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rarat branch of the Victorian Police Blue Ribbon Foundation will turn its attention from motorbikes and leathers to black ties and frocks as it prepares for its gala Night of Nights ball later this year.

With the dust hardly settled after one of the most successful Grampians Ride to Remember tours in years, Ararat branch members have now turned their attention to the May 31 ball. Ararat Branch spokesperson Dianne Radford, still absorbing the success of the Grampians Ride which involved more than 300 riders and pillions from across the state raising more than $8000 for East Grampians Health Service, said the plan was to continue momentum. She said the focus had quickly turned on the popular gala Night of Nights which was on the last Friday night in May every year and was usually booked out ‘very’ early.

LEATHER TO LACE: Victorian Police Blue Ribbon Foundation Ararat branch will switch focus from a motorcycle Grampians tour to a gala ball as it continues to raise money for Ararat hospital. Young ambassador Jess Baird and sub-committee member Noel Baird are pictured during the cross-over. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

“Branch members will be keen to make this event another great social and successful occasion for Ararat. Importantly the branch will be aiming to raise the $30,000 target that each year the event has been able to achieve,” she said.

“We can pretty much guarantee that table bookings will be snapped up quickly. Every year more than 300 guests come out in their finery, some attending every year. Pleasingly, over the last couple of years the younger brigade has taken up the cause.

Ms Radford said the Grampians Ride to Remember’s success was the result of hard work from a sub-committee, volunteers, police and the community. “The success of the Grampians Ride has provided a significant launching pad for the Ararat branch’s 2013 money-raising activities and now we are looking forward to putting together a great gala Night of

Nights,” she said.

“With Victoria Police band Code One returning to Ararat again due to popular demand, and with the search already underway to attract the best items for the gala auctions, it is sure to be a night full of fun, frivolity with fabulous dancing in Ararat.” The 300 tickets that will be up for grabs

for the ball will be available from March 4. The Ararat branch is inviting past and potential ‘table captains’ to get in touch to confirm tables of 10 or 12, and to get in early. Individual tickets will be $65. The Grampians Ride to Remember, in memorial of police officers killed in the line of duty while raising money for Ararat hospital, will be a tough act to follow. The ride has established a strong partnership with Victoria Police, particularly Ararat district officers, Ararat Rural City Council and volunteers.

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Wimmera movie enthusiasts will have an opportunity to meet the director and one of the stars of new Australian comedy Reverse Runner this weekend. Joint director and producer Jarrod Theodore, who collaborated with Lachlan Ryan

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he Weekly Advertiser and radio stations 3WM and MIXX FM have thrown support behind a moneyraising effort to help an Ararat family meet medical costs for two critically ill children. The newspaper and radio stations, through owners Rowly and Judy Paterson of Willaura, have joined an Ararat district push which will culminate with a community family fun day at Ararat’s Alexandra Oval this Sunday.

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provide support. These children are amazing. Tayla is so active you wouldn’t know she was sick. But behind the scenes is a serious management issue. The care needed to look after them is extremely time-consuming and it all costs money. “We’re talking about an incurable illness and a family trying to manage the many processes needed to provide the best life possible for their children.” People keen to attend the family fun day will pay $5 at the gate at Alexandra Oval and provide gold-coin donations for activities.

Positive signs for catfish project The offspring of tough Wimmera River catfish are likely to enter waterways across northern Victoria next year as a project to develop a new recreational fishery involving the species gains momentum. Trials in NSW have shown eel-tailed catfish collected from the Wimmera River, many from Horsham’s annual Labour Day weekend fishing contest, are proving top breeders and paving the way for a mass reintroduction of the fish. Catfish have become relatively rare in their natural Murray-Darling range and are fully protected everywhere except the Wimmera River where the fish have thrived after introduction many years ago. Native Fish Australia Wimmera branch is leading a $140,000 three-year breeding and research plan with the aim of developing the species as a high-value angling fish. Through a widespread release program using money from recreational angling licences it also aims to safeguard the species for the future. Branch president Bruce McInnis said 20 brood stock from the Wimmera had flourished at Silverwater Native Fish hatchery at Grong Grong, NSW, and offspring in breeding trials had gone from larvae to fingerling stage. “The fish have put on a lot of weight during a holding period over winter and all have sur-

vived. We’re now confident that next summer there will be a production run and we will have fingerlings to stock waters across northern Victoria,” he said. “The majority of the fish, among 80 individual samples involved in the project, came from the Horsham fishing contest and Horsham Angling Club twilight competitions. Based on studies, they are of a particularly resilient and robust genetic strain. “There will be genetic screening during the next month to help establish what parent fish to use for the overall program. We’re on target for a release of fingerlings in autumn, 2014.” The three-year breeding and research plan through the Department of Sustainability and Environment’s Arthur Rylah Institute has relied heavily on the Horsham fishing contest’s catch and release formula. Mr McInnis said he would again be collecting catfish from this year’s competition as back-up for the breeding program. • Eel-tailed catfish are perfectly adapted to Australia’s inland boom and bust waterways, capable of surviving in conditions where many other fish species struggle. It is a bottom-feeding species that builds nests for its offspring and anecdotal evidence suggests it might be an ally in the fight against noxious carp.

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drug scandal that has rocked the AFL in the past fortnight is a timely reminder of how closely we as a society should keep tabs on ourselves. Humans are clever animals constantly learning how the world, the universe and importantly the human body ticks and adapting this knowledge to find ways of improving circumstance. The drug scandal is perhaps

a perfect example of how this wonderful desire to learn and expand our knowhow can mix with another human desire to gain an edge, by foul means or fair, and go terribly awry. While we have only charted a small part of understanding everything about the human body, we have never known as much as we do today. In our craving for self-improvement or satisfaction to gain that critical edge, driven by whatever motivation, we know how to increase, suppress, stimulate, grow and improve, in many cases, by doing

little more than popping a pill or swigging a drink. Many authorities, across the spectrum of society including sporting bodies, are confident they know where to draw the line when it comes to understanding what’s good, what’s bad, what’s harmless or innocuous, what’s profound, what is natural or artificial, what is cheating and what is good for simple body management. But some of us aren’t so confident. It used to be, and still is in many households, as taboo for children to join mum and dad for a coffee as it YUM: Horsham Holy Trinity Lutheran School’s Amarni Scollary, left, and Macey Kalms tuck into pancakes to help with Wimmera Uniting Care’s annual fund-raising Pancake Day. The school had counted more than $200 and expected more money to filter in from the fund-raiser by the end of the week. Wimmera Uniting Care’s Pancake Day raises money for disadvantaged children, youth development and families. Picture: SUE STARBUCK

YOUR SAY Health spending SIR,- It is time the record was set straight about Julia Gillard’s cuts to health spending. The facts are clear. The Gillard Labor Government is ripping $107 million out of Victorian health system this year, including more than $1.2-million from western Victoria. For some bizarre reason, known only to Julia Gillard and her budget razor gang, Federal Labor is blaming the State Government for this. The truth is the Baillieu Coalition Government has made savings and put these savings back into health and we have actually increased health spending. This year the health budget is $1.3-billion more than the last year of the previous Labor State Government.

$600,000, Edenhope and District Memorial Hospital $45,000 and West Wimmera Health Service $165,000. Ultimately it is the patients who will suffer with longer waiting times for elective surgery or the closure of beds and wards and it might even lead to job losses. The Federal Government cuts includes $40 million which has been long spent by Victoria’s hospitals from the 2011-12 year and a further $67 million from hospital budgets statewide which have already been set and signed off for the current financial year – which is half gone.

Sadly local health services have been severely affected by Julia Gillard’s heartless cuts.

I join with my federal colleagues John Forrest and Dan Tehan in calling on Federal Health Minister Tanya Plibersek to visit to the Lowan electorate to see first-hand the damage her and Julia Gillard’s funding cuts are having on our local health services.

Casterton Memorial Hospital will lose $46,000, Western District Health Service $430,000, Wimmera Health Care Group

Hugh Delahunty, Member for Lowan, Minister for Sport and Recreation and Veterans’ Affairs

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was to have alcohol. Yet now caffeine-loaded drinks are free for all and sundry. We know it’s a stimulant – is it a drug?

What is a drug? During the media frenzy that followed revelations last week there was a predictable public outcry to crush drugs in sport. But these days, what’s a drug in sport? Is it an illicit opiate such as heroin, steroid hormones such as cortisone or testosterone and what about synthetic vitamins delivered intravenously? Is it a hit of nicotine, now through a patch instead of a cigarette; is it a

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many years ago in response to a Chinese swim-team scandal: ‘The drugs-in-sport issue is a minefield’.

Importantly, apart from professionals, do copy-cat kids and amateurs from mainstream society fully understand what is or isn’t appropriate?

Of the many experts subject to interview on the issue highprofile football media medico Dr Peter Larkins provided the heartening response: “What’s wrong with good nutrition?”

Of course, this seemingly grey area in such a passionate and financially driven part of society, leaves the door swinging freely for the entry of the criminal element.

We’ve come a long way from the days when the simple formula to being able to stay fit, healthy and reaching your potential was to stick to ‘meat and three vege’.

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There might still be something in that old message.

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The Wimmera’s Flowing Tale

PART FOUR The Wimmera’s Flowing Tale is an initiative of Wimmera Catchment Management Authority, working to protect the values of the Wimmera River for the benefit of the entire community.

…going with the flow

All dried up, Wimmera River early 2009 old Horsham weir site by David Fletcher

Families flock to the Wimmera River when water returns. David Fletcher took this photo of people enjoying the river at Dimboola in 2009.

When water returned in late 2009 to parts of the river that had been dry for up to five years the environment and community celebrated. There was more cause for celebration when contractors laid the final pipe in the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline Project on March 30, 2010.

The return of water lifted community spirits and saw an environment that had been declared ‘dead’ in some areas return to life. We all hoped the corner had been turned although we recognised there was still plenty of work to be done.

Looking back to 2010 “We were slowly watching our town die. When we got rain and the water it was if everyone had suddenly won the raffle. Everyone was happy for everyone else. Having water come down the river has provided the town with the biggest anti-depressant imaginable. It’s fantastic. Talk to anyone in Dimmy. It doesn’t matter where they live they all claim they own the river.” Col LeBlanc, Wimmera Bakery owner, Dimboola

Zombie trees return to life

With poor quality or no water, majestic trees that had lined the banks of the river for hundreds of years shrivelled up. Surveys around Jeparit in the late 2000s noted that all redgum trees in one survey area were dead. After water returned to the lower reaches of the Wimmera River surveys discovered a handful of these trees had come back to life! Affectionately coined ‘zombie trees’, they continue to live - although they will need ongoing fresh water and improved land management practices to survive. Life-giving water back in the Wimmera River system near Horsham. Photo by David Fletcher

Environmental water fast facts

• The volume and timing of regulated environmental water releases are informed by expert scientific knowledge and monitoring. • Just like a healthy diet requires a variety of foods, a healthy river requires a variety of flows. • Flows during summer and autumn are much less than during winter and spring but these flows are important to dilute salinity and black water pools to improve water quality.

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•In winter and spring much larger volumes are critical to enable fish and platypus to move between habitats as well as flushing salt downstream. • The largest flows typically are provided in bursts of several days to weeks. Due to the increased flow heights and velocities, they help increase the diversity of vegetation on banks and scour out sediment from pools. • Periods of no flow are vital as well given the fact that Wimmera waterways are ephemeral. However, long periods of no flow lead to issues with water quality and vegetation encroaching into the river channel.

Next week: The Wimmera River’s ‘Big Break’

Looking forward to 2022 The reputation of the Wimmera River as a recreational paradise is known far and wide. Its location roughly halfway between Adelaide and Melbourne means that large numbers of people are drawn to the river to camp and fish along its banks and enjoy the natural scenery on offer. There is also a packed calendar of river-based major events including regattas, festivals, water skiing and fishing competitions. In 2022 people come from far and wide to compete when the Dimboola Rowing Club hosts its 135th Annual Rowing Regatta.


Hotrod pin-ups set to rev up Halls Gap run

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alls Gap will again step back in time this weekend as more than 400 hotrod enthusiasts in about 150 hotrod and custom vehicles make their seventh annual pilgrimage to the tourist hamlet.

The Old Skool Hotrod Run will feature a variety of ‘hotted up’ pre-1966 vehicles during the weekend as well as an inaugural ‘Miss Old Skool’ pin-up competition in Halls Gap’s Centenary Hall on Saturday featuring Horsham’s own ‘Miss Ruby Rabbit’. 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 town rebuild after extensive damage from heavy rain and flooding two years ago. 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.

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READY TO RUN: Pin-ups Sanae Smith, left, and ‘Ruby Rabbit’ pose with a hotrod in preparation for a the Old Skool Hotrod run at Halls Gap.  Picture: LUKE HOBBS

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Enthusiasts will start arriving from all corners of Victoria and interstate tomorrow before sharing a meal while listening to live music and taking part in part in a goods auction at the hall. Saturday activities will start with breakfast before a hotrod observation cruise to the Mount William Car Park and a visit to Halls Gap Hotel for a sitdown meal which will also provide enthusiasts with an impromptu car show. The afternoon will start with the pin-up competition at the hall while other enthusiasts

drive their cars in and around Halls Gap as they visit the many shops and attractions on offer or simply relax in the town’s shopping centre and community pool.

Show and shine The hotrodders and their families will then visit the various dining places in the town and relax afterwards at an outdoor social event. After breakfast on Sunday, car owners and drivers will assemble their vehicles at the northern end of the Halls Gap Caravan Park for a show and

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Entry to the show will be via gold coin with profits to go to a local charity. Club president Craig Hobbs said it was important the public made the effort to get to Halls Gap to support the district 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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fleet of concept firefighting vehicles have hit the road in the Grampians to be tested out in local terrain.

“We need to make sure our vehicle can safely go where DSE firefighters need to work”

Minister for Environment and Climate Change Ryan Smith said the Grampians was the third stop as the eight vehicles were put to the test at locations across the state as part of the Department of Sustainability and Environment’s expanded firefighting fleet. To date the concept vehicles have been tested in varying terrain around Broadford, Bendigo and Mildura as part of an extensive trial to test their suitability for DSE’s planned burning and firefighting needs. “DSE and Parks Victoria members from Horsham, Edenhope, Cavendish and Halls Gap are trialing them around the Grampians, giving the crews a chance to test them out,” Mr

Environment minister Ryan Smith features of the new concept vehicles. DSE Fire Tanker Review project officer Andrew Gosden said a lot of work had gone into developing the concept vehicles including discussions with around 200 people and visits to 12 work centres with staff from 57 depots. HITTING THE ROAD: Department of Sustainability and Environment’s expanded firefighting fleet is being tested in the Grampians.

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the world,” Mr Smith said.

“We need to make sure our vehicles can safely go where DSE firefighters need to work, which is in some of the most fire-prone bush and forests in

Mr Smith praised the work of the DSE’s technical staff saying advances in crew safety and ease of firefighting operations were among the key

The fire’s miles away.

It could be here in minutes.

“Some of the improvements that have been incorporated in the fleet include increased crew protection from fire or falling trees; innovative emergency lighting systems; easier to use hose reels; different water pump configurations such as high pressure and low volume; and GPS mapping

and tracking,” Mr Gosden said.

“Ergonomics and how different colours can be used to enhance crew safety in low visibility situations also figured heavily in the development of the vehicles.” The fleet of concept vehicles is made up of two new designs for ultra-light tankers based on a Toyota Landcruiser, another ultra-light tanker based on a Mercedes G Wagen, a retrofitted heavy tanker and three new light tanker concepts based on an Isuzu NPS 300. The vehicles have been developed after extensive consultation and testing including trials of inter-state vehicles in various environments. Over the coming months the fleet of concept vehicles will tour the state and be put through their paces in difficult terrain to help in firefighting and planned burns.

Parliamentarians remember fires Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty took part in a minute’s silence in State Parliament last week as a mark of respect to victims of the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires.

no loss of life, but Mr John Smeets suffered extensive burns in the Coleraine fires. We did, however, lose houses, property, livestock, machinery, sheds and many kilometres of fencing.” Mr Delahunty, who wore a yellow tie while all MPs wore yellow ribbons as part of the observance, said Victoria was again experiencing a dry period and ‘extremely’ high fire danger.

February 7 marked the fourth anniversary of the fires that devastated parts of Victoria.

If you’re in two minds, leave early.

“This was an opportunity for all members of all parties to pause to remember and reflect on those who lost lives or who have been affected by the tragedy of Black Saturday,” Mr Delahunty said.

involved in fighting the fires on that dreadful time in Victoria’s history.

The best way to prepare for this fire season is to stay informed and plan to leave early, before you see smoke or fire.

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With fires still smouldering in southwest and eastern Victoria and Queensland counting the cost of another season of severe flooding, a local insurance brokerage has recommended clients urgently review their insurance cover. Grampians Insurance Brokers director David Hosking said farmers and citydwellers alike should check carefully to ensure they were appropriately covered in the event of flood or fire. “Too often, we see cases where people either aren’t aware that they’re not adequately covered or they try to cut

“I ask everyone to be vigilant during the hot weather and in light of this I am supporting the CFA Volunteers’ Fire Safety Starts With You Campaign,” Mr Delahunty said.

corners to save a few dollars on their policies, only to be caught out when disaster strikes,” Mr Hosking said. “Just recently we had a farmer who, against our advice, removed fencing from his fire policy to save a minimal amount on his monthly premium. “Three weeks later he lost over 10 kilometres of fencing in the Victorian fires.” “This was absolutely devastating for him and his family, which now has to come up with thousands of dollars for the replacement fencing.”


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multi-million-dollar project at Longerenong College promises to consolidate the Wimmera’s international reputation as one of the leading broadacre food-production regions in the world.

“It will certainly put Horsham on the map from a global breeding point of view. Horsham and the Wimmera will be a focal point in moving forward. It will create jobs and opportunities,” he said. State Government ministers Peter Hall, Peter Walsh and Hugh Delahunty will join Bayer CropScience and Longerenong officials for today’s ceremony which also represents a milestone in a partnership between a global company and the agricultural college. Mr Hall said investing in an agricultural campus was

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Construction of a $14-million Bayer CropScience wheat and oilseed breeding centre, which starts with a sod-turning ceremony today, is set to also put the region on the global seed-breeding map. Bayer CropScience Seeds general manager Rob Hall said the project, one of seven centres the company was establishing around the world, would develop Horsham and the region as a critical link in worldwide crop-breeding programs.

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GOING GLOBAL: Bayer CropScience Seeds general manager Rob Hall with WorkCo chief Executive John Ackland at Longerenong College, the site of the $14-million seed-breeding centre. Picture: DEAN LAWSON

a positive and important part of establishing the breeding centre. “Attracting students into agriculture is challenging. We’re certainly interested as a company to stand behind the college and to encourage people to come and work in the industry which is an important part of Australian economy,” he said. “We haven’t made any concrete plans, but we are looking forward to creating ways of interacting with students and in the future to access the talent pipeline they will fill.

They will also be able to have a good look at our company. I think it will be a natural symbiotic relationship.”

Global Construction of the breeding centre is likely to take 12 months and be fully operational by early next year. Its operation will be part of an international process and involve global interaction and sharing of information. “As a company we are driven by mega challenges that population growth and our ability to feed people globally

is presenting,” Mr Hall said. “With a lack of arable land available to do this we’re looking at trends and to the future to develop cereal and oilseed varieties to close the productivity gaps in future.” The State Government is providing $1.24-million to upgrade college roads to the centre and Horsham Rural City Council $100,000 to the project overall. Water security provided by the Wimmera Mallee Pipeline provided a catalyst for Bayer CropScience choosing Longerenong for the project.

Lifestyle lures physio back to Nhill Emma Smith is West Wimmera Health Service’s new physiotherapist. Ms Smith, who grew up in Nhill, completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at University of South Australia in Adelaide and has previously worked at Flinders Medical Centre as a physiotherapy assistant. “I loved my time in Adelaide, however I wanted a taste of all the different facets of physiotherapy and thought a rural job was for me,” she said. “I really valued my time growing up in Nhill and loved coming home on weekends.

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HALLS GAP ZOO NEWS Animal Action The Alpaca’s have had their annual shearing much to the delight of the onlookers who were here on the day. The joeys are now spending the majority of their time out of mum’s pouch and you have to look carefully at the Cape Barren Geese to distinguish the young.

Fantastic Holiday Season

“I decided that if I was going to give up my friends in Adelaide and the benefits of living in the city, that I would come back to my family and friends in Nhill. I am very excited to get involved in the community again.”

These holidays were extremely busy with visits to Libraries and Caravan Parks and lots of people enjoying a day at the zoo. We also had people taking advantage of our “Keeper for a Day” program.

Ms Smith’s interests include sport, water sport, reading, shopping, food, holidays and spending time with family and friends.

This month we would like to thank J B Camerons and Halls Gap Lakeside Tourist Park for coming on board to help us get the TV advertisement out there.

She said she had heard ‘great things’ about West Wimmera Health Service and was enjoying her role.

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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 soundshell from Saturday March 2, 2013 at 9am 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.

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Gersch returns to council helm

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indmarsh Shire Council mayor Rob Gersch is the new chairman of Rural Councils Victoria, representing 38 rural councils across the state.

Cr Gersch, also a businessman, has been a Hindmarsh councillor for 28 years, a RCV committee member for many years and has a lifelong involvement in community affairs.

Two years ago, in a previous role as RCV chairman, he led an effort which secured a $3.3-million Networked Rural Councils Program funding which will end on June 30, 2015.

“Many rural issues still need to be addressed and we have funding to help us achieve some real outcomes,” he said. “The RCV role is very focused on economic development for rural councils and communities and on working with the other two levels of government to achieve outcomes we could not address alone. “This financial year RCV has already delivered seven projects with a further 14 projects

mobilised and scheduled for delivery by July. The project areas cover governance and advocacy; networking and information sharing; policy and research; training and capacity building and population attraction and retention. “It’s a busy schedule and I look forward to working with the committee and the 38 member councils to ensure these programs assist their rural economic development efforts.” Rural Councils Victoria provides resources, information, data and advocacy services on and for Victoria’s rural councils.

grounds of risk to public safety, through the court. This occurred after Mr Rintel failed to comply with the Order or appeal the Order to the Building Commission.

The council, in a prepared statement from chief executive Dean Miller, said Horsham Magistrate’s Court had given Dimboola Hotel owner Paul Rintel until April 30 to make the building safe. The demand came after the court fined Mr Rintel $5000 for failing to comply with a council Building Order and ordered him to pay $22,000 in costs.

The council also outlined in the statement how the council last year gave Mr Rintel a Notice of Determination to issue a planning permit for the redevelopment of the hotel. It added that the Court additionally ordered Mr Rintel to ‘substantially’ start redevelopment by December 31, 2013. Mr Miller described the developments as fantastic. “This is because it vindicates council’s actions in relation to this matter over a long period of time,” he said. “Mr Rintel has been given a very clear direction by the Court to protect the public

by making the building safe and to redevelop the hotel,” he said. “Mr Rintel has on numerous occasions made public statements about his intentions to redevelop the hotel and now he has a legal obligation to do so. “Council has worked extremely hard behind the scenes to get to this point and due to legal reasons we have not been allowed to comment publicly on the details. “This is great news for the people of Dimboola and should put to rest once and for all any misapprehensions that council has done nothing about it. “This now provides some certainty in relation to the site which is the centrepiece of Lloyd Street.”

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tumes. The show recreates the triumphs of these great sopranos’ stellar careers and provides glimpses into their complex personal lives.

O’Toole will perform ‘The Girls from Oz’ at Wesley Performing Arts Centre at 11am on Wednesday, providing lovers of Australia’s greatest female vocalists with a taste of ‘glorious melodies’.

Moncrieff, Joan Sutherland, and June Bronhill.

The performance includes some of the most popular and well-known opera, operetta and musical highlights of the 19th and 20th centuries – La Boheme, La Traviata, The Sound of Music, Velia from The Merry Widow, Love Will Find a Way from Maid of the Mountains, and many more.

The show is fast-paced and dynamic and past eras come to life in a cavalcade of songs, stories and glamorous cos-

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Hindmarsh Shire Council is confident a drawn-out process to resolve issues involving a derelict hotel in Dimboola’s main street has taken ‘a progressive step’.

The council detailed in the statement that it had a legal obligation to enforce an Order to demolish the building, on

Singer Jane O’Toole is set to provide a Horsham audience with a performance that provided the foundation of a hugely successful series of shows in 2012.

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Hope for hotel resolution

Dimboola Hotel has been derelict for almost 10 years after fire gutted the building in October, 2003.

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Girls from Oz in Horsham next week

The Girls from Oz show is on tour throughout regional Victoria and SA, paying homage to some of Australia’s most shining musical stars such as Nellie Melba, Gladys

Cr Gersch has been on the organisation’s executive committee since it became a funded body for program delivery in 2006 and was a key protagonist in securing money for rural councils in the $1.8-million Small Towns Victoria Program which ended in 2010.

Cr Gersch said he was pleased to take on the role again.

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Bush Balladeers

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Country Music Spectacular 1:00pm - 10:00pm Admission $24 Horsham Soundshell ($18 after 6.30pm)

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Gerang Gerung primed for St Patrick’s market

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uccess of an inaugural Hand-made Craft and Produce Market at Gerang Gerung late last year has prompted organisers to plan a follow-up St Patrick’s Day Market next month.

Gerang Hall committee is also planning for another November market this year. The St Patrick’s Day Sunday market on March 17 will run from 10am to 2pm. Gerang Hall committee secretary Dannielle Williams said community excitement was building after a ‘fantastic’ community response to the group’s landmark November market last year. “We have a number of last year’s stallholders coming back and quite a few new ones. We have already also taken a number of bookings for our November market already,” she said. “We are still accepting applications and strongly encourage anyone who bakes, grows or makes something at home to come along and share their talents with the community. “We currently have the following produce; breads, doughnuts, preserves, kids clothes, wood and soft toys, hair accesso-

MARKET FUN: Children get into activities during Gerang Gerung’s inaugural market last year. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

ries, hats, bags, bibs, jewellery, quilts, quilting materials, teas and coffee, photography, macaroons, cards, cushions, nuts, salamis, honey, olive oil, recycled wooden furniture, plants and lots more.” Ms Williams said the March market promised to be another great family day out. “There will be entertainment with Dimboola-Nhill band playing and Irish dancing from the

Horsham School of Dance. To keep the kids occupied there will be a petting zoo, face painting and plaster-mould painting. A raffle to raise money for Gerang Memorial Hall which will be drawn at 1.30pm,” she said. The St Patrick’s Day Market will have an Irish and green theme for the day and organisers are encouraging children to dress up to be in with a chance to win prizes. Boys can dress up as leprechauns and girls as fairies.

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There will be an egg and bacon barbecue breakfast, barbecue food throughout the day and other food such as sandwiches, gluten-free cupcakes and Devonshire teas available. Ms Williams said people could find out more from a Facebook page and hitting ‘like’ to keep updated with what will be happening on the day. They could also go to website, www.facebook.com/GerangGerungMarket.

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By Melissa Pouliot, as part of ‘The Flowing Tale, a Wimmera Catchment Management Authority series raising awareness of a need for Wimmera River Health.

hen Wayne Skinner and a mate picked a fishing spot on the Wimmera River near the Wimmera gold-rush settlement of Stawell, little did they realise they were about to strike ‘gold’.

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Their gold of a different kind was a shy and elusive platypus casually swimming downstream.

Wayne said the last thing the pair was expecting was to see a platypus because sightings in the Wimmera River had become rare. At first they thought it was a water rat but as it swam closer they realised it was a platypus. Wayne said they excitedly followed the creature downstream before thinking of his iPhone which he promptly turned onto video and started filming. “In hindsight I wish I had taken a few still photos or tried to track him down a bit further and filmed him for longer,” Wayne said. “I didn’t fully realise the importance of it at the time. It was so unexpected and we’ll probably never see him again now - even if we keep going back to that spot.” Wayne said it was his first sighting of a platypus in the Wimmera River. His mate had seen one in Mt William Creek near Pomonal, a major tributary of the Wimmera River, but that was 30 years ago. “It was just one of those

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• Wayne Skinner’s platypus footage is on the Project Platypus Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/ Project-Platypus-Upper-Wimmera-Landcare/220102271351064

Not gold of the sparkling variety or gold of the large-fish variety, but gold nonetheless.

The time was mid-morning which made the sighting even more unusual. Platypuses are rarely seen during the day. They are more likely to be spotted during early morning or late evening.

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GOLDEN FIND: CESAR platypus researcher Josh Griffiths with a platypus captured during autumn 2012 surveys in the MacKenzie River, a major tributary of the Wimmera River and important refuge for platypus. Right, Josh Griffiths measures a platypus bill during autumn 2012 surveys that found two males and one female in the MacKenzie River.

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The fishing mates were in the Greens Creek area northeast of Stawell when they made the discovery.

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chances in a million where we were at the right place at the right time,” he said. “You hear of people seeing them in the Wimmera River but it’s not very often they’ve got a photo or film footage to back it up. So we were very lucky to be able to record it and show other people.”

Surveys Since 2008, Melbournebased wildlife ecologists from CESAR, the Centre for Environmental Stress and Adaptation Research, have been surveying for platypus on behalf of Wimmera Catchment Management Authority. Surveys in 2008 identified what at the time was believed to be the last remaining population of platypus in one of the Wimmera River’s major tributaries, the MacKenzie River. The MacKenzie River is the region’s most important refuge for platypus because of habitat and water quality. Researchers are continuing to track the survival of this small, valuable population which endured destructive flooding of its habitat in January 2011. The population has persisted, and during CESAR’S most recent surveys in autumn 2012, they found two males and one female. Wimmera

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“Female platypuses don’t breed until at least four years old so with low numbers present it can take some time for a population size to increase. But all three platypuses from these surveys were in aboveaverage condition which indicates there is plenty of food around for them.”

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Mr Toomey said the ongoing regulated environmental water releases aimed to mimic parts of a natural-flow regime by varying releases of high and low flows as well as ceasing flow. “This diversity of flow encourages diversity and abundance of aquatic life such as macroinvertebrates, or bugs, that are the staple diet of the platypus,” he said.

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Simply Helping provides a dayto-day service to help people with everything from housekeeping to personal hygiene. It is expanding to employ these additional staff across western Victoria to meet the changing circumstances and new challenges across the region. South West Simply Helping franchise owner Keith Batson said the

business decided to take the challenge head on by recruiting more staff. “We can’t forget that the ageing population in rural communities is constantly growing,” Mr Batson said. “This means organisations such as ours need to be ready to step up to meet demand.

“Therefore we try to keep a close eye on developments so we can stay in front of circumstances.”

Essential Mr Batson has operated the Simply Helping franchise since July 1 last year. Simply Helping has been operating since 1998. Mr Batson said the home-care in-

GET IN EARLY - ORDER TODAY! Cotton On tops chart Horsham Plaza’s Cotton On store has topped the rankings for the national retail chain for November and December.

sales for shopping bags and bottles of water with money going to a village in Africa that Cotton On supports.

The store had the highest increase in sales in the region on last years’ results for December, had a 100 percent satisfaction result for a January Mystery Shopper process and had the best stocktake result in the region.

Despite being based in a regional centre and up against busy metropolitan stores, it pipped 650 Cotton On outlets throughout the country. Store manager Rochelle Sullivan, in the position for 18 months, said the accolade was an amazing achievement for such a small country store so far away from Melbourne.

Cotton On area manager Laura Cooper said the team at Cotton On Horsham had come a long way in the past year.

“This achievement is a combined effort from a great team of 11 fulltime, part-time and casual staff,” she said.

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“Rochelle has done a fantastic job to train her staff and create a happy working environment for the team,” she said. 

Throughout November, December and January, Cotton On Horsham ranked number one in the country for Loss Prevention report ‘Fraud Watch’ where store is scored on its loss-prevention processes.

Horsham Plaza centre manager Allison Roberts said it was great that the national chain had recognised the efforts from staff, and the strong leadership from Rochelle Sullivan. “Cotton On is setting the pace. Well done Cotton On Horsham,” Mrs Roberts said.

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dustry often worked quietly ‘in the background’ where it provided essential services. “You might live next door to an elderly person who requires specialist day-to-day care. “That’s where our industry is stepping in, and in an increasing way,” he said.

Speaking workshops A response to a regional survey of leadership graduates from the last 11 years has led to Leadership Wimmera Alumni organising public speaking and presentation training. Leadership Wimmera’s Robyn Lardner said the survey had identified that business and community people were seeking ways to improve publicspeaking skills. “People are seeking to improve their skills in public speaking and build confidence in presenting to small groups and public meetings,” she said. “Leadership Wimmera is sponsoring regional training in public speaking and presentation.” Workshops are available to Leadership Wimmera Alumni as well as interested business and community members. Mrs Lardner said the workshops would include practical tips on how to prepare presentations and overcome nerves to deliver interesting and informative presentations for work and community functions. After the workshops, an informal dinner will provide practical opportunities to test new skills. The Presenting Your Socks Off workshops will be on May 6 and 7 from 10am to 5pm at Wimmera Business Centre. Tickets are available through Leadership Wimmera on 5381 6507 or sboddi@wda.org.au.

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Owning pets delivers many health benefits

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Pets provide common ground between people, and also opportunities to join organised activities such as obedience clubs and dog-walking groups. While there have been limited scientific studies in this area, and some results have been mixed, there is certainly some medical evidence to back up the health benefits that animal lovers have long believed.

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his week I had a lovely visit from one of my favorite patients. Her name is Bonnie, and she’s a gorgeous young black Labrador who loves to come to the clinic and always has a tail wag for the vets and nurses. Bonnie comes to us regularly for health checks, not because she is unwell, but as part of her training as a future seeing-eye dog for a vision-impaired person. Dogs such as Bonnie have long had a specific, recognised role in improving quality of life and health for people with disabilities. It might well be, however, that our trusty pet dogs, cats and even goldfish do a similar, if less obvious job, by providing health benefits to their owners. Many pet owners have long believed this to be true. Dog owners in particular, are familiar with the physical benefits that result from caring for their pets because regular walking and play with their canine friends leads to increased physical activity and ultimately a positive impact on cardiovascular fitness and issues associated with obesity. However, other pets can be beneficial to

HEALTH BENEFITS: Regular walking and play with pets leads to increased physical activity for animal owners. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

our physical health too such as activities such as stroking a cat or watching fish in an aquarium can help alleviate stress and lower blood pressure. The psychological and social impact of pet ownership might be less tangible, but just as important. Pets can provide companionship and support, helping to alleviate loneliness, isolation and depression.

Benefits Animals can also help elderly people or even adults cope with periods of stress and change, and might have a role to play in the emotional and social development of children. Pets can also be a means for facilitating social interaction – anyone who has ever taken a dog to a park will know how easy it is to strike up a conversation with a fellow dog owner.

Dr Christie Rodda, a GP at Beechworth Surgery, agreed and said: “There is evidence from some studies to suggest pet owners are less likely to suffer from stress, anxiety and depression, and that pet ownership may be associated with improved cardiovascular health, particularly lower blood pressure.  Dog owners are also more likely to be physically active than non-dog owners.”

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Dr Rodda emphasised, however, that any person considering bringing a pet into their family for health reasons should discuss the implications of their plans with both their doctor and their vet before making a firm decision. Not everyone will be able to fit a pet into their lifestyle, with limitations of costs, space or time making pet ownership impracticable for many people. These people need not miss out, however, as volunteering at a shelter like Animal Aid in order to spend some time with some needy animals, can have a positive an impact on health and quality of life for people and animals alike. • Dr Vogt is senior veterinarian at Animal Aid in Melbourne. Visit www. animalaid.org.au for more information.

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Then begins the denial phase with the camouflage game of hiding the extra bulges, burning money on an entire new wardrobe to drown one’s misery in; even resorting to the alleged leverage of highheeled torture to offset the horizontal spread. But just when we think we are ahead of the game, we realise we have fooled none but ourselves. There is always someone out there to get us, breaking the sacred code of sisterhood and uttering the words we least want to hear ‘oh have you put on weight?’ What do we do then, we don’t kill the messenger, do we – as much as we are tempted to for bursting our bubble? If you are anything like me with an aversion to workouts, I guess the battle against the bulges starts through food. Scouring the net for the perfect diet is easier said than done, especially when one ends up getting lost in the abundant maze of information out there. There was a time when I used to look with disdain at gym junkies, especially when they said no to delectable rich food treats. But now I salute their steadfast loyalty towards discipline, an alien concept however to a sweet-tooth like me. Even after cutting down my patronage of the fast-food restaurants and converting

So with the diet games not yielding the results I want, I find myself left with few alternatives. I do not want to go through the oft-repeated path of signing up for gym memberships and giving up after two or three weeks. In fact the family now staunchly believes that the only slimming that happens is to my wallet and not to me when I go on a gym-spree. Walking, swimming, biking - all seems to be short-lived options given my abhorrence of the slightest wind or chilly weather and above all, not being a morning person. So when a friend organised hip-hop classes for women with the Horsham School of Dance, I decided to try it out already convinced that it was one of my short-lived ventures. However after eight weeks, I am still going strong and it looks like when you do something you like, you stand a better chance at lasting. So even in the battle of the bulges, there is no one size that fits all - instead the trick is finding out what works best for you. No magic overnight cure for the bulges yet, however I am breaking out of my sedentary lifestyle and very proud of the baby steps I am continuing to take while enjoying an opportunity to dance and bond with my girl at the same time. Perhaps someday when I get on the workout bandwagon, I might not find it as daunting as I do now.

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Inexpensive will kits are available, but it’s not too costly to have these important documents properly drafted, executed and stored by a solicitor. Put your trust in a trust You can also use your will to set up a testamentary trust. This is a type of legal arrangement which is set up by the appropriate wording in a will and becomes operational upon the will maker’s death. These trusts offer flexibility regarding the distribution of income and assets, and the structure can provide tax advantages too. Testamentary trust structures are most commonly used to protect the interests

The traditional concept of a ‘family’ was once ‘Mum, Dad and 2.4 kids’. This ‘traditional’ view has been completely turned on its head with single-parent families, same-sex parents and blended families, to name a few.

Child-allocated pensions These can be quite a tax-effective way for a child to inherit a parent’s superannuation and any linked life insurance. To make sure that a child pension can be activated when it’s needed, the superannuation fund needs to have already noted the child as a beneficiary to their parent’s account. As not all superannuation funds provide this option, it pays to seek advice in this area. Although this is an unpopular topic, it is crucial to protect your assets and care for your beneficiaries after you’ve moved on. Talk to your financial adviser today to make sure your next generation handles your wealth as per your wishes. • Robert Goudie is an authorised representative of Meritum Financial Group Pty Ltd AFSL 245569.

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6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven 6:00 Today [s] 9:00 Morning Summers Series (PG) 11:00 6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 ET [s] Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Mystery News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The 8:00 OMG! The Insider [s] 8:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Woman: In The Shadows” (M v) (’07) Stars: Kellie Martin View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 News Now Encore 9:00 Judge Judy 9:30 Everyday Gourmet With Jus2:00 Dr Oz: Breakthrough Fixes For Every Woman (PG) [s] 4:00 Alive & Cooking 4:30 National Afternoon News tine Schofield 10:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef10:30 Lorraine [s] 3:00 Minute To Win It (PG) 4:00 The Zoo [s] 4:30 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 The WIN News Hour [s] 7:00 The Pascale: Home Cooking Made Easy 11:00 Bondi Vet (PG Seven News At 4.30 [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] a) [s] 11:30 Bondi Rescue (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) Block: All Stars 8:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 6:00 Seven News [s] 8:30 Movie: “How Do You Know” (M s,l) – After being [s] 1:00 The Doctors 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 6:30 Today Tonight [s] cut from the USA softball team and feeling a bit past 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 7:00 Home & Away (PG v) – With Nelson in custody, her prime, Lisa finds herself evaluating her life and in 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] it appears that things between Casey and Tamara are the middle of a love triangle, as a corporate guy in cri- 4:00 Once Upon A Dream [s] going to be okay. sis competes with her current, baseball-playing beau. 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful 7:30 Better Homes And Gardens [s] – A supersize 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] Stars: Reese Witherspoon & Owen Wilson Better Homes and Gardens is full of more ideas than 11:00 Movie: “Man About Town” (M l,s,v) – Holly6:00 The Simpsons: The Mansion Family ever! wood’s top talent agent, Jack Giamoro has it all. How- 6:30 The Project [s] 9:00 Friday Night Movie: “The Dilemma” (M) – ever, his world begins to spiral out of control when he 7:30 American Idol (PG) [s] When Ronny Valentine finds out that his best friend 8:30 The Living Room Summer Series [s] discovers his wife is having an affair. Stars: John and business partner’s wife is having an affair, he is 9:30 Glee (PG l,a) – American musical comedy-drama Cleese & Mike Binder plunged into the moral dilemma of whether to tell his 12:55 Win News Hour - Late Edition that focuses on the high school glee club.d friend or not. Stars: Vince Vaughn 1:55 Late Movie: “Exorcist II: The Heretic” (M h,a) 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:30 Family Guy: Deep Throats (M) [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] (’77) Stars: Richard Burton 12:00 Late Movie: “Open Boat To Adventure” (G) 12:15 Late Show - David Letterman (PG 4:00 Extra 3:00 Home Shopping 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 4:30 Good Morning America Designing Women 9:00 Home & Away GO! 7TWO 8:30 9:30 Sons & Daughters 10:00 Coronation Street (PG a) 10:30 Head Of The Class (PG) 11:00 The Martha Stewart Show (PG) 12:00 Hart To Hart (PG) 1:00 The Royal 2:00 Movie: “84 Charing Cross Road” (G) (’87) 4:00 Movie: “The Petty Girl” (G) (’40) Stars: Robert Cummings 6:00 Gardeners’ World 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Doc Martin (PG) 8:30 Escape To The Country 9:45 Cowboy Builders (PG) 10:40 Downsize Me (PG) 11:40 Movie: “The Juror” (MA15+v,l,s) (’96) Stars: Alec Baldwin 1:45 Designing Woman (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:30 Chowder 10:00 Power Rangers: Samurai (PG v) 10:30 WINX Club 11:00 Total Wipeout UK (PG) 12:00 TMX (PG) 12:30 Extra 1:00 The Bachelor (PG l,s) 3:00 Monsuno (PG) 3:30 Power Rangers Samurai (PG) 4:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 5:00 The Looney Tunes Show 5:30 Movie: “Happily N’ever After” (G) 7:15 Movie: “The Ant Bully” (G) 9:00 Movie: “Constantine” (M h,sn,l) Stars: Keanu Reeves 11:30 Two And A Half Men (M s) 12:00 Conan (M) 1:00 MAD (M) 1:30 TMZ 2:00 Camelot (MA15+v,l,s)

6:00 Pro Bull Riding 7:00 Omnisport 7:30 Football: Liverpool TV 10:30 NFL: America’s Game 11:30 Omnisport 12:00 Crash Course 12:30 Python Hunters 1:30 Extreme Dreams 2:00 First Ascent (PG l) 2:30 Fear Factor (PG) 3:30 Get Smart 4:00 Cops (PG d) 4:30 Crash Course (PG a) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Cops (PG l) 7:30 World’s Toughest Fixes (PG l) 8:30 Law & Order: SVU (M a) 9:30 Basketball: NBL Championship 11:30 Black Gold (M) 12:30 Fear Factor 1:30 Al Murray’s Compete For The Meat (M s) 2:30 Fast Forward 3:30 I Fish 4:30 Omnisport

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7:00 Children’s Programs 9:00 NBC Today GEM 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 11 7MATE 11:00 TJ Hooker (PG v) 12:00 Mickey Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Night Boat To Spillane’s Mike Hammer (PG v,s) 1:00 Flash Forward (M) 2:00 Bullrun (M) 3:00 Panic Mechanics (PG) 3:30 Motor Mate 4:30 Dream Car Garage (PG) 5:00 Dream Car Garage 5:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 6:30 Nitro Circus Live (PG) 7:30 Breaking The Magician’s Code (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Baseketball” (PG l,n,s) (’98) Stars: Trey Parker 10:35 Movie: “Armed And Dangerous” (M v) (’86) Stars: John Candy 12:30 Blokesworld (MA15+s,n) 1:00 Unsolved Mysteries 2:00 TJ Hooker (PG v,s)

Prime7

6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12:00 Dr Oz: Just 10! The Finale (PG) [s] 1:00 That ‘70s Show (PG) 1:30 Movie: “Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers” (G) (’10) 3:00 Movie: “College Road Trip” (G) (’08) Stars: Martin Lawrence 5:00 Destination New Zealand: Eastern Bay of Plenty [s] 5:30 Coxy’s Big Break [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Family Movie Special: “The Lion King” (G) Stars: Jeremy Irons 8:25 The Saturday Movie: “How To Train Your Dragon” (PG v) – A hapless young Viking who aspires to hunt dragons becomes the unlikely friend of a young dragon himself, and learns there may be more to the creatures than he assumed. Stars: Gerard Butler 10:30 The Saturday Late Movie: “Eagle Eye” (M v,l) Stars: Shia Labeouf 1:00 Late Movie: “Rites Of Passage” (M v) (’98) Stars: Dean Stockwell, Jason Behr & Robert Keith 3:00 Home Shopping

Dublin” (G) (’46) Stars: Robert Newton 2:00 My Crazy Obsession 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 Jo Frost: Extreme Parental Guidance (PG) 4:30 Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition (PG) 5:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:00 A Current Affair 7:30 David Attenborough’s Madagascar (PG) 8:30 Movie: “John Q” (M v,l) (’01) Stars: Denzel Washington 11:00 Movie: “Cool Hand Luke” (M v) (’67) Stars: Paul Newman 1:30 Movie: “Entertaining Mr Sloane” (M a,s) (’70)

9:00 Frasier (PG) 9:30 Old School Neighbours 10:00 7th Heaven 11:00 The Love Boat (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG v,sn) 1:00 JAG (PG v) 2:00 Star Trek Voyager (PG v) 3:00 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 King of Queens (PG) 4:30 Family Ties (PG) 5:00 Happy Days 5:30 The Brady Bunch 6:00 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 8:00 Becker (PG) 8:30 Star Trek Voyager (PG) 10:30 Star Trek Voyager (PG) 11:30 The Late Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET (PG) 1:00 Omg! Insider 1:30 Happy Days 2:00 The Love Boat (PG)

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10;00 Double Trouble 11:00 Catalyst: On The Road [s] 11:30 One Plus One [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Poirot (PG) [s] 1:25 Last Of The Summer Wine [s] 1:55 Waterloo Road (M a,v) [s] 3:00 Golf: Women’s Australian Open 2013 *Live 6:00 Grand Designs: Surrey [s] – These series chart the in-depth process of ambitious design projects. 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 QI: Cleve Crudgington (PG) [s] 8:30 The Doctor Blake Mysteries: Death Of A Travelling Salesman (PG) [s] – When a travelling salesman dies in a car accident, police blame alcohol. Dr Blake concludes that the victim was not drunk and died before the crash of very unusual causes. 9:30 Silk (M a,l) [s] – Martha is defending a vulnerable teenager arrested for cottaging. 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 My Family: Relationship Happens (PG) [s] 11:35 rage (MA15+l,d,n,h,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

SBS

5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Food Lovers Guide to Australia [s] 1:30 One Born Every Minute (PG) [s] 2:30 Everyone Loves a Wedding [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: The Giant Kite Battle 6:00 Food Safari: Syrian [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Monty Hall’s Great Irish Escape [s] 8:35 What Destroyed the Hindenburg? (PG) [s] 9:35 As It Happened: Dig World War II [s] – Historian Dan Snow joins military archaeologists as they investigate the former battlegrounds of the Second World War, uncovering little-known stories through excavations and dives across Europe. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Thriller Movie: “Inju, The Beast in the Shadow” (MA15+v,a) (’08) – A writers idol turns out to be evil. (In French/Japanese) 1:00 Crime Movie: “Kurt Wallander: The Leak” (M v,l) (’09) (In Swedish) 2:45 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 Peppa Pig 5:20 Joe & Jack 5:35 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:00 Little Charley Bear 6:15 Mr Moon 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Mega Builders: Racing to Power Up 8:15 The Real Hustle: Celebrity Scammers 8:45 Teen Dad: Dougie (PG) 9:30 My Big Fat Fetish (MA15+a,l,s) 10:20 Red Dwarf 10:50 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 11:15 Peep Show (M l) 11:40 Set List (MA15+l) 11:40 This Is Jinsy: Zoop (PG) 12:05 This Is Jinsy: Zoop (PG) 12:30 The Whitest Kids U Know (M a,l,s) 1:35 ABC News Update

Worldwatch News (All day SBS TWO 6:00 programs) 6:00 Globe Trekker: Ice

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Bindi’s Bootcamp 11:05 Escape From Scorpion Island 11:35 Outback 8 12:00 BTN Extra 12:35 Rush TV 1:00 Pixel Pinkie 1:25 Fleabag Monkeyface 2:05 Almost Naked Animals 2:35 YooHoo & Friends 3:10 Dead Gorgeous 3:40 Sally Bollywood 4:10 The Super Hero Squad Show 4:35 The Twisted Whiskers Show 4:50 INK 5:15 Kaeloo 5:25 Prank Patrol 5:50 Dani’s House 6:20 Bugged 6:55 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho 7:10 Horrible Histories 7:35 The Legend Of Dick & Dom 8:10 Sadie J 8:40 Summer In Transylvania

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business ABC 24 Today 10:00 ABC News Mornings 12:00

ABC2

ABC3

Trekking the Alps (PG) 6:30 Kung Fu Kitchen: China / Japan 7:30 UEFA Europa League Highlights 8:30 Carrier: Full Circle (M l) – As the Nimitz returns to her home port of San Diego, sailors and Marines reflect on the deployment and take stock of what they’ve achieved. 9:30 Movie: “New Police Story” (M v) (’04) – An ageing cop accidentally leads his team into a trap from which he is the only survivor. (In Cantonese) 11:45 Movie: “Once Upon a Time in China” (M v) (’91) (In Cantonese) 2:10 Weatherwatch Overnight

ABC News 12:30 Newsline 1:00 ABC News 2:30 State To State 3:00 Afternoon Live 5:05 Capital Hill 5:30 TBA 6:00 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 7:32 Planet America 8:00 News Exchange 8:32 One Plus One 9:00 The World 10:02 The Drum 10:45 ABC Open 11:00 ABC News 11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:20 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

5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 La Fille du Rgiment 3:20 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 6:00 rage (G) 10:30 rage Guest Programmer 6:00 Living Fossils [s] 7:00 Children’s ProWIN 6:00 - Saturday 10:00 Mornings - Summer Series TEN grams 8:30 Totally Wild [s] 9:00 Scope: Blue ABC (PG) 11:30 7.30 [s] 12:00 Foreign Correspon- SBS Limen 3:55 Black Cab Sessions USA (PG) 4:30 dent [s] 12:30 Australian Story [s] 1:00 Basketball: WNBL [s] 2:00 Golf: Women’s Australian Open 2013 *Live 6:00 River Cottage: Everyday: Treats [s] 6:45 Gardening Australia Summer [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The Paradise [s] – A shocking discovery in Ladies wear causes ripples through the store. To test Moray’s feelings, Katherine pursues another man. 8:30 Grand Designs: Tenby [s] – Kevin McCloud has followed the restoration of all kinds of derelict structures in all kinds of places, but this one - converting an old lifeboat station into a contemporary home, is one of the most unusual he’s come across. 9:20 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Queen Of Flowers (M a,v) – Phryne ends up with more than she bargained for - including murder - when she agrees to help refine a group of delinquent flower maidens for the annual flower parade. 10:15 Program To Be Advised 11:30 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Esther Rantzen (PG) [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:35 Salvage Hunters (PG) [s] – Meet modern-day treasure hunter Drew Pritchard. 8:30 Prisoners of War: Who Let the Dogs Out? (M a,v,l) – Amiel Ben-Chorins funeral brings back disturbing memories for Uri and Nimrode, as Yael asks them for information about her brother’s death. 9:30 Drama Movie: “An Education” (M a) (’09) – Attractive 16-year-old Jenny finds her traditional education replaced by something slightly more sinister when an older, more worldly suitor sweeps her off of her feet. (From The UK) 11:20 Romantic Comedy Movie: “Venus” (MA15+l) (’06) (From the UK) 1:00 South Park: Fantastic Easter Special (M s) / DYikes! (M a) 1:55 Embedded With Nationalists (M l) 3:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

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ABC2

Worldwatch News (All day) SBS TWO 6:00 6:00 Delicious Iceland 6:30 A Bite

8:00 Home Shopping 9:00 NBC Today GEM 8:00 TV Shop 9:30 Movie:  “My Learned 11 9:00 The Range Country Music TV (PG l,s,a) 11:30 ABC3 7MATE 11:00 Perez Hilton: Lady Gaga (PG s,l,d) 12:30 Star Trek: Friend” (PG v) (’43) Stars: Ernest Thesiger Mike Hammer (PG v) 12:00 Ultimate

Weekend Breakfast 11:30 State To ABC 24 8:00 State 12:00 ABC News 12:45 The Arts

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16

[s] 9:30 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 10:00 Summer Hits (PG l,s,a,v,d) 12:00 Radar (PG l,s,a,d) 12:30 The Living Room - Encore 1:30 It’s A Knock Out (PG) [s] 2:30 The Hotel Inspector (PG l,s) 3:30 What’s Up Downunder 4:00 Program To Be Advised 5:00 Ten News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: The Latest Gun In The West (PG) 6:30 David Attenborough’s Africa: Kalahari [s] 7:30 Bondi Vet (PG) 8:30 Saturday Night Movie: “The Kids Are All Right” (M s) – Two children conceived by artificial insemination decide to bring their birth father into their family life - leading to a crisis for everyone involved. Stars: Julianne Moore & Annette Bening 10:45 Movie: “Smart People” (M s,l,d) Stars: Dennis Quaid 12:30 48 Hours Mystery: Fatal (M a) 1:30 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Home Shopping 4:00 Religious Programs (PG)

12:00 The Bottom Line (G) 12:30 Fishing Australia: King of the River 1:00 Stars Of Le Miserables (PG) 1:30 Afternoon Movie: “White Hunter, Black Heart” (PG l,v) (’90) Stars: Clint Eastwood 4:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 5:00 Nine News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News Saturday [s] 6:30 Australia’s Funniest Home Videos (PG) 7:40 Movie: “Shrek Forever After” (PG a,v) Stars: Mike Myers & Cameron Diaz 9:40 Movie: “Love Happens” (M a) Stars: Jennifer Aniston 11:55 Late Movie: “The Babysitters” (MA15+s,a) (’07) Stars: Lauren Birkell & Paul Borghese 1:40 Late Late Movie: “Villain” (MA15+n) (’71) Stars: Richard Burton 3:30 Extra [s] 3:50 Music Special: Timomatic 4:00 Danoz 4:30 The Fresh Prince of Bel Air 5:00 Gilligan’s Island

Home Shopping 7:00 Saturday Disney GO! 7TWO 6:00 9:00 Shake It Up 9:30 Wizards Of Waverly Place 10:30 Home Shopping 11:00 Live Healthy, Be Happy 11:30 Great South East 12:00 Creek To Coast 12:30 Queensland Weekender 1:00 Sydney Weekender 1:30 Coxy’s Big Break 2:00 Seven’s Horse Racing 2013: Lightning Stakes 5:00 Taste Of China 5:30 Scotland Revealed 6:30 Ballykissangel (PG) 7:30 Heartbeat: Going Home (M v,a) 8:40 Taggart: Football Crazy (M v,a) 10:50 60 Minute Makeover 11:50 McCallum (M a) 2:00 Scotland Revealed

Spider-Man 12:30 The Jeff Foxworthy Show (PG) 1:00 VIP (PG v) 2:00 Hook Line & Sinker (PG) 3:00 Freak Encounters (PG h,l,a) 4:00 Rory & Paddy’s Great British Adventure (PG) 5:00 Monster Nation (PG) 6:00 Seconds From Disaster (PG) 7:30 Mighty Structures 8:30 Ice Pilots (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation” (M v,l) (’95) Stars: Renee Zellweger 11:25 Shockwave (PG) 12:30 Unsolved Mysteries (M) 1:30 TJ Hooker (PG v) 3:30 Freak Encounters (PG h,l)

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Lockie Leonard 11:30 Stormworld 12:00 A Gurl’s Wurld (PG) 12:30 The Winx Club (PG v) 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) – The competition heats up as the All Stars inspect each other’s completed first rooms 4:30 Survivor: Caramoan (PG) 6:30 The Cube (PG) 7:30 Movie: “Space Cowboys” (PG l,a) Stars: Clint Eastwood 10:00 Auction Hunters (PG) 11:00 Sun, Sex And Suspicious Parents (M a,n,l,s) 12:00 Conan (M) 2:00 Camelot (MA15+v) 3:00 Auction Hunters (PG) 4:00 Conan (M) 4:50 Flash & Dash

11:00 Adventures In Rainbow Country (PG) 11:30 Australian Geographic - Best Of Australia 12:30 Movie: “Rome Adventure” (G) (’76) 2:55 Movie: “Mutiny On The Bounty” (PG) (’62) Stars: Marlon Brando 6:30 Antiques Roadshow (PG) 7:30 Antiques Roadshow 8:30 CSI: NY (M) 9:30 CSI: Miami (M) 10:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (M v) 11:30 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Klute” (M l,s,a) (’71) Stars: Jane Fonda 2:00 Movie: “Horrors Of The Black Museum” (M v) (’59) Stars: Michael Gough

6:00 Pro Bull Riding 7:00 Omnisport 7:30 M7 Multisport 8:00 Telstra Iron Woman 9:00 Nutri Grain Iron Man 11:00 Sport Science 1:00 Mysteries Of The Tornado 2:00 Pat Callinan’s 4x4 Adventures (PG) 3:00 Get Smart 3:30 M*A*S*H 4:00 The WWE Experience 5:00 Sport Science (PG l) 6:00 Get Smart 6:30 Monster Jam Monster 7:30 M*A*S*H 8:30 Movie: “Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes” (M v) 10:25 48 Hours (M a) 11:25 Animal Extractors (PG) 1:25 World’s Toughest Trucker (PG) 2:25 Omnisport 3:00 Football Liverpool TV

Deep Space Nine (PG) 3:30 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Family Ties (PG) 5:00 Happy Days 5:30 The Brady Bunch 6:00 Sabrina The Teenage Witch (PG) 6:30 Becker (PG) 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 Masterchef: The Professionals (PG) 10:30 The Graham Norton Show (PG) 11:30 Summer Hits (PG l,s,v,d) 1:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 2:00 Perez Hilton: Lady Gaga (PG s,l,d) 3:00 Becker (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 3:30 Mister Maker 4:05 Charlie & Lola 4:20 Miffy & Friends 4:30 The Country Mouse & The City Mouse 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:20 Joe & Jack 5:35 Driver Dan’s Story Train 5:45 Bananas in PJs 6:00 Little Charley Bear 6:15 Good Game 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The True Story: Pirates Of The Caribbean (PG) 8:30 Cherry Healey: How To Get A Life (PG) 9:30 Little Fish (M l) 11:20 Red Dwarf: Back To Reality / Psirens 12:50 Red Dwarf: Legion (PG) / Emohawk Polymorph II (PG) 1:45 ABC News Update 6:00 Children’s Programs 10:00 Chop Socky Chooks 10:20 Kaeloo 10:30 Iron Man 10:55 Sadie J 11:25 Life With Boys 11:45 Prank Patrol 1:55 CJ & DJ 2:05 Gasp! 2:20 Erky Perky 2:35 Don’t Blame The Koalas 3:00 Lockie Leonard 3:25 Bugged 3:40 Spliced! 4:05 Adventures Of Figaro Pho 4:20 Jibber Jabber 4:40 My Great Big Adventure 5:00 Young Dracula 5:30 Star Wars (PG) 5:55 Deadly 60 6:25 Prank Patrol 6:50 The Aquabats! 7:10 Kaeloo 7:20 Good Game SP 7:50 You’re Skitting Me 8:15 Fruits Basket (PG) 8:40 Voltron: Defender of the Universe

of China 7:30 New York: The City and the World (1945-2000) – Looks at the destruction of Penn Station, the battle over the Lower Manhattan Expressway and the social and fiscal crises of the 60s & 70s. 8:45 Inspector Montalbano: Track of Sand (M a,l,v) – Inspector Montalbano finds a slaughtered racehorse on the beach close to his place. 10:35 Movie: “The Refuge” (MA15+d) (’09) (In French) 12:05 Movie: “Backstage” (MA15+s,l,a) (’05) (In French) 2:10 Weatherwatch Overnight

Quarter 1:02 National Press Club Address 2:00 ABC News 2:30 The World This Week 3:00 ABC News 3:32 To Be Advised 4:00 News 4:30 Catalyst 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 8:15 Four Corners 9:00 ABC News 9:32 The World This Week 10:00 ABC News 10:32 Planet America 11:02 Q&A 12:00 ABC News 12:02 Big Ideas 1:00 BBC World News 1:30 7.30 2:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 3:00 BBC World News 3:30 7:30


Prime7

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17

6:00 Nopalea Wellness Challenge 6:30 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show Weekend (PG) 11:00 Kochie’s Business Builders [s] 11:30 Dinner Date Australia (PG) [s] 12:30 Program To Be Advised 4:30 Live Healthy, Be Happy [s] 5:00 World’s Strictest Parents: Charleville (PG d,l) 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Sunday Night [s] 7:30 Border Security - Australia’s Front Line (PG) 8:00 The Force - Behind The Line (PG) – At just 19 Martin Riley is already a wanted man. 8:30 Downton Abbey (M) – Matthew and Mary return from their honeymoon, but the future of the house hangs precariously in the balance. 9:30 Castle: Swan Song / Till Death Do Us Part (M v,s) – When the lead guitarist of a rock band is murdered, the documentary crew that were following the band turn their cameras on Castle, Beckett and the team as they try to solve the case. 11:40 Law & Order: LA (M v,a) 12:35 Home Shopping

TEN

WIN

6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 6:00 Religious Programs 7:00 Totally Wild 8:00 Seas Of Ocean Thunder Surf Boat Series 11:00 Wild Western Aus- Life 9:00 Social Climbing [s] 10:00 Good Chef Bad Chef tralia 11:30 Gilligan’s Island 12:00 Afternoon Movie: “Her [s] 10:30 Meet The Press [s] Alibi” (PG v,l) (’89) Stars: Tom Selleck 2:00 Afternoon 11:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield Movie: “Jeremiah Johnson” (PG v,l,a) (’72) Stars: Robert 12:00 Breakthrough With Tony Robbins (PG a,s) Redford 4:30 Manly Surf (PG) 5:00 News: First At Five 1:00 Escape With ET 2:00 Telstra Iron Woman 2013: Round 5 – Coolum, 5:30 Customs (PG) Sunshine Coast, QLD *Live* 6:00 National News [s] 3:00 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Ironman Series 2013: 6:30 The Block: All Stars (PG) Round 5 - Sunshine Coast, QLD. 7:30 60 Minutes [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 9:00 The Mentalist: Panama Red (M v,d) 6:00 The Simpsons (PG h) 10:00 CSI Crime Scene Investigation: Fallen Angels (M v) – A reverend is killed at the grave site of former 6:30 Bondi Rescue [s] 7:00 Modern Family: Diamond In The Rough (PG a) CSI Warrick Brown. 7:30 Masterchef: The Professionals (PG) [s] 11:00 CSI: Miami: Match Made In Hell (M) 8:30 Elementary: Child Predator (M v,a) [s] – Sher12:00 The Block: All Stars Encore (PG) lock and Watson consult on a child abduction case. 1:00 Nikita: Homecoming (MA15+v) 9:30 The Graham Norton Show [s] 2:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 10:30 Late Night Movie: “Program To Be Advised 2:30 20/20 [s] 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Danoz 5:00 Religious Programs 4:00 Good Morning Australia 5:30 CBS - This Morning 5:00 Early Morning News

Mad About You (PG) 10:00 Movie: 7TWO 9:30 “The Wild Westerners” (PG v) (’62) Stars: GO!

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9:30 The Jeff Foxworthy Show (PG) 10:30 GEM 7MATE Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer (PG v)

James Philbrook 11:30 The Hook & The Cook (PG) 12:00 Lyndey Milan’s Taste Of Ireland 12:30 The Food Truck (PG) 1:00 The Emeril Lagasse Show (PG) 2:00 Home & Away Catch-Up (PG v,a) 4:20 Movie: “Kramer v Kramer” (PG a,l) (’79) Stars: Meryl Streep 6:30 Movie: “Coyote Ugly” (PG s,v) (’00) Stars: Piper Perabo 8:40 Escape To The Country 9:40 60 Minute Makeover 10:40 Homes Under The Hammer 12:00 The Shield (MA15+a,s) 1:00 The Food Truck (PG) 1:30 The Emeril Lagasse Show (PG)

12:30 Australian Water Ski Racing Championships 1:30 Rory & Paddy’s Great British Adventure (PG l,s) 2:30 VIP (PG v) 3:30 Freak Encounters (PG l,a) 4:30 Shockwave (PG) 5:30 Monster Nation (PG) 6:30 Movie: “Billy Madison” (PG v,s,l) (’95) Stars: Adam Sandler 8:30 Bomb Patrol: Afghanistan (M) 9:30 Movie: “The 40 Year-Old Virgin” (MA15+s,l) (’05) Stars: Steve Carell 11:50 Punk’d (M) 12:15 Deadliest Warrior (M) 1:10 Warehouse 13 (M v) 2:00 Mike Hammer (PG v)

Prime7

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:30 Generator Rex 10:00 Young Justice (PG) 10:30 Ben 10 (PG v) 11:00 Power Rangers (PG) 11:30 Monsuno (PG v) 12:00 Winx Club (PG) 12:30 I Hate My Teenage Daughter (PG) 1:00 To Be Advised 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 4:30 The Bachelorette (PG) 6:30 The Middle (PG) 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Suburgatory (PG) 9:00 Mike & Molly (PG) 9:30 TMovie: “The Whole Nine Yards” (M v,s,n) Stars: Bruce Willis, 11:40 South Park (MA15+l) 12:30 Camelot (MA15+s,v,l) 1:30 I Hate My Teenage Daughter (PG) 2:00 The Bachelorette (PG)

6:40 Movie: “Confession” (PG v,a) (’55) 8:30 TV Shop 10:00 Adventures In Rainbow Country 10:30 Movie: “Baby And The Battleship” (G) (’56) Stars: John Mills 12:40 Getaway’s European Tour 1:40 Movie: “Come Fly with Me” (PG) (’58) Stars: Dolores Hart 4:00 Movie: “They Came to Cordura” (PG v,s) (’59) Stars: Gary Cooper 6:30 Antiques Roadshow 7:30 Planet Earth (PG) 8:30 Movie: “A Time To Kill” (M v,a,l) (’96) Stars: Matthew McConaughey 11:35 Movie: “Prime” (M l,s) (’05) Stars: Meryl Streep 1:30 Getaway’s European Tour 2:00 TV Shop

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9:00 Dr Quinn Medicine Woman (PG v,a) 10:00 7th Heaven (PG) 11:00 Becker (PG) 11:30 American Idol (PG) 2:30 Infomercial 3:00 Neighbours - Encore Presentation 5:00 Merlin (PG v,sn) 6:00 Sabrina, Teenage Witch (PG) 6:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 The Simpsons (PG) 8:00 Futurama (PG) 9:00 The Cleveland Show (M) 9:30 Wilfred (MA15+d) 10:00 The Office (PG s) 11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 12:00 Dr Quinn Medicine Woman (PG) 2:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 3:00 Dr Quinn Medicine Woman (PG v) 5:00 7th Heaven

ABC3

ABC 24

TEN

ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Drama Movie: “The Sea ABC 6:00 Today [s] 10:00 Backyard Science [s] 11:00 SBS Wall” (M s,a,l) (’08) (In French) 3:00 France 24

9:00 NBC Today 10:00 NBC Meet The GEM 7MATE Press 11:00 Mickey Spillane’s Mike Ham-

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mer (PG v,d) 12:00 Movie: “Monster Ark” (M v,h) (’08) Stars: Renee O’Connor 2:00 Motor Mate 4:30 Dream Car Garage 5:00 Dream Car Garage 5:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 6:30 American Dad (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG s,a) 7:30 Hollywood Treasure (PG) 8:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 9:30 American Restoration (PG) 10:30 Cash Cowboys (PG) 11:30 Bid America (PG) 12:00 DEA: Deep Cover (PG) 1:00 Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer (PG v) 2:00 Motor Mate (M) 4:30 Pimp My Ride (PG)

7:00 TV Shop 8:00 F Troop 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “The Man In The White Suit” (G) (’51) Stars: Alec Guinness 2:00 Rescue Special Ops (M) 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 Antiques Roadshow (PG) 4:30 Planet Earth (PG) 5:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:00 Friends (PG) 7:30 Hoarding: Buried Alive (PG) 8:30 Super Nanny (PG) 9:30 Embarrassing Bodies (M a) 10:30 My Strange Addiction (M a) 11:30 Friends (PG) 12:00 Dangerman (PG) 1:00 Gideon’s Way (M) 2:00 TV Shop

WIN

SBS

5:30 Worldwatch 8:30 PopAsia 10:30 Football Asia [s] 11:00 UEFA Champions League Magazine 11:30 Speedweek [s] 1:30 Al Jazeera News 2:30 Wheel2Wheel: Indonesia & Timor-Leste (PG) 3:30 Lyndey and Blairs Taste of Greece: Outer Mani 4:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 5:00 Cycling Central [s] 5:35 Rex in Rome: The Third Man (PG v) 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Lost Worlds: History Cold Case: Mummified Child (PG) [s] – The team heads back into the 19th century, to a time when corpses were turned into trophies and children were sold by the inch. 8:30 Tropfest 2013 [s] – Tropfest is Australia’s most prestigious short film festival and one of its most iconic cultural events. 11:55 War Movie: “Beaufort” (M l,v) (’07) – Set in Southern Lebanon in 2000, just prior to the withdrawal of the Israeli Defence Force after 18 years of war. An IDF unit struggles to defend a 12th-century fort taken as an Israeli stronghold in 1982. (In Hebrew) 2:10 Weatherwatch Overnight

SBS TWO

Home & Away 9:30 Sons & Daughters 7TWO 9:00 10:00 Coronation Street 10:30 Head Of The GO!

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:00 Batman: The Brave & The Bold (PG v) 9:30 Chowder 10:00 Power Rangers (PG v) 10:30 Winx Club (PG) 11:00 Top Gear (PG) 12:00 TMZ 12:30 Extra 1:00 The Bachelor (PG l) 3:00 Monsuno (PG) 3:30 Power Rangers Samurai (PG) 4:00 Kid’s Weekdays (PG) 4:30 The Looney Tunes Show 5:00 The Block - All Stars 6:00 Total Wipeout UK (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:00 Top Gear (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Invictus” (PG) Stars: Matt Damon 12:10 Two And A Half Men (M s) 12:30 Don’t Tell The Bride (M l) 1:30 TMZ 2:00 The Bachelorette (PG)

ABC

6:00 rage 6:30 Children’s Programs 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Inside Business [s] 10:30 Offsiders [s] 11:00 Asia Pacific Focus [s] 11:30 Songs Of Praise [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Golf: Women’s Australian Open 2013 *Live 6:00 Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Kevin McCloud’s Man Made Home (PG) [s] 8:20 Dream Build: Rolling Cubes [s] . 8:30 Midsomer Murders: Murder Of Innocence (PG) [s] – When a barrister is killed suspicion falls on convicted murderer Grady Felton. 10:00 Rev (M l) [s] – After a terrible review of one of his sermons, Adam suffers a crisis of faith. 10:30 Glass: A Portrait Of Philip In Twelve Parts (PG) [s] – Scott Hicks gives us a A remarkable mosaic portrait of Philip Glass, one of the greatest - and at times most controversial - artists of this era. 12:30 Movie: “The Seven-Per-Cent Solution” (M v) (’76) Stars: Alan Arkin 2:20 Order In The House 3:20 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 4:05 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 Children’s Programs 4:15 Bert & Ernie’s Great Adventures 4:20 Miffy & Friends 4:30 The Country Mouse & The City Mouse Adventures 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:20 Joe & Jack 5:35 Driver Dan’s Story Train 5:45 Bananas In Pyjamas 6:00 Little Charley Bear 6:15 Mr Moon 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 My Big Fat Operation (PG) 8:30 Great Ormond Street (PG) 9:30 The Best Of Sunday Best (PG) 11:05 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends: UFO’s (M l) 11:55 Hell On Wheels (M v) 12:35 The Tudors (M l,n) 1:35 Traffic Blues 2:00 ABC News Update

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:40 Sadie J 10:10 Pixelface 10:40 The Slammer 11:10 Bindi’s Bootcamp 11:35 Good Game SP 12:00 Move It Mobstyle 12:30 Rush TV 12:55 Sweat 1:20 Sumo Mouse 1:45 Sally Bollywood 2:15 Mortified 2:40 You’re Skitting Me 3:10 Worst Best Friends 3:35 Misery Guts 4:00 New Adventures Of Peter Pan 4:25 The Jungle Book 5:00 Bindi’s Bootcamp 5:25 Steam Punks! 6:15 Grizzly Tales For Gruesome Kids 6:30 Horrible Histories 7:00 Wolverine & The X-Men 7:25 Tower Prep 8:10 Weekend News 8:15 Demons: Smitten (PG)

Landline [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Kevin McCloud’s Man Made Home [s] 1:30 Meerkat Manor [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road (PG) [s] 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Grand Designs: Amersham [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:20 Media Watch [s] 9:35 Q&A [s] –Hosted by Tony Jones. 10:35 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:35 Small Island (M a,s) – Crushed by their own disappointment, Hortense and Queenie find that their lives are far more entwined than they could have imagined. 1:05 Movie: “Isle Of The Dead” (PG) (’45) Stars: Boris Karloff 2:20 Alexander’s Greatest Battle [s] 3:10 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 4:25 Movie: “Annabel Takes A Tour” (G) (’48)

5:05 Worldwatch (All day) 6:00 Behind the Front Door 6:30 Supersizers Go... The Eighties (PG) 7:30 The Family UK: Farewells (PG) 8:40 Made in Hollywood (PG) – Journalist Anne Feinsilber goes to LA and meets up with studio heads, scriptwriters and actors agents to discover what makes a successful blockbuster. 9:35 SOS: God of Love (PG) / Miracle Fish (M) / The Saviour (PG) 10:45 Movie: “The 36th Chamber of Shaolin” (M v) (’77) – The kung fu classic that started it all. (In Cantonese) 12:45 Apocalypse: The WWll (M a) 1:15 Weatherwatch Overnight

7:00 ABC News 7:32 Asia Pacific 8:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:45 The Technology Quarter 1:02 Big Ideas 2:00 ABC News 2:30 Offsiders 3:00 ABC News 3:32 Need To Know 4:00 ABC News 4:30 Planet America 5:00 ABC News 5:32 State To State 6:00 ABC News 6:32 Australian Story 7:00 ABC News 7:32 The World This Week 8:02 Insiders 9:00 ABC News 9:32 One Plus One 10:00 ABC News 10:30 Inside Business 11:00 ABC News 11:32 Asia Pacific Focus 12:02 Landline 1:00 BBC News 1:30 7.30 2:00 Al Jazeera News

International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial [s] 5:00 PopAsia [s] 5:30 Global Village: Dominican Republic [s] 6:00 Food Safari: USA [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:35 Mythbusters: Dodge a Bullet (PG) [s] – Testing a myth chosen by viewers, Adam and Jamie investigate whether it is possible to dodge a bullet if the shooter is far enough away from his target. 8:35 Man vs Wild: Bears Top 25 Man Moments (PG) [s] – Bear Grylls takes a retrospective look at his wilderness exploits and presents a countdown of his 25 most memorable and harrowing adventures. Louisiana. 9:35 RocKwiz: Mary Wilson & Joe Camilleri (PG) 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 The World Game 12:00 SOS: God of Love (PG) / Miracle Fish (M) / The Saviour (PG) 1:05 Cast Offs: Carrie (M s,l) 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 4:05 Charlie & Lola 4:15 Bert & Ernie’s Great Adventures 4:30 Play School 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:20 Joe & Jack 5:30 Pingu 5:45 Bananas In Pyjamas 6:00 Little Charley Bear 6:15 Mr Moon 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Mega Builders 8:45 Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends: Porn (M l) 9:30 Hell On Wheels (M v) 10:15 Red Dwarf (PG) 10:45 Great Ormond Street (PG) 11:45 Whisker Wars (PG) 12:10 Breaking Bad: 4 Days Out (M d) 1:25 Breaking Bad (M d) 1:45 Haven (PG) 2:25 ABC News Update

SBS TWO

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Bindi’s Bootcamp 11:05 Escape From Scorpion Island 11:35 Outback 8 12:00 BTN Extra 12:15 Backyard Science 12:35 Rush TV 1:00 Pixel Pinkie 1:25 Fleabag Monkeyface 2:05 Almost Naked Animals 2:20 Rated A for Awesome 2:45 CJ The DJ 3:05 Don’t Blame The Koalas 3:35 Bindi’s Bootcamp 4:00 Gasp! 4:20 Gawayn 4:35 Chop Socky Chooks 5:05 MI High 5:35 Iron Man 6:05 Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG) 6:30 Young Dracula 6:55 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho 7:10 Kratt Bros 8:05 Wolverine 8:25 Chris Humfrey’s Wild Life

ABC 24

6:00 Pro Bull Riding 7:00 NFL: America’s Game 8:00 Telstra Iron Woman 9:00 Nutri Grain Iron Man 11:00 Summernats 26 1:00 Omnisport 1:30 Crash Course (PG) 2:00 Deconstruction (PG l) 2:30 Fear Factor (PG) 3:30 Megastructures 4:30 Crash Course (PG l) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart (PG) 7:00 COPS (PG l,d) 7:30 Python Hunters (PG) 8:30 Movie: “The Marine” (M v) Stars: John Cena 10:30 World’s Toughest Trucker 11:30 NASCAR Sprint Cup 1:30 Fear Factor (PG a) 2:30 Deconstruction 3:00 M*A*S*H 3:30 Omnisport 4:00 Basketball: NBL Championship

ABC2

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9:30 Old School Neighbours 10:00 7th Heaven (PG) 11:00 The Love Boat (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG v,sn) 1:00 JAG (PG d,a) 2:00 Star Trek Voyager (PG v) 3:00 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Family Ties (PG) 5:00 Happy Days 5:30 The Brady Bunch 6:00 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:00 Raising Hope (PG s,a) 8:30 Supernatural (M) 9:30 American Horror Story (M v,h) 10:30 Merlin (PG) 11:30 The Late Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET 1:00 Omg! The Insider 1:30 Happy Days

ABC3

TEN

5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Mystery/Crime Movie: ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business ABC 6:00 Today [s] 10:00 Behind The New 11:00 Big SBS “Towards Zero” (M s,n,v) (’07) (in French) 3:00

6:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 6:00 China 21: Mongolian Idol 6:35 Sarah Wiener in Italy: Liguria 7:30 Tour of Oman 2013 – Highlights - With over 140 of the world's best cyclists, the Tour of Oman will cover five stages 8:30 Doc Martin France: The Return of the Prodigal Son (M) – Dr Martin Le Foll hasnt been the same since he and Julie kissed, and feels he must make some sort of declaration. 9:30 The World Game 10:30 James Mays Toy Stories: Airfix 11:30 Movie: “666: In Bed with the Devil” (M a,s) (’02) (In German) 1:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 ABC News Mornings 12:30 Asia Pacific Focus 1:00 ABC News 2:00 ABC News 3:00 Afternoon Live 5:15 Capital Hill 5:30 ABC News 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Environment 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 Environment Quarter 12:00 ABC News 12:20 Lateline 1:00 BBC Impact 1:30 Newsline 2:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 3:00 BBC News 3:30 The Business 4:00 BBC World News

6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show 6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings Summer Series [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Flirting With Forty” The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The (PG l,s) (’08) Stars: Heather Locklear 2:00 Dr Oz: Vanity View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 News Now Sizing: What’s Your Real Size? (PG s) 3:00 Minute To [s] 4:00 Alive And Cooking [s] 4:30 National Afternoon Win It (PG) 4:00 The Zoo [s] News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 6:00 The WIN News Hour [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 7:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 6:00 Seven News [s] 8:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 9:00 2 Broke Girls: And The Bear Truth (M s) 7:00 Home & Away (PG) [s] – Tamara finds a place to 9:30 Two And A Half Men (M) live at Irene’s. 10:00 Anger Management (M mp,n) 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG l) – It’s state versus state, 10:30 Weeds: Dearborn Again / Viking Pride (M l,d) – plate against plate, as 12 teams-of-two attempt to Nancy returns to her youthful stomping grounds and out-dine and out-wine each other. takes up with an old acquaintance. 8:45 Packed To The Rafters: Moments Of Clarity 11:30 Extra [s] (PG a) – In light of his ongoing tests, Ted isn’t sure 12:00 WIN News Hour Late Edition [s] whether he should reveal his health concerns to his 1:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) family. 2:00 Seaway (PG) 9:45 To Be Announced 3:00 Danoz 11:45 Against The Wall: The Fifth Body (M) 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 5:00 Early Morning News

6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 ET [s] 8:00 OMG! The Insider [s] 8:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore 9:00 Judge Judy (PG) 9:30 Everyday Gourmet 10:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:30 Huey’s Kitchen On Tour 11:00 Masterchef: The Professionals - Encore [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (M a) [s] 1:00 The Doctors (PG) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: The Wizard Of Evergreen Terrace 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef Professionals (PG) [s] 8:30 NCIS: Devil’s Trifecta (M a,v) 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Skin Deep (M v) 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] 12:15 The Late Show With David Letterman 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 5:30 CBS - This Morning

Home & Away 9:30 Sons & Daughters 7TWO 9:00 10:00 Coronation St 10:30 Head Of The GO!

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6:00 Pro Bull Riding 7:00 NFL 8:00 Omnisport 8:30 Football: Liverpool TV 11:30 The WWE Experience 12:30 Omnisport 1:00 World’s Toughest Fixes 2:00 Deconstruction (PG l) 2:30 Fear Factor (PG) 3:30 Get Smart (PG) 4:00 Cops (PG d) 4:30 Crash Course (PG) 5:00 I Fish (PG) 6:00 M*A*S*H (PG) 6:30 Get Smart (PG) 7:00 COPS (M l) 7:30 Undercover Boss 8:30 COPS: Adults Only (M v) 9:30 Mafia’s Greatest Hits (M v) 10:40 Can Of Worms 11:40 Breakout Kings (M v) 12:40 Defying Gravity (PG s) 1:40 Al Murray’s Compete for the Meat (M s,l)

ABC2

SBS TWO

8:30 Handy Manny 9:00 NBC Today (PG) GEM 7MATE 11:00 Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer

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9:00 Frasier (PG) 9:30 Old School Neighbours 10:00 7th Heaven (PG) 11:00 The Love Boat (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG l,v,sn) 1:00 JAG (PG v,s,d) 2:00 Star Trek Voyager (PG v) 3:00 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Family Ties (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 The Brady Bunch 6:00 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 8:00 The Office (PG s) 8:30 The Choice (PG) 9:30 Snog Marry Avoid (PG s,a) 10:30 Sex & The City (M s,l) 11:50 The Late Late Show (PG) 12:35 ET (PG) 1:00 Omg! The Insider

ABC3

ABC 24

Class (PG) 11:00 The Martha Stewart Show 12:00 Hart to Hart (PG) 1:00 The Royal (PG a) 2:00 Movie: “Santa Fe” (PG v) (’71) Stars: Randolph Scott 3:50 Movie: “The Horsemen” (PG v,a) (’71) Stars: Omar Sharif 6:00 Gardeners’ World 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Highway Patrol (PG) 8:00 Motorway Patrol 8:30 Air Crash Investigations (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Clear & Present Danger” (M v,l) (’94) Stars: Willem Dafoe 12:30 Hart To Hart (PG) 1:30 Designing Women (PG) 2:00 Gardeners’ World

(PG v) 12:00 TJ Hooker (M v) 1:00 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 2:00 Motor Mate: Customs 3:00 Motor Mate: Subaru Impreza 4:30 Dream Car Garage 5:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 6:30 American Dad (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG s) 7:30 Dynamo: Magician Impossible (PG) 8:30 Family Guy (M) 10:00 American Dad (M) 10:30 Family Guy (M s,a) 11:30 American Dad (M) 12:30 Campus PD (M) 1:00 Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer (PG) 2:00 TJ Hooker (M v) 3:00 Homicide (M)

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:00 Batman: The Brave & The Bold (PG v) 9:30 Chowder 10:00 Power Rangers (PG v) 10:30 Winx Club (PG) 11:00 Total Wipeout UK (PG) 12:00 TMZ 12:30 Extra 1:00 The Bachelor (PG) 3:00 Monsuno (PG) 3:30 Power Rangers (PG) 4:00 Kid’s Weekdays (PG) 4:30 The Looney Tunes Show 5:00 The Block - All Stars 6:30 Two & A Half Men (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 7:30 Auction Hunters (PG) 8:30 Sun, Sex & Suspicious Parents (Ma,l,s) 9:30 Movie: “Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me” (M s,v,l) Stars: Mike Myers 11:30 Two And A Half Men (PG s) 12:30 Don’t Tell The Bride (M l) 1:30 Tmz 2:00 The Bachelor (PG)

7:00 TV Shop 8:00 F Troop 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Courage Of Lassie” (PG v,a) (’46) Stars: Elizabeth Taylor 2:00 My Strange Addiction (M a) 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 Super Nanny (PG) 4:30 Hoarding: Buried Alive (PG) 5:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Zoo Juniors 8:30 The Closer: Fresh Pursuit (M) 9:30 Rizzoli & Isles (MA15+v) 10:30 The Mentalist (M) 11:30 Southland (M v,l) 12:30 Friends (PG) 1:00 Dangerman (PG) 2:00 TV Shop 4:00 Nopalea 4:30 Religious Program

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6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:00 OMG! The Insider [s] 8:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore 9:00 Judge Judy (PG) 9:30 Everyday Gourmet 10:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:30 Huey’s Kitchen On Tour 11:00 Masterchef: The Professionals - Encore [s]] 12:00 Dr Phil (M s) [s] 1:00 The Doctors (PG s,mp) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: Lard Of The Dance [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef: The Professionals (PG) [s] 8:30 Can Of Worms (PG) [s] 9:30 Hawaii Five-O: Hana I Wa’ia (M) 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] 12:15 The Late Show (PG) 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 5:30 CBS - This Morning

Class 11:00 The Martha Stewart Show 12:00 Hart to Hart (PG) 1:00 The Royal (PG) 2:00 Movie: “Safari” (PG v,a) (’56) Stars: Victor Mature 4:00 Movie: “Gunman’s Walk” (PG v) (’58) Stars: Van Heflin 6:00 Gardeners’ World 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Mighty Ships 8:30 Waking The Dead (M v) 9:40 Criminal Minds (M) 11:40 The Shield (MA15+a,s) 12:40 Hart To Hart (PG) 1:40 Designing Women (PG) 2:10 Gardeners’ World 2:35 The Martha Stewart Show 3:30 Animal Academy

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6:00 Pro Bull Riding 7:00 Animal Extractors (PG) 9:00 Expedition Impossible (PG) 10:00 The Edge Of Existence (PG a) 11:00 Sport Science 12:00 Basketball: NBL 4:00 Omnisport 4:30 Get Smart 5:00 Fast Forward (PG s) 5:30 Get Smart 6:00 Gator 911 (PG) 6:30 Megastructures 7:30 World’s Toughest Trucker (PG l) 8:30 Movie: “The Sum Of All Fears” (M v) Stars: Ben Affleck 11:05 Law & Order: SVU (M a) 12:05 48 Hours (M a) 1:05 Al Murray’s Compete for the Meat (M s,l) 2:05 Sport Science 3:05 Omnisport 3:30 NFL: America’s Game 4:30 M7 Multisport

6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show 6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings Summer Series [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 Dr Oz: The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The Your Heart’s 7 Lucky Numbers (PG) [s] 3:00 Minute To View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 News Now Win It (PG) 4:00 The Zoo [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 4:00 Alive And Cooking [s] 4:30 National Afternoon [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 The WIN News Hour [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG) – Heath is told by Connie 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s,l) he’ll be allowed supervised visits of Darcy only. 9:30 Person Of Interest: Dead Reckoning (M) – Reese 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG l) – Touching down in is kidnapped by an old acquaintance who is plotting a South Australia tonight for the final instant restaudestructive act of cyber warfare. rant of group two, domestic goddesses Jenna and 10:30 Person Of Interest: Bury The Lede (M) – Reese Joanna are out to prove they’re more than just talk. is tasked with protecting a reporter, but he must do so 8:45 Revenge: Confidence (M) – The Graysons are on the sly so she doesn’t start investigating him. back in the spotlight and at the centre of a media 11:30 Extra storm once again. 12:00 The WIN News Hour Late Edition 9:45 How I Met Your Mother (PG) 1:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 10:45 The Mindy Project: Danny Castellano Is My 2:30 Extra Gynecologist (PG) 3:00 Danoz 11:15 Happy Endings (PG) 2:30 Program To Be Advised 12:15 Last Chance Learners (PG) [s] 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 5:00 Early Morning News

Prime7

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 19

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Q&A [s] 1:30 Theatreland (PG) [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road (M a,v) [s] 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Grand Designs: Hackney [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 New Tricks (PG) [s] 9:30 At The Movies [s] 10:00 Artscape: Polly Borland – Polymorphous [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Four Corners [s] 12:20 Media Watch [s] 12:35 The Most Secret Place On Earth: The CIA’s Covert War In Laos (M d,n,v) [s] 1:30 Close Up: Photographers At Work 2:15 Basketball: WNBL 4:10 Gardening Australia 4:20 Movie: “Affairs Of Annabel” (G) (’38) 6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 4:05 Charlie & Lola 4:15 Bert & Ernie’s Great Adventures 4:30 Play School 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:20 Joe & Jack 5:30 Pingu 5:45 Bananas In Pyjamas 6:00 Little Charley Bear 6:15 Mr Moon 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The Best Of River Monsters (PG) 8:30 Good Game (M a) 9:00 Warehouse Comedy Festival (M l) 9:30 Misfits (MA15+ l,n,s) 10:25 Red Dwarf: Out Of Time 10:55 My Big Fat Fetish (MA15+l,s) 11:45 The Best Of River Monsters (PG) 12:35 Monkey Thieves 1:05 Sanctuary (PG) 1:50 ABC News Update

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Bindi’s Bootcamp 11:05 Escape From Scorpion Island 11:35 Outback 8 12:00 BTN Extra 12:15 Backyard Science 12:35 Rush TV 1:00 Pixel Pinkie 1:25 Fleabag Monkeyface 2:05 Almost Naked Animals 2:20 Rated A for Awesome 2:45 CJ The DJ 3:05 Don’t Blame The Koalas 3:35 Bindi’s Bootcamp 4:00 Gasp! 4:20 Gawayn 4:35 Chop Socky Chooks 5:05 MI High 5:35 Iron Man 6:05 Star Wars (PG) 6:30 Young Dracula 6:55 Adventures Of Figaro Pho 7:10 Demons (PG) 8:05 Iron Man 8:25 My Great Big Adventure 8:50 Adventures Of Figaro Pho

France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Trackers of the Kalahari [s] 6:00 Food Safari: Jewish [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Melissa George (PG) [s] – Actress Melissa George knows something about her father’s side of the family, but there are a number of gaps in her mother’s ancestral story. 8:30 Insight: Clear Cut [s] – Insight asks whether female circumcision, which is outlawed in Australia, is mutilation. 9:30 Dateline [s] 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “Floating Lives” (M a,v,s,l) (’10) – This film draws us into the colourful daily life of the seemingly unsophisticated peasants of the mysterious Mekong Delta. (In Vietnamese) 1:10 Anna Pihl (M a,l,v) – A rapist is stalking the streets and the police have nothing decisive to go on. 2:05 Weatherwatch Overnight 6:00 Worldwatch News (All day programs) 6:00 Globe Trekker: Paris City Guide (PG) 6:35 Sarah Wiener in Italy: Friuli 7:30 Lost Worlds: East to West: The Triumph of Monotheism (PG) 8:35 As It Happened: Nazi Hunters: The Good Nazi? (M a) – The story of German architect Albert Speer. 9:35 Movie: “Shaolin” (PG v) (’11) – Set in the early 20th century, China is plunged into strife as feuding warlords fight to expand their power. (In Mandarin) 12:00 Movie: “Reprise” (MA15+s,l) (’06) (In Norwegian) 1:50 Town with Nicholas Crane: Perth 2:35 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business Today 10:00 ABC News Mornings 12:30 Newsline 1:00 ABC News 2:30 Inside Edge 3:00 Afternoon Live 5:15 Capital Hill 5:30 ABC News 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Finance 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 Finance Quarter 11:00 ABC News 11:25 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:20 Lateline 1:00 BBC Impact 1:30 Newsline 2:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 3:00 BBC Global News 3:30 The Business 4:00 BBC World News


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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Prime7

TEN

WIN

SBS

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 For The Juniors 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 At The Movies [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road (PG) [s] 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Grand Designs: Cumbria [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell 8:30 QI: Journeys (PG) [s] 9:00 The Agony Of Life (M d,s) [s] 9:30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg [s] 9:55 Would I Lie To You? I’ve Been Living Like A Demented God (M l,d,s) – A junkie professor hires Jonathan to track down a valuable book. 11:30 Bored To Death (M l) 11:55 Life’s Too Short (M l) 12:30 Durham County (MA15+v) 1:25 Movie: “The Wrong Arm Of The Law” (G) (’62) Stars: Peter Sellers 3:00 Carmen And Geoffrey (PG) [s] 4:20 Movie: “Beauty For The Asking” (G) (’39)

5:05 Worldwatch 6:30 UEFA Champions League: Arsenal v Bayern Munich (1st Leg) 9:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Insight: Clear Cut [s] 2:00 Dateline [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Vision [s] 6:00 Grand Tours of Scotland: The Romantic Ideal 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Wildest Latin America: Venezuela (PG) [s] – This episode takes us to Venezuela. 8:30 Tropic of Capricorn: Chile to Brazil (PG) [s] – In the final leg of his journey, Simon Reeve travels from Chile, over the Andes to Argentina. 9:30 Masters of Money: Hayek and the Free Market (M a) [s] – BBC economics editor Stephanie Flanders turns her attention to the radical free-market economist Friedrich Hayek. 10:35 World News Australia Late [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “The Child” (M a,v,l) (’05) (From Belgium In French) 12:50 Tibet: Murder in the Snow (M l) 1:50 Weatherwatch Overnight

Home & Away 9:30 Sons & Daughters 7TWO 9:00 10:00 Coronation Street 10:30 Head Of The GO!

ABC2

Worldwatch News (All day SBS TWO 6:00 programs) 6:00 Globe Trekker: Paris

ABC3

ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business ABC 24 6:00 Today 10:00 ABC News Mornings 12:00

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20

6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven 6:00 Today 9:00 Morning Summers Series (PG) 11:00 Na- 6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 ET [s] Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Cool tional Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 8:00 OMG! The Insider [s] 8:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Money” (M v,s) (’05) Stars: Margot Kidder 2:00 Dr Oz: (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) Encore 9:00 Judge Judy (PG) 9:30 Everyday Gourmet 10:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:30 Huey’s Kitchen On The Cancer You Don’t Know You’re At Risk For: Oral 3:00 News Now [s] 4:00 Alive And Cooking [s] Tour 11:00 Masterchef: The Professionals - Encore [s] 4:30 National Afternoon News [s] Cancer (PG) [s] 3:00 Minute To Win It (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) [s] 1:00 The Doctors (M mp) 2:00 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 4:00 The Zoo [s] Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 6:00 The WIN News Hour [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 7:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) [s] – The Block’s 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] favourite couples - Phil and Amity, Mark and Duncan, 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Josh and Jenna, and Dan and Dani - are back. 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG) – Heath demotes Liam and 8:30 Movie: “The Blind Side” (PG l,v,d) – The story of 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: When You Dish Upon A Star [s] Michael Oher, a homeless and traumatized boy who promotes himself at Angelo’s. 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG l) – It’s state versus state, became an All American football player and first round NFL draft pick with the help of a caring woman 7:30 Glee: Sadie Hawkins (PG a,l) [s] plate against plate, as 12 teams-of-two attempt to and her family. Stars: Sandra Bullock & Tim McGraw 8:30 Mr & Mrs Murder: Early Checkout (M v,d,a) out-dine and out-wine each other. 9:30 The Good Wife: Battle Of The Proxies (M) 11:10 I Hate My Teenage Daughter (PG) 8:45 Program To Be Advised 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 10:15 World’s Wildest Police Videos (M) [s] – A vio- 11:35 Extra 11:15 The Project Encore [s] lent offender opens fire at a police precinct, trying to 12:30 Win News Hour - Late Edition [s] 12:15 The Late Show With David Letterman slaughter cops. A gang of smash-n-grabbers gets run 1:30 The Block: All Stars (PG) 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 2:30 Danoz off by a feisty grandma. 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 11:15 Air Crash Investigations: Nowhere To Land (PG) 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:30 CBS - This Morning 5:00 Early Morning News 12:20 Home Shopping Class (PG) 11:00 The Martha Stewart Show (PG) 12:00 Hart To Hart (PG) 1:00 The Royal (PG v,a) 2:00 Movie: “East Of Sudan” (PG v) (’64) Anthony Quayle 4:00 Movie: “Run Wild, Run Free” (G) (’69) Stars: John Mills & Mark Lester 6:00 Gardeners’ World 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Heartbeat: A Chilly Reception (PG) 8:40 Vera: Silent Voices (M v) 10:40 Pie In The Sky (PG) 11:45 The Bill: Family Honour (M v) 1:00 Hart To Hart (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping (PG) 3:30 The Real Seachange

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:00 Batman (PG v) 9:30 Chowder 10:00 Power Rangers Samurai (PG v) 10:30 Winx Club (PG) 11:00 Auction Hunters (PG) 12:00 TMZ 12:30 Extra 1:00 The Bachelor (PG) 3:00 Monsuno (PG) 3:30 Power Rangers (PG) 4:00 Kid’s Weekdays (PG) 4:30 The Looney Tunes Show 5:00 The Block - All Stars 6:00 Total Wipeout UK (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Two & A Half Men (PG s,l) 9:00 Anger Management (M s) 9:30 Movie: “Toy Soldiers” (M v,l) 11:40 Two And A Half Men (M s) 12:00 Conan (M) 1:00 Hard Times Of RJ Berger (MA15+s) 1:30 TMZ 2:00 The Bachelor (PG)

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6:00 Pro Bull Riding 7:00 NFL: America’s Game 8:00 Basketball: NBL 12:00 Pat Callinan’s 4x4 Adventures 1:00 Omnisport 1:30 Gator 911 (PG) 2:00 Deconstruction 2:30 Fear Factor (PG) 3:30 Get Smart 4:00 Cops 4:30 Crash Course (PG) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Cops (PG s) 7:30 White Collar (M) 8:30 Burn Notice (M) 9:30 Blue Bloods Friendly Fire 10:30 Monster Jam 11:30 Expedition Impossible 12:30 Python Hunters 1:30 Megastructures 2:30 Omnisport 3:00 Pro Bull Riding 4:00 Golf: WGC Accenture Match

9:00 NBC Today 11:00 Mickey Spillane’s GEM 7:00 TV Shop 8:00 F Troop 9:00 TV Shop 11 7MATE Mike Hammer (PG v,s) 12:00 TJ Hooker 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) (M v) 1:00 Homicide: Life On The Street (M) 2:00 Panic Mechanics 2:30 Motor Mate 4:30 Dream Car Garage 5:00 Zoom TV 5:30 Pimp My Ride (PG) 6:30 American Dad (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG) 7:30 Ultimate Factories 8:30 Hardcore Pawn (M) 9:30 American Pickers (PG) 11:30 American Restoration (PG) 11:30 Rude Tube (M s,l) 12:00 Campus PD (M) 12:30 30 Rock (PG) 1:00 Homicide (M) 2:00 Home Shopping 3:30 The Real Seachange 4:00 TJ Hooker (M d)

Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show Prime7 6:00 [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21

ABC

The Midday Movie: “Seduced And Betrayed” (M a) (’95) Stars: Susan Lucci 2:00 Dr Oz: How Old Will You Be When You Die? (PG) [s] 3:00 Minute To Win It (PG) 4:00 The Zoo [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG a) – Marilyn tries to help Alf and Celia resolve their issues, 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG l) 8:45 Bones: The Diamond In The Rough (M) – The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of a professional ballroom dancer. 9:45 Grimm: Woman In Black (M v) – As Nick delves deeper into his life as a Grimm, a trail of grotesque murders reignites the search for the elusive gold coins. 10:45 Nazi Hunters Hunters: Joseph Mengele (M) 11:45 Up All Night: Daddy Daughter Time (PG) 12:15 Last Chance Learners (PG) [s] 1:00 Home Shopping

12:00 Movie: “A Walk To Remember” (PG l,a) (’46) Stars: Shane West 2:00 The Closer (M) 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 How Clean Is Your House (PG) 4:30 Zoo Juniors 5:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Customs (PG) 8:30 RPA (PG) 9:30 Cold Case: Jurisprudence (M) 10:30 Without A Trace (M v,l) 11:30 Southland (M v,l) 12:30 How Clean Is Your House (PG) 1:00 Dangerman (PG) 1:30 Friends (PG) 2:00 TV Shop 4:00 Nopalea 4:30 Religious Program

The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 News Now [s] 4:00 Alive & Cooking [s] 4:30 National News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 The WIN News Hour [s] 7:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) [s] 8:00 Hot Property (PG) 8:30 The Mentalist: Days Of Wine And Roses (M v) – The CBI team investigate the death of a young model who was a patient at an elite rehab facility. Lisbon intensifies her probe of multimillionaire Tommy Volker. 9:30 Footy Classified (M) 10:30 CSI: NY: Kill Screen (M v) 11:30 Extra [s] 12:00 WIN News Hour Late Edition [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 Dangerman: The Galloping Majorn (PG) 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News

ABC News 12:30 National Press Club Address 1:30 ABC News 2:30 Australian Story 3:00 Afternoon Live 5:15 Capital Hill 5:30 ABC News 6:00 The Drum 6:45 The Culture 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 Culture Quarter 11:00 ABC News 11:25 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:20 Lateline 1:00 BBC Impact 1:30 Newsline 2:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 3:00 BBC World News 3:30 The Business

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:00 Batman (PG) 9:30 Chowder 10:00 Power Rangers (PG v) 10:30 Winx Club 11:00 Total Wipeout UK (PG) 12:00 TMZ 12:30 Extra 1:00 The Bachelor (PG) 1:30 TMX 3:00 Monsuno (PG) 3:30 Power Rangers (PG) 4:00 Kid’s Weekdays (PG) 4:30 The Looney Tunes Show 5:00 The Block - All Stars 6:30 Two & A Half Men (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Survivor: Caramoan (PG) 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Revenge Of The Nerds ll: Nerds In Paradise” (M s,d,l) 11:30 Two And A Half Men (M s) 12:00 Conan (M) 1:00 Hard Times Of RJ Berger (MA15+) 1:30 TMZ 2:00 The Bachelor (PG) 12:00 Movie: “The Big Job” (G) (65) Stars: Sid James 2:00 Cold Case (M) 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 Surfing The Menu (PG) 4:30 Customs (PG) 5:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition (PG l) 8:30 Jo Frost: Extreme Parental Guidance (PG) 9:30 My Crazy Obsession (PG) 10:30 Hoarding: Buried Alive (PG l) 11:30 Friends (PG) 12:00 Footy Classified 1:00 Surfing The Menu (PG) 2:00 TV Shop 4:00 Nopalea

Victory: Battle For Coal [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Movie: “Fat City” (M a) (’72) Stars: Stacy Keach 2:05 Waterloo Road (PG) [s] 3:00 Children’s Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Grand Designs: Hereford [s] 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Catalyst: On The Road [s] 8:30 Making Couples Happy (M l) – The couples focus on repairing toxic communication styles. 9:30 The Midwives (PG) [s] – Follows the midwives on the Central Delivery Unit at St Mary’s Hospital in Manchester. 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] – Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day’s business and finance news. 11:30 Seven Ages Of Britain: Age Of Conquest [s] 12:30 The Clinic (PG) [s] . 1:25 The Da Vinci Shroud (M v) [s] 2:15 Big Ideas Sampler: Alain de Botton 2:30 NTFL: Wanderers Vs Palmerston

Music 6:15 Worldwatch 6:30 UEFA Champions League: AC Milan v Barcelona *Live* 9:05 Worldwatch 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: Gold of the Ninjas 6:00 Grand Tours of Scotland: The Sporting Life 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Food Safari [s] 8:00 Island Feast with Peter Kuruvita 8:30 Jerusalem on a Plate [s] – Internationally renowned chef Yotam Ottolenghi returns to his hometown of Jerusalem. 9:35 24 Hours in Emergency: A Good Life (M a) [s] – A 93-year-old man is brought in with life-threatening injuries. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:05 UEFA Champions League Hour 12:05 Movie: “The President’s Last Bang” (MA15+v,l) (’05) (In Korean/ Japanese) 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 Golf: WGC Accenture Match 10:30 M7 Multisport 11:00 NFL: America’s Game 12:00 Sport Science (PG) 1:00 Expedition Impossible (PG) 2:00 Deconstruction (PG l) 2:30 Fear Factor (PG) 3:30 Get Smart 4:00 Cops (PG d) 4:30 Crash Course (PG l) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 6:30 Get Smart 7:00 Cops (PG d) 7:30 Extreme Fishing (PG s) 8:30 An Idiot Abroad (M s) 9:30 Fast Forward: Funniest Send-Ups 10:30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? 11:30 24 (M v) 1:30 Deconstruction (PG l) 2:00 M*A*S*H 2:30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? 3:30 Omnisport

ABC2

Worldwatch News (All day SBS TWO 6:00 programs) 6:00 Globe Trekker:

9:30 Old School Neighbours 10:00 7th Heaven 11:00 The Love Boat (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG v,sn) 1:00 JAG (PG v) 2:00 Star Trek Voyager (PG v) 3:00 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 King of Queens (PG) 4:30 Family Ties (PG) 5:00 Happy Days 5:30 The Brady Bunch 6:00 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 Futurama (PG) 8:30 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG) 9:30 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG) 11:30 The Late Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET (PG) 1:00 Omg! The Insider 1:30 Happy Days 2:00 The Love Boat (PG)

ABC3

ABC News Breakfast 9:30 Business ABC 24 6:00 Today 10:00 ABC News Mornings 12:00

Bold & The Beautiful Encore 9:00 Judge Judy 9:30 Everyday Gourmet 10:00 Good Chef, Bad Chef10:30 Huey’s Kitchen On Tour 11:00 Bondi Vet (PG mp) [s] 11:30 Bondi Rescue (PG l,d) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) [s] 1:00 The Doctors (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Scope [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: Lisa Gets An A [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 American Idol (PG) [s] 9:30 Law & Order: SVU: Lesson’s Learned (M a) 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] 12:15 Late Show - David Letterman (PG 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 5:30 CBS - This Morning

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7:00 Children’s Programs 9:00 NBC Today GEM 8:00 Bewitched 8:30 F Troop 9:00 TV Shop 11 7MATE 11:00 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer (PG v,s) 12:00 TJ Hooker (M v) 1:00 Flash Forward (M) 2:00 Classic Racers (PG) 3:00 Motor Mate 4:30 Dream Car Garage 5:30 Nitro Circus Live (PG) 6:30 American Dad (PG) 7:00 How I Met Your Mother (PG) 7:30 Turtleman (PG) 8:00 Gator Boys (PG) 9:00 Rat Bastards (PG l) 9:30 Swamp People (PG) 10:30 Operation Repo (M) 11:30 Jail (M) 12:30 Campus PD (M) 1:00 30 Rock (PG) 1:30 TJ Hooker (M) 2:30 Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer (PG v)

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Barney’s Barrier Reef 11:05 Escape From Scorpion Island 11:35 Outback 8 12:00 BTN Extra 12:35 Rush TV 1:00 Pixel Pinkie 1:30 Fleabag Monkeyface 2:05 Almost Naked Animals 2:20 Rated A for Awesome 2:45 CJ The DJ 3:05 Don’t Blame The Koalas 3:35 Bindi’s Bootcamp 4:00 Gasp 4:20 Gawayn 4:35 Chop Socky Chooks 5:05 MI High 5:35 Iron Man 6:05 Star Wars (PG) 6:30 Young Dracula 6:55 Adventures Of Figaro Pho 7:10 You’re Skitting Me (PG) 7:35 Mal.com: Party On 7:50 Kaeloo 8:05 The Avengers 8:35 On The Edge

City Guide (PG) 6:35 Sarah Wiener in Italy: Veneto 7:30 Insight: Clear Cut 8:30 The School: Educating Essex (M l) – Sam and Gabby come from opposite ends of the academic spectrum, but both of them have been affected by bullying. 9:30 UEFA Champions League: Arsenal v Bayern Munich 11:00 Movie: “El Calentito” (MA15+ l,s,d,a) (’05) – A group of renegades find an oasis in a club called El Calentito. (In Spanish) 12:40 24 Hours In Emergency (M a,l) 1:35 Weatherwatch Overnight

3:00 UCI Track World Championships 2013: Day Today 9:00 Morning Summers Series 6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business 6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] WIN 6:00 (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 TEN 7:30 ET [s] 8:00 OMG! The Insider [s] 8:30 The ABC Today [s] 10:00 Jung In Europa 11:00 Infamous SBS 1 – From Minsk, Belarus. 6:00 Weatherwatch and

Home and Away 9:30 Sons & Daugh7TWO 9:00 ters 10:00 Coronation Street (PG) 10:30 GO! Head Of The Class (PG) 11:00 The Martha Stewart Show (PG) 12:00 Hart To Hart (PG) 1:00 The Royal (PG v,a) 2:00 Movie: “Harry & Walter Go To New York” (G) (’76) Stars: James Caan 4:20 Movie: “The Palomino” (PG a) (’50) Stars: Beverly Tyler 6:00 Gardeners’ World 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 The Royal (PG) 8:30 Rebus (M v,l) 10:10 Pie In The Sky (PG) 11:15 Dangerfield (M) 12:15 The Bill (M) 1:15 Hart To Hart (PG) 2:15 Designing Women (PG) 2:45 Gardeners’ World

9:30 Old School Neighbours 10:00 7th Heaven 11:00 The Love Boat (PG) 12:00 Charmed (PG v,sn) 1:00 JAG (PG v,a) 2:00 Star Trek Voyager (PG v) 3:00 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 King of Queens (PG) 4:30 Family Ties (PG) 5:00 Happy Days 5:30 The Brady Bunch 6:00 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 The Simpsons (PG) 8:00 Futurama (PG) 8:30 The Simpsons 9:00 Futurama (PG) 9:30 The Cleveland Show (M) 10:00 Bob’s Burgers (PG) 10:30 Frasier (PG) 11:30 The Late Late Show (PG) 12:30 ET (PG) 1:00 Omg! The Insider

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 4:05 Charlie & Lola 4:15 Bert & Ernie’s Great Adventures 4:30 Play School 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:20 Joe & Jack 5:45 Bananas In Pyjamas 6:00 Little Charley Bear 6:15 Mr Moon 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The Best Of River Monsters (PG) 8:40 The Hoarder Next Door (PG) 9:30 Cherry Healey: How To Get A Life (PG) 10:30 Red Dwarf (PG) 11:00 Teen Dad: Dougie (PG) 11:45 The Best Of River Monsters (PG) 12:35 Blood, Sweat & Luxuries (PG) 1:35 Stop << Rewind: Housing 1:55 ABC News Update

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 4:05 Charlie & Lola 4:30 Play School 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:20 Joe & Jack 5:45 Bananas In Pyjamas 6:00 Little Charley Bear 6:15 Mr Moon 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The Best Of River Monsters (PG) 8:35 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell 9:05 Set List (M l,s) 9:30 Peep Show (M l,s) 9:55 This Is Jinsy (M l) 10:20 Red Dwarf (PG) 10:50 Misfits (MA15+l,n,s) 11:45 The Best Of River Monsters (M l,s) 12:40 Party Down (M l,s,n) 1:05 The Fabulous Beekman Boys (M l) 1:30 Root of All Evil (M s) 1:50 ABC News Update 6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Barney’s Barrier Reef 11:05 Escape From Scorpion Island 11:35 Outback 8 12:00 BTN Extra 12:35 Rush TV 1:00 Pixel Pinkie 1:30 Fleabag Monkeyface 2:05 Almost Naked Animals 2:35 YooHoo & Friends 3:05 Don’t Blame The Koalas 3:35 Bindi’s Bootcamp 4:00 Gasp! 4:35 Chop Socky Chooks 5:05 MI High Kaeloo 5:35 Iron Man 5:55 Bugged 6:05 Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG) 6:30 Young Dracula 6:55 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho 7:10 Tower Prep 8:00 Star Wars: The Clone Wars 8:25 Dancing Down Under

Cyprus & Crete (PG) 6:35 Sarah Wiener in Italy: Umbria 7:30 UCI Track World Championships 8:30 UEFA Champions League Hour 9:30 Movie: “Wild Grass” (PG) (’09) – The lives of a single middle-aged dentist, and a happily married older man becomes inextricably intertwined after he finds her stolen wallet. (In French) 11:25 Movie “Wild Blood” (M s,v,d,l) (’08) – Italian actress, Luisa Ferida was accused of conspiring with the Fascists and was executed in 1945. (In Italian) 2:05 Weatherwatch Overnight

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

Animals & Accessories

Dorper Rams, white, good Antique Dining Setting, large shedders, average price, $200 extension table, 3-leaves, 6 chairs, cane inserts, sideboard, Ph 0447275737 Edenhope barley carving $7950ono Ph Ewe Lambs, Merino X Cheviot, 53582465 Stawell approx 4 months old, $60each Whethers also available Ph Arm Chair, antique, fully restored, excellent condition 0408059958 Stawell $400 Ph 53825774 Ferrets, $20each Ph 53928225 Café Stools, 6, PoonMings Grass Hay, 250 small squares Warracknabeal Café, 1940, $1000 Ph 0408501630 great order, $425 Ph 53826350 Harness, light delivery, collar or 0427210661 and haymes, breaching and bridle $1750 Ph 0449841702

Caravans

Caravans

2005 16ft Regent Crusader, roll out awning plus annex, single beds, 3 way fridge, microwave, R55050 $16,000 Ph 53941981

Caravan, Jayco Pop-top, 15ft, 1982, roll-out awning, new full annexe, single beds, VGC, P06178 $8250ono Ph 53836277 AH

2007 Jayco Destiny poptop, single beds, inner spring mattress, AC, microwave, 4-burner gas stove, TV, awning, reg, serviced, S34534 $22,500ono Ph 53569288 Camper Jayco Dove, pop top, 1984 with annexe, GC, rego 01/14, R21434 $5500 Ph 0408222466

Horse Drawn Gig, 10A shoes, brakes, 52 inch wheels circa 1910 $2000 Ph 044984702 Kelpie, red, male, make excellent sheep dog, 97810210052810, $150 Ph 55701235

Mare, Bay TB, 16.2hh, 11yo, ride or breed, race winner, suit exp rider, good nature $750 Ph Alpaca, female, from registered breeder, good rates Ph 0434672909 53847380 Mini Dachshunds Puppie, Alpaca, herd guards and x3, male pups, short hair, x1 pets, male and female black/tan,very cute and playful, available, prices vary 981000300584557, 88187, 23875, $800 each Ph Ph 0428852338 0425810285 Alpacas, breeding stock, pets and flock protectors, all Miniature filly, 12 months old, stock guaranteed, inspections pretty paint, not reg, $500 Ph welcome, delivery available Ph 0418851112 0427602773 Miniature Horse, cute, cuddly, *The Weekly Advertiser reserves the right to accept or refuse advertisements.

Antiques

Caravans

REDUCED Majestic Knight Single Axel, 17’ long, shower and toilet, battery pack, 3 way fridge, gas elec hot water, gas elec stove, roll out awning, single beds R95403 $28,000 Ph Caravan, Jayco, 2010, DB, 0417302688 18’ pop-top tandem, shower, toilet, A/C, heat, battery awning, Slide-on Camper, Millard annex, extras, shedded, 2 nights 1985, 3 berth, fridge, stove, use save thousands $34,500 Ph battery pack, GC $6500 Ph 53522977 0439797922

Camper Trailer, Cavalier, 2002, VGC, 6 berth, DB inner spring Cedar sideboard, EC, pick up mattress, tailgate kitchen, large Horsham $1750 Ph 0429398329 tent, awning and walls, 6’ x 7’ $6000ono Ph 53891377 Chaise Lounge, antique, Caravan, Roma pop-top, 2001, wicker back, castor feet $700 14ft, s/beds, back entry, EC, Ph 53825774 $14,990 Ph 53548223 Chest of Drawers, Antique Caravan, Windsor pop-top, Oak, five drawers, fully restored EC, r/o awning, microwave, $550 Ph 53825774 island double bed, $12,000 Ph Concave Picture Frames, 53562310 or 0400699039 $80ea Ph 0428324210 Camper Trailer, Jayco Swan, Federation Side Board and 6-8 berth, ideal introduction to caravaning, easily towed Oak Writing Desk $800 Ph 03 by adverage family car, fridge 53566369 and brakes overhauled, new wind up winch cable fitted, extended annex and bed end flys, 1983 model, GC with plenty of life left, rego till Compas 15ft Pop Up Caravan Feb 2014, B13670 $6000 Ph 1993, island double bed, 0419598432 wardrobes, hot plates, 3 way fridge, sink, plenty cupboard Camper Trailer, Outback, 2002, space, excellent condition, light 8x6 side kitchen, water tank, blue interior E27531 $15,000 heavy duty canvas, large tent Ph 0402302028 Robyn w/awning and sides, reg Dec Leadlight Secretaire Cabinet, 2013, $5000 Ph 53524554 Erin Pop Top Avan, 2003, with fitted writing desk, 1150mm DB, 3-way fridge, microwave Camper Trailer, sleeps 4, width, 1885 height, EC $800 Ph 4-burner gas grill, roll out heavy canvas, lots of extras, 0417558774 awning, annexe, extras, always R63683 $4500 Ph 0418584308 shedded, EC $22,500ono Ph 53825304 or 0408825354

Auger, Wheatheart, 36’ x 10’ self propelled, 25hp Honda, work light kit, good condition, $14,500 plus GST Ph 0428975294 Baler Class 85, VGC, Ph 0427957222

Rolant $4400

Boomspray, Jetstream work mate, 1000ltr tank, 12mtr boom, re-fitted with new hoses and sprays, pump renewed, foam marker, $1100ono Ph 0419366010 Windsor Caravan, one owner, A/C, 4 burner stove and griller, microwave, 3 way fridge, lovely interior of soft green, double bed, R.O awning and annex, , always shedded, EC $17,900 Ph 53826676 or 0428826676

CASE 1020 Flex Front, 30ft, c/w modified crary air reel, ideal for light crops, includes Batt reel, spare knife, 2 sets knife guards, EC, paddock ready, trailer available for harvest $18,700 Ph 0428910211

Windsor Windcheater 2000, 19’, double bed, battery and AC, roll out awning, full annexe, shower, light and weight, easy to tow N5339 $26,000 Ph 0415060314

CASE 1052 Draper Front, 36ft split deck, new drapers, hyd 3rd link, float optimiser, c section cutter bar, excellent condition, $44,000 Ph 0428910211

Clothes & Accessories Horsham West School uniform package, 7 shirts sized 10-12, as new, 8 long trousers, 2 bomber jackets, school backpack, library bag and reader pocket $100 Ph 53811258

Commercial Equipment

Commercial Black 3 glass door under bar refrigerator Gazal Pop-Top caravan, single cabinet, new cabinet with motor, axle, roll out awning, 2 single $2500ono Ph 53302008 beds stored undercover, selling Prime Mover, International for health reasons, $18,000 Ph S2600, 400 Cummins, 13 spd, 53822537 PTO bunk, AC, turn table, Hi-Ace 1980 pop-top camper, NNP882, semi tipper trailer fair condition OHZ724 $3000 Ph also available $25,000 Ph 0419323118 53566212

Caravan 1999 Roadstar, 12 mths rego, DB, 3-way fridge, gas stove and HWS, microwave, AC, shower and toilet, rollout awning, P32475 $33,000 Ph Jayco 2007 Expander, AC, 53922563 EC, annex flys, roll out awning, always shedded, S45774K $27,000ono Ph 53911772

Computers & Entertainment

Jayco Expander, 16’ pop top, Laptop Computer, 1BM, 12/05 build, 3-way fridge, roll out Think-Pad Core Duo, $150 Ph awning, inner-spring mattress 0428336397 Willaura $24,500 Ph 0419351246

Caravan, Evernew Poptop 1989, 3-way fridge, microwave, single beds, 2-burner gas stove and grill, TV antenna, full annexe, long rego, bonus cover valued at $300, $11,000ono Ph 53839288 or 0419558260

30’ Vortex Air Reel, excellent condition, $5500 plus GST Ph 0428975294

Boom spray, Hardi, 34,000L, Travel Home Mazda 20m Navigator, D/S foam, T3000 , runs well, serviced 16.9/30 tyres, hydraulics, lift regularly, YZP723 $10,000 Ph and fold $22,000inc ono Ph 0467602911 0427808601

Caravan, Legend, Parkview, 21 foot, full ensuite, as new, U25739 $48,000 Ph 0409583014

Alpacas, wethers 2, Edenhope friendly, brown and white, area $275 each Ph 0447275737 Yearling Gelding $650 Ph 0418516253 Arabian Filly, purebred, bay, should mature 15hh, solid type, Piglets, 12 weeks old, coloured, $100 each Ph 53871301 $1200 Ph 53542792 0447252515 Arp Gelding, True Burnt Buckskin, 3yo, eligible x 4 Pony, 12.2HH reg Welsh registration, well handled, Mountain, for sale or swap should mature 14hh, quiet, $2500 Ph 53891556 friendly, reluctant sale, prefer show home, $2000 Ph Pretty 12.2hh Grey Mare, approx 6 years, broken to 53542792 harness, good to catch shoe Bird cage, hexagon shape float, quiet but green, currently (6-sided), 2m H x 110mm W, all not in work, would make good accessories $250 Ph 53820411 child’s pony, suitable for pony or 0427820411 club, harness and show $2200 Birds, pied/yellow Kakariki’s, Ph 0457658502 Turks & hand raised Cockatiels, Puppies, Pomeranian X ring for more details Ph Jack Russell, 7 weeks Miners Couch, fully restored, 0408535515 old, 1 male, 1 female, good lovely piece, original wire base, Birds, mixed variety, from $10 natured pups, sable colour, $700 Ph 53562431 evenings Ph 0429410953 978102100043121, 42430 $400 Miners Lounge, $200 Ph Ph 53920243 Breeding Drake & 2 Ducks, 0428324210 Muscovy, 3 ganders, 1 Show Ram, White Suffolk, 2 years old, Sussex Rooster $155 for lot will proven breeder, Stawell $200 Singer Sewing Machine, deliver local Ph 53843207 made in 1873 w/cover, working Ph 0408059958 Budgies, for sale, various Rottweiler Pup, pure bred, order, hand operated, $450 Ph colours $15 each Ph 53827626 sold with vacc, worming, vet 53546222 Cavalier King Charles X checks, great looking dog, Wooden Moulding Planes, Pups, 1 Male, 1 Female, M/C- 1 male 6 months with some 35 in VGC $400ono Ph 986000008317705, 17916 $350 training well behaved, loves 0417507882 affection, looking for best friend, Ph 53522704 m/c- 978102100043099, POA Dorper Ewe Lambs, pure bred, Caravans Ph 0418570762 black faced, $90 per sheep Ph Saddlery, bridles and general 0427547636 Willaura 2003 Spirit Camper Trailer, as horse gear Ph 55701235 new , heavy canvas and tail Dorper Ewes, white, due to lamb April, good shedders $100 Steers, 5 x Angus Frisian gate kitchen P89984 $8000 Ph Ph 0447275537 Steers, $600 each Ph 53547531 0447398338

Farm Machinery

Jayco Hawk Campervan, 2002, in good condition, full length annexe with floor pole, front verandah and bed flys, light truck tyres, will sleep up to 5 people, $12,990 Ph 0438332847 Karen, Nhill

Farm Machinery

Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25ft finger reel, trailer, $15,000+GST Ph 0427861052 Kaniva Combine M.F, 20 row, $1500 Ph 0419389693 Combine Shearer, 27 run, trash culti drill, HD spring, edge on times, EC, always shedded $11,000inc Ph 0428211555 Cultivator Shearer Fieldspan 33’, $1100 Ph 0427957222 Field Bin, Ackland, 20tonne with bagger $2000 Ph 0409388611 Field Bin, Sherwell, 28T, GC $4000ono Ph 0427399912 Header Inter 725, hydro drive, low hrs, shedded with 3 fronts, ready to harvest $3300 Ph 53870522 Header, JD 6600 C/W 22ft open front bat reel, completely re-built and ready, good goer $15,000 Ph 53598254 Header, John Deere 7720 turbo, 2 speed drum, 30ft tyne, reel front & trailer, 3000hrs, smale plucker to suit $20,000+GST Ph 53808227 Header, John Deere 7720, 1988, EC, 30’ front, comb trailer 2608hrs, always shedded, choppers, hillside reverse feed, harvest ready, $18,000 Ph 53521782 I Tyre, 600/65 R 28 $1000+GST Ph 0408369685

1985 International T2670, with 22ft grain tipper, GC, QRTT, Inter 711 Header, 18ft comb great seed fertiliser truck, 5361F, with trailer, in good condition Ph $30,000+GST Ph 0428541522 50833496 AH


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Farm Machinery Inter 725 Header Hydrostatic, 20ft comb/15ft open front with comb trailers, in good condition Ph 50833496 AH

Thursday, February 14, 2013

For Sale

2 Plega Single Beds, 3ft x 6.8ft inchs, touch button controls, back and leg lift with inner spring mattress, EC, cost $4500 each Sell $3000 each Ph JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, 0447539415 dual speed drum, 230 front, comb trailer, GC $19,800ono 4hp Ariens RT424 tiller, motor, VGC, $570 Ph 0438504288 Ph 0428821394 Ararat John Deere Tractor, 8760, Air Conditioner, Cool 300HP, 24sp power shift, Air evaporative, $650 Ph 8000hrs, GC $35,000 inc Ph 0409565700 0428212996 Air Conditioner, Suzuki Kawasaki 250, green & sliver portable refrigerant, 9000 stockman, 20,000kms, new batt, B.T.U, quick sale, as new, cost elec start, vin: A000659 $2000 $800 sell $190 Ph 0438840235 Ph 0432401690 or 0439659862 New Holland 7840, FWA, FEL, bucket and forks, new tyres, VGC, 6400hours, $33,000 Ph 0408171375 Off Set Disc Shearer 606, 40 plate, $11000 Ph 0427957222 REDUCED Hay Shed, steel, for removal, 16m x 10m, $5500inc Ph 0438951101

REDUCED Header CAT Lexion 470R 204, 340hp, 30ft front and trailer, GPS yield mapping, Auto contour, 2080 cut hrs, ready for harvest, have retired, $165,000ono Ph 53541270 or 0427322006 REDUCED Truck, ACCO 2150/B, 1979, 555 Road Ranger 13spd, bogie drive, tipper and grain bulk, no RWC, 03886F, $25,000ono Ph 0429383050 or 53598250 Sheering Grinder, Heininger, x2 pendulum, aluminium disks, carry box, EC, 2yo $900ono Ph 0408544450 Silo, Sherwell 65 tonne, ground opening lid and sight glass $6200 Ph 53910230 Small square baler, M.F 124, GC $2900 Ph 0419389693 Spray Tank Hardy, 1600L, fibreglass, $650 Ph 0428837235 Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 26 spare chains, 3 spare bars, $750 Ph 53583326 Tank, 95,500ltr, galvanised maxi, 2” outlet and ball valve, ladder, lockable access hatch, plus extras $5500 Ph 0418304855 Tractor Tyres, rims and hubs x2, to suit MX Case, 620/70 R 42, 95% + $10,000 Ph 0408369685 Tractor, Lanz Bulldog, 1950 P Series, model- D8516, 40hp, shedded as a working tractor $25,000 Ph 0429335706 UD CWA 300, Marshall TM880 Spreader, Lister 3cyl spinner motor, GPS guidance, Bartlett ball $45,000+GST Ph 0408369685 Upper Cross Auger kit, to suit Macdon $5610 Ph 0428910211 Water cartage tank, rapid spray, 15400lts, can be reduced to any size down to 4200lts, with 4” camhock out let, retail $18,000, sale price $10,000ono Ph 0419323118 Horsham

For Sale 135 Litre HWS/LPG 2009 model, VGC $550ono Ph 0439309805

For Sale

For Sale

Cool Room, 6m long x 2.4 high x 2.4 wide, pallet door, 5 1/2 years old, EC, $10,000 Ph 53913197 after 6pm

Model Trains, 1 special edition caterpillar set H.O scale, 1 F7 Loco DC, plus 5 wagons & a 966G log grabber on a flt car, all units are die cast $250 Ph Corrugated iron, 9 sheets, less 53581603 than half price Ph 0408306453 Model Trains, 1 Digi Trax DCC, Dimplex Refrigerated Air Zepher set with transformer Cooler, reverse cycle, portable, $190 Ph 53581603 as new, $550 Ph 53596260 or Model Trains, 1 galloping 0439855993 goose concor DCC & sound Display Booth, 3m x 3m, perfect H.O scale $190 Ph 53581603 for field days, light and easy to assemble, one person to set Model Trains, Ahearn Genesis up, includes portable lockable Super Chief Set H.O Scale, show case, metal halide lighting, 2F7 A units, 2B units, 1 Loco plenty advertising space, fold DCC & Sound, 1Loco DC, Plus down to flat 4 easy to handle 8 Pullman coaches $400 Ph Air Hockey Table, Haleoc, panels, only $550 Ph 53811333 53581603 1500ml x 750ml, GC $200ono BH Motocross Gear, junior Leet Ph 53911772 Double Horse Float, Franklin, Brace, kids size 6 Alpine Star Aluminium TOA Trailer, Borcat all new tyres, registered, fair white boots, size 30/32 jersey 32’ x 6’6” tri-axle, tare 6.5 condition, J62305 $3500 Ph and pants, size 34 jersey and pants $200 the lot, will separate tonne, roll tarp, service history, 0418792512 Ph 0408380877 Nhill excellent order $33,000inc Ph Elec lift chair, navy leather, 53931228 or 0419025984 cloth cover, on wheels, $700 Ph Nerine Bulbs, plant now for an Autumn display, several Beanie Kids, complete 0402632058 collection over 90, mint varieties, competitive prices Ph condition, will not separate, Embroidery Thread, 2500 53542542 or 0409803298 can supply listing of bears if yarns, many colours, 5 for $50 Nikko Stirling Telescopic required, $995 Ph 53827878 AH Ph 0458231262 Sight, 4x32 $100 Ph 53582111 Bed, electric lift and mattress, Friends Videos, series 1-6, Noritake (Evansdale) dinner elec blanket, underlay, hardly on 36 videos, comprising 140 set, excellent condition, 8 shows, plus British special, plus used $1200 Ph 53566302 100 popular movies $125 the lot settings, 56 pieces, $400 Ph Pomonal 53825283 Ph 53583819 Bed, futon, queen size innerspring mattress $400 Ph Furniture, Hardwood study desk $20, Pine coffee table $100 53822911 pick up only Ph 0407357985 Bench Seats, flip up, 4 seats Gas stove 4 burner, large oven, per row, $30 Ph 0408557603 Bicycle, $50 Ph 0405348757 Bottling Kit, steriliser, thermometer, 30 mixed Golf Clubs, men’s, RH Callaway jars, clips and lids $60 Ph driver, Brosnan Woods and Outdoor Jarrah Table setting, 0432635701 irons $150 Ph 0428530908 beautifully handcrafted, seats 8 Bricks, second hand, red solid, Grill, Sunbeam reverser, 240 adults comfortably, $1000 Ph 0429909290 qty 300, $210 Ph 0429824219 volt $50 Ph 53581862 Hay, Oaten, $6 Ph 53891504 Dimboola Hay, small bales, clover, oats and vetch, top quality, suit horses Ph 0429954795 Hot water service, new, electric, Rheem 315L $600 Ph Palm Tree for sale for removal at buyers expense, price is 53564502 negotiable Ph 0447362925 Bricks, very old, solid reds, Hot Water Service, Volken clean, on pallets of 400, $400 mains pressure electric, 50 Pea Straw/Garden mulch, Ph 0418529907 litres, 5 1/2 years old, EC $400 weed free, $5 delivered Horsham area Ph 0407011084 Buggy Twister, Good Goer $500 Ph 53913197 after 6pm Ph 0427957222 House bricks, 2500, s/hand, Pool Table, solid base and sticks and Café Tables and Chairs, clean, ready to lay, $2000ono fold up legs, balls included, GC $180 Ph EC, 50 black Bentwood Style Ph 0418535801 chairs, 5 rectangle tables, 15 Hydraulic Hose Crimper, 0407972090 round tables $6,000ono Ph done little work, comes with Pot Belly Stove, complete with 0412936307 some fittings $4000ono Ph flue and capping, VGC $600 Ph 0438504288 Ararat Caravan Antenna, Easy 0419833324 Tune, remote controlled, near Kayak, emotions exhilarator, Pump, electric start, diesel, high new, half new price, $150 Ph 1yo, very stable, VGC $750 Ph volume, 80mm, new, inc battery, 0428631283 $450 Ph 0428336397 Willaura 0418458569 Carpet, near new, top quality Kitchen, wall oven, hot plates, wool, approx 120 square over head cupboards etc, metres, RRP $4800, sell $2800 $1200ono Ph 53825623 AH Ph 53823092 Large Corner T.V Unit, on castors, with above shelf for DVD/Austar, suit 42” T.V $300ono Ph 0447539415 Life Jackets, 5 in EC, waders in Pump, Hardi 1203/9, coupled to Honda 5hp motor w/gear EC $150 Ph 0419505737 reduction, max pressure, Case 460 Chain Trencher, 2000 model, 27hp Kubota Lister ball bearing milk 15bar/220PSI delivering 90lts diesel engine, hydrostatic drive, separator, Darsley England per/min $650 Ph 0428336397 Willaura 4WD and 4 wheel steer, good $700 Ph 53546222 chain with tungsten faced teeth, Makita 3612 12mm Plunge z-way backfill blade, eng no Router, VGC $210 Ph 53881238 Quanity of second hand corrugated iron, various V1505WH1099 EC, $15,000 plus GST Ph 0427873578 Mariner Outboard, long-leg, lengths $400 the lot Ph 15hp, elec start, ec, very little 53911989 Phyllis Russel use $1800ono Ph 0407737659 Queen size doona, pure Cast Iron Bath, second hand, excellent condition, best offer Mattress, Captain Snooze, wool, mini jumbuck $100 Q/size, luxury zone, extra Ph 53821468 or 0418370933 Ph 53824219 support to spinal area $300 Ph Rain Water Tank, Gal, 5800ltrs, Chainsaw, Mill McPherson 53524062 VGC, RHS tank stand $450ono type, GC, $300 Ph 53548241 Mens Hensalite Bowls, in Ph 0428820708 Chainsaw, Stihl 028, super solid leather case $75ono Ph Red Gum, split footwood, 51cc, 16 inch bar, one owner, 0439101170 ready to pick up, $80 cubic mint condition, workshop and field tested, 3 months warranty, Mobility Scooter, going well mtr. Murphy’s wood yard Ph 0408546028 $1000 Ph 53581100 $550 Ph 0439723289

For Sale

For Sale

Household Items

REDUCED Rotary Hoe, Hassett heavy duty, forward, reverse gear, Honda motor, 6.8hp, new blades $1000ono Ph 0407425689

Tent, Ozetrail, used for markets 4pce lounge setting, 2 x inc. 4 walls 3mx3m $180 Ph 3-seater couches, 2 x recliner chairs, upholstered in blue 53823369 embossed fabric, VGC, leather Timber , Oregan, 10inch x 2inch recliner, deep brown $1000 Ph x 54m, 8 inch x 2 inch x 36m, 53844274 $1000 Ph 0419505737 Air conditioner, refrigerated Timber Beams, Laminated, portable Nobo Cool, EC, hardly 525mm x 80mm x 7.2m used, view in Horsham $600 Ph $450ono Ph 53582111 53836378 Timber Window, second hand, 1 fixed pane/2 sashes, 2693 REDUCED Trailer, any use, long x 1268 high, GC $400 Ph tailor made to house amazingly 53581173 AH safe fishing/recreation boat, Timber, American Pine, folding trailer with separate fuel compartments, folding draw excellent building material for bar, lifting lid that can have the handyman, various sizes worth boat on top, the ultimate holiday $2000, sell $600 the lot Ph Bed, with trundle, Blondwood ‘High Rise’, lots of storage, and weekender, only take the 53581825 toys or tents you want out the Toilet, Roma, white, s-trap, pull out desk and keyboard rest gets locked up, instant unused, worth $159, sell $80 Ph shelf, 1 innerspring and 1 foam mattress, can be dissembled fo roll out kitchen on wheels, 53583661 transport $600 Ph 53582111 fantastic and rare set up, TORO Wheel Horse ride on pristine condition, more pictures Bed, Plega adjustable, double, available, Boat is perfect for mower, 212.5 model, 12hp with head/leg lift $2900 Ph local waterways, can carry in motor, GC $1000 Ph 53982486 0428991202 pieces to hidden waterways, Trailer, tandem, 10’x5’, heavy Bed, QS, 2 side cabs, 7 piece full rig, 15hp OB, sounder and duty $1600 Ph 0427523317 dining, all as new, will sep $750 all safety gear, 4 door trailer, Ph 53882274 Trampoline, childrens, good elec brakes, 2 compartments one for boating gear (inc condition $75 Ph 53595285 or Chair, elec lift, recliner, salmon motor and trailer), 2 fuel store 0429200566 colour $700ono Ph 0457329903 areas, made for each other, Traps, Vermin pests, deterrence Chair, Oscar electric lift, EC, Boat- KH605, Trailer- S95831 and lures, environmentally $800 Ph 0429954795 $12,000 Ph 0419553163 friendly $95 Ph 0418584308 REDUCED York Gym set, EC Twister Buggie, 150cc, GC $100 Ph 53582492 $1500 Ph 0427913221 REDUCED! Hydraulic Landing Ute Mate Campervan, 3-way Legs for Semi Trailer, with fridge, gas stove, 240 and 12 wheels, $400 Ph 0419323118 volt, VGC $2500 Ph 53912028 Ride On Mower, Greenfield or 0423762270 30”cut, brand new motor and Wall Oven, electric, Everhot battery $2000 Ph 0458681119 $160 Ph 0427523317 Ride on mower, Masport, Childs matching desk, chair 11/30, minimum hours, EC Warne winch, M8274-50, and bookcase in peach and new $3000, sell $1000 Ph $1500 Ph 53911290 cream $300 Ph 0418175930 0408306453 Ride On Mower, White Cruise Matic, 38” cut, 12 HP $2000 Ph Washing Machine, Simpson, 6kg, top loader, $200 Ph 0458681119 0418519194 ROK Electric Vacuum Blower, never used, still in box $100 Ph 0447539415 Safe, large, fireproof, 770x500x530, near new, must sell $699ono Ph 0447380293 Stawell Scooter, Superior 4, EC, with custom made canopy and new batteries $3999 Ph 53581723 or 0429406058

Childs matching desk, chair and bookcase, plus matching dressing table with mirror and side table in purple and cream $530 Ph 0418175930

Weeping Lily Pilly’s, x30, evergreen shade tree or screen plant, mature approx 5 metres, between 70cm and 130cm, $12 EC $350 Ph Ph 0428504913

Single bed, trundle, white metal, $160 Ph 0427630051 Sofa Bed, 0429238478

Wood stove, Stanley Agar, flue Stove, Simpson Nova, $80 Ph kit, GC, HW jacket $900 Ph 53824038 0448009803 AH Table top Arcade Machine, 21” high resolution VGA Monitor, 3 side - 2 player, flip Household Items screen function, 1066 games including Donkey Kong, Galaga, Frogga, Pacman, Street Fighter 2 mahogany bedside cabinet, etc, free credit button, ideal 1 drawer, 1 door, $100ea Ph Christmas gift, $1499 to arrange 53810332 an inspection Ph 0438981153 2 Patchwork quilts, 185 x Ballarat 335cm’s, green/apricot tones,

Childs matching desk, chair, bookcase and side table in blue and cream, $330 Ph 0418175930 Clothes Horse, 53581862

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Couch, brown, micro fibre, 3 months old, as new, $350 Ph 53581320 or 0409582273 Stawell

Tent, Blackwolf Mojave SG6, as liberty print, $160 Ph 53825338 Couch, Oscar Furniture, new $350 Ph 0437009711 or 0408334910 3-seater, pinstripe, ideal for student accom, $200ono MUST Garage Sale SELL Ph 0408313004

GARAGE SALE • Pool table • Baby needs • New timber • Boys bike • Gates • Steel • Colourbond Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th, February – 8am to 5pm each day

9 George Mitchell Square, Stawell

Dickwick Magnet, queen-size, EC $100 Ph 0448825609 or 53810390 Dining Setting, 7 piece, pine timber, GC $400 Ph 53825463 Dining Suite, mahogany table, 6 black genuine leather high-back chairs, excellent condition, cost $2750, sell $1200 Ph 0409405629 Horsham Dining Table, 7 piece, timber, cloth seats, as new $420 Ph 53911617


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Household Items

Electric Cooktop, Chef, and electric wall oven, only 15 months old, hardly used, as new, $450 the pair Ph 0418582048 Fridge/Freezer, Sharp frost free, 412 litre, 14.8 cub/ft, EC $400 Ph 53522305 Ararat Household Package, TV unit, dining table, pinto chairs, 3 drawers lowboy Ph 53822256 or 0429822256

Kitchen, blackwood pantry, drawers, plenty below bench and overhead cupboards, sink, EC $1500ono Ph 53820709 or 0400811897 Lounge Room Suite, 3 piece, 2x electric recliner chairs, 3 seater couch with both ends electric recliners, chocolate in colour, velour-like fabric $1800ono Ph 0428922335

REDUCED Childs 8pc Bedroom Suite, including trundle, desk and book cases $275 Ph 0428991202 Sealy Posture Premier double mattress, bought brand new, but not required $550 Ph 0428975203 Stools, Bar/kitchen x2, cedar stain, country style, high backs, swivel seats, as new, no marks, $120 pair Ph 0409405629 Horsham Television low-line unit, mahogany stain, cupboard with shelving each end, shelf & 2 drawers down middle, as new, no marks, beautiful style/look, 1650mmLx700Hx500D, $450 Ph 0409405629 Horsham Timber Entertainment Unit, with shelving and cupboards $80 Ph 53812461 or 0409812461

Boat, brand new Hunter Marine v-nosed punt and gal trailer, 15hp Honda 4-stroke motor warranty end 2016, new rod holders, fish finder and life jackets, carpet floor R27054 $8000ono Ph 0427816202

Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm 2003, 7,600Kms, BR594, new tyres, RWC, $8,800 Ph 0428941264

REDUCED Kawasaki ER6F 2008, 650CC, Black, immaculate, rego till June ‘13, done 3500kms, original condition for $6000 Ph 0408397279 Suzuki 400 Quad Bike, 2WD, 600kms, as new condition $5500 Ph 53595285 or 0429200566 Suzuki DS80, 1990 model, GC, VIN: DC13A100738 $1000ono Ph 0427801969

Trailer, multi roller boat trailer, to suit 15-18ft boat, new tyres, 2 stage winch, $1500neg Ph 53524062 Suzuki RMZ 250, 2010, 2 hours use from brand new, perfect condition will not disappoint, $5900ono Ph 53812373 or 0412897704

TTR 125L Yamaha, 2008, elec start, little use, very good condition, VIN: E349E050039 $3200 Ph 0439390356

Buell XB9R Firebolt, 2002, Yamaha 650 V-Star Classic, 29000km , VGC, Long reg, GD854,$7800 Ph 0407636449 1st registered Feb 2012, 4400kms, immaculate condition, CBR250 RR, purple and yellow, Vance-Hines pipes, pack rack, reg Aug 2013, low kms, VGC back rest, jacket and helmet BP147 $3300 Ph 0427094601 included, IF6MB $8500 Ph 0418595257 Boat, 3.4m aluminium, Mariner 8hp OB, trailer, oars and other Yamaha Thunderace extras, GC, FK289, A96391 YZF1000R, 1997, RWC, reg $2000 Ph 53823270 Dec 13, VGC, regrettable sale, Boat, 4.65 King Fisher Bayrider, CQ450 $4800 Ph 0409551122 60hp Mercury, canopy, marine Harley Davidson FXDC, 2010, TT600, 1987, radio, GPS fish finder, Vic rego, Superglide custom, gloss black, Yamaha always shedded, very nice brand new, 11km, $4000 extras, 17,000kms, GC for age, $1500 Ph boat, EC, HB431 $14,000 Ph VIN: 5GD1GV4G04C328126, unregistered 53882274 0427816202 $30,000 firm, Ph 0470125514 Ararat Boat, 3.4m aluminium tinny, Bermuda 340 Discovery, JV marine trailer, 15hp Yamaha motor, walk on trailer, eagle fish finder, tonneau cover, $4500 Ph 53524351 or 0439624351

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Honda CBR250, 2011, red, low kms, reg March 2013, IA3BZA $4200 Ph 53583239

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Tyres X 4, Toyota, 5 s-stud, 7.5 2006 Hyundai Getz 5dr Manual or 16”C Dunlop SP road gripper, Hatch, 75,000km, excellent as new $550 Ph 0427523317 condition, silver in colour, full service history UAY266 $7500ono Ph 0438754255

Motor Vehicles Under $3,000

205 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, manual, red, 30,000kms, immaculate, one owner, 7-Seater Mazda Wagon, vin JMOLV/OE100100594 $500 Ph UGK606 $9,000 inc RWC Ph 0447398338 0404157484

Daihatsu Pyzar, 1995 auto, 165,000kms, economical, spacious, small car, ideal for around the town, OWJ684 $3500 Ph 53524082 or Holden Rodeo, 97 model, 0428535092 2.8TD space cab, BB, TB, no RWC, no rego, VIN: Ford AU Tickford XR8, sedan, J A A T F S 5 5 H V 9 1 0 0 9 1 5 black, auto, dual fuel, sunroof, neat, tidy, well cared for car, $2000ono Ph 0427823062 220,000kms KGD158 $5500 Hyundai Excel, 1998, manual, with RWC Ph 0421769444 low kms, new clutch, GC, RWC, OYL051 $3000 Ph 0419132137 Ford AU Ute, 5lt, V8, auto, EC, t/windows, tbar, new tarp, Mags, Ford Jellybean Aunger, or 0408132137 blue, ABS brakes, 1 owner, 4- 14x8, EC, stored 25 years, service history, RWC, QID050 $250ono Ph 0418529907 $10,000ono Ph 0409960765 89 Lancer GLX, 119,000kms, no RW, GC VIN: JMFCA2H41KJ006421 $600ono Ph 0429163455

Ford Fairmont Sedan, 1997, auto, blue, 225,000kms, t/bar, dual fuel, gas fitted Nov 2009, 12 months rego with RWC, Hyundai Lantra, AC, PS, ideal first car or cheap to run 177,680kms, needs head family car, XIP138 $3750ono Ph Mags, HSV 4 - 18x8, excellent gasket, will supply kit, # 0410017969 Ph Ford Fairmont sedan, EL condition, new tyres, REDUCED G4C8M711690 $500 0418529907 $1500ono Ph 0418529907 1998, VGC, RWC, TB, AC, reg Hyundai Sonata, 94, Jan 2014, new tyres, RPZ205 silver, 245,000kms, VIN: $3950ono Ph 0447380293 K M H D F 2 1 F P S U 2 4 2 8 7 2 Stawell $1800ono as is Ph 0437964166 Ford Falcon Forte, wagon, Amanda 2000, new tyres and exhaust,

Motor Vehicle Accessories

Mags, VR Clubsport, 4 -17X7.5, MUST SELL Toyota Corolla, excellent condition, new tyres, 1993, no reg, runs well, eng no: 4A917168 $1000ono Ph $800 ono Ph 0418529907 0438523758 Mazda Motor E5, factory reco, never used, $500ono Ph Nissan Navara ‘97 Cab Chassis Ute, 2x4 petrol, steel 0417507882 tray, good tyres, for wrecking, Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and VIN: JN1ACGD21A0406374 roll bars, suits GLX-R model, $900 Ph 50837259 blue, EC $1500 Ph 0434557919 REDUCED Mazda, Utility, REDUCED Wrecking 1988 1987, B2000 cab plus, 5 speed, Nissan Patrol Wagon 4x4, reg March 2013, good tyres, complete minus motor and tbar, PFO426 $1250ono Ph gearbox $600 Ph 0411419516 0402027023 Rolling Chassis, Ford F100, REDUCED Peugeot GL 504, 1973, 3” dropped I-Beam 76 model, auto, air cond, front axles, 9” diff $3000 Ph recon motor, original books 0407350834 AZH163 $1950 Ph 53569340 or 0412482521

Ford Mag Wheels, 4xRoh, tyres and rims, 225/50ZR16, 95% tread $600ono Ph 0458681119

Ford Falcon MKII Wagon, 2005, auto, CC, AC, cargo barrier, EC, TLQ299 $7000ono Ph 53470285 Ford Laser Sedan, auto, 2001, silver, electric windows, driver air bag, rear spoiler, 5 months rego, lady driver, one owner, immaculate condition, excellent student vehicle $7000 Ph 0428810289 Liz Ford Laser SR sports, 2001, 5spd manual, silver, RWC, long rego, excellent condition QSF141 $6500 Ph 53820735 Ford laser, 2002 hatch, auto, RWC, mags, GC, RLY598 $5990ono Ph 0400 859549

Toyota Corolla, 1991, reg March 2013, auto, AC, GC, EMO871 $900ono Ph 0428530908 Toyota Corolla, 1993, no reg/ RWC, manual, runs well, engine Set of 4 Commodore mags no: 4A9165134 $800ono Ph Ford Marlin Space Cab, 20inch, new low profile tyres EC 0409562464 230,000km, auto, good tyres, $800 Ph 0438311775 RWC, ROK159 $6600 Ph Side steps, aluminium x 2, 0428375775 and cargo barrier to suit “100” Gemini SL, 1982, 50,000kms, series Land cruiser, $250 Ph local owner, original, EC, 53585089 or 0429200566 eng no: 164356Q $4800 Ph Tool Box canopy metal, to suit 53911290 6x4 trailer, ladder rack with shelf $250 Ph 0458681119 Toyota Dyna RU12 SWB The Weekly Advertiser Tow bar for BA-BF sedan, 2-Ton, inc Tieman, 1000lb lift, welcomes your advertising. rated 1600kg auto, 1200kg runs well, QRL326 $3000ono We are required strictly by law Ph 0418529907 to include specific information manual $200 Ph 0400917978

Honda CRF150, 2006 model, Alloy wheels, Toyota Corolla excellent condition, girl rider, conquest, 16inch rims x 4, barley ridden, well looked after brand new, $395 Ph 53562414 $3000 Ph 0427371902 Canopy Ute Back to suit std tray, near new cond, $1800 Ph Trades/boat Steel Full Length Roof Rack, for std Ute tray, 0418535801 heavy duty,3.3mtrs x 1.37mtrs ED LSD, 3.27 Ratio, VGC $400 Ph 50837259 $150ono Ph 0428820708

Honda CRF250R, competition dirt bike, excellent condition, $6500 Ph 53810096 Horsham

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reg Jan 2014, Mazda 323, 1981, goes well, RWC, spare motor, VIN: FA4UV554844 176,000kms, RGT973 $5800 Ph 0429859890 or 53910220 $200 Ph 0413716718

2x4 325, in VGC, one owner, little use $3900 Ph 0428504913 Boulevard C50 Cruiser, Suzuki, fuel injected V-Twin, red 2006 model, low kms, as new, many extra, FO852, $7500ono Ph 0428852338

Motor Vehicle Accessories

Motorbike, PW50, 2004, one owner, $1100 Ph 0447345085 Hard Top, MGB good order, REDUCED Honda CRF 150, Manton, small wheel Moto X , very has been stored 30 years, low hours, never raced, VGC, $1000 Ph 0418529907 Holden 308 red motor, turbo $3000ono Ph 0408311257 pattern, fresh rebuild, comes with Turbo 350 gearbox $2000ono Ph 0400048550

Suzuki GSX250F Across, red, 2100kms, just had full service, Savage Jabiru Pro, 4.4mt, front fork seals replaced, 30hp Honda 4-stroke engine, EC BV122 $2100ono Ph low hrs, new Dunbier trailer, 0429909221 Horsham VGC, boat reg FF332, trailer reg T43402 $11,500 Ph 53595285 or 0429200566

Motorcycles

540 Savage Bluewater, 90hp Evenrude E-tec, weather cover, VHF radio, GPS, sounder, Bimini, rod rack, anchor winch, Lounge, blue, 5 seat, with gal trailer, Vic rego, VO3694 corner glass table, in good $25,500 Ph 0400820051 condition, $300 Ph 0438332847 Boat, 2007, Stacer 519SVS Karen, Nhill Sea Master Boat, Mercury 90 Optimax motor, with Stacer Oven, easy cook health oven, V-loader trailer, very low hours, large model $50 Ph 53581862 boat and trailer rego until Nov 2013, B- LA729, T- S21221 $30,500inc or ono Ph 53882248 AH

Queen Bed, 2 side tables, new condition $600ono Ph 53820411 or 0427820411

Motorcycles

Marine

Lounge Suite, Janda, 3-seater, 2 chairs, floral pattern, GC $500 Ph 0429826937 Hopetoun

Queen Bed frame, timber, slat base, no mattress $300 Ph 0418330680

Marine

Catamaran, cheap, Alpha Omega 4.5mtr, trapeze, race TV Cabinet, leadlight doors, rigged w/ trailer, C50/253 $2950 Victorian pine design, Ph 53566236 2000x1450x500 $600 Ph Kayak, Dagger Halifax 5m, sea 0407434003 kayak, rudder, skirt, ideal ocean/ Twin Single Bed/Bunks, timber river, VGC $1195 Ph 53840264 and wrought iron, slat base, rails and ladder, inc mattresses, Kayak, 10ft dancer perception EC $300 Ph 53941075 or single racer, $350ono Ph 53881231 or 0427944568 0417148424 Kayak, 2.8m Zambesi inflatable Wall unit/dresser, pine, 4 kayak, pump and carry bag, as drawer, 2 cupboards, 2 shelves, new, $260 Ph 53840264 220H, 150W, 52D, 1 off piece, built by a cabinet maker, $350 Qunitrex 385 Explorer, 20HP Mercury Motor, dunbier Ph 0427182015 trailer, Garmin fish finder, new Wardrobe, veneer, 2050h x canvas cover, fully carpeted, 2200w x 600d, 6 doors, inc 2 safety gear, rod holders, spare mirrors, 3 draws, $200ono Ph wheel, swivel seats, 5 months 0439610481 rego, boat rego MC899, trailer rego S95511 $6000 Ph Chris 0429908895 Jeparit

12’ Savage Boat, with 8hp Lounge Suite, leather, 2 x Mercury motor, with travel two seater lounges and 1 chair, covers, VGC, inc fish finder, oars and many extras AT648 VGC $750ono Ph 53826584 $2800 Ph 0408222466 Lounge Suite, cream genuine leather, 3 seater, 2 chairs, brand 50hp 4-stroke motor, Yamaha, new, hardly used, beautiful style/ tiller steer electric start/tilt, look, cost $3500, sell $1950 Ph $4500ono Ph 0429821238 0409405629 Horsham

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Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000 1949 Ford Perfect Utility, partly restored, eng no: E186580 $5000ono Ph 0438021755 2002 Magna Sedan, 144,500kms, reg until Aug 2013 with RWC RRO581 $6500ono Ph 53584911 AH 53582315

2005 Kia Pregio GS Van, 2.7litre Diesel, 5 speed man, Gearbox conversion, Ford A/C, pwr steering, windows ED T5, gearbox, bellhaising, Trailer, Heavy Duty with tank with bars all round, Exc Cond, flywheel, clutch, tail shaft and 5.5hp pump inc hoses 184,500km Gen reason for sale, $500ono Ph 0428820708 UDR074 $7900 Ph 53581246 $4400 ono Ph 0418529907

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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

Motor Vehicles over $20,000

Holden Astra, 2001, manual, silver, local car, low kms, RWC QVF654 $7500ono Ph 0447398338

Classic Car 1964, red ford fairlane compact, 289 motor, restored 6 years ago, no rego, no RWC, plenty of extras, ENG# V702396P $12,000ono Holden Commodore VXII, Ph 53585526 2002, wagon, dual fuel, RRZ713 Ford Falcon BA XR6, 2003, $3600 Ph 0429001430 auto, dual fuel, inj gas, AC, t/ Holden Vectra, 1997, auto, 12 bar, 140,000kms, GC, SFD633 months rego, RWC, PSN267 $11,900 Ph 50833509 $3200ono Ph 0428504885 Holden Astra, CDX Coupe, Holden VX Commodore, 2006, silver, leather interior, Equipe wagon 2001, auto, auto, alloy wheels, t/wind, white, TB, 116,300kms, VGC, full options, EC, 58,000kms, 6H8VXK35AIL741815 QZR370, UUI819 $12,500 Ph 53852687 $7000 Ph 53823369 Holden Berlina, 2007, sedan, Honda Prelude VTIR, manual, auto, 60,000kms, registered 1997 plate, 95000kms, one and RWC, silver, XAH814 owner/driver only, service book $18,990ono Ph 0428851853 available, suit first car buyer, RWC of course, ZHZ466 $5888 Holden Commodore VE SV6, 2007, red, auto, good tyres, Ph 53825855 for test drive 117,000kms, EC, WBE958 HZ One Tonne, WB Statesman $17,500 Ph 0429919296 front, 308 on dedicated gas, twin gas tanks. Supra 5 speed gear box, HD clutch, 9in LSD, 12 months reg, FZI013 $7000ono Ph 0408324225

Mitsubishi Van, 2005, dual fuel, rego until Jan 2013, THS083 $8900 Ph 53583474 Nissan Pulsar, 2003, champagne colour, manual, reg until Feb 2013, RWC, t/ wind, mags, excellent ladies car 163,000kms, ULB928 $6500ono Ph 0408436285 Nhill Pulsar Q 1993, unregistered, economic runabout, needs work, runs ok, vin- F4FN14MOE18655 $600 Ph 0438311910 REDUCED Mazda SP20, 2002, sports hatch, auto, black, RWC, EC, 106,000kms, RHB412 $9500 Ph 0418365147

REDUCED Toyota Corolla CSI, 4 door sedan, 1999, new tyres, manual, pristine condition, 6 months rego, ideal uni car, RYB430 $3900ono Ph 0438172837 or 53582836

Sound & Vision

Bass Amp, Gallien Krueger, 400RB combo, 15in, with back liner, 4 x 10 bin, near new condition, $1200 Ph 0428837235

Digital karaoke Juke Box for sale (or hire), digital, LCD screen, from $1800 Ph 0419563479

Home Theatre System, Flute, Ebony Body, silver Sony Bravia 55” LCD TV, headjoint, original Rudolf uebel Sony HT-DDW7600 control 1987 Hino FF197L, $1000 Ph 53548241 centre, AMP and 7.2 speakers, 481,348kms, 6-cyl turbo, Flute, original Yamaha, 2nd tubles tyres, 6.7m beaver tail hand, YFL245 Japan, very good Samsung Blu-ray, BD-C5100, the lot for $1500 Ph 53524767 tray, 5mm flat floors, hyd bifold $350 Ph 0438328693 ramps, reco eng, new clutch, Surround Sound System, JBL LED lights, GC, WOW919 Leem, multiple amplifier, KA252, speakers, Pioneer amplifier, as new $600 Ph 50841281 $26,400 Ph 53992203 replacement cost $4400 sell $2500 Ph 53822911 1999 Mercedes CLK Elegance, 4.3L V8 2 door coupe, silver, TV, plasma, 42”, stereo sound sunroof, 6 stacker CD, excellent remote stand, HDMI lead, VGC car, deceased estate, SFE378 $290 Ph 0439309805 $24,950 Ph 53525675 TV, Toshiba, 27”, with Toshiba 2002 4.8 Nissan Patrol, sw, st, stand, digital set top box, dvd duel fuel, manual with AC, CC, player $250 Ph 042995113 BB, T-B, S-steps, alloy wheels, Pearl Drum Kit, 4 piece, 4 ideal for towing, 167,000km cymbals, stands, stool, $250 Ph WEH493 $19,000ono Ph 50837259 Sports Equipment 53822654 or 0418521206 Piano, upright, steel framed, tunes to concert pitch, suit beginner to intermediate, local Bench press, Everlast brand, delivery neg, $680neg Ph comes with arm & leg curl 0419517595 extensions, York barbell & Piano, GC, new stool, $375 Ph weights, rarely used, $195 Ph Holden Commodore VZ SV6, 0409405629 Horsham 53821526 2005, EC, RWC, 12 months reg, 18” black rims, 128,000kms, Piano, Newby and Evans New BodyWorx KR6611, 2 in 1 6spd manual, TAC284 Holden 2006 VE Commodore York, must pick up $500ono Ph rower/recumbent bike, brand SV6, auto, white, tow $15,000ono Ph 0458030097 0417370823 new, never used $1095 Ph bar, 49,000kms UMR923 Piano/Pianola, Playtone, imp 0409405629 Horsham $17,500ono Ph 0419158997 USA, GC, pianola needs repair, Holden Berlina International make an offer Ph 0409954222 Bowls Drakes Pride, Size 2 heavy $150 Ph 53825672 Sedan, 2011. black, SIDI, rear sensors and camera, 37,000km, Pianola, with many rolls, needs Bowls, Dreamline 4H purple, owned from new, excellent work, pick up from Ararat $500 pink speckles 20-11 $450 Ph condition, RWC, YJN383 Ph 50701341 53521883 Ararat Holden Epica CDX EP Sedan, $29,000 Ph 0418175930 Extended Horse Float, 2 horse 2500cc fuel injection, excellent Holden VE-SV6 Utility, 60th Real Estate straight load, foal doors, 240v condition, 29,000kms, 12 Anniversary 2008, auto, months rego, RWC, XHI028 power, storage box, rego Feb 47352km, one owner, 6 months $15,000 Ph 0407041632 rego, metallic karma, t/windows, 3 Bedroom weatherboard 14, GC $6500 Ph 59201210 or Holden VZ Equipe, 2005, CD, r/sensors, WLE437 $28,000 Ph house, Nhill, EC, please see 0428920210 noagentproperty.com, ID- 13733 Golf Clubs, ladies, Graphite reverse sensors, r/spoiler, t/ 0417384311 $145,000 Ph 53911458 windows, 130,000kms TST952 bag, buggy, wet gear, umbrella Nissan Navara STR, 2003, $11,500 Ph 0466861039 3.0TD, black/silver, LPG Allotments - Halls Gap. Proven $300 Ph 53822911 Holden VZ SV6 Ute, 2004, injection, manual, lift kit, bulbar, area for sound investment. Fully serviced. Average size 1200m². Gym, Health Monster multiple 6spd man, 203,000kms, reg winch, rear locker, snorkel, Magnificent views. From home gym, in good order, $500 seep 13, runs well, YQS258 simex and standard tyres, bash Ph 0428504725 $119,000. Ph 0447582100 $15,000 or make an offer Ph plate, SWM797 $22,000 Ph 0428845586 leave a msg Ararat 105 Acres, close to Yamaha Golf Buggy, petrol 0418559128 town,excellent location, dam, motor $2800 Ph 59201210 or Honda Civic Sedan, 2008, white, 27,000kms, auto, Toyota Hilux, 4x4 2008 SR, grazing, buildable S.T.C.A, 0428920210 EC, FMG594 $16,000 Ph 3.0L TD, 5-spd manual, dual available as house and land cab, bullbar, sidesteps, TB, package eng Ph 0438389622 0428293349 tonneau cover, 38,700kms, Land Cruiser HZJ75 Ute RWC, March 13 rego, WHI560 Block For Sale, 4.6 acres, Wanted 1.86ha, town water/power, 99 1996, very reliable, GC, PTO $38,990 Ph 53822339 Old Hamilton Road Haven Ph winch, steel tray, steel B-Bar, UHF, drive lights, RWC, 1 Vintage 1928 Studebaker 0438823814 Malway, 20ft stubble mulcher owner PRK862 $19,000ono Ph Commander restored, 8 cyl, Block of Land, approx 3acres Ph 0427861052 0417590792 on club rego, VIN:2126016 on 3 titles, heart of Glenorchy, old building, 2 horse yards, Mazda 3, Maxx 2007, $30,000 Ph 0417507882

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Sports Star of the Year

Horsham wheelchair basketballer Jannik Blair is the Wimmera Sports Star of the Year for 2012. Blair, 21, was chosen for his silver medal-winning performance with the Australian Rollers men’s basketball team at the London Paralympics. Yannik’s father Peter, left, collected the award on his son’s behalf at the awards ceremony in Horsham on Monday night. He is joined by guest speaker and Jannik’s team-mate, dual Paralympics medalist Dylan Alcott. Jannik is in the USA on a college basketball scholarship. 2011 Sports Star of the Year winner Ken Bald, below left, won the Veteran athlete of the Year award for his success on

the national croquet circuit, and was inducted into the Wimmera Sports Star Hall of Fame. He is pictured with Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly board member Murray McKenzie.

Horsham Little Athletics coach Ricky Price, pictured below with WRSA board member Greg Schultz, was named Coach of the Year. Kaniva shooter Lisa Hawker, below right with Wimmera MailTimes journalist Jordan McArdle won the Women in Sport award. Gymnast Hudson Irwin, right with WRSA’s Dalton Burns, is the Junior Athlete of the Year. Other winners were: • Pam Marshman, Volleyball

Horsham – Unsung Hero;

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Laharum’s final hope Rupanyup-Minyip, fifth, at Horsham Sunnyside where the bowling stores of both camps will be under the microscope on a batting road.

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ompetition up-start Laharum will greedily propose a leap-frogging exercise when it sizes up the top-four equation in Horsham Cricket Association A Grade this weekend.

No doubt Tigers veteran David Puls will have his tail up after a career-best ninewicket bag against Noradjuha-Toolondo while all-rounder Ryan Metelmann has hit a purple patch for the Blue Panthers.

With only five premiership points, or less than one firstinnings win separating second from sixth spot, the Mountain Men have a chance to go for the jugular.

The great hope is that last week’s influential disaster, a wet Sunnyside wicket and a resulting draw after a communication mishap between authorities, doesn’t happen again.

An unusual fall of the cards after last week’s results means Laharum is sitting sixth with only two minor-round games left up its sleeve but facing bottom side Colts in a two-day clash starting this weekend. Fresh from outright success against Blackheath-Dimboola, the Mountain Men must try to repeat the dose against the Gallopers before settling in for a tough last-round encounter against top team Homers. An outright victory would give the northern Grampians outfit an opportunity to jump as high as second spot depending on other results. Despite the efforts Mal Adams, Matt Farr and co last week, it remains to be seen if Laharum has the bowling firepower to back up with another 10-point game. It certainly has the batsman, Damien Bunworth in typically laconic but

The wicket, dry on Saturday but wet from automatic sprinklers on Sunday, forced officials to abandon the game and probably saved Horsham Saints, who were facing a 300plus run chase. UNDER CONTROL: Homers opener Sandy Hodge was in great form against Horsham Saints, compiling 86 runs are sharing in four partnerships totalling 252 runs. Horsham Saints wicketkeeper Simon McKinnon saw plenty of Hodge’s work. The match ended in a draw after a communication mishap resulted in the wicket being watered overnight. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

potent form and Dan Griffiths, Ben Peucker and Glenn Doyle heading a long list of batting talent. Colts were on the end of an outright loss against Rupanyup-Minyip last week and could well be in danger again

if players again fail to chip in behind Roger Perris and Craig Britten. Other sides battling for finals surety can only simply try to win their own games. One of the best looms between Jung Tigers, fourth, and

The Homers tally came courtesy of top batting performances led by Sandy Hodge, Jason Templeton and Lachie Jones. This week the Saints, second, take on a bounce-back Noradjuha-Toolondo, third, at Horsham City Oval in a telling contest. Homers, sitting pretty on top of the ladder, will have a game of solid practice against Blackheath-Dimboola at Dimboola.

Sailing continues despite warnings Horsham Sailing Club members will compete in club championship heats at Green Lake this Sunday despite warnings of blue-green algae in the lake. The club will press ahead with the series on the understanding from signs at the lake that boating, unlike drinking, swimming or standing in the water, is permitted. Club officials have placed the decision to sail or not at the competitors’ discretion. The club has also invited spectators to

watch the championship action which runs for three consecutive weeks to establish its best sailor for 2012-13. The championships follow racing last Sunday which included heats five and six of a Summer Pursuit series. Pursuit racing differs from usual races in that instead of all boats starting together, starts are staggered according to handicap. Whoever gets line honours is also the winner on handicap. Sailors competed in variable breeze up to 20kph in heat five and Lachie Walker

on Hobie Turbo blitzed the field. Starting almost five minutes after Steve Marcroft’s Mirror, Walkers came in almost four minutes ahead of the next best boat – his father Rick on Paper Tiger. Mark Uebergang on Laser Radial was third. Heat six had different conditions with an almost circular breeze ranging from zero to 18kph. Lachie Walker again finished first, this time from Mark Johns on Hobie 16 and Anthony Schellens on Paper Tiger.

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ACROSS CRICKET Horsham This week: Jung Tigers v RupanyupMinyip at Horsham Sunnyside, Horsham Saints v Noradjuha-Toolondo at Cornell Park, Blackheath-Dimboola v Homers at Dimboola, Laharum v Colts. Last week: Rupanyup-Minyip 2-116 dec (A. Carter 57no, J. Byrne 37no) and 5-110 (C. Britten 4-46) d Colts 113 (R. Perris 50, W. Batty 31; R. Metelmann 4-25, P. Morgan 3-24), Jung Tigers 210 (D. Laffy 45, A. Adams 34, L. Marklew 27; J. Huff 5-25) d Noradjuha-Toolondo 149 (R. Scott 49; D. Puls 9-24), Laharum 163 (D. Bunworth 87; J. Lawson 4-18) and 3-47 d Blackheath-Dimboola 102 (H. Young 30no, L. Watts 27; M. Farr 4-8, D. Bunworth 3-19) and 106 (M. Adams 3-12). Ladder: Homers 57 points, 1.86 percent; Horsham Saints 45, 1.10; Noradjuha-Toolondo 42, 1.36; Jung Tigers 42, 1.08; Rupanyup-Minyip 40, 1.18; Laharum 40, 0.94; Blackheath-Dimboola 28, 0.90; Colts 6, 0.35.

Grampians This week: Tatyoon v Buangor, SwiftsGreat Western v Youth Club at Central Park, Stawell, Aradale v Pomonal at Alexandra Oval, St Andrews, bye. Last week: Tatyoon 150 (A. Maconachie 36, T. McDougall 31; C. Kimber 5-39) and 2-38 d Youth Club 112 (S. Sambell 5-50, T. McDougall 4-26) and 74 (T. McDougall 4-19, J. Sambell 4-29), SwiftsGreat Western 9-255 (R. Peters 67, S.

Cocks 47, G. Ranton 43, T. Nicholson 30) d Buangor 183 (s. Allen 58, H. Ganley 37; J. Dark 3-28), St Andrews 211 (J. Laidlaw 95, J. Bates 55, A. McKay 5-47) and 8-124 (c. Bell 28, B. Miller 26, M. North 25; M. Grinham 3-29) d Pomonal 190 (N. Maddison 54, D. Robisnon 39, R. Oliver 29; J. Bates 4-8). Ladder: Swifts-Great Western 62, 2.72; Tatyoon 50, 1.45; Youth Club 42, 1.21; Buangor 34, 0.96; Aradale 24, 0.79; St Andrews 24, 0.59; Pomonal 18, 0.47.

Wimmera-Mallee This week: Charlton v St Arnaud, St Marys v Donald, Wycheproof-Narraport v Jeffcott, Brim-Kellalac-Sheep Hills v Brim. Last week: Marnoo 7-208 (S. Macpherson 104no, B. Cameron 61; A. Wright 4-34) d Charlton 122 (A. Judd 49; M. Weidemann 3-3. S. Macpherson 3-6), BrimKellalac-Sheep Hills 9-291 dec (M. Crisp 102no, M. McPherson 45, J. McPherson 35; B. Haddow 3-42) d Jeffcott 134 (D. Atkins 39no,A. Sheridan 33; C. McPherson 5-49) and 144 (B. Haddow 60, M. House 51; M. McPherson 5-38, B. Rattray 4-18), Donald 261 (b. Grant 96, J. Gilmour 47, B. Ison 31l N. Coles 4-61, r. Senior 3-44) and 0-21 d Wycheproof-Narraport 108 (J. Grylls 39; B. Gilmour 4-20, J. Leith 3-3) and 170 (A. Durie 57, M. Nicholls 33, C. Harrison 33; B. Ison 3-25), St Arnaud 200 (J. Mullins 56, J. Patching 37; J. Knorpp 3-15) d St Marys 128 (P. Lehmann 63; S. Dyke 3-18, B. Ezard 3-22) and 2-74 (N. Germano 51no).

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Footy Countdown Harrow-Balmoral

South-western force on rebound F

By DEAN LAWSON

ew fans in Horsham District Football League expect contemporary powerhouse Harrow-Balmoral to be ‘missing in action’ for long. The Southern Roos, for years clearly a benchmark outfit in the competition, stumbled so badly in the face of circumstance last season that they missed the finals. The eighth-spot finish came as a shock and many outsiders were quick to suggest the result was the aftermath of a deflated bubble. The reality is that a culmination of injuries and player departures combined with a lack of fresh input took the sting out a team that probably should have won the premiership the previous year. What it has done is shake the Southern Roos, who have one of the biggest followings in the league, into action. The appointment of coach Brent Forsyth from Hamilton seems to have reconnected the power and the Roos are abuzz with expectation. Club president Mark Caulfield said ‘fresh blood’ in the camp has provided a spark missing for much of last year and club leaders are eagerly awaiting the start of the season.

PACK DOG: New Harrow-Balmoral coach Brent Forsyth gets between two Millicent Saints for Hamilton Imperials in Western Border League. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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improve,” he said. “We’ve signed a few players and there are a few players who have been away coming back to play.”

Research Brent Forsyth kept his message simple when The Weekly Advertiser asked him what his major message would be for his playing group. “The message is that we’re coming from a long way back and I’m looking for nothing more than improvement,” he said. “We’re not going to set any unrealistic expectations but improvement on last year’s results is critical so we can build some sort of foundation to start that climb back up the ladder.” Forsyth has spent considerable time researching the Harrow-Balmoral list and playing style since his appointment, examining strengths and weaknesses and what needs to happen for the Roos to bounce back.

“Everyone likes to incorporate their own type of style and while I’m not going to give too much away about how we are going to approach it. But I will say there will be a lot of run and carry and use of leg speed of young blokes to break the lines,” he said. “There is no doubt that last year would have dented a lot of egos and I can understand why they have gone looking outside the club to freshen things up a bit. With new people come fresh enthusiasm and an injection of new ideas and new voices.” Forsyth agreed that he had challenge to return the south-western outfit back its benchmark status in the competition. “The top end of the club is pretty keen to get to get the side back into the top echelon of the competition but realistically this will take time. The key is not to get too far ahead of ourselves,” he said. “We lose a few players and pick a few others up but we’re getting good numbers at training and having the core senior group consistently on the track is giving us a fair bit to worth with.” In summing up his approach to the year, Forsyth said he had always based everything he did on hard work. “You also have to enjoy what you do. It’s like a work environment. If it is safe and enjoyable you tend to get results. “Football is a team sport and while it’s important to get individual results, you have to work even harder for your teammates,” he said.

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mpressive new facilities at Quantong are set to provide the backdrop for a resurgent Noradjuha-Quantong in Horsham District Football League this year. That’s the hope of the Bombers faithful who will venture into a fresh season with new community clubrooms and netball courts. The change in environment is a far cry from previous circumstances but it remains to be seen if the transformation equates to on-field success. The Bombers have adopted a fresh on-field approach, appointing playing coach and sharp-shooting forward Adam Hall as senior coach. If coaching enthusiasm is a prerequisite for success then Hall ticks all the boxes. Hall said creating a sense of urgency and purpose within the ranks was critical in establishing the Bombers as a force this year. “I think we’re a finals team and I’m definitely looking to competing through the finals this year and to basically go as far as we can. We want to play finals and believe we have the team to do it and must apply a sense of purpose to our season,” he said.

At a glance Coaches

Seniors: Adam Hall Reserves: Brent McIntyre Under-17s: Heath Francis Under-14s: Tim Kelly Auskick: Susan McKenry 2012 result: Seventh, W6, L12

“To give ourselves the best opportunity which means we have to be as fit as we can be and that means training hard and consistently. “At the moment, without putting the footies away altogether, the focus is to get some miles into the legs. We did four weeks of training before Christmas and achieved what we wanted now we’ve ramped things up.”

On-field leaders Hall appears to have good mix in leaders with mercurial Jarred Combe back from Beulah and nononsense Brad Couch taking on assistant coaching roles. The appointments will mean he has on-field leaders across all sections of the ground. Bombers president Ian Wilson summed up his thoughts about his club’s prospects with the comment

that ‘we hope to be thereabouts’. “I suppose the simple aim is to be a bit stronger that last year. Adam is a young playing coach and his enthusiasm can only be good for us. He’s also a good solid person and top role model for young players. Hopefully his enthusiasm rubs off and translates to more success,” he said. “As a player he’s also managed to kick goals against us in the past and we have probably been a bit light on in the forward department.” Mr Wilson said he was happy with how the club was placed approaching the season, adding that everyone involved was looking forward to the club’s new facilities. “I’m very happy with how the club is placed. Considering all the scenarios there’s probably a few things that could have gone better but we’re all pretty happy. Adam is doing a top job and seems to be getting a fair few footballers on the track. “We hope to be thereabouts, go up the ladder a bit this season and hopefully contest the finals.

ENTHUSIASM: First-time senior coach Adam Hall has declared a need for ‘urgency and purpose’ from the Bombers this season.

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By DEAN LAWSON

BIG JOB: Some of the young leaders who will have big jobs with the Diggers this year include, from left, Justin Garth, Luke Chamberlain, Kye Chapple and Brodie Mines.

orsham RSL Diggers coach Paul Brooks has placed a red line under the expression ‘mental toughness’ as he prepares his team for the approaching Wimmera Football League season.

Picture: DEAN LAWSON

Brooks, relishing his assignment in resurrecting the club’s fortunes, said the Diggers would be good enough to match other teams in the competition this year if they could become psychologically stronger.

Brooks said the message was being and would continue to be drilled into players on the training track. “For the players to develop this resilience I just have to be tougher at training. I have to be in the players’ ears continually telling them to work through the mental as well as physical barriers. It comes from teammates constantly encouraging each other to keep going and keep patting

Coaches

Seniors: Paul Brooks Reserves: Tory Chapple Under-17s: Kevin Williams Under-14s: Rob Goudie, John Priestley Auskick: David Pike 2012 result: Ninth, W1, L15

The appointment of Damian Cameron as assistant coach fits neatly into the plan of using the training track to harden the Diggers. The Tatyoon star is a slick mover on the track and after training with the Diggers last year already commands significant respect.

“The simple plan is for the guys to learn how to become a lot tougher mentally. We will have quite a good team this year, too good for the players to simply throw in the towel when things don’t go our way,” he said. “If we can get mentally tougher then greater consistency will come to the fore and instead of our blokes appearing competitive we actually will be.”

At a glance

each other on the backs. “I keep saying footy is 95 percent above the shoulder. It’s about a player saying ‘if I can do that, you can do that and the next person can do that’ until eventually everyone is contributing.” It is obvious that the Diggers’ lack of success in the last few years doesn’t sit well with long-time supporters and administrators who had become familiar with their side hav-

ing the reputation as the ‘district underdog’ with a savage bite.

Celebration The club is celebrating its 30th season in Wimmera League this year and is planning events to commemorate the occasion. Interestingly, the Diggers have won eight football premierships, with at least one at every level since joining the league. “We need to improve and keep im-

proving to get the club up to where it was previously in Wimmera League – tough, hard to beat and in the finals,” Brooks said. “The feeling is really still speaking to five or tive players and if we perhaps two or three it massive difference.

good. We’re six prospeccan pick up will make a

“Hopefully this year we will also have a better run with injuries.”

Brooks added that Wimmera League fans could expect to see more tactical moves and set-ups from the Diggers this year as part of a natural progression from a ‘look and see’ 2012 season. “A key will be to get our best players playing at their best and our so-called second-tier players not relying on the recognised players to do everything,” he said. “I have an enormous amount of faith in our playing group. There is a lot of potential and untapped talent in there and the key is to find consistency.”

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omonal blew a chance for victory, Tatyoon trounced Youth Club and Swifts-Great Western completed a comfortable victory as Grampians Cricket Association tracked towards finals.

Pomonal collapsed from being 1-99 to be all out for 190 last Saturday with only Nic Maddison, 54, showing any significant resistance against a St Andrews attack. The Saints’ chief destroyer was Jacob Bates who mopped up the tail and finished with 4-8. After a 64-run partnership between Ash Maconachie, 36, and Tim Mc-

Dougall, 31, and despite the efforts of Cam Kimber, 5-39, Tatyoon safely secured first-innings points over Youth Club.

Buangor was best served by Shaun Allen, 58, and Harry Ganley, 37, while the best for the Combine was Jackson Dark with 3-28 off 14 overs.

Tatyoon made a 150 in response to 112 and Youth Club’s second innings of 74 was even more disastrous than its first.

While the final four appears to be settled there are two games of great interest this weekend.

Julian Sambell and Tim McDougall again did the damage for Tatyoon with four wickets each and their side knocked off the required 38 runs required for the outright. Swifts-Great Western’s 255 proved too much for Buangor which fought bravely to be dismissed for 183.

Youth Club will be looking to upset Swifts-Great Western and rely on Buangor to repeat its win over Tatyoon to regain second spot. Swifts-Great Western will want to enter the finals on a high by defeating its long-term rival. The Combine will be looking to score heavily through Sam Cocks, Travis Nicholson, Rick

Peters and Gary Ranton and then rely on bowlers Jamie Bach, Dark, and Ranton to finish the job. Youth Club will be desperate for improvement and if Zac Marrow is absent that will deplete batting stocks and place pressure on Stephen Le Gassick, Tim Seymour, and Jamie Solyom to score runs. Form side Tatyoon will be looking for retribution against Buangor for an earlier defeat. Jarrod Blanford has been the Hawks’ stand-out batsman this season and with support from Andrew Ward, Ashley Maconachie and Lachlan Laidlaw, will look to put

winning scores on the board. Julian Sambell has been a handy pick-up, taking nine wickets last game and complementing Tim McDougall nicely. Buangor will be no push over with the Ganley and Fraser brothers, who together with Shaun Allen, who is in good form, capable of repeating the earlier victory. The remaining game involves Aradale and Pomonal playing for respect. Aradale still entertains the hope of replacing Buangor, but have to force an outright Contributed

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Direction becomes clearer for O’Sullivans at Ararat was kept safe by local bookies with $8 the best odds found by punters who shopped around before start time.

After the starter released the capacity field Meech used the inside barrier to her advantage ‘hunting’ on her mount early to slide up into the box seat just behind the leading quartet of horses. Stawell father-daughter training combination Terry and Karina O’Sullivan have scored yet another winner at a Wimmera race meeting. This time the O’Sullivans saddled up threeyear-old filly Clear Direction for a maiden plate over the sprint trip of 1300 metres at Ararat last Monday. The family partnership employed the services of their former apprentice jockey Linda Meech to take the mount for the $15,000 ‘nag drag’. Despite being an emergency and only gaining a start on the morning of the race, Clear Direction

wins in store for this filly because she is bred to run further and is sure to make her presence felt in future staying events in the Wimmera and surrounding districts.

Men’s health highlighted In a Wimmera first, Donald and District Racing Club has adopted a men’s health awareness theme for its race day on February 22.

In brief Melbourne trainers Michael Moroney and Rick Hore-Lacy dominated the Ararat race meeting with both stables enjoying winning doubles. Jockey Jason Lyon finished top of the tree booting home a winning double also.

Once Clear Direction saw daylight she shot to the front hitting the lead about 100 metres from the post to score a tough workman-like win by just shy of a length.

This will be a valuable session for men of all ages and a must-attend for all going to the races – male or female. Aside from men’s health, racing will be set to take centre stage with a competitive eight-race program with strong nominations expected.

Horsham jockey Christine Puls is back in the saddle after a lengthy injury-enforced layoff. Puls had her first ride since November last Sunday at Terang. Despite finishing unplaced it won’t be long before she returns to the winners circle.

Clear Direction broke her maiden duck at her fourth career outing. There looks to be more

The $15,000 sprint over 1350 metres is set to be the feature event with top trainers Terry

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HERE IT IS: Holden’s new VF Commodore has been revealed in its flagship luxury Calais V form.

Dripping with electronic gadgets and cloaked in lightweight aluminium panels for the first time, the Australian-designed and engineered VF was shown in flagship Calais V form – a one-off, hand-built example – at Melbourne’s Docklands.

Auto parking All Commodores will get an anticollision warning system that uses a camera mounted behind the windscreen to detect imminent danger, while at least some VFs will get an auto parking system that, like Volkswagen’s Passat, can park both parallel to the kerb and end-on.

No excuses GM Holden chairman and managing director Mike Devereux said the VF was the most technologically advanced car ever built in Australia ‘without a doubt’. He said the sophistication, technology and performance of the VF would make it a ‘no-excuses worldclass vehicle – no asterisks’. Still four months away from its showroom release in June, the new Commodore line-up will be revealed progressively, with the top sports model, the SS-V, next to be shown in an event coinciding with the unveiling of the Chevrolet SS export version in the US next weekend ahead of the Daytona 500 where the Aussie car will lead General Motors’ NASCAR racing charge this season.

The base Commodore and Sportwagon and Ute variants are also being kept under wraps as long as possible, until about May, but we can tell you that the VF gets a raft of high-tech gadgets and safety features that until recently were only available on high-end luxury cars.

The reveal was almost overshadowed by a bombshell on Friday from Mr Devereux who suddenly announced to journalists that the VF Commodore would not be the last of the line, with an all-new model – dubbed ‘VJ’ – already under development at Holden’s Melbourne design and engineering centre. Many pundits had speculated that the VF Commodore – a major reworking of the VE Commodore – would be killed off from the end of 2016 when Holden is due to start production of a two all-new models

on a re-jigged production line at its Elizabeth factory in South Australia. Work has already started work at the plant on a new body shop for the new models, now believed to be the next-generation Cruze small car and derivatives, along with the next Commodore, in just three to four years. Until then, the VF will carry Holden’s hopes of reinvigorating Australia’s large-car segment and reversing its own sliding market share from June. Holden would have preferred not to

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Toyota’s locally made Camry fell off a sales cliff last month after the company withdrew zero percent finance sales incentives at the end of December.

LATE ARRIVAL: The all-new Nissan Patrol is finally on sale in Australia and will sell alongside the diesel version of the 16-year-old Y61 model.

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Launched this week from $82,200 to $113,900 plus on-road costs, the all-new Y62-series Patrol is pitched directly against the Toyota LandCruiser 200 Series, as well as luxury SUVs such as the Audi Q7, Land Rover Discovery and Lexus LX 570. The long-running Y61 Patrol – now in its 16th year on sale in Australia – will continue to be sold alongside

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“We think we will do sales in the hundreds with this car every month,” Mr Peffer told GoAuto at this week’s media launch in South Australia. “We had 5000 hand-raisers when we started to propagate that the car was coming. “We know we are not going to get all the diehard off-road diesel Patrol owners into the new car, but we think we will get some, and we think we have a compelling story with the petrol engine. Byron Mathioudakis © GoAutoMedia, 2013

The performance dropped the long-time Australian market leader to its lowest January sales tally in a decade, even though the overall industry sold a January record 85,430 vehicles last month, up 11.3 percent. While the Japanese company comfortably retained its overall sales lead with 13,375 sales, its Camry could manage just 557 sales for the month – a dramatic 3029 fewer than in December, according to official VFACTS sales figures released today. The Camry even lost its medium-car segment lead to the rival Mazda6 for the first time since July 2006, when a switch to an all-new model had left Toyota short of stock. Last month, Camry was also in short supply after strong demand over the previous few months cleaned out stocks. With the annual factory summer shutdown closing the supply line, dealers were left

JANUARY CHILL: Toyota’s Camry ran out of steam in January after a hot sales run last year, propelled by a zero percent finance incentive.

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another year in excess of 200,000 sales,” he said.

But customers were also in short supply in January, with most Camry buyers getting in for their chop before the favourable finance rates disappeared on December 31.

Toyota’s January loss was Mazda’s gain, with the leading importer not only shifting 750 new-generation Mazda6 sedans and wagons in the car’s first month in the showroom but also ousting Holden from second place on the sales ladder. The Japanese brand twice beat Holden last year.

Nevertheless, Toyota Australia executive director sales and marketing Matthew Callachor remained buoyant, saying he expected sales to pick up quickly with the arrival of the new RAV4 this month and replenished stocks of other models. “We expect arrivals of indemand Toyota models to improve during February and March, enabling us to record

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Thursday, February 14, 2013

VW says R is for Golf

DISTANT SHORES: The Slovakbuilt Kia Sportage is believed to be almost identical to the South Korean vehicle sold in Australia.

Volkswagen has exposed its first R-rated drop top, announcing it will build a Golf R Cabriolet from this year.

Kia eyes Europe K

ia Motors Australia might switch sourcing of its popular Sportage compact SUV range to Europe to future-proof itself against supply constraints from South Korea.

The timing of such a move – should it eventuate – remains unclear, but the combination of a production surplus at Kia’s Slovakian plant and the strong Australian dollar relative to the Euro make it a viable proposition. Kia’s sister brand Hyundai last month announced it would bring a new Czechbuilt variant of its related

ix35 small SUV to Australia to complement the existing supply restricted range, but Kia will look to go one step further and move to sourcing Sportage from Europe exclusively. According to Kia public relations general manager Kevin Hepworth, the key tenet to any possible production switch is the company finding a way to hold its Sportage pricing structure. The extra transport costs conspire against it, but strong exchange rates and the potential for support from either the factory of head office make it an easier sell. Hyundai has

managed to keep pricing of its European ix35 and i30 wagon broadly similar to equivalent Korean versions present and past. “There would be no benefit if you had to increase the price because of the supply side, and they’re the sort of discussions that are underway at the moment,” Mr Hepworth said.

The European Sportage is not much different to the current version, with Mr Hepworth saying any change to the car would likely kept to slightly different badging. Mike Costello © GoAutoMedia, 2013

The German company says the car – based on the current Golf Cabrio that will continue alongside the new seventhgeneration hatchback for now – will be the fastest open-top car it has ever built, capable of the 0-100km/h sprint in 6.4 seconds and a top speed of 250km/h. However, with 195kW of power from the 2.0-litre fourcylinder turbo petrol engine, the fastest soft-top Golf will fall short of the blistering performance of the new Golf R hatch, which is expected to get the Audi-derived 221kW 2.0-litre engine after it is launched at next month’s Geneva motor show.

TOPLESS FUN: The Volkswagen Golf R Cabriolet will sell alongside the new-generation Golf hatch that arrives in Australia in the second quarter of the year.

or gloss black, depending on choice.

All new Instead of the usual rear

The Golf R Cabrio has 7kW more than the current Golf R, but due to extra weight, is 0.7 seconds slower to 100km/h than the hatch.

bench seat of the Golf hatch, the Cabrio R gets two rear sports seats, making it a four seater. All seats are cloaked in leather and embossed with ‘R’ logos.

It's back and better than ever

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The steering wheel, handRiding on sports suspension, brake grip and gear lever all the Cabrio R sits 255mm loware wrapped in leather with er than the standard Golf softcontrasting grey stitching. top, and gets either 18-inch or ESCthe & ABS per 100km 19-inch alloy wheels in silver Like other Cabrios, R

model gets an electrically operated soft top than can be lowered in 9.5 seconds and raised in 11 seconds, at up to 30km/h. The new-genration Golf hatch is due to arrive in Australia in the seond quarter of this year, with the GTI coming later in the year, and the Golf R in the first half of 2014.

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