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READY TO RELAY: Horsham Primary School grade six students, from left, Aaqib Khan, Brodie Tepper, Billie Wills-Mellington, Sienna Walsgott and Cameron Schulz will participate in Horsham and District Relay for Life on Friday. Billie is the 700th student to register for the school’s Relay for Life team since 2003. Story, page 5.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

College looks to Asia L

BY DEAN LAWSON

ongerenong College will target China and India in efforts to establish its first cohort of international students.

College campus head John Goldsmith confirmed brokers would work on promoting the college in both countries for a 2019 February student intake. He added that while the college was zeroing in on China and India, doors remained open to international students from any country. “Student intake won’t be limited to China and India, but that is where we are going to concentrate our en-

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drawn-out process set to break new ground for the historic college was almost complete. “We’ve had to work to update polices, procedures and standards and have been busy establishing broker agreements and contracts. We’re now entering the final stage in implementing a marketing plan,” he said. “It is really important that we get our brokers and our broker agreements right. About four to six agents will be working on our behalf and other training organisations. “If they come across students interested in agriculture the idea is that they send them our way.”

ergy,” he said. “We’re targeting these countries based on their appetite for agricultural training in Australia. It is also about weight of numbers.” Longerenong College, near Dooen north of Horsham, has been working through applications, policies and procedures needed to provide education and training for an international student cohort for almost three years. The move, which won Commonwealth approval last year, represents a major step forward in attempts to establish the college as one of Australia’s leading agricultural education centres. Mr Goldsmith said a lengthy and

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Longerenong’s initial international student intake remains at a maximum of 20. The move is designed to fit in with a traditional and growing domestic student intake. “In no way will it interfere with domestic student intake or studies – in fact it will enhance domestic student experiences,” Mr Goldsmith said. The college has 100 domestic fulltime students with a budget for a maximum of 110, as well as the international cohort of 20. “They key is to get the formula right and carefully manage college growth,” Mr Goldsmith said. “We’re

unsure of what the number of international students might grow to in the future, but we have to be careful and just see how it goes. “We plan to maintain close communication with federal and state governments to keep them informed of the progress and potential of what we’re doing. This is a landmark circumstance in regards to agricultural training in our part of the world. “And if it is going to be successful, governments have an opportunity to take the lead or become active contributors in significant institutional growth in a growing sector.” Continued page 3

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ederal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud is confident the doors are opening for Australian agriculture to pursue opportunities in greater crop and market diversity.

Mr Littleproud, speaking at his first visit to the Wimmera Machinery Field Days at Longerenong, said work to improve international market access and investment into research and development would ultimately pay dividends. “If we continue to make strategic investment in research and development there is real possibility to open different sectors, different markets and different opportunities – and attract more capital,” he said. Mr Littleproud was responding to a question from The Weekly Advertiser on Australian agricultural innovation, based on the Wimmera-Mallee’s potential to explore alternative crops that went beyond traditional food and fibre markets. A protein-powder manufacturing project, based on pulse crops, is on a regional development schedule and using crop waste for compostable plastics has also been subject of regional discussion. Mr Littleproud said he was excited about what ‘free-trade agreement wins’ with China, South Korea and Japan and the signing off of a Trans-Pacific trade deal, TPP-11, meant for Australian producers. “They give options for our producers, not only in terms of market access and different markets, but also their production cycles about what to produce,” he said. “That’s what a government’s responsibility is, not to go and grow it, but to open options and possibilities.” Mr Littleproud said he had ‘signed up’ to a National Farmers Federation vision of creating a $100-billion industry by 2030. “To achieve that we need market access with free-trade agreements, but also a removing of technical barriers,” he said. “We’re also investing, through research development, just over $800 million in cutting-edge

technology. We’re also coupling that with digital transformation and making sure we get our best bang for buck in increasing our production. “To get that $100-billion we need market access but also need to increase production, so we need the best minds on it. “I think Australian agriculture has always been at the cutting edge of innovation and technology – it has had to be to deal with the many environmental circumstances.”

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Mr Littleproud said attracting capital was also crucial in exploring new agricultural opportunities. “An insanity in our country is that the Australian banking sector lends nearly more money to Australian credit cards than to the agricultural sector,” he said. “We need more capital in agriculture in this country. Opening up innovation and matching that with financial and human capital is going to be so important to get ourselves ahead in agriculture.” Mr Littleproud agreed that industrial valueadding in regional Australia had a significant role to play in developing the industry. “Food security and quality becomes more important to nations where we’re exporting to and they want quality assurance,” he said. “That opens opportunities in the processing of our goods in the regions. “If we can do that at the grass roots then invariably the market says that’s best place to do it.” Mr Littleproud added state governments played a significant role in promoting regional valueadding enterprises by removing payroll tax. “Payroll tax is a tax on employment and state governments should walk away from it, particularly in rural and regional Australia to encourage and incentivise new businesses to start employing people in regional Australia. That would be a real kick-start and we encourage the state governments to come on that journey with us,” he said. • For more on the field days, see page 16

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SOFT AND CUDDLY: Wildlife television personality and zoologist Chris Humfrey introduces Lani Watson to a joey kangaroo during activities at The Weekly Advertiser Horsham Fishing Competition. Humfrey and members of his Wild Action Zoo wowed children and adults alike at the event.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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Council backs Halls Gap project H

alls Gap Zoo will become western Victoria’s landmark tourist attraction if Northern Grampians Shire Council has its way.

The council is working closely with owners of the popular zoo to seek State Government funding for a major transformation of the site. Plans involve a detailed feasibility study and business case to redevelop the zoo, with the proposed upgrades set to include a rhinoceros enclosure, nocturnal house, café and other minor upgrades. Under its Business Assistance Scheme the council will provide financial support and support from eco-

nomic-development staff members to oversee and develop a business model and feasibility study carried out by an independent consultant. Northern Grampians mayor Tony Driscoll said Halls Gap Zoo was already one of the shire’s premier tourist destinations. “This project will only further serve to boost that reputation,” he said. “This is the perfect example of where the Business Assistance Scheme can provide a helping hand. “An established local business is looking to expand and diversify, and the council is more than happy to help out in any way we can. “In this instance, we’re assisting the

zoo’s operators to develop their business model and present the best case possible to secure State Government funding.” Greg and Yvonne Culell operate Halls Gap Zoo and Mr Culell said he was excited about the project’s potential to boost visitor numbers to the region. He said he looked forward to working alongside the council. “This is an exciting project for both ourselves but also for the region,” Mr Culell said. “Western Victoria needs a wellknown iconic tourism destination to rival the likes of Dubbo Zoo, Swan Hill’s Pioneer Settlement and Eureka

Stockade and Sovereign Hill in Ballarat. This five-year project at Halls Gap Zoo will go a long way to implementing this. “While this project won’t benefit Yvonne and myself directly, we are delighted to work with the council and Grampians Tourism to create a long-lasting legacy.” Halls Gap Zoo has been deeply involved in species-preservation and protection projects and in 2014 launched a strong push to be part of an international effort to protect dwindling numbers of threatened southern white rhinoceros. At the time Mr Culell hoped to provide a home for a pair of rhinoceros

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Close enough Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre members will push ahead and buy an historic Wirraway aircraft after raising about $20,000 at a Wheels for Wirraway event. The rare Wirraway, one of the types of aircraft used at the RAAF’s Nhill air base during the Second World War, will complete its last flight when it lands at Nhill on April 28. The heritage centre needs less than $30,000 to complete its goal of raising $300,000 for the aircraft and is confident it can make up most of the shortfall through further donations. Centre spokeswoman Jenny Creek said the Wheels for

Wirraway event had been a great day and financially very successful. “We had between 600 and 700 people there and certainly a lot of great and creative displays,” she said. People were invited to display anything with wheels at the event and attractions ranged from vintage bicycles and model cars and trains to spinning wheels. An invitation for people in Nhill to put ‘wheels’ in gardens also led to a ‘wheel trail’ involving 24 gardens. The centre has raised about $275,000 for the Wirraway in less than two years through community donations and WHEELS FOR WINGS: Laurie Robins displays one of his model Wirraways at Wheels for Wirraway at Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER without government grants.

Broad ups the ante on passenger rail Federal Member for Mallee Andrew Broad has continued to call on the State Government to work towards restoring passenger rail services to Horsham and Stawell. Mr Broad said while touring Wimmera Machinery Field Days with Agriculture Minister David Littleproud, that passenger rail services could provide a major catalyst for regional growth. “Nothing could drive the growth of our country towns in western Victoria, in a greater sense, than passenger rail,” he said. “Imagine if you could drive to Horsham and then catch passenger rail through Stawell and Ararat to health

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appointments in Ballarat and then ultimately travel through to Melbourne. “In the past the Federal Government hasn’t played a role in this and federal governments have focused instead on freight rail. “But the Federal Government is now more than willing to co-contribute and we look forward to the State Government making its views known on western Victoria. “It’s really disappointing that we don’t see Labor really muscling up to get involved in passenger rail for this part of the state.” Mr Broad’s comments followed his call last week to redirect some of the $2-million generated from a Snowy

bulls and to then introduce other animals to produce offspring for release back into the wild in Africa. The project regained momentum late last year and includes a $250,000 money-raising campaign called The Great Grampians Rhino Rumble. The project needs significant funding to cover quarantine, permit and infrastructure costs. The zoo has also been part of a national program to bring Australia’s orange-bellied parrot back from the brink of extinction through a breeding program and is home to other fragile species such as bilbies. It is also home to an extensive range of other native and exotic wildlife.

Hydro project sale to restoring passenger rail services to Horsham and Stawell. He said he had written to Victorian Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan to put forward his idea. “I’m asking the State Government to immediately start preparing a business case to see passenger rail services between Horsham and Stawell through to Melbourne via Ararat and Ballarat, working with the Federal Government to cover construction costs,” he said. “This would have an immeasurable benefit to residents of Horsham and Stawell, opening up better health outcomes for people who need to travel to the city for specialist treatments.

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“The proposal will also provide employment, assist with isolation and lift tourism across Horsham and Stawell.” Mr Broad said he also forwarded a copy of the letter to Premier Daniel Andrews. “I could think of no better way to reallocate some of those funds than to support Australians living in regional communities with a fantastic regional passenger rail system,” he said. “I’m eagerly awaiting a response from the state and look forward to working with them to see this outcome for the people of the Wimmera-Mallee.”

From page 1 Mr Goldsmith said the international student program would undergo constant review. “We don’t want to compromise any quality in training and education,” he said. “We want international students who finish their courses to go back home armed with quality broadacre farming skills and be keen to spread the word. “There are also the benefits of an enhancement of cultural ties between countries.” Longerenong College is upgrading its agribusiness centre and updating classrooms and information-technology systems. Mr Goldsmith said as the college continued to evolve and grow, it would need to increase infrastructure capacity accordingly. He said although it was far from the primary driver behind the project, regional economic development was a significant side benefit to Longerenong welcoming international students.

Leading role Horsham performing-arts enthusiast Bec Wik, 22, is set to play the main role of ‘Peggy Sawyer’ in a CentreStage Geelong production of the musical 42nd Street. The fourth-year teaching student at Deakin University will feature in a series of performances running from Friday night until March 26 at Geelong Performing Arts Centre. Wik has been dancing and singing since she was a toddler and has performed in Horsham Arts Council productions. CentreStage Geelong is an amateur musical theatre company.

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Joining forces for cancer-free future T

BY SARAH SCULLY

he devastating and widespread effect of cancer on Wimmera communities continues to drive participation in annual Horsham and District Relay for Life events – and this year is no different.

Hundreds of people will come together at Horsham’s Coughlin Park on Friday night to do their part for a cancer-free future. Many have spent a significant part of the past 12 months raising money to contribute to the Horsham and District total, which is already in excess of $63,000. Horsham first embraced Relay for Life in 1999 and committee member Tami Lane said the community’s commitment had not waned. “I can’t believe we’ve still got so many people who do Relay for Life year after year,” she said. “Normally a fundraising event will dwindle off and fade out, but it’s still going as strong as ever.” Mrs Lane said 33 teams and 567 participants were preparing for this year’s 18-hour event, which raises money for Cancer Council research, prevention programs, information and support. “Team numbers are down, but the participants are up,” she said. “Some of the little outlying towns, like Natimuk and Goroke, have joined together to create a big team this year instead of having five or so little teams. “That’s the great thing about relay – there’s no competition. All the fundraising goes to the same place. “It’s about camaraderie as people make their way around the track and tell stories. “We always get a lot of participants sign up on the day as well.”

Opening ceremony

This year’s event will kick off with an opening ceremony at 5.45pm on Friday night and conclude with a closing ceremony at noon the following day. A candlelight ceremony – featuring candle tributes lit in honour of loved ones lost to cancer, or in support of someone living with cancer – is always a highlight. Horsham’s Sharon Dumesny will cut the ribbon to open the relay and read the Relay for Life oath. “Sharon is a cancer survivor,” Mrs Lane said. “A lot of people will know her from her work at Kmart. She’s a happy, bubbly person who will do anything for anyone. She’s always helping everyone else.” Horsham College student Tamikah Petering will perform the National Anthem and Amazing Grace during the candlelight ceremony. “She has a young, beautiful, angelic little voice. It gives you goosebumps,” Mrs Lane said. This year’s relay will feature a variety of live

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entertainment courtesy of All the Kings Men, Solo Dave, Keychange, DJ Vidia, Norm and Marlene, Voices of the Wimmera and Horsham Arts Council. “We’re encouraging people to bring a picnic rug or a chair to enjoy what we have in store,” Mrs Lane said. “We’ve got lots of activities for children during ‘Rascals of Relay’ between 6.30pm and 8.30pm. “It’s in the centre of the oval, so parents can be walking laps of the oval and still see their children doing the free activities, which are supervised.”

Survivors and carers

The relay’s first lap is always dedicated to cancer survivors and carers. “It’s easy to pick them because they all wear coloured sashes,” Mrs Lane said. “Most people just stand around and applaud them while they do their laps, whether they’re being pushed in a wheelchair or going on their own steam. “During the second lap, relay team members walk with this honoured group, which will then be ushered off into the club rooms for a function.” Team members will take turns to walk laps of the oval, relay style, until the closing ceremony at noon on Saturday. AXIS Employment has upped the ante for a ‘most laps’ competition this year. “We normally just have a little prize for the most laps completed, but this year AXIS Employment has offered up $1000 cash towards the team total,” Mrs Lane said. “Obviously AXIS wants to win its $1000 back, because once you reach $5000 you can have a research award named in your team’s honour. That $1000 might just tip a team over the edge to get that research award.” The event also includes themed hours to add to the festivities, along with raffles, cake stalls and other activities. “Relay for Life has become an annual get-together,” Mrs Lane said. “It’s really just about getting the community together and providing a place for everybody who has been touched by cancer to come together to celebrate loved ones, reminisce and remember.”

READY TO RELAY: Brodie Tepper, Sienna Walsgott, Billie Wills-Mellington, Aaqib Khan and Cameron Schulz are part of a Horsham Primary School Relay For Life team.

Students take relay in their stride Horsham Primary School has signed up its 700th student to participate in Horsham and District Relay for Life since becoming involved in 2003. The 18-hour community event recognises and celebrates cancer survivors, patients and carers, while honouring and remembering loved ones lost to cancer. Teacher and school Relay for Life co-ordinator Simon Vivian said this year’s crop of grade six students was eagerly awaiting Friday night’s festivities. “We’re lucky really, because we get a new batch of kids each year who are enthusiastic about the event and are keen to help raise some money for an important cause,” he said. “Some teams have the same people participating year after year, which is a harder slog to stay motivated and come up with different fundraising ideas.” Since 2003, Horsham Primary School has raised $91,790 towards Cancer Council research, prevention projects, information and support. “We’re getting up there and we’re looking forward to hitting the $100,000 mark,” Mr Vivian said. “The $91,000 doesn’t include this year’s contribution. I’m hoping we’ll get up to about $97,000 this year and raise the rest next year.”

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Generating money from conservation

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he expression ‘hip-pocket environmentalism’ often comes across as more than grubby to the champions of all things ‘green’.

The philosophy does, after all, match dollars against the value of wildlife and wilderness protection and pinches at our collective conscience. It is easy to understand that some environmentalists dedicated to ‘raging against the machine’ of habitat destruction and human interference would find the idea revolting. The truth is that coming up with plans that generate money, regional wealth or economic viability and progress based on environmental assets or projects is a winner for everyone. Consider the Great Barrier

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Reef. If you can make money by saving, protecting, preserving or promoting something, everything surrounding a conservation project becomes easier. Northern Grampians Shire Council is on the right track in helping Halls Gap Zoo source redevelopment funding. The zoo plays a relatively small but important role in the protection of vulnerable animals, exotic as well as native. But in doing so it is a significant tourist drawcard and its ability to attract people to the Grampians and Halls Gap to

spend money is an obvious economic driver. The magnetic pull of zoos has long been giving us more than a hint of the direction we could pursue in capitalising on conservation tourism. In our part of the world, this type of tourism is waiting to expand. Grampians National Park and surrounding state parks are wilderness ‘islands’ and many could be much more than simple bushland reserves. Change the name from parks to ‘sanctuaries’ and consider what this might mean. We have species-protection projects occurring right across Australia and on isolated islands with all sorts of wildlife. We even have one in our own Little Desert National Park that

tends to operate quietly without too much fuss. There is little doubt that we have the environmental and geographical circumstances to get heavily involved in more wildlife conservation programs. It can be great for the soul to play a part in protecting something that is seriously under threat. But that’s clearly not enough. For many conservation projects to truly work they must generate more money than they spend. Even breaking even doesn’t work in the long run. Conservation tourism has a part to play in the future of our region. We wait to see what ideas can bubble to the surface and whether we can seriously seize this opportunity.

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LETTER SIR, – The Age newspaper on March 5 reported that ‘Victoria’s regional rail service will receive a $633-million injection to replace older trains if the Victorian coalition wins the state election’. The story continued... ‘The Opposition has promised to ‘revolutionise’ regional rail services with new models to create a more reliable service. The fleet will operate on lines running to Warrnambool, Shepparton, Albury, Bairnsdale and Swan Hill’. It went on further… ‘The Liberal Nationals have a strategy to decentralise Victoria’s population to ease the squeeze on Melbourne’s growth’. Business Horsham executive met on March 6 and was alarmed that the Wimmera and Horsham were not part of the Coalition’s rail-transport plans to assist with decentralising Victoria’s population. State Nationals leader Peter Walsh said ‘unreliable rail services are holding back the development of country Victoria’. This is certainly true and well documented in recent years for the Wimmera. Business Horsham drew attention of this fundamental issue to both Mr Walsh and Member for Lowan Emma Kealy in August, 2015. Peter was reported to then state that ‘we will turbo-charge country Victoria’. Perhaps he had forgotten to add, except for western Victoria and the Wimmera. Opposition Leader Matthew Guy stated ‘a Coalition government would focus on bringing new jobs to country Victoria via better roads and improving health and education’. This statement begs the question – will the Wimmera will be included in those broader plans having been omitted from their railway promises? Brian O’Connor Chairperson, Business Horsham

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up final figures that would either go back into the event or be distributed to community groups. “We always have a really good debrief and talk over how well things have worked and if we have to change aspects of the competition. But it doesn’t appear that there will be anything dramatic,” she said. “The key for us is to make sure that people who come have a great experience and come back next year.”

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orsham Fishing Competition appears set to maintain its place on a major-events calendar after continuing to capture the imagination of western Victoria’s angling fraternity.

As Colac district angler Catherine Gordon was coming to grips with winning a car in the annual charity money-raiser, organisers were working to consolidate the event’s future. Contest spokeswoman Adele Rohde said a desire to create a template to make the event relatively immune from future personnel changes on the event’s organising committee was making progress. “Our focus during the past couple of years has been working on the longterm, which has meant a lot of work in the background,” she said. “There is so much information in the heads of committee members and we’ve been working on getting that on paper. Processes are being documented so that eventually we have an event manual so anyone could pick up and run the event, and we’re confident we’re getting to that stage. It’s all about succession planning.” Mrs Rohde said this year’s contest attracted 1731 entries, about 60 percent from outside Horsham district, and the number proved comfortable and manageable. “What we’ve noticed is that although we want as many people as possible to take part, we don’t necessarily need a minimum of 2500 entrants to have a successful competition,” she said. “The amount we had at the weekend was perfect for the amount of work

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WINNING FORM: Catherine Gordon is pictured with grandson Boyd Hutchins while fishing in The Weekly Advertiser Horsham Fishing Competition. For more pictures from the event, visit www.theweeklyadvertiser. com.au.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER that needed to be done. It was highly manageable and meant everything was relatively seamless. “It was a really great day and we couldn’t have asked for a better weekend.” Mrs Gordon won The Weekly Advertiser Horsham Fishing Competition by landing a 2.458-kilogram yellowbelly on the south side of the Wimmera River between Bennett Road and Horsham Riverside Caravan Park. She weighed in the fish, which she caught on yabby bait, before 10am, snatching top spot on the leaderboard

from early pacesetter Laura Beer who caught a 1.4kg yellowbelly. Mrs Gordon and her husband Leigh have been fishing in the competition for more than a decade and have been enthusiastic advocates for the event. As winner, Mrs Gordon had a choice of a Kia Cerato sports hatch car, Jayco Campervan or Savage 435 Scorpion boat package. She chose the car. Hunter Vonja, with a 1.142kg yellowbelly, won a junior section and a boating and fishing package. During the competition officials weighed in 123 native fish, including

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immera sports media personality and businessman David Johns has spoken out strongly in support of a proposed site for a Wimmera indoor sports stadium.

Mr Johns, who anchors 3WM’s Saturday morning Shirtfront program, said Horsham Showground was the best option for the multimillion-dollar project. “When you manage to get through the mist of all the objections and debate, the proposal to use the north end of the showground and incorporate Horsham Basketball Stadium stands up,” he said. “Most of the proposed regular user groups for the stadium are already within 500 metres of the proposed site. As well, the showground area is an eyesore and long identified as an underused community asset.” Mr Johns said he would expand further on his thoughts on the Shirtfront sports show in coming weeks. “With a growing Horsham expanding south quicker than any other part of the city, the showground site is now pretty much central to everyone. All you have to do is look at a map,” he said. “The council doesn’t have to buy land, the services are all there and if there is a problem with soil then history tells us in Horsham that we can overcome this.” Mr Johns said he had listened to arguments for other potential sites, such as at or near Hor-

David Johns sham College, and remained unconvinced about their appropriateness. “There is an issue on the question of availability to user groups if the stadium was at Horsham College. Would user groups be able to use the facility during school hours on school grounds? Would all users need all the checks required to enter school grounds just to simply use a community centre? I think the school proposal is simply counterproductive to the whole concept,” he said. “And why would we go down a track that includes the purchase of land? Do we legitimately have the money to spend to do this? “What many are failing to see is that planning must involve not only development, but also a need to rationalise maintenance costs of public assets for the benefit of ratepayers.” Mr Johns said as a Horsham ratepayer as well as a long-time sports enthusiast, he found the stadium debate frustrating. “The way it’s unfolding, we’re going to have an outspoken group of individuals derail

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a fantastic project. For what? We are at terrible risk of again allowing a significant project in Horsham to stagnate and ultimately cost more money than it should,” he said. “It’s about time we put a bit of trust in people employed and voted in by the community to make decisions and had some faith in the process. “The bottom line from my point of view is that the council has come up with the right project and the right site.”

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Mr Johns said a new, modern indoor sports centre remained an important project for the region. “We’re talking about a lot of sports – the indoor sporting scene has always been a huge part of life here. We have a chance to create something good, not only for Horsham, but also the Wimmera and greater western Victoria,” he said. “In many ways it could really put us on the map. “As a sports fan, commentator and observer, my greatest fear is that the issue is played out to its enth degree and that costs will blow out simply because we’ve wasted time.” The proposed site of the new centre straddles McBryde Street and has been subject to concerns and protests from outspoken community groups and a long-time civil engineer. Lobbyists believe the new centre should be at or near Horsham College to maximise potential use and to open opportunities to develop an expanded sporting precinct.

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rganisers of Horsham Car and Bike Show will create a new perpetual trophy on the back of one of their most successful shows in the event’s 18-year history.

Wimmera Against Cancer in Kids, WACK, which organises the event, will create the Graham Webb Perpetual Trophy for the best original presented award category. Mr Webb, of Mitre, who has been fighting cancer, donated an historic spanner, manufactured at Horsham’s May and Millar foundry between the 1870s to the 1940s, to the event. Event spokesman Chris Creasey said Mr Webb approached members of the committee on Sunday and handed them the spanner, telling them how he would like to donate the item – to possibly be auctioned for WACK. He said Mr Webb was moved to tears as he told of his connection with the event’s cause. Committee members were so touched they decided to create a perpetual award with the spanner – to be mounted and presented in years to come to the winner of the best original presented vehicle, Mr Webb’s favourite vehicle category. “To create the Graham Webb perpetual trophy is our way of recognising how much the cars, the bikes – and the

PLENTY TO SEE: Kate, Nikolas, 3, and Ben Adams of Horsham at the 2018 Horsham Car and Bike Show at May Park. For more pictures from the event, visit www.theweeklyadvertiser.com.au. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER event – mean to people. It’s acknowledging the support of the community, and honouring Horsham’s history at the same time,” Mr Creasey said. Sunday’s big car and bike show

filled all available space at May Park with displays, motoring enthusiasts and visitors. Event organisers said they were ‘simply blown away’ by the success of

the event based on volume and quality of vehicle entries, as well as the support and generosity of the community. Committee member Simon Clark said the trend from several previous

shows had been an increase of four or five entries each year ‘which had been great’. “But to go from 208 entries in 2017 to 241 this year is well beyond what we expected,” he said. In sunny and still conditions, May Park was filled with all makes, model, eras and genres of automotive vehicles – all put on show by proud owners to raise money for Wimmera Against Cancer in Kids. Although having yet to establish a final dollar figure from the show, the committee is confident of adding several thousand dollars to the trust that supports district families in need.  “The attitude of the local community towards WACK is fantastic, and we get great support from the public, and clubs such as The Little Desert Rodders, Old Skool Hotrod and Custom Club and the Wimmera Historical Vehicle Society,” Mr Clark said. “What’s even more refreshing is the response from those who attend our show from outside the district. “We draw entries from Ballarat, Mildura, Hamilton, Mount Gambier and beyond. “Once they find out we’re doing it for kids, they seem to have a new appreciation for the event and are genuinely keen to return.”

Cut-outs for kids at Natimuk Show Natimuk Men’s Shed has jumped on board Natimuk Show preparations by providing cut-out timber animals for children to paint at the March 24 event. Secretary Judith Bysouth said shed member Garry Frew had a done a great job crafting a variety of animal shapes. “Garry is very proud of the menagerie of animal shapes he has created and children, in painting a few samples, have enjoyed the experience,” she said. The children’s painting activity will run from 10am to 4pm as part of the 126th show program. “We painted ‘cows’ for the ‘Year of the Farmer’ in 2012 and had such an exceptional response that we thought we would try it again with a difference,” Mrs Bysouth said. “Natimuk Men’s Shed has been so supportive and we are very appreciative of their

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Horsham and District Relay For Life March 16-17, 2018

Just Us Humans Number of participants in team: 26. Number of years participating: One. Reasons for participating: To support and honour workmates, family and friends who are on, or have been through, the cancer journey. Fundraisers planned: Morning teas, cake auction, raffles and pamper session. Age range of team members: 20s to 60s. Team leader: Simone Dalton.

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Horsham Primary School Number of participants in team: 32 year-six students. Number of years participating: Every year since 2003. Reasons for participating: Many of our students love participating in Relay for Life and look forward to being a part of the school team once they reach year six. As a school we believe it provides students with a terrific opportunity to be meaningfully involved in a worthwhile community event. Like all other participants, we too have had loved ones affected by cancer, and are keen to do what we can to help in the search for more effective treatments and hopefully, one day, a cure. Fundraisers planned: Students have collected individual sponsorship money and the school receives further sponsorship by a number of generous local businesses. We hold a ‘5-cent-Friday’ collection across the school every week, and a ‘Purple Dress-Up Day’ around the time of ‘Paint the Town Purple’. Age range of team members: Around 11 to 12. Team leader: Simon Vivian

Wild West Number of participants in team: 30-plus. Number of years participating: 15-plus. Reasons for participating: To support past and present colleagues and families affected by cancer. Fundraisers planned: Free dress day at school. Age range of team members: 22 to 60. Team leader: Mark Dorward.

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Employment will aim to win the award for most laps and is offering up an incentive to get other teams involved. As well as winning the trophy as presented by the committee, the organisation is pledging $1000 to the team who records the highest number of laps over the course of the relay. This money will go towards the winning team’s fundraising total. Of course, staff want to win and put the money towards their

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The Australian Wool Market has continued its roller coaster ride in Week 36. After the Benchmark Eastern Market Indicator (EMI) posted a new high in the previous sale, and many individual Micron Price Guides also posted new records, this week has seen the market suffer corrections. Nationally, there were 45,536 bales offered to the trade, a slight increase in quantity compared to Week 35. Price reductions were felt from the outset and by the end of the sale, prices were generally reduced by 40 to 80 cents. It was the wools carrying impurities and those exhibiting poor length and strength results, that were the hardest hit, in many cases over 100 cents cheaper. Inversely, wools with very low mid breaks were highly sought after and sold at levels very similar to the previous sale. The EMI fell by 52 cents, closing the week at 1778 cents. The skirting market followed a similar trend to the fleece. Losses were felt right across the board, generally between 30 and 70 cents, wools with favourable length and strength results, or those carrying less than 3.0% vegetable matter, least affected. The crossbred sector defied the trend of the merinos and generally managed to record rises for the week. 25.0 to 28.0 micron posted solid gains of between 10 and 30 cents, the better prepared lines enjoying the largest price increases. 30.0 micron and coarser were par to 5 cents easier. The oddment sector continued its downward trend. Locks, stains and crutchings experienced general reductions of 20 to 30 cents, which was reflected in the three carding indicators dropping by an average of 23 cents. A limited selection of lambs was highly irregular but tending cheaper. Next week sees a decrease in quantity. Currently, there is 43,894 bales on offer in Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle.

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Changing direction a key BY DEAN LAWSON

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he team behind Wimmera Machinery Field Days will continue to pursue ways of making the annual event different each year in an effort to maintain its longevity.

Field days manager Murray Wilson said the challenge for the three-day attraction was making sure there was always something new and engaging for both exhibitors and patrons. “We had a few different things this year and that wasn’t by accident – it is something we always consider,” he said. “The great danger is doing the same thing year in year out because you might have had some success. But that doesn’t equate to putting up the best event possible. “We must always put into effect new attractions or features to make something like this work for the region.” Mr Wilson made the comments while reflecting on a successful field days that attracted and involved between 15,000 and 18,000 people. “It was a really good three days and numbers, as expected, were up on last year,” he said. “It was a massive event and was even bigger at the last minute when we had to create sites for late exhibitors. “The truth is we’ve been able to maintain similar numbers for the past six to eight years, much

WINNERS: Jade Hawker and Craig Hopkins with their product award at the Claas stand. of what is dependent on weather and the agricultural season. “There was a lot of optimism from agricultural businesses and people in general. “Site bookings and exhibitors were very strong and exhibitors are saying it is something they need to attend.” Mr Wilson said the field days featured almost 600 exhibitors across about 1000 sites, and with the mild weather people spread out across the 16-hectare Wimmera Events Centre site. “It is such a solid event and often it is hard to gauge the business success for at least six months. Much of it is about follow-up inquiries,” he said. The field days committee will meet this week for a debriefing

HOT TOPIC: Federal Agriculture Minister David Littleproud, top, and field days president Peter Moore after the official opening.

TASTY: Jack Hynes cooks pizza during the field days. session and make notes of ways to improve the attraction. “We’ll get it all down while it’s still fresh and in the next

couple of months start sending out invitations for site bookings for 2019. Then the rollercoaster starts again,” Mr Wilson said.

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esearchers involved in a new study into water levels in several iconic Wimmera wetlands including Lake Wallace, Natimuk Lake and St Mary’s Lake are seeking community input. Wimmera Catchment Management Authority and Parks Victoria will start the Wimmera Wetland Investigation with an information session in Natimuk Soldiers Memorial Hall on Monday at 7pm.

The study is scheduled to take three months and will involve a combination of fieldwork and a review of previous technical studies and computer models showing catchment responses to rain. It will also assess the potential environmental impact of a proposed new weir and embankment at Natimuk Lake, managed by Parks Victoria. Wimmera CMA chief executive David Brennan said local knowledge would be critical to the investigation.

“These wetlands are important to the local community and are key recreational and tourism destinations for the region,” he said. “They are significant environmental assets, whether they are full or empty, and we want to better understand what impacts on the frequency and duration that they hold water.” The investigation will explore landscape and climatic factors that influence runoff into the lakes. Parks Victoria regional director Sal-

ly Lewis said the investigation would provide an evidence-based assessment of the potential impact of the proposed weir at Natimuk Lake. “Natimuk Lake has important environmental, recreational, tourism and community values that need to be protected,” she said. “We look forward to sharing the findings of this study with the community when it is complete.” St Mary’s Lake, Natimuk Lake and Natimuk Creek Lake Reserve are part

of the Natimuk-Douglas saline wetland system and are recognised as nationally significant wetlands. Lake Wallace supports a diverse range of plants and animals. Water engineering and environmental consulting firm Water Technology is in charge of the Wimmera Wetland Investigation as part of Wimmera CMA’s Wimmera Waterway Strategy 2014-2022.

‘Man against beast’ at St Arnaud Rodeo Food enterprise wanted Final preparations are underway for St Arnaud Rodeo, which organisers are describing as an event with ‘all the thrills and spills of man against beast’ in bull-bucking and bareback bronco-riding events. The rodeo, the second in a row organised by St Arnaud Football Club as a fund-raiser and event for the town, is at St Arnaud Racecourse on Saturday. Organisers have promised a full program of roping, barrel racing and other timed events, with the venue set-up similar to last year, which proved ideal for a makeshift arena and seating that gave patrons a clear view of events. The rodeo will be open to all ages and organisers have provided extra entertainment for children. Other features of the event include a rodeo clown, who has the difficult job of ensur-

Horsham Rural City Council is looking for a new food enterprise to lease Horsham Town Hall’s dining space. Restaurant baa 3400 will relocate from the town hall to Horsham International Hotel. Council community services director Kevin O’Brien said baa 3400 owners Hugh and Nicole Goldson had decided not to extend their lease, instead choosing to expand their business. “Baa 3400, in its new location at the Horsham International Hotel, provides a great

ing the bulls do not charge any competitors, and entertaining the crowd with jokes and antics. St Arnaud entertainers the Flanagans will also look to put on a solid show. Gates open at the racecourse at noon, with support events starting at 1pm. The show’s main event will start at 5pm. Camping is available this year and cover band Trunk will put on a show after the rodeo. The event is fully catered with a variety of food available and a bar. Promoters have summed up the event with: “With the best cowboys and cowgirls around, stunning stock, the pumping arena and an electric atmosphere, come along for a quality night in the last of the warm daylight-saving evenings.” Tickets are available at the gate and no byo alcohol is WHOA! A competitor in action at last year’s rodeo. allowed.

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ormer Legends Golf Tour player Elliott Booth of Tasmania has joined a list of professionals lining up to play in the Horsham International Hotel 2018 Classic pro-am next month. Organisers have confirmed that Booth will be part of the March 17 and 18 event at Horsham Golf Club.

night at the Horsham club, there will be a sponsors and players function where there will be an auction of the invited legends players. This means a team can buy a professional to play with all weekend and to take part in separate competition from the rest of the field,” Mr Goodson said.

HITTING OFF: ACE Radio Wimmera manager Brendan O’Loughlin, left, Ian Matheson from Horsham International Hotel and golfer Lewis Gebert prepare to tee off for the Horsham International Hotel 2018 Classic. Gebert plays off a handicap of one. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

He added that a fitted solar system, sponsored by Wades, was up grabs for any golfer who could hit a holein one on the Sunday.

Booth will join a list of professionals coming to Horsham including David Good, Paul Dalgleish, Andy Rogers, Bryan Wearne, Peter Hayes, Martin Pettigrew, Scott Puzey, Ken Tarling, Lucien Tinkler, David Hando, Brad Burns, John Martin, Mike Zilco and Mark McIntyre.

After play on the Saturday night, professionals will be paired with a drawn sponsor to play in a Fenix shootout event. People can book tee times from 7am to 1.30pm with their entry at the pro shop. Teams that buy a professional will have a late-morning tee time.

The professionals will join forces with regional amateurs in an event with free entry. The classic will feature an ambrose event on the Saturday and a bestball net on the Sunday. It will involve teams of three, where division one will include teams without a professional player and division two will involve a professional. People can enter teams at Horsham Golf Club’s pro shop on 5382 3312. The weekend will also include a Friday night function that will include a money-raising and pro-player auction. The Horsham International Hotel 2018 Classic was the brainchild of Ian Matheson from Horsham Inter-

national Hotel and golf-event developer Laurie Goodson. The pair devised the event while playing on the Horsham course. Mr Goodson’s idea, enthusiastically backed by Mr Matheson, was to have a fully sponsored two-day event where fun for everyone was

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Horsham Country Music Festival

March 22- 25, 2018

Country festival hits the mark H

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BY DEAN LAWSON

orsham Country Music Festival organisers are confident they have the formula right in meeting the demands of their target audience.

Festival co-ordinator Lyall Wheaton said the event’s consistent growth in the past decade reflected that it was hitting the mark. The four-day Horsham Country Music Festival will start on March 22 and feature a broad cross-section of artists and country-music genres. Mr Wheaton said the festival schedule remained relatively unchanged from last year, with the event’s flagship ACE Radio Country Music Spectacular on the Saturday likely to draw the biggest crowd. “After 10 years, we’re very confident we have the entertainment variety and formula pretty much right,” he said. “The pinnacle of the festival is definitely the Saturday spectacular. “I’d challenge anyone to come up with a better festival scenario where people can gather on the lush lawns of the river bank at Sawyer Park to enjoy a broad range of live country music. “With a forecast of favourable weather, we also have one of the best outdoor music soundshell venues in country Victoria. “We’ve long identified the soundshell, with its parking and lawns, as the perfect venue to accommodate a large crowd and that’s why it’s the primary headquarters for the festival. “There is a lot of room for everyone to bring their chairs, picnics or whatever.” Mr Wheaton said the festival featured something for everyone, especially the over-60 target audience, over four big days of live entertainment. “The beauty of our festival is that it is for the country-music traditionalist, and this appeal applies to a broad cross-section of ages,” he said. “But it really is directed to appeal to the older members of the community. “To be perfectly honest, our festival probably rates as one of the biggest in Victoria providing festival-scale entertainment to people aged over 60.”



SHOW OF SUPPORT: ACE Radio staff, from left, Holly King, Emma Elsom, Andy Heath and Paul Burns, show support for Horsham Country Music Festival from March 22 to 25. ACE Radio sponsors the flagship Country Music Spectacular on the Saturday night.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Community

Mr Wheaton stressed the festival’s organising committee was driven by a desire to ‘put on something for the community’. “Whether it be to raise money for a worthy cause or simply as entertainment and a love of country music – we do it for the people,” he said. Proceeds from this year’s festival will go to a Wimmera Cancer Centre equipment fund, following previous festival dedications to the cancer project. “One of the prime motivations behind why we’re supporting the cancer centre project is that in the past 11 years, four committee members have had cancer and three have died,” Mr Wheaton said. “That certainly provides a great incentive on top of everything else. “We raised 17,500 for the cancer centre in 2016 and we hope to raise close to that amount again this year. “This is a way of showing a dedica-

tion of making sure our festival stays in touch with the community.” Mr Wheaton urged patrons to make the most of the events and to buy a $65 festival pass. “If a person wants to get the most

out of the festival then that’s the way to do it,” he said. “Festival passes are available from Horsham Visitor Information Centre and get people into the four events at the soundshell – the Thursday

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night Bush Balladeers, Friday Tribute Night, Saturday spectacular and Sunday Gospel Music Marathon. “There are also free events that people might want to combine with shopping in Horsham Plaza or in Horsham’s central business district. “Local artists will perform in Roberts Place on the Friday from 10am to 4pm and buskers will be in the plaza from 9am to 11.30am. “If you have the energy you can do the lot.” Mr Wheaton said the aim of the festival was to encourage people to attend the various events and enjoy themselves. “Behind the scenes we are all passionate volunteers striving to put on a high-quality event that is only getting bigger and better every year,” he said. “We have a lot of people coming and we recommend anyone looking for last-minute accommodation to get in touch with the visitor information centre.”

Saturday spectacular a highlight

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orsham Country Music Festival is a whirlwind of attractions and highlighting a packed program is the ACE Radio Country Music Spectacular on the Saturday of the event.

The spectacular at Horsham Soundshell features nine hours of non-stop country music, starting at 1pm  and finishing at 10pm. This year’s ACE Radio Country Music Spectacular again features a star-studded line-up of enthusiastic

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performers ready to entertain an expected big Sawyer Park crowd. Among the performers will be Laura Downing and Kiara Rodrigues from Brisbane, Dwayne Elix, Sydney, Joy Adams from New Zealand and Victorians Justin Standley, Don Costa, Trevor Keilar, Robyn Gleeson and junior debutantes Georgie and Lachie McGennisken. Festival co-ordinator Lyall Wheaton said event committee members were expecting more than 1000 peo-

ple to make the most of the rare entertainment opportunity. He said patrons would pay $30 to attend the full nine hours, but music enthusiasts attending after 6pm would pay a reduced fee of $20. At 8.15pm officials will present a cheque to Wimmera Health Care Group chief executive Catherine Morley. All proceeds from the festival are going to a Wimmera Cancer Centre equipment fund.

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Horsham Country Music Festival Among the entertainers... John O’Dea

Robyn Gleeson

Orroroo, South Australia John is a singer-songwriter making his Horsham Country Music Festival debut. He will sing two sets of bush ballads on Thursday  night and perform a tribute to John Williamson on Friday night.

Warrnambool, Victoria Gleeson is making her Horsham festival debut, pairing with Trevor Keilar for a Johnny Cash-June Carter tribute on Friday night. On Saturday, she will sing a set of country songs before supporting Costa at the RSL on Sunday night.

Laura Downing

Dwayne Elix

Brisbane, Queensland The popular Brisbane-based country music artist and yodeller will make her fourth Horsham festival appearance in 2018. Downing will perform two sets of bush ballads on Thursday night. On Friday, she will pay tribute to yodeler Shirley Toms and on Saturday, she will sing two sets of country songs.

Don Costa

Sydney, New South Wales The brilliant banjo player from Sydney will channel Marty Robbins for a tribute on Friday night. He will sing two sets of country songs on Saturday and a gospel set on Sunday. Elix will emcee the busking competition at Horsham Plaza on Saturday morning.

Robinvale, Victoria The well-known and hardworking Costa is also making his fourth appearance at the Horsham festival. He will sing two sets of country tunes on Saturday and a gospel set on Sunday. He will cap off the festival at a dinner and show at Horsham RSL on Sunday night, joined by Robyn Gleeson.

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Yarrawonga, Victoria Price will make his Horsham Country Music Festival debut, singing two sets of bush ballads on Thursday night. He will also perform a tribute to Willie Nelson on Friday night.

Justin Standley

Seaford, Victoria The talented and versatile Standley is in high demand. Making his second consecutive Horsham festival appearance, he will perform a tribute to the late Glen Campbell on Friday night. He will also sing two sets of country on Saturday and two gospel sets on Sunday. He will partner Joy Adams at Toy’s Garden Restaurant on Sunday night.

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New Zealand Making her second consecutive Horsham festival appearance, the New Zealand-based all rounder will pay tribute to Brenda Lee on Friday night. Adams will perform two sets of country songs on Saturday, a gospel set on Sunday and share the stage with Justin Standley at Toy’s Garden Restaurant on Sunday night.

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Brisbane, Queensland Rodrigues was the star of A Pleasant Sunday Afternoon, which opened the new Horsham Town Hall and raised $17,500 for the Wimmera Cancer Centre. Rodrigues is making her third consecutive Horsham festival appearance this year. She will sing two sets of country songs on Saturday and two sets of gospel on Sunday.

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Horsham Country Music Festival Festival money to go to new centre P

roceeds from Horsham Country Music Festival will go towards a Wimmera Cancer Centre equipment fund.

Festival co-ordinator Lyall Wheaton said the decision represented the second time Horsham Country Music Association had donated proceeds of a major event to the centre. “In 2016 Horsham Country Music Association presented the first event in the then new Horsham Town Hall – A Pleasant Sunday Afternoon, raising $17,500 for a cancer centre building fund,” he said. “This year proceeds from the festival will go towards equipment for the new centre, scheduled to open later this year.” Mr Wheaton said Horsham Country Music Association’s committee was dedicated to raising money for Wimmera Cancer Centre because four members of the committee had been im-

pacted by cancer. “Sadly, three former committee members lost their battle with cancer,” he said. Committee chairman Colin Morrell said the organisation would present a cheque to Wimmera Health Care Group chief executive Catherine Morley on the Saturday night of the festival. Mr Morrell encouraged people from across the Wimmera to support this year’s event. “If people can’t attend all four days of the festival, they should attend on the Saturday  night from 6pm to 10pm,” he said. “The admission cost to see four hours of nonstop quality country music featuring Don Costa, Kiara Rodrigues, Laura Downing, Justin Standley, Dwayne Elix and Joy Adams is only $20.” Mr Morrell said there would be a wide range of food stalls operating at the festival at Sawyer Park.

IN TUNE: Marle Slape tunes up at Horsham Country Music Festival walk-ups at Horsham Riverside Caravan Park last year.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Opportunities for budding stars N on-professional artists also have an opportunity to showcase their talents throughout Horsham Country Music Festival.

Artists who wish to participate in the annual event can take advantage of three opportunities, starting with walk-ups at Horsham Riverside Caravan Park on the Thursday afternoon. The walk-ups will be from 3.30pm to 5.30pm and registration is not required. Horsham Country Music Festival co-ordinator Lyall Wheaton said artists would be able to perform two songs, depending on numbers. “This is a fantastic opportunity for budding country music stars,” he said. Sought-after country music Wednesday, March 14, 2018

entertainer Venessa Waara will emcee this section of the festival. On the Saturday morning, attention will turn to Horsham Plaza for an annual busking competition. The competition will run from 9am to 11.30am. Dwayne Elix, who will travel from his home in Sydney to attend the Horsham festival, will compere the busking competition, which will be judged by Laura Downing, Des Richards and Robyn Gleeson. “Each artist will be allocated 20 minutes and will perform either on the centre stage or at the front or back doors,” Mr Wheaton said. “The buskers will compete for Best Busker and Most Popular accolades, along with an encouragement award.

“There are still several spots available, so I encourage buskers to enter this great competition.” Artists wishing to enter can call Mr Wheaton on 5381 1995. The third opportunity for non-professionals is on the Sunday morning, at Wimmera Lakes Caravan Park. “This will be another walkup event, where artists can either sing country songs or recite bush poetry,” Mr Wheaton said. Rod and Rhonda Owens will emcee the walk-ups, from 8.45am to 10am. Artists and poets will have a chance to perform one or two items, depending on numbers. Registrations are not required.

March 22- 25, 2018 YOUNG PERFORMERS: Lachie and Georgie McGennisken will be the youngest artists ever to perform during the ACE Radio Country Music Spectacular on the Saturday of the event.

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ountry music has a reputation for being able to cross all age barriers.

And an example of its family-friendly approach will be more than evident at Horsham Soundshell on the Saturday afternoon of the 11th annual festival. Georgie and Lachie McGennisken, from Gippsland and only 10 and 12 respectively, will perform a 20-minute set after winning a most-popular artists section during the festival’s busking competition last year. Festival co-ordinator Lyall Wheaton said the McGenniskens were ‘by far’ the youngest artists to perform at the soundshell during the event.

“Since last year’s Horsham Country Music Festival the pair has been in high demand. They have produced a CD and did walk-up performances at last year’s Mildura Country Music Festival and this year’s Tamworth Country Music Festival,” he said. Busking has opened the door for many entertainers and the Horsham festival will again provide an opportunity for people to busk at Horsham Plaza between 9am and 11am before the ACE Radio Spectacular at Sawyer Park on Saturday week. Festival organisers have also arranged an opportunity for walk-up performances at Horsham Riverside Caravan Park on Tuesday from 3.30pm to 5.30pm.

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1. What was the name of the famous 1944 Walt Disney animated musical that features Donald Duck, cigar-smoking Brazilian parrot Jose Carioca and pistol-packing rooster Panchito Pistoles from Mexico?

5. Following a trial on August 23, 1305, what famous military leader was strangled, emasculated, eviscerated, had his bowels burnt before him, was beheaded, cut into four parts, had his head placed on a pike atop London Bridge and his limbs displayed in Newcastle, Berwick, Sterling and the United Kingdom city of Perth?

2. Levi Strauss and Jacob W. Davis were responsible for the first blue denim jeans. Strauss was born in a country now known as what? A. United States. B. Poland. C. 6. There are plenty of inGermany. D. Australia. sects in the Wimmera that communicate through strid3. The Simmons company, ulation. When an insect from 1978 to 1994, helped stridulates, what is it doing? change the direction and sound of contemporary mu- 7. What country is home to sic with the manufacturing the world’s longest continuof what? ously running ski club and also the first international 4. Horsham businessman alpine ski carnival? Shayne Breuer played for what two AFL clubs and is recognised as being the first at one of the clubs to do what?

8. We’re almost back into footy season and can be proud that the man considered the founding father of Aussie rules, Thomas Wills, grew up at Moyston. But we shouldn’t be proud of how he died. How did he die? 9. Still on footy and history. After the First World War, what highly decorated Australian military hero, responsible for spearheading a cavalry charge on the wells at Beersheba, sat on Wimmera Football League’s tribunal for many years? 10. What is the most famous family to have lived in a house at Eleven Mile Creek, Greta West.

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: White Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1.3.2.5 Lotto Numbers: 1.2.15.26.36.34 Favourable conditions for new opportunities in many new business dealings. Travel is figuring much in the near future and some happy reunions coming up for you soon.

TAURUS:

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 3.6.2.3 Lotto Numbers: 3.12.26.34.40.22 Romantic vibes all around you and some may even be tying the knot. The social scene is very hectic and you may need to take some time off to recover. Health improvements are indicated.

VIRGO:

CAPRICORN:

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Red Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1.3.2.1 Lotto Numbers: 1.12.15.26.34.36 Some very good luck could change your plans regarding family travel. Also a very good period to start a new business or a career plan.

LIBRA:

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Violet Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 1.2.4.5 Lotto Numbers: 4.15.45.40.3.39 If you take good care during this period, you should have a very successful time with loved ones and also in business. There could be some intrigue coming into your life however.

SCORPIO:

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Gold Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 1.6.5.2 Lotto Numbers: 1.15.26.34.8.33 A very deceptive influence operating during this period; so don’t take anything at face value. Check all facts before making any decisions. Keep purse strings very tight until you have read all the fine print.

AQUARIUS:

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Cream Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 1.3.8.9 Lotto Numbers: 1.15.24.8.6.3 Some progress should be happening in your working life and possibilities of changes affecting you. Positive vibes about someone special could lead to a romantic encounter.

PISCES:

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Silver Lucky Day: Sunday Racing Numbers: 6.5.2.3 Lotto Numbers: 4.12.26.39.8.44 Moving or changing address is a distinct possibility. Try to keep away from irritating friends and depressive people. It is up to you to stay positive and good humoured.

Answers: 1. The Three Cabelleros. It is based on an adventure through Latin America. 2. Germany. He was born in Buttenheim in 1829 in the Franconia region of the Kingdom of Bavaria. 3. Electronic drums. Drum pads were in the shape of a hexagon. 4. Geelong and Port Adelaide. He kicked Port Adelaide’s first goal in the AFL. 5. Scottish knight William Wallace. 6. Creating sound by rubbing body parts together. 7. Australia. Three Norwegian miners introduced skiing to Australia during the 1861 NSW gold rush. Kiandra hosted the first carnival. 8. He killed himself with a pair of scissors. 9. James Lawson of Rupanyup. He was Commander of 23 Squadron, Australian Light Horse. 10. Ned Kelly’s family.

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(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Orange Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 4.9.8.7 Lotto Numbers: 4.12.26.35.4.22 Real estate dealings could be very prevalent during this period. Some indication of profit making is also present. In family relations, some kind of decision will have to be made.

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Dark Blue Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 1.6.8.9 Lotto Numbers: 9.5.12.26.34.45 You could be very popular in your circle of friends and more in demand on the club circuit; your organising abilities will come in very handy now. Someone new and interesting could be introduced into your life.

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(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Saturday Racing Numbers: 1.6.5.2 Lotto Numbers: 1.12.16.36.39.8 It is a good period to take some risks in your business ventures; most should have luck on their side to make gains. Do not neglect loved ones or you could find a tense situation developing at home.

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(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 1.6.9.5 Lotto Numbers: 1.15.26.34.40.45 You should be able to gain the support you have been hoping for some time and your plans should be realised soon. Do not make promises you might not be able to keep due to time or energy.

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Peach Lucky Day: Thursday Racing Numbers: 1.3.2.5 Lotto Numbers: 1.12.15.24.40.33 You will have to be more careful about your health for a little while. Maybe a course of exercises could be beneficial. You will discover that old friends are the best in an unusual situation that is coming up very soon.

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The SportLine versions are priced at $4000 more than the regular variants and add a number of visual flairs inside and out.

SportLine variants gain 20-inch Vega anthracite alloy wheels and the SportLine design package, which includes blacked-out door mirrors, roof rails, window frames, ceiling trim, radiator grille frame, body coloured side panel and a unique Velvet Red paint colour. Inside, the SportLine gains Alcantara leather sports seats with silver stitching, Alcantara upholstery in the door panel, aluminium finish accel-

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Both variants employ a seven-speed dual-clutch DSG automatic transmission that sends power to all four wheels. Two option packs are available across the range – the Tech pack for $2600 and Luxury pack, which costs regular Kodiaq buyers $4900, down to $3400 for the SportLine. The Kodiaq follows the launch of the Superb SportLine early last year that added goodies onto the top-spec

206TSI 4x4. Skoda has sold 201 examples of the Kodiaq in the first two months of 2018, comfortably behind segment leaders such as the Toyota Prado with 2492 sales, Toyota Kluger, 2317, and Subaru Outback, 1666. It recorded 630 total sales in the six months it was on sale in 2017.  – Robbie Wallis

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number of manufacturers including Kia, Peugeot, Maserati and Alpine have revealed special-edition models at the Geneva motor show, and some of them could eventually make their way into Australian showrooms.

Maserati has shown its Ghibli, Quattroporte and Levante models in blacked-out Nerissimo Edition form, a variant based on the GranSport trim that adds a number of dark trim elements. Nerissimo Editions score a deep black body paint colour, black chrome trim on the upper part of the grille frame, Trident badge, side air vents, boot and badging on the C-pillars and rear of the vehicle. Meanwhile, the grille bars, door handles, exhaust tips and window trim are also finished in black. Ghibli and Quattropotre versions come with a dark finish on the LED headlights, and the choice of 20-inch Urano or 21-inch Titano alloy hoops finished in gloss black, while the Levante gains front and rear underbody protection, black foglight rings and the choice of two black 20-inch and one 21-inch alloys. Inside, the Ghibli receives heated front and rear sport seats, heated steering wheel, tinted windows, power rear sunblind and ‘dark mirror’ interior finish, with Black Piano and carbon-fibre trims available as options. The Quattroporte comes with either carbon-fibre or Black Piano trim, as well as tinted windows, rearview camera power bootlid, HomeLink system and keyless entry for rear doors. Finally, the Levante also gets the sport seats shared with the Ghibli, four-zone automatic climate control, power foot pedals and the Easy Entry system. Maserati Australia has confirmed the Quattroporte Nerissimo will lob mid year, while the Levante and Ghibli versions will hit showrooms in October. Peugeot has unveiled a first edition version of its all-new 508 mid-size liftback, with a number of enhancements over the regular version that is set for an Australian debut, as new local distributor Inchcape goes about reviving the brand Down Under.

RIO GRANDE: Kia Australia could potentially add the top-spec GT-Line, revealed at the Geneva motor show, to its Rio line-up.

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Renault targets shared mobility

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UP AND GO: The EZ-GO can accommodate up to six passengers a trip and is aimed at transporting children, the elderly and those who cannot drive. coming and create a community feel, according to the French car-maker. However, in a nod to tradition, a steering wheel is provided at either end of the cabin – a necessary requirement given the EZ-GO is a level four autonomous vehicle. This level of autonomy means the EZ-GO is capable of self-driving on recognised roads, but its top speed is limited to 48kmh to increase safety further.

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their smartphones wirelessly and view trip information on a large display located on the front hatch. Furthermore, during their journey, passengers are treated to an expansive view of the city landscape thanks to the EZ-GO’s large glazed side windows and panoramic roof that automatically darkens if outside light becomes too strong. Renault’s 4Control four-wheel steering system allows for improved agility in the city environment, while an active suspension automatically raises ride height when on the move so that speed bumps are dealt with more easily. When booking an EZ-GO, ride-sharers can customise their experience by choosing from several vehicles that have different sets of passengers, such as tourists who want a guided tour of a city. According to the marque, the EZGO is just the first of several concepts it will debut this year, with the others to follow a similar theme. Renault rolled out its Symbioz Concept at the Frankfurt motor show in September last year, with the model featuring level four autonomy and vehicle-to-infrastructure connectivity.  – Justin Hilliard

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6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Rollin’ Thunder 7:30 Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars 8:30 Hook Line And Sinker (PG) 9:30 Counting Cars (PG) 10:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 11:00 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights 12:00 Slideshow (PG) 1:00 Police Woman (M v) 2:00 Counting Cars (PG) 2:30 American Pickers (PG) 3:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 4:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 5:00 Counting Cars (PG) 6:00 American Pickers (PG) 7:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Oblivion” (M) (’14) Stars: Andrea Riseborough 11:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 1:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 2:00 Counting Cars (PG)

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WIN

6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 Religious Programs 7:30 Home Shopping 8:00 Ellen (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Expedition Unknown (PG) 11:30 As Time Goes By (PG) 12:10 Movie: “Our Miss Fred” (PG) (’73) Stars: Danny La Rue 2:15 Colin And Justin’s Home Heist (PG) 3:25 Expedition Unknown (PG) 4:25 Heartbeat (PG) 5:30 Four In A Bed (PG) 6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 As Time Goes By (PG) 7:30 NRL: Cronulla Sharks v St George Illawarra Dragons *Live* 9:55 Movie: “Chinatown” (M l,v) (’74) Stars: Roman Polanski 12:30 Four In A Bed (PG)

GEM

ABC

5:00 Children’s Programs 1:20 Horrible Histories 2:15 Degrassi: The Next Generation (PG) 2:40 Yonderland (PG) 3:00 Eve 3:30 Thunderbirds Are Go 4:00 The Dengineers 4:30 Operation Ouch! 5:00 BTN Newsbreak 5:35 Dragons: Race To The Edge 6:00 The Legend Of Korra (PG) 6:25 Doctor Who (PG) 7:10 BTN Newsbreak 7:20 Kung Fu Panda 7:40 Danger Mouse 7:55 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 8:20 Fangbone! 8:45 Dr Dimensionpants! 9:05 Odd Squad 9:20 Miraculous Tales Of Lady Bug And Cat Noir 9:40 Detentionaire 10:05 rage (PG)

ABC ME

FRIDAY MARCH 16 5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra (PG) [s] 11:30 NINE NINE’s Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Movie: “Deep Blue Sea” (M l,v) (’99) Stars: Samuel L Jackson, Stellan Skarsgard, Jacqueline McKenzie 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINE’s Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Vet On The Hill (PG) [s] 8:30 Movie: “He's Just Not That Into You” (M l,s) (’09) Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Scarlett Johansson, Jennifer Aniston, Justin Long, Drew Barrymore 11:05 The Closer: Dumb Luck (M) [s] 12:00 Bangkok Airport: Lost In Translation (M l) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Filthy Rich (M v,l) [s] 3:00 The Avengers: Superlative Seven (PG) [s] 4:00 Global Shop 4:30 The Baron (PG) [s]

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Get Smart (PG) 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harry’s Practice

6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Dawson’s GO! Creek (PG) 2:00 Steven Universe (PG) 2:30 The Looney Tunes Show 3:00 Pokemon 3:30 Ninjago: Masters Of Spinjitzu (PG) 4:00 Young Justice (PG) 4:30 Ben 10 (PG) 5:00 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 5:30 Adventure Time (PG) 6:00 Movie: “Stuart Little” (G) (’99) Stars: Michael J Fox 7:40 Movie: “Peter Pan” (PG) (’03) Stars: Jeremy Sumpter 9:55 Movie: “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider” (M v) (’01) Stars: Angelina Jolie 11:55 WWE Smackdown (MA15+) 12:55 Total Divas (M v,l) 1:55 WWE Slam City (PG) 2:00 The Looney Tunes Show

ABC COMEDY

6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 Religious Programs 7:30 Home Shopping 8:00 Ellen (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Expedition Unknown (PG) 11:30 As Time Goes By (PG) 12:10 Movie: “Death Is A Woman” (M v,s) (’66) Stars: Patsy Ann Noble 1:45 Four In A Bed (PG) 2:15 Colin And Justin’s Home Heist (PG) 3:25 The Wonderful World Of Puppies And Kittens 4:25 Heartbeat (PG) 5:30 Four In A Bed (PG) 6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 As Time Goes By (PG) 7:30 NRL: Brisbane Broncos v North Queensland Cowboys *Live* 10:55 Movie: “Last Man Standing” (M) (’96)

ABC ME

9:00 Jake And The Fatman (PG) 10:00 Reel Action 10:30 Hogan’s Heroes 11:00 Cheers (PG) 12:00 Get Smart (PG) 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Matlock: The Divorce (PG) 3:00 Jake And The Fatman: Mickey Daytona (PG) 4:00 Diagnosis Murder: An Explosive Murder (PG) 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager (PG) 6:00 Hogan’s Heroes 6:30 MacGyver (PG) 8:30 Walker, Texas Ranger (M v) 11:30 CSI: NY (M v) 12:30 Home Shopping 2:00 Matlock (M v) 3:00 Walker, Texas Ranger (M v)

Children’s Programs 12:00 WIN’s All 11 6:00 Australian News 1:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 2:00 The Young And The Restless (PG) 2:50 Alive And Cooking 3:00 Will & Grace (PG) 3:30 Mike & Molly (PG) 4:00 Malcolm In The Middle (PG) 4:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Mike & Molly (PG) 7:30 Will & Grace (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Shall We Dance?” (M l) (’04) Stars: Richard Gere 10:35 100% Hotter (PG) 11:35 The Late Late Show (M) 12:35 Dr Quinn Medicine Woman (PG)

7:00 Match It 7:30 Tashi 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 House Of Wellness (PG) 1:00 Better Homes And Gardens 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Auction Squad 4:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 5:00 Medical Emergency (PG) 5:30 Escape To The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Air Crash Investigations (PG) 8:30 Building The Dream 9:30 The House That 100K Built 10:30 Property Ladder UK (PG) 11:30 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Rollin’ Thunder 7:30 Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars 8:30 Hook Line And Sinker (PG) 9:30 Counting Cars (PG) 10:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 11:00 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights 12:00 Police Woman (M v) 2:00 400 Thunder 3:00 Counting Cars (PG) 3:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 4:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 5:00 Counting Cars (PG) 6:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 7:00 Movie: “The Waterboy” (PG) (’99) Stars: Adam Sandler 8:45 Movie: “Fast And Furious 6” (M v,l) (’14) Stars: Elsa Pataky 11:15 screenPLAY (M) 11:45 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 12:45 Counting Cars (PG)

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GEM

5:00 Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: “Escort In Love” (M d,l) (’11) (In Italian) 1:45 UnREAL (M d,s) 2:30 Climbing Lebanon (M l) 3:00 The Pizza Show (PG) 3:30 Dateline 3:55 The Mindy Project (PG) 4:25 VICE (PG) 4:55 Vice News Tonight 5:25 If You Are The One (In Mandarin) 6:40 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (PG) 7:30 The Feed 8:00 Dateline 8:30 Full Frontal With Samantha Bee (M) 9:00 Rockwiz (M) 10:00 Femen: Sextremism In Canada (M) 10:25 Unplanned America (MA15+) 11:20 Football: UEFA Champions League Highlights 12:20 Vice News Tonight 12:45 Desus And Mero (M)

Thomas And Friends 5:30 Peppa Pig 6:00 Octonauts 6:25 Go Jetters 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 Frontline (PG) 9:00 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M l,s) 9:30 Squinters (M l,d,s) 10:00 Murder In Successville (M l,s,v) 10:30 Red Dwarf (PG) 11:00 The Office (M) 11:20 30 Rock (M s) 11:40 Parks And Recreation (PG) 12:00 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M l,s) 12:30 Red Dwarf (PG) 1:00 The Office (M) 1:25 30 Rock (M) 1:45 Parks And Recreation (PG)

Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] Prime 6:00 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 TBA 1:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue [s] 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens [s] 8:30 Movie: “Last Cab To Darwin” (M l) (’15) – When Rex, a Broken Hill cab driver, is told he doesn't have long to live, he sets out on an epic journey. Stars: Michael Caton, Jacki Weaver 11:00 Movie: “Horrible Bosses” (MA15+) (’11) – Three friends conspire to murder their awful bosses when they realise they are standing in the way of their happiness. Stars: Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day 1:00 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights [s] 2:00 Home Shopping

The Talk (PG) [s] 7:00 Entertainment WIN 6:00 Tonight [s] 7:30 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 The Living Room - Encore [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Neighbours [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold And The Beautiful (PG) [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News: First At Five [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project (PG) [s] 7:30 The Living Room (PG) [s] 8:30 Hughesy, We Have A Problem (M s) [s] 9:30 The Graham Norton Show (M) [s] 10:30 This Is Us: Brothers (M) [s] 11:30 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project (PG) [s] 1:30 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (PG) [s] 2:30 Home Shopping

CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS 5:00 English News 5:30 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 1:55 Nigella Express: Temple Food / Legacy 2:50 Cold Justice: Lois Roberts (PG) 3:20 Digging For Britain’s Secrets: West (PG) 4:20 The Story Of Egypt: Chaos (PG) 5:25 Letters And Numbers 5:55 Great British Food Revival: Gregg Wallace On Rhubarb 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Great British Railway Journeys: Exmouth To Newton Abbot (PG) 8:05 Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail 8:35 The Diet Testers: How To Lose Weight Well (PG) 9:35 Knightfall: IV (MA15+) 10:25 The Bridge (MA15+) (In Swedish) 11:35 SBS World News Late Edition 12:05 Movie: “Food And Shelter” (M l) (’15) Stars: Natalia de Molina (In Spanish) 1:40 Bear Grylls’ Mission Survive (M l)

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas SBS VICELAND ABC COMEDY In Pyjamas 4:15 Wallykazam! 5:00

ABC

TEN

SBS

6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 Mornings With Joe ABC 24 O’Brien 12:00 ABC News With Ros Childs

3:00 ABC News Afternoons 6:00 ABC News Express 6:10 The Drum 7:00 ABC National News 8:00 ABC Evening News 9:00 Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant 9:45 The Business 10:00 The World With Beverley O’Connor 11:00 ABC News Tonight 12:00 ABC Late News 12:30 7.30 1:00 ABC News Overnight 1:15 Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant 2:00 ABC News Overnight 2:15 The Drum 3:00 ABC News Update 3:02 The World With Beverley O’Connor 4:00 BBC Global 4:30 7.30

SBS 2

6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News ABC Mornings [s] 10:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 11:00 Think Tank (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon [s] 1:00 One Plus One [s] 1:30 Meet The Mavericks (M l) [s] 2:00 Call The Midwife (M) [s] 2:55 Dream Gardens [s] 3:25 Doctor Who (PG) [s] 4:15 Pointless [s] 5:00 ABC News At Five [s] 5:10 The Drum [s] 6:00 Think Tank (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Gardening Australia [s] 8:30 Harrow: Ex Animo (M l,n,v) [s] 9:25 Silent Witness: Identity (Part 2) (M v) [s] 10:25 ABC Late News [s] 10:55 The Business [s] 11:10 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (M) [s] 11:40 Planet America (M) [s] 12:25 Basketball: NBL: Grand Final: Melbourne v TBA [s] 2:05 rage (MA15+)

5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS English News 5:30 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 1:55 Vote Yes For Aborigines 2:55 NITV News: Week In Review 3:25 Poh’s Kitchen 4:25 Luke Nguyen’s United Kingdom 5:25 Letters And Numbers 5:55 Great British Food Revival: Clarissa Dickson Wright On Garlic 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Great British Railway Journeys: Killarney To Cobh / Charleville To Waterford 8:40 Homeland: Active Measures (MA15+) 9:40 Movie: “Rain Man” (M) (’88) Stars: Dustin Hoffman, Tom Cruise, Valeria Golino, Gerald R Molen 12:10 Movie: “Byzantium” (MA15+) (’12) Stars: Gemma Aterton, Saoirse Ronan, Caleb Laundry Jones, Sam Riley 2:20 The Secret (M l) 4:05 ISIS: British Women Supporters Unveiled (M)

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:15 Wallykazam! 5:00 Thomas And Friends 5:30 Peppa Pig 6:00 Octonauts 6:25 Go Jetters 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 Hard Quiz (M l,s) 8:30 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (M) 9:00 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M s) 9:30 Upstart Crow (M s) 10:00 The Thick Of It (M l,s) 11:00 Red Dwarf (PG) 11:30 The Office (PG) 11:50 30 Rock (PG) 12:10 Parks And Recreation (PG) 12:30 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M l,s) 1:00 Red Dwarf (PG) 1:30 The Office (PG)

5:00 Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: SBS VICELAND “The Moon Child” (M l,s) (’11) (In

5:00 Children’s Programs 1:55 The Next Step 2:15 Degrassi: The Next Generation (PG) 2:40 Yonderland (PG) 3:00 Eve 3:30 Thunderbirds Are Go 4:00 The Dengineers 4:30 Operation Ouch! 5:00 BTN Newsbreak 5:35 Dragons: Race To The Edge 6:00 The Legend Of Korra (PG) 6:25 Doctor Who (PG) 7:10 BTN Newsbreak 7:20 Kung Fu Panda 7:40 Danger Mouse 7:55 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 8:20 Good Game SP 8:50 Voltron: Legendary Defender (PG) 9:10 Sailor Moon Crystal (PG) 9:35 Kamisama Kiss (PG) 10:00 K-On! (PG)

ABC 24 6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 Mornings With Joe

French) 1:55 UnREAL (M d,s) 2:45 Black Market: Dispatches (M) 3:10 Dead Set On Life (PG) 3:35 Dateline 4:05 The Mindy Project (PG) 4:30 Long Shot (PG) 5:00 Vice News Tonight 5:25 If You Are The One (In Mandarin) 6:40 The Classic Car Show (PG) 7:30 Batman (PG) 8:30 Adam Looking For Eve (MA15+) (In German) 9:25 Atlanta (M) 9:55 Queer As Folk (M) 10:45 Who Needs Ibiza? (M l) 11:50 Vice News Tonight 12:15 Desus And Mero 12:40 Paradise Papers: Secret Investigation (M l)

O’Brien 12:00 ABC News With Ros Childs 3:00 ABC News Afternoons 6:00 ABC News Express 6:10 The Drum 7:00 ABC National News 7:30 ABC News: SA Election Eve 8:30 ABC Evening News 9:02 Planet America 9:45 The Business 10:00 The World With Beverley O’Connor 11:00 ABC News Tonight 12:00 ABC Late News 12:30 The Mix 1:00 ABC News Overnight 1:15 Four Corners 2:00 ABC News Overnight 2:15 The Drum 3:00 ABC News Update 3:02 The World With Beverley O’Connor 4:00 BBC World News

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SBS

TEN

ABC

Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise Prime 6:00 [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) [s] 12:00 Seven’s Horse Racing: Rosehill - Coolmore Classic [s] 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (PG) [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Movie: “The Jungle Book” (PG) (’16) – After a threat from the tiger Shere Khan forces him to flee the jungle, a man-cub named Mowgli embarks on a journey of selfdiscovery. Stars: Scarlett Johansson, Idris Elba 9:00 Movie: “I, Robot” (M v) (’04) – In 2035 a techno-phobic cop investigates a crime that may have been perpetrated by a robot, which leads to a threat to humanity. Stars: Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan 11:30 The Goldbergs: An ’80s Rewind (PG) [s] 12:00 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights [s] 1:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Good Morning America [s] 7:00 NINE Weekend Today - Saturday [s] 10:00 Today Extra Saturday (PG) [s] 12:00 Cybershack (PG) [s] 12:30 Destination WA [s] 1:00 Kevin Can Wait (PG) [s] 1:30 Movie: “Goal!” (PG) (’05) Stars: Kuno Becker 4:00 The Garden Gurus [s] 4:30 Dream Job (PG) [s] 5:00 NINE News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Saturday [s] 7:00 David Attenborough’s Blue Planet II: Green Seas (PG) [s] 8:10 Movie: “Forrest Gump” (PG) (’94) Stars: Tom Hanks 11:00 Travel Guides: Tropical North Queensland (PG) [s] 12:00 Movie: “Good People” (MA15+) (’13) Stars: Kate Hudson, James Franco, Omar Sy, Tom Wilkinson 2:00 TV Shop 2:30 Movie: “Terminus” (M v,l) (’15) Stars: Jai Koutrae, Kendra Appleton 4:30 Global Shop 5:00 TV Shop 5:30 Wesley Impact [s]

5:00 rage (PG) [s] 10:00 rage Guest ABC Programmer (PG) [s] 11:00 Think Tank (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon 12:30 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Blood And Money (M v) [s] 1:25 Midsomer Murders: The Ballad Of Midsomer County (M v) [s] 3:00 TBA 4:00 Hello Birdy: Raptors (PG) [s] 4:30 Kangaroo Dundee (PG) [s] 5:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 6:00 Compass: Life For A Life (PG) [s] 6:30 A Taste Of Landline [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Death In Paradise (M v) [s] 8:30 Innocent (M v) [s] 9:20 River (M v) [s] 10:20 Black Work (M v) [s] 11:05 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Dead Air (M v) [s] 12:15 rage Guest Programmer (MA15+) [s]

CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS 5:00 English News 5:30 Worldwatch – Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 News 6:30 Al Jazeera Newshour 7:00 BBC News 7:30 Italian News 8:10 Filipino News 8:40 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 Small Business Secrets 2:30 ISU Figure Skating: Best Of Men 4:00 Destination Flavour Scandinavia 4:30 Story Of God With Morgan Freeman: Who Is God? (PG) 5:30 Supervet 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Arctic Super Bridge: Building Giants (PG) 8:25 Building Chernobyl’s Mega Tomb (M) 9:30 Flying Scotsman with Robson Green 10:30 The Truth About Medical Marijuana (PG) 12:00 Gadget Man: Self Improvement 2:30 Grand Tours Of The Scottish Islands 3:30 Football: Premier League: Stoke City v Everton *Live* from Bet365 Stadium, Stoke-On-Trent

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Jake And The 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Travel Oz (PG)

GO! 6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Beyblade Burst Evolution 1:30 Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel (PG) 2:00 Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (PG) 2:30 The Looney Tunes Show 3:00 The Amazing World Of Gumball (PG) 3:30 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (PG) 4:00 Teen Titans (PG) 4:30 Steven Universe (PG) 5:00 Movie: “Land Of The Lost” (PG) (’09) Stars: Will Ferrell 7:00 Movie: “Meet The Parents” (PG) (’00) Stars: Robert De Niro 9:10 Movie: “The Hangover” (MA15+) (’09) Stars: Bradley Cooper 11:10 Balls Of Steel Australia (MA15+) 12:10 Robot Chicken (MA15+) 12:25 Squidbillies (MA15+)

ABC COMEDY

5:00 Children’s Programs 2:10 Tree Fu Tom 2:35 The WotWots 3:05 Get Grubby TV 3:30 Play School 4:15 Ready, Jet, Go! 4:40 Peg + Cat 5:00 Thomas And Friends 5:30 Peppa Pig 6:00 Octonauts 6:25 Go Jetters 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 Would I Lie To You? (PG) 8:30 Live At The Apollo (M l,s) 9:15 Comedy Next Gen (M l,d,s) 10:05 Fleabag (MA15+) 10:35 Alan Davies: Little Victories (M) 11:55 Inside Amy Schumer (MA15+) 12:20 Asian Provocateur (M l,s) 12:50 The Trip To Italy (M l) 1:20 Live At The Apollo (M)

Worldwatch 12:00 Insight 1:00 SBS VICELAND 5:00 Vs. Arashi (PG) (In Japanese) 2:00

6:00 Expedition Unknown (PG) 7:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 10:00 Adventures In Rainbow Country 10:30 Movie: “The Ghost Of St Michael’s” (PG) (’41) Stars: Will Hay 12:10 Expedition Unknown (PG) 1:10 Movie: “Last Holiday” (G) (’50) Stars: Alec Guinness 3:00 Movie: “The Prince Who Was A Thief” (PG) (’51) Stars: Tony Curtis 4:50 Movie: “Midnight Lace” (PG) (’60) Stars: Doris Day, Rex Harrison, Myrna Loy 7:00 Movie: “True Grit” (PG) (’67) Stars: John Wayne, Glen Campbell, Kim Darby 9:40 Movie: “Joe Kidd” (M v) (’72) Stars: Clint Eastwood

ABC ME

5:00 Children’s Programs 12:25 Backstage 1:05 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 1:30 The Penguins Of Madagascar 2:05 The Deep 2:25 Total Drama Pahkitew Island 3:10 The Legend Of Korra (PG) 3:35 Voltron: Legendary Defender (PG) 4:00 The Dengineers 4:30 Operation Ouch! (PG) 5:10 Project Mc2 5:35 Dragons: Race To The Edge 6:00 The Legend Of Korra (PG) 6:25 Bear Grylls: Survival School (PG) 7:10 Officially Amazing 7:50 Danger Mouse 8:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 8:25 Fangbone! 8:50 Dr Dimensionpants! 9:10 Odd Squad 9:45 Detentionaire

One Plus One 6:30 The Breakfast Couch ABC 24 6:02 7:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:00 ABC News

6:00 The Home Team [s] 6:30 Everyday WIN Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 7:00 RPM [s] 8:00 Family Feud [s] 8:30 Weekend Feast [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday [s] 12:00 The Living Room (PG) [s] 1:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 1:30 Places We Go [s] 2:00 Life Inside The Markets [s] 2:30 A Taste Of Travel [s] 3:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals: Moroccan Lamb [s] 4:00 What’s Up Downunder [s] 4:30 Escape Fishing With ET [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News: First At Five [s] 6:00 Attenborough’s Great Natural Wonders Of The World [s] 7:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) [s] 8:00 2017 Montreal Comedy Festival (M) [s] 9:00 Movie: “The Guilt Trip” (M s,l) (’12) Stars: Seth Rogan, Barbra Streisand, 11:00 48 Hours: Death And The Dentist (M) [s] 12:00 48 Hours: Killer App (M) [s] 1:00 Home Shopping Fatman (PG) 9:00 Get Smart (PG) 10:00 Star Trek: Voyager (PG) 11:00 Diagnosis Murder (M v) 12:00 MacGyver (PG) 2:00 Jake And The Fatman (PG) 3:00 The Offroad Adventure Show 4:00 Attenborough’s The Life Of Mammals 5:00 Operation Repo (PG) 5:30 Hogan’s Heroes 6:00 Scorpion (PG) 7:00 Football: Just For Kicks 7:40 Hyundai A-League Round 23: Sydney FC v Brisbane Roar 10:00 CSI: NY (MA15+) 12:00 VF Confidential (M) 1:00 RPM 2:00 Operation Repo (PG) 3:30 Monster Jam

11 6:05 Drakers 6:30 Mia & Me 7:00 Lexi & Lottie 7:30 Mako: Island Of Secrets 8:00 Totally Wild 8:30 Scope 9:05 The Loop (PG) 11:35 Charmed (PG) 1:30 Rules Of Engagement (PG) 2:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 2:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 3:00 Frasier (PG) 3:30 Becker (PG) 4:00 Malcolm In The Middle (PG) 4:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 100% Hotter (PG) 8:30 Hughesy, We Have A Problem (M) 9:30 Googlebox (M) 10:30 The Loop (PG) 1:00 Charmed (PG)

9:30 Great Australian Doorstep (PG) 10:00 NBC Today 12:00 The Great Outdoors 1:00 Creek To Coast 1:30 SA Weekender 2:00 Great Australian Doorstep (PG) 2:30 Vasili’s Garden 3:00 Queensland Weekender 3:30 The Great Day Out 4:00 Sydney Weekender 4:30 Diana: Our Mother, Her Life And Legacy (PG) 6:00 M*A*S*H (PG) 7:30 The Yorkshire Vet In Autumn (PG) 8:30 Escape To The Country 10:30 Escape To The Continent 11:45 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights 1:00 Psychic TV (M)

6:00 Rollin’ Thunder 8:00 Home Shopping 9:00 Gold Coast 2018 Preview Show 9:30 400 Thunder 10:30 World Of X Games 11:00 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights 12:00 Superfoiler Grand Prix Racing 2:00 Blokesworld (PG) 2:30 Bid And Destroy (PG) 3:00 Grilled (PG) 4:00 Big Angry Fish (PG) 5:00 The Grand Tour (PG) 6:30 AFL: Women: Round 7: Western Bulldogs v Melbourne 9:15 Movie: “Eraser” (MA15+) (’96) Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger 11:30 Ultimate Factories (PG) 12:30 Blokesworld (PG) 1:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 2:00 Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars

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SUNDAY MARCH 18 TEN

ABC

6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise Prime [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend [s] 12:00 House Of Wellness (PG) [s] 1:00 Kochie’s Business Builders (PG) [s] 1:30 Gold Coast Preview Show [s] 2:30 Movie: “North By Northwest” (PG) (’59) – An advertising executive has the misfortune of standing just as the name “George Kaplan” is paged, starting a lethal case of mistaken identity. Stars: Cary Grant, James Mason 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Sydney Weekender [s] 6:00 7Prime News Sunday [s] 7:00 My Kitchen Rules (PG) [s] 8:30 Sunday Night [s] 9:30 Crimes That Shook The World: Dennis Nilsen (M v,s) [s] 10:30 Blindspot: Upside Down Craft (M) [s] 11:30 World's Deadliest Weather: Caught On Camera (PG) [s] 12:30 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights [s] 1:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Good Morning America [s] 7:00 NINE Weekend Today [s] 10:00 Sports Sunday (PG) [s] 11:00 Women’s Footy (PG) [s] 12:00 Sydney Surf Pro 2018: Highlights [s] 1:00 Ultimate Airport Dubai [s] 2:00 Movie: “Rocky IV” (PG) (’85) Stars: Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire, Burt Young 4:00 Walking The Nile (PG) [s] 5:00 NINE News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Postcards (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Sunday [s] 7:00 Married At First Sight (PG) [s] 8:40 60 Minutes [s] 9:40 Born To Kill? Class Of Evil: Graham Young – ‘Mad For Murder’ (MA15+) [s] 10:40 Killer On The Line: Anthony Mitchell (M v) [s] 11:40 House: Euphoria (Part 2) (M v,mp) [s] 12:35 The Mysteries Of Laura: The Mystery Of The Dark Heart (M v) [s] 1:30 Dream Job (PG) [s] 2:00 Bad Robots (M l,s) [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 The Baron (PG) [s]

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Rugby: Round 5: 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Religious Programs

6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Beyblade GO! Burst Evolution 1:30 Steven Universe (PG) 2:00 Yo-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (PG) 2:30 Yo-Kai Watch (PG) 3:00 The Amazing World Of Gumball (PG) 3:30 Teen Titans (PG) 4:00 Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (PG) 4:30 Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel (PG) 5:00 Movie: “Flight Of The Navigator” (G) (’86) Stars: Joey Cramer 7:00 Movie: “Pacific Rim” (M v) (’13) Stars: Charlie Hunnam 9:35 Movie: “Mad Max: Fury Road” (MA15+) (’15) Stars: Charlize Theron 12:05 Robot Chicken (MA15+) 12:30 Mr Pickles (MA15+) 12:45 Superjail (MA15+)

ABC COMEDY

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Miracle Magnetic Duster 7:00 Religious Programs 10:00 Movie: “Warlords Of Atlantis” (PG) (’78) Stars: Doug McClure, Hal Galili, Peter Gilmore 12:00 Garden Gurus 12:30 Getaway (PG)1:00 Sunday Footy Show (PG) 3:00 NRL: Manly Sea Eagles v Parramatta Eels *Live* From Lottoland, Brookvale 6:00 TBA 7:00 Midsomer Murders (PG) 9:10 Law And Order SVU (M) 11:10 The Closer (M) 12:05 Person Of Interest (M v) 1:00 Home Shopping 1:30 Law And Order SVU (M) 3:30 Dangerman (PG) 4:30 Religious Programs 5:00 Seaway (PG)

ABC ME

Religious Programs 7:00 Fishing WIN 6:00 Australia [s] 7:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 8:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 8:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 9:00 Australia By Design [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Sunday [s] 12:00 Weekend Feast [s] 1:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals [s] 2:00 My Market Kitchen [s] 2:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 3:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 3:30 The Cook’s Pantry With Matt Sinclair [s] 4:00 RPM [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News: First At Five [s] 6:00 Family Feud - Sunday [s] 6:30 The Sunday Project (PG) [s] 7:30 All Star Family Feud: Bachelor In Paradise Special (PG) [s] 8:30 NCIS: Keep Your Friends Close (M) [s] 9:30 SEAL Team: The Exchange / Rolling Dark (M v) [s] 11:30 The Sunday Project (PG) [s] 12:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning Brumbies v Sharks 10:00 Operation Repo (PG) 10:30 Escape Fishing With ET 11:00 Life Inside The Markets 11:30 Whacked Out Sports (PG) 11:40 Wonders Of Life 1:00 4x4 Adventures 2:00 Cruise Mode 3:00 Adelaide Motorsport Festival 4:00 Seafood Escape With Andrew Ettingshausen 4:30 Places We Go (PG) 5:00 What’s Up Downunder 5:30 Operation Repo (PG) 6:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) 6:30 Scorpion (PG) 7:30 NCIS: Los Angeles 8:30 Attenborough’s The Life Of Mammals (PG) 9:30 COPS: Adults Only (M d)

Children’s Programs 10:00 Sherazade: 11 6:00 The Untold Stories 10:30 Family Ties (PG) 11:30 Charmed (PG) 1:25 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 2:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 2:30 Frasier (PG) 3:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 4:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:00 Malcolm In The Middle 6:30 Movie: “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” (PG) (’94) Stars: Jim Carrey 8:15 The Umbilical Brothers - Not Suitable For Children (M l,v) 10:15 100% Hotter (PG) 11:15 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:45 Frasier (PG)

9:00 Home Shopping 9:30 Harry’s Practice 10:00 House Of Wellness (PG) 11:00 NBC Today 12:00 The Great Outdoors 1:00 Australia’s Best Drives (PG) 1:30 The Outdoor Room With Jamie Durie 2:00 Sean’s Kitchen (PG) 2:30 Escape To The Continent 4:00 Escape To The Country 6:00 M*A*S*H (PG) 7:30 Border Security: International (PG) 8:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (PG) 9:30 Motorway Patrol (PG) 10:00 Brit Cops (PG) 10:30 Border Security: International (PG) 11:30 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Ultimate Factories (PG) 7:30 Home Shopping 9:30 TBA 10:00 TBA 10:30 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 11:00 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights 12:00 Superfoiler Grand Prix 2:00 Grilled (PG) 3:00 Ultimate Factories (PG) 4:00 Bid And Destory (PG) 4:30 The Grand Tour (PG) 5:50 Movie: “Superman II” (PG) (’80) Stars: Christopher Reeve 8:30 Movie: “The Martian” (M l) (’15) Stars: Matt Damon 11:30 Hardcore Pawn (M) 12:00 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 12:30 United Stuff Of America (M v) 1:30 The Fishing Show (PG) 5:30 Dream Car Garage

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The Pizza Show (PG) 2:25 Abandoned (PG) 3:15 Balls Deep: Trump Supporters (PG) 3:40 Huang’s World 4:30 Forever Young (PG) 5:00 Mythbusters (PG) 7:00 Chinese Dating With The Parents (PG) (In Chinese) 8:30 Movie: “Boogie Nights” (MA15+) (’97) Stars: Mark Wahlberg 11:20 Movie: “Animal Kingdom” (MA15+) (’10) Stars: Guy Pearce 1:20 Vice News Tonight 1:45 Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia (M d) 2:35 France 24 News In English 3:00 Thai News 3:30 Bangla News

11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:30 A Taste Of Landline 1:00 ABC News 1:15 Planet America 2:00 ABC News 2:30 Close Of Business 3:00 ABC News 3:30 The Breakfast Couch 4:00 ABC News 4:30 The Drum Weekly 5:00 ABC News 5:30 One Plus One 6:00 ABC News Weekend 6:30 SA Votes: Election Night 9:00 SA Votes: Election Results 11:00 ABC News 11:30 The Breakfast Couch 12:00 ABC Late News 12:15 Matter Of Fact 1:00 BBC World 1:15 Q&A

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6:00 rage (PG) [s] 7:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] ABC 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 The World This Week [s] 11:00 Compass: Life For A Life (PG) [s] 11:30 Songs of Praise: Harrogate [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon [s] 12:30 Landline [s] 1:30 Gardening Australia [s] 2:30 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery: Colin Hay (PG) [s] 3:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 4:00 The Mix [s] 4:30 The New Legends Of Monkey (PG) [s] 5:00 Death In Paradise (PG) [s] 6:00 The Checkout (PG) [s] 6:30 Hard Quiz (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News Sunday [s] 7:40 Grand Designs: South Hertfordshire [s] 8:30 Howard’s End (M) [s] 9:30 Howard’s End (M) [s] 10:30 Harrow: Ex Animo (M l,v,n) [s] 11:20 Silent Witness: Identity (Part 2) (M) [s] 12:20 rage (MA15+) 3:30 Antiques Roadshow: British Museum 2 [s] 4:30 The Bill (PG) [s] 5:00 Insiders [s]

5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS English News 5:30 Worldwatch 7:00 Small Business Secrets Summer 7:30 Worldwatch 9:30 Football: Premier League: Stoke City v Everton From Britannia Stadium, Stoke-On-Trent. 12:00 Worldwatch 1:00 2018 Australian Superbike Championship: Round 2 Wakefield Park Raceway, New South Wales 3:00 NBL: Teams TBC – Final *Live* 5:00 Small Business Secrets 5:30 WWII’s Great Escapes: The Freedom Trails: Slovenia 6:30 SBS World News 7:35 Eight Days That Made Rome: The Colosseum’s Grand Opening (PG) 8:30 That Sugar Film 10:20 Michael Mosley: Do We Need Health Tests? 11:25 Kids On The Edge: The Gender Clinic 12:20 Movie: “Blue Valentine” (MA15+) (’10) Stars: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams 2:25 Movie: “7 Days” (MA15+) (’10)

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:15 Ready, Jet, Go! 5:00 Thomas And Friends 5:30 Peppa Pig 5:55 The Hive 6:25 Go Jetters 6:50 Andy’s Prehistoric Adventures 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks 8:00 Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley! (M l,s) 8:50 Alan Davies: Life Is Pain (M) 10:10 Alan Davies ‘As Yet Untitled’ (M) 10:55 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (PG) 11:40 Upstart Crow (M s) 12:10 The Thick Of It (MA15+) 1:10 Plebs (M l,s,v) 1:35 Idiotsitter (M l,d,s)

5:00 Worldwatch 9:00 PopAsia SBS VICELAND 10:00 Worldwatch 12:00 Insight

5:00 Children’s Programs 9:30 Dragons: Race To The Edge (PG) 10:40 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 11:35 Hank Zipzer 12:05 Make It Pop 12:25 Backstage 1:05 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 1:30 The Penguins Of Madagascar 2:05 The Deep 2:50 Good Game SP 3:30 My Year 7 Life 4:00 The Dengineers 4:30 Operation Ouch! 5:05 Project Mc2 5:35 Dragons: Race To The Edge 6:00 The Legend Of Korra (PG) 6:25 Total Wipeout 7:25 Kung Fu Panda 7:45 Danger Mouse 8:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 8:20 Fangbone! 9:05 Odd Squad 9:40 Detentionaire 10:05 rage (PG)

ABC 24 7:00 Weekend Breakfast 9:00 Insiders 10:00

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Weekend Breakfast 11:00 ABC News 11:30 Offsiders 12:00 ABC News 12:30 Close Of Business 1:00 ABC News 1:30 The Mix 2:00 ABC News 2:30 The Breakfast Couch 3:00 ABC News 3:30 A Taste Of Landline 4:00 ABC News 4:30 One Plus One 5:00 ABC News 5:30 Compass 6:00 ABC News Weekend 6:15 Planet America 7:00 ABC News 8:00 ABC News 8:02 Insiders 9:00 ABC News Update 9:02 National Wrap 9:45 ABC News 10:30 One Plus One 11:00 ABC News 11:30 Close Of Business 12:00 ABC News

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MONDAY MARCH 19 TEN

ABC

Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] Prime 6:00 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “Stockholm, Pennsylvania” (M l) (’15) – A young woman, kidnapped when she was a child, returns home to the family she barely remembers and struggles to feel at home. Stars: Saoirse Ronan, Cynthia Nixon, Jason Isaacs, David Warshofsky, Avery Phillips 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG) [s] 9:15 The Resident: No Matter The Cost / The Elopement (M s) [s] 11:15 The Blacklist: The Cook (MA15+) [s] 12:15 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights [s] 1:30 Home Shopping

5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINE NINE’s Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Married At First Sight (M) [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINE’s Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Married At First Sight (M) [s] 9:00 Travel Guides: Sri Lanka (PG) [s] 10:00 Footy Classified (M) [s] 11:00 Better Late Than Never: Moroccan Wishes And Camel Dreams (PG) [s] 12:00 The Bible: Homeland (M v) [s] 1:00 Postcards (PG) [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo [s] 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 RPM 9:00 I Fish 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harry’s Practice

GO! 6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Dawson’s Creek (PG) 2:00 Power Rangers Super Ninja Steel (PG) 2:30 The Looney Tunes Show 3:00 Pokemon 3:30 Nexo Knights (PG) 4:00 Young Justice (PG) 4:30 Ben 10 (PG) 5:00 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 5:30 Adventure Time (PG) 6:00 Friends (PG) 7:00 The Middle (PG) 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Point Break” (M l,v) (’15) Stars: Edgar Ramirez 10:40 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 11:40 Best Ink (M l) 12:30 Friends (PG) 1:30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 2:00 The Looney Tunes Show 2:30 Pokemon 3:00 Ben 10 (PG)

ABC COMEDY

6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 Religious Programs 7:30 Home Shopping 8:00 Ellen (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Antiques Roadshow 11:30 As Time Goes By (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Big Night” (M l) (’96) Stars: Stanley Tucci 2:15 Colin And Justin’s Home Heist (PG) 3:25 Expedition Unknown (PG) 4:25 Heartbeat (PG) 5:30 Four In A Bed (PG) 6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 As Time Goes By (PG) 7:30 RBT (PG) 8:30 David Attenborough’s Life 9:40 See No Evil (M) 10:50 Emergency On Our Streets (MA15+) 11:50 100% Footy (M) 1:00 Home Shopping

ABC ME

The Talk (PG) [s] 7:00 Entertainment WIN 6:00 Tonight [s] 7:30 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals [s] 1:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Neighbours [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 The Bold And The Beautiful (PG) [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News: First At Five [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project (PG) [s] 7:30 All Star Family Feud: Commonwealth Games Special (PG) [s] 8:30 Law And Order: SVU: Chasing Demons / Mood (M v) [s] 10:30 The Project (PG) [s] 11:30 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (PG) [s] 1:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS This Morning 10:00 Rocky Mountain Railroad (PG) 11:00 Cheers (PG) 12:00 Get Smart (PG) 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Matlock: The Final Affair (M v) 3:00 Jake And The Fatman (PG) 4:00 Diagnosis Murder (PG) 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager (PG) 6:00 Hogan’s Heroes 6:30 TBA 7:00 TBA 7:30 MacGyver (M v) 8:30 NCIS (M) 11:30 Rugby: Round 5: Extra Time 12:30 Home Shopping 2:00 MotoGP 2018: Race 1 Qatar Grand Prix 3:30 Hogan’s Heroes 4:00 Matlock (M v) 5:00 Diagnosis Murder (PG)

11 6:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 2:00 The Young And The Restless (PG) 2:50 Alive And Cooking 3:00 Will & Grace (PG) 3:30 Mike & Molly 4:00 Malcolm In The Middle (PG) 4:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Mike & Molly (PG) 7:30 Will & Grace (PG) 8:30 Buffy The Vampire Slayer (PG) 10:30 Medium (MA15+) 11:30 The Late Late Show (PG) 12:30 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman (PG) 1:30 Judging Amy (M)

7:00 Match It 7:30 Tashi 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 10:30 Meet The Press 11:30 Australia’s Best Drives (PG) 12:00 Sean’s Kitchen (PG) 1:00 The Great Outdoors 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Auction Squad 4:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 5:00 Medical Emergency (PG) 5:30 Escape To The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Rosemary & Thyme (PG) 8:30 Lewis (M v) 10:30 Blue Murder (M) 11:30 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights 12:30 Harry’s Practice

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Temporary Australians 7:30 The Fishing Show 8:30 Hook Line And Sinker (PG) 10:00 Grilled (PG) 11:00 Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics: Highlights 12:00 Godfather Of Pittsburgh (M v,l) 1:00 Police Woman (M) 2:00 Hardcore Pawn (M) 2:30 Grilled (PG) 3:30 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 4:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 5:00 Mythbusters (PG) 6:00 American Pickers (PG) 7:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 7:30 TBA 9:00 Movie: “Sudden Impact” (PG) (’93) Stars: Clint Eastwood 11:30 Casino Confidential (M l) 12:30 Godfather Of Pittsburgh (M l,v) 1:30 Ice Road Truckers (PG)

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6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News Mornings [s] 10:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 11:00 Grand Designs [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon [s] 1:00 Landline [s] 2:00 Parliament Question Time [s] 3:00 Gardening Australia [s] 3:25 Doctor Who (PG) [s] 4:15 Pointless [s] 5:00 ABC News At Five [s] 5:10 The Drum [s] 6:00 Think Tank (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:15 Media Watch (PG) [s] 9:35 Q&A [s] 10:45 ABC Late News [s] 11:15 The Business [s] 11:30 Golf: PGA Tour Highlights: Orlando, FL [s] 12:25 rage (MA15+) [s] 3:20 Antiques Roadshow: Swindon 2 [s] 4:20 Murder, She Wrote: Thursday’s Child (PG) [s] 5:10 The Bill (PG) [s]

CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS 5:00 English News 5:30 Worldwatch – Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 News 6:30 Al Jazeera Newshour 7:00 BBC News 7:30 Italian News 8:10 Filipino News 8:40 Worldwatch Continues 2:00 Andre Rieu: Live In Sydney 3:00 Secrets Of The Brain: Why Do I Need You? (PG) 4:00 Wild Canada: The Eternal Frontier 5:00 Cold Justice: Lois Roberts 5:30 Letters And Numbers 6:00 River Cottage Australia (PG) 6:30 SBS World News 7:35 Great British Royal Ships 8:30 Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m A Doctor (M) 9:40 24 Hours In Emergency: Altered States (PG) 10:35 SBS World News Late 11:05 Football: The World Game 11:35 Just One Look (M l,n,s,v) (In French) 1:35 Ride Upon The Storm (MA15+) (In Danish)

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:15 Wallykazam! 4:40 Olobob Top 5:00 Luo Bao Bei 5:40 Floogals 6:00 Octonauts 6:25 Go Jetters 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 Rosehaven (M s) 9:00 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M l,s) 9:30 Fleabag (MA15+) 9:55 Inside Amy Schumer (MA15+) 10:20 Red Dwarf (PG) 10:50 The Office (M s) 11:10 30 Rock (M s) 11:30 Parks And Recreation (PG) 11:55 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M l,s) 12:25 Red Dwarf (PG) 12:55 The Office (M s) 1:15 30 Rock (M s)

Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: SBS VICELAND 5:00 “King Of Devil’s Island” (M s,v)

5:00 Children’s Programs 1:20 Horrible Histories 1:55 The Next Step 2:15 Degrassi: The Next Generation (PG) 2:40 Yonderland (PG) 3:00 Eve 3:30 Thunderbirds Are Go 4:00 The Dengineers 4:30 My Year 7 Life (PG) 5:00 BTN Newsbreak 5:35 Dragons: Race To The Edge 6:00 The Legend Of Korra (PG) 7:15 BTN Newsbreak 7:20 Kung Fu Panda 7:55 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 8:20 Fangbone! 8:40 Dr Dimensionpants! 9:05 Odd Squad 9:15 Miraculous Tales Of Lady Bug And Cat Noir 9:40 Detentionaire 10:00 rage (PG)

6:00 News Breakfast 9:00 Mornings With Joe ABC 24 O’Brien 12:00 ABC News With Ros Childs

TUESDAY MARCH 20 TEN

SBS

ABC

ABC

(’10) (In Norwegian) 2:05 UnREAL (M d,s) 2:50 Cyberwar (PG) 3:15 Vs Arashi (In Japanese) 4:05 The Mindy Project (PG) 4:30 Most Expensivest (PG) 5:00 Vice News Tonight 5:25 If You Are The One (PG) (In Mandarin) 6:40 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (PG) 7:30 The Feed 8:00 Travel Man (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Juno” (M l) (’07) Stars: Ellen Page 10:20 Movie: “Mustang” (PG) (’15) (In Turkish) 12:05 Untitled Action Bronson Show (MA15+) 1:45 Flophouse (M s) 2:10 The Feed 2:40 CGTN News In English From Beijing

3:00 ABC News Afternoons 6:00 ABC News Express 6:10 The Drum 7:00 ABC National News 8:00 ABC Evening News 9:00 Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant 9:45 The Business 10:00 The World With Beverley O’Connor 11:00 ABC News Tonight 12:00 ABC Late News 12:30 7.30 1:00 ABC News Overnight 1:15 Matter Of Fact With Stan Grant 2:00 ABC News Overnight 2:15 The Drum 3:00 ABC News Update 3:02 The World With Beverley O’Connor 4:00 BBC Global 4:30 7.30

SBS 2

Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] Prime 6:00 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “The Secret Sex Life Of A Single Mom” (M s,n,l) (’14) – A divorced woman finds sexual liberation through the world of online dating. Stars: Ashley Jones, Cynthia Preston, Wesley Morgan, Alex Carter, Jeff Roop, Scott Gibson 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG) [s] 9:00 The Good Doctor: Smile (M) [s] 10:00 Grey’s Anatomy: (Don’t Fear) The Reaper / Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger (M v,s,mp) [s] 12:00 Time After Time: The Second Hand Unwinds (M v) [s] 1:00 Home Shopping

5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra (PG) [s] 11:30 NINE NINE’s Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Married At First Sight (M) [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINE’s Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Married At First Sight (M) [s] 9:00 Date Night (M l,s) [s] 9:30 Movie: “Something Borrowed” (M s,l) (’11) – Friendships are tested and secrets come to the surface when terminally single Rachel falls for Dex, her best friend Darcy's fiancé. Stars: Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson, John Krasinski 11:45 Mom: Sawdust And Brisket (M s,d) [s] 12:10 20/20 (PG) [s] 1:00 Patriot Games [s] 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Extra [s] 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Rugby: Round 5: 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harry’s Practice

6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Dawson’s GO! Creek (PG) 2:00 Steven Universe (PG) 2:30 The Looney Tunes Show 3:00 Pokemon 3:30 Nexo Knights (PG) 4:00 Young Justice (PG) 4:30 Ben 10 (PG) 5:00 Uncle Grandpa (PG) 5:30 Adventure Time (PG) 6:00 Friends (PG) 7:00 The Middle (PG) 7:30 Science Of Stupid (M) 8:30 Movie: “Self/Less” (M v,l) (’14) Stars: Ryan Reynolds 11:00 2 Broke Girls (M s,d) 12:00 Meet The Hockers (PG) 12:30 Friends (PG) 1:30 Uncle Grandpa (PG) 2:00 The Looney Tunes Show 2:30 Pokemon 3:00 Ben 10 (PG) 3:30 Beyblade Burst

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas SBS VICELAND 5:00 Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: ABC COMEDY In “Even The Rain” (M l,v) (’10) (In Pyjamas 4:15 Wallykazam! 4:40

6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 Religious Programs 7:30 Home Shopping 8:00 Ellen (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Expedition Unknown (PG) 11:30 As Time Goes By (PG) 12:10 Movie: “The Duke Wore Jeans” (G) (’58) Stars: Tommy Steele 2:15 Colin And Justin’s Home Heist (PG) 3:25 Expedition Unknown (PG) 4:25 Heartbeat (PG) 5:30 Four In A Bed (PG) 6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 As Time Goes By (PG) 7:30 New Tricks (M s,v) 8:40 Midsomer Murders (M v) 10:40 Major Crimes (M v) 11:40 New Tricks (M s,v) 1:00 Home Shopping

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Children’s Programs 12:00 WIN’s All 11 6:00 Australian News 1:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 2:00 The Young And The Restless (PG) 2:50 Alive And Cooking 3:00 Will & Grace (PG) 3:30 Mike & Molly (PG) 4:00 Malcolm In The Middle (PG) 4:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 5:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Mike & Molly (PG) 7:30 Will & Grace (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Tomorrow When The War Began” (M v,l) (’10) Stars: Caitlin Stasey 10:35 Medium (M v) 11:35 The Late Late Show (PG)

7:00 Match It 7:30 Tashi 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 The Great Outdoors 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Auction Squad 4:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 5:00 Medical Emergency (PG) 5:30 Escape To The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Pie In The Sky (PG) 8:30 Inspector Morse (M v) 10:30 Suspects (M v,l) 11:30 Bargain Hunt 12:30 Harry’s Practice 1:00 Auction Squad 2:00 The Great Outdoors 3:00 Escape To The Country 4:00 Million Dollar Minute

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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

“Killer Reality” (M v) (’13) – Hayley, a producer on the hit reality show ‘Love Ever After’ unwillingly falls for The Bachelor on this marriage elimination series. Things become complicated very quickly, especially when one of the female contestants turns up dead. That's when work becomes downright murder. Stars: Lola Glaudini, Annie Ilonzeh, Parker Young, Brandon Jones, Aubrey O’Day, Lola Glaudini 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG) [s] 9:00 The Front Bar (M) [s] 10:00 TBA 12:00 Powerless: No Consequence Day (M d,l) [s] 12:30 Home Shopping 7:00 Match It 7:30 Tashi 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 NBC Today 12:00 The Great Outdoors 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Auction Squad 4:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 5:00 Medical Emergency (PG) 5:30 Escape To The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Pie In The Sky (PG) 8:30 A Touch Of Frost (M v) 10:30 Families Of Crime: McPherson And Freeman (MA15+) 11:30 Bargain Hunt 12:30 Harry’s Practice 1:00 Auction Squad 2:00 Home Shopping 4:00 Million Dollar Minute

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Bao Bei 5:30 Peppa Pig 6:00 Octonauts 6:25 Go Jetters 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 Black Books (PG) 9:00 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M s) 9:30 The Trip To Spain (PG) 10:30 Red Dwarf (PG) 11:00 The Office (PG) 11:20 30 Rock (M) 11:40 Parks And Recreation (PG) 12:00 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (M l,s) 12:30 Red Dwarf (PG) 1:00 The Office (PG) 1:20 30 Rock (PG) 1:45 Parks And Recreation (PG) 2:05 ABC News Update

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www.northwestrealestate.net.au 53-55 Scott Street, Warracknabeal

Lot 1 Government Rd – This could be just what you are looking for. Zoned rural this 10 acre (approx) block is unserviced but has a fantastic shed and a lean to, large rainwater tank, stock trough and is well fenced. The shed measures approx 16.5m x 18.5m and the lean to is approx 7.8m x 18.5m.

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23 Elizabeth St – Set up to cater for a person with a disability this weatherboard home features 3 double bedrooms, comfortable lounge, disable friendly bathroom, functional kitchen and ref A/C. Outside you’ll find a huge block with a fantastic storage shed and a rural outlook overlooking the Richardson River flood plains. The home is currently leased until at least 29/8/18 at $165pw.

15 Scott St – Easy walking distance to everywhere. Situated in the main street of Warracknabeal across from the lovely Yarriambiack Creek, Lions Park and Creekside Hotel. Set on approx. a quarter acre block this 3 bedroom home has been rejuvenated with new exterior and interior paint, new wiring through most of the home, new kitchen, bathroom, laundry and dining/family area. You can add your own flair to the bedrooms and the large lounge room. The old IXL wood stove in the kitchen has been kept in operating order and adds real character.

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1553 Dimboola-Rainbow Rd – Set on acres, almost 3 and a half, the metal clad 3 bedroom home has all you need for a comfortable existence in a country setting. The home features polished boards through the kitchen, lounge and 2 of the bedrooms. The kitchen has gas cooking and has open plan through to the lounge room which features a split system air cond. and ceiling fan. Outside there is an approx. 6m x 9m shed with sliding doors and an earthen floor. There is also a 10,000 lt. rain water tank.

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31 Taverner St – Is this the cheapest house on the market? Needing extensive renovations to be even liveable this rendered solid brick/ stone home features 3 bedrooms, separate lounge, formal dining room, basic kitchen and an internal bathroom. Outside on the large block you’ll find a double carport and rear lane access into the yard. I strongly recommend that you inspect this property or have someone inspect it on your behalf before making any offers to purchase it.

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38 Anderson St – This centrally located and renovated weatherboard home features a modern bathroom, large fresh and well equipped kitchen, separate lounge with wood heater and split system a/c, 3 double bedrooms and a large study. The floor coverings are a mixture of carpet and a floating laminate floor and a evaporative cooler is ducted through most of the house. Outside on this generous size block there is a paved pergola and 2 garden sheds.

11 Bell St – This renovated family home should be on the must see list. With a new kitchen and bathroom,large open plan living area with a wood heater and split system, 4 bedrooms all with BIR’s and upgraded electrical wiring. Outside in the secure yard you will find a single garage and a workshop both with power and concrete floors. Two large rainwater tanks give you plenty of freshwater.

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UNDER CONTRACT 39 Corack Rd – Have you ever dreamed of running your own small business ? Well here is your chance. We are proud to offer Buloke Sand and Soil Yard for sale. The sale includes one bobcat plus attachments, tip truck and of course the freehold. The freehold is on 2 titles and is approx 1.3 acres in size with a show room shed, open fronted shed with enclosed staff facilities and plant stands and frames.

122 Anderson St – This brick veneer home was built in the mid 1990’s and features 4 bedrooms all with B.I.R’s, main with ensuite plus a good size office, spacious lounge with wood heater, dining area, timber kitchen with elect wall oven and hot plates, a renovated disability friendly bathroom andbsplit system A/C. Outside you will find a double carport, double garage, pergola, wood shed, 2 rainwater tanks with pump and a fantastic 9m x 16m shed with 1 auto door and access via a rear lane.

36-38 Woods St – All outgoings on the property are paid for by the tenant, therefore 7.86% is what you get. The tenants, an accountancy firm, have been leaseholders since 2009 and are in the middle of the second 5 year option with a further 5 year option available on the current lease. The brick veneer and cement block premises is located in a prime position with a layout that consists of a reception/ waiting room area, 5 offices, a photocopier room, document room with locked fire door., tea room area and male and female toilets. There are 7 a/c’s placed throughout the building. At the rear of the building there is ample space for parking.

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7-9 Sands Ave – The tiled roof home has 3 bedrooms and a large 4th bedroom or family room where the single garage has been built in. 3 bedrooms have built in robes and ceiling fans. Your comfort is well catered for with a split system a/c, evap. cooler and a wood heater insert and the option of gas heating as well. Outside there are well maintained gardens including a veggie patch area, garden shed, poly r/water tank and electric hot water service. You’ll also find a 3 bay shed plus another double garage.

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47-49 Comyn St – Set on the outskirts of town this large block is zoned township and has water connected and a power line at the front of the property. There is a colorbond shed already built for storage and the current owners are getting trees established around the boundary. The block has roads on 3 sides giving the possibility of great access.

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Unit 1, 4 Livingstone St – You will have to be quick to snap up this solid brick 2 bedroom front unit. Boasting a combined lounge/ dining room, separate kitchen, sunroom, spacious bathroom with separate toilet, ceiling fans and built-in robes in both bedrooms, split system a/c, single carport and a rainwater tank. Currently tenanted until 15/5/17 at $160p/w.

127-129 Lascelles St – Great opportunity to purchase this spacious brick veneer home and the vacant block next door. The home features 4 dbl br’s all with BIR’s, main with WIR and ensuite, large kitchen meals area with wood heating, gas hot plates, electric wall oven and dishwasher, family friendly bathroom, huge separate lounge and evap cooling. Outside there is a double garage, rustic BBQ area, workshop with power and 2 garden sheds. The yard has rear access. The vacant block is well fenced and also with rear access.

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74 Aitken Ave – Move the family in and finish off the cosmetic touches to make this brick veneer house your family home. With 3 double bedrooms, all with BIR’s, a revamped kitchen with electric stove and dishwasher and a large open plan living area with wood heater and split system. The kitchen and dining area need some finishing touches but nothing a handyman couldn’t tackle himself. Outside you’ll find a dble garage with direct access into the house, a garden shed, wood shed which can be accessed off the rear lane and the large block. The paved pergola lets you enjoy the mild weather.

9 Anderson St – Set just a short walk to the creek and shops is this residential block. With water and sewerage already connected design your dream home to fit this 600m2 (approx) block. Ideal for someone looking to down size or maybe a neighbour looking for some extra land. It’s a great location and shouldn’t be on the market long.

258 Aubrey Rd – Set on approx. 4.6ha this property is a once in a life time opportunity to purchase a rural life style property just a few minutes from town. Featuring 4 bedrooms, timber kitchen with modern appliances, lounge with wood heater, new bathroom (under con) and evap cooling. Outside you will find an established garden, a man cave, dble garage, large storage shed, several garden sheds, water tanks and pumps.

18 Hope Rd – The cottage, with well tended lawn surrounds and gardens, has been totally rejuvenated in recent years with a full makeover. Stumping work, re-wiring, new plumbing, re-modelling, new paint, to name a few have all been completed. With polished boards throughout, modern kitchen with dishwasher, modern bathroom with separate bath and shower, ceiling fans in all bedrooms and the lounge as well as the split system a/c this home has a lovely feel and could make your idyllic “tree change”.

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12 Walker St – Well placed in Donald and only a short walk to the shopping precinct, this 3 bedroom brick veneer home could be just what you are looking for. Immediately you step into the large tiled entry you have that feel of spaciousness. Turn to the right and enter the lounge and that feeling is confirmed with a room that should take even your largest furniture. The kitchen, with elec appliances and adjacent dining area also offer ample room. The bathroom has a double vanity and separate shower and bath.

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In Memoriam

HOWIE ~ Shae ~

12.06.1981 - 17.03.2017 You held our hands and wiped our tears, you so wanted to stay, with broken hearts we knew, that wasn’t to be..... Loved beyond words and missed beyond measure. Mum and Dad

BRAIN, Julie

The Committee and membership of the Kalkee Football and Netball Club are saddened by the passing of Julie Brain, a former player and long time member. We extend our deepest sympathies to Gary, Chris, Steve, Brett, Nikki and families, our thoughts are with you.

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Horsham Florist

JOHANSEN, Joan

5.9.1923 – 9.3.2018 Beloved sweetheart of Bruce for 73 years. Dearly loved mother of Lorinda, Cris, Jon and Leigh. Loving mother-in-law of Meg, Bom and Tracey. Devoted grandmother of ten grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She loved and was loved.

31 Urquhart Street HORSHAM

The funeral of Joan Johansen will leave the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Horsham on Monday 19th March after a service commencing at 2pm for the Horsham Lawn Cemetery.

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Ph 5381 1439 25 Dimboola Rd, Horsham (opposite McDonalds) Alpaca herd guards x 3 $210 plus Gst, will not separate, mature age Ph 0402293486 Boer goat buck, 6mths old, well bred $120 or will swap for a young doe Ph 0488616058

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Animals & Accessories 1 Poll Hereford Bull, 14mth old, very quiet, very well bred $1800 plus Gst Ph 0429434340

Staghound pups, hunting bloodlines, male and female, vet checked, microchip # 953010002011954/2177 $350 Ph 0419355301 Border Collie pups, black and white, chocolate and white, male and female, 10 weeks old, purebred, wormed, vaccinated, vet checked, microchipped and ready to go, black and white $750 each, chocolate and white $950 each microchip # 991001001306918 # 991001001306912 Contact Brendan Hogan Ph 0439971754

Alpaca guards, ready to work $400 each Ph 0417531989

Funeral Directors

Dad and I had some great times. I always looked up to him. When I moved into my own place he was sad to see me go, but always called around to see if I was okay. He was the kind of guy who always offered advice, but never expected me to take it. I knew Dad wouldn’t be around forever, and the day I expected to be sad turned out to be a true celebration of his life I’ll cherish forever. I’m so glad I have someone who cared to organise it. Trevor Bysouth & Daughter

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Standardbred mare & gelding, gelding black 16hh unbroken, mare bay 15hh green/broken, ex-trotter, sweet horses need experienced trainers/ riders, best of homes only $500 each Ph 0404157484

Diecast 1/43 scale model cars, mainly Holdens, starting from $30 each Few remaining Ph 53574217

Budgies for sale $10 each Ph 0417533579

Tropical fish, convict cichlids or bristlenose catfish $10each or 3 for $25, $5 from each purchase goes to anti-cancer Ph 0474159010 after 6pm Two Princess Alexander’s, two females 5 and 6 yo, one male escaped and one died $140 each Ph 53902287

Bull, Murray Grey/square metre, brown bull, DOB Dec 2014, compact muscly build, inspection welcome, delivery available in local area $2999 inc Gst Ph Donna 0428994210 Warracknabeal Classic 80L fish tank with aqua one stand, all accessories $300 Ph 0400259588

White Dorper Ewes, 17, mixed aged, will separate, excellent shedders $199 inc Gst each Ph 0447275737

Alnate Singer Sewing Machine, original condition $180 Ph 0409687529 Nhill

Dorper and Dorper cross Witipoll ewes, mixed ages $100-$140 Ph 0488616058 Ferret doe cage box, nets $70 Ph 0437638581

Horse manure, free if collect or $3 per bag delivered to Horsham or Dimboola Ph 0437894257

Antique property sale poster Ph 53826350

Parrots for sale, princess parrots all colours, indian ringnecks, bourkes and yellow and green opaline turks, ring for prices Ph 0408535515 Peachface and Fisher Lovebirds, variety of colours, from $20 Ph 0428832058 Stawell Show budgerigars all colours, english blood lines $25 each Ph 0428730777

Caravans

Jayco Outback Expanda 2008 Model 16.49-1, EC, Bartlett Annexe, A/C & heating, great storage, very easy to tow, quick & easy to set up, we have simply outgrown with a family of 5, serviced locally, tare mass 1484 ATM 1784 GTM 1620, $28,900 Ph Sally Ison 0407044580

2012 Starcraft caravan, P80071, 19’, 5.79cm, GVM 2,217kg, sleeps 2 people, ensuite toilet and shower, reg 3/19, brakes and bearings serviced, GC $36,000 Ph 53823802 Jayco Poptop Freedom 2002 model, sleeps 5, 1 d/bed and 3 bunk beds, mid kitchen, annex and awning, VGC, always shedded, regretful sale, P69196 $17,500neg Ph 0427848280 for further information

REDUCED Antique cedar wash stand with towel rail, gallery back, EC $95 Ph 0408611847 2015 Kokoda Force 2 Ex-trail offroad caravan many extras, EC, suit new buyer $69,990 Ph 0488234599

Lemair washing machine, ideal for caravan $200ono Ph 53562532 Great Western

4m caravan annex, GC, selling due to upgrade $500 Ph 0429209651 Automatic washing machine, Lemair 2.2kg, VGC, suitable for caravan $210 Ph 0427851409 Benz campervan, goes well, 76yo Ph 53823909 Hamilton Rd Horsham Caravan accessories: Hayman Reece tow bar and caravan mirrors $250 0459682780

REDUCED 2001 17’5” Hitch Hiker full caravan roll-out awning plus full annex (only used twice), Island d/bed, A/C, dual axle, electric brakes, always shedded $17,000 Ph 0438823474 Horsham

Caravans 1900 Viscount Grand Tourer pop top caravan, two singles 16’ long, full length awning VGC $7000 Ph 0419637796 Ararat

Caravan Concept Ascot 2008, excellent condition, awning full annex verandah, stored in shed $33,000ono Ph 0407505380

REDUCED 2001 Regent Cruiser, 19’6”, pop-top, roll-out awning, dual axle, elec brakes, d/bed, four burner stove, 3 way fridge, EC, always shedded, 1400kg tare, worth inspection $19,000ono Ph 0438989231

Antiques

Cockatiels, most colours $30 Ph 53852280

Guinea fowls Ph 53583440 in the evening

2011 Winnebago-Esperance model, in EC, features include: remote control stabilisers, UHF radio, solar panels, driving lights, full ensuite facilities, gas hot plate and oven, 3-way fridge/ freezer, 2 d/beds, 7 seat belts licenced, serviced regularly, always garaged, travelled 84,500kms YHS795 $135,000 Ph Keith 0418331262

Plough, Britsand, single furrow, great garden ornament $400 Ph 0400999412

REDUCED Scales, large platform scales in great working order, Avery Birmingham, originally used in Weight’s Hardware Horsham, can help lift and load $500 Ph 0400999412

Budgerigars, show quality, from imported birds $15 and up Ph 0428730777

Caravans

Jayco Freedom Pop Top 2001, Colorado awning, side curtain, front kitchen, m/wave, lounge, s/beds, spacious van in EC, tare 1185kg, light towing, very suitable for touring retirees, price will include all extras $14,500 Ph 0417368112

Thoroughbred mare 4y/o, Lucy Blue, beautiful brown mare, cooperative nature, suit show/hack or breeding $1100ono Ph 0428846285

Budgerigars, consistently winning exhibition aviary, quality birds, new batch of young birds now available, young birds continually available, price to sell Ph 53824389

10 y/o gelding, Paso Fino breeding, green broken only $2500ono Ph 0438538812 7 young male guinea fowl, one older white make $15 each, Quail $8 each Ph after hours 53839227

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Animals & Accessories

2002 Jayco Freedom Pop Top, 17’, island d/bed, 3 way fridge, awning, microwave, TV aerial, new tyres, new gas struts on pop top, VGC, been shedded, selling to upgrade, reg P65400 $14,000 Ph 0428866210 Edenhope area 2002 Royal Flair 18’, island d/bed, front tunnel boot with LED lighting, new NZ70 battery, full annex with large windows, 4 new tyres, wheel bearing just serviced, 3 way fridge, TV, DVD, stereo with CD player, 3 x bike rack, water filter on hand pump, 2 yo domestic roof air con, microwave, Prado and Pajero friendly tare 1475, in VG cond, $19,500ono Ph 0409947365 2008 Jayco Hawk large, L shaped lounge, roll-out awning, VGC $16,500ono Ph 0448345729

Diecast 1/43 scale model cars, Ford Falcons, starting from $50 each Few remaining Ph 53574217

2011 Jayco Eagle, battery pack, water pump, full annex, as new $18,000 Ph 53543252

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FOR HIRE - Family Jayco caravan, very comfy d/island pillow top bed, 2 good size bunk beds, microwave, 90L fridge, easy to erect annex, a/c and heating, plus all accs Ph Nathan for availability 0418657247

2007 Tru Blu REDUCED Crow Off-Road camper trailer, EC, garaged when not in use, fully enclosed annex, family room and more $9,500 neg Ph 0417148424

Galaxy Odyssey, limited edition, November 2012 model, 19’ pop-top, tandem axles, roll out awning with full annex Q/bed, three way fridge, air con, always shedded when not in use, beautifully maintained, 12 months reg $32,000 Ph 0404237468 Ararat

REDUCED Traveller Penthouse 2006, 21F 6” island bed cafe dinette, full ensuite, a/c, solar dual batteries, inverter, TV, gas stove oven, 150L 3way fridge/freezer, tunnel boot, roll-out awning, one owner, low km’s, local van, EC $35,000 Ph 0499201227

Caravan washing REDUCED machine, twin tub companion, as new, 1/2 price $100 Ph 0499776705 or 0408315363

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Farm Machinery

Toyota Campervan 1998, manual, EC, solar, new fridge, awnings, tow bar, many extras $20,500 Ph 0403951251 Toyota Coaster Camper, 3l diesel, d/ bed, two-way fridge freezer, microwave, cupboards, awnings, 9mths rego, ZGN433T $12,000ono Ph 0481481577 1200L Fuel Cart with inch petrol pump $1100 inc Ph 0427181801

Traveller Sensation Barossa 2013, 22’6”, q/bed, separate toilet and shower, washing machine, 2 door/3way 185L fridge, AC, 2 batteries, solar, 6” chassis and A frame, roll-out awning, very low kms, as new condition, bereavement sale $71,000 Ph 0407972090 Nhill Wanted to buy, small motorised campervan to drive, not to tow Ph 53569225

Clothes & Accessories

Farm Machinery

For Sale

Semi Tipper, rusty ends, alloy, 36x6, airbags, new roll tarp, grain chute, ready to work, 53200F $55,000 plus Gst Ph 0428528179

Cupboard for computer, printer etc, lots of storage, 2mH x 860cmW x 55cmD, full lockable, VGC $100 Ph 0419529797

Silvan paddock master, 2000L, 24m trailing boom spray $2000ono Ph 53871405

Daffodil bulbs, choice of varieties $80 per 100, discount for quantity Ph 53542542 Moyston

Simplicity air seeder 5700L, tow behind, 3 outlets, farmscan monitor, EC $16,000 plus Gst Ph 0428991814

1989 Case 1680 header, 30’ 1010 bat front and finger reel, good tyres, smale p/plucker, 5635 engine hrs, trailers $24,200 inc Gst Ph 0428951262

40’ stockcrate, GC, two deck, RWC $44,000 inclusive Ph 0428592277 Air seeder 620 Ford, engineers plus monitors, 28F shearer bar $18000 plus Gst Ph 0429434340 Case IH 8220 25’ trailing windower, VGC $16,000 Ph 0429891787 Chamberlain disc, 22 plate, 1 way, GC, $1800 Ph 0419778181 Japarit

Drizabone long coat, size 3 92cm $150 Ph 0418391525

Endless chain 2 ton, 6m drop, Beaver brand, green, never used $170 Ph 0418504408

Sockets for truck $100 the lot Ph 53911111 or 0427042750 Nhill

Ferguson Tea20, reco engine, new paint, new parts too numerous to mention, good tyres, inspection invited $4000ono Ph 0429491426

1 Waeco 35L portable fridge, 12 volt - 240 reduce, with cover, GC $300 Ph 0427911765 10’ landleveller, maker W.C McCullock and Son, Golden Square Bendigo $3000 Ph 0419348196 after 7pm 1959 MK2 Zepher motor $500 Ph 0418126577

Mobile engine crane, 250, 500, 750 & 1000k settings, VGC $150 Ph 0408628463

Fish tank, Aqua one, 1200x600x450, 285L, with cabinet, tropical fish and accessories included Ph 0437834827 For sale for removal at Navarre, self contained flat $30,000, conditions apply. Ph 53574257 after 7pm Fridgemate fridge/freezer 70L, 240-12V $500ono Ph 53562532 Great Western Galvanised Tank, 188cm wide, 152cm high, 3000L of water, valued at $550, near new $550 Ph 53840317

For Sale

REDUCED Outdoor setting, 7 piece, new seat covers, EC $200 Ph 53823416

Weld Corp contact tips socket set 32-50, 30-19 ratch and bars etc, never used $600 Ph Lee 0458441690 or Russell 0484923908 Ararat

Wintec 250 All purpose saddle, 17” 43cm, Kincade girth, safety stirrups with rubber tread, black, EC $430ono Ph 0417162420

REDUCED Vulcan hot water service, 315L, twin elements, GC, $500 Ph 0439855335 Balmoral

Wood heater $200 Ph 0412133852 Wood heater suitable for shed, complete with flue Ph 0498353981

Re-rolled s/h iron $1.25 per/foot Ph 0427825042

Yamaha golf cart, 2013, G29 model, EC, charger included $4500ono Ph 0401480011

Shelves, open, KD hardwood bookcase/collectables/retail display, 360cmx20cm D x 60cmH, EC, can email photo $250 Ph 0439101170 Sphere security alarm, inc remote control for Caravan $75 Ph 0408504029

STIHL BGE61 elec garden leaf blower, used couple times, nothing wrong with it $100 Ph 53911111 or 0427042750 Nhill

2 steel diesel fuel tanks on stands $700 each Ph 0427990533 Sunbeam shearing grinder, double ended, includes clamp and spanner, very GC $600 Ph 0400999412

Ivory Debutante dress, size 8, worn once $250ono Ph 53822426 Levi jeans, red tab 504 $100 Ph 0419547897

Fiat 50-66 tractor, 58HP with cab, VG tyers, working order $12,000 Ph 53826900 or 0409139761

2006 Sterling prime mover cat C12motor, low kms, UAU326, white tri axle chassis tipper $90,000 plus Gst will separate Ph 0498511395 44 Knucjey press wheels $560 each inc Gst Ph 0427504253 6 Person Adventure tent, quick set up, only four weeks use $100 0459682780

REDUCED Debutante dress, size 12, worn for one evening in 2009, dry cleaned, EC, detailed back and embroidery on front, welcome to try on before buying $100 Ph 53894258 or 0437894257

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Ph 8000L water tanker, Honda pump with spray bar, inspection welcome, $6000ono Ph Kevin 0407340510

Computers & Entertainment

10-00R20 tyres and rims $550 inc Ph 0427181801

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Hay, small squares, wheaten $6 per bale, medi clover $8 per bale, pick up delivery extra Ph 0427894214 Heiniger combs, Heiniger cutters, Grinding papers, shearing sling Ph 53837527 AH Hindmarsh barley seed, graded and pickled 5-6t $160 p/t Ph 0427837252

Oregon Pine old and dry, many lengths, ex carport, suit woodworker, hobbyist $450 Ph Steve 0432502452 Horsham

HR 3cyl air cooled Lister Diesel Power Plant, electric start, top reco, fitted to reco single or 3 phase 31kVa alternator, VGO $5,800 Ph 0458911313 HR 3cyl Lister air cooled Diesel Engine, electric start, top reco, suited to waterpump or powerplant, VGO $2,800 Ph 0458911313

ATV Loncin quad bike 110cc $350 Ph 0408812773 ATV Yamaha quad bike, Moto 4 110 $500 Ph 0408812773

Plastering tools, 2 boxes and handles to suit, internal angle mud runner with pumps to suit, tapping machines and elec sander $1500 Ph 0428911181 Private car collection for sale Ph 0408518456

$650

JD 9600 Harvester, 4,150 drum hrs, 930 flex front comb trailer, straw chopper, chaff spreader $25000 Ph 0429871400

Bodyworx crosstrainer, EXT 200 2015 $400 Ph 0408812773

Massey Ferguson 275 diesel with front end loader, hay forks, 5’6 slasher and ripper $18,000 inc Gst or will separate Ph 0412017533

Bricksaw canterford portable electric 350mm blade, $650 Ph 0408824222

MF-80 combine with small feed box $950 Ph 53596282 or 0427865171 New Holland 848 Baler, needs work $1100inc Gst NH 69 Baler $4000ono Ph 0409214760 Schinckel 14 wheel hay-rake, splitters, manual lift, fold, work ready $11,000 Ph 0427541247

Hyd. wood splitter, 40 tonne, black diamond, 13hp, new $1950ono Ph 0439822580 Horsham

Bath Corner, 1100x1100, new in packaging $650 Ph 0400813822

Bench Grinder 6”, 150mm double end (no stones) $30 Ph 0408504029

Bonnaire gas heater, GC $100 Ph 0458687009

Bridal set (2 rings), brand new, small fit, paid $1000, sell for $500, comes with valuation certificate Ph 0407552048 Ararat Caddystar XT battery golf buggy, as new, padded seat compartment, bottle and bucket holders $495 Ph 0431215956 Chimney, free standing, help to dismantle $300 Ph 0458681119

Belling GDACB90 black canopy range hood, brand new still in box, retails for $1299, asking $750 Ph 0419500757 Bodyworks exercise bike, EC $290 Ph 0475627642 Chefs Tool Box, Pressure Cooker $150, Ph 53827582

Tarpaulin 12mx3m strong heavy tarp, ex billboard $110 Ph 0428504359

Chintz Moran lounge suite, 2 seater couch, 2 armchairs, excellent order, suit unit living, sunroom or lounge Ph 53521809 Ararat Tent canvas sunshine, 15x12 kitchen in EC, heavy duty door zips $650 Ph 0408532303 Ultimate free standing heater, VGC $700 Ph 0400579340 Verandah posts, Victorian turned timber, 3 plus 1 split, 2.6 long $300 Ph 53527043 Victa tilt-a-cut lawn edger, 2 stroke, EC, nearly new $225 Ph 0400163346

Coolabah pizza gas oven, new in box $150 Ph 53527043 Daikin reverse cycle ducted split aircon, indoor/outdoor and transitions $500 Ph 53822245 Dining setting extension table, 8 padded leather chairs, very good condition $350 Ph 0438096662 Double bed base, GC, 6.5kg Simpson 6.5kg washing machine, GC $160 or will separate Ph 0438096662 Electric bed Craftmatic1, massages and lifts, as new condition $1150ono Ph 0409419546

Garage Sales

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BBQ Ziegler and brown, as new, 4mths old, all accessories $250ono Ph 53824296

Bedroom suite, bed head, 2 bedside drawers, 6 drawer dressing table $300 Ph 0438096662

Tandem trailer, 12’ x 6’, 7 feet tow pull, 14”x LT tyres, reg TO4887 $2950 Ph 0458681119

OzTrail tent cabin type, 12x15, 2 room, brand new, was $1450 sell for $950 Ph 0407750274 Oztrail tent, chalet 4 dome, sleeps 4 + 2, EC, used once $320 Ph 0400622616 Willaura

4 wooden kangaroo chairs, circa 1910, EC $450 Ph 0432502452

Table tennis table, fold away with all accessories, VGC $150 Ph 0419529797

War book collection, 150 books Ph 0434031418

Auto rooftop basket, 50mm steelmesh, EC $100 Ph 041952979 Ballrace Turntable 0428989234

Table tennis table with bats, balls and net, folds up $60 Ph 53521547

Over locker, Lumina, instruction manual, needles, tool kit, 32 cottons, as new $200 Ph 0408362349

ATV Atomik quad bike, Feral 250cc, 2 valve, 2015 model $1500 Ph 0408812773

International Harvester 3500, series A industrial loader, GC, good starter and goer, registered, located in Haven $8500 Ph 0428500194

Farm Machinery

Halorider helmet, 58cm, black, EC $50ono Ph 0417162420

Oregon bars, new suit husky chainsaw, 188ATMK095, 138RNBK095, 138RNDD009, 150MPBK095 $50 Ph 0428504725

Approx 20 steel railway sleepers $18 each Ph 0427990533

International 6-2 Combine, 20 row SSB finger harrows $3300 inc Gst Ph 0419542569

REDUCED Video Jukebox, Rowe AMI, LD TV, 2000 video clips from the 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s, perfect for parties or that man cave, $1950neg Ph 0408504359

Glass door display cabinet bookcase $280 Ph 0439329646

One Active Michelle Bridges treadmill, in good order $250 Ph 0409935105

9 Person tent only been used once, fly never used $400 Ph 0427840342

REDUCED Debutante dress, size 8, worn for one evening in 2011, dry cleaned, EC, welcome to try on before buying $200 Ph 53894258 or 0437894257

Coolroom, drop in unit, Kirby, VGC, 1.5hp, 240V, plug in, elec defrost $2000 Ph 0417101120

Genuine Powerfit E380 machine, remote, instructions and bands, minimal usage $500 Ph 0417082252

Grader Board for Hire, Greg Bills earthmoving, 40ft, Ph 0427853675

Howard Bagshaw, 45 tyne folding wing scarifier $3700 Ph 0427974205

Commercial Equipment

Generator 2.5 KVA Mishto, near new condition $650 Ph 0437688336

Gopher ‘Vita’, extras include hood, bag, basket, walking stick holder, solid cover, GC $6000 new, sell $3000 as is or extra with new batteries Ph 53522455 Ararat

Fire Fighting Unit, new motor and pump, 800lt, poly tank, 2 hoses $1400ono Ph 0428944462 Grader 3PL 0409503216

Generator 2.5 Kipor $1250 Ph 0417291007

2 mattresses and base sets, near new $200 each Ph 53822383

9 piece professional knife set, in aluminium case $350 Ph 53981404 afternoon

Nerine bulbs, 3 varieties from $50 per 100. Discount for quantity. Ph 53542542 Moyston.

Old centrifugal water pump, 100mm, pto driven, high volume, GC, needs tyres $250 Ph 53527043

Household Items

6 antique mahogany dining chairs and 2 antique grandmother and grandfather lounge chairs $120 or will separate Ph 0411300850

Narva fog lamp kit ‘oval’, brand new $60 Ph 0408504029

Newport inflatable boat with watersnake electric motor $999ono or will separate Ph 0427840342

Wheat screenings 40kg bags, $18 per bag, can deliver to Horsham area Ph 0427894214

REDUCED US army duffle bags X5 large, bodyworx exercise bike $100ono each Ph 0458687009

Saia oat seed 17T at $500 plus Gst a ton Ph 0427838221

Mountain Bike and Kayak Combo, engineered trailer built to suit both bike and kayak, comes with all life vest, paddle, waterproof bags, fishing net and other accessories $1000 Ph Josh 0428099363

Thompson long horn calf handler, adjustable, suitable for large sheep and goats $1250 Ph B & J Murphy 53826350

For Sale

Drizabone short coat, size small $95 Ph 0418391525

Metal cut off saw $1600 Ph 0408501643

Family sized Weber Q BBQ, brand new, includes hood and half plate $700 Ph 0488714242ono

Stock Crate Steel, 2 deck W8” x H6”3x L 17”8, will suit 16’ $2700inc Gst Ph 0419542569

Vennings Grouper with vanguard, 9hp motor $5000ono Ph 53871405

Drizabone long coat, size 8/XXL, new condition $150 Ph 0468627709

Deep freeze, Eva Kool, 12/240v, 108l, VGC $250 Ph 0419529797

For Sale

REDUCED Single axle car trailer, 4.3m x 1.8m with new roll on roll off sheep crate, new elec brakes, sandblasted, new paint etc $3000ono Ph 53562406 or 0409255218

Davey water pump, 1,100 gallons per hour and two tanks $400ono Ph after hours 53837527

Derrimut wheat seed, graded and pickled 5-6t $180 p/t Ph 0427837252

2 Ackland field bins, 15 ft Ryan 3pt Cultivator, fold up wings. GO, all items plus GST Ph Les 53596283 or 0427596283 after 7pm

For Sale

Hydraulic log splitter, 30 tonne, fully assembled and test run, 6mths full warranty $1470 ing Gst Ph 53 891541

Purpose built go kart trailer, Forte manufacture 2012, front door access, holds two karts, room for storage at front, includes two go karts, arrow frames, Yamaha J and RL Leopard engines, comes complete with starter, track module, wheeling frame, arrow racing suit, trailer as new, both karts Leopard, GC $10,500 Ph 0427904209 or 53904209

Jas Smith saw bench $300 Ph 0418126577

Ladder O/H fuel tank, platform manufactured $250 Ph 0409503216 Lumina fridge, absorption 3 way $150ono Ph 53562532 Great Western Men’s Florsheim slip leather shoes, 2 pairs, size 8EE, Portugal black and Portugal burgundy, never worn, still in box $120 pair ono Ph 53811515 after 6pm

Vectis Lutheran Church

121 Vectis Station Rd (Off Wimmera Hwy)

Saturday, March 17 9am - 11am

Bric-a-brac, collectables, furniture, kids bikes and toys, ex-church items, clothes and lots more.

Janome mylock 2340, manual and cottons $200, Ph 53827582

Jiah 180 MIG 240v, 5000hz welding helmet, front flip, never used, also real copper roll $450 Ph Lee 0458441690 or Russell 0484923908 Ararat

Garage Sale

Household Auction REDUCED Airborne Edge Trike Rotax 582, fully equipped trailer, full instruments, full set of travel covers, 1 helmet, air borne edge wing, 2 headsets, all in GC $6000 Ph 0428519879 REDUCED Camping trailer, Grampians Trakka 2010, lights, water, sink $5500 Ph 0428504816 REDUCED Leather 3 seater sofa $250 Ph 53823416

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Sunday, March 18 10am start

• Cash only • Licence ID required Items include antique furniture, linen, kangaroo chairs, pot plants, tools and lockers. Wednesday, March 14, 2018


Household Items

Mobility Aids

Motorcycles

Motor Vehicles Under $3,000

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Leaf stopper gutter guard, 70m woodland grey, value over $800, brand new still in boxes, best offer Ph 0428911273

Gopher Invacare Auriga 10, comes with all weather covering, VGC $2500 Ph 0429855165

Yamaha peewee 50, GC $1000 Ph 0417307677 or 0439359900 Stawell

Toyota Camry, white, cruise control, IJM5DE $2500 Ph 0457941402

Yamaha TRX, 850, EC, reg until 05/18, 40,000kms, XC711 $5500 Ph 0429008301

Toyota Corolla Seca CS1.6 sedan, 1985, GC, manual, no reg, vin # AE829723777 $400 Ph 0412017533

Holden S/W VY 2003, 250,000kms, in GC, 8mths warranty, 10mths rego YTY293 $4750ono Ph 0409210594

Musical Instruments

VS Commodore Ute, white, V6, PCW mags, Maloo wing, new tub liner, big cam, extractors, cold air, chip, reg for 6mths, EC, one owner, reg MALO06 $2000 Ph 0439941422

LG 8kg dryer, works perfectly $650 Ph 0475627642 Queen bedroom suite includes bedside drawers, tallboy, dresser $500 Ph 0427098203 Ararat

Gopher, soft rider, runs well $1250 Ph 0448489793 or 0439359900 Stawell Invacare Alpine Comet, EC, cost $6600 sell $3800 Ph 0427886272

Recliner lift chair, GC, pleather $500 Ph 53824038

Resmed CPAP machine, Platinum series S8, lightweight 11, with heated humidifier, used 138 hours, EC $1500ono Ph 53811515 after 6pm

Shower screen panel and door, W84.5cm and H182cm, GC, toliet and cistern white $90 or will separate Ph 0411300850

Shoprider electric mobility scooter, used once, EC, cost $5500 selling for $3500, comes with instruction manual and warranty Ph 0418578583

Triangle marble top bench with white basin insert, cold taps and towel rail $40 Ph 0411300850

Motorcycles

Marine

8hp Tohatsu, o/b motor short leg, 10lt plastic fuel tank, GC $400 Ph 0427911765

DXP Drumkit, includes seat, sticks and brushes, GC $250 Ph 53822426 Piano, Alex Steinbach Sonata Ironframe on castors, polished walnut colour, with padded stool and music books in storage compartment, EC, $1500ono Ph Diane 0437373068

2 x 2012 Yamaha YW125 scooters, rego 1J6BU & 1J6VB both 05/2018, white, plus extras, 595.8kms & 872.9kms $2,400 & $2,2,00 + Gst Ph Tony Brand 53811727 or 0418811737

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Partially restored T model Ford, consisting of chassis, engine, gearbox, differential and front axle and numerous parts $4500 Ph 0448589134

1992 Mitsubishi Pajero, mechanical in GC, sunroof, bullbar, tow bar and steps, no RWC, rego until 12/17, 247,000kms, 1AQ4PC $3380ono Ph 0422626551 Thurmer piano with matching tapestry duet stool $2000ono Ph 53825193 Horsham

1996 Mitsubishi Triton, 4WD, tray, canopy to suit, 196,000kms, GC, NQR048 $3500 Ph 0408504550

Yamaha Organ and stool, books to learn to play $100ono Ph 53861111

Bullbar HQWB Holden with four driving lights, aluminium five poster $350 Ph 0417322336 2001 BMW 1150 RT, 155,700kms, CT107 $3000 Ph 53595236 Ally Craft 4.75 Bar Raider, hull no AU-ALY 98-8-6019, rego FE886, 50hp Mercury, Mackay multi-link trailer, reg T59060 $18,000 Ph 0429954264

Coast clip on towing mirrors, 1 pair $20 Ph 0408504029 Dominator Hi-Stall, 3000 PPM, suit FMX $300 Ph 0428827786 Hard top for a Holden Crewman, white, GC, maker proform $500ono Ph 0458714572

2000 Mazda MX5, ready for summer, 194,000kms, 12mths rego, near new tyres, new soft top and hardtop, RWC, TFJ680 $8450ono Ph 0439904404 2000 Toyota Camry wagon, animal barrier, towbar, 181,000kms, ZEG064 $3750 Ph 0447660707 2002 Anniversary model SAAB, convertible, EC, RWC, WFI475 $7500 Ph 0427825158

Maxxis, 4 x 205 x 60 R15, 91H, 65% $150 Ph 53527043 Milenco Grand Aero towing mirrors, 1 pair $90 Ph 0408504029

King Fisher 3.89m, 20hp, 4 stroke Tohatsu motor, 23hrs, fully serviced, many extras $9000 Ph 0409213858 Ski Boat Rolco Evolution, 2009, LS3 motor FNR, hi tower, Bimini, low hrs, easy tow trailer, full travel covers, as new $36,500 Ph 0408504369

Mobility Aids Disability scooter/gopher, 12mths old $900ono Ph 0431523253

2007 Suzuki GSR600 Naked Sports Tourer, excellent as new cond, reluctant genuine reason for sale, 5688kms $5500 Ph 0407723628 2012 Honda ct 110 postie, rego 1P7WO 01/19, red, plus extras, 15,610kms $2400 + Gst Ph Tony Brand 53811727 or 0418811737

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

New x4 Pirelli 265/60R 18” tyres, new x4 18” alloy rims for Jeep Grand Cherokee, under half new price $800 for the lot Ph 0428180286 REDUCED Holden crewman tonneau cover and fittings, VX wagon cargo barrier with escape door, VX wagon rear blind, VY original CD radio $100ono each Ph 0458687009 REDUCED Ironman roof rack, suit GU or GQ Patrol or 80 series Landcruiser, used once $300 Ph 0427508229 Horsham REDUCED Pair black clearview mirrors, suit Ford Territory 2011 $300 Ph 0409227240

2013 Honda CBR500R road bike, learner approved, reg til 27/03/18, immaculate cond, no modifications, 6427kms, 1N5VX $5200neg Ph 0476255915 2015 Benelli BN302, rego 1R3UT 03/18, 6,638kms, white, plus extras $3,500 no Gst Ph Tony Brand 53811727 or 0418811737

REDUCED PRO rack luggage pod $200 Ph 0409227240 Set of 20x 8-5 commodore rims, black and tyres, 90% $1200 Ph 0427825158 Set of tyres and rims, suit early Nissan Navara, 235 x 15” $375 Ph 0411419516 Ararat

2004 Holden Commodore 1 tonner S VY11, auto, V6, cab chassis, canopy tow bar, 2 drawers, 6 stack CD player, 2 owners, deceased estate, reg until 4/18, 218,079kms, SKC830 $7500ono Ph 0437060494 or 53891894

Kawasaki KH500 Mach III 1976, good original condition, runs well, 44,500kms, Frame No. H1F50220, no reg, no RWC. $8500 Ph 0439466330 Ararat Motorcycle box trailer, just registered, VGC $1250 Ph 53564288

Steel Ute Tray, to suit 2012 Hilux $1200 Ph 0407535836

Motor Vehicles Under $3,000 2001 Toyota corolla ascent 1.8, EC 223,000km SOZ785 $3000 Ph 0409218900

2007 Toyota Corolla Ascent auto sedan, only 25,000kms on speedo, service record book supplied, one elderly owner, perfect for first car, EC $14,000 UXV006 Ph 0400340983 after 4pm

2010 Holden Cruze, auto, diesel, service history, VGC, 67,911kms, XMB119 $11,500ono Ph 0487750540

Holden Colorado LXR 2011, turbo diesel, 10mths reg, bullbar, canopy, carry rack, 114,000kms, YRK794 $23,500ono Ph 0427822909

Mazda Protege 323 sedan, 2003, manual, RWC, reliable vehicle, REDUCED Harley Davidson 2009 XL 118,000kms $2900 Ph 0427892100 1200C, 14,100kms, new rear tyre, oil Dimboola temp monitor, EC, S62AKW $9,500 Ph 08 87534048 Suzuki Bandit, EC, IF-9AJ $5000ono Ph 0474099355

Ford 2005 4x4, t/diesel, tray, RWC, lockable tool boxes, good ute. 180,000kms, 457EFK $8750 Ph 53548205

Holden VE SSV ute, 2007 auto, black, 165,000kms $15,500ono Ph 0438115181

Suzuki JR80, as new $1600 Ph 0428528990 REDUCED 1997 Ford Falcon Futura wagon, 207,600kms, aircon, tinted windows, Kenwood CD player, serviced regularly, mechanically sound YGI783 $2000 Ph 0458401053

Hyundai ix35 2014, small suv, under 33,000km, one owner, grey, reverse sensors, new tyers, RWC, reg until 12/18, ZVE705 $17,000ono Ph 0428152803

Hilux 2008 Workmate Ute, 4x2, 2.7L, 74,500kms reg till 05/18, RWC, VGC, WLN085 $10,000ono Ph 0438583721 Hilux 2009 work mate ute, 4x2, 4 cylinder manual, reg until Dec, RWC, reliable, VGC, canopy, 200,000kms, XKV540 $9500 Ph 0423401527 Holden Rodeo 1999 single cab 2WD petrol, manual, steel tray back and two sides drop down, tow bar. 105,000km, long reg, RWC, PQT597 $4000 Ph 0408133292 Ararat

2003 Landcruiser Wagon, 4.2 diesel, manual transmission, tyers, bat, injectors, glow plugs, all new, VGC $26,000 Ph 0428822730

REDUCED 2011 Holden Commodore SV6 VE series II, auto, dash cam, reverse camera, alloys, towbar, oct reg, always garaged, EC, RWC, YOT346 $15,500 Ph 0428257245 or 0438824909

REDUCED Holden Cruze JH Series II, MY13, EC, spots automatic, power steering and windows, air conditioning, cruise control, air bags, central locking, bluetooth, traction control, service books, RW, 99,000kms ZPH075 $10,500 Ph 0408966474

REDUCED Hyundai i30 Elite 2013 Model, sat nav, reverse camera, GC, 43,000kms, AAM062 $14,800 Ph 0417544614

REDUCED Mercedes Benz, C220 CDI, avantgarde, 2008, auto, silver, one local owner, full service history, RWC, EC, 87,000kms, WCE188 $17,900 Ph 0427280907

2010 Toyota Tarago GLI 2.4L, 8 seater people mover, in VGC, 143,000kms, safety pack-all round air bags, new tyres and full service history ZLJ273 $20,990 Ph 0428538145

2013 Mazda 6 Touring Sedan, local owner, leather trim, 2.5cyl, auto, 24,500kms, BC0939 $21,999 Ph 53827340 or 0427827342

REDUCED 2009 BMW 12i E88 MY09, 2 door convertible 4 seats, 4 cylinders 2.0L petrol, 6spd auto, custom red leather seats, sapphire black, cruise, bluetooth, alloys, front side and curtain bags, full service history, 75,000kms APA423 $16,990 Ph 0428152803

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2014 Toyota Hilux SR5 dual cab, 54,000kms, as new condition, rarely been off road, Cooper AT-3 tyres at 80%, ARB intensity driving lights, ARB deluxe bull bar with rails and steps, GME UHF with broomstick aerial, reg until Sept 18, 1CW8AG $41,000 Ph 0427987001

4wd 1992 Subaru Ute, 4WD/40KS, PS, AC no RWC, OMO269 $1900 Ph Graeme 0458673135 Bridgestone tyre, LT 265/75 R16, 80% tread, suit toyota $50 Ph 0428504725

Real Estate REDUCED Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport, 12/2012, auto, 12mths reg, new tyres, service books, immaculate, 94,000km, genuine sale, ZKJ990 $14,200ono Ph 0408881137 XR5 Turbo Focus, 2007, 6spd manual, 2nd owner, full ford service history, cruise, immaculate cond, genuine sale, RWC, 130,000kms, WTC942 $10,500 Ph 0408038175

4 bedroom weatherboard house for removal Ph 0427359329 House for removal, solid 3 weatherboard home, located in Horsham $5000 Ph 0417566621

Sports Equipment

Motor Vehicles over $20,000

Holden Cruze CD, MY2012, 78km, white, 3mths reg, RWC, EC, ZVU587 $10,400 Ph 0466978789

2008 Hyundai i30 Diesel, SX manual, 265,000kms. 6mths rego, RWC, towbar WOH229 $5600 Ph 0488599625

2009 Proton Jumbuck only 38,457kms, manual, power steering, aircon, just serviced, new battery, full service history, front brake rotors, RWC, XLS297 $9000 Ph 0427844838.

REDUCED 2010 model Toyota Kluger, all wheel drive, 7 seater, built in DVD player, new tyres, sell with RWC, 120,000kms 1HA4CH $16,500ono Ph 0427317665

2010 Ford Falcon, 107,000kms, 12mths rego, RWC, EC, XWI498 $11,000 Ph 0428881744 Simone

2007 Kia EX, 4x4, SUV, leather trim, RWC, good unit, 190,000kms, vin# KNAJE52605645 $6900 Ph 53548205

2008 Hyundai Getz, 5spd manual, new timing belt and water pump, 208,000kms, XFU529 $4500ono with VIC RW, rego till 04/03/2018 and interior detailed or $4000ono as is without rego Ph 0429637551 and leave a message if no answer

Motor Vehicles over $20,000

2007 Nissan Navara dual cab, 260,000kms, 3mths reg, WFO227 $13,000ono Ph 0429907404

2008 VW Jetta, 2.0 6spd auto, RWC, EC, reg until 2/19, 86,000km, 1GT4MN $7900 Ph 0428842251

2008 Hyundai Getz, 5spd manual, 3 door hatch, RWC, EC, 98,000kms, $5900ono Ph 0429194499

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03 Toyota Hilux, 3L turbo diesel, dual cab, tray, b/bar, tub, reg til 06/18, 235,000kms, SHL311 $15,000 + Gst Ph 0429008301

Ford Focus Zetec, 2009, auto, hatch, EC, reg till 08/18 102,000kms XFC659 $10,500 Ph 0400573984

Polaris Hawkeye 400 quad bike, 2x4 auto, 680kms, EC $4250 Ph 0418391525

Triumph Daytona 955i 1997 model. 39339km, reg XS168, vin no SMTTE502LGV048203, VGC, selling due to health reasons $7000ono Ph Kevin 0408825551

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

2010 Nissan Navara ST-R D22, manual, 4x4, MY10, dual cab, dual battery, 126,201kms,4 brand new tyres, 2007 Holden Epica CDXI, 2.5L 6mths reg, RWC, XWX528 $16,500ono petrol, auto, cruise, climate control, Ph 0407538468 pwr windows, ABS, 6 airbags, regularly serviced, one owner, excellent reg, new windscreen, RWC, WCE999 $7500 Ph 0409549714

2015 Benelli bn600gt, reg 1N9QL 02/19, 2,692kms, white, plus extras $6,000 + Gst Ph Tony Brand 53811727 or 0418811737 Honda CRF100 2009 model, very little use, in new condition, JH2HEO3U38KZ00106, $2250 Ph 0439329646

Electric single bed, EC, mattress in GC, incs linen and elec blanket $500 Ph 0404097578

VR Commodore ute, 6cyl manual, 5spd, motor just been rebuilt, 25,787kms, IGT322 $2900 Ph 53982136

Motor Vehicle Accessories 95 Barina 185/55 15 mags and tyres $200 Ph 0407581291

Good reliable ski boat, 140hp Johnson motor, runs well, good strong trailer in EC, ready to use and enjoy, reg until 11/17, CZ094 M $2900 Ph 0407362138

Holden VZ ute, auto, V6, reg comes with RWC, always serviced, g-max 20” x 8 1/2” wheels, 70% rubber, URY871 $7500 Ph 53470106 or 0402425101

REDUCED 2002 Ford AU Marlin Ute, 190,000kms, YOQ419 $5000 Ph 0428405386

1986 Honda CT110, not running but will with work, solid frame, vin # UH2SDOIJ9PK306517 $600ono Ph 0417082252 2 x 2012 Piaggio Zip 50 2T scooters, rego 1I6KM & 1I6KN both 01/2019, red, plus extras, 510.1kms & 520.2kms $1,800 ea + Gst Ph Tony Brand 53811727 or 0418811737

380 Chev Lewis Ski Boat, great looking, EC $13,000 Ph 0488512197

Drum kit, some new skins needed $100ono Ph 0428848203

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

Male bike, GC $100 Ph 53911111 or 0418202203 Nhill 1938 Wasp Austin Tourer, 12mths club rego 26750H, ruskin body 467A $31,050 Ph 53975262

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Trades & Services Free yard clean up, white goods and tin metal, Stawell area Ph 0418175399

Wanted To Buy B.S.A Bantam Di Motorcycle, late 1940s-50s, for restoration Ph Simon 0409192536

Pottery wheel, Nhill pottery, price pending condition Ph Heather 0439344145 Small motorised campervan to drive, not to tow Ph 53569225 Valiant VE VIP sedan for restoration, condition considered Ph 0400319755 Ararat

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House cleaner, reliable, honest, $25 per hour Ph Wendy 0477200480 Horsham only

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Situations Vacant

Rifle Butts Wind Farm

Information Technology - Technician Hardware, software and networking knowledge is essential. Experience in a school preferred, but not essential. Time fraction: 1.0 (negotiable) Position is advertised on Recruitment Online. Enquiries to Therese Allen allen.therese.m@edumail.vic.gov.au 03 5386 1024

Use and development of a wind energy facility and erection and display of business identification signage, including:

• Construction of 13 turbines to a maximum height of 235 metres above ground level • Associated infrastructure, substation transformer, internal access tracks and hard stand areas • 2 x 1.5 metre business identification sign NewEn Australia Pty Ltd

You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of the responsible authority.

Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning 8 Nicholson Street, Melbourne and 110 Natimuk Road, Horsham

The application reference number is:

You may also look at the application and any documents that support the application at the following locations.

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Horsham Rural City Council 18 Roberts Avenue, Horsham

Careers in disability support and mental health - information evening

The application may be inspected at 8 Nicholson Street, Melbourne. Please phone (03) 8392 5545 with the application number to make an appointment to view the plans at this location. This can be done during office hours and is free of charge.

Tuesday 20 March 2018, 6-8pm

Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make a submission to the Minister for Planning at either: - Post: PO Box 500 East Melbourne VIC 8002 - Email: stateplanning.services@delwp.vic.gov.au An objection or submission must

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Uniting Wimmera - 185 Baillie Street, Horsham

• MYOB experience • Social Media skills/website knowledge • Stock control This is a full-time employment position. Wage dependent upon qualification and experience. Applications close noon Friday, March 23. Please forward application and resume to office@carines.com.au

Rural Northwest Health – an award winning health service is looking for energetic and innovative team members to work in Aged Care at our Warracknabeal Campus, Yarriambiack Lodge

Enrolled Nurses, Personal Care Workers and Lifestyle Assistant Part time or full time positions available Find out more about these part time positions available at www.rnh.net.au (Your Opportunities/Employment)

This information evening is for people who are experienced or qualified in Mental Health or Disability support services or people who are interested in a career in the industry and are willing to study.

be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing, include the application reference number, include the reasons for the objection or submission, and state how the objector or submitter would be affected.

The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before:

Office/Yard Person

Goroke P-12 College is a Child Safe School.

This is a summary. Full details of the proposal is contained within the application documentation. The applicant for the amendment to the permit is:

Carines Merchandise, Horsham has a vacancy for an

Goroke P-12 College

Planning and Environment Regulations 2015 Form 2 Section 52(1) NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR A PLANNING PERMIT

The application is for a permit to:

Situations Vacant

Forward applications to applications@rnh.net.au by 23 March 2018 Rural Northwest Health is an equal oppurtunity employer.

VG1384

You will hear from a range of guest speakers about • Job opportunities available at Uniting

Friday 13th April 2018

• How we work alongside our clients

If you object or make a submission, the Responsible Authority will tell you its decision. Please be aware that copies of any objections or submissions received may be made available to any person for the purpose of consideration as part of the planning process.

• Skills, qualifications and attributes that make a good support worker • The NDIS and the opportunities that exist

The LAND AFFECTED BY THE APPLICATION is located at

• Working for a highly reputable community service provider

Tyers Road, Lower Norton Lot 1 / LP98070 608 Rifle Butts Road, Lower Norton Lot 1 / TP442015H Motts Road, Nurrabiel Lot 1 / LP15425 Motts Road, Nurrabiel Lot 2 / LP15425 Motts Road, Nurrabiel Lot 3 / LP15425 Motts Road, Nurrabiel Lot 4 / LP15425 Motts Road, Nurrabiel Lot 6 / LP15425 Motts Road, Nurrabiel Lot 7 / LP15425 234 Motts Road, Nurrabiel Lot 1 / TP105210 Lanes Road, Wonwondah Crown Allotment 55 Parish of Nurrabiel (TP877663E) Lanes Road, Wonwondah Crown Allotment 56 Parish of Nurrabiel (TP877663S)

About you Uniting values people who are respectful, compassionate, imaginative and bold. We are looking for people who, like us, celebrate diversity and welcome everyone regardless of ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. Learn more Laura Bailey 03 5362 4000 Please register your attendance for catering purposes vt.uniting.org/wimmera-careers

The proponent NewEn Australia Pty Ltd Ernst Weyhausen 0427 768 387

Employment is subject to satisfactory criminal history and Victorian Working with Children Checks prior to commencement. Uniting is proud to be an inclusive employer and is committed to keeping children safe.

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Rural Northwest Health – an award winning health service is looking for an energetic and innovative team member to work at our Warracknabeal Campus

Counsellor – Social Worker

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The Weekly Advertiser is seeking a reliable individual or individuals to deliver copies of The Weekly Advertiser to:

HORSHAM HOUSEHOLDS For further information contact The Weekly Advertiser distributor Shannon Simpson on 0438 064 269 / horsham.distribution@gmail.com

WE’RE HIRING! Our new beer garden is steaming along and our bar renovation is finally about to begin! We are as busy as ever and are looking for a duty manager to help steer the ship. You’ll need to be a mature, exceptionally well groomed person that loves dealing with people. This role is flexible with hours but will see you doing around 3 closing shifts per week including most weekends. It may be casual or full time depending on the person. Shoot a message to exchangehotel@live.com.au with a resume or pop in to Horsham and the Wimmera’s number 1 dining and entertainment venue! Cheers!

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$65,713 - $79,790 (Plus Superannuation) Fixed Term, 3 years Usual hours of work: Full Time (flexibility may be available) Usual work location: Horsham

The Technical Officer is responsible for the establishment, maintenance and harvesting of high quality field trials involving pulses, oilseeds and winter cereals in Horsham and surrounding areas. Maintenance and operation of farm machinery, along with supervision and training of staff are important functions of this role. For appointment to this position you will demonstrate: • team leadership capacity, and effective oral and written communication; • knowledge of the concepts of plant breeding and/or crop production systems; • understanding of agronomic practices associated with running pulse, oilseed and winter cereal crops, including sowing, maintenance and harvesting trials; • capability in the safe and effective use and maintenance of farm machinery and equipment, skills with vehicle based real time kinematic (RTK) auto-steer equipment, as well as hand tools, chemicals and horticultural materials; and • computer skills in the Microsoft Office suite and capacity to learn new software and applications. For a confidential discussion, please call Garry Rosewarne on 03 5362 2346 or 0477 616 759. For further information on the position, and position description, and to apply please visit www.careers.vic.gov.au and refer to 020942. Applications close 1 April 2018 and must address the selection criteria.

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tawell Amateur Athletic Club will inject benevolence into its 52nd season of cross-country racing by featuring an event that supports a regional charity.

President David Hunter said the club was already aware that it was a benefit to the community by providing healthy activity for fitness-minded people and their families. “Members pay a nominal fee to join the club, but after that our racing is completely free,” he said. “For that we are confident our members would support at least one race in which a $10 entry fee would be donated to a worthy cause.” The club season starts with a five-kilometre handicap race on Saturday and the club’s Facebook page is open to  receive submissions from any community groups or individuals in need of support.

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“Every dollar collected will be given to the successful submission. This is not a oneoff,” Mr Hunter said. “The offer will be on the table from now on and into the foreseeable future.” Mr Hunter said anyone who donated to the cause would not be required to run in the selected race, nor would there be any pressure to join the club. “We have 20 Saturday races a season over a variety of courses and distances, starting at 10am,” he said. “All are free, come-and-try races in a relaxed and friendly family environment. “The beauty of handicap racing is that everyone – the fastest, the slowest, the youngest and the oldest, all have a chance of winning prizes and trophies donated by generous sponsors.” Come-and-try season opener runners will meet at Stawell North  Park  Clubrooms for registration from 9.15am.

QUEENSLAND WIN: The name of Queensland reinsman Pete McMullen joined the Noel Smith Memorial honour roll when he narrowly won the 2018 Horsham Invitation Drivers Championship on Monday. McMullen finished midfield in the first round of the four-race contest, but gained maximum points with consecutive all-the-way victories aboard Better Than That and Bee Gees Bandit in second and third legs. He managed fifth in his final drive for the afternoon, but a final tally of 33 points was enough to stave off a late charge from Gavin Lang, 31, with NSW driver Chris Geary, 30, third. Drivers pictured are, from left, back, Kerryn Manning,  Gareth  Rattray, Ryan  Hryhorec, Ryan  Warwick,  Chris Geary, obscured, Gavin Lang and Greg Sugars; and front, winner Pete McMullen, Chris Alford and Merv Butterworth from Decron Horse Care. Kate Gath is absent.

Lenehan’s Circus Dancer remains strong Horsham trainer Stephen Lenehan continues to chalk up the winners through recent acquisition, Circus Dancer. At Edenhope, the four-yearold lined up in a benchmark-58 handicap over 1000 metres. Ridden by Tahlia Hope, Circus Dancer was sent straight to the lead, setting a solid early tempo. The $3.20 chance continued to travel well, and slipped away to a three-length

lead before the home turn. The daughter of Walking Or Dancing gave a strong kick entering the straight, maintaining an unbeatable lead. Circus Dancer tired in the shadows of the post, but still recorded a one-length victory. The win was Circus Dancer’s second in 11 starts, after formerly racing with Matthew Smith.

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back Edenhope Cups, taking out the 2018 version in fine style with Divine Sanction. Ridden by comeback jockey Jarrod Lorensini, Devine Sanction was able to offset his awkward barrier draw and race in the first half of the field. The son of Teofilo continued to travel sweetly, before rapidly making up ground, prior to the turn. Despite being one of the widest runners in the straight,

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isiting NSW motocross rider Tyler Darby, 17, added a Bronte Holland Memorial 125 Cup to his collection of national successes while racing at Horsham’s MX Amateurs meet.

The Krankt ATM team member clinched the title while making the most of a rare opportunity to race under international conditions at Horsham’s Dooen course. He won from fellow national rider Michael Murphy from Melbourne and Horsham’s Corey Watts, who picked up his second third-placing in the event. Darby also came third in an MX 125 international format race, designed to prepare leading riders for world junior titles in Horsham later this year. Horsham Motorcycle Club spokesman Kenny Watts said weekend racing went well for riders, spectators and organisers. “It was hot and so was the racing. As well as top amateurs we had riders representing all states except the Northern Territory,” he said. Reigning Australian champion Regan Duffy from WA, who won his national junior title in Horsham last year, won the special MX 125 class from Blake Fox, NSW, and Darby in a field of about 20. In the other two exemption classes, Ryder Kingsford from NSW won MX 85 for riders 12 to 14 and Seth Burchell, NSW, won an MX 65 class for riders 10 to 12. The Horsham club will now prepare for the opening round of senior motocross titles on April 21 and 22 and then round four of western region championships in June. It will then start a countdown for world junior titles in August.

Basketballers off to championships Two Horsham Amateur Basketball Association teams will compete in division three and four state championships in Bendigo at the weekend. Association junior representative director Tony Sleep said the Hornets under-18 boys and under-16 girls would fly the flag at the championships, on Saturday and Sunday. Sleep coaches the boys team, with Damien Kilpatrick in charge of the girls outfit. “The seven boys will have a tough schedule with four games on the first day of the championships, but I feel that the team will remain competitive throughout,” Sleep said. “We have a good blend of speed and size as well as a solid mix of top and bottom-age players. “Only seven players will make rotations, so it’s important to keep the guys fresh – but I have faith that the guys we are taking can have a competitive weekend.” Sleep said Darcy Hogan, Riley Bryan, Jack Sleep and Will Griffiths were playing their final year in the junior Hornets uniform. Ararat Redbacks will send under-16 and under-18 boys, along with under-16 girls. Warracknabeal’s under-18 boys team will also compete.

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wifts netball leaders are thrilled with how the club is progressing following a hiatus from the Horsham District A Grade competition in 2016.

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Playing coach Courtney Morrow took charge of A Grade in 2017 and will look to continue to develop her side this season. Morrow said she enjoyed her first year as a coach and looked forward to seeing what her charges were capable of in 2018. “We were very happy with how we finished up last year,” she said. “All the girls gave 100 percent and we were happy with our four wins for the season after not being able to field an A Grade the year before.” This year’s A Grade team will consist of a mix of new and familiar faces. Morrow said she expected her side to be stronger and more competitive this season after attracting several key recruits. The Baggies have picked up speedy midcourter Heidi Lang from Stawell Warriors, defender Julia Coates from Lexton and goalie Michaela Armer, from Ballarat league side Redan. Shooter Jade Cleary has returned to the side along with midcourter Briana Close and defenders Tara Sky-Long and Erin Freeland.

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2018 coaches A Grade: C  ourtney Morrow B Grade: Caitlin Thomas C Grade: J ade Bird, Naomi Hoffmann C Reserve: Narelle Sandy 17 and under: E  rin Freeland 15 and under: Amanda Cleod  13 and under: B  riana Close Modified: Jane Johnson Morrow will also return to the midcourt. Swifts will be without goalies Ally Hall, injury, and Laura Farrer, other commitments, this year. Morrow said she looked forward to further developing as a coach. “Last year was really good. I had a great bunch of girls who put in 100 percent, which made my first year of coaching really enjoyable,” she said. “We have a young team again this year and I think it helps that we all get along, on and off the court. “Everyone gets an opportunity to voice their opinion and I’m looking forward to another great year with a great group.” Morrow said pre-season was progressing well as players prepared for round one. “We’ve had lots of numbers on the track and we’ll be fielding all grades this season,” she said.

“We played our first practice match last week and everyone went really well.” Morrow said all grades had a strong focus on fitness. “We still want to work on improving our fitness for a few weeks,” she said. “We have a bit longer than everyone else since we have the bye in the first round. “This year we want to have fun but we also want to be competitive across the board. “In A Grade, we are aiming to win more than four games and to push for finals.” Several grades only narrowly missed out on finals berths in 2017 and Morrow said club leaders would like to see several Swifts teams enjoy a taste of the post season this year. “Overall the club was happy with how we went last year,” she said. “We had a competitive year. To come back the way we did from not having an A Grade the year before is something the club is very proud of. “We’re even prouder this year to get such strong numbers and new recruits, and seeing so many people are keen to be part of our great club. “We can’t wait for the season to start.”

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or football clubs and teams there is nothing quite as sweet as the taste of premiership success. Win a flag and suddenly everything around a club changes. For many, the feeling it generates is similar to a highly addictive but hardto-access drug – it creates a yearning that never seems to leave. There is no doubt, that for Swifts in Horsham District league, that yearning is magnifying with every year that passes. It is now four years since the Stawell Baggies won an historic 2014 flag and fans are looking to the start of every season with expectation. Of course football and sporting premierships in general remain among some of the most elusive of prizes – some players go through careers without ever experiencing them. It often takes a considerable build-up for teams to even qualify. The preparation and need for consistency in performance is far from lost on Swifts coach Scott Carey as he prepares for the 2018 season. “For us, getting to the finals is the first box that needs ticking,” he said. “But we’re also fully aware that with a final six, you have to be right up near the top of the ladder to progress deep-

2018 coaches Seniors: Scott Carey Reserves: Nick Clarke Under-17s: Paul Boag Under-14s: Damon Folkes, Matt Healy ly into the finals. We’re going to push to get as high as we possibly can.” In what looms as a highly competitive year, Swifts might have the arsenal to be among serious challengers this season. Carey said the Baggies would undergo restructuring with the influx of playing personnel and a change in style. “Everything seems to be on track for the start of the season,” he said. “Training numbers have been great and there’s a good vibe in the pre-season. I’m really happy with it. “We will definitely have a different structure and hopefully we’ll have it down pat by round one.”

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The return of key-position forwards in former premiership coach Ben Martin from Navarre and Damon Folkes from a serious knee injury, to play alongside Andrew Cameron, appears at the core of the strategy switch. Having key-position targets will help ‘straighten up’ a team that relied heavily on runners to get the ball

forward last year. “It will be about getting the ball forward as quickly as possible, where those guys are either going to mark the ball or get it to ground,” Carey said. “That’s the aim, so we’ll see how we go.” Along with Martin and Folkes on the Swifts’ ‘in’ list are Daniel Parkin, another 2014 premiership player in Jakob Davis, and last year’s league under-17 best and fairest Josh Davis. Swifts took on Ararat Eagles in a practice match last week and will have another pre-season test against Avoca on March 24. Swifts president Steve Hoffmann said the Baggies were in a strong position, including across football and netball player ranks. He said financial support was also strong, with CKS Engineering supporting the club for more than a decade again headlining a sponsor list. Mr Hoffmann also agreed that Swifts were hungry for more premiership success. “We want to get back to being in a position to challenge for that again,” he said. “We also have a good opportunity with the draw for people to support us this year. So come along and support a local team.”

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espite the disappointment of not making finals in 2017, Nhill netball leaders are pleased the club has made significant inroads into a stronger, more successful future.

Incoming A Grade playing coach Emma Beer said netball leaders took plenty of positives from last season, even though teams hoped to finish higher on their respective ladders. “We were disappointed not to make finals in A Grade last year,” she said. “We felt we were in a really positive position at the start of the season but we were unlucky with some key injuries. “Overall, we had a big improvement and were a much more competitive side – we were actually competitive against every side, which is a big difference from previous years.” Beer said improvements across the whole club had led to a good feeling among players and supporters. “It’s always been a fun club, but now we have more structure,” she said. “We’re also working on our culture and making sure we have the right people in the right positions. “We’ve laid a lot of positive foundations for the future.” Pre-season is well underway and Beer is happy with how it is progressing. “We’ve had really good numbers on the training track and a lot of enthusi-

2018 coaches A Grade: E  mma Beer B Grade: Emma Dickinson, Melissa Polkinghorne C Grade: Sarah White, Maddy Albrecht 17 and under: Trevor James 15 and under A: Brittany Keller  13 and under: Laura Dittloff Net Set Go: Tarrah Dodds, Casey Hiscock Modified: Kimberley Philip, Melissa Polkinghorne asm,” she said. “Fitness is a big focus, as it always is in pre-season. We’ve felt in previous years we didn’t get into netball specifics early enough, so this year we’re incorporating ball skills and drills as well. “We’re in the middle of selections, which we’re also starting a bit earlier this year. “That will allow us to start our team bonding and becoming familiar with each other on the court sooner than in previous years.” The Tigers will field all teams bar 15 and under B in 2018. The A Grade outfit will be without Ellen Bennett, injury, and Ashleigh Morrison, who will play for Jeparit-Rainbow in Horsham District league this year. “Ellen was our captain last year and she injured her knee early in the season,” Beer said.

“She had surgery later in the year and will also miss this season. She is a big loss.” Beer said the Tigers had attracted a few new faces, which would boost the club’s senior netball capabilities. “We will have some new faces in the A Grade team but the girls who played A Grade last year are also in the mix,” she said. “We’re still in the middle of the selection process so the team isn’t finalised yet, but I think we will have a stronger, more versatile line-up with better depth.” Beer said the club’s junior netballers would also focus on being competitive and gaining new skills. She said several under-17 players would be given opportunities to gain experience in senior grades. “I’m confident as a club we’ll go better this season and we’re expecting the girls to rise to the occasion,” she said. “We’re really excited about this year and looking forward to the season starting.” Beer said she also looked forward to playing against league newcomer Southern Mallee Giants. “I don’t know much about them but it’s always good to have an extra team come in to strengthen the competition,” she said. “I think it’s a positive step forward for the league.”

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here’s a tired old sporting expression that a champion team will always beat a team of champions. And regardless of the quality of personnel joining Nhill in Wimmera Football League this year, when you break it down, that’s the over-arching philosophy new coach Tim Bone has adopted. The truth is, Nhill has experienced one of its best pre-season build-ups in years and for the first time in almost a decade one of its great strengths appears to be player depth. The Tigers, despite a couple of disappointing departures, have recruited strongly, not only bolstering the ranks with newcomers, but also welcoming back home-grown players. It might well be that the strength of Nhill’s reserves, providing all-important pressure on senior positions, proves the catalyst for a Tigers rise this year. The Tigers have farewelled Toohey Medallist Billy Hayes, Callum Semple, Ben Kirsopp, Jack Sampson and Lucas Dahlenburg with best wishes. It is a departure list that would have knocked the stuffing out of

2018 coaches Seniors: Tim Bone Reserves: Luke Aldaker Under-17s: Darren Bone and Ben Pollock Under-14s: Edmund Pritchard some previous Tiger team lists – but not so this year. The talent slipping into Davis Park appears, on paper at least, more than adequate to fill the gaps. Bone, now 35, cut his teeth with the Tigers and in establishing himself as a slick goal-kicking runner, twice representing the Big W, and his last-hurrah seasons promise plenty. Joining him this year are former Maribyrnong captain and onballer Simon Cave, notable Bellarine and Geelong league goal-kicker Scott Hughes, lofty ruckman-key position player Ben Jones and other newcomers Jess Morano, Maribyrnong, and Stephen Craig, Kybybolite. Former Nhill players Nick Bone, Jake Pilgrim and Mitch Dahlenburg are also on the ‘in’ list and adding to overall excitement at club level is the return of the likes of Riley Launer, Nathan Jensz, Nathan Sparling, Mark McEldrew and Lachlan Meek.

Tim Bone, who has played in Mackay in Queensland for the past 10 years, said he was looking forward to the challenge of leading his home club and returning to ‘full-on’ football. “There has been a really good buy-in from the playing group and it appears we’re going to have depth and youth,” he said. “With the team being down for a fair while, we have identified a need to modify club culture and for me that’s about lifting the bar in everything from training standards to expectations. “We’re going to be about efficiency, working hard to win and hang on to the football, and while we have a tough start to the season, it would be nice to start off with a win.” Bone said ‘strength in numbers’ was a priority for the Tigers. “We won’t be relying on particular individuals – it is all about the team and whoever is selected,” he said. “We expect everyone to come in and play a role and that’s what we will be all about – not one or two blokes doing the heavy lifting. “We have a good list, a good mix and that’s why I think we can be seriously competitive.” Tigers football director Matt

Fritsch stressed that developing a positive, productive and healthy culture throughout the club underpinned much of what the Tigers were doing. “The philosophy is that culture creates success and the club needs to create that culture before we can demand that success,” he said. “We’re moving forward and looking to the future. “We have consistently had between 32 and 37 on the track for pre-season, which is probably the best we’ve had for five to 10 years.” Mr Fritsch said former coach Alan Bennett had laid solid foundations within the Tigers playing group and Bone was the right person to continue the progress. “We are confident we have the right coach and the feeling around the football is great,” he said. With Bone’s return, the Tigers are planning a reunion of Nhill’s 1998 under-16 premiership team. Nhill’s pre-season preparations include matches against Bordertown and Padthaway. The Tigers, in providing a regional blueprint as part of an over-arching community sporting club, have extensive financial support from a lengthy list of sponsors.

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Ararat Rats

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desire to see Ararat netball return to its powerhouse status of the past is the driving force behind Donna Spalding’s decision to take on the A Grade coaching role. The Rats entered a rebuilding stage two years ago to ensure the club’s longevity, but have not played finals since 2015, when they finished fifth. Spalding – a club stalwart who has played a role in years of success, most recently as a junior coach – said yes to the call-up a few weeks ago. “I didn’t think I’d be back in this position, but when I was approached I had a good think about it,” she said. “When your heart is with the club you want to see it going well. “To get some success back is my driving force and I hope I can at least guide and support them in their quest.” Spalding has taken over the reins from midcourt duo Jess Williamson and Lauren Armstrong, who will remain at the club. She said pre-season was going

2018 coaches A Grade: Donna Spalding B Grade: Olivia West C Grade: Kate Bligh, Breanne Fratin 17 and under: TBC 15 and under A: Donna Spalding 15 and under B: Monique Scott 13 and under: Celine Bush Net Set Go: TBC well, with plenty of numbers on the track. “We had 30-plus for trials for the three senior grades, which is a bit daunting,” she said. “Some have chosen not to play or have gone elsewhere, but I think we’ll still end up with a big C Grade squad. We needed it last year though, because of injuries.” Spalding and B Grade coach Olivia West have each selected eight players for A and B squads. Spalding said experienced midcourter Kate Bligh would step up from B Grade. “Kate’s agreed to give me a few games in A Grade,” she said. “She hasn’t played A Grade for a few years, but I’m excited to have her back because I coached her for a long time and I know what she’s capable of.

“I’m still in consultation with Krystal Fisher. She’s a lovely defender but she’s also a young mum and lives in Ballarat. Her husband is coaching the senior team but we’ll just have to wait and see. “It’s hard enough to travel to play when you’re single, let alone when you have three kids. “I think we’ve lost Alex Antonio, who is living in Melbourne to study. She’s a great kids coach and she starred in B Grade last year. I was hoping to give her a go in A Grade but I don’t think I’m going to get her back. We’ve kept everyone else.” Monique Scott, Tahnee Walker, Tayla Borrelli and Rebecca Skrabl will also start in the A Grade squad. “Olivia and I will work together and players could shuffle teams. We’re hoping to settle our teams within the first few rounds,” Spalding said. “I’m looking for a good mix of youth and experience. “A few years ago they got rid of the A Grade team and started from scratch, but you can’t afford to do that, because if you don’t have experienced players in key positions they’re not teaching the young ones coming through. “I want to get back to our policy of more than 30 years, of having a mix of both. Players will not be

discriminated against on the basis of age. If they are the better player, they are in the team.” Spalding said the Rats had an unusual start to the season. They will play Stawell on Good Friday, March 31, and then have a break until a showdown with Horsham Saints on April 28. “With a month off after round one people aren’t really ready to get started yet,” she said. “We have a practice match against Gordon the week before and round one will probably feel a bit like a practice match as well. “I’m playing it very low-key.” Spalding said despite A Grade finishing sixth last year, the rest of the club’s netballers had a good season. B Grade and 15 and under A won premierships, with C Grade and the 17 and unders playing finals. Spalding said all grades would aim to qualify for finals in 2018, particularly A Grade. “I’ve been devastated the past two years, not making finals. We need to make finals again,” she said. “I don’t take on a coaching role thinking you don’t need to make finals. Netballers give up a lot of time and effort and we do it all for free. It’s a big sacrifice and you put in a lot of work throughout the season. Making finals is your reward.”

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BY DEAN LAWSON

immera Football League club Ararat is on a mission – and 2018 might be the year the Rats start making their move.

Rats president David Jennings said a desire driving much of what was happening at Alexandra Oval was a need to ‘be successful more often’. “We want to get to a position where we have a consistent formula where year-in, year-out Ararat senior teams play in the finals,” he said. “That means making the most of cycles and seizing opportunities to be successful. Generate success and everyone tends to jump on board.” For many years Ararat, as a major centre on the collision point for the Western District, Wimmera and Pyrenees, enjoyed a reputation as Wimmera league’s south-eastern powerhouse. Regional football circumstances have naturally evolved over time and it is now two years in a row that Ararat has missed the finals. But there is always a feeling that the Rats are the sleeping giants of the competition and all they need is the cards to fall their way. Mr Jennings was on the money when he suggested that when Ararat was going well, the competition was also healthy. Ararat, similar to Horsham, has traditionally been a team that everyone else in the league loves to loathe and that’s

2018 coaches Seniors: Shane Fisher Reserves: Jake Strafehl Under-17s: Matt Summers Under-14s: Tim Shea the way the club wants it to stay. “The immediate plan for us is to get into finals contention and then, if we get there, to push deeper,” Mr Jennings said. Ararat has experienced Shane Fisher in charge of the whiteboard as coach this year, with assistants Trent Fiscalini, back from coaching Robinvale last year, and Dan Mendes directing traffic on the ground.

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Fisher echoed much of what Mr Jennings said while providing insight into how the Rats would take on the approaching season. “We’re not going to make miracles happen overnight, but hopefully we’ll challenge for a spot in the finals this year,” he said. “We’re on the right track. As a club we certainly believe we will be a lot more competitive side than last year and hopefully not have the costly lapses in games. “We will play a different style this year and in being fitter will be trying to take more risks by running and attacking. “Sometimes taking risks will lead to things coming unstuck, but in taking

risks you also get rewards. We won’t be overly tall, but we’ll have enough to cover our bases. “I think people have learnt a lot from what Richmond did in the AFL with a smaller group. “This year we will have more flexibility through the midfield and at half forward and barring injury, instead of three or four players rotating, we might be able to have eight to 10.” Ararat has been training since before Christmas to generate higher levels of fitness and has had a solid recruiting campaign, netting the likes of Fiscalini, Corey Taylor and Vermont’s Jarryd Smith. The club has also lured talented Jake Williamson and Tyler Cronin from Tatyoon, Cronin set to provide a small-forward option. Mr Jennings said the Ararat club was all about flying the flag for Ararat district. “It is all about embracing the Ararat community,” he said. “The players are proud to be representing a broad area and they want people to come and watch them. “There is no doubt the more people we get at games they better the players will represent their city.” Ararat is in a strong financial position, with Ararat RSL and WFI insurance leading a sponsorship group.

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wifts-Great Western is celebrating a 2017-18 Grampians Cricket Association A Grade premiership after stoically denying Buangor any chance of a comebehind-result.

The Combine won the season climax at Stawell’s Central Park on first innings in a contest that pushed deeply into the third day. Swifts-Great Western established a 13-run lead and first-innings result after chasing down a Buangor score of 164. But the contest was far from over and with plenty of time and overs remaining in the contest, Buangor clipped a second-innings 174 to establish a 161-run lead. Buangor then needed to bowl Swifts-Great Western out again to record a back door victory. But with a first-innings result in the bag, the combine dug in its heels on Monday and successfully stonewalled and was 4-111 from 70 overs when Buangor conceded. The game was up for grabs for much of the contest. On Saturday Buangor won the toss and batted and despite the loss of an early wicket looked good at 1-84. But after the dismissal of Chris Jerram, wickets began to fall regularly

with Buangor’s batsmen failing to go on after getting starts. An exception was opener Lachie Oddie with 59. Buangor finished its first innings with 164 off 58.1 overs, Jamie Bach the primary destroyer for SwiftsGreat Western with 5-41 and Brady Miller taking 4-26. Swifts-Great Western started its first innings well, but on 30 lost 3-11 including the key wickets of Sam Cocks and Rick Peters. A 63-run partnership between Travis Nicholson and Damien Joiner steered the Combine through to 3-104 at stumps, with Jack Ganley having taken all three wickets. The last hour was intriguing, with Buangor seeking an extra wicket and the Combine chipping away at the runs required. The next day, Buangor struck back early, dismissing both Nicholson, run out, and Joiner, bowled, without suffering too much damage on the scoreboard. From then it became a tense struggle as the Combine inched towards a first-inning lead and Buangor regularly taking wickets. In the end, Swifts-Great Western passed the target with eight wickets down and scored 177. Ganley was the best of Buangor’s bowlers with 4-56 and off-spinner Chris Jerram captured 3-49.

ACROSS CRICKET Horsham This week: Semi-finals, Saturday-Sunday, Homers v Laharum at Horsham City Oval, Rupanyup-Minyip v Horsham Saints at Dimboola. Last week: Cornell Schwedes One Day Cup grand final, Homers 3-194 (C. Britten 64, S. Hopper 52, Jarred Combe 36no, C. Hopper 22no) d Rupanyup-Minyip 185 (D. Schaper 60, A. Carter 32, T. Hair 26, C. Midgley 22; C. Britten 5-36). Junior grand final: Horsham Saints 8-187 (M. Martin 108; L. Petering 3-33) d Dunmunkle Renegades 8-173 (B. Young 76no, B. Turner 54; Jye Walter 6-15).

Grampians NOT TEMPTED: Swifts-Great Western’s Damien Joiner sways out of the way of a Jack Ganley bouncer during Grampians Cricket Association’s A Grade grand final at Stawell’s Central Park. The Combine beat Buangor on first innings. Buangor’s second innings started with urgency, the team aware it had to score quickly to set the Combine a reasonable target. At stumps, Buangor was 4-108 with Jack Fraser scoring the bulk of the runs with 49 and with his team 95 runs in front. Critically, Buangor’s opening bowler Paul Latham broke down and was unable to bowl later in the game. Buangor went on to make 174 the following day, Ganley again in the action with 31, and this time Matt Heffer enjoyed a wicket bounty for the Combine and collected 6-39.

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Swifts-Great Western then had little need to risk trying to win on second innings and settled in to defend its first-innings result. Opener Cocks made 43 and Joiner 29 as Buangor tried but failed to bust through for critical wickets as runs became irrelevant. In other results, St Andrews became B Grade premier after comfortably defeating Swifts-Great Western in the first two of the best-of-three one-day games scheduled across the long weekend.

Grand final: Swifts-Great Western 177 (D. Joiner 37, T. Nicholson 31, D. Hurley 27; J. Ganley 4-56, C. Jerram 3-49, L. Oddie 2-23) and 4-111 (S. Cocks 43, D. Joiner 29; J. Ganley 2-31) d Buangor 164 (L. Oddie 59; J. Bach 5-41, B. Miller 4-26) and 174 (J. Fraser 49, J. Ganley 31; M. Heffer 6-69, J. McCartney 2-15, J. Bach 2-36).

Wimmera-Mallee This week: Grand final, Donald v Jeffcott. Last week: Semi-finals, Jeffcott 9-153 (D. Atkins 44; R. Doran 3-18) d Birchip 67 (D. Pearce 7-17), Donald 7-144 (F. Funcke 70no) d BrimKellalac-Sheep Hlls 140 (N. Hibbins 43; C. Anderson 4-22, H. HolmesBrown 3-30, J. Landwehr 3-40).

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GONE! Umpire John Burns sends Rupanyup-Minyip batsman Matt Downer on his way, out lbw, as Homers’ Jason Kannar, left, rushes in to congratulate bowler Craig Britten. Homers won Horsham Cricket Association’s Cornell Schwedes One Day Cup and will now start season-proper finals as premiership favourites. For more pictures from the match, visit www. theweeklyadvertiser. com.au. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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ll-rounders led by Craig Britten loom as potential destroyers for Homers in Horsham Cricket Association A Grade semi-finals this weekend.

Britten produced a dominating display with bat and ball to steer the Pigeons to victory in a Cornell Schwedes One Day Cup, and now has Laharum in his sights. Britten ripped through the heart of a Rupanyup-Minyip top order in last Saturday’s twilight final to collect an impressive 5-36 and then led a successful Homers run-chase, clipping 64. He will now take outstanding form into a season-proper first semi-final at Horsham City Oval this weekend, where the Pigeons are red-hot favourites to push on for another tilt at a premiership. But the tip is that if Britten fails to do damage with bat or ball, it will be another of Homers’ long list of talented all-round cricketers. Big-occasion player Jarred Combe will join Britten with on-field leadership duties, and then there is the likes of batting spin trio Simon and Chris Hopper and Jason Kannar. If it’s not runs that do the damage it will be wickets and vice-versa. Backing them up are Sandy Hodge

and Adam Atwood with the bat and Eddie Landwehr with his left-armers. Laharum can be unpredictable and after a weekend off to breathe a mighty sigh of relief after clinching a swinging finals spot, would have summed up the task at hand. There is little doubt the Mountain Men can accumulate runs if given time to settle and early partnerships between top-order batsmen Josh Mahoney, George MacDuff and Daniel Griffiths will be critical. If big-shouldered Ben Peucker has a platform with which to work and run-making Damien Bunworth can

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come in with team momentum, anything is possible. Laharum also has to bust through a rock-solid Pigeon top-order, which means not only the likes of Griffiths, Heath MacInnes and Tristan March have to bowl tight lines, but the bowling change-ups also need to be economical.

Blue Panthers v Saints

Rupanyup-Minyip, meanwhile, in coming off a stinging loss against Homers last week, needs to regroup for an intriguing semi-final battle against Horsham Saints at Dimboola. The Blue Panthers have plenty of

finals experience and batting potency with the likes of Ryan Metelmann and Dan Clark, or perhaps Matt Downer at the top of the order, with dangerous Adam Carter and Daniel Schaper primed in the middle. Then there are all-rounders Brent Hudson and Clinton Midgley. The Blue Panthers also have plenty of incentive with Travis Hair out of action as he recovers from a major illness identified after Saturday night’s game. A lack of bowling variety might be an Achilles heel for the Dunmunkle outfit. A variety of players are coming to

the party for Horsham Saints and it is unpredictable who will make the runs or take wickets. Last game Josh Hedt at number eight poked his head up with 81 and either side of him Craig Klemm and Tim Braendler also made runs. But it’s finals time and that means the million-dollar wickets are Matt and Justtin Combe. There are also Corey and Austin Smith and Stuart McGuckin mixing it in the top order. Saints front-line bowler and all-rounder Tony Caccaviello is sure to steam in while headlining an eclectic attack also featuring Hayden Smith, Braendler, Jon Carroll and a variety of other toilers. Rupanyup-Minyip players wouldn’t have been happy falling to their arch rivals last week. They defended 185 under lights and watched the Pigeons with Britten, Simon Hopper, 52, Jarred Combe, 36, and Chris Hopper 22, pass the score with three wickets down. Schaper, who has a habit of producing crucial finals knocks, made 60 for the Blue Panthers and Carter, 32, Hair, 26, and Midgley, 22, also spent time at the crease. But it’s back to square one for this weekend’s Saturday-Sunday showdowns.

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atimuk and District Field and Game member Brad Smith held his own against tough competition from across the country on Monday, triumphing in the club’s biggest event in several years.

Smith scored 92-100 in the 100-target classic to win the highgun accolade. Club president Tom Hardman said 201 shooters converged on the Natimuk course for the event. “We have monthly shoots but this is our biggest event in years,” he said. “We had competitors from Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria. Ballarat brought a bus down, which is good, and we had shooters from clubs across the state including Geelong, Warrnambool and Morwell. “It was good to see Brad shoot the highest overall score for the day. “A couple of competitors are internationally ranked – one is about sixth in the world – so to see a local guy take it home against such strong competition was great.” Mr Hardman said forming a

partnership with Horsham business J & A Shooting Supplies contributed to the event’s success. “We started up this event over the past two years. It’s a 100-target event, which is a longer one. Having J & A sponsor it has upped the ante and we’re now offering $8000 in prizes,” he said. “Bill Jorgensen is heavily involved in the sport, which helps because he knows a lot of people and has helped spread the word. “We’ve had some great feedback about the event. Everyone seemed to enjoy the day. “Being a long weekend a lot of people stayed in Horsham or Natimuk, so it also provided a boost for the region’s businesses, which is great.”

Results

Open: Brad Smith 92-100. AA: 1st, Adam Shale 91-100, 2nd, Aaron Edmondson 90-100, 3rd, Jack Gibbs 89-100, 4th, Robert Hall, 89-100. A: 1st, Ben Carter 89-100, 2nd, Peter Mitchell 86-100, 3rd, Richard Emmerson 86-100, 4th, Phillip Sanders 86-100. B: 1st, Ian Cameron 81-100, 2nd, Mark Cooper 78-100, 3rd, Ben Taylor 78-100, 4th, Steven Graetz 76-100. C: 1st, Jayden Egan 72-100, 2nd,

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TOUGH COMPETITION: Natimuk and District Field and Game Club hosted 201 shooters for a 100-target classic on Monday. Pictured clockwise from left are, sub-junior winner Bart Turgoose; Dennis Webb and Alan Jephson in action. For more pictures visit www. theweeklyadvertiser. com.au. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

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he opportunity to perform in front of United State college scouts is what awaits Murtoa College volleyballer Laelah Robertson when she pulls on the green and gold for Australia in June.

Robertson has been given the opportunity of a lifetime to play in the biggest American school volleyball event, the 45th Annual AAU Girl’s Junior National Volleyball Championships. The championships are in Florida, where more than 36,000 participants from 2400 teams compete across 172 courts, with more than 600 US college scouts watching. Expressions of interest were sought from girls across Australia and Robertson put her name forward. She was informed last week that she had made the team, alongside some of the best talent from Victoria and Queensland. An idea jointly put forward by Victorian coach Sue Rice and her Queensland counterpart Amanda Fielding – both of whom have had extensive coaching within Australia and in the US College system – the opportunity to participate in the championships gives those young girls who are on the US College pathway,

first-hand experience at what being a part of the US College system could look like. In Robertson’s case, she has been on the radar of Victorian coaches for the past two years. This was underlined by her selection in the Victorian under-17 Blue team last year as a bottom-aged player, only to miss out on playing at National Junior Volleyball Championships on the Gold Coast when she badly injured a finger at the State Schools Cup in July. Since overcoming that injury, Robertson has played in three tournaments, making the final at a Bendigo tournament in women’s division two, winning a final at Ballarat in women’s division two and then finishing the year off with a silver medal at National Schools Cup in yearnine girls division three. She has realised that volleyball is the sport for her and it could take her places that she has never dreamed. She is determined to make every post a winner. Robertson has the dream of one day getting into the US College volleyball system. This opportunity certainly won’t do her prospects any harm and we could very well be seeing another talented athlete from the Wimmera making it on the international stage.

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