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COLOURS FOR A CAUSE: Ararat’s Marian College students Brianne Cole, left, and Gabrielle McGuckian throw confetti into the air as they get into the spirit for a money-raising colour run next month. The colour run, organised by the school’s year-12s, raises money for the Fred Hyde Foundation. The school’s efforts have helped establish and maintain a kindergarten on the Bangladesh island of Bola. The fun run will include three-kilometre and five-kilometre courses where participants will be doused in coloured powder. People keen to be involved can register online at marian-college-colour-run-2018.eventcreate.com.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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Wimmera thrust to dramatically increase the renewableenergy potential of the region is set to gain momentum at a major community gathering in Stawell later this month.

The capacity of electrical infrastructure across much of the region falls well short of matching western Victorian growth in the sector and development leaders are desperate for government support and action. Wimmera Development Association executive director Ralph Kenyon con-

firmed that issues surrounding the capitalisation of renewable-energy in the region would be high on a Wimmera Southern Mallee Regional Assembly agenda on May 30. “It is clearly a priority issue for our region – not only in terms of long-security of energy for our region – but also the state,” he said. Mr Kenyon said there was a need for clarity on various issues surrounding renewable-energy development and production in the region, especially in establishing foundations to move forward.

Mr Kenyon said key issues likely to attract attention on the subject of renewable energy at the regional assembly included – • Uncertainty surrounding energy policy and role of renewables in energy mix; • A lack of understanding of the energy market; • The region grid capacity; • The opaque of industry activity; • Planning approvals complexity and time frames; • Fragmentation of projects and industry;

• Lack of local manufacturing and maintenance capability. “We’re hoping to get some ideas and input from the broader community,” Mr Kenyon said. “Our part of the world has been clearly identified for its potential to generate high levels of renewable energy, which has led to major players establishing or planning to establish farms. “But we remain heavily hamstrung by the old infrastructure we have in place.” Continued page 3

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Microbrewery on Halls Gap radar A

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Grampians hamlet renowned for its gastronomic delights and award-winning wines could be set to add a microbrewery to its tourism offerings.

Northern Grampians Shire councillors will on Monday consider entering into a lease agreement with Paper Scissors Rock Beer Co to set up business in part of the Halls Gap Hub. The lease will allow the company to establish a microbrewery-café busi-

ness operating seven days a week. Monday’s special meeting, in Stawell’s council chamber at 1.30pm, will give councillors the option to give notice of their intention to enter into a lease. Voting in favour of an officer’s recommendation to approve a lease will not result in the granting of a lease, but will open up the proposal for public comment. The council will open up submissions on the proposal, which it is required to consider before making

a formal decision at a later meeting. Councillors can also vote against the officer’s recommendation. Council lease administration officer Kylie Allen said in a report prepared for Monday’s meeting that the council called for expressions of interest to lease part of the Halls Gap Hub in April this year. She said council officers received three formal submissions, which they assessed against set criteria, before determining a preferred applicant. Ms Allen’s report shows the company

expressed an interest in leasing part of the hub to establish a boutique microbrewery with diverse international ‘street’ food, brewery tours, beer and food pairing events, produce tastings, brewing master-classes, social events and regional and national beer collaborations. A spokesman for Paper Scissors Rock Beer Co said the company would like to ‘lay low’ at this stage and allow the council to follow the designated approval process. If Paper Scissors Rock Beer Co’s

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‘Liveability’ think tank Wimmera rural council representatives will join a statewide exploration into the ‘liveability’ of regional areas during a gathering at Lakes Entrance this week. A Rural Councils Victoria Rural Summit, including 100 delegates from a broad cross-section of municipalities, starts today and continues until Friday. Rural Councils Victoria chairman and Hindmarsh Shire representative Cr Rob Gersch, of Nhill, said the summit aimed to equip rural community council staff, leaders and residents with skills, information and capacity to respond to change. “The summit is also an opportunity for discussion on the challenges and opportunities facing regional communities,” he said. “We have attracted speakers from government, industry, tourism and business sectors, as well as people who specialise in forecasting the future of rural areas and how we can best adapt and prepare ourselves for a future of promise.” An imbalance in Victoria’s growth between massive expansion in Melbourne and a shrinking in regional population is already generating intense political debate leading up the November state election. Mr Gersch said discussion topics at the summit, hosted by East Gippsland Shire Council, included – • Liveability in regional Victoria – how do we see the future? • What the factors are which develop lifestyle opportunities in rural areas; • The role of government and private industries in supporting rural communities; through transport and infrastructure. Cr Gersch said the summit was an opportunity to network and discuss common issues that were affecting rural people.

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proposal is accepted, Halls Gap will become the second Wimmera-southern Mallee town to welcome news of a microbrewery in the past six months. Hindmarsh Shire Council granted a planning permit for a brewery at the rear of Rainbow’s Eureka Hotel in December last year. Within Northern Grampians Shire, St Arnaud has a Farmgate Brewery and Distillery and the council is working through the planning process for another brewery in Stawell.

PLATINUM ANNIVERSARY: Doris and Hugh McDonald will celebrate 70 years of marriage on Tuesday.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

‘Give and take’ key to longevity Horsham couple Doris and Hugh McDonald will celebrate 70 years of marriage on Tuesday. The McDonalds said they looked forward to marking their platinum anniversary with their six children, 13 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and friends at Horsham City Bowling Club on Saturday. Hugh, 94, and Doris, 93, married at Camberwell Our Lady of Victories

Basilica in 1948. They said they had enjoyed playing sport together throughout their marriage. The McDonalds have played tennis and golf and only recently gave up playing bowls. The couple lived in Melbourne and Launceston, Tasmania, before moving to Horsham, where they remember buying one of the first refrigerators that came to town.

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From page 1 “Simply put, making renewable-energy to kick development goals in our region is about having powerlines capable of carrying the high levels of electricity generated from renewable power plants and farms,” Mr Kenyon said. He said it was important to look beyond a lack of formal commitment to address the issue in the latest state and federal budgets. “The reality is that this is bigger than just one budget. The key now is to keep pushing and consolidating the message and getting it on the state and national agenda,” he said. “At the moment we’re talking about exploiting energy generated from wind and the sun. But the industry has the potential to head into a variety of pathways that might also involve harnessing biofuels, waste and even geothermal opportunities. We need to be in a position to collectively take advantage of this.” The Australian Energy Market Operator, AEMO, has warned that wind and solar-project developers in the region run a high risk of ‘curtailment’, or a cut in their energy-generation capacity, because of the weak electrical grid. It has added there are also issues surrounding ‘marginal loss factors’, based on how much energy produced at each site will be able to reach its destination. Shoring up energy opportunities is one of many issues people from Northern Grampians, Hindmarsh, Horsham, West Wimmera and Yarriambiack municipalities who gather at the regional assembly in Stawell Town Hall will discuss. Renewable energy is also high on the agenda of a Central Highlands Regional Assembly, which involves Ararat, in Ballarat next month. The assemblies are in their third year since the State Government established nine Regional Partnerships across Victoria in 2016.

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Golfers set course for new direction T

BY DEAN LAWSON

he future of nationally renowned Horsham Golf Course is set to hinge on how well the region embraces a major push to make the centre more communityfocused.

Horsham Golf Club, in identifying a clear need to future-proof the iconic course, has drawn up plans that include rekindling strong connections between the club and community. The club, which needs to improve its financial position to secure longevity, needs community support to drive up membership and is introducing a variety of changes to get more people involved. Club president Leo Delahunty said Horsham Golf Course was ‘one of the jewels in Horsham’s crown’ and there was a desperate need for a broader cross-section of people to

have a greater level of ‘ownership’ of the asset. “Some people, over time, for one reason or another, seem to have lost touch with their connection to what remains one of the best country courses in Australia,” he said. “Sure the course and club underwent considerable transformation during and after the Black Saturday fires, but we’ve long moved on and it is time to well and truly put that in the past. “We have leading national golfers visiting now who are saying the course is better than ever. “We want to get out a profound message, something that is clearly obvious in the club’s new strategic plan, that this wonderful facility exists not for a select few, but for people of Horsham district and the Wimmera in general to use and enjoy.” Mr Delahunty said concerns about the club’s future in the past few years

had been far from a secret, but with a new ‘energised’ management board and clearly defined strategic plan the club was now moving away from what had become a potentially dangerous position. “What we need is more members, people to come back out and use what the course is there for – to play golf, and critically, enjoy themselves,’ he said. “It’s not only a great course but somewhere to relax and have a lot of fun.” The club has a membership of about 600, a number the club believes is far from enough to maintain the high-level type of golfing experience it provides. It has also identified an under-representation of members in the ‘timepoor’ under-54 age bracket. “We basically need a membership base of more than 750 and we’re confident with the direction we’re taking

we can achieve this during the next three years,” Mr Delahunty said. “We’ve introduced more flexibility in membership options and are open to exploring ideas that individuals, clubs, businesses or other organisations are willing to bring to us.”

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While a full 2018-19 annual membership remains at $950, an example of the new flexibility is an introductory membership with an annual fee of $595, representing an opportunity for a newcomer or previous members to play at the course for $50 a month. The club is also offering monthly payment options, where people can pay to pursue their pastime in installments. “There are several options, especially for the time-poor group,” he said. “The new options are available right now and we encourage people keen to

Book lovers support chaplaincy program Horsham College Chaplaincy Committee’s biannual book fair will return to Ian Maroske Hall this week. Hundreds of books and magazines will be up for grabs on Friday and Saturday, with proceeds going towards funding the college’s two chaplains. The chaplaincy committee raises $32,000 each year for chaplain salaries and programs at Horsham College. Chaplaincy committee chairwoman Yolande Grosser said there were hundreds of new and secondhand books for purchase. “We have such a wide range of material. There are special and rare books but also the latest cooking magazines,” she said. “This year we have a large range of children’s books. “It will be a lovely community event that will allow people to afford really nice books that they might not be able to afford otherwise.” Books for the fair are donated by people from across the Wimmera. “It’s so incredible, the books people have,” Mrs Grosser said. She said the committee was looking for new members to help continue fundraising. “We would love new members, they don’t have to have students at the school,” she said.

FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKS: Horsham College Chaplaincy committee chairwoman Yolande Grosser, left, with chaplains Kate Polack and Greg McKinnon, prepare for the book fair.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER “The chaplains are so important because they provide students with a person to work with who isn’t a teacher or parent. “This relationship is really valuable for some students.” The chaplains are running a ‘shine and strength’ program

for year seven and eight students focusing on skills and strengths. An onsite café run by students will provide food at the fair. Money collected at the cafe funds a scholarship, given to a student at the college and aimed

to encourage and motivate. The fair will run from noon to 9pm on Friday and 9am to noon, Saturday. Children’s books and magazines cost 50 cents, with all other books $1.  – Charlotte Hilbig

experience what the course offers to find out what best suits them.” Mr Delahunty said key parts of the strategic plan were to put a highly qualified manager in place, build membership, outsource catering services, integrate a pro shop into the clubhouse to improve customer experience and sell land to meet debt-payment requirements. The club has already confirmed it has appointed Hong Kong Professional Golfers Association board member Paul Riley as its new general manager and director of golf. “We’re on the right track. What we now need is people to get the clubs out and come and experience what we have to offer,” Mr Delahunty said. “People keen to find out more can simply call the club or chat with members.”

Drone trial Aerial drones are becoming a familiar sight as individuals, businesses, government departments and organisations tap into the technology and benefits they offer. Wimmera Catchment Management Authority is among this group and has started a ground-breaking trial into the use of drones in Horsham to test the potential of the technology to improve emergency-response planning for floods. Drones will fly over residential streets along the Wimmera River in a test to see whether they can increase the amount of up-to-date information compared with traditional survey methods. The drones will also capture accurate and detailed topographic data. Wimmera CMA floodplain management team leader Paul Fennell said the drones could capture accurate three-dimensional detail to a quality never considered possible. “Drone technology is becoming more and more sophisticated, which opens up a vast range of possibilities in many fields including emergency response,” he said. “Historically we have used surveyors to capture floor-level information for flood planning which can be laborious, time-consuming and a significant cost. This particular technology records data we can view similar to Google street view, but the key difference is that we can measure the height of all points that we can see.” Mr Fennell said the CMA was keen to test the accuracy of the drone’s altitude measurement and topography data. “We are looking forward to seeing if this is a more effective way to capture floor-level information along with the topography of a particular area. We will then ascertain if we can use these drones for data that we can easily overlay onto flood maps, which will then help us plan more effectively for future flood events,” he said. Mr Fennell said the CMA and the firm undertaking the flights had worked with Horsham Rural City Council and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority for the trial. He said anyone seeking information about the trial could call him on 5382 1544.

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Participation friendly visitor volunteers John and Sandra Bamkin get a lot out of their role and believe it is a two way street.

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f you have considered volunteering, would like to know more about an organisation, or would enjoy sharing morning tea with your fellow volunteers, then National Volunteer Week from May 21 to 27 is for you. Volunteering organisations across the Wimmera-Mallee will throw open their doors for a series of ‘drop in’ events, with the week to also be punctuated by morning teas, a barbecue and volunteer information sessions, and even a mini expo, in keeping with the 2018 theme of ‘Give a little. Change a lot’. Kicking off the week on the Monday, Wimmera Regional Sports Assembly and Centre for Participation will host drop in sessions, aimed at opening the organisations’ doors to their communities and highlighting how vital volunteering is to their success. Tuesday will see Horsham Town Hall play host to a mini expo and morning tea, while Harrow’s Bay Riders Community Centre will host a community celebration morning tea. At Warracknabeal on Wednesday, existing and potential volunteers can drop in to Warracknabeal Neighbourhood House and Learning Centre, which will host a barbecue. In Horsham, Wimmera Health Care Group will host a drop in, and St Arnaud a ‘thank you’ morning tea in the Perry Room at the town hall. Guests will be welcomed to a function celebrating volunteers at Stawell’s Powerhouse on Thursday evening, with a light supper provided, while Friday will see the WRSA open its doors for a second drop-in session and West Wimmera Shire host a community morning tea at Edenhope’s Red Tail Gallery. Centre for Participation volunteering resources program officer Michelle Pitman said the organisation was thrilled to promote and encourage volunteers and members of the public to attend events celebrating National Volunteer Week. “It is an annual celebration recognising the generous contribution of volunteers from across Australia and beyond,” she said. “And the 2018 theme of ‘Give a little. Change a lot’ simply expresses just how the generous contributions of volunteers can add up to have a big, and positive, impact.” Ms Pitman described the variety of volunteering available across the Wimmera as staggering. “So many people tell us that, without the work of their volunteers, their community simply wouldn’t function,” she said. “We encourage volunteers to attend these events and, if you would like to give a little but change a lot as a volunteer, we can help find the right opportunity for you. Give us a call on 03 5382 5607”. Centre for Participation chief executive Julie Pettett said volunteers were making a difference in every shire, town and community and they were making an impact by using their skills, experience and passion for a person, a place, an organisation or our environment. “They vote for what they believe is important by giving their time and skills, and are they are absolutely worth their weight in gold,” she said. “We thank volunteers for their contribution every day, however, this National Volunteer Week I’d especially like everyone to thank volunteers by joining in an event that celebrates the volunteering. “To our volunteers, on behalf of the Centre for Participation, I would like to say a personal thank you for all you do... we couldn’t make a difference without you!” Page

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MOVING to Horsham ‘temporarily’ in 2009, John and Sandra Bamkin thought they’d volunteer ‘while we’re here’. Nine years on the couple could have never imagined the amazing impact their friendly visiting would have or the ongoing friendships they would develop. No strangers to volunteering, having given their time to various roles throughout the course of many decades, the couple spent 22 years travelling Australia in their bus and gaining amazing life experiences, before moving to Horsham when John was given the chance to study IT. Joining the former Wimmera HUB, Sandra was involved in taking clients shopping while John volunteered as a driver, with their roles later evolving to friendly visiting; something the couple’s impressive background as counsellors no doubt benefits. And, aged a spritely 73 and 76 respectively, Sandra and John simply refuse to utter the ‘R’ word…retirement. “We have a laugh when people say they’re retired as we refuse to use that word; we have so much still to offer,” Sandra said. “Volunteering as friendly visitors is a lot of fun and we have developed strong rapport and friendships with the people we visit.” John agreed. “Plus, we get a lot out of knowing we can still be of use to the community, we like keeping active, and get to meet lots of nice people and have fun,” he said.

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If their counselling background was not impressive enough, the couple are also trained in IT, management, natural therapies, massage and training, and, during their travels, spent time living and working with Aboriginal communities.

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Visiting a client who was shy, closed off and did not engage with them to the point he initially refused to let them enter his home, the couple worked on the man’s engagement skills and are proud to now consider the client a friend who has most definitely come out of his shell since they met.

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“We’ve developed such a good friendship with this client, who loves going for coffee and drives, and even asked whether he could spend his birthday with us,” Sandra said. “We used to run meditation classes and brought him along. This helped him get out of the house and meet new people. Prior to our friendly visiting there is no way he would have ever done that.” Citing another of their clients who has some health issues and is socially isolated, the couple said the client was very happy to see them. Centre for Participation volunteer engagement officer Bren Gilmore said “John and Sandra’s results with our clients are just amazing.” “Exceptionally friendly and positive, the couple even have an open door policy at their home, offering young people a safe place to come for a meal or chat.” she said.

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Friday, May 25 10.30am: West Wimmera Shire Celebrating Volunteers Community Morning Tea Red Tail Gallery 50 Elizabeth St, Edenhope RSVP: 5585 9900

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John and Sandra said they had nothing but praise for the Centre for Participation in their management and encouragement of volunteers. “They go out of their way to ensure clients are matched with a suitable volunteer and, as a result, volunteers can be with the same client for a considerable time,” John Said Encouraging others to give volunteering a go, John said “If people have knowledge and skills they can share with others, self-worth and self-realisation can be a two way street.” www.theweeklyadvertiser.com.au

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s humans we operate on so many different wavelengths.

One of our great strengths, which is perhaps also one of our great weaknesses, is that we’re all so different. It is what makes us, as a mob, both highly adaptable and highly vulnerable and ultimately the quintessential success story of the Animal Kingdom. Some of us are reminded every day of how different we all are, what pushes our buttons, what makes us tick, what motivates us and what captures our interest – often based on simple but personal sensibility. What might seem an obvious area of interest to one might attract everything from ambivalence, mirth or confusion to scorn from others. Some of us are guilty of being that weirdo. You know, the one who makes a big deal of knowing the Latin names of plants and animals and wonders why others don’t, the motor head who won’t rest until they see their reflection in the chrome on their

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hubcaps, the nutcase angler who obsesses about ‘the big one’. And so on and so on! The truth is that we are so different from each other that this difference, instead of creating divisions, can act like a magnetic lure and draw people closer together in healthy solidarity. When this happens, previously unseen possibilities suddenly become obvious and the world, as the old saying goes, becomes our oyster. For whatever reason, we’ve forever raged against this machine and at times reverted back to a chicken-coop mentality and attacked the curious minority or individual. History bluntly tells us that this has never worked. In the Wimmera, one of the most curious

descriptions of people in the region is ‘conservative’, which for me at least has always been misnomer. Political agendas tell us we live in a conservative heartland. If that means we’re part of collective society protecting ideals based on progress, security and stability, then fair enough. But if it means being unmoving, lacking imagination, insular, and critically, protective of the boring norm, I haven’t seen it my lifetime. In fact, most people I’ve known, perhaps stimulated by boredom, have all been more than slightly edgy in what they do and how they think. Yes, that means you and me – we’re all weirdos! And in a political contradiction some of us stick out like sore thumbs in the endless sea of ‘sensible’ black clothing that proliferates the streets of metropolitan Melbourne – the supposed home of the non-conservative. To use a good old Australian idiom, it might be time for all of us to have a good hard look at ourselves.

Apex project on track Horsham’s Apex Adventure Island pump track is in its final weeks of construction. Apex club vice-president Ben Consedine said the pump track would ‘hopefully’ be ready for opening in the next few weeks. “Apex has assembled the track and are just waiting on council engineers to sign off on the assemblage,” he said. “Access areas and entry ramps around the track still need to be added – the weather is playing a part in when we can construct these. Once all that’s done it will be ready for opening.” Mr Consedine said finishing the pump track had been the club’s main focus and it would soon turn its attention to planning stage two. “There are a lot of future works to come, including walking tracks, landscaping and seating areas, but these are still in the planning stages,” he said. Apex club member Philipp Missbach, who has been involved in the construction of the track, said the upgrade included multiple stages. “Where the pump track is will just be one area, work will start on other areas too,” he said. “Adventure Island should be accessible for all ages and families.”  – Charlotte Hilbig

13th Biggest Morning Tea Laharum-Wartook community will host its 13th Biggest Morning Tea next week to raise money for cancer services. The event will be in Laharum Hall on May 24 at 10.30am. Wimmera Health Care Group nurse practitioner candidate for stroke and older persons Jarrod Hunter will be guest speaker. Laharum’s ‘Local Vocal’ group will provide entertainment. A ‘bring and buy’ stall will raise money for Rachael’s Wish fundraising appeal for the Wimmera Cancer Centre. Entry to the event costs $15 a head, which will help Cancer Council save lives through the prevention, early detection and treatment of cancer. Raffle tickets for ‘great prizes’ will also be available. People who wish to attend should RSVP to Liz Hopkins on 5383 8207 or 0427 838 207 by Monday for catering purposes.

ALL OFFICIAL: From left, Wimmera Filipino Australian Club vice-president Donald Gragasin, president Marivic Vix and secretary Maria Janeth Rebarbas at the club’s inauguration. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Wimmera Filipino group formalised A Wimmera Filipino Australian Club has undergone an official inauguration at Horsham’s Ss Michael and John’s Parish Centre. Under the leadership of club president Marivic Vix, the organisation creates an opportunity for people of all ages who

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have come from the Philippines to meet and socialise. Saturday’s meeting featured music, dance and songs from Wimmera Filipino-Australians. Committee members were sworn in and Emily Telfer, from Wimmera Develop-

ment Association and Cr Mark Radford from Horsham Rural City Council were speakers and handed out various awards. The club has a membership of more than 150, with members from across the Wimmera including Donald, Stawell, Nhill, Warracknabeal and Horsham.

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Submissions open for Draft Budget, Council Plan and Rating Strategy At a Special Council Meeting held on Tuesday, May 8, Ararat Rural City Council resolved to prepare a Budget for the financial year commencing July 1, 2018. In accordance with the Local Government Act 1989 the Council also placed its Revised Draft Council Plan 2017-2021 on public exhibition. A review of the Rating Strategy has also been undertaken by Council. The Strategy has been updated and is now being exhibited in draft form for community comment. Written submissions from the community are welcomed for all three documents through until 5.15pm on Friday, June 8, 2018. Any person wishing to make a submission on a proposal contained within the Budget, Council Plan or Rating Strategy must do so in writing addressed to Chief Executive Officer, Ararat Rural City Council, PO Box 246, Ararat 3377. In reaching Tuesday’s resolution, Council was briefed on the outcomes of the Rating Strategy Advisory Group (RSAG) and Citizen Jury process, together with the recommendations made by each group. Council voted in favour of a proposal of a nil rate rise for 2018/19. CEO Allan Bawden said Council was also provided with modelling, based on a number of the options generated by RSAG and the Jury. “The RSAG group put forward four options for the jury to consider. The jury built on the work of Rating Strategy Advisory Group in arriving at its recommendations,” he said. Since the Jury weekend, Council has received the unaudited 2018 valuation from the Valuer General. “This indicates movements in valuations across land classes of Residential (4%), Commercial (10%), Industrial (9%) and Farming (25%) over the past two years. “The rating strategy proposed for consideration by the Council reflects the work of RSAG and the Jury with some variations.

“The major differences are around the level of the municipal charge, rebates and some changes to the differential rates to reflect the new valuation figures.” If the Draft Budget is accepted by Council in its current form during Council’s Special Council Meeting on June 26, the following changes will come into effect: a) The Total Municipal Rate revenue will not increase in the 2018/2019 Budget. b) To ensure stability and the equitable imposition of rates, the following Differential percentages will apply to the 2018/19, 2019/20 and 2020/21 rating years: •

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Commercial/Industrial 125% of General

Farm 55% of General

Note: The Commercial land classification and the Industrial land classification will henceforth be treated as the Commercial/Industrial land classification. c) The cost of kerbside recycling bin collections will increase by $35 per bin to offset the increased cost of recycling following China’s recent ban on accepting these materials from Australia. d) The cost of kerbside waste collections and various other fees and charges will be increased to reflect CPI increases, statutory price increases and Council’s pricing policy to recover costs via user-pays principles, where appropriate. e) Council will no longer provide a rebate for eligible concession card holders (was $92 in 2017/18). f) Commencing with the 2019/2020 Budget, farmers who wish to receive the farm rate will need to supply Council with a statutory declaration to certify that the Australian Taxation Office currently recognises their primary producer status. This proposal allows sufficient time for all farmers to submit their declarations, and if no declaration is provided then the land will revert to the General Land classification (i.e. 100%). Anyone wishing to speak to their written submission, can do so at the Special Council Meeting on June 12.

Volunteer Week 2018 celebrations

“This is a fantastic opportunity to say thank you to those members who are the lifeblood of our

“Curtains” A Murder Mystery Musical Comedy Stawell Entertainment Centre 26 May - 3 June 2018 7pm - 10:30pm Pomonal Village Market Pomonal Hall 27 May 2018 10am - 2pm Water with the Light Quartet Holy Trinity Church, Ararat 2 June 2018 2pm Ararat Trash ‘N’ Treasure Market Alexandra Hall, Ararat 10 June 2018 10am - 2pm Grampians Pyrenees Leading Change Dinner - Guest Speaker Rosie Batty Seppelt Winery 13 June 2018 6:30pm Marian College Colour Run 2018 Ararat West Primary School 17 June 2018 10am - 12pm Ararat Live - Gallie The Red Room 20 June 2018 8pm

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To be held on Monday, May 21 from 6pm to 7.30pm at the Alexandra Oval Community Centre, the event will provide an opportunity to celebrate and thank the many people in our municipality who participate in a volunteering capacity both formal and informal.

“We would like to recognise people who take part in any form of volunteering in our community,” Cr Allgood said.

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Ararat Rural City Council will be hosting a celebration night to mark Volunteers Week 2018.

Ararat Rural City Council Deputy Mayor, Cr Gwenda Allgood said without the valuable work of local helpers, many of our services, events and recreational activities would not be able to function.

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community and to let them know how much they are appreciated.” To attend the Volunteer Week celebration event on May 21, contact Council on 5355 0200 with the names of those who will be attending, by Wednesday, May 16. A light supper will be provided.

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pera house yabby nets will be banned in private as well as public waters in Victoria from the middle of next year.

The State Government will introduce the ban from July 1, 2019 in reforms designed to protect vulnerable native animals such as platypuses, turtles and ‘rakali’ water rats. Opera house nets provide no escape opportunities for non-target aquatic animals as well as yabbies and are responsible for the drowning deaths of protected species every year. The use or possession of opera house nets in, on or next to all Victorian public waters has long been prohibited. But the use of a maximum of three of

the nets in private inland waters such as farm dams had previously been permitted. Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford said with open-top lift nets now more readily available the government would phase out opera house nets in Victoria. She said many yabby enthusiasts had been buying opera house nets to target yabbies, unaware they could not be used in public waters in Victoria. “Open-top lift nets can be used in both public and private waters and are proven to be effective yabby catchers,” she said. “As part of the changes, a one-forone trade-in is planned, whereby anglers can trade in their old opera house nets for free open-top lift nets.”

Ms Pulford said trials had indicated that wildlife-friendly gear such as open-top lift nets and common hoop nets could actually catch more yabbies than opera house nets. “Opera house nets have been placing our platypus population at risk, so it’s time for us to embrace different fishing gear that will catch just as many yabbies without impacting our precious wildlife,” she said. “When these alternative nets are set for one hour, lifted and reset, they can catch a lot of yabbies.” Victorian Fisheries Authority will work with the fishing tackle sector, anglers and environmental groups on an awareness campaign around wildlife-friendly yabby gear leading up

HOPE: Jacci Pirouet is among the ‘one in eight’ women diagnosed with breast cancer by the age of 85. She is pictured at the Mother’s Day Classic with her support team, from left, Don Pirouet, Alisha Cameron, Chris King and dog Marley. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Building for milestone event Horsham Mother’s Day Classic organisers are looking forward to next year’s milestone 10th anniversary event following a successful classic on Sunday. Committee member Jackie Exell said this year’s classic, at Sawyer Park, was well attended by an enthusiastic crowd. Participants had the option of a four-kilometre walk or an eight-kilometre run. “We don’t have final numbers yet but our guesstimate is that there were about 450 registered. We still have to add the on-the-day registrations to the total,” Ms Exell said. “We won’t have the total fundraising figure for a while but I think it was a really successful day.” Ms Exell said a highlight of the morning was a ‘one in eight’ presentation, following on from the committee’s Horsham-specific social media campaign. “On our Facebook page we ran a series of posts using local people to show how breast cancer

affects one in eight women by the age of 85,” she said. “On the day we presented posters to all the ladies featured in our one-in-eight campaign. After that we had the bagpipes play and took a moment to think about those who are undergoing treatment and those whose lives have been lost. “That local spin on a national campaign was very successful and it was a special moment on the day. We got a lot of positive feedback about it.” She said another highlight included Horsham Primary School’s signing choir accompanying Planet Feelgood’s Lisa Cosson for the warm up. “They signed to one of the warm-up songs, which was a nice touch,” she said. Ward Concreting won the MIXX FM Workplace Shield for the business with the highest number of entrants. The business will receive an advertising package courtesy of MIXX FM, 3WM and The Weekly Advertiser.  – Sarah Scully

to July 1 next year. Yabbying is a popular summer pastime across the Wimmera-Mallee and strict possession limits and other rules apply to the capture and keeping of the freshwater crayfish. A possession limit in, on, or next to Victorian waters is 20 litres of whole yabbies or 150 whole yabbies or five litres of yabby meat in any form and not exceeding 150 tails. Anywhere else in Victoria, yabbiers must not possess more than 60 litres of whole yabbies or more than 400 whole yabbies or more than 10 litres of yabby meat, other than the whole yabby, and not exceeding 400 tails. Net limits and other rules also apply.

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Council adopts stance on trial

THIRTY YEARS ON: Horsham Spinners and Weavers, from left, Gill Venn, Irene Sallmann, Rosemary Kingsmill, Faye Carine, Christine Osuchowski, Jenn Robinson, Rhonda Tursi, Glenniss Bothe, Joan Nester, Betty Le Plastrier and Gay Wilmot with the bicentennial tapestry. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

Bicentennial tapestry finds new home Horsham Spinners and Weavers will soon see their Bicentennial Mural Tapestry on display in Horsham Town Hall.

The tapestry, an historic depiction of Horsham’s business centre, is the result of 2050 hours of weaving and includes 49 shades of grey and white wool. It was previously on display at Horsham Civic Centre. Horsham Regional Art Gallery director Adam Harding said the town hall was a

more appropriate home for the tapestry. “The town hall is a much more communityvisited centre and a much better place for it to be viewed and hung,” he said. Spinners and weavers secretary Trish Venn said the tapestry needed care and people need an opportunity to appreciate the artwork. “It’s 30 years since it was finished so it’s important for it to be hung and protected,” she said. “It should be seen and appreciated after all the work that has gone into it.”

Spinners and weavers created the tapestry in 1988 to celebrate Australia’s bicentenary and presented it to the Horsham community. Spinners and weavers member Irene Sallmann said the tapestry was a result of people working together. “It’s got quite a history,” she said. “We were doing what we liked doing and we learnt a lot from other people, that’s what’s good.” – Charlotte Hilbig

Northern Grampians Shire Council leaders have decided against endorsing a proposed 70kmh speed-limit trial on the municipality’s gravel roads. Mayor Tony Driscoll said the council’s decision followed an extensive community consultation period. “Councillors are elected to represent the best interests of our community, and in the council’s eyes, the impact upon our ratepayers would simply be too great for us to endorse any trial on our local roads,” he said. “Throughout this process, we have maintained that our judgment would be guided by the voice of our community, and what we have heard, almost overwhelmingly, is that our community does not want to see this trial take place on our roads. “As the elected representatives of the community, it would be irresponsible for council to adopt any other position. We have said time and time again that this is a council committed to consulting and engaging with community and that consultation process has led us to this decision.” Cr Driscoll said while the council would not formally endorse the proposed trial, it would support other means of increasing road safety. “We are happy to continue to work closely with Victoria Police and other State Government entities to decrease the rate of injuries and deaths on our roads, and we are open to any discussions or approaches around how we achieve those goals,” he said.

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lanning for an annual Western Victorian Careers Expo at Longerenong is well underway in preparation for another big event in June.

Expo project officer Annie Mintern said there had been a terrific response from exhibitors and attendees planning to be part of the June 26 event, which this year has an emergency services theme. “The Western Victorian Careers Expo aims to bring together in one place, a broad range of exhibitors, offering the 2000-plus attendees an opportunity to gather information about many possible career options,” she said. Ms Mintern said this year’s expo included a site layout that accommodated a new emergency services hub. “We have changed things up a bit this year and have made a few changes to the layout of the site to incorporate an undercover area for emergency vehicles from Australian Defence Force, Ambulance Victoria, Victoria Police, Country Fire Authority, State Emergency Service, Parks Victoria and Forest Fire Management,” she said. Expo chairman Andrew Vague said the committee had also secured a special guest in former commando Damien Thomlinson, to promote the emergency services theme.

“We are very excited to have Damien as our special guest this year. He has an amazing story to tell about being in the armed forces, followed by several career changes due to an horrific accident,” he said. Mr Thomlinson is a veteran of the war in Afghanistan and former member of the elite 2nd Commando Regiment. Similar to many of his comrades in the armed forces, Mr Thomlinson qualifies as a war hero, but it is his achievements since leaving the forces that have inspired people around the world. Since returning to Australia he has become an acclaimed actor, aspiring paralympian, author and keynote speaker. Mr Thomlinson’s story of losing his legs in Afghanistan, then going on to appear in a film directed by Mel Gibson, and training for the winter Paralympics, is set to provide an inspiration for expo attendees. Mr Vague said it was not too late to apply for a site, however, with an influx of new exhibitors this year, advised that people should contact the committee as soon as possible. People seeking more information or to apply for a site can visit website, www.wimmeracareerexpo.com.

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Call for activity centre for aged L

ong-time Horsham resident and regional water-supply-history expert Bob McIlvena believes Horsham needs a new dedicated activities centre for the municipality’s elderly residents. Mr McIlvena has been in touch with regional media outlets, including The Weekly Advertiser, putting forward his case. Here is a letter outlining his point of view – SIR, – I am 83, a fifth-generation member of my family to have lived in Horsham district – the first being Robert McIlvena who arrived in 1854. I was employed in retail and public-service areas in Horsham before retirement in 1993. I have served in voluntary capacity as Horsham Historical Society president and am now entering my fourth year as president of Horsham University of the Third Age, U3A. At U3A we have 300 members aged between 60 and 90 and these members provide 115 separate classes a month. Our main operational areas are at the 139-yearold Horsham Railway Station where, due to limited space and building depreciation, we are forced to use other outside venues. This fragmentation of our classes adds to management difficulties to retain group unity and loyalty. While we pay specialist tutors, executive committee members and other tutors receive no remuneration. During my retirement I have become aware of the increase in the numbers of our older generation, their preference to remain in the general community and their desire to continue to participate in some form of activity, entertainment or educational endeavor. I am greatly concerned we are not doing enough to help them. I am concerned, that in

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my history there has been a distinct lack of any consistent improvement of any consequence in the provision of appropriate facilities for the Wimmera’s older generation. This is the generation that lived through wars, depressions, floods and droughts – the generation that contributed to the growth and prosperity of Horsham district who are now witness to facility improvements for younger age groups. I suggest there is already a hidden population of elders in our community suffering from minimal human contact and are unaware of available options to improve their lives. I have no doubt that if a person-centred facility with appropriate programs was available, the number of seniors attending various groups would double. I also suggest we should consider such a centre, with extensive surrounds and car parking, a priority project, and work to obtain government support. I am familiar with governance constraints authorities have to work with, but I believe there is an opportunity for Horsham to become a Victorian leader by proof of respect and caring for the seniors who contributed to the development of the town we enjoy today. Bob McIlvena Horsham

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immera development leaders are closely following national research into how best to use tonnes of dead carp and potential of the biomass to promote regional investment.

They are aware the Wimmera River might be a release site for the potential release of a carpspecific virus and of an extensive fish-kill. Wimmera Development Association executive director Ralph Kenyon said the region, if confronted with a need to dispose of a mass of fish might have an opportunity to exploit the circumstance. He said considering tonnes of carp as a sustainable resource instead of costly landfill waste might open a new door for entrepreneurial activity. “There might be an opportunity for someone to take advantage of availability of carp to process the fish into fertiliser or some other product that might have saleable value,” he said. “It might be a case of volumes on whether it presents long or short-term opportunities and what processing might be required to turn the fish into a valuable resource. It might also represent a value-adding opportunity for existing operations. “If there is opportunity for this to happen we don’t want to waste it and this is why we’re interested in the research.”

National carp plan

Fisheries Research and Development Corporation is leading research into the use of Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 to control carp under the $15-million National Carp Control Plan, NCCP. The corporation will present the plan to the Federal Government at the end of this year and the government will then decide whether to pursue the use of the virus. Curtin University researchers are investigating ways to sustainably use the carp biomass that could result from a release of the virus. Their ‘Assessment of options for utilisation of virus-infected carp’ project involves laboratory-

Ararat Rural City Council has another vacancy to fill after the resignation of Darren Ford last week.

based processing trials, as well as commercialscale trials of ways to produce usable carp-based products including fertilisers, compost, and fishmeal and aquaculture food. Lead researcher Dr Janet Howieson, from the university’s School of Molecular and Life Sciences, said the objective was to provide the NCCP with a range of efficient, effective and appropriate uses for carp biomass. “The research is designed to deliver detailed cost-benefits analyses of the various carp-use processes being investigated including attention to harvest strategies, transport logistics and fish quality at various locations,” she said. “Identifying local solutions and a communitybased approach to using carp biomass is a key part of the project.”

Chief executive Allan Bawden said Mr Ford’s resignation was effective immediately. Mr Bawden said the council had advised Local Government Minister Marlene Kairouz and the Victorian Electoral Commission would have an election countback to fill the vacancy. It will be the third countback of votes to fill council positions since 2016 local government elections. Former mayors Glenda McLean and Paul Hooper are others to resign amid controversy during their terms. Mr Bawden said Mr Ford had cited a need to devote more time to family and his business as the key reason for his resignation. “I would like to thank Darren for his contribution as a councillor,” he said.

Commercial-scale trial

Researchers, in partnership with Goulburn Valley Water in Victoria, have completed a commercial-scale trial to separate two tonnes of dead carp into solids and liquids. The solids went to composting trials and the liquids to laboratory-based digestion trials that explored biogas production. Another 300 kilograms of whole carp went to a worm farm. This followed a similar trial at Port Lincoln, South Australia, which used enzyme hydrolysis to break down 10 tonnes of carp biomass into smaller peptides and amino acids that could be used for organic fertiliser or as an aquaculture or animal-feed ingredient. Dr Howieson said research also explored the feasibility of using carp waste as insect feed, specifically for the black soldier fly. “The black soldier fly produces larvae that can be used as high-quality aquaculture feed. Products from the insect larvae feeding trials will then be tested in fish-feeding trials to evaluate market opportunity,” she said. A large-scale composting trial involving a variety of composting methods involving carp biomass is also underway. 

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INVESTIGATION: Tonnes of noxious dead carp used in a Port Lincoln trial in South Australia. NCCP national coordinator Matt Barwick said identifying economically viable and productive uses for carp was an essential part of the NCCP’s clean-up strategy. “We know there are large volumes of carp in our waterways, so working out what to do with the carp biomass if bio control proceeds provides us with a measured approach to help inform NCCP recommendations and the subsequent decision-making process,” he said. “One of the most frequent comments at our community consultation sessions relate to how we can best use potential carp biomass. “We encourage the public to engage with the NCCP to share thoughts and opinions in relation to the impact of carp, the proposed methods for reducing carp numbers and possible options for carp biomass use.”

Money for events The State Government has unlocked the latest round of FReeZA grants to give young people in western Victoria the chance to design and host their own youth-oriented events. Labor Member for Western Victoria Jaala Pulford said grants of up to $73,500 were available for the programs. All events are drug, alcohol and smokefree and aimed at creating an opportunity for young people to come together and learn new skills in staging events. “FReeZA has been creating opportunities for young Victorians for more than two decades and creating some of the best events for young people we’ve seen,” Ms Pulford said. People can visit youthcentral.vic.gov.au/getinvolved to apply by June 15.

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Mother’s Day

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CLASSIC: Hundreds of people united for Horsham’s annual Mother’s Day Classic on Sunday. Above, the many walkers on the picturesque Wimmera River path; right, Nicole Isaacson, Brooklyn Fraser, Zachary Fraser, Drew Fraser and Katrina Fraser dress for the occasion; and below, five-year-old Ajiyah McDonald.

FUNDRAISER: Cancer Council Victoria’s Horsham unit members have hosted a successful Mother’s Day raffle fundraiser. Horsham unit member Dawn Hobbs said money collected at Horsham Plaza on Friday afternoon would go towards Cancer Council Victoria research. Mrs Hobbs said she was busy selling tickets on Friday. “The tickets were $2 each and we sold all 500, so we got $1000 from tickets,” she said. “I was also given donations from people visiting the plaza.” Horsham Plaza centre manager Allison Roberts drew the winning tickets. Horsham Patchwork Quilters donated a quilt for first prize, won by S. Bolwell. Second prize, an esky, went to Tyson Ballinger, Pam Hobbs won a wok and Mandy Muller took home a perfume gift pack. Pictured at the drawing of the raffle, from left, are Horsham Patchwork Quilters members Louise Guest and Faye Woodhart, Mrs Roberts and Mrs Hobbs. HAPPY AND RELAXED: Wimmera Hospice Care Auxiliary’s annual Mother’s Day lunch was again a success, with members raising about $3000 from the sold-out event. Auxiliary president Lea Crammond said a packed house in St Andrew’s Uniting Church hall enjoyed a three-course lunch and entertainment by singer Jenny Grover. “It was a beautiful day,” she said. “Everybody was very happy and relaxed – it went very well. I’m so proud of our auxiliary girls for all their effort, they worked very hard setting up the day before.” Mrs Crammond thanked St Brigid’s College students for helping to set up chairs and tables, along with Horsham College hospitality students for serving on the day. Pictured at the lunch are, from left, June Jelly, Lois Natt and students Meg Redford and Millie Kemp.

Weekly Wool Market Report

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The Australian Wool Market has exploded into unchartered territory in Week 45. Although overall losses were recorded in the previous sale, positive movement was experienced in the Western Region toward the end of the week. Buyer concern over securing quantity in coming weeks, combined with the weakening of the Australian dollar has helped continue this positive trend. These factors helped to create very strong buyer demand, the result was sharp upward movements. Despite the offering again consisting of a large percentage of lower yielding, lesser style lots, price increases were felt on all types and descriptions, across the entire merino spectrum. By the end of the week, wool was generally selling at levels 60 to 90 cents above those achieved at the previous sale. The Benchmark Eastern Market Indicator (EMI) rose by 55 cents, the largest weekly increase since February, it closed at 1,891 cents, easily surpassing the previous record of 1,847 cents set last month. The individual Micron Price Guides (MPGs) for 20.0, 21.0, 22.0 and 23.0 also set new records, beating their previous highs by over 40 cents. The skirting market followed the lead of the fleece, also managing strong gains for the week, generally 25 to 50 cents. The largest increases were in wool 18.0 micron and finer, or wool carrying less than 3.0% vegetable matter. The crossbreds had mixed results. 26.0 to 28.0 micron increased by 5 to 10 cents. Notably, this pushed the 26.0 micron MPG to a new high. 30.0 to 32.0 were par to 5 cents easier. A limited supply of oddments attracted excellent competition, pushing prices up by 20 to 40 cents, wool finer than 18.5 micron most affected. This was reflected in the three Merino Carding Indicators (MC) rising by an average of 26 cents. Next week quantities remain very similar, currently there are 37,496 bales rostered.

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Give a little, change a lot T

he National Volunteer Week theme for 2018 – Give a little, change a lot – gave me pause to reflect on these words and consider just how much a seemingly ‘small’ contribution can affect an organisation. Regular readers will be aware that I hold volunteers in high praise and celebrate their contribution all year round. However, National Volunteer Week, from May 21 to 27, is a perfect time to shine the spotlight on the contribution volunteer-involving organisations make within their communities. Last month I spoke about how volunteer service enhances an organisation, but have you ever wondered what the reverse effect is and what the volunteers get out of donating their time? Whether it’s the opportunity to learn a new skill or being given a chance to enjoy some new experiences, the list of pros for volunteering is a long one. And, while we all know that a desire to help others and a sense of personal satisfaction are among the reasons people choose to volunteer, did you know that some of the other benefits for the individual include positive mental and physical health, including lowered blood pressure?

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From the interactions with other volunteers, staff or service users, getting out of the home, or simply being kind and expecting nothing in return, the ‘feel good’ endorphins released when doing a job for the sole purpose of helping others have been proven to have a positive impact on mental health. Too often volunteers are incredibly bashful when it comes to their service being recognised, with most commenting that they’re ‘just doing their bit’. Yes, but your ‘bit’ added to the ‘bit’ other volunteers contribute makes a world of difference. So this National Volunteer Week I say thank-you to all volunteers, service users and volunteer-involving organisations. You all deserve a big pat on the back for your contribution and I look forward to catching up with you during the National Volunteer Week celebrations happening across the Wimmera-Mallee. Changing lives, strengthening communities. Julie Pettett is Centre for Participation chief executive

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The trio, comprising award-winning songwriter John Flanagan, double bass player Liz Frencham and virtuoso guitar and mandolin player Daniel Watkins, will perform for Ararat Live on May 23. Ararat Live’s Rob Shea said he was thrilled the trio had included Ararat on its eastern states tour promoting its latest

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Tehan expands on budget decisions M

ember for Wannon Dan Tehan has continued to outline what the federal budget means for his electorate.

He said the government was sticking to its plan ‘to build a stronger economy to benefit all Australians’. Here is what he said in further detail – We are delivering tax relief with a focus on low and middle-income earners, we are boosting infrastructure, investing in safety and responsibly returning the budget to balance. Under the government’s economic plan, jobs are being created, investment is rising, and the budget is strengthening. This means that we can continue to guarantee the essential services Australians rely on. Our plan will: • Deliver lower, fairer and simpler taxes to encourage and reward hardworking Australians; • Back businesses to invest and create more jobs, building on our legislated tax cuts for small and medium enterprise, supporting businesses to compete globally and delivering infrastructure that industry and workers rely on; • Guarantee the essential services that Australians rely on including record funding for hospitals and schools, a comprehensive approach to aged care so older Australians can live life to the full, and guaranteed funding for disability services; • Keep Australians safe by strengthening security at airports and investing more in our intelligence and security service so they can respond to new and challenging threats; and • Ensure the government lives within its means with a forecast return to modest budget balance in 2019-20, increasing to a projected surplus of $11 billion in 2020-21; no longer borrowing to pay for essential services; and the lowest average real growth in payments of any Government in the last 50 years. Our tax-relief plan will encourage and reward hardworking Australians. Wannon’s 48,982 taxpayers will benefit from the low and middleincome tax relief under our plan to reduce cost pressures on household budgets. There is great news for the 17,408 local businesses and farmers, with the $20,000 instant asset write-off continuing for another year, helping small business and farmers invest in new equipment.  This is on top of legislated tax cuts for small and medium businesses that are helping them grow, create more jobs and pay higher wages. The Turnbull government’s $75-billion rolling infrastructure plan will continue building the roads, rail and airport network Australia needs to strengthen the economy, bust congestion in our cities and make rural roads safer. The benefits of the Turnbull government’s infrastructure investment for the communities of Wannon include: • Better connecting our region with improved road and rail networks; • Confirms our commitment of $958 million in Federal funding for $1.4-billion of ongoing road and rail projects across Wannon, including: $25-million, Great Ocean Road upgrade; $20-million, Green Triangle Roads upgrades; 240-million, Murray Basin Freight Rail project; $20-million, Princes Highway West, Colac to the SA Border upgrade; $104-million, Warrnambool Rail upgrade; $25-million, Ararat bypass preconstruction; $25-million, Beaufort bypass preconstruction; $499-million, Western Highway, Ballarat to Stawell duplication;   • Confirms the ongoing commitment to help local government maintain and upgrade its local roads with $10.4-million allocated under the Roads to Recovery program; • Creates a $3.5-billion ‘Roads of Strategic Importance’ initiative for upgrading key freight routes – which will boost our regional communities by moving our freight efficiently to our ports and markets. Extending community grants programs that invest directly in economic and social infrastructure: • We’ve extended the Building Better Regions Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Dan Tehan Fund – which delivered 26,000 jobs and 250 projects in the first round – with an additional $200-million now available through a third round; and the Stronger Communities Program has been extended to a fourth round with an additional $22.5-million with $150,000 available in Wannon for projects that deliver social benefits. We are also guaranteeing the essential services that people in Wannon rely on, including: Keeping our local communities safe • An additional $30-million over two years to extend the Safer Communities Fund to provide grants for local security infrastructure including improving lighting and installing CCTV in local hotspots. Investing in your health • A Workforce Incentive Program will encourage 3000 doctors and 3000 nurses to our regional areas, including locations such as Heywood, Mortlake, Skipton and Portland; funding for Medicare has been guaranteed in legislation; and funding of the NDIS to provide Australians with a permanent and significant disability has been guaranteed. Promoting a healthy and active Australia • $29.7-million under the Community Sport Infrastructure program to fund improved sporting facilities around Australia, with infrastructure grants of $10,000 to $500,000 available; and expanding the Local Sporting Champions program, supporting Wannon youth participating in sporting competitions.  Supporting regional students with improved access to Youth Allowance: • From January 1, 2019, the parental income cut-off for the regional workforce self-supporting independence criteria will increase from $150,000 to $160,000; and the cut-off will also increase by $10,000 for each additional child in the family, recognising the extra costs of raising larger families.  Supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who need to travel away for education: • From January 1, 2019, the government will introduce safe-travel provisions for school students who undertake journeys using the ABSTUDY Fares Allowance; and from January 1, 2019, ABSTUDY Boarding Supplement will be integrated into the Living Allowance to create one common payment for boarding students.  We are guaranteeing the essential services Wannon families rely on, by increasing total health and hospitals funding by 30 percent; delivering a 50 percent average increase per student in fair, real needs-based school funding over the decade, and more child-care support to families who need it most. Our More Choices for a Longer Life plan will help older residents live healthy and connected lives with increased financial and skills support and 14,000 more home care places. Our plan for a stronger economy means that Australians can plan for their future with confidence. – Member for Wannon, Dan Tehan www.theweeklyadvertiser.com.au

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HAPPY WITH SERVICE: Brooke Carr and her son Ace.

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Physiotherapist Brooke Davies is passionate about women’s health and through an improvement program realised there was a gap of new mums and their babies not always being referred to physiotherapy in the first few months after birth. “We surveyed new mums to see where the gaps in the service were and where the gaps in knowledge were and the main issue was post discharge from hospital and follow-ups with physiotherapy,” she said. “So now, as part of discharge, new mums are booked in for our post-natal physiotherapy group which runs across two weeks. “The group has a focus on mums in one week and the babies in the second week. From this we can often pick up on any issues and concerns and one-on-one appointments can be made. This helps close the gap.”

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Brooke Carr and her son Ace, now 10 months old, participated in the program and Mrs Carr was impressed. “I was really happy with the classes, especially as I was able to ask a lot of questions,” she said. “I went when Ace was six weeks old and I was feeling fairly back to normal then after my caesarean section and asked about returning to high-intensity sport. I was told that starting with a lower-impact exercise regime would be beneficial as my body still needed time to recover. “If it weren’t for the program and being able to ask a professional those questions, I probably would have done things that weren’t great for my body in the long run. “I have recommended the class to other new mums I know and they have also been really happy with it.” Ms Davies said through the improvement program, the departments in Allied Health at Wimmera Health Care Group consolidated information from antenatal classes to ensure there was no double-up of information and more informative information sessions.

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Historic tour to raise money S

tawell Hospital Auxiliary will lead an Historic Homestead Tour in Stawell district later this month, offering patrons a chance to explore significant buildings in the area.

The tour will be on May 27 from 9.30am to 4.30pm and include Kirkella at Campbells Bridge, Sycamores at Concongella, North Woodlands at Tulkara and Oban, now Stawell RSL. Auxiliary chairwoman Merrilyne Middleton said the four homesteads involved in the tour went a long way in representing the history of the region. “We will be picked up by buses and toured around to the homesteads, one of which is now the Stawell RSL where we will have a two-course lunch,” she said. “One of the homes, Kirkella, is significant at a state level. The stables at this property were built in the 1890s and are in beautiful condition. There is also a timber cricket pavilion that was built at the same time where the Australian and English cricket teams were hosted several times between 1884 and 1907. “We imagine these two facts alone will appeal to horse lovers and cricket fans.” Ms Middleton said Sycamores was ‘gorgeous and of local significance’. “Its landscape has many plantings from the late 19th century. It was built by W. H. Osmond MLC, a mining magnate engaged in smelting who built the house as his headquarters where he planted an orange grove,” she said.

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HISTORY: Historic homesteads included in a Stawell Hospital Auxiliary Historic Homestead Tour include North Woodlands, above, and Kirkella, below. “North Woodlands Homestead in Tulkara was built about 1909 and still has many of its original features. “It is thought that the land upon which the home has been situated might have originally formed part of the larger Woodlands Homestead. “Oban was a private residence. It was the only real mansion built by any of the citizens made rich through gold in the 19th Century.” The auxiliary will donate money raised from the tour to Stawell Regional Health to buy a specialised fridge for its oncology unit. Tickets are available from Stawell Regional Health, Stawell Library and online at www.trybooking.com.

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Stella Young scholarship Young artists with a disability can apply for a helping hand courtesy of a new award honouring late Stawell disability activist, writer and comedian Stella Young. Young, born and raised in Stawell, died unexpectedly in December 2014. Access Arts Victoria has opened applications for the inaugural Stella Young Award, which recognises the power of the arts to influence social change. The award recognises young Australian artists with a disability, aged 16 to 30, who have demonstrated ‘significant impact or achievement in disability activism through their artistic practice in comedy, performing arts or screen culture’. The award honours Young’s achievements, particularly through her early work with Disability Media Australia on the program No Limits. The pioneering program challenged the representation of disability in Australian screen culture. The award emphasises Young’s resounding call to action around disability pride: You get proud by practicing. The annual $3000 award will support the professional development of young artists with a disability to help ensure the ‘next generation of activists who are driven by creativity and passion to transform our society’. The successful applicant must be a person with a disability, who is deaf, neurodiverse or has experienced mental health issues, is between the ages of 16 and 30 and is an Australian resident. People can visit www.artsaccess.com. au for more information or to apply by May 25.

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Regional arts group leaves legacy Six people made the most of an open day and public invitation to play Stawell Performing Arts Company’s grand piano last week.

Players performed pieces that included ragtime, show tunes, a sonata, some original creative pieces and even ‘Chopsticks’. Young attendees explored workings inside the instrument as well as enjoying a play. Organisers were pleased with the day and hope to make it an annual event. The piano transferred to the ownership of Stawell Performing Arts Company in 2017 as a part of the wind-up of Stawell Regional Arts. The open day provided an opportunity to complete the transfer of assets, with Stawell Regional Arts Committee president Wendy Melbourne and treasurer David Clarke presenting a final cheque for $4500. Stawell Performing Arts

GRAND: SPACi member Alanis Williams plays a tune on Stawell Performing Arts Company’s grand piano. Company president Dianne Stewart acknowledged the work of Stawell Regional Arts, expressing her gratitude for the gift of both the piano and mon-

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(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1.3.5.9 Lotto Numbers: 1.15.26.36.38.40 A very favourable time to start a new venture or career. A new idea you have worked out could become successful. Many could meet the right person and embark on a long and meaningful relationship.

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(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Sunday Racing Numbers: 6.5.2.3 Lotto Numbers: 6.12.25.40.32.33 Do not take your work problems with you, leave them where they belong. Many will take a new direction in life. Also a job offer in a completely new field is indicated.

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(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Red Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 4.6.2.3 Lotto Numbers: 4.12.26.36.35.2 You might need to be diplomatic and understanding in your domestic relationships to prevent fireworks. Everything will depend on maintaining harmony and most of what you were working towards will eventuate.

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Peach Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 4.6.5.8 Lotto Numbers: 4.12.26.29.8.33 Past efforts will now pay dividends. Some troubles at home could surface and there are a few changes to be made. A good period for real estate dealings.

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Yellow Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 4.6.8.5 Lotto Numbers: 4.6.5.2.19.36 Do not spend your hard earned money too freely. Many will get support from influential people to achieve their ideals. Many will get the recognition they have hoped to get from the people that really matter.

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(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Thursday Racing Numbers: 1.3.9.5 Lotto Numbers: 1.15.26.45.42.24 Be discreet about love affairs. You will get the support needed to get ahead in your career. Beware of so called friends who may be jealous of your success.

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Grey Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 4.6.2.5 Lotto Numbers: 2.13.26.25.45.40 Take the opportunities as they come along, this way much progress will be achieved during the next few weeks. Your partner could have a problem coping with your moods, try not to impose your views on others.

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Room to move Fresh looks and new tech in updated Hyundai iMax and iLoad van range

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yundai Motor Company Australia has updated its twomodel van range, the iMax people mover and the iLoad light-commercial van, with new looks and upgraded specification.

A new black bar grille now sits front and centre on both models, which is surrounded by a chrome lip trim and flanked by redesigned, automatic headlights. iMax models also gain a new front bumper with integrated foglights. The steering column for both iMax and iLoad now also feature a telescoping function in addition to height adjustment, while other interior upgrades extend to a new-look instru-

ment cluster with trip computer, a 7.0inch colour touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility, and fresh cloth upholstery. Hyundai’s people-mover line-up has also been consolidated with the removal of the six-speed manual iMax, replaced by a new five-speed automatic version, dubbed Active, that slices $300 from the price of entry, at $43,990 before on-roads. Powered by the same 2.5-litre CRDi turbo-diesel engine, the iMax Active develops 125kW of power at 3600rpm and maximum 441Nm of torque from 2000-2250rpm, while fuel economy is rated at 8.8 litres per 100km. In addition to the aforementioned

upgrades, the iMax Active also features four airbags, a reversing camera, rear parking sensors, 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, electric folding mirrors with integrated side indicators and a six-speaker sound system – the latter two being new additions to Hyundai’s people mover. Topping the new iMax range is the $48,490 Elite variant that has the same powertrain as the Active but adds more luxury with the inclusion of a beige leather interior, a two-tone dashboard, 17-inch alloy wheels, a fullsize spare wheel, an electro-chromatic rearview mirror, chrome bar grille inserts, heated front pews, a cooled driver’s seat and a dual sunroof. Meanwhile, the iLoad range – which

also uses the same 2.5-litre CRDi diesel engine – will kick off at $38,790 with the six-speed manual in liftback body style, moving up to $39,340 for the twin swing version, $40,790 for the crew van liftback and $41,340 for the crew van twin swing. Opting for the five-speed automatic version of each iLoad will add $3000 to the asking price but also nets buyers cruise control, while standard gear extends to four airbags, 16-inch steel wheels, a reversing camera on liftback versions, Bluetooth connectivity, front power windows and cruise control on automatic-equipped vehicles. Both models are available with metallic paint for an additional $695 and

qualify for Hyundai’s lifetime service plan pricing. For the first four months of the year, Hyundai’s iMax people mover has dropped 55.9 percent in sales, from 435 to 192 new registrations, placing it well off the pace of sub-$60,000 people-mover market leaders such as the Kia Carnival, 1962, Honda Odyssey, 653 and LDV G10 Wagon, 284. Hyundai’s iLoad has dropped 33.7 percent in sales so far in 2018, with 1413 sales to the end of April, enough for second place in the mid-size van segment behind the Toyota Hiace van with 2043 sales.  – Tung Nguyen

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ll versions of Kia’s Stinger performance sedan will now carry a five-star crash safety rating after the Korean car-maker added key safety gear to the 200S and 330S variants.

The two entry-level Stinger variants achieved a three-star rating from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program, ANCAP, in December last year because they were missing autonomous emergency braking and lane-keep assist. All other variants – the four-cylinder 200Si and GT-Line and V6-powered 330Si and GT – were awarded the maximum five stars at the time. The addition of AEB and lane-keep assist to the 200S and 330S to vehicles built from March 2018 has brought the two variants back in line with the rest of the Stinger line-up’s five-star rating. Kia has also added adaptive cruise control, driver attention alert and rainsensing wipers to the 200S and 330S, while at the same time increasing prices of both variants by $1000, to $46,990 plus on-road costs and $49,990 respectively. Kia Motors Australia chief operating officer Damien Meredith said the carmaker acted immediately to improve the Stinger 200S and 330S’s safety offering after it was made aware of

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Ahead of its full reveal last week at the annual GTI meeting in Worthersee, Austria, the GTI TCR was teased in sketch form, complete with a few performance details, such as its 264kmh top speed when the speed limiter is removed. This makes the GTI TCR at least 14kmh faster than any other existing GTI variant, as well as the R variants, which are electronically limited to 250kmh. When questioned by GoAuto if the GTI TCR, which is set to be launched internationally towards the end of this year, will make it into Australian showrooms, Volkswagen Group Australia general manager of communications Paul Pottinger said he would not rule it out. “We’ve got big plans for the remaining few years of the GTI 7.5 life cycle, and we’ll be making an announcement on those in the next couple of weeks,” he said. “So, we’re very interested in it. We’re interested in every version of the GTI from the inception of the current model – it’s an unfolding story. We’ve got a lot to say on that front.” Based on the Touring Car Racing racecar of the same name, the GTI TCR punches out 213kW of power from 5000 to 6800rpm and 370Nm of torque from 1600 to 4300rpm from its 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine. While its outputs are down 62kW and 50Nm on the racecar’s figures, the GTI TCR matches the Australian-market 380Nm Golf R’s peak power and 180kW GTI Performance Edition 1’s maximum torque figures. Furthermore, the GTI TCR will match the peak power of the retired GTI 40 Years – otherwise known as the GTI Clubsport S overseas – but Wednesday, May 16, 2018

fall 10Nm short of its maximum torque. The latter achieved these outputs when on overboost and was restricted to 500 examples when it hit Australian shores in July 2016. Its non-overboost peak outputs were 195kW and 350Nm. The front-wheel-drive GTI TCR will be available in five-door form with a standard sevenspeed DSG dual-clutch automatic transmission and front-axle differential lock, which ‘are responsible for power transmission and excellent traction’, according to the German car-maker. The four teaser sketches indicate the GTI TCR will adopt a more aggressive bodykit, including a motorsport-inspired rear diffuser, plus newlook alloy wheels and a lowered ride height. Mr Pottinger added the recently-announced GTI Performance Edition 2 remains on track for a limited-run release later this year. “A 180kW GTI, in one form or another, with seven-speed DSG and a mechanical differential – that’s absolutely on the cards,” he said. “I can tell you it won’t be a three-door, but our plans for that and the extent of that car may well be greater than we originally envisaged.” The three-door GTI Performance Edition 1 was priced from $47,990 before on-road costs when it launched in August last year, with the GTI Performance Edition 2 expected to wear a similar pricetag when it arrives in Australia. Sales of the Golf have improved considerably this year, with 6211 examples sold to the end of April, representing a 19.1 percent increase over the 5214 deliveries made during the same period in 2017. This effort places the Volkswagen fourth in the sub-$40,000 small-car segment this year, trailing the Toyota Corolla with 12,243 units, Mazda3, 11,117, and Hyundai i30, 8654, but ahead of Kia Cerato, 5904 and Honda Civic, 4966, among others.  – Justin Hilliard

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ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Cheers (PG) 9:00 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harry’s Practice

6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Dawson’s GO! Creek (PG) 2:00 Uncle Grandpa (PG) 2:30 Yo-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (PG) 3:00 Pokemon 3:30 Nexo Knights (PG) 4:00 Teen Titans (PG) 4:30 Ben 10: Alien Force (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 5:30 Regular Show (PG) 6:00 Friends (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Robot Wars (PG) 8:30 Survivor: Ghost Island (PG) 9:30 Movie: “American Ultra” (MA15+) (’15) Stars: Kristen Stewart 11:30 WWE Raw (MA15+) 12:30 Friends (PG) 1:30 Regular Show (PG) 2:00 Adventure Time (PG) 2:30 Pokemon 3:00 Ben 10: Omniverse (PG)

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7:00 Get Arty 7:30 Kitty Is Not A Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 Auction Squad 10:30 TBA 11:30 NBC Today 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 Father Brown: The Maddest Of All (M v) 8:30 Murdoch Mysteries: Victoria Cross / Twisted Sisters (M v) 11:30 Bargain Hunt 12:30 Psychic TV (M) 3:30 Harry’s Practice 4:00 Million Dollar Minute

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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: “The Grace Card” (M v) (’10) Stars: Michael Joiner, Michael Higgenbottom 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: “Miss Congeniality 2: Armed And Fabulous” (M v) (’05) Stars: Sandra Bullock 11:00 The Closer: Next Of Kin (Part 1) (M) [s] 12:00 The Closer: Next Of Kin (Part 2) (M) [s] 12:50 9Honey Presents: Should Parents Of Bullies Be Fined? (PG) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Filthy Rich (M v,l) [s] 3:00 The Avengers: You Have Just Been Murdered (PG) [s] 4:00 Global Shop 4:30 The Baron (PG) [s]

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Formula 1 Spanish 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harry’s Practice

6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Dawson’s GO! Creek (PG) 2:00 Uncle Grandpa (PG) 2:30 Yo-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (PG) 3:00 Pokemon 3:30 Nexo Knights (PG) 4:00 Teen Titans (PG) 4:30 Ben 10: Alien Force (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Movie: “The Addams Family” (PG) (’91) Stars: Anjelica Huston 8:30 Movie: “The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies” (M) (’14) Stars: Ian McKellen 11:20 WWE Smackdown (MA15+) 12:20 Total Divas (M v,l) 1:20 WWE Slam City (PG) 1:30 Regular Show (PG) 2:00 Adventure Time (PG)2:30 Pokemon

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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 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 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 The Graham Norton Show (M) [s] – Guests this week: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, David Beckham, Joan Armatrading. 9:30 TBA 10:30 TBA 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

Grand Prix Highlights 9:00 Star Trek: Voyager (PG) 10:00 Healthy Homes Australia 10:30 Bondi Rescue (PG) 11:00 Cheers (PG) 12:00 Attenborough’s Planet Earth (PG) 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Matlock (M v) 3:00 Diagnosis Murder (PG) 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager (PG) 6:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) 6:30 MacGyver (PG) 7:30 Walker, Texas Ranger (M v) 11:30 NCIS: Los Angeles (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 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Will & Grace (PG) 8:00 TBA 8:30 Movie: “You Again” (PG) (’10) Stars: Kristen Bell 10:40 100% Hotter (PG) 11:40 The Late Late Show (M) 12:40 Dr Quinn Medicine Woman (PG) 1:35 The King Of Queens (PG)

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

7:00 Get Arty 7:30 Kitty Is Not A Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 House Calls To The Rescue 10:30 House Of Wellness (PG) 11:30 NBC Today 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 House Calls To The Rescue 4:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 5:00 Medical Emergency (PG) 5:30 Escape To The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Better Homes And Gardens 8:30 Harry And Meghan: Royal Rebels (PG) 9:30 Movie: “The Queen” (M l) (’06) Stars: Helen Mirren 11:45 Building The Dream

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction (PG) 7:30 Hook Line And Sinker (PG) 8:30 Big Angry Fish (PG) 10:30 Swamp Men (PG) 11:30 Pro Bull Riding: Australia 2:00 400 Thunder 3:00 Swamp Men (PG) 4:00 Mythbusters (PG) 6:00 Mythbusters (PG) 7:00 Friday Night Countdown 7:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 9:00 Movie: “Underworld Evolution” (MA15+) (’06) Stars: Bill Nighy, Brian Steele, Derek Jacobi, Kate Beckinsale, Michael Sheen, Zita Gorog 11:10 Family Guy (M) 12:10 Ink Master (M) 2:00 Big Angry Fish (PG) 5:00 Swamp Men (PG)

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CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS 5:00 English News 5:30 Worldwatch 6:30 Cycling: Tour Of California 2018 Stage 4 *Live* 9:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 The Marngrook Footy Show 3:30 Britain’s Ultimate Pilots: Inside The RAF Red Arrows 4:35 America’s Hidden Pyramid City (PG) 5:30 Letters And Numbers 6:00 River Cottage Australia (PG) 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Great British Railway Journeys: Faversham To Dorking 8:05 Luke Nguyen’s Food Trail (PG) 8:35 The Handmaid’s Tale: Seeds (PG) 9:40 Next Of Kin (M) 11:35 The Night Manager (MA15+) 11:45 SBS World News Late 12:15 Movie: “We Are The Night” (MA15+) (’10) Stars: Karoline Herfurth (In German) 2:05 The Island With Bear Grylls (M l) 5:00 Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: “Barney’s Version” (M d,l,s) (’10) Stars: Paul Giamatti 2:25 Teen Exorcist (M) 2:55 Balls Deep (PG) 3:20 Tattoo Age (PG) 3:45 Dateline 4:10 The Mindy Project (PG) 4:35 Dead Set On Life (PG) 5:05 If You Are The One (In Mandarin) 6:05 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (PG) 6:30 Batman (PG) 7:30 The Feed 8:00 Dateline 8:30 Murder Rap: Inside The Biggie And Tupac (M l) 10:35 Vice (MA15+) 11:25 Tut (MA15+) 12:55 Vice News Tonight 1:20 Desus And Mero (M) 1:45 Bobby And Harriet Get Married (M l,s) 2:10 The Feed 2:40 Deutsche Welle English News

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas SBS VICELAND ABC COMEDY In Pyjamas 4:15 Ready, Jet, Go! 5:00

FRIDAY MAY 18 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 DW Newshour

SBS 2

6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News ABC Mornings [s] 10:00 Restoration Man [s] 11:00 Think Tank (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon [s] 1:00 One Plus One [s] 1:30 Robert McFarlane: The Still Point [s] 2:00 Our Zoo (PG) [s] 3:00 Hatch, Match And Dispatch (PG) [s] 3:30 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 Endeavour: Game (M v) [s] 10:00 Would I Lie To You? (PG) [s] 10:30 ABC Late News [s] 11:00 The Business [s] 11:15 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (PG) [s] 11:45 Planet America [s] 12:30 rage (MA15+)

5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS English News 5:30 Worldwatch 6:30 Cycling: Tour Of California 2018 Stage 5 *Live* 9:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 The Point 3:00 NITV News: Week In Review 3:30 Poh’s Kitchen 4:30 Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Express: Budapest To Vienna 5:25 Letters And Numbers 6:00 River Cottage Australia (PG) 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Great British Railway Journeys: Brighton To Chichester / Pembroke Dock To Swansea [s] 8:35 Movie: “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” (M v) (’00) Stars: George Clooney, John Turturro 10:35 SBS World News Late 11:05 Movie: “Love Is The Perfect Crime” (M) (’13) Stars: Mathieu Amalric, Karin Viard (In French) 1:05 Riviera (MA15+) 3:40 Spring Tide (M l,v) (In Swedish)

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:15 Ready, Jet, Go! 5:00 Luo Bao Bei 5:30 Peppa Pig 6:10 Octonauts 6:35 Floogals 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (PG) 8:30 Gruen XL (M) 9:15 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (Shorts) (M) 9:20 Never Mind The Buzzcocks (M l,s) 9:45 W1A (M l) 10:20 The Thick Of It (M l,s) 10:50 Red Dwarf (PG) 11:15 The Office (PG) 11:40 30 Rock (M s,v) 12:00 Parks And Recreation (PG) 12:20 Broad City (MA15+) 12:40 Inside Amy Schumer (M l,s)

5:00 Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: SBS VICELAND “Presumed Guilty” (M s) (’11) (In

5:00 Children’s Programs 12:55 Odd Squad 1:15 Game On 1:50 Degrassi (PG) 2:10 Horrible Histories 3:10 Make It Pop 3:45 Get Blake! 4:20 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch 4:40 Japanizi: Going, Going, Gong! 5:10 School Of Rock 5:35 All Hail King Julien 6:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 6:25 Doctor Who (PG) 7:15 The Penguins Of Madagascar 7:40 Danger Mouse 7:50 Slugterra 8:25 Good Game Spawn Point 8:50 Voltron: Legendary Defender (PG) 9:15 Sailor Moon Crystal (PG) 9:40 Sword Art Online (PG) 10:00 K-On! (PG)

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

French) 1:50 The Cleveland Strangler (M l) 2:40 Beerland (PG) 3:05 The Therapist (PG) 3:30 Dateline 4:00 The Mindy Project (PG) 4:25 VICE (PG) 5:05 If You Are The One (In Mandarin) 6:05 Brooklyn NineNine (PG) 6:35 The Classic Car Show (PG) 7:30 Batman (PG) 8:30 Adam Looking For Eve (MA15+) (In Dutch) 9:25 The Handmaid’s Tale (PG) 10:30 Queer As Folk (M) 11:25 Adam Looking For Eve (MA15+) (In German) 12:15 Vice News Tonight 12:40 Desus And Mero 1:05 Epicly Later’d (MA15+)

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 9:02 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 The Business 1:30 DW Conflict Zone 2:00 ABC News Overnight 2:15 The Drum 3:00 ABC News Update 3:02 The World With Beverley O’Connor 4:00 DW Newshour

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Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise Prime 6:00 [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) [s] 12:00 TBA 2:00 TBA 4:00 Special Event: Royal Wedding: Prince Harry And Meghan [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Special Event: Royal Wedding: Prince Harry And Meghan [s] – Join Melissa Doyle and Michael Usher for the most spectacular coverage of the Royal Wedding. Commentary from acclaimed BBC broadcaster Angela Rippon, Royal experts Tim Ewart, Victoria Arbiter and more. 11:00 TBA 12:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Good Morning America [s] 7:00 NINE Weekend Today - Saturday [s] 10:00 Today Extra - Saturday (PG) [s] 12:00 Destination WA [s] 12:30 Surfing Australia TV [s] 1:00 Animal Rescue Thailand: Elephants / Tigers (PG) 2:00 The Embassy (PG) [s] 3:00 Netball: Suncorp Super Netball 2018: Giants v Queensland Firebirds *Live* from Quay Centre, Sydney. 5:00 NINE News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Saturday [s] 7:00 Harry And Meghan - The Royal Wedding [s] 11:00 Movie: “License To Wed” (M s) (’07) Stars: Robin Williams, Mandy Moore, John Krasinski 1:00 Mom: Nudes And A Six-Day Cleanse (M) [s] 1:30 Surfing Australia TV [s] 2:00 TV Shop 2:30 Step Dave: Secrets (M l) [s] 3:30 Getaway (PG) [s] 4:00 Destination WA [s] 4:30 Global 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 Agatha Christie’s Ordeal By Innocence (M v) [s] 1:30 Endeavour: Game (M v) [s] 3:00 The Search For The Ocean’s Super Predator (PG) [s] 4:00 Landline [s] 4:30 Who’s Been Sleeping In My House?: Merton [s] 5:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 6:00 Compass: Can A Scientist Believe? (PG) [s] 6:30 Back Roads: Derby (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Royal Wedding: Prince Harry And Meghan Markle *Live* Countdown / Arrivals / Ceremony / Procession [s] 11:00 Wentworth: Captive (M l,v) [s] 11:45 rage Guest Programmer (MA15+)

CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS 5:00 English News 5:30 Worldwatch 7:00 Cycling: Tour Of California 2018 Stage 6 *Live* 9:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour 1:55 Small Business Secrets 2:30 Gymnastics: Individual All Around World Cup (Japan) 4:35 Million Dollar American Princesses: Queens Of The Screen (PG) 5:30 The Supervet 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Royal Wedding *Live* 11:00 Spice Girls Live At Wembley Stadium – Featuring the newly formed quartet of 1998 performing to 52,000 screaming fans at the grand finale of their epic Spiceworld Tour. 12:55 Barbie The Most Famous Doll In The World (M s) 1:45 Football: FA Cup: Chelsea v Manchester United *Live* from Wembley Stadium

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 MacGyver (PG) 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Travel Oz (PG)

GO! 6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Beyblade Burst Evolution 1:30 Home Shopping 2:30 The Tom And Jerry Show 3:00 The Amazing World Of Gumball (PG) 3:30 Ben 10 (PG) 4:00 Teen Titans (PG) 4:30 WWE Slam City 4:40 Looney Tunes Cartoons 4:50 Steven Universe (PG) 5:20 Movie: “The Cat In The Hat” (PG) (’03) Stars: Alec Baldwin 7:00 Movie: “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” (PG) (’12) Stars: Dwayne Johnson 9:00 Movie: “Hancock” (M v,l) (’08) Stars: Will Smith 11:00 Mom (M s,d) 12:00 Robot Chicken (MA15+) 12:15 Mike Tyson Mysteries (MA15+)

ABC COMEDY

5:00 Children’s Programs 1:25 Grandpa In My Pocket 1:40 Arthur 2:10 Mister Maker 2:35 Sally & Possum 3:05 Peg + Cat 3:30 Play School 4:15 Wallykazam! 4:40 hoopla doopla! 5:00 Luo Bao Bei 5:30 Peppa Pig 6:10 Octonauts 6:35 Floogals 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 Melbourne Comedy Festival: The Gala (M l,s) 10:00 Melbourne Comedy Festival: Allstars Supershow (M l,s) 12:05 Comedy Up Late (M) 12:35 Penn And Teller (PG) 1:15 Dead Boss (M l,n,s) 1:45 An Idiot Abroad (M l,n,s) 2:35 The Office (M d,s)

Worldwatch 12:00 Insight 1:00 SBS VICELAND 5:00 Front Up (PG) 1:30 Jungletown

6:00 The Avengers (PG) 7:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 8:30 Home Shopping 10:00 Weather Top Ten (PG) 11:00 Movie: “Baxter!” (G) (’73) Stars: Patricia Neal 1:15 Movie: “The Last Time I Saw Paris” (PG) (’54) Stars: Elizabeth Taylor 3:40 Movie: “A Passage To India” (PG) (’84) Stars: Judy Davis 7:00 Movie: “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” (PG) (’69) Stars: George Lazenby 10:00 Movie: “The Magnificent Seven Ride!” (M v) (’92) Stars: Lee Van Cleef 12:05 Cold Case (M) 1:00 Call And Win (M) 3:00 Movie: “Confession” (PG) (’55) Stars: Sydney Chaplin 4:40 Edgar Wallace Mysteries (PG)

ABC ME

5:00 Children’s Programs 1:05 You’re Skitting Me 1:30 The Penguins Of Madagascar 2:05 The Deep 2:25 Total Drama Presents: Ridonculous Race 3:10 The Legend Of Korra (PG) 3:35 Voltron: Legendary Defender (PG) 4:00 Thunderbirds Are Go (PG) 4:20 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch 5:10 School Of Rock (PG) 5:35 All Hail King Julien 6:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (PG) 6:25 Total Wipeout (PG) 7:25 The Penguins Of Madagascar 8:00 Slugterra 8:20 Freaktown 8:55 The Bagel And Becky Show 9:20 Miraculous Tales Of Ladybug And Cat Noir

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 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 9:00 Miguel’s Feasts [s] 9:30 The Loop: Royal Wedding Special (PG) [s] 12:00 Meghan Markle: The First American Princess (PG) [s] 2:00 Life Inside The Markets [s] 2:30 Travels With The Bondi Vet (PG) [s] 3:00 Pooches At Play [s] 3:30 The Cook’s Pantry [s] 4:00 What’s Up Down Under [s] 4:30 Escape Fishing With ET [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News: First At Five [s] 6:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) [s] 6:30 David Attenborough’s Natural Curiosities: Life In The Dark And Curious Imposters (PG) [s] 7:30 Ambulance (PG) [s] 10:00 Movie: “Air Force One” (M v,l) (’97) Stars: Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman 12:30 Supercar: Highlights: Round 6: Race 13 1:30 Home Shopping 9:00 Cheers (PG) 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday (PG) 12:00 Diagnosis Murder (PG) 2:00 Operation Repo (PG) 3:00 The Offroad Adventure Show 4:00 MacGyver (PG) 5:00 Merv Hughes Fishing 5:30 Bondi Rescue (PG) 6:00 COPS (PG) 6:30 Scorpion (PG) 7:30 MacGyver (PG) 8:30 Supercars: Highlights: Round 6: Winton 9:30 TBA 11:30 NCIS (M) 12:30 Highlander (M v) 1:30 RPM 2:30 Monster Jam (PG) 4:30 Highlander (M v) 5:30 Whacked Out Sports (PG)

11 6:05 Drakers 6:30 Dofus 7:00 Lexi & Lottie 7:30 Jar Dwellers SOS 8:00 Random & Whacky 8:30 Totally Wild 9:05 The King Of Queens (PG) 10:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:00 Frasier (PG) 11:30 Charmed (PG) 1:30 The Loop: Royal Wedding Special (PG) 4:00 Frasier (PG) 4:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 100% Hotter (PG) 8:30 TBA 9:30 Stand up: Jon Richardson (M) 10:30 Meghan Markle: The First American Princess (PG) 12:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG)

9:30 Harry’s Practice 10:00 The Great Outdoors 11:00 Room For Improvement 11:30 NBC Today 1:30 Sydney Weekender 2:00 Great Australian Doorstep 2:30 Vasili’s Garden 3:00 Queensland Weekender 3:30 The Great Day Out 4:00 Creek To Coast 4:30 SA Weekender 5:00 Crash Investigation (PG) 5:30 Air Crash Investigations (PG) 6:30 Movie: “Where Eagles Dare” (PG) (’68) Stars: Clint Eastwood 9:45 Movie: “Kelly’s Heroes” (M) (’70) Stars: Caroline O’Connor 1:00 Psychic TV (M)

6:00 Adventure Angler (PG) 7:30 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 8:00 Home Shopping 9:00 TBA 10:00 Swamp Men (PG) 11:00 The Next Level (PG) 11:30 Your 4x4 (PG) 12:00 400 Thunder 1:00 Blokesworld (PG) 1:30 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 2:00 VFL: Round 7: Coburg v Collingwood *Live* from Piranha Park 5:00 Mythbusters (PG) 6:00 Bloopers (PG) 6:30 The Kick 7:00 AFL: Round 9: St Kilda v Collingwood *Live* from Etihad Stadium 10:30 Movie: “Disturbia” (M v) (’07) Stars: Carrie Anne Moss 12:40 Swamp Men (PG) 1:35 Big Angry Fish 4:30 Adventure Angler (PG)

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6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise Prime [s] 10:00 AFL Game Day [s 11:30 Bewitched: The No Harm Charm [s] 12:00 House Of Wellness (PG) [s] 1:00 Kochie’s Business Builders (PG) [s] 1:30 TBA 2:30 Sunday Soapbox [s] 3:00 AFL: Round 9: Brisbane v Hawthorn *Live* from The Gabba [s] – The Hawks head to the Gabba to face an improved Lions outfit who have fought out two narrow losses at home that have been decided by less than a kick. 6:00 7Prime News - Sunday [s] 7:00 TBA 8:30 Olivia Newton-John: Hopelessly Devoted To You (PG) [s] 10:30 Criminal Confessions: Placentia (M v,l) [s] 11:30 Blindspot: Technology Wizards (M v) [s] 12:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Weekend Today [s] 10:00 Sports Sunday NINE (PG) [s] 11:00 Sunday Footy Show (PG) [s] 12:30 Future Stars (PG) [s] 1:00 Netball: Suncorp Super Netball 2018: Collingwood Magpies v Sunshine Coast Lightning *Live* from Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne 3:00 Customs (PG) [s] 3:30 The Voice: The Battles 2 (PG) [s] 5:00 NINE News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Postcards (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Sunday [s] 7:00 The Voice: Finals (PG) [s] 9:00 60 Minutes [s] 10:00 Guiltology: The Murdered Bride (M v) [s] 11:00 The Innocence Network: Lewis Jim Fogle (PG) [s] 12:00 Major Crimes: Targets Of Opportunity (M v) [s] 1:00 Cold Case: The Sleepover (M v) [s] 2:00 TV Shop 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 The Baron (PG) [s] 4:00 Good Morning America [s]

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 7:30 Rugby: Round 14: 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-Kai Watch (PG) 2:30 The Tom And Jerry Show 3:00 The Amazing World Of Gumball (PG) 3:30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 4:00 Be Cool Scooby Doo! (PG) 4:30 Britain’s Got Talent (PG) 6:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:00 Young Sheldon (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Jupiter Ascending” (M v) (’15) Stars: Mila Kunis 11:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 12:00 Robot Chicken (MA15+) 12:15 Mike Tyson Mysteries (MA15+) 12:30 China IL (MA15+) 1:00 Tattoo Fixers (MA15+)

ABC COMEDY

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 7:00 Religious Programs 10:00 Adventures In Rainbow Country 10:35 Movie: “The Syndicate” (PG) (’68) Stars: William Sylvester 12:30 Getaway (PG) 1:00 Sunday Footy Show 3:00 NRL: Cronulla Sharks v Canterbury Bulldogs *Live* from Southern Cross Group Stadium, Cronulla 6:00 Antiques Roadshow 7:00 Midsomer Murders (PG) 9:10 DCI Banks (MA15+) 10:10 Law And Order SVU (M) 11:10 The Closer (M) 12:05 Emergency On Our Streets (M l) 1:00 Home Shopping 1:30 Four In A Bed (PG)

ABC ME

Religious Programs 8:00 Pooches At Play WIN 6:00 [s] 8:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 9:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Sunday [s] 12:00 Photo Number 6: Morocco (PG) [s] 1:00 TBA 2:15 TBA 3:30 RPM [s] 4:00 Supercars: Round 6: Highlights Round 6: Winton Motor Raceway in Victoria 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News: First At Five [s] 6:00 Family Feud - Sunday [s] 6:30 The Sunday Project (PG) [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] 9:00 Roseanne: Eggs Over, Not Easy (PG) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Fallout (M) [s] 10:30 SEAL Team: Enemy Of My Enemy (M v) [s] 11:30 The Sunday Project (PG) [s] 12:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

Waratahs v Highlanders 9:30 Supercars: Highlights: Round 6 Winton 10:30 Escape Fishing With ET 11:00 Life Inside The Markets 11:30 Operation Repo (PG) 12:00 Reel Action (PG) 1:00 4x4 Adventures 2:00 Monster Jam 3:00 The Doctors (PG) 4:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) 4:30 Pooches At Play 5:00 What’s Up Down Under 5:30 I Fish 6:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) 6:30 Scorpion (PG) 7:30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M) 8:30 Supercars: Highlights: Round 6: Supercars Winton 9:30 MotoGP 2018 Race 5 French Grand Prix 11:00 Ambulance (M)

Children’s Programs 10:00 Scope 10:30 11 6:00 Family Ties (PG) 11:30 Charmed (PG) 1:25 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 2:30 Frasier (PG) 3:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:30 Roseanne (PG) 8:00 TBA 8:30 The Graham Norton Show (M) 10:30 Will & Grace (PG) 11:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 12:30 Frasier (PG) 1:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 2:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 5:30 Religious Programs

8:30 Home Shopping 9:30 Harry’s Practice 10:00 House Of Wellness (PG) 11:00 Australia’s Best Backyards 11:30 NBC Today 12:30 The Real Seachange 1:45 Escape To The Country 3:45 Escape To The Continent 5:00 Mighty Trains (PG) 6:00 Mighty Ships (PG) 7:00 Motorway Patrol (PG) 7:30 Border Security: International (PG) 8:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (PG) 9:30 Gold Coast Medical (PG) 10:30 Border Security: International (PG) 11:30 Border Security: Australia’s Front Line (PG) 12:30 Psychic TV (M)

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harley Davidson TV (PG) 7:00 Your 4x4 (PG) 7:30 Home Shopping 9:30 Harley Davidson TV (PG) 10:00 Swamp Men (PG) 11:00 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 11:30 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction (PG) 12:30 Night Thunder 1:30 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 2:00 Mythbusters (PG) 4:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 6:00 American Dad (PG) 6:30 Movie: “Ender’s Game” (PG) (’13) Stars: Abigail Breslin 8:45 Movie: “The Bourne Legacy” (M v) (’12) Stars: Donna Murphy 11:30 Family Guy (M s,v) 12:30 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 2:30 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 3:30 Swamp Men (PG)

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(PG) 2:20 Fashionista (PG) 2:30 Dead Set On Life (PG) 2:55 Trump: 100 Days (PG) 3:45 Cyberwar (PG) 4:35 Huang’s World (PG) 5:25 Fashionista (PG) 5:35 Movie: “Batman: The Movie” (PG) (’66) Stars: Adam West 7:30 One Born Every Minute (M l) 8:30 Secrets Of Eurovision 9:30 Eurovision Top 40 Controversies 11:30 The Movie Show 12:30 Ghosts Of Aleppo (M l) 1:35 Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia (MA15+) 2:25 France 24 News In English From Paris 3:00 Thai News 3:30 Bangla News

11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:30 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 The Mix 7:00 ABC News Weekend 7:30 TBA 11:00 ABC News 11:30 Australian Story 12:00 ABC Late News 12:15 Four Corners 1:00 DW News 1:15 Matter Of Fact

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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 [s] 11:30 Songs of Praise [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 12:30 Landline [s] 1:30 Gardening Australia [s] 2:30 Ask The Doctor: Alcohol (PG) [s] 3:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 4:00 The Mix [s] 4:30 The New Legends Of Monkey (PG) [s] 5:00 Prince Harry’s Story: Four Royal Weddings (PG) [s] 6:00 The Checkout: Factory Seconds (PG) [s] 6:30 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery: Brian Cox (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News Sunday [s] 7:40 The Queen’s Green Planet [s] 8:40 Agatha Christie’s Ordeal By Innocence (M v) [s] 9:30 The First Monday In May (M l) [s] 11:00 Banksy Does New York (M l,v) [s] 12:20 Doctor Who: Before The Flood (PG) [s] 1:05 rage (MA15+) 5:00 Insiders [s]

Cycling: Tour Of California 2018 Stage 7 SBS 5:00 *Live* 7:00 Small Business Secrets 7:30 Worldwatch 1:00 Speedweek 3:00 The Bowls Show 4:00 Motorcycles: Superbike World Championship Highlights: Italy 4:30 FIFA 2018 World Cup: Road To Russia 5:00 Small Business Secrets 5:30 The Great Escape 6:30 SBS World News 7:35 Riddle Of Petra (PG) 8:30 Yeti: Man, Myth Or Beast? (PG) 9:55 Is America In Retreat? (PG) 11:00 Bitter Rivals (PG) 12:40 Movie: “Mr Dynamite: The Rise Of James Brown” (PG) (’14) Stars: James Brown, Christian McBride, Bobby Byrd 2:55 Movie: “Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within” (MA15+) (’10) Stars: Wagner Moura (In Portuguese)

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:15 Wallykazam! 5:00 Luo Bao Bei 5:30 Peppa Pig 5:55 Jamillah and Aladdin 6:20 Peter Rabbit 6:55 Andy’s Baby Animals 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks 8:00 Penn And Teller: Fool Us (PG) 8:40 Amy Schumer: Mostly Sex Stuff (MA15+) 9:25 Alan Davies ‘As Yet Untitled’ (M) 10:10 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (PG) 10:55 W1A (M) 11:25 Plebs (M l,s) 12:00 Zapped (M l) 12:30 The Thick Of It (M l,d,s) 1:00 Inside Amy Schumer (M l,s)

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

5:00 Children’s Programs 1:05 You’re Skitting Me 1:30 The Penguins Of Madagascar 2:05 The Deep 2:25 Total Drama Presents: Ridonculous Race 2:50 Good Game Spawn Point 3:30 My Year 7 Life 4:00 Thunderbirds Are Go 4:20 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch 5:05 Good Game Spawn Point 5:35 All Hail King Julien 6:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 6:25 Total Wipeout 7:25 The Penguins Of Madagascar 8:00 Slugterra 8:30 The Adventures Of Puss In Boots 9:05 Odd Squad 9:40 So Awkward 10:10 Girl Vs Boy 10:30 rage (PG)

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

1:00 Front Up 1:30 10,000 BC (PG) 2:20 Marathon De Paris 2017: Highlights 3:20 Big Cats Of The Gulf (PG) 3:45 Most Expensivest (PG) 4:35 States Of Undress (PG) 5:25 Vs. Arashi (PG) (In Japanese) 7:20 If You Are The One (PG) (In Mandarin) 8:30 The Island With Bear Grylls (MA15+) 9:30 Mutiny (M l) 10:25 Adam Looking For Eve (MA15+) (In German) 12:15 Sex Box USA (M s) 1:05 Terror (MA15+) 2:00 France 24 News In English From Paris 3:00 Thai News 3:30 Bangla News

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 World This Week 3:00 ABC News 3:30 Landline 4:00 ABC News 4:30 One Plus One 5:00 ABC News 5:30 The Breakfast Couch 6:00 ABC News Weekend 6:15 Planet America 7:00 ABC News 8:00 ABC News 8:02 Insiders 9:00 ABC News 9:02 National Wrap 9:45 ABC News Weekend 10:00 ABC News 10:30 One Plus One 11:00 ABC News 11:30 Close Of Business

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MONDAY MAY 21

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TEN

ABC

Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] Prime 6:00 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 TBA 1:30 Surf Patrol [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 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 TBA 8:45 The Mentor: Pizzaiolo Michelucchio (PG) [s] – Mark goes toe to toe in the boxing ring with Melbourne pizza maker Michael, for a lesson he won’t forget. Michael’s business is losing customers, and Mark believes it is because of his anger issues. 9:45 The Resident: Total Eclipse Of The Heart (M) [s] 10:45 The Blacklist: Sutton Ross (M) [s] 11:45 Blindspot: Two Legendary Chums (M v) [s] 12:45 Talking Footy (M) [s] 2:30 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 The Voice: Finals (PG) [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 Talkin’ Bout Your Generation (PG) [s] 8:45 The Big Bang Theory: The Neonatal Nomenclature (M) [s] 9:15 The Big Bang Theory: The Relaxation Integration (M) [s] 9:45 Footy Classified (M) [s] 10:45 Two And A Half Men: Gorp. Fnark. Schmegle./ Captain Terry’s Spray-On Hair (M l,s) [s] 11:40 Rizzoli & Isles: Boston Strangler Redux (MA15+) 12:30 Extra [s] 1:00 Postcards (PG) [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo [s] 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News ABC Mornings [s] 10:00 The Queen’s Green Planet [s] 11:00 Catalyst [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 The Checkout (PG) [s] 6:30 Hard Quiz (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Australian Story [s] 9:15 Media Watch (PG) [s] 9:35 Q&A [s] 10:40 ABC Late News [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:25 Golf: PGA: Dallas, TX [s] 12:20 Doctor Who: The Girl Who Died (PG) [s] 1:05 rage (MA15+) 3:25 Antiques Roadshow: Bolton Abbey [s] 4:25 Murder, She Wrote: Final Curtain (PG) [s] 5:15 Pointless [s]

5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World SBS English News 5:30 Worldwatch – Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 News 6:30 Al Jazeera Newshour 7:30 Italian News 8:10 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 Al Jazeera News 2:00 Andre Rieu: Forever Vienna (In German) 3:00 Genius: Guns: Colt Vs Wesson (PG) 3:55 Leap Of The Lynx 5:00 Settle Down Place 5:30 Letters And Numbers 6:00 River Cottage Australia 6:30 SBS World News 7:35 Elizabeth: The Crown In Crisis 8:30 Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I’m A Doctor 9:30 24 Hours In Emergency: Out Of The Fire (M) 10:30 SBS World News Late 11:00 Football: The World Game 11:30 Movie: “Joe Cinque’s Consolation” (M d,l,s) (’16) Stars: Maggie Naouri, Gia Carides, Josh McConville 1:25 Ride Upon The Storm (M s,l,v) (In Danish)

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

GO! 6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Dawson’s Creek (PG) 2:00 Uncle Grandpa (PG) 2:30 Yo-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (PG) 3:00 Pokemon 3:30 Lego City (PG) 4:00 Teen Titans (PG) 4:30 Ben 10: Omniverse (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 5:30 Regular Show (PG) 6:00 Friends (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Stargate” (PG) (’94) Stars: Kurt Russell 11:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 12:00 Mom (M s,d) 12:30 Friends (PG) 1:30 Regular Show (PG) 2:00 Adventure Time (PG) 2:30 Pokemon 3:00 Ben 10: Omniverse (PG) 3:30 Beyblade Burst Evolution

ABC COMEDY

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:15 Ready, Jet, Go! 4:40 The Numtums Shorts 5:00 Luo Bao Bei 5:40 PJ Masks 6:10 Octonauts 6:35 Floogals 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 The Librarians (M d,s) 8:55 Never Mind The Buzzcocks (M l,s) 9:25 Amy Schumer: Mostly Sex Stuff (MA15+) 10:10 Tonightly With Tom Ballard (Shorts) (M) 10:15 Red Dwarf (PG) 10:40 The Office (M s) 11:05 30 Rock (M s) 11:25 Parks And Recreation (PG) 11:50 Broad City (M l,s) 12:10 Never Mind The Buzzcocks (M l,s)

Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: SBS VICELAND 5:00 “Welcome To The South” (M l)

6:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:00 Religious Programs 7:30 Home Shopping 8:00 Ellen (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Netball: Thunderbirds v Vixens *Live* from Priceline Stadium, Adelaide 12:30 Netball: Fever v Swifts *Live* from HBF Stadium, Perth 2:30 Antiques Roadshow 3:25 Dinner Date (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 Death In Paradise (M v) 8:40 Murder Calls (M) 9:40 Australian Crime Stories (M l,v) 10:50 Death Row Stories (M) 11:50 100% Footy (M)

ABC ME

5:00 Children’s Programs 12:55 Odd Squad 1:15 Game On 1:50 Degrassi (PG) 2:10 Horrible Histories 3:10 Make It Pop 4:00 Thunderbirds Are Go 4:20 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch 5:10 School Of Rock 5:35 All Hail King Julien 6:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 6:25 Doctor Who (PG) 7:20 The Penguins Of Madagascar 7:40 Danger Mouse 7:55 Slugterra 8:15 Freaktown 8:25 The Adventures Of Puss In Boots 8:50 The Bagel And Becky Show 9:00 Odd Squad 9:15 Miraculous Tales Of Ladybug And Cat Noir 9:35 So Awkward 10:05 Girl Vs Boy (PG)

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

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 TBA 2:45 Entertainment Tonight [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 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 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] 9:00 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M s,l,n) [s] 9:30 2017 Montreal Comedy Festival: Just For Laughs (M) [s] 10:30 Man With A Plan: Buzzer Beater (M s) [s] 11:00 The Project (PG) [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 The Late Show With Stephen Colbert (PG) [s] 2:00 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS This Morning

Operation Repo (PG) 9:00 I Fish 9:30 A Taste Of Travel (PG) 10:00 Healthy Homes Australia 10:30 Bondi Rescue (PG) 11:00 Cheers (PG) 12:00 Get Smart (PG) 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Matlock (M v) 3:00 Diagnosis Murder (PG) 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager (PG) 6:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) 6:30 Attenborough’s Planet Earth (PG) 7:30 Walker, Texas Ranger (M v) 8:30 NCIS (M) 11:30 Rugby: Round 14: Extra Time 12:30 Home Shopping 2:00 MotoGP 2018: Race 5 French Grand Prix

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 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Roseanne (PG) 7:30 Buffy The Vampire Slayer (PG) 9:30 Supernatural (M) 10:30 Medium (M v) 11:30 The Late Late Show (M) 12:30 Dr Quinn, Medicine Woman (PG) 1:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 2:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG)

7:00 Get Arty 7:30 Kitty Is Not A Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 House Calls To The Rescue 10:30 Mighty Ships (PG) 11:30 The Real Seachange 12:00 NBC Today 1:00 Meet The Press 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 House Calls To The Rescue 4:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 5:00 Medical Emergency (PG) 5:30 Escape To The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Doc Martin (PG) 8:30 Lewis (M) 10:30 Blue Murder (M v) 11:30 Bargain Hunt 12:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction (PG) 7:30 Hook Line And Sinker (PG) 8:30 Big Angry Fish (PG) 10:30 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 11:00 Swamp Men (PG) 12:00 Ink Master (M) 1:00 World Of X Games 2:00 Ice Road Truckers (PG) 4:00 Swamp Men (PG) 6:00 American Pickers (PG) 7:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 7:30 Talking Footy (PG) 9:00 Movie: “Enemy Of The State” (M l,v) (’15) Stars: Jason Lee, Jack Black, Gene Hackman, Lisa Bonet, Jon Voight, Regina King, Will Smith 11:45 Swamp Men (PG) 2:00 Big Angry Fish (PG) 5:00 Swamp Men (PG)

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WIN

GEM

TUESDAY MAY 22 TEN

ABC

(’10) (In Italian) 1:50 Up All Night: The Minicab (M l) 2:50 Beerland (PG) 3:15 Vs Arashi (In Japanese) 4:10 The Mindy Project (PG) 4:35 Cyberwar (PG) 5:05 Perfect Match (In Mandarin) 6:10 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (PG) 6:35 Batman (PG) 7:35 The Feed 8:05 Travel Man (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Eight Millimeter” (MA15+) (’99) Stars: Nicolas Cage 10:50 Movie: “Vampire’s Kiss” (MA15+) (’88) Stars: Jennifer Beals 12:45 Hollands Hope (MA15+) (In Dutch) 2:35 CGTN News In English From Beijing 3:00 Thai News

2:00 Parliament Question Time 3:15 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

SBS 2

Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] Prime 6:00 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 TBA 1:15 Surf Patrol [s] 1:45 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 TBA 8:45 Interview (M) [s] 9:45 Special: Death Row (MA15+) [s] – Trevor McDonald returns to Indiana State Maximum Security Prison to find out what has happened to the inmates he previously met. He also explores the role the death penalty plays in today’s America. 10:45 Grey’s Anatomy: All Of Me (M) [s] 11:45 Grimm: Trust Me Knot (M) [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 Movie: “Salmon Fishing In The Yemen” (PG) (’12) Stars: Emily Blunt, Catherine Steadman 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 Eat Well For Less (PG) [s] 9:00 TBA 10:00 Beauty And The Beach: Molly And Je’Niya (M mp,n) [s] 11:00 Mom: Three Smiles And An Unpainted Ceiling / Kitty Litter And A Class A Felony (M) [s] 11:55 20/20 (PG) [s] 12:45 The Closer: Fantasy Date (M) [s] 1:35 Extra [s] 2:00 TV Shop 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo [s] 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

ONE 6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Rugby: Round 14: 7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Harry’s Practice

6:00 Children’s Programs 1:00 Dawson’s GO! Creek (PG) 2:00 Uncle Grandpa (PG) 2:30 Yo-Gi-Oh! Arc-V (PG) 3:00 Pokemon 3:30 Nexo Knights (PG) 4:00 Teen Titans (PG) 4:30 Ben 10: Omniverse (PG) 5:00 Adventure Time (PG) 5:30 Regular Show (PG) 6:00 Friends (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Real, Fake Or Unknown (PG) 8:30 Movie: “The Terminator” (M v,l,s) (’84) Stars: Arnold Schwarzenegger 10:45 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 11:15 Best Ink (M l) 12:15 Friends (PG) 1:15 Aqua Teen Hunger Force (M) 1:30 Regular Show (PG)

5:00 Children’s Programs 3:55 Bananas SBS VICELAND 5:00 Worldwatch 12:00 Movie: ABC COMEDY In “Land Of Oblivion” (M n,s) (’11) Pyjamas 4:15 Ready, Jet, Go! 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 Dinner Date (PG) 11:30 As Time Goes By (PG) 12:00 Movie: “The Scarlet Blade” (PG) (’63) Stars: Oliver Reed 1:45 Death In Paradise (M v) 2:55 Hot In Cleveland (PG) 3:25 Dinner Date (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 1:30 Midsomer Murders (M v)

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 TBA 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Neighbours [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 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 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] 8:30 Shark Tank (PG) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Where Everybody Knows Your Name (M) [s] 10:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Come Back (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 4:30 CBS - This Morning

Extra Time 9:00 Get Smart (PG) 10:00 Healthy Homes Australia 10:30 Bondi Rescue (PG) 11:00 Cheers (PG) 12:00 Attenborough’s Planet Earth (PG) 1:00 WIN’s All Australian News 2:00 Matlock (M v) 3:00 Rugby: Round 14: Extra Time 4:00 Diagnosis Murder (PG) 5:00 Star Trek: Voyager (PG) 6:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) 6:30 Attenborough’s Planet Earth (PG) 7:30 Walker, Texas Ranger (M v) 8:30 48 Hours (M) 9:30 Homicide: Hours To Kill (M) 10:30 TBA 11:30 CSI: Miami (M) 12:00 Home Shopping

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 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 5:30 Frasier (PG) 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Roseanne (PG) 7:30 Fail Army (PG) 9:00 Movie: “Scary Movie 2” (MA15+) (’01) Stars: Anna Faris 10:40 Fail Army (PG) 11:10 The Late Late Show (M) 12:10 Dr Quinn Medicine Woman (PG) 1:05 Frasier (PG) 1:30 The King Of Queens (PG)

7:00 Get Arty 7:30 Kitty Is Not A Cat 8:00 Jay’s Jungle 8:30 Million Dollar Minute 9:30 House Calls To The Rescue 10:30 TBA 11:30 NBC Today 2:00 Million Dollar Minute 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 House Calls To The Rescue 4:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 5:00 Medical Emergency (PG) 5:30 Escape To The Country 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 The Vicar Of Dibley (PG) 8:30 Inspector Morse (M d) 10:30 Suspects (M v,l) 11:30 Bargain Hunt 12:30 RSPCA Animal Rescue 1:00 House Calls To The Rescue 2:00 Special: Amazon To Ice

6:00 Home Shopping 6:30 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction (PG) 7:30 Hook Line And Sinker (PG) 8:30 Big Angry Fish (PG) 10:30 American Pickers (PG) 11:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 12:00 Ink Master (M) 2:00 Blokesworld (PG) 3:00 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 3:30 Swamp Men (PG) 4:30 American Pickers (PG) 5:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 6:00 American Pickers (PG) 7:00 Pawn Stars (PG) 7:30 Highway Patrol (PG) 8:30 Outback Truckers (M l) 9:30 Full Custom Garage (PG) 10:30 Towies (PG) 10:00 Full Custom Garage (PG) 11:00 Graveyard Carz (PG) 12:00 Cajun Pawn Stars (PG) 12:30 Cement Heads (M l,s)

7MATE

Prime

GEM

6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News [s] ABC 10:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 11:00 Catalyst [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Four Corners [s] 1:45 Media Watch (PG) [s] 2:00 Parliament Question Time [s] 3:00 Surfing The Menu [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 The Checkout (PG) [s] 6:30 Hard Quiz (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Stargazing Live (PG) [s] 9:00 The Checkout: Factory Seconds (PG) [s] 9:30 Secrets Of Silicon Valley: The Disruptors (PG) [s] 10:25 ABC Late News [s] 10:50 The Business [s] 11:10 Q&A [s] 12:20 Doctor Who: The Woman Who Lived (PG) [s] 1:05 rage (MA15+) [s] 3:25 Antiques Roadshow: Althorp [s] 4:25 Murder, She Wrote: Double Jeopardy (PG) [s] 5:15 Pointless [s]

The Numtums Shorts 5:00 Dinosaur Train 5:30 Peppa Pig 6:05 Floogals 6:15 Ready, Jet, Go! 7:05 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 7:30 Spicks And Specks (PG) 8:00 The Office (PG) 9:00 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live (PG) 9:30 Plebs (M l,s) 9:50 Zapped (M l) 10:25 Red Dwarf (PG) 10:55 The Office (PG) 11:20 30 Rock (PG) 11:40 Parks And Recreation (PG) 12:05 Broad City (MA15+) 12:25 Back To Earth: Stargazing Live (PG) 12:55 Red Dwarf (PG)

(In French/ Ukrainian/ Russian) 1:55 Up All Night: The Minicab (M l) 2:50 Popasia (PG) 3:50 The Mindy Project (PG) 4:15 Balls Deep: Ranchers (PG) 4:45 Vice News Tonight 5:10 Perfect Match (In Mandarin) 6:10 Brooklyn Nine-Nine (PG) 6:35 Batman (PG) 7:30 The Feed 8:00 Going Deep With David Rees (PG) 8:30 Housos (MA15+) 9:30 Hate Thy Neighbour (MA15+) 11:10 Adam Looking For Eve (MA15+) (In German) 12:05 Vice News Tonight 12:30 Desus And Mero (M) 12:55 Shot By Kern (MA15+)

5:00 Children’s Programs 12:55 Odd Squad 1:15 Game On 1:50 Degrassi (PG) 2:10 Horrible Histories 3:10 Make It Pop 3:45 Get Balek! 4:20 Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch 5:10 The Next Step 5:35 All Hail King Julien 6:00 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 6:25 Doctor Who (PG) 7:20 The Penguins Of Madagascar 7:45 Special: Stargazing Launchpad 8:00 Special: Stargazing *Live* 9:00 Wallace And Gromit 9:20 Miraculous Tales Of Ladybug And Cat Noir 9:45 So Awkward 10:10 Girl Vs Boy (PG) 10:35 rage (PG)

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

WEDNESDAY MAY 23 TEN

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4 Post Office Ln – Set between Dimboola and Horsham is this 3880m2 (approx)corner block. With power and water connected and a rustic shed, toilet, bath, shower, hot water service, covered BBQ area and plenty of space for the kids to play on you will enjoy your weekends there so much you won’t want to leave. The Wimmera River and the Little Desert National Park are all just a short drive away.

41 Hindmarsh St – Set on an approx. 1/4 acre block this 3 b/r steel clad home was shifted on to site in the late 80’s. A new split sys a/c was installed recently spouting has been replaced and a new Bosch gas hot water service fitted. The home features open plan living with a large lounge adjacent to the dining and kitchen areas. A free standing wood heater plus the choice of a gas heater and reverse cycle air conditioners (one in the master bedroom) see to your comfort in addition to the split system.

38 Gardiner St – With polished boards through the entry, kitchen and lounge, this 3 b/r vinyl clad home set on a corner allotment. The home has 2 living areas, an outdoor living deck area, the lounge has a f/s wood heater and a split system a/c and wide opening through to the kitchen. The five burner gas stove has an electric oven, there is a dishwasher and a large pantry/storage room. The modern bathroom has a corner spa unit, corner shower module Outside there is an approx. 6m x 9m CI shed with auto roll a door and space for a vehicle plus storage and workshop space.

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86 Tower Rd – Built approx. 10yrs ago this superb home is 37.7 squares under roof & features 3 dbl BRs, ensuite & WIR in the main, large open plan kitchen/meals/family room, walk in pantry, separate formal lounge, ducted s/system through the home & large wood heater & direct access to dbl garage. On the 6.22ha block you will find a self contained unit built into the shed & enough room for 2 vehicles, a machinery shed & other sundry out buildings. Some of the equipment used to maintain the land is available by negotiation.

AUCTION Friday 8th June, 2018 @ 11am on site 18 Woods St – This vinyl clad home is ideal for someone looking for a project. The home features 2 bedrooms, separate lounge, kitchen, bathroom, some pine lined ceilings and timber floors. Outside on the prominent corner block you’ll find old sundry shedding all very close to the Donald main street.

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73 Devereux St – Nestled in behind the big brown fence is a spacious family home. Featuring 3 double bedrooms all with B.I.R’s, lounge with open fire and Ref A/C, separate dining room with gas heating, family friendly bathroom with shower and separate bath, the kitchen has plenty of storage, dishwasher and electric stove. Outside you’ll find a double garage, rainwater tank with pump. 2nd toilet all on a generous size block.

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127 Lascelles St – Here is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a spacious brick veneer family home. The home features 4 double bedrooms all with BIR’s, main with WIR and ensuite, large kitchen meals area with wood heating, gas hot plates, electric wall oven and dishwasher, a 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.

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1 Meyer St – Set on a large corner block in a very good position in Donald and very near to the Primary School, this 3 bedroom vinyl clad/weatherboard home offers great family living. Featuring polished floorboards through the lounge and kitchen and carpet through the other major rooms including the large dining area. The kitchen has electric appliances, pantry cupboard and the split system a/c is also situated here servicing the combined living areas. The lounge room also has a wood heater insert fitted. Outside there is a large deck, ideal for those long summer evening gatherings.

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44 Church St – Set on a large block this brick veneer home features 3 bedrooms, open plan meals - kitchen area, separate lounge with a gas log heater, central bathroom and a rear patio area. Outside you will find a single garage, garden shed and another single garage in the backyard. There is access via the rear lane.

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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8 Scott St – Renovations have commenced on this 4br (plus a storage room) home with works completed including sections of new roof, new plasterwork inside including new paintwork and floor coverings in the lounge and master bedroom. A modern new ensuite has also been installed along with a walk in robe. A major feature is the new Daikin fully ducted air-conditioning unit giving you comfortable living when the weather is extreme. Outside there is a carport plus an assortment of shedding. This includes a garden shed with power connected and a toilet, a seedling shed, aviaries & chook shed, old style workshop and other lean to’s and sheds.

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32 Market St – This comfortable weather board home features 3 bedrooms, kitchen with electric stove, dining area with polished floor boards, separate lounge, bathroom with shower over bath, 2nd shower in the laundry, study nook and aluminium windows. Outside the block is a blank canvas with rear lane access, electric hot water and plastic rain water tank. You will enjoy the rear deck overlooking the back yard.

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AUCTION Friday 18th May, 2018 @ 11am on site

27-37 Scott St – We are excited to Auction one of Warracknabeal’s most prominent corner locations. Zoned Commercial 1 and set on the corner of Phillips and Scott street this historical site is a large part of Warracknabeal’s rich history. The site is approx 2850m2 with the former Robert Smith & Co building covering approx 860m2. There are two separately fenced yards, one with a good size undercover area and the other right on the corner with vehicle access off Philips St. Power, water and sewerage are all connected.

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23 Napier St – This weatherboard home is well worth a second look. featuring 3 bedrooms plus study, large open plan living/ meals area, split system A/C, family friendly bathroom and wood heating. Outside the generous size block has a single carport, outdoor entertaining area, 2 storage sheds and a rainwater tank with a pump. The current tenants would like to stay long term with their lease expiring on 15/5/2018. The home is currently rented at $180pw.

380 Kewell East Rd – Set a short drive from Minyip is this peaceful 15.5 acre (approx) farmlet. Featuring 3 bedrooms 2 with BIR’s, modern well appointed kitchen, central bathroom and separate toilet, polished floorboards, NBN ready, spacious lounge with a split system A/C and an internal laundry. Outside in the house yard, you’ll find a pergola, large carport and the remains of an established garden. Over further there is a 3 bay machinery shed, very good rural type fencing which creates some small paddocks for stock. The property is connected to pipeline water and mains power.

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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.

6 Anderson St – This weather board home has the option of continuing the current tenancy or move in after the lease expires on 17/1/2018 with the appropriate notice to the tenant. The property currently returns $195pw and features 2 dble bedrooms both with ceiling fans, sleepout, spacious lounge with wood heater and split system, kitchen with electric stove and bathroom with shower over bath. Outside you will find a paved BBQ area, fantastic garage with power and concrete floor and other sundry shedding. The block also has the convenience of rear lane access.

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Death Notices

COOK, Aubrey Herbert

Passed away peacefully on May 9, 2018. Eldest son of Herbert & Ruby (both dec). Brother of Gwen (dec), Mervyn (dec), Shirley (dec), Lyle, Avril, Coral, Errol (dec), Graeme, Lorna and families. Rest in peace

Guley, Gwen

26.10.27 - 08.05.18 Weep not for me though I have gone Into that gentle night Grieve if you will, but not for long Upon my soul’s sweet flight I am at peace, my soul’s at rest There is no need for tears For with your love I was so blessed For all those many years There is no pain, I suffer not The fear is now all gone Put now these things out of your thoughts In your memory I live on Remember not my fight for breath Remember not the strife Please do not dwell upon my death But celebrate my life Love Kieran & Judy, Denise, Carol & Murray, Robyn & Mal & families

Funeral Notices

COOK, Aubrey Herbert

The funeral of Aubrey Herbert Cook will leave St Andrew’s Uniting Church, Horsham on Monday, May 21 after a service commencing at 1.30pm for the Horsham Lawn Cemetery.

Trevor Bysouth & Daughter

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HADDEN, Robert James

27.2.1938 - 31.3.2018 Bev, Jason, Kristy, Dylan and Blake sincerely thank all our family and friends for their caring thoughts, beautiful flowers, cards, food, phone calls and kind supporting words that helps one during this sad time of losing Robert as a Husband, Father, Father-in-law, Poppy, Brother, Brother-in-law, Uncle and a Great Mate. Thank you to the committee of the Goroke Hall for preparing the hall and all the members of the Goroke Golf Club that helped in any way with food, drinks etc. Also for the way the clubhouse and surrounds were presented. A credit to you all. To Bill & Heather Pitman & Fran for the lovely service and care you gave to us. We thank you all very much Roberts Loving Family

Death Notices

THOMAS, Elizabeth (Bette) Alma

1.12.1929 - 7.5.2018 Devoted wife for 69 years. Thank you for your love and care. Your loving husband, Col.

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SUDHOLZ, Stuart & Phyllis

Horsham Florist

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We would also like to thank the staff at Dunmunkle Lodge for all their care and support with both Stuart and Phyllis. A special thank you to Trevor Bysouth and Fr. Denis Sotiriadis for conducting both services with such dignity.

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Robin (dec) and Suzanne. Dean and Vicki, Archie and Stella. Carly and Simon. Blair and Hayley, Ryder, Hudson and Mahlu. ‘Will be sadly missed. Sleeping peacefully with Robin.’ Paul and Marie. Mark and Jordy. Chris and Andrea, Ethan and Dylan. Terry and Jacqui. ‘Always in our heart.’ Graeme. ‘A much loved and special mother.’ Jillian. Jackie and Paul. Steven and Alli, Isobel. Brianna (dec). Abbey and Nik, Elijah. ‘A lifetime of loving memories to treasure.’

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Horsham Veterinary Hospital

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Animals & Accessories

Cockatiels, most colours $30 Ph REDUCED Scales, large platform 53852280 scales in great working order, Guinea fowls Ph 53583440 in the Avery Birmingham, originally used evening in Weight’s Hardware Horsham, Ph 5381 1439 Horse manure, free if collect or $3 can help lift and load $500 Ph 25 Dimboola Rd, Horsham per bag delivered to Horsham or 0400999412 (opposite McDonalds) Dimboola Ph 0437894257 Set of 8 pop-up theatre chairs ideal 1 Poll Hereford Bull, 14mth old, very Pair Princess parrots plus steel for verandah $80ono Ph 0439101170 quiet, very well bred $1800 plus Gst aviary, $200 Ph 53827594 Ph 0429434340 Parrots for sale, princess parrots all 30 White Suffolk x Dorper ewe colours, indian ringnecks, bourkes Caravans lambs, 10mths, EC, ready to join $165 and yellow and green opaline turks, ring for prices Ph 0408535515 firm Ph Shane Friend 0459226190 7 young male guinea fowl, one Peachface and Fisher Lovebirds, older white make $15 each, Quail $8 variety of colours, from $20 Ph 0428832058 Stawell each Ph after hours 53839227 Alpaca guards, ready to work $400 REDUCED 10 y/o gelding, Paso Fino breeding, green broken only each Ph 0417531989 $1200ono Ph 0438538812 2002 Jayco Freedom Pop Top, 17’, Alpaca herd guards x 3 $210 plus Gst, will not separate, mature age Ph To giveaway, 1 female 8yo German island d/bed, 3 way fridge, awning, Shorthaired Pointer, liver, desexed, 0402293486 microwave, TV aerial, new tyres, needs lots of space and company, mc# 900006000125057 Ph new gas struts on pop top, VGC, been shedded, selling to upgrade, 0427881332 reg P65400 $14,000 Ph 0428866210 Edenhope area

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2008 Jayco Hawk large, L shaped lounge, roll-out awning, VGC $16,500ono Ph 0448345729 2008 Lotus Escape LE, Tandem 19’, EC, one owner $24,550 Ph 0438532351

McDonald (Unmack), Hughie and Doris

70 years of Love and Marriage Married at Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church Camberwell, 22nd May 1948 Love and best wishes from your family: Greg and Rene, Rosemaree and Brian, Michael and Christine, John and Arlene, Kevin and Denise, Margaret and Kaye, together with Margaret and Rhonda, 13 Grandies and partners, and the 20 Great Grandies. We thank you for your love, help, guidance and faith you shared with us. We love you and wish you continued good health and happiness.

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.

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

Tropical fish, convict cichlids or bristlenose catfish $10each or 3 for $25, $5 from each purchase goes to anti-cancer Ph 0474159010 after 6pm

2008 Regent Cruiser, series 3, 18’6, front kitchen/cafe, q/bed, 175l fridge/ freezer, full size oven, full annex with front awning, 240v hot water $22,000 Ph 0400026290

Two Princess Alexander’s, two females 5 and 6 yo, one male escaped and one died $140 each Ph 53902287 Whippet, female, 18mths old, tan brindle, AAR reg, loves people, price neg, m/c # 978102100270950 Ph 0427364816

2010 Explorer Off-road camper, White Dorper Ewes, joined to Budgerigars, show quality, from Australian White/Dorper Rams, rugged all steel construction, Aussie imported birds $15 and up Ph excellent shedders each Ph made camper, full annexe Aussie 0428730777 0447275737 canvas deluxe kitchen, many more extras, VGC $13,900ono Ph The Weekly Advertiser 0428990602

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Trevor Bysouth & Daughter

Ph 5381 1444

Antiques

Charinga Kelpies, black and tan pups for sale, born 1/3/18, dogs and bitches available, vaccinated and wormed, pedigree Moora & Capri bloodlines, parents excellent paddock and yard dogs with plenty of back and bark, m/c 978102100258488/85 12/8935/9028/9260/76785 $800 Ph 0429869474

Thank You

Much loved mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and greatgrandmother of: Neville and Gayle. Shelly and Michael, Adele, Lincoln, Leroy and Elise. Matthew and Ange, Ava and Austin. ‘Rest easy Mum/Nan’

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Antiques

Auctions

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

Antique & Collectables Auctions Murtoa NEXT SALE: Sunday 20th May

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

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Caravans

Caravans

Caravans

Farm Machinery

For Sale

For Sale

Bonnaire gas heater, GC $100 Ph Mobilco swing-saw, good motor, 0458687009 blades, bench, plus post hole digger Bricksaw canterford portable attachment, for more information Ph electric 350mm blade, plus a spare 53811093

For Sale Solid seven piece kitchen setting, beige leather seat and back, inserts, VGC $200 Ph 53522455 after 2.30pm weekdays, any time weekends

blade $650 Ph 0408824222

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

Windsor Genesis limited edition, 21’ caravan, tare 1853, GTM 2200, ATM 2500, first reg 04/13 current to 04/19, low kms, no offroad, shedded, regularly serviced, full annexe, ESC, Lemair washing machine, ideal for solar, full ensuite, many extras, lots caravan $200ono Ph 53562532 Great of storage, great condition, genuine reason for sale $43,95ono Ph Western 0413445347

Davey water pump, 1,100 gallons per hour and two tanks $400ono Ph One Active Michelle Bridges after hours 53837527 treadmill, in good order $250 Ph Elkorn ferns, various sizes from $20 0409935105 Ph 53823714 Oregon Pine old and dry, many

Clothes & Accessories

2015 Kokoda Force 2 Ex-trail offroad caravan many extras, EC, suit new buyer $69,990 Ph 0488234599

4m caravan annex, GC, selling due to upgrade $500 Ph 0429209651 REDUCED 2007 Tru Blu Crow Off-Road camper trailer, Automatic washing machine, EC, garaged when not in use, Lemair 2.2kg, VGC, suitable for fully enclosed annex, family room and caravan $210 Ph 0427851409 more $8,500 neg Ph 0417148424 Avan Erin pop-top, 2003, awning, front kitchen lounge, d/bed, microwave, VGC, extras included, Ivory Debutante dress, size 8, worn always shedded $16,000 Ph once $250ono Ph 53822426 0428340961 Benz campervan, goes well, 76yo Ph 53823909 Hamilton Rd Horsham Campervan Fiat Ducato Maxi, 2009, 3L diesel, 6sp AMT, 84,000 kms, fully self-contained with shower, toilet, HWS, ducted heating, 2 house batteries, 2 solar panels, 110L fresh and 60L grey water tanks, 80L Waeco fridge, Origo 2 burner marine stove, UHF radio, TV, 6 speaker cd/radio, wired for both 12 and 240V, d/bed, wind-out awning, excellent storage, health reason for sale XLG997 $75,000 Ph Doug 0427848167 Horsham Caravan accessories: Hayman Reece tow bar and caravan mirrors $250 0459682780 Ezytrail camper trailer, 3 rooms, 12v, drawers, boat racks, extras. $5200 Ph 0438514236 Ararat

Jayco Destiny 2007 pop-top 17’, twin beds, roll-awning, toilet, shower gas/ elec hot water, microwave, aircon, elec brakes, shedded in Horsham, plus extras, suit new buyer $15,000 Ph 53826453

Newport inflatable boat with watersnake electric motor $999ono Caddystar XT battery golf buggy, Mercedes 2228 and 32’ bobcat tip or will separate Ph 0427840342 as new, padded seat compartment, over axle tri, tarp good $16,000 Ph bottle and bucket holders $495 Ph 0419778181 0431215956 New Holland 848 Baler, needs work Chain mesh PVC coated, two rolls, $1100inc Gst total approx. 50 metres x 1.8m $180 NH 69 Baler $4000ono Ph Ph: 0418396669 Ararat 0409214760 Chimney, free standing, help to NH Hayliner 69 Baker, bale loader, dismantle $300 Ph 0458681119 NH 848 RND baler LC $7600 plus 5hp, B-S Gst or will separate Ph 0409307852 Chipper/mulcher, motor, GC, no further use $600 Ph 0427051755

REDUCED 2 0 11 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 $115,000 Ph Keith 0418331262

Computers & Entertainment

Endless chain 2 ton, 6m drop, lengths, ex carport, suit woodworker, Beaver brand, green, never used hobbyist $450 Ph Steve 0432502452 Horsham REDUCED Ferguson Tea20, reco $170 Ph 0418504408 engine, new paint, new parts too Family Weber BBQ on trolley Oztrail tent, chalet 4 dome, sleeps numerous to mention, good tyres, $575ono Ph 0488714242 4 + 2, EC, used once $320 Ph inspection invited $3500ono Ph 0400622616 Willaura Firewood, 7x4 with create box, 0429491426 whitegum and redgum, del Horsham Semi Tipper, rusty ends, alloy, 36x6, Ph 0429647095 airbags, new roll tarp, grain chute, ready to work, 53200F $55,000 plus Gst Ph 0428528179 Simplicity air seeder 5700L, tow behind, 3 outlets, farmscan monitor, EC $16,000 plus Gst Ph 0428991814

Acer Aspire AZ3-605 all in one desktop, 23” touch screen, 4GB ram, 1TB hard drive, approx 4 yrs old $450 Ph 0428837235 Desktop PC, Intel 15, 1TB hard drive, 4G ram, Windows 10, Acer 22” LED monitor, keyboard mouse, Canon colour printer including Sockets for truck $100 the lot Ph 46 ink cartridges $520 the lot Ph 53911111 or 0427042750 Nhill 0408344902 Spitwater hot water cylinder, steam cleaner, 240v, to couple up with pressure washer for steam cleaning $1500 Ph 0428837235 Farm Machinery

Stock Crate Steel, 2 deck W8” x H6”3x L 17”8, will suit 16’ $2700inc 1989 Case 1680 header, 30’ 1010 Gst Ph 0419542569 bat front and finger reel, good REDUCED Caravan Concept tyres, smale p/plucker, 5635 engine Thompson long horn calf handler, Ascot 2008, excellent condition, hrs, trailers $24,200 inc Gst Ph adjustable, suitable for large sheep and goats $1250 Ph B & J Murphy awning full annex verandah, 0428951262 53826350 stored in shed $29,500ono Ph Case 580 D Backhoe, cabin, 3 dig 0407505380 Wool press, stevlyon mini-matic, GC buckets, one scraper bucket, hay $9000ono Ph 0429944504 REDUCED Caravan washing forks, tyres 90%, VGC $12,500 Ph machine, twin tub companion, as 0439824030 new, 1/2 price $100 Ph 0499776705 Chamberlain C670, 4500hrs, good For Sale or 0408315363 tyres, GC $6000 Ph 0438078628 REDUCED Jayco Freedom Pop Top 1 dozen fowlers no2 bottling jars 2001, Colorado awning, side curtain, with stainless steel lids and clips, front kitchen, m/wave, lounge, VGC $25 Ph 0428820113 s/beds, spacious van in EC, tare 17 fowlers no27 bottling jars, VGC 1185kg, light towing, very suitable for $20 Ph 0428820113 touring retirees, price will include all extras $13,000 Ph 0417368112 1959 MK2 Zepher motor $500 Ph 0418126577

Jayco Discovery Pop Top 2008 Connor Shea disc, 22 plate, 1 way, model, Island d/bed, double axle 17”, GC, $1800 Ph 0419778181 Japarit microwave, TV, zip on new annex, lots of extras, still like new, always shedded, had no big trips, only selling Roadstar Voyager 2004, off-road no use anymore, reg till 8/08/18 pop-top, 17’ 6”, EC $18,000 Ph $21,000 Ph 0400219814 0427058837 2000 bricks, as new $1000 for the lot or will separate Ph 0457570421 Roma 2001 18’6” tandem pop-top,

EC, island d/bed, a/c, TV, 3 way fridge, microwave, own 12v batt and charger, sway bars mirrors, full equip, too many extras to mention, good to tow, selling for health reasons Fire Fighting Unit, new motor and $16,000 Ph 53823142 pump, 800lt, poly tank, 2 hoses Toyota Campervan 1998, manual, $1400ono Ph 0428944462 EC, solar, new fridge, awnings, International 6-2 Combine, 20 row Jayco Outback Expanda 2008 tow bar, many extras $20,500 Ph SSB finger harrows $3300 inc Gst Ph 2006 Sterling prime mover cat Model 16.49-1, EC, Bartlett Annexe, 0403951251 C12motor, low kms, UAU326, 0419542569 $60,000ono plus Gst Ph 0498511395 A/C & heating, great storage, very Toyota Coaster Camper, 3l diesel, JD 9600 Harvester, 4,150 drum hrs, easy to tow, quick & easy to set d/bed, two-way fridge freezer, 930 flex front comb trailer, straw 3 wheel trolley on 8x4 rubber up, we have simply outgrown with a tyres, size 3’x4’, steel top $200 Ph microwave, cupboards, awnings, family of 5, serviced locally, tare mass 9mths rego, ZGN433T $12,000ono chopper, chaff spreader $25000 Ph 0419348196 0429871400 1484 ATM 1784 GTM 1620, $28,900 Ph 0481481577 44 Knucjey press wheels $560 each Ph Sally Ison 0407044580 John Shearer G series 28 row inc Gst Ph 0427504253 combine, GC $4500 Ph 0438078628 6 Person Adventure tent, quick

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John Shearer MK3 air seeder set up, only four weeks use $100 box, engine drive fan $3500 Ph 0459682780 0438078628 A.M.C ride on mower, 13hp, Honda, Massey Ferguson 55 series disc GC $1150ono Ph 0419346473 combine, 24 row, small seeds box Ballrace Turntable 0428989234 $1800 Ph 0438078628

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

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Massey Ferguson, 20 row combine, Viscount Grand Tourer pop top 13.50.28 tyres, SSB , Chamberlain caravan, two singles 16’ long, full 14 row offset disc, Trailerable length roll out awning VGC $7000 Ph backhoe, best offer, will separate Ph 0429303357 0419637796 Ararat

$650

Palms and cycads, from $5 - $30 large cycads also available Ph Fish tank, Aqua one, 1200x600x450, 0428504913 285L, with cabinet, tropical fish and Pine frame, large solid covered with accessories included Ph 0437834827 canvas and/or masonite, ideal for For sale for removal at Navarre, artist or just signage, can be painted self contained flat $30,000, conditions $40 each Ph 0439101170 apply. Ph 53574257 after 7pm

STIHL BGE61 elec garden leaf blower, used couple times, nothing wrong with it $100 Ph 53911111 or 0427042750 Nhill Stihl chainsaw, model MS 210, 14” bar, in EC $250 Ph 0487592270 Tandem trailer, 12’ x 6’, 7 feet tow pull, 14”x LT tyres, reg TO4887 $2950 Ph 0458681119 Tandem trailer, 12’x6’, powder coated, new wiring lights, brakes, truck tyres, coupling registered Y62145 $3000 Ph 0407309921 Tent 2x4m, teepee style GC $150, swag $120 Ph 0400254859 Thomas organ including stool and books $200ono Ph 0417306125 Willaura Tipper Trucks Isuzu NKR, axle 4x2, 4yo engine 4BE1, spare parts, unregistered, GVM5200, 327,363km $6000 Ph 0417195348

Trailer 6x4, new fresh paint, new bearings, new tyres, new front and rear tailgates, new wiring, very neat trailer $650 Ph 0407046864

For the handyman, quantity new and used timber lengths, steel door track 1650cm, screws etc, bench grinder new, pine frames, solid canvas/masonite covered ideal for artist or signage Ph 0439101170 Fridgemate fridge/freezer 70L, 240-12V $500ono Ph 53562532 Great Western

Tropical fish tank, including all accessories $300 Ph 0419369921

Galvanised Tank, 188cm wide, 152cm high, 3000L of water, valued at $550, near new $550 Ph 53840317 Polymaster 4500Ltr squat tank, Gas heater, Rinnai Energysaver 2.15 diameter, 1.38 inlet height, 1001FT with flue $500 Ph 1.58 overall height, VGC $550 Ph 0429092059 0418396669 Ararat

Ultimate free standing heater, VGC $700 Ph 0400579340 Victa tilt-a-cut lawn edger, 2 stroke, EC, nearly new $225 Ph 0400163346 Vulcan hot water service, 315L, twin elements, GC, working perfectly $400ono Ph 0439855335 Balmoral

Power fit, brand new, unopened, unwanted gift $500ono Ph 53857469 War book collection, 150 books Ph 0434031418 Pressed bricks, approx 300, Weld Corp contact tips socket set uncleaned $100 Ph 0418891332 32-50, 30-19 ratch and bars etc, never used $600 Ph Lee 0458441690 or Russell 0484923908 Ararat Westinghouse side by side fridge/freezer, 680l, VGC $700 Ph 0400579340

Generator 2.5 Kipor $1250 Ph 0417291007 Generator 2.5 KVA Mishto, near new condition $650 Ph 0437688336 REDUCED Airborne Edge Trike Generator 5.8KVA Honda, Gx340, Rotax 582, fully equipped trailer, full instruments, full set of travel VGC $1050 Ph 0427199411 covers, 1 helmet, air borne edge Genuine Powerfit E380 machine, wing, 2 headsets, all in GC $6000 Ph remote, instructions and bands, 0428519879 minimal usage $500 Ph 0417082252 REDUCED Camping trailer, Grader Board for Hire, Greg Bills Grampians Trakka 2010, lights, earthmoving, 40ft, Ph 0427853675 water, sink $5500 Ph 0428504816

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

Household Items 2 mattresses and base sets, near new $200 each Ph 53822383 4 wooden kangaroo chairs, circa 1910, EC $450 Ph 0432502452

REDUCED Portable toilet, 20L 6 seater wrought iron dinning Adventuridge, with zip up canvas suite, glass top table, EC $250 Ph carry bag, as new $80 Ph 53824210 0417812635 REDUCED US army duffle bags Bedroom suite, bed head, 2 bedside X5 large, bodyworx exercise bike drawers, 6 drawer dressing table $300 Ph 0438096662 $100ono each Ph 0458687009

Hydraulic log splitter, 30 tonne, fully assembled and test run, 6mths full warranty $1470 ing Gst Ph 53 891541 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 Ph or Russell 0484923908 Ararat

Round bales vetch or pasture hay Blackwood extension dining table and chairs, Circa 1900, VGC $850 Ph 0427895097 Ph 0429113383 Saia oat seed 17T at $500 plus Gst Chefs Tool Box, Pressure Cooker a ton Ph 0427838221 $150, Ph 53827582 Scotts road bicycle carbon with all new running gear complete $999ono Coolabah pizza gas oven, new in box $150 Ph 53527043 Ph 0422331214 Singer treadle machine $100 Ph Daikin reverse cycle ducted split aircon, indoor/outdoor and transitions 0438871386 $500 Ph 53822245 Single beds x 2, white cast-iron heads and ends, easy-assemble Dining setting extension table, 8 steel frames and timber slats, padded leather chairs, very good VGC, no mattresses $50 each Ph condition $350 Ph 0438096662

Lumina fridge, absorption 3 way Bath Corner, 1100x1100, new in $150ono Ph 53562532 Great 0407357985 Western packaging $650 Ph 0400813822 Solid red gum coffee table x 2 plus Billiard table, slate base 3’10” x 7’5”, Makita blower/vac, model RBL 250, 2 stoney pine coffee tables rare, several cues, rack & balls $800 Ph complete with bag and tubes, VGO 2 stools, .5m x 1m $100-$200 Ph 0417306125 Willaura $110 Ph 0487592270 0458687009

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Double bed base, GC, 6.5kg Simpson 6.5kg washing machine, GC $160 or will separate Ph 0438096662

Full size freestanding dishwasher, EC, seldom used $150 Ph 53811039

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Household Items

Mobility Aids

Queen bedroom suite includes Disability scooter/gopher, 12mths bedside drawers, tallboy, dresser old $900ono Ph 0431523253 $500 Ph 0427098203 Ararat 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

Musical Instruments

Motor Vehicles under $3000

Piano, Alex Steinbach Sonata Toyota Camry, white, cruise control, Ironframe on castors, polished walnut IJM5DE $2500 Ph 0457941402 colour, with padded stool and music books in storage compartment, EC, Motor Vehicles $1500ono Ph Diane 0437373068

$3000 - $10,000

Invacare Alpine Comet, EC, cost $6600 sell $3200 Ph 0427886272 REDUCED Gopher Invacare Auriga 10, comes with all weather covering, VGC $1500 Ph 0429855165 REDUCED Recliner pride lift REDUCED Gold velvet lounge suite, chair, EC, 2017 model, burgundy 2 chairs, 2 x 2 seater lounge, very GC fabric, bargain $600 can deliver Ph 53812884 or 0437913081 $300 Ph 0438822470 Horsham Thurmer piano with matching Shower screen panel and door, REDUCED Shoprider electric tapestry duet stool $2000ono Ph W84.5cm and H182cm, GC, toliet mobility scooter, used once, EC, 53825193 Horsham and cistern white $90 or will separate cost $5500 selling for $3000, comes Yamaha Organ and stool, books to with instruction manual and warranty Ph 0411300850 learn to play $100ono Ph 53861111 Ph 0418578583 Triangle marble top bench with white basin insert, cold taps and Motor Vehicle towel rail $40 Ph 0411300850

Marine

Motorcycles

Accessories

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

Dominator Hi-Stall, 3000 PPM, suit FMX $300 Ph 0428827786

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 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

Hilux 2017 SR5 white tub, rear step and alloy bar $1100 Ph 0429944504 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

2000 Mazda MX5, ready for summer, 194,000kms, 12mths rego, near new tyres, new soft top and hardtop, RWC, TFJ680 $8450ono Ph 0439904404

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

Motor Vehicles over $20,000

2008 Hyundai i30 SX, diesel, auto, blue, VGC, one owner, full service history, rego October 2018, RWC, 84,344kms, WQO021 $9500 Ph 53827065

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

2007 Toyota Corolla Ascent auto sedan, only 25,000kms on speedo, 2008 VW Jetta, 2.0 6spd auto, service record book supplied, one RWC, EC, reg until 2/19, 86,000km, elderly owner, perfect for first car, 1GT4MN $7900 Ph 0428842251 EC $12,000 UXV006 Ph 0400340983 2010 Toyota Tarago GLI 2.4L, 8 2009 Hyundai i30, 5spd manual, after 4pm seater people mover, in VGC, petrol, always serviced, well with 143,000kms, safety pack-all RWC, 6mths reg, 168,000kms, round air bags, new tyres and full 1CV7ZJ $7500 Ph 0419184505 service history ZLJ273 $20,990 Ph 0428538145 2009 Proton Jumbuck only

38,457kms, manual, power steering, aircon, just serviced, new battery, full service history, front brake 2001 Toyota Corolla, manual, rotors, RWC, XLS297 $9000 Ph Holden 2009 SSV V8 auto, towbar, RWC, 98,000kms QTS821 $4000 Ph 0427844838. with RWC, immaculate, 120,000kms, 55995360 WUE211 $19,500 pH 0417590716 2002 Anniversary model SAAB, 2011 VW Golf wagon, 7spd auto, convertible, EC, RWC, WFI475 one owner, regular services, new tyres, 124,000kms, YKD607 $9500 $7500 Ph 0427825158 Ph 0407605615 2002 Toyota Hilux, extra cab, alloy wheels, canopy, GC, some panel Ford 2005 4x4, t/diesel, tray, RWC, damage, 201,000kms, RRL492 lockable tool boxes, good ute. $3800 Ph 0419303839 180,000kms, 457EFK $8750 Ph 2003 Mazda 6 Luxury sedan auto, 53548205 leather, electric, seat windows roof, 6 airbags, reg Aug, one owner, RWC, Hyundai i30 Elite 2013 Model, sat 163,000kms, SYO514 $6500neg Ph nav, reverse camera, GC, 45,000kms, 53811850 or 0417374766 AAM062 $14,200 Ph 0447894254

2012 Honda ct 110 postie, rego 1P7WO 01/19, red, plus extras, 15,610kms $2400 + Gst Ph Tony Brand 53811727 or 0418811737

Ford Focus Zetec, 2009, auto, hatch, reg till 08/18 102,000kms XFC659 $9500ono Ph 0400573984 Hilux 2008 Workmate Ute, 4x2, 2.7L, 74,500kms reg till 05/18, RWC, VGC, WLN085 $10,000ono Ph 0438583721

2014 Holden Commodore SV6 sportwagon, GC, great family car or first car, elec windows, reversing camera/sensors, 60,XXXkms, vin # 6G1FB8E33EL961487 $24,990 Ph Andrew 0428380775

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 Nissan Navara ST-X 2009, steps, GME UHF with broomstick 6sd manual, A/C ABS brakes, aerial, reg until Sept 18, 1CW8AG 4x4, airbags, 16” alloy wheels, 6 $41,000 Ph 0427987001 stacker CD, RWC, 188,000kms, vin# VSKCVND40AO354639 $16,000ONO pH 0423662397

2015 Benelli BN302, rego 1R3UT 03/18, 6,638kms, white, plus extras Savage 3.7m fibre glass, 40hp $3,500 no Gst Ph Tony Brand evinrude, forward controls, hull 53811727 or 0418811737 SR889, trailer X31568 $1800 Ph 2015 Benelli bn600gt, reg 1N9QL Steel Ute Tray, to suit 2012 Hilux 0488325634 02/19, 2,692kms, white, plus $1200 Ph 0407535836 Savage Mako 5.5m fibreglass extras $6,000 + Gst Ph Tony Brand Yamaha 130 saltwater 53811727 or 0418811737 Motor Vehicles series, 181 hours, under $3000 trailer rego P25815 Motorcycle box trailer, just Boat rego GQ818 $29,000 Ph registered, VGC $1250 Ph 53564288 1990 Toyota Hilux tray ute, FNP591 0419542569 REDUCED Honda CRF100 2009 $1000 Ph 0418891332 Ski Boat Rolco Evolution, 2009, model, very little use, in new LS3 motor FNR, hi tower, Bimini, low condition, JH2HEO3U38KZ00106, hrs, easy tow trailer, full travel covers, $1950 Ph 0439329646 as new $36,500 Ph 0408504369

2007 Holden Epica CDXI, 2.5L petrol, auto, cruise, climate control, pwr windows, ABS, 6 airbags, regularly serviced, one owner, excellent reg, new windscreen, RWC, WCE999 $6500 Ph 0409549714

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Karts action at Dooen Wimmera Kart Club will present the third round of the 2018 Victorian Country Series at its Dooen circuit this weekend. Organisers expect more than 200 competitors to race on Saturday and Sunday in a series that has already featured rounds at Cobden and Ballarat. The 518-metre Dooen

INSIGHT: Ollie McNaught and his father Scott McNaught travelled from Tyabb to Dooen to get in some practice before the third round of the Victorian Country Series. Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

circuit on the banks of the Wimmera River features seven corners and is likely to test drivers in most of the 13 classes up for grabs. The series will continue after Horsham at Warrnambool on July 21, Hamilton on September 9 and Portland on October 20.

INTER-SCHOOL CHALLENGE: Horsham district students competed at the HCPSSA interschool junior athletics carnival at Horsham’s Dudley Cornell Park last week. Pictured, from left to right, Charlie Henry, Horsham West, takes the lead; Adrianne Lupton, Ss Michael and John’s, leaps high during long jump; and Horsham Primary School’s Ava Cross competes in long jump. Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

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Preusker’s golden run in two states H

orsham trainer Paul Preusker enjoyed a superb weekend, training four winners across two states.

Firstly, it was Preusker’s impressive last-start Horsham winner I Am Someone contesting a 1050-metre handicap at Morphettville with Declan Bates aboard the exciting three-year-old. After being a little tardy, I Am Someone soon mustered good speed to settle in the box seat. The Onemorenomore gelding travelled sweetly before the turn, and when balanced was given clear galloping room and began to let down strongly. I Am Someone proved too nippy over the short course, scoring by a length and a half. The McKenzie Creek stable turned its attention to a Wimmera meeting at Donald, where it had a strong hand. Recent stable acquisition Astro-

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Jack In The Ditch out-stayed his rivals, scoring by a length and a half.

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belle lined up in a 1000-metre maiden plate and despite racing deeply for most of the trip, the Astronomer Royal mare was too strong under Dean Holland, saluting by a half-length. Lotza Focus soon added to the tally with a barnstorming run in a 1200-metre handicap. The son of Strategic Maneuver relished the soft-five track conditions, scoring easily. Lastly, it was Jack In The Ditch in the final event, the 2000-metre Donald Football Club Handicap for Horsham jockey Christine Puls. The restricted-class stayer dashed to the front at the 600-metre mark, and made it a true stamina test.

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Telopea Downs trainer Darryl Dodson also tasted success at Morphettville last weekend. The Dodson stable had emerging galloper Bertwhistle engaged in an 1800-metre handicap with Alfred Chan in the saddle. The daughter of Al Maher was aided by a gun ride from Chan and dashed clear over the concluding stages, saluting by one-and-a-half lengths.

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Sutton Grange trainer Brent Stanley produced a smart debutante The August in a 1200-metre twoyear-old classic. The August, $12, a son of I Am Invincible, found the best going on the crown of the track, flashing home late for a three-quarter-length win with John Keating aboard.

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FUNDING BOOST: Laharum Cricket Club president Ben Peucker, right, accepts a cheque for $32,500 from Cricket Victoria regional cricket manager Tony Caccaviello. The club was successful in securing the funding from Cricket Victoria and Cricket Australia’s National Community Facilities Funding Scheme. The money will go towards a $650,000 change-room project at Cameron Oval. The finished product, due to be completed mid year, will provide modern change rooms for footballers, netballers, cricketers and other community users such as fire-fighters.

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urtoa Railway and the Piccolo Nuggets are favourites to fight out a Volleyball Horsham C Grade Lightning Spike Challenge after finishing on top of their respective pools.

The Murtoa team went through to two rounds undefeated while the Nuggets dropped one game and finished on top, percentage ahead of the Von Steiger Shadows in pool B. While the top teams will get the advantage of progressing straight through to quarter finals, the teams below them will be keen

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to show they will contend after showing good form in the second round. The Pringles boys are proof of this, having had the Murtoa team on the ropes leading 39-36 with two minutes left on the clock, but could not deliver the killer blow. The Murtoa team stormed home to win 44-41. Another team that will fancy their chances will be the Murtoa Lizards. They drew with the Pringles 36-36 and were right in the game against the Railway team. They would have gone back and watched the recording of the game and

will learn plenty for when the finals come around. The Von Steiger Shadows have improved each game and with the introduction of Frank Sweet to their team look much stronger. With the shortened format of two 12-minute halves, along with the modified scoring for service aces and kill blocks, all teams are finding they are never out of the contest. With the same intensity and fast play, coupled with finals like atmosphere, anything could happen. Finals for this competition will be Monday fortnight, while A and B grades play on May 30.

Golfers off to Harrow Wimmera veteran golfers will head to Harrow for a Wimmera – Glenelg – South East challenge on Monday. They take on the Harrow course after 47 players took part in a stableford competition in sunny conditions at Minyip. Ron Pouliot won A Grade

with 41 points from Peter Kelly, 40, while Graeme Moncrieff, also 41, won B Grade from Ivan Reinheimer, 38. C Grade went to Robert Ellis with 38 from Jim McIntyre, 37. The next Wimmera veterans event will be at Dimboola on June 4.

FAMILY AFFAIR: From left, Hugh, Adelle, Connor and Lachlan Weidemann of Rupanyup will compete in Greater Western region cross country finals in Warrnambool.

Fast feet in Weidemann family Four children from Rupanyup’s Weidemann family will head to Warrnambool next month after qualifying for Greater Western region cross country finals. Rupanyup Primary School students Hugh, 8, Adelle, 10, and Connor, 12, enjoyed success at Black Ranges level at St Arnaud at the start of the month. Hugh finished second in the 10-year-old boys race after winning the same event at Dunmunkle cluster cross country level. This will be his first time competing at a Greater Western competition. Adelle will run at Greater Western level for the second time after winning the Black Ranges 11-year-old girls race, while Connor enjoyed a convincing win in the 12-year-old boys event at St Arnaud. He has competed in state cross country championships twice. Murtoa College student Lachlan, 13, won the secondary school 14-year-old boys Black Ranges race at Murtoa last week. He has contested Greater Western region competitions in the past and made it to the state championships on one occasion. The students’ mother Andrea Weidemann said she

was thrilled to see them all progress to the next level. “Although they don’t do running competitively, other than at the school cross country, the Weidemann children enjoy running, especially the boys,” she said. “They all participated in the Run for the Kids fun run earlier this year, with the older boys running in the 15-kilometre run.” Mrs Weidemann said her children were keenly preparing for their races in Warrnambool. “They have marked the two-kilometre and three-kilometre distances on fence posts by the road outside our farming property and regularly go for a run.” The Black Ranges competition hosted students from schools in Ararat, Northern Grampians, Buloke and Yarriambiack municipalities, while students from Horsham, West Wimmera and Hindmarsh municipalities competed in Little Desert cross country finals at Kaniva. The top students from each age group qualified for the Greater Western region cross country finals, on June 1.

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ith Country Cups done and dusted for the season and both the Vicbred and Breeders Crown Series yet to start, lovers of the trots can turn their attention to New Zealand and Sweden during the next few weeks.

Across the ditch, the Harness Jewels is New Zealand’s premier championship harness racing event of the year, where the season’s best horses, drivers, trainers, breeders and owners compete for the Harness Jewels Crowns in nine, group-one races. With more than $1.2-million in stakes, the Harness Jewels, first run in 2007, is the richest race day in New Zealand and is yet to see an Australian horse in the winners circle. But this year might finally be the one where the Aussies take home some of

the Kiwi spoils, with a record number of our invitations being accepted. To date we have Wobelee, Jilliby Kung Fu, Custodian, Carla’s Pixel, Shez All Rock and Platinum Revolution as confirmed starters at Cambridge Raceway on Jewels Day, June 2.

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In Sweden, our star trotting mare Maori Time has arrived after a daunting 40-plus-hour journey to tackle the world’s best trotters in the iconic Elitloppet Trot at Solvalla for her owner Fred Crews, trainer Brent Lilley and driver Todd McCarthy. As prominent harness historian John Peck said: “Let no-one be under any illusion of the challenge that Maori Time is confronted with, to even qualify for the final in the same-day heats-final affair – to get through would be a magnificent achievement.”

Only six horses from down under have raced in the Elitloppet and only one, Pride Of Petite has qualified for the final. Solvalla on Elitloppet Day is sensational, so make sure you turn to your television, tablet or mobile phone late on May 27 for the coverage and cheer on the Aussie team.

Ararat

Ararat Harness Racing Club will host Harness Racing Victoria chief executive David Martin for the Wimmera edition of his 2018 Roadshow at R.T. White Raceway at 7.30pm on Tuesday.  The public forum will see Mr Martin review the state of play for trots in Victoria, examining the progress since 2017 and looking towards the challenges and priorities for 2019 and beyond.  It’s a great opportunity for harness

participants, industry stake-holders, fans and interested community members to update their knowledge, hear first hand from major decision-makers and make genuine contributions with their input to the continuing forward momentum. Further information is available from Ararat club secretary Amanda Kilpatrick on 0421 550 774.

Calendar

Harness Racing Victoria’s 2018-19 racing calendar reveals 441 race meetings across the state during the year, starting on July 1. It includes more than 40 Saturday night meetings at Tabcorp Park, Melton. The Vicbred Super Series has also undergone changes, with semi-finals spread over two nights in 2019, on June 28 and 29. Across the Wimmera, Ararat will

stage six meetings, with its cup meeting moved away from Easter to a Friday night, on February 22.  Stawell will race at Laidlaw Park nine times, including its cup meeting on December 2, The Maori Legend meeting on July 19 and Australia Day trots on the Monday public holiday, January 28.  Horsham is set to stage 10 meetings, with the Noel Smith Memorial Invitation Drivers Championship on Labour Day Monday, March 11, and The Weekly Advertiser Horsham Pacing Cup meeting three weeks later on March 31.  The St Arnaud Club again hosts two meetings, with its cup meeting on November 11 and the Birchip Mallee Bull Sunday event will be on March 10. 

Hunter bags rare rookie hat-trick It’s taken four years, including 12 months recovery from a ruptured achilles tendon, and a lot of selfdoubt for Naomi Hunter to finally achieve her maiden cross country win. Hunter’s gutsy effort in the five-kilometre Stephen Baird Handicap completed an unprecedented hat-trick of wins for Stawell Amateur Athletic Club rookies in the past three weeks. “This can’t be happening,” Hunter said within sight of the finish after withstanding a late challenge from runner-up Luke Baker, who finished just eight seconds in arrears. Naomi’s husband David, also on the comeback trail after injury, was third. “I know you’re not supposed to look behind in a race but I could see Luke coming and I thought, if I can sprint as hard as I can I might win this,” Naomi Hunter said. Hunter, who has raced just 16 times, failing to finish twice from a possible 44 races since 2015, missed the 2017 season after a surgical procedure to repair her

achilles. She is a monument to perseverance, having previously retired from team sports after a knee and ankle reconstructions. “I have never thought about winning before and can’t believe that I have. I only ever think about making it to the finish line,” she said. Unwilling to risk strenuous long-distance running, speed work or treadmill to improve her fitness, Hunter has taken to the gym and credits that for improving her strength and stamina, which she hopes will prepare her for a half marathon in Melbourne in October. In a sub-junior one-kilometre event, Colten Kenny jumped for joy when announced as the winner on handicap from determined chasers Olivia Hunter and Kayla Membrey. The club combines with the Stawell and Ararat Cross Country Club this Saturday for the eight-kilometre Lindsay Kent Memorial Handicap. Fun runners are welcome and should meet at the Pipetrack Road car park behind Stawell’s airport DETERMINED: Naomi Hunter on the track at for a 10am start.  – Keith Lofthouse Stawell.

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Ararat made the long journey up the highway to play Southern Mallee Giants and in the end Ararat prevailed 53-49. Ararat started strongly and moved the ball quickly down the court, with centre Kate Bligh and wing attack Jess Williamson dynamic in attack, taking the pressure off goalies Tayla Borrelli and Delaney McLoughlan. Ararat’s major concern was the Giants’ tall timber in attack, with former Firebirds player Janelle Lawson lining up under the ring and hard to stop. Ararat players Racquel Scott in goal defence and Monique Scott, wing defence, had to win the ball outside the circle and finished the contest with best-on-court honours. Goal-keeper Tahnee Walker also did her best on the ex-national netballer. Teams were even in the dying minutes of the game but Ararat ultimately won by four goals. The Giants trailed at every change, but through Codie Marie Robins and Maddelyne Foott came back strongly in the second half. At Warracknabeal meanwhile, Warrack Eagles scored a significant 47-37 win over Horsham. Eagles keeper Jess Kelly and wing attack Zandria Malone were standouts

for the winners, while best for Horsham were new recruit Casey Jess and Olivia Jones. The contest was close for three quarters, Horsham winning the first but the Eagles gaining an edge in the second. The Eagles extended a lead to four at the last change and ran away with the contest, capitalising on Horsham mistakes. The contest was physical and it was the Eagles’ experience and teamwork that prevailed. Horsham is looking forward to a break this week before it takes take on powerhouse Minyip-Murtoa in round five. The Eagles will take on unbeaten Ararat, also after a week off. Minyip-Murtoa proved too strong for Nhill Tigers, winning 62-22. The Tigers had a tough day at the office and while matching the Burras for a large portion of the game, lapses of concentration and difficulty converting under the post led to an ultimate blow-out. Kirby Knight and Maddi Morgan shared goal-shooting duties for the winners, with Morgan performing well against tight defence. Billie Bibby controlled the centre well and earned best-on-court honours and defensive pressure forced Nhill errors. Paula Wiedermann was miserly in defence.

FULL STRETCH: Stawell’s Ebony Summers shoots around Horsham Saint Gabby O’Brien. The Saints defeated Stawell 64-53.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER For the Tigers, captain Lauren Tink was exceptional at wing attack and Emma Hawker had a strong game in defence. The Tigers will take on Horsham Saints after this week’s break. Horsham Saints beat Stawell 64-53 in the remaining game, with goal attack Abby Hallam and Gabby O’Brien

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National selection Wimmera netballers Sacha McDonald and Maggie Caris have won selection in national squads. Victorian Fury netballer McDonald, whose home club is Edenhope-Apsley, made the 19 and under national squad. Caris, from Horsham Saints, was selected in both 17 and under and tall athlete squads. The squads were selected after the National Netball Championships. Athletes were chosen based on the demonstration of their potential as well as their performances throughout the six-day tournament. Both McDonald and Caris will attend national squad camps at the Netball Centre of Excellence in Canberra. The 19 and under and tall athlete camp will run from July 9 to 12, with the 17 and under camp from October 1 to 5. The national squad camps will feature an international competition, with New Zealand and England sending teams to train and participate in practice matches. The tall athlete program aims to foster and develop taller athletes and features specialist coaching along with additional development and learning opportunities for both goalies and defenders.

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ompetition for top-five positions has continued to tighten up in Mininera and District Football League as teams use a general bye this weekend to reload for a big mid-season push.

Wickliffe-Lake Bolac sits unbeaten and a game clear of the field on the top of the ladder, but only percentage separates Penshurst, Moyston-Willaura, GlenthompsonDunkeld in second, third and fourth spots respectively. Great Western and Tatyoon are next, both with three wins from five games. Last week, Great Western ran into Glenthompson-Dunkeld, finishing in arrears by 44 points, while Tatyoon had an important 19-point win over Woorndoo-Mortlake. Wickliffe-Lake Bolac consolidated its position with a comprehensive win over SMW Rovers and Moyston-Willaura finished 38 points better than Ararat Eagles in an intriguing game at Ararat’s Alexandra Oval. Penshurst scored a 10-goal-plus win over Lismore-Derrinallum and Hawkesdale-Macarthur ran away with a contest against Caramut. Entering the bye at the weekend, Sam Cocks leads the league’s goal-kicking table with 23 goals at an average of 4.6 majors a game. Chris Eales from Penshurst has 22 and Hawkesdale-Macarthur’s Patrick Sinnott, TOP FORM: Great Western’s Sam Cocks currently leads 21. Wickliffe-Lake Bolac’s William Slattery the league’s goal-kicking table with 23 goals at an average is sitting fourth with 20. of 4.6 majors a game.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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This week: AFL Community Championships, Bellarine v Wimmera at Horsham City Oval, 2pm. ACE Radio’s Local Football Live team will broadcast the match from 1.30pm. Last week: Horsham 11.18 (84) d Warrack Eagles 9.10 (64), Southern Mallee Giants 15.13 (103) d Ararat 10.4 (64), Horsham Saints 11.20 (86) d Stawell 5.11 (41), Minyip-Murtoa 15.13 (103) d Nhill 10.12 (72). Ladder: Horsham 16 points, 230.48 percent; Minyip-Murtoa 12, 181.58; Ararat 12, 179.73; Southern Mallee Giants 8, 110.67; Warrack Eagles 8, 100.31; Horsham Saints 8, 99.47; Stawell Warriors 8, 59.03; Nhill 4, 72.56; Dimboola 4, 11.83.

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This week: AFL Community Championships, Horsham District v Ellinbank and District, City Oval – Ballarat, 2pm. Last week: Edenhope-Apsley 10.7 (67) d Laharum 8.7 (55), Kalkee 12.12 (84) d Natimuk United 12.8 (80), Harrow-Balmoral 9.19 (73) d Noradjuha-Quantong 6.4 (40), Swifts 21.18 (144) d Taylors Lake 8.7 (55), Jeparit-Rainbow 15.13 (103) d Rupanyup 7.5 (47). Ladder: Jeparit-Rainbow 24 points, 291.94 percent; Harrow-Balmoral 24, 239.43; Kalkee 20, 209.81; Swifts 16, 147.86; Edenhope-Apsley 16, 105.28; Natimuk United 12, 140.59; Laharum 12, 111.70; Noradjuha-Quantong 8, 95.95; Rupanyup 4, 72.22; Taylors Lake 4, 18.97; Pimpinio 4, 15.93.

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This week: AFL Community Championships, Southern Football Netball League v North Central at Boort Park, 2.15pm. Last week: Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers 19.12 (126) d Boort 9.6 (60), Charlton 14.8 (92) d St Arnaud 5.11 (41), Donald 10.8 (68) d Wedderburn 8.7 (55), Birchip-Watchem 12.12 (84) d Wycheproof-Narraport 7.4 (46). Ladder: Birchip-Watchem 20 points, 225.76 percent; Wycheproof-Narraport 16, 119.94; Donald 12, 140.93; St Arnaud 12, 80.60; Wedderburn 8, 81.84; Sea-Lake Nandaly Tigers 4, 84.11; Boort 4, 76.37; Charlton 4, 73.57.

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(104) d Ararat Eagles 9.12 (66), Penshurst 14.18 (102) d Lismore-Derrinallum 4.13 (37), Glenthompson-Dunkeld 12.14 (86) d Great Western 6.6 (42), Wickliffe-Lake Bolac 16.22 (118) d SMW Rovers 6.5 (41), Hawkesdale-Macarthur 24.13 (157) d Caramut 6.11 (47), Tatyoon 11.5 (71) d Woorndoo-Mortlake 6.16 (52). Ladder: Wickliffe-Lake Bolac 20 points, 185.26 percent; Penshurst 16, 180.54; Moyston-Willaura 16, 155.65; Glenthompson-Dunkeld 16, 111.04; Great Western 12, 120.53; Tatyoon 12, 104.45; Woorndoo-Mortlake 8, 121.

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BY DEAN LAWSON

orsham District football will take centre stage at Ballarat City Oval on Saturday as league representatives attempt to build on success from last year.

The Green and Gold takes on Ellinbank and District in an interleague clash on neutral ground halfway between the leagues and needs to win to continue clawing its way up state rankings. Horsham District sat 28th in AFL Victoria Community Championship standings after interleague games last year, despite a crushing 90-point win over Colac and District. The result more than blew away memories of a 2016 disaster against Maryborough-Castlemaine, but the reputation-rebuilding job is far from done. Horsham District coach Nick Pekin said his collective team was looking forward to the clash and to continue

working on an upward ranking trend. “The team is looking very promising. We have the squad that wants to be there and is committed to the cause,” he said. “I said all along that I wanted as much player buy-in as possible and I think we have that. “I’ve told the boys that we need to be climbing back up the ranks and start getting the league reputation back to where it belongs. “The players will get a lot out of this experience. “Interleague, apart from stepping up to play a better standard of footy, is great for developing broad relationships and improving generally. “It’s about attitude and Scott Carey from Swifts is a case in point. He has a broken hand and can’t play, but instead is now our runner.” Pekin said he was keen for his team to play a fast and attacking style of football and capitalise on a depth of midfield runners.

“We’ll be rotating the mids flat-out – I believe we have the players to do that – and we want to win,” he said. “Importantly, the guys who want to be there are there, which means they will have a red-hot go. “They have put their hands up, done the work and now want to prove themselves.”

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Pekin, who will have significant onfield leadership duties, has a potent brains trust on the bench behind him with decorated club leaders Gareth Hose in charge of defence, Guy Smith the midfield and Tim Inkster the forward line. A possible team appears well balanced with a broad cross-section of players from across the league. Swifts’ power-packed goal-kicking group is well represented with Damon Folkes and Andrew Cameron in the teeth of goals with Edenhope-Apsley’s Damian Monaghan.

There is also plenty of venom across half forward with Harrow-Balmoral’s Anthony Close holding the key centre-half-forward position and flanked by Kalkee gun Simon Hobbs and mercurial Natimuk United sharpshooter Nathan Koenig. In defence, Matthew Butler from Edenhope-Apsley and Swifts’ Liam Scott have key-position duties. Dustin Cross, Liam Jakobi and Taylor Milner will provide critical support alongside Angus Martin. There is plenty of action expected through the middle, where everyone from Pekin, Ben Taylor, Jacob Cocks, Sam McClure, Edenhope-Apsley, and Ryan Folkes will be primed for a tagteam with the likes of Cam Bruce, Alex Ridsdale, Baillie Batchelor, Bart Nolan and Matt Healy. Strength in the air is often pivotal in champion games and all eyes will be on the impact Harrow-Balmoral ruckman Todd Lawrence has on the game. Under-16 and under-18 games will

be curtain raisers to the senior action. Possible team B: Taylor Milner, Edenhope-Apsley; Matthew Butler, Edenhope-Apsley; Liam Jakobi, Pimpinio. HB: Dustin Cross, Noradjuha-Quantong; Liam Scott, Swifts; Angus Martin, Laharum. C: Sam McClure, Edenhope-Apsley; Ben Taylor, Swifts; Jacob Cocks, Jeparit-Rainbow. HF: Simon Hobbs, Kalkee; Anthony Close, Harrow-Balmoral; Nathan Koenig, Natimuk United. F: Andrew Cameron, Swifts; Damon Folkes, Swifts; Damian Monaghan, Edenhope-Apsley. Foll: Todd Lawrence, Harrow-Balmoral; Nick Pekin, Harrow-Balmoral; Ryan Folkes, Swifts. Inter: Jack Vague, Noradjuha-Quantong; Cam Bruce, Noradjuha-Quantong; Baillie Batchelor, Kalkee; Bart Nolan, Edenhope-Apsley; Matt Healy, Swifts; Alex Ridsdale, Natimuk United.

Salter back to balance Roos side BY SARAH SCULLY Harrow-Balmoral’s quest to advance up the Horsham District A Grade ladder has received a boost with the return of multiple league best and fairest winner Ebonie Salter. Salter, who made her way back into the line-up on Saturday after having a baby a couple of months ago, slotted back into defence alongside talented junior Ella Rees. Coach Amy Lewis said Salter’s return would allow the Southern Roos to have a good mix of youth and experience at both ends of the court. “Having Eb back also allows Megan Russell to be that versatile player who can play in the midcourt, but also swing back into defence if we need her to,” she said. “Megan is so strong, fit and fast. There aren’t too many centres who have such an impact defensively. She took quite a few intercepts on the weekend.” Russell was named best on court in the Southern Roos’ 25-goal win

over Noradjuha-Quantong on Saturday. After a close first quarter, the visitors pulled away to dominate the scoreboard for the rest of the match. Lewis put the strong result down to a team effort. “This week every single player on the court did their job for a full four quarters,” she said. “I don’t know if it was bouncing back after a disappointing onegoal loss or what it was, but everyone worked really hard. “Despite the result it was a very high work-rate game. You felt the whole time that if you took your foot off the pedal, they would peg back the margin.” Lucy Brand, 19 goals, and defender Brooke Pay were the Bombers’ best, while Sammy Crick had an impact in the midcourt for Harrow-Balmoral. The Southern Roos will now turn their attention to ladder leader Laharum after the interleague break. Lewis said she looked forward to the challenge.

“Because of the bye we’ll have a practice match on Thursday night so we have another game in our legs before we come up against them,” she said. “It’s going to be a tough match – they haven’t lost a game – but I’m looking forward to seeing how it unfolds.”

Comprehensive win

Laharum is coming off a comprehensive 35-goal win over fourth-placed Edenhope-Apsley. Demons defenders Ema Iredell and Erin Mellington shone in the victory, making it difficult for the Saints goalies to score. Defender Cynthia Watt was best for Edenhope-Apsley, while Kara Shuttleworth worked tirelessly in wing attack to feed the ball to her goalies. Second-placed Natimuk United also enjoyed a big triumph over another top-six side, downing Kalkee by 35 goals. A 21-goal to one-goal second term set up the victory. Midcourters Millie McRae and Jaymi O’Connor tried hard for the

Kees but defenders Jo Taylor and Casey Vanstan were resolute in defence, stopping many attempts at goal. Michaela Armer, 29 goals, and Jade Ralph, 32, helped thirdplaced Swifts to a 30-goal win over Taylors Lake. Despite the margin, the Lakers scored quite well, helped by a best-on-court effort from goal attack Sophie Heard, 12 goals, and Danielle Johnson, 19. Jeparit-Rainbow and Rupanyup played out the closest match of the round, with Rupanyup pulling away to win by 10 goals, 47-37. Centre Alex Downes and goal shooter Blair Burke were the Panthers’ most influential players, while the Storm was best served by defenders Bridget McKenzie and Olivia Revell. Round-six results: Laharum d Edenhope-Apsley 52-17, HarrowBalmoral d Noradjuha-Quantong 51-26, Swifts d Taylors Lake 6131, Natimuk United d Kalkee 6429, Rupanyup d Jeparit-Rainbow 47-37.

IN CONTROL: Edenhope-Apsley’s Sarah Domaschenz takes control during a match against Laharum on Saturday.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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eographical league bookends JeparitRainbow and Harrow-Balmoral are a game clear of the field in Horsham District football, six rounds into the season.

As teams break for a spell for community championships this weekend, Kalkee sits third, four points off the pace ahead of Swifts and Edenhope-Apsley, both on 16 points. Last week Jeparit-Rainbow consolidated its solid start to the year with a 56-point win over Rupanyup, while Harrow-Balmoral had to work hard to overcome Noradjuha-Quantong by 33 points at Quantong. Jeparit-Rainbow led at every change against the Panthers at Rainbow, six goals in the final quarter capping off a profound win. Kurt Waterman, four-goal Ash Clugston, Jakob Cocks and Wayne Batson led the way for the winners. Rupanyup struggled to find goals but Denny Musgrove, Dan Schaper and Elliot Kelly impressed. In a low-scoring affair at Quantong, HarrowBalmoral gained ascendency against the Bombers in the first half but found itself in a second-half dogfight. Roos coach Nick Pekin led the way for the winners with help from players such as Mick Phelan, Will Plush and Cam Robinson. The Bombers were far from disgraced with Dustin Cross, Lockie Wilson and Jack Vague getting votes. A clash between Kalkee and Natimuk United produced one of the most exciting finishes of the round, with Kalkee clinching a four-point win late in the contest. Kalkee led at every change but the Rams snapped at their heels throughout and a six-goal final term almost steered the home side across the line. Simon Hobbs, three goals, and Hamish and Lachie Exell were key architects behind the Kees’ victory, while Jono Lovel shone for the Rams and Nathan Koenig bagged six goals. Brent Marra and Sam Anson conspired to keep Natimuk United in the game. Edenhope-Apsley continued to turn heads, this time with a 12-point win over Laharum at Laharum. Jack Butler, Lachie Middleton and Jeremy Kealy won primary votes for the Saints and Dylan Achison kicked three goals. For Laharum, which was in striking distance

from much of the contest, Cam Streeter, Cooper Henson and Hamish Roberts were best and James Arratta bagged three goals. Swifts rounded out wins across the league, securing an 89-point victory over Taylors Lake. Taylors Lake pushed the home side in one of its most productive first halves for the season, but watched the margin blow out in the second. Swifts players such as Andrew Cameron, six goals, Zac Armer, four, and Ben Taylor, four, enjoyed spoils in front of the sticks. Jake Goodes, in his farewell game after 15 years playing for the Baggies, kicked three. Alex Hill, coach Jye Smith and Trae Martin were best for the Lakers.

BALANCING ACT: Edenhope-Apsley’s Chris Heath collects the ball and evades Laharum’s Jimmy Arratta during Horsham District Football Netball League action.

SPEED: Shayne Williams from Edenhope-Apsley attempts to fend off Laharum’s determined Cam Streeter.

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BALL THE OBJECT: Lachlan Middleton swoops on a loose ball during an intense moment at Cameron Oval.  Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

Wimmera and District Umpires Association coaches Paul Clough and Cameron Pickering will officiate in an AFL Community Championships match between North Central and Southern at Boort on Saturday. Other Wimmera umpires Alexander Kinsman and Matt Ough will be in charge of boundary duties in a match between Wimmera and Bellarine at Horsham City Oval. Jackson Walsgott and Tom Janetzki were selected as boundary umpires at an interleague appointment in Warrnambool but are unavailable.

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Tight squeeze for top-five places BY DEAN LAWSON

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battle for places in Wimmera Football League’s top five is well underway as the competition breaks this weekend for community championship commitments.

Reigning premier Horsham has a fourpoint break on the field after four rounds and Minyip-Murtoa and Ararat are hotly in pursuit in second and third spots respectively. Only percentage separates teams sitting fourth to seventh. Southern Mallee Giants rebounded strongly on the end of back-to-back losses, beating Ararat by 39 points at the weekend. The Giants jumped the Rats at Beulah, establishing more than a five-goal lead at quarter time, and were well on top before a big last-quarter comeback from the visitors. Lou White, Kai Forsyth and Sam Weddell led the Giants’ efforts and Nick O’Farrell kicked four goals. Dan and Nick Mendes won best-player honours for the Rats and Ben Free kicked four of his team’s 10 goals. Horsham maintained its winning form against Warrack Eagles, but only after a major test at Warracknabeal. The Demons parried with the Eagles all day and finally secured a 20-point victory. John Wood shone, as did Ben Lakin, Brad Hartigan and Brodie Mines for the winners and Ryan Kemp bagged four

six-pointers. Nick Peters was again a standout for the Eagles, Shannon Argall impressed and Chris Kellett won votes. Coach Ryan McKenzie kicked three goals. Minyip-Murtoa also notched up another win, but only after it, too, endured a tough test, against Nhill. The final scores showed the Burras winning by 31 points, but the visitors were behind at the last change at Davis Park and responded by producing a seven-goal final term. Kieran Delahunty, seven, and Jae McGrath, five, kicked 12 goals between them for the winners as coach Damian Cameron and John and Jordan Delahunty provided the oomph to get their team over the line. Tim Bone’s Tigers missed the opportunity to snare a major scalp despite the

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GOING NOWHERE: A diving tackle from Horsham Saints’ Ben Martin forces the ball from the hands of Stawell’s Todd Matthews in Wimmera Football League, and above left, Stawell’s Koby Stewart and Horsham Saints’ James Lang tangle for the ball at Horsham’s Coughlin Park.  Pictures: PAUL CARRACHER

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nthusiasm, on-field leadership and raw talent loom as the primary weapons in Wimmera Football League’s 2018 interleague clash in Horsham on Saturday.

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A line-up appears impressive with a goal-togoal line likely to include resolute Horsham pair Rhona Conboy and Ben Lakin in defence and Sam White, Southern Mallee Giants, and Minyip-Murtoa’s Kieran Delahunty at the attacking spearhead. Nhill’s Ben Jones will most likely headline rucking duties alongside McKenzie in the pivot and Stawell duo Tom Taurau and Cam Kimber are likely to be part of a busy on-ball rotation. McRae will play a key role in defence, as will his Saints team-mate Jacob O’Beirne, while the Giants’ Sam Weddell and Minyip-Murtoa coach Damian Cameron provide defensive springboards. Ararat’s Riley Taylor and Saint Sam Jasper will have midfield-dash duties and link with players such as the Giants’ Schache, Horsham revelation Ryan Kemp and Horsham’s Wood and Roberts. The side appears to have considerable versatility with the likes of the Saints’ Fisher, Giants’ Josh Webster and others such as Adam Haslett, Ararat, Callum Hobbs and Warwick Stone, Minyip-Murtoa, Riley Morrow, Warrack Eagles and Sam Williams, Stawell, all potentially in Saturday’s mix. Breuer said there remained little doubt that inWednesday, May 16, 2018

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NEXT STEP: Horsham Saint Xander McRae will line up with the Big W in Wimmera Football League’s interleague clash with Bellarine on Saturday at Horsham City Oval.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER terleague fixtures continued to play an important role in community football and it was always important to try to win as a collective representative group. “Everyone wants to play the best footy they can and this represents a chance for the league to display what footballers it has in the competition,” he said. “For the league, winning promotes us across the state and helps in various ways. “It is also the process of interleague that is very healthy. It’s about guys from across the league getting together and generating a regional camaraderie.” The league’s final training run and jumper presentation will be at Horsham City Oval tomorrow night. A Wimmera league exhibition match between leading under-17 players will be a curtain-raiser to the big game. Likely Wimmera team B: Xander McRae, Horsham Saints; Rhona Conboy, Horsham; Jacob O’Beirne, Horsham Saints. HB: Damian Cameron, Minyip-Murtoa; Ben Lakin, Horsham; Sam Weddell, Southern Mallee Giants. C: Sam Jasper, Horsham Saints; Ryan McKenzie, Warrack Eagles; Riley Taylor, Ararat. HF: Coleman Schache, Southern Mallee Giants; Sam White, Southern Mallee Giants; Ryan Kemp, Horsham. F: John Wood, Horsham; Kieran Delahunty, Minyip-Murtoa; Deek Roberts, Horsham. Foll: Ben Jones, Nhill; Tom Taurau, Stawell; Cam Kimber, Stawell. Inter: From, Callum Hobbs, Minyip-Murtoa; Warwick Stone, Minyip-Murtoa; Adam Haslett, Ararat; Luke Fisher, Horsham Saints; Josh Webster, Southern Mallee Giants; Riley Morrow, Warrack Eagles; Sam Williams, Stawell.

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C’MON! Horsham Saints player Kieran Priestley pumps his fists in delight in response to one of the goals marking his team’s mighty second-half surge against Stawell in Wimmera Football League. Priestley was among Saints who combined to snatch the contest from the visitors at Horsham’s Coughlin Park. Story, page 50.  Picture: PAUL CARRACHER

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