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April 2012 to September 2012

Horsham College students Patrick Laffy, left, and Jeremy Hernon show cheeky delight after getting their heads shaved during the school’s inaugural Purple Day. The occasion, a fundraising lead-up to Horsham Cancer Council Relay for Life last weekend, reflected a record number of school children involved in relay activities. Of the 1087 participants in the relay this year about 500 were children in school teams. Early this week organisers expected money raised from this year’s relay to creep past the $150,000 mark.

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READY TO RELAY: Children played a huge role in the success of this year’s Cancer Council Relay for Life at Coughlin Park in Horsham. Organisers estimate almost 500 children in teams from various schools were involved in the annual community recognition and fund-raising event. Picture: MICK SHANNON

Event depth, diversity shows regional health A

By DEAN LAWSON

regional development leader believes the number and diverse nature of major regional events across the region are providing a positive snapshot of healthy communities. Wimmera Development Association executive director Jo Bourke said events such as Horsham Country Music Festival, set to attract big crowds this weekend, were solid socio-economic indicators. She said large events and community activities usually required many people to volunteer their services which then led to considerable socialising, networking, celebrating and promotion.

“It brings visitors to the region and lifts the regional profile by telling a simple story that, in essence, this is a nice place to live.” Horsham Country Music Festival, featuring a lengthy list of professional and amateur artists, kicks off today and continues until Sunday. An ACE Radio Country Music Spectacular at Sawyer Park on Saturday headlines the weekend.

Stimulant Horsham Mayor David Grimble agreed that the country music festival would be a major economic stimulant for Horsham.

“These types of events are very positive indicators of very healthy communities,” she said.

“It’s establishing itself as a great community event and being based at Sawyer Park it promotes one of the best aspects of our city. These sort of events are super,” he said.

“With the country music festival there is an obvious economic benefit with people coming to visit and staying a few days plus the stimulus from activity provided by local groups with catering, event management and logistics.

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Mrs Bourke added that the diversity of regional festivals and events, the products of localised expertise and imagination, were guaranteeing different audiences at each event.

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College leaders Paint with passion step up re-build

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orsham College community leaders have stepped up their campaign to convince the State Government to put money aside in its next State Budget to start rebuilding the school.

College school council president Rowan Smith said it was critical that Horsham district people continued to back a ‘Just Build It’ fight for college redevelopment. He said in a letter to The Weekly Advertiser: “As the May Budget draws closer we are calling on Horsham and district people to support our ongoing fight. “Horsham is the capital of the Wimmera. It has a thriving service and retail industry and its farmers use 21st Century equipment to grow and harvest crops. “Should we accept having 1000 secondary students being educated in crumbling facilities, some dating back to the Second World War?” Horsham College, which runs campuses on former Horsham high and technical

school sites, has plans to consolidate the whole school on the technical school site. Plans include maintaining use of key Dimboola Road facilities including I.O. Maroske Hall and sports oval. The overall project, designed to be built in stages, is likely to cost $20-million.

Unique Mr Smith said the council clearly understood that many schools across Victoria were seeking upgrades but believed that the Horsham request was both unique and urgent. “Our students are required to walk for up to 10 minutes between classes between the two campuses in 40-degree heat and rain and cold. That’s not good for healthy children or healthy learning,” he said. “Most class rooms were built in the 1960s and 1970s and have passed their use-by dates. Many rooms are crumbling, being eaten by white ants and have succumbed to the harsh Wimmera climate and unstable soils – on top of being under funded for maintenance over a long period.”

Mr Smith said the council supported Horsham Special Development School development on the college’s Dimboola Road campus but it would ‘continue to create significant challenges for the effective operation of our college’.

“We are extremely proud of the achievements of our staff and students who have excelled irrespective of the environment,” he said. “Just imagine the possibilities if we can provide 21st century facilities to match their endeavors. “Students are our region’s future and funding Horsham College’s redevelopment makes good business for them and the Wimmera’s continued prosperity. “Last year the college celebrated a century of secondary education in Horsham. Let’s begin the next century with a long-awaited commitment for new school facilities. “Don’t make us wait any longer – it is time to Just Build It.”

CHIPPING IN: Horsham College students, from left, Elly Blakeley, Holly King and Lottie White arm themselves with fund-raising ‘weapons’ as part of the school’s inaugural Purple Day. Students used Purple Day as a build-up to the Cancer Council Relay for Life, dressing in purple and taking on money-raising activities. Heads and eyebrows were shaved and even legs were waxed before the main relay event at the weekend. Schools played a huge role in Horsham’s Relay for Life, St Brigid’s College raising $7233.10, Horsham Primary School $6728.25 and Horsham College $4182.50. This year’s Horsham relay raised a record $149,230, taking the event’s contribution during the last 11 years to beyond $1-million. Picture: MICK SHANNON

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Cancer remains high on humanity’s hit list

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ith medical science toppling so many diseases in the last century we wait with anticipation for all the various forms of cancer to join the list.

If the greatest weapon in stopping this scourge of humanity is community willpower then the days of cancer must surely be numbered. The enormous outpouring of spirit and positive aura from events such as the Cancer Council Relay for Life, where people gather en masse for a common cause, creates an immeasurable but obviously powerful elixir.

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A combination of brilliant minds, the will of the masses and the millions of research dollars they are pouring into the fight against ‘the big C’ are paying dividends. We are hearing of and seeing the trickle of news about significant breakthroughs increasing all the time and a gradual but growing reduction in cancer-related death sentences. We remain well short of achieving a dream of turning that trickle into a flood of cures. The reality is, considering the complex nature of cancer, success has never been likely to come easily. It is only through relentless effort that we will achieve the ultimate victory. There remain few of us untouched by cancer. Many of us have seen this disease in its many forms take the lives or cripple

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or disfigure family members, friends and associates. People through the ages have suggested that cancers, like so many other diseases, might be nature’s ways of keeping humanity in check. But history shows we have conquered so many of these human frailties and it is therefore reasonable to assume that the various forms of cancer are simply on the hit list. If anything good has ever come from cancer it would have to be how it continually unveils the incredible fight and resilience of the human spirit. To everyone involved in the fight against cancer, from the 1084 dedicated walkers who took part in the Relay for Life in Horsham last weekend to the scientists working in laboratories – keep punching!

Delahunty angry over tree pruning

The Nationals State Council opened nominations last Monday and pre-selection for the seat held by John Forrest since 1993 will be on April 14. Mr Forrest will retire from Federal Parliament at the Federal Election later this year. Nationals state director Stuart Copeland encouraged nominations and said the pre-selection winner would have an opportunity to represent the region in Federal Parliament with the potential to work as part of a future Federal Liberal Nationals Coalition Government. “We have many hard working and dedicated National Party members in the Mallee and across western Victoria, who, if given the chance, would make terrific federal members of parliament,” Mr Copeland said. Mr Copeland paid tribute to Mr Forrest who represented the Mallee electorate for the past 20 years. He said people seeking more information on how to nominate for pre-selection for the Nationals is available online at, www.vic.nationals.org.au, or by calling 9564 6588.

Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty has weighed into a debate regarding Powercor’s ‘harsh’ pruning of street trees in townships across his electorate.

Mr Delahunty said he supported people who were alarmed by the project which Powercor was undertaking in the name of public safety. “I am very concerned about the devastating impact pruning is having on the streetscapes and the appeal of our rural townships,” Mr Delahunty said. “I have been attempting to work through electricity regulator Energy Safe Victoria, Powercor officials and ministerial channels to improve the situation. But while these discussions are ongoing, trees continue to be scalped. It is simply not good enough.”

Mr Delahunty said the government had a code of practice for tree pruning based on safety, amenity and managing risk. The code included a requirement to minimise the impact on trees of cultural or environmental significance.

“The pruning protocol being undertaken by Powercor fails the test of balancing community values with risk,” Mr Delahunty said. “Powercor’s consultation is not good enough with the community and the councils and its communication strategy is equally poor in informing the community of decisions made. “I would encourage Powercor to consider its community responsibilities and work with councils to achieve a more respectful outcome for the streetscapes of our rural towns.”

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Simone Brain said a similar event last year attracted a surprisingly large amount of runners and raised $5000 for the appeal.

She said she and her husband Brett had to rush their then new-born baby Jonte to the Royal Children’s Hospital with illness 11 days after he was born.

rganisers of a Horsham fun run raising money for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal hope to attract more than 300 participants this Sunday.

“Last year we had more than 300 people turn up so we’re trying to get at least as many again,” she said. The 5.2-kilometre run starts and finishes at Horsham Weir car park and adults keen to take part can pay their $10 registration at Horsham shop Sports First. Children can register with a gold-coin donation. Enthusiasts can also

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Simone Brain said personal experience had provided inspiration for the Sports First Horsham Apex Club 15 Run for the Kids.

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“He was really sick and the treatment he received was amazing. That was in the old hospital and of course there is now a new one,” she said.

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THUMPER BOOSTS CANOLA YIELD IN WESTERN VIC AFTER becoming frustrated with the inconsistent quality and increasing costs of gypsum, Laurie and Tristan Ritchie, Lake Bolac in Western Victoria, went searching for a better and more reliable source of sulphur for their canola crops. Armed with some advice from Westlake Fertiliser’s Scott Cameron, they tried Thumper, a compound fertiliser from Superfert Dongbu. Made by state of the art manufacturing technology, each Thumper fertiliser granule contains nitrogen, phosphorus and sulphur and, with a portion of each element in every granule, it provides an even distribution of nutrients throughout the paddock along with uptake. Superfert southern regional manager Phil Venus says Thumper was developed in response to grower feedback that they needed a higher performance fertiliser. Thumper’s sulphur content is in both the

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sulphate and elemental forms, ensuring the crop receives an immediate boost as well as sustained release during the growing season. “To have N, P and S next to the seed and evenly distributed across the paddock maximises the ability of the plant to achieve its yield potential,” Phil said. The Ritchies sowed Thumper with the seed at a rate of 120 kilograms a hectare, followed by two applications of urea during the growing season totalling 140kg/ha. Their canola varieties - Stingray, Gem (TT) and Zircon conventional - averaged 3.45 tonnes/ha at 46 per cent oil. This was a premium of about 600kg/ha above the district average and 1t/ha above the previous season’s National Variety Trial long-term average for mid-triazine canola at Streatham, Vic. “We have been blown away with the results,” Laurie said. “I can’t see us going back to gypsum at all.

SUPER PUSH: Lake Bolac farmer Tristan Ritchie (pictured with Westlake Fertilisers’ Scott Cameron) switched to Superfert’s Thumper fertiliser last year which helped push yields 600 kilograms a hectare above the district average.

“We will use Thumper on all our crops this year so that we can build our sulphur reserves ready for the next canola crop. MAP just cannot deliver like Thumper has.” Phil says the Ritchies are one of many farm businesses that have observed Thumper’s “I have had reports from across the Mallee, Wimmera and Western District of Victoria from farmers who are just astounded at what the addition of sulphur into a granule of fertiliser can achieve,” he said. Superfert Dongbu has a range of compounded fertilisers ready for this growing season, including Thumper Zn and Victory which is suitable for Wimmera Mallee region.

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By SUJATHA UMAKANTHAN

t is Cultural Diversity Week in Victoria and the state is awash with multicultural celebrations.

It is the week where organisations such as Oasis Wimmera, involved with migrant work, realise their project outcomes after toiling for months; a week where community groups easily coexist without resentment or guilt, a week where tolerance, understanding and cultural awareness is at a high; a week where even jaded cynics like me get emotional seeing the positive and generous community response towards a multicultural festival. It is also the week where jargon flows in abundance – ‘Cultural and Linguistically Diverse’ groups, ‘unity in diversity’, ‘cultural pluralism’, ‘mosaic’, ‘multiculturalism’, ‘ethnic fusion’ and so on. It is also the week where perhaps political agendas that use immigration issues as red herrings are momentarily set aside. In short, this week is the Mecca of multicultural charm – an epitome of co-existence and harmony; though some might argue it is more contrived than natural. However, as with any celebration, as soon as festivities are over, the spirit

New beginning

In most countries, before the digital age, it was the libraries that nurtured and educated migrants on entering the mainstream community. This tradition continues today despite libraries losing their prominence in society while trying to keep up with the advances in communication technology.

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This is the week where ethnic groups come forward to display unique traditions and culture, laying an assault on the senses with vibrant colours, visuals, music and gastronomical treats.

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a library gives to its community, including the multicultural community?

“Perhaps no place in any community is so totally democratic as the town library. The only entrance requirement is interest.”

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or essence of the celebration goes into hiatus until the next year. Likewise, when Cultural Diversity week is over, the appreciation of multiculturalism is also packed up and the debate over the melting pot or salad bowl continues. Everyday life, fraught with hectic schedules and personal agendas, pushes cultural awareness and tolerance to the backseat. It is only a handful of government agencies and organisations and a few religious and not-for-profit organisations that focus on immigration and settlement that continue to promote cultural diversity. Multiculturalism in general is seen as a challenge and perhaps even a barrier in everyday life, sometimes irrespective of which camp one belongs.

Libraries But there is one unassuming institution that opens its doors wide to everyone and performs a huge service to migrants and is not always recognised or appreciated. Have you ever dropped in at your local library and reflected on how much

Given me and my children’s avid interest in reading, we are regular library visitors. Used to borrowing only two books on a card in huge and silent mausoleums under strict and authoritarian librarians in India, I was ecstatic to learn that I could borrow books and other materials without limits in Australian libraries. I was equally thrilled when I learnt I could get books and movies in Indian languages from the libraries for my mother, another voracious reader, while she was visiting. Later I discovered that libraries here were more than just a resource centre. Especially after moving to Horsham, I understood first-hand that libraries were community centres and a first stop for migrants. It gladdens my heart when I see new arrivals visiting the library with their families. Whether it is enhancing their knowledge of English or promoting reading habits of their children or making use of the internet facility or just spending time with their families, the library is versatile in meeting their needs. In most communities, libraries turn into a secure haven where people mingle without much inhibition or intimidation.

Terracotta warriors at Toys Garden Restaurant in Horsham have timed their ‘appearance’ to perfection, ‘coming to life’ in brilliant colour for Cultural Diversity Week. The two rare 240-kilogram terracotta warriors, which restaurant owner Leon Toy bought from a Great Wall of China Exhibition in Melbourne about 10 years ago, have stood in the restaurant quietly overlooking patrons. Mr Toy has long been keen to give the warriors a ‘new lease of life’ and took on the project with help from Horsham artist Amabile DalfarraSmith. The pair researched the dress code and uniforms of warriors designed to guard the emperor Xin from 2000 years ago and applied what they found out in meticulous detail. “What we found in painting the warriors was that the detail in the terracotta statues was really quite intricate. All the little things suddenly came to life. It was quite amazing,” Mr Toy said. Mr Toy and Amabile Dalfarra-Smith are pictured with the finished warriors. Picture: MICK SHANNON

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Walking all day for Wattle

Thursday, March 21, 2013

R

ural Northwest Health supporters will take a long walk on Saturday to help raise money for the organisation’s Warracknabeal campus.

“We can keep on achieving great results if we have the support of the community to keep investing in our programs and infrastructure.” The rehabilitative therapist said Rural Northwest Health wanted to build a pergola for the unit and a small men’s shed for Wattle’s backyard. “Those two items are our number one goal for now. If we can keep on making improvements to Wattle, we can continue to raise the bar and be the benchmark to which Australia’s other aged-care facilities aspire.”

The 70-kilometre Walk for Wattle will start from the Hopetoun campus at 7am on Saturday with walkers planning to be in Warracknabeal by 7pm. Organisers expect about 30 participants. ON THE WALK: Alison Fischer, left, Katie Ramsdale from Rural Northwest Health’s Wattle unit in Warracknabeal prepare for Walk for Wattle.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Ms Ramsdale said she was also hoping to attract business sponsorship for the event.

“We’ve been recognised for the work being achieved in Wattle but

“It would be great if we could attract a major sponsor to support it.”

a lot of the programs we have introduced are above and beyond aged-

Horsham to recognise actor’s achievements Horsham Rural City Council Mayor David Grimble will unveil a plaque tomorrow to celebrate the international acting achievements of television and film star Portia de Rossi.

A performance from district dance group The Dancers Zone led by Lynne Johns will accompany the 4.30pm ceremony at Roberts Place.

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care standards,” Ms Ramsdale said.

Staff, residents and supporters to walk from Hopetoun to Warracknabeal to raise money for Rural Northwest award-winning Health’s Wattle unit.

Walk for Wattle organiser Katie Ramsdale said the memory-support unit, caring for people with dementia, relied on outside funding for its programs.

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Portia de Rossi, also a philanthropist supporting several charities now living in America, was born in Horsham on January 31, 1973 at Wimmera Base Hospital. The ceremony coincides with her visit to Australia

with partner and American television personality Ellen DeGeneres. De Rossi and DeGeneres have spread a message and been strong advocates about animal protection and welfare and Horsham Lions Club will provide a barbecue with proceeds going to animal-rescue organisation Horsham Paws. Footage of the event will be sent to America’s Ellen DeGeneres Show. Horsham’s Amanda Wilson, working on the project since July last year, said the event was about recognising someone born in the Wimmera who had provided an inspira-

“It’s about an opportunity to recognise someone who has shown true country spirit and genuinely cares about people and animals,” she said. “The driving force for me was to put Horsham on the map. What better opportunity than when Portia De Rossi and Ellen DeGeneres are visiting Melbourne. Horsham teenagers Lucy Schmidt, Claudia McRae and Olivia Morris have also had a strong response to a promotion to encourage DeGeneres to visit Horsham through social media.

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ararat ruralcity focus Council focus Community Vision 2030 Residents are being asked to put their thinking caps on and have their say about the future as Community Vision 2030 postcards are distributed and listening post meetings held. Mayor Cr Ian Wilson urged everyone to get involved in the development of the Community Vision 2030 document and the 2013-2017 Council Plan, which will outline strategic priorities for the future of their municipality and help guide Council decision making. “Council wants to hear what residents have to say so we can develop the best documents possible,” Cr Wilson said. “The Council is looking forward to hearing what residents and ratepayers think, and we’re really excited to see how they want their municipality to look in 2030. I encourage everyone to get involved to help influence our future direction.” Every resident in the municipality is being given the chance to be part of the Community Vision 2030 through the listening posts and the postcards, which will be mailed to every household. People have the chance to win an iPad by filling in the postcards, which cover the Council’s four pillars – community, lifestyle, economy and environment. Cr Wilson said listening posts are currently being held in eight locations around the municipality so the Council can gather as many views as possible. “Residents can drop into their nearest listening post and chat to Councillors about their vision for the municipality,” he said. “The information gathered from the postcards and the listening posts will be collated and fed into the development of the Community Vision 2030 and the 2013-2017 Council Plan. The more people we hear from the better – this is your opportunity to contribute to creating a positive, bright future for our municipality.” Other community engagement activities being held as part of the development of Community Vision 2030 will include a poster competition for primary school children, meetings with Student Representative Councils and a Futures Forum. To be eligible to win an iPad your completed postcards need to be returned by Wednesday March 27, 2013. If your household does not receive your Community Vision 2030 postcard in the next week, or should you have any further questions regarding the process, please phone 5355 0200. Vision 2030 listening posts dates and times are as follows:* Date

Venue

Wed Mar 20, 5-7pm

Ararat Rural City Council Offices

Thurs Mar 21, 11.15am-12.15pm

Streatham Hall in conjunction with Outreach Library Service

Thurs Mar 21, 3.15pm-4.15pm

Willaura Hall in conjunction with Outreach Library Service

Mon Mar 25, 10.15am-11.15am

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Tues Mar 26 2pm-3.30pm

Lake Bolac Business Centre and VIC meeting room

*If you reside in Elmhurst or Buangor, sessions were held on Mar 18. If you missed these please drop in to Council offices to have your say.

Ararat Outdoor Olympic Pool potential redevelopment The Ararat Outdoor Olympic Pool is located to the West of the Alexandra Gardens adjacent to the Alexandra Lake. Built in 1958, the pool and associated pool buildings are in poor condition and no longer comply with current regulations for this type of facility. As a result this facility has been closed since 2011. The Ararat Rural City Council is working with specialist consultants in pool development to establish accurate costings. Following extensive community consultation Council will determine whether or not to proceed with the redevelopment of the outdoor pool at its present location. Council is currently working with interested parties from the community in the development of these potential plans. The consultants have presented a commercial costing of around $2.9 million for the proposed upgrade. Some of the works required for the pool to be operational again include a new plant room and associated plumbing and electrical works, construction of a wet deck, replacement of pipe work and filtering systems, repairs to the pool shell as well as improvements to access and concrete areas around the pool. The cost also includes the upgrade of the change rooms, toilets and kiosk and to construct a water play area as part of the redevelopment.The water play area is being designed to ensure safety for small children. The existing building that accommodates the change rooms and toilets no longer comply to current regulations, and don’t provide accessible access therefore a new amenity building to house these services is being developed. While a group of interested community members are working on fund raising (and collecting a list of works that might be able to be carried out with voluntary labour) it is clear that the vast majority of the funds needed for this redevelopment will have to come from rates. It must be noted that grant funds are not likely to become available for these type of facilities through State or Federal Governments.

Alexandra Oval proposed redevelopment Once constructed, the Alexandra Oval precinct will become the regions premier community hub, particularly with the recent grant funds allocated by the Victorian Government, and with hopes for further funds from our current RDA application to the Federal Government. These funds will be used to construct a $3.3million state of the art community facility on the north-east side of the pre-existing OIver Stand. Ararat Rural City Council will consider making further contributions to the project in the 2013/14 budget, conditional upon receiving the Federal Government RDA funding. Ararat Community Enterprise, and other community groups have also committed to raise further funds in order to complete the facility. The planned facility will comprise of a multipurpose room accommodating over 200 seated patrons, a commercial kitchen, bar and canteen facilities, meeting rooms, female change rooms, home and away club rooms (with trainers facilities) and male and female umpire change rooms. The Alexandra Oval Committee of Management is very keen to have other community groups use the building, and believe it will fill a void that exists at the moment. It is the Committee of Management’s task to raise additional funds in order to complete the facility. This will be done through a range of fundraising initiatives within the community. Ararat Rural City Council in conjunction with the Committee of Management are working with Moreton Dunn Architects to further develop the plans.

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What’s on

Lake Bolac Eel Festival March 23 For more information please visit eelfestival.org.au

Lake Bolac Easter Regatta March 29 For more information please visit yachtingwesternvic.vpweb.com.au

Grampians Arts Trail March 29-April 1 Contact: Stawell, Halls Gap or Ararat and Grampians Visitor Information Centres

Moyston Easter Market March 30. Phone 0419 382 315

Narrapumelap Historic Homestead and Gardens March 31-April 1 For more information please visitnarrapumelap.com.au

Ararat Seasonal Farmers’ Market April 14, 9am-1pm at Elizabeth Park, Ararat

Ararat Trash and Treasure April 14, 9am-1pm at Alexandra Hall, Ararat

Council Meeting April 16, 6pm

Contact us

Ararat Rural City Council PO Box 246, Ararat VIC 3377 Tel: (03) 5355 0200 Fax: (03) 5352 1695 Email: council@ararat.vic.gov.au Website: ararat.vic.gov.au reveler.com.au

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ON THE HOP: Easter Bunny will make an appearance at Willaura’s Good Friday Fish and Chip Luncheon.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Good day for fish ‘n’ chips G

ood Friday provides many of people an opportunity to explore the bounty of our oceans and waterways and people from the Ararat district township of Willaura are no exception.

In fact Willaura is again going all out with another Fish and Chip Luncheon in an effort to top the $11,000 it raised for the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal in a similar event last year. The Willaura community has supported the Good Friday Appeal for more than 28 years with luncheons and games afternoons and volunteers have planned another fish and chip day after serving up more than 300 meals last year. As in past years, young people from Willaura district will collect donations

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Disc seeders shine at no-till demo day Farmers from across central western Victoria braved searing temperatures for a Victorian No Till Farmers Association’s Disc Seeding Demo Day at Longerenong.

More than 130 farmers from across western Victoria and Longerenong College students keen for knowledge about advances in disc-seeding technology attended the event at the college. Manufacturers from Bourgault, Excel, NDF, John Deere, Serafin, KHart and Ryan Farm Machinery outlined how their disc seeders worked and farmers and the students saw first-hand how they worked with urea-placement demonstrations. Victorian No-Till Farmers Asso-

ciation president Wayne Adler said disc seeding was a method proving successful as part of no-till farming systems.

He said the turnout was testament to the thirst for information and knowledge across the state’s farming community on farming systems that focussed on improving soil health. The event started with guest speakers in Longerenong Hall, followed by a two-hour paddock demonstration. “The Wimmera certainly turned on some hot weather for us and we thought it might keep some people away. But they just kept arriving and arriving until the hall was full,” Mr Adler said. Mr Adler said speakers provided

information about technology that was still in its infancy in this part of Australia.

“During the past five years the changes and advancement in discseeding technology has exploded whereas up until that point its growth was quite slow,” he said. Guest speakers included Dean Johns from Bayer, disc-seeding expert and author Jack Desbiolles, Mr Adler and association vice-president Steve Lanyon from Boort, the first in his district to adopt the discseeding technology. People keen to find out more about the Victorian No-Till Farmers Association including its 11th annual conference in Ballarat on July 16 and 17 can visit website www.vicnotill.com.au or phone 5382 0422. TOP LINE-UP: Lake Bolac’s own Neil Murray, pictured, will team with Midnight Oil’s Jim Moginie at this year’s Lake Bolac Eel Festival this weekend.

from in and around the township. They will have official badges identifying themselves and collect money on Good Friday morning. Volunteers expect to again serve hundreds of meals of freshly cooked fish in beer batter when the luncheon starts at noon.

The band Things of Stone and Wood be also be a major attraction and other performers include Terang-born Rhys Crimmin, Irish song-writer and artist Roesy, Port Fairy Folk Festival regulars Andy Alberts and Walkabouts, Tank Dilemma, Howlin’ Wind and The Space Keys, Blue Couch, Nitida Atkinson and the Tim Guy Trio.

The event is popular with families and visitors with a highlight being the arrival the ‘Easter Bunny’. Willaura’s own ‘Pick a Chick’ competition also delights district children, as does face painting, lucky dips and a free jumping castle.

The festival opens with an art exhibition by Koori artiest Eileen Harrison tomorrow night and continues on Saturday.

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immera people have an opportunity to explore and celebrate cultural diversity through dance, music and food in Horsham on Saturday.

Migrant support agency Oasis Wimmera, in celebrating Cultural Diversity Week, has organised a free-of-charge Dance for Diversity showcase from 3pm at Wesley Performing Arts Centre. The regional event, promoting tolerance, understanding and acceptance of the many cultures in the Wimmera, follows the successful theme of a Horsham United Musical Mayhem project from last year’s Art Is... festival. Cultural Diversity Week started on Monday and is designed for help Victorian share aspects of their faiths, cultures and languages. As well as promoting cultural exchange between people, the event will also launch a new direction for Youth Performing Arts in the Wimmera. Cultural performances from the region’s Indian, Karen, Filipino and Indigenous communities will showcase traditional and contemporary dance and song with performances from

DIVERSITY: Youngsters ready to take part in Dancing for Diversity are, clockwise from bottom left, Emily Suter, Sarah Po Kyaut, Molly Bolwell, Pleah Po Kyaut and Madhu Annathurai.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

regional dance, callisthenics and music schools. The event will start with a shared banquet featuring food from various cultural communities. Oasis Wimmera’s founding committee member and organiser Sujatha Umakanthan said Dancing for Diversity was a wonderful way to promote the cultural relevance and significance of local and migrant performing art forms. “It enables us to strengthen our ties between local and migrant communities and foster

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t Brigid’s College students in Horsham will support Wimmera youth in need as part of a Monday Munchies program.

The college, Salvation Army and Wimmera Uniting Care will launch the project next month. St Brigid’s College Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning coordinator Lesley Lannen said Monday Munchies was a lunch for people under 26 at Horsham’s Salvation Army Hall each week.

BUSINESS ADVICE: Ararat small-business development officer John Watson started work in his new position late last month.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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She said students would help provide a lunch starting at noon each Monday. The cost would be covered by proceeds in an ‘honesty box’ where people could give what they could afford to pay for the meal.

HELPING HAND: St Brigid’s College VCAL students, from left, Daniel Antonoff, Jake Williams and Todd O’Connor, will help launch Monday Munchies. In the background are St Brigid’s College VCAL coordinator Lesley Lannen, Wimmera Uniting Care youth outreach workers Vicky Chettleburgh and Pauline Mann-Stringer, and the Salvation Army’s Sue Hateley and Jennifer Teakle.  Picture: BELINDA ELLIOT

“It all started last year after our involvement with the luncheon day which the Salvation Army runs each Tuesday,” she said.

the college’s community service and religious education programs.

“Through that I met Sue Hateley and Vicky Chettleburgh from Wimmera Uniting Care and we started talking about the need for more than just one day a week so the program really evolved from that.

“The VCAL students will manage it in terms of rosters and menus and will work closely with the Salvation Army and be supported by Youth Outreach at Wimmera Uniting Care,” she said.

“The Tuesday events are usually for older people so we looked at providing one aimed at young people.”

“The students are all really keen. We’ll have two students who are team leaders and I’d hope that we could run it throughout school holidays

Mrs Lannen said the program would become a part of

“I reckon this is something that will keep going over the next couple of years and other students will take on what we started this year. I’m just really excited to get started.”

as well. “It is still evolving. We know what we want to do and what we want to achieve, we just need to get word out now and let young people know this is there for them.”

The first Monday Munchies lunch will be on April 15 at the Salvation Army Hall on corner of Lynott Street and Kalkee Road.

Year 12 VCAL student Jake Williams said the most appealing part of the project was helping other young people.

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Small businesses in the Ararat municipality can now obtain free support from Ararat Rural City Council.

He said the service was free to small businesses and had funding support through the State Government’s Local Skills Partnership program, the council and Ararat Regional Business Association.

Ararat Rural City Council has appointed John Watson as small-business development officer who is now available to meet small-business owners seeking advice, support and help.

Mr Watson, who has moved from Ballarat to take up the position, has many years of experience in small and large business, many of which included the use of new technology, social media and computers.

Ararat Mayor Cr Ian Wilson said the new position would be a great asset to the many small businesses that formed the backbone of the region’s

Transport is available if necessary by calling Wimmera Uniting Care’s Youth Outreach staff on 5362 4000.

“It’s a good way to give back to the community and help other people my age,” he said.

Money for Wimmera River foreshore upgrade The State Government will provide $177,000 to improve facilities on the Wimmera River foreshore in Horsham from McBryde Street to Weir Park. Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty said the government would provide the money in the wake of damage to facilities during 2011 floods.

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“The Wimmera River is Horsham’s greatest natural asset, flowing through the centre of the city, and is a big draw card for the local community and tourists,” Mr Delahunty said.

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One of the major projects earmarked for the money will be to improve turf, an irrigation system, fencing and barbecue

Horsham Rural City Council will manage the program with Wimmera River Improvement Committee.

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Association to promote region

Wimmera Development Association will again use a Regional Living Expo in Melbourne to promote the Wimmera and southern Mallee to metropolitan audiences. It also wants help to ‘maximise the potential’ of the April 19 to 21 event in spreading information about the region. Association project officer Tammy McDonald said the event provided a unique opportunity to promote job vacancies and businesses for sale to people keen to relocate from large metropolitan centres to regional communities.

“The expo will attract people who are considering moving to or investing in regional Victoria and there will be significant advertising of the event by the Victorian Government,” she said. “More than 8000 people attended the 2012 Regional Victoria Living Expo. The key focus was on jobs, businesses for sale and residential real estate.” Wimmera Development Association is working in partnership with Horsham Rural City Council, Buloke, Hindmarsh, Northern Grampians, West Wimmera and Yarriam-

biack Shire councils. It is compiling a job-vacancy board and will promote businesses for sale in the region. Ms McDonald said people attending the expo would be able to register their interest in jobs and businesses and the association would work with regional agencies and businesses to match the people with the job or business for sale. “We will take business and job information to the expo, and hopefully assist businesses fill vacancies as well as generate interest in regional businesses that are on the market,” she said.

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The organisation has provided Robbie Millar with a Teaching Fellowship and its business development manager Paul Latimer has obtained a Specialist Scholarship.

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Mr Millar said he was keen to explore electronic-learning opportunities to ensure the Wimmera community had the best possible access to training and education.

The VET Development Centre provides grants and scholarships to support providers and practitioners in the Victorian education and training sector.

“We are all busy people and it is important that training is provided when and where we need it. The Fellowship will assist me identify exciting new ways to provide quality training in our region,” he said.

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Young people from ‘culturally and linguistically diverse’ and Indigenous Wimmera communities now have an opportunity to pursue interests in writing as part of a new art project and ‘club’.

The WOW Project involves weekly afterschool ‘club’ Horsham workshops of between 10 and 15 children aged between 10 and 18 at Wimmera Uniting Care Urquhart Street offices. It allows the children to creatively explore connections based on where they have come from, where they are now and where they are going. Wimmera artist Mars Drum, who is leading the workshops, has previously directed writ-

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Mr Latimer said Wimmera HUB was responding to a changing training environment. “We are locally owned and operated and have been serving our community for nearly 40 years,” he said. “The scholarship provides access to training and support as we revise practices and develop systems to reflect modern business expectations.”

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Horsham Rural City Council’s public art committee is working with Wimmera School Focused Youth Service and children on a Writing on the Wall Project.

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Indigenous architect designing new café

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ictoria’s only registered Indigenous architect Jefa Greenaway is designing a new café for Horsham.

“The project seeks to project culture through built form while remaining honest in its role as purveyor of fine coffee and fresh food,’’ Mr Greenaway said. “The cafe also aims to be both family friendly and a welcoming stop for travellers, ensuring provisions for contemporary and connected individuals, be it through WiFi connections, phone-charging hub, flat-screen TVs, a kids’ corner, change table and outdoor areas for smokers and sun-seekers.’’

The café, next to land council offices at the south end of Firebrace Street, has a directive to offer high-quality service, coffee and healthy food. Plans designed to incorporating Indigenous culture with modern ideas show how the café will feature timber-look stone flooring and stainless bench tops complemented by warm colours and furnishings.

Artists Barengi Gadjin Land Council chief executive Jim Golden-Brown said the café would also feature the work of Victorian Indigenous artists, selling art, craft, music and books.

Take-away They also include communal tables, an informal lounge area and tall-stool area to provide customers with choice, and a children’s play room and alfresco areas.

Mr Greenaway is a descendant of the WailwanKamilaroi people, a founder and director of Indigenous

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relaxed feel to while away one’s time with a latte or a sandwich,’’ he said.

Barengi Gadjin Land Council’s new Coffee and Culture café is scheduled to open in the middle of this year.

It will also have a servery window for busy people to buy take-away coffee.

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CAFE PLANNING: Indigenous architect Jefa Greenaway and Ray Marks, from Barengi Gadjin Land Council, discuss the design of a new Coffee and Culture cafe in a former Workco building in Firebrace Street, Horsham. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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“The design and fit out of the café will be the first step for BGLC, so that we can test the waters, learn some lessons and provide a good training ground for staff before they move across to our planned museum and knowledge centre.’’

FIRE-SAFE WOOL: Elders Horsham Wool sales manager Andrew Combe presents nine merino wool blankets to Wimmera Uniting Care occupational health and safety officer Tim Pipkorn.  Picture: BELINDA ELLIOTT

Blanket gift for fire kits Elders Horsham has donated nine woollen blankets to Wimmera Uniting Care to help protect staff against bushfires. The blankets will be part of the agency’s Bushfire Car Kits which are available to employees when there is an unavoidable need to travel on days of increased fire risk. Elders Wool sales manager Andrew Combe presented the blankets, each valued at $150, to occupational health and safety officer Tim Pipkorn. Mr Combe said wool had been an integral part of Elders business for the past 175 years. “I am proud to be able to provide these pure merino wool blankets to Wimmera Uniting Care,” he said.

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or people in their 50s and 60s, superannuation provides generous tax concessions with sometimes very little cost in terms of access to their funds. The decision for younger people to invest into super is quite different, because they might not get access to this money for many years – sometimes even several decades. However, as with anything, weighing up the costs and benefits is crucial and especially so in light of the ‘simpler super system’. Younger people today can look forward with the knowledge that their superannuation will be available to them in retirement, free of tax. While concessions provide a great incentive, a further consideration is that contributions in your later working years will be limited.

• Contribution splitting. Allows a couple to share the contributions made by one partner. This can be beneficial where one partner has a much higher superannuation balance than the other. • Transition to Retirement. These rules allow for limited access to superannuation from age 55, even for those still working. The reduction of the superannuation concessional contributions cap to a flat

While these rules make superannuation much more attractive to younger people, it is still important to consider alternative investments. During your lifetime you are likely to encounter other major expenses, such as your home mortgage or children’s education, which cannot be met from superannuation. Investments, which provide a regular income and may be sold without restriction, such as property and shares, provide for this need. These can be owned directly or through a wide range of managed investments. As always, it is important to receive professional financial advice before committing yourself to any investment strategy. • Robert Goudie is an authorised representative of Meritum Financial Group Pty Ltd AFSL 245569.

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5. We often hear how Lake Albacutya is listed as an internationally significant under the Ramsar Convention. The convention was drawn up in 1971 in Ramsar, a city in what country? 6. The Ramsar Convention is the only global environmental treaty that deals with a particular ecosystem. What type of ecosystem? 7. Many of us in the Wimmera have grown up with the Middle Eastern and southern Asian tree Prunus amygdalus which produces nutritious seeds within a drupe. Curiously, it is closely related to a peach. What is its com-

mon name? 8. What is the potentially deadly ‘street drug’ version of 3, 4-methylenedioxyN-methamphetamine commonly called? 9. On average, does a human have a heavier or lighter brain than an elephant? 10. Horsham District Football League 2012 runners-up the Edenhope-Apsley Saints are the product of a merger between Edenhope and Apsley. What were the nicknames of the respective clubs before the merger?

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20 minutes West of Horsham, Cavalier King Charles X country lifestyle for rent $150 Pups, 1 Male, 1 Female, M/Cper week Ph 0419569053 986000008317705, 17916 $350 Share Accommodation Ph 53522704

available in Horsham, $85 Chaff cutter, Jas Smith, electric a week plus expenses Ph motor and table, 2 spare blades 0417167569 Tania $3000 Ph 53922233

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

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1 x Belted Galloway Cow, pure bred, with 10 month old bull calf at foot $1800 the lot Ph 53566303 Moyston Agistment Available for 1 - 2 horses Ph 53842245 Alpaca, female, from registered breeder, good rates Ph 53847380

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Purebred Siberian husky pups, m/chip numbers 981020005500266 /5508580 /5519392 Ph.0427630051

Chickens, ideal show birds $10 Ph 0439265133 Dorper Ewes, white, due to lamb April, good shedders $100 Ph 0447275537 Dorper Rams, white, good shedders, average price, $200 Rag Doll Kittens, pure bred seal Ph 0447275737 Edenhope Harness, light delivery, collar point and blue point, raised in and haymes, breaching and smoke free home with children, vet checked, wormed, vac, bridle $1750 Ph 0449841702 DOB 19/01/13, ready to go at Homing Pigeons, racing Easter MIC 981020005498557, bloodlines, quality birds, $2 5474195, 4575207, 5544531, each Ph 0429355103 Ph 0428915271 Horse Drawn Gig, 10A shoes, brakes, 52 inch wheels circa Rams, Hampshire down and white suffolk, bruc acc $350 plus 1910 $2000 Ph 044984702 GST Ph or text 0488159853 Jack Russell Terrier, F, 2yo, broken coat, English working Rottweiler Pup, pure bred, blood lines $350 Ph 0427366636 sold with vacc, worming, vet M/C# 978102100048836 checks, great looking dog, Kelpie Collie cross 1 male 6 months with some pups, 2f, 4m, DOB 6/1/13, training well behaved, loves 978102100092177 /00104295 affection, looking for best friend, /00092124 /00091597 m/c- 978102100043099, POA /00104562 /00103729 $150 Ph Ph 0418570762 0428954232 Saddlery, bridles and general Kelpie, red, male, make horse gear Ph 55701235 excellent sheep dog, 97810210052810, $150 Ph Stag Hound Pups, exc fox 55701235 dogs, can view parents, born Mare, Bay TB, 16.2hh, 11yo, on 31/12/12, vet checked ride or breed, race winner, suit and wormed $180each Ph exp rider, good nature $750 Ph 0427836214 m/chip numbers 978102100091849/ 0103455/ 0434672909 Miniature filly, 12 months old, 0103376/ 0091595

Alpaca, herd guards and pretty paint, not reg, $500 Ph Steers, 5 x Angus Frisian pets, male and female 0418851112 Steers, $600 each Ph 53547531 available, prices vary Miniature goats, minimum 2, Ph 0428852338 $150each Ph 0400904727 Alpacas, breeding stock, Antiques pets and flock protectors, all Miniature Horse, cute, cuddly, stock guaranteed, inspections friendly, brown and white, welcome, delivery available Ph Yearling Gelding $650 Ph Antique Dining Setting, large 0418516253 0427602773 extension table, 3-leaves, 6 Arabian Filly, purebred, bay, Number of Geese $10each Ph chairs, cane inserts, sideboard, should mature 15hh, solid type, 53544221 barley carving $7950ono Ph $1200 Ph 53542792 Piglets, 12 weeks old, coloured, 53582465 Stawell Arp Gelding, True Burnt $100 each Ph 53871301 Arm Chair, antique, fully Buckskin, 3yo, eligible x 4 0447252515 restored, excellent condition registration, well handled, should mature 14hh, quiet, Pony, 12.2HH reg Welsh $400 Ph 53825774 friendly, reluctant sale, prefer Mountain, for sale or swap Chaise Lounge, antique, show home, $2000 Ph $2500 Ph 53891556 wicker back, castor feet $700 53542792 Pretty 12.2hh Grey Mare, Ph 53825774 Bird cage, hexagon shape approx 6 years, broken to (6-sided), 2m H x 110mm W, all harness, good to catch shoe Chest of Drawers, Antique accessories $250 Ph 53820411 float, quiet but green, currently Oak, five drawers, fully restored not in work, would make good $550 Ph 53825774 or 0427820411 child’s pony, suitable for pony Boer Goat Kids, $50 Ph club, harness and show $2200 Concave Picture Frames, 0448447211 after 5pm Ph 0457658502 $80ea Ph 0428324210 Border Collie Dog, 18mo, Puppies, Pomeranian X Federation Side Board and started working $300 Jack Russell, 7 weeks Ph 0427366636 M/C# old, 1 male, 1 female, good Oak Writing Desk $800 Ph 03 53566369 978102100025055 natured pups, sable colour, Budgies, for sale, various 978102100043121, 42430 $400 Leadlight Display Cabinet, colours $15 each Ph 53827626 Ph 53920243 $390 Ph 0427523317

Leadlight Secretaire Cabinet, with fitted writing desk, 1150mm width, 1885 height, EC $500 Ph 0417558774

Miners Couch, fully restored, lovely piece, original wire base, $700 Ph 53562431 evenings Miners Lounge, $200 Ph 0428324210

Caravans

Caravan, Paramount 18’6”, 2005, DB, 3-way fridge, 4-burner gas stove and oven, AC, fridge, microwave, battery, DVD surround sound, leadlight cupboards, r/o awning and new full annexe, one owner, always Camper Trailer, Cavalier, 2002, shedded, EC $34,500ono Ph VGC, 6 berth, DB inner spring 0428133100 mattress, tailgate kitchen, large tent, awning and walls, 6’ x 7’ $6000ono Ph 53891377

Caravan, Roma pop-top, 2001, 14ft, s/beds, back entry, EC, $13,000 Ph 53548223 Camper Trailer, Jayco Swan, 6-8 berth, ideal introduction to caravaning, easily towed by average family car, fridge and brakes overhauled, new wind up winch cable fitted, extended annex and bed end flys, 1983 model, GC with plenty of life left, rego till Feb 2014, B13670 $6000 Ph 0419598432

Singer Sewing Machine, made in 1873 w/cover, working order, hand operated, $450 Ph Camper Trailer, Outback, 2002, 53546222 8x6 side kitchen, water tank, Singer Treadle Sewing heavy duty canvas, large tent Machine, beautiful stitcher, w/awning and sides, reg Dec VGC, extras $325 Ph 53581100 2013, $5000 Ph 53524554

Caravans

Caravans

Camper Trailer, sleeps 4, heavy canvas, lots of extras, R63683 $4500 Ph 0418584308

1992 Windsor Pop Top, 16’, off road tyres, AC, 3-way fridge, gas stove and microwave, 12 volt/ 24 lights, DB and bunks, new annexe, hot water, TV antenna $14,000ono Ph 0417554089

2006 Jayco Expanda, TV, microwave, flys, hoses, EC Caravan, Evernew Poptop 1989, 3-way fridge, microwave, $22,900ono Ph 0427880265 single beds, 2-burner gas Camper Jayco Dove, pop stove and grill, TV antenna, full top, 1984 with annexe, GC, annexe, long rego, bonus cover rego 01/14, R21434 $5500 Ph valued at $300, $11,000ono Ph 53839288 or 0419558260 0408222466

Jayco Series 90, 15’ pop top, GC with as new full annexe, D/B, 3 way fridge, 4 burner cook top, oven hardly used, microwave, pantry, many cupboards $9750 Ph 53521005 Jayco Westport Pop Top 1996, 17’, air conditioning, rollout awning and annexe, gas cooktop and grill, 3way fridge, island double bed with storage, EC $17,000ono Ph 0419972013 Reduced Jayco Stirling Pop Top, 2007, 17’, rollout awning and annexe, front club lounge, side kitchen, cook top grill and oven, double island bed, Herron AC, new digital TV, 3-way fridge, battery and monitor, always shedded, EC $30,990 Ph 0419561981

Caravan, Windsor pop-top, EC, r/o awning, microwave, island double bed, $12,000 Ph REDUCED Majestic Knight 53562310 or 0400699039 Single Axel, 17’ long, shower and toilet, battery pack, 3 way fridge, gas elec hot water, gas elec stove, roll out awning, single beds R95403 $28,000 Ph 0417302688 Royal Flair Pop Top Caravan, 2004, 14’, rear entry, DB i/ spring, fridge, cook-top, m/wave, Compas 15ft Pop Up Caravan annexe, elec brakes, used four 1993, island double bed, times, always shedded, EC wardrobes, hot plates, 3 way $20,000 Ph 0409433672 fridge, sink, plenty cupboard space, excellent condition, light Slide-on Camper, Millard blue interior E27531 $15,000 1985, 3 berth, fridge, stove, battery pack, GC $6500 Ph Ph 0402302028 Robyn 0439797922 Gazal Pop-Top caravan, single axle, roll out awning, 2 single Ute Mate Campervan, 3-way beds stored undercover, selling fridge, gas stove, 240 and 12 for health reasons, $18,000 Ph volt, VGC $2500 Ph 53912028 or 0423762270 53822537 Viscount Pop Top 1980, s/axle, Hi-Ace 1980 pop-top camper, 18’, 5-berth, GC, rollout awning, fair condition OHZ724 $3000 Ph full annexe, large 3-way fridge/ 53566212 freezer, front kitchen, reg 02/14 Jayco 12’ Pop Top, with $6900 Ph 0428827015 Ararat annexe, truck tyres, HD susp, and more $7200ono Ph 0429810550

Caravan 1999 Roadstar, 12 mths rego, DB, 3-way fridge, gas stove and HWS, microwave, AC, shower and toilet, rollout awning, P32475 $33,000 Ph Jayco 2007 Expander, AC, 53922563 EC, annex flys, roll out awning, 2005 16ft Regent Crusader, always shedded, S45774K roll out awning plus annexe, $27,000ono Ph 53911772 single beds, 3-way fridge, Jayco Expanda Outback, microwave, R55050 $16,000 Ph 2008, battery pack, roll out 53941981 awning, full annexe, bed flys, 2005 Magna Wagon, 3.5Lt, great family van, very spacious, one owner, immaculate T bar, auto, cruise, climate control, ABS, cargo barrier, Caravan Supreme Semi-OR, condition $31,000ono Ph alloy wheels, one owner, full 2008, 18’6”, extras, suit 0438887732 or 53874235 service history, t/b, many extras, new buyer $42,990ono Ph Jayco Expander, 16’ pop top, 12/05 build, 3-way fridge, roll out UBX194 $9900 Ph 0428560630 0417516599 Ararat awning, inner-spring mattress $24,500 Ph 0419351246 2003 Spirit Camper Trailer, as new , heavy canvas and tail gate kitchen P89984 $8000 Ph 0447398338

Caravans

Windsor Caravan, one owner, A/C, 4 burner stove and griller, microwave, 3 way fridge, lovely interior of soft green, double bed, R.O awning and annex, , always shedded, EC $17,900 Ph 53826676 or 0428826676

Windsor Windcheater 2000, 19’, double bed, battery and AC, roll out awning, full annexe, shower, light and weight, easy to tow N5339 $26,000 Ph Jayco Hawk Campervan, 0415060314 2002, in good condition, full length annexe with floor pole, Clothes & front verandah and bed flys, Accessories light truck tyres, will sleep up to 5 people, $12,990 Ph Horsham West School 0438332847 Karen, Nhill uniform package, 7 shirts Jayco Pop Top, 90 series, sized 10-12, as new, 8 long single axle, single beds, 3 way trousers, 2 bomber jackets, r/f, oven 4/burner cook top, school backpack, library bag plenty cupboards XRH094 and reader pocket $100 Ph $9000ono Ph 53827594 53811258


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Commercial Equipment

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Commercial Black 3 glass Field Bin, Ackland, 20tonne with door under bar refrigerator bagger $2000 Ph 0409388611 cabinet, new cabinet with motor, Header Inter 725, hydro drive, $1800ono Ph 53302008 low hrs, shedded with 3 fronts, Cool Room Motor, Kirby drop ready to harvest $3300 Ph in unit, 1hp, 6mths use, 240v, 53870522 EC $1700 Ph 0417101120 Header, JD 6600 C/W 22ft open Drink Fridge, Orford, 2 glass doors, shelves and lights $1300 Ph 0417101120

Prime Mover, International S2600, 400 Cummins, 13 spd, PTO bunk, AC, turn table, NNP882, semi tipper trailer also available $25,000 Ph 0419323118

Computers & Entertainment Desktop Intel Core 2 QUAD CPU Q8400 2.66GHZ, Nvidida Gforce 6600, 320gig HDD multi recorder, 20” monitor, keyboard and optical mouse $350 Ph 0428336397 Optima Centoris V862 Laptop, 15” screen, Windows O.S, Nvidia Gforce 7300, 120gig HDD, core2 duo T5600, elite laptop case $250 Ph 0428336397

Farm Machinery

Spray Tank Hardy, 1600L, Airless spray unit pump, fibreglass, $650 Ph 0428837235 Greco Construction King $6000 Ph 53582131 Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 26 spare chains, 3 spare bars, Aluminium TOA Trailer, Borcat $750 Ph 53583326 32’ x 6’6” tri-axle, tare 6.5 Tank, 95,500ltr, galvanised tonne, roll tarp, service history, maxi, 2” outlet and ball valve, excellent order $33,000inc Ph front bat reel, completely re-built ladder, lockable access 53931228 or 0419025984 and ready, good goer $15,000 hatch, plus extras $5500 Ph Antique horse drawn plough, Ph 53598254 0418304855 single furrow garden display Header, John Deere 7720 turbo, Tractor Tyres, rims and hubs $200 Ph 53596244 2 speed drum, 30ft tyne, reel x2, to suit MX Case, 620/70 Bed, electric lift and mattress, front & trailer, 3000hrs, smale R 42, 95% + $10,000 Ph elec blanket, underlay, hardly plucker to suit $20,000+GST Ph 0408369685 used $1200 Ph 53566302 53808227 Tractor, Lanz Bulldog, 1950 P Pomonal I Tyre, 600/65 R 28 $1000+GST Series, model- D8516, 40hp, Bed, futon, queen size Ph 0408369685 shedded as a working tractor innerspring mattress $400 Ph Inter 711 Header, 18ft comb $25,000 Ph 0429335706 53822911 with trailer, in good condition Ph UD CWA 300, Marshall Bedford Freighter Motor 50833496 AH TM880 Spreader, Lister 3cyl Home, 10m long, lots of extras, Inter 725 Header Hydrostatic, spinner motor, GPS guidance, 350 Chev motor RSK542 20ft comb/15ft open front with Bartlett ball $45,000+GST Ph $32,000neg Ph 0499248287 comb trailers, in good condition 0408369685 Bench Seats, flip up, 4 seats Ph 50833496 AH Upper Cross Auger kit, to suit per row, $30 Ph 0408557603 JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, Macdon $5610 Ph 0428910211 Billiard Table, slate top, dual speed drum, 230 front, Vennings 14’ Seed and super excellent condition, 2-850 comb trailer, GC $19,800ono unit, side delivery, VGC $9900 x 1-500, 2 sets of balls and Ph 0428821394 inc Ph 0417539107 rack, cue sticks and rack, spider John Deere Tractor, 8760, chalk, telepool number and 300HP, 24sp power shift, shaker $3500 Ph 53821376 8000hrs, GC $35,000 inc Ph

1985 International T2670, with Off Set Disc Shearer 606, 40 22ft grain tipper, GC, QRTT, plate, $11000 Ph 0427957222 great seed fertiliser truck, 5361F, $30,000+GST Ph 0428541522 Air seeder, 32’ AFM bar 8” cut, floating hitch with alfarm A550 bin, new spare belt included, VGC $45,000 inc GST Ph 0428894258 or 53894258 Dimboola Austin 1951 Tray, 12’, UB hoist, grain bin, suit wreck, Edmunds bale loader, bag loader, best offer Ph 53547510 evenings only Baler Class 85, VGC, Ph 0427957222

Rolant $4400

Berendes Grader Blade, 8’, hydraulic angle and tilt $5000ono Ph 0427323041

Boom spray, Hardi, 3400L, 20m Navigator, D/S foam, 16.9/30 tyres, hydraulics, lift and fold $19,800inc ono Ph 0427808601

REDUCED Truck, ACCO 2150/B, 1979, 555 Road Ranger 13spd, bogie drive, tipper and grain bulk, no RWC, 03886F, $25,000ono Ph 0429383050 or Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25ft 53598250 finger reel, trailer, $15,000+GST Silo, Sherwell 65 tonne, ground Ph 0427861052 Kaniva opening lid and sight glass $6200 Ph 53910230 Cultivator Shearer Fieldspan 33’, $1100 Ph 0427957222 Slasher Lockston, 15’, red model, mulching loads $4000 Excavator, Mitsubishi Ph 0428823372 MS180LC, 18T, MUD/GP buckets, GC, very reliable Small square baler, M.F 124, GC $2900 Ph 0419389693 $24,200 Ph 0427360603

GRAIN HANDLING EQUIPMENT

REDUCTION SALE Huge discounts in March and April 15% OFF ALL PORTABLE AUGERS IN STOCK 70’ Squeeze Belt Conveyor $ 29,900 ex gst -save $6741 85’ Belt Conveyor $ 21,990 ex gst-Save $ 3802 10” X 62’ Swing Away Auger $ 14,200 ex gst -Save $2328 12” x 82’ Swing Away Auger $ 23,000 ex gst -Save $ 3,344 Bunker retrieval machine $ 31,000 ex gst - save $ 6,717

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Large Corner T.V Unit, on Red Gum, split footwood, castors, with above shelf for ready to pick up, $80 cubic DVD/Austar, suit 42” T.V mtr. Murphy’s wood yard Ph $300ono Ph 0447539415 0408546028

Life Jackets, 5 in EC, waders in Cool Room, 6m long x 2.4 EC $150 Ph 0419505737 high x 2.4 wide, pallet door, 5 1/2 years old, EC, $10,000 Ph 53913197 after 6pm

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

Lincoln AS400/50 welder, EC $4500 Ph 53582131 Makita 3612 12mm Plunge Router, VGC $210 Ph 53881238

Books - Old, maths, physics, chemistry, suit yr 12 student, good revision exercises $20 the lot Ph 53562301

REDUCED Trailer, any use, tailor made to house amazingly safe fishing/recreation boat, folding trailer with separate fuel compartments, folding draw bar, lifting lid that can have the boat on top, the ultimate holiday and weekender, only take the toys or tents you want out the rest gets locked up, instant roll out kitchen on wheels, fantastic and rare set up, pristine condition, more pictures available, Boat is perfect for local waterways, can carry in pieces to hidden waterways, full rig, 15hp OB, sounder and all safety gear, 4 door trailer, elec brakes, 2 compartments one for boating gear (inc motor and trailer), 2 fuel store areas, made for each other, Boat- KH605, Trailer- S95831 $12,000 Ph 0419553163

2 Plega Single Beds, 3ft x 6.8ft inchs, touch button controls, back and leg lift with inner spring mattress, EC, cost $4500 each Sell $3000 each Ph 0447539415 wool, approx 120 square 3 Wheel Walker With Zip-up metres, RRP $4800, sell $2800 Leather Bag, excellent Ph 53823092

Pump, electric start, diesel, high 6x4 trailer, brand new, still volume, 80mm, new, inc battery, in box $1300ono Ph Peter $450 Ph 0428336397 Willaura 0429139502 AH

Vennings Auger 50’x 9’, 20hp Honda, all hydraulic lift, drive and steer. c/w cereal flight and extra bean flight, ideal paddock and silo auger, EC $12,900 +GST Ph 0418822700

Water cartage tank, rapid spray, 15400lts, can be reduced to any size down to 4200lts, with 4” camhock out let, retail REDUCED Header CAT $18,000, sale price $10,000ono Lexion 470R 204, 340hp, 30ft Ph 0419323118 Horsham front and trailer, GPS yield mapping, Auto contour, 2080 cut hrs, ready for harvest, For Lease have retired, $165,000ono Ph 53541270 or 0427322006 Excellent sheep property, good shelter to lease, 480 acres, good sheep grazing county, Apsley district available 1st May 2013, good water, big woolshed and good sheep yards, contact Reduced Trailer, Heavy Duty owner Ph 0447275737

Boom spray, Hardi, 12,000LT x 12m, foam/draw bar and hyd, with tank and 5.5hp pump EC $2200inc Ph 0428504228 inc hoses $3900 ono Ph Kaniva 0418529907 Ararat

Chainsaw, Stihl 028, super 51cc, 16 inch bar, one owner, mint condition, workshop and field tested, 3 months warranty, $550 Ph 0439723289

For Sale

Cycads, 10 medium size, great Mariner Outboard, long-leg, stylish pot plants or in ground 15hp, elec start, ec, very little $30each Ph 0428504913 use $1800ono Ph 0407737659 Dimplex Refrigerated Air Mattress, Captain Snooze, Cooler, reverse cycle, portable, q/size, luxury zone, extra as new, $550 Ph 53596260 or support to spinal area $300 Ph 0439855993 53524062 Double Horse Float, Franklin, Meat Saw, GC $500 Ph all new tyres, registered, fair 53541380 condition, J62305 $3500 Ph Mobility Scooter, Rover, hardly 0418792512 used, always charged $1500ono Elec lift chair, navy leather, Ph 0428852497 cloth cover, on wheels, $700 Ph Nerine Bulbs, plant now for 0402632058 an Autumn display, several Black Plastic, 8 new rolls, 4m x 50m, suitable for grain shed Farm Gates x 2, galv, 1x3.11m, varieties, competitive prices Ph floors and bunkers $1200 Ph 1x3.65m $60 the lot Ph 53542542 or 0409803298 53823270 0427323041 Nikko Stirling Telescopic

0428212996

New Holland 7840, FWA, FEL, bucket and forks, new tyres, VGC, 6400hours, $33,000 Ph 0408171375

For Sale

For Sale 135 Litre HWS/LPG 2009 model, VGC $550ono Ph 0439309805 17 boxes of books, Readers Digest, novels, crafts, gardening, cooking, 100 plus LPs $200ono Ph 0428428035

Fishing Rods, 2 fibre glass surf Sight, 4x32 $100 Ph 53582111 rods, with Abu surf reels $100 Noritake (Evansdale) dinner the lot Ph 53823270 set, excellent condition, 8 Furniture, Hardwood study settings, 56 pieces, $400 Ph 53825283 REDUCED! Hydraulic Landing Bostich Nail Guns, 1x framing desk $20, Pine coffee table $100 Legs for Semi Trailer, with pick up only Ph 0407357985 gun, 75mm nails, 1x rotary wheels, $400 Ph 0419323118 magazine for lighter work also Gas stove 4 burner, large oven, nails, made in USA $500 Ph Bicycle, $50 Ph 0405348757 Ride on Mower, Deutscher 280, 53524062 Ararat 12.5 HP, B/S motor, elec start Golf Buggy, electric, battery, $1250 Ph 0411419516 Ararat Bricks, approx 1000 $240 Ph laserlite $320, spare battery 0418101778 Ride On Mower, Greenfield $100 (new), charger carry bag 30”cut, brand new motor and Bricks, second hand, red solid, Ph 53522123 or 0431215956 Outdoor Jarrah Table setting, battery $2000 Ph 0458681119 Ararat qty 300, $210 Ph 0429824219 beautifully handcrafted, seats 8 Golf Clubs, men’s, RH Callaway adults comfortably, $1000 Ph Ride on mower, Masport, 11/30, minimum hours, EC driver, Brosnan Woods and 0429909290 $1500 Ph 53911290 irons $150 Ph 0428530908 Ride On Mower, White Cruise Hand crafts, one box, knitted Matic, 38” cut, 12 HP $2000 Ph knee rugs and bed spreads, 0458681119 suitable for market $120ono Ph ROK Electric Vacuum Blower, 0428428035 never used, still in box $100 Ph Hot water service, new, 0447539415 electric, Rheem 315L $600 Ph Palm Tree for sale for removal Safe, large, fireproof, 53564502 Bricks, very old, solid reds, at buyers expense, price is 770x500x530, near new, must clean, on pallets of 400, $400 Hot Water Service, Volken negotiable Ph 0447362925 sell $699ono Ph 0447380293 Ph 0418529907 mains pressure electric, 50 Patio Gas Heater, still in box Stawell litres, 5 1/2 years old, EC $400 $150 Ph Peter 0429139502 AH Buggy Twister, Good Goer $500 Scooter, Superior 4, EC, with Ph 53913197 after 6pm Ph 0427957222 Pea Straw/Garden mulch, custom made canopy and new Bunk Beds, antique white House bricks, 2500, s/hand, weed free, $5 delivered batteries $3999 Ph 53581723 timber, almost new spring clean, ready to lay, $2000ono Horsham area Ph 0407011084 or 0429406058 mattresses, EC $350 Ph Ph 0418535801 Plega Adjustable Bed, double Shoprider mobility scooter, 53881314 IBOSA Electric Bike, EC $850 size, touch button control to 2009m as new condition elevate back and legs, as new $1850ono Ph 0408234547 Café Tables and Chairs, Ph 0419894761 EC, 50 black Bentwood Style Kitchen Benches, secondhand, $2000 Ph 0409523448 Singer Machine in Horn chairs, 5 rectangle tables, 15 1x 2400 x 600, 1x 1800 x 600, Pool Table, solid base and cabinet, boxes of cotton, fabric round tables $6,000ono Ph inc sink, Ararat pickup $250 Ph fold up legs, sticks and and patterns $150ono Ph 0412936307 balls included, GC $180 Ph 0428428035 0419322775 0407972090 Six man camper tent fits on Carpet, near new, top quality

condition $50 Ph 53581100 Stawell

4-Frame honey extractor wax trough and gas hot knife $800 Ph 0488068251 6x4 Trailer, with crate, spare Case 460 Chain Trencher, wheel and jockey wheel $450 2000 model, 27hp Kubota firm Ph 0432635701 diesel engine, hydrostatic drive, Air Conditioner, Suzuki 4WD and 4 wheel steer, good portable refrigerant, 9000 chain with tungsten faced teeth, B.T.U, quick sale, as new, cost z-way backfill blade, eng no $800 sell $190 Ph 0438840235 V1505WH1099 EC, $15,000 plus GST Ph 0427873578 or 0439659862 Russel Air Hockey Table, Haleoc, 1500ml x 750ml, GC $200ono Cast Iron Bath, second hand, excellent condition, best offer Ph 53911772 Ph 53824219 Air hose reel with air fittings and air pipe, new $100 Ph Peter Chainsaw, Mill McPherson type, GC, $300 Ph 53548241 0429139502 AH

Sofa Bed, 0429238478

Sweater knitting machine, as new, boxes of wool and knitted garments $150ono Ph 0428428035

Klamp Wheel Lock, 100% protect your car, size 195cm, its new $109 Ph 0400543038 Pump, Hardi 1203/9, coupled to Honda 5hp motor w/gear reduction, max pressure, 15bar/220PSI delivering 90lts per/min $650 Ph 0428336397 Willaura

Kubota BX1860 2011 Tractor, with front end loader and konga 1.2m slasher, only 35hrs use, diesel, 4wd, EC $19,000 Ph 53595264

EC $350 Ph

Queen size doona, pure wool, mini jumbuck $100 Ph 53821468 or 0418370933 Rain Water Tank, Gal, 5800ltrs, VGC, RHS tank stand $450ono Ph 0428820708

Swimming pool, 24’ x 12’, near new liner, bubble cover, sand filter and pump, ladder and hoses $1000 firm Ph 53922233 Table top Arcade Machine, 21” high resolution VGA Monitor, 3 side - 2 player, flip screen function, 1066 games including Donkey Kong, Galaga, Frogga, Pacman, Street Fighter etc, free credit button, ideal Christmas gift, $1499 to arrange an inspection Ph 0438981153 Ballarat


For Sale

Household Items

Tapestry, cotton and wool plus unfinished works $150ono Ph 0428428035 Tent, Blackwolf Mojave SG6, as new $350 Ph 0437009711 Tent, Ozetrail, used for markets inc. 4 walls 3mx3m $180 Ph 53823369 Timber , Oregon, 10inch x 2inch x 54m, 8 inch x 2 inch x 36m, Childs matching desk, chair $1000 Ph 0419505737 and bookcase in peach and cream $220 Ph 0418175930 Timber Beams, Laminated, 525mm x 80mm x 7.2m $450ono Ph 53582111 Timber Window, second hand, 1 fixed pane/2 sashes, 2693 long x 1268 high, GC $400 Ph 53581173 AH Timber, American Pine, excellent building material for handyman, various sizes worth $2000, sell $600 the lot Ph 53581825 Toilet, Roma, white, s-trap, unused, worth $159, sell $80 Ph 53583661

Childs matching desk, chair and bookcase, plus matching dressing table with mirror and side table in purple and cream $400 Ph 0418175930

TORO Wheel Horse ride on mower, 212.5 model, 12hp motor, GC $1000 Ph 53982486 Trampoline, childrens, good condition $75 Ph 53595285 or 0429200566 Traps, Vermin pests, deterrence and lures, environmentally Childs matching desk, chair, bookcase and side table friendly $95 Ph 0418584308 in blue and cream, $250 Ph Twister Buggie, 150cc, GC 0418175930 $1500 Ph 0427913221 Couch, brown, micro fibre,

Wall Oven, electric, Everhot 3 months old, as new, $350 Ph 53581320 or 0409582273 $160 Ph 0427523317 Stawell Warne winch, M8274-50, new $3000, sell $1000 Ph Couch, Oscar Furniture, 3-seater, pinstripe, ideal for 0408306453 student accom, $200ono MUST Washing Machine, Simpson, SELL Ph 0408313004 6kg, top loader, $200 Ph DB Mattress, Sealy Posture 0418519194 Premier retail $1200 brand new Winch, Portable Electric, 12v $800 ono Ph 0428975203 Bill 3000 pound capacity, new $200 Dickwick Magnet, queen-size, Ph Peter 0429139502 AH EC $100 Ph 0448825609 or Wood Master Wood Lathe, 53810390 swivel head, cast iron bed, variable speed, 2Mt, 1 x 10 TPI spindle, 2 morse tails and accessories $400 Ph 53542638 Ararat

Dining Chairs, 2 x Straight Backed Edwardian $200 Ph 53562301

Dining Suite, mahogany table, 6 black genuine leather high-back Wood Stove, IXL, hot water chairs, excellent condition, service tank inc $500 Ph cost $2750, sell $1200 Ph 0409405629 Horsham 53928259 Wood stove, Stanley Agar, flue Dining Table, 7 piece, timber, kit, GC, HW jacket $900 Ph cloth seats, as new $350 Ph 53911617 0448009803 AH Electric Oven, built in with Yamaha Golf Buggy, petrol ceramic cook top, Fisher and motor $2800 Ph 59201210 or Paykel, 600mm, GC $250 Ph 0428920210 53524025

Household Items

Fridge, Westinghouse, round top, as is $70 Ph.0427630051

Household Package, TV unit, dining table, pinto chairs, 3 2 mahogany bedside cabinet, drawers lowboy Ph 53822256 1 drawer, 1 door, $100ea Ph or 0429822256 53810332 Kitchen Crome Setting, 6 2 Patchwork quilts, 185 x chairs, vinyl, saffron colour, 335cm’s, green/apricot tones, tan trim; wood grain laminated liberty print, $160 Ph 53825338 table, chrome double legs, as new $325 Ph 53581100 or 0408334910 4pce lounge setting, 2 x 3-seater couches, 2 x recliner chairs, upholstered in blue embossed fabric, VGC, leather recliner, deep brown $1000 Ph 53844274

Lounge Chair, leather, large, recliner, red $120 Ph 53824164

Lounge Room Suite, 3 piece, 2x electric recliner chairs, 3 seater couch with both ends electric recliners, chocolate in colour, velour-like fabric Air conditioner, refrigerated $1800ono Ph 0428922335 portable Nobo Cool, EC, hardly used, view in Horsham $600 Ph Lounge Suite, leather, 2 x two seater lounges and 1 chair, 53836378 VGC $750ono Ph 53826584 Bed, QS, 2 side cabs, 7 piece dining, all as new, will sep $750 Lounge Suite, cream genuine leather, 3 seater, 2 chairs, brand Ph 53882274 new, hardly used, beautiful style/ Chair, Oscar electric lift, EC, look, cost $3500, sell $1950 Ph 0409405629 Horsham $800 Ph 0429954795

Household Items

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Lounge Suite, Janda, 3-seater, Boat, 3.4m aluminium tinny, 2 chairs, floral pattern, GC $500 Bermuda 340 Discovery, JV Ph 0429826937 Hopetoun marine trailer, 15hp Yamaha motor, walk on trailer, eagle fish finder, tonneau cover, $4500 Ph 53524351 or 0439624351

3 Micky Thompson Eaja ATZ Tow bar for BA-BF sedan, tyres, 265/75R16, 1 at 100%, rated 1600kg auto, 1200kg 2 at 95% $600 Ph 0427329356 manual $200 Ph 0400917978

Boat, 4.65 King Fisher Bayrider, 60hp Mercury, canopy, marine Lounge, blue, 5 seat, with radio, GPS fish finder, Vic rego, corner glass table, in good always shedded, very nice condition, $300 Ph 0438332847 boat, EC, HB431 $14,000 Ph Karen, Nhill 53882274 Pine Kitchen Dresser, solid, 2 Boat, brand new Hunter Marine piece $390 Ph 0427523317 v-nosed punt and gal trailer, REDUCED Childs 8pc 15hp Honda 4-stroke motor Bedroom Suite, including warranty end 2016, new rod trundle, desk and book cases holders, fish finder and life $225 Ph 0428991202 jackets, carpet floor R27054 $8000ono Ph 0427816202 Single bed, trundle, white Bronze Propeller, 12 inch with metal, $160 Ph 0427630051 45inch x 1inch s/steel shaft $80 Ph 53524062 Ararat Stools, Bar/kitchen x2, cedar stain, country style, high backs, Catamaran, cheap, Alpha swivel seats, as new, no marks, Omega 4.5mtr, trapeze, race $120 pair Ph 0409405629 rigged w/ trailer, C50/253 $2950 Horsham Ph 53566236 Television low-line unit, Kayak, Dagger Halifax 5m, sea mahogany stain, cupboard with shelving each end, shelf & 2 kayak, rudder, skirt, ideal ocean/ drawers down middle, as new, river, VGC $1195 Ph 53840264 no marks, beautiful style/look, Kayak, 2.8m Zambesi inflatable 1650mmLx700Hx500D, $450 kayak, pump and carry bag, as Ph 0409405629 Horsham new, $260 Ph 53840264 Tumble Dryer, gas/electric, Qunitrex 385 Explorer, VCG $275 Ph 0427523317 20HP Mercury Motor, dunbier TV Unit, large, EC, best offer Ph trailer, Garmin fish finder, new 0448693560 canvas cover, fully carpeted, TV, older style, set top box, safety gear, rod holders, spare recorder, videos $60 Ph wheel, swivel seats, 5 months 53824164 rego, boat rego MC899, trailer Twin Single Bed/Bunks, timber rego S95511 $6000 Ph Chris and wrought iron, slat base, 0429908895 Jeparit rails and ladder, inc mattresses, EC $300 Ph 53941075 or Savage Jabiru, 3.55 v-nose punt, 1997 mercury 15HP, 2 0417148424 seats, safety gear $5200 Ph Vintage indoor plant stand 0417548650 Horsham $30 Ph 53824164 Wall unit/dresser, pine, 4 Ski Boat, Flight Craft Banshee drawer, 2 cupboards, 2 shelves, and trailer, EC, perfect family 220H, 150W, 52D, 1 off piece, boat, rego EU165, and trailer built by a cabinet maker, $350 rego TO8348 $6500 Ph Ph 0427182015 53981979 or 53982016 AH

Alloy wheels, Toyota Corolla conquest, 16inch rims x 4, brand new, $395 Ph 53562414

5 Landcruiser 80 series 6 stud steel 16”x18” rims, with nuts and caps $500 Ph 0427329356

Trades/boat Steel Full Length Canopy Ute Back to suit std Roof Rack, for std Ute tray, tray, near new cond, $1800 Ph heavy duty,3.3mtrs x 1.37mtrs 0418535801 $350 Ph 50837259 Canopy, to suit 8’x6’ tray, steel Ute Tray, steel, to suit space cab frame with lift out side and rear 6’10”x6’, tool boxes and battery gates, separate front gates for Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm dogs, complete tarp cover with box $1000 Ph 0429821171 2003, 7,600Kms, BR594, zip sides and back, near new new tyres, RWC, $8,800 Ph condition $1600 Ph 0429821171 Motor Vehicles 0428941264 Under $3,000 ED LSD, 3.27 Ratio, VGC REDUCED Honda CRF 150, $150ono Ph 0428820708 small wheel Moto X , very Engel 40L fridge slide $200 Ph 1969 Toyota Corona, no rust low hours, never raced, VGC, suit restoration, RT 40-610922 0427329356 $3000ono Ph 0408311257 $600 Ph 54981227 or Ford Mag Wheels, 4xRoh, tyres 0427981227 and rims, 225/50ZR16, 95% tread $600ono Ph 0458681119 Honda CRF250R, competition dirt bike, excellent condition, $5100 Ph 53810096 or 0408987595 Horsham

REDUCED Kawasaki ER6F 2008, 650CC, Black, immaculate, rego till June ‘13, done 3500kms, original condition for $6000 Ph 0408397279

Gearbox conversion, Ford ED T5, gearbox, bellhaising, flywheel, clutch, tail shaft $500ono Ph 0428820708 1971 Rover 2000 P6 automatic, 124,949kms, runs well, original manuals and history, no reg, eng no 40515252K $2000 negotiable Ph 53566217 Pomonal

Suzuki 2011 GSXR 1000, first 1987 VL Commodore, owned registered May 2012, 1500km, Hard Top, MGB from new, 8K196GL223604L EC, 1G4JM $14,200ono Ph Manton, good order, $800 Ph 54981227 or 0412733385 has been stored 30 years, 0427981227 Suzuki 400 Quad Bike, 2WD, $1000 Ph 0418529907 1988 Ford Ute, tarp and ladder 600kms, as new condition $5500 Holden 308 red motor, turbo rack, rego 10/14 B.B.D.L. mags, Ph 53595285 or 0429200566 pattern, fresh rebuild, comes VIN JL4OJY11692C, DPZ112 with Turbo 350 gearbox $2200ono Ph 0427855030 Suzuki DS80, 1990 model, GC, $2000ono Ph 0400048550 VIN: DC13A100738 $1000ono 1998 Hyundai Excel, manual, Ph 0427801969 low kms, new clutch, GC, RWC, OYL051 $2750 Ph 0419132137 or 0408132137 89 Lancer GLX, 119,000kms, no RW, GC VIN: JMFCA2H41KJ006421 $600ono Ph 0429163455

Mags, HSV 4 - 18x8, excellent Ford Capri, convertible, VGC, condition, new tyres, REDUCED YZP743 $2200 Ph 53891419 $1500ono Ph 0418529907 Ford Falcon 2002, factory gas, Trailer, multi roller boat trailer, amazing economy, AC, CC, to suit 15-18ft boat, new tyres, Suzuki Motorbike, DR650 TB, fully serviced, well cared Marine 2 stage winch, $1500neg Ph SE, 2010, low kms, 12 months for, Horsham owner, RMS266 reg, with RW $6800ono Ph $2800 Ph 0437120034 53524062 0429139502 AH 12’ Savage Boat, with 8hp Ford Laser KN Lxi, 2000, Mercury motor, with travel sedan, GC, YGC465 $2000ono covers, VGC, inc fish finder, Ph 0428583354 Motorcycles oars and many extras AT648 Holden VP Wagon, dual fuel, $2800 Ph 0408222466 new tyres, cage, very reliable, 50hp 4-stroke motor, Yamaha, 1984 Honda Solo 6 250 Mags, VR Clubsport, 4 -17X7.5, as is, rego 7/13, FKX273 tiller steer electric start/tilt, roadbike, GC, no reg, no RWC, excellent condition, new tyres, $1200ono Ph 53881218 $4500ono Ph 0429821238 eng MC08E2009200 $1200ono $800 ono Ph 0418529907 Hyundai Lantra SE, 1998, Boat, 2007, Stacer 519SVS Ph 0409352556 Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and 148,000kms, 5-spd manual, Suzuki RMZ 250, 2010, 2 hours Sea Master Boat, Mercury 90 use from brand new, perfect roll bars, suits GLX-R model, AC, CC, PS, near new tyres Optimax motor, with Stacer condition will not disappoint, blue, EC $1500 Ph 0434557919 and battery, service history, V-loader trailer, very low hours, $5900ono Ph 53812373 or MSA 4x4 new DS40 drop EC, RWC, OYN237 $1800 Ph boat and trailer rego until Nov 0412897704 down fridge slide $500 Ph 0418553990 2013, B- LA729, T- S21221 $30,500inc or ono Ph 53882248 Triumph 07 Daytona Super 0427329356 AH Sport 675, no reg, no RW, REDUCED Wrecking 1988 vin# SMTTMD10667304239 Nissan Patrol Wagon 4x4, The Weekly Advertiser complete minus motor and 2x4 325, in VGC, one owner, $8000neg Ph 0499248287 welcomes your advertising. little use $3900 Ph 0428504913 Volkswagen - Harley Davidson gearbox $400 Ph 0411419516 We are required strictly by law to include specific information Boulevard C50 Cruiser, Trike, 1600cc, Harley forks tank Rolling Chassis, Ford F100, seat, custom paint, $15,500 Ph 1973, 3” dropped I-Beam on some items when Suzuki, fuel injected V-Twin, red 0437759798 front axles, 9” diff $3000 Ph Hyundai Lantra, AC, PS, publishing your advertisement. 2006 model, low kms, as new, 177,680kms, needs head 0407350834 A snapshot of your obligations Yamaha 650 V-Star Classic, many extra, FO852, $7500ono gasket, will supply kit, # are as follows: 1st registered Feb 2012, Ph 0428852338 G4C8M711690 $500 Ph BOATS 4400kms, immaculate condition, 0418529907 All advertisements for boats Buell XB9R Firebolt, 2002, Vance-Hines pipes, pack rack, must include: Hyundai Sonata, 94, 29000km , VGC, Long reg, back rest, jacket and helmet • Hull number or silver, 245,000kms, VIN: included, IF6MB $8500 Ph GD854,$7800 Ph 0407636449 registration number of KMHDF21FPSU242872 0418595257 the boat Honda 5 Wade VTR 1000, $1000ono as is Ph 0437964166 If a trailer is included with the Thunderace VCG, low km, after market Yamaha Amanda boat, the advertisement must YZF1000R, 1997, RWC, reg mufflers, RWC, YA982 $5500 also include: Dec 13, VGC, regrettable sale, Set of 4 Commodore mags Mazda 323, 1981, goes well, Ph 0458311922 • Registration number or CQ450 $4500 Ph 0409551122 20inch, new low profile tyres EC spare motor, VIN: FA4UV554844 chassis number of the $200 Ph 0413716718 Honda CRF 230, 2010 model, Yamaha TT600, 1987, $800 Ph 0438311775 trailer. looks new, little use, comes with 17,000kms, GC for age, Tool Box canopy metal, to suit MUST SELL Toyota Corolla, REC rego, 8004.A $4500 Ph unregistered $1500 Ph 6x4 trailer, ladder rack with shelf 1993, no reg, runs well, eng no: 4A917168 $600 Ph 0438523758 0447188274 0427816202 $250 Ph 0458681119


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Motor Vehicles Under $3,000

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Nissan Navara ‘97 Cab Chassis Ute, 2x4 petrol, steel tray, good tyres, for wrecking, VIN: JN1ACGD21A0406374 $700 Ph 50837259

2005 Kia Pregio GS Van, 2.7litre Diesel, 5 speed man, A/C, pwr steering, windows with bars all round, Exc Cond, 184,500km Gen reason for sale, UDR074 $7900 Ph 53581246

Pulsar Q 1993, unregistered, economic runabout, needs work, 2006 Hyundai Getz 5dr Manual runs ok, vin- F4FN14MOE18655 Hatch, 75,000km, excellent condition, silver in colour, $600 Ph 0438311910 full service history UAY266 REDUCED Mazda, Utility, $7500ono Ph 0438754255 1987, B2000 cab plus, 5 speed, 205 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, reg March 2013, good tyres, manual, red, 30,000kms, tbar, PFO426 $1250ono Ph immaculate, one owner, 0402027023 UGK606 $9,000 inc RWC Ph REDUCED Peugeot GL 504, 0447398338 76 model, auto, air cond, 97 Ssangyong Musso, 5cyl auto original books AZH163 $1500 diesel, good goer, 330,000KM, Ph 53569340 or 0412482521 VIN KPTFOBIBSVP102024 $3200ono Ph 0419118788 Toyota Camry, 1995, full Dimboola rego, RWC, portable CD, EC, 223,000kms, OCE902 $3000 Ford Fairmont Sedan, 1997, auto, blue, 225,000kms, t/bar, Ph 53857278 dual fuel, gas fitted Nov 2009, Toyota Commuter, 1991, 12 12 months rego with RWC, seat bus, 279,786km, noisy ideal first car or cheap to run engine NJE690 $1550 Ph family car, XIP138 $3750ono Ph 0413628306 Neil 0410017969 Toyota Corolla, 1991, reg March 2013, auto, AC, GC, EMO871 $900ono Ph 0428530908

Ford Fairmont sedan, EL 1998, VGC, RWC, TB, AC, reg Jan 2014, new tyres, RPZ205 $3950ono Ph 0447380293 Stawell Ford Falcon EL 1998, XR8 sedan, manual, 185kW engine, dual fuel, 126,000kms, OVP895, with RWC $8250 Ph 0438908574

Toyota Corolla, 1993, no reg/ RWC, manual, runs well, engine no: 4A9165134 $800ono Ph 0409562464

Toyota Dyna RU12 SWB 2-Ton, inc Tieman, 1000lb lift, runs well, QRL326 $3000ono Ph 0418529907

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Ford Falcon Forte, wagon, 2000, new tyres and exhaust, RWC, reg Jan 2014, 176,000kms, RGT973 $5800 Ph 0429859890 or 53910220 Ford Falcon MKII Wagon, 2005, auto, CC, AC, cargo barrier, EC, TLQ299 $7000ono Ph 53470285

Ford Marlin Space Cab, 220,000km, auto, good tyres, RWC, ROK159 $5800 Ph 0428375775

1979 924 Porsche, 2lt fuel injection, red in colour, engine no XJOO2750 $5500ono Ph 0429846313 or 0353846313

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Alves to speak at sports night F

ormer St Kilda coach, VFL premiership player and Brownlow Medal runner-up Stan Alves OAM will speak at a Horsham RSL Diggers sports night and jumper presentation next month. Mr Alves, who played 226 games for Melbourne and 40 for North Melbourne and took the Saints took their first grand final in 26 years, will be a guest at Horsham RSL club on April 17. Horsham RSL Diggers and Horsham RSL subbranch are working together

in presenting the event.

The theme of the evening will be mental toughness and sacrifice in sport. RSL Diggers president Peter Miller said Mr Alves, who like the football club had an historic connection to the game and returned servicemen, had an ‘inspirational story to tell’. “He will give great insight into the game and aspects involving mental toughness,” he said. People keen to attend must book through Horsham RSL. Tickets are $40 and include a two-course meal.

THE MAN: Former St Kilda coach Stan Alves will speak at a sports night in Horsham. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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ON THE BOARD: Former Horsham Hornets players Cam Bruce and Corey Collier have made an immediate impact at their new Big V state league club, Sunbury Jets. Stepping up to division one, Collier scored 14 points in the Jets’ 66-70 opening-round loss to Geelong Supercats while Bruce scored seven points with four assists and four steals. The duo backed up the following day with Collier adding 19 points and eight rebounds, while Bruce contributed four points, seven assists and two steals in the Jets’ 70-79 loss to Chelsea Gulls. They are pictured with Sunbury coach Shannon Peterson. Collier was the Big V league MVP playing for the Hornets in division two last season, while Bruce was team captain and one of the competition’s leading players. Horsham players were forced to find new basketball teams after Hornets leaders decided to wtihdraw from Big V competition, citing financial reasons as a major cause. Former Hornet Jarryd Watene is playing with Geelong Supercats while cocoach Tim Pickert and rising star Darcy Tucker are among Hornets opting for football this season. Picture: CONTRIBUTED


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Homers favourite but Blue Panthers in hunt I

a habit of lifting for big occasions. For a start, the Pigeons will have crack opening pair Midgley and Andrew Newall and then work their way through Adam Carter and the Morgans. Of course, waiting in the lower middle order is figures wrecker Brent Hudson who clipped 86 last week.

By DEAN LAWSON

f making runs means everything in a cricket match, Rupanyup-Minyip will start Horsham Cricket Association’s A Grade grand final against Homers this weekend as a slight underdog. The Blue Panthers, despite a thrashing semi-final victory against Noradjuha-Toolondo last week, perhaps fall short of matching the Pigeons in batting depth and will need to produce heroics similar to last year to win back-to-back titles. Homers have poured on the runs in their last two digs, on two occasions against Laharum and including a big semifinal run-chase for victory last week. There is no question that all-rounder Chris Hopper, who made a rapid-fire 150 last Sunday, is in red-hot form and with disciplined backbone opener Sandy Hodge leads a formidable batting top order. Although he did last weekend, skipper Lachie Jones rarely fails at number three, Hodge’s opening partner Jason Templeton loves the cut and thrust of finals, Simon Hopper is a luxury at number five and Adam Atwood sits in the wings when quick runs are required. The grand final will also unfold at a carpet-like Horsham City Oval where if the wicket behaves like it did last week will produce a lot of runs. The big difference for Homers this weekend will be that they come up against a considerably different bowling attack. Athletic all-rounder Clinton Midgley tends to hit the deck hard and his four wickets last

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CRACKING FORM: Homers all-rounder Chris Hopper hit 24 fours and four sixes during a rapid-fire 150 to end Laharum’s season on Sunday. Hopper’s efforts overshadowed the work of opposition captain Damien Bunworth, below, who hit 16 fours and four sixes on his way to 130 on Saturday. Pictures: WILLAMY IMAGES

week emphasised his critical role in the team with the ball. Finals experience oozes from Rupanyup-Minyip’s veterans and only the foolish would discount the potential impact Paul or Craig Morgan or ever-wily Leigh Funcke might have on the contest. Throw in bowling surprise packet Ryan Metelmann and the Blue Panthers’ bowling list appears more than handy.

play a huge role in curbing the runs. Both bowled well last week with Chris Hopper’s deceptive arm ball particularly dangerous. Homers will have to work through a batting list that has

Testament to the Rupanyup-Minyip batting list is that the likes of Metelmann and many-time innings saviour Nick McIntyre are making up the tail. All eyes of course will be on how Paul Morgan performs, particularly with the bat and considering how sensational his match-winning century was in last season’s final. The match will unfold over Saturday and Sunday. In other grades, NatimukGoroke will play RupanyupMinyip in a B Grade final at Cornell Park and BlackheathDimboola will continue its three-game clash with Horsham Saints Red at Horsham College with BlackheathDimboola 1-0 in the series.

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Brownless at medal Radio and television personality and former Geelong footballer Billy Brownless will be guest speaker at Horsham Cricket Association’s Cec Hopper Medal night on Sunday. The presentations will be at Horsham Sports and Community Club from 7pm. Officials will present premiership trophies in all senior cricket grades during the night.

This week: Grand finals, A Grade, Saturday and Sunday, Homers v Rupanyup-Minyip at Horsham City Oval; B Grade, Saturday and Sunday, Natimuk-Goroke v RupanyupMinyip at Cornell Park; C Grade, grand final, Blackheath-Dimboola v Horsham Saints Red, Saturday-Sunday, games two and three at Horsham College. Last week: Semi-finals, A Grade, Homers 6-280 (C. Hopper 150, S. Hodge 38, A. Atwood 34no) d Laharum 278 (D. Bunworth 130, G. Doyle 85), Rupanyup-Minyip 251 (B. Hudson 86, P. Morgan 52, C. Morgan 35; M. Combe 6-56, R. Scott 3-42) d Noradjuha-Toolondo 68 (C. Midgley 4-18, R. Metelmann 3-12). B Grade, Rupanyup-Minyip 7-171 (D. Clark 43, J. Tegelhuter 41, V. White 35no; S. Waterworth 4-69) d Horsham Saints 168 (M. Crafter 71; V. White 4-73), Natimuk-Goroke 170 (K. Hair 37, P. Derrington 30; T. Brand 7-46) d Quantong 125 (R. Caris 46; B. Tough 6-34); C Grade, grand final, game one, Blackheath-Dimboola 0-157 (D. Toet 75no, C. Toet 63no) d Horsham Saints Red 9-146 (D. Drew 26; D. Toet 3-31).

Wimmera-Mallee Last week: Grand final, St Marys 223 (N. Germano 55, T. Germano 39, T. Bell 39; S. Dyke 7-54) and 6-165 (P. Lehmann 74no, K. Taylor 32; T. Pietrie 3-43, S. Dyke 3-88) d St Arnaud 135 (B. Ezard 40, H. McNally 30; T. Bell 5-35).

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Footy Countdown Edenhope-Apsley

South-west Saints seek success I

By DEAN LAWSON

t came with a rush and suddenly Edenhope-Apsley was there – playing off for a Horsham District Football League premiership. Some might consider EdenhopeApsley’s loss to Kalkee in last year’s grand final a prime example of ‘the one that got away’. Or was it that the Saints’ arrival as a competition was slightly premature? The Saints, who captured the imagination of the football-loving public in the Wimmera’s southwest last year, again loom as topthree contenders. This time Mal Coutts and James Dixon are in charge of a spirited senior group that will attempt to carry on the premiership campaign.

OPTION: Bordertown recruit Michael Crilly kicked 76 goals for the Saints in 2012. Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES

At a glance Coaches

Seniors: Mal Coutts, James Dixon Reserves: Albert Lang Under-17s: Trevor McClure Under-14s: Clayton Caldow Auskick: Mark Cooper 2012 result: Second, W16, L2

been fantastic but realistically we might have been a little ahead of ourselves,” he said. Mr Close added that while premierships remained the ultimate measure of club success, they remained far from the driving force behind the Saints.

Edenhope-Apsley president Laurie Close agreed that for the group to reach the grand final last year after missing the finals altogether the previous year had ‘happened very quickly’.

“The simple aim is to have a sustainable football and netball club – that’s what we’re trying to put in place. It’s important to establish foundations for a strong, viable club that can continually provide sport in our community,” he said.

“Obviously we were disappointed but in saying that I don’t know if we were quite ready. For the club it was a new experience. We hadn’t played finals for many years. To win would have

Mr Close said the Saints had a membership of more than 370 as well as strong community support which with administration was critical in generating success and longevity.

“If you don’t have things in place properly it’s a bit like trying to grow crops on infertile soil. If the base isn’t right you will struggle to get a good crop and will end up chasing rainbows,” he said.

“It’s invariably like simply shifting a mob of sheep from one paddock to another and then saying the new paddock is going well when in fact the mob hasn’t grown at all.

“We’ve tried to make the club more than just a sporting organisation. It’s about establishing a base where people can come and feel comfortable.”

“Obviously we have players coming into the club but we haven’t been banging on doors in Horsham.

Philosophy Mr Close said part of the consolidation process was reflected in a developing recruiting philosophy that involved pursuing players who had traditional connections with the club. “We have made a concerted effort to make sure the majority of players we pursue are home grown,” he said. “We make every effort to encourage people to come back and play with us and yes there have been financial incentives. But in most cases this applies to players who have somehow made previous contributions to the club. “The danger of going out and approaching every footballer across the Wimmera becomes a case of simply pinching players and not actually growing football. It’s one of my personal frustrations.

“We’ll be competitive and, like running any footy club or business, will be disappointed if we’re not better than last year.” Joint coach Mal Coutts said the expectation was for the Saints to again make the finals and preseason of late had gone from consolidating and fine-tuning a game plan. “What we identified from last year is that we didn’t have enough experienced guys who had played finals. Instead of trying to recruit willy nilly we’ve tried to pick four or five guys to strengthen our list and I believe we’ve done that,” he said. Midfielder Billy Christie, a friend of Dave McLeish, forward Will Smith, returning from Alice Springs, Carl Obst and super-experienced former Ballarat League premiership player Hayden Cartledge will play with the Saints this year.

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or some regional footy fans it seems like only yesterday that Horsham Saints made the boldest of moves to step up a gear and shift into Wimmera Football League. Yet this year marks the 20th anniversary of the daring decision which involved the then St Michaels putting everything from long-time supporters and sponsors to even the club’s future on the line. The Saints’ move, following a trail blazed by Imperials-Wonwondah years earlier, represented a developing club maturity and desire to be something more than the ‘local parish team’. The rest is history with the Saints providing or at being the heart of some of the greatest moments in the contemporary history of the competition. But the one critical trophy that has continually eluded the camp from the shadows of Meadowbank at Coughlin Park in its two decades at major-league level is a senior premiership. The absence of a flag protrudes from the Saints’ modern history like a painful thorn in a lion’s foot, preventing the beast from producing that roar of come-of-age confidence

At a glance Coaches

Seniors: Brendan Broadbent Reserves: Dennis Hobbs Under-17s: Brendan Bryan Under-14s: Jamie Atherton, Mark O’Beirne Under-12s: Brett Janetzki, Scott Bond Auskick: Tim Lannen, Matt Taylor 2012 result: Fourth, W11, L7

and satisfaction that grand-final wins produce. They remain the only club in the competition without a premiership. Saints coach Brendan Broadbent made note of the circumstance this week as he provided The Weekly Advertiser with insight into his club’s preparations for the 2013 season. “It’s quite a contentious issue and I’ve spoken about in the pre-season,” he said. “We haven’t been able to push through that ceiling. We’ve played in several grand finals in Wimmera League and haven’t won any of them. On the 20th anniversary of being in the league we have to look at our previous performances and maybe think outside the box to help

us push through. “It’s been an issue, we’ve never gone into a final as a red-hot favourite and that comes down to building a team and getting all the right elements of a team together.” Broadbent suggested that the finals formula in creating a premiership team usually involved getting a mix of experienced players, young veterans in their early 20s and emerging youngsters together. “We have that mix this year and the hope is that it can translate on the ground and into performances,” he said.

Excitement Broadbent said the Saints introduced a free-flowing style into their game to accommodate a crop of young players last year and this year would again be about adapting plans to suit personnel. “The build-up basically started at the end of the last year shortly after our guys dipped out of the finals. There’s a fair bit of excitement around considering all kids who have been exposed to senior footy. What is really exciting is that a lot of the senior guys have been buoyed by that and have made a commitment to stick together.” Horsham Saints will analyse playing styles in a three-way roundrobin practice-match series in War-

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IT’S ON: Yacht club commodores Peter Knights from Stawell, left, and Mark Johns, Horsham, rekindle a friendly club rivalry dating back to the 1960s before racing at Green Lake. Stawell sailors, who won the first clash between the clubs at Lake Fyans earlier this year, continued their winning form last weekend. The contest included 13 boats in two divisions and Stawell won both with Jan Ibs von Seht winning a mono section and Ross Bennett a catamaran division.

Up-and-coming apprentice jockey Carryn Downie is quickly making a name for herself in the Victorian riding ranks. This continued last Sunday at the Ararat meeting when she was aboard Tequila Queen for her master, Kyneton trainer Danny Curran. The duo was in a restricted sprinting event over 1100 metres carrying a prize purse of $15,000. With the young hoop showing recent good form in the saddle, Wimmera punters expected a bold showing. This was reflected as Tequila Queen was the most popular elect on course just before start time. As soon as the starter released the nine-horse field Downie made the quick decision to restrain her mount and settle at the rear. In a good display of patient riding Downie started to angle the daughter of Invincible Spirit to the extreme outside just before straightening for the run home. Tequila Queen found her way to the outside running rail which appeared to be the better ground. The five-year-old mare accelerated strongly in the favourable conditions in the home straight to score a comprehensive two-and-a-half length victory. The win was Tequila Queen’s fourth for career earnings of $61,000.

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Yendall dominates again Horsham jockey Dean Yendall’s red-hot season continued last Sunday at the Ararat meeting, booting home a winning treble. Dean kicked things off early combining with former Warrnambool, now Caulfield based, trainer Ciaron Maher to ride his filly Nullabar Belle to a three-length victory in the opening event. Yendall soon added to his tally when he combined with leading Victorian country trainer Darren Weir to boot home ‘good thing’ Sutanoc in the feature event, accounting for his two rivals easily to win by four lengths. The final leg of Yendall’s ‘three-peat’ came in the last event again combining with Weir’s ultra impressive galloper Reddamour who absolutely bolted in with an awesome display, recording a winning margin of almost six lengths. The Horsham hoop’s latest treble takes him to the top of the tree in the Australian Jockey’s Premiership with 107 winners for the season, leapfrogging Melbourne’s Brad Rawiller on 103 wins. Yendall is well on track to reclaim the title he won almost two years ago.

Horses to follow Three-time Horsham Cup winning hero Texan Warney is on track for another good campaign after an eye-catching third in a return to racing at Oakbank in the Adelaide Hills last Saturday. Moon Light Cristi made a sound debut at Ararat with a solid second placing and looks to have a future for Stawell trainers Terry and Karina O’Sullivan. • Josh Mackay is treasurer and executive of Horsham and District Racing Club.

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immera Regional Sports Assembly is working with Volunteering Western Victoria and Sport and Recreation Victoria on an ambitious project – to train the next generation of club leaders.

The Club Leadership Project aims to prepare the next generation of leaders in the region’s clubs and associations through a intensive training program. Topics in the program include how to be an effective committee member, event

and risk management and future club development. WRSA executive officer David Berry said the modules were being delivered by Volunteering Western Victoria staff with expertise in the field. “As well as theory, there will be a practical component to the training, with participants also picking up skills in sports first aid, taping, Responsible Service of Alcohol and level-one coaching,” he said. “Apart from the skills they receive by way of training and course work, the

participants will also be engaged by their club or association to perform some work around their club.” Mr Berry said clubs interested in participating in the project in 2013 should express their interest to WRSA by contacting project co-ordinator Matthew Berry on 5382 4599.

“Only 12 positions are available in the program, so interested clubs should act swiftly to ensure their youngsters don’t miss out,” he said.

Back-to-back for St Mary’s Warracknabeal club St Mary’s is celebrating consecutive Wimmera-Mallee Cricket A Grade premierships after holding on to defeat St Arnaud at the weekend. The reigning premiers took a 90-run lead into the final day on Saturday and thanks to an unbeaten 74 from allrounder Peter Lehmann were able to build the gap to 253 before St Arnaud conceded the match. Tim Bell earned back-to-back grand-final ‘man of the match’ honours, scoring 39 runs and taking five wickets in the first innings victory.

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olden has thrown its engineers behind a facelift for the Australian-built Cruze smallcar in a bid to woo more buyers, while a warmer turbo version adds some appeal for enthusiasts.

However, satellite navigation is missing from the range until midyear as a new system is being developed in tandem with the VF Commodore. Expect it to be standard on the SRi-V at the very least come June.

It may look no different, but the updated Adelaide-built Cruze sedan and hatch is substantially tweaked under the skin and – perhaps more crucially – will be substantially cheaper to buy when it hits showrooms in early April, with a razor-sharp starting price of $19,490 plus on-road costs. Along with the price cut, which pitches it at the heart of the likes of Toyota’s Corolla and the Mazda3, comes a longer list of standard features – the Cruze also becomes the first Australian-made car to get GM’s MyLink infotainment system with seven-inch touchscreen on all variants, including the renamed entrylevel Equipe. Holden has added some welcome sizzle and spice to what has been perceived as a prosaic offering with the introduction of a pair of hotter performance variants powered by the Opel Astra’s 132kW/230Nm 1.6-litre turbo engine, and priced from a tempting $22,490 in SRi guise. Sure to throw the cat among the warm-car pigeons, the SRi and its better-equipped SRi-V 1.6 turbo sibling – from $26,490 – easily under-

Existing features include Bluetooth phone connectivity with audio streaming, auto headlights, steering wheel audio, phone and cruise controls, and a trip computer. This makes the Cruze Equipe not only one of the cheapest base small-car offerings, but also one of the most well-equipped.

LION CLAWS: The 132kW/320Nm Cruze SRi-V warm hatch has the Mazda3 SP25 firmly in its sights, with a razor-sharp price of $26,490.

cut the less powerful Mazda3 SP25, which makes up around 20 percent of all ‘3’ sales and is priced from $31,490. In an effort to address criticism of the car’s middling dynamics, Holden tasked its boffins – led by lead engineer of the current Chevrolet Camaro – with ‘localising’ various transmissions, suspension, steering and throttle mapping across a development phase involving 70,000km of testing. Holden has also ditched the Kumho tyres used on the previous version and replaced them with pricier Bridgestones on all variants from base to top, helping grip levels and road refinement.

As one Holden insider put it to us: “This is really the Cruze we should have launched with four years ago, but all we can do is move forward with the stronger product we have”. The company won’t talk specific sales targets, but makes no bones about its need to boost sales to well above their current levels. Cruze volume is down 36.8 percent this year, and was down 13.7 percent for 2012 – although this was enough to finish third in small-car sales. With a host of Japanese and Korean rivals selling at 1990s prices thanks to strong exchange rates, Holden reacted by cutting $2000 from the starting price of the entry variant,

dubbed Equipe rather than CD as its predecessor was known. The resultant $19,490 figure undercuts rivals such as the Toyota Corolla and the recently launched Nissan Pulsar – both $19,990, Hyundai i30 – $20,990 and Mazda3 – $20,330. Extra standard equipment over the outgoing CD includes 17-inch alloys, front fog lights, rear parking sensors and the new seven-inch touchscreen with MyLink connectivity and access to internet radio and streaming services Pandora and Stitcher – already included in high-end versions of the Barina, but a first for an Australianmade car.

Drivetrains at this level are unchanged, with the cheapest versions retaining the 104kW/175Nm 1.8-litre EcoTec petrol unit matched to a fivespeed manual or the $2200 more expensive ‘second-generation’ sixspeed automatic transmission. Holden’s engineers claim to have removed a major issue from the old CD by shortening the auto’s gears and calibrating it to hold onto ratios for longer. Also retained are the 103kW/200Nm 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine and the punchy 120kW/360Nm turbo-diesel priced from $25,690, down $2100. Further up the range is the sedanonly CDX, available again with either the 1.8 petrol or 2.0 diesel engine. Mike Costello © GoAutoMedia, 2013

Next Mitsubishi Triton targets five-star safety Mitsubishi has revealed that the next-generation Triton utility and its Challenger SUV offshoot that will be unveiled sometime next year, will be the safest ever, with a predicted fivestar crash-test rating.

To help achieve that goal, advanced accident prevention technology like radar-controlled cruise control is likely to be made available, while improved driver-aid systems like stability management programs will be standard on the Triton. Speaking at the Geneva motor show, Mitsubishi Motors

Corporation board member and head of projects and strategy Ryugo Nakao, said that achieving top crash-test results is one of his engineers’ biggest priorities.

SAFE BET: Mitsubishi is aiming for a fivestar Euro NCAP crash rating for its next generation Triton ute, that is expected to be released in 2014.

“We will try to reach the target of ENCAP five-star,” Mr Nakao revealed, “with the help of prevention safety systems.” Confirming its development program, the next-generation Challenger SUV based on the Triton pick-up truck will also adopt the same technological advancements when it is released, most probably later in 2015, according to Mr Nakao.

Mr Nakao added that meeting tighter emissions regulations had been another driver in the Triton’s development.

brid technology, as per the GR-HEV concept truck displayed on Mitsubishi’s Geneva stand.

ing carbon dioxide emissions with diesel/hybrid combination is the best way to meet stricter regulations,” he said.

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Ford’s agile new Fiesta T

he Ford Fiesta ST is promising impressive agility after footage was released from the esteemed proving ground ‘Track 7’ in Lommel, Belgium.

Expertly piloted by seasoned Ford Vehicle Dynamics specialist David Put, the little Ford slides from one corner of the damp test circuit to the next at the fringes of adhesion. Various chassis modifica-

tions have been made to the ST over the standard Fiesta including a 15mm ride height reduction, modified geometry, low profile tyres on larger wheels and Fords Torque Vectoring Control system.

oped at the Nurburgring in Germany – the country in which the three-door version will also be built.

With a 132kW 1.6 turbo and six speed manual gearbox up front the result appears to be a capable package in the right hands.

The recently released footage suggests the Fiesta ST will be as exciting as previous ST badged models and is adding to anticipation amongst enthusiasts prior to the Australian launch later this year.

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ELECTRIC SLIDE: The Ford Fiesta ST is promising impressive agility after footage was released from the esteemed proving ground ‘Track 7’ in Lommel, Belgium.

Volkswagen’s super model Golf wagon sheds the kilos Volkswagen has shed the weight equivalent of a large adult from the next version of its Golf wagon, and fuel economy is the winner. The 105kg weight saving for the next-generation family load-lugger, announced at the Geneva motor show, means the German premium car-maker can launch a version of the Golf in Europe that uses only 3.3 litres per 100km – 0.6L/100km better than Toyota’s environmental hero, the Prius hybrid. The Golf wagon also introduces allwheel-drive underpinnings, a feature that should be handy for ice-covered European roads, but also alludes to

ed more room in the boot, growing from 505 litres to 605 litres compared with the last generation that has only been on sale in Australia since 2010. Rear seats down, and the Golf will swallow a bigger 1620L load, 125L more than the model it will replace. The load-lugging Golf is the same as the hatchback only as far as the trailing edge of the driver’s door.

the possibility of an R-badged version of the dog-friendly fare. Details on the wagon are sketchy, although the new model is 307mm longer than the seventh generation

of the Golf hatchback that we’ve already sighted, with an overall length of 4562mm making it slightly shorter than the current model. The tretch over the hatch has yield-

Beyond that, the shape of the hatchback’s rear pillar has been pushed back to the rear quarters of the wagon, with the rear quarter windows forming part of the pillar. This helps the new Estate, as the wagon version is called, look longer and sleeker than it is.

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Inside, the show car features a dash and front seats that mirror that of the Golf 7 hatchback. No information is given on how much extra space is handed over to the rear seats, but a 60:40 split-fold seatback that folds almost flat provides much-needed interior versatility. The rear tailgate appears to open conventionally, although the wraparound rear pillars eat into its width. Volkswagen Australia said it was too early to talk about when the new Golf wagon was due in Australia. Barry Park © GoAutoMedia, 2013


Thursday, March 21, 2013

Off-roading on Patrol N

issan has departed from the utilitarian, rough-and-tumble style of its Y61 Patrol, which lives on as the brand’s less expensive diesel option in similar style to the D22 and D40 Navara utes.

This replaces traditional sway bars and shock absorbers with a fluid-filled network of pistons, pipes and accumulators that both reduce body roll and increase wheel articulation.

Interior Inside the Patrol is better than outside. We do not usually comment on a vehicle’s styling but we dislike its slabby, flabby, strangely rounded look that is also slightly ostentatious and tacky. The huge external dimensions – 5140mm long, 1995mm wide and 1940mm high – make the Y62 bigger than a LandCruiser 200 and yield plenty of interior space, including limo-like legroom for the centre row and respectable amounts of space for the three-seat third bench. Yes this thing seats eight, perfect for the fertile or the popular. Although potential breeding partners or friends may be put off by the looks. The Patrol is a comfortable, quiet place to be. Everything feels solid and well made, but we were not convinced by the swathes of wood trim and the only colour scheme is 90s bachelor pad black. The seats are like vast armchairs and although the number of storage options is limited, what does exist is of the large variety, such as the door bins, glove-box and bin beneath the central arm-rest. We tested the Patrol during hot weather and its powerful air-con system cooled down that black interior in no time, helped by activating the rear vents that blow cool air across the windows, killing heat from the hot Australian sun before it enters the cabin. Apart from serving as a display for the excellent reversing camera, the Patrol’s central screen is a bit pointless in that there is no sat-nav, a glaring omission given it is available on the $28,900 Pulsar Ti.

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dated and while we’re complaining, the indicators have no lane-change function, we dislike the old-school foot-operated parking brake and the massive centre row head restraints spoil good visibility. Folding down the rear seats to turn the Patrol into a luxury van is easy, as is access to the rearmost row, helped by the centre row’s fold and tumble action.

Engine and transmission Bad news. The Patrol devours fuel from its 140-litre tank like there is no tomorrow, while making tomorrow less likely given the prospect of climate change and international unrest once the crude oil runs out. Officially it consumes 14.5 litres per 100 kilometres. Mainly suburban driving resulted in an average approaching 20L/100km, off-roading caused it to gulp an astonishing 30L/100km and during an hour of driving in city congestion, the trip computer reported upward of 40L/100km. On a relatively flat freeway run at a constant 100km/h we saw an agreeable 10L/100km. Be in no doubt, this thing will require regular $200 fill-ups of 95 RON premium unleaded, so get saving those supermarket dockets. But the engine is an absolute gem, emitting an exotic V8 howl without ever being intrusive and packing plenty of punch in a smooth, effortless and refined manner. It means the Patrol is always sprightly and responsive and has more than enough go for hauling this almost three-tonne beast across off-road obstacles. Tackling a set of sweeping turns in third gear it positively whizzes along, with instantaneous responses that can only come from a powerful, free-revving naturally aspirated V8.

Ride and handling Having recently driven the all-new Range Rover, the Patrol stacks up impressively well in the ride and handling department, especially this Ti variant with its fancy suspension system.

Ironically for such a thirsty vehicle, the screen’s primary use appears to be displaying – in numerous formats – how much fuel the 5.6-litre V8 is slurping, in addition to readouts on the multi-function trip computer in the instrument pack.

Attack a set of fast, sweeping bends and the Patrol feels more composed than the Rangie, and the speed-sensitive steering that is soft and fluffy round town becomes perfectly weighted, brilliantly direct and pin-point accurate – better than the Range Rover’s woolly feeling helm.

Said trip computer is a bit clunky and

Negotiating gravel tracks at speed re-

Room for improvement Styling inside and out, heavy fuel consumption, inexcusable lack of sat-nav

vealed a surprising nimbleness and adjustability on the throttle, with powerful brakes, rock-solid stability and loads of grip building confidence. It all makes the Patrol feel much smaller than it is and is truly impressive for any SUV, let alone one this big. The stability control system can get a bit intrusive, slowing the vehicle down rather than just helping keep it on the desired line but let’s face it, it is better to be safe than sorry in a big, hefty top-heavy vehicle. Ride quality is pretty much spot on, ironing out almost all undulations and exhibiting none of the small bump shudder the Range Rover’s otherwise wonderfully wafty air suspension transmits into the cabin. Despite continuing with a separate chassis design, it blows other hardcore offroaders – that’s you, LandCruiser – into the weeds. We were able to go off-road in absolute comfort and the Patrol’s imperious indifference to obstacles just made everything look and feel so easy. So easy in fact that we fear it is all too easy to get out of one’s depth while offroading.

Verdict Nissan has again impressed us with its engineering prowess and ability to imbue its vehicles with an unshakeable sense of solidity. As much as we love the fantastic V8 in the Y61 Patrol for its fantastic sound effects, smooth power delivery and effortless nature we question the logic of offering this as sole engine option.

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2012 PX Ranger XL Crew Cab

Driveaway $39,990*

S/N 13009. 2.2 litre turbo diesel, 6 speed manual. Features include air conditioning, 6 airbags, ABS brakes, stability control, cruise control, CD player, power windows, 12 months registration, alloy wheels, side steps.

commercials 50th Anniversary FG XR6

Driveaway $26,990*

ZCO-948. Utility, 4.0 litre, T/bar. Features include climate control, leather trim, alloy wheels, stability control, cruise control, ABS brakes, hard cover, rear spoiler, only 10,000kms.

FG Falcon Cab Chassis

Driveaway $19,990*

YAU-878. 4.0 litre EFI, 6 speed auto. Features include air conditioning, ABS brakes, dual front airbags, towbar, cruise control, alloy wheels etc. 8/13 registration.

PK Ranger XL Crew Cab

Driveaway $25,990*

XFT-977. 3.0 litre turbo diesel 4x4 utility. Features include air conditioning, dual airbags, cruise control, towbar, power windows, CD etc.

PJ Ranger XL Crew Cab

Driveaway $17,750*

WKX-264. 3.0L turbo diesel, 5 speed manual utility. Features include air

Even people rich enough to buy luxury cars with six-figure price tags dislike paying for fuel – Audi has dropped petrol from its A8 limousine and most Range Rovers sold are diesel.

conditioner, towbar, dual airbags, side airbags, ABS brakes etc.

But apart from that, the new Patrol significantly raises the bar at its price point for its excellent combination of road manners and ruggedness, even showing the standard-setting Range Rover a thing or two in some areas.

cruise control, heavy duty towpack, alloy tray, registration to 1/8/13,.

That is not praise we give out lightly, so well done Nissan. Can’t wait for the facelift though. Haitham Razagui © GoAutoMedia, 2013

17/7/13 registration.

2008 FG Falcon Tray

Driveaway $18,990*

WOS-329. 4.0 litre, dedicated gas. Features include air conditioning,

Excellent condition.

GRAMPIAN FORD Queen Street, Ararat. 5352 2037

A/H Gary Hargreaves 5352 1136 A/H Geoff Faneco 0418 679 945 *All prices are driveaway

www.grampianford.com

Ford Credit

LMCT 7107

Underneath is speed-sensitive power steering and a clever motorsport-derived Hydraulic Body Motion Control suspension system.

2001 Ford Laser LXi Sedan

WOT-219. 4.0 litre dedicated gas, 4 speed auto sedan, features include,

The $92,850 Ti variant tested here costs $1640 less than the equivalent 200-series LandCruiser VX and $3050 lower than the diesel-powered Land Rover Discovery HSE.

A seven-inch colour screen controlled by a set of buttons and a rotary controller is linked with a single-disc CD/MP3/ DVD player that can store 2GB of music is iPod compatible.

TOP QUALITY VEHICLES FG FALCON XT

Instead, the Japanese company has clearly pitched the new eight-seat Y62 Patrol in direct competition with petrol variants of Toyota’s LandCruiser 200.

Standard equipment includes leather upholstery, eight-way electric front seat adjustment, height and reach adjustment for the leather multi-function steering wheel, dual-zone climate-control, cruise control, an electric glass sunroof, automatic headlights and wipers, Bluetooth telephony and a trip computer.

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