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WORKING WITH...SNAKES: Horsham St Brigid’s College students, from left, Olivia Wills, Rachelle Arnott and Charlotte Frost share a slithery experience with Kris Shaw from Wild Action during yesterday’s Western Victorian Careers Expo at Longerenong. ABC TV zoologist Chris Humfrey and team members from Wild Action ‘The Zoo Comes to You’ were among exhibitors at the expo. Students and others seeking career direction or change made the most of the event, the largest of its kind in western Victoria. Picture: PHOTOGRAPHY BY LUKE HOBBS

Vacant shop opportunity Wimmera Development Association’s Jo Bourke said the retail landscape was simply changing and the vacant shops represented an attractive proposition for new enterprises keen to get a foothold in a vibrant regional base. She added that changes in retail were

inevitable in a world that included a busy online marketplace and it was a case of exploiting instead of fighting evolutionary development. “It is important that people understand that while one business feels a need to vacate a shop, another, perhaps armed with a modern strategy that includes online and social media as well as shopfront sales, would consider it highly attractive,” she said. “They key from our point of view as Wimmera communities, is to make circumstances as easy as possible for new businesses to set up shop here.” Mrs Bourke quickly dismissed any suggestion that the empty shops re-

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flected regional economic concerns. “Not these days. It’s simply about changing shopping habits and there is probably a discussion about what retail services people in Horsham want that is waiting to happen. New businesses are popping up all the time and they need somewhere to go. “In Horsham there is a strong representation of national brands as well as many successful small businesses. There’s not much you can’t access in Horsham.” Mrs Bourke said the the region, with Horsham servicing a catchment of 60,000 people, was generating significant economic activity, investment

and jobs and was well placed to push strongly into the future. “The message is that if people walk down a main street of Horsham or other major centres for that matter, don’t panic. It simply presents a fresh opportunity in a changing landscape. “In some circumstances, considering the reach of the internet, there might be more business opportunities than there were previously.”

Different dynamics Mrs Bourke added that every regional centre had different retail dynamics but the message about exploiting opportunities was the same.

“For example, while Horsham, Stawell and Ararat are major centres with broad needs and opportunities, smaller communities might simply be about focussing on the daily needs of residents or servicing the agricultural sector,” she said. Mrs Bourke said one of Wimmera Development Association’s focus areas was a Wimmera Online website. “We now have more than 200 businesses that have a registered website or Facebook page. It is a great way for businesses to access support and for people to source information. Councils are also using it as part of shoplocally campaigns,” she said.

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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The Irwin Motors business has been sold to another entity and so it is farewell to this iconic Wimmera identity. Kym and Yolande Grosser thank you for your loyalty and friendship throughout their time with Irwin Motors. Inspired by an industry constantly implementing new technologies and efficiencies, both Peter Blair and Frank Delahunty are extending their involvement in agriculture. Along with Kym Grosser, Peter and Frank have formed Traction Ag which has arisen with the aim of consolidating the support for AGCO’s popular global brands, amongst others, across the region.

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SLIP, SLOP...SLOP! There’s always plenty of fun at the footy. Just ask little Natimuk United Auskicker Albie Trigg who couldn’t resist making the most of damp conditions at Natimuk recreation reserve last week. Rain and wind associated with a low-pressure weather system have swept across the region since the weekend, putting emergency-service personnel on alert and smiles on the faces of many broadacre farmers. Picture: DEAN LAWSON

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Victorian Farmers Federation vice-president David Jochinke, of Murra Warra, said there was a quiet confidence throughout much of the region’s agricultural community. “No one is getting too far ahead of themselves but there is definitely a positive feeling at the moment,” he said. “You couldn’t say we have a soil profile full of moisture at the moment and it is always hard to generalise because there are some pockets across the region such as near Kaniva and north of Nhill that are dryer than others. And everyone will need

rain come spring,” he said. “We’re a long way from having this in the bank but when compared with other areas of Australia we have had a great start. In a nutshell, we’ll take this start.” Mr Jochinke said prolonged warm autumn conditions had combined with the rain into winter to encourage strong growth in crops that had gone in early. Later crops had also quickly emerged. “Apart from perhaps legumes, I’d say the lion’s share of Wimmera crops are in and when we hit the colder months the plants should be well and truly established. The focus now will be on crop chemicals such as fungicides,” he said. “Overall, we just need a good spring and we will, potentially, be there.” Heavy showers associated with a lowpressure system have swept across the region since the weekend.

Horsham school mock emergency St Brigid’s College Horsham will be the focus of an emergency management exercise tomorrow.

Police and paramedics will be among emergency services to participate in the mock scenario at the college. The exercise will test the school’s preparedness and response to an intruder on the school grounds. Horsham’s Senior Sergeant Dave Ellis said it was essential for the city’s emergency services

to be involved in exercises such as the incident planned at St Brigid’s. 

 “This exercise is not only to assess the school’s response but also to refine the response of emergency services,” he said. “Residents may see some activity at the school on the day with emergency vehicles coming and going. The purpose of this exercise is to familiarise everyone with their specific roles and what their responsibilities would be in an emergency situation.”

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Broad’s court call Member for Mallee Andrew Broad has spoken in Federal Parliament about a need for Australian-wide intervention orders to help manage domestic violence. Mr Broad spoke in parliament about the issue based on circumstances occurring in Mildura – the northern part of his electorate. He said discussions with police in Mildura revealed that if police imposed an intervention order on an offender, the offender could simply cross the Murray River into New South

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Managing director Mark Williams said systems undergoing testing in the past 12 months, which were placed between a property meter and a premises, were relatively inexpensive to supply and install. “If successful, the trial could potentially provide an affordable alternative for our smaller towns to traditional centralised water-treatment plants which can cost several million dollars,” he said. GWMWater is trialling household units at Pimpinio near Horsham and a similar but larger system at Sea Lake Hospital. “The aim of the trial is to demonstrate whether these smaller, very localised systems can consistently produce good-

quality water and that the cost of maintaining and monitoring the units is not prohibitive,” Mr Williams said. Services and governance manager Andrew Rose added that the units varied greatly in size and capability from being able to treat supply for a group of houses in a small town to an individual farm house. He said they also varied between treating the water at the point of entry into a property to the point of use such as under a sink. “The water going into the system has to be of a reasonable quality which works in well with Wimmera-Mallee Pipeline supply. The units use various treatment technologies such as UV,” he said.

MP supports P-plater changes Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty has welcomed a change in restrictions on the types of cars that P-plate motorists can drive. Mr Delahunty said the move, scheduled to take effect on July 1, meant P-platers would be able to drive a greater range of cars, as well as more fuelefficient models. “Previously eight-cylinder cars and any petrolpowered cars with a turbo or supercharger were banned from being driven

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Chooka Williams at Taylors Lake dance Ouyen country music artist Brian ‘Chooka’ Williams will perform at a live music dance at Taylors Lake Hall on Saturday night. The night will also feature ‘walkup’ musicians including Leo Tellefson from Donald and Horsham district performers Peter McGennisken and Lachie Greig. Taylors Lake Hall is on the corner of Horsham-Lubeck Road and Fis-

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Classic talent on tap in Stawell Classical music performers and fans are invited to a Classical Talent on Tap evening at Stawell Uniting Church Hall at 7pm tomorrow. Stawell Regional Arts is host-

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Damp conditions across the region are attracting a variety of birdlife, including brolgas. A pair of the large and majestic birds have in the last few years frequented paddocks near Taylors Lake. St Helen’s Plains farmer Keith Fischer said the pair had been returning to the area to breed since 2011. While feeding sheep, he noticed them back in his paddocks again this year. Brolgas, also known as native companions, are a type of gregarious crane renowned for their flamboyant dancing rituals. They build nests on an island in marshland and usually lay two eggs. They are relatively common in northern Australia and are the official bird emblem of Queensland but are scarce is southern Australia.  Picture: KEITH FISCHER

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GOOD FUN: Volunteer Les Power is pictured with the tumbling zorb at Horsham Aquatic Centre. A dragon obstacle course is pictured is the background.

Giant inflatables at pool party An indoor pool party at Horsham Aquatic Centre on Sunday will feature a giant inflatable, tumbling zorb and, for younger children, a giant inflatable dragon obstacle course.

YMCA community advisory group is running a series of parties to provide families with an opportunity to visit the centre and experience music, games, prizes, food and drinks

for a $5 entry fee. Supervising parents are admitted for free to the party which runs from 1pm to 4pm. Organisers are again promoting footy club colours theme and children who come dressed in their footy club’s colours will be eligible for a prize. The YMCA community advisory group is raising money from the

parties to support the Open Doors Foundation. People seeking more information can call 5382 2576. The Horsham YMCA community advisory group helps people whose financial circumstances makes them unable to access YMCA services at the aquatic centre. The group started with the 2006 opening of the centre.

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Paramedics, ambulance community officers and community emergency response team volunteers received awards in front of colleagues and friends at an Ambulance Victoria Staff Service Awards ceremony at Horsham Golf Club. Leading the list of award recipients were Horsham MICA paramedic Stephen Ford, who received his 35 Years Long Service award, and Horsham paramedic John Serfozo, 30 Years Long Service and 30 Years Safe Driving. Other recipients were: 25 Years Long Service, Horsham paramedic Tom McLean, also 25 Years Safe Driving; Wayne Rice, team manager Stawell and 20 Years Safe Driving; Debra Hill, ambulance community officer, Kaniva, and 25 Years Safe Driving, and Dawn Austin, ambulance community officer, Kaniva and 25 Years Safe Driving.

Among the other recipients were Dunmunkle Community Emergency Response Team members Michael Penny, and Jason and Virginia McQueen, five-year Certificates of Service. Ambulance Victoria chief executive Greg Sassella said the presentations were a great opportunity to recognise the extraordinary efforts of Ambulance Victoria staff and celebrate with their families. “Every day we help people throughout Victoria at times of their greatest need, putting our paramedics and volunteers in a privileged position which carries associated responsibility,” he said. “By presenting these awards, we are thanking our skilled and professional paramedics and support staff for their commitment to Ambulance Victoria and to the communities we serve. While our award nights have a formal presentation of medals, it’s also a great opportunity to get together to celebrate the achievements of our people with their families in a social environment and catch up with old friends.”

Free education is far from free By DEAN LAWSON

One of the great boasts of Australian society must surely be that we can provide free education for our children, regardless of individual social-economic or personal circumstance.

It is a wonderful ideal that reflects how well a mature society understands the fundamental principles and long-term benefits in providing every child the right to learn and blossom in an environment of equality. If only it was true. We understand that from a governing perspective that there is no such thing Wednesday, June 25, 2014

EDITORIAL as ‘free’ education. Everything has a price and the state wears an enormous cost in looking after its public schools. But there is something fundamentally wrong and divisive when opportunity within the public school system is governed by the potential of a student’s family to pay their way. This is creeping in more and more as schools try to rationalise operations. It might start with ‘voluntary’ school fees, which in fact, are far from voluntary if a parent wants their child to have the same opportunities as their class-mates

during the year. Then there are costs for everything from uniforms to technological equipment and repairs, excursions, books, and even for printing out class work. The list goes on, depending on the school. Ultimately, families that rightly believe their taxes should have covered most of the financial burden, find themselves forking out an unexpected small fortune for school activities or critical class products. We all understand and many of us barrack for the user-pays principle underpinning community assets. But it is going too far to apply this in the public

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immera Uniting Care has closed its mobile op shop due to funding.

The mobile op shop, a pilot project of the Wimmera Youth and Community Mobile Centre, travelled to Mitre, Minimay, Glenorchy, Pomonal, Natimuk, Rupanyup, Marnoo, Watchem, Serviceton, Harrow, Rainbow, Yaapeet, Jeparit, Goroke and Apsley over the past 12 months. But in an open letter to Wimmera communities, chief executive Barrie Elvish said that although the project received wonderful feedback and some great outcomes, the costs associated were too great for the agency to continue.

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“The costs associated with co-ordinating projects, maintaining the vehicle and general running expenses have resulted in the board reconsidering its allocation and a decision has been made to cease all operations and associated activities of the Wimmera Youth and Community Mobile Centre,” he said.

“As for what the future is for the vehicle itself is still undecided.” Mr Elvish said Wimmera Uniting Care was reassessing the agency’s strategic objectives and looking at other ways they could support and strengthen individuals, families and communities in the region. “Wimmera Uniting Care would like to thank everyone who supported the project by donating clothing, volunteering, providing information or promotion and all those who browsed the huge array of items the shop had to offer,” he said. “During the pilot, coordinator Susan Griffiths and her crew of dedicated volunteers developed robust relationships with businesses, community groups and individuals in the communities the mobile op shop visited. “It provided access to affordable new and secondhand clothing at minimal cost as well as an informal method of outreach and communication with people in outlying areas of the Wimmera.”

READY FOR ACTION: Maxine Kahukura, Jahneva McGinnis, Claudia Lee, Birchip P-12 College VET teacher Kristy Knights, Dammy Owa, Kimberly Hill and Jaquelyn Street prepare for BCB’s agribusiness dinner.

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Wednesday, June 25, 2014


The ‘shot’ to launch lectures

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his Saturday marks the 100th anniversary of the ‘shot that started the Great War’.

Coinciding with the anniversary of the event, the assassination of Austrian Arch-duke Franz Ferdinand, Wimmera historian and history teacher Pam Cupper will present the first of a series of lectures on the subject. The illustrated and informal lecture, from 2pm at Wimmera HUB, 39 Urquhart Street Horsham, on Sunday, will outline why the assassination led to global conflict. It is designed to provide anyone keen to know more about why the world became embroiled in a devastating four years from 1914 to 1918 with a greater understanding of circumstances. Ms Cupper, co-author with

Pam Cupper Phil Taylor of Gallipoli: A Battlefield Guide, has visited First World War battlefield sites and has studied and taught related topics for the past 30 years. She has been a history teacher at Horsham College and Hopetoun P-12 College and has spoken at many RSL events, community groups and other schools. “As the centenary of the First World War approached, I thought it would be interesting to present a series of informal

lectures to coincide with each significant event,” she said. Ms Cupper plans to have three or four lectures each year, commemorating centenaries of events, during the next four years. “Obviously, the landing at Gallipoli on April 25, 1915 is commemorated annually, but we often forget the significance of events such as July 1, 1916, the first day on the Somme, or the Battle of Passchendaele in mid-1917, the Charge at Beersheba in October 1917, or the final victories against the Germans in 1918,” she said. Ms Cupper said she planned to also include ‘local colour’, through regional newspaper references from the time or stories of district local identities and their involvement with particular events. People keen to attend her lectures can book at HUBon 53 81 6701.

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GRANNY ADVICE: Author of Like Grandma Used To Make and founder of Dirty Girl Kitchen Rebecca Sullivan, right, was guest speaker at the latest Community Action Research Group meeting in Warracknabeal. Ms Sullivan spoke on using the skills of elderly community members and told how she became fascinated with the food industry. She is pictured showing her book to Rural Northwest Health chief executive Catherine Morley.  Picture: PETER MILLER

Investment for the regions A national group representing regional capital centres has called for greater Federal Government investment and recognition. Representatives from more than 36 of Australia’s regional capitals, made the call at a second annual Regional Capi-

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livability. Horsham Mayor David Grimble is an RCA member. Alliance chairman and Wagga Wagga Mayor Rod Kendall said regional capitals generated more than 15 percent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product and were home to almost four-million people.

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School project provides new homes for birds

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Horsham Primary School children involved in Workco’s Primary Technical Schools program, in working with Axis Worx in Horsham, have presented nesting boxes to Wimmera Catchment Management Authority. The children assembled the boxes after being involved in the research, design and construction processes as part of an exploration of the construction and building industries. The 16 boxes are specifically designed to meet the needs of striated pardalotes, arboreal birds that forage in the upper canopy of trees. During presentations at Horsham’s Weir Park, Rupanyup bird expert Ian Morgan from Horsham BirdLife spoke about how the pardalotes fitted into the Wimmera environment. During his address he said the Wimmera’s diverse landscape was home to about 250 species of native birds. ACE Radio Broadcasting is a strong financial supporter of the Primary Technical Schools program, designed to expose children at a young age to future opportunities in trade industries.

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The latest construction map shows the National Broadband Network will be rolled out using fixed wireless technology, servicing 356 premises in Pomonal and One Tree Hill, Ararat, and 455 in Murtoa. More than 44,260 home and business owners across Victoria are already connected to the NBN. NBN Co spokesman Trent Williams said it took about 12 months from the start of construction until residents and business owners could access services from phone and internet providers. “Thousands more families and businesses in Victoria are now a step closer to receiving fast, affordable and reliable broadband,” he said. “The NBN can open up opportunities for families and business owners to better participate in the digital economy. “Fast broadband can help deliver improved access to e-health resources, online education, teleworking opportunities and entertainment on demand.

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READY TO ROLL: Horsham’s Matt Coutts will ride in Laser Electrical’s Postie Bike Challenge in August to raise money for beyondblue.  Picture: LAUREN HENRY

Member for Wannon Dan Tehan said construction was now underway, joining 25 others sites already under construction in his electorate.

Operational Mr Tehan said three sites were already operational in his electorate. “The fixed wireless network will utilise advanced 4G technology to deliver speeds of up to 25 megabits per second, which will enable multiple high definition videos to be streamed at one time,” he said.  “Since the election, the fixed wireless network has more than doubled the number of premises it passes, with more than 89,000 homes and business in rural Australia passed by the network.” “Areas with the worst broadband service will get priority under NBN Co’s new rollout strategy which is great news for people in Wannon.”

Electricians get on their postie bikes Laser Electrical Horsham owner Matt Coutts will get on his postie bike and ride to Queensland to raise money for mental health charity beyondblue. More than 20 people from the Laser team across Australia will participate in the Laser Postie Bike Challenge from Melbourne to the Gold Coast, Queensland, from August 14-19. Mr Coutts said he was aiming to raise $2000 for beyondblue, which does invaluable work in the community. Beyondblue statistics show that

on average, one in eight men will have depression and one in five men will experience anxiety at some stage of their lives. While women are more likely to experience depression and anxiety, men are less likely to talk about it. “Living in a regional town, we would all know someone who has been affected by depression or anxiety. Raising funds by riding to the Gold Coast will help beyondblue continue their valuable work in this area,” he said. Mr Coutts will get in training for the six-day ride by riding around Horsham on his ex-Aus-

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Advice from the Happy Medium The Weekly Advertiser will feature a new column called The Happy Medium. Each week Wimmera psychic medium Sharelle Newcombe will answer readers’ questions. Readers can email any question, as long as questions and answers are suitable and appropriate for publication, to Happymedium@ outlook.com. If Sharelle chooses your question she will answer it and The Weekly Advertiser will publish details anonymously in her column.

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By Sharelle Newcombe

s a young child I had many premonitions and feelings that came true. I also had a very strong ‘knowing’ about what people were feeling around me – people who were physically present and others who were not.

As I grew up I realised that it was not normal to ‘see, feel, know and hear’ all these things. At times I felt like I was going crazy. Through the years I also began to receive messages from those that had passed to the spirit world. The more I tried to quieten the voices and push the messages away, the louder they became, hence began my journey towards learning, understanding and trusting my gift as a psychic medium.  I have been doing readings for the past three years, face to face and via phone and Skype.  My psychic medium education has included tutoring from: Tony Stockwell, UK psychic medium, teacher and psychic detective; Greg Riley, psychicmedium, Melbourne, from TV show ‘The One’; Dr Michael and K. Taylor, Brisbane psychic mediums, medical Intuitives, ‘Connect with Spirit’; psychic medium, Adelaide,

TV show ‘Sensing Murder’; Helen Devita, medium, healer, teacher, UK and Lyn Probertt, psychic medium, UK. I have worked in the health industry as a nurse and paramedic for almost 30 years and have a passion for working with people. I strongly believe that the comfort, healing and empowerment gained through a psychic mediumship reading is as valuable as the care provided in my other roles. If you would like to book a reading please email your first name and phone number to Happymedium@outlook.com

What is a psychic?

A psychic is a person who is able to sense things that are unavailable through usual sensory perceptions. Psychics tune into the energy of people or objects by using different types of ‘clairs’ which means clear. These clairs are psychic modalities and include the ability to ‘see’ or clairvoyance, ‘know’, claircognizance, ‘feel’, clairsentience, ‘hear’, clairaudience or ‘taste’, clairalience. The use of these clairs forms a connection to the clients’ energy, revealing knowledge of events in the past, present and potential future. A psychic uses their heightened sense of intuition and psychic ability to gather information for the person being read for, the sitter. Remote viewing refers to the ability to gain both sensory and non-sensory information from a location that is a distance away from the viewer. This allows the viewer-psychic to do readings either with the sitter face to face or from a distance.

Medium?

Mediums use their psychicintuitive abilities, clairs to tune into the vibration of the spirit world, making energetic connections with loved ones who have passed over. The medium’s role is very much like a postman in that

they receive information from those in spirit and deliver messages to the sitter. These messages come in the form of evidence that validates the existence of the survival of the soul. The medium acts to bridge the gap between the psychical and spiritual world, bringing love and healing. Psychics are not always mediums but mediums are always psychic.

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had also excavated and concreted a forestage pit area, resolved structural issues associated with the existing building and completed off-site fabricated precast concrete, steel and mechanical service parts. Critically, they had also received an environmental consultant’s report on the soil contamination, believed to be linked with long-gone neighbouring fuel stations. The consultant’s report showed three of eight bores sampled had no contamination, another three bores had low levels and two had medium levels.

It also recommended that personnel working on the site might need protective masks. Council technical services director John Martin said that planning stages had included an assessment on the potential of encountering contaminated soil. “An initial geotechnical report noted the presence of odours in some inspection boreholes. As a result, a second report Environment Site Investigation was commissioned, involving further borehole sampling and analysis. This report indicated no issues and the project proceeded on that basis,” he said.

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PATHWAY GRANT: Above, Member for Lowan Hugh Delahunty with Harrow Bush Nursing Centre manager Bernadette Close and vice president Jenn Ellis, and left with Chris McCall, Pauline Kelly and Merna Zwar.

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“The program, which aims to shine a light on Victoria’s community history, will support the centre with its project,” Mr Delahunty said.

“This grant also recognises the important work done by the Harrow Bush Nursing Centre, which plays a valuable role in collecting, recording and sharing the stories of our past.”

Mr Delahunty said the Harrow Bush Nursing Centre was one of 63 Victorian community organisations, ranging from schools and libraries, to sporting clubs and museums, that would share in almost $350,000 through the 2014 round of the grants program.

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1. Are the common house flies that annoy us during barbecues and picnics male or female? 2. Horsham Primary School youngsters are developing a relationship with district pardalotes. What are pardalotes? 3. True or false? Frogs don’t drink. They instead absorb water through their skin. 4. In what regional Victorian city did an angry mob of 200-plus people protest against plans to build a mosque?

5. In what year was Stawell proclaimed a city? A. 1908. B. 1969. C. 1989. D. Never. 6. There are meerkats at Halls Gap Zoo. Meerkats are omnivorous African mammals that belong to what animal family? 7. Some of us grew up glued to the television screen watching Dr Who. What was the name of the Doctor’s arch enemy responsible for the genesis of the Daleks?

8. Most of us in the Wimmera-MalleeGrampians region would have some familiarity with the creature with the Latin name Ovis aries. What do we commonly call them? 9. Still on animals. What is a gilt? 10. We have significant populations of parrots in our region. In the bird world, parrots are zygodactyl, unlike others that are anisodactyl, or pamprodactyl. What does zygodactyl mean?

Answers: 1. Female. They are on a hunt for protein-rich moisture to feed their eggs. 2. Tiny native birds, also called peep-wrens. The students have built nesting boxes for areas of the Wimmera River and fire-affected areas near Laharum. 3. True. 4. Bendigo. 5. C. 1989. 6. A meerkat is a type of mongoose. 7. Davros. 8. Sheep. Or domestic sheep. 9. A female pig before it has piglets. It then becomes a sow. A male pig is a boar. 10. Two toes on their feet face forward while the another two face backwards.

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News briefs Mallee parks greening up

Mallee national and state parks affected by bushfire earlier this year will be open for approaching school holidays.

Wyperfeld and Murray Sunset national parks, Lake Albacutya Park and Bronzewing and Red Bluff flora and fauna reserves have all opened since the fire. Parks Victoria’s north west district manager Dale Antonysen confirmed that all parks were available for recreational activities for the winter school holidays. “There are plenty of things for people to do in the north west including camping, bushwalking and four-wheel driving,” Mr Antonysen said. “Quite a few Queen’s Birthday Weekend campers expressed their surprise at the rapid return of colour following the fires. The natural recovery of the land following the warm weather and rain is definitely a welcome sight. “Staying safe should still be a focus of visitors, so please steer clear of blackened trees and take care on the roads.” Parks Victoria officials have advised that while many visitor facilities withstood the bushfire, some, including toilets, remained fire-affected. Visitors can access up-to-date information at website at www.parks.vic.gov.au or by calling Parks Victoria Information Centre on 13 1963.

Wheat growers urged to watch for fungus

Researchers have found that some fungicides are struggling combat fungal disease, Septoria tritici blotch, STB, which can reduce grain yields by between 30 to 50 percent in wet seasons. Department of Environment and Primary Industries senior plant pathologist Grant Hollaway said NSW scientist Dr Andrew Milgate had discovered that new STB strains or mutations were not responding as well to some of the traizole, Group 3, fungicides. “This finding reinforces the importance of having an integrated disease-management strategy to reduce the chance of higher levels of resistance developing,” Dr Hollaway said. “People will be able to find out more about this issue when Dr Milgate, an Australian expert of the control of STB, visits Victoria later this year to talk at Nhill and Horsham on August 5, Derrinallum August 6, and Bannockburn, August 7.” Dr Hollaway said STB occurred in high rainfall cropping areas and was identifiable by black fruiting bodies or pycnidia within the blotches on leaves, giving a speckled appearance. “Farmers in higher rainfall zones will need to consider crop rotation, stubble management, variety selection and fungicides when addressing STB and its management,” he said. “They should also alternate between different triazole fungicides and avoid using the same triazole fungicide in a crop more than once.”

Direction sought for dogs off leash

Ararat Rural City Council wants feedback regarding dog-offleash areas within the municipality. There are six areas in the municipality where people can have their dog off the leash. These are Warrawee park, Elizabeth Park, King Street, Centenary Park, Kokoda Park and Green Hill Lake. The council is urging residents to submit suggestions on other areas where people can let their dog off the leash. People can email feedback and suggestions to council@ ararat.vic.gov.au or by calling the council’s Local Laws department on 5355 0911. Submissions close on August 1.

WEATHER WATCHER: Department of Primary Industries and Environment seasonal agronomist Dale Grey believes an El Nino weather pattern is on the way.

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n El Nino ‘not playing by the rules’ continues to keep scientists guessing about the impact the oceanic temperature pattern might have on rain across eastern Australia later this year.

Government seasonal variability agronomist Dale Grey confirmed that signs were still pointing to an El Nino forming in the Pacific Ocean this spring. “It’s still a bit early for the models to accurately predict spring rain and this is not being helped by the current El Nino not playing by the rule book. Only time will tell,” he said. Mr Grey, from the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, said El Nino’s behaviour was inconsistent with many other years and this was causing discrepancy in results of the 24 or so models that scientists used for international climate predictions. “Occurring at the moment is what cli-

matologists term an uncoupled event,” he said. “While the ocean is ‘interested’ and primed to be an El Nino, the atmosphere above it is – at this stage – yet to synchronise with the water. “Although last month saw a few models suggesting that this instability was enough to prevent an El Nino forming, the majority of models still put the formation of an event somewhere in August-September.”

Explanation An El Nino is the extensive warming of the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean that leads to a major shift in weather patterns across the world. It can have a major impact on Pacific rim country. Over much of Australia, particularly in eastern regions, El Nino events are associated with an increased probability of dry conditions. “This week saw the eastern Pacific

Ocean, NINO 3 region, go over the threshold for being an El Nino,” Mr Grey said. “The ocean under this warm surface continues to exhibit a large amount of warming to depth, priming it for the possibility of a long-lived El Nino event. “While the eastern surface is an El Nino, the central Pacific Ocean, the NINO 3.4 region that is believed to be more important for eastern Australia’s climate, has stalled for the past six weeks in a slightly warmbut-neutral temperature.” Mr Grey said despite this ‘hiatus’, indications for a developing El Nino were still present and the regions to watch were the Coral and Timor seas. “At the moment these seas are set up favourably, either normal or warmer than normal,” he said. “Ocean cooling and a strongly negative Southern Oscillation Index in these regions would be a sign that the El Nino is back in business.”

Guest speaker at Landcare meeting Award-winning Julie Aldous from Mansfield will be guest speaker at a Kaniva District Landcare annual meeting on July 8. Ms Aldous, a teacher who has worked on farms all her life, won this year’s Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation Victorian Rural Women’s Award. She has developed an award-winning food and fibre course that creates partnerships between urbanised students and mentors in rural industries.

The course provides learning environments and career pathways for students in agricultural and land-management areas. The Landcare group’s annual meeting will be at Kaniva’s Commercial Hotel from 8pm and is open to the public. Ms Aldous has dedicated her energy to promoting sustainable and affordable food and fibre models in secondary colleges. Her Partnerships in Rural Education is a collaboration between Mansfield Secondary College, primary producers, TAFE, and Victorian Farmers Federation, providing applied learning opportunities for their year-nine and 10 students.

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ebt can be a wonderful slave but an unforgiving master.

Australia, like with many western countries, has an extraordinarily high level of consumer debt. The number of new credit card accounts opened in the 12 months before April 2014 increased by almost 186,000. But the scariest figure is the accruing interest on credit cards. At the time of writing, this was more than $6,110,000,000 a year. That’s more than six billion dollars. You can see why banks love credit cards. Please don’t misunderstand. Properly managed debt can be a great tool. Most people need it to help them buy their first house and other necessities in life. It is also very important in investment planning, enabling you to purchase income-producing growth assets, such as shares or property, to boost your long-term wealth. In this case the interest might also be a tax deduction. The problem arises when debt is used for basic living costs or buying depreciating assets. This is further aggravated when the interest rate applied is too high and there is no planned debt reduction program in place. When interest rates increase, most people

focus on their mortgage rate and forget that the interest on their credit cards sneaks up too. Most major cards are charging between 14 percent and 20 percent a year with many customers paying little more than the minimum amount and sinking further into debt. If you are not paying off your credit cards in full every month, have other high interest loans, or your level of debt is keeping you awake at night, you need to seriously consider your financial direction. Follow this simple plan and take control of your debt before it takes control of you. 1. Restructure your debt by consolidating what you owe at the lowest available interest rate. Keep one credit card and cut up the rest! 2. Seek professional help from a financial adviser to plan your financial goals and how to achieve them. 3. Prepare and keep to a budget to ensure

your cost of living is within your means and put a debt- reduction program in place. 4. Beware of ‘interest free’ offers and make sure you can afford to pay off the balance by the end of the contract. A lot can happen in 50 months so don’t get behind on your payments. 5. Ensure new loans are only for a productive purpose, such as investing, and can be justified by potential future profit. 6. Avoid the mental attitude of ‘keeping up with the Joneses’ – the laugh will be on them when the debt collector turns up at their door. All of the above steps will make for a much easier life in future years ... not to mention sleeping better every night. • Robert Goudie is an authorised representative at Meritum Financial Group Pty Ltd AFSL 245569.

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Stawell part of national Melbourne Cup tour Stawell will one of 34 official centres this year’s Melbourne Cup trophy will visit as part of an Australasian national tour. Starting in York, WA, the cup will arrive in Stawell on October 22 as it makes its way across Australia and New Zealand. The visit to Stawell will be a first for the Cup, with cham-

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MEAL HELPERS FOR COLD WINTER NIGHTS It’s Australian Bacon Week

“So bring home the Aussie bacon” ENABLING ACCESS: Ken Stewart, Marc Brilliant and Northern Grampians Cr Karen Hyslop inspect the new pool chair hoist at Stawell Leisure Centre.

New Stawell pool chair hoist allows easy access People with restricted mobility will be able access Stawell Leisure Centre’s indoor and outdoor swimming pools and spa thanks to a new chair lift hoist.

Stawell Regional Health successfully applied for a $14,000 grant from the Department of Health to purchase the hoist following an initial recommendation by the Family and Relatives Committee at Macpherson Smith Nursing Home.

Northern Grampians Shire Council’s leisure services co-ordinator Marc Brilliant said the new chair replaced the former sling model, which was 10 years old and could only be used at the indoor pool area. “The new hoist is fantastic and we’ve had positive reports from users,” he said. “It can turn 360 degrees and is able to lower users’ right to the bottom of the pool floor, which is a big improvement on the old one.”

President of the Family and Relatives Committee at Macpherson Smith Nursing Home Ken Stewart said he was thrilled to see the chair hoist installed after more than three years of planning. “Initially the committee wanted a better chair hoist for nursing home residents who come here for water therapy,” he said. “But with Eventide Homes and Skene Street Primary School also using it, as well as people undergo-

ing water therapy for rehabilitation, we are really pleased that the broader community can get good use out of it. “We’d like to thank Stawell Regional Health for working hard to secure the funding and council for their support.” Northern Grampian Shire Council funded the new installation points for the pool hoist, and a cover to protect it when not in use. Council will also cover operational and maintenance costs.

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orthern Grampians Shire Council is reviewing its children services to ensure it is delivering cost-effective programs across the municipality.

Mayor Kevin Erwin said the assessment was part of a broader review of council services. “In our current Council Plan we made a commitment to facilitate services that meet the needs of all residents, without placing an unnecessary burden on ratepayers,” he said. “We believe that examining each of our services, gathering

evidence and questioning the way we do things is the best way to ensure our services are running efficiently. “Children’s services is heavily subsidised by ratepayers and this is not sustainable in the long term. Our main focus is on maintaining and improving the service but we need to ensure that this is being done in a way that is both efficient and cost-effective.” Cr Erwin said the council would seek feedback from staff at Taylors Gully Children’s Centre and St Arnaud Children’s Precinct for considera-

tion as part of the review. “It is important to note that no decisions have been made at this point in time, and as a council, we are currently reviewing all the options available to us,” he said. “Changes to services are not something that we take lightly and any changes we decide to make will be done to provide the best outcome for the Northern Grampians Shire as a whole.” The council expects a report and recommendations at its next ordinary meeting in Stawell on Monday.

Ararat presents business breakfast Ararat Rural City Council and Ararat Regional Business Association will present a business breakfast at Chalambar Golf Club next Tuesday. The breakfast, from 7am to 9am, will feature Pat McCormick and Rhonda Hinchcliffe from Grampians Region Prisons, Chris Waack from Waack’s Bakery and council business development officer John Watson. Speaking topics include: shopping locally, Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Ararat’s businesses, Waack’s journey and a Grampians prison project update. The business breakfast, free of charge, is part of a series designed to keep the business community informed of developments and create networks and opportunities. The series runs on the premise of Education, Information and Inspiration.

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BCG GRAINS RESEARCH EXPO + WHERE Birchip P-12 School + WHEN Thursday 3 July 2014

SUCCESSION FARMING: South Australian farmer and Nuffield scholar John Gladigau will make an address about succession farming at BCG’s Grains Research Expo on July 3.  Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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The BCG Grains Research Expo is free for BCG members and $50 for non-members. The day starts with breakfast from 7.30am and concludes with complimentary refreshments at 4pm. For more information phone BCG on 5492 2787 or download a program at www.bcg.org.au.

Succession-planning presentations will feature among an expo program comprising of 12 discussion session.

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The ‘succession sessions’ will kick off at 11am, with South Australian farmer and Nuffield scholar John Gladigau sharing his experiences of transitioning to a farmboard management structure. In a bid to create economies of scale and a higher level of efficiency without losing the integrity and heritage of the family farm, Mr Gladigau and his neighbour joined their farm businesses so that together they now farm more than double the hectares using a farm-board management structure.

The expo, at Birchip P-12 School, will also include six demonstrations including working-dog displays by Moora Stud Kelpies and a butchering demonstration by Bourke’s Butchers showcasing the difference between a grain-fed and grass-fed carcass. With more than 70 industry exhibits, children’s activities and three cooking demonstrations, including ‘healthy header meals’, the 2014 BCG Grains Research Expo has something for everyone.

He has since gone on to establish Collaborative Farming Australia – a privately owned company that aims to create solutions for rural businesses looking to enable their long-term profitability and sustainability. The second succession planning session at the expo will move beyond business models and focus more on the implications change has on farm family members. The succession-planning discussion session features a panel from Involve Consulting and Rural Financial Counselling Service discussing the transition of the farm business from one generation to the next. Topics to be covered will include retirement, communication, selling the farm and bringing the next generation into the farm business. • For more on the succession sessions planned at the BCG Grains Research Expo, see page 34.

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BCG GRAINS RESEARCH EXPO + WHERE Birchip P-12 School + WHEN Thursday 3 July 2014

Farm succession beyond the gate The challenges of farm succession planning will be examined and addressed during two separate discussion sessions at the BCG Grains Research Expo.

Looking at the topic from two angles, the expo program has been designed to include one session which focuses on options to grow the farm business, while a second session will more closely examine transferring the farm business to the next generation. BCG extension and communications manager Ciara Cullen said succession planning had been a popular topic at past BCG Grains Research Expos. “We’ve responded to demand by hosting two sessions this year,” she said. “With the high-calibre speakers we have coming, growers should pick up some good tips they can use to protect and enhance the sustainability of their businesses.”

South Australian farmer and Nuffield scholar John Gladigau sharing his experiences of transitioning to a farm-board management structure. “We all heard the catchcry of the 1980s ‘get big or get out’,” Mr Gladigau said at GRDC farm business updates earlier this year. “But getting bigger doesn’t automatically make you more efficient, more profitable or a more professional farm manager. A collaborative farm business venture needs to be based on core values such as professionalism, efficiency, accountability and transparency in order to be the profitable, sustainable and enjoyable business most would like it to be.” During his expo presentation Mr Gladigau will discuss the key principles that he believes are central to the success of any collaborative business and share his views on the challenges and opportunities available to growers looking to expand.

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BCG GRAINS RESEARCH EXPO Food to keep farm families healthy + WHERE Birchip P-12 School + WHEN Thursday 3 July 2014

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nternational cuisine and a healthy high tea will be among the highlights at BCG’s Grains Research Expo.

Farm families, who are in the business of producing food, will get the opportunity to see their produce transformed to become restaurant-quality dishes as well as nutritious meals that can be eaten ‘on the go’. Headlining this year’s expo cooking demonstrations will be former Birchip resident and current ‘Spice Temple’ sous chef Brianna Smith. Ms Smith, who lists her Horsham VET teacher Donna White among her cooking inspirations, has been working at the renowned Melbourne Asian restaurant, the ‘Spice Temple’, for three and a half years. The Spice Temple is a modern Chinese restaurant driven by a philosophy that incorporates the traditional values of the best possible service with a deep respect for the highest quality produce. At the expo Ms Smith will deliver two cooking demonstrations which incorporate regional produce including lamb and grain. As ‘Spice Temple’ sous chef, Ms Smith is a confident teacher. “To explain my current role I say it’s like being a hockey coach again,” she said. “When I was in Birchip I played in

RETURNING HOME: Brianna Smith, formerly of Birchip, is now a sous chef at Melbourne Asian restaurant Spice Temple. Brianna will headline BCG Expo’s cooking demonstrations. the under-16s then when I was too old to play in that competition I started coaching them. It feels the same at work. I’ve worked my way up from a player, to a captain, running a section

and teaching people. But I was still hands-on cooking all the time.

with everyone without actually cooking myself.

“Now it feels like I’m a coach. When I call the pass, it’s like being stuck on the sideline. I have to communicate

“Sometimes it’s incredibly frustrating not being able to just jump onto the field, or a section in my case, to

help out. It’s still the same team that I worked with all the way through but now my role is different and it throws a lot of new challenges at me.” With farm families and farmer health a BCG focus, the expo will also feature East Wimmera Health Service dietitian Megan Russell and diabetes educator and community health nurse Kerry Wood delivering a session showcasing easy-to-prepare healthy header and tractor meals. During the presentation, over a ‘healthy high tea’, the health service team will prepare a range of recipes and deliver practical suggestions to help farmers and their caterers to make informed choices about healthy food – helping them get through busy periods such as harvest and sowing. Megan, who grew up on a farm in Moriac, has a passion for chronicdisease prevention through diet and lifestyle. With her colleague Kerry, Megan is looking forward to sharing information at the expo that is geared towards maintaining and enhancing the health of farm families. The cooking demonstrations and ‘healthy high tea’ will feature among a long list of attractions at this year’s BCG Grains Research Expo. The program includes 12 agronomic, business management and technology focused discussion sessions, working dog and butchery demonstrations and over 70 industry exhibits.

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BCG GRAINS RESEARCH EXPO Weeds under attack from robots + WHERE Birchip P-12 School + WHEN Thursday 3 July 2014

he latest technology being used to eradicate weeds from broadacre crops will feature at the BCG Grains Research Expo.

The farming community will have the opportunity to join a discussion about the pros and cons of commonly used spray equipment and hear about some of the newest weed control innovations including microwave and robotic technology.

University of Melbourne electrical engineer Dr Graham Brodie will showcase his work in microwave technology which he said had the potential to overcome the challenges of herbicide resistance – killing weeds above the ground as well as seeds in the soil. “In looking for alternative weed treatments, we have found that microwave treatment is immediate, chem-

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WIN

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 The AFL Footy Show (M) – The Logie award-winning AFL Footy Show celebrates its 21st season 10:30 The NRL Footy Show (M) – Join Fatty Vautin, Michael Slater, Erin Molan, Beau Ryan and Darryl Brohman 12:30 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:30 A Current Affair [s] 2:00 The Middle (PG) 2:30 Extra [s] 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News

TEN

6:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 7:00 ET [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 MasterChef Australia Encore [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) 1:00 The Doctors (PG mp) 2:00 Come Date With Me (PG) 2:30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Entertainment Tonight (PG) 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family: Hawaii [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 MasterChef Australia (PG) [s] 8:30 Law & Order: SVU (M a) 10:30 Saving Grace: I Need You To Call Earl” (M d,a) 11:30 The Project [s] 12:30 Late Show (PG) 1:30 Infomercial 2:30 Home Shopping (PG)

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 David Beckham Into The Unknown 11:30 Talking Heads [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 QI (PG) [s] 1:30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (PG) [s] 2:00 Parliament Question Time [s] 3:00 Last Of The Summer Wine [s] 3:30 Midsomer Murders (PG) 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Eggheads [s] 6:30 QI: Holidays (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 The Checkout (PG) 8:30 The Time Of Our Lives (M a,v) [s] 9:30 The Men Who Made Us Thin [s] 10:20 Lateline [s] 10:55 The Business [s] 11:20 The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: The True Story [s] 12:20 Parliament Question Time: Reps [s] 1:20 Movie: “Mexican Spitfire” (G) (’39) Stars: Lupe Velez & Leon Errol

2014 FIFA World Cup Live - Match SBS 5:45 42: Ecuador V France (Group E) 8:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Live - Match 41: Honduras V Switzerland (Group E) 10:15 2014 FIFA World Cup Morning News 10:45 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - Scotland V Holland (1978) 11:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - Germany V USA (2002) 12:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match 43: Nigeria V Argentina (Group F) 2:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match 42: Ecuador V France (Group E) 3:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 5:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day - Match 43: Nigeria V Argentina (Group F) 6:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Daily Highlights – World Cup Continues

Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & 7TWO 8:30 Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street (PG) 10:00 Coronation St 10:30 Dr Oz (PG) 11:30 Father Ted (PG) 12:00 Forty Something (M) 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 All Saints (PG) 3:00 Heartbeat (PG) 4:00 Kingswood Country (PG) 4:30 Coronation Street 5:00 Shortland St (PG) 5:30 Homes Under The Hammer 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Motorway Patrol Specials: Booze Blitz (PG) 8:30 Tennis: 2014 Wimbledon *Live* 11:30 Benny Hill (PG) 12:00 The Bill (M) 1:00 Kingswood Country 1:30 Dr Oz (PG) 2:30 Forty Something (M)

GO! 6:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMZ 2:00 Auction Hunters (PG) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Tenkai Knights (PG) 4:05 Ben 10: Omniverse (PG) 4:30 Scooby-doo! (PG) 5:00 Green Lantern: The Animated Series 5:30 The Looney Tunes Show 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Britain’s Got Talent: Audition 6 Hosted by Ant and Dec (PG) 9:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “The Long Kiss Goodnight” (MA15+ v,l) (’95) Stars: Geena Davis 12:00 MAD (M) 12:30 Britain’s Got Talent 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra

Home Shopping 8:00 2014 Formula ONE 16:00 Austrian Grand Prix 10:30 Omnisport 11:00 The Biggest Loser USA 12:00 Driven To Extremes (PG) 1:00 Rush (M v) 2:00 Driving Wars (PG) 3:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 COPS (PG l) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG s) 8:30 Movie: “Battle For The Planet Of The Apes” (PG v,a) (’73) Stars: Roddy McDowall 10:25 Fast Forward (M s) 11:25 Blokesworld (M) 11:55 Fishing Expedition 12:25 Adventure Angler 12:55 Omnisport 1:30 NASCAR

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:05 ABC2 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:35 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:00 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:15 The Adventures Of Abney & Teal 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:15 The Roast 8:30 Sun, Sex And Suspicious Parents (M a,l,s) 9:30 Dirty Laundry (M) 10:10 HitRecord On TV 10:35 Shaun Micallef’s MAD AS HELL (PG) 11:05 The Roast (PG) 11:15 Good Game 11:50 The Tonight Show (PG) 12:35 Kill It, Cook It, Eat It: Kebabs (PG) 1:35 ABC News Update

FIFA World Cup: Match 41: SBS 2 5:45 Honduras V Switzerland *Live* / 8:00 Match 42: Ecuador V France (Delayed) 10:00 Worldwatch News 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:05 The Office (PG) 6:30 2014 FIFA World Cup: Nigeria V Argentina 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock (PG) 8:30 Slice Doco (PG) 9:30 FIFA World Cup Show 10:30 FIFA Daily Highlights 11:00 Movie: “Bald Mountain” (MA15+) (In Portuguese) 12:50 Feed 1:20 Aqua Teen Hunger Force (M s,v) 1:30 FIFA World Cup Live: Match 45: USA V Germany / 4:00 Match 46: Portugal V Ghana

7:00 Good Luck Charlie 7:30 Pair Of 7MATE Kings 8:00 A.N.T Farm 8:30 Shake It Up 9:00 NBC Today 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 TJ Hooker (M a) 2:00 Starsky & Hutch (PG) 3:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG v) 4:00 Horsepower TV 4:30 Xtreme 4x4 (PG) 5:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 5:30 Mythbusters (PG) 6:30 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Mythbusters (PG) 8:30 Tattoo Nightmares (M) 9:00 Bad Ink (M) 10:30 Operation Repo (M) 11:30 SportsFan Clubhouse (PG) 12:30 Zoom TV (PG) 1:00 The Chaser’s War On Everything (M) 2:00 Pimp My Ride 2:30 Horsepower TV

Wild Australasia 9:00 TV Shop GEM 8:00 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 WIN News 1:00 Movie: “Brothers In Law” (G) (’56) Stars: Terry Thomas 3:00 RBT (PG) 4:30 Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 RBT (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Eat Pray Love” (M l) (’10) Stars: Julia Roberts, Billy Crudup & Javier Bardem 11:15 The Closer (M a) 12:15 Friends (PG) 12:45 Gideon’s Way (M) 1:45 Delta Goodrem - Innocent Eyes 10 Year Anniversary 2:00 TV Shop

11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 11:30 11 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG sn) 1:00 JAG (PG v,l) 2:00 Judging Amy (M a) 3:00 Infomercials 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 8:00 Rules Of Engagement (PG s,d) 9:00 Don’t Trust The B— — (M) 9:30 Movie: “Big” (M l) (’88) 11:40 Late Show (PG) 12:35 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 1:00 The King Of Queens 1:30 Happy Days 2:00 7th Heaven (PG) 3:00 Charmed (PG v,sn)

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s ABC3 House 11:10 Horrible Histories 11:40 Operation Ouch! 12:10 Steam Punks! 12:35 I Got A Rocket 12:45 SheZow 1:00 The Twisted Whiskers Show 1:15 Slugterra 1:40 Camp Lakebottom 2:10 Nerds And Monsters 2:25 Stoked 3:00 Mortified 3:30 Prank Patrol 4:05 Chop Socky Chooks 4:30 Oggy 4:40 Almost Naked Animals 5:05 League Of Super Evil 5:30 Dani’s House 6:00 Young Dracula 6:30 Total Drama 7:15 Camp Lakebottom 7:30 Operation Ouch! 8:00 WAC: World Animal Championships 8:30 Dance Academy

ABC 24

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:00 Parliament Question Time 3:15 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 7:00 ABC News 8:00 ABC News 8:30 The Business 9:00 ABC News 9:30 The Drum 10:00 The World with Jim Middleton & Zoe Daniel 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 Grandstand 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

PRIME

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven’s Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Rivals” (M v,s,a) (’00) Stars: Jennifer Finnigan 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Program To Be Advised 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens [s] 7:30 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 15: Geelong v Essendon – from Etihad Stadium. Bruce McAvaney and Dennis Cometti lead the call. 11:00 2014 Wimbledon: Day 5 *Live* – Coverage of the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world, the Championships, Wimbledon. 4:00 Home Shopping

Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 NaWIN 5:30 tional Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG v,l) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live [s] 7:00 WIN News [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Movie: “Connie & Carla” (PG s,d,l,v) (’98) Stars: Nia Vardalos 10:30 Late Movie: “Head In The Clouds” (MA15+ v,s) (’04) . Stars: Charlize Theron & Penelope Cruz 12:50 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:50 A Current Affair [s] 2:20 Movie: “The Lost Boys” (M v,h) (’87) Stars: Jason Patric 4:10 Music Special: Pete Murray 4:30 Good Morning America

TEN

6:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 7:00 ET [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 MasterChef Australia Encore [s]12:00 Dr Phil (PG) 1:00 The Doctors (PG a) 2:00 Come Date With Me (PG a) 2:30 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project Encore [s] 7:30 The Living Room (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Midnight In Paris” (M) (’11) Stars: Owen Wilson 10:30 I Wanna Marry Harry (PG l,s) 11:30 The Project [s] 12:30 Late Show with David Letterman (PG) 1:30 Infomercial (PG)

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 The Men Who Made Us Thin [s] 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 The Jonathan Ross Show (M s) 2:05 Randling (PG) 2:50 Last Of The Summer Wine [s] 3:20 Midsomer Murders (PG) [s] 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Eggheads: The Red Sparrows [s] 6:30 QI: History (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7:30 [s] 8:00 David Attenboroughs Micro Monsters: Family 8:25 Lessons From The Grave: Build A Bridge (PG) 8:30 Old School (M v) [s] 9:25 The Bletchley Circle: Part 1 (M a,v) [s] 10:15 Lateline [s] 10:50 Dirty Laundry (MA15+a,l) 11:35 rage (MA15+ a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

5:45 2014 FIFA World Cup Live SBS 2 Match 47: Korea Republic V Belgium (Group H) 8:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Live - Match 48: Algeria V Russia (Group H) 10:15 2014 FIFA World Cup Morning News 10:45 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - France V Brazil (1986) 11:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - Argentina V England (1986) 12:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match 46: Portugal V Ghana (Group G) 2:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match 45: USA V Germany (Group G) 3:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 5:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day - Match 46: Portugal V Ghana (Group G) 6:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Daily Highlights – World Cup Continues

8:30 Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & 7TWO Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street (PG) 10:00 Coronation St 10:30 Dr Oz (PG) 11:30 Father Ted (PG) 12:00 Forty Something (M) 1:00 Forty Something (M) 2:00 All Saints (PG) 3:00 Heartbeat (PG) 4:00 Kingswood Country (PG) 4:30 Coronation St 5:00 Shortland St (PG) 5:30 Homes Under The Hammer 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Better Homes And Gardens 8:30 Tennis: 2014 Wimbledon *Live* 11:00 Border Security USA 11:30 Cowboy Builders 12:30 Harry’s Practice 1:00 Kingswood Country 1:30 Dr Oz (PG) 2:30 Forty Something (M)

Children’s Programs 12:00 Extra GO! 6:00 12:30 TMZ 2:00 Britain’s Got Talent: Audition 6 3:30 Tenkai Knights (PG) 4:05 Ben 10: Omniverse (PG) 4:30 Scooby-doo! (PG) 5:00 Green Lantern: The Animated Series 5:30 The Looney Tunes Show 6:00 Movie: “Scooby Doo! Stage Fright” (G) (’13) Stars: Frank Welker 7:30 Movie: “Hoodwinked Too! Hood Vs Evil” (G) (’11) Stars: Glenn Close 9:00 Movie: “Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows” (M v) (’11) Stars: Robert Downey Jnr & Jude Law 11:00 Two And A Half Men (PG) 11:30 Beware The Batman (M) 12:00 Regular Show 2:00 TMZ Live 3:30 Extra

6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 NASCAR Nationwide 9:00 NASCAR Sprint Cup 10:00 The Biggest Loser USA 12:00 Driven To Extremes (PG) 1:00 Rush (M v) 2:00 Undercover Boss (PG) 3:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 COPS (PG l) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 Megafactories 8:30 COPS: Adults Only (M d) 9:30 Movie: “Chariots Of Fire” (M v) (’81) Stars: Ben Cross 12:05 The League (MA15+ s,d) 12:35 Bellator MMA (M v) 3:25 COPS: Adults Only (M d) 4:25 Omnisport 4:55 Sporting Greats 5:30 Golf Getaway

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 5:35 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 5:50 Sarah And Duck 6:00 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:15 The Adventures Of Abney & Teal 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:15 The Roast 8:30 Catfish: The TV Show (M a) 9:10 First Date, Worst Date 9:30 Strippers (MA15+a,n,s) 10:20 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) 10:50 The Roast (PG) 11:00 Generation Sex: Secrets Of South America (M a) 11:50 The Tonight Show 12:40 Pete Versus Life (M l,d,s) 1:05 Dragons’ Den 2:05 ABC News Update

5:45 FIFA World Cup: Match 48: Algeria V Russia *Live* / 8:00 Match 47: Korea Republic V Belgium (Delayed) 10:00 Worldwatch News 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:05 The Office (PG) 6:30 FIFA World Cup: Portugal V Ghana 7:30 Friday Feed 8:00 30 Rock (PG) 8:30 RuPaul’s Drag Race (M s) 9:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Show 10:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Daily Highlights 11:00 Movie: “I’d Receive The Worst News From Your Beautiful Lips” (MA15+s) (’11) (In Portuguese) 12:50 Friday Feed 1:20 SBS PopAsia (PG) 3:30 NHK World English News

7:00 Good Luck Charlie 7:30 Pair Of 7MATE Kings 8:00 A.N.T Farm 8:30 Shake It Up 9:00 NBC Today 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 TJ Hooker (M a) 2:00 Starsky & Hutch (PG) 3:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG v) 4:00 Horsepower TV 4:30 Search & Restore 5:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 5:30 Mythbusters (PG) 6:30 Seinfeld 7:00 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Pre-Game Show 7:30 Movie: “Cirque Du Freak” (PG v,h,l) (’09) Stars: Salma Hayek 9:45 Movie: “The Scorpion King” (M v) (’02) Stars: Roger Rees 11:45 Movie: “Arctic Predator” (M v,a) (’10) Stars: Dean Cain 1:40 Xtreme 4x4 (PG)

8:00 Animal Hoarding (PG) 9:00 TV GEM Shop 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 Movie: “I’ve Gotta Horse” (G) (’68) 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 Domestic Blitz (PG) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Football: Manly Sea Eagles v Sydney Roosters 9:30 Football: Brisbane Broncos v Cronulla Sharks 11:30 Movie: “Romeo Must Die” (M v,l) (’00) 1:50 Movie: “The Vengeance Of Fu Manchu” (M v) 3:50 Movie: “We Joined The Navy” (G) (’62) Stars: Kenneth More

10:00 7th Heaven (PG) 11:00 Everybody 11 Loves Raymond (PG) 11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG s,v) 1:00 JAG (PG v,l) 2:00 Judging Amy (PG) 3:00 Infomercials 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond (PG) 7:30 So You Think You Can Dance? 9:30 The Graham Norton Show (M) 10:30 Offspring - Encore 11:30 The Late Show (PG) 12:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 1:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 1:30 Happy Days

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s ABC3 House 11:10 Horrible Histories 11:40 Operation Ouch! 12:10 Steam Punks! 12:35 I Got A Rocket 12:45 SheZow 1:00 The Twisted Whiskers Show 1:15 Slugterra 1:40 Camp Lakebottom 2:10 Nerds And Monsters 2:25 Stoked 3:00 Mortified 3:30 Prank Patrol (PG) 4:05 Chop Socky Chooks 4:30 Oggy And The Cockroaches 4:40 Almost Naked Animals 5:05 League Of Super Evil 5:30 Dani’s House 6:00 Young Dracula 6:30 Total Drama 7:15 Camp Lakebottom 7:30 Operation Ouch! 8:00 You’re Skitting Me 8:30 Good Game SP

ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC 24 6:00 ABC News Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:00 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 8:00 ABC News 8:30 One Plus One 9:00 ABC News 9:30 The Drum 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline - A unique nightly news analysis program 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC World News 2:30 7.30 ACT 3:00 BBC World News 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 7:30 South Australia

FRIDAY JUNE 27

THURSDAY JUNE 26

Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise Prime 5:30 [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Cloud Waltzer” (PG a,s) (’87) Stars: Kathleen Beller 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase (PG) 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v) 8:00 Border Security: International (PG) 8:30 Autopsy: Michael Jackson (M a,d) – Dr Richard Shepherd examines the new evidence from the autopsy of global superstar and King of Pop, Michael Jackson. 9:30 Mrs. Brown’s Boys: Mammy’s Spell / Mammy’s Inflation (MA15+ l) 11:00 2014 Wimbledon: Day 4 *Live 4:00 Home Shopping

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Tv guide 6:00 Home Shopping [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) 12:00 Live Well (PG) [s] 1:00 Dr Oz: The Dr. Oz Approved 7Day Crash Diet: Eat All You Want (PG) 2:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Off The Bench (PG) 3:00 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 15: Hawthorn v Gold Coast (PG) 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 15: Brisbane v North Melbourne – The Kangaroos must win this game on the road if they are to stay in contention for a top four spot, while the Lions have been competitive at the Gabba this year. Brian Taylor leads the call. 11:00 2014 Wimbledon: Day 6 *Live 4:00 Home Shopping

TEN

6:00 Game Fishing Cairns [s] 6:30 Fishing Edge 7:00 Robots In Flight [s] 8:00 I Fish 8:30 Studio 10 Saturday [s] 10:00 Studio 10 Saturday Extra (PG) [s] 11:00 Bondi Vet Encore 12:00 The Living Room Encore (PG) 1:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 3:00 Snow Falling On Queenstown 4:00 What’s Up! Down Under 4:30 Places We Go With Jennifer Adams [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 6:00 Saturday Night Kids Movie: “Rio” (G) (’11) – Voices of: Will.I.Am, Anne Hathaway & Jamie Foxx 7:55 Bondi Vet [s] 8:55 Movie: “Die Hard With A Vengeance” (M l,v) (’95) Stars: Bruce Willis 11:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? Encore (M l,v) 12:30 48 Hours (M a) 1:30 Infomercial (PG)

ABC

6:00 rage (PG) 10:30 rage: Guest Programmer: 1% Special (PG) 11:30 The Checkout (PG) 12:00 Australian Story [s] 12:30 QI: History (PG) [s] 1:00 Football: VFL: Round 12: Frankston v Essendon 4:00 A Farmer’s Life For Me [s] 5:00 River Cottage: Everyday: Fruit [s] 5:50 Wild Kitchen With Clayton Donovan 6:00 Saturday Landline [s] 6:30 Gardening Australia [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Last Tango In Halifax (PG) [s] 8:30 New Tricks: Queen & Country (PG) [s] 9:35 Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries: Dead Air (M v) [s] 10:30 The Grumpy Guide to Food (M l) [s] 11:30 rage: Guest Programmer: The Hard-Ons (MA15+ a,l,d,h,n,a,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

5:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 7:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 8:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Argentina V Mexico (2006) 10:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - West Germany V France (1982) 11:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - Brazil V Holland (1994) 1:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - England V Cameroon (1990) 2:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match Portugal V North Korea (1966) 4:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match - Australia V Serbia (2010) 5:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day: Teams TBA 6:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Best Of Match 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Full Brazilian (PG) – World Cup Continues

Saturday Disney 9:00 Good Luck 7TWO 7:00 Charlie 9:30 Jessie 10:00 Home Shop- GO!

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Flea Bitten 11:30 Pyramid 12:00 Kitchen Whiz 12:30 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal (PG) 1:00 Winx Club (PG) 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Top Gear (PG) 3:00 Manspace 3:30 The Cube (PG) 4:30 Extra 5:00 Regular Show (PG) 5:30 Adventure Time (PG) 6:30 Movie: “National Lampoon’s Vegas Vacation” (PG s) (’97) Stars: Chevy Chase & Beverly D’Angelo 8:30 Movie: “Police Academy 4: Citizens On Patrol” (PG l,a) (’87) Stars: Steve Guttenberg 10:30 Movie: “Clerks” (MA15+ l,s) (’94) 12:30 Top Gear (PG) 1:30 The Cube (PG) 2:30 Fringe (M) 3:30 Nikita (MA15+ v)

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6:00 NASCAR Sprint Cup 12:00 The List 12:30 Omnisport 1:00 The Road To Rio 2:00 Pat Callinan’s 4x4 Adventures 3:00 Barossa Roots 4:00 Fishing Edge 4:30 Reel Action 5:00 Escape With ET 6:00 Focus 6:30 Monster Jam 7:30 Driving Wars (PG) 8:30 Law & Order: SVU (M a) 9:30 MotoGP 2014 Race 8 Netherlands 11:30 The Killing (M v,a) 12:30 48 Hours (M) 1:30 Blokesworld (M) 2:00 The Indestructibles (PG a) 3:00 American Digger 3:30 Omnisport 4:00 Nascar Nationwide Series Highlights 5:00 NASCAR Sprint Cup

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Bookaboo 4:35 Franklin And Friends 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:25 Let’s Go Pocoyo 5:35 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 5:50 Sarah And Duck 6:00 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:15 The Adventures Of Abney & Teal 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks And Specks (PG) 7:30 Doctor Who: A Town Called Mercy (PG) 8:15 Doctor Who: The Power Of Three (PG) 9:00 David Beckham Into The Unknown (M l) 10:30 Dirty Laundry 11:15 The Bazura Project: Sex (M a,l,n,s) 11:45 Sarah Palin: You Betcha! (PG) 1:20 Jimi Hendrix (PG) 2:35 ABC News

SBS 2

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 1:00 How To Mend A Broken Heart (PG) 2:00 The Code 3:00 Ultimate Parkour Challenge (PG) 3:30 Kill Arman (PG) 4:00 Behind The Photo: War Zone 5:00 Venice 24/7 (PG) 5:30 Brazil’s Next Top Model 6:30 2014 FIFA World Cup; Match of the Day 7:30 If You Are The One 8:30 RocKwiz (PG) 9:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Show 10:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Best Of Match 11:00 Movie: “The House Of Sand” (MA15+s,a,n) (In Portuguese) 1:00 Shorts on Screen (PG) 1:40 Russell Howard’s Good News (M l,s) (’05) 2:10 Kill Arman (M a,l)

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8:00 Totally Wild 8:30 Me & My Monsters 9:05 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) 11:35 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG) 12:30 To Be Announced 4:00 Movie: “Nine Months” (PG) (’95) Stars: Tom Arnold 6:05 Becker (PG) 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:00 Star Trek - Next Generation: Encounter At Farpoint (PG) 9:00 Star Trek - Next Generation: Encounter At Farpoint (2) (PG) 10:00 Star Trek - Next Generation: The Naked Now (PG) 11:00 Becker (PG) 11:30 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) 2:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 3:00 Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (PG)

ABC3

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:20 The Super Hero Squad Show 11:45 Wolverine And The X-Men 1:40 The Beet Party 1:55 Big Babies 2:20 Canimals 2:45 Sally Bollywood 3:00 Dead Gorgeous 3:30 Grojband 4:00 The Adventures Of Figaro Pho 4:15 Kid Vs Kat 4:30 The Dukes Of Broxstonia 4:40 Camp Lakebottom 5:05 Strange Hill High 5:30 Horrible Histories 6:00 Worst Year of My Life 6:25 You’re Skitting Me 6:50 Stoked 7:15 Detentionaire 7:45 Good Game SP 8:10 Sword Art Online 8:30 Puella Magi Madoka Magica 8:55 Pet Superstars

ABC 24

7:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:30 State To State 12:00 ABC News 12:30 Big Ideas 1:02 National Press Club Address 2:00 ABC News 2:30 The World This Week 3:00 ABC News 3:30 AusBiz Asia 4:00 ABC News 4:30 Australian Story 5:00 ABC News 5:32 One Plus One 6:00 ABC News 6:32 Foreign Correspondent 7:00 ABC News 7:32 The Mix 8:02 Four Corners 8:45 The Rural Quarter 9:00 ABC News 9:30 State To State 10:00 ABC News 10:32 Landline 11:00 ABC News Update 11:02 Q&A 12:02 Big Ideas 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC World News

Home Shopping 7:00 WeekPRIME\7 6:00 end Sunrise [s] 10:00 AFL Game WIN

TEN

6:00 Religious Program 7:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 8:30 Studio 10: Sunday [s] 10:00 The Bolt Report [s] 11:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 12:40 Sunday Afternoon Movie: “Marley & Me: The Puppy Years” (PG v) (’11) Stars: Travis Turner 2:30 Program To Be Advised 3:00 Focus: What Drives The World’s Top Athletes: Craig Lowndes & Ryan Sandes 3:30 Plonk (PG l,s) [s] 4:00 The Bolt Report Encore [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Bondi Rescue (PG l) [s] 6:30 Modern Family [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] 9:00 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary (M v) 10:00 The Graham Norton Show (PG) 11:00 Late Night Movie: “Certain Prey” (M v,s) (’11) Stars: Lola Glaudini 1:00 Infomercial (PG)

6:00 rage (PG) 8:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 The World This Week [s] 11:00 7.30 [s] 11:30 Songs of Praise 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 Compass: The Legion - Part 1 [s] 2:00 Last Tango In Halifax (PG) [s] 3:00 Shakespeare Uncovered 4:00 Big Ideas Arts [s] 5:00 Midsomer Murders (PG) [s] 6:30 Compass [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The Checkout: Snack Size [s] 7:40 Grand Designs: Tiverton [s] 8:30 Silent Witness (M s,v) 9:30 The Tunnel (M s,v) [s] 10:20 The Boy Castaways (M a) 11:40 United States Of Tara: Crunchy Ice (MA15+l) / The Good Parts (M l) 12:35 Movie: “Coogan’s Bluff” (M d,n,v) (’68) Stars: Clint Eastwood

5:30 FIFA World Cup: Rnd 16: Match 50: Teams To Be Announced *Live* 8:15 2014 FIFA World Cup Morning News 8:45 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Australia V Japan (2006) 10:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Germany V Argentina: (2010) 11:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Uruguay V Netherlands (2010) 1:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Argentina V England (1998) 2:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match & Teams To Be Announced 3:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 5:00 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 6:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Daily Highlights 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Full Brazilian (PG) [s] 8:30 Australia’s Secret Heroes [s] - World Cup Continues

7:00 Religious Programs 8:30 Home GO! 7TWO Shopping 9:30 Harry’s Practice 10:00

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 Max Steel (PG v) 12:30 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 1:00 Winx Club 1:30 Tv Shop 2:00 The Voice Kids 3:30 The Voice (PG) 5:30 Scooby-Doo! 6:30 2 Broke Girls (PG s) 7:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Starsky & Hutch” (M v,d,l) (’04) Stars: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn & Will Ferrell 11:30 2 Broke Girls (PG s) 12:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 1:30 Oh Sit! (PG) 2:30 Movie: “A Scanner Darkly” (M d,a,l,s) (’06) Stars: Rory Cochrane 4:30 Thundercats (PG) 4:50 Winx Club

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6:30 Garage Gold 7:00 Diamond Divers 7:30 Focus 8:00 Reel Action 8:30 NASCAR Sprint Cup 1:00 Omnisport 1:30 The Indestructibles (PG) 2:30 Hook, Line & Sisters (PG) 3:30 American Digger 4:00 Adventure Angler 4:30 Golf Getaway 5:00 What’s Up Down Under 5:30 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 7:00 Fishing Expedition 7:30 Extreme Fishing (PG) 8:30 Bondi Rescue (PG l) 9:30 Movie: :True Lies” (M v,s) (’94) Stars: Jamie Lee Curtis & Tom Arnold 12:35 Sleeper Cell (MA15+ v,s,l) 1:35 Ross Kemp On Gangs (MA15+ l,a) 2:35 Omnisport 3:00 Dirty Weekend

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs 4:35 Franklin And Friends 5:05 Bananas In Pyjamas 5:15 Peppa Pig 5:25 Let’s Go Pocoyo 5:35 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:00 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:15 Adventures Of Abney & Teals 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 River Monsters: Killer Catfish (PG) 8:20 The Roast Recap (PG) 8:30 Make Me Young: Youth Knows No Pain (M a,n) 10:00 Louis Theroux: Law & Disorder in Lagos (M l,v) 11:00 Strippers (MA15+a,n) 11:50 Surviving Progress (PG) 1:20 Erasing David (M l) 2:20 ABC News

SBS 2

5:20 Worldwatch News 12:00 Tomorrow’s Doctors (PG) 12:30 Subaru World Of Cycling 1:05 Vs. Arashi 2:00 Speedweek 4:00 PopAsia 6:00 Subaru World Of Cycling 6:30 22014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 7:30 If You Are The One 8:30 South Park (M s,l,a) 9:00 The Soup Investigates 9:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Show 10:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Highlights 11:00 Movie: “Lower City” (MA15+ s,v,a,d) (’05) (From Brazil) 12:45 Russell Howard’s Good News (M l,s) 1:15 Movie: “Melody’s Smile” (M a,s,v,l) (’07) (In French) 3:15 CCTV News

GEM

10:00 Wildlife Warriors 11:00 Get Ace 11:30 Frasier (PG) 12:00 To Be Announced 2:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 2:30 Neighbours 5:00 Britain & Ireland’s Next Top Model (PG) 6:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 6:30 The Simpsons 7:00 Futurama (PG s,l) 7:30 Enlisted (PG v) 8:00 Dads (PG s) 8:30 Movie: “The Truman Show” (M) (’98) Stars: Jim Carrey & Laura Linney 10:40 Have You Been Paying Attention (M) 11:40 1600 Penn (PG s,l) 12:10 Everybody Loves Raymond 12:40 Frasier (PG) 1:10 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2:05 Wildlife Warriors

6:00 Children’s Programs 8:50 Prank Patrol 9:15 Dani’s House 9:45 The Aquabats! 10:10 Worst Year of My Life, Again 10:35 How To Be Indie 10:55 Summer In Transylvania 11:20 M. I. High 1:40 SheZow 2:05 Sally Bollywood 2:20 Don’t Blame The Koalas 2:45 Ocean Girl 3:10 Dead Gorgeous 3:35 Bushwhacked! 4:05 The Little Prince 4:50 Shaun The Sheep 5:20 Officially Amazing 5:50 Wacky World Beaters 6:15 The Beet Party 6:20 Spectacular Spider-Man 6:45 Iron Man 7:05 The Avengers 7:30 The Avengers 7:50 The Aquabats! Super Show! 8:35 SheZow

ABC 24

SATURDAY JUNE 28

ping 11:00 Tennis: 2014 Wimbledon 12:00 Great South East 12:30 Creek To Coast 1:00 Queensland Weekender 1:30 Sydney Weekender 2:00 SA Life 2:30 Movie: “Lois And Clark: The New Adventures Of Superman” (PG v) (’93) 4:30 The Great Australian Doorstep 5:00 Travel Oz (PG) 5:30 Movie: “Read It And Weep” (G) (’06) 7:30 Border Security USA (PG s) 8:00 Motorway Patrol 8:30 Tennis: 2014 Wimbledon *Live* 11:00 Motorway Patrol (PG) 11:30 WWII: The Lost Films (M v)

6:00 Robo Cars 7:00 Gadget Geeks (PG) 8:00 Home Shopping 9:00 T. J Hooker (PG) 10:00 Zoom TV (PG) 10:30 Dream Car Garage 11:00 Motorsport: V8 Utes 12:00 V8 Xtra 12:30 Trucks (PG) 1:00 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction 2:00 The North Sea: Trawlers, Rigs and Rescue 3:00 Fifth Gear 4:00 Pimp My Ride 5:00 Xtreme 4x4 5:30 Mythbusters 6:30 Movie: “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” (PG v) (’97) 9:15 Movie: “Fast & Furious” (M v,l,s) (’09) 11:30 Movie: “Black Dog” (M v,l) (’98) Stars: Patrick Swayze 1:30 Fishing Addiction (PG) 2:30 Gadget Geeks

7MATE

Day (PG) 11:30 Footy Flashbacks: 1979/81 Grand Finals 1:00 Wild Planet: North America [s] 3:00 Program To Be Advised 5:30 Coxy’s Big Break [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 15: Collingwood V Carlton – Sunday Night Football returns with the old CollingwoodCarlton rivalry. 10:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 Castle: Law & Murder / Slice Of Death (M v,a) [s] – During the high-profile trial of a murdered socialite, a juror suddenly tumbles out of the jury box dead. 12:30 Home Shopping

SUNDAY JUNE 29

6:00 TV Shop 7:00 Weekend Today - Saturday 10:00 Mornings - Saturday (PG) 12:00 Fishing Australia: Canberras Giant Freshwater Fish (PG) 12:30 Movie: “Agatha Christie’s Evil Under The Sun” (PG l,v) (’82) Stars: Peter Ustinov 3:00 House Husbands (PG) 4:00 The Bottom Line: Lorna Jane Clarkson (PG) 4:30 Discover Downunder [s] 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News - Saturday [s] 7:00 Movie: “Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs” (G) (’09) Stars: Benjamin Bratt 8:45 Movie: “2012” (M v,l) (’09) Stars: John Cusack 11:50 Late Movie: “The Postman” (M v,s,l) (’97) Stars: Kevin Costner & Olivia Williams 3:05 Spyforce (PG) 4:05 Danoz

WIN

PRIME

The Hungry Sailors (PG) 11:00 2014 Wimbledon 2014 - Highlights 12:00 Live Well (PG) 1:00 Special: The Hairy Bikers 2:00 Robin Hood (PG v) 3:00 Home and Away (PG) 6:30 Sunday Night 7:30 The Vicar Of Dibley: Window (PG) 8:10 Fawlty Towers 8:50 Escape To The Country: Wales 10:30 Homes Under The Hammer 10:50 Kath & Kim (PG) 11:30 Homes Under The Hammer 1:00 The World Around Us 3:00 Harry’s Practice 3:30 Live Well (PG) 4:30 Harry’s Practice

9:30 Construction Zone 10:00 World’s Toughest Driving Tests (PG) 11:00 Wonders of the World 12:00 Skyscraper in Abu Dhabi 1:00 V8 Life (PG) 1:30 Disaster Earth: Earthquake In Central United States (PG) 2:30 Engineering Connections (PG) 3:30 Kings of Construction (PG) 4:30 Extreme Engineering 5:30 Movie: “The Borrowers” (G) (’97) Stars: John Goodman 7:30 Movie: “Kicking & Screaming” (PG) (’05) Stars: Will Ferrell 9:30 Movie: “Old School” (MA15+s) (’03) Stars: Luke Wilson 11:30 Operation Repo 12:00 Gaelic Football 4:00 Extreme Engineering

7MATE

8:00 TV Shop 9:40 The Baron” (PG) 10:40 Movie: “The Hideaways” (G) (’73) Stars: Ingrid Bergman 12:50 Duncan’s Thai Kitchen 1:20 Postcards 1:50 Movie: “Gone With The Wind” (PG v,a) (’39) Stars: Vivien Leigh 6:30 Secret Dealers (PG) 7:30 Antiques Roadshow 8:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (M v) 9:30 CSI: NY (M) 10:30 CSI: Miami (M v) 11:20 The Closer (M) 12:20 Movie: “Twisted Nerve” (M a,v) (’68) Stars: Hayley Mills & Hywel Bennett 2:45 Movie: “The Hideaways” (G) (’73) Stars: Ingrid Bergman 5:00 Adventures In Rainbow Country

6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Financial Review Sunday *Live* 10:30 Wide World Of Sports 11:30 Sunday Footy Show 1:00 TAC Cup: Future Stars (PG) [s] 2:00 Surfsport - World Championship Tour: Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach Highlights. 3:00 Animal Emergency [s] 3:30 When Love Comes To Town (’PG) 4:00 Sunday Football: Parramatta Eels v Newcastle Knights 5:00 News 5:30 Postcards [s] 6:00 National News [s] 6:30 The Voice Kids 8:00 60 Minutes (PG) 9:00 House Husbands (PG) 10:00 The Mentalist (M v) 11:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (M v) 12:00 Financial Review Sunday [s] 12:30 Nightline Prime (PG) 1:30 20/20 [s] 2:30 Spyforce (PG) 3:30 Danoz

6:00 TV Shop 6:30 Movie: “Brothers In Law” (G) (’56) 8:30 TV Shop 10:00 Movie: “The Headless Ghost” (PG) (’58) 11:15 Movie: “Father’s Doing Fine” (G) (’52) Stars: Richard Attenborough 1:00 Discover Downunder 1:30 Getaway (PG) 2:00 Sunday Footy Show (NRL) 4:00 Sunday Football: Parramatta Eels v Newcastle Knights 6:00 Customs (PG) 6:30 Absolutely Fabulous (PG s,l) 7:50 Black Adder ll (PG s) 9:10 The Young Ones: Interesting / Flood (M a) 10:30 The Young Ones: Bambi / Cash (M a) 11:50 Absolutely Fabulous (PG l,s) 2:00 TV Shop

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5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “The Money Pit” (PG s,l) (’86) Stars: Tom Hanks 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:45 What Really Happens In Bali (M a,l) – A Melbourne girl disappears in Kuta and two Darwin boys risk losing the lot in a gambling den. 9:45 Grey’s Anatomy:Change Of Heart / We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (M a) 11:40 2014 Wimbledon: Day 7 *Live 4:00 Home Shopping

WIN

TEN

6:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 7:00 ET [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 MasterChef Australia Encore [s] 12:30 Dr Phil (PG a,l) 1:30 Come Date With Me (PG a) 2:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] 8:30 24: Live Another Day: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm (M) 9:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) 10:30 Blue Bloods: Manhattan Queens (M) [s] 11:30 The Project Encore [s] 12:30 Late Show (PG) 1:30 Infomercial (PG)

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Grand Designs [s] 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Landline [s] 2:00 Poh’s Kitchen [s] 2:20 Randling (M l) 2:50 Last Of The Summer Wine [s] 3:20 Midsomer Murders (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Eggheads: Body Matters [s] 6:30 QI: Corby (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:20 Media Watch (PG) [s] 9:35 Q&A [s] 10:35 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:35 Accused: Liam’s Story (M l,a,v) [s] 12:35 Movie: “Let No Man Write My Epitaph” (M a,d,v) (’60) Stars: Shelley Winters 2:20 Movie: “My Favourite Wife” (G) (’40) Stars: Cary Grant & Irene Dunne

5:30 FIFA World Cup: Rnd 16: Match 52 - Teams To Be Announced *Live* 8:15 2014 FIFA World Cup Morning News 8:45 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Australia V Ghana (2010) 10:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Germany V USA (2002) 11:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Brazil V Turkey (2002) 1:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Ghana V Uruguay (2010) 2:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay Match & Teams To Be Announced 3:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match & Teams To Be Announced 5:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 6:00 2014 FIFA World Cup - Daily Highlights 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Full Brazilian (PG) – World Cup Continues

8:30 Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & GO! 7TWO Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland St (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:30 Thundercats (PG) 11:00 Yu-gi-oh! Zexal 12:00 Extra 12:30 Britain’s Got Talent (PG) 2:00 2 Broke Girls (PG s) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Tenkai Knights (PG) 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Scooby-Doo! (PG) 5:00 Green Lantern (PG) 5:30 The Looney Tunes Show 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Manspace 8:00 Top Gear (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Act of Valour” (MA15+ v,l) (’12) Stars: Jason Cottle 11:50 Manspace 12:30 Top Gear 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra 4:00 Power Rangers Megaforce

ONE

6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Omnisport 8:25 Sporting Greats 9:00 World Series Sprintcars 10:00 The Biggest Loser USA 12:00 The Adventures Of Merlin (PG v,sn) 1:00 Undercover Boss 2:00 Megafactories 3:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG) 4:00 Driving Wars 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 7:00 Scrappers (PG s,l,a) 7:30 Garage Gold 8:00 Undercover Boss (PG) 9:00 An Idiot Abroad (M l,n) 10:00 The Road To Rio 11:00 Diamond Divers (PG) 12:00 48 Hours 1:00 Fast Forward (PG) 2:00 Blokesworld (MA15+ s,n) 2:30 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG)

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 4:30 Play School 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:35 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 5:50 Sarah And Duck 6:00 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:15 The Adventures Of Abney & Teal 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:10 The Roast (PG) 8:30 Louis Theroux: The Ultra Zionists (M l,v) 9:30 Ross Kemp: Extreme World (M a,v,d) 10:10 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) 10:55 Make Me Young (M a,n) 12:25 The Tonight Show (PG) 1:10 Lewis Black’s Root of All Evil (M s) 1:30 Hungry Beast (M l,s) 1:55 ABC News

SBS 2

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 4:30 Globe Trekker 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:00 The Office (PG) 6:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock (PG) 8:30 Pizza: Doctor (M l,v,d,s) 9:00 Housos (MA15+ d,l) 9:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Show 10:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Daily Highlights 11:00 Movie: “Behind The Sun” (M a,v) (10) Stars: Rodrigo Santoro (In Portuguese) 12:40 The Feed 1:10 Frisky Dingo (MA15+v,s) 1:25 Ugly Americans (M a,s) 1:55 Inside Nature’s Giants Camel (PG) 2:55 RT News In English From Moscow

ABC 24

MONDAY JUNE 30

PRIME

10:00 Coronation St (PG) 10:30 Dr Oz (PG) 11:30 Father Ted (PG) 12:00 It’s Me Or The Dog (PG) 1:00 Benny Hill (PG) 2:00 The Agatha Christie Hour (PG) 3:00 Heartbeat (PG) 4:00 Kingswood Country (PG) 4:30 Coronation Street 5:00 Shortland St (PG) 5:30 Homes Under The Hammer 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Britain’s Greatest Machines 8:30 Tennis: 2014 Wimbledon 11:40 Weapons of World War II (PG) 12:30 Kingswood Country (PG) 1:00 It’s Me Or The Dog 2:00 Dr Oz (PG) 3:00 Benny Hill

5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 WIN News *Live* [s] 7:30 The Voice *Live* (PG) – It’s all come down to this. Each judge now has their team of four artists. The artists battle it out in the Live Showdowns for their team and coach 9:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 10:30 Footy Classified (M) 11:30 Extra [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations (PG a) 2:30 Extra [s] 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

SBS

7MATE

6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Art Attack 7:30 Pair Of Kings 8:00 Doc McStuffins 8:30 Shake It Up 9:00 NBC Today 10:00 NBC Meet The Press 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 Starsky & Hutch (PG v) 2:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG v) 3:00 Built From Disaster 4:00 Horsepower TV 4:30 Xtreme 4x4 (PG) 4:45 Muscle Car (PG) 5:00 Pimp My Ride 5:30 Mythbusters (PG) 6:30 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Talking Footy (PG) 8:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 9:30 American Restoration (PG) 11:00 Rude Tube (M v) 11:30 Sportsfan Clubhouse (PG) 12:30 Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape (M) 1:30 Operation Repo (M)

GEM

7:00 TV Shop 8:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Some Will, Some Won’t” (PG a) (’70) Stars: Leslie Phillips 2:00 Alive & Cooking 2:30 Animal Hoarding 3:30 Antiques Roadshow 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 RBT (PG) 8:00 Rapid Response (PG) 8:30 David Attenborough’s Secrets Of Wild India 9:30 Got Home Alive (M v) 10:30 Aircrash Confidential (M) 11:30 Silent Witness (MA15+v,a,s) 12:30 Footy Classified (M) 1:30 Friends (PG) 2:00 TV Shop

11:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG v,l) 1:00 JAG (PG v,l) 2:00 Clueless (PG) 3:00 Becker (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 8:00 Raising Hope (PG s) 8:30 Torchwood (M sn) 9:30 Dexter (MA15+) 10:40 American Horror Story (MA15+ s,v) 12:40 The Late Show (PG) 1:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 2:00 7th Heaven (PG) 3:00 Charmed (PG v) 4:00 JAG (PG)

ABC3

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s House 11:10 Horrible Histories 11:40 Operation Ouch! 12:10 Steam Punks! 12:35 I Got A Rocket 12:45 SheZow 1:00 The Twisted Whiskers Show 1:15 Slugterra 1:40 Camp Lakebottom 2:10 Nerds And Monsters 2:25 Stoked 3:00 WAC 3:30 Prank Patrol (PG) 4:05 Chop Socky Chooks 4:30 Oggy And The Cockroaches 4:40 Almost Naked Animals 5:05 League Of Super Evil 5:30 Dani’s House 6:00 Young Dracula 6:30 Total Drama 7:15 Camp Lakebottom 7:30 Operation Ouch! 8:00 MY: 24 8:30 Dance Academy

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 7:00 ABC News 8:30 The Business 8:55 ABC Open 9:00 ABC News Update 9:02 The Drum 9:30 ABC News Update 9:35 Q&A 10:30 ABC News 11:00 The World 12:00 ABC News 12:20 Lateline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 Grandstand – Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “The Lies Boys Tell” (PG a) (’94) Stars: KIrk Douglas 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:45 Winners & Losers: Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad (PG a,s) – Sophie still has the hots for Sam’s brother Luke, making life in the Share House a little awkward. 9:45 Chicago Fire: Prove It / Defcon 1 (M v,a,s) 11:45 2014 Wimbledon: Day 8 *Live 4:00 Home Shopping

WIN

5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live* [s] 7:30 Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year South America: Hola! (PG) – Hamish & Andy are back for another Gap Year - this time South American style! 8:30 EJ Whitten Legends Game [s] 11:00 Arrow: Year One Retrospective (M v,d) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 20/20 [s] 2:30 Extra [s] 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News

TEN

6:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 7:00 ET [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 MasterChef Australia Encore [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (M d,a) 1:00 The Doctors (PG mp) 2:00 Come Date With Me (PG) 2:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Entertainment Tonight (PG) 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia [s] 8:30 Under The Dome (M) 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Imposters & Familial (M v,s) 11:30 The Project Encore [s] 12:30 Late Show (PG) 1:30 Infomercial (PG) 2:30 Home Shopping (PG)

ABC

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Time Team [s] 11:00 Four Corners [s] 11:45 Media Watch [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Q&A [s] 2:00 Poh’s Kitchen On The Road [s] 2:25 Randling (M l) 3:00 Last Of The Summer Wine [s] 3:30 Midsomer Murders (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Eggheads [s] 6:30 QI: Creatures (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 Hanging With Hoges [s] 9:30 At The Movies (PG) [s] 10:00 The Book Club [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Four Corners [s] 12:20 Media Watch (PG) [s] 12:35 Movie: “A Place In The Sun” (PG) (’51) Stars: Montgomery Clift & Elizabeth Taylor

5:30 FIFA World Cup: Rnd 16: Match 54: Teams To Be Announced *Live* 8:15 2014 FIFA World Cup Morning News 8:45 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Holland V Brazil (1974) 10:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Spain V France (2006) 11:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: West Germany V England (1970) 1:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Korea Republic V Italy (2002) 2:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 3:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match & Teams To Be Announced 5:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 6:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Daily -Highlights 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Full Brazilian (PG) – World Cup Continues

Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & 7TWO 8:30 Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street (PG) GO!

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:00 Yu-gi-oh! Classic 12:00 Extra 12:30 Britain’s Got Talent (PG) 2:00 Top Gear 3:00 Extra 3:30 Tenkai Knights (PG) 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Scooby-doo! (PG) 5:00 Green Lantern (PG) 5:30 The Looney Tunes Show 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Top Gear Top 41 (PG) 9:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Underworld: Evolution” (MA15+ v,h,s,l) (’06) Stars: Kate Beckinsale & Scott Speedman 11:50 Top Gear Top 41 (PG) 1:00 Nikita (MA15+ v) 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra 4:00 Power Rangers Megaforce

ONE

6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 Focus 8:30 Omnisport 9:00 The Road To Rio 10:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG s) 11:00 Monster Jam 12:00 The Adventures Of Merlin (PG v,sn) 1:00 Undercover Boss 2:00 The Biggest Loser Australia (PG) 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 Reel Action 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 David Attenborough’s Life In Cold Blood 8:30 The Indestructibles (PG) 9:30 48 Hours (M a) 10:30 Super Rugby (PG) 11:30 Terriers (M v,s) 12:30 Megafactories 1:30 Bellator MMA (M v) 4:20 Driving Wars (PG)

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 4:30 Play School 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:35 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 5:50 Sarah And Duck 6:00 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:15 The Adventures Of Abney & Teal 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:30 Good Game 9:00 The Checkout (PG) 9:30 Hard Time (PG) 10:20 Archer (M v,s) 10:40 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) 11:20 Ross Kemp: Extreme World (M a) 12:05 Sun, Sex And Suspicious Parents (M a,l,s) 1:05 The Tonight Show (PG) 1:50 The Undercover Princesses 2:50 ABC News Update

SBS 2

5:45 Worldwatch News (All day) 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:05 The Office (PG) 6:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock (PG) 8:30 Drama Series: From Dusk Till Dawn - Pilot (MA15+ v) 9:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Show 10:30 FIFA World Cup Daily Highlights 11:00 Drama Series: Siren’s Song (M v) (From Brazil, in Portuguese) 12:45 The Feed 1:15 Tim And Eric’s Awesome Show! (M l,s) 1:30 Ugly Americans - Soul Sucker (M a,s,l) 1:55 Inside Nature’s Giants - Dinosaur Bird (PG) 2:55 France 24 News In English

ABC 24

TUESDAY JULY 1

PRIME

10:00 Coronation St 10:30 Dr Oz (PG) 11:30 Father Ted (PG) 12:00 It’s Me Or The Dog (PG) 1:00 Benny Hill (PG) 2:00 The Agatha Christie Hour (PG) 3:00 Heartbeat (PG) 4:00 Kingswood Country (PG) 4:30 Coronation Street 5:00 Shortland St (PG) 5:30 Homes Under The Hammer 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Cities of the Underworld (PG) 8:30 Air Crash Investigations 9:30 Motorway Patrol 10:00 2014 Wimbledon 11:45 When Weather Changed History 12:45 Bargain Hunt 2:00 Dr Oz 3:00 Benny Hill

11

SBS

7MATE

7:30 Pair Of Kings 8:00 Doc McStuffins 8:30 Shake It Up 9:00 NBC Today 10:00 NBC Meet The Press 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 Starsky & Hutch (PG v) 2:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG v) 3:00 Built From Disaster (PG) 4:00 Horsepower TV 4:30 Xtreme 4x4 4:45 Muscle Car 5:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 5:30 Mythbusters (PG) 6:30 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 World’s Craziest Fools (PG) 8:30 Family Guy (M) 9:30 Bogan Hunters (MA15+s,a) 10:00 Family Guy (M) 11:00 American Dad (M) 12:00 Lizard Lick Towing (M) 12:30 SportsFan Clubhouse (PG) 1:30 Operation Repo (M)

GEM

7:00 TV Shop 8:00 Animal Hoarding 9:00 TV Shop 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Movie: “Raising The Wind” (G) (’61) Stars: Leslie Phillips 2:00 Alive & Cooking 2:30 David Attenborough’s Secrets Of Wild India 3:30 RBT (PG) 4:00 Rapid Response (PG) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 The People’s Court (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 Customs (PG) 8:40 Movie: “Midsomer Murders: The Killings At Badgers Drift” (PG v,a,s,l) (’95) 10:50 Silent Witness (MA15+ v,mp) 12:00 Friends (PG) 12:30 Adventures In Rainbow Country 1:00 Dangerman (PG) 2:00 TV Shop

11

11:30 Frasier 12:00 Charmed (PG v,l) 1:00 JAG (PG v,l) 2:00 Clueless (PG) 3:00 Becker (PG) 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Happy Days (PG) 5:30 Beverly Hills 90210 (PG l) 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 7:30 Rules Of Engagement (PG s,a) 8:30 New Girl (M s) 9:00 The Goodwin Games (PG) 9:30 I Wanna Mary Harry (PG s) 10:30 Emily Owens M.D. (M s) 11:30 The Late Show 12:30 Everybody Loves Raymond 1:00 The King Of Queens 1:30 Happy Days (PG) 2:00 7th Heaven (PG)

ABC3

6:00 Children’s Programs 10:40 Dani’s House 11:10 Horrible Histories 11:40 Operation Ouch! 12:10 Steam Punks! 12:35 I Got A Rocket 12:45 SheZow 1:00 The Twisted Whiskers Show 1:15 Slugterra 1:40 Camp Lakebottom 2:10 Nerds And Monsters 2:25 Stoked 3:00 World Animal Championships 3:30 Prank Patrol (PG) 4:05 Chop Socky Chooks 4:30 Oggy 4:40 Almost Naked Animals 5:05 League Of Super Evil 5:30 Dani’s House 6:00 Young Dracula 6:30 Total Drama 7:15 Camp Lakebottom 7:30 Operation Ouch! 8:00 Bushwhacked! 8:30 Dance Academy

6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News Mornings 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 5:30 Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 7:00 ABC News 8:00 ABC News 8:30 The Business 9:00 ABC News 9:30 The Drum 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:25 Lateline – A unique nightly news analysis 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 Grandstand – Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 The Business

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG)11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Prom” (PG v) (’11) Stars: Aimee Teegarden 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Program To Be Advised 9:00 The Goldbergs: The Other Smother / Shopping Micromanaging (PG) [s] – Barry and Erica’s college searches pits Beverly against a rival meddling mom. 10:00 Program To Be Advised 12:15 2014 Wimbledon: Day 9 *Live 4:00 Home Shopping

WIN

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The People’s Court (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 WIN News *Live* [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Uninvited (M v) – The CSIs are called to investigate when an entire family goes missing for a month. 10:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Consumed (M v) 11:00 The Mentalist: Red Lacquer Nail Polish (M v) 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Who Gets The Last Laugh? 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

TEN

6:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 7:00 ET [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Jamie’s 30 Minute Meals 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 MasterChef Australia Encore [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG s,a,l) 1:00 The Doctors (PG d,a) 2:00 Come Date With Me (PG a) 2:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] 8:30 Offspring (M s) 9:30 The Good Wife (M) 10:30 Wonderland: Dreams (M) 11:00 Wonderland: Personal Space (M) 11:30 The Project Encore [s] 12:30 Late Show (PG) 1:30 Infomercial (PG)

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Time Team [s] 11:00 One Plus One [s] 11:30 Foreign Correspondent [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 Wild Life At The Zoo (PG) [s] 2:00 Poh’s Kitchen On The Road [s] 2:30 Randling (M l) 3:00 Last Of The Summer Wine [s] 3:30 Midsomer Murders (PG) 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Eggheads [s] 6:30 QI: Sound Advice (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 QI: Kinetic (PG) [s] 8:30 Stop At Nothing: The Lance Armstrong Story (M l) [s] 10:10 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (M l) [s] 10:40 Lateline [s]11:15 The Business [s] 11:45 Criminal Justice (M a,l,v) [s] 12:45 Movie: “High, Wide And Handsome” (PG) (’37)

5:30 FIFA World Cup: Rnd 16: Match 56: Teams To Be Announced *Live* 8:15 2014 FIFA World Cup Morning News 8:45 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Australia V Japan (2006) 10:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Holland V Brazil (1974) 11:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: West Germany V Argentina (1990) 1:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Classic Match: Sweden V Senegal (2002) 2:00 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Replay - Match & Teams To Be Announced 3:30 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 5:00 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 6:00 FIFA World Cup Daily -Highlights 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Full Brazilian (PG) 8:30 Walking Through History: The Tudor Way [s] – World Cup Continues

8:30 Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & GO! 7TWO Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 12:30 Britain’s Got Talent (PG) 2:00 Oh Sit! (PG) 3:00 Extra 3:30 Tenkai Knights (PG) 4:05 Ben 10 (PG) 4:30 Scooby-doo! (PG) 5:00 Green Lantern (PG) 5:30 The Looney Tunes Show 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 7:30 Auction Hunters (PG) 8:30 Auction Hunters 9:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Movie: “The Punisher: War Zone” (MA15+ v,l,d) (’08) Stars: Wayne Knight 11:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 12:00 Auction Hunters (PG) 1:00 Nikita (MA15+ v) 2:00 TMZ 3:30 Extra 4:00 Power Rangers Megaforce

ONE

8:00 Omnisport 8:30 Golf Getaway 9:00 American Digger (PG) 9:30 Scrappers (PG s,l,a) 10:00 Whose Line Is It Anyway? (PG s) 11:00 David Attenborough's Life In Cold Blood 12:00 The Adventures Of Merlin (PG) 1:00 Undercover Boss 2:00 The Biggest Loser Australia 3:00 Super Rugby 4:00 Get Smart 4:30 COPS (PG l) 5:00 I Fish 6:00 M*A*S*H 7:00 COPS (PG l) 7:30 White Collar (PG v) 8:30 Burn Notice (M v) 9:30 Burn Notice (M v,l) 10:30 The Killing (MA15+ s,d,a) 11:30 Garage Gold 12:00 Flip Men 1:00 Omnisport 1:30 NASCAR Sprint Cup (Rpt) Race 17: Quaker State 400

ABC2

6:00 Children’s Programs (All day) 4:30 Play School 5:00 Peppa Pig 5:35 Ben And Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:00 Driver Dan’s Story Train 6:15 The Adventures Of Abney & Teal 6:30 In The Night Garden 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 The Tonight Show (PG) 8:30 Extreme OCD Camp (PG) 9:30 Fear Of Flying (M a) 10:15 Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (PG) 10:55 River Monsters: Killer Catfish (PG) 11:45 Hard Time: Time & Transformation (PG) 12:40 Archer: Papal Chase (M s,a) 1:00 Catfish: The TV Show (M a) 1:45 The Tonight Show (PG) 2:25 ABC News Update

5:00 Worldwatch News (All day) 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Bang Goes The Theory 6:00 The Office (PG) 6:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 7:30 The Feed 8:00 30 Rock (PG) 8:30 In The Flesh 9:30 2014 FIFA World Cup Show 10:30 FIFA World Cup Daily Highlights 11:00 Drama Series: Siren’s Song (M v) (Part 2) (From Brazil, in Portuguese) 12:45 The Feed 1:15 Robot Chicken: Nightmare Generator (M v,d) 1:30 Ugly Americans - Sympathy for the Devil (M a,s) 1:5 Inside Nature’s Giants - Leatherback Turtle (PG) 2:55 DW News In English

7:00 Art Attack 7:30 Pair Of Kings 8:00 Doc McStuffins 8:30 Shake It Up 9:00 NBC Today 11:00 Motor Mate 1:00 Starsky & Hutch (PG v) 2:00 Charlie’s Angels (PG v) 3:00 Built From Disaster (PG) 4:00 Horsepower TV 4:30 Xtreme 4x4 4:45 Muscle Car 5:00 Pimp My Ride (PG) 5:30 Mythbusters (PG) 6:30 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Bid and Destroy (PG) 8:30 Hardcore Pawn (M) 9:30 American Pickers (PG) 11:30 Rude Tube (M l) 12:00 Disorderly Conduct Caught On Tape (PG) 1:00 Convict Air (M v) 2:00 Crime Pursuits (M v) 3:00 Horsepower TV (PG) 3:20 Xtreme 4x4 (PG)

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Your Lucky Stars

For the week June 29 - July 5

with Kerry Kulkens

^    a  ARIES:

(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 1.4.8.5 Lotto Numbers: 12.13.18.25.32.45 Better time in business and finances and more chances to increase your income. Mix only with winner’s, losers could drag you down with their attitudes which you do not need now.

LEO:

(July 23- August 22) Lucky Colour: Mauve Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 5.4.8.4 Lotto Numbers: 15.19.25.40.36.23 The very best period of mixing business and pleasure and also making sure that all important information is reaching the right people. Time for reaping from your past efforts is now.

VIRGO:

TAURUS:

(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Thursday Racing Numbers: 8.5.2.5 Lotto Numbers: 1.18.19.23.37.44 Any legal documents or contracts must be seen by the experts before you sign on the dotted line. Some crisis on the domestic sector should be cleared before you make up your mind.

(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1.5.7.4 Lotto Numbers: 10.45.1.41.26.33 Let people know how you feel and do not sit tight on your information during this period. Problems with machinery could be the cause of some mix ups later in the period.

LIBRA:

GEMINI:

(September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1.5.8.7 Lotto Numbers: 15.19.24.28.34.45 A friend could be instrumental in bringing about changes in your daily routine. If you are about to change your mind it’s advisable to check all aspects before decision making.

CANCER:

(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 1.5.7.4 Lotto Numbers: 15.19.24.28.34.36 A person or news from your past could interrupt your daily routine. Travel plans could be deferred or cancelled due to unexpected actions and more planning will be needed.

(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Yellow Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1.5.8.3 Lotto Numbers: 6.9.18.24.22.45 Money matters are needing care and think before you spend during this period. You could be feeling let down by someone you have been relying on for a long time.

SCORPIO:

(June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Lilac Lucky Day: Saturday Racing Numbers: 3.5.2.1 Lotto Numbers: 12.18.24.29.35.33 If you promise more than you can deliver you could find problems in your personal relationships. Try to pacify loved ones who could be relying on your help.

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SAGITTARIUS:

(November 23- December 20) Lucky Colour: Orange Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 1.8.7.4 Lotto Numbers: 1.5.19.24.42.45 You might need to work harder to get your way with someone special. Health needs care and something you have been worrying about should be investigated right now.

CAPRICORN:

(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Fawn Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 2.5.2.4 Lotto Numbers: 12.19.15.24.45.32 New hobbies will take you out of the house a lot. Do not neglect your usual friends, even your new found interest will be very time consuming at first. Wear beige for luck outside.

AQUARIUS:

(January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Navy Blue Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 2.4.8.7 Lotto Numbers: 1.5.40.28.34.33 Too much pushing now will alienate people from your plans. Try the soft touch and you will fare better and more of your abilities will come to fore if you are wise now.

PISCES:

(February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: White Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 5.6.4.1 Lotto Numbers: 12.19.24.35.36.42 An offer too good to refuse could come your way suddenly. More work that you hoped for should be on offer very soon and your interests will gain in some way.

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Blue Ribbon awards young sports stars

The Crane Hire Specialists

Lifting Victoria to new heights.

Award winners

Week four AFL Wimmera Mallee Little League Spirit of Football award winner Ben Atherton is pictured receiving his award from Horsham Sergeant John Inverno. Atherton is relishing playing in the under 12 competition already showing improvement over the first three weeks.

Wynd a winner

Round nine winner of the Spirit of Netball award was Swifts under 17 netballer Taryn Wynd. She is pictured with Natimuk’s Leading Senior Constable Peter Taylor. Wynd is playing in her sixth year of netball with the Swifts and has never put a foot wrong. Starting in the under 13’s, Wynd’s game has improved and evolved year by year. She lives and breathes netball and it shows in her commitment to her team mates and her own improvement. Wynd was one of two Swifts players to make the Interleague team this year and is a pleasure to have around the club.

Round 10 Spirit of Football award winner Natimuk United under 17 footballer Russell Ryan is pictured right with Natimuk’s Leading Senior Constable Peter Taylor. Ryan is relishing playing in the team this year after having a break from footy last year. He plays a pivotal part in the team’s success and his height advantage and agility around the ground a great strength. As vice captain, he is highly respected by his peers and teammates.

We can lift anything, anywhere!! 15 Carine Street, Horsham Phone (03) 5381 0500 - 24-hour contact www.cosacranes.com.au Round seven winner of the Spirit of Netball award Stawell 17 and under netballer Brianna Hyslop is pictured receiving her award from Stawell Sergeant Simon Grant. Hyslop is an up and coming junior who has a great willingness to learn. She is a dedicated and positive player and is always determined and gives 100 per cent.

Round nine Spirit of Football award winner Taylors Lake under 17 footballer Nathan Hayden is pictured above with Blue Ribbon committeeman Les Power. Hayden has been playing for Taylors Lake for only three months but has showed that he can consistently achieve best on ground by putting in 110 percent and helping out team mates.

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If you are thinking of buying or selling then talk to NorthWest Real Estate. Warracknabeal

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130 Anderson St – A brick home for $130,000 is good buying in this current market. This 1960’s built brick veneer home features 3 bedrooms, large bright lounge with a split system & ceiling fan, neat kitchen, a kid friendly bathroom, single carport, a small workshop. The corner block location allows you to build a shed (STCA) or landscape using your own ideas.

22 Conran St – This limestone family home will impress you because it is so unique. Inside the timber, tile and stone floors will amaze you as will the pressed ceilings. The 3 bedrooms are all doubles, the lounge is separate and features a stone floor. The kitchen is a galley style and lined with pine.

97 Main St – There are four bedrooms three doubles that all feature a fireplace and one single bedroom, walk in linen press and a functional bathroom with a bath and separate shower. The front of the property features a large walk-in safe, 3 offices and a storage room, 14ft ceilings and evap cooling.

22 Upper Roy St – Investors Alert! This spacious brick home features 3 bedrooms, a separate lounge and a functional kitchen.The home is centrally located close to the shops, river and school. The property is currently leased to a long term tenant until at least Feb. 2014. First to inspect this property will buy.

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Eureka Hotel – This 2 storey hotel features a large “L” shaped bar, 2 dining rooms with a combined seating capacity of approx. 70 people. With approx 13 years left on the current lease there is plenty of time to put your stamp on this profitable business. Included in the lease is the full plant and equipment and an as new beer system.

3 Athol Crt – Move into this as new modern brick veneer home boasting 3 double bedrooms, spacious open plan living/meals area, excellent heating and cooling, well appointed kitchen, 2 outdoor entertaining areas, easy care garden with workshop, rainwater tanks and the convenience of a double garage with auto doors and storage cupboard.

23 Arnold St – This charming hardiplank cottage features 2 dble bedrooms plus a detached bungalow, spacious kitchen, comfortable lounge, functional bathroom, instant gas hot water and evap cooling. Outside on the large corner block there is 2 garages and second toilet. This property is currently rented for $135pw.

203 Woods St – This spacious weatherboard home boasts 3 double bedrooms. country style kitchen with gas stove, 2 living areas, open fireplace and electric reverse cycle a/c and the convenience of 2 bathrooms. Outside the large block has rear access and a single garage. This home is privately rented on a periodic basis for $110 p/w.

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14 Scott St – Picture yourself sitting up relaxing in the 10 person spa letting all your cares float away. Well that will be possible if you buy this home which also boasts 4 bedrooms, spacious bathroom, country style kitchen and lounge with refrigerated a/c and wood heating will keep you comfortable all year round and outside you will find a double car shed.

32 Gardiner St – This tastefully renovated home comprises 2 double bedrooms with built in robes and a smaller single bedroom/study. The kitchen has a gas cook top and electric oven and dishwasher. Heating and cooling of the property is also taken care of with an electric wood fire in the lounge room and split system as well.

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22 Campbell St – This brick and tile home is in a great location in Donald, diagonally opposite a parkland. This home boasts 3 bedrooms, a kitchen with a dble oven, breakfast bar and walk-in pantry. The bathroom is modern with a spa bath, sep shower. Evap cooling, wood heating, dble garage and a rear deck.

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17 Devereux St – This 3 bedroom cottage is available with vacant possession or it has a rental history of $150 p/w. Currently getting some minor maintenance done while it is empty. The home is clad to make painting easier and features a functional kitchen with gas stove, split system and a gas connection for a heater.

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Animals & Accessories

Animals & Accessories

22 1yo X breed ewe lambs, drenched Bates black Prix St George 16½ inch and shorn $80 each delivery can be dressage saddle, f/m, VGC $550ono arranged Ph 0409445021 Ph 0400846525 4 Poll Dorset rams, 1 1/2yo, Gudair Birds, King Parrots, green Princess vacc and Brucc acc $330each inc Ph Parrots, Indian Ringnecks, 2 pair 53836208 green, 1 yellow hen, male Eastern Rosella, Cockatiels, Canaries, Zebra Finches Ph 53902287 Adorable miniature horses,

Animals & Accessories

Baby Needs

Pheasants, Lady Amherst, 3yo pair Baby items, Steelcraft pram, baby and 9mth old pair, 1 golden Pheasant bath, change table, bassinet with storage, highchair, adjustable toddler hen Ph 53902287 self walker, baby carrier, Flutterby Pigeons, Indian Fantails, assorted music dream swing, top brands, as colours, from $12 Ph 0429355103 new $300 the lot Ph 0429196880 Longernong Horsham area

Piglets, Wessex Saddlebacks, Borsi X Stag pups, 2 male, excellent from 6 weeks, ready to go $120 Ph hunters, m/c # 978102100137489, 0407886419 Moyston # 978102100137543 $200 Ph Pigs, black Bore and Sow $600 for 0428911273 Alpacas, all ages Ph 53822405 the pair, piglets 14 weeks old at $100 Bottle fed lambs, Merino X Cheviot, Alpacas, breeding stock, pets and or make offer for lot Ph 0407399313 flock protectors, all stock guaranteed, make good kids pets or grass eaters, inspections welcome, delivery drinking well, can take now or when Lake Fynas area available Ph 0427602773 weaned, boys $50 girls $80 Ph Rabbit/chook hutch, 122.5 x 64.5 x 10.5cm, brand new, in box $70ono Ph Alpacas, female, all colours from 0408059958 Stawell registered breeder, good rates Ph Budgies, yellow face, blues and 0439811336 53847380 or 0416017567 greys, and various other colours Rams and Ewes, stud and commercial Alpacas, herd guards and pets, male $10each Ph 53847353 or 0428603981 black Suffolk Ph 0427848280 and female available, prices vary Canaries, various colours $15each Dadswells Bridge Ph 0428852338 Ph 53827377 Alpacas, male and female, all colours, CHEAP all purpose synthetic Rams, easy lambing composites, OJD female may be in cria Ph 53871115 saddle, black, brand new, never been vacc $350 Ph 0428115873 young, friendly, nurtured from birth, golden palominos Ph 0418516253

used, EC, suit pony, must sell $100ono Roosters, pure young Australorp and Ph 0437894257 AH or send a text Barnevelder $25each Ph 0431649531 Clover hay, 100 small squares, Roosters, purebred Rhode Island good horse quality $10 plus GST Ph Red and Light Sussex $30each Ph 0418791859 Willaura 0418371448 Laharum Colossal White Suffolks flock Angus Bull, 18mths $450 Ph rams, 1½yo, vacc OJD and 6 in 1, Rotary lamb marking cradle, 5 0428567948 Pomonal Brucellosis Acc No. 2466 Ph Justin cradles $250 Ph 55831504 Angus Herifin Bull, 18mths $450 Ph 0467540646 Saddle, black leather, Isabell 0428467948 Pomonal Dorper Ewes, 2 and 3 yrs, in lamb, Werth, 17’’, changeable gullet, VGC Appaloosa gelding, 15.3hh, also rams $120 Ph 0434584909 $1500ono Ph 53891752 registered, 9yo, personality Dorper Ewes, 53, mixed ages, plus, comes when called, to good Antique Edwardian Dutchess, $550, knowledgeable home only $4500 Ph no shearing required $5300 Ph timber hall stand with cupboard $200, 0407069797 Balmoral area 53951194 Rainbow both in EC Ph 0435824795 Appaloosa Horses, registered Ewe lambs, 10 white dorper full blood lambs, 12mths old $150each Ph geldings, yearlings, mature to 15hh, colours, well handled $1500-$2000 0478607721 Antiques Ph 53543264 Ewes, pure breed, black face Suffolk’s, Baby bore goats, bottle fed $50each from stud stock Ph Liz 0419664345 Ph 0437002002 Fish Tanks, for sale, excellent working condition, POA Ph 53582865 or 0438019388 Stawell The Weekly Advertiser Andalusian Warmblood X, 11yo, 15.3hh, dappled bay roan, too many virtues to be all mentioned here, regretful sale because owner suffers from cardiac problems $2600 Ph 53564653 AH

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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Free Arabian mare, to knowledgeable, caring home only, rugs included, light riding Ph 53524913 or 0407960457

Goats, Anglo Nubian, 12mths old $50, Billy Goat 4yo Ph 0427056886

Antique fireplace, Whites Eagle Grass hay, small square bales, in Foundry, inspection welcome $300 Ph the shed, 100 left $5 Ph 0408501630 53826270 Ararat Incubator 54 egg automatic turn, Concave Picture Frames $80each as new, EC $500 plus GST Ph Ph 0428324210 0448506556 Miners Lounge $200 Ph 0428324210 Indian Game Pullets and Cockerels Ph 0448506556

King Charles X pups, 1 male and 1 female $350each, 1 adult male 4yo purebred King Charles $200, m/c # 1664175, # 1664174, # 1421334 Ph 53522704 Ararat Minors couch, fully restored, original Miniature goat babies, currently wire base, lovely item, not used $700 bottle feeding, both sexes, various Ph 0439101170 colours, immunised, wormed, Old antique sunshine wooden box disbudded, MGBA registered, potential combine, best offer Ph 0427972106 A grade, from $250 Ph 0427340750

Palomino mini horses, 1 gelding, Sewing machine, Singer Treadle, reg MHAA, show quality $800 Ph beautiful stitcher, VGC, extras $250 53870520 Ph 53522455

Caravans

Caravans

2007 Galaxy Odyssesy pop-top, 18’6, d/bed, RO awning, dual axle, battery pack, drop down jacks, EC $24,000 Ph 0429721447 Ararat

Slide-on Camper, Millard 1985, 3 berth, fridge, stove, battery pack, GC $4000 Ph 0439797922 or 53871504

2010 Avan Erin 2 pop-top caravan, all usual modern accessories apply, EC $24,500 Ph 53823303 or 0428823303

Commercial Equipment

Boori Classic white cot/bed, 2010 Galaxy Odyssey pop-top includes mattress, near new condition 17’6’’ tandem, s/beds, ensuite, TV, $480 Ph 0411377997 Horsham DVD, surround sound $32,000ono Ph Cot, Gro Years, EC $100 Ph 53811029 or 0481174907 0409563361 Cabana pop-top caravan, GC Dart Blue Velcro Matrix pram with $3750ono Ph 0428504611 Natimuk bassinet and accessories, new Camper trailer, Alum, 7x4, off-road condition $250 Ph 0438210944 with 23x18’ tent, lots of storage, deep cycle power, stainless kitchen, pumped water, as new $6500ono Ph Caravans 0417578896 Campervan, Goldstream Sovereign 2000, special edition, bed flies, awning, 3 way fridge, microwave, 1 owner, EC, shedded $16,500 Ph 53820136 or 0428972221 Caravan annex, 15’x10’, EC, all poles and ropes $800ono Ph 53524271 1993 Jayco Eagle outback campervan, complete with annex, bed flys, sleeps 6, electric brakes, twin water tanks with 12V pump, front storage boxes, rear bar with jerry can holders, VGC, 12mths reg $9500 Ph 53846278

Caravans

Fifth Wheeler 2010 model, Spree 28’ been towed by Prime Mover 2007 Holden Rodeo, EC, reg to 05/14, 2 slide outs, separate shower and toilet, gas hotplate and oven, large kitchen, plenty of storage, 2 door fridge freezer, grey, fresh and black water, all electric wiring and plumbing done to Australian standards, lots of underneath storage, reluctant sale, T11094 $75,550 Ph 0407434003

2-door fridge, Orfod black commercial, for flowers, wine or drinks, highlights colours, works well $1500 Ph 0417101120 Commercial freezer, Orford, 2 glass doors, EC and working order, shelves and lights $1800ono Ph 0417101120 Drink Fridge, Orford, 2 glass doors, shelves and lights $800 Ph 0417101120

Jayco Pop-top, 90’s series, 15ft 6 Farm Machinery inches, 2 single bunks, double also an option, 3 way refrigerated, oven, 4 200L Mister, 8hp motor $550 Ph burner cooktop D43065 $9000ono Ph 0428911459 53581787 AH 24 row Massey 500 combine $400 Ph Jayco Star Craft 17.6 length pop-top, 0427972106 pull out awning, tandem wheels, electric brakes, rare to find d/bunks 24 row Massey Ferguson, 56 at front, lift up storage, q/bed at combine, small seed box, spring back, table and kitchen centre, lots of release tine float and disc float, extras, ready for travel $16,500ono Ph harrows $2200 inc Ph 0407522264

Caravan pop-top, Golden Egal grand tourer, 19’6” rear O/S, s/beds, front kitchen, club lounge, HWS, A/C, deluxe tebbes annexe, EC $24,000 53812721 Horsham Ph 0402194570 or 0408348566 Ararat Jayco Swan Campervan 1986, 6 berth, new L/T tyres, as new bed flies, awning and annexe, GC, reg to 01/15 C55350 $9500ono Ph 0427861316

240V portable crutching plant, flexible down tube, done approx 3-400 sheep $350 Ph 54662335 28 row Shearer Matic disc and combine floats SSB $2000 Ph 0408334773

Light weight viscount caravan, 860KG, all new inside, heavy duty 2x 2 tow tandem hitches $100 or will annex, EC, reg 01/15 $10,500ono Ph separate Ph 0408334773 0418143402 33’Four Farmers bar, hydraulic fold and pickler tymes $2800 Ph Compass 15’ pop-up Caravan, island 0428508121 d/bed, wardrobes, hot plates, 3 way fridge, sink, plenty cupboard space, 5 in 1 Jetstream grouper, 15’, 13hp, Honda motor hills hoists $3500 inc 2001 Avan Jayde pop-top, awning, EC, light blue interior E27531 $15,000 GST Ph 53582622 s/beds, 14’6” long, 3 way fridge, gas Ph 0402302028 Robyn 60 row shearer wide seeder, 7’’, 2 burner stove, microwave, plenty trash clearance, GC $3000 Ph cupboards, always shedded, EC 0408334773 $14,000 Ph 0427467622 Motorhome, fully equipped, 2002 17’ Roadstar pop-top, tandem, 1978 Domino Coach, complete fit out two singles, battery pack, roll out and overhaul 2003, roof raised, new awning, new tyres, lino floor with front, new external skin diesel motor, new mat, front kitchen, PP, all hoses, 5 spd auto trans both reconditioned, electrical leads, Hayman Reese tow Coromal Seka 535 pop-top 2000 18’, fully equipped solar operation, modern bar assembly, rock tamers, mirrors, 3 6x6 Acco truck with 14’ right way 2 front kitchen, 3 way fridge, d/bed, elecs, full size shower, toilet, Q/bed, way fridge with 4 ring gas cooker, GC, bin grouper with elevator, grouper has recliners, modern kitchen storage ensuite, solar equipped, HWS, dual remote open/close electric actuators as new $17,450 Ph 53502321 bins underneath incl grey, black and axle, new tyres 2 awnings, 3 tanks 2002 Roadstar Vacationer Tango, plus greywater, electric brakes, tows fresh water tanks split system, rev on both bins, 9hp vanguard motor, camera, heaps of extras, incls tandem rear camera and roll tarp, unit has full size 20’, used, roll out awning, beautifully $27,000ono Ph 55857275 box trailer for small 4WD with extra been cleaned up and repainted, wind out TV ariel, hot water over sink, Electric caravan stove, oven and storage, min off road, only 118,500km runs very well, VGC $27,500 inc Ph s/beds $25,000 Ph Des 0428915255 grill, as new $150 Ph 0427840201 since 2003, ready to travel for others 0429670012 Nhill Ever new E-series 2004 pop-top, to enjoy $62,500ono inspect anytime Air seeder, All Farm 550, 38’6’’ 2003 Jayco Heritage, single axel, s/ floating hitch, hydraulic fan, vertical 18’6”, always shedded, EC, 10mths Ph 0408127425 Horsham beds $17,000ono Ph 53911699 Nhill rego $27,000 Ph 0417015147 Ararat Outback camper 2003 4x4 sturdy fold, 5 tonne box, bin sensors, 3 row 2003 Spirit camper trailer, heavy Home made caravan or tradesmen’s construction, with awning, q/bed, rear finger harrows, 7’’ spacing, VGC $20,000 plus GST Ph 53910212 or canvas, 3 way fridge and small box with Rhino rack, suit tray slide out kitchen, electric brakes $5750 0429198599 generator P89984 $7500ono Ph 1210x1810 Ph Bill 0428975203 Ph 0427574264 0447398338 Air seeder, Connorsheo, 20’ scarifier Jayco 6 berth campervan plus Pop-top caravan, Avan Erin 2004 2006 Coronet 17’6” tandem, R/O large annexe, registered $4000 Ph 17’6, annex access, serviced and plus 3RS-T, harrows plus PTO trailer bin, no rust, GC reasonable offers awning, full annexe, new battery pack, 53585526 shedded $20,000 Ph 53822998 considered Ph 53870522 AH or A/C, q/bed, full stove with oven, elec hot water and water filter sink, wind Jayco Penguin 2003, as new, Prestige caravan cover, fit a 20-22’ 0459728544 up antenna, club lounge, side kitchen, innerspring d/bed, annex, slideout caravan, is new $150 Ph 0427840201 Alfarm A550 bin and Urea spreader, one owner, always shedded, reg til BBQ, EHW $16,000 Ph 53525880 Regal Comfort Tourer, 16’, air-con, new spare belt included, VGC 03/15, EC $25,000 Ph 53811992 or Jayco pop-top 1984, 14’, annex, GC full annex, micro inverter, single axle, $15,000ono inc GST Ph 53894258 or $4300 Ph Alex 53523357 reg E23516 $9000ono Ph 0422173617 0428894258 Dimboola 0428811992

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Farm Machinery

Farm Machinery

For Rent

For Sale

Allis Chalmers 7020 Tractor, 30.5 x JD 7720 Header, reverse feed, dual $100 per week, single persons unit for 32 tyres, VGC $5500 Ph 0408334773 speed drum, 230 front, comb trailer, rent in Natimuk Ph 0402766266 Small Flat, partly furnished, own Antique International Harvester, GC $17,500ono Ph 0428821394 early 1900’s $500ono Ph 53596244 John Deere 42’ bar, 1000 series finger entrance, sunny disposition, Jeparit, for rent Ph 0432480918 Auger, Famson 40’x7”, hydraulic harrows $2000 Ph 0408334773 $4000ono, 25’ ford scarfire $2000ono, John Deere 40’ cultivator $4000ono Ph 53832215 leave a message or 0427832215

John Deere 9660 STS, R1675/ E2683 straw chopper, adjustable, For Sale pre-cleaner, small and large concave set, harvest ready, EC $160,000 plus 1x 20L drum of paint stripper $120 Auger, Grainline Grouper, GC $3600 GST Ph 53826437 Ph 0427820638 Ph 0417538886 John Deere comm. style model 400 2 double bonded concrete troughs, front end loader, back hoe shuttle gear Bale grab, hydraulic, heavy duty box, 2 back hoe buckets $8500 Ph ideal for horses or stock $100 or will $10,400neg Ph 53823185 separate Ph 0408384082 after 6 0427340252 Boom spray, Goldacres, 24m trailed 2 Polymaster Tanks, rain water, John Shearer 27 row 4 box TCD ground glider, coupled to 4000L, Rapid spray tank on singles mircotrack combine with transport trailer $27,000 32,000L or 7000G, as new $6000 or will separate Ph 0429909290 MT900 rate controller $10,000 Ph inc Ph 0458778368 0427090723

Heaslip seed super grouper, 16’, cup elevator, roll tarp, 5hp briggs straton, stands included $6600 inc Ph 0407522264 Howard 5’ Rotary Hoe, Selecta Tilth $2795 Ph 53891499 Hydraulic Power Pack, Honda motor large oil tank $1650 Ph 0408588652 IH 511 Combine with platform and hydraulic harrows $3000 Ph 0428508121 Inter 710, 16’ PDO header $600 Ph 0427972106 International 434 tractor, diesel, 3PL, PTO, ROPS, very tidy $4000 Ph 0419122333 Jackman powder pickler, price neg Ph 0428911459

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Dimplex Refrigerated Air Cooler, reverse cycle, portable, as new $550 Ph 53596260 or 0439855993

Electrolux 2way caravan fridge $300 Ph 53972172 Enclosed race trailer, cool room panel construction, elec brakes, tandem axels, checker plate flooring, 240V lights and outlets T23456 $15,000 Ph 0408037610

Household Items

Ride on mower, Husqvarna LTH1536, fully automatic, 36’’ deck $1800 Ph Tim 0422605751 Ararat

Ride-on Mower, cox 12hp, new Giant TCR advanced road bike, blades, belts, pulleys, clutch and medium, low kms, Ultegra, white/black chain, A1 mechanical condition $2250neg Ph 0417511833 $1250ono Ph 0409851412 Gold detector, Minelab GP extreme Ride-on Mower, Kioti (MTD) 42”, plus accessories $3250ono Ph 20hp $2950 Ph 53891499 0408127425 Roll top tarp, suitable for bulk top, 24 Golf buggy, 3 wheel, hardly used, x 8, VGC $100 Ph 53981825 with trailer and ramps $3100 Ph S/bed, dark stain pine, VGC $75 Ph 53911699 Nhill 0400107718 Hay, Lucerne/clover mix, small squares $7 per bale, $5 for 20 or more Saw Mill blade 42”, Jonathan tipped, Ph 0428852338 Horsham EC, been sharpened $475ono Ph Hay, small bales of Lucerne/pasture 0411419516 Ararat $8, 5x4 rolls of wheat/pasture, delivery available Horsham area Ph 0418584308

Sets of industrial louvers, x4, 1x shorter one $4400 or will separate Ph 0409503355 Siga ride on mower, 65 stroke 63, 207 model, EL63, GC $1000 Ph 53982486

Household Items Entertainment unit, lead light solid pine, Puddle Lane, 1900cm L x 1320cm H x 60cm D, full height leadlight doors either side $600 or best offer Ph 0407649916 Horsham

Ride-on Mower Greenfield, evolution 3 deluxe, 13HP, bos 32” cut $1800 Ph 0427529818

Kioti DS3510, 4WD 4 in 1 FEL Case 2470B Scania mtr, PTO 3 $25,391 Ph 53891499 point linkage duals, runs very well Kubota B1750 Tractor, $5495, 1m $10,000ono inc Ph 0407340301 slasher $1395 Ph 53891499 Chamberlain 4080 Tractor, 9000hrs, Leith 25’ pea plucker on trailer $2500 tyres 80%, new battery, GO $7000 Ph Ph 0428508121 53821448 or 0427538612 Lincwelder 225 DC Arc with A/C Hitachi compound mitre saw, Claas 180 RC Baler, wrecking been auxiliary power, Onan Kohler, 2 approx 10yo $340 Ph 53881238 burnt near new knives $1000 Ph cylinder engine, electric start, GC Toolondo area 0408588652 $1250ono Ph 53596284 Stawell 2 shed heaters, homemade $800 or Honda G400 engine and pump, petrol Class 96 Header, 5000hrs, 25’ finger MacDon FD70, flex draper, 35’, Leith will separate Ph 0409503355 10 horsepower $250 Ph 0409440417 reel, trailer $10,000 inc GST Ph trailer, only 50hrs, as new $110,000 Horse break cart, steel construction, 0427861052 Kaniva plus GST Ph 53826437 upholstered, spare brake parts $850 Corner Shea Scarifier, 57 tines Massey 35 Petrol Tractor, good Ph 0488020400 Ararat 33’ cut, EO $27,500 + $2750 GST tyres, ROPS $3000 Ph 0408588652 House bricks, 1200, s/h clean $300 $30,250 Ph 53832227 after 7pm Massey White 9720 Rotary Combine, Ph Bill 0428975203 Daihatsu Tipper, 1982 4-cyl diesel, 3000hrs, 24’ finger reel front, GC House bricks, 2500, s/hand, clean, 3 tonne tray, drop sides, t/gate, GC, $20,000ono Ph 0408334773 ready to lay $2000ono Ph 0418535801 good tyres make ideal farm truck, vin # V1074389 $3000 Ph 0409023487 Mister 400L Poly Tank, engine driven Howard Rotavator Gem, G20 model fan, electronic controls $500 Ph Ararat fully restored, needs Kohler motor 0408588652 $475 Ph 0411419516 Ararat Disc Harrows $300 Ph 0408334773 2007 Sym HD200, 21,000kms, new Mulcher, 4m wide, height wheels Inogen One G3 portable oxygen Dunstan 24’ Cultivator $500 Ph belts and rollers, new battery, Oct rego $13,200 Ph 0408588652 0408334773 concentrator, brought 08/13, very little GC895 $2350 Ph 0417580747 N/Holland large square baler, model use $3000 Ph 0400900323 Fergie TEA20, rebuilt from top to 2000 $6000ono inc Ph 0407340301 bottom, new paint, ready for Fergie Iveco 1998 cabover, 14L deroit, club $2800ono inc GST Ph 53812721 Pea Plucker, Smale, 30’ on trailer, GC 18spd and hydraulics WVN739 $8500inc GST Ph 0427781265 $33,000ono Ph 0408152916 Field bins, 2 Sherwell, 1 Jaeschke $12,000 the lot or will separate Ph Petrol/Kero Fordson major tractor Jarrah Timber, skip dressed, 1956, a goer but needs some work 53931451 180x35x1.8 $30, 90x35x1.8 $20 Ph $1000ono Ph 0400356147 0417507882 Stawell Flexi coil, 550 pound tynes, price neg Ph 0428911459 Lawn mower, Pro-Scape walk behind, 6HP Kawasaki motor, new Fuel tanks, 800L and 100L $500neg 30 tonne log splitters, split $800ono Ph 0428504725 for the lot Ph 0428911459 horizontally and vertically, 6.5hp Furphy water tank $1800ono Ph engine, assembled and test run $1370 0437679077 inc GST Ph 53891541 Gason Hiniker Air Seeder, 3 tow box 44 gallon drum of mix telephone plus 45’ hinker bar, hyd smallair fan, insulators and box of old bottles $100 VGC $6000 Ph 0408334773 Semi Tipper Bogie, 25ft x 6ft, TOA, Ph 53923233 Gear Pump, 2” with 13hp Honda QR, grain chute $15,000ono inc Ph Airbeds, singles, double, queen reduction drive, EC $2750 Ph 0428540644 and a pump $60 or will separate Ph 0408588652 Shearer Matic 28 row combine floats 0431215956 Lincoln AS400/50 welder, EC $4500 Goldacres 5000L sprayer, 28m $1500 Ph 0408334773 Airless spray unit pump, Greco Ph 53582131 boom, hydraulic drive, transcal, chem Silos, 7x60t, Jaeschke, Tarranyurk Construction King $6000 Ph 53582131 Magnetic underlay d/bed, clean, top hopper, foam marker, 440DB controller, district $5200 each plus GST Ph Archive boxes, Marbig Enviro, used, quality $50 Ph 54662335 VGC $40,000 Ph 0408588652 0428975294 GC, pack of 10 $15 Ph 53823001 Meat band saw $350ono Ph Silvan 300L Linkage sprayer, $880 Axe, 3pt linkage, hyd wood super 0448746578 Ph 0408588652 $1600 Ph 0428504725 Noritake (Evansdale) dinner set, Silvan Slasher, PTO 3pt linkage, 4’ Bed, futon, q/size innerspring mattress EC, 8 settings, 56 pieces $400 Ph wide $1000ono Ph 0427322006 or $400 Ph 53822911 53825283 53541270 Willaura Buggy Pole $200ono Ph 53596244 Oak writing desk $80 Ph 53566369 Solar pump, bore or dam, mono model 2 MO222 MK 300 watt, includes Car fridge freezer, Evakool, 50L, Oaten Hay, large heavy small bales floats, filter, cable, safety wire, auto as new insulating cover $750 Ph at Kalkee $7 Ph 53832215 leave 0429400626 a message or 53821192 AH or cut off, panel stand, no solar panel, no control box, EC $1500 Ph 53564463 Chainsaw Stihl 028, super 51cc, 16 0427832215 Grey Ferguson Tractor, TO20, 12V, or 0427670612 inch bar, one owner, mint condition, Old wooden wagon, needs some runs well, reduced to $3000ono Ph workshop and field tested, 3mths work Ph 0427972106 Stainless Steel Tanks, insulated, Ron 53584799 Stawell warranty $550 Ph 0439723289 Orders Taken, for small square bales various sizes $0.50 per litre Ph Chipper shredder 4 stroke, 13hp, 2’’ of oaten hay, at Kalkee $5 a bale 0408588652 capacity, EC $450 Ph 55701161 in paddock Ph 53832215 leave a Stihl chainsaw 044, brand new, never Cigweld Weldskill 250 mig welder message or 0427832215 used $1300 Ph 53583009 $750 Ph 0427340252 Palm tree, small, well established $50 Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 3 spare Concrete cutter, Husqvarna, 371k, Ph 0410438550 bars $600 Ph 53583326 14” $1000 Ph 0428504725 Pavers and edging, 300x300x40, Tractor, McCormick Deering International 1935 W30, red, 4spd D/bunk bed, silver with top mattress, beige, approx 110m² $1500ono Ph 0427340076 VGC $280 Ph 0408222466 gear box $3500ono Ph 53919261 Hannaford Seed Grader on dual Trailing boom, 80’, Andy line, not cab Bedford truck $4400 Ph Barry plumbed $800 Ph 0428837235 0419840252 Truck 1952 International, AL162 Hardie Boomspray, TPL, 600L, 10m $1500 Ph 0488733906 FM $2800 Ph 0417538886 Tyres x5, second hand, 380/90R46, Hay Rake, New Holland NH56, EC self propelled sprayer, good for spares $2450 plus GST Ph 0487308718 $2000 or will separate Ph 0428837235 Header JD8820 X2, both goers 3500hrs, 2 30’ open front on trailers and one pick up front, always shedded, immaculate $35,000 the lot inc GST Ph 0428334323

For Sale

Bar, with built in downlights, mahogany colour, VGC $1599 Ph 53584868 Bosch coffee machine, $1000neg Ph 53827439

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Brumby electric with recliner, as new, dual roll, back rest, dual action, 130kg lift, castor wheels, steel blue, soft waterproof covering $1950 Ph Peter 0429902346

Entertainment Unit, solid pine, 1.8 L x 1.3 H, lots of storage, leadlight glass, large CD/DVD drawer, detailed timber finish $250ono Ph 0417811661 Freezer 150L, chest, Heller $210 Ph 0408640270

Buffet 1940’s Tudor style with pie Fridge freezer, Fisher Paykel, under crust edging $145 Ph 0408640270 over, 440L $500 Ph 0428824988 Stawell Fridge freezer, large Westinghouse 2 Bunk bed, pine and metal, GC $160 door fridge, freezer at bottom $300 Ph 53826051 or 0429144770 Ph 0408640270 Bunk d/bed, ideal teenager facility for Futon Sofa bed with mattress, GC desk or lounges, metal frame $250 Ph $200 Ph 0421237043 53525760 Glass office desk, GC, no damage Canon photocopier iR1610, good $150 Ph 0428597150 tidy unit $375ono Ph 0427853494 Heart double bed, GC, no mattress Chef electric stove/oven, side by $150ono Ph 0428582315 side, to suit cupboard top installation Household items, black extendable $150 Ph 0408824739 dining table, 8 chairs black and burgundy, coffee table, golf bag with clubs, golf balls $350 or will separate Ph 53502280 or 0447660707

Swimming pool, 50,000L, above ground, includes filter, fittings, accessories, solar blanket and roller, solar heating, gate, fencing, fully operational, GC, purchaser to dismantle and remove $4900 Ph 53820857 Tattoo kit, 3 separate needle heads Childs matching desk, chair and $350 Ph 0432480918 bookcase in peach and cream $200 Tent, large family, 16’ x 12’, GC $250 Ph 0418175930 Ph 53582749 or 0490181958 Clothes dryer, Simpson 5kg, model Tent, Macpac Minaret, 2 person, 4 39S500 $250 Ph 0409957620 seasons, tunnel tent, fly and inner, VGC $350 Ph 0487227965

Timber flooring, Cowley pine, 6”x 1” boards $800ono Ph 0429981984 Tool Boxes, assorted, ex Powercore, lockable Ph 0428837235

Household Package, TV unit, dining table, pinto chairs, 3 drawers lowboy Ph 53822256 or 0429822256 Juice Extractor, Breville BJE200, new, still in box $80 Ph 53825125 or 0417765017 King size ensemble, Sleep To Live, 1000 series, top of range, as new $1000 Ph 53522057 Kitchen chairs, Spindle back, total 8, as new $400 or will separate Ph 53881314 Kitchen dresser, full size, 3 door, EC $300 Ph 0437718077 Kitchen table, circular 1m, four metal and cane chairs $300 Ph 53822911 Large Computer Desk, with many compartments, GC $50 Ph 0437760291 Lounge suite, 2 sofas, 2 singles, 2 ottomans, cream and timber, EC $395 Ph 53981376

Complete laminex kitchen including Lounge suite, 3 piece fabric, 2 benches, sinks, rangehood and chairs and 3 seat couch $170 Ph cooktop, EC $500 Ph 0400668679 0408824739 Computer desk, EC $30ono Ph Trailer dual axle car transporter, elec Lounge suite, 3 seater reclining 53583128 brakes, reg til 01/15 V82154 $9000ono couch and 2 reclining chairs, chocolate Couch, leather, beige, very Ph 0417092097 or 53569319 suede $700ono Ph 0407098010 comfortable recliner $350ono Ph Trailer, foster dog plant, 8m deck, 0432480918 spring suspension and ramps, 8.25/15’’ tyres, brakes and tyres 90%, Curtains x9, size range 1500mm x 2100mm, 2400mm x 2100mm $300 GC $22,000 inc Ph 0429861389 Ph 0427340076 Trailer, new galvanised, 8x5 tandem, D/bed mattress, VGC $100 Ph ch/plate floor, new wheels/spare, L/ 53891926 truck tyres, jockey/w, 900mm galv Lounge suite, 6 piece Tessa T4 Diamond Creek timber coffee table, cage $2780 Ph 0437808140 premium, leather, EC, 2x 2.5 couches, GC $250ono Ph 0447010173 3 lounge chairs, foot stool and glass Tri-axle grain trailer, Rhino TOA, suit Dining Chairs, 2 x Straight Backed top coffee/lamp table, no sun or animal new buyer 79077S $66,000 inc GST Edwardian $200 Ph 53562301 damage $3000 Ph Helen 53911111 or Ph 0408152916 0427042750 Nhill TV/GPS tower, 50’, pivoting, Lounge suite, EC, 2x 3 seater sofas galvanised, $500 with UHF Phased with 2 matching Ottomans, autumn Array antenna with booster Ph tonings $400ono Ph 0429989120 0417025244

Vacuum blower, ROK electric, never used, still in box $100ono Ph Dining Setting, 6 piece teak dining 0447539415 setting, 2 extension leaves, seating to Wood heater fabricated, suit shed 10 $300 Ph 53981429 or 0427991204 Pea Straw/Garden mulch, weed or outdoor entertaining area $400 Ph Dining suite, round table with 6 free, $5 delivered Horsham area Ph 0400606378 Thonet Bentwood chairs, VGC $500 0407011084 Yanmar diesel engine, 37, 8hp, Ph 53911471 suits parts or rebuild $500ono Ph Dining table teak extendable (6-8), 0400236535 8 fabric chairs, VGC $500neg Ph 53524062 Ararat

Metal frame q/bed, hardly used, 2yo $200 Ph 0428597150 Natuzzi Lounge suite, VGC, 2 seater and 3 seater, chocolate brown Dream fibre $500ono Ph 0429989120

Nobo reverse cycle, refrigerator cooler and heater, EC $300 Ph 0429897789 Office desk with keyboard return and filing cabinet, near new, ideal student $100 Ph 0408313004

Dining Table, walnut with metal legs, Overlocker, Janome ezy lock, 604d, six fabric chairs $650 Ph 53822911 differential feed, includes 8 large rolls Doors, 5 assorted, GC to EC $250 the of cotton, 2 books, all accessories, 2 s/beds, wooden frame, VGC $500 lot Ph 0419505737 brand new $150ono Ph 0425739818 Ph 0429909290 Drapes, full block-out, include all Porcelain floor tiles, off white, 40 tracks and fixtures, 2x pale pink units tiles, 400x400, still in boxes, suit small to fit window approx 1902mm W x bathroom $80 Ph 0418851112 1906mm drop, 1x dusky pink unit fit window 1906mm x 1906mm drop, Porta Potti qube-165, never used, 2x dusky pink units to fit windows cost $195 sell for $100 Ph 53922535 1001mm x 1906mm drop, all with Kaniva festoon-style pelmets and brackets, 2.5 seater flip-out sofa bed, VGC, 1x festoon-style dusky pink drape to approx 650H x 850D x 2000L $230 fit window 1604mm x 1208mm drop, would suit rental property $250ono the Ph 53581173 lot Ph 0407357985 3.5 seater red couch, GC $200 Ph Dryer Electrolux 5kg automatic 0428597150 sensor dry, less than a year old, VGC Air Conditioner, Homewell portable $400neg Ph 0488644551 Nhill air con $300 Ph 0409563361 Electric single bed $500 Ph Recliner electric lounge with 2 Akai big sound stereo system, 0407340301 chairs, royal blue suede, 10mths 1980’s, EC $200ono Ph 0437718077 Entertainment Unit, 1.45 x 0.50 x $1850 Ph 0427527726 Warracknabeal

Household Items

Fire wood $50 per cubic meter, Pool Fence, 15m glass and 10m olive wood, pick-up only Laharum Ph powder coated iron, includes 3 compliant gates $500 Ph 0400668679 0418371448 Firescreen, sturdy steel $80 Ph Pressure washer, hot water, industrial, reconditioned pump, 53823833 240V, single phase, in A1 condition, Firewood Redgum, split, delivered, inspection welcome $1990ono Ph Vintage tractor 1927, case 12-20, 1.5m loads $150 Ph 0429233729 0409851412 cross engine restored going, always Floor boards, Baltic Pine, 145mm x Rear diff for HZ75 land cruiser with a shedded $15,000ono Ph 0427861844 23mm, various lengths, approx 400m lokka kit fitted to it, 10,000kms $500 White 2-180 Tractor, 3208 U8 $2000 Ph 0408912292 Ph 0448891486 cat, very rare machine $20,000 Ph Freezer, chest 700L, EC $800 Ph 0408334773 0419595132 White 8900 Header, 24’ front, Gas heater LPG, portable Rinnai 3500hrs, reconditioned comb trailer convector, flexible bayonet connector, $7700ono Ph 0408334773 VG unit $300 Ph 53811093 Relocatable Unit. 5 x 10m at White 8920, 1200hrs, 22’ front comb Gas hot water unit, Rheem, internal, Pomonal, Metal clad - insulated roof trailer, EC $7700ono Ph 0408334773 90L, town gas $130 Ph 0408640270 and walls, new floor coverings and White 9720 Rotary Combine, 30’ Generator 3KA petrol, stored in shed, blinds, EC open to offers located front comb trailer, 3800hrs, GC never used $500 Ph Amphitheatre at Pomonal Ph 0419565953 for Bar Fridge, 3 ways power $90 Ph 0.55m, includes CD storage shelves Recliner electric St James concept 54662335 velvet steel, EC $500ono 0467629412 0432480918 information and inspection and drawer $550 Ph 53822911 $20,000ono Ph 0408334773 www.theweeklyadvertiser.com.au

Wednesday, June 25, 2014


Household Items

Household Items

Marine

Motorcycles

Motorcycles

Washing machine, ASKO 10505, front loader, recently serviced $300 Ph 0409563361 Washing machine, Bosch 5.5kg Classixx, less than a year old, VGC $400neg Ph 0488644551 Nhill Wooden writing table large and a large book shelf, VGC as new $250 REDUCED Executive 3 drawer desk, Ph 0488644551 Nhill teak laminate desk, EC $90ono Ph 0428564422

Marine

Stacer 3.1m punt, FR762, 2 swivel seats, tilt trailer with LED lights, U64262, no motor $980 Ph 2007 Honda Sportrax 400EX, few 0419600320 modifications, EC $4999neg Ph Streaker Savage 4.58 Fibreglass, 75 0428539490 Suzuki, fish finder, 12mths rego boat 2009 Honda CRF 100F, EC $2300neg and trailer, 13” tyres UO293 $6800 Ph Ph 0427894207 0439739957

AC, with 205.165R15 Maxxis, 5mm Subaru wagon, manual, model 1994, tread $200 Ph 53583692 tow bar, cargo bar, roof rack, AC, Complete VE SS new exhaust system engine number # 143110 $2500ono Ph 0428504558 $850 Ph 0408518456 Electric brake controller $50 Ph 0408313004 Honda CR85 big wheel, VGC $2000 F/glass tub lid to suit 07 BF ford Ph 0427913307 Ute, lightning strike silver $800 Ph Honda CRF 70F 2005 $1400ono Ph 0427128095 0428503733 Ford Cleveland 393 cubic inch Honda CRF450R 2010, suit new stroker kit, brand new, never used buyer $5000 Ph 0408250032 $1800ono Ph 0419441227 Ford XLT 2013 hard tonneau cover, ‘Aurora Blue’, also sports bar with stop light, all as new $2700 or will separate Ph 0424652662

Rocking chair $85 Ph 0427360051 Rosewood dining table, 4 seater $180ono Ph 0432219742 S/bed mattress and base, Sleepmaker Captn’s Choice, as new $190 Ph 53820290 Horsham S/bed, solid timber, EC $200ono Ph 0417162420

Sanderson linen lounge suite, 2x2 seater and 2 chairs, pristine condition $600ono Ph 53581825 Solid timber book case/storage box at base, GC, no damage $250 Ph 0428597150

2011 RMZ 250, EC, rarely ridden, 2 Plega s/beds, 3’x 6.8’, touch button mechanically sound, always well controls, back and leg lift with inner maintained $5500 Ph Tim 0429351474 spring mattress, EC, cost $4500 each Hard lid cover, to suit 2008 dual cab sell $3000ono each Ph 0447539415 Honda CRF450X 06, regularly Hilux $200 Ph 0418553990 Kaniva 1992 Hallett speed boat, CS635, reg serviced, reg DH616 $3300 Ph til 14/10/14, 5.1m Revolution, 350hp Bed Plega electric, adjustable Kaymar rear wheel carrier, off 80 0427913307 Chervrolet inboard motor with 268hrs, complete, VGC $950 Ph 53581982 series Land Cruiser $1000ono Ph Honda CRF70, 2009, EC, VIN 0427840201 modified for ski racing, fully marinised, Disability battery electric chair JH2GE02U59101014 $1800 Ph Bilge blower system, spare prop and $1800ono Ph 0432480918 Mitsubishi Triton hard lid and roll 54981332 shaft, all safety equipment, canopy, bars, suits GLX-R model, blue, EC cover, radio/CD player, 1992 easy tow Honda VT 750 Shadow, 8000kms, $1000 Ph 0434557919 tandem trailer, reg til 17/11/14 Q15372 4 wheel motorbike, 200cc, little black, as new, many extras, 2007/8 New 16” Cooper Discover S/T $19,750ono Ph 0408519956 use, kids outgrown $700ono Ph model, reg til 9/14, HE003 price neg 26575R16 tyre on new s-stud Ph 0409582498 0428827786 2012 Stacer 249 Proline Angler, reg Sunraysia wheel, never been on PG725, 30hp, mercury, stacer trailer, Honda VTR 1000, Firestorm, road, suitable for landcruiser $300 36,000kms, black, Remus exhaust, Ph 53522849 reg U63985, Garmin fish finder, Bimini polished rims, in EC, Oct reg YQ444 Nudge bar, Nissan DX 22 $250 Ph cover, EC $12,500ono Ph 0408596149 $5250 Ph 0428837235 0408313004 3.4 Savage Boat and trailer, 15hp, Honda VTR1000 Fire Storm 2003, Pair of Rhino roof racks with roller Yamaha, F/F, Bimini $3000ono Ph 7,600kms, BR594, new tyres, RWC suit troop carrier $250 Ph 0437568709 0414840645 $7000 Ph 0428941264 3m Fibreglass fishing boat, 7/5 Electric wheel chair, Vogue, new, Roof Racks to fit Pajero Wagon and Honda XL70 $300 Ph 0409440417 Mercury, fishing gear, canopy, cost $8000 sell $5,500ono Ph Land Rover Defender Wagon $600 or 53821543 Wimmera Legacy Wed-Fri Honda XR 400 2005, EC $4500ono will separate Ph 53882274 reconditioned trailer T59336, HN320 98’ BMW R850R, Pannier boxes, Ph 0417400878 $2100ono Ph 0488660494 Sports bar, 75mm Alloy tradesman 68,500kms, RWC, reg til 08/14 HN143 Hyosung GV250 cruiser, 2013 suitable for VU Commodore Ute 4.29 Sea-way 15’ boat, 40hp merc $4950 Ph 0419913065 model, 2500kms, 6mths reg, red/ $250ono Ph 0439610481 motor EFI, low hours, all safety gear, CC Honda scooter, 2010, as black, as new IH6EG $4000ono Ph 6 life jackets, as new condition, Tow bar for BA-BF Sedan, rated new, always garaged, 3500kms, 0458999019 PG727, trailer 063987 2012 model, 1600kg auto, 1200kg manual $100 Ph RWC, GX301 $1500ono Ph Kevin Bimini cover and cover for motor, 2 rod Kawasaki KLX250H 2007, 2400kms, 0400917978 0408825551 holders $17,000 Ph 53810806 unreg, VIN# JKALXMH177DA19917 Toyota steel rims x4 with 225/70R17 CRF 450 X 2008, EC, 2768A $5500 $4400 Ph 0428502381 Lake Bolac Dunlop Grandtreks, GC $160 changed 4hp twin cylinder Johnson outboard, Ph 0418553990 Kawasaki KX450F, GC $3000 Ph number Ph 0429165502 weedless propeller, fuel tank $400 Ph Gas Gas Pampera 400 2006, both 0428913235 53524062 Ararat Ute canopy, silver Flexiglass to suit tyres near new, EC, comes with extras Motorbike KTM 350 SX, Dec reg, Mazda Xtra cab, ladder rack, hood Gopher Celebrity X 2013 model, $3600ono Ph 0437726831 lining, VGC $1750 Ph 0487227965 VGC, 8259D $8000 Ph 0427340076 immaculate condition, used only 4 VE wagon tow bar, incl wiring and times, cost $3500 sell $2000ono Ph new tongue and ball $250 Ph Nathan Tony 0409549712 0418657247 Horsham Gopher, 2012 Celebrity Deluxe, EC White BF Ford Ute tub, GC $400 Ph Hunter Punt 3.7m, Evinrude 25 $1200ono Ph 53823369 0429909290 outboard, reg SNSP252DO11, Dunbier tipper trailer, reg til 04/15 Motor Vehicles SN2961222BO4979 $3800ono Ph 0429820657 Under $3,000

Kayak, Zambesi 2.6m, inflatable with paddle, seat and pump $195 Ph Table with 6 chairs, as new $360 0487227965 Ph 53941212 or 0427527726 Quintrex Fishing boat, 3.9m, 20hp, Warracknabeal/Horsham Mercury swivel seats, fully carpeted, TV 22” flat screen remote control TV fish finder, Dunbier trailer, both EC, MC899 $6000ono Ph 0428599281 $120 Ph 0427630051 Gopher, Invacare-Comet Alpine, top of the range, immaculate TV cabinet, 1.1m x 0.8m, doors open condition, used for only 3mths, still in to side, EC $175 Ph 0437718077 warranty, cost $5000 sale $3800 Ph TV cabinet, black glass, as new, 0417101840 Kate 1200w x 550h $250 Ph 53811949

Savage Avenger 14’’ fibreglass, 90hp Johnson, Bimini, new windscreen, carpet, sport hydrofoil, 12 mth reg, NB968, trailer, LED’s, new tyres, rollers, bearing bud, 12 mth reg, P14435 $4800 Ph 0407979866

TV Cabinet, Jackaroo, EC, 161cm w x 50h x 63d $250 Ph 0407564307 Seabird FG sailing dinghy, 3.2m LOA on Gal trailer, 2 main sails, Dec Gopher, Pride Deluxe XL $2000ono Horsham rego C25821, trailer 13267 $750 Ph Ph 0407340301 53542787 Gopher, Pride Ultamate 4 wheel $1200 Ph 0422718989 Ararat TV cabinet, large lowline TV unit, Rosewood veneer $300 Ph 53981429 or 0427991204

TV unit, medium TV unit, 2 doors, 2 shelves, dark veneer $200 Ph 53981429 or 0427991204 TV unit, pine corner, 152cm high $80 Ph 53523172 Ararat Two wooden and metal q/beds with mattresses, a tallboy and two bed sides, VGC $400 or will separate Ph 0488644551 Nhill Wall unit, 2 glass doors and shelves $95 Ph 53525853 or 53523172 Warming draw, in box, brand new, worth $1500 sell for $500 Ph 0419505737

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

White Daihatsu Toyota Sirion 5 door hatch, long registration, just had full service, new tyres, 1.3GTVI, zippy but uses 6L/100km, under 150k kms, cold air, power everything, exceptionally clean inside ZZG051 $2600 Ph 53825323 or 0429133411

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000 1976 ZH Ford Fairlane, maroon, 351 motor, many extras, VGC, club registered 11762H $4500 Ph 53585526 1997 Mercedes C180, GC, runs well TRN973 $5500 Ph 0458155002 Ararat

1998 Mitsubishi Sedan, Verada, 210,000kms, white, GSH with Wilson Bolton MM099 $3500 RWC $3000ono no RWC Ph 53822613 or 0427828420 2000 Holden Vectra hatch, manual 5spd, maroon, 113,200kms, VGC, RWC, AC, alloys SEF973 $4500neg Ph 0417807037 2000 Holden VT Sedan, white, auto, V6, dual fuel, always serviced, VGC, UHJ200 $2450ono Ph 53825569 or 0435087251

2000 VT Wagon V6, auto, power steer, cruise, SS body kit, tow bar, Goldwing 1500cc, 6cyl, CR711, 1989 Pit Bike, DHZ 150, extra heavy duty 1985 XF Falcon Ute, runs well, good roof rack, reg til 09/14, 195,000kms, great tradies car TTF446 $3900ono model, includes trailer, 6mths reg frame, fully worked motor, not suitable tires, no reg, serial# 34241C $1000 or Ph 0407922294 for small children $900ono Ph Liz best offer Ph 0422173617 $8000 Ph 0422898036 0419664345 1990 SAAB 900i, no RWC, short rego, Harley Davidson “Fat Bob” 2009, FXOF custom seat, quick release sissy Scooter, 2008 Baroni scooter, 125cc solid, reliable transport TQV922 $400 bar, shot gun exhaust, 14,000kms, petrol, 1100km, VGC, reg til 07/14, Ph 0408504613 EC, HO730 $21,500 Ph 0418419169 IS576 REDUCED to $1600 Ph 1995 Jeep Cherokee limited, full 0408222466 Ararat leather, electrics, 4x4, HD towing, elec brakes on gas, 260,000kms RLB267 2001 Ford Falcon Ute, bench $2900neg Ph 0408531621 1995 SAAB 9000CD, 157,000km, Abs seat, auto, Collim shift, 152,000kms brakes, 2 airbags, RWC, good order, QYE584 $5000ono RWC Ph no further use PLW450 $2900ono Ph 0407045717 0408504613 or 53825508

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

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

Toyota Hilux Ute with trade rack, Genuine aluminium roo bar, roof vin # JT731RN8509000595 $2800 Ph rack, 1355L x 1265W, canopy, 16780L 53823185 x 1780W, suit 2005 VZ Holden 1 tonne Ute $650 or will separate Ph 53852638 Murtoa

Mobility Aids

Retro brown/cream lounge suite, x2 arm chairs and small 2 seater couch, GC $250 Ph 0437760291

Motor Vehicles Under $3,000

Cargo Barrier Suit 90’s camry, SW, Peugeot 1975, SO4, auto, A/C, GC, all fittings $50 Ph 53581840 unmarked interior, club rego, vin no # Commodore mags x4, ROH 15x7J, 2103927 $1950 Ph 0428210131

12’ Dehavilland boat, with 4HP Yamaha outboard, OZ012, home Yamaha Jet Ski, 800R, full Reco made trailer Z11912, reg 05/14 $1800 engine, zero HR, premix, GC, FN413, Mackay gal trailer NI9871 $4600ono Ph Nev 53911373 Ph 53891541

Refrigerator, Mitsubishi 385L, 10 months old $580 Ph 0427527726 Warracknabeal

Motor Vehicle Accessories

Harley Davidson 2007 Ultra Classic, Suzuki 2008 GSX650F, LAMS white, 28,000kms, EC, lots of extras approved, 10,135kms, VIN# IE4TD $23,000ono Ph 0419389076 JSICJ225300100072 $6500ono Ph 0438318619

Miller electric lift chair, brown leather, EC $950 Ph 53823369 Harley Davidson Custom, complete work over, wheels, frame, etc. Mtr 96 S&S, certificates, classic motor bike, genuine reason for selling FT177 $32,000 Ph Rob 0419707176

VMX Scramble Bike, CZ Jawa 1972 ‘980’, EC, very reliable and powerful, ready to race $3500 Ph 0434672909 Rhymney

2002 WH Statesman Caprice, 5.7 V8, Chev, auto, sun roof, DVD player’s in seats ZZG903 $7800ono Ph 0419323118 2003 Ford BA Futura, factory gas, 52 Humber Super Snipe Sedan, as auto, cruise, tinted windows, rear is eng no # A8005223 $1000 Ph Barry spoiler TAA530 $6250 Ph 0407861190 0419840252 or 0414843011 Daewoo NUBRIA wagon, 98, green, 2004 S2 VY Calais, lowered, exhaust, cheap to run, goes well, manual, eng# 19’s, sat nav, stereo, olive green, 7851965 $1400ono Ph 0417578896 5-7 V8 auto JAZSIC $9500neg Ph Daihatsu, 4 door, looks good, 0427315122 roadworthy, part rego XRH429 2004 SV6 VZ Holden Ute, 6 speed $800ono Ph 53823909 sports exhaust, mags, UHF radio, Ford Falcon wagon, 1995, great lamb wool seat covers, sports bar paddock basher, no rego NRM927 YQS258 $9800ono Ph 0419323118 $500 Ph 0403733617 Moyston 2005 Hyundai Getz, 2 door, manual, Ford Sedan Aull Forte 2001, auto, red, 30,000kms, immaculate, one dual fuel, no rust, VGC, QQQ752 owner, RWC, UGK606 $8500 Ph 0447398338 $2500 Ph 0488185211

Yamaha RAPTOR 90 4-wheeler, 2009, EC $2300ono Ph 0428503733 Harley Super-Glide 2009, 1584 cc, 6spd, black and chrome, many extras, Yamaha T-TR 110 2009, little wheels, heated grips, hard bags, EC, HY066 EC $2500ono Ph 0428503733 $16,990neg Ph 0428584822 Holden Apollo SLE’92, auto, A/C, p/ Motor Vehicle steer and windows, towbar, 219kms, Honda 1997 XR600R Trail bike, road GC, no reg or RWC, XIY411 $750 Ph registered 1H1SV $2500 Ph 53826051 Accessories 53820446 AH Pride Jazzy Select 14XL electric or 0429144770 1991 EA Falcon parts, front end and wheelchair $2000ono Ph 0407340301 Holden VN V/6, completely repainted, wheels, diff wheels, 4 doors, bits and as new, mags, no reg, side skirts, rear Wheelchair, folding, carer type, cost pieces $150 the lot Ph 53545554 spoiler, vin# 6H8VNH19HNL527251 $295 sell for $100 Ph 53922535 2005 onwards Toyota Hilux roll $999 Ph 0428210131 Kaniva bar alloy sports bar $200ono Ph HQ Belmont Ute, GC though currently 0400356147 not running, restoration project, eng no

Motorcycles

2001 VX Commodore Equipe wagon, 4 speed, auto, reg til 08/14, 374,137kms RCX255 $3790 Ph 0428894234

2006 Hyundai Getz, 5 door, manual, black, 92,000kms, one lady owner, reg due 01/11/14 UKE458 $6000 Ph 0437356357 2008 Hyundai Getz, 4dr, manual, 49,000kms, black, 1 owner, 8mths reg, recently serviced WFO229 $7500ono Ph 0417594943 97’ XH Falcon Ute, dual fuel, canopy, 225,000kms, RWC, auto, GC, reg til 01/15 OFZ826 $4000 Ph 0419033289

Aluminium sports bar, suit AU Ford 161H25964 $2500 Ph 0447535276 Ute $350 Ph 53522691 HZ Holden Utility 1979, 202 motor, AU Ford XLS Ute, 5L V8, auto, VGC, 2006 Honda VTR250, VGC, HN130 Honda ATV 420, EC $3000ono Ph Canopy Ute back to suit std tray, near good restorer, reg til 20/06/14, no 1 owner, dark blue, super cab, RWC, RWC, FWN214 $750 Ph 54672235 QID050 $8000ono Ph 0487700251 new cond $1800 Ph 0418535801 $3200 Ph 0418911543 0417092097 or 53569319 www.theweeklyadvertiser.com.au

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Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

BMW 1997, manual, black, 2 door, Mitsubishi Pajero 1999, dual fuel, 2008 Ford Focus gear Sedan, 2L, sunroof, leather, no kms, 7mths reg, auto, 227,000kms, RWC, 12mths reg auto, 52,000kms, titanium grey, EC, service hist, GC, OOF994 $5200 with OVO884 $8500ono Ph 0400574960 WVS984 $12,000ono Ph 0427861379 RWC Ph 0438067848 2008 Toyota Camry Altise, sakana Commodore Berlina Wagon 2000, silver, auto, 111,393kms, RWC, auto, VGC inside/out, reg til 04/15, tow bar, EC, reg til 11/14 XUI743 RWC, service books XRH255 $12,300ono Ph 0428363103 Jeparit $5690neg Ph 0413689793 Ford BA XR8 2004, 117,000km, purple, leather interior, DVD, auto, Mitsubishi Triton 1999, dual cab, RWC, TTI758 $9990ono Ph olive green, manual, A/C, unleaded 0409778351 petrol/gas, tinted windows, tow Ford Falcon BA XT wagon, 2004, bar, bull bar, CD player, removable 265,000kms, silver, auto, t/wind, canopy, reg 12/03/14 PJH566 $7000 tow pack, ACE, Anderson point in Ph 0467791003 rear for charging FRR225 $5000 Ph Nissan Pulsar 2005, one owner, 0439567982 5spd, 6mths reg, 169,812kms TQK691 Ford Fiesta Zetec 2004, manual, one owner/garaged, excellent condition, 104,000kms, full history, 10 months registration, air conditioning, power windows, remote locking SUM943 $5200 Ph 0407827283

$5500 Ph 0428884252

Nissan Pulsar Plus 1999, manual, 186,000kms, reg til 02/15, one owner, RWC, PLX953 $4000 Ph 0417217893

Ford Falcon 2007 tray, ‘dedicated gas’, 12mth reg, RWC, A/C, power steering, cruise control, CD, EC, LMCT5826, 1BX7QV $10,990 Ph 0400562990

Holden 2008 VE Commodore Phantom black, 60th anniversary V6 auto sedan, Bluetooth, reverse sensors, 8 airbags, ABS, cruise control, auto lights, leather seats, electric drivers seat and mirrors, 18’’ factory alloy wheels, reg til 05/14, one female owner, always garaged, RWC, 2009 VE Commodore SV6 Ute, in showroom condition, first to see will 3.8L, 6spd auto, 18” alloys, CC, buy, only 38,621kms WIA972 $18,990 A/C, canopy, B/B, tow pack, locally Ph 53566382 owned, service history, EC, reg til 9/14 XGK102 $11,700ono Ph 0429811929

Nissan Pulsar ST.L 2005, 5spd manual, EC, 9mths rego, 119,684kms, Ford Focus 2005 Sedan auto, 2L, 1 female owner TWH700 $7000 Ph silver, GC, 125,681kms YEM013 0416032617 $4500 registered Ph 0427536513 Rover 1987 hatch back 416I, GQ Patrol auto, 250,000kms, dual green, new tyres, 120,000kms, EC fuel/battery, drives well, roof cage, throughout, very economical, on club vin# JN10WGY60A0016753 $4000 permit, has power steering, A/C, RWC Ph 0409859717 Stawell eng no. DA16A31200896 $3200ono HJ 1 Tonner, unfinished project, Ph 0418540607 a lot of new parts, extra cab, VIN SS Commodore 2001, VGC, red, VHJ14009M $2500 Ph 0422066348 190,000km, chev 6spd, manual, Holden 1974 HQ Statesman De Ville 308, auto, white, GC, reg til 05/15 XPM862 $9500ono Ph 53581603

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Sport HORSHAM DISTRICT LEAGUE ACTION

ON THE BALL: Above, Laharum’s Marcus Demaria kicks away against Harrow-Balmoral on Saturday. Above right, Demon forward Jason Przibilla gets a handball away. Right, Harrow-Balmoral’s Callum Hobbs comes under fire in the Southern Roos’ 85-point loss to the top Horsham District League side.  Pictures: WILLAMY IMAGES

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CLEAR: Harrow-Balmoral’s Chris Heath runs free of Laharum on Saturday. Picture WILLAMY IMAGES

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Fight for Mininera top five A

By JONATHAN BOX

s Mininera and District Football League moves past the halfway mark into round nine, the top seven teams will be fighting to cement a top-five and start their run into finals.

Tatyoon this week takes on SMW Rovers. After Tatyoon’s stellar start to the season, winning the first six games in a row, the Hawks have shown a chink in the armour and dropped the past two games. The most recent loss came at the hands of Hawkesdale-Macarthur despite the best efforts of three-goal Steven Butler who held his position at the top of the league goalkickers table.

Sean and Timothy McDougall were among Tatyoon’s best and the Hawks will be looking to these players to put in another strong performance this week to get themselves back on the winners’ list. SMW Rovers on the other hand have struggled thus far, having only its second win for the season on Saturday against Glenthompson-Dunkeld. Tyler Mason was on song for the Bulldogs, finding plenty of space on the wing, while Rhys Cahir was a dominant force through the midfield. Having these boys feeding him the ball, Billie Leskosek booted eight goals in their 57 point win. Whether this win for the Bulldogs was a one-off or a sign of things to come I think the outcome of this

game will prove important for both teams. In another game, fourth-placed Caramut will host third-placed LismoreDerrinallum. These two teams have had equal wins so far and will be eager to give themselves some breathing room with a top-three position. Lismore-Derrinallum had a convincing 99-point win over Ararat with the workload being shared between 14 different goal scorers. Darcy Skene and Coby Dudman were Lismore Derinallum’s best with Ryan Elliot and Tim Fitzgerald the largest goal-scorers, kicking three each. Caramut’s game against WoorndooMortlake was a bit closer but still a

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convincing six-goal victory. Like the Demons, Caramut had multiple goalscorers with Shaun Tebble, Benjamin Grinter, Adam Vaughan and Benjamin Marks doing their share of the workload kicking three apiece, while tall Todd Lamont was best. Both these teams obviously have their fair share of confident goal-kicking forwards and with their midfielders being regular best players, this game will be a great contest between two of the top teams in the league. In games to complete the round, Hawkesdale-Macarthur travels to Great Western, Penshurst takes on Woorndoo-Mortlake, GlenthompsonDunkeld travels to Willaura to play the Pumas and in-form WickliffeLake Bolac plays Ararat.

All-rounder winner in handicap race Nathan Baker, 36, established himself as a sporting allrounder when, at only his third start with Stawell Amateur Athletic Club, won a 6.5-kilometre handicap at Stawell.

Already a 20-year basketballer and Stawell Tennis Club vicepresident, Baker caught the running bug by participating in fun runs and finishing in the top 10 in events such as Stawell Heart Challenge, Run the Gap and Dunkeld’s Mosaic to Mountain. He also completed a Melbourne Marathon in 2009 and has raced and beaten Puffing Billy three times. Baker thanked former club champion Col Barnett for helping him master the twisting and turning course through the Ironbarks. “I latched onto Col’s back and it made it such an enjoyable race, having someone to chase,” he said. Baker conceded 11 minutes to slower runners under handicap conditions, but always seemed in command and at the finish had 26 seconds to spare from last-start Horsham winner Dave Hunter. About 50 seconds further behind was the relentless Meggy Boan who achieved her first podium finish of the season In a 1.5-kilometre sub-junior

race, Jonte Bubb overpowered his sister Natalya and scored by six seconds with Kayla Membrey third.

Cross country Jack Trounson, 65, has racked up 95,000 lifetime kilometres of racing and training, which equates to 13 kilometres a day, and 587 club runs. And he is still running just as fast as he did the year before. He was fast enough to score back-to-back wins in an eightkilometre handicap – his third success in the race and the 29th of a career with Stawell and Ararat Cross Country Club.

GOOD FORM: Nathan Baker shows off his winning style.

Revelling in the muddy and often slippery tracks through the Ararat Hills, Trounson kept pace with training partner Peter Gibson and pipped him at the post. Third behind the inseparable veterans, who now share 985 club runs between them, was 24-yearold Simon Gallagher on 93 runs. After missing a couple of weeks, Paul Fenn returned to record fastest time of 31.41, almost three minutes faster than the previous week’s winner Nathan Makovec. Both clubs meet at Great Western racecourse at 1.30pm on Saturday for an eight-kilometre race.

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Former AFL stars Peter Daicos and Jason Akermanis will help Natimuk United Football Club farewell its Horsham City Oval clubrooms at a family day on July 6. The pair will be guests of the club at the family event which starts at noon and includes lunch as well as comedian Pommy Johnson and a children’s entertainer While the club will continue to play occasional games at the city oval into the future, the family day will represent the final official function in the rooms which the club plans to sell in the near future. The event is free of charge but people keen to attend need to register and get a ticket to be part of the day. Phone Rams coach Tim Friend on 0438 077 282 or club official Peter Miller on 0400 824247 to register.

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Dimboola hammer thrower Emma Werner will represent Australia in Oceania Athletics Championships in the Cook Islands tomorrow morning. Werner’s pet event is scheduled for 9am and she has automatically qualified for Oceania championships finals. The championships are in Rarotonga and feature 20 member federations competing across various disciplines in both the track and field events. Werner exceeded Athletics Australia standards for each event and nominated herself for selection. Based on her standout performances at Australian Athletics Championships; New Zealand Nationals; Victorian State Titles; Victoria Country Championships and the Tasmanian Grand Prix, her selection was no surprise. Werner also set a new personal best in a recent winter throws event. Werner is a member of the WestVic Academy of Sport in Ballarat where sports programs manager Kelly Dunn described her as a standout athlete. “At the academy, we are extremely proud of Emma. She is a standout athlete, juggling her sporting commitments with a university degree, and an upstanding young lady,” she said. “She continues to be a great role model for the younger athletes in the academy and in the community.”

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SPORT report Saints set for a scalp H

By DEAN LAWSON

ey Horsham Saints – I reckon you can beat Horsham in a huge Pelican Cup match in Wimmera Football League this Sunday.

Not only can you beat the Demons, but you can also lay a legitimate claim as a serious contender for this year’s premiership. Horsham Saints meet Horsham at Coughlin Park and if they were ever going to beat their arch rival then it will be in front of a big split-round crowd this weekend. The Saints are in giant-killing form, having brought Dimboola’s return to the winners’ list to an abrupt halt, while Horsham, for the first time, appears vulnerable after its disaster against Warrack Eagles. A Saints win this weekend would add another sprinkle of spice to already sizzling season where fans each week have come to expect the unexpected. There are plenty in the Saints camp, perhaps because of years of wearing the bridesmaid’s tag, who are desperate to establish a fresh, higher level of respectability. This is well and truly on offer this round. One of common elements in the Saints’ success of late rises in the form of ruckman Michael Rowe. Rowe’s subtle ability to slip into a defensive hole to win clear possession after mixing it for the 50-50 ball has been a huge winner for the Saints. He has simply been in the right spots at the right times. It’s an issue Horsham can illafford to ignore and it will be interesting to see how Demon leaders Jordyn Burke and Brad Hartigan try to gain ascendancy in the air.

had a good season for Horsham, Joel Geue will undoubtedly continue to slip under the radar. But the Saints will win in a tough showdown by three goals.

Round 9 - Split Round Sunday, June 29 Horsham Saints v Horsham Ararat v Stawell Burke might try to solve the issue himself, perhaps rotating with Mick O’Callaghan who is sure to rise to the challenge. Or does he use Sean Christopher in the ruck or slot him at full forward where he will test any defender? Horsham is so used to setting the pace and running forward of the ball with confidence that building a defensive mentality into its strategies, which means running hard defensively, might be tough for an incredibly young team so used to winning to achieve. Then again, perhaps a heavy loss was what Horsham needed to hit the reset button. We will wait and see. There is no doubt that coach Shayne Breuer has Horsham Saints in a winning mood, with forward Gavin Kelm proving each week that he is far from a spent force and Les Butler and Matt Combe also kicking goals. Then there’s the form of Garry Hallam, who won’t care that it’s been raining all week, and running Sam Clyne who seems to have hit a purple patch in consistency. Nic Pekin is the Demons’ danger man that the Saints will have to watch and perhaps give Alex McRae the job of stopping, and they will also realise that Rhona Conboy, who has been nursing an arm injury, is a prominent rebounder for Horsham. John Wood and Nathan Kelly have

Sunday games galore

Wimmera League action this weekend is all about Sunday football and while the Saints and Demons lock horns in Horsham, Ararat will meet Stawell in a Battle of the Great Divide in Ararat. A spell last week on the back of a solid win over Nhill might have been just the tonic Ararat needed to regroup for a major assault on a topthree finish and a double chance. Despite what looms as a rugged clash between traditional rivals, everyone would expect Ararat to beat Stawell, regardless of the day being wet or dry. The Ararat ground will provide Rats such as sure-footed Daniel Mendes with room to move and clever Alan Batchelor to create opportunities for his team to push forward. Young Liam Cavanagh and Paul Thompson will also enjoy what looms as a test of strength as Ararat explores ways of leap-frogging Minyip-Murtoa on the ladder. Stawell, while appearing more than competitive across the ground each week, simply struggles to kick enough goals to beat top-five teams. Aidan Potter continues to win the hard footy, Toby Reid has been working hard around the packs and Cam Kimber has been one player to show off an ability to kick goals. But Stawell will continue its season of catch-up football and will find Ararat too hard a nut to crack. Ararat, after a tough first half, will ultimately win by 28 points.

Stawell ready for rival By KRISTIN STARICK

A split Wimmera Netball Association round has given four teams the chance to have a week’s break to prepare for round-nine games this weekend.

Horsham Saints continue to look for their best team combination, bringing players up from B Grade and shifting defenders Erin Mellington and Marnie Lehmann into different positions during their loss to Dimboola in round eight. Their opposition for this week, Horsham, is the more disciplined team. The strong commitment from Horsham players to quickly move the ball down court and increase pressure in defence will prove the difference between the teams. Other sides manage to match Horsham in the first quarter but cannot sustain the momentum for the whole

A Grade – Round 9 Warrack 54 d Nhill 28 Dimb 46 d Min-Murtoa 41 game. This will be the case again this week for Horsham Saints. Stawell will take confidence from a round-eight win against Minyip-Murtoa and will aim to show its improvement with a win against rival Ararat. Even though Stawell defencer Lisa Fleming continues to show improvement in her close defence and intercepting skills, she will be outplayed by in-form Ararat goalies Megan Shea and Jakki Gibson. A good contest to watch will be between two youngsters Ararat’s Lauri Williamson and Stawell’s Maddi Jelly. Maddi’s deceptive speed and ability to intercept passes will mean the Ararat attacking players will need to pass accurately and have clear leads.

Worthy milestone

Long-time Horsham netball star Amanda Worthy, nee Walsh, will play her 300th senior Wimmera Association game this weekend against Horsham Saints. Worthy, a Horsham Football Netball Club life-member, has played more than 200 A Grade games and is an association 200-club member. She stepped down from A to B Grade over the past few years, being a premiership player in both grades, and in the past two seasons has passed on her skills and passion through a club Net Set Go program and coaching an 11 and under modifieds netball team.

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SPORT report ACROSS THE LEAGUES

Test against the titans

Wimmera

Last week: Warrack Eagles 22.19 (151) d Nhill 8.7 (55), Minyip-Murtoa 16.12 (108) d Dimboola 14.8 (92). Ladder: Warrack Eagles 32 points, 132.40 percent; Horsham 28, 139.74; MinyipMurtoa 20, 140.67; Ararat 20, 118.94; Horsham Saints 20, 113.33; Dimboola 12, 118.14; Stawell 4, 51.93; Nhill 0, 47.04.

Noradjuha-Quantong again gets to test itself against powerhouse Laharum in round 12 of the Horsham District League.

The Bombers will look to improve on the 13-goal drubbing a month ago. For Noradjuha-Quantong to close the gap, they will need their midfield of Nathan Byrne, Jason Kerr and Brent McIntyre to do what no side has done this season and stop Laharum’s Robbie Miller, Daniel Easson and Zac Price from having any impact on the contest. Laharum continues to share goal-kicking duties – Shannon Argall is continually drifting forward while Jason Przibilla and Angus Martin have been contributing each week. The Bombers’ defence, led by Lachie Wilson and Brady King, will need to harass and pressure both in the air and on the ground to quell the scoreboard damage. If Noradjuha-Quantong are to do what no other side has done this season and hand Laharum its first defeat of season 2014, then forwards Jordan Huff, Heath Watson and Brian Harrison will need to kick at least a dozen goals between them. It’s highly unlikely the Demons defence of Sam Winfield, Hamish Roberts and Brett Ervin will allow that to happen, and Lahurum should will continue on its merry, undefeated, way.

Horsham District

Last week: Laharum 18.9 (117) d Harrow-Balmoral 4.8 (32), Edenhope-Apsley 19.13 (127) d Taylors Lake 6.4 (40), Noradjuha-Quantong 12.12 (84) d Natimuk United 9.8 (62), Swifts 18.17 (125) d Rupanyup 7.4 (46), Kalkee 25.12 (162) d Pimpinio 5.3 (33). Ladder: Laharum 44, 320.74; Swifts 40, 196.51; Harrow-Balmoral 32, 151.73; Edenhope-Apsley 28, 182.33; Kalkee 28; 178.71; Taylors Lake 16; 74.02; Natimuk United 16, 70.71; NoradjuhaQuantong 12, 80.40; Rupanyup 4, 35.13; Pimpinio 0, 24.65.

Mininera

Last week: Wickliffe-Lake Bolac 22.17 (149) d Great Western 6.4 (40), HawkesdaleMacarthur 17.10 (112) d Tatyoon 10.12 (72), SMW Rovers 17.16 (118) d Glenthompson-Dunkeld 9.7 (61), Lismore-Derrinallum 22.16 (148) d Ararat 7.7 (49), Caramut 19.11 (125) d Woorndoo-Mortlake 13.9 (87), Moyston-Willaura 22.19 (151) d Penshurst 4.4 (28). Ladder: Moyston-Willaura 28, 277.78; Tatyoon 24, 187.00; Lismore-Derrinallum 24, 164.18; Caramut 24, 142.65; Hawkesdale-Macarthur 24, 134.17; Wickliffe-Lake Bolac 20, 144.70; Penshurst 20, 79.39; SMW Rovers 8, 78.95; Great Western 8, 65.63; Glenthompson-Dunkeld 8, 63.89; Ararat 4, 37.47; Woorndoo-Mortlake 0, 52.46.

Mallee

Last week: Beulah 18.17 (125) d Walpeup 7.3 (45), Woomelang-Lascelles 20.16 (136) d Hopetoun 6.2 (38), Ouyen United 20.15 (135) d Jeparit-Rainbow 11.10 (76). Ladder: Beulah 32, 271.22; Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers 28, 142.70; Ouyen United 24, 128.75; Woomelang-Lascelles 20, 126.03; Hopetoun 8, 55.57; Walpeup-Underbool 4, 56.32; Jeparit-Rainbow 0, 46.75.

TALKING TACTICS: Noradjuha-Quantong coach Jarred Combe, above, discusses tactics with forward Sam Weddell, shortly before the Bombers seize control of the match against Natimuk United. Right, Bombers Jordan Huff is tackled in NoradjuhaQuantong’s 22-point win on Saturday.  Pictures: DEAN LAWSON

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And the game out at Kalkee will see the end of the top-three aspirations of one side this year. Edenhope-Apsley makes the journey out to the plains looking to reverse the result of a month ago against Kees. If the Saints are to cause an upset they need to find more firepower up forward. Cameron Domaschenz and Tom Clissold have been the major contributors up forward and rely on midfielders to push forward. But they really need a big-bodied forward to impose his presence on the last line of the Kalkee defence. At the other end, gigantic Liam French hit top form last week for Kalkee with a bag of a dozen goals, and with Josh Beddison also providing a target, the Kees have plenty of goalscoring options. Kalkee will have more grunt around the stoppages which will be more telling the further the game goes. With Steve Schultz and Tim Wade refreshed along with Paul Christian, Brendan McDonald and Shaun Gilbert rotating through the middle, the Kees

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he idiosyncratic draw raises its head in Horsham District Football League this week with round 12 replicating games that occurred just four weeks ago.

Round 12 – June 28

Kalkee v Edenhope-Apsley Rupanyup v Natimuk Utd Swifts v Taylors Lake Norad-Quantong v Laharum Harrow Balmoral v Pimpinio will just wear Brent Christie, Dave McLeish and Bernie Kealy down the further the game progresses. Kalkee should ensure their glimmer of hope for a double chance remains. The rest of the round should see regulation results take place. Rupanyup hosts Natimuk United and the Panthers will back themselves after a couple of good showings in recent weeks. But at the end of the day they won’t have the pace to cover the Rams. Greg Hamilton and Ash Pekin continue to perform week in week out and with big man Bryce Hateley beginning to hit his straps, the Rams will have the Rupanyup side covered. Rupanyup is the second lowestscoring side in the league but it has forwards in David Lang and last week Cam Taylor to kick goals. It simply doesn’t get enough opportunities to post a winning score. With a spine containing the names of Nathan Sachse, Paul Trotter, David Lang and on-ball unit of James Dela-

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hunty and Andrew Tyler, it is hard to fathom why the Panthers aren’t more competitive. Again this week it will be around the wings and flanks that the Panthers are found out. Natimuk United will rely on Tim Friend to kick goals and with Mark Rasmussen, Adam Coutts and Jono Lovel winning plenty of possessions, the Rams forwards will have the chances to make the scoreboard look palatable.

Swifts on song

Juggernaut Swifts will continue to emulate the deeds of their AFL counterparts Port Adelaide by putting Taylors Lake to the sword this week. The Baggies have been in scintillating form and their only worry would be their accuracy in front of the big sticks and, once rectified, even some bigger wins beckon. Taylors Lake will need to play a high-possession game and hit targets if it is to take it up to the Baggies. Pat Purcell, Craig Britten and Deek Roberts will need to lead from the front and the Lakers have to get the ball into the forward 50 quickly to give Nathan Koenig a one-on-one battle with inform Baggies defender Aaron Chavasse. Ben Martin had no impact on the scoreboard for the Baggies last week

but they still had 10 different goal kickers. Julian Carr and Damon Folkes have both been handy allies in the forward 50 and with Josh Molan providing another big target, the Baggies boast too many forward weapons for the Lakers.

Tigers pain No rest for Pimpinio. Last week Kalkee and this week they head south to tackle Harrow-Balmoral. The simple equation is that the Roos will have too many strong bodies for the Tigers to counter; the Tigers have no one the size to match the likes of Brent Penny, Tim Crick and Anthony Close. The Roos may however be missing Callum Hobbs, who is due to be on holidays for a few weeks. Pimpinio has found it hard to kick goals without its two main forwards in Dylan Baker and Matt Wilcox and that makes it hard for midfielders, led by Darcy O’Connor and Dylan Arnott, to win possessions in the middle and to push forward and kick goals. With Brent Forsyth leading the way from the middle for the Roos, the Harrow-Balmoral side should be able to extinguish last week’s result to the memory bank and enjoy a chance to build up percentage again.

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Women’s hockey to be celebrated By RACHEL CLARK immera Hockey Association round-10 matches will be at Warracknabeal, Anzac Park this Saturday with Warracknabeal Hockey Club to host nine matches.

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The round coincides with Hockey Victoria Women’s Round celebrations which are becoming a tradition with some clubs across state hosting special events. The round aims to celebrate women and girls in hockey and recognise the important role they play in the sport whether as a committee member, player, coach, team manager, umpire, taxi driver, supporter, mentor, sponsor, canteen helper and more. Some clubs arrange massages, pink food, pink roses, manicures, pink outfits and any other special moment in celebration and thanks. Wimmera members can wear a small splash of pink to help mark the day on Saturday if they wish and to keep in mind the contributions women and girls make to the sport, as well as en-

courage them in their roles. In Wimmera women’s competition, Dimboola and Nhill Thunderbirds will play a fast match on the grass with plenty of strong hits and passing. Thunderbirds have a strong half back line with Emma Janetzki and Wendy Crowhurst ably supporting the fast forward line of Lauren Bendall and Stephanie Daly, who accounted for the majority of Nhill’s goals this season. In previous contest between the two, Dimboola came out two goals in front and with sneaky scorers Adina King, Kelly Smithyman and Jemma Schultz, who scored twice last week, backed by the support of strong half backs Elizabeth Klinge in centre and Brooke Nuske, might again be hard to beat. Horsham Highlanders will take on the undefeated Yanac in what should be a good contest with plenty of precision passing. Yanac has strong goal-scoring capabilities particularly in Louise Bone and Jenny Smith with strength coming through the midfield from consistent

centre half back Erin Alexander. Highlanders have scored a handful more goals than Yanac for the season but boast several more scoring options. Yanac won last encounter and still looks strong after holding Nhill’s fast forward line to a zero score last week. Warrack will have the home-ground advantage when it plays Kaniva. Both in the lower order, Warrack is just ahead on the ladder and had the win last contest.

Open company

In open competition, Warrack Hoops play Kaniva Cobras and with both on equal on points, the result could alter second and third spot on the ladder. Coming into the second half of the home and away season, a good performance this match could be important for final standings. The match will be fast with plenty of big hits and passing. Hoops were victors last encounter. Dimboola and Nhill Rangers should play an even contest with teams equally matched on speed and strength

through the midfield. It was a close game last encounter with Rangers enjoying their first win of the season by a goal. Dimboola might need to pass around wide in attack to combat some strong defence from Rangers with Mont Miller consistent at full back. Rangers should avoid the centre where Tim Jorgensen has been consistently strong at half back all season. Horsham Hurricanes come up against top team Yanac Tigers in what will be a tough match. Tigers have strength all over the field and Hurricanes’ skilful goalie Stuart Hoffman will be kept on his toes. David Jochinke is proving to be a strong centre half back for Hurricanes, while Tigers’ Nathan Alexander has been consistent for Tigers all season. The Horsham team will need to pass quickly and efficiently if they are to get around the Tigers. In the juniors, Warrack Revengers and Nhill Leopards should have a close game. The two teams have only played

once so far this season with a very close 1-0 result in Revengers’ favour, although Leopards are two points ahead on the ladder. Revengers have senior boys who work the ball well in Colin Taylor and Jack Dean, while Leopards have strong defenders including full back Victoria Janetzki and plenty of players who can sneak goals including Jason Reichelt. Dimboola Kangaroos come up against Kaniva Raiders who have plenty of players who can score goals. Kangaroos have good defence with the Pilmore sisters Amy and Zoe and half backs brother and sister combination in Hayden and Kaylee Withers. Horsham Bombers and Dimboola Kookaburras should enjoy a close contest. Lachlan Schultz and Danny Moore provide a good basis for the Dimboola team while the Bombers have strong full backs in Kiah Zietsman and Ashleigh Fogarty, and hard-working half back Mikayla Farmers and clever Traiyth Leffler through the midfield.

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Sport Baker’s double PRESSURE: Beulah was too strong for WalpeupUnderbool on Saturday, winning by 80 points.  Picture: MICK SHANNON

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score on the board. The question is, who will win the midfield battle? Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers have proven to be consistent performers this season with usual suspects Colin Durie, Darcy Ryan and Tom Summerhayes in the best players most weeks, while Luke Martin and Matt Elliot provide run and carry from the back line. The Demons however possess their own ball magnets with Ben Gregg and Marc Hahnel finding plenty of the ball through the middle and Ben Mole provides speed around the contests. Ouyen United has seen vast improvement from its younger brigade this season with the likes of Jordan Manly, Tim Weir and Alexander Morrish all taking their games to another level to ease the burden on senior players. They will all need to stand up this week when they experience finalslike football against a tough Tigers side. Both sides will be desperate for a win in what is an eightpoint game. If the Demons win then they will move to equal second with the Tigers. However they will fall two games behind if they let this one slip away.

By MICK SHANNON

t was big wins all round in Mallee Football League last weekend with Woomelang-Lascelles recording its biggest win for round 10 with a massive 98-point belting of Hopetoun.

Key forward Jayden Lonergan dominated up forward for the Cats, kicking nine goals, as they bounced back on to the winners list after three consecutive defeats. Beulah proved too strong for Walpeup-Underbool, eventually running out winners by 80 points while Ouyen United made it four wins on the trot with a comfortable 59-point win over cellar dweller JeparitRainbow. The Culgoa Recreation Reserve will play host to this week’s game of the round when the skilful Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers come up against an inform Ouyen United side. Big forwards will be on show in this game with star Tiger spearheads Simon Weekly, Jarrod Arentz and Cliff Ryan looking to cause headaches for an undersized Ouyen United backline. The Demons however will look to replicate circumstances with Brad Vallance and Laurence Angwin set to put a big

The experience and class of the Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers will be enough to get them over the line by 10 points, but they will need to be right on their game against a confident Demons side.

Bounce-back Devils Hopetoun will look to get their third win of the season when they make the long trip to Underbool to take on WalpeupUnderbool. The Devils have been disappointing this season and will need a big lift from their whole side to topple the Roos on their home turf. Mathew Palmer continues to play well for the Roos in defence while Simon Brown and Luke Nathan have been finding plenty of the ball across the half back line and through the middle. Nathan and Brown will need to get the ball moving quickly to skilful forward Kane Munro to give their team a chance of kicking a winning score. Haydn Drew has been a shining light for Hopetoun this season, leading the Devils through the midfield, while Zac Robins has been a strong performer across the back half. If Hopetoun are going to win this game then they are go-

ing to need to find a way to kick goals. The Devils have not been able to score over 40 in three of their matches this season – this is where Ben Webster and Jackson Fisher will need to be on their games to put a strong total on the board. A close match is expected but the Devils should be able to get over the line by eight points. The final match of the round will see top-of-the-table Beulah travel to Jeparit to take on bottom-of-the-ladder JeparitRainbow. Beulah will look to continue on its winning way with Shaun Monohan and Callum Buchanan dominating the midfield battle while Dennis Redden should prove to be too big for the Lakers’ defence. Jeparit-Rainbow did have an improved performance last round against Ouyen United and will need to continue to improve as it searches for its first win of the season. Luke Werner and Ben Marra have had consistent seasons while Brodie Grant was good last week kicking four goals. Beulah will be too strong in this game and will come away with a 12-goal win. Woomelang-Lascelles has the bye.

Horsham trainer Greg Baker enjoyed success at his home track on Saturday, training a winning double.

Firstly, Baker saddled up frustrating but equally talented gelding Cameron Road in a 1200-metre maiden plate with Dean Holland in the saddle. When the gates crashed back, Holland placed the fouryear-old behind the leader, ensuring a charmed run. Approaching the home turn Cameron Road took the lead and gave a strong kick, taking his rivals out of their comfort zone. In the run down to the post the son of Danasinga came away for a comfortable win by almost three lengths. The second leg of Baker’s double came in the following race with Consul Reef contesting a 1400-metre maiden plate. This time Craig Robertson was doing the riding. In a good display of initiative, Robertson fired Consul Reef out of his wide gate and into a prominent position after the start. The Econsul gelding found himself in front before the home turn as the leader faded. Consul Reef lifted strongly for Robertson in the straight, holding off Stradatini in a gutsy half-length win.

Belle rings for Lia

Another Horsham trainer who enjoyed success on her home turf last Saturday was Lia Landrigan. Landrigan had her sole horse Norton Belle engaged in the Dallas Rintoule memorial handicap over 1400 metres with local hoop Marc Munday aboard. Norton Belle pinged out of the gates and cruised to an uncontested lead, allowing Munday to dictate the race as he liked. The six-year-old daughter of stud flop Falak was bolting up to the bend, thriving in the wet conditions. Once well into the home straight Norton Belle proved too slick for her opposition, scoring a dominant win in the finish.

O’Sullivans prove dynamic

Stawell trainers Terry and Karina O’Sullivan capped off the Wimmera trainers domination at the Horsham meeting, also training two winners on the program. The first leg of the O’Sullivan’s double came up courtesy of Super Sun in the opening event, a 1200-metre maiden for the three-year-olds. Super Sun was given a cushy run by jockey Jake Baylis throughout most of the scamper. The Street Sense gelding chimed in halfway down the straight and under hard riding from Baylis dived on the post to score a long-neck win. The father daughter duo then had to wait until the penultimate event to complete their double, with Universal Rose who was contesting an 1800-metre event. As soon as the race was underway, hoop Linda Meech opted to settle well back despite the on-pace bias. In similar fashion to her win at Werribee a week earlier, Universal Rose was set alight a long way from home. The seven-year-old Universal Prince mare was able to finish strongly as she swooped on her rivals in the straight despite making a long run. In the gallop down to the wire Universal Rose powered away revelling in the conditions, making it back-to-back wins. This latest victory was Universal Rose’s third in 41 starts.

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Catch us if you can! Laharum’s Daniel Easson breaks into the clear during a Horsham District Football League clash against Harrow-Balmoral at Laharum. Reigning premier Laharum, unbeaten and setting a hefty pace on top of the ladder, will attempt to make it 12 wins in a row this season when it takes on Noradjuha-Quantong at Quantong this Saturday. Horsham District League preview, see page 53.

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