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SPEAKING UP: On average, one woman is killed every week in Australia as a result of intimate partner violence. One in three women have experienced physical and-or sexual violence perpetrated by someone known to them. As a survivor of domestic abuse, Ararat’s Danielle Jenkins, left, knows all too well how serious the problem is. She shared her story in the hope it might help other women suffering the same fate, and generate a conversation about an issue people too often stay silent about.  • Full story, page 5.  Picture: SARAH SCULLY

Cancer funding wait BY DEAN LAWSON


ember for Lowan Emma Kealy has continued to urge the State Government to ‘come to the party’ with its contribution to a Wimmera Cancer Centre.

The Federal Government pledged $1-million in March, with Prime Minister Tony Abbott making a special trip to Horsham to make the announcement. Federal Government money

for the cancer centre, in Horsham, is now in the project’s bank account. Ms Kealy said she had an encouraging meeting with State Health Minister Jill Hennessy about the project and was confident the government was ‘seriously’ considering a funding arrangement. “I’ve been told the State Government is looking very closely at funding the project, which is extremely encouraging,” she said.

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“I would like to think it would come sooner, rather than later. In fact, a matching $1-million is an amount that should be able to fit into current budget costings. “I’m urging the State Government, now that it has a good understanding of the value and size of the project, to follow through and back such a worthy project. “More than 40 percent of people seeking cancer treatment are travelling outside the region which, considering we have

some of the highest rates of cancer in the country, is simply not good enough.” Wimmera Health Care Group chief executive Chris Scott confirmed the Federal Government money had arrived and would join more than $345,000 already raised by the community. “We are very excited to have the funds from the Commonwealth delivered for this incredibly important and worthy project,” Mr Scott said. “The project is expected to

cost at least $3-million, so the commitment from the Commonwealth shows a lot of support for the proposed centre. “The project has received a huge amount of community support and this contribution should only help bolster that.” The project incorporates oncology, dialysis and community palliative care services. Mr Scott said the centre would help improve treatment options for all people in the Wimmera and reduce the number of peo-

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ne Horsham bypass consultative group has invited Horsham district residents and community groups to attend a public meeting at Sunnyside Bowling Club next Tuesday.

The meeting, starting at 7.30pm, will allow people to air concerns about proposed VicRoads routes for a Western Highway bypass of Horsham and how they can make concerns heard. The group argues that the two routes, ‘that go through the deepest part of the Wim-

mera River and Burnt Creek floodplain east of Horsham’, are inappropriate. It also argues that for the routes to continue north-west to the highway past Horsham aerodrome, under the flight path immediately east of the main runway of the aerodrome in Option B2, and south of the north-south runway in an Option D, is also unacceptable. Maps of the VicRoads preferred options and other material are on display at VicRoads’ Horsham office and Horsham Civic Centre. One Horsham group mem-

bers remain dissatisfied after attending the VicRoads meeting at Wimmera Trade Training Centre on July 23. They claim they were unable to obtain satisfactory answers about the disruption to water flows in times of flood and how they were to access their properties around intersections. Group chairman Jeff Moore said VicRoads was asked about a Wimmera Catchment Management study of the Wartook Valley, which involved Burnt Creek. “VicRoads were asked why they did not wait for the results

of the study before deciding on their final route. Their reply was ‘we already know all we need to know’,” he said. “At the very least we need to halt this process until we have the information we need to make an informed decision. “We would encourage interest groups from Pimpinio, Horsham North, Riverside, the Equestrian Centre, Green Lake, Taylors Lake Football Netball Club and any other organisations to come along. We’ll do our best to answer questions and advise how to send in submissions to VicRoads.”

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: Wedding and debutante gowns from yesteryear were revived for a Horsham Agricultural Society showcase on Sunday. President Andrea Cross said a highlight of ‘Recollection’ was the joy on the faces of the women who watched their dresses being worn again, some 50 years after they were first worn. Horsham twins Georgia and Ally Hiscock, front, won the audience vote after donning the identical wedding gowns of sisters Wilma and Pat Bennett. The sisters married brothers Ron and Hugh Bennett on January 30, 1960. The event also highlighted the society’s six up-and-coming leaders. Guest speaker Nkandu Beltz interviewed three of them – vice-president Dalton Cross, junior vice-president Leigh McGennisken and Dustin Cross – on stage. Recollection raised more than $2000 for Kidzone, a free children’s activity area, at Horsham Show on September 27.

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Alex Rathgeber, who grew up in Horsham, won a Helpmann award for best supprting actor in a musical production. Rathgeber won the Helpmann award – Australia’s equivalent to the USA’s Tony Awards – for his role in the musical comedy Anything Goes. After a season at Melbourne’s Princess Theatre, Anything Goes is now playing in Brisbane before moving to Sydney later this year. Rathgeber collected his award at a ceremony in Sydney on Tuesday night.

Kanagulk consultation

Horsham Mayor Mark Radford was pleased with the community’s interest in a proposed change to the Horsham Planning Scheme during an information session in Kanagulk Hall. About 60 people attended the session on Thursday to learn more about mineral sands company Iluka Resources’ proposal to continue disposing of by-products at its former Douglas mine site. Laws require mining companies to operate a mine in a state in which they want to process and store by-products. Representatives of the EPA, Iluka Resources, the council and regulatory bodies were on hand to answer questions on Thursday. Kanagulk Landcare Group president Margaret Arthur, who is against the proposal, said the information day was useful. “The Environment Protection Authority showed a very clear way forward, with submissions due in by Wednesday, August 5,” she said.

Open day to showcase college

Longerenong College will open its gates for its annual open day next Sunday, August 9. The college, specialising in hands-on agricultural studies, will open to the general public and prospective students at 10am. The open day will include presentations on course structure, scholarship information and outline career opportunities in agriculture as well as future developments earmarked for the college. It will also feature campus and farm tours throughout the day.

Contest fishes for a paid co-ordinator Horsham’s iconic annual Labor Day fishing competition next year is likely to be in the hands of a paid event coordinator. The move is part of an effort to streamline operations of the big community fundraiser. A contest committee will start advertising the position from next week. The event co-ordinator’s responsibilities will include management and administration tasks, sponsorship development and partnerships, grant sourcing and writing, publicity and event logistics. The move is also in response to a shortage of volunteers needed to run the event, which has pumped millions of dollars

into the region’s economy since 1972. The event usually attracts more than 2000 entries from anglers across Victoria and interstate and, in bumper years, a Wimmera River population swells by about 5000 during the long weekend. Next year’s event is on March 6. Regional businesses donate or subsidise about 50 percent of the prize pool and the competition committee the other half. Organisers have stressed that a paid coordinator must base their management on ‘core values’ that include continued development of the contest as a family-friendly event, maintaining health of the Wimmera River in Horsham and supporting clubs and service groups across the region. They anticipate that the part-time con-

tract position would initially involve the co-ordinator working one day a week and hours to increase in a build-up to the event. Employment would continue until at least April but with increased sponsorship, registrations and successful grant applications the position would most likely become self-sustaining and ongoing. The co-ordinator would attend monthly committee meetings in the lead-up to the competition. People seeking more information can contact competition secretary Adele Rohde on 5362 2953 or email adeler@wuc. The deadline for email submissions is 5pm, August 28.

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Family violence survivor speaks out BY SARAH SCULLY


e pursued her. He was charming. Funny. Persistent.

She gave in. He was attentive. Loving. He made her laugh. Until they moved in together. The first hole in the wall appeared on the first night. Danielle Jenkins’ boyfriend had become her abuser. “That was the start of it,” she said. “It got worse when I got pregnant. I think he realised that I really wasn’t going anywhere – that he owned me now.” Danielle said the abuse came in many guises, from put-downs and name calling to burns, hair-pulling, punching and strangulation. “I wasn’t allowed to leave the house,” she said. “He cut me off financially. If I ever needed groceries he’d give me $5 and send me up to the shop. “God forbid I was longer than five minutes – I would be in trouble because obviously I was cheating on him. “He would check the phone bill to make sure I wasn’t talking to anybody. “He was so paranoid.” Danielle said he slowly cut her off from her family and friends. “My parents weren’t allowed to visit,” she said. “If I had a friend over he would call out really revolting comments and make them feel uncomfortable. Eventually they just wouldn’t come back.”

Why didn’t she leave?

It’s a question victims of domestic violence are all too familiar with. “I was made to believe it was my fault,” Danielle said.

“I was made to believe I would never find anyone else. That nobody would ever want me. That no one would ever believe me. “He controlled me. That was my life. I had no other choice but to live it, every day.” Danielle said she first tried to leave her partner when their son was four months. “I told him I couldn’t handle it anymore and he dared me to leave,” she said. She called her parents, who picked her up and drove her to their home in Stawell. She lasted a couple of days before returning to her abuser. “I left again when my son was about seven months old,” she said. “And then I went back a week later.” Danielle’s ‘light-bulb moment’ came when her former partner picked up her son by the scruff of his jumper and threw him on a bed. “I decided I was going to do everything I could to get us out alive. I knew it would not be easy, but I was going to do everything I could to save my child,” she said.


It took a lot of planning, but with the help of her maternal and child health nurse and the Salvation Army Rural Outreach program, Danielle and her son made their dash for freedom. “They got me out while he was at work,” Danielle said. “They packed up all my belongings for me and took me to Stawell to live.” Danielle rented a house for herself and her son at the back of her parents’ property. And then she let her abuser move in with them.


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LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL: Ararat’s Danielle Jenkins wants to let victims know they are not alone. Why? Because like all abusers, he promised he would change. “He told me that he was going to get better and that he wouldn’t do it anymore,” Danielle said. “He promised me every time, but that time – as far as I knew – he was going to an angermanagement course.” Danielle said her parents wanted to call the police, but feared her son would be taken away from her. “The last straw was when my son was about 18 months old,” she said. “My parents could hear him yelling and hitting me and they came over and actually forced him to leave.” Danielle said she did not pursue an intervention order because she wanted her son to have a father. “I still wanted him to see his

child, but under my supervision,” she said. “I was worried if he took him he’d never bring him back. “You hear all those stories, where fathers do things to their kids just to hurt their mother.”

Finding real love

While she allowed one man to tear her down, Danielle credits another for helping her find her strength. Danielle met Mathew Jenkins in 2009 after he sent her a friend request on Facebook. “I popped up on his news feed because we had mutual friends,” she said. “It took me three months to accept his friend request.” Danielle and Mathew married in 2014, settling in Ararat. “He’s magic,” she said. “He’s strong. He’s honest. He’s respectful – he makes me feel good about myself. “He’s taken on my son and

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has three kids of his own – he’s a great dad.” With Mathew’s support, Danielle sought a family violence order against her abuser in 2013. She was granted a five-year order, but her former partner died in an accident a month later. Danielle said his death made her feel free. “I have decided to share my story because I want to start a conversation about domestic violence,” she said. “I want people going through it to know they are not alone. “I want to have a voice for the people who aren’t as lucky as me and have died at the hands of their partner.” Danielle said she expected people to judge her. “You tell people and all they think is, ‘you should have just left’. Most people, I believe, would think that,” she said. “I was ashamed and embarrassed. And I really believed he would change. “This is why I want people to start talking about it – so it’s not a shameful thing to talk about.” Danielle said when she was being abused, domestic violence was a taboo topic. “Someone would say the odd thing to him, such as ‘do you like to beat your Mrs?’, but that’s as far as it would go,” she said. “No one wanted to admit it was happening.”

Greater awareness

Danielle said while times had changed, they had not changed enough. She said there was a need for greater awareness of family violence, along with better education in schools. “I think our girls need to be educated that this sort of behavior is not just about hitting,” she said. “When you think of domestic violence you think of hitting, but there is more than one type of abuse. It can be physical, but it can also be financial and emotional. “I also want boys to know that these sorts of behaviours are not okay and that domestic violence is not acceptable.” Danielle hopes to raise awareness of domestic violence by participating in White Ribbon Night on Friday. White Ribbon Australia, which runs a national campaign to stop violence against women, is encouraging people to ‘have a night in to get the word out’. Money raised from events supports White Ribbon Australia’s prevention initiatives in schools, workplaces and communities. People can visit for more information. • If you or someone you know is experiencing violence, call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732 for support. The free, 24hour service provides confidential advice. In an emergency, call the police on triple zero.

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immera-Mallee water managers waiting for spring rain have used a seasonal water briefing to explain what continuing dry conditions might mean for community groups later this year.

With regional storage lakes and dams less than 30 percent full and the catchment dry, authorities are planning for a variety of scenarios if there is little run-off in the next few months. Collectively, the past three years represent one of the driest sequences on record in the Grampians catchment. Wimmera Catchment Management Authority, GWMWater and Victorian Environmental Water Holder officials discussed circumstances with representatives from 13 community, sport and government organisations during the briefing. GWMWater officials reaffirmed that regional supply was secure and remained confident there would not be a need for greater water restrictions in summer. But they are part of a chorus acknowledging the impact the extensive dry period might ultimately mean. Customer relations manager Helen

Friend: “Yes it’s very dry but it is important to stress that urban and rural customers’ supply is secure and it is not envisaged that there will be restrictions.” Wimmera CMA chief executive David Brennan said his organisation would use a variety of options suggested by forum participants to keep the community updated on environmental water. “We also worked with the group for their ideas to best retain waterway values for the community and environment, particularly during summer,” he said. “It is easy for people to get the impression we have plenty of water when you look at the river at Dimboola and Horsham and you see plenty of water in the weir pools. In reality, the upper catchment of the Wimmera River is dry and has been for several months.”


Dimboola Ski Club president Mark Gaulke, among briefing attendees, praised water managers for keeping stakeholders updated. A long-time member of the ski club, Mr Gaulke said he was shocked to learn the region’s water reserves were so low.

He said when you saw water in the river and were not experiencing water restrictions, it was easy to think there was plenty of water available. “Early planning means a lot to the club. We try to be proactive and look after our section of the river because we don’t want to lose it,” he said. “With the CMA and GWMWater letting us know what might lay ahead, we can plan and prepare. I prefer to know the worst scenario rather than the best scenario, and we can all work together with the water that is available.” Mr Gaulke said the value of the river to the Dimboola community was crucial. “The river is life for the town and it means a lot to a lot of people. Where there’s no water, there’s no life,” he said. “We are trying to look after the river the best we can, so getting an insight into the current water situation is invaluable for our future plans.” Mr Brennan encouraged individuals and groups interested in more information about environmental water releases to call Wimmera CMA on 53821544 or email

CENTENARIAN: Melva Peterson, nee Block, formerly of Horsham, celebrated her 100th birthday on Saturday. When Melva was born on July 20, 1915, her family was farming at Katyil West. Her family moved numerous times during her younger days to places such as Dimboola, Murrayville and finally settling at Kellalac. A romance with her neighbour, Edgar Peterson, resulted in their marriage in March, 1940. They bought a grazing property at Langkoop in 1956, where they stayed until 1970 when they moved to a grain growing property at Remlaw. After Edgar died in 1989, Melva moved into Horsham before moving to Longridge Aged Care Hostel, atNaracoorte, two years ago. Melva has led a remarkable 100 years – fortunate to have retained all her faculties, seen her two sons and two daughters grow and prosper, and now takes pleasure in her 10 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. At her celebration afternoon tea on Saturday, she said: “I didn’t know I had so many friends.” Melva, sitting middle, is pictured with her sons, back from left Alan and Neil Peterson, and, daughters, front from left, Elaine Zerk and Glenda Schomburgk.

Advance Australia where? BY DEAN LAWSON

It’s incredible that more than 100 years after Federation many of us continue to struggle to understand or define what it means to be Australian.

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EDITORIAL groups right and left wingers or racists and do-gooders, although there are obvious elements of both hitching a ride on feelings of discontent. The issue is much deeper than that. The so-called ‘right’ is possibly seeing political correctness off the leash and blaming it for opening the door to what it considers repressive and foreign ideals that threaten, believe it or not, Australian freedoms and egalitarianism. Some of us suspect that many of these protesters are not precisely sure about the best way to express their anger and confusion. So they use iconic Australian images and sounds such as the Australian flag and musical anthems to emphasise their position, much to the dismay of artists such as John Williamson and Jimmy Barnes.

Then there’s the so-called ‘left’ that sees the ‘right’ as trying to use the promotion of Australian values as a poorly veiled tool to promote or accept blatant bigotry and national socialism to threaten, wait for it, Australian freedoms and egalitarianism. Many in this group can’t see the difference between culturism and racism. In their fight in the name of ‘respect’, neither group can claim this if the mayhem that occurred on Melbourne streets a couple of weeks ago is an example.


Perhaps, if we were to combine these two groups and remove the fundamentalist and bigoted elements of both, then somewhere in there would probably be the ‘perfect’ Australian standard – or not. Surely it is obvious that there

is no such thing. People are simply people and are as diverse as they are complicated. Racism is illogical nonsense and bigotry, or intolerance of others, is another word for stupidity that opens the door to evil. We also have a responsibility to protect values we hold dear and our failure in finding noncontradictory and appropriate compromises that fit into this ideal is where we often come unstuck. As Australians we have history, interjected by major upheavals and events, be they good or bad, dating back at least 40,000 years. You would think we would have the ultimate magnanimous Australian notion of a ‘fair go’ pretty much down pat by now. Obviously, we need to do a lot more work to get this right.

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ederal Government moves to improve country-of-origin labelling for Australian produce has prompted state Member for Lowan Emma Kealy to suggest regional branding could also have promise. Ms Kealy said it could be worthwhile for groups representing the Wimmera, Western District or the Grampians to develop product branding for the Australian market. “We have wonderful produce in our part of the state and it would make sense to try to develop regional reputations through promotion,” she said. “So why not develop regional produce-style brands to sell ourselves to Australian and even international consumers? “We do grow and develop premium products here and it’s not just food.” But Federal Member for Mallee Andrew Broad, a former Australian Made director, disagreed with the idea, warning against sending ‘mixed mes-

sages’ into the marketplace. “I think in our part of the world, we’re primarily exporters and the simple branding of being Australian-made is what is important,” he said. “The French do regional branding well and there have been other suggestions such as creating a Melbourne brand but I don’t think it’s appropriate for us and might send mixed messages of what we’re about.”

New labels

Mr Broad said WimmeraMallee consumers would soon benefit from clearer information on the origin of products. “During the next few months, people will begin to see the new labelling on products on the shelves of their local stores,” he said. “The new labels have been developed in response to a clear need for people to be able to make informed choices about the products they are buying and consuming. “In a region that is renowned for its food production, the

ability to effectively communicate the ‘Australian grown or made’ status is vital in marketing to consumers who increasingly value the information.” Mr Broad said the new labelling would show where products were made, grown and packaged. It came as a result of a review of Australia’s Country of Origin Labelling laws and in the wake of a frozen-berries health scare. “Foods processed locally will have a new label which includes the familiar kangaroo and triangle icon, with an accompanying bar chart illustrating the proportion of ingredients that are Australian,” he said. “The labels will be clear and easy to identify. The days of information being hidden in the fine print are gone. “Initially the take up of the new labelling will be voluntary but it will become mandatory in 2016.” For more information, visit

Annual fete at Donald High School Donald High School will present its annual fete from noon on August 7. A variety of food and produce will be on offer with year-11 students running a coffee shop until 2pm and year-seven

students hosting a sweets stall. Activities will include various competitions, fashion parades organised by year-10s and year-12 students will sell tickets for a Monster Hamper.

DONE DEAL: Longerenong College campus manager John Goldsmith, right, and O’Connors’ Horsham branch manager Ryan O’Connor celebrate a new partnership involving two new tractors for the college.

New tractors for college Longerenong College and agricultural machinery firm O’Connors CASE IH have entered a partnership that will provide the college and its students with two new tractors, valued at nearly $500,000. Delighted campus head John Goldsmith said O’Connors would provide the tractors as part of a ‘very’ generous rental agreement. “It a tremendous outcome. It means our students will again have constant access to the latest farm-technology equipment,” he said. O’Connors will present Case IH Magnum 200 and Case IH Maxxum 140 tractors to the college in an official handover today. Mr Goldsmith said the deal, which involved changing the tractors every two to four years, reflected an exciting time for the college where

students were learning on top-of-the-range equipment and about the latest technology in guidance systems. “We pride ourselves on teaching our students practical hands-on skills, which allow our students to be ready for the jobs out in the agricultural industries,” he said. “The college is extremely pleased to have a partnership with an organisation willing to help promote the exciting careers in agriculture, and O’Connors Case IH continue to do this. “The college will also provide training to the academic staff involved in this area, to allow everyone to get the best possible support.” Mr Goldsmith said the arrangement was an example of the close relationships the college had historically enjoyed with district rural and regional communities and agribusinesses.

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rarat Fire Brigade has called on community and business leaders to join a support committee to ensure the brigade remains strong into the future.

Captain Greg Taylor said the brigade would appoint a support committee for a 12-month pilot project. “Ararat Fire Brigade has demonstrated commitment to successfully protect and serve the Ararat community since 1859,” he said. “The brigade would like to evolve this firm foundation to ensure we protect our future generations with the same success this community has entrusted in us.” Mr Taylor said the committee would include community and business leaders who could share their knowledge and skills with the brigade.

“We are seeking input from a range of interested community members who are able to bring to the committee a network of diverse skills, individual experiences and fresh ideas,” he said. Mr Taylor said the brigade’s support committee offered residents an opportunity to make a difference without being a Country Fire Authority member. “Without volunteers, the Ararat Fire Brigade would not exist,” he said. “Our community needs people to contribute to the protection of its own life and property. “Brigade support committee members will build confidence in their own links with the CFA and carry the knowledge they have been part of shaping such an integral community asset.” Mr Taylor said the brigade

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had attended about 120 callouts this year. “In the past, the CFA has not provided many opportunities for fire brigade management teams to develop skills in nonoperational management and leadership activities,” he said. “As part of our motivation to continue to improve our community engagement, the Ararat brigade has decided to develop this committee.” Mr Taylor said if the pilot project was successful, it could be modelled throughout the state. He said the committee would most likely meet monthly, however meeting commitments could vary. He said people could call Ararat Fire Brigade sustainability co-ordinator Leanne Blenkiron on 0428 993 305 for more information and a copy of the position description.

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Australian of the year at inaugural event Disability sector boost Former Australian of the Year Simon McKeon will be guest speaker at Rotary Club of Horsham East’s inaugural Bob Mibus Memorial Speaker’s event. Mr McKeon, AMP and CSIRO chairman, was 2011 Australian of the Year and will use the August 27 occasion to draw on his experience in business, government not-for-profit sectors to speak on the value of communities. The Rotary club has launched the community

event in memory of the work and contribution of past president Bob Mibus and has invited Wimmera people to attend. The event starts at 7pm at Holy Trinity Lutheran School in Horsham and will conclude with a supper. Tickets are $25 each, with drinks available at bar prices. All proceeds raised will go to the Rotary Club of Horsham East. People seeking tickets can go to website www. or contact Pam Capstick on 0407 848 569.

V A L U I N G COMMUNITIES: Simon McKeon will be guest speaker at a Rotary Club of Horsham East event on August 27.


he art of hand-making anything has slowly declined over the years; with the boom of mass consumerism and low prices, the common retort has become, ‘it’s cheaper to buy it than make it’. However, in spare bedrooms, sheds and backyards in our communities there has been an exciting and welcomed uprising of talented souls fusing raw materials with inspired thought and making, baking and growing all sorts of wonderful products.

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With its finger on the pulse, the Great Western Hall Committee has noticed a hidden pool of talent deserving to be showcased and decided to host the town’s own Seasonal Makers Market on Sunday. Great Western Hall Committee president Linda LockwoodMawson said the committee was overwhelmed by the response. “With well over 30 enquiries for stall holders and a Facebook reach of over 4000 people, our modest little market idea has rapidly grown support from across western Victoria,” she said. The debut Makers Market is

ple to remain in their homes, whenever possible. The allocation includes oneoff and recurrent funding for projects and services provided by Grampians Community Health; Northern Grampians Shire Council and Stawell Regional Health. The funding is part of an additional $853,329 for HACC in the Wimmera and Mallee.


Market for great makers BY CHANCE LOCKWOOD-MAWSON

People with disabilities and their carers in the Grampians region, will have support to stay in their own homes, after a Federal Government boost. Member for Mallee Andrew Broad said funding would be distributed among Home and Community Care, HACC, services operating in the region. He said it recognised the importance of supporting peo-

at Great Western Hall, on the Western Highway, from 10am to 2pm. The boutique wine village has much to offer for those looking to make a day of it. Hand-made items will include wooden puzzles, soy candles, quilts, knitted beanies and scarfs, baby and children’s clothing and toys, artwork, jewelery, preserves and of course district wine to list just a few. The hall committee is even putting on a sit-down morning tea with home-made sweets treats . “We’re a small volunteer committee and very proud both

of our town and our beautiful 120-year-old hall,” Ms Lockwood-Mawson said. “It’s expensive to maintain and stay on top of the upkeep, and in order to keep it open and available to the community for hire, we’re always exploring fundraising ideas. The makers market was one we could all get excited about.” All money raised from the market will go towards the maintenance and development of the Great Western Hall. The hall committee will present the Great Western Makers Market four times a year. People keen to find out more can call Linda 0403 302 727.

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Students to tour Sydney Horsham Primary School will again send a representative football ‘club’ to Sydney, complete with school children in supportstaff roles. The club will involve a contingent of 34 students travelling to Sydney on Monday – a a trip that will include visits to Sydney Opera House, Sydney Zoo and Sydney Cricket Ground as well as under-12 football games. It is the second year the school has organised the trip, designed to place youngsters in roles that might exist with senior sporting teams, clubs and organisations. As well as players, other children have to fill roles covering fitness and training, game analysis, media and promotions, team management and diet and nutrition. Principal Chris Walter said the children had been working to develop their skills based on their appointed roles. “The students are going to Sydney as a football club so they can receive an experience that replicates jobs in elite sport. This experience helps develop life skills, such as

Fundraising trivia night Ararat’s Marian College year-12 students will present an auction and trivia night in the college’s gymnasium at 7pm tomorrow. Proceeds from the night’s activities will go to the Fred Hyde CO-ID foundation. Patrons will pay $10 each to play in trivia teams of two to eight. For more information call 5352 3681.


LEARNING EXPERIENCE: Coach Carlo Sordello with football players from Horsham Primary School. team-bonding, working with others, analysis and planning. It’s also a very exciting experience,” he said. Media and promotions officers Cassie Bolwell-Combe, Eliza Tickner and Toby Arnup said everyone was looking forward to the trip. Toby: “I have never been to Sydney and many others haven’t either so it will be a great experience for all involved.” Eliza: “It also provides us with potential job options. We

have a lot of jobs that need to be done. It’s not just the players but others behind the scenes as well.” Cassie: “There is a lot we’re doing. We’re going to the Sydney Opera House and zoo and we’ll be catching the Manly Ferry for a game against Manly Bombers in one of the two football matches, which will be a great experience.” The ‘club’ will catch a bus to Melbourne and then a plane to Sydney, staying at the Bondi Beach House youth hostel.

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Sally French’s Murder, Maladies and Miscreants involves a guided after-dark tour of the township, during the 2015 Nati Frinj Festival, which is from October 30 to November 1. Organisers will share little-known sto-

ries with district residents and visitors during nightly tours. The project is one of three in the Mallee electorate to receive funding. Member for Mallee Andrew Broad said the arts fund helped support communities to tell their stories in creative ways. “The Regional Arts Fund supports artists and arts and cultural organisations to create artworks and projects that not only speak for and to our communities but also

allow everyone to participate in the creative process,” he said. Mr Broad said the region’s artists and arts organisations were among the most innovative in the country and that it was important they had support so they could continue to create and inspire. “We must ensure story tellers, across all the artistic mediums can continue to develop projects that engage with both our communities and visitors,” he said.

Trade centre opens at Stawell college Stawell and Ararat district students will have the opportunity to pursue a wide range of vocational skills with the opening of Central Grampians Trade Training Centre. Member for Mallee Andrew Broad opened the centre at Stawell Secondary College on Friday. “Providing young people in our region with education and vocational training opportunities that can lead to careers is vital to the sustainability of our towns and

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I am delighted to be able to be a part of the opening of the fantastic facility in the Grampians,” he said. The trade training centre, built with a $2.75-million Federal Government grant, will offer services at Stawell Secondary and Ararat colleges. It features a commercial-grade kitchen and automotive workshop and is designed to help secondary school students gain qualifications in the hospitality and automotive industries. “The Federal Government is commit-

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wenty Wimmera police officers won recognition for outstanding service to the community.

Western District Division Four Superintendent Paul Margetts said it was an honour to present the accolades on behalf of Victoria Police Assistant Commisssioner Tess Walsh at a ceremony in Horsham last week. He said the awards were for conspicuous duties performed by officers who lived and worked in division four. Nine officers received divisional commendations for specific acts between 2012 and March this year. Leading Senior Constable Jim Richardson was commended for professionalism and leadership while responding to a murder at Goroke in 2012. He was also acknowledged for the compassion and support he showed the aggrieved family and the wider Goroke community. Leading Snr Const Richardson, who has manned the Goroke station for 22 years, said it was ‘a great honour’ to receive recognition from the divisional management team. “A lot of the work we do goes unnoticed, so it’s nice to be recognised by our peers,” he said. “The incident really had an impact on the community, so it’s nice to receive some recognition for that as well.”

COMMENDED: Left, Constable Chris Wooley, Sergeant Sandra Marriner, Senior Constable Rowan Thorne and Constable Tracey Harrison.. Sergeant Sandra Marriner, Senior Constable Rowan Thorne, Constable Chris Woolley and Constable Tracey Harrison were commended for courage, professionalism and teamwork during a siege at Stawell in 2012. They successfully resolved the incident, in which a man barricaded himself inside a premises with an axe and knives and threatened to kill police. Acting Inspector Brendan Broadbent, Leading Senior Constable Greg Lambert, Leading Senior Constable Phil Lloyd and Sergeant Di Thomson also accepted National Police Service Medals.

Police present the medal for ethical and diligent service. Officers must have served at least 15 years to be eligible. Detective Senior Sergeant Terry Hay, Sergeant Phil McClure and Sergeant Mick Salter received 35-year service certificates, while Senior Constable Michelle Elvery, Senior Constable Shane Dignan and Sergeant Pete Young received 10-year Victoria Police Service Medals. Acting Inspector Brendan Broadbent said it was important to acknowledge police officers for their dedication and achievements. “Quite often the focus is on the negative aspects of the job,

so this is an opportunity to recognise the positive aspects as well,” he said. “Some important citations were handed out for in-depth investigations, which resulted in charges for many offenders, while others recognised the saving of lives or attempted saving of lives. “It’s a hard thing to do, yet these officers stepped up and did it.” Horsham Mayor Mark Radford, who was a special guest at the ceremony, thanked the officers for working hard to keep the community safe. “I want to acknowledge the work you all do, in the different facets of policing,” he said.

Above, Sergeant Jim Richardson received a commendation and below, Acting Inspector Brendan Broadbent, on presentation of a National Police Service Medal from Western District Division Four Superintendent Paul Margetts. “Next time you do this, we need to make an opportunity for members of the public to come along. “I think we should make a big

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A noise builds slowly from a distance, getting louder as it approaches until it’s near deafening. You peer outside the door and 270, yes, 270, squawking, chattering Redtailed Black Cockatoos settle in the trees around your workshop, then take it in turns to drink from a water trough less than 30 metres from where you stand. It sounds like the makings of a scene from a fiction novel but there’s no fiction in this story. It is a scene that repeated itself every afternoon on the western Victorian farm of Stephen Ferguson for four months in 2011. The following year, 2012, the flock of one of Australia’s most endangered and loved native birds Calyptorhynchus banksii graptogyne, returned to ‘Three Lakes’ to repeat the scene for another four months. The large flock is now gone, and in its place is a much smaller flock of 20, but Stephen knows that when wet years return, so will his birds. This is just one of many reasons Stephen and wife Susan love the west Wimmera. They travel extensively across Australia and still believe it’s one of the country’s best kept secrets. When they moved there in 1982, despite being one of the worst drought years in Australian history, lakes and swamps were still full and the region was brimming with wildlife. They bought a property at Poolaijelo, south of Edenhope, and later took on the

ANCIENT: Susan Ferguson, grandson Jed and Wimmera CMA’s Bruce McInnes stand under a sprawling redgum on the banks of Dead Wallup Swamp. Picture: CHRISTINE BULL PHOTOGRAPHY general store in Apsley to supplement their farm income. In 2008 they bought ‘Three Lakes’, a grazing and cropping farm in Karnak district. After selling the Aspley store in 2009, and now with farmland at Karnak and Poolaijelo, Stephen said his farming goals were based on setting up a financial future for their five children Hayden, Adam, Nicole, Lisa and Michael, and future generations. But it’s clearly not all about the dollars and cents. Like many farmers in the west Wimmera, a unique farming region containing more than 3000 wetlands, their economic farming decisions are hand-in-hand with those of a more altruistic kind.

“You’ve got to look after your land, from the micro-organisms in your soil to keeping the chemical use to a minimum for controlling your bugs and insects,” Stephen said. “More and more, we’re working our farming practices in with our environmental practices.” ‘Three Lakes’ is named for the lakes that surround it – Maryvale Swamp, Charam Swamp and Dead Wallup Swamp.


Stephen said that in the 1970s when the region used to have ‘wet decades’ Dead Wallup was classed as a permanent open water swamp. But when they bought the farm in 2008 it was

far from healthy; it was nothing more than open scrub swampland. They’ve invested their own time and money to inject life back into the 34-hectare swamp with a goal of creating more of a seasonal grassy wetland, which means it will be wet in wet years and dry when the seasons are dry. Work includes cleaning up the weeds and fencing it off to enable more regeneration of native vegetation via controlled stock grazing. Changes they’ve noticed so far include having full ground coverage over summer instead of a dry barren swamp bed. Stephen said a Brolga pair came

and went between Dead Wallup and Maryvale swamps, and in 2015 the native companions brought along a new addition to the family to dance in the paddocks near the house. And when Dead Wallup contained water it attracted hundreds of birds, frogs such as the threatened Growling Grass Frog, water beetles and insects. South of the swamp they are also preserving a stand of buloke trees that are up to 200 years old, and another stand of bulokes that are around 100 years old to maintain habitat for the Red-tailed Black Cockatoos. The family is using funding through Wimmera Catchment Management Authority’s Wetland Protection Incentives program to help complete the work. “The benefits of cleaning up our swamps and looking after our natural areas range from creating a better wildlife habitat to better control of weeds. And overall we’re adding value to the farm,” Stephen said. “But it’s not all about the monetary value. A lot of it is simply about being able to walk down there when there’s water in the swamp with the kids and grandkids to see the frogs and birds, and working in the workshop watching the cockatoos come in for a drink.” West Wimmera contains around 25 percent of Victoria’s wetlands. More than 90 percent of the wetlands are on private land. To express interest in funding to protect and enhance private wetlands via Wimmera CMA’s Wetland Protection Incentive program, funded through the state and federal governments, phone 5382 9951 or email wcma@

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allee Machinery Field Days organisers expect more than 8000 people to flock to Speed for this year’s event.

Committee secretary Andrew McLean said about 300 exhibitors would showcase their wares at the two-day event on Wednesday and Thursday next week. He said people would come from far and wide for the annual event, which boasted machinery and equipment worth $1-million on display. He said the field days offered companies a good opportunity to showcase new products and services. “The big companies usually bring along some new machinery, but they don’t really let us know what it is because they prefer to launch it themselves,” he said. “We also have a couple of people bringing drones this year, which will be a highlight.

“The drones have the ability to take aerial photos of crops and should create a bit of interest.” Mr McLean said site-holders hailed from most Australian states, along with New Zealand. “We’re happy with the number of sites we have,” he said. “What we call the ‘undercover tent’ has been booked out for a while now. “That has 54 sites and will include representatives from three different boarding schools, grain merchants, mining company Iluka Resources and healing therapy and pain relief providers.” Mr McLean said field days patrons could also speak with agronomists, and try wine tasting and sample regional produce. “There is enough happening to suit diverse interests, without taking the focus away from the agricultural side of things,” he said.

“It is a machinery field days run by farmers, for farmers, but we do have a few additional site-holders to cater for broader interests.” Mr McLean said regional service clubs would provide catering. “It’s a good fundraising opportunity for our service clubs,” he said. “We get offered outside catering every year, but we like to have our clubs involved.” The field days committee is a sub-committee of the Speed Lions Club. The event was first run in 1979 and featured 39 dealers. “Today the field days has earned the respect of the industry,” Mr McLean said. “It is a major event on the agricultural calendar and one of the biggest in the Mallee.” Gates open at 8.30am on both days and close at 5pm. Mr McLean said people could visit for more information.

FIELD DAYS FUN: Mallee Machinery Field Days usually attracts a crowd of more than 8000. Organisers expect a similar turnout at this year’s two-day event.

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he Royal Flying Doctor Service will offer a chance to explore a Flying Doctors plane simulator at Mallee Machinery Field Days in Speed next week. The service will also provide vital health checks and information on living a healthy lifestyle. The Flying Doctors are providing more services to Victoria, particularly the Mallee, and this year’s field days will be part of the program. Farmers and the community will be able to have free diabetes and cardiovascular health check-ups at Speed, as part of Victoria’s Mobile Health Care program. As part of the diabetes and cardiovascular health checkups the health care team, with Monash University medical and nursing students, will be checking people’s blood pressure, testing type 2 diabetes and BMI. Royal Flying Doctor Service Victoria chief executive Scott Chapman said the service had identified areas where health

IMPRESSIVE SITE: Winners of the best exhibitors’ sites at last year’s Mallee Machinery Field Days were from left, Phil Eames of Sunrise Ag, winner of best large site; Jamie Hooper of Jamie’s Dressings, winner of best under cover site; and SaraJane Rice of Royal Flying Doctors, winner of best small site.

specialists could make a real difference in community health. “Our Primary Health Care programs bring a range of health services to communities that would otherwise have great difficulty accessing specialist or even basic primary health care,” he said. “We also provide a diabetes telehealth service, which is bulk billed and connects patients in the Mildura area with specialists in Melbourne through teleconferencing. “The Flying Doctors rely on the support of the community to deliver these programs and the field days are also a chance to engage with our generous donors and supporters.” The service will also have an aeromedical simulator at the field days, with adults and children encouraged to explore the life-sized replica of a Flying Doctors’ plane fuselage. The service will be at the field days from 10-4pm on both Wednesday and Thursday.

Feedback wanted on discussion paper The State Government is calling for people to give feedback on a Victorian food and fibre discussion paper before August 17. As part of a $200 million Future Industries Fund, the discussion paper opens a conversation about growing jobs and prosperity in the food and fibre sector. Industry Minister Lily D’Ambrosio and Agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford encouraged members of the food and fibre sector, including farmers, fishers, foresters and

manufacturers to have a say on opportunities, challenges and strategic choices that Victoria should make to help set the sector up for continued success and growth. The Victorian food and fibre sector employs more than 190,000 people and accounts for one in six jobs in regional areas, underpinning the prosperity of many towns and communities. The Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources will consult widely with relevant industry groups and professionals, businesses,


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August 5-6, 2015 at Speed

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t will be a case of what is happening in the sky, on the plants and under the soil at the Tin Shed Talks at this year’s Mallee Machinery Field Days at Speed next week. The talks, presented by Department of Economic Development Jobs Transport and Resources, not only provide a chance to hear the latest on a range of agronomic issues but to meet and chat to the department’s experts. Display co-ordinator and the department’s land management extension officer Heather Drendel said the talks would continue this year with themes of weather, crop health and soil moisture. “There’s been a lot of talk about El Nino, maybe too much talk, but El Nino does not always equal drought,” she said “Our popular seasonal risk agronomist Dale Grey will explain where the current event is up to, and what the predictions for spring show from the world’s medium-term climate models.” Mrs Drendel said the department’s crop doctor and region-

vide some insights into how the crop is likely to perform through the range of conditions that could be experienced this spring,” she said. Visitors will also be able to meet and talk to a range of staff at site 130-131. Talks will be from 10am11am and from 1.30pm to 2.30pm next Wednesday, and next Thursday. Speakers and topics - Dale Grey - seasonal update; Dale Boyd - soil moisture and Frank Henry - crop health .

Grain updates CROP DOCTOR: Frank Henry will be at the State Government site at Mallee Machinery Field Days. al research agronomist Frank Henry would also be on hand to check out crops and talk about crop disease issues. “Mr Henry will provide an update on crop disease and encourages farmers to bring in samples of any crops that they have concerns about,” she said. “He is also happy to answer any questions during his talk about disease concerns.” In another talk, the depart-

ment’s agronomist Dale Boyd will provide an update of the measured soil moisture conditions across the state with a focus on the Mallee region. “Soil moisture levels at this time of year are particularly important as plant water demands start to increase from August onwards,” Mrs Drendel said. “Knowledge of the deep soil moisture reserves pro-

Growers, advisers, researchers and all other grains industry personnel in the southern cropping region are being offered a unique opportunity to have a say about the programs for next year’s Grains Research and Development Corporation grains research updates in the southern region. The Grains Research and Development Corporation has issued an industry-wide call for suggestions on topics and speakers for the updates in February, 2016. Suggestions can be submitted via email to or by phoning 5441 6176.

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Victorian farmers are returning to the sheep industry in droves thanks to an increase in sheep meat production and a surge in wool and lamb prices, according to the inaugural 2015 National Sheep and Wool Update.

The report says a recent trend of Victorian producers changing from wool breeds to dual-purpose sheep and prime lambs has continued to the increase in sheep meat production across the state. The report, launched by Rural Bank and Rural Finance’s specialist insights team Ag Answers, provides producers and industry with an analysis of the sheep and wool sectors. Rural Bank and Rural Finance sales and business development general manager Andrew Smith said the increase in the number of sheep farmers throughout Victoria was a trend he hoped would continue well into the future. “After decades of declining flock numbers, an increase in wool and lamb prices has regenerated and reinvigorated the Victorian sheep industry. This recent upswing in interest in the sector is very encouraging,” Mr Smith said. “While challenges remain, sheep producers have cause to be optimistic about the future of the industry.” Nationally, high commodity prices and a lower Australian dollar, combined with a buoyant wool market and renewed international demand for Australian lamb, has produced a positive outlook for the Australian sheep industry. “Advantageous market conditions combined with a national flock of less than 70 million has reinvigorated the sheep and wool industry, leading to above-average prices and increased international demand for its products,” Mr Smith said. In addition to the national data, the report includes state-based statistics on recent and predicted rainfall, sheep meat production and flock size, wool production, domestic demand and export performance, as well as lamb, mutton and wool price analysis. To view the National Sheep and Wool Update, visit:

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Country Practice Country Practice is commissioned by NETS Victoria, curated by Geoff Newton. It runs from 31 July - 27 September 2015 at Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Jubilee Hall, 21 Roberts Avenue, Horsham. The Weekly Advertiser presents a four-page lift-out on the exhibition.



’ll admit there has been much discussion about the title of this exhibition – why choose something as loaded as Country Practice? It’s like the Aussie version of All Creatures Great and Small and in some ways these cliché soap operas inform our collective idea of what it means to live regionally. The title references an ongoing exploration and dialogue with regional cities. By ‘practice’ I wanted to refer to the idea or term used to describe what an artist does. I guess a little like a doctor, an artist has a ‘practice’ and keeps making ‘work’ to see both material and conceptual ideas come to fruition. And I think that the role of what an artist does in society is constantly challenged, reassessed and develops along with the evolution of cultures.

The works in the exhibition are largely based upon modes of communication, social engagement and sharing. For example, in my own work I like to think that I’m making a document of a view or landscape which has not been documented by painting – and by that I mean I’m referring to another time when an artist would have been sent out to make sketches of land, buildings, flora or fauna to provide a record which would be then used to measure the object, or at least to provide a document of it. Nowadays of course you might use Google to look up if there is enough parking at the restaurant you’re headed to, if it’s close to the beach, to the airport, etc. It’s a forgettable image, as momentary as a detour. I like the improbable idea that perhaps one day if the Internet packs it in, there will only be paintings and drawings left as a document of the current

times. But who would want to paint a picture of an iPhone? Ridiculous I know. The way in which we consume images, like, share and admire them, generate and delete images in their billions across today’s social media

a little comforted by the notion that community noticeboards are still effective ways of letting people know about something, like a real trading post.

in the exhibition will offer another context for the everyday, they might for instance alter ones habitual perception or perhaps offer cause for momentary reflection.

In many ways the works in the ex-

Why did someone design a Yoga bulletin board like that? I never knew the art gallery was across the road from Cheap as Chips. There is a long history of pigeon fanciers in Horsham? A renowned pianist gifted many of the treasures in the art gallery collection? These are a few of the questions and statements we’ve generated as artists, providing the basis for works in the exhibition. Now it seems only reasonable to acknowledge that the projects didn’t necessarily begin like this – however we really did have this conversation, no matter how digressive it seems transcribed here...

“There is a long history of pigeon fanciers in Horsham?” landscape is staggering – however perhaps it’s also heartening to think that a fleeting glimpse is still just a fleeting glimpse. Also it’s reassuring to know that pigeons have a value outside of beautifying city buildings and feasting on the detritus of large crowds. I’m surprised and perhaps

hibition have been based upon things in the everyday world of Horsham – photographs, buildings, community groups and local institutions. Outside a gallery situation none of these things would seem like art. They don’t need to. Yet, as a collection of ideas, objects and creative practice, the works

The artists in conversation Kate Daw (KD): So tell me what you’re doing? Isabelle Sully: Well when we went to Horsham I went through the Horsham Regional Art Gallery’s (HRAG) collection and picked out a number of paintings that I just gravitated toward. For some reason one of them was the most expensive one in the collection, and I’d had this idea where I’d wanted to show something somewhere else in town. Geoff Newton (GN): And this is the Mack Jost Collection? IS: Yeah, which is the main collection of the gallery. It was donated a number of decades ago, and then over the years the gallery has collected works to add to it.

also like the idea of the souvenir in relation to this show, which commemorative coins often come to be. KD: It’s funny, I was looking at Madame Bovary today online because I’ve always been really interested in that novel. And she is a woman

IS: Yeah. It’s just so interesting as well because this story that is essentially about a form of sexual exploitation, is the reason why everyone painted the nude for so many years. Like JeanLéon Gérôme, Rembrandt Harmenzoon van Rijn, Artemisia, Gentileschi, everyone, painted Susanna as a nude. So it’s kind of interesting

“...basically facsimiles of actual notice boards from where she lives in LA”

IS: How big are they? GN: So they’re 90 x 60 cm’s. They’re little. But it’s the same company that paints advertisements for Walmart. They’re like a multi-national Chinese company. And I think, at the time I was like ‘well you know if you got to get your car fixed you’re not going to work out how to do it’. I kind of took that route trying to, not defend myself, but just to go look I don’t have the technical aptitude to do this… IS: But you also said a good thing to me a while ago about the history of patronage in landscape painting and about commissioning the view. GN: Yeah, well I sort of took it from when you were looking at those etchings by Nicholas Chevalier. When we went to the gallery Isabelle was interested in, well were they like Chevalier originals?

KD: So tell me what the painting is? Isabelle Sully (IS): It’s a Rupert Bunny painting. And coincidently Adam Harding (HRAG Director) was talking about how it’s also the most popular painting in the collection as well.

IS: Yeah, of all these banks. Which is why I started thinking about banks in the first place.

KD: And what is it of?

KD: So these are the view from the gallery?

IS: It’s called Susanna and the Elders. It’s actually a biblical story and it’s this tale of a woman who is married to a senior elder and she is bathing outside. Then these two other elders come along and through spying on her accrue desire and attempt to seduce her. But of course she isn’t interested because she’s married…

GN: This is the view from the existing gallery, so with all the scaffolding. You can also see the little lens glare from the original photo. KD: But you know what they talk to? Time. And passing time… obviously, in the view. But also time poor and the time painting. And I think that’s really interesting.

KD: Mmm IS: And so through rejection they go and claim to the courts that it was the other way round: that Susanna, the married woman, actually tried to seduce them. And so she gets accused of adultery and sentenced to death. KD: Wow!

GN: Pretty good hey?

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IS: It’s this biblical moral tale that is ac- 2015, Oil on linen, 60 x 90 cm, Courtesy the artist tually referenced all the time throughout the history of art because it is one of the more legitimising stories that enabled artists to paint who was kind of persecuted for having desire. I wonder if there is a relationship there? the nude back in the day. KD: Right. That’s interesting… IS: I wanted to show something outside the gallery and I was thinking about a bank as a place that has a similar kind of social currency, both in terms of security and, perhaps in my eyes, a kind of necessity too. So hopefully the original painting is going to be hung in the bank, and then I’ve designed this commemorative coin to accompany the painting that is going to be installed in the gallery. So the coin is two sided like the moral tale and also borrows the language of the bank through alluding to money. But I

that that gets forgotten for aesthetic pursuits and a different kind of objectification.

IS: Yeah, right. Well this is funny because it was the first time, well you know within the history that we’re dealing with here anyway, where cross-examination happened. Because in the story, this child in the town said that they should try the two elders and get both sides of their story. There was something to do with a specific kind of tree in her garden, which they both got wrong when recounting what happened. And so she was freed. But yeah, I wonder.

KD: That’s all great. And what about you Geoff?

KD: Because a lot of those novels do come from those kinds of origins.

KD: Oh my gosh, is that one of them? That’s amazing.

GN: Well what about I show you the images of these paintings and then we can have a bit of a discussion. KD: So are you somehow just finding time to paint all these? GN: No I’m not. The thing about these is, I got them made in China…

GN: Well you know, I sort of come back to the Chevalier thing where it’s like, you know, sending an artist out to document something. So I guess the other part of this is, I love the story from Tower Hill. Where Eugene von Guerard went out and painted Tower Hill in Warrnambool and decades later they tried to repopulate the hill with the trees he put in there. Because you know, he’s this German romantic painter. IS: So he added to the landscape? GN: Yeh, and then they planted all the trees. So that’s become this kind of hallowed site where artists have gone to paint. But when thinking about the Chevalier it’s something like the lord sending someone out to documenting the buildings in a way that a photograph might do. Continues next page.


KD: But also I don’t think it has to be completely resolved as an idea. For me, the fact that it’s opened something up is the interesting thing to think through. As well as the fact that you’ve got someone else to paint them. IS: My Nana was telling me the other day about her travels in Europe in the 70s and she went to this city that’s famous for being more beautiful in real life than in any postcard reproduction of itself. It’s one of the only cities in the world… KD: What city is this? IS: I think it might have been somewhere in Scandinavia? But where any postcard just doesn’t do it justice. Whereas you look at ones of Melbourne and the lighting is perfect or whatever. But I think there is something about a postcard in these paintings too. KD: Yeah there is something incredibly mundane as well. They’re so interesting with all those car spaces and the parallel parks and their relationship to earlier Californian painting. GN: Norman Rockwell! IS: I think they’re like a George Shaw painting, the one on the left. GN: Oh yeah.

our art! IS: Look at that Toyota Camry! KD: Yeah, it’s sooo Australian. GN: Yeah, this really feels of the place to me. KD: So are you going to have any text accompanying them? GN: Just the title. KD: And what about author? GN: Just me. KD: So are you going to reveal that they were painting overseas? GN: Well if people want to know, yeah. I’m not going to hide the fact that I didn’t physically paint them. IS: But that’s not important to you as part of the work? GN: To me that just opens up this whole other line of it being about something that it’s not. It’s kind of not meant to open up questions about economy and authorship. I got them outsourced, and this is what they are. KD: There is this new technician at VCA and before he got this job he was a sky painter for, you know images of Hong Kong Harbor with the boats and the ferries and all those kinds of promotion things. He was on the clouds. His whole family did it, they all did

“...I think it just wanted it to be so that the audience looks and goes, ‘oh that’s blah blah.” KD: The Rockwell thing is really interesting in terms of the idealised country town. IS: That is what’s interesting about this too! Which is that you’ve given this image to someone who’s never seen Horsham and they’ve stylised it in their own way. GN: Mmm. I like the bit, how the asphalt is so economic. What you do is you send them the image and they grade it out of ten according to the difficulty and then you pay them according to that. So two people painted both these ones. KD: Have you got the originals yet?

IS: Did you want to talk a little bit about the pigeons too, Kate? KD: Yes. Well when Stewart and I work together we tend to focus on either a political situation or a kind of civil rights situation, or often a history that is disappearing or endangered in some way. And the pigeons, as we’ve got to know a little bit more about it has really come into that last area of interest. As you know, pigeon racing is a dying kind of craft, and something that has incredible history that is looking like it hasn’t got much of a future. And the kind of intricacies in the people that are still doing it, and that insider knowledge of what birds do, and the inherent mystery about how people don’t actually know how pigeons find their way home. IS: I remember when we first started talking about it in Horsham when Stewart discovered the pigeon club and he said, ‘yeah we’ll let them out in Melbourne and they’ll come back home’. And I had no idea that that was a thing that happened. KD: Something actually came out a couple of weeks ago, which is that they now think that birds that have a homing instinct and do it by smell. Which is pretty interesting. But there have been a couple of theories of magnetic forces and them being attune to that. So all those things have kind come together and we’re just learning about them I guess. But great stories and great communities, which seems perfect for a bit of a look at when it comes to country town activities too. GN: I wonder when those pigeons stopped taking messages from place to place. Was there a definitive time? Like when they send them out, do they still attach things to the birds? KD: The ones we’re looking at are for racing. So they’ve all got these electronic platforms and the birds have got chips on their rings around their legs. But we’ve been into these clubs and seen these machines where the birds come in from their races and they pull the rubber band off their legs and drop it in this hole and the machine ticks over and prints out the time. And it’s the only accurate way you can measure the time it’s actually taken them to fly back to the loft. IS: Wow!

KD: And these objects, they’re amazing. And they’re completely going to be obsolete because they’re IS: So you think you’re all becoming electronically like Rembrandt with this tagged now. So we haven’t workshop behind you. been involved with messagKD: But also Geoff I es, and I guess the really was thinking, with Country Fiona Connor, Community Notice Board (Ladera),2015, interesting history is of them Practice and city life it sort Custom magnetic blackboard, stain,silkscreen and UV print in wartime and how they of ties into that thing of on aluminum plates, magnets, 91.4 x 61 cm, Courtesy of used them. Stewarts uncovnot having time to sit and the artist and Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland ered these amazing pictures paint. It’s clichéd, and there of these wartime lofts from is something cliché about the the Second World War with all these views in the paintings. But they still skies. I thought how amazing, there is English officers, something like from something very poetic about that. raise all those questions. Dad’s Army. Old trucks that have been IS: Why don’t you want to open up custom built to carry these pigeons around, and to send them off into GN: But I think I just wanted it to be questions about economy? so that the audience looks and goes, GN: Well I want this image to be frontlines or to meet the resistance. ‘oh that’s blah blah.’ the stand in for the photographic doc- You know, amazing, amazing histories. KD: Yeah, so there is a recogni- umentation of looking. And I think it allows a distance between the maker IS: When we were all in Horsham tion factor. They’re just going to love these, and then they’re going to look and the work, which allows me to Stewart discovered that story of the at them and think ‘oh gosh, they’re talk about it in a different way, to be pigeon that got the Order of Australia. made in China’. Like everything subjective. KD: Yeah, for its work on Manus Iswe do is outsourced to China, even land during the war. It was incredible. KD: Mmm. GN: Yeah, they’re in the cupboard if you wanna see them.

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Isabelle Sully, Sometimes you need things, and other times they’re just nice to have, 2015, cast bronze commemorative coin, 6cm x 6cm x 0.4cm, Courtesy of the artist

IS: So is the work organizing the pigeon flight and the flags? KD: Raising consciousness around it. So yes, the flight coupled with the flags flying around the town. IS: And do you know what Fiona is doing Geoff? GN: So Fiona’s made these two community notice boards, which are basically facsimiles of actual notice boards from where she lives in LA. KD: That sounds good! GN: Yeah it’s nice. You know, that displacement of a message from Melbourne comes to Horsham with the pigeons, the painting by Bunny which is based on such-and-such which is from the Greco-Roman reference in the bank, my paintings, you know. KD: There is a lot of distance in this show. From China to here, and LA etc. I think that is all very interesting. IS: I think so too. And especially when thinking about the next iterations of the show and this idea of travelling. Country Practice is commissioned by NETS Victoria, curated by Geoff Newton. It runs from 31 July - 27 September 2015 at Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Jubilee Hall, 21 Roberts Avenue, Horsham.

PREVIOUS PAGE Fiona Connor, Community Notice Board (Pizza), 2015, Corkboard, paint, silkscreen and UV print on aluminium plates, foil, pins, staples, 104.1 x 68.6 cm, Courtesy of the artist and Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland BACK PAGE Kate Daw & Stewart Russell, Horsham Homing Club (club photographs), 2015 (detail), installation of Ern Sheppard photographs on loan from the Horsham Homing Club collection, Horsham, Courtesy of the artists and Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne

The Horsham Homing Club or Man and Pigeon The Horsham Homing Club, the last surviving pigeon racing club in the Wimmera, is a living treasure. Established around 1917 by a group of well known Horsham families (the Langlands, Waterfields, Wrights and Hoskings to name but a few…) the club is a rich source of community knowledge, people, stories and adventures. The relationship between man and pigeon probably goes back to the emergence of man-made structures. As pigeons in nature often roost & nest on stepped rock formations much like architecture, it’s probable the emergence of buildings would have brought pigeons into day to day relationship with humans. Records of sophisticated architecture, specifically designed for pigeons, are still found in modern day Iran. Designed to provide fertilizer for Persian farmers these handsome mud brick & stucco lofts describe a continuous & symbiotic relationship between man and pigeons dating back over 5000 years. By the time the H.H.C was formed in 1917, homing pigeons were an integral resource for the Signal Corps and played a key role in communications during the First World War and were still widely used in the Second. Many Victorian clubs donated pigeons to the war effort and as a means of communication were still remarkably effective, saving large numbers of Australian lives. H.H.C member Jack Tydeman was in the Signals Corps, working with pigeons during the Second World War, when two pigeons donated from Victorian clubs received the Dickin Medal, the equivalent of the Victoria Cross for animals. This new work for Country Practice aims to throw a light on the last pigeon racing club in the Wimmera club as it approaches it’s 100 year milestone. We’re grateful for the opportunity to access a world we knew little of, and there’s so much we still need to ask and understand, but we sense showing this work at the gallery will uncover a wave of stories, knowledge & reflection. The club is the starting point for our new artwork that takes the form of a map, a flag, a pigeon race and an archival collection of black & white photographs by Ern Sheppard, all of which record champion pigeons and the flyers who bred and raced them. The map will chart past and present race points on the three race “lines” connecting Horsham to remote communities, villages and towns to the north, south and west. The early launch sites followed the railways, today the pigeons travel by road. Their journey back to Horsham describes a geography largely untraveled, over landscapes mostly imagined from maps and the races evocative starting points - Pimba, Goondiwindi, Tailem Bend, Morgan, Barringun, Ouyen, Wonthaggi, Marree, Birdsville, Tarcoola, Waikerie, Terowie…” The flag introduces a public component and will fly on the T&G building on Firebrace Street. The design utilises a 1973 photograph found in the H.H.C collection of the winner of the South Derby, bred and raced by Vasil Filip. The archive reveals an extraordinary collection of framed photographs, lovingly crafted by local Ern Sheppard, from the 1960’s and ‘70s. These images of the breeders, trainers and the pigeons themselves have been collected over a period of time and document the main players of the day and form a fascinating insight into the culture of the club. The race sees H.H.C. pigeons carrying messages from Melbourne back to Horsham. The event retraces the path taken by the artists participating in this exhibition, a response to a touring exhibition and the spirit of communication and dialogue. We have just discovered that Goondiwindi derives from an Aboriginal word meaning “ the resting place of birds “. This snippet of history definitely needs following up, along with many other recently uncovered ideas, narratives and experiences of the illustrious yet fading sport of pigeon racing. Kate Daw & Stewart Russell

Scholarship for Ararat teenager


ormer Ararat College student Jenny Moss is the recipient of a $75,000 Macpherson Smith Rural Foundation scholarship. She is one of seven recipients selected from 200 applications from across regional Victoria this year. Kate Maddern of Kaniva received a similar scholarship in April. The



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an individual’s tertiary costs, helping with financial aid, mentoring, leadership development and individual support during tertiary education. Foundation leaders awarded the scholarship to Ms Moss for her ‘outstanding leadership potential and passion and commitment to her local community’. They said in an official statement that Ms Moss, raised at

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Tatyoon, had a compassionate and devoted spirit that sparkled at a young age. ‘Inspired by her sister who suffers from incurable Rett Syndrome and the joy she felt when caring for her, Jenny knew early in her schooling years that helping others was her destiny. ‘Despite her own family hardships, she has raised thousands of dollars for Red Cross


and World Hunger to provide livestock and fresh tap water to third world villages.’

Awards In 2013 and 2014, Ms Moss received awarded Rotary Young Carer Scholarships through Young Carers Victoria. The Macpherson Smith Rural Foundation Future Rural Leaders Scholarship Program started in 2010 to recognise



1. What product, historically used in the production of wine, do we get from the outer bark of a tree with the Latin name Quercus suber? 2. If someone was suffering from the rare psychiatric condition called clinical lycanthropy, what would form the basis of their condition? 3. Peter Lalor was a Victorian parliamentarian but was probably better known for his role in what? 4. In popular literature, what is the common name of John Clayton, Viscount Greystoke?

5. True or false? The Wimmera is the natural home to two rare sub-species of ‘old-world’ chameleon lizards. 6. In what national park would you find Jimmy Creek Campground – the Grampians or Little Desert? 7. What Frenchman, engaged to chart the coast of Australia, had an historic encounter with Matthew Flinders, given the same job by the English, in 1802?

8. What are the three most common numbers on the prison badges worn by Walt Disney comic-character villains The Beagle Boys? 9. Max Crow played for Essendon, St Kilda and Footscray during his VFL career. He is among people returning for a Mallee Football League reunion this year. What was his original Mallee club? 10. What massive controversial musical hit of 1979 was based on the explanation given by 16-year-old Brenda Ann Spencer of why she went on a murderous shooting spree at a Californian school?

Answers: 1. Cork. 2. They had delusions that they had the ability to transform or had already transformed into a werewolf or another non-human animal. Lycanthrope is another name for a werewolf. 3. He led the Eureka rebellion in Ballarat. He is the only outlaw to become a member of parliament. 4. Tarzan. The fictional character was created by Edgar Rice Burroughs. There have been more than 200 movies featuring the name ‘Tarzan’. 5. False. Despite Australia and the Wimmera having an enormous variety of lizard species, there are no chameleons native to Australia. They are primarily from Africa, southern Europe, the Middle East and India. 6. Grampians National Park. It is west of Mafeking. 7. Nicholas Baudin. Baudin is responsible for the names of coastal landmarks such as the Fleurieu Peninsula in SA. 9. One, seven and six. These are usually together in various combinations such as 176-761. The Beagle Boys first appeared in Disney comics in 1951. 9. Underbool. 10. I Don’t Like Mondays by English band the Boomtown Rats, fronted by Bob Geldoff.

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long difference to her community in rural and regional Victoria.” Agricultural food-production company Hassad Australia provided sponsorship for the scholarship. Hassad Australia’s sponsorship enabled the foundation to offer dedicated scholarships to students from West Wimmera, Glenelg and Ararat municipalities this year.


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regional and rural teenagers who demonstrated leadership potential and a commitment to their communities. Chairman Rob Knowles: “Without the scholarships, amazing young people like Jenny might not have reached their full potential. “She might have missed out on a tertiary education, or worse, not realised her dreams of making a significant life-

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Day – Saturday April 25 – when the warehouse was closed, so no staff were injured. The Mobis team was relocated to the Hyundai Australia main office the following Monday. The team swung into its disaster action plan with the co-operation of the South Korean head office, placing the first large bulkorder of replacement stock within 24 hours. Just a day later, the offline IT system was reinstated, allowing parts distribution to continue using the significant residual stockpile spread across the Hyundai dealership network. A replacement for the 30,000 square-metre facility was sourced and on May 8 the first of two temporary warehouses was acquired, followed by a sec-

The freak weather event in April dumped up to 200mm of hail and rain on Sydney’s west, destroying the Korean manufacturer’s central parts distribution hub, but the company’s disaster action response has returned operations to normal. Two new temporary warehouses, also in Sydney’s west and also operated by Hyundai’s parts division Mobis, achieved a 90 percent fill-rate by the end of June, at the same time breaking Hyundai’s monthly parts sales record. Fortunately, the warehouse collapsed on Anzac

ond site on June 1, to equal the original footprint. The first of 380 containers of relief stock arrived just three days after the acquisition of the first warehouse, with consignments starting on May 13. Despite initially having no racking in the warehouse, the Hyundai team achieved 85 percent of its May target. In total, more than 1000 pallets of air freight and 1000 pallets of local freight was processed through the new locations in just five weeks. Hyundai Motor Company Australia public relations manager Bill Thomas told GoAuto the company was delighted with the team’s performance and how effectively the contingency plan had proven. “This was a disaster,

plain and simple, and the recovery has been nothing short of miraculous,” he said. “What it demonstrates in my opinion is that when highly professional and committed people are brought together to face a crisis, they are able to overcome even the most challenging of situations. “The problem was quite extraordinary but so was the result – it was amazing to see this team in action.” Hyundai also praised the efforts of Mobis senior sales and marketing manager Mark Harrington, who orchestrated a significant part of the worst-case scenario plan and the reinstating of operations. Daniel Gardner © GoAutoMedia, 2015

REDUCED TO PARTS: Hyundai’s national spares centre was leveled by a freak storm on Anzac Day, but the network was back on its feet just weeks later.

Netherlands wants more Bushmasters KANIVA MOTORS Thales’ defence vehicle plant in Bendigo has won another significant order for its wellestablished Bushmaster armoured troop carrier.

The Dutch defence forces want an extra 12 Bushmasters to add to the 86 they bought between 2006 and 2009. Thales Australia chief executive Chris Jenkins said the new order would be delivered by the middle of 2016. “The Bushmaster has proven itself on operations with the Dutch military in Afghanistan and is a vital component of their Light Brigade,” he said. “This export order shows their continuing confidence in the Bushmaster, its ability to protect troops in theatre and to save lives.” The Netherlands is the second biggest buyer of Bushmasters, behind Australia, which now operates 1050 Bushmasters. Other countries to use the Bushmaster are Jamaica, with

12, and Japan, with four. Although Thales is not saying anything, a report on the eliteukforces website indicates British special forces, the SAS, used 24 Bushmasters in its Iraq campaign, particularly for patrolling urban areas. The Bushmaster’s V-shaped hull is ideal for deflecting blasts from improvised explosive devices or mines. The bodywork and glass can also withstand small arms fire up to 7.6mm. The Bushmaster has four lockable roof hatches that serve as gun ports or escape hatches. Gun mounts on three of the hatches can accommodate machine guns, grenade and heavy calibre machine guns. The new order is good news for the Thales operation in Bendigo, which is the only defence vehicle plant in the Thales group. Thales operates in 56 countries and has revenue of $A19.3 billion a year. Since the Bushmaster was launched in 1998, more than

1100 have been made at the rate of about five a month. The Defence Department is not saying how many are still operable. A Thales spokesman said maintainability was good thanks to the extensive use of commercial off-the-shelf components and the ready access the design offers for maintenance in the field. “The Bushmaster has a wellestablished supply chain that has been functioning efficiently for many years,” he said. “It involves more than 100 suppliers who deliver parts as required for either maintenance or upgrade. The company also keeps stores of critical parts to ensure quick turnaround times.” The 12.4-tonne machines can carry up to 10 personnel, including the driver, and have a steel, V-shaped hull to deflect mine blasts. They comes in seven different variants, costing about $560,000 each. The Bushmaster is powered by a 7.2-litre turbo-charged

Caterpillar diesel churning out 246kW and 1166Nm into a sixspeed automatic ZF transmission. It is limited to 100km/h. The spokesman said the Bushmaster had evolved and been upgraded since its launch and was still competitive as a mobile and life-saving vehicle. Thales is developing a smaller armoured vehicle in response to the ADF’s Land 121 procurement program. The fourth phase of Land 121 calls for the supply of 1300 ‘light protected mobility vehicles’, and Thales has designed and developed its four-to-six-seat Hawkei vehicle for this contract. The Hawkei has been named by the ADF as the preferred vehicle, and prototypes have been undergoing rigorous testing for some time. The 1300 vehicles to be bought by the ADF will replace about one -third of the ADF’s Land Rover fleet. Ian Porter © GoAutoMedia, 2015

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Grampians Estate Winter has truly arrived with snow in the Grampians and plenty of cold weather. An ideal time to savour the region’s world class red wines in front of a raging fire. Grampians Estate, a James Halliday five red star winery, is renowned for the quality of its shiraz and sparkling shiraz, but other varieties shine too. This month a shiraz won a trophy at the Royal Queensland show whilst the Grenache was awarded five stars by Winestate. A new blend created by the winemaking team is the Grampians GST. It is made from Grenache, Shiraz and Tempranillo. With a name like that, we say it has 10% more flavour. However, it is at the cellar door where you get such a wholesome experience. Apart from tasting up to a dozen wines under the guidance of friendly, knowledgeable staff, you can purchase local produce, books and glassware whilst enjoying a cheese platter and espresso coffee. Gourmet Traveller Wine magazine recently awarded Grampians Estate with ‘best small cellar door’ and ‘cellar door with best food’ for the Grampians region. Last month Australia celebrated ‘National Sparkling Red day’. Pioneered at Great Western, sparkling red and in particular, sparkling Shiraz is a truly great Australian invention. Grampians Estate’s Rutherford Sparkling Shiraz is a flagship wine and continues the tradition. Make sure you try some soon!

Rising dramatically from the Wimmera plains of Western Victoria, Grampians National Park provides protection to vast areas of cultural and environmental significance. Surrounded by the park and nestled between the Wonderland and Mount William ranges, the village of Halls Gap is the perfect place to begin a winter adventure. Start by visiting one of the many waterfalls that come to life with the increased rain, such as Turret, Splitters or Clematis Falls. The cooler conditions are also perfect for going on one of the many bushwalks and spotting some native wildlife, with wallabies, kangaroos, emus and birdlife in abundance throughout Fyans Valley. Make sure you keep an eye on the weather forecast for snow in the mountains and take a journey to the summit of Mount William to experience a winter wonderland. Additionally, there are many great car-touring and four-wheel-driving opportunities where you can visit lookouts, picnic areas and experience the vibrance of the Park during the winter months. For further information on walking or driving in Grampians National Park call into Brambuk – The National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap or visit the Parks Victoria website at

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TEN 7:00 Ben’s Menu [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Family Feud Encore [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 Program To Be Advised 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 1:30 ET [s] 2:00 The Doctors (M mp) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News [s] 6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Bachelor Australia (PG) 8:30 Zoo (M) 9:30 Law & Order: SVU (M v,a) 10:30 Blue Bloods (M v,a) 11:30 The Project - Encore [s] 12:30 Movie Juice (PG) 1:00 The Doctors (PG)

ABC 6:00 ABC News [s] 10:00 Australian Story [s] 10:30 Foreign Correspondent [s]11:00 The Dreamhouse (PG) 11:30 Exhumed [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 2:00 The Time Of Our Lives (M s,a) [s] 3:00 Catalyst [s] 3:30 Program To Be Advised 3:45 Father Brown (PG) 4:30 Eggheads [s] 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Antiques Roadshow 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7:30 [s] 8:00 Who’s Been Sleeping In My House? [s] 8:30 Glitch (M l,v) [s] 9:30 Dirty Laundry (M) [s] 10:20 Lateline [s] 10:50 The Business [s] 11:05 Good Cop (M a,l,v) 12:05 Bluestone 42 (MA15+l,s) [s]

6:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMZ 2:00 The Middle (PG) 2:30 The Tom & Jerry Show 3:00 Spongebob Squarepants 3:30 Rabbids Invasion 4:05 Looney Tunes Show 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Ben 10 (PG) 5:30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Middle (PG) 7:30 Britain’s Got Talent - Semi-Final 4 9:30 International Champions Cup: Real Madrid v AC Milan 11:30 Anger Management (M) 12:00 MAD (M) 12:30 Adventure Time 1:00 Regular Show 1:30 Rabbids Invasion 2:00 TMZ

7TWO 7:30 Ghosts Of Time 8:00 Pipsqueaks 8:30

6:00 Infomercial 8:00 2015 Formula 1 Pirelli Hungarian Grand Prix 9:00 Venom 10:00 Totally Wild 10:30 Just Go 11:00 M*A*S*H 12:00 The Living Room 1:00 Awake (M v) 2:00 Monster Jam 3:00 World’s Busiest 4:00 Late Show 5:00 Extreme Boats’ Big Angry Fish 5:30 I Fish 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 M*A*S*H 7:30 Last Man Standing (PG s) 8:30 The Millers (M) 9:00 Movie: “The Naked Gun” (M s) (’88) 10:45 Darren & Brose (M) 11:15 Blokesworld (MA15+ s,n) 11:45 Unsupervised (M) 12:15 Home Shopping 2:15 RPM 3:10 Maxim TV (M) 4:10 Monster Jam

GEM 6:30 Skippy 7:00 Countryfile (PG) 8:00 7MATE 7:00 Children’s Programs 10:00 Fish Hooks

9:30 Wurrawhy 10:00 Touched By An Angel (PG) 11:00 Raymond 11:30 Taxi (PG) 12:00 Medium (M v,a) 1:00 JAG (PG a) 2:00 Judging Amy (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Mork & Mindy 5:30 Becker 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Raymond 7:30 The Simpsons (PG) 8:00 Futurama 8:30 Rules Of Engagement (PG 9:00 Movie: “Mean Girls” (M a) (’04) Stars: Lindsay Lohan 11:00 Late Show 12:00 Glee (PG a) 1:00 Raymond 1:30 Clueless (PG) 2:00 Touched By An Angel


Gilmore Girls: Women Of Questionable Morals 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 River Cottage 10:45 International Champions Cup: Manchester United v PSG 1:00 Friends (PG) 1:30 The Dog Rescuers (PG) 2:00 Alive & Cooking 2:30 Secret Dealers (PG) 3:30 Big Body Squad (PG) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres (PG) 5:30 Gilmore Girls: Come Home (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 The Ashes: Third Test - Australia v England 10:30 The Ashes: Third Test Australia v England 3:00 Home Shopping

Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street 10:00 NBC Today 12:00 Chicago Fire (M v,s,a) 2:00 Private Practice (M) 3:00 Animal Airport (PG) 3:30 Martha Stewart Show 4:30 60 Minute Makeover (PG) 5:30 Homes Under The Hammer 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Doc Martin (PG a) 8:30 Lewis (M a) 10:30 Mr Selfridge (M) 11:30 Wire In The Blood: Justice Painted Blind (M v,a) 1:30 Waking The Dead (M v) 3:30 Borderline (PG) 4:00 The Martha Stewart Show 5:00 Home Shopping

10:30 Crash & Bernstein 11:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy 12:00 T. J Hooker (PG) 1:00 Covert Affairs (M s) 2:00 The Amazing Race 3:00 Swamp People 4:00 Billy The Exterminator 4:30 Gator Boys 5:30 Classic Car Rescue 6:30 Mythbusters (PG) 7:30 World’s Craziest Fools (PG a) 8:00 What Went Down (PG) 8:30 Doomsday Castle (PG l,v) 9:30 Ink Master (M l) 10:30 America’s Hardest Prisons (M) 11:45 Jail Las Vegas Jailhouse (M l) 12:15 SportsFan Clubhouse 1:30 Bizarre ER (M l,a) 2:30 Jail Las Vegas Jailhouse (M l)




WIN 5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:30 National Prime 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s]

7:00 Ben’s Menu [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Family Feud Encore [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 The Living Room - Encore (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 1:30 ET [s] 2:00 The Doctors (M mp) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News [s] 6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Living Room (PG) [s] 8:30 Program To Be Advised 11:00 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) 12:00 The Project Encore 1:00 The Doctors (PG) 2:00 Infomercial (PG)


9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Ice” (M v) (’98) Stars: Audie England & Grant Show 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 Better Homes & Gardens [s] 7:30 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 18: Hawthorn v Richmond - Bruce McAvaney and Dennis Cometti are your callers. 11:00 Off The Bench (PG) – All the latest news and issues across the VCFL 11:30 Dr Oz (PG) 12:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Children’s Programs 12:30 TMZ 2:00 The Middle (PG) 2:30 The Tom & Jerry Show 3:00 Spongebob Squarepants 3:30 Rabbids Invasion 4:05 Looney Tunes 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Ben 10: Omniverse 5:30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 6:00 Movie: “Scooby Doo On Zombie Island” (G) 7:30 Football: Wests Tigers v Melbourne Storm from Leichhardt Oval 9:30 Football: Sydney Roosters v Canterbury Bulldogs from Allianz Stadium, Sydney 11:30 Anger Management (M s) 12:00 MAD (M) 12:30 Supernatural (MA15+ v,sn) 1:30 Rabbids Invasion

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

6:00 Infomercial 8:00 Australian Rally Championship 9:00 From The Quadrangle 10:00 Totally Wild 10:30 Hardliners 11:00 M*A*S*H 12:00 Undercover Boss 1:00 Awake (M v) 2:00 Emergency Search & Rescue 3:00 Undercover Boss 4:00 Late Show 5:00 Extreme Boats’ Big Angry Fish 5:30 I Fish 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 M*A*S*H 7:30 Black Gold (PG v) 8:30 COPS: Adults Only (M a,d) 9:30 Movie: “True Justice: One Shot One Life” (M v) (’12) 11:30 Bellator MMA (M v) 1:30 Home Shopping 2:00 2015 Formula 1 Budapest Grand Prix 3:00 Darren & Brose (M)

GEM 6:30 Skippy 7:00 Secret Dealers 8:00 Gilmore 7MATE 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Children’s Pro-

10:00 Touched By An Angel (PG) 11:00 Raymond (PG) 11:30 Taxi (PG) 12:00 Medium (M v,a) 1:00 JAG (PG a) 2:00 Judging Amy (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Mork & Mindy 5:30 Becker 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Raymond (PG) 7:30 So You Think You Can Dance? 9:30 New Girl (M s,l) 10:00 Snog Marry Avoid? (M) 10:40 Sex And The City (MA15+ s,l) 11:20 Movie Juice 11:50 Late Show 12:50 Glee (PG a) 1:50 Touched By An Angel 2:55 Medium (M)


Girls: Come Home (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Countryfile (PG) 1:00 Movie: “Countryfile” (G) (’65) 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 Obese USA: Nyla - Part 2 (PG) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 Gilmore Girls: Wedding Bell Blues (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 The Ashes: Third Test Australia v England 10:30 The Ashes: Third Test - Australia v England 3:00 Movie: “The Man Who Finally Died” (PG v,a) (’62) Stars: Stanley Baker

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

jamas 4:45 Thomas and Friends 5:00 dirtgirlworld 5:30 Octonauts 6:00 Ben & Holly 6:25 Curious George 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Doctor Who: Asylum Of The Daleks (PG) 8:20 That ‘70s Show (PG) 8:40 Cherry Healey: How To Get A Life (M) 9:40 How Drugs Work: Ecstasy (MA15+d) 10:40 The Tonight Show (PG) 11:20 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (M a,l,s) 11:50 Good Game 12:20 Doctor Who (PG) 1:20 Doctor Who (PG) 1:10 Tonight Show (PG) 1:55 That ‘70s Show 2:20 ABC News

9:30 Shortland Street 10:00 NBC Today 12:00 Chicago Fire (M v,s,a) 2:00 Dr Oz 3:00 Animal Airport (PG) 3:30 The Martha Stewart Show 4:30 60 Minute Makeover 5:30 Homes Under The Hammer 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Better Homes & Gardens (PG) 8:30 Escape To The Country: Norfolk / Cornwall 10:30 Homes Under The Hammer 11:30 Best Houses Australia 12:00 Bargain Hunt: Leominster 13 1:00 Dr Oz 2:00 Borderline 2:30 Escape To The Country 3:30 The Martha Stewart Show 4:30 Animal Airport 5:00 Home Shopping grams 10:00 Fish Hooks 10:30 Crash & Bernstein 11:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy 12:00 T. J Hooker (PG) 1:00 Covert Affairs (M s) 2:00 The Amazing Race 3:00 Swamp People 4:00 Billy The Exterminator 4:30 Gator Boys 5:30 Classic Car Rescue (PG) 6:30 How I Met Your Mother (PG) 7:00 AFL: Rnd 18: Hawthorn V Richmond 7:30 Movie: “To Be Announced 9:35 Movie: “To Be Announced 11:50 Movie: “Jackass 2.5” (MA15+ n,l,s,v) (’07) 1:20 Movie: “Van Wilder: Freshman Year” (MA15+ s,n,l) (’09)



1:30 France 24 International News [s] 1:45 The Journal [s] 2:00 PBS Newshour [s] 3:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 3:30 Weekend Warriors (PG) [s] 4:30 Jackie Without Jack (PG) 5:30 Letters and Numbers [s] 6:00 Nigella Bites: TV Dinners [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 French Food Safari [s] 8:00 Rachel Khoo’s Kitchen Notebook Melbourne [s] 8:30 Go Back To Where You Came From (M l) 9:35 Bosch: Lost Light (M s,l,a) 10:30 SBS World News [s] 11:00 Comings and Goings of Live Peepshows (MA15+s,n) 12:00 Masters Of Sex (M s,n) Arashi 5:40 American Ninja Warrior 6:30 If You Are the One 7:30 The Feed 8:00 Dara O’Briain: School Of Hard Sums (PG) 8:35 Mythbusters: Outtakes Special (G) 9:35 The Feed 10:15 Go Back To Where You Came From (M l) - Following a reverse refugee journey, one group of Australians visits an unofficial camp 11:15 Glue (M a,v) 12:10 The Feed 12:40 Comedy Bang! Bang! (M a) 1:10 Bollywood Musical Movie: “Raavan” (MA15+ v) (’10) (From India, in Hindi) 3:35 NHK World News In English From Tokyo

ABC3 6:00 Children’s Programs 8:30 SheZow 9:05 ABC 24 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News

Pearlie 9:15 Gasp! 9:30 Bindi’s Bootcamp 10:20 What Makes Me Me? 11:15 Get Into Textiles 11:40 Chocolate Makes The World Go Round 12:00 Degrassi (PG) 12:25 Round The Twist 2:00 Arthur 2:25 The Jungle Book 3:30 Dr Dimensionpants! 4:05 Grojband 4:45 Strange Hill High 5:10 Endangered Species 5:25 Mortified 5:55 House of Anubis 6:20 Wacky World Beaters 7:00 Merlin: With All My Heart (PG) 7:45 Girl Vs Boy (PG) 8:10 MY:24: Crystal (PG) 8:30 Degrassi 8:50 Total Drama 9:15 Good Game 9:40 Rage (PG)


Morning News [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] . 3:00 National News Now [s] 4:00 Afternoon News 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 WIN News *Live [s] 7:30 The Voice: Super Battle 9:30 Movie: “The Notebook” (PG a,l,s) (’04) Stars: Rachel Mcadams 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Weeds (MA15+ a,l,d,s) 2:00 Movie: “Oranges And Sunshine” (M l,a) (’10) Stars: Emily Watson 4:00 Extra [s] 4:30 Good Morning America

SBS 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Greece! The Islands [s]

ABC2 5:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Bananas In Py- SBS 2 5:00 Worldwatch 4:00 Iron Chef 4:45 Vs.



Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:00 ABC News 4:00 ABC News With The Business 5:00 ABC News with Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 6:30 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 8:00 ABC Evening News with The Business 9:30 Lateline 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:30 The Drum 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 7.30 3:00 Outside Source 3:25 ABC Open 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 Lateline


6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News Mornings [s] 10:00 One Plus One [s] 10:30 Kids On Speed? (PG) [s] 11:30 Hospital Chaplains (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News at Noon [s] 1:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 2:00 The Time Of Our Lives (PG) [s] 3:00 Catalyst [s] 3:30 Father Brown (PG) 4:30 Eggheads [s] 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7:30 [s] 8:00 QI (PG) [s] 8:30 Jonathan Creek (M s) 9:30 Silk (M a) 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:00 The Business [s] 11:20 Dirty Laundry (M) [s] 12:05 rage (MA15+ a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG)


SBS 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 NITV News Week In Re-

view [s] 1:30 France 24 International News [s] 1:45 The Journal [s] 2:00 PBS Newshour [s] 3:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 3:30 Strip The City: Tokyo Megaquake City 4:30 Backroads USA [s] 5:00 Room 101: Ray Martin (PG) [s] 5:30 Letters and Numbers [s] 6:00 Raymond Blanc 6:30 SBS World News Australia [s] 7:30 Secrets Of Britain (PG) [s] 8:30 Secrets Of The Castle [s] 9:30 Go Back To Where You Came From (M l)10:30 SBS World News [s] 11:05 Go Back To Where You Came From (M l) 1:05 Drama Movie: “Even the Rain” (M v,l) (’10) (In Spanish)

ABC2 5:00 Children’s Programs 3:30 Play School SBS 2 5:00 Worldwatch News 4:00 Iron Chef 4:45

4:00 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:45 Thomas & Friends 5:00 dirtgirlworld 5:25 Peppa Pig 5:45 Peg + Cat 6:00 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:10 Peter Rabbit 6:25 Curious George 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 Doctor Who: Dinosaurs On A Spaceship (PG) 8:15 That ‘70s Show 8:40 Cocaine Cowboys (M l,d,v) 10:35 How Drugs Work: Cocaine (MA15+d) 11:35 The Tonight Show (PG) 12:20 Doctor Who: Dinosaurs On A Spaceship (PG) 1:05 The The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (PG) 1:50 ABC News Update

Vs. Arashi 5:40 American Ninja Warrior 6:30 If You Are the One 7:30 Friday Feed 8:00 The Tim Ferris Experiment: Surfing (PG) 8:30 Derren Brown: How to be a Psychic Spy 9:30 12 Monkeys - The Night Room (MA15+ v) 10:20 Black Mirror - Be Right Back (M s,l) 11:15 Attack On Titan: Bite: 57th Expedition Beyond The Walls (M v) 11:45 Attack On Titan - Erwin Smith: 57th Expedition Beyond the Walls (M v) 12:15 Friday Feed 12:45 PopAsia (PG) 2:50 NHK World News In English From Tokyo

ABC3 6:00 Children’s Programs 8:30 SheZow 9:30 ABC 24 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News

Bindi’s Bootcamp 10:00 Double Trouble 10:25 What I Wrote 11:05 The Shot 11:30 Heirlooms 12:00 Degrassi (PG) 12:45 Round The Twist 1:35 Lab Rats Challenge 2:00 Arthur 2:25 The Jungle Book 3:05 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 3:30 Dr Dimensionpants! 4:25 Little Lunch 4:45 Strange Hill High 5:25 Operation Ouch! 5:55 House of Anubis 6:20 Wacky World Beaters 7:00 Merlin (PG) 7:45 Girl Vs Boy (PG) 8:10 MY:24: Dave (PG) 8:30 Degrassi (PG) 9:00 K-On! (PG) 9:25 Sword Art Online (PG) 9:50 Puella Magi Madoka Magica (PG)

Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 Capital Hill 1:30 ABC News 2:00 ABC News 4:00 ABC News With The Business 5:00 ABC News with Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 6:30 The Drum 7:00 ABC News 8:00 Evening News with The Business 9:00 ABC News 9:30 Lateline 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:30 The Drum 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC World News 2:30 7.30 3:00 BBC World News 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 Lateline



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WIN 6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Today - Saturday 10:00 Mornings - Saturday (PG) 12:00 Super Nanny: Beyond The Naughty Step (PG) 12:30 Hot In Cleveland (PG s) 1:00 Movie: “Empire Of The Sun” (PG a,v) (’87) 4:00 Adam’s Pasta Pilgrimage 4:30 Dr Lisa To The Rescue 5:00 News: First At Five *Live 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News - Saturday [s] 7:00 Movie: “Monsters Vs Aliens” (PG v) (’09) Stars: Reese Witherspoon 9:00 Program To Be Advised12:00 Movie: “Extreme Measures” (M v,l) (’96) Stars: Hugh Grant 2:05 Late Movie: “Divine Madness” (M s,l) (’80) Stars: Bette Midler

Prime 6:00 Home Shopping [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 3:00 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 18: Geelong V Brisbane 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 18: Carlton v North Melbourne – 2014 Preliminary Finalist North Melbourne desperately need this win against the much-improved Blues to stay in striking distance of the eight. 10:30 Program To Be Advised 12:40 Last Resort: Captain (M) – The crew of a US nuclear submarine become fugitives. 1:30 Home Shopping

TEN 7:00 ET’s Fishing Classics [s] 7:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 8:00 Family Feud - Encore [s] 8:30 Studio 10 [s] 11:00 The Living Room (PG) [s] 12:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 2:00 The Doctors (PG) 3:00 Movie Juice (PG) [s] 3:30 Just Go [s] 4:00 Andy & Ben Eat The World [s] 4:30 Places We Go With Jennifer Adams 5:00 TEN News [s] 6:00 Far Flung With Gary Mehigan (PG) 7:00 Movie: “Epic” (PG v) (’13) Stars: Colin Farrell 9:00 Movie: “Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol” (M v) (’11) Stars: Tom Cruise 11:40 V8 Supercars: Highlights: Round 7: Ipswich 12:40 48 Hours (M v,a) 1:30 Infomercial

ABC 6:00 rage (PG) 10:30 rage Guest Program (PG) 11:30 Spicks & Specks (PG) [s] 12:00 First Footprints [s] 1:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 2:00 Country House Rescue [s] 3:00 Rick Stein’s India [s] (PG) [s] 4:30 Saturday Landline [s] 5:00 Midsomer Murders (PG) [s] 6:30 Gardening Australia [s] 7:00 ABC News (PG) [s] 7:30 Father Brown (PG) 8:20 New Tricks (PG) 9:20 Doc Martin (PG) [s] 10:05 The Bletchley Circle (M v) [s] 10:55 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (M a,l,s) 11:25 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (PG) 12:10 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+ a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 12:00 Kitchen Whiz 12:30 Spongebob Squarepants 1:30 Danoz 2:00 The Crew 3:00 Green Lantern (PG) 3:30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 4:30 The Tom & Jerry Show 5:30 The Looney Tunes Show 6:00 Movie: “Scooby Doo! Pirates Ahoy” (G) (’06) 7:30 Movie: “What A Girl Wants” (G) (’03) 9:40 Movie: “Stick It” (PG) (’06) Stars: Jeff Bridges 11:50 Movie: “National Lampoon’s Senior Trip” (M s,d,l) (’95) Stars: Kevin McDonald 1:45 The Looney Tunes Show 2:05 Green Lantern: The Animated Series 2:30 The Amazing World Of Gumball 3:30 Yu-gi-oh!

7TWO 9:30 Shake It Up 10:00 Home Shopping 11:00

6:00 Home Shopping 8:00 M*A*S*H 9:00 Shred (PG) 9:30 Undercover Boss 11:30 Temporary Australians 12:00 Black Gold (PG) 1:00 RPM 2:00 2015 Australian GT Series - Townsville 3:00 The Offroad Adventure Show 3:30 Undercover Boss 4:30 Reel Action 5:00 Ozzie Holidays 5:30 Extreme Fishing 6:30 Monster Jam 7:30 Cops (PG l,d,a) 8:30 V8 Supercars 9:30 Ross Kemp: Back On The Frontline (M l,a) 10:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? 11:30 Movie Juice 12:00 Blokesworld (M) 12:30 Elementary (M v) 1:30 Bellator MMA (M v,l) 3:30 48 Hours (M v,a)

GEM 6:00 Movie: “The Night My Number Came Up” 7MATE 6:00 America’s Game 7:00 A Football Life

6:30 Pokemon 7:00 Shezow 7:30 Mako Island Of Secrets 8:00 Totally Wild 8:30 Scope 9:05 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) – Scott Tweedie brings you the latest music videos from here and around the world 11:35 So You Think You Can Dance - Encore 1:30 Diagnosis Murder (M) 4:00 90210 “Til Death Do Us Part” (PG v,a) 6:00 Becker (PG) 7:00 Raymond 8:30 The Graham Norton Show (M s,l) 9:30 Sex And The City: Sex And Another City / Hot Child In The City / Frenemies (MA15+ s,l,d) 10:50 Late Show 11:50 The Loop (PG v,l,d,s) 2:25 Becker (PG)


(PG) (’55) 8:00 Home Shopping 8:30 Adventures In Rainbow Country 9:00 Movie: “Circus Of Fear” (PG v) (’66) 10:45 Movie: “Blue Murder At St Trinians” (G) (’57) 12:30 Postcards 1:00 Duncan’s Thai Kitchen 1:30 Movie: “The Trouble With Girls” (PG s) (’61) Stars: Elvis Presley 3:30 Movie: “109” (G) (’63) 6:30 Kalgoorlie Cops (PG v,s,l) 7:30 The Ashes: Third Test - Australia v England 10:30 The Ashes: Third Test - Australia v England 3:00 Movie: “The Trouble With Girls” (PG s) (’61) Stars: Elvis Presley

SA Life Favorites 11:30 Great South East 12:00 Creek To Coast 12:30 Sydney Weekender 1:00 Queensland Weekender 1:30 WA Weekender 2:00 Melbourne Weekender 2:30 Intolerant Cooks 3:00 Dog Squad 3:30 Borderline 4:30 Animal Airport (PG) 5:00 Homes Under The Hammer 6:00 Motorway Patrol (PG) 6:30 Castle: Last Call (PG v,a) 8:30 Movie: “The Saint” (M v,l) (’97) Stars: Alun Armstrong & Henry Goodman 11:00 Body Of Proof (M) 12:00 Homes Under The Hammer 1:00 Borderline 2:00 Dr Oz 8:00 Home Shopping 9:00 Zoom TV 10:30 Selling Big 11:00 To Be Announced 11:30 Meat Men (PG) 1:30 Hillbilly Handfishin’ 2:30 Swamp People (PG) 4:30 Billy The Exterminator 5:00 To Be Announced 7:00 To Be Announced 9:35 Movie: “Transporter 3” (M v,l,s) (’08) Stars: Alex Kobold, Jason Statham & Francois Berleand 11:50 Movie: “Next” (M v) (’07) Stars: Jessica Biel & Julianne Moore 2:00 Jail (M) 3:30 Meat Men (PG) 5:00 Zoom TV (PG)




6:00 Religious Programs [s] 8:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 8:30 Studio 10: Sunday 10:00 The Bolt Report [s] 11:00 Bondi Rescue (PG) 11:30 Gold Coast Cops (PG l,d) 12:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 1:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 1:30 The Offroad Adventure Show 2:00 I Fish [s] 3:00 The Bolt Report [s] 4:00 V8 Supercars: Highlights 5:00 TEN News [s] 6:00 Family Feud - Sunday [s] 6:30 Modern Family (PG) 7:30 Gold Coast Cops (PG l,d) 7:30 Modern Family (PG) 8:30 CSI: Cyber: Selfie 2.0 (M v,a) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Revenge (M v) 10:30 Movie: “The Descendants” (M l,a) (’11) Stars: George Clooney 1:00 Infomercial (PG)


Today 10:00 Wide World Of Sports 11:00 Sunday Footy Show *Live 12:30 TAC Cup: Future Stars *Live* (PG) 1:30 Foo Fighters - Sonic Highways (PG l,v) 2:30 Wild Life Of Tim Faulkner (PG) 3:00 Movie: “Arthur 2: On The Rocks” (PG a,l) (’88) 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Postcards [s] 6:00 National News - Sunday [s] 7:00 The Voice: Live Show No. 1 (PG) 8:30 60 Minutes [s] 10:10 A.D. Kingdom & Empire (MA15+v) 11:10 Stalker: My Hero (M v,a) 12:05 The Following: Forgive (M v,a) 1:00 What Would You Do? (M l) 2:00 Spyforce: The General (PG)

rise [s] 10:00 AFL Game Day (PG) 11:30 Seven’s VFL 2015: Rnd 16: Footscray v Essendon 2:30 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 18: Essendon v Western Bulldogs 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Sunday Night [s] – Chris Bath leads a team of Australia’s best reporters 8:00 Program To Be Advised 11:00 Covert Affairs: Embassy Row (M v,s) [s] – Annie risks her identity to reconnect with the Russian banker who financed the bombing. Meanwhile, Auggie is forced to juggle two relationships. 12:00 Do No Harm: But I’m Allergic To Cats (M) 1:00 Home Shopping

6:00 Children’s Programs 9:30 Adventure Time (PG) 10:00 Young Justice 10:30 The Batman (PG) 11:00 Rabbids Invasion 12:00 The Tom & Jerry Show 12:30 Spongebob Squarepants 1:30 Danoz 2:00 The Crew (PG) 3:30 Young Justice (PG) 4:30 The Batman 5:30 Thunderbirds Are Go 6:30 Movie: “Wrath Of The Titans” (PG v,sn) (’12) 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:30 Gotham: Under The Knife (M v) 10:30 Arrow (MA15+v) 11:30 Almost Human (MA15+ v) 12:30 Anger Management (M s) 1:00 Beware The Batman (M v) 2:00 The Batman (PG)

7TWO 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Religion 8:30

8:00 World Series Sprintcars 9:00 Movie Juice (PG) 9:30 Monster Jam 10:30 Reel Action 11:00 Hardliners (PG) 11:30 Shred! 12:00 Undercover Boss 1:00 World’s Busiest 2:00 Temporary Australians 2:30 Just Go 3:00 4x4 Adventures 3:00 4x4 Adventures 4:00 David Attenborough’s Madagascar 5:00 Extreme Boats’ Big Angry Fish 5:30 I Fish 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 M*A*S*H 7:30 Cops (PG a) 8:30 V8 Supercars 9:30 Movie: “Collateral” (MA15+ v) (’04) 12:00 Gillette World Sport 12:30 The Glades (M v) 1:30 The Americans (M) 2:30 48 Hours (M)

GEM 6:00 Skippy 6:30 Tasty Conversations 6:40 7MATE 6:30 Hook Line and Sinker 7:30 Home Shop-

8:30 Victorious 9:00 Infomercials 9:30 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 10:00 Mako: Island of Secrets 10:30 The Brady Bunch 11:00 Infomercials 11:30 Star Trek: Next Generation 12:30 90210 (PG) 2:30 Neighbours 5:00 Mork & Mindy (PG) 5:30 Becker (PG) 6:00 Family Feud Sunday 6:30 The Simpsons (PG) 7:00 Futurama 7:30 The Simpsons (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Bachelorette” (M) (’12) 10:20 House Of Lies (MA15+ l,s) 11:00 Late Show 12:00 Nurse Jackie (M l) 12:40 Star Trek: Next Generation (PG v) 4:30 Becker (PG) 5:00 Home Shopping


Movie: “The Amorous Prawn” (G) (’62) 8:30 Danoz 9:30 The Avengers (PG) 10:30 Movie: “Pacific Destiny” (G) (’56) Stars: Denholm Elliott 12:30 Australian Geographic Adventures 1:00 Getaway (PG) 1:30 Sunday Footy Show (PG) 3:30 Sunday Football: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers - Live from ANZ Stadium, Sydney. 6:00 Customs (PG) 6:30 David Attenborough’s Life: Insects 7:30 The Ashes: Third Test - Australia V England (Day 5) - Live from Edgbaston. 10:30 Program To Be Advised 3:00 Home Shopping

4:00 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:25 Mister Maker 4:45 Thomas & Friends 5:00 dirtgirlworld 5:25 Peppa Pig 6:00 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:10 Peter Rabbit: The Tale Of The Broken Bed 6:25 Curious George 6:50 Shaun The Sheep 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Total Wipeout 8:30 Four Corners: Secrets Of Mexico’s Drug War (M v) 9:20 Louis Theroux: The City Addicted to Crystal Meth (M a,l,d) 10:20 Dirty Laundry (M) 11:05 Cocaine Cowboys (M l,d,v) 11:40 Mock The Week (M l) 2:20 ABC News Update

Home Shopping 9:30 Home and Away 12:00 Travel Oz (PG) 1:30 The Travel Bug: Cambodia / Japan 3:00 Make My Home Bigger 3:30 Borderline (PG) 4:30 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 7:30 Escape To The Country: Norfolk / Somerset 9:30 Fantasy Homes by the Sea 10:30 Best Houses Australia 11:00 Mighty Ships: USS New York (PG) 12:00 Animal Airport: Heathrow (PG) 12:30 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 2:35 Harry’s Practice 3:00 The Martha Stewart Show 4:00 Dr Oz ping 9:30 Hook Line and Sinker 10:30 T. J Hooker (PG v) 11:30 Great Escapes (PG) 12:30 Hook Line and Sinker 1:30 Fishing Addiction 2:30 Hillbilly Handfishin’ (PG) 3:30 Dust Up (PG) 4:30 Seinfeld (PG) 7:30 Movie: “The Next Karate Kid” (PG v,a) (’94) Stars: Chris Conrad 9:45 Movie: “Rambo” (MA15+ v,l) (’08) Stars: Matthew Marsden 11:30 Movie: “Escape From New York” (M l,v) (’81) Stars: Donald Pleasence & Ernest Borgnine 1:30 Hillbilly Handfishin’ 3:00 Mark Berg’s Fishing Addiction 4:00 Hook Line and Sinker



SBS 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 PBS Newshour [s] 2:00

The Incredible Spice Men [s] 2:30 Ottolenghi’s Mediterranean Island Feast [s] 3:30 D-Day: The Soldiers’ Story (PG) 4:30 Roman Homicides (PG a,v) 5:30 The Stuarts (PG) [s] 6:30 SBS World News Australia [s] 7:30 Wild West with Ray Mears: Mountains (PG) [s] 8:30 Room 101: Poh Ling Yeow (PG) – Paul is joined by Poh Ling Yeow 9:00 Drama Movie: “The Finishers” (PG) (’13) (From France, in French) 10:35 Comedy Movie: “Declaration of War” (M l) (’11) (In French) 12:25 Drama Movie: “Galantuomini” (M d,s,l) (’08) (In Italian) Soup Investigates (PG) 2:00 The Fabric Of The Cosmos - Universe or Multiverse 3:00 The World Of Jenks (PG) 4:00 Monster Moves 5:00 From Scratch 5:30 Knife Fight (PG) 6:00 Fado of a Grown Man (PG) 6:10 Celebrity Chef 7:30 If You Are The One 8:35 Doin’ It Baja (M) – Chronicles the 2200 mile motorcycle trip taken by Arto Saari 10:20 Real Humans (M d,v,l) 12:40 24 Hours In Emergency (M a) 1:35 Thriller Movie: “Nikita” (MA15+ v,l) (’90) (From France, in French) 3:35 CCTV News In English

ABC3 6:00 Children’s Programs 9:00 Good Game ABC 24 7:00 Weekend Breakfast 11:00 ABC News

SP 9:25 Total Drama 9:55 Grojband 10:15 Numb Chucks 10:40 Camp Lakebottom 11:30 Roy 12:00 Dani’s House 12:30 Officially Amazing 3:00 Deadly Pole to Pole 3:25 World Animal Championships 3:55 Pixelface 4:25 The Aquabats 4:50 Slugterra 5:15 Star Wars (PG) 5:40 Operation Ouch! 6:10 The Penguins Of Madagascar 6:35 Horrible Histories 7:00 Outnumbered 7:30 Officially Amazing 8:00 Deadly Pole to Pole 8:30 Good Game SP 9:00 Degrassi: Say It Ain’t So / Closer To Free / Waterfalls / Got Your Money (PG)


WIN 6:00 Children’s Programs 7:00 Weekend Prime 6:00 Home Shopping (PG) 7:00 Weekend Sun-


ABC2 6:00 Children’s Programs 3:30 Play School SBS 2 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Bunk (PG l) 1:30 The



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11:30 Australia Wide 12:00 ABC News 12:30 Landline 1:02 National Press Club Address 2:00 ABC News 2:30 The Mix 3:00 ABC News 3:30 The World This Week 4:00 ABC News 4:30 #TalkAboutIt 5:00 ABC News 5:30 One Plus One 6:00 ABC News 6:30 Foreign Correspondent 7:00 ABC News 7:30 The Mix 8:02 Four Corners 8:45 The Quarters 9:00 ABC News 9:30 Australia Wide 10:00 IQ2: Drug Debate, Chile 11:00 ABC News 11:30 One Plus One 12:02 National Press Club 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC World News


6:00 rage (PG) [s] 7:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 Australia Wide [s] 11:00 The World This Week [s] 11:30 Songs of Praise [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 The Mix [s] 2:00 When Bjork Met Attenborough [s] 3:00 Tender (PG) [s] 4:25 Father Brown (PG) 5:10 Restoration Man [s] 6:00 The Book Club [s] 6:30 Compass (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:40 Grand Designs [s] 8:30 The Politician’s Husband (M s) [s] 9:30 Silent Witness (M v) 10:30 Born to Fly [s] 11:25 Balibo (M l,v) 1:15 Movie: “That’s Right, You’re Wrong” (G) (’39) Stars: Kay Kyser


SBS 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Cycling: Evocities MTB

Highlights 2015 2:00 Speedweek [s] 4:00 2015 Superbike World Championship - Stage 9: Laguna Seca, USA. 4:30 Cycling: 2015 Port to Port MTB 5:35 Churchill And The Fascist Plot (PG) 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:35 Byzantium: A Tale of Three Cities (PG) [s] 8:35 The Murder Trial (M l) 10:25 Obama At War (M a,v) – Obama now finds himself exactly where he didn’t want to be. 11:30 Drama Movie: “Lantana” (M a,s,l) (’01) Stars: Anthony LaPaglia & Geoffrey Rush 1:40 Biography Movie: “Walesa: Man of Hope” (M v,l) (’13) (In Polish)

ABC2 6:00 Children’s Programs 4:00 Bananas In SBS 2 5:00 Worldwatch 9:00 PopAsia 11:00 World-

Pyjamas 4:10 hoopla doopla! 4:25 Mister Maker 4:45 Thomas & Friends 5:00 Meet the Small Potatoes 6:00 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:10 Peter Rabbit 6:25 Curious George 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan: Kenya, Giant Spitting Cobra (PG) 8:30 Sunday Best: Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender (M l) 9:55 Secrets of Mexico’s Drug War (M v) 10:50 Mock The Week (M l) 11:20 Mock The Week (M l) 11:55 Mock The Week (M a,l,s) 12:55 Mock The Week (M l) 1:25 ABC News

watch 1:00 Celebrity Chef (PG) 2:20 Knife Fight (PG) 3:15 The Jo Whiley Sessions 4:15 Brazil’s Next Top Model 5:10 Vs. Arashi 6:05 Secret Life of... Mata Hari 6:40 Kung Fu Motion - Hip Hop Stilts 7:30 If You Are The One 8:30 South Park (M) 9:00 Drunk History UK (M a,l) 9:30 Housos (MA15+ d,s,l) 10:00 Swift And Shift Couriers (M l,s,n) 10:30 Sex: An Unnatural History (MA15+ a,n,s) 11:30 Tent And Sex (M s,l) 12:00 In Her Skin (M v) 1:40 Movie: “Shall We Kiss?” (PG) (’07) (From France, in French) 3:30 CCTV News In English

ABC3 6:00 Children’s Programs 9:25 Total Drama ABC 24 7:00 Weekend Breakfast 9:02 Insiders 10:00

9:55 Grojband 10:15 Numb Chucks 10:40 Camp Lakebottom 11:30 Roy 12:00 Dani’s House 12:30 MI High 1:55 House of Anubis 3:00 Deadly Pole to Pole 3:55 The Legend Of Dick & Dom 4:30 Hank Zipzer 5:00 Life With Boys 5:25 MAL.COM 5:40 Bushwhacked! 6:10 The Penguins of Madagascar 6:30 Horrible Histories 7:00 Outnumbered: Christmas Special 7:45 My Great Big Adventure: Social Media 8:00 The Haunting Hour: Grampires 8:50 Karaoke High 9:15 Good Game (PG) 9:20 rage (PG)

Weekend Breakfast 11:30 The World This Week 12:00 ABC News 12:30 #TalkAboutIt 1:00 ABC News 1:30 Landline 2:00 ABC News 2:30 One Plus One 3:00 ABC News 3:30 Offsiders 4:00 ABC News 4:30 The Mix 5:00 ABC News 5:30 Australia Wide 6:00 ABC News 6:30 Australian Story 7:00 IQ2 7:30 The World This Week 8:02 Insiders 9:00 ABC News 9:30 One Plus One 10:00 ABC News 10:30 The Mix 11:00 ABC News 11:30 #TalkAboutIt 12:02 Landline 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC World News 2:30 The Mix



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WIN 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:30 Nationa News [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Afternoon News 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 The Hotplate (PG) 8:40 Lip Sync Battle: Bieber vs Sanders & Common vs John Legend 9:40 Footy Classified (M) 10:40 2 Broke Girls (M s) 11:40 Extra [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Underbelly: The Golden Mile (M v,l,s) 2:30 Extra [s]

Prime 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “A Woman’s Rage” (M v) (’08) Stars: Cameron Bancroft 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 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 a) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:40 The Blacklist: T. Earl King VI (M v,a) 9:40 Program To Be Advised 10:40 Hannibal: Takiawase (MA15+v) 11:35 Zero Hour: Chain White (M) 12:30 Talking Footy (PG) 1:30 Home Shopping

TEN 7:00 Ben’s Menu [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Family Feud Encore [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 11:00 Bondi Vet (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 1:30 ET [s] 2:00 The Doctors (PG mp) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News [s] 6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Great Australian Spelling Bee (PG) 9:00 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M) [s] 10:00 NCIS: New Orleans (M v) 11:00 Under The Dome (M) 12:00 The Project - Encore [s] 1:00 The Doctors (PG)

ABC 6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News Mornings [s] 10:00 Landline [s] 11:00 Australia Wide [s] 11:30 Compass (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon [s] 1:00 Grand Designs (PG) [s] 2:00 The Time Of Our Lives (M a,v) [s] 3:00 Catalyst [s] 3:30 Program To Be Advised 4:30 Eggheads [s] 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Antiques Roadshow [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] 10:40 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:30 Edge of Nowhere [s] 12:25 Movie: “Tycoon” (PG) (’47) Stars: John Wayne

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMZ 2:00 Anger Management (M s) 2:30 The Tom & Jerry Show 3:00 Spongebob Squarepants 3:30 Rabbids Invasion (PG) 4:05 Looney Tunes Show 4:30 Young Justice (PG) 5:00 Ben 10 (PG) 5:30 Teen Titans Go! 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Middle (PG) 7:30 Auction Hunters (PG) 8:00 Top Gear 9:30 Movie: “Priest” (M v,h,l) (’11) Stars: Paul Bettany 11:30 The Originals (MA15+ v,sn) 12:30 Adventure Time 1:00 Regular Show (PG) 1:30 Rabbids Invasion (PG) 2:00 TMZ

7TWO 7:30 Ghosts Of Time 8:00 Pipsqueaks 8:30

6:00 Infomercial 8:00 ET’s Fishing Classics 8:30 The Home Team 9:00 Tragedy At Sea 10:00 Totally Wild 10:30 Let’s Do Coffee 11:00 M*A*S*H 12:00 The Living Room 1:00 Awake (M) 2:00 Operation Repo (M) 2:30 Whacked Out Sports (PG) 3:00 Black Gold 4:00 Late Show 5:00 I Fish 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 M*A*S*H 7:30 Undercover Boss (PG) 9:30 Movie: “Minority Report” (M v,s,a) (’02) Stars: Colin Farrell 12:30 The League (MA15+ s,d) 1:00 Home Shopping 2:00 Ross Kemp: Back On The Frontline (MA15+ v) 3:00 Blokesworld (MA15+ s,n)

GEM 6:00 International Champions ACF Fiorentina 7MATE 6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Children’s Pro-

9:30 Wurrawhy 10:00 Touched By An Angel (PG) 11:00 Frasier 12:00 Medium (M v,a) 1:00 JAG (PG a) 2:00 Judging Amy (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Mork & Mindy 5:30 Becker 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours (PG) 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 7:30 Rules Of Engagement 8:30 The Simpsons (PG) 9:30 Extant (M) 10:30 Witches Of East End (M v,s,sn) 11:30 The Late Show 12:30 Dexter - Series Finale (MA15+ v) 1:30 Glee (PG v,a) 2:30 Taxi (PG) 3:00 Medium (M) 4:00 Jag (PG)


v FC Barcelona 7:00 Countryfile 8:00 Gilmore Girls (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Alive & Cooking 1:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Kalgoorlie Cops (PG v,l) 1:00 Movie: “It Always Rains On Sunday” (PG) (’47) 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 David Attenborough’s Life: Insects 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 5:30 Gilmore Girls (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 Monarch Of The Glen (PG a) 8:40 Movie: “The Young Victoria” (PG v) (’08) 10:50 Person Of Interest (M v) 12:30 Footy Classified (M) 1:30 Friends (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping

Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street 10:00 NBC Today 11:00 NBC Meet The Press 12:00 Movie: “Forces Of Nature” (M d,l) (’99) 2:00 Make My Home Bigger 2:25 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 6:45 Olympians - Off The Record 7:30 Cities of the Underworld: Stalin’s Secret Lair (PG) 8:30 A Touch Of Frost (PG a) 10:45 Air Crash Investigations: Blind Landing (PG) 12:00 Borderline (PG) 12:30 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 2:30 Dr Oz (PG) 4:30 The Martha Stewart Show grams 9:30 Kickin It 10:00 Fish Hooks 10:30 Crash & Bernstein 11:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy (PG) 12:00 Covert Affairs (M v) 1:00 The Amazing Race 2:00 Marvel’s Agents Of S. H.I. E.L. D (PG) 3:00 Swamp People 4:00 Billy The Exterminator 4:30 Gator Boys 5:30 Classic Car Rescue: Cadillac 6:30 Mythbusters 7:30 Talking Footy 8:30 American Restoration 9:30 American Pickers (PG) 11:30 World’s Worst Tenants 12:00 SportsFan Clubhouse 1:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy 2:00 All Worked Up (M )




WIN 5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:30 Na- Prime 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s]

4:00 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:25 Mister Maker 4:45 Thomas & Friends 5:00 dirtgirlworld 5:30 Octonauts 6:00 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:10 Peter Rabbit 6:25 Curious George 7:00 Spicks & Specks (PG) 7:30 Doctor Who: A Town Called Mercy (PG) 8:15 Gruen Planet: Cutdowns (PG) 8:30 Humans 9:15 Louis Theroux: Gambling in Las Vegas (M l) 10:20 The Tonight Show (PG) 11:00 Freddie Mercury: The Great Pretender (M l) 12:30 Doctor Who: A Town Called Mercy (PG) 1:15 The Tonight Show 2:00 News Update

6:00 ET 6:30 Huey’s Kitchen [s] 7:00 Ben’s Menu [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Family Feud Encore [s] 8:30 Studio 10 [s] 11:00 Program To Be Advised 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) 1:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 1:30 ET [s] 2:00 The Doctors (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News [s] 6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Great Australian Spelling Bee (PG) 8:30 NCIS: Grounded (M v) 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M) 11:30 The Project - Encore [s] 12:30 The Doctors (PG) 1:30 Infomercial (PG)

Gasp! 9:30 Bindi’s Bootcamp 10:00 Take On Technology 10:30 Atoms Alive 11:00 Inside Science 11:15 Smart Materials 12:00 Degrassi (PG) 12:45 Round The Twist 1:35 Lab Rats Challenge 2:00 Arthur 2:25 The Jungle Book 3:05 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 4:05 Grojband 4:45 Strange Hill High 5:25 Bushwhacked! 5:55 House of Anubis 6:20 Wacky World Beaters 7:00 Merlin (PG) 7:45 Operation Ouch! 8:10 MY: 24: Romy 8:30 Degrassi: Waterfalls (PG) 8:50 Total Drama 9:15 Good Game SP 9:40 rage (PG)

6:00 ABC News [s] 10:00 Four Corners [s] 10:45 Media Watch [s] 11:00 Family Confidential (PG) [s] 11:30 The Mix [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon [s] 1:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 2:00 The Time Of Our Lives (M s) [s] 3:00 Catalyst [s] 3:30 Program To Be Advised 4:30 Eggheads [s] 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 Kevin McCloud’s Escape To The Wild 9:20 Wonders Of Life With Brian Cox [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 10:50 The Business [s] 11:10 The Hour (M l,n) 12:10 Movie: “The Slender Thread” (M a) (’66)


9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “A Daughter’s Nightmare” (M) (’14) Stars: Emily Osment 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 8:40 Winners & Losers: Intervention (M a) 9:40 Program To Be Advised 11:35 Mistresses: Boundaries (M) [s] 12:30 Home Shopping (PG)

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMZ 2:00 The Middle (PG) 2:30 The Tom & Jerry Show 3:00 Spongebob Squarepants 3:30 Rabbids Invasion 4:05 Looney Tunes Show 4:30 Young Justice 5:00 Ben 10 (PG) 5:30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Middle (PG) 7:30 Auction Hunters (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Sherlock Holmes” (M v) (’09) Stars: Jude Law 11:05 Movie: “Showdown In Little Tokyo” (MA15+ v,l,d,s) (’91) Stars: Brandon Lee 12:45 Adventure Time 1:00 Regular Show 1:30 Rabbids Invasion (PG) 2:00 TMZ

7TWO 7:30 Ghosts Of Time: It’s About Tim 8:00 Pip-

6:00 Infomercial 8:00 Extreme Fishing 9:00 Red & Yellow Heroes 10:00 Totally Wild 10:30 Gillette World Sport 11:00 M*A*S*H 12:00 The Living Room 1:00 Awake (M v) 2:00 Operation Repo 2:30 Whacked Out Sports (PG) 3:00 Monster Jam 4:00 Late Show 5:00 I Fish 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 M*A*S*H (PG) 7:30 David Attenborough’s Madagascar 9:30 Movie: “Vanilla Sky” (M l,v,s,a) (’01) Stars: Cameron Diaz 12:15 Those Who Kill (M v,a) 1:15 The League (MA15+ s) 1:45 Home Shopping 2:15 Black Gold (PG) 3:15 Ross Kemp: Back On The Frontline (M)

GEM 6:30 Skippy 7:00 David Attenborough’s Life: 7MATE 7:00 Children’s Programs 10:00 Fish Hooks

10:30 Crash & Bernstein 11:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy 12:00 Covert Affairs (M v) 1:00 The Amazing Race 2:00 Marvel’s Agents Of S. H.I. E.L. D (PG) 3:00 Swamp People 4:00 Billy The Exterminator 4:30 Gator Boys 5:30 Classic Car Rescue 6:30 Mythbusters (PG) 7:30 Highway Patrol 8:00 Motorway Patrol 8:30 Outback Truckers 9:30 Prospectors (PG) 10:30 Goldfathers (PG) 11:30 American Stuffers (PG) 12:30 WWE Afterburn (M) 1:30 South Beach Tow (M) 2:30 Jail - Las Vegas Jailhouse (M)

9:30 Wurrawhy 10:00 Touched By An Angel (PG) 11:00 Frasier (PG) 12:00 Medium (M v,a) 1:00 JAG (PG a) 2:00 Judging Amy (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Mork & Mindy 5:30 Becker 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Everybody Loves Raymond 7:30 Rules Of Engagement (PG) 8:30 Bondi Ink Tattoo (PG l,a) 9:30 Movie: “Mallrats” (MA15+ l,a) (’95) Stars: Jeremy London 11:30 Late Show 12:30 Touched By An Angel 1:30 Glee (PG) 2:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 3:00 Medium (M)

Pearlie 9:30 Bindi’s Bootcamp 10:25 Move It Mob Style 10:50 First Australians (PG) 12:00 Degrassi (PG) 12:45 a gURLs wURLd 1:10 WAC 1:35 Lab Rats Challenge 2:00 Arthur 2:25 The Jungle Book 3:05 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 3:30 Dr Dimensionpants! 4:05 Grojband 4:45 Strange Hill High 5:10 Endangered Species 5:55 House of Anubis (PG) 6:20 Wacky World Beaters 7:00 Merlin (PG) 7:45 Operation Ouch! 8:10 MMY: 24: Coen 8:30 Degrassi (PG) 8:50 Total Drama 9:15 Good Game SP 9:35 rage (PG)


Insects 8:00 Gilmore Girls (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Alive & Cooking 11:00 Friends (PG) 12:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 1:00 Movie: “Spring In Park Lane” (G) (’46) Stars: Anna Neagle 2:50 Monarch Of The Glen (PG a) 4:00 Alive & Cooking 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show 5:30 Gilmore Girls: Jews and Chinese Food (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 Poirot (PG a,v) 9:00 Program To Be Advised 11:05 Person Of Interest (M v) 12:00 Got Home Alive (M v) 1:00 Dangerman (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping

squeaks 8:30 Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street 10:00 NBC Today 12:00 Movie: “Indecent Proposal” (M s,a,l) (’93) Stars: Demi Moore & Robert Redford 2:30 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 The Vicar Of Dibley (PG) 8:30 Foyle’s War: Eagle Day (M v) 10:30 Wire In The Blood: Right To Silence (MA15+v) 12:30 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 3:00 Borderline: Hastings Bust (PG) 3:30 Dr Oz (PG) 4:30 The Martha Stewart Show



4:00 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:45 Thomas & Friends 5:00 dirtgirlworld 5:45 Peg + Cat 6:00 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:25 Curious George 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 Doctor Who: The Power Of Three (PG) 8:10 That ‘70s Show: Take it Or Leave It (PG) 8:30 Good Game 9:05 The Keith Lemon Sketch Show 9:30 Humans 10:20 Archer: Archer Vice (M a,l,s) 10:45 The Tonight Show (PG) 11:25 Alan Carr: Chatty Man (M l,s) 12:15 Doctor Who (PG) 1:00 That ‘70s Show 1:25 The Tonight Show (PG) 2:05 ABC News Update



7:00 Ben’s Menu [s] 7:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore [s] 8:00 Family Feud Encore [s] 8:30 Studio 10 [s] 11:00 Program To Be Advised 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 1:30 ET [s] 2:00 The Doctor (M mp) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News [s] 6:00 Family Feud [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Bachelor Australia (PG) 8:40 Madam Secretary (M) [s] 10:40 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary: No Lack Of Void (M v,d) [s] 11:30 The Project [s] 12:30 The Doctors (PG) 2:00 Infomercial (PG)

6:00 ABC News [s] 10:00 Q&A [s] 11:10 Kevin McCloud’s Escape To The Wild 12:00 ABC News [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 The Book Club [s] 2:00 The Time Of Our Lives (M d) [s] 3:00 Catalyst [s] 3:30 Program To Be Advised 4:30 Eggheads [s] 5:00 ABC News [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 How Not To Behave (PG) 8:30 The Weekly With Charlie Pickering (M a,l,s) 9:00 Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (PG) [s] 9:30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg [s] 10:15 Upper Middle Bogan (M l) 10:45 Lateline [s] 11:15 The Business [s]

7TWO 7:30 Ghosts Of Time 8:00 Pipsqueaks 8:30

6:00 Infomercial 8:00 Reel Action 8:30 The Home Team 9:00 The Shark Tracker 10:00 Totally Wild 10:30 Movie Juice 11:00 M*A*S*H 12:00 The Living Room 1:00 Back In The Game (PG) 2:00 Operation Repo (M) 2:30 Whacked Out Sports (PG) 3:00 David Attenborough’s Madagascar 4:00 Late Show 5:00 I Fish 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 M*A*S*H 7:30 Cops (PG d,a) 8:30 Hawaii Five-O (M v) 9:30 Legends - Legends - Lords Of War & Betrayal (M) 11:30 Blue Bloods (M a) 12:30 The League (MA15+ s) 1:00 Home Shopping 2:00 Glory (PG) 4:30 Cops (PG d,a)

GEM 6:30 Skippy 7:00 Secret Dealers (PG) 8:00 7MATE 7:00 Children’s Programs 10:00 Fish Hooks

10:00 Touched By An Angel (PG) 11:00 Frasier (PG) 12:00 Medium (M v,a) 1:00 JAG (PG a) 2:00 Judging Amy (M v,a) 3:00 Infomercials 3:30 Cheers (PG) 4:00 The King Of Queens (PG) 4:30 Laverne & Shirley (PG) 5:00 Mork & Mindy 5:30 Becker 6:00 Family Feud 6:30 Neighbours 7:00 Raymond 7:30 The Simpsons 8:00 Futurama (PG) 8:30 The Simpsons (PG) 9:00 Futurama (PG) 9:30 The Simpsons 10:00 Bob’s Burgers (M) 11:00 Duckman (M) 11:30 Late Show 12:30 Glee (PG) 1:30 The King Of Queens (PG) 2:00 Touched By An Angel 3:00 Medium (M v,a)

6:00 Children’s Programs 11:30 Yu-gi-oh! 12:00 Extra 12:30 TMZ 2:00 The Middle (PG) 2:30 The Tom & Jerry Show 3:00 Spongebob Squarepants 3:30 Rabbids Invasion 4:05 Looney Tunes Show 4:30 Young Justice 5:00 Ben 10 (PG) 5:30 Teen Titans Go! (PG) 6:00 Regular Show (PG) 6:30 Adventure Time (PG) 7:00 The Middle (PG) 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Man On A Ledge” (M l,v) (’12) Stars: Sam Worthington 10:30 The Last Ship 11:30 Anger Management (M) 12:00 MAD (M) 12:30 Adventure Time 1:00 Regular Show (PG) 1:30 Rabbids Invasion (PG) 2:00 TMZ


9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “A Good Murder” (M s,v,l) (’06) Stars: Amanda Brewster 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 8:40 Criminal Minds: Mr Scratch / From Childhood’s Hour (M v,d,a) 10:35 Motive: Bad Blonde (M v) 11:30 Bates Motel: Shadow Of A Doubt (M v) – In too deep, Bradley turns to Norman for help 12:30 Home Shopping Harry’s Practice 9:00 Home & Away (PG) 9:30 Shortland Street 10:00 NBC Today 12:00 Chicago Fire (M v,s,a) 2:00 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 6:00 Olympians - Off The Record 6:30 Bargain Hunt 7:30 Rosemary & Thyme: Sweet Angelica (PG) 8:30 Inspector Morse: Deadly Slumber (PG a) 11:00 Suspects (M v,l) 12:00 Borderline: Hastings Bust (PG) 12:30 FINA World Swimming Championships 2015 3:00 Borderline: Auckland Sausage Factory (PG) 3:30 Dr Oz (PG) 4:30 Martha Stewart Show

Gilmore Girls (PG) 9:00 Home Shopping 10:30 Alive & Cooking 12:00 Countryfile 1:00 Movie: “Sailors Three” (G) (’40) Stars: Michael Wilding 2:45 River Cottage 3:00 Alive & Cooking 3:30 Poirot: Three Act Tragedy (PG v) 4:30 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 5:30 Gilmore Girls: So.... Good Talk (PG) 6:30 Friends (PG) 7:30 A Current Affair 8:00 New Tricks: Bank Robbery (PG v,a,l) 8:40 Movie: “The Power Of One” (PG ) (’92) 11:15 Person Of Interest (M v) 12:10 Secret Dealers 12:30 Friends (M v) 1:00 Gideon’s Way (PG v) 2:00 Home Shopping

10:30 Crash & Bernstein 11:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy 12:00 Covert Affairs (M v) 1:00 The Amazing Race 2:00 Marvel’s Agents Of S. H.I. E.L. D (PG) 3:00 Swamp People 4:00 Billy The Exterminator 4:30 Gator Boys 5:30 Megastructures 6:30 Mythbusters (PG) 7:30 Air Crash Investigations 8:30 Hardcore Pawn (M) 9:30 Pawn Stars (PG) 10:30 Baggage Battles (PG) 11:00 Rude Tube (M) 11:30 1000 Ways To Die (MA15+ v)) 12:00 Operation Repo (M) 1:30 Scare Tactics 3:00 Young, Lazy And Driving Us Crazy

Wednesday, July 29, 2015




SBS 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 The World From Above

[s] 1:30 France 24 News [s] 1:45 The Journal [s] 2:00 PBS Newshour [s] 3:00 Al Jazeera News 3:30 What Makes Us Human? [s] 4:30 Secrets Of Our Living Planet [s] 5:30 Letters and Numbers [s] 6:00 Nigella Bites [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are? (PG) [s] 8:30 Insight [s] 9:30 Dateline 10:00 SBS World News [s] 10:30 The Murder Trial (M l) 12:20 Rectify: Always There (M a,s) 1:15 Rectify: Sexual Peeling (M a,s) 2:05 Rectify: Modern Times (M a,s) 2:55 Movie: “Bibliotheque Pascal” (MA15+ a,d,s (’10) (In Romanian & Hungarian) Arashi 5:40 American Ninja Warrior 6:30 If You Are the One 7:30 The Feed 8:00 The Office: The List (PG) 8:30 Stacey Dooley Investigates (M a,d) 9:35 Glue (MA15+ s) – It’s the day of the annual Warwick Farm pheasant shoot 10:30 12 Monkeys - The Night Room (MA15+ v) 11:25 South Park - Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants (M v,a) 11:50 The Feed 12:20 Comedy Bang! Bang! (M v) 12:50 Comedy Movie: “Best of Times” (M s,l) (’09) (From Thailand, in Thai) 2:55 France 24 News In English From Paris

ABC3 6:00 Children’s Programs 8:30 SheZow 9:05 ABC 24 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News


Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 ABC New With Capital Hill 2:00 ABC News 3:00 ABC News 4:00 ABC News With The Business 5:00 ABC News with Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 6:30 The Drum 7:00 ABC News with Grandstand 8:00 ABC Evening News 9:30 Lateline 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:30 The Drum 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 7.30 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 Lateline

ABC2 6:00 Children’s Programs 3:30 Play School SBS 2 5:00 Worldwatch 4:00 Iron Chef 4:45 Vs.

Prime 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s]

WIN 5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:30 National Morning News [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Afternoon News 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 WIN News *Live [s] 7:30 The Hotplate (PG) 8:40 The Mysteries Of Laura: The Mystery Of The Biker Bar (M v) 9:40 The Mysteries Of Laura: The Mystery Of The Sex Scandal (M v,s) 10:40 Neighbours At War (PG l) 11:10 Renters (PG l) 11:40 Program To Be Advised 12:00 WIN News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 Arrow: Three Ghosts (M v)

Arashi 5:40 American Ninja Warrior: Denver Finals 6:30 If You Are The One 7:30 The Feed 8:00 The Office: Search Committee (Part 2) (PG) 8:30 Drama Movie: “Boyz n the Hood” (M v,s,l) (’09) (From the US) 10:35 Thriller Movie: “Sin Nombre” (MA15+ v) (’09) Stars: Paulina Gaitan & Edgar Flores (From Mexico, in Spanish) 12:20 The Feed 12:50 Comedy Bang! Bang! (M v) 1:20 Action Adventure Movie: “Warriors of Heaven and Earth” (M v,a) (’03) (From China, in Mandarin) 3:25 RT News In English From Moscow


tional Morning News [s] 12:00 WIN’s All Australian News 1:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Alive and Cooking [s] 3:00 National News Now 4:00 Afternoon News 5:30 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 WIN News *Live [s] 7:30 The Hotplate (PG) 8:40 The Truth About Calories [s] 9:40 Embarrassing Bodies Downunder (MA15+mp,n) 10:40 Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners (PG) 11:40 Extra [s] 12:00 WIN News [s] 1:00 A Current Affair [s] 1:30 20/20 [s] 2:30 Extra [s] 3:00 Impractical Jokers (M l) 3:30 Good Morning America [s]


To My World [s] 2:45 Love At First Sight [s] 3:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 3:30 Two Greedy Italians... Still Hungry (PG) [s] 4:30 The Dales With Ade Edmondson [s] 5:00 David Rocco’s Amalfi Getaway [s] 5:30 Letters and Numbers [s] 6:00 Nigella Bites: Comfort Food [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Fat vs. Sugar (PG) [s 8:30 The Island with Bear Grylls: Women’s Island (M l) 9:30 The Island with Bear Grylls: Men’s Island (MA15+l) 10:25 SBS World News [s] 11:00 Bosch: ‘Tis the Season (M v,l) [s] 12:45 Movie: “Running on Empty” (MA15+ s,a) (’10) (In Japanese)

ABC3 6:00 Children’s Programs 8:30 SheZow 9:15 ABC 24 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News



SBS 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Andre Rieu: Welcome

ABC2 6:00 Children’s Programs 3:30 Play School SBS 2 5:00 Worldwatch 4:00 Iron Chef 4:45 Vs.




Mornings 12:00 ABC News 1:00 ABC News With Capital Hill 2:00 ABC News 4:00 ABC News With The Business 5:00 ABC News with Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 6:30 The Drum 7:00 ABC News with Grandstand 8:00 ABC News with The Business 9:30 Lateline 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:30 The Drum 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 7.30 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC World News 5:30 Lateline


SBS 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Dateline [s] 1:30

France 24 International News [s] 1:45 The Journal [s] 2:00 PBS Newshour [s] 3:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 3:30 Insight [s] 4:30 360’ Geo Reports with Silvio Rivier [s] 5:30 Letters and Numbers 6:00 Nigella Bites [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Dan Snow: Birth of Empire: The East India Company (PG) 8:35 24 Hours in Police Custody: Conspiracy to Murder (M a,l) 9:40 Bosch: Blue Religion (M a,s,l) 10:35 SBS World News [s] 11:05 Night Will Fall (M a) [s] 12:30 Rectify (M a) 3:00 Thriller Movie: “Private Eye” (MA15+a,v) (’09) (In Korean & Japanese)

ABC2 6:00 Children’s Programs 3:30 Play School SBS 2 5:00 Worldwatch 4:00 Iron Chef 4:45 Vs.

4:00 Bananas In Pyjamas 4:25 Mister Maker 4:45 Thomas & Friends 5:00 The Hive 5:30 Octonauts 6:00 Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom 6:10 Peter Rabbit 6:25 Curious George 7:00 Spicks & Specks 7:30 Doctor Who: The Angels Take Manhattan (PG) 8:15 That ‘70s Show: Short & Curlies (PG) 8:35 The Human Tissue Squad (M a) 9:35 Bodyshockers: My Tattoo Hell (M a,n) 10:20 The Tonight Show (PG) 11:05 Great Ormond Street (PG) 12:05 That ‘70s Show 12:30 Doctor Who (PG) 1:15 The Tonight Show (PG) 2:00 ABC News Update

Arashi 5:40 American Ninja Warrior 6:30 If You Are the One 7:30 The Feed 8:00 The Office: The Incentive (PG) 8:30 The Way of the Dragon (M v) (’72) (From Hong Kong, in Cantonese) 10:30 Action Adventure Movie: “The Last Dragon” (M v,l) (’85) – In New York City, a young man searches for the “master” to obtain the final level of martial arts mastery (From the US) 12:30 The Feed 1:00 Comedy Bang! Bang! (M v) 1:30 Drama Movie: “The Blue Kite” (M l) (’93) (From China, in Mandarin) 4:00 DW News In English Berlin

ABC3 6:00 Children’s Programs 9:30 Bindi’s Boot- ABC 24 6:00 ABC News Breakfast 9:00 ABC News

camp 10:35 Behind The News 11:00 Operation Ouch! 11:30 The Personal History Of Charles Dickens 12:00 Degrassi 12:45 a gURLs wURLd 1:35 Lab Rats Challenge 2:00 Arthur 2:25 The Jungle Book 3:05 Oh No! It’s An Alien Invasion 3:30 Dr Dimensionpants 4:05 Grojband 4:45 Strange Hill High 5:25 Worst Year of My Life, Again 5:55 House of Anubis 6:20 Wacky World Beaters 7:00 Merlin (PG) 7:45 Operation Ouch! 8:10 My Great Big Adventure 8:30 Degrassi (PG) 8:50 Total Drama 9:15 Good Game 9:35 Rage (PG) ABC

Mornings 12:00 ABC News 12:30 National Press Club Address 1:30 ABC News With Capital Hill 2:00 ABC News 4:00 ABC News With The Business 5:00 ABC News with Grandstand 6:00 ABC News 6:30 The Drum 7:00 ABC News with Grandstand 8:00 ABC News with The Business 9:30 Lateline 10:00 The World 11:00 ABC News 11:30 7.30 12:00 ABC News 12:30 The Drum 1:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 2:00 BBC Global 2:30 7.30 3:00 Outside Source 3:30 BBC Focus On Africa 4:00 Al Jazeera Newshour 5:00 BBC News




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



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.

17-19 Waddell St – The Watchem Primary School is currently rented to June 2016 for $160 p/w. A large block of approx (1¾ acres) with 3 main buildings with classroom size rooms. A stand alone block houses two toilet/vanity/shower areas & a laundry. The kitchen has a gas stove and own electric HWS. Large electric/gas Rinnai inverter split systems service most areas as well as R/C a/c’s. Outside there is an old tennis court, oval and plenty of room to move.

Witton & Dowell St – This land would make an ideal development project for the keen investor. With 25 x 800m2 (approx) blocks on 6 acres (approx) set amongst residential homes in Dimboola, close to the hospital. The opportunities here are endless for Aged Care, residential blocks or even a combination of both STCA.





Price: $355,000




3 1 Residential Blocks

Price: $99,500


55 Woolcock St – A bit of paint and some general maintenance to this property would make a great home. It features 2 double bedrooms plus a sleepout, spacious lounge with reverse cycle a/c, compact but neat kitchen/meals area and renovated bathroom. Outside there is a single garage which is accessed from the rear lane. This property is set in a fantastic residential street close to shops.

2Expressions of Interest




Price: $79,990





5 Main St – A lot of the hard work is done. This cottage just needs some finishing touches. Featuring steel cladding, 3 bedrooms and study, solar hot water, large lounge with wood heater, ref a/c, partially installed timber kitchen, single garage all on a good size block. Jung is approx. halfway between Murtoa and Horsham with access to schools via a bus service.

4 Sherwood St – This 3 bedroom brick and tile home is currently tenanted on a 12 month lease for $180 p/w. This will give you a better return than those TD’s and your investing in bricks and mortar. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 with built in robes, lounge, kitchen and dining area. A Mitsubishi split system is the main heating and cooling. Outside there is a carport, garden shed and cement tank.



112 Scott St – The freehold is offered for sale. Currently leased to tenants who operate the local Foodworks Supermarket with rent revenue of $48,662.89 (excluding GST) per year over the current 5yr lease term which concludes in Jan 2019. Two CPI increases will take place in this period. A further two 5yr options are available to the tenant under this current agreement. The double storey predominantly brick building covers a total area of approx. 951 sq. mts.

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.

64 Jamouneau St – Boasting 4 double bedrooms, the main with a semi-ensuite and walk-in robe, timber kitchen with electric appliances, massive laundry with plenty of storage and one of the best bathrooms in town. There are floating timber floors and tiles throughout the home and you will be kept comfortable all year round with a freestanding wood heater and 2 refrig a/c’s.

Price: $490,000

Price: $89,000

2 Roy St – This vinyl clad home is set close to shops, river, sporting facilities and the school. Featuring 3 bedrooms, spacious lounge, large dining room, user friendly kitchen, as new hot water service, gas heating, family friendly bathroom and even a 2nd bathroom in a free standing outside room. Outside on the corner block you will find some old sundry sheds.




Price: $74,950




Price: $89,990



Price: $139,900












Price: $159,990



Price: $89,990











Commercial 3 Supermarket 1 Freehold 2

1 Murray St – This historic mud brick home features 3 bedrooms, up graded bathroom, as new roof and double garage. Outside the home is set on 2 titles in a quiet street without many neighbours. Priced to sell.

AUCTION Friday 21st August, 2015 @ 2pm on site 112-128 Camp St – This 2.79 ha block would be a great spot to build your dream home (STCA). The property features a Township Zoning, a convenient corner location, town water connected, power line running past the front of the property and 3 titles. The property is set back off the Sunraysia Highway with a bitumen bike track heading into town. You could sit on your front verandah and see the Watchem Lake in the distance.

2 1 Residential Block


• Gardiner St, W’beal

Price: $39,000 Choice of 3 blocks Zoned Business 4

Prices range from $17,000 to $21,000

• 66 Gierke Rd, Dimboola Price: $75,000

15 acre block

46 Henty Hwy – Set on the southern edge of town this aluminium clad home is Zoned ‘special use zone’ -Schedule 3. This property is on 3 crown allotments and features 3 bedrooms, office, ducted heating and cooling, electric stove and a spacious lounge. Ouside the well fenced house yard has 2 carports and an old storage shed, a workshop with easy access off the highway.




10 School St – This Californian bungalow has been lovingly restored by the current owners. The property features 3 bedrooms, formal lounge and dining rooms, new modern kitchen, new bathroom, polished timber floors, electric heating, ceiling fans in the bedrooms, new wiring, new plumbing, a cellar, double carport and a single garage. Set beside the High School this fantastic property should be on your must see list.


Price: $125,000



Price: $189,000

29-32 Ross & 33-36 Railway Sts – We are offering 8 blocks of Industrial Zoned land which we will be selling as a whole and in total there is approx 6800 m2 of land in 2 sections of which there are 4 titles in each section. This land is unserviced with sewerage in the back corner and power and water stop at the block next door. There are 2 gravel road frontages and a lane running across the back and dividing the 2 sections. This land is for genuine sale and will be sold on the day.

3 1 Industrial Land



• 119 Lascelles St, Hopetoun 3 2 Price: $249,000


• 38 Foundry St, Minyip 2 Price: $59,990



• 24 Dimboola Rd, Warracknabeal 2 1 3 Price: $179,000

• 510 Horseshoe Bend Rd, Dimboola 6 3 4 Price: $325,000

• 18 Allen St, Donald 3 Price: $149,000


• 7 Edith St, Jeparit Price: $129,000



• Royal Hotel, Rainbow Commercial Freehold Price: $159,000

• 72 Anderson St, Warracknabeal 3 1 1 Price: $159,000



Call us today on 5398 2219 (Sales) or 5398 2201 (Rentals) Cheryl Gardiner Admin

Christine Morrow Property Manager

Lorraine Sleep Admin

Fiona Knight Property Manager

John Hadley Licensed Agent

Rob Lehmann Sales Agent

53-55 Scott Street, Warracknabeal Page


Wednesday, July 29, 2015


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Cedar Ladies Dresser, spindle Colossal White Suffolks flock gallery to mirror, turned legs $275 rams, 1½yo, vacc OJD and 6 in 1, Ph 0487227965 2009 16’ Jayco Expander caravan, Brucellosis Acc No. 2466 Ph Justin 2 d/beds fold out, r/o awning, 12V 0400041853 The Weekly Advertiser battery system, DVD, A/C and is pleased to accept all Goat, full bore buck $100 Ph heating, fridge, 4 burner gas/electric 55701420 evenings personal announcements. cook top, microwave, electric Contact the classifieds department Golden Pheasants 8mths old - 3 on 5382 1351 for more information brakes $28,000 Ph 53522094 or male, 2 female, 2 King Parrots, 0401858965 Indian Ring necks yellow and green, 2 Eastern Rosellas, 1 yellow 2010 Olympic Sprinter pop-top Rosella hen, Twenty Eight Parrot 14’6”, s/beds, 3-way fridge, Animals & male, Cockatiels Ph 53902287 Early Aust red pine colonial kitchen microwave, 12V battery pack, e/ Accessories Hampshire down flock rams, dresser/bookcase, original glass, brakes, roll-out awning $19,500 Ph 1.5yrs, Aurora Park Stud located restored, been in family over 30yrs, 0417531271 10 white Dorper Maidew 2yo ewes St Helen Plains $250 plus GST Ph 1200L x 2160H x 460W $650ono Ph $1000 Ph 0407069797 Balmoral 0488159853 0417123940 3 fish tanks $300 for the lot Ph Harness racing mares, $200 0434024292 $800 details Ph 0427541372 3 male pups, pure German Koolies, Indian Game and Barred Rock both parents truck dogs, 14 weeks pullets Ph 0448506556 old, m/c # 978102100267471, # 978102100263982, # Indian ring neck parrots, pastel Miners couch, fully restored, 2011 Jayco Swan camper trailer, 978102100264099 $600each Ph viliot lace wings and cockatiels, ring for prices Ph 0408535515 Stawell original wire base, lovely item, not electric brakes, can be towed 0438844264 Horsham by most family size car, 6 berth, Irish Wolfhound puppies, 5 used $700 Ph 0439101170 Alpacas, breeding stock, pets innerspring mattresses to front and females, 3 males, big solid bones, Singer treadle sewing machine, 6 and flock protectors, all stock rear beds, bag flys and bag awning born 23/04/15, 8wks old, vet checked, drawers, GC $295 Ph 0408640270 guaranteed, inspections welcome, with zip on annex walls, gas/electric vacc, m/c # 978102100263654, delivery available Ph 0427602773 4 burner stove, gas grill, microwave 978102100263763, convection oven, 3 way fridge, very Alpacas, experienced wethers for 9 7 8 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 6 3 4 5 9 , Baby Needs little use, in EC, first registered sale, prices vary according to age 9 7 8 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 6 3 9 0 9 , 03/13, exp 01/03/16, rego V10193 978102100263759, Ph 0417531989 Heirloom style cream smock baby Alpacas, experienced wethers, 9 7 8 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 6 4 1 6 9 , dress, never worn $60 Ph 53822586 $20,000 Ph 0419598432 available for leasing and sale Ph 9 7 8 1 0 2 1 0 0 2 6 3 7 8 4 , Annexe suit small caravan, GC 978102100264175 $1500 Ph Velco baby single pusher, maroon 53826900 or 0409139761 $400 Ph 0428312626 $130 Ph 0447811622 0428349493 Boer goats, full blood buck and Cabana pop-top caravan, GC Pekin bantams, various colours, young does Ph 0488616058 $3000ono Ph 0428504611 Natimuk roosters and hens available $20 Caravans Border Leicester Rams Ph each Ph 0428821112 Camper trailer, soft floor, QS 0427670073 innerspring mattress, annex, Pigeons, Indian Fantails, assorted colours, from $10each Ph 1978-79 Coaster mobile home, awning, 60L water tank, 12V e/ 4-berth, motor Reco, 3 solar panels, pump, 100 amp hour battery, 240 0429355103 Longernong The Weekly Advertiser awning, radio, 12V fridge, 3.5 inverter solar, LED lighting, EC welcomes your advertising. Piglets, 14 weeks old at $100 or engine diesel, AGS544 $17,500ono $6000 Ph 53524139 We are required strictly by law make offer for lot Ph 0407399313 Ph 53521556 Ararat Lake Fynas area to include specific information 2001 Regent Cruiser 17’6 pop-top, on some items when Purebred English Staffys, publishing your advertisement. 2 male and 1 female, 10 weeks single axle, e/brakes, d/Island bed, A snapshot of your obligations old, m/c # 978101081522506, TV antenna, full annexe plus shade # 978101081514022, # awning, 3-way fridge, gas cook are as follows: top, microwave, portable A/C, EC 978101081522603 $500ono each ANIMALS $17,000 Ph 55790238 Ph Helen 0429379575

*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

*The Weekly Advertiser reserves the right to accept or refuse advertisements.


2005 Jayco Heritage caravan 17’6”, 2 s/beds, roll-out awning, full Antiques annexe, split system aircon, battery Campervan 2001 Mazda E2000, pack, microwave, cook top grill and petrol motor, auto, gear box with Antique chair, family keepsake, oven, never been used $20,000 Ph over drive, 5 seat-belts, good tyres, VGC, deceased estate $300 Ph 53522849 Ararat new roll-out awning, rear kitchen 0427283819 2006 Jayco Swan Outback, dual with 12V/240V fridge, microwave, Antique leadlight cabinet with gas bottles, dual water tanks 180Lt, reg til 01/16 WWQ424 $14,000 Ph bottom drawer, 57w x 157h x 36d, trigg hitch, 120w solar panel, 100AH 0427522844 Ararat photos available $450 Ph 53826365 battery, Aussie Traveller awning and Antique sewing machines, Singer, annex, EC $21,000 Ph 0488623005 Campervan Jayco Jayswift 1992, early 1950’s, timber restored 2008 Jayco Sterling, model GC, always shedded, good tyres, bed flies, awning $9000ono Ph $70ono Ph 53823369 2165-3, front kitchen, ensuite, also 0400728252 fitted with Jayco 15” wheels, in Cedar Dresser Top, 3 glass doors, 230cm W x 34cm D x 115cm H $250 immaculate condition $35,000 Ph Caravan fridge, 2-way gas/electric Ph 53826350 0409954936 $350 Ph 0408640270


Farm Machinery

Traveller Hurricane caravan, 19’, full height aircon, Island bed, new awning, full annexe, 3-way fridge $20,900 Ph 0427094601

21 tyne C.T. Shearer combine, big box edge on tynes, 6 rows, VGC $18,700 Ph 0428863553

Flat Ducato Camper 2007, 62,000kms, fridge, m/w, TV, shower, HWS, dual batteries, awning UZR790 $39,000 Ph 0407847191

Viscount Grand Tourer pop-top Fridge, 12/24V Indel B upright, 15’, full annexe, gas stove, gas/ model CR130 $500 Ph 0428837235 electric fridge, VGC $6000 Ph Jayco Heritage caravan, 2003, 0418350445 Horsham 18’6, Island bed, large fridge, heating and cooling, solar panels, awning, full annexe, VGC $21,990 Ph 0427094601 Jayco pop-top, 90’s series, 15ft 6 inches, 2 s/bunks, double also an option, 3 way refrigerated, oven, 4 burner cooktop D43065 $6850ono Ph 53581787 AH

2140 SP Horwood Bagshaw header, 25’ coombe front on trailer, 20’ smale pea front $5000 plus Gst Ph 56223710 machinery at Patchewollock 24 Run J series sShearer combine, sowing on 18 tynes, 300mm spacing with Ryan rolling harrows $7400 Ph 0428863553 4x 50 tonne Silos, Ararat area, $1250 each Ph 0429068373 60’ Jetstream computer spray, working condition $3500ono Ph 0487981500

Air seeder, Versatile 29’ chisel plough seeder bar, 12” spacings, Flexicoil heads, 500lb break out, Manutec press wheels, tow behind or between optional, Agritech points, all roller rockers rebushed, Wayfarer 13’, d/bed, gas stove, very solid unit, must see $19,990 3-way fridge, microwave $3500ono plus GST Ph 0428231451 Ph Martin 0407261874

Light weight viscount caravan, 860KG, all new inside, heavy duty Windsor Windcheater pop top annex, EC, reg 01/15 $7500ono Ph caravan, 16ft, 3 way fridge, gas 0418143402 stove, SB awning, 12 volt and 240 Motorhome, 84 Nissan Civilian volt lighting, $5500 Ph 53911221 or bus, 6 cyl Hemi motor, 3 berth, full 0409687529 annexe, all engineer certificates, drives great, GC, RBA700 $10,000ono Ph 0417310781 Regal 18’ pop-top caravan, Island bed, heater/cooler air conditioner, many extras, EC, D77494 $15,000 Ph 53585526 Regent 19’6” 2008 ensuite, Lemair washing machine, centre door, 8500 series awning with Aussie Traveller wall kit, tunnel boot, picnic table, TV, radio, sink cover, Anderson plug, tow hitch, level rides, suit new buyer, reg til 6/15 REDUCED $40,000 Ph 0427582449 Stawell

Alfarm A550 bin and Urea spreader, new spare belt included, VGC $11,000ono inc GST Ph Winnebago Esperance 2009 club 53894258 or 0428894258 Dimboola lounge, Iveco TD, seat 4 electric Alfarm Cultivator bar, series 034, bed, d/heating, gas cooking/hot 40’ wide, 3 row, EO $6600 inc GST water, 12V 2dr fridge, TV/DVD Ph 53832227 after 7pm remote dom awning, fresh/grey Allfarm Cultivator bar, 33’ vertical water tanks, lots more, one lady fold, 6” cut, double spring, 3 row owner, no pets, non smoker, good finger harrows $3300 inc Ph unit $120,000 Ph 0429825226 0428648640

Roadstar caravan 1989, 18’, 2 Farm Machinery s/bunks, d/bed, pop-top, full size annexe, 3-way fridge, gas stove and oven, microwave, aircon and heater, 1 tonne bulker bag 2014 seed reg til 11/15 D21206 $7500ono Ph net scope barley at Martin Rural Rainbow Ph 53951262 still the only 53583648 or 0408542494 registered clear field malt barley, Roadstar pop-top, s/beds, fold out private sale, not farming Ph Trevor awning, single axle, front kitchen, 0428951262 3-way fridge, 4 ring gas cooker, 14’ Vennings deluxe seed and Hayman Reese towbar, 2-way a/c, super unit, fair condition $3000ono always shedded, lots of extras, well Ph 0428957225 worth a look $15,000 or best offer 1989 Case 1680 header, 30’ 1010 Ph 53911438 Nhill bat front, good tyres, smale p/ Roma Elegancy 2006, 21’ tandem plucker, 5635 engine hrs, trailers with awning and annexe, gas/ $27,000 inc GST Ph 0428951262 elec hot water, AC battery pack, 120L fridge, reverse heat cooling, innerspring mattress, front kitchen, ensuite $36,000 Ph 0448099981 or 0459949533 2014 Weedseeker, 80’/24m, Summerland 2006 triple bunk can be extended, 800L product with QB, 3-way fridge, gas stove/ tank, separate blanket spray grill, a/c, heating, roll-out awning line, brand new condition, serial and fully enclosed annexe, EC number g15824s $165000 inc Ph 0427902165 $30,000neg Ph 0457100341

Arrowleaf clover seed cleaned and in 25kg bags, $3.50 per kg Ph 0427861361 Auto steer system, Leica Mojo RTK, EC $2500 inc Ph 0428871454 B.T.D. 6 International crawler tractor, blade and winch, GC $9000 or best offer Ph Daniel 0487281581 Blanche fleur vetch seed, cleaned $1100 plus GST Ph 0427512281 Brandt Auger 8”x 60’ long, PTO drive, done very little work $7700 inc GST Ph 53502365 Case backhoe attachment, fits on to back of tractor $2200 inc GST Ph 0407051973 Case IH 8930 magnum, MFWD 6400hrs, 1000 PTO, duals, rear inner 95%, front 75%, Outback S3 hydraulic auto steer, VGC $58,300 inc GST Ph 0427523331 Case LBX432 4x3 square baler, 2007 model, 30,000 bales, full service history, EC $55,000 inc Ph 0428540636

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Farm Machinery

Farm Machinery

For Sale

For Sale

Cole Grouper 4.2m with augers, 6040 split with tarp and legs $6000 plus GST Ph 0427948674

Gas hot water unit, Rheem, internal, 90L, town gas $130 Ph 0408640270

Gear Pump, 2” with 13hp Honda reduction drive, EC $2750 Ph 0408588652

Gold detector, Minelab GP extreme plus accessories $2950ono Ph 0408127425

Goldacres 3000L boom spray hydraulic pump ACE FMC-150-HYD-206 $3300 inc GST Ph 0429904265 Goldacres 4000L 30m Boom, 3 section, Raven 440 induction hopper, Khem probe, foam marker, flush tank, tank rinse, GC, 1996 model $18,700ono Ph 0428821394

Vennings auger 50’x9” full hydraulic - lift and drive around, 24hp Honda, also c/w spare legume flight for beans $12,000 plus Gst Ph 0418822700

REDUCED Ariens Tiller, 4hp Briggs Stratton motor, chain drive, VGC, extra set of blades $500 Ph 0429195408

Vennings auger 7” 45’ 18hp Briggs Stratton motor $2500 Ph 53582622

Ride on mower, AMC Explorer model 33, 13hp $1320 inc Ph 0417577823

Vennings grain auger, 50’ 10”, 2010 double chain 31hp vanguard motor $17,600 inc GST Ph Goldacres 5000L sprayer, 28m 0428951262 boom, hydraulic drive, transcal, Wool press - hydraulic, Lister chem hopper, foam marker, McLodge super pinner, EC, done 440DB controller, VGC $40,000 Ph little work $9500 plus GST Ph 0408588652 0428975294 Goldacres Boomspray 24m 4000L Wool table steel polly rollers, 9’6” double foam, tanscal, induction by 5’ $220 inc GST Ph 0429843211 hopper, Raven 440 controller $18,200 Ph 0428863553 Goldacres SCS spray controller 4000L 28m 1996 Boomspray, double foam markers $15,400 inc GST Ph 0428951262 Header Inter 710, 60’ PTO hyd unload auger, VGO $1750 inc GST Ph 0428936276 Header MF 760, V8 Perkins, hydro drive, 2 fronts with trailer, good machine $8800 inc GST Ph 0418935957 Header N6 Gleaner, 8.3L commins, 30’ bat and tyne reels, VGO, harvest ready $19,800 inc GST ono Ph 0428936276 Hydraulic Power Pack, Honda motor large oil tank $1650 Ph 0408588652 Illabo Bunker Auger, 12” 70’ with a 15’ swivel shoot, Perkins turbo motor, perfect for filling and emptying up to 25m bunkers $19,000ono Ph 0428918222 John Deere 40’ cultivator $4000ono Ph 0427832215 or 0402749413 John Deere 630F and trailer, fair condition $18,000 Ph 0427340076 John Deere 9660 STS, R1675/ E2683 straw chopper, adjustable, pre-cleaner, small and large concave set, harvest ready, EC $150,000 plus GST Ph 53826437 Leith 25’ pea plucker on trailer $2500 Ph 0428508121

Ride on mower, AMC Explorer, 13hp, 33” cut $1500ono Ph Golf Cart, 2003 club ds, VGC, 0427812903 electric cart, situated in Horsham, Ride-on mower Cox stockman can deliver 100kms radius series 2 $1500 Ph 0417348051 $3300ono Ph Nathan 0418657247 Roller door, 2500mmHx2590mmW, or Mark 0409952966 woodlan grey, comes with rail and Greco 395 airless spray gun, accessories, brand new $450 Ph GC, new primer valve $1000 Ph 0434312756 53825451 Rotary Hoe 6’3 PL HD, 3spd rotor, Hitachi compound mitre saw, new blades $1100 Ph 53826461 For Sale approx 10yo $340 Ph 53881238 Saw bench blade 42” T/T $375 Ph Toolondo area 12½ lengths 50mm pipe for 0411419516 Ararat security fence, looks new, no holes, House bricks, 2500, s/hand, Signs - ‘Giveway to stock’ could deliver $700 no GST Ph clean, ready to lay $2000ono Ph and ‘Oversize’ - $80 each Ph 0418535801 53811093 0417538886 Ararat 12’x6’ 2 axle trailer with sheep Spa, 8-10 people, 1500L, pump crate and ramp $2700 Ph and blower, no heater $1200 Ph 0427531013 Rainbow 0428837235 15”x12” Minelab Commander Steel storage container, 20’x8’ mono metal detector, coil, new skid with concrete pads $1800 Ph plate, GC $185 Ph 0411419516 0409954335 1x edge trimmer, 1x whipper snipper, both electric $40each Ph 53523172 Husqvarna ride-on mower, 200amp inverter T.I.G. stick welder, model VTH2242TF, near new, only as new $900 Ph 0427590246 49hrs use, 22hp V twin engine, Glenorchy commercial 42’ cutting deck, fully 2nd hand timber, doors and serviced $3000ono Ph 0418503771 windows h/w 4x2, 3x2, 4x3, assorted or 0343139706 lengths Radiata pine, lining boards Steel tipping trailer to pull behind assorted lengths, reasonable offers a ride-on mower, drop sides, accepted Ph Noel 0407434003 EC $300ono Ph 0418503771 or 0343139706 3 CB radios, 27 MHZ $100 Ph 0428894258 Stihl 023 chainsaw, GC $300 Ph 53569220 6 burner BBQ, GC $250ono Ph 0417309700 Stihl O5I Chainsaw, VGC, 3 spare bars $600 Ph 53583326 Air compressor, 2cyl, 205lpm, 2hp Husqvarna YTH2242TDRF ride-on $200 Ph 0404730072 Tank stand, good steel construction, mower, 5hrs, 9mths old, still approx 6m $400 Ph 0488616058 ANC Ride On Mower, VGC, under 5yr warranty $4500ono Ph 482hrs, total time, new blades, TV/GPS tower, 50’, pivoting, bolted 0427881332 $990ono Ph 0439424112 at base $300 with UHF Phased Inogen One G3 portable oxygen Antique horse drawn plough, 3 Array antenna with booster Ph furrow, makers plate attached $500 concentrator, brought 08/13, very 0417025244 little use $2000 Ph 0400900323 Ph 53596244

Australian Post annual stamp Lister double ended grinder, collections, 11 sets, earliest 1992, double clamps on stand $350 Ph various prices or the lot $1000 Ph 53562301 0439444200 Macey field bin 240 bad, Nelson Bed, electric adjustable king single, immaculate condition, head/foot field bin 280 bag Ph 0428863553 adjustable, massage function, free MB 1418 high tough pm, McVeigh delivery within 50kms of Ararat 32’ single axle trailer - double deck $1200ono Ph 0427622153 sheep crate to suit $4500 plus Gst Ph 56223710 machinery at Camping fridge/freezer, Chescold, 3way, gas, 240v/12v, 60L $250 Ph Patchewollock 0427111346 Mower Conditioner 2008 MF 1375, Chain mesh fencing, approx 100m 15’, steel on steel rollers, disc cut, x120cm, bright, VGC, 50ml rails, VGC $29,000 Ph 0407522264 posts, clamps $1000 Ph 53811093

Mulcher, 4m wide, height wheels Corner TV Cabinet, cupboard $13,200 Ph 0408588652 space - top and bottom, VGC $150 Nuffield 460 diesel tractor, front Ph 53821133 blade, GC $3500 Ph 0487281581 Dog Yard, 8x4, elevated timber Round baler, Krone KR160 batton floor, $800 Ph 0417538886 5x4, net and twine $2000ono Ph Ararat Ezytrailer camper trailer, 2010 0427861316 Sherwell field bin x2 $4000 plus model with extras, swing out kitchen, water tank and pump, Gst or will separate, shearer harrows dual batteries, 160w solar panel 40’ $1800 plus Gst Ph 56223710 and charger, 4x jerry can holders, machinery at Patchewollock 2x 4.5kg gas bottle holders, gas Stainless Steel Tanks, insulated, store, heater and light, Coleman various sizes $0.50 per litre Ph hot water on demand, large storage box on pull, set up for 240V, 3x 0408588652 kids stretcher beds, Prado wheels Stationery engines, Honda 11hp, plus 2 spares, stone guard, 4 room key start Honda 5.5hp, Honda set up, ideal for family, selling 4.5hp, Peroni 6.5hp, all bare due to upgrade $8000ono Ph Tim horizontal shafts $600 the lot Ph 53919240 or 0429919240 0488616058 Firescreen, sturdy steel $80 Ph Tractor Fordson Major, twin plate, 53823833 clutch and gear box reconditioned, Firewood $50 inc GST per cubic remotes, belt pulley, 3 point linkage, meter, olive wood, pickup only good running order $5000 Ph Laharum Ph 0418371448 53592345 or 0466038909 Firewood Redgum, yellow box Trailing boom, 80’, Andy line, not 20m loads delivery available $1950 plumbed $750 Ph 0428837235 Ph 0437662600 or 0448263700 Trash Seeder Napier Grassland Fowlers bottles, 235, many sizes, 423, 24 run, 6 row, 3 row clips, lids, books, thermometer, unit flexcoil finger harrows $6600 Ph $1000ono Ph 53596244 0428648640 Futon bed, q/size, innerspring Tyres x3, second hand, 380/90R46, mattress $200ono Ph 53822911 self propelled sprayer, good for Galvanised corrugated iron, long spares $750 or will separate Ph lengths, GC $4 plus Gst/metre Ph 0418120702 Ararat 0428837235



Iveco 1998 cabover, 14L deroit, 18spd and hydraulics WVN739 $33,000ono Ph 0408152916

Large quantity second hand un-cleaned grey/brown bricks, 50c each or any reasonable offers accepted Ph 53994208, 53981901 or 0407242914

Household Items 1 Fowlers Vacola sterilizer, books thermometer, variety of jars, stainless steel lids 65, chips 11, 41 new rings $350 Ph 53891145

2 A-grade black leather electric Large timber dog kennel and an recliners, as new $995ono for pair anchor $100 or will separate Ph Ph 0418531131 0400603611 2x recliners, white vinyl, no marks, McCulloch M4218 chainsaw, EC GC $170 Ph 0408640270 Ararat $200 Ph 53569220 Pot plants, various, includes many succulents, from $2 Ph 0417025244

3 piece TV entertainment unit, solid pine in GC $450ono Ph Helen Professional Kirkland Signature, 0429379575 all stainless steel outdoor gas grill, 5-Function wall oven, 600mm $1000 plans changed with building wide, as new $200 Ph 53525370 design so need to rid, will negotiate Ararat with nearest offer, beautiful piece of 7 piece dining table, dark teak, furniture for the household gourmet vinyl covered chairs, EC $400 Ph cook, never been used, side burner 53521965 Ararat and rotisserie, 896 square inches of cooking space, heavy gauge 93 removal boxes and 2 wardrobe 304 stainless steel construction, boxes, GC $105ono or can separate stainless steel burners, infrared Ph 53822164 or 0401561717 ceramic rear rotisserie burner, covered brass side burner, patented push and turn jet pilot ignition system with stainless steel motor and internal counter balance, zinc alloy knobs and other trimmings, give me a call and let’s talk Ph 53911111 or 0427042750 Nhill

Asko front load washing machine, 3yo, VGC $600 Ph 0400579340

Attractive wall unit, 800x1800mm, walnut veneer, EC $60 Ph 0409250479

Household Items

Household Items

Household Items

Lounge suite, pine, restored, 3 chairs, 2 seater, brick red frame, neutral cushions $180 Ph 0401815967

UN children 12 porcelain dolls with certificate $360ono will separate Ph 0437718077

Used Rinnai Royate gas log heater Lounge Suite, suede, GC $500 Ph $300ono Ph 0419540603 0429909290 Various household items, student desk, BBQ with 8kg gas bottle, d/ Blue fabric lounge suite, 2 seater bed brass iron with rails, s/bed head couch and 2 recliners $300 Ph end slats, all in GC $100 or will 0438020499 separate Ph 0427098203 Cedar awning windows and Westinghouse freestyle fan forced doorway with door, just removed oven, separate grill, stainless steel, from house, 1x 3410x2400, 1x 1800x2400, 1x 1470x2400, Natuzzi leather lounge suite, VGC $300 Ph 0400579340 2x 375x2100, 1x door with cream, GC $400 Ph 0409523448 Westinghouse freezer, tucker box, side windows, VGC $1000 Ph Old Stampco washing machine VGC $150 Ph 0427283819 for info 0488623005 complete $100ono Ph 0427098203 Coffee table pair $50 Ph Printing press MES 16”, starting 0418582048 out model, includes stand, EC $800 Computer desk with hutch $180 Ph Ph 0427581182 0401434904 Q/size mattress, new Sealy Corner lounge suite, 5 seater, Posturepedic Invigorate medium regal red, 2 lounge, 2 foot stools, pillow-top, new price $3499, asking $1900 Ph 53820857 GC $500 Ph 53582256 Corner TV unit, EC $250ono Ph Quality comfy timber lounge, removable covers, 2x single, 1x 0418582048 3-seater, EC $250 Ph 53525370 Couch, 3 seater, in GC, blue pastel Ararat Wrought iron and timber, indoor colours $80 Ph 0408640270 or patio display shelves $160ono D/sofa bed, made by Oscar’s, Ph 53521677 EC, photos available $770ono Ph 53826365 Dining table and chairs, round with extension, oak finish, matching chairs, EC REDUCED to $395ono Ph 0457226750


1981 Streaker 5.2 runabout 1/2 cab PB 201, 1996 90 no Mercury Dish washer, as new, never been REDUCED kitchen suite with outboard motor, on easytow installed/used $400 Ph 0488616058 padded chairs $250 Ph 0407581291 boat trailer, electric winch, safety equipment, fish finder and rod Doors, 5 assorted, GC to EC $250 holders, C53883 $7000 Ph the lot Ph 0419505737 0419331836 Dresser treated pine, made by tradesman, large display back, drawers and shelving, EC $340ono Ph 0457226750 Retro bed suite and mirror dresser, includes bedside tables with built in radio and lights, storage in mirror and dresser, plenty of storage $550 Ph 0427369453 1987 Gilflite 220hp, filter on water pickup, high pole, training side bar, sound system, cover, always shedded, great first boat , new trailer, $8,500 Ph 0417695050 Extension Table, classic 2.4m 2001 Quintrex 4.1 tinny, GC454, oval-ended, polished timber table, with trailer, PO7351, 20hp Yamaha 2 large pedestal legs and extended motor $5500ono Ph 53585526 feet, 8 high-backed chairs with 20hp Honda 4 stroke outboard suede padded seats $875 Ph motor, as new condition $3000ono Rinnai free standing gas log 0487227965 heater, town gas, large flue kit inc, Ph 0400103637 AH Freezer 150L, Heller $210 Ph 2yo, as new condition, no longer 0408640270 required due to ducted heating Front loading Electrolux washing $1300 Ph 0417551182 Horsham machine, GO $150 Ph 0427098203 Roll top desk, retro, height Great water filter system, cost 1170mm, width 920mm, depth $2000 sell $200 Ph 0401434904 540mm $165 Ph 0408640270 Haier 148L chest freezer, as new Screen door $250 Ph 0418582048 3.6 savage Jabiru punt and trailer, $180 Ph 0401434904 Shiplab weatherboards, 250mm new rego, 15hp, Parsun motor, all High back armchair, height or 10”, need cleaning $1.50 per m gear, elt motor 110 amp batt, reg adjustable legs, EC $150 Ph Ph 0419540603 boat BL622 trailer U54688 $3500 53821391 Sofa bed, GC, bottle green $100 Ph Ph 0437568709 Household items, 4 mahogany 0427098203 f/control, 4.4m Caribbean, dining room chairs, microwave, Stock watering trough, fibreglass, tilt trailer, 30hp Johnson pedal stool fan, large cane washing polymaster, 2.4m diameter, 360mm $3200 Ph 0427590246 Glenorchy basket, brown suit-case never used deep, EC $250 Ph 0427581182 and brand new $500 or will separate Stone table with 6 metal chairs, Ph 0427283819 VGC $550 Ph 0428548843 Household items, 6 seated glass top table and outdoor setting, q/ Student map top desk, white, EO bed, s/bed, 3 drawer desk, 2 lamps, $40 Ph 0409250479 dining room table, lift aid, d/oven Surround sound JBHiFi speakers and grill, fold-up bed, chair Ph and pioneer amplifier $1400ono Ph 5m Skimmer fibreglass half cab, 53822911 BD373, 50 Marina electric tilt motor, 0409538240 crystal animal VGC, with 1990 Dunbier trailer, Industrial sewing machine Singer Swarovski 191D300A with accessories, ornaments, as new Ph 0432604317 E57985Z, new tyres, new 2000 pound electrical winch, REDUCED excellent working order and service Dimboola to sell $4000ono Ph 0429195408 $350 Ph 0407690457 Ararat Tasmanian Oak kitchen and King single, MK5 adjustable bed, appliances, GC $1800 Ph The Weekly Advertiser 2.5yo, latex mattress message unit, 0448524502 EC, new price, all genuine enquires Telephone, Oricon Care 170 welcomes your advertising. welcome $3100 sell $1099 Ph pendant phone, new $75 Ph We are required strictly by law 0498033027 to include specific information 0427581182 Kitchen table, circular 1m, 4x Timber dining table with 8 timber on some items when metal and cane chairs $300ono Ph chairs, grey suede, EC $390ono Ph publishing your advertisement. A snapshot of your obligations 53822911 0437718077 Large dark stained wall unit with TV cabinet, 1.1m x 0.8m, doors are as follows: cocktail cabinet, photos available open to side, EC $50ono Ph BOATS All advertisements for boats $770 Ph 53826365 0437718077

BBQ 4 burner with hood and cover, natural gas connection $200ono Ph 0447010173

Quantity pressed metal lining, Bedroom suite, 2 side tables, GC $1000ono or will separate Ph dresser with mirror, blanket box, 0408911281 2 matching lamps - no charge, Rear diff for HZ75 land cruiser with Queen Ann white, EC $340ono Ph a lokka kit fitted to it, 10,000kms 0457226750 $450 Ph 0448891486 Billiard table - slate top, 8x5’,

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.

REDUCED 1200 new bricks on Blackwood wooden panels to Large entertainment unit, plenty TV Cabinet, cupboard space pallet, copper stone colour $500 Ph convert to dining table top, cues, of cupboard space, VGC $500 Ph top and bottom, VGC $200 Ph 0488060189 Edenhope 53823306 balls, etc $1300ono Ph 53583326 53823306

Wednesday, July 29, 2015


Mobility Aids

Motor Vehicle Accessories


Boat 4.5m fibreglass, savage, envoy, 55hp Johnson, gal tilt trailer, fish finder/UHF, sea worthy $4800ono Ph 0418335659

Dagger drifter 2, dual seat kayak, Oscar furniture arm chair, lift as new with paddlers, stable chair, blue, EC, with wooden activity table $1000 Ph 0428951512 lightweight $800 Ph 0428548843 Path Rider gopher, red, 4-wheel, baskets, f/b, flag, new batteries, VGC $1500ono Ph 53822405

wheel, western bars, 2 into 1 exhaust, 2 upseat with rack, single seat, lots more extras included, RWC, reg til 09/15 IE4IE $23,900 Ph for photos 0428136134

Harley Davidson 883L sportster low, 2008, 5000 orig kms, pristine Pride folding mobility scooter - condition, quick detachable screen, fits in car boot, EC, includes charger extras, 12mths reg HL578 $9000 Ph and manual $950 Ph 53911501 or 0428519879 0423452483 Nhill

Motorcycles Kayak, D.A.G. midway 4.4m, sit-on quality touring model, sealed bulkhead, multiple leg stops, cargo well and net, deck lines and carry handles, EC, flame colour $895 Ph 0487227965

KTM 65sx 2009 model with 2010 updates, never raced $3300 Ph Outboard Vortex 5hp, approx 0427915270 Nhill 10hrs work, still under warranty Suzuki DR650 2010, black, very 2006 Husqvarna Te 510, tidy bike low kms, 12mths reg, staintune pipe $750 Ph 0428837235 $3500 Ph 0432364551 ect, IA7RW $5500 Ph 53521854 or Ski boat, ZD Cobra Hull, 350 chev, mid mount TA - trailer, all new 2008 CRF150R big wheel, never 0499428045 covers, great family boat, reg boat raced, regular oil and filter changes, Yamaha 2009 TTR110 motorbike, DJ913, trailer B49568 $9500ono Ph lowering link can be fitted if required, electric and kick start, 4 stroke, EC VGC $2800 Ph 0488623005 $2200 Ph 0409510232 Horsham 0417310781 Yamaha PeeWee 80 Motorbike GC $1200ono Ph 0417348051

Streaker 4.4m boat NE291, 1999 Marine 75hp motor on Dunbier trailer B08174, with radio, Navman, fish finer, cover, vests, rocket launcher, reg til 07/15, VGC, deceased estate $12,550 Ph 0438532351 Yamaha Waverunner GP1200 Jetski on Dunbier trailer $4200 Ph 2010 Softail Custom Harley Davidson, 4300kms JD075 $24,000 0417348051 Ph 0429330417

Mobility Aids

2010 Yamaha XTZ1200 Super Tenere, one elderly owner since new, 17,650kms, in mint condition, many extras including bash bars, driving lights, adjustable windscreen, and aluminium carry rack JA367 $13,000 Ph 53522617 after 5pm Ararat

Yamaha WR450, 12/2008, all original, 2850kms, EC, 12mths reg 1C5EV $4900 with RWC Ph 0427032440

2011 TT110E Yamaha motorbike, fox helmet and boots, all in EC $2300 Ph 0427035395 Chair, Vibradorm, electric massage, ergonomic lift chair, 5 massage programs plus intensity settings, also sleep, refresh fitness programs, immaculate condition, brought $7000 new, sell $1500ono Ph 0439776537 Gofer Pride Celebrity, VGC, dust cover $1500ono Ph 0429114332 CRF 150r, top bike $3000 Ph Ibosa mobility scooter with flag, 0427506755 manual and charger $1000ono Ph CRF 450 X 2008, EC, 2768A $4000 53523706 Ph 0418553990

Garage Sales

Promote your garage sale in The Weekly Advertiser For the cost of just $38.50 you receive: • A business card size ad in the paper • Radio ads on both 3WM and Mixx FM the day before and the day of your Garage Sale Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Motor Vehicles $10,001 - $20,000

2003 Ford BA Futura, factory gas, auto, cruise, tinted windows, rear spoiler TAA530 $5000 Ph 0407861190 or 0414843011

Mobility scooter with charger Goldwing 1500cc, 6cyl, CR711, and manual, EC, choice of two 1989 model, 6mths reg $5000 Ph 0422898036 $1350ono Ph 0458121615 Mobility Scooters, EC, from Harley Davidson 1200 Custom Sport, immaculate condition, $600 several to choose from Ph 29,000kms, new tyres and battery, 53522455 Ararat just serviced, very reliable and great Catamaran 14’ Paper Tiger, GC, Oscar electric recliner, EC $1000 to ride $12,900ono Ph 0408824739 PT1964 $900 Ph 53911969 or Ph between 6pm - 8pm Monday to Harley Davidson 2011 soft tail 0438514357 Friday 0408128556 standard, 8300kms, custom front

Flightcraft Dominator, 150hp Mercury, fresh water use only with custom cover, one owner, boat in EC, LN235 $13,000 Ph 0409549714

Motor Vehicles $3000 - $10,000

Yamaha XT660R, black, purchased new in 2010, comes with Ventura rack and Ventura sack, fantastic dual purpose bike, 10,000kms, 12mths reg, RWC, JA689 $6300ono Ph 0457810223

Yamaha XVS250 Cruiser, VGC, RWC, reg til 06/16, economical reliable 1I7TB $2700 Ph 0428992238

Motor Vehicle Accessories Aluminium bull bar Ford XD-XG Ute $320 Ph 0408640270 Ararat ARB rear stop towbar, black, to suit 2014 Hilux 4WD, as new condition $500 Ph 0429200566 Canopy Ute back to suit std tray, near new cond $1800 Ph 0418535801 Compact Ford parts, 4 doors, complete left and right guards, bonnet, plenty extras $3000ono Ph 53585526

REDUCED Nissan Pulsar ST 2009 Toyota Yaris XRS, 5dr, auto, 2005, auto, cruise control, A/C, new VGC, 14,600kms XCQ261 $10,500 tyres, drive and passenger airbags, Ph 0448740474 female driver, RWC, reg til 11/15 2004 Barina, auto air, GC, UEY408 $5000 Ph 53523145 137,000kms, RWC, TBN372 $4000 REDUCED SS Commodore 2001, VGC, red, 190,000km, chev Ph 0419104216 6spd, manual, ZKG125 $6000 Ph 2004 Hyundai Sonata V6, Ford XLT Ranger tub 2010 PK 0428913235 burgundy, 174,000kms, EC, model $500ono 0409538742 SSJ658 $4000 Ph 0429982149 Subaru liberty 1999, 5spd manual Hand leaver winch, brand new, Warracknabeal sedan, long term rego, ABS, climate 2011 Mazda3 maxx sport, VGC, in box, TJM-Mazda recovery 4x4 control, cruise control, 2.5L RDL452 only 30,100kms YHF381 $17,500 including carry bags 20m 10mm 2005 VZ Holden Commodore $3500 Ph 0458066992 Ph 0419306100 steel cable, much cheaper than Lumina V6, auto, white, GC, Captiva LX 2007, auto, turbo Toyota Corolla Ascent sport 2007, THR324 $5200 Ph 53573223 or eBay $235 Ph 53825323 or silver, auto, A/C, EC 150,000kms, diesel, 7 seats, tow bar, 6 stack CD 0418396906 0429133411 RWC, URO652 $9000 Ph player, DVD, leather interior, cruise Hilux 4WD tub to suit 2014 model 2005 XC Barina, auto air, 0408505959 control, ABS, stability control, front 104,000kms, RWC, VGO, TLN262 - extra cab, gun-metal grey, inc and side air bags, A/C, alloy wheels, sports bar, rubber mat and tonneau $6200ono Ph 0429986219 135,000kms WAB724 $15,000ono cover, as new condition $500 Ph 2006 Ford Fiesta LX hatch, manual, Ph 0417352706 0429200566 40,100kms, 12mths reg, EC, Holden BE Commodore 2008, Holden HX nose cone complete, carefully maintained, lady owner tint, lowered, sports exhaust, no rust $400 Ph 0411419516 Ararat UOK445 $7400 Ph 53470388 VR Commodore V8, 133,000kms, 140,000kms XNU139 $11,000ono Sports bar, 75mm Alloy tradesman 2008 Ford Fiesta LX, hatch, auto, 5spd, gas, new tyres, paint and Ph 0400527176 suitable for VU Commodore Ute red, 97,666kms, lady owner, EC, battery, 1yr reg YGC455 $4500ono WKX181 $7250 Ph 0417511094 $250ono Ph 0439610481 for more info Ph Adam 0439043589 Holden Rodeo base cab Ute, 2006, white, manual, 4x4, 3L turbo diesel, Tow bar to suit VE Commodore 93 VR Commodore wagon, full fuel tray, 139,000kms, recent RWC, wagon, heavy duty, tongue, wiring body kit, fresh paint, mags, 208k Motor Vehicles EC, 12mths reg 1AP7Ru $15,000 kms, GC, OCD004 $3200ono Ph included $300 Ph 0427111346 $10,001 - $20,000 Ph 0448846338 0400579340 Tray steel off Mazda Bravo, single cab, drop sides, checker plate floor Commodore Acclaim 2000 VT 2003 Toyota Hilux SRS dual cab, series 2, 163K, fully serviced, RWC, 3.4 petrol, dual battery, LR tank, bull $650 Ph 0408372666 Dimboola EC, 12mths reg QYH214 $3500 Ph bar, t/bar, canopy, A/C, 292,000kms, Tub, tub liner, sports bar, t/cover 0427871404 reg til 02/16 SLJ282 $13,000ono Ph and bar for silver 13’ Hilux SR5 D/C 0428881332 $375 Ph 0427660098 2004 Holden Rodeo, 4x4 crew, 3L turbo manual, alloy bullbar, Motor Vehicles dri-lights, side steps, snorkel, Under $3,000 tinted windows, c/c, flexi glass Honda Accord, 09-VTI, 61,000kms, canopy, new BF goodrich tyres, VGC, one lady owner, RWC, 1950 Austin A40 Devon, chassis # EC, 198,000kms, 6mths reg, RWC, XIG192 $14,250 Ph 53823358 or 516732 $700ono Ph 53891419 Wail TCB619 $12,000 Ph 53838218 0428152803 1968-69 Limb Land Rover, 4-cyl, Commodore Wagon 2007, silver, 2005 Nissan Navara, 3L TD, Leyland motor, GC, no reg, no roof bars, tow bar, cargo barrier, 140,000kms, canvas canopy, BB, RWC, serial 10911092 $1700 Ph sat nav, 167,000kms, 4mths reg DL, SS, EC, YRR365 $16,500ono 0487281581 XKM456 $8300ono Ph 0457810223 Ph 0418218650 1995 Camry Sedan, 214,000kms, Ford Falcon BA, EC, 238,000kms runs well, good tyres, reg to 26/6/16 with RWC, SNL611 $4200 Ph Hyundai i30 SX 2009, NHS034 $1700 Ph 53522717 0418350445 manual, red, 80,000km, rego 2001 Nissan Pulsar, Ford Focus 2002, manual, April 2016, WZQ016 $9,500 Ph manual, burgundy, no reg hatch, LMCT5826, vin # 0457741413 or RWC, 263,651kms, vin # WFOAXXGCDA2G33854 $3900 JNICFAN16A0007971 $1500 Ph with RWC Ph 0400532627 Hyundai Terrican 2005, diesel, 53957277 or 0438341956 4x4, 92,500kms TPG432 $12,000 GQ Patrol auto, 250,000kms, dual 2004 Holden Barina, RWC, fuel/battery, drives well, roof cage, 2006 Ford Falcon XR6 Ute BF, Ph 0427531013 or 53951195 90,000kms, EC, reg til 06/16 vin# JN10WGY60A0016753 $3000 119,000kms, canopy included USK015 $11,250 Ph 0427940490 SYZ327 $2950 Ph 0413562626 or Ph 0409859717 Stawell 53470056 2006 Toyota Hilux 150 series, white Holden Jackaroo Monterey 4x4, Ford EA 1989, auto, no reg or auto, air steer, tow pack, very clean, single cab, grey tray, 3L diesel, RWC, 179,645kms, too old for the small dint in door, 7 seater 301FPO 5spd manual, 241,000kms, drive lights, snorkel, 12mths reg, RWC, road # GFPAAAJG25K44817 $500 $8750 Ph 53548205 tidy condition ZJP970 $15,000 Ph Ph 0409021490 0427957243 REDUCED Ford BA XR6 turbo Ute, Ford Laser Glxi 99 hatch, manual, custom blue leather interior, 213***kms, tinted windows, full 19’ CSA wheels, upgraded dual ball power pack, manual OWM631 bearing Garret turbo, 165,000kms, $2000 Ph 0438862024 reg til 11/15 KING7 $12,000ono Ph Mazda 323 Hatch, auto, suit parts/ Holden Statesman 2004, runs Brady 0411753354 repairs, vin # BF1061-109713 well, dual fuel, auto, reg til 05/16, $900ono Ph 0429260466 urgent sale due to ill health ZBT113 Mazda 323 Sedan 95, 191,000kms, $6500ono Ph Phillip 53811935 or 2007 Ford Falcon Futura BA Mk II, genuine 114,000kms, WSV512 5spd manual, AC, PS, TB, RW 0458727370 condition, 12mths reg NJF730 Holden VB Commodore, 4spd V8, $11,500 Ph 0407886674 $2500 Ph 0410438550 4/2L, A/C, power steer, mag wheels, 2007 Ford Territory RWD, 5 seater, Rover 1969 automatic 4cyl, in EC, shedded, near RW, EC engine no # tinted windows, tow pack and factory alloys, in EC, 48,241kms, club reg, vin # 406009296 $2490 Ph VR33423 $4750 Ph 53839239 Subaru 2010 Liberty wagon, reg til 07/16 UTM650 $15,500ono 0428210131 or 53527049 185,000 hwy kms, immaculate Ph 53810426 or 0408820361 condition ZUX996 $13,500 Ph Subaru Ute 1989 model, new 2007 Holden Calais V6, 0428212996 clutch, good tyres, GC, UYN429 148,xxxkms, GC, towbar, full $2000ono Ph 0418532276 electrics, inbuilt DVD player, Subaru Tribeca 2007, black, 7 Toyota Corolla 1990, 331,000kms, leather seats, 6 stack CD player, seat premium, auto petrol, AWD, new motor at 232,000kms, new 4 new tyres, reg til 07/15 XDQ147 sat nav, rear seat entertainment, starter motor QED195 $1250ono leather seats, sunroof, 120,000kms, $10,500 Ph 0427291147 Nhill Ph 0447248232 Honda CRV Sport 2004, 4spd 2007 Mazda CX7 luxury, auto, EC, WUG414 $18,000ono Ph Toyota Corona Avanti, 1986, GC, auto, leather interior, towbar, RWC, SUV, 125,000kms, ebony, WOX020 0438824553 2.4 auto, 170,000kms, 12mths reg 218,000kms, TBC073 $5900ono Ph $15,000 Ph 0428149520 TXY269 $3000 Ph 53524139 or 0429922581 Motor Vehicles 0418579964 over $20,000 Honda Jazz 2009, silver, 1.5L, auto, VK Commodore Wagon, good for 39,000kms, RWC, WRT204 $9990 parts, no reg or RWC, VAA0220708 Ph 0417504173 1960 Cadillac Fleetwood, black VKAVK35114 $400 Ph 0434024292 Limo, amazing history, comes with Hyundai Trajet 2000, 7 seater, dark LIMO-60 plates, RHD, ready for club VS Commodore, red, no reg, no green duco, EC, RWC, QNI991 rego, vin # 60R055207 $29,500ono RWC VIN# 6H8VFK19HVL234940 $7500ono Ph 0417595099 Ph 0418518710 Stawell $1200 Ph 0434024292 Mercedes 93 180E, 100,000kms, 2007 Statesman Caprice V8 auto, EC, reg til 02/16 FC998 $5000ono one owner, full GM service history, 1964 Cadillac Eldorado, white Motor Vehicles Ph 0428599281 154,000kms, reg til 7/16 1EV1UK convertible with white roof, comes with ELDO-64 plate, LHD, ready $3000 - $10,000 Nissan Pulsar 2001, sedan, 4-spd $17,900 Ph 0408504010 for club rego, vin # 64E135619 1948 LC3 Morris Commercial, no auto, 187,000kms, reg until 06/15, $27,000ono Ph 0418518710 good tyres, RWC, VGC ZUU413 rust, tray needs work, heaps of Stawell $3500ono Ph 0400183576 spares, open for offers $8000 Ph 1981 Corvette, deep burgundy in 0488325634 colour, 350 4spd, LHD, ready for 1995 diesel Pajero, 5spd manual, club rego, vin # KN49 $27,500ono NJ-GLS, tow pack, one owner, Ph 0418518710 Stawell regularly serviced, always garaged, 2009 Commodore SV6 Sedan, reg til 11/15 NLI637 $8000 Ph red, auto, 98,064kms, RWC, EC, 1982 Chev Camaro V8, white, 9mths reg YOD407 $23,140 Ph 0418595515 1DK2HI $16,400 Ph 0418516778 1995 VS Commodore, 126,000kms, 2009 Holden SS Commodore, 53902393 large chip, CD, mags, GC, reg til REDUCED 2001 Holden 140,000kms, 6spd manual, CAM91 2010 Mercedes Benz M Class 25/12/15 1EM1AL $4000 with RWC Statesman, RWC, 177,000kms, $18,500 Ph 0448988398 after 3pm SUV, black AMG blue, currently Ph 0438089218 or 53913306 auto, 6cyl, 3.8L, cruise, power 2009 Toyota Aurin ATX, full history, registered, near new tyres, owned 1999 AU Farlane Ghia, RWC, windows, 10 stacker CD, fog lights, auto, blue, immaculate cond, mod from new, end of lease sale, vin # EC, reg til 4/16 QVF705 $3800 Ph tow bar, reg til 09/15 RSD728 kms, new battery and tyres, RWC, wdc1641222a565559 $59,900ono $6000ono Ph 53582221 0408504198 WMQ347 $14,500 Ph 0447398338 Ph 0418518710 Stawell



Motor Vehicles over $20,000

Real Estate

Real Estate

Toyota Prado, 3L turbo diesel, 6spd manual, white, 145,000kms, 11mths reg, bulbar, winch YEL232 $26,000 Ph 0409820803 Volvo F7 Truck, single drive, 2010 Volkswagen Passat cc 34202F, with bogie TOA trailer, 125TDI, 63,000kms, black, sports QRTT R/T, 03394A $28,000ono inc body kit, leather interior, one owner, GST Ph 0428821394 immaculate condition XDE945 20’ Viscount royal van tandem Economic peaceful living at $26,500 Ph 0427111346 axel alum frame, fridge stove 4WD etc, 18’ hard annexe, near new Chetwynd, 2bdm plus outdoor 2013 Toyota SR5, black, ladder, split system, sofa bed, no leaks, accommodation, 1 acre, solar, racks, tub liner, reverse camera, 1996 Nissan Patrol wagon GQ II can arrange delivery $5000 Ph views, see property 18mths new car warranty, no 115565879 $165,000 Ph 18,000kms, AAQ346 $44,990 Ph ST, 7 seater, dual fuel, automatic, 53891541 BH Dimboola dual batteries, UHF, 252,000kms Ararat house for removal, 0407258690 or 55831585 0447179778 QZV614 $7500 Ph 0439812112 weatherboard, 3brm, eat-in kitchen, House for removal, 3bdr $4500 34’ Lusty steel tipper, GC, RWC, 1999 Nissan Terrano, 7 seater, 4x4 living room $1000 Ph 0473985838 plus GST Ph 0439824030 PVM410 $44,000 freightliner 3406e wagon, 2.7D, 180,000kms, VGC, motor rebuilt as is Ph 0428504879 PLH764 $2500ono Ph 0439639747 Colorado twin cab, 2009, 4x4, 3L Real Estate 2003 Toyota Landcruiser GXL 100 diesel, 5spd manual, 139,000kms, series, silver V8 5sp auto, dual canopy, t/bar, elec brakes, UHF fuel vapour injected gas, has never radio, RWC, reg til 01/16 WVR283 missed a beat, excellent condition, $20,500ono Ph 0428834503 full service history, garaged, many extras, any test welcome, RWC, XLQ122 $18,500 Ph 0429694820

Ford F250 4.2 turbo diesel, 5spd manual, 2002 model, in EC for age with low kms RMP150 $34,000ono Ph 0428651081

Aug 2007 Toyota Prado GLX, turbo diesel, 160,000kms, metallic charcoal, 8 seater, Mickey Thompson tyres, service books, EC, SPRNGS $29,000 Ph 0467602928

Toyota Landcruiser Sahara 100 series, graphite colour, turbo diesel, elec brakes, UHF, bulbar, old man emu suspension, 315,00kms, reg Freight Liner 112, Jamor tandem til 01/16 THQ586 $38,000 Ph aluminium tipper, 37’ flat top trailer, 0409565700 will separate Ph 0417837503 Mack CHR Elite 1996, 454 engine 18spd, Neway suspension fitted Hamelex white body, 4 axle 1996 Hamelex white trailer, grain spec, roll over tarps YJC473 $123,000 inc GST Ph 53822128 or 0407861368 Horsham Mazda BT50, dual cab, canopy, new tyres, Jan reg, EC, WPM984 $24,000 Ph 0438981870 Toyota Prado 2010, white, long range tank, elec brakes, t/bar, b/ bar, 185,000kms, RWC, XMN426 $33,650 Ph 0417504173

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: ROAD VEHICLES All advertisements for road vehicles must include a price, as well as: • A registration number, if registered • Either an engine number, VIN or chassis number if the vehicle is not registered.

Musical Instruments Behringer BX1200 ultra bass, 120 watts 17mp, EC, loud and clean, wedge-shaped reflex cabinet, 12” speaker with aluminium cone harmonics processor for unbelievable low, end power and channel select foot switch, brand new dynamizer circuitry for ultimate punch at any volume, plus Greg Bennet bass guitar in mint condition with bag $650 the lot Ph Scott 0411450027 Minyip Dark brown Pianola, roll included $2000ono Ph 53596234 Epiphone, Les Paul Standard Marshall MG15 DFX amp stand, extra lead, pedals, hard case $1500neg Ph 53825451 Piano, shiny black Royale upright with matching stool, EC $1500 Ph 0425861311 Silver Wertheim, needs tuning, valued at $3000 sell for $800 Ph 0418143402 Yamaha Organ, stool and double keyboard, B4B series $200ono Ph 53824750 after 5pm

Real Estate Allotments - Halls Gap, proven area for sound investment, fully serviced, average size 1200m², magnificent views, from $105,000 Ph 0447582100


Real Estate

Situations Vacant

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House for removal, 3brm, weatherboard, settlers style, 2 living rooms, 55kms south of Horsham, all offers considered Ph 0439013953

Horsham newspaper delivery. Looking for a way of making spare cash? The Weekly Advertiser is seeking an individual or individuals to deliver copies of The Weekly Advertiser to Horsham households. For position description and further information call The Weekly Advertiser distributor Jenny Simpson Ph 53823005

Bass Amp, Gallien Krueger, 400RB combo, 15’’, with back liner, 4 x 10 bin, near new condition $1000 Ph 0428837235

House for removal, 4 bedroom weatherboard, 2 rooms VG pressed tin, reasonable offers considered Ph 0427981348 House for Removal, 4 bedrooms, aluminium clad, weatherboard, 10mins from Horsham, reasonable offers considered Ph 0409017688 or 53822495 House for removal, pressed tin walls, Murray pine floors and Dato boards $8000 Ph 0428212996 Wal Wal Land, 145 acres for sale, on 3 titles Ph 53596244

3 MacInnes Court, Horsham

Situated in between Horsham West primary school and Horsham College, this property has four bedrooms, rear access, two bathrooms, three toilets, double carport, two outdoor pergolas – one of these over looks a magnificent in ground pool which has solar heating plus self cleaning. Also featuring two colourbond sheds 7.5m x 4.5m. One workshop and the other an entertainment shed complete with built-in bar and wood-fire heater, overlooking the in-ground pool.

FOR SALE AT $415,000 Phone Robert Dolan 0419 440 617

Phone 03 5382 0000 71 Wilson Street, Horsham VIC 3400

Need help spreading the word?

Call The Weekly Advertiser on 03 5382 1351 or email Situations Vacant

Event Coordinator

All enquiries to Applications close 10 August 2015 Jo Bourke Executive Director Page


Upcoming courses with Advanced Career Training NATIONALLY RECOGNISED QUALIFICATIONS CHC30312 Certificate III in Home & Community Care CHC30212 Certificate III in Aged Care CHC40108 Certificate IV in Aged Care CHC40212 Certificate IV in Disability CHC40512 Certificate IV in Mental Health

VICTORIAN ACCREDITED QUALIFICATIONS 22128 VIC Certificate I in Work Education 22129VIC Certificate I in Transition Education

• As a Not For Profit you will find our pricing very competitive • Industry experts – we have been delivering Aged Care & Disability services for over 50 years • Facilitated work placements We are proud of our students’ ability to gain employment • Low class sizes with engaging curriculum

1800 66 00 30 or Training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding for eligible participants. Advanced Career Training encourages people of all abilities to apply. St Laurence Community Services Inc. Trading as Advanced Career Training (ACT) TOID4104

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Your future has a new name... Aboriginal Liaison Officer Aboriginal Education Centre – Horsham Campus

You will contribute to increasing access, participation and outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by promoting Vocational Educational Training courses. You will also liaise with staff and the community to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students with course completions, financial assistance and accommodation.

Expression of Interest –

Wimmera Development Association auspices the Settlement Grant Program, providing support to regional refugees and migrants to settle in the Wimmera Southern Mallee. The Settlement Officer is required to link clients with appropriate services, provide individual case management and referrals, information sessions to groups, and advocacy activities. The regional position is for 15 hours per week, and requires the officer to service the needs of migrants within the Wimmera Southern Mallee.

Training & Tuition

Part-time (0.4), fixed-term appointment for one (1) year.

Situations Vacant


DVD, Panasonic blue ray disc player and recorder, DMR-PWT540GL, records two program simultaneously, brand new, not required, paid $600 sell $400ono Security crowd controller position Ph 53810390 or 0448825609 available for weekend work, above PA System 2x Laney 15’’ powered award wage, must hold Victorian speakers plus 2 15” power subs Security Licence Ph 0400514300 and stands, Peavey 4 plus channel Stawell newspaper delivery. mixer $2000 Ph 0428837235 Looking for a way of making spare cash? The Weekly Advertiser is seeking a reliable individual Sports Equipment or individuals to deliver copies of The Weekly Advertiser to grade gym Stawell households. For position Commercial equipment, seated row/lat pulldown description and further information call The Weekly Advertiser Stawell combo, seated low row, dumbbell distributor Alan Longstaff Ph rack, 400kg Olympic weight plates Ph 0421172463 0400583923

The Horsham Fishing Competition is an annual event held on the Banks of the Wimmera River in Horsham on the Labour Day Weekend in March. Due to a shortage of volunteers, the Horsham Fishing Competition Committee is calling for Expressions of Interest for a paid Event Coordinator to help coordinate the event with the support of the committee. The Event Coordinator would be responsible for: • Management and administration tasks; • Sponsorship development and partnerships; • Grant sourcing and writing; • Publicity; • Event management and logistics.

As the successful applicant, you will have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and cultures and understand their educational needs as well as strong administrative, communication and organisational skills. Travel between campuses and extensively throughout regional and metropolitan Victoria, and throughout Australia, often at short notice, is a requirement of this position. SALARY $60,558 to $68,203 p.a. (pro rata) plus superannuation. Appointments will normally be at the base of the salary range. APPLICATIONS CLOSE

Sunday, 9 August 2015.

In accordance with its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment Strategy, the University has designated this position as an Identified Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Position. Only Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply. For further information and to apply online, please visit our website at to attach your resume.

2087FED - TWA

Motor Vehicles over $20,000

More information and EOI requirements are available by contacting the secretary Adele Rohde on 5362 2953 or The deadline for email submissions is 5pm Friday, 28 August 2015

An equal opportunity employer CRICOS Provider No. 00103D

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Sports Equipment Golf clubs, as new ladies right hand Cobra Baffler Hybrids XL-Rail 4-5-6, purchased with set, but not required $180 Ph 0409820568 Henselite classic II minimum bias bowls, size 3H $120 Ph 0417302688 Set Drake Pride bowls special, colour magenta red, size 3H, emblem seal, EC $210 Ph 53981516 Set Hybrid Golf Clubs, bag and buggy, EC R9 driver, new balls, wet weather gear, extra driver, 3 metal, 7 metal, lots of extras, $350 Ph 0400163346 To give away trampoline, steel frame, 92”x52”, mat in GC Ph 53502290

Public Notices

Public Notices



A fun workout working on strength and flexibility. $7 per class, first class is free!

Tuesdays 7-8pm 42 Sloane St, Stawell

Saturday, August 15 6.30pm 4 courses $50 pp with cheeseboard $54 pp

Mokepilly Café

154 Main St, Stawell Fully Licensed - Bookings Preferred

Tony 0427 104 317

Public Notices

Volunteering Opportunity – Ararat Fire Brigade Brigade Support Committee Would you like to contribute to enhancing a community connectedness with Ararat CFA? Would you like to share your skills to create improvement in your community? The opportunity exists for the direct involvement of interested community members to support and guide the Ararat Fire Brigade to assist them to grow and prosper as a sustainable and active part of our community. Objective The Brigade Support Committee has been developed as a pilot project to provide support and assistance to the Ararat Fire Brigade in conjunction with the Brigade Management team and under the guidance of the Terms of Reference.

Wanted To Buy Exercise bike Ph 0488714242

What’s in it for you? The Brigade Support Committee (BSC) is an opportunity for you to assist without necessarily becoming a CFA member. Brigade Support Committee members will build confidence in their own links with the CFA and carry the knowledge that they have been part of shaping such an integral community asset.

Black Tie Ball

Noradjuha-Quantong Football Netball Club Presents the 2015...

Saturday, August 1

■ Quantong Rec. Reserve ■ Doors open: 8pm ■ Band: Accousticus Stomp ■ Nibbles provided ■ Tickets: $30 ■ Bus: 11.45pm, $5 ■ No BYO Alcohol For more information call Melissa on 0400 566 309, Jasmine on 0427 840 317 or email

Commitment The development of the Brigade Support Committee is part of a 12 month pilot project that if successful, may be modelled throughout the state. It is envisaged that the Brigade Support Committee will meet monthly, however this may vary as the committee develops. Expression of Interest Expressions of interest should include why you would like to be considered for selection on the Brigade Support Committee and an outline of your relevant experience. EOI’s to be submitted by Monday 3 August. A position description is available for review by interested candidates. For more information contact: Leanne Blenkiron 0428 993 305

Situations Vacant

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Top three set in hockey divisions BY SIMON KING arracknabeal will host round 15 of Wimmera Hockey Association at Anzac Park this weekend.


With only four rounds left, the top three teams in each division are all assured of qualifying for the finals, although some positions might change. Fourth spot, meanwhile, remains up for grabs in each of the competitions. In the juniors, fourth place will go to the winner of a Warrack Revengers and Dimboola Kookaburras game. These two teams sit fourth and fifth respectively and are equal on points. The Kookaburras have the easier run up to the finals, so the pressure is on the Revengers to win this game and to keep winning to maintain their hold on a place in the finals. After their loss to Nhill Leopards last round, Kaniva Raiders need to improve if they are to retain second place on the ladder. They meet a rested Yanac Warriors team fresh from a bye last round, a team which will replace them in second place with a win.

The top-of-the-ladder Leopards should maintain that position with a win against bottom side Horsham Bombers.

Bombers 1 (T. Roberts; best, H. Kennett, E. Mellor, K. Guest). Women: Warracknabeal 5 (K. O’Brien 2, T. Roche, D. Robinson, E. Slater; best, K. O’Brien, A. Argent, D. Robinson) d Kaniva 1 (R Clark; best, J. Braisby, R. Clark, J. Eadon); Horsham Jets 3 (S. O’Connor, A. Childs, M. Turvey; best, E. Burgess, E. Morrow, R. Creek) d Dimboola 1 (E. Klinge; best, B. McMaster, R. Lovett, A. Askin). Yanac 4 (J. Kube 2, E. Alexander, A. Schaars; best, L. Bone, C. Smith, S. Hedt) d Nhill Thunderbirds 0 (D. Cook, J. Werner, S. Crowhurst, E. Koop).


In women’s games, the top three teams play the bottom three and all results should go according to ladder positions. Dimboola Women will be determined to return to the winners list against Nhill Thunderbirds after a loss last week. Despite their recent move into the top four, Warracknabeal Women will have to play to their full potential if they are going to trouble the Yanac side. Horsham Jets have been hot and cold this season, but their comfortable win over Dimboola last week appears to herald a return to their good earlyseason form, which Kaniva Women will find hard to match.


Match of the round in Open division will be the 12.30pm game between Warracknabeal Hoops and Yanac Tigers. These teams have played each other in 11 of the past 17 grand finals, and there has rarely been more than a goal or two between them. This game will give the

SURROUNDED: Warracknabeal player Kelly O’Brien finds herself under siege last week. O’Brien scored two goals in Warracknabeal’s win over Kaniva. Picture: SIMON KING Hoops the chance to assess where they are in the journey to be at their peak for their premiership defence in September. Horsham Hurricanes are showing their best form for the season, having won their past two games. If they can overcome Kaniva, it will signal themselves as a serious threat to overtake Dimboola Men for the last place in the finals. Dimboola Men’s form has

been patchy but if their best team turns up to play against Nhill Rangers, they can maintain or increase the gap between themselves and the Hurricanes and take the pressure off them qualifying for the finals.

Results Juniors: Nhill Leopards 8 (S. Delany 2, E Murden 2, B. Miller 2, J. Riechelt 2; best, B. Miller, S. Delany, J. Re-

ichelt) d Kaniva Raiders 0 (J. Braisby, T. Mitchell, J. Bothe); Warracknabeal Revengers 14 (J. Dean 5, O. Bennett 4, S. Schultz 2, I. MacPherson 2, H. Butcher; best, O. Bennett, J. Dean, I. MacPherson) d Dimboola Kangaroos 0 (R. Albrecht, T. Haines, K. Withers); Dimboola Kookaburras 9 (L. Schultz 4, C Baker 3, D Danisch 2; best, L. Schultz, D. Danisch, J. Revell) d Horsham

Open: Horsham Hurricanes 3 (H. Carine 2, D. Schwarz; best, P. Mackereth, S. Hoffmann, D. Schwarz) d Dimboola 2 (Z. Slater-Collard 2; best, Z. Slater-Collard, L. Schultz, B. Tischler); Warracknabeal Hoops 2 (J. Knoop 2; best, E. Schilling, J. Knoop, S. Laverty) d Kaniva Cobras 1 (L . Mills; best, L. Bothe, B. Clark, L. Mills); Yanac Tigers 3 (S. Farmers 2, S. Alexander; best, S Farmers, N. Alexander, T. Alexander) d Nhill Rangers 0 (D. Reichelt, T. Cook, G. Janetzki).

Whyte sets the mark Top five still up for grabs with a winning smile You couldn’t wipe the smile from Mark Whyte’s face when the running rookie celebrated a ‘tree change’ by winning his first competitive race at Stawell.

All smiles after moving from suburban Melbourne to Halls Gap with his young family three months ago, Whyte also runs with a smile and his relaxed style was a factor in him winning a tricky 10-kilometre Run for Ray Scott Memorial race. After only a handful of starts with the Stawell Amateur Athletic Club, Whyte already has reigning club champion Nathaniel Warren as a scalp, having taken advantage of a four-minute start in the handicap race to beat Warren by a mere six seconds. Former club champion Colin Barnett was a distant third in one of the strongest fields of the season. “I only started running in 2008 as a means to getting my weight down from 95 kilograms,” the winner said. “I like to eat what I like and now that I’m down around 78 kilograms I can do that as long as I Page


run at least three times a week. The tracks and trails around Halls Gap are ideal for that.” A Parks Victoria ranger, Whyte most enjoys trail running and has the Mosaic to Mountain at Dunkeld and the Wonderland Trail Run at Halls Gap on the agenda in forthcoming weeks. In a one-kilometre subjunior division of the race, Olivia Hunter posted a second win with the club, beating a determined Lily O’Flynn with Jordan Nitschke third. The club returns to the Ironbarks on Saturday for a 10-kilometre handicap. Fun runners are welcome and should meet at the North Park clubrooms from 9.30am.  

Rice shines In Stawell and Ararat Cross Country Club running, Rhonda Rice tapped into a revised training regimen to score a defiant win in a 10-kilometre Jock and Sylvia Logan Memorial Handicap at Stawell. Lacking her usual motivation, which resulted in the 46-year-old missing the first four races of the season, Rice began train-

ing for an hour in darkness each morning before work. She then gradually developed the fitness required to resume her 20-year association with the club. She immediately struck form with two seconds and two thirds on tougher courses and was the one to beat in the 36th running of the Logan – the oldest race on the club calendar. After quickly reeling in 74-year-old front-marker Gary Saunders in the first kilometre, Rice set up a substantial lead over the rest of the field. Her only serious challenger was Brad Makovec, fit and in full training for Sydney’s City to Surf on August 9. Makovec got to within pouncing distance of the leader with 500 metres to run but Rice sprinted clear in the downhill run to greet the timekeepers with a 32second margin. Andrew Reynolds was third. Race action returns to Ararat on Sunday for the 10-kilometre G. and P. Jenkins Handicap, which starts from Ararat harness racing track at 9.45am. Fun runners are welcome.  – Keith Lofthouse

BY JONATHAN BOX With four home-and-away games remaining in Mininera District Football League, the competition is heating up with the final ladder still far from decided. Moyston-Willaura has been the cause of most of the uncertainty in the top five after last week becoming the first team this year to beat Lismore-Derrinallum. The result has put the club in a great position to secure a top-three spot. Last week the Pumas came back from being two goals down at three-quarter time to kick four goals to one to end up 11-point victors. Daniel Guinane and Ryley Hamilton were best for the Pumas with Lachy Hamilton adding three goals to his season total. Moyston-Willaura will look to continue its good form when it takes on Great Western this week. Great Western last week had a good 11-goal win over neighbours Ararat Eagles. Tim Shalders was on song in front of goal, kicking seven and

with Nicholas Dunford, Ben Newson and Ben Birch-Burton the best players on the day. They will need everyone to be on fire to take it up to the Pumas. Despite the efforts of Wayne Loader who added six goals and brought his season total to 89, it was not enough for his team to hold off Moyston-Willaura last week. Michael Fitzgerald, Bradley Lockyer and Jacob Morgan all stood up and had strong games for the Demons. Being the Demons’ first loss, it might make them even more determined when they face Glenthompson-Dunkeld this week. They will be looking for a good four-quarter performance. Glenthompson-Dunkeld had a 12-point win over SMW Rovers and considering it wanted to secure fifth spot, the win has given it some breathing space. Timothy Cogger kicked three goals and the best players were Kane Taylor, Christopher McLeod and Michael Uebergang. The Rams will be hoping that they too can knock off the Demons.

Penshurst will face up to Caramut this week after it had a 35-point victory over Hawkesdale-Macarthur. Billy McNeil kick five goals for his team and was also named in the best, along with Lachlan Watt and Kieran Neeson. The Bombers have a fight on their hands with Moyston-Willaura for third spot on the ladder and every win at this stage of the season is vital. Caramut had a tough day last week against Tatyoon to the tune of an 106-point loss and will be hoping for a massive improvement when it takes on Penshurst. Jonathon Sloane, Zappa Jenkins and Adam Lehmann tried hard for their team, but with only three goals scored for the game their forwards will need to be on target. In other games for this week, Ararat Eagles host SMW Rovers, Great Western will have to be playing its best football against Moyston-Willaura, HawkesdaleMacarthur plays Woorndoo-Mortlake at home and it should be a good game between WickliffeLake Bolac and Tatyoon.

Cougars still in the hunt for finals It might have seemed like a world away after a humiliatingly heavy loss to Padthaway two months ago, but Kaniva-Leeor United remains in the hunt for a finals berth in Kowree-Naracoorte-Tatiara Football League. The topsy-turvy Cougars are sitting sixth on the ladder on equal points with Lucindale and Penola, fourth and fifth respectively, and a win against Penola on Saturday would keep their finals hopes alive. A win against Border Districts last week placed Kaniva-Leeor United back on the winners’ list after

the Cougars dropped an important game to Naracoorte the week before. The Cougars play Penola at Kaniva on Saturday and then top-three sides Bordertown and Keith in a tough fortnight before a bye in the final round. The team had a promising start to the season and has had a string of high-scoring shoot-outs with pacesetting teams. But it also had a bewildering 148-point loss to Padthaway at the start of last month. Wednesday, July 29, 2015


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Torney tops with a flash The amazement, relief and jubilation of St Arnaud owner, trainer and driver Scott Torney was obvious to all when Torney finally crossed the finish line with his four-year-old gelding Majestic Flash at Echuca.

Extra race meet


orsham and District Racing Club manager Lisa Inkster said nominations for Sunday’s extra meeting were triple the capacity of the fields, with prize money of $191,000 up for grabs.

On Thursday, Racing Victoria informed the club it had secured a meeting originally scheduled for Bendigo. Mrs Inkster said the meeting was rescheduled to allow Bendigo’s track time to recover from wear and tear, before its next scheduled meeting on August 16. “They raced at Bendigo on Wednesday last week, which

was a transferred metropolitan meeting from Sandown. “The track was badly chopped up in a couple of places and they decided it was too damaging to the track to run on Sunday and again on August 16.” Mrs Inkster said she was pleased with the number of horses nominated for the eight-race card. “Because it was supposed to be a Bendigo meeting, it comes with higher prize money,” she said. “We’ve attracted some bigname Victorian trainers, as well as many Wimmera trainers.” Mrs Inkster said the club

was thrilled to pick up an extra meeting. “It shows a bit of confidence in us and that there is a perfectly good grass track in the Wimmera that is currently under-used,” she said. “This is a chance for us to step up and hopefully could lead to us getting additional meetings.” Mrs Inkster encouraged Wimmera residents to support the meeting. “I know it’s winter and it’s cold, but the tabaret is warm and offers a great view of the track,” she said. Mrs Inkster said the first race was expected to jump about 12.56pm.

Combine success

Ararat horseman Daryl Crone combined with driver Kerryn Manning at Charlton last week to capture the Trotters Handi-

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Welcome-home win Barry and Anne Quigley, formerly of Donald, made a successful visit to their old territory last week with their sixyear-old mare Sukovia. The beautifully bred daughter of Mach Three and Janoela Star ran up to her ultra consistent form with a tough staying victory in the Charlton and District Community Bank C2/3 Pace. Barry now trains his small team at Huntly and Sukovia with Kerryn Manning in the spider, dropped the bit and relaxed to race outside the leader throughout the 2100-metre journey then dashed home in 28.5 seconds to score by 3.1 metres in a rate of 1-59.3. It was the mare’s sixth success in a 40-start career. Sukovia was bred by Barry Robinson of Horsham and is a half-sister to the former smart performer, Cosmic Flight, 30 wins, and Cosmic Legacy. 35 wins.

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spokeswoman said the driver, in his 60s, had suspected spinal injuries and also sustained injuries to his face and shoulder. He was later transferred to The Alfred hospital. Stawell Harness Racing Club secretary Lisa McIllvride yesterday said Xiriha broke his hand in the fall. “That is the only concern we


READY FOR RACING: Horsham and District Racing Club manager Lisa Inkster and track and facilities manager Jimmy Hibberd make sure the track is prepared for the extra meeting the club has secured on Sunday.  Picture: KELLY LAIRD

Torney had led with Majestic Flash from the start of the 2130-metre contest and when joined by the red-hot $1.20 favourite Sky Petite at the top of the home straight, he faced the longest 164 metres of his life, down to the Echuca winning post. Torney took seven nervous looks over his right shoulder as Majestic Flash worked his way down that final stretch, before holding all the challengers at bay and scoring by 1.6 metres in a rate of 2:07.6. It was the trotter’s first win, coming up at career-start 21 and at the bolter’s odds of $62.50. However I’m certain that even the many losing punters wouldn’t have begrudged Torney’s success and his time in the spotlight.

cap with seven-year-old gelding Ainthatrightmacca. After making a safe getaway from the 30-metre handicap, Ainthatrightmacca settled towards the tail of the main bunch for the 2570-metre contest. Manning was content to bide her time with the squaregaiting son of Conch Deville USA and My Wish NZ and the duo would still have been some 10 lengths off the leaders at the 500-metre mark. But when Manning gave the trotter free rein, Ainthatrightmacca unleashed a brilliant sprint heading into the home turn and swept home out wide to record a runaway victory. Crone has done a great job to get ‘Macca’ back to his best. After making a promising start to his career in 2012, which included victories at Ararat and Stawell, the trotter had an eight-month spell. He then returned for a short campaign of seven starts

without success and was then forced into a 17-month lay-off. In a mighty training effort, Crone bought Ainthatrightmacca back to the racetrack with a first-up win at Terang in September 2014 and the trotter hasn’t missed a beat.

are aware of, which is good,” she said. Harness Racing Victoria communications and media manager Cody Winnell said the Stawell Harness Racing Club meeting was delayed for two hours, but the club managed to complete the eightrace card before daylight disappeared.

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Huge round for reunion BY MICK SHANNON oomelang-Lascelles has bounced back onto the Mallee Football League winners’ list after storming home in the final term to defeat Ouyen United by 42 points.


The Cats led by six points at the final change before a six-goal-tonone last quarter saw them break away. In the other game, Sea LakeNandaly Tigers were made to work hard for their 10-point win over Walpeup-Underbool. The Roos jumped out of the blocks to take a 26-point lead at the first change before the Tigers gradually clawed their way back to eventually get over the line. This week looms as a huge round with the fight for finals positioning still alive and well. Southern Mallee Giants will look to cement their place in second position when they take on top-of-the-table Sea LakeNandaly Tigers. All sides have managed to push the Tigers over the past month, and have even come close to knocking off the reigning premiers. This is except the Giants, who although have beaten every other

side, have struggled against a strong-bodied Tigers outfit. The Giants have lost all three games to the Tigers this season by an average of 55 points, but they will take a lot of confidence after hard-fought wins against Ouyen United and WoomelangLascelles. If the Giants are going to be any chance of beating the Tigers, then they will need to use their speed around the ground to break the lines and to burn the older Tiger midfielders. The likes of Haydn Drew, Tyler Lehmann, Jason Turnbull and Liam Price will need to use their speed and endurance to avoid getting caught in a contested battle, where the strong bodies of Colin Durie, Lance Brown and Jason Collins will cause problems. Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers possess a potent forward line with Cliff Ryan, Jordan Doering and Jarrod Arentz leading the charge, which will test the undersized Giants backline. The only way to stop these forwards is to stop the ball getting to them and this is where the Giants midfield will need to work hard. If they can take control at the clearances and get the ball in

quickly to forward Kain Robins and Brock Orval, then the Giants could produce an upset. Orval has been in terrific form up forward which has resulted in him kicking 19 goals in his past three games. A strong crowd should arrive at Beulah to watch this match unfold and it should be a much closer battle than their previous games this year. The Tigers just seem to be too strong and will get over the line by 16 points.

Big crowd Walpeup-Underbool will seek victory when it travels to Blackburn Park, Ouyen, to take on Ouyen United. A massive crowd will arrive for a reunion, which is for all footballers, netballers, officials and anyone who was involved in the Mallee League between 1957 and 1978. Hopefully the Roos and the Demons put on a good show as both sides look to get back on the winners’ list. This is a huge game for both sides. If Walpeup-Underbool wins it will be only four points outside the top four, while if Ouyen United claims victory it will cement its spot in the finals.

Picking a winner will be extremely difficult because both sides have shown they are capable of terrific footy. The Roos had a slow start to the season but have found form over the past month, mainly thanks to big man Brad Dabrowski, who is giving first use to classy midfielders Ryan Anderson, Luke Nathan and Shane Birss. This is allowing the Roos to take control at the centre clearances. The Demons have a quick and youthful centreline, which allows them to move the ball quickly to give forwards Brad Vallance and Kale Barker plenty of opportunities to kick a winning score. Ouyen United has played strong footy of late but has fallen away in the last quarters, which might have something to do with having a young side. The Roos have been consistent but lack a big key forward to hit the scoreboard. The other reason why this match will be hotlycontested is that it will be the last time these two sides play against each other before a merger next year. The great battle of the north will cease, but not without one last chance to claim four points. A tough game to pick but Walpeup-Underbool is in better form and will grab a 10 point victory. 

Scene set for Mallee event

The scene is set for a spectacular Mallee Football League reunion at Ouyen this Saturday.

The game between Walpeup-Underbool and Ouyen United will be the last meeting of two clubs who have had a fierce rivalry for decades. It will also be a celebration of 100 years of Mallee football and a chance to reminisce about the 43 clubs and hundreds of players and administrators who have all played a part in the history of the league. The main entrance to the ground will be decorated with all the original club premiership flags flying from a 30-metre-high cherry picker. The pageantry before the main game includes a helicopter landing in the centre of the oval with a celebrity delivering a specially struck gold coin for the toss to start the main game. Security will be tight around the centre square to protect the valuable coin and keep the area clear of spectators.


The Jack Monaghan Pavilion will be the official registration and memorabilia centre with hundreds of historic photographs, football records and relics from the past, including a goal post from the original Tiega ground Bruce Petering from AFL Victoria will attend and will address the gathering at half-time in the senior game. In the evening after a dinner, club representatives will give a brief history and presentation of their clubs’ time in the league. The specially-minted coin and match balls from the senior football and netball games will be signed by the players and auctioned during the evening. Copies of a Google earth map showing the locations of all the original grounds will be also be available for sale.

MEMORIES: From left, Natimuk’s 1975 premiership secretary Peter Schier, premiership player Trevor Quick and premiership netballers Shurlee Skiller and Ruth McCallum will be among people honoured at a reunion dinner on Saturday.

Rams to flock back to club Natimuk United Football and Netball Club is expecting a big crowd on Saturday when it celebrates a day of major milestones. It was 40 years ago when the legendary Kevin ‘Ginger’ Smith booted 10 goals to steer Natimuk to its only Horsham District Football League senior premiership over a classy Quantong lineup. The club also claimed the A Grade and junior netball premierships that year. Coached by Horsham district football legend Robert Hutchinson, the Rams turned a threequarter-time deficit into a stirring victory that became league folklore. With Smith unstoppable up forward and Brian Webb and Ivan Hanson controlling the game across the midfield, the Rams charged home in perfect conditions at Taylors Lake Reserve. Natimuk’s A Grade netball team also enjoyed premiership glory against Homers with Helene and Shurlee Webb leading the way while Jenny Emmett dominated in goals. A junior netball team led by Narelle Heard also triumphed, defeating Imperials. Natimuk’s reserves team also made the grand final in 1975 but lost to Homers. Page


Celebrations at Natimuk will include a dinner honouring returning premiership players featuring guest speaker and league president of the day Kevin Dellar. There will be a goods and services auction and other activities. Natimuk United president Andrew Carine said the club had done its best to track down as many of the premiership players as possible. “It’s half a life time since the club’s biggest day and it’s hard to track down everybody but we are expecting a big turnout and we plan to look after them well,” Mr Carine said. “The first official function will be at half time of our seniors’ match against Edenhope-Apsley and then we will celebrate the occasion with more celebrations after the game,” he said. “I’m sure there will be plenty of stories getting around and we will ask a few up to relive their memories.” Mr Carine said activities would also honour the club’s sponsors and life members. “Our sponsors and life members will also be treated to dinner and that will make the whole occasion even bigger,” he said. Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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CONTEST: Left, Taylors Lake big man Jordan Wakeling, above, grabs HarrowBalmoral star Jandre Slabbert in the Roos’ 64-point win over the Lakers. Below, Roo Callum Hobbs gets away from Jake McRae of Taylors Lake. 


Last week: Split round, Horsham Saints 16.16 (112) d Warrack Eagles 5.2 (32), Stawell 8.9 (57) d Dimboola 5.11 (41). Ladder: Horsham Saints 48 points, 210.74; Horsham 40, 190.50; Minyip-Murtoa 40, 134.05; Ararat 24, 100.54; Stawell 16, 95.05; Dimboola 16, 82.79; Nhill 16, 76.07; Warrack Eagles 0, 38.86.

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Last week: Laharum 25.16 (166) d Noradjuha-Quantong 5.3 (33), Harrow-Balmoral 15.16 (106) d Taylors Lake 6.6 (42), Kalkee 27.22 (184) d Swifts 4.3 (27), JeparitRainbow 20.14 (134) d Pimpinio 6.5 (41), Rupanyup 8.11 (59) d Edenhope-Apsley 4.16 (40). Ladder: Laharum 60, 420.45; Kalkee 52, 249.34; Harrow-Balmoral 48, 195.92; Jeparit-Rainbow 40, 119.14; Taylors Lake 36, 123.42; Swifts 28, 65.85; Edenhope-Apsley 28, 58.60; Noradjuha-Quantong 20, 58.50; Natimuk United 16, 53.60; Pimpinio 16, 49.24; Rupanyup 16, 44.05.



Last week: Great Western 16.21 (117) d Ararat Eagles 5.6 (36), Glenthompson-Dunkeld 11.14 (80) d SMW Rovers 10.8 (68), MoystonWillaura 10.14 (74) d LismoreDerrinallum 9.9 (63), Penshurst 17.15 (117) d HawkesdaleMacarthur 12.10 (82), Tatyoon 20.12 (132) d Caramut 3.8 (26), Wickliffe-Lake Bolac 13.13 (91) d Woorndoo-Mortlake 10.7 (67). Ladder: Lismore-Derrinallum 52, 272.61; Tatyoon 52, 253.73; Penshurst 44, 202,50; MoystonWillaura 44, 156.26; GlenthompsonDunkeld 32, 117.34; WickliffeLake Bolac 24, 108.29; SMW Rovers 24, 103.27; Caramut 24, 61.99; Hawkesdale-Macarthur 20, 103.62; Great Western 16, 60.12; Woorndoo-Mortlake 4, 53.58; Ararat Eagles 0, 13.57.


Last week: Woomelang-Lascelles 15.12 (102) d Ouyen United 8.12 (60), Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers 8.7 (55) d Walpeup-Underbool 6.9 (45). Ladder: Sea Lake-Nandaly Tigers 44, 168.43; Southern Mallee Giants 28, 98.11; Woomelang-Lascelles 24, 114.23; Ouyen United 16, 83.45; Walpeup-Underbool 8, 64.30.


This week: Kaniva-Leeor v Penola, Keith v Bordertown, Mundulla v Kybybolite. Last week: Kaniva-Leeor United 12.8 (80) d Border Districts 11.6 (72), Kybybolite 14.10 (94) d Kingston 13.7 (85), Lucindale 10.14 (74) d Mundulla 8.11 (59), Padthaway 17.10 (112) d Naracoorte 7.8 (50), Keith 15.10 (100) d Penola 8.6 (54). Ladder: Keith 52, 67.01; Padthaway 44, 65.69; Bordertown 36, 60.30; Lucindale 28, 55.75; Penola 28, 54.84; Kaniva-Leeor United 28, 46.99; Naracoorte 20, 46.71; Kybybolite 16, 45.64; Mundulla 12, 39.14; Border Districts 12, 37.71, Kingston 4, 35.22. Wednesday, July 29, 2015

SETTING HIMSELF: Kalkee’s Jordan Johns goes up against Swift Aaron Chevausse. Picture: TRISH RALPH

Roos under the spotlight BY GRANT KUCHEL


o say the next two weeks will tell us whether Harrow-Balmoral is a premiership contender or pretender in Horsham District Football League is an understatement. After cementing third spot last week, the Southern Roos have to front up to the top two contenders in the next fortnight. It was only the last quarter last week against Taylors Lake that the Roos were able to blow the game open, although poor kicking kept the Lakers in the contest. This week at Harrow is where it will all happen when Kalkee makes the visit. The battle in the middle of the ground will be fascinating. Callum Hobbs was in brilliant form last week. The tough midfielder racked up close to 40 possessions and pushed forward to kick four goals. He will be pivotal to Harrow-Balmoral’s chances this week. Kalkee disposed of Swifts last week with a minimum of fuss. Youngster Matt Nield has become a key component in the middle and is now putting pressure on the opposition by pushing forward and kicking goals. With Steve Schultz and Zav Hobbs doing a lot of hard work at the stoppages, the Kees will back themselves

Round 16 – Saturday, August 1 Pimpinio v Rupanyup Harrow-Balmoral v Kalkee, at Harrow Natimuk United v Edenope-Apsley Noradjuha-Quantong v Jeparit-Rainbow Bye: Swifts, Laharum, Taylors Lake to counter the Roos. Mick Phelan and Anthony Close should give the Roos the edge in the air but the Roos look a little short of height in the back half. This is where the Kees will pounce. It’s hard to see how the Roos can match Josh Beddison, Ben Harrison and Ben Lawson and the trio should be able to see the Kees home.

Wooden spoon

This week wooden spoon favouritism will fall on the shoulders of the loser of a Pimpinio and Rupanyup clash. Pimpinio was on the receiving end of a big loss and its confidence will be a little dented after the last fortnight. Its opponent Rupanyup ran all over the top of EdenhopeApsley with a five-goal last quarter to gain reward for its previous three weeks of football. The Panthers’ best players stood up when required last week. David Lang was dangerous across half forward and Daniel Schaper, Paul Trotter and Jordan May saw plenty of the football.

If the red and blue are going to escape the clutches of the wooden spoon, then the quartet will again need to be at the forefront. Pimpinio’s veterans have been leading from the front. Shanan Baker will expect to get first hands on the ball and if Matt Ward and Stevie Thomas feed off him, the Tiger forwards might see enough of the football to apply scoreboard pressure against the Panthers. Neither side boasts a dominant forward capable of kicking a big bag so it will be a battle of the small forwards and midfielders to kick their side a winning score.

Saints and Rams

Edenhope-Apsley travels up the highway again this week but only have to go as far as Natimuk. Unfortunately for the Saints any faint hopes they had for finals action disappeared with an ordinary performance against Rupanyup last week. A poor first quarter hurt the Saints. While kicking with a strong breeze they could have built a winning lead but

2.6 meant they left the door open and Rupanyup pounced in the last quarter. Natimuk United, fresh after the bye, will be looking to finish off a disappointing year with some solid performance in the past three weeks. During the past couple of weeks the Rams have been able to manufacture entries into their forward line, resulting in scoring shots. The unfortunate result is that the majority have been minor scores. If this has been rectified over the bye weekend, the Rams might be right in the contest. Finally having coach Simon Brearley on the park has helped the Rams, and with Matt Lovel in good form, the Rams are playing better and are a much more competitive unit. Alex Baum was impressive for Edenhope-Apsley in the first half last week. The attacking defender ran in straight lines and split packs open, and a repeat performance this week will give the Rams some headaches. Edenhope-Apsley’s big ruckman Jeremy Kealy has been in great form over the season and first hands on the ball to the likes of Brent Christie and Dave McLeish might be the difference in the contest.

Another test For the third week in a row the red and black of Noradju-

ha-Quantong plays a side in the top five. The Bombers had their pants pulled down by Laharum last week and this week they welcome an in-form Jeparit-Rainbow. The Storm are stringing wins together at will and will be dangerous finals contenders, which the Bombers might find out this week. Jeparit-Rainbow has been sharing the scoring. Daniel Carey took the honours last week with five goals and Ben Zanker and Simon Clugston both bobbed up with four. It would also be pleasing that there wasn’t a reliance on Peter Weir to hit the scoreboard. Each week Shane Oakley and Jason Kerr figure prominently in the Bombers’ bestplayer list while Brady King has become a focal point inside the forward 50. Jeparit-Rainbow has been getting solid service all season from the likes of Luke Werner, Chris Meyer, Elliott Bath and Brodie Grant. The foursome provide great drive and its ability to hit targets further up the ground is first class. Jeparit-Rainbow has a chance to string another couple of wins in a row before a final-round clash at home against Laharum. The Storm will enter their first finals campaign full of confidence and not fearing any side in the competition. Page


WFL SPORT report Tigers size up Rats BY DEAN LAWSON here is a belief that one of the hardest road trips in Wimmera Football League is the Western Highway trek between Ararat and Nhill.


Regardless of where respective teams sit on a ladder, the two-hour journey has a habit of dismantling either the travelling team or luring the home side into a false sense of security. The league’s history involving the two camps is littered with road-trip disasters for fancied teams of the time and a rapidly improving Nhill will hope the anomaly continues this Saturday. Fourth-placed Ararat, with little need to consolidate anything except form, takes on the seventh-placed Tigers who have everything to gain by forcing an upset at home at Davis Park. Nhill has had a mixed month of results and, apart from a heavy loss to Horsham, has played like a team that is developing a refreshing sense of self-belief. The Tigers were predictably solid winners over Warrack Eagles last outing and before that snatched the points against fellow fringe-dwelling challenger Stawell. But are they good enough to beat the Rats? If they did, it would be a result that would ignite a serious fire on the edge of the five. Stawell, of course, did Nhill as well as itself a huge favour by bowling over Dimboola last week. The Warriors’ win elevated them into the five ahead of the Roos and Tigers by percentage. But Stawell would now, in the second half of the split round, be contemplating the almost unthinkable – barracking for its arch enemy Ararat to allow the status quo to remain. Saturday’s contest between the

Round 13 – July 25 Split round Minyip-Murt v Demons Nhill v Ararat Bye: Saints, Eagles, Dimboola, Stawell Tigers and Rats will be a beauty. Ararat should have too much tall timber and key-position firepower but the Tigers have shown serious grit after early-season setbacks and disappointments. Nhill has proven it can kick goals against similar or lesser opponents but its forwards have found it tough to kick their way into a position to create scoreboard pressure against yardstick teams. In Nhill’s last game, against the Eagles, there was no shortage of players lining up to kick goals. Jake Harrup kicked a handful and Jordan Zeitz, Lachlan Pratt, Nathan Sachse and Mitch Taht also joined in double-figure spoils. On the same weekend, Ararat struggled to find goal-kickers in what was ultimately a heavy loss to Minyip-Murtoa.


Ararat team leaders will be well aware of the potential intensity of the Nhill challenge and are sure to ask the likes of strong Justin Summons, Gordon Laurie, Liam Cavanagh and Xavier Vearing to stamp their influence on the game. Jack Ganley, who has featured in his club’s best six for the past five games, is sure to enjoy the contest while the likes of Al Batchelor, Aaron Searle, Sam Shalders and co mix it through the lines. Comparative team lists suggest Ararat should win and the visitors will get across the line – but only just. By the way, did we mention that

regardless of the stakes on offer at Davis Park, that the match of the round will actually be at Minyip, where Minyip-Murtoa will hope to continue its impressive string of back-to-back victories. A win over Horsham represents the final psychological barrier for a Burras outfit that believes it can win the flag this year. When the Burras and Demons last met, it was a low-scoring slog at Horsham City Oval in May, where the Demons got up by 10 points. But this time the Burras are at home on a ground that most other clubs love to hate and will try to use the space to isolate its tall-timber players in one-on-one contests. A big loss is the injury to key-position player Clinton Midgley but unlike other years the Burras seem to have the depth to cover his absence. In their win over the Rats a fortnight ago, Minyip-Murtoa kicked away in the second half. Utility Tom Cooper and aerialists Kieran Delahunty, Luke Chamberlain and Braydon Ison all played telling roles. Regardless of the home-ground advantage, the Burras face a tough assignment, especially now Horsham has Jordyn Burke presenting another key-position or rucking option with Sean Christopher. The Demons with in-form Simon Hobbs, their slick ball movers such as Nic Pekin, Billy Lloyd, Brad Hartigan, Joel Geue and Alex Thomson and athletic utilities Rhona Conboy and Ben Lakin will be hard to match when the ball is in the dispute in the clinches. But watch out for Burras pack-busting sergeant-major Justin Garth. This game has all the trappings of a pre-finals tester and will keep spectators engaged for the duration. Minyip-Murtoa will puff out its feathers, produce the win it’s after and take off towards the finals flush with confidence.

ROOS NEED TO REBOUND: Top, Eagle Aaron Watts lays a strong tackle on Saints Thomas Pain. Above, Horsham Saints forward Jacob Cooke-Harrison shows his skills. Pictures: WILLAMY IMAGES

Netball coaches search for an edge in finals lead-up BY COURTNEY CLOUGH Wimmera Netball Association A Grade coaches will be biting their nails, studying results and nursing any injuries as they search for the edge to consolidate preparations for their teams just four weeks out from finals.

Wimmera Netball Round 12 – A Grade Warrack 52 d Saints 30 Dimboola 61 d Stawell 36 Bye: Horsham, MinyipMurtoa, Ararat, Nhill.

Premierships certainly aren’t won at this time of year, but the competition for teams to finish in the top five is red-hot. Warrack Eagles enjoyed perfect inside conditions at Coughlin Park, as they continued their challenge for that ultimate September prize with a

convincing win over Horsham Saints. A fired-up Dimboola jumped out of the blocks at home to consolidate an impressive victory over Stawell. Minyip-Murtoa will face the ultimate test this week in what appears the start of a tough road home for the Burras.

There’s been plenty of talk all season about their exciting pre-season recruiting and a lot of compliments about the commitment of the team’s talented group on the track. But now is the time for them to step into that next gear. This team has been building and is ready to challenge. The Burras should not fear the experience, skill or the talent when Horsham Demons walk through the gates. It is far more exciting to welcome the opportunity because the Demons will be ready to play – they know they are the hunted. The Demons’ consistent goaling duo Steph Thomson and Georgia Dun-

can will have a great battle at one end with the Burras’ classy defenders Stevie Bibby and Stef Cooper. This will happen while Minyip-Murtoa’s prolific shooter Kirby Knight looks to continue her accuracy over in-form Demons defender Katelyn Parry. There’s plenty to like about this contest and pride is on the line, as well as four points, which will influence the final jostle for both top-five teams. Nhill will continue to search for its first win of the season as it welcomes Ararat to Davis Park. Ararat will hope to celebrate one of its favourite daughters, multiple Heather Hatcher Medallist Megan

Shea’s 400th game with a win over Nhill. A win for Ararat would keep it in touch with the top five, and continue its impressive late-season form. Ararat will rely on Shea’s accuracy up front, and her experienced combination in the middle with team-mates Kate Bligh and Olivia West on the wing, will continue to serve her well. For Nhill, mid-courters Ellen Bennett and Kahli White will need to keep a close eye on Ararat’s engine room applying pressure down the court. Ararat should not take Nhill, at home, lightly, as everyone loves an underdog and if you believe you can win – you can.

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Shea’s record 400th STRONG IN ATTACK: Noradjuha-Quantong shooter Olivia McDonald takes a pass ahead of Laharum goal-keeper Clare McKay in the clash at Laharum. The Demons won by two goals in a tight match.  Picture: MADELYN  CREEK

Laharum’s tough win BY SARAH SCULLY


aharum retained third spot on Horsham District Football Netball League’s A Grade ladder with a thrilling two-goal victory over NoradjuhaQuantong at the weekend. A few players are probably still recovering from the fiery encounter, played in a finalslike atmosphere at Laharum’s Cameron Oval. Scores were level at quartertime and again at half-time, with the Bombers taking a slender two-goal lead into the last break. The Mountain Maids overcame the deficit in a physical final term and held on to win by two goals. With Noradjuha-Quantong likely to finish fourth or fifth, the stage is set for an interesting rematch should the pair meet in finals. Laharum has a bye this week, but can consolidate third – and claim a finals double chance – with a win over reigning premier Harrow-Balmoral in a fortnight.

Horsham District Netball Round 14 – A Grade Edenhope-Apsley 41 d Rupanyup 30 Swifts 35 d Kalkee 30 Harrow-Balmoral 51 d Taylors Lake 17 Pimpinio 49 d Jeparit-Rainbow 13 Laharum 37 d Noradjuha-Quantong 35 Natimuk United, bye Rupanyup might not have claimed the four points against Edenhope-Apsley, but getting within 11 goals of the undefeated ladder-leader would not have done its confidence any harm. Pimpinio scored an easy 36goal victory over Jeparit-Rainbow, while Harrow-Balmoral jumped to fourth following a 34-goal triumph against Taylors Lake. In the final match of round 15, Swifts defeated Kalkee by five goals. Swifts and Taylors Lake also have a bye this week, while Pimpinio and Rupanyup will face off in the match of the round. The Panthers and Tigers are

sitting outside the top five, but the winner of Saturday’s clash should still be in with a chance to chase fifth spot. All eyes will be on the battle between Rupanyup shooters Blair Burke and Julia Maasland and Pimpinio defenders Erin Habel and Marni Lehmann. When the Panthers’ shooters are firing they are difficult to stop, but the Tigers’ defensive duo is a major factor in its side’s improved performance this year. It could go either way. Natimuk United shooter Shannon Couch has been pivotal in her side’s success this season, creating havoc for defenders week-in, week-out. But the second-placed Ewes

meet Edenhope-Apsley this week, which means they come up against gun defender Emma Ryan. The Ewes’ only loss for the season came against the Saints in round five, when they went down by 12 goals. They will need to get closer this time to stamp themselves as a genuine premiership contender. Harrow-Balmoral will retain fourth spot with a win over a rebuilding Kalkee. The Kees have plenty of young talent, but the Roos’ attacking end should be too strong. Noradjuha-Quantong will also keep its spot in the five with a win against 10th-placed Jeparit-Rainbow at home. Ladder: Edenhope-Apsley 60pts, 200.85 percent; Natimuk United 56, 173.24; Laharum 46, 151.39; Harrow-Balmoral 40, 115.63; Noradjuha-Quantong 38, 144.16; Pimpinio 34, 102.78; Rupanyup 30, 97.22; Swifts 20, 75.98; Kalkee 16, 73.94; Jeparit-Rainbow 16, 48.39; Taylors Lake 4, 38.68.

(continued from back page) Ararat’s A Grade side has been a juggernaut of the competition almost since its inception. For the first time in Shea’s time at the club, the Rats are not a shoo-in for finals. Ararat is sitting sixth, four points behind Stawell, but can’t be written off yet. Shea said the Rats were finally settling and hitting their straps. “While we are not taking Nhill lightly, we really need to beat Dimboola the following week,” Shea said. Shea said while the Rats would be bolstered by the return of coach Rebecca Skrabl on Saturday, they had a lot of work to do before they met Minyip-Murtoa and Horsham Demons in the last two rounds of the home-and-away season. “We’re too predictable at the moment. We need to work on a few surprises,” she said. While Shea is focused on finals, she is also looking forward to scaling back.

“I’m at a busy stage of life with my kids and family and I want to step back and have a bit of fun,” she said. Shea said she was undecided about her netball future after this season, but hoped to focus more on junior development. “I’ve always coached, but I haven’t coached juniors for a long time,” she said. “This year I’m coaching the 15 and Unders and I’m loving it. I like seeing the junior talent we have – both at Ararat and at league level – and want to do what I can to be a mentor.” As a mother of three and a physical education teacher at Ararat’s Marian College, junior development is close to Shea’s heart. “I want to be a good role model,” she said. “I also want to show my kids that you can be loyal to a club. “A lot of people hop from club to club these days, but I’d like my kids to see you can put a lot into one club, but get a lot out of it as well.”

Sports briefs Grand final at Warracknabeal

Wimmera Football League’s 2015 grand final on September 19 will be at Warracknabeal’s Anzac Park. The league’s independent commission confirmed finals venues at a meeting on Monday night. Chief commissioner Greg Schultz said conditions at Anzac Park were ideal for the grand final and, critically, host club the Warrack Eagles had strong support from Yarriambiack Shire Council. “There will be improvements made to facilities specifically for the grand final and we’re delighted,” he said. An August 29 qualifying final will be at either Ararat or Dimboola, depending on circumstance. An August 30 elimination final will be at Horsham City Oval. A second semi-final on Sep-

tember 5 will be at Davis Park, Nhill, and a first semifinal on September 6 at Horsham City Oval or Murtoa Recreation Reserve. A September 13 preliminary final will be Stawell’s Central Park.

Tucker invited to AFL camp

Horsham Saints footballer Darcy Tucker has made a national list of promising footballers invited to attend an AFL Draft Combine four-day camp in Melbourne later this year. He one of 22 players from a strong under-18 Vic Country squad to make the list, and joins fellow TAC Cup club North Ballarat Rebels players Jacob Hopper and Daniel Riolo. The AFL Draft Combine involves the players undergoing a variety of physiological and skill testing at Etihad Stadium in October.

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400-game milestone BY SARAH SCULLY


immera Netball Association’s most decorated player Megan Shea will again make history on Saturday when she lines up for her 400th A Grade game. Shea – who won five Heather Hatcher Medals as the association’s best and fairest player between 1995 and 2012 – became Ararat Football Netball Club’s games record holder last year after chalking up 450 club matches, across various grades. Association president Sharon Fedke said she was thrilled to see Shea reach another significant milestone. “Megan has dominated the league for such a long time and it’s wonderful to see her reach this achievement,” she said. “This is a huge milestone in terms of Wimmera netball. “I have known of one or two footballers who have reached it, but I’ve never heard of a netballer doing it. “It’s amazing enough for a player to reach 400 games, but to do it with one club – you don’t see that very often.” Shea, 42, joined the Ararat club in 1987. She played two seasons in the Under-16s and a season in B Grade before joining the A Grade ranks – and has been a key part of the Rats’ success ever since, helping them to eight premierships. A prolific goal attack, Shea has created headaches for opposition defenders for more than 25 years.

Megan Shea Shea said she was humbled to line up for her 400th A Grade game against Nhill. “I was humbled to join the league’s 200 Club and to reach this milestone is a big achievement for myself,” she said. “When you play something you really enjoy you don’t keep a record. “In saying that, it was pointed out that I didn’t have that many games to go until I reached the 400, and I did think it would be good to reach it.” Shea said it was getting harder to play at the top level of the competition, particularly after battling a significant hip injury. “I put a lot of work into getting back into the side,” she said. “It wasn’t easy, but I know I am very lucky to be able to play that well for so long. “I’m sure a lot of people would love to be playing in my shoes.” Shea said the region was lucky to have such a netball competition. “I’m thankful for the Wimmera association and the opportunities it has given me,” she said.

“I’ve made some great friends, not just at Ararat, but throughout the league.” Shea said she was looking forward to celebrating her 400th milestone with her family and team-mates, particularly goal shooter Jakki Gibson. Gibson will reach her own special milestone against the Tigers – 300 A Grade games. “It’s a great achievement for Jakki and it makes it a bit more enjoyable for me to share the experience with someone I’ve played with for so long,” Shea said. “I’m excited about the game. I was injured the last time we played Nhill and it’s always exciting to play against a team you haven’t played against in a while.” Shea said she expected the game to be like any other. “I look forward to every game,” she said. “That’s my time on the court – time when I don’t have to think about anything else.” Shea said although she had always taken her netball seriously, she was looking forward to the day she played merely for fun. “I haven’t relaxed playing netball for so long,” she said. “I’ve always been focused on training and keeping the club up there. It’s not that I haven’t enjoyed it, it’s just that juggling coaching, senior training and playing gets a bit hard.” • Continued page 55.

POISE: Strongly-built Horsham Saints utility and Toohey Medallist Phil Butsch again looms as an important player in his team’s Wimmera Football League finals aspirations. Butsch was among the Saints’ best in a strong performance against Warrack Eagles. The Saints, premiership favourites but on the sidelines this weekend as part of a split round, will be among interested bystanders waiting for news of a game between fellow heavyweights Horsham and Minyip-Murtoa at Minyip. Preview, see page 54.  Picture: WILLAMY IMAGES






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