Monthly archives: June 2018

Three homes being built, more planned

Three more homes are being built at Point Boston after the development’s interim waste disposal system was approved.THREE homes are in the process of being built at Point Boston after approval was granted for the development’s interim waste disposal system.
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The $400 million eco-housing project was on hold until SA Health certified the interim waste arrangements late last year, allowing landholders to start moving into their homes and start building on their land.

The community corporation that manages the development recently held its annual general meeting with office holders including chairman Ian Crossland returned to their positions.

Mr Crossland said it was good to see activity on site with three homes being built and more planned.

The corporation is preparing plans for the permanent waste water treatment facility.

Mr Crossland said the water engineers had stated the number of homes required to be built before the corporation could access the development funds to complete the waste treatment plant would depend on the volume of waste water produced and the final design of the water treatment facility.

There are nine homes completed.

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Wine bar plan for arts centre

A COFFEE and wine bar could be opened in the Nautilus Arts Centre, adding to the revitalisation of the centre.
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A coffee and wine bar could be opened in the Nautilus Arts Centre, adding to the revitalisation of the centre.

Former local Jemma Schilling, who is returning home to Port Lincoln, and Elouise Dukalskis have approached the Port Lincoln City Council with their idea for a licenced coffee and wine bar offering coffee, light meals and a communal space for pre and post-dinner drinks.

The venue would not just be open for shows at the theatre and they believe it would have a positive impact on the centre.

It is proposed to be located in the the current box office area, small store room and kitchenette, and the office of the civic hall officer, which would be leased from the council at commercial rates.

The council voted this week to support in principle leasing an area of the centre for the business, which still has to go through the development application process and a lease is yet to be negotiated.

The proposal also has the support of the Nautilus Arts Centre Community Reference Group.

The council’s community development manager, Janet Grocke, said the reference group had discussed the proposal and was keen to have it investigated.

She said there would be issues to do with the gallery shop and office space for council staff but they would be considered further in the assessment of this proposal.

The council’s deputy chief executive Katrina Allen said a longer term possibility could be to use the courtyard between the Nautilus Arts Centre and the Civic Centre and possibly have seating in the Rotary Gallery and alfresco dining out the front of the centre.

However she said the whole concept was still subject to development approval.

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Joe’s flying high at just 15

HIGH FLYER: 15-year-old Joe Peter with flying instructor Earl Longstaff after completing his first solo flight.IT is never too early to start achieving your life goals according to 15-year-old pilot in training Joe Peter, who recently completed his first solo flight in a Jabiru aircraft.
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Joe, in Year 10 at the Port Lincoln High School, said he wasn’t even a little bit nervous before he flew without supervision for the first time.

Instead, he said he felt confident that he knew how to operate the aircraft.

“I knew I had the knowledge and ability to complete a circuit of the airport,” he said.

He has now done four solo flights and is halfway through completing his recreational aviation licence.

Once he sits his exam and completes the flying test he will be qualified to fly on his own.

He then intends to continue on to get his private pilot licence before ultimately becoming qualified to fly commercially.

Joe said he wanted to join the Royal Australian Airforce as a pilot flying transport aircraft after finishing high school.

His love for flying came from his father Graeme who flew gliders in Alice Springs.

Joe is also an avid model flying club member, spending hours building model planes and flying them every weekend.

His father said he was proud of Joe and said he would continue to support him in his flying while Joe still enjoyed it.

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GALLERY: Throwback Thursday – June 18, 2004

GALLERY: Throwback Thursday – June 18, 2004 MP Denis Napthine, The Standard columnist Tim Auld (centre) and Warrnambool City mayor Glenys Phillpot, get crazy with King’s College students Amber Schultz, 14, Chelsea Hadden, 9, Jamie Hadden, 12, and Clare Gibson 14, to promote Fun4Kids.
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Australian under 20 Socceroo captain Scott McDonald (centre) pictured with Warrnambool Academy soccer players at Harris Street Reserve.

South Warrnambool footballer Stephen Anderson will play his 300th game for the club, pictured with children Casey, 3, Ashlee, 5, and Patrick, 7.

Moyne Shire environment officer Kath Gosden and Framlingham Aboriginal Trust community development officer Neil Martin looking at planned works for The Crags.

Jim Leahy at his store showing councillors video of a semi-truck trying to enter a lane along Fairy Street. He is against centre parking.

Camperdown football player Daniel Mahony, 27, pictured with his dog Basil, has played 100 senior games.

Deakin Uni coach Rodney Ryan talking with players at training on a wet night at the pond.

Tania Wheeler from Twinkle Toes Baby Hand and Feet Sculptures.

South Warrnambool football twins Shane and Jason Bourke, both 17.

Cobden vs Port Fairy at Cobden.

Sara Esposito from Warrnambool with her nine-month-old daughter Mia Clark, Tina Lloyd from Portland with one-year-old Molly Lloyd and Babay Sleep Consultant Tizzie Hall from Ocean Grove.

Warrnambool ABC Developmental Learning Centre director Karina Baxter (centre)with staff.

Tory Klason, 14, from Koroit had Meningococcol disease and was in South West Healthcare while he was sick.

Brianna Conheady, 6, with sister Olivia Conheady, 4, braving the winter weather to look for whales at Logans Beach.

The Disassociatives Paul Mac and Daniel Johns with reporter Matt Neal (centre) at Warrnambool Stadium before performing at Hardwired.

Peak Fitness Challenge co-ordinator Dale Ringin with Dougie Lynch, 11, and Carlee King, 11.

Paralympian Cameron Rahles-Rahbula, 20, at Camperdown.

Warrnambool cyclist Darren Smith holding his two Melbourne to Warrnambool Road race time medallions.

Warrnambool Wolves player Ed Pickering and Eastern Beach player Angelo Cordone, playing at Harris Street Reserve.

Warrnambool man John Amor sitting at Warrnambool Breakwater area, happy and healthy after beating a life threatening illness.

John Reynolds beat an Australian record with the clean and jerk in a competition held at Darwin.

Cobden vs Port Fairy at Cobden.

Fairy Street funeral director John O’Sullivan is concerned about the new centre parking between Timor and Koroit Street.

Junior basketball finals.

Darly Beechey, 18, from Cobden Football Club.

Warrnambool vs Terang-Mortlake at Reid Oval.

Southwest Action For Refugees group protesting at Lake Pertobe by placing 162 shoes on the steps to show how many children are still in detention.

Brauerander Park Steering Group member Vern Robson with Brauer College principal Michael Cusick.

Deakin Uni Associate Professor Brad Mitchell will present a discussion on Rehabilitating the South West Rivers.

Arthur Dawe and Geoff Lowe from Warrnambool Budgie Club.

John Goold leads the Ellerslie Camperdown Hunt with son Jock, 8, (centre), parading down Camperdown’s main street.

Peaches Health Foods manager Noel Moloney, naturopath Kim Clarke and Business News manager Kylea Moloney.

Richard Tankard and Lyn Eales perform for Port Fairy Rhapsody in June at Wisharts at the Wharf.

Port Fairy Rhapsody in June Bread and Pudding backoff judges Genevieve Grant, Essie Warmuth and junior judge Tayla Root, 7, with winners Heather Hampson and her daughter Fiona Hampson from Wishart Gallery.

Warrnambool GK Kate McLeod and Terang/Mortlake GS Lisa Little, GA Siobhan Sefton and C Sarah O’Connor in Hampden senior netball game between Warrnambool, and Terang-Mortlake.

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Annual men’s foursome competition

THE Robe Golf Club competition on Sunday was the annual 27-hole Bruce Hinge Handicap Men’s Foursomes.
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Richard Bateman (left), Keith Couzner and Scott Sawyer have a practice before hitting the greens over the weekend.

Bruce was a valued contributor to the club as a member, volunteering his time and scooting around the course collecting green fees.

The seat up on the 15th tee block in his memory is there for golfers to take a load off as they come down from the back nine hills.

Winners on the day, by the narrowest of margins, were Sean Emery and Richard Bateman (net 108, gross 132).

David Murch and Andy Van Der Stelt were in second place (net 108.5, 140 gross) with third place going to Ian Regnier and Harold Manton (net 115.75, 139 gross).

This weekend is a stroke round, the combined first qualifier for the Handicap Championships, first round of the Caledonian Inn Trophy and also the Rymill Wines sponsored Monthly Medal.

On the following weekend is a stableford event, the first round of the John Leake Trophy on June 29.

On June 28 and 29 there is also the Robe Bridge Tournament, held at the Robe Golf Club.

Bar volunteers will be needed to assist Peter DeLaine.

July 6 is a stroke round for the second qualifying round of the Handicap Championship, Caledonian Inn Trophy and the Rymill Wines sponsored Monthly Medal.

The second stableford round for the John Leake Trophy will be on July 13, then the annual travelling round to Lucindale for the Cavpower tournament.

Come along and get your game tuned up with the mix of stroke and stableford events to suit all golfers coming up at the Robe club.

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‘Attitude the key for Diesels’

‘Attitude the key for Diesels’ Rhys Clemson breaks through the Cootamundra defence on the way to scoring a try. Picture: Liz Cowled
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Matt Hands prepares to chip the ball Tim Gustowski caught to score for the Diesels. Picture: Liz Cowled

Tim Gustowski catches a sensationally timed chip from coach Matt Hands to score another four for the Diesels. Picture: Liz Cowled

Junee’s Tom Diggins is lined up by Cootamundra. Picture: Liz Cowled

Diesels coach Matt Hands prepares to slam the ball down over the line during Junee’s game against Cootamundra. Picture: Liz Cowled

Daniel Foley makes a flying tackle at Laurie Daley Oval during the Diesels’ game against the Bulldogs. Picture: Liz Cowled

Mark Halliburton gets the ball moving for the Diesels last weekend. Picture: Liz Cowled

Moses Manu tries to sidestep the Cootramundra defence during the Diesels’ loss to the Bulldogs at Laurie Daley Oval. Picture: Liz Cowled

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Night of nights for Valley athletes

RECORD BREAKERS: (from left, back) Jayde Hill, Jesse Vincent-Ellis, Nesta Walker, Renee Woods, (front) Charlee Woods, Simon Walker, Logan Jones, Toby Batten, India Walker, Allie Hancock and Paige MarrNAMBUCCA and District Little Athletics Club celebrated their presentation night, where the standout performers for the season were feted.
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Top achievers were:

Tiny Tots – Brooklyn Hilton, Lily Lhuede, Tazmyn White, Layla Weaver, Carli-na Wilson, Jayda Cohen, Marley Marr, Caleb Weaver, Jamaine Donovan, Miller Baade, Calvin Coote and Jedd Dyer.

Under 6 girls – 1st Paige Jackson, 2nd Fiona Holloway, 3rd Zannah Hogan.

Under 6 boys – 1st Olliver Gage, 2nd Jaxon White.

Under 7 girls – 1st India Walker, 2nd Erin Eadie, 3rd Eliza Graham. Also Makayla Lamb, Allie Hancock and Nakeetah Marr.

Under 7 boys – 1st Toby Batten, 2nd Leo Woodward.

Under 8 girls – 1st equal Izabelle Salway and Charlee Woods, 3rd Holly Blanch. Also Kayla Gage.

Under 8 boys – 1st Caleb Jackson

Under 9 girls – 1st Lily Woodward. Also Cheyenne Baker.

Under 9 boys – 1st Jaxx Eadie, 2nd Jayden Jackson, 3rd Malcolm Noble. Also Will Batten.

Under 10 girls – 1st Ella Buchanan. Also Paige Marr.

Under 10 boys – 1st Joven Walker, 2nd Kade Scarth, 3rd Jake Hancock. Also Jake Vincent-Ellis.

Under 11 girls – 1st equal Kailee Salway and Jayda Rixon, 3rd Chloe Martin. Also Paris Stadhams and Penny Stadhams.

Under 12 girls – 1st Teagan Craig.

Under 12 boys – 1st Simon Walker, 2nd Logan Jones.

Under 13 girls – 1st Tia Scarth. Also Keyarna Baker and Tahnee Marr.

Under 14 girls – 1st Renee Woods.

Under 14 boys – 1st Dylan Blanch.

Under 15 girls – 1st Amanda Cheers.

Under 15 boys – Jesse Vincent-Ellis.

Under 17 girls – 1st Jayde Hill.

Under 17 boys – 1st Nesta Walker.

* Zone participants

Allie Hancock, Toby Batten and India Walker.

* Regional participants

Charlee Woods, Izabelle Salway, Malcolm Noble, Will Batten, Joven Walker, Kailee Salway, Chloe Martin, Logan Jones and Amanda Cheers.

* State participants

Simon Walker, Renee Woods, Jesse Vincent-Ellis, Jayde Hill and Nesta Walker.

* New records

Allie Hancock – Under 7G 200m.

India Walker – Under 7G 50m, 100m, shot put and turbo javelin.

Toby Batten – Under 7B shot put.

Charlee Woods – Under 8G turbo javelin.

Paige Marr – Under 10G turbo javelin.

Logan Jones – Under 12B 400m.

Simon Walker – Under 12 javelin.

Renee Woods – Under 14G shot put and discus.

Jesse Vincent-Ellis – Under 15B shot put.

Nesta Walker – Under 17B 400m and 110m hurdles.

Jayde Hill – 1500mwalk.

* Major trophies

Highest Point Scorer – India Walker.

Best at State – Jayde Hill.

Stephen Spear Trophy for Best Performance on a Club Night. – India Walker and Nesta Walker.

Clubperson of the Year – Erin Blanch.

Parent Helper of the Year – Buck Buchanan.

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Stroke round

THE competition of the day at Robe golf on June 4 was a stroke round, Monthly Medal and third round of the International Bowl.
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Mary Harris (left) and Jenny Grant keep their ears warm during a winter’s day on the Robe Golf Course.

The winner of the Monthly Medal was Jenny Gilkes with a net 76.

Jenny received half a dozen bottles of wine. Jenny always says that anyone who plays with her will win but this time she was the winner for a change. Well done Jenny.

The runner-up was Di Stuart on a count back from Binge Rivaz with net 77.

Nearest the pin on the fourth in two was Di Stuart and Binge was nearest the pin on the 16th.

The nine hole competition was won by Jeanette Mort with 16 points and runner-up was Rosemary Williams with 14 points.

There was a lovely celebration of a birthday with chocolate cake and lots of cream.

Carol Seymour was the recipient and one only gets this treatment when the birthday has an “0” in the day.

Well done Carol congratulations turning **0.

There were 10 players out in very chilly weather last weekend. The wind was straight off the South Pole.

The competition of the day was stableford in the 18 holes.

The winner once again was Jeanette Lea with 32 points with Di Stuart runner-up on 31 points on a count back from Sally Emery also on 31 points. Jeanette was nearest the pin on the fourth in two and Binge Rivaz was nearest the pin on the 16th.

The nine hole competition was won by Margie McKay with 14 points and the runner-up was Jenny Grant with 13 points.

Ruth Gerlach was nearest the pin on the 14th in two.

Once again there was target practice on one of our players who seems to always be just were the balls are heading and it is certainly were they should not be heading.

It was decided that the last bruises she had are all cleared up now and it was time she got another one. A bit unfair really.

As the wind was off the pole those players who play in a buggy needed to wear some warm headwear – they should have had polar bear hats, not Lions hats.

Six players went to Lucindale consisting of two teams to represent Robe at the Cudmore Salver.

Well done for representing Robe as we all know it is an “honour” to be selected.

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Stewart McCabe named player of the year

Medal winner: St George Cricket Club’s Stewart McCabe. Picture: Lisa McMahonST GEORGE cricketer Stewart McCabe won the club’s Kerry O’Keeffe Medal for the best player of the 2013-14 season at the annual players dinner.
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The first grade stalwart enjoyed a stellar season that included his maiden first grade century, 161 not out, in round three.

He followed this up with another century in round 12.

The left-handed batsman scored 798 runs, averaging 40, in all formats of the game, in the two-day, one-day and T20 fixtures.

He also managed 28 wickets, including his maiden first grade five wicket haul, which included a hat-trick. His bowling average was 21.

Other player of the year winners were: second grade, Matt Baden; third grade, Riley Orr; fourth grade, Steve Wark; and fifth grade Paul Witherly.

The 2014-15 Sydney Cricket Association season starts late September.

St George Cricket Club will have dates soon for pre-season training.

The club’s annual general meeting/dinner

will be held at 6pm, Tuesday, July 8, at Oasis/Lily Rooms, Club Rivers, 32 Littleton Street, Riverwood.

Cost is $35; RSVP by July 1.

Details: Keven McKiernan, 0414 776 111,or [email protected]南京夜网.au

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“They are always amazing”: St George College fashion design photo gallery

“They are always amazing”: St George College fashion design photo gallery Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane
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Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

Couture marking day for fashion design students from St George College.Picture Chris Lane

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