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KNTFL coaching wheel keeps turning

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RETURN: Former Mundulla premiership player Brian Durbidge will return to the Tatiara club as senior coach a decade after leaving.THE KNTFL coaching wheel has continued to turn this off-season, with a number of new coaches joining the old guard.
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For the local teams, Border Districts has reinstated Cam Sandercock, after the ruckman/utility player took over coaching duties halfway through last season when Mark Good was removed from the role.

KNTFL coaching wheel keeps turning TIGERS: Mundulla’s 2016 coach Brian Durbidge.

2015: Then Naracoorte coach Simon Cox patrols the boundary during one of his side’s matches in 2015. He has signed as coach of Bordertown for 2016, while his assistant last year Brett Gould (pictured far left) will step up to coach Naracoorte’s A grade.

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Million dollar RSL upgrade

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TREASURE TROVE: The Soldiers Memorial Hall is already home to a treasure trove of equipment and relics brought back by local ANZACS who fought in WWI – the upgrade could see it house travelling exhibitions. Picture: NONI HYETTRelated:RSL upgrade on council agenda
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BENDIGO’sSoldiers Memorial Hall is a already a Bendigo icon –but it could be set for an multi-million dollarupgrade which would see it host travelling exhibitions from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

The plans were unveiled this morning by Bendigo Mayor Rod Fyffe, who said he excited to have a proposal which “would bring such benefit” to returned soldiers and the community put to City of Greater Bendigo councillors this week.

“When council meets on Wednesday, it will consider providing $800,000 over two yearstowards the restoration component of the project,” he said.

The total project is expected to cost $4.1M and the works will be staged over a number ofyears.

“The RSL and council will also apply forgrants from other levels of government and the RSL will seek community contributionsthrough fundraising activities,” he said.

Cr Fyffe said the objective is to have the project “shovel ready” for when funding becomesavailable.

A report to be tabled at Wednesday’s council meeting states the Soldiers Memorial Hallneeds to be upgraded to meet modern day accessibility requirements and visitorexpectations.

A proposed new gallery would be built at the rear of the existing Hall following the removal ofthe 1934 fibro stage and toilet additions.

The gallery would include state-of-the-art climate control features to accommodate touringexhibitions from the War Memorial in Canberra. The exhibition space would be located atground floor level, with the storage and preparation areas within the upper level roof space.

Conservation works to the original building would include total roof replacement, newskylights, external render repairs and the application of a new wash coat to the wholebuilding to replicate the original stone coloured finish.

Other works would include upgrading exhibition spaces within the existing building, includingrestumping and new flooring in the Billiard Room, reinstatement of missing sections of theoriginal ceiling and other plaster repairs and painting. The caretaker’s flat would also be removed.

Artist’s impression of the upgraded RSL building, including the construction of a new wing to house travelling exhibitions from the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

The Office of the Victorian Government Architect, which released a statement saying it was“highly supportive” of the proposed design.

“The developing design and suggest that (architects) Lovell Chenhave put forward an elegant and highly considered design proposition that respects both theheritage building and park context and contributes positively to the city of Bendigo,” it reads.

Heritage Victoria has reviewed the design and is also supportive of it.​The Heritage Victoria Planning permit application has been lodged, and the Planning Permitapplication is ready to be submitted.

Hall Redevelopment Working Group chairPaul Pennosaid it was fitting that the City of Greater Bendigo and the Bendigo District RSL are combining inthis major project in the year of the Centenary of ANZAC.

“Our diggers of World War 1, their families and the general community who raised the fundsto construct this magnificent memorial would be well pleased to see the efforts being madeby the City and the Bendigo District RSL to upgrade and expand upon this very specialbuilding,” he said.

“The completion of this project will ensure that the sacrifices made by so many who servedin all wars – those who died, those who survived and suffered and those who are serving still– will always be remembered.

“We look forward to other levels of Government displaying the same levels of enthusiasmand commitment to this important project as the Councillors of the City of Greater Bendigo.”

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RSL nabs first season win

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Careful: Meningie’s Trevor Mitchell gets out the measuring tape to work out which bowl holds sway in the division one match against Murray Bridge White.WELL it must be said the biggest surprise of the round in division onewas the upset, and good for the competition, win by RSL over Karoonda.
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Tailem Bend also injected a bit of extra enthusiasm into proceedings with a solid win at Murray Bridge.

Jervois survived a thriller at home against Mannum while Bridge White scored maximum points in an entertaining clash with Meningie.

Karoonda won on two rinks at RSL only to crash badly on the other; Kevin Leslie was on the receiving end the previous Saturday but this time he dished it out in a mighty reversal of fortunes.

Leslie turned in a Skipper of the Round exhibition when he steered his team to a 30-shot win that paved the way for RSL’s first win of the season.

Bridge Blue v Tailem Bend by Paul Smart

The topsy-turvey season continued for the home sidewhen they were soundly beaten by a much more focused Tailem team.

The reinvigorated duo of Peter Connolly and Brian Leckie both played major roles in the win.

Bruce Attrill met David Hoare and the well drilled team jumped away to a 5-1 lead after four ends and gradually increase the lead to run out the easiest of winners on the day, 24-9.

Noel Kneebone, playing his third game as a skipper, guided his team to a 21-13 win over the experienced Charlie Disanto.

Although the home side led six shots to two after four ends, the rot then set in and Tailem controlled the game.Again the Tailem players contributed when needed, with lead Colin Baxter putting the pressure on.

In the most even game of the day, the rink of Les Trewren, Ron Goodwin, Peter White and skipper Gerry Penta, were the only winners for Blue against Travis Schenke, Mike Bristow, Peter Connolly and skip Duane Edwards, they were able to hold on to win, 22-18.

The scores were tied on seven occasions with both teams on 18going into the last end, with the home scoring their second fourof the day to win.

Jervois v Mannum

Once again Jervois narrowly escaped to take 10 points over an unlucky Mannum in a thrilling finish.

Graeme Herbert, Rodger Zarantonello, Denis Hicks and Kevin Spinks continued their winning streak with a 24-16 win over Gary Fowler, Jack Pitcher, Trevor Dicker and Gary Odgers.

Herbert was off to a great start with a four on the opening end, followed by a single, only to see Fowler respond to tie the scores after four ends.

Herbert again eased out to a seven-shot lead after scoring a four on the ninth, but this was reduced when Fowler secured a three and a single.

Fowler was forced to play catch up as the margin blew out to nine shots as Herbert finished the stronger.

Denis Hicks was again outstanding for Jervois in his most consistent season.

Andrew Stasinowski, Graham Schenke, Derek Vanderzon and John McEntee emerged with a 24-18 win over Terry McDonald, John Windebank, Mike Pethic and Martin March.

Once again it was Jervois out of the blocks early with a four, but McDonald won sixof the next seven to take the lead 8-5.Stasinowski steadied over the next few ends and he went to the break with a four-shot lead.

The lead built to six by the 16th end, but a four to McDonald reduced the marginwith four ends to play.

Jervois responded with a six on the next end to virtually kill off the challenge.

Graham Wakefield, Tommy Towns, Peter Wegener and Steve Gregory were winners for Mannum with a 26-14 win over Russel Schutz, David Kempe, Len Gommers and Garry Mason.

But it was a hollow victory, with the 12-shot margin having evaporated from a game high lead of 18-4.Jervois escaped with an overall two-shot win, avoiding what would have been their first loss this season.

Wakefield had six shots on the board before Schutz got started, and won eight of the first 10 ends for an 11-shot lead.

A 4 to Schutz on the 6th end was his only bright spot, and when Wakefield continued dominating after the break to go to a 25-7 lead Mannum were almost home.

Schutz won successive ends on the 18th and 19th, which was totally against the flow, but it revived Jervois’ chances, as they finished strongly on neighbouring rinks. A single to Wakefield on the 20th set up a tense finish, with Jervois taking an overall one-shot lead. Then is was some close bowls as Jervois won 62-60 despite therink’s 12-shot loss.

Bridge White v Meningie

White defeated Meningie 76-43 with White gaining valuable premiership points by winning all rinks.

The rinks of Fromm andTraeger had comfortable wins however the rink of White’sJason Sipos against Brian Lord went down to the wire before Sipos won by three shots.Brian Traeger, White, defeated Barry Jennings 33-11 whileGraham Fromm won over Wayne Lehmann 23-15.Best players for White were Tom Griffith & Ian Oats and Wayne Lehmann was best for Meningie.Jason Sipos defeated Brian Lord 20-17.With only three ends left the Sipos rink appeared to be cruising, however the persistence by Brian Lord almost brought his rink to an unexpected victory.

On line: Bow Jude, Meningie, gets ready to line up a bowl during the division one match against Murray Bridge White on the weekend.

On a roll: Tom Griffiths, Murray Bridge White, sends a bowl down the home turf in the division one match against Meningie on the weekend.

Concentration: Meningie’s Robert Warnes gets ready to play a shot during the division one match in Murray Bridge on Saturday.

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KNTFL coaching wheel keeps turning

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RETURN: Former Mundulla premiership player Brian Durbidge will return to the Tatiara club as senior coach a decade after leaving.THE KNTFL coaching wheel has continued to turn this off-season, with a number of new coaches joining the old guard.
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For the local teams, Border Districts has reinstated Cam Sandercock, after the ruckman/utility player took over coaching duties halfway through last season when Mark Good was removed from the role.

KNTFL coaching wheel keeps turning TIGERS: Mundulla’s 2016 coach Brian Durbidge.

2015: Then Naracoorte coach Simon Cox patrols the boundary during one of his side’s matches in 2015. He has signed as coach of Bordertown for 2016, while his assistant last year Brett Gould (pictured far left) will step up to coach Naracoorte’s A grade.

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New dining group for vegetarians

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A NEW vegetarian group in the Highlands will hold its first dinner next Friday night.
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The Southern Highlands Veggie Group was founded by Heather Edwards, who would like to convince more restaurants in the area to include vegan choices on their menu.

“I am relatively new to the area and was part of the Macarthur Vegetarians. I’d like to see more vegan menus down here, in particular vegan desserts,” she said.

Ms Edwards believes that people should be eating more vegetables as part of a healthier lifestyle.

She has been vegetarian for the past 24 years and vegan for six months. She said her motivation was the cruelty animals suffer in the factory farming process.

“I’d like to meet vegetarians and vegans in the area – I know there’s a few from the Macarthur group down here. I’ve started a Facebook page and would like to share tips and ideas, and eventually I’d like to hold talks and show movies,” she said.

“The Shaggy Cow have been really good – they now have a vegetarian menu in the evenings.”

Ms Edwards’ inspiration for the group came from the meat-free Friday, traditionally a religious observation that has now been adapted by several animal welfare organisations.

“Meat eaters are welcome to join us on the night, but they can’t order a meat dish. It would be great if meat-eaters could start introducing a few meat-free nights into their diets,” she said.

Ms Edwards hopes the dinners will become monthly events.

The Southern Highlands Veggie Group will meet for dinner at Bangkok House in Mittagong on Friday, November 27.

To book or for more information call Heather Edwards on 0413 057 272 or find them on Facebook.

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Milestone for bush care group

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The seven original members who formed REPS 25 years ago: Beth Boughton, Bob McInnes, Allan Stiles, Sheila McInnes, Helen Tranter, David Tranter and Steve Douglas. Photo suppliedTHE Robertson Environmental Protection Society (REPS) celebrated 25 years last week.
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The group held a celebration in conjunction with the AGM, which also featured a talk by Steve Douglas about his work with Leon Hall to restore Caalong Creek Reserve.

It was the desire to improve the Caalang Creek area in Hampton Park in 1988 that brought the village together and, funded by a Bicentennial grant and driven by lots of man power, regeneration of approximately eight acres behind the soccer fields began.

The first step was to plant gum trees and blackwoods to provide a canopy that would protect lower plants from the frost.

Today the area boasts a wide variety of flora and fauna – platypi have even been spotted in the creek.

The group is also responsible for refurbishing the Heritage Railway Station in 2002 and the park opposite the post office.

The group has also welcomed about 100 guest speakers to its bi-monthly meetings and it also produces a newsletter six times each year.

It has also published several books to encourage people to protect and maintain the shire’s natural heritage: A Guide to Yarrawa Brush, A House for all Seasons (about energy efficiency) and The Wingecarribee Tree Book.Steve Douglas and Dennice Fletcher were recognised with life memberships at the meeting for their contribution to the group.

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Turning lemons into water

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St Paul’s students show David Harrison from Catholic Mission that they appreciate that they can drink fresh water at any time. Photo by Jen Walker
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THE day after Alecia Peacock saw a video about how children in Madagascar had limited access to fresh water, she did something about it.

Using the lemons from the family’s tree and leveraging off the fact it was her birthday, she made lemonade and held a stall at her party, raising $54 in the process.

Then her classmates – Ciara Bastin, Lucy McVie and Dakota Sharman – got in on the action and between them another lemonade stall at St Paul’s Catholic College raised $152.

Soon after, Darcy Bull, Sarah Bull and Tehanna St Claire baked cakes and sold them within their neighbourhood to raise another $54.

Then the Mini Vinnies from Year 5, Samantha Thomas and Samantha Malloy, added another $150 by organising a crazy hair and clothing day at the school.

These efforts, combined with other donations, led to the school presenting Catholic Mission with $600 last week to help install pumps in schools in Madagascar.

David Harrison from Catholic Mission said the level of engagement the children had shown was in some ways more important than the money.

“This really shows the sacrifice these girls made to share in solidarity and make a real difference to the children in schools in Madagascar,” he said.

“There are a lot of airborne diseases in that country so these funds will help to build pumps and toilets in the schools and teach them about sanitation.”

Mr Harrison said the fundraising was part of Socktober, part of the Sock it to Poverty campaign run through schools to help protect, house, feed and educate children globally.

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Reader of the week: Lisa Arnesen, volunteer at Bidwill Community Garden

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Reader of the week: Lisa Arnesen. Volunteer at Bidwill Community Garden.Two people I would love to invite to dinner: Greg Inglis (professional rugby league player) and Shemar Moore (actor and former model).
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The best advice I ever received was: If you don’t have anything nice to say — say nothing!

The most amazing thing I’ve ever done is: Build a computer.

If I was down to my last $10 I would spend it on: Cosse aromatherapy products.

My greatest fear is: Spiders.

My fantasy job is: Horse riding instructor.

If I could have a super power it would be: Blowing things up.

My favourite phrase is … Don’t let the door hit you on the bum on the way out.

My hidden talent is: Being me.

If I could travel back in time, I would love to meet: My grandfather.

The one thing I will never throw out: My other half, Patrick.

True love is … Forever.

My last meal would be: Marjorie Mead’s baked dinners.

My first car was: Torana.

I’m always being asked: Are you pregnant? (No, I’m just big!)

My most embarrassing moment was … Unpublishable.

What people may not know about me is: Not saying.

Weirdest thing in my glovebox: Asthma puffer.

My biggest fashion faux pas was: Shaving the back of my head and leaving just a ponytail.

I wish I hadn’t: Started smoking.

My earliest memory is: My Grandmother.

On my bedside table is: Flowers.

A movie I think everyone should see:Titanic.

In the future … There will be space cars, like on The Jetsons.

Favourite book as a child:Little Red Riding Hood.

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Against the odds

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Community member Roger Sharp has demonstrated that with determination and the right support in place, you can overcome the odds.Community member Roger Sharp has demonstrated that with determination and the right support in place, you can overcome the odds.
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Less than 10 years ago, Roger was homeless on the streets of Adelaide,eating out of garbage bins to make it by.

Rogerwasborn in Whyalla but moved to Adelaide as a teenager, he struggledwith attention deficit disorder andleftschool in year 11.

Eventually due to his unstable home life, heended up in a youth shelter.

Living between Adelaide and Whyalla,Roger first came to Plaza Youth Centre in 2004seeking help for personal and family issues.

Hewas a young parent at the time and joined Plaza Youth’s young parents program.

Roger started coming to Plaza Youth everyday where he soon developed a strong sense of belonging and purpose however he ended up living in Adelaide againwhere his life took a step backwards and he found himself living on the streets.

As a young adult, Rogercame back to Whyalla in 2013 and turned to Plaza Youth Centrein need of support.

The staff therehelped connectRoger with temporary accommodation and were eventually able to assist him to move into a Housing Trust home where they also supported him with white goods.

Plaza Youth referred him to financial management program services and throughsupport from itsAdult Community Education program, Roger was able to complete his high school certificate.

Through theACE program also learntlearnt life skills, building skills,budgeting, cooking and most importantly he achieved hisCertificate II in Retail.

Roger has beenproudlyworking at Coles for the past 13 months now,hashis own car, isattending church, has learnt to to manage hisADD and is currentlystudying a Diploma in Management.

Roger said he was thankful to Plaza Youth for their suppport to see him overcome obstacles andhadface hismental health challenges.

“I got mylife back,” hesaid.

Roger said Plaza Youth had provided somewhere for him to come back to and able to be welcomed,accommodating of who he was as an individual and offering asupport network for those who might not have those support networks.

“It’s good to come here and feel like I have somewhere to belong and know that they’re always there for me,” he said.

Roger continues to have a connection to Plaza Youth and was honoured to be asked toreturnas a guest speaker in the future.

“If I could give anyone advice, it would be just keep going, don’t give up,” he said.

“There’s always challenges in life, you’ve just got to adapt to it.”

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Deeply personal and truly intimate

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INTIMATE: Denise Martin’s work is beautifully meditative.
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Launching Denise Martin’s current exhibition at the La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre, Tegan Lang, Cultural Development Officer with Mount Alexander Shire, captivated the audience with her poetic and insightful remarks.

The deeply personal and intimate exhibition is “grounded in principles of experiential art” she said. “It is beautifully meditative. Its carefully composed visuals and audio combine to quickly impact the viewer. On a stormy afternoon alone in this gallery, the work quickly aligned my breathing with that of the babble of the swimmer, until my ears attuned to the many soundscapes within the films”.

Lang noted that the contemplative nature of Martin’s work reminded her of a recent comment by performance artist Marina Abromovic: “Our life is so fast. You have to make art slow. Your heart slows down, your thinking process slows down, it brings you into a different cosmos”.

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