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Great Southern netball round 18PHOTOS, SCORES

24/04/2020 // by admin

Great Southern netball round 18 | PHOTOS, SCORES Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.
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Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa Netball Club hosted Yankalilla on August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

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NEFLHawks too strong for the Demons

24/04/2020 // by admin

NEFL | Hawks too strong for the Demons Tom Rossi makes a strong tackle on Sam Ball
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Reece Boylan kicks clear from defence

Brodie Murphy takes possession for South

James Vandeleur tries to battle his way out of a tackle from Mitch Reynolds

Nick Smith tries to keep hold of Luke Michalanney

Dustin Pope fights for possession with pressure from Sam Ball

Sam Ball tackles Dustin Pope

Patrick McInerney is tackled by Tom Vater

Dustin Pope protects possession as Reece Boylan takes the ball away

Patrick McInerney prepares to tackle Martin Rohde

Patrick McInerney lays a strong tackle on Martin Rohde

Patrick McInerney tackles Martin Rohde over the boundary

Sam Heinrich lays a tackle on Billy Nicholls

Tom Rossi makes chase on Sam Ball

Nick Smith takes down Zack Hier

Ben Rossi gets the ball away before being tackled

Jason Eyers battles for possession

Michael Liebelt and Zack Hier battle in the ruck

Jess Pryzbyla makes a pass over Simone Bennie

Courtney Stone looks for options forward for South

Kayla Jenner and Jess Pryzbyla battle for the ball

Kirsty Smith defends as Zoe Hier looks for a pass

Courtney Stone makes space to take possession

Chloe Cook shoots for goal

Chloe Cook shoots for goal

Kristy Lewis makes a dash while Mel Cook looks for a team mate

Paige Rowett shoots for goal

Kylie Murphy makes space and calls for the ball

Rebecca Allchurch takes possession

Carly Heinrich moves up court to get possession

Carly Heinrich and Alex Callery battled all day

Cathryn Greenslade leaps to take possession

Anika McEvoy takes possession near goals

Kristen Vater looks for options with Linda Redden defending

Nikki Hannaford looks to make a pass with Jessie Mitchell defending

Jessie Mitchell calls her team mates closer for a pass

Kate Parkinson takes possession

Bianca Driver shapes to shoot for South Clare

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Great Southern football round 18PHOTOS, SCORES

24/04/2020 // by admin

Great Southern football round 18 | PHOTOS, SCORES Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.
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Goolwa/Port Elliot hosted Langhorne Creek at the weekend. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa/Port Elliot hosted Langhorne Creek at the weekend. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Goolwa/Port Elliot hosted Langhorne Creek at the weekend. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Encounter Bay posted a crucial win over the Willunga Demons on Saturday, August 23, 2014. Photo: Ryan Finlay.

Mount Compass defeated the Hawks at Langhorne Creek in the last minor round of 2014 on August 23. Photo: Shani Lance.

Mount Compass defeated the Hawks at Langhorne Creek in the last minor round of 2014 on August 23. Photo: Shani Lance.

Mount Compass defeated the Hawks at Langhorne Creek in the last minor round of 2014 on August 23. Photo: Shani Lance.

Mount Compass defeated the Hawks at Langhorne Creek in the last minor round of 2014 on August 23. Photo: Shani Lance.

Mount Compass defeated the Hawks at Langhorne Creek in the last minor round of 2014 on August 23. Photo: Shani Lance.

Mount Compass defeated the Hawks at Langhorne Creek in the last minor round of 2014 on August 23. Photo: Shani Lance.

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Grateful for Legacy help

24/04/2020 // by admin

Legacy Australia ‘legatee’ David Thewlis has provided war widow Shelley Kovco-Hogan and children Alana and Tyrie Kovco with ongoing support through the Legacy foundation. The family is making loom bands for Legacy Week to raise money for other families who have lost loved ones at war.LEGACY Week, also known as Badge Day, is the annual national appeal to raise awareness and money for families of incapacitated and deceased veterans.
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Running from August 31 to September 6 this year, money raised during Legacy Week will go towards providing families with ‘legatees’ a support person in times of need.

War widow Shelley Kovco-Hogan said Legacy provided her family with much-needed support after the death of her husband, Private Jake Kovco, during active service in 2006.

“It’s about helping other families who have gone through what we have,” she said.

“It’s been great getting assistance with the kids for school fees and uniforms, things like that.”

Legacy Australia North Gippsland group legatee David Thewlis has been working with the Kovco family since 2007.

“I have been with Legacy since 1996,” he said.

“I have a background in defence and I had a couple of friends in it and I thought it was chance to give back a little bit to those who gave a lot,” Mr Thewlis said.

“We’re a point of contact for any issues, and for help with the kids.

“We steer them in the right direction and if they ever have a query they can contact me.”

Ms Kovco-Hogan said her children, Alana and Tyrie, were eight-months-old and three-years-old respectively when she received the news of her husband’s death.

“Jake always said if anything ever happened to him, Legacy would be the ones who would help us get through it,” she said.

“Even just paperwork at the start; you’re bombarded with everything.

“Legacy can point you in the right direction.

“I’ve always known about Legacy.

“When Jake was in the army he use to go and sell Legacy badges.”

Alana has been doing her bit to raise money for Legacy Week, by making loom bands to sell to her friends at school.

“I’ve been making loom bands and so has mum and we’ve had some other people to help,” Alana said.

“It took about two weeks to make them.

“I’ve been selling them at school and I’ve raised $226.80.”

Ms Kovco-Hogan said despite the circumstances surrounding her husband’s death, she would support her children if either of them decided to join the armed services.

“I know Jake would be really proud if either of the kids when in it (the armed services),” she said.

“Tyrie’s mad on the army; he reads a lot of army books.

“All his stories that he writes at school somehow lead back to a gun or a paratrooper, because Jake was a paratrooper.

“I think he (Jake) would be really proud and I wouldn’t stop them from doing it, I’d support that in whatever they wanted to do.”

Pens, wristbands, bears and badges will be sold during Legacy Week, from August 31 to September 6, in Raymond St, Sale and in the Gippsland Centre.

For more information about Legacy Week or legatees, phone the North Gippsland Legacy group on 5145 5370.

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Latrobe monitoring role for Webb

24/04/2020 // by admin

FORMERWellington Shire Council chief executive Lyndon Webb has been appointed to improve governance at Latrobe City Council.
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Local Government Minister Tim Bull appointed Mr Webb an independent monitor to improve governance processes and systems at the council.

Mr Webb has served as chief executive at Wellington and Towong councils, was the founding president of LGPro and is experienced in reforming troubled organisations, most recently at Brimbank and Darebin.

He will provide independent reports to the minister as well as providing advice and assistance to the council.

In June the Gippsland Times reported Latrobe City Council’s deputy mayor Dale Harriman had forwarded a statement of allegations about corruption or mismanagement in the council to the Independent Broad-Based Anti-Corruption Commission.

Cr Harriman said he was approached last year with allegations about various issues including procurement.

“In September 2013 I made a disclosure to IBAC of those issues,” Cr Harriman said.

“I am aware other people have come forward with further allegations and I have referred them on to IBAC.”

Mr Bull said good governance was critical to the integrity of the local government sector.

“Councils must not only comply with the Local Government Act, they must establish a culture of good governance within systems and processes and amongstcouncillors and council staff,” he said.

Mr Bull said the state government was committed to creating a strong local government sector that was transparent and accountable to residents and ratepayers.

“Our new mandatory local government performance reporting framework and the My Council style website being developed will clearly show how each council is performing,” he said.

Latrobe City mayor Sharon Gibson said the councillors were pleased Mr Bull had responded positively to the request for an independent monitor to provide guidance in governance, procurement and finance as well as relations between councillors and officers.

“We understand that some issues have been raised directly with the government on these matters,” she said.

“Therefore, this is an ‘action speaks louder than words’ step taken by council to ensure these matters are managed effectively and efficiently.

“This appointment further underlines council’s commitment to improve transparency, accountability and good governance.”

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Gawler Central v Kapunda football and netball from Saturday, August 23PHOTOS

24/04/2020 // by admin

Gawler Central v Kapunda football and netball from Saturday, August 23 | PHOTOS Gawler Central v Kapunda football.
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Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda football.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

Gawler Central v Kapunda netball.

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Basketball and futsal draws

24/04/2020 // by admin

Basketball
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Week 14: 26/8/2014

Under 10s

– The Nix versus Alley Cats. Court:1.

– Breakaways versus Young North Blue. Court:2

– Bye Meteors.

Under 12s A

– Schoies plumbing versus Young North White. Time: 5pm. Duty: Jazz. Court:1.

– Jazz versus Kiwi Connection.

Time: 5.45pm. Duty: SP. Court: 2.

Under 12s B

– Slam Dunk versus Rangers.

Time: 5pm. Duty: Lightning. Court:1.

– Fever versus Lightning.

Time: 5.45pm. Duty: Slam Dunk. Court: 2.

Under 14s

– Just do it versus Minx.

Time: 6.30pm. Duty: Hoopers. Court: 1.

– Warriors versus Chargers.

Time: 6.30pm. Duty: Green Curries. Court: 2.

– Hoopers versus Green Curries.

Time: 7.15pm. Duty: Warriors. Court: 1.

Under 16s

Globe Stars versus D.O.A.

Time: 7.15pm. Duty: Aces. Court: 2.

Flint Tropics versus Aces.

Time: 8pm. Duty: Globestars. Court: 1.

Futsal – Wednesday, August 27

– Manchesthair versus Young Motors.

Unicorn Fortress versus Feeling Good.

7.15pm

– Man City versus Teacher FC.

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Search is on for netball stars

24/04/2020 // by admin

Australia Post and Netball Australia are searching for local inclusion champions in the Australia Post One Netball Community Awards.
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The Australia Post One Netball Community Awards recognise passionate coaches, umpires, players and volunteers across Australia’s netball clubs and associations who go above and beyond to make the sport of netball accessible to everyone and lead by example to inspire those around them.

Australian Diamonds player and Australia Post One Netball Ambassador Kim Green said the awards were about celebrating local champions who share the love of netball with everyone and welcome new faces into their clubhouses.

“Netball clubs and associations are the lifeblood of local communities, filled with passionate people promoting our sport and making it inclusive for everyone to take part, irrespective of their skill level, ability or background,” Green said.

“These awards will recognise these people from the sidelines to the centre circle and share their stories to inspire others to support more inclusive netball environments.”

Australia Post chief marketing officer Greg Sutherland said the Australia Post One Netball Community Awards would recognise and reward people whose work with netball clubs and associations is helping build better communities.

“Netball plays an important part in the fabric of our communities and the One Netball Community Awards recognises those local leaders that extend the games reach and impact,” he said.

“They will help build awareness of the value of diversity.”

Nominations are now open for individuals, netball clubs and associations who are actively creating positive change and inspiring others in the process.

To nominate go to www.onenetball.org.au and tell us in 200 words or less how you, someone you know, your club or association are creating and supporting a more inclusive netball environment in your local community.

Winners will receive a $500 Australia Post Load and Go gift card for personal use, $1,000 worth of Australia Post Load and Go gift cards for their netball club or Association, a signed netball from the 2014 Commonwealth Games Australian gold medal winning netball team and a visit from an Australia Post One netball ambassador to their club or association.

Nominations close on Sunday, September 21 and winners will be announced on Monday, October 13.

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Privatising NDIS service providers not the solution: PSA

24/04/2020 // by admin

It was very disappointing to read Minister Ajaka’s response to recent protests against the privatisation of Ageing Disability and Home Care (NDIS one of the ‘greatest social reforms this country has seen’: Ajaka, August 5, 2014), not least because the minister misrepresents the concerns of people with disability, their families, carers and ADHC staff.
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Contrary to the minister’s claims, there has been no “negative commentary” directed at the National Disability Insurance Scheme.

In fact, the Public Service Association of NSW (PSA) has made it abundantly clear that it fully supports the NDIS.

What the PSA does oppose, however, is the NSW Government using the NDIS as an excuse for the wholesale privatisation of Ageing, Disability and Home Care Services – a move that may put the most vulnerable in our community at the mercy of private providers operating on a cost basis rather than meeting the high-level needs of clients.

The minister claims that the government has been working with unions to protect the entitlements of those workers transferring to private providers.

If only.

The fact is that the Government has pointedly failed to commit to protect any existing conditions.

As for the assertion that choice will increase after privatisation, by Minister Ajaka’s own admission government services make up 40 per cent of ageing disability and home care providers.

How will removing the largest and most experienced provider of ageing disability and home care services increase choice for clients?

Further, what happens to those clients whose needs are too complex or expensive for the non-government sector to handle?

We have already seen high-needs clients handed back to the government when the new provider finds it can’t cope. If the state government has its way this safety net will be gone entirely.

Illawarra mum Sonia Facey, whose autistic son Nathan attends a government-run respite centre a few days a month, wants assurance that Nathan will be able to continue with the centre-based care he currently receives.

“It is so important to our family to have this time, but no one can tell me if centre-based respite will continue in our area after privatisation,” she says. “I want Nathan to stay where he is. Where’s my choice?”

The NDIS is a wonderful opportunity for government-run services and private providers to work together to give people with disability genuine choice and control.

Unfortunately Sonia, Nathan and so many others who rely on public disability and home care services will have their “choice” removed by this government’s cynical cost-cutting agenda.

That, minister, is what’s “plain wrong”.

Public Service Association of NSW general secretaryAnne Gardiner

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Students ready to clean up their act

24/04/2020 // by admin

Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre marine education officer, Jillian Riethmuller, with the grant certificate from the IMB Community Foundation.
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Given a choice between the beach and the classroom, it’s not hard to predict what most primary school students would choose.

But it’s not often that you get to combine the two.

Students from Eden and Pambula public schools, along with the First Eden Sea Scouts, will get that chance from next year as part of the Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre’s new marine debris program, Clean Up Your Act!

The program will be rolled out at Tathra Public School later this year, with Narooma Public School to also take part from 2015.

Sapphire Coast Marine Discovery Centre marine education officer, Jillian Riethmuller, said the initiative is about both cleaning up the coast and putting strategies in place to reduce future debris.

“Each group is going to adopt a section of local beach and clean it up, and sorting the rubbish so we can put the details into an online database,” Ms Riethmuller said.

“From there, we’re actually going to assess that information and see if we can come up with strategies to reduce it.

“For example, straws are the most common type of marine debris, so we’ll try and develop a strategy to reduce straw use.

“Hopefully this will become an ongoing program for the schools, where they will regularly go and clean the section of beach that they’re adopting.

“We’ll be covering a variety of beaches from Eden to Narooma, and getting that variety was one of the aims of the program.”

Ms Riethmuller said teaching students about the positive impact their actions can have on the coastal environment from a young age is vital.

The centre is holding discussions with each of the participating schools to determine which classes will take part, and Ms Riethmuller said the messages behind educational programs designed for youth also reach a wider audience in many cases.

“It also helps them to tell their parents and other people that they interact with about the impact of marine debris,” she said.

“Kids seem to be willing to pass on their information to other people.

“Hopefully we’ll even get them interested in studying science and going into bigger conservation issues in the future.”

The initiative is funded by an $11,000 grant from the IMB Community Foundation, and is one of 49 projects to be given a share in $500,000 of funding this year.

“One of the original goals of the IMB Community Foundation was to help build sustainable community assets within the regions that IMB operates,” IMB Community Foundation chairman Lynton Nicholas said.

“We are delighted that throughout the past 15 years we have been able to support a number of local Eden groups that have consequently made a positive, long-term impact on the local community.”

Applications for the 2015 round of IMB Community Foundation funding will open in November.

For information, click here.

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