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VOLUNTEERS are the lifeblood of our community, but they’re often hard to come by.If you’re interested in giving some of your time to help out, the advice seems to be consistent across the board - just go for it! Turn to pages 2 and 3 to read about some of the volunteers in our community.

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Wyanda Lublink and Gary Hayward cuddle up with some of the younger members of Kangaloola - Velvet, Bikkie and Little Missy.

Saving sanctuaryBy KRYSTEN MANUEL

KANGALOOLA Wildlife Sanctuary is $1000 richer thanks to Gary Hayward of The Buddha Shop, who hopes his donation will start a trend.

“This is brilliant, someone’s out there trying to save our crea-tures,” he said.

“We donated that $1000 to kick-start and we’re hoping that other people think ‘well if they can do it, we should be able to raise a little bit of money as well’.”

Mr Hayward sees first-hand the devastation caused by mo-tor vehicles in particular, living at Yackandandah and driving to work every day, and has nothing but praise for the sanctuary that saves hundreds of animals every year.

“Glenda has been an angel to wildlife all of her life,” he said.

“We knew when driving into town every day how many ani-mals were being killed, and a lot of them are babies.

“So we really need help to buy medicines and formulas for these little creatures.

“There’s not many people who have the time to do it, but Glenda and her volunteers from all over the world do - but they need money to help fund it.”

Kangaloola is run by Glen-da Elliot and her volunteers. One volunteer Wyanda Lub-link came to the sanctuary as a ‘WOOFER’ (Willing Workers on Organic Farms), and ended up staying for three years - and

counting.“There’s two ways to look at

it,” Ms Lublink said.“Of course, it’s the money

itself because all the milk andeverything, there’s no govern-ment funding whatsoever so this money is really really good.

“On the other hand, for us toknow that the local community actually appreciates what we’redoing - it’s a big thing.

“Lots of times we go out inthe bush and we have to go afterpeople that deliberately shootour wildlife. A lot of people have no respect for Australian wildlife, we see it almost ev-ery single day. So to know thatthere’s people out there thatcare, for us it makes it all worth it.”

Both Mr Hayward and MsLublink are hoping this initialdonation will start a snowballeffect and encourage others to donate.

They say that now is espe-cially crucial for people to give,as the wildlife are suffering dueto the heat and an increase in il-legal shooting.

“It’s very hard for the ani-mals at the moment,” Ms Lub-link said. “The weather is nothelping, we desperately needrain.”

“We’ve found so many deadanimals and people know that shooting Australian wildlife isillegal, and there’s still a lot go-ing on.

“Any money we could get atthe moment is a big help.”

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Red Cross needs driveBy KRYSTEN MANUELA DAUNTING and scary reality for many people on the Border is trying to get to the hospital for surgery when you’re frail, alone and can’t drive.

Thankfully, Red Cross volunteers provide the answer - safe, reliable, worry-free transport for those who have no other options - but more vol-unteers are desperately needed.

Gwen Blazely has been a volunteer with the service for the past eight years. Ms Blazely said she had volunteered with the service for so long because she found it rewarding helping people in need.

“There are a lot of vulnerable people out there who need help - it’s nice to be there for them,” she said.

“We need about eight more drivers - we actu-ally drive about 9000 kilometres in a month!”

The Red Cross Patient Transport service con-

sists of one car shared between 13 drivers, whoassist over 30 socially isolated, older people toget to their essential medical appointments every month.

“The drivers get to know the clients, they chatand listen to their stories,” Ms Blazely said.

“They’re so dedicated the drivers, and they en-joy it so much they call me when they finish a tripand ask when they can do another one.”

Volunteer drivers choose whether they want to do long trips to Melbourne or local trips andnominate days that they are available.

“It’s very flexible,” Ms Blazely said.“We have a great team and all work well to-

gether.”Full training and support is provided.To learn more about the Red Cross Patient

Transport service contact Red Cross on 83468341.

Gwen Blazely, Merilyn Oates and Bob King drive patients to their appointments every week, saying it’s great to build friendships and bond with the patients.

EditorialCall for volunteersYOU will notice that this week’s paper fea-tures several stories asking for volunteers and assistance from the public.

We have the ladies from Kangaloola Wildlife Sanctuary who need financial assis-tance to continue their invaluable work with our wildlife.

Heather Watts is looking for people to “walk for Kelsey” in a bid to aid research into ovarian cancer.

The Red Cross is asking for people to put up their hands and become drivers for the pa-tient transport service.

Albury Wodonga Palliative Care is asking for people to come forward and volunteer a few hours a week to support those in pallia-tive care and their families.

And the Wodonga Raiders are asking businesses to come forward and donate what they can to make their first Pink Stumps Day a success.

It seems that volunteers and those who donate time, money and product are one and the same. All crucial to a high-functioning community and all seeking others to do the very same.

We never know when tragedy, illness and death will touch us and those we love, and when it does, these organisations become in-valuable to us.

So why not give back now? Even if you are lucky enough to have your health and that of your family, there is someone out there not so lucky - a brother, sister, partner, mother or friend of someone.

Look forward to the future, plan for the future. Not just for people who may be strangers now, but for the security of your own future and that of your children.

And don’t forget about our beautiful, unique wildlife.

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Call for volunteersBy KRYSTEN MANUELMERCY Health Albury Palliative Care is looking for generous volunteers from all walks of life to assist with their holistic sup-port service, and comfort those who have been diagnosed with a non-curative, life-limiting illness.

These patients require physical, social, emotional and spiritual care from an integrat-ed team of professional palliative care work-ers, as fear and anxiety surrounding their life is sometimes too much to bear alone.

Palliative care empowers people with in-formation and education that allow patients to decide the supports that best suit their in-dividual and unique needs.

Volunteer support workers are crucial to the care of patients because of their own personal skills such as understanding, accep-tance, respect and maturity, and this is how they will be chosen.

Each volunteer will give up to four hours a week, with each placement uniquely matched with the patient.

“When a patient is registered, their first communication is with a nurse and then the palliative care support co-ordinator follows up with each member of the family to look at support and what they may need in their changed circ*mstances,” Albury Wodonga Palliative Care support co-ordinator, Louisa Thompson said.

“They are matched by checking out their likes, dislikes and needs - it’s a personality match.”

Mercy Health Albury Palliative Care will be conducting interviews for volunteer sup-port workers to join its team late February.

Successful applicants would then partici-pate in a training program which would com-mence early March, two days a week over three weeks.

“We have long serving volunteers of over 20 years, they love it and we offer a lot of support for them in turn,” Ms Thompson said.

For further inquiries please contact sup-port co-ordinator, Louisa Thompson on 6042 1458.

Wishing and hoping

By TREVOR JACKSONAFTER 24 years volunteering for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Bor-der volunteer Christine Way hasn’t lost any of her passion.

The foundation offers children with life-threatening illness a wish and it’s up to volunteers in the area to make it happen.

And Christine has certainly played her part, having been in-volved in around 100 wishes from close to 150 in the region.

Christine said one of the most memorable wishes she’d been in-volved in was for a young girl who wanted to be princess for a day.

“I think that wish was so memo-rable because there were so many people join together to make it hap-pen,” she said.

The wish involved many people

in the community, from making her dress, putting on a concert and the mayor welcoming her as she arrived in a horse and cart and walked down a red carpet to her princess party.

Christine said helping out with such wishes was very satisfying.

“It’s just seeing that you can make a difference for a child,” she said.

“It might only be for week or a month but you can bring a smile to their face. When they’ve been in hospital for treatment for a long time it’s good to see them smile.”

“And the parents are always very grateful. I remember one wish fam-ily we sent to the theme parks on the Gold Coast and it rained all week. They couldn’t go to the theme parks but they said it was the best time. They got to spend quality time to-gether as a family.”

Christine Way says volunteering for

the Make-A-Wish Foundation is very

rewarding.

But the foundation is struggling for volunteers in the Albury Wodon-ga area and is currently looking to attract more people to help.

“We need some new volunteers here, some new blood with new ideas for fund-raising,” Christine said.

“I urge people to just try to com-mit to even an hour a week - some-times it’s not even that. We might hold a sausage sizzle or something like that and we need people to help out.

“I’d say just get involved where they can. It’s certainly worthwhile.”

The Albury Wodonga volunteer branch of Make-A-Wish is urgently seeking volunteers to join and help and will be holding an informationsession on Wednesday 27 Febru-ary, 7pm at The Commercial Club,Albury.

Those interested in attending theinformation night can contact Jac-qui Webster on 03 9426 0777 or via email at [emailprotected].

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The algae is contained to treatment pond two, but Albury council is advising residents to keep out of all waterways around the pond as a precaution. The algae has been caused by continuous hot weather combined with maintenance works at the nearby treatment plant. The works have reduced water flows through the lagoon system and increased nu-trient levels in the treated wastewater being discharged by the plant.

The algae has depleted oxygen levels in the water, resulting in the loss of up to 1,000 European Carp. Blue-green algae can pro-duce toxins that can potentially pose a health risk to animals and humans.

AlburyCity Group Leader of Water and Waste Water Colin Johnson said while the area wasn’t known as a swimming area, residents walking their dogs might throw a stick in the water for their dog to fetch which could potentially cause health issues for the pet.

“The lagoons do not usually have blue-green algae, although it can be a seasonal occurrence in most aquatic systems, includ-ing streams, lakes, estuaries and the sea,” Mr Johnson said.

“It can be caused by a number of factors including nutrient levels, low inflows, low storage volumes and warm weather condi-tions.”

Following the completion of maintenance work, flows from the Kremur Street treat-ment plant will return to their normal levels. Council will continue monitoring the situa-tion.

The algae will dissipate naturally when cooler temperatures arrive and flows from the treatment works are back to normal.

Organ donation - let’s talk about itBy KRYSTEN MANUEL

THE Beechworth Secondary College is putting up their hand to promote the impor-tance of organ and tissue do-nation for Donate Life Week.

The week spans from 24 February to 2 March, and is focusing on asking and knowing your loved ones’ wishes in regards to dona-tion.

“One person’s organs can help 10 people, and I think there’s too many organs be-ing burnt or going into the ground, and it would be nice if people knew about it,” or-ganiser Josie Cornish said.

“The people to target are the younger ones, that way you’re getting it out to the parents and the relatives.

“They don’t understand that they can make the deci-sion themselves and discuss it with their families and let them know their wishes.

“Australia is a country where a family can over-rule someone who has signed up for organ and tissue dona-tion. It’s happened a couple of times this year.”

Ms Cornish holds organ donation close to her heart, as she has a friend on dialysis who is waiting indefinitely for a kidney.

“It’s hard. People are dy-ing while they wait for organ

and tissue, organs mainly,” she said.

On 27 February, Beech-worth Secondary College will be welcoming keynote speakers and police band, Code One. The senior stu-dents will be in attendance with special guests from the Lions Club of Beechworth, Mrs Lesley Smart (president) Mr Graeme Smart (secretary) and Ms Christine Luckman (treasurer).

The President of the Ro-tary Club of Beechworth, Ms Kathryn Chivers will also be in attendance.

Graeme Smart is another individual who truly knows the importance of organ do-nation, having recently ac-cepted an eye.

“My right eye was very blurry and I’ve always had a lot of trouble with that eye,” he said.

“I can see the telly, read the phone book, drive and everything.

“It’s a big improvement really.

“I think organ donors are marvellous, I think there should be more of them.

“A lot of people would have been in a lot of trouble without them and I feel as though everyone should do-nate.”

Graeme Smart is back at bowls and better than ever thanks to the generosity of an organ donor.

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Wodonga will receive $488,000 funding over three years to get more people more active more often. The program is particularly tar-geted at children, families, older people and volunteers.

Wodonga Mayor Mark Byatt said research showed one in four adults in Wodon-ga did not get enough exer-cise.

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Be Active’s actions in-clude a focus on planning, contributing to a more co-ordinated workforce, strengthening partnerships and being innovative.

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Brave heartsHCF is helping its Albury members with a pioneering heart health check program.

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Heather Watts is hoping to see a big crowd at the Walk for Ovarian Cancer this Saturday at Sumsion Gardens.

Banner nets cashBy TREVOR JACKSON

YOU may have noticed a banner draped across Wodonga council flag poles outside the Gateway Island cultural precinct on the causeway.

And you’re not the only one.Various business and other groups have

also noticed the banner, and reached deep into their pockets as a result.

The banner indicates this year’s Walk for Ovarian Cancer, set to take place Saturday night at Sumsion Gardens.

Heather Watts organised the event origi-nally after losing her daughter Kelsey to ovarian cancer. Now in its second year, Heather said the response from the commu-nity had been overwhelming.

The walk is designed ultimately to raise funds for research into ovarian cancer, but

Heather said it would be a great night for families to head down to Sumsion Gardens and take a walk around the area - A Walk with Kelsey.

Plenty of entertainment will be provided with bands, choirs and food.

“We also have Sparky the clown coming down and donating his balloons and time for the kids,” Heather said.

“We have stalls operating including jew-ellery, jams and preserves. We have a sau-sage sizzle, drinks and ice creams as well as remembrance balloons and battery-powered candles.

“We have a pretty full night planned and it’s important to note it’s a remembrance night for anyone affected by cancer, not just ovarian cancer.”

Heather said one of the main objectives when she first began the walk was for much

of the money raised to stay here in the local area, with the remaining funds going to re-search nationally.

One woman in Australia dies from ovar-ian cancer every 10 hours.

Heather is determined to continue to raise awareness in the community and ultimately drive change through funding research.

“Half the money raised will stay here on the Border for the benefit of local women,” Heather said.

“The other half will go to the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation in Melbourne for research so we can change that dreadful statistic.”

The Walk for Ovarian Cancer begins at 6pm near the memorial rose garden in Sum-sion Gardens, Wodonga. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

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THE Border’s newest business awards are currently running and they need your vote.

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It’s as simple as scanning the QR code for those businesses listed in the competi-tion advertisem*nt on page 14 or going on-line to the.abc-hub.com.au/vote.

The awards are the brainchild of Albury Wodonga Business Community Hub direc-tor Zoe Wundenberg and she says they’ve been well received so far.

“Nominations for the awards were open through to 31 January and the voting is open

through to March 1,” she said.

“On March 14 the we will have the net-work event where the awards will be handed out.

“There is a bit of a competition going on at the moment. Bar Sushi has been the leader right through but Fiona Fell’s Grow-ing Wealth Online has overtaken her with 200 votes in the last week.”

Ms Wundenberg said she began ABC Hub two years ago with the aim to provide smaller businesses with an informal way to ask questions relating to the growth of their businesses and a social media platform to assist with promotion.

“ABC Hub is about helping the small business, giving them a forum where they

feel secure to ask questions or seek support without feeling they’re being unprofession-al,” she said.

“We run family-friendly meetings for those who have children. We also do infor-mal coffee chats where people meet for a cup of coffee, rather than an official net-working event. We can sit down and chat about things that are affecting our busi-nesses.

“It’s based on social media so it’s an opt-in community - if you don’t like it, you don’t take part in it. We provide a platform where business owners can promote what they do, whether through LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.”

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RESIDENTS of Whenby Grange stage three in Wodonga can now enjoy su-per-fast internet connections with the National Broadband Network going live this week.

The new subdivision is the first area of Wodonga to have the connection up and running and can expect dizzying speeds up to 100 megabytes per sec-ond, dependant on plans chosen.

Residents will be able to choose between Telstra and Activ8 initially with more service providers expected to join in the coming weeks.

As an example, a movie download that may have taken hours should be completed in just minutes.

Wodonga residents in some areas would well understand the frustra-tion of the internet system in the city with many complaining about slow speeds, often due to distance from the exchange, even in many of the newer subdivisions.

The NBN should in theory allevi-ate the problem, again depending on which plan is chosen.

Maria Shaddock, marketing and sales manager for Whenby Grange land developer Nordcon Land said they were excited about the service go-ing live.

She said many people looking to build a new home in Wodonga were already asking about the availability of the NBN.

“In this IT age, for some buyers it could be the difference between buy-ing at Whenby Grange stage three or somewhere that doesn’t have NBN,” she said.

“It’s a big attraction for a lot of people. We’ve been waiting for this for quite a while.”

Round-up and read!BORDER residents will have the op-portunity to help place $1 million worth of books into the hands of kids who really need them with Dymocks’ Round Up Campaign.

Australia’s leading bookseller, is encouraging customers to round-up the value of their purchases to the nearest dollar to help raise funds for Dymocks Children’s Charities (DCC) literacy support projects.

In the latest Progress in Internation-al Reading Literacy Study1, Australia ranked 27th out of 48 countries in read-ing ability. This was behind every other English-speaking country that par-ticipated, including the United States, England and Ireland.

Alarmingly, the research also re-vealed that approximately one quarter of Australian students did not meet the minimal acceptable standard of profi-ciency across both literacy tests.

Scientist and author, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki has teamed up with Dy-mocks to highlight the importance of children reading as a life skill, and is encouraging Dymocks Albury custom-ers to support the cause through the Round Up campaign.

“When you read, you hear the voice of another person,” Dr Karl said.

“They might still be alive on the other side of the world, or they might have died 1,000 years ago. But one thing is for sure - when you read, you let the light shine into your brain.

“Reading can make you free of what is holding you back. Reading is the bridge that can take you from dis-ease to health, from poverty to wealth and from sadness to happiness.”

Dymocks Albury franchisee Judith Doughty, explains that reading is an es-sential tool for life.

“Unfortunately not all Australian

children have access to quality books,” she said.

“Dymocks Children’s Charities has developed literacy support programs that put quality books into the hands of kids who really need them across the country including NSW. These pro-grams encourage primary students to cultivate a love for books and reading every day, which is so important for fu-ture success.

“According to investigation carried out by DCC, the single most important factor in changing a child’s reading be-haviour is to ensure they have access to quality books which are relevant.

“It’s worrying to consider that many kids around Australia have never owned a new book.”

All funds raised through the Round Up campaign in NSW will go directly towards DCC literacy projects and pur-chasing quality new books for children in NSW.

Dymocks’ latest Children’s Read-ing Guide, as well as the option to Round Up is available to Dymocks Al-bury customers and in all 74 Dymocks stores across the country.

David Lewis of Dymocks Albury invites everyone to round-up for reading.

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THIS week’s social pics were taken at the Albury Regent Cinemas for Cheap Tuesday.

NewsWeekly saw a variety of groups of all ages making their way to see Quartet, The Impossible, Safe Haven, The Silver Linings Playbook, Flight, Django Unchained and Anna Karenina.

It was great to see not only couples, but social groups, friends, mothers and daughters, and some very friendly se-niors out and about.

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Plan for protection By MARA PATTISON-SOWDEN

TOWNSHIP Protection Plans are available throughout the state.

The TPPs are community guides that contain township specific information, such as local risks, bushfire planning and preparation advice for both people and properties, community maps and key contacts for emergencies.

Some areas are extreme bushfire risk and have no designated Neighbourhood Safer Place - Place of Last Resort, so residents should have a plan for when the Fire Danger Rating is severe, extreme or code red.

CFA Community Safety manager Ray Fritz said TPPs were a valuable tool for planning for bushfires, and knowing what to do if one occurs.

“The plans are the result of consultation with communities, local CFA brigades and local coun-cils,” Mr Fritz said.

“Communities have identified specific local risks, unique to them, which have been highlight-ed and addressed in the plan.

“Residents and visitors can use the TPP to en-sure they prepared in the event of a fire.”

The 2012/13 fire season has already seen a higher than usual grassfire risk with large fuelloads a result of strong growth after a wet winterand spring.

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10 ways to keep your pooch busyBy KRYSTEN MANUEL FOR those who live with the pitter-patter of tiny paws, you know that having a dog can sometimes be akin to having children - you have to keep them occupied or trouble can quickly and easily brew.

And as the holiday period has come to an end and we are all back at work and school, our four-legged friends are also looking for-ward to the next holidays when they have someone to play with again.

Many dog owners overlook the need for their dog to receive regular stimulation, and forget that keeping busy is extremely important in a dog’s mental and physical well-being.

In the same way that humans need to be entertained, dogs need to be kept active and challenged or they will quickly become bored.

In many cases this can lead to inappro-priate behaviour, with some dogs resorting to barking, scratching and destroying ob-jects as a source of stimulation and to at-tract attention.

While pet owners can’t spend every day with their dogs, there are some simple mea-sures you can take to ease the stress and boredom of your best friend.

Toys - having a collection of fun toys and games is a great way to keep your dog occupied while you are away. There are al-ways new toys coming on the market and owners should look to rotate toys on differ-ent days to keep dogs entertained.

Chewing bones- in addition to helping dogs to keep busy, a chewing bone can also provide dental benefits by helping to con-trol plaque. Owners should avoid giving their dogs leftover bones from roasts and

instead opt for bones made from synthetic materials, which are better for their teeth.

Treasure hunts - hiding small amounts of food around the garden is a fun way to keep your dog entertained throughout the day.

Morning walks - a morning walk before work can assist your dog to burn excess en-ergy, helping them to feel more settled dur-ing the day.

Evening games - Taking time to play some games with your dog at night gives them something to look forward to at the end of the day.

Food distributors - there are a variety of creative food distributors on the market, which require dogs to chew through bags or solve a puzzle to access their food.

As your dog will need to play with the dispenser to reach their food, it may hold their attention for longer than other toys.

Dog day care - the occasional trip to dog day care can be a great way to break up your dog’s week. Do your research when choos-ing a dog day care centre to ensure they have good facilities and will pay your dog regular attention.

Dog walkers - if you don’t have time to walk your dog, or are away from home, engaging a dog walking service is a good way to ensure your dog stays in its regular exercise routine.

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Training - undertaking some training with your dog is not just an avenue for im-proving behaviour, but also an excellent way to keep them active and entertained.

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Mums need to move it , move itBy KRYSTEN MANUELEXERCISING for pregnant ladies is extremely important and provides many physical, emotional and social benefits to an expecting mother - espe-cially yoga.

Fit, healthy mothers-to-be can expect to have more energy, stronger back muscles to help man-age back pain and strain as their belly grows, improved posture, weight control, stress relief, improved sleep, faster recuperation after labour, faster return to pre-pregnancy fitness, a healthy weight and increased ability to cope with the physical demands of motherhood.

That is more than enough inspiration to get moving - now, where do you start?

It is always best to see your general practitio-ner before going ahead with exercise, as individu-al cases can differ in quantity and type.

If you have been given the all-clear to exer-cise, it is recommended that you:

· Engage in at least 30 minutes of moderate in-tensity physical activity (according to the Per-ceived Exertion Scale) on most, if not all, days of the week.

· Do no more than three sessions per week of vigorous exercise by the third trimester.

· Let your body be your guide - you know you’re at a good intensity when you can talk normally and not become exhausted too quickly.

· Be guided by your doctor, physiotherapist or health care professional.Some activities that are fantastic for pregnant

women include walking, swimming, cycling, yoga, stretching, dancing, pilates and any preg-nancy exercise classes.

Strength training and running are also recom-mended but only for women who have been en-gaging in this activity prior to pregnancy.

For those of you who have always loved a good workout, it is important to know that there are some things you should not do when preg-nant. Always be guided by your doctor or physio-therapist, but general rules include:

· Avoid raising your body temperature too high - for example, don’t soak in hot spas or exercise to the point of heavy sweating, and reduce your level of exercise on hot or humid days.

· Don’t exercise to the point of exhaustion.

· If weight training, choose low weights and me-dium to high repetitions - avoid lifting heavy weights altogether.

· Don’t exercise if you are ill or feverish.

· If you don’t feel like exercising on a particular day - then don’t! It is important to listen to your body to avoid unnecessarily depleting your en-ergy reserves.To be a little more specific, pregnant women

need to avoid sports and activities with increased risk of falling, including:

· Contact sports or activities that carry a risk of

falling, such as trampolining, roller-blading, downhill snow skiing, horse riding and basket-ball.

· Competition sports - depending on the stage of pregnancy, the level of competition and your level of fitness.

· After about the fourth month of pregnancy, exercises that involve lying on your back - the weight of the baby can slow the return of blood to the heart. Try to modify these exercises by lying on the side.

· In the later stages of pregnancy, activities that involve jumping, frequent changes of direction and excessive stretching, such as gymnastics.Yoga is an activity that focuses on holistic

health - physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual health, and is offered here on the Border in classes specific to pregnant ladies.

Sarah Heywood of Her and Them Yoga be-lieves in balancing the “yin and yang” of hard work and relaxation in yoga, and provides classes suitable for pregnancy and motherhood.

“We do have specific areas we work in a pre-natal class,” she said.

“An everyday yoga class is intense cardio workouts, strength and also stretching, but when you come to a pre-natal class, it’s designed to be completely safe for you an your baby.

“We really focus on strengthening parts of us that will help during the birthing process if you’re having a natural birth, strengthening parts of us so that we have an easy recovery for birth and are also able to lug around a baby and then a toddler.”

Ms Heywood is also a massage therapist and specialises in pregnancy massage, although her work is centred around yoga at the moment.

“Just the same as yoga, you need a special-ist, and there are some great providers around Albury,” she said.

For more information on Her and Them Yoga, call 0407 326 485.

Sarah Heywood instructs yoga classes for ladies at all stages of pregnancy, offering more than just physical benefits.

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Raw snapshot of lifeBy KRYSTEN MANUELIN ANTICIPATION of the arrival of Adam Brand and Beccy Cole in their “I Was Here” tour, NEWSWEEKLY met one of the biggest stars in Australian country music to mull over the finer points of shar-ing the stage and the maze of emotions that is the life of a performer.

Adam Brand has sold over half a mil-lion CDs and DVDs over the course of his career, and earned three platinum and five gold albums, but still has time to praise our humble Kinross Woolshed.

“The Kinross is one of the best gigs in Australia!” he said.

“It has so much atmosphere - when the crowd gets there, they’re pumped. The place just promotes a party atmosphere.”

Brand will be in Thurgoona next week-end alongside Beccy Cole, Travis Collins and Matt Cornell on the last leg of their tour around Australia.

And the question begs to be asked - how is it sharing the spotlight? Does the on-stage banter and friendliness carry on backstage?

“Bec and I have been touring together for years,” Brand said.

“Earlier on in our career we toured to-gether so we know each other quite well.

“It’s really easy, there’s no egos, no problems, none of that rubbish going on, everyone in the band gets on great.

“We have Travis Collins on the road as well who is absolutely killin’ it and a new guy called Matty Cornell, so we all have our partner shows and then we finish with a bang.

“This line-up we’ve got now is one of the best line-ups I’ve ever toured with.”

As colourful as the cast of this tour, Brand’s music is set to wow crowds yet again, with that exciting mixture of songsthat get you screaming and up on your feetone moment and as emotional as a lone-some cowboy the next.

“I think what happens with me and mymusic is that it’s like a snapshot of mylife,” Brand said.

“If you think about your life, even justa week - man, even sometimes just a day -we go through all these different emotions.So all of my albums are made up of songsthat reflect the ups and downs, the roller-coaster, the left and right of life.

“It’s always been like that and I don’t think that will ever change for me because it’s something that’s close to my heart, tobe honest about my life.

“Sometimes I stand on the bar, punch my fist in the air and go crazy, and some-times I sit in the corner and lose it.”

That said, one has to wonder how this international country music star windsdown after pouring out his heart and soulon stage. A few beers? A party? Cigarettesand whiskey?

“I’m pretty knackered, I’m pretty bug-gered by the end of the show - I don’t leaveanything in the reserve tank,” he said.

“So I kinda like to just go back to myroom and have a cuppa tea and a MonteCarlo biscuit.”

And it’s disclosures like this that re-mind us again that the stars on stage stilllive under the same sky we all do!

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SATURDAY � Barlens Blue Diamond Race Day. Wodonga and District Turf Club. Enquiries, 02 6056 1214.

� Lake Hume Cycle Challenge. Proceeds to the Wellness Centre at the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre. Three courses start from 7am. Enquiries, 02 60431258.

� Walk With Kelsey Candles and balloons available to remember loved ones. Money raised will be donated to a trust account for the New Cancer Clinic. Sumsion Gardens Wodonga from 6pm.

� I Was Here - Australian Tour. A night with Adam Brand and Beccy Cole, supported by Travis Collins and Matt Cornell. Kinross Woolshed. Enquiries, 02 6043 1155.

� The Hounds Homebound present their debut album, Diamond People. Support acts, Hunter Gatherer, Lars And The Prussians, The Northern Folk and Hugh Fuchsen. The Cube Wodonga. 7.30pm. Enquiries, 02 6022 9311.

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Great tastes milestoneBy KRYSTEN MANUEL

TASTES of Rutherglen is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, and is bigger and better than ever, with 19 of all of your favourite local wineries involved.

“It’s a celebration of the wonderful local produce and the amazing wine that comes from the Rutherglen region,” the festival’s executive officer of wine mak-ers of Rutherglen, Judy PanmerDoyle said.

“It has become a favourite and each

year, although we attract a number of new people, we also have people that re-turn each year.”

Ms PanmerDoyle said the best way for visitors to enjoy the weekend was to use the shuttle to enjoy the wine, entrees and activities to their full potential.

And don’t forget your “tastes pack”.“You purchase a taste pack in order to

enjoy the festival,” she said.“Your taste pack has two tickets

which are redeemable for an entree-sized meal and a glass of wine, or an activity,

which is a master class or a chocolate and wine lesson.

“The pack also has an official wine glass in it and it is $50.

“This year we’ve produced a com-memorative recipe booklet with recipes that all of our wineries have served at some point in time in the last 25 years, and a matching wine - a lovely little sou-venir, and we all love to cook!”

For more information on Tastes of Rutherglen, visit www.rutherglenvic.com.

Patrons at Tastes of Rutherglen are up for a treat this year at the 25th Anniversary of the weekend.

Box office Email: [emailprotected]

Haven where the heart isBy KRYSTEN MANUEL

MOVIE: Safe HavenDURATION: 115 minutesYET again, I am strongly at odds with the critics, who label the film as “hall-mark romance”, “dull” and warn us not to “put our Valentine through this.”

Although it is a little predictable, any movie featuring a shirtless Josh Duhamel is OK by me - and the story-line was decent too.

The plot follows the journey of a scared young woman, Katie Feldman,

who runs away from a crazy, alcoholic, violent ex-husband, and finds herself in a sleepy town by the sea.

As she tries to live a life at the same time as keep a low profile, Katie finds herself falling in love with Alex (Du-hamel), a store owner, father of two and widower.

Katie’s past catches up with her in an extraordinary, fiery showdown, but their love is still intact when the sun rises, although the store isn’t.

When leaving the theatre I noticed

most people were still seated, wiping the mascara from their cheeks, as the ending is not only a clever twist, but a real tear-jerker.

Based on a book written by Nicho-las Sparks (writer of The Notebook and Dear John,) this film is yet another healthy bonus for Kleenex, who must attribute most of their profit to Sparks, with his clever plots and patient char-acter development.

Screw the critics! This is one for the romantics at heart.

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Chair of the chamber Phil Clements says there’s plenty of confidence in the area, both from the Chamber and the existing businesses.

“The businesses there are there for the long run, and obviously doing well,” he says.

“The new developments that are happening in the area are going to in-ject a degree of positivity there as well. The prospects for the region generally are very bright.

“I think Wagga Road is going to be a significant player in a commercial sense going forward.”

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Meetings between Albury Northside Cham-ber of Commerce, business owners and Albury council groups are taking place and seem set to take advantage of the growth areas in the Albury region.

Ideally situated between Albury CBD and Thurgoona, Wagga Road is enjoying a growing clientele who look to the street’s unique busi-nesses and ease of access.

Chair of the chamber of commerce Phil Clements says there’s a certain vibrancy in the street that the chamber is keen to see continue.

“There have been issues around Wagga Road for quite some time that we’ve discussed at monthly chamber meetings,” Mr Clements said.

“We decided Wagga Road was worthy of a bit of special attention. The meetings have generated a lot of discussion, a lot of ideas and covered everything from the aesthetics through to the general business climate we’re experi-encing at the moment.”

Mr Clements said Lavington was regarded as the demographic centre of Albury and the anticipated growth in the Thurgoona/Wirlinga area made Wagga Road the ideal place to do business.

“It’s going to be a pretty happening area in the future,” he said.

“Just in terms of its ideal location for through traffic, I think it’s going to be very well-placed and it will become a quite signifi-cant business hub. It is a major thoroughfare and when you look at the volume of traffic go-ing through there, it is very busy.

“If you’re a new business looking for some-where to go and need a bit of room to move, room to grow, there aren’t many places you can go - Wagga Road is a good choice.”

Mr Clements said far from attempting to create another Dean Street, Wagga Road provided to the opportunity to create its own identity, with the diverse range of businesses attracting a unique set of consumers.

“I think the types of businesses that are out that way are quite different,” he said.

“They are businesses which are more ex-pansive in terms of the amount of area they need to set up, whether car yards, caravan sales or shed builders.

“There are also the businesses that have been established on Wagga Road for many years and continue to do well,” he said.

“Then of course there are the other support-type services which will continue to happen as a natural course of everything else going on.”

Mr Clements said future redevelopment of the Wagga Road precinct would take into ac-count old plans, new ideas and further consul-tation between all stakeholders.

He said other recent developments such as The Doctors stood to have a large impact on the future growth of the region.

“We can’t underestimate the impact of those sorts of developments and how that will be a draw-card for other businesses to come out and establish in that precinct,” he said.

And Mr Clements said while there were al-ways improvements that could be made, there were many positives for people to look at Wag-ga Road as a vibrant place to do business now and into the future. Phil Clements says Wagga Road is a great place to do business.

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Tales of early daysAS you can see, Wagga Road has changed dramatically over the years. The businesses, the layout and the road itself, have all come a long way.

One resident who has lived in Lavington his whole life, and has some extraordinary memories of Wagga Road, is Dr Arthur Frauenfelder, of Melrose Veterinary Clinic.

“I’ve grown up in Lavington and seen it just grow out of sight,” Dr Frauenfelder said. “My family originally came from here, my parents married post-war in Melbourne. Dad had grown up out at Tabletop and he came back when I was four.”

Dr Frauenfelder grew up at the top end of Kaitlers Road and remembers Wagga Road with clarity.

“Where the hardware store was, there was a building supply shop that was going strong 50 years ago. It was known as Lav-ington Building Supplies, and there has always been a car yard opposite there,” he said.

“Smart Cakes built on Wagga Road de-cades ago, the original family are still run-ning that.

“The petrol station was there forever and between the corner where the petrol station was and the next building, there was a road-house for semi-trailers.

“There was a post office where Rivers are, and right on the corner was a car yard that used to regularly change hands,” he said.

“The post office was a converted house that was then built into a corner store, thenthe post office moved across to the plaza, that corner became a lost leader and thenRivers came.”

Dr Fraunfelder also remembers the Riv-erina’s very first motel.

“The very first motel in the Riverina usedto be called the Jasper, which is the one onthe right hand side as you go up the rise,” he said.

“It was ran by a bloke called Jasper. Thefront units are original, but the inside has been fitted out and there are newer units upthe back.”

Wagga Road is also known for its car yards, and Dr Frauenfelder’s memory not only spans through businesses and people,but pets too.

“There were two guard dogs there thatwe used to treat, we opened in ’76, so it was still there then, and one of the guys was on holidays overseas and the other guy was sick and in Howlong,” he said.

“They were the two that ran the yards and put the dogs away, ready for the salesman.

“The salesman rang me and said ‘wecan’t get the dogs into the run and the otherguy is sick.’ So I said, ‘the only way you’regoing to get them in is to send a car to How-long, pick this guy up.’

“So - sick as a dog - they picked him up,walk into the yard, put the dogs in the penand they drove him home.”

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Robert Fredericks and John McClelland - designers and builders of new quality homes at Fredericks and McClellands.

Johnnos Camper Trailers, Supplier of Australian made EvaCool fridge and coolers and high quality camping products.

It’s finger-licking good at Lavington’s KFC. From left, Daniel Gardiner, Shantelle Lowe, Jessica Briggs, Jorja Rochow and Luke McLounan.

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By TREVOR JACKSON LIFESTYLE properties are highly sought after but few have the impact of this architecturally-designed Yackandandah offering.

Set on eight stunning acres just three minutes’ drive from the town centre of Yackandandah, ev-erything is in place to ensure a living experience like no other.

Sealed-road access, school bus-stops for both Wodonga and Beechworth close by, clean, fresh bore water and captivating views to Mount Buf-falo and the surrounding mountains from most rooms of the home combine to create your own personal nirvana with convenience and style - and all just a short 20-minute drive to Wodonga.

Entering the property through the agapanthus-lined circular drive offers a glimpse of what’s to

come, with expansive grounds and mature trees providing the perfect haven to escape from the stresses of the working week.

The stylish entry reveals large rustic-look tiles which feature throughout the living area.

One end of the home offers the perfect par-ent’s retreat with large master bedroom and stun-ning views to the mountains. An expansive walk-in robe provides ample storage for his and hers while the spacious ensuite includes twin basins and a toilet.

Adjacent French doors lead into a large office, with enough room to be possibly used as a nurs-ery for the latest edition to the growing family.

A generous formal lounge room completes this end of the home, with windows front and back, creating the perfect space to entertain friends in

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style and privacy.The remaining two bedrooms, in keeping with

the theme of the home, are of ample proportions, with mirrored built-in robes.

The main bathroom is again spacious and tasteful with a separate toilet adjacent.

And not to forget those mundane but neces-sary chores, the laundry includes ample cupboard space and a large built-in linen press.

Of course a property of this stature would not be complete with an impressive living area and in this respect this home shines.

The expansive open-plan area provides a beautiful outlook from every point, including a large flat-glass window to provide unencumbered views across the mountains.

The kitchen is itself a show-piece, and will be the pride of the budding chef while entertaining guests. It includes extensive cupboard space, a large, deep pantry and an L-shaped island bench.

A double electric oven, electric cook-top and stainless steel dishwasher ensure the necessary tasks are completed with ease.

The dining area adds a further touch of class with cathedral ceiling and windows to suit, offer-ing an unparalleled dining experience.

Stepping outside reveals a back yard like no other. Firstly a spacious undercover alfresco area provides the perfect spot for outdoor dining, with a pitched roof, ceiling fans and mature mop-top trees offering a cool retreat in the warmer months.

An extra covered area is provided at the end ofthe home, the perfect spot to relax and unwind ina spa while taking in the beautiful vista.

Established gardens surround the home and extend to a large orchard, including peach, nec-tarine, almond, olive, cherry and quince trees.

And there’s no problems keeping them grow-ing, with abundant water available from the22,000 litre-per-day bore capacity.

The bore also provides fresh water for thehome, tested and safe for consumption.

The main ‘house yard’ is expansive and in-cludes shady areas for relaxing on lazy weekends.

A large horse paddock with yards is included,with a shelter shed towards the front of the prop-erty. Electric fencing surrounds the property.

A double garage with remote-controlled doorprovides storage for the family vehicles while a 6x6 metre carport, attached to another 6x6 metreshed allows easy covered storage for the caravan and boat plus a space for the handyman to retreat.

Other features of the home include LED light-ing, gas heating with continuous temperature -controlled gas hot water, evaporative cooling, fullinsulation in ceiling and walls and an automatic watering system.

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Nigel said.“Our success is a pat on the back for the

girls. The clients tell me they’re easy to talk to and are a wealth of knowledge.”

But Nigel also noted Ashleigh would soon be taking maternity leave and he will be looking for another staff member to replace her.

And he’ll be looking for someone to fit into the mould of business.

“There’s no gloss or fairy-floss here,” he said. “We don’t give the big corporate spiel.”

“At the end of the day people want to know what you can do for them, how well you can do it and how much it’s going to cost.

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No-gloss service a winnerBy TREVOR JACKSON

CLOSE to two decades in the real estate industry has led Nigel Horne to where he currently sits - as principal of Hutton Real Estate.

Nigel took over the reins after Barry Hutton, founder of the business, retired in December last year and is more than happy to continue to build on the reputation forged by the pair with clients in both Albury and Wodonga.

Having been a partner in the business since 2009, Nigel was very familiar with the style of agency Barry was building.

He says his small team offers a personalised serviced that clients appreciate, proven by the re-turn custom they receive.

“A lot of people think you have to be the big-gest to do a good job,” Nigel said.

“We actually punch well above our weight and I think it comes down to doing it right and being able to relate to people.

“I have clients who I have been dealing with my entire time in real estate. I’ve been manag-ing properties for them the whole time. They wouldn’t go anywhere else because they receive the service and the communication they want with us.”

But Nigel says their tenants are treated with equal respect.

“I have people who have rented with me for many years,” he said.

“They’ve started with me in a one bedroom flat, they’ve expanded their family and moved in

a two bedroom unit and once they’ve had chil-dren, they have moved up again.

“Plus it’s exciting when an ex-tenant comes back and wants me to manage their home for them.

“I have people who have rented with me, bought a house off me, I’ve managed their house when they have moved on and then eventually sold it for them.”

The team at Hutton Real Estate consists of Nigel and property managers Elaine Jones and Ashleigh Ferguson. And Nigel is in no doubt the success of the business is also due to his staff.

“Elaine has been with us for three and half years and this is Ashleigh’s second stint with us,” Nigel said.

“Our success is a pat on the back for the girls. The clients tell me they’re easy to talk to and are a wealth of knowledge.”

But Nigel also noted Ashleigh would soon be taking maternity leave and he will be looking for another staff member to replace her.

And he’ll be looking for someone to fit into the mould of business.

“There’s no gloss or fairy-floss here,” he said. “We don’t give the big corporate spiel.”

“At the end of the day people want to know what you can do for them, how well you can do it and how much it’s going to cost.

“It is a more personal approach here.”

The staff at Hutton Real Estate, Nigel Horne, Ashleigh Ferguson and Elaine Jones.

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A generous size 4 bedroom home with quality additions of eight and a half foot ceilingsLounge & separate tiled family room, ducted heating and coolingLow maintenance yard on 683m2 of land, with side access for caravan

38 Bremer Avenue $339,000

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Set in a leafy pocket of Wattle Glen, Leneva, this G. J. Gardner built home will impressOpen plan light and bright kitchen/dining family area and compact outdoor entertaining spaceBring your ideas and shovel to finish the back yard to your liking!!

23 Streets Road $379,000

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Beautiful kitchen with 2 pack finish, stainless steel 900mm appliances & slide out pantry Lovely under main roof deck off master bedroom plus huge entertaining areaOversize double lock up garage plus huge side access for boat/ van

Templeton Place $209,500

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Suited to first home buyers, downsizers or investorsGreat paved pergola with brick barbecueLet at $250 per week or can be purchased vacant

24 Magnolia Crescent $289,000

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Updated kitchen with new appliances Two spacious living areas, beautiful outdoor areaDouble lock up garage with rear access

31 William Street $349,900

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Extensively renovated and modernised 6 x 17m lock up car accommodation with remote 12 x 6m colorbond shed, includes workshop and man cave

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Lovely home with water views - 12.6 acres, 5.13 haGarage or workshop, abundant water supplyPlenty of room to graze a few head of sheep or cattle

CHILTERN $199,000

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Great first family home on a big corner block with massive shed Generous size living area, new kitchen, excellent outdoor living This home gives real “Bang for your Buck”

TALLANGATTA By Negotiation

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Executive home overlooking Lake Hume Superb formal lounge with access to balconyBeautiful Blackwood kitchen. Two bathrooms

TALLANGATTA $359,000

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Beautiful 7 acre property offering breathtaking viewsAmple water supply including 2 dams and a seasonal creek Under house storage and a separate art studio

YACKANDANDAH $595,000

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Architecturally designed home on 7.8 acres with two living areasSeparate study & stunning views from the open plan kitchen/dining/family roomExcellent shedding, secure fencing and brilliant water supply

BARNAWARTHA $165,000

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Unique opportunity exists to purchase a long established freight run Working 5 1/2 days per week this business has exclusive territory Comes with a refrigerated Hino truck in excellent condition

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Located in a popular Wodonga area, this neat three bedroom home features split system air conditioning and gas heating, built in robes to all three bedrooms, undercover outdoor area to the rear, two garden sheds and a double carport. Avail now

Nightingale Ave, Wodonga $270pwVery neat, older style Central home within walking distance to High Street and Wodonga Plaza. Three bedrooms, BIRs, large lounge, separate kitchen / meals, enclosed sunroom. Huge undercover area, double carport and powered shed. Ducted cooling and gas heating. Avail now

Charles St, Wodonga $300pwExecutive three BR home, features study, three large living areas, spacious kitchen with DW, master with ensuite and WIR, full bathroom and ducted heating and cooling throughout. Fantastic outdoor area with built in BBQ, second courtyard area, 6m x 9m shed, DLUG. Avail now

Sorrel Crt , Baranduda $460pw

Units/Townhouses availableCharles St $150pw Avail nowCentral 2 BR unit, BIRs, S/S AC, lounge, single carport, lawns incl, no pets.Baelon St $155pw Avail now2 BR unit, BIRs, spacious lounge with ceiling fan, elect cook, single carport.Jarrah St $175pw Avail nowTidy 2 BR unit, BIRs, AC, gas heating, single carport, lawns incl, no pets.Mullins Rd, Killara $195pw Avail now2 BR unit, 10 mins to Wodonga, S/S heat/cool, single carport, no pets.Beechworth Rd $205pw Avail nowCentral 2 BR unit, renovated kitchen, gas heat, AC, single carport.Wilson St $320pw Avail nowExecutive 3 BR townhouse, 2-way bathroom, DW, ducted cool, gas heat, DLUG.Awburn St $320pw Avail nowAs new 3 BR townhouse, ducted heat/cool, DW, ENS, outdoor area, DLUG.

Houses availableLindsay St $220pw Avail now3 BR home, BIRS, kitchen/dining, gas heating + ducted heat/cool, shedding.Mayfair Dr $270pw Avail nowRenovated 3 BR home, DW, gas heating, AC, encl yard, single carport.McEwen Crescent $320pw Avail now3 BR + study, 2 living, ensuite, gas heat, AC, DW, DLUG, garden shed.Ambrose Cres $340pw Avail nowModern 3 BR, ENS, ducted heat/cool, DW, outdoor area, encl yard, DLUG.Dalton Ave $350pw Avail nowLarge 4 BR home, ENS, ducted heat/cool, DW, undercover area, DLUG.Whernside Dr $398pw Avail now5 BR, ducted heat/cool, ENS, 3 living, DW, DLUG, water tank, no pets.Felltimber Crk Rd $570pw Avail 25.03.13Beautiful 4 BR home, ENS, ducted heat/cool, in-ground pool, DLUG, views.

Lifestyle Property on 5 acres. Features fi ve BRs plus study, ducted heating and cooling and wood fi re, open kitchen and family room, formal lounge, formal dining, large yard with pizza oven, entertainment area, in-ground pool and spa. Huge DLUG. Views over Lake Hume Avail now

Out of Town properties

Table Top Rd, Table Top $600pw

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Updated 2 BR unit close to Golf Course, electric

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Yack-Wodonga Rd, Yackandandah $270pw Avail now

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Albury & District propertiesPlummer St, Albury $145pw Avail now2 BR unit only minutes to Central Albury, S/S AC, carport, no petsBorella Rd, Albury $250pw Avail now3 BR townhouse, ENS, SS heat/cool, 2 living area, LUG, carport. Lawn incl.George St, Albury $250pw Avail nowCentral 2 BR unit, kitchen and separate dining, split cool, single LUG. No pets.Kiewa St, Albury $300pw Avail now2 BR home, 2 living areas, sunroom, gas heating, air conditioning, single carport.Kendall Dr, Lavington $330pw Avail nowBrand new 4 BR home, study, ENS, S/S heat/cool, DW, large yard, DLUG.Tracey St, Lavington $340pw Avail now4 BR home, ENS, S/S heating/cooling, wood heater, DW, BIR’s alfresco, DLUG.Crisp St, Albury $360pw Avail nowUpdated Central 3 BR home, S/S heat/cool, DW, wood fi re, shed, tandem carport.

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RAYS MAINTENANCE• Bobcat work • Truck and tractor hire• Slashing • Lawns and edges out• Soil levelling • Site clearing• Gardens maintained • Rubbish Removed• Rotary hoeing • Spouting cleared• All Gardening • Landscape work • Trees removed • Cars removed• Light fl oat work • Mini loader hire• Cartage • Odd Jobs - whatever?• Need an extra hand? • Weed spraying

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• Cylinder test station• NSW Pink & Blue Slips

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Garden ServicesAutomotive AL HAMILTONCONCRETING

Servicing Albury/Wodonga and Surrounding areas.25 years experience.

Specialising in all types of concrete work.FREE QUOTES

Large and small jobs.Bobcat, Mini Excavator & Tip Truck also available.

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Termites (White Ants), Spiders, Bees, Wasps, Bed Bugs, Fleas,

Rats, Mice & co*ckroachesPurchasing a Property?

Are there Termites?Have it professionally inspected!

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Call Stephen Ackerly and the team on 6056 0588

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PAINTERWritten guarantees, refs supplied.

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GOLF CLUBS, full set, bag and buggy, GC. $265. (02) 6059-7167.

YUCCA PLANT, 200cm in large pot, $60. (02) 6061-1036.

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GOLF CLUBS, bag, Smoothie buggy, full set, Wilson, GC. $450 the lot. 0421 517 591.

ROOM DIVIDER, cream fabric, washable, wrought iron top, free standing, boxed, never used, $60. (02) 6061-1036.

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GO KART, suitable for 10 years and under, GEO-TEC, 4 stroke, 3½Hp motor, adjustable seat, well shod. $600ono. (02) 6040-8531. Lavington.

GEORGE FOREMAN identical grill, a salad spinner and food grating and slicing system. $50. (02) 6056-1784.

PORCELAINDOLL

CLASSESEnrolments open now.

Closes Feb 28thDoll makers with

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BRANCH MANAGER Albury WodongaWridgways are seeking a new Branch Manager for its Albury Wodonga Branch.If you have leadership experience in the Removalist industry and looking for the next step in your career, this may be it. • Opportunity to make your mark and grow the Branch

business• On the job training provided• One of Australia’s oldest and respected organizationsSome of the essential skills we will be looking for: • Excellent customer service skills• Great Communication• Leadership• Negotiation• Decision Making • Planning and organizationIf this sounds like you and you have a strong background in the Removalist Industry, are enthusiastic and highly motivated, please send your resume to: [emailprotected]

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FURNITURE, house lot for sale. Setting up house? Check full listing http:// www.waterfallcreek.com.au /other-stuff/for-sale/ $1,500 the lot. (02) 6071-0210.

EDUCATION &TUITION

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MACHINE REPAIRS, all makes and models, prompt and reliable service. (02) 6040-8250.

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SEWING, SEWINGMACHINES

DINING TABLE, 1.5m square, with 8 highback chairs, matching buffet hutch, solid stained pine, VGC, $1,500ono the lot. (02) 6043-1815.

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DESK, rolltop, VGC, $250. (02) 6041-1894.

Windows

CHAIR, large lounge, beige leather, purchased Freedom. $200. (02) 6021 4784.

Drop/collect catalogues locally.Managerial roles

vacant to assist intraining/recruitment.Up to $400/wk for

8-15hrs.

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BRUSHCUTTER, brand new, 5in1, pole saw, $200. 0457 353 871 West Wodonga.

ADVERTISERSPLEASE NOTE

New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale.

It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat in

Victoria unless the microchip identifi cation number of the

animal is included in the advertisem*nt or notice.

A registered domestic animal business may use its Council

business registration number as an alternative.

For further information, call 136 186 or visit

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RUBBISH REMOVED

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PETS & SERVICES

BRICKS, 300, cleaned, old style red clay, ideal path or BBQ. $120 the lot. 0419 324 474.

Rubbish Removal

TREESLarge or Small.

Felling/ Lopping/ Pruning/ HedgesAll Rubbish Removed

Pensioner Discounts • Free Quotes

Phone Mick 0427 316 497

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TABLE, outdoor, with 6 padded chairs, glasstop, $180. (02) 6041-1894.

PIANO, Suttons ‘Mignon’, suit learner. $1,000ono. (02) 6059-3045.

BED, king size single, timber frame, with Backrest mattress, GC. $250ono. (02) 6056 6306.

SLEEPERS, used, ex rail-way, B grade, $24 each, half wine barrels $69. GC. Phone 0411 558 572.

PIANO TUITION, mobile service. Experienced and patient teacher. All styles, all ages. Preparation for AMEB exams or play for fun. Ryan: 0434 352 498.

BED SET, Ikea, includes KS bed, drawers, 2 bedside tables, dressing table, "birch" colour. $800. 0439 441 173.

RIDE ON MOWER, Murray, 38” cut, new 13Hp motor, blades and battery. $850. 0434 719 406.

MUSIC/INSTRUMENTS

RIDE ON MOWER, John Deere, 22Hp, only 41 hours work, near new. $3,800. 5728-6728.

RSA OnlineQuicker Easier Cheaperrsaandrcg.com.auor Classroom Courses

RSA & RCGBEST PRICERSA Mon 25th FebRCG Tues 26th Feb

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ARTIST STUDIO equip-ment for sale. Pro full and table easel, brushes, pal-ettes, numerous frames, boards, paints and varnishes, carrying case and reference books. $500. (02) 6071-0210.

Phone: 0438 078 002 ljelleryroofi [emailprotected]

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TREE REMOVAL & MAINTENANCE

• Trees removed safely • Pruning & felling• Confi ned Space Removals • Local Professional

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MASSAGETHERAPISTS

Tree Lopping/SurgeryRoofingAIR CONDITIONER, Electrolux, window wall unit, with LED remote, GC, ideal for bedroom or office. $220. 0419 324 474.

PLANTER, vegetable and seed planter, walk behind, plants 20 different seed types, as new, bargain at $120. 0419 324 474.

BARBER, mobile service. Professional, qualified barber and hair stylist. Ryan 0434 352 498.

DEB DRESS, size 12, full length, strapless, fitted bodice with gloves. $300. (02)6024-7754. Wodonga.

AIR CONDITIONER, Braemar, refrigerated, EC, medium size, $90. Phone (02) 6025-1816.

MOBILE PHONE, Samsung, SGH-A412, with accessories included. $30. 0412 691 838.

HAIRDRESSER/BARBER

BRIDAL & DEBWEAR

AIR CONDITIONER, Braemar LCB 250, roof mounted, evaporative, EC. Bought $2,200, sell $850ono. (02) 6043 1255.

LOUNGE, six seater, corner setting, with two re-cliners, GC. $490. (02) 6059-7167.

FOR SALE FOR SALE

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ALLOY BOAT TRAILER, wheels and tyres, 5 of 600X9, 5 stud. $220 the lot. 0419 324 474.

BOATS & MARINECAMPER TRAILER, off road, large tent and annexe, SS kitchen, toolbox, electric brakes, reg X42609. $7,800. 0417 008 968.

TOYOTA, pop top, motorhome, 1976, 6 months reg, engineer cert., reco 202, 6 new tyres and tubes, too much to list. XAR-586. $7,500. 0429 081 177.

HYUNDAI, Getz, white, late 2010, hatch, manual, pristine, always garaged, low mileage, undriven 18 months, 3 month reg, AC etc., more extras than the VW Polo, YUO-930. $8,000. (02) 6056-1784.

MOTOR CYCLE BOOTS, new with tags, Thomas Cook. $80. (02) 6025-6292.

HONDA, XR250, 2005, dirt/road bike, EC, 13,500kms, EX-830. $5,400ono. 0487 265 263.

CARAVANS &TRAILERS

MOTOR VEHICLES AUTO PARTS/ACCESSORIES

MOTORCYCLES CAMPER TRAILER, on road, 7’x4’, annexe, draw-ers, tool boxes, reg S67961. $3,000ono. 0417 008 968.

URGENT SALE PELICAN, 14’, on a trailer, forward control, with canopy, new motor, fuel tank and battery, with accessories. VGC. $4,800. (02) 6040-2304.

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in the NewsWeeklyYour LOCALLY OWNED free weekly newspaper from $19.26Deadline: Monday 5pm or Monday 4pm for adverts with photos.

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pre-paid. For $19.26 you get a 15 word ONE ITEM ONLY advertisem*nt, restricted to “For Sale” items only

for private advertisers, run initially for 3 months or until sold. After your advertisem*nt has run for 3

months you must call us to renew it for a further 2 week period AND reduce the price of your item

by a minimum 5%. After 2 weeks you must then call us again to renew for another 2 weeks and

again reduce the price of your item by a further 5%. This procedure may continue until you have sold

your item. If we do not hear from you we will assume you have sold your item and your advertisem*nt will

not appear. The sale price must be included in the advertisem*nt and the only alterations you may make

are to the PRICE of your item. Business advertisem*nts, rental hire and real estate are not included in the

offer for the purpose of ongoing profit. The publisher reserves the right to decline any booking for the pur-

pose of continuing gain. Your advertisem*nt must be a minimum of 15 words (one item only) and include

the suburb at the end.

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Asset Field Of� cer State Water is a medium-sized water corporation that constantly strives to achieve its vision of excellence and growth. We are currently looking for an energetic Asset Field Of� cer to be based at Hume Dam.

About the position…This is a fantastic opportunity to join a dynamic and dedicated team. You will deliver day to day maintenance and service activities for water infrastructure assets and river systems.

About you…To be successful in this position you will have:• the ability to work as a team

member, set up and lead small work groups or � ll in for speci� c activities and relieving team roles for which necessary training has been provided

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Remuneration & bene� tsFor the right person State Water can offer great career development and the opportunity to develop broader skills in this critical industry. An attractive salary applies of $47,887 to $55,931 dependant on experience, working a 9 day fortnight.

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NOTICE OF DECISIONAdvice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 81 of the Environmental Planning and

Assessment Act 1979 for the purpose of activating Section 101 of the Act, that the following applications were determined by AlburyCity during the period ending 15 February, 2013:

developmentwww.alburycity.nsw.gov.au

APPROVED DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONSDA NUMBER PROPOSAL PROPERTY10.2006.27169.3 Modifi cation of Consent - 24 Lot Torrens Title Centaur Road HAMILTON VALLEY10.2009.29819.2 Modifi cation of Consent - 2 Lot Torrens Title Subdivision 430 Wilson Street ALBURY10.2011.31143.3 Modifi cation of Consent - Residence & Garage 477 Thurgoona Street ALBURY10.2012.31930.1 Alts & Adds to Residence and New Detached Shed 418 Bellevue Street NORTH ALBURY10.2012.31957.1 Alterations to Existing Front and Side Fence 228 Walsh Street EAST ALBURY10.2012.31976.1 Change of Use - Place of Public Worship 494 Wagga Road LAVINGTON10.2012.32000.1 3 Lot Community Title Subdivision 485 Hume Street SOUTH ALBURY10.2012.32006.1 Carport 529 Small Street ALBURY10.2012.32034.1 Additions to Residence & Internal Renovation 480 Wilson Street ALBURY10.2013.32045.1 Residence, Garage, Carport & Colorbond Shed 110 Marnie Road TABLE TOP10.2013.32052.1 Demolition of 2 Units (Unit Numbers 5 & 6) 708A Cahill Place ALBURY10.2013.32056.1 Use of Ground Floor Tenancy as Business Premises (Bank) and Internal Fit-Out - Northpoint 366 Griffi th Road LAVINGTON10.2013.32057.1 Use of Fourth Floor Tenancy as Offi ce Premises and Internal Fit-Out - Northpoint 366 Griffi th Road LAVINGTON10.2013.32060.1 Alts & Adds to Residence & Inground Swimming Pool 624 Kiewa Street ALBURY10.2013.32065.1 Residence & Garage 10 Harvard Place THURGOONA10.2013.32072.1 Commercial Fit-Out - Medical Centre 669 Dean Street ALBURY10.2013.32073.1 Residence & Garage 26 Oxford Drive THURGOONA

APPROVED COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT CERTIFICATESDA NUMBER PROPOSAL PROPERTY13.2013.27288.1 Patio - Unit 34 - Hume Country Estate Retirement Resort 690 Logan Road GLENROY13.2013.27289.1 Patio - Unit 33 - Hume Country Estate Retirement Resort 690 Logan Road GLENROY13.2013.27290.1 Patio - Unit 36 - Hume Country Estate Retirement Resort 690 Logan Road GLENROY13.2013.27291.1 Patio - Unit 35 - Hume Country Estate Retirement Resort 690 Logan Road GLENROY13.2013.27292.1 Patio - Unit 17 - Hume Country Estate Retirement Resort 690 Logan Road GLENROY

The relevant consents are available for public inspection, without charge, at AlburyCity’s Customer Service Centre during normal working hours or by visiting our website www.alburycity.nsw.gov.au and select ‘Development Application Tracking’.

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Brad Jones is excited about the future of V8 Supercars and his team’s successful test at Sydney on the weekend.

Jones shakes outBy TREVOR JACKSONBRAD Jones may be playing down his team’s successful shake-down at Eastern Creek on the weekend, but he certainly seems quietly pleased with the effort.

The test day was the first with all four manufacturers, Holden, Ford, Nissan and Mercedes on track to-gether in the new cars and showed many teams still have a bit of work to do ahead of the Clipsal 500 season opener in Adelaide beginning on 28 February.

But while many teams were bat-tling with the Car of the Future format, the Border team produced the goods, setting fastest time on soft tyres with Jason Bright and fastest time on hard tyres with Fabian Coulthard.

“Fabian was two-tenths quicker than Craig Lowndes on hard tyres, Brighty did the fastest lap on soft tyres and Fabian finished second on soft tyres,” Jones said.

“But there’s still a long way to go. It’s the very first hit-out of the year, everyone is shaking all the problems out of the cars, trying different set-ups and working through test programs.

“In this instance, one swallow cer-tainly doesn’t make a summer, but I think it’s a good spot to start.

“I’d much rather be first and sec-

ond than 18th and 19th.”With Clipsal fast approaching

Jones said there was a lot of work to do, including ensuring the reliability of the cars and keeping on the pace.

“In this sport, people catch up quickly, but I’m not too worried about that,” he said.

“I’m sure Triple Eight will go back to the drawing board and bounce out at Adelaide being very fast but for us - the trick is now getting reliability into the cars. No-one has completed a long run with one of these cars. It’s fantas-tic we’re fast, but we also need to be reliable to get a result at Clipsal.

“We’ll be on our way over there in less than a week so it’s important to go over the cars comprehensively and find any potential problems.”

Jones says he’s excited about the new era in the sport and is expecting good support from fans.

“It’s a very exciting time for V8 Supercars with a whole new car, new manufacturers and lots exciting stuff going on,” he said.

“I think the fans will accept it - it’s good to have a couple of other manu-facturers involved.

“The Nissan is surprisingly fast and the Benz sounds amazing.

“I think it’s great for the sport.”

Insert: McGrath Foundation symbols will be showing up all through Australia in the coming weeks.

Clubs of all ages across the country will be hard at it on Pink Stumps Day.

Raiders in the pink

By KRYSTEN MANUELTHE Wodonga Raiders Cricket Club will be hosting a Pink Stumps Day at Birallee Park on Saturday 2 March and are looking for support from busi-nesses and individuals.

So far, the club has organised a first grade match on Saturday between the Wodonga and Howlong cricket clubs, food, drink, an auction for a variety of memorabilia and an afternoon tea.

The sponsors’ day will also coin-cide with Pink Stumps in a bid to get as much support as possible.

The Howlong Cricket Club has also organised a Pink Stumps second grade match the following day at their home ground and will be playing the Raiders.

“We want to raise as much money

as we can,” Raiders president, An-drew Mann said.

“We have organised some memo-rabilia so we can have an auction on the day.

“We have a couple of signed crick-et bats from Cricket Victoria with the Bushrangers’ signatures, each player will sign their pink hat and we’ll auc-tion that off too, and we’ve had Merv Hughes sign some hats and pink balls.

“We are also throwing the doors open to the public for an afternoon tea.”

Mr Mann said the Raiders are ex-cited to raise money for such a worthy cause that touches everyone in some way.

“Earlier this season we had our coach’s mother pass away suddenly

from cancer,” he said.“The Raiders have got involved

because cancer in general is going to touch every individual at some stage.

“People always know someone who has been affected by it.”

Mr Mann said they were still look-ing for businesses to come forward and contribute in any way they could, as well as individuals who could help by simply coming on the day or pur-chasing a ticket to the afternoon tea.

The club is aiming to raise be-tween $3,000 and $5,000 and is look-ing to make it an annual event.

The match will start at 1pm at Bi-rallee Park on 2 March.

For more details or to purchase a ticket to the afternoon tea, call An-drew on 0423 001 124.

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WOMEN’S national cycling will be a highlight at this Saturday’s Lake Hume Challenge with the Bicycle Superstore women’s national road team in town.

Border cyclist Lisa Barry has become an in-tegral part of the team as has Benalla cyclist, and Albury Wodonga Mountain Bikers mem-ber Felicity Wardlaw.

Both women will be on hand with the rest of the team and will be joining the fund-raising event in the 130-kilometre Granya Grind.

Those taking the long route on the day will be able to ride along with the national team and get advice on various aspects of the sport from the professional riders.

And later that day there will be a Q&A back at the Lavington Bicycle Superstore with the team, their podiatrist, bike fitter, a representa-tive from bike supplier Lapierre and various others involved with the team. Anyone interest-ed will be able to mingle with the team and ask any questions relating to women’s professional road cycling.

Lavington store owner and Director Sportif for the team, Grant Norton said it was a great opportunity for local riders to gain first-hand knowledge of the sport.

“There’ll be plenty of people to talk to for those who want to go up that extra level into a national team,” Mr Norton explained.

“There are a lot of women who race region-ally and they just don’t know how to jump up to those pro-ranks.

“Women’s cycling in Albury has just gone crazy. We have so many women coming in to the store now who are starting out and they just want to put their foot in the door, to see what it’s all about.

“I think it’s very important to have a nation-al team here to talk about it.”

Mr Norton said it was also important for lo-cal cyclists to understand the sacrifices many women make to follow their passion, and this was the ideal opportunity to hear that first hand.

“A lot of the women travel every weekend or second weekend nationally, so they’re away from their partners and family,” he said.

“They all work full time so they have to juggle their training, sometimes up to 20 hours a week. When you put that on top of a 40-hour work load, it’s a big commitment.”

Anyone interested in meeting the team can simply participate in the event on Saturday or head down the Bicycle Superstore in Lavington between 4-6pm.

Those wanting further details on the Lake Hume Challenge, including the Granya Grind, a 100-kilometre Tallangatta ride and the 40 kilometre Weir Wall Waddle can contact Reg Hinton on 0487 431 228.

Lisa Barry, left and Felicity Wardlaw, right are integral members of the Bicycle Superstore national women’s road cycling team.

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By TREVOR JACKSONFIVE times World Masters champion, Jess Laws has just returned victorious from the Victorian Masters Track Championships held at Darebin velodrome in Melbourne on the weekend.

The Border cyclist managed a impressive haul of four gold medals and an Australian record - the perfect start to a huge year of cycling.

Her record came in the flying 200 event while she gained gold medals for the 500-metre time trial, the 2000-metre pursuit, the sprint event which included the flying 200 as a heat and the five-kilometre scratch race.

Laws said she was pleased with her success and felt she still had room for improvement.

An injury over Christmas hampered her prep-aration and some technical mistakes during the races meant she could have returned even faster times.

“I’ve only been back training for around five weeks so I’m not really in ideal form,” she said.

“Over Christmas I suffered an upper-back in-jury and couldn’t use my arms properly. I was go-ing to compete in the Victorian Christmas carni-vals which would have been the ideal preparation.

“I won the time trial but it wasn’t as fast as I wanted to go. All the little technical things count

- I hadn’t done any start-training out of the gates, my upper-body strength wasn’t what it should be, my gearing was a little too big, so we know I can improve on that.”

Breaking the Australian record for the flying 200 metres again could have been faster accord-ing to Laws, placing her in an ideal position for the year ahead.

“When I set the record for the flying 200 my gear was a little too big again and I didn’t really get on top of it,” she said.

“I was really rapt I broke the record and we know I have about an extra three-tenths of a sec-ond in me. I still think I have more in me for the pursuit as well, so that’s a real positive.”

And Laws will need every second she can get as she approaches the Australian championships in April, followed by the UCI World Masters Track Championships at Manchester in October.

Being the last year in her current age category, 35-39 years, she’s even more driven to taste vic-tory.

“I’m hoping to improve on all my times at the Australian championships,” she said.

“If I do that, it should put me in medal conten-tion. Because I’ve already won five world masters titles, my goal is obviously to win at Manchester so it’s going to be a big year.”

Local SportJess Laws with her swag of gold medals from the Victorian Track Masters in Melbourne.

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