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Phone: (08) 8563 2041 21,400 copies weekly SA’s largest circulating country newspaper [email protected] Wednesday, November 2, 2011 48 pages Seppeltsfield village vision A BOLD vision to breathe new life into the historic Seppeltsfield Winery is being realised and the owners believe the result will be a world class tourism destination. Unique concept plans were lodged with the Light Regional Council in October to re-establish the site as a village to support modern day activities. The company has also bought 2600 acres of prime Barossa vineyard, making Seppeltsfield Winery the largest privately owned grape grower in the Barossa. These decisions were made by Seppeltsfield Estate Trust, who took over the company in 2007 and involve a 50 per cent share by Warren Randall and a 50 per cent share by Clare Valley winery Kilikanoon, headed by Nathan Waks and Bruce Baudinet. According to Mr Baudinet, plans to develop a ‘village’ are about revitalising and rejuvenating a sleepy, yet beautiful iconic site to target tourism and artistic/creative audiences and create educational facilities. The shareholder’s visions seek to re-use about 35 winery buildings to accommodate activities and skills such as coopering, brewing, fine food production, glass blowing and carpentry/cabinet making. The development highlights educational uses such as residential schools for winemaking, viticulture, cooking, music arts, architecture and sustainable design. Plans also include tourism accommodation and additional residential uses for employees and visitors. Mr Baudinet, who explained the development has involved wide community consultation, said the “aim is to create a world class wine estate here in the Barossa”. He said buildings such as the old smokehouse, disused for decades, would open to support fine food production. Confidence in the plan is supported by changes made in the past 18 months including the introduction of the Barossa cooper Andrew Young to create barrels in the concerted stables. “The idea has worked brilliantly and we will seek professional artisans, like Andrew, to further support our vision,” Mr Baudinet said. Seppeltsfield, established in 1851, is synonymous with fortified wine including the 100-year-old range. However, the owners have worked quickly to reopen the site’s two wine making facilities, including the Gravity Vintage Cellar, to produce super premium wines. Managing director Warren Randall said the current transformations complement Seppelsfield’s hard push to produce premium bulk wines to support the Australian and overseas market. “Seppeltsfield has built a successful premium bulk wine business supplying Australia’s prestige brands,” Mr Randall said. It’s led to the company securing strong export markets, especially to China and will support Seppeltsfield’s increasing customer base. The latest acquisition of predominantly Shiraz vineyard from the Barossa Vines managed investment scheme across the Barossa’s ‘western ranges’ will allow Seppeltsfield to totally control its fruit quality from pruning to picking, which Mr Randall said is essential for the production of super- premium red wine. The move was also intended to improve cash flow to fund the latest developments. Mr Randall felt the purchase was a great sign of faith in the Australian Wine industry, and the Barossa Valley in particular. UNIQUE CHANGES: Cooper Andrew Young is one of the artisans already acquired by the Seppeltsfield Estate Trust to promote the village feel. By MICHELLE O’RIELLY “The idea has worked brilliantly and we will seek professional artisans, like Andrew to further support our vision.- Bruce Baudinet It takes someone special to give blood. Can you? Call 13 14 95 or visit YOUR FRONT LINE OF DEFENCE. Protect your home. Call Matthew now! 8566 2779 wh1726457 W WI IN NE E T T A AN NK KS S F FO OR R H HI IR RE E In excess of 100 tanks WINE STORAGE OPTIONS 0427 163 508 FAX 8564 2650 [email protected] WH1753471 Pump Sales & Repairs 8562 4553 1761775 9 Railway Tce, Nuriootpa ph 8562 1200 [email protected] ALL 2012 DIARIES NOW IN STORE WH1762361 NEW & USED 8561 2510 WH1726455
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  • Phone: (08) 8563 2041

    21,400 copies weekly SAs largest circulating country newspaper

    [email protected], November 2, 2011 48 pages

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    Seppeltsfieldvillage visionA BOLD vision to breathenew life into the historicSeppeltsfield Winery isbeing realised and theowners believe the resultwill be a world classtourism destination.

    Unique concept planswere lodged with the LightRegional Council inOctober to re-establish thesite as a village to supportmodern day activities. Thecompany has also bought2600 acres of primeBarossa vineyard, makingSeppeltsfield Winery thelargest privately ownedgrape grower in theBarossa.

    These decisions weremade by SeppeltsfieldEstate Trust, who tookover the company in 2007and involve a 50 per centshare by Warren Randalland a 50 per cent share byClare Valley wineryKilikanoon, headed byNathan Waks and BruceBaudinet.

    According to MrBaudinet, plans to developa village are aboutrevitalising andrejuvenating a sleepy, yetbeautiful iconic site totarget tourism andartistic/creative audiencesand create educationalfacilities.

    The shareholders visionsseek to re-use about 35winery buildings toaccommodate activitiesand skills suchas coopering, brewing,fine food production,

    glass blowing andcarpentry/cabinet making.

    The developmenthighlights educationaluses such as residentialschools for winemaking,viticulture, cooking, musicarts, architecture andsustainable design. Plansalso include tourismaccommodation andadditional residential usesfor employees and visitors.

    Mr Baudinet, whoexplained the developmenthas involved widecommunity consultation,said the aim is to create aworld class wine estatehere in the Barossa.

    He said buildings such asthe old smokehouse,disused for decades, wouldopen to support fine foodproduction. Confidence inthe plan is supported bychanges made in the past18 months including theintroduction of theBarossa cooper AndrewYoung to create barrels inthe concerted stables.

    The idea has workedbrilliantly and we willseek professional artisans,like Andrew, to furthersupport our vision, MrBaudinet said.

    Seppeltsfield, establishedin 1851, is synonymouswith fortified wine

    including the 100-year-oldrange. However, theowners have workedquickly to reopen the sitestwo wine making facilities,including the GravityVintage Cellar, to producesuper premium wines.

    Managing directorWarren Randall said thecurrent transformationscomplement Seppelsfieldshard push to producepremium bulk wines tosupport the Australianand overseas market.

    Seppeltsfield has built asuccessful premium bulkwine business supplyingAustralias prestigebrands, Mr Randall said.

    Its led to the companysecuring strong exportmarkets, especially toChina and will supportSeppeltsfields increasingcustomer base.

    The latest acquisition ofpredominantly Shirazvineyard from the BarossaVines managedinvestment scheme acrossthe Barossas westernranges will allowSeppeltsfield to totallycontrol its fruit qualityfrom pruning to picking,which Mr Randall said isessential for theproduction of super-premium red wine. Themove was also intended toimprove cash flow to fundthe latest developments.

    Mr Randall felt thepurchase was a great signof faith in the AustralianWine industry, and theBarossa Valley inparticular.

    UNIQUE CHANGES: Cooper Andrew Young is one of the artisans already acquired bythe Seppeltsfield Estate Trust to promote the village feel.


    The idea has workedbrilliantly and we willseek professionalartisans, like Andrew tofurther support ourvision.

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 3 - The Herald, Barossa Valley [email protected]

    Limit drop rear-view

    LIGHT Regional Council (LRC) will objectagainst a State Government plan to reduce speedlimits on rural roads in its area.

    The State Government last month announced ithad asked the Commissioner of Highways toreduce the speed limit on 49 rural roads from110km/h to 100km/h.

    Of the 49 roads within 100km of Adelaide, fiveare in the LRC area, including Main North Roadand Kapunda to Gawler Road (pictured below).

    At last weeks council meeting, elected membersdecided staff would write to Jennifer Rankine,the current Road Safety Minister, and objectthe proposal.

    Council delegates authority to the ChiefExecutive Officer (who in turn may delegateauthority to the General Manager Infrastructure and Works) to formally write to theMinister for Road Safety objecting against theproposal and citing reasons for Councilsopposition to the proposed speed limitamendments, read the motion.

    The motion without notice was supported byelected members and subsequently carried.

    LRC Infrastructure and Works General

    Manager Richard Dodson said Council had, inconjunction with the Transport Department,reviewed speed limits on specific roads inthe area in 2009.

    This reduction targeted roads of lower standardthat had a 110km/h speed limit and lowered themto 100km/h, he said.

    However, roads such as the Two Wells toGawler Road, Mallala to Gawler Road, Kapundato Gawler Road, Kapunda to Truro Road andMain North Road are of a much higher standardand include wider pavements, suitable horizontaland vertical alignment, hazard protection, sealedshoulders, and in the case of Main North Road,has overtaking lanes.

    Council considers that these roads all have thecharacteristics of other roads throughoutthe state that have the 110km/h speed limitand will not support a reduction of this limiton these roads.

    He said by maintaining the current speedlimits, road users would continue to enjoylower travel times to the metropolitan areasof Adelaide while still living in the LightRegional Council.


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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 4 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    AUTOWIRED is a new mobileauto-electrical and airconditioning business which canservice the Barossa Valley andsurrounding areas.

    Owned and run by Peter andNicole Rudd, Autowired has onlybeen operating since thebeginning of October.

    We have spent the past 12months planning for our newbusiness so we could get it right,Nicole said.

    Peter said the van holds a fullyfunctional workshop which providesconvenience for customers.

    My aim is to provide high qualityautomotive repairs to individualsand businesses at their homes orworkplaces, he said.

    Autowired wont lack inexperience because Peter hasworked in the auto-electrical fieldfor over 20 years with five yearsalso in the viticultural industry.

    The fact that we provide amobile, quality and reliableservice at a reasonable pricemakes us the most convenientoption to choose, Nicole said.

    We have invested in the latestScan Tool technology whichenables Pete to diagnoseelectrical faults on vehicles.

    Autowireds distinctive van hasalready created talk around thevalley and with summer fastapproacing, now is the time tomake sure your air conditioner isready to cope.

    Wired to work

    IMPRESSIVE: Peter Rudd of Autowired, inside his mobile workshop.





  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 5 - The Herald, Barossa Valley [email protected]

    ORGANISERS spirits aresoaring in the build up to theBarossa Airshow this Sunday atthe Rowland Flat airstrip.

    Even the announcement ofaerobatic pilot Matt Hallsemergency back surgery, whichhas pulled him from the line upof events, has not dampenedtheir enthusiasm.

    The St Jakobi LutheranSchool community, now urgeeverybody to come see what allthe fuss is about.

    The airshow is on track for ajam-packed day of non-stopaerial action and family fun,and they wish Matt a speedyrecovery.

    The event involves the RAAFRoulettes, Christ Sperou in hisPitts Super Stinker, plus 15ground displays.

    Chris became a pilot in 1960,after working s a professionalfisherman and refrigerationmechanic. After he obtained ispilots licence, Chris beganteaching himself aerobatics andwent on to win the AustralianAerobatic Championship 13times. He also competed fivetimes at the World Aerobatic

    Championships. In support ofthe major event, Channel 7evening newsreader JohnRiddell will throw anotherspotlight on the airshow byvisiting St Jakobi School today(Wednesday) by helicopter andmeeting with students andorganisers.

    Following the event, the schoolwill donate part proceeds toCamp Quality.

    The line up of events begin at10am. Entry is $20 for adults,$5 for children or $50 fora family. The Rowland Flatairstrip is located off BarossaValley Way on Koch Road.

    Airshow to take off Plan takes next stepA DRAFT plan for thedevelopment of Roseworthyhas been submitted to LightRegional Council (LRC) and isnow subject to communityconsultation.

    Set to make Roseworthy one ofthe largest developments inAustralia, the Roseworthy GardenTown draft plan will see 25,000homes built in the area across thenext 30 years.

    The draft plan, prepared by theRoseworthy Alliance, incorporatesa central park with sportand recreation facilities, greenbelts around the proposeddevelopment and the reactivationof the rail line from Gawler toRoseworthy.

    Light Regional Council mayorBill OBrien said Roseworthyresidents had been involved inthe planning process from thestart and people could now seetheir ideas and aims reflected inthe draft concept plan.

    Ive been delighted with peoplesinterest and enthusiasm in andthroughout this process. Imconfident that this enthusiasmand quality of input willcontinue throughout this nextstage of public consultation, MrOBrien said.

    I hope that Roseworthyresidents can find the time to visitCouncil, see the draft concept planand let us know their thoughts.

    Roseworthy Alliance chairMartyn Evans said thedevelopment will capitalise onthe unique regionalopportunities and its strategiclocation.

    Roseworthy Garden Town willbring to the region employmentand world-class education, MrEvans said.

    It will be a place of beauty thatbuilds on the existing strongcommunity.

    These elements will makeRoseworthy Garden Town thepride of the north.

    Mr Evans said the draft conceptplan is the blueprint for creating aself-sustaining town.

    Roseworthy Garden Town is allabout sustainability, prosperityand liveability, Mr Evans said.

    Our vision for Roseworthy is todeliver an innovative, well-connected town that embracesworlds best practice.

    The draft plan is on display at theKapunda Library, the Roseworthypost office and the LRC offices inKapunda and Freeling until theend of November.

    LRC will consider the draft planand community feedback at itsnext meeting on November 22.

    If LRC approves the draft planfollowing community consultation,it will then be submitted to theState Government forconsideration and review.

    THIS SUNDAY: Lyndochs St Jakobi Luther School studentsmodel an aeroplance to entice visitors to the air show.

    Wakeboard coachingDO YOU enjoy raleysand backside spins?

    If so, both amateurand professionalwakeboarders areencouraged to be partof the state serieshosted this Saturday atPort Adelaide.

    Daniella Lambert,from Gawler South,who is part of theWakeboard SApromotion team will bebattling for a position.

    In 2010 she attendedthe Wakeboard WorldTitles, Orlando, andgained a fourth place

    in the amateur womensection. Her interest inthe sport now meansshe is keen for othersto have a go.

    Entrants (amateurs)will need to bring theirown equipment andthey will be given freecoaching on the day,she said.

    Nuriootpa teenagerand wakeboardchampion ParkerSiegele will also joinDaniella on the water.

    Parker was part ofthe 2009 gold medalAustralian team in

    Korea and this yearbased himself inOrlando, Florida forthe US summer.

    For those not familiarwith wakeboarding,competitors launchthemselves from thewave created behind aboat to perform flips,spins and tricks, whichare judged on difficultyand execution.

    Riders complete two300 metre runs and areallowed one fall, withmost riders completingeight to 10 tricksduring two runs.

    Daniella said idealwakeboard conditionswere no wind for a flat-water surface, but a bigcrowd really helps tocreate a greatatmosphere.

    The event kicks off at9am at the north armof the Port River. It isthe second round of the2011 state series whichcan lead competitors tothe nationals inWestern Australia in2012.

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 6 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    Skills to build the BE brand

    BAROSSA Enterprises hasappointed Marketing andCommunications Manager,Karina Piro (pictured above) topromote awareness of thecompany and its future direction.With a Wine Marketing degreeand many years of experience inthe wine industry, Karina bringsa valuable skills to the role.Ive made a conscious decisionto transfer my sales andmarketing skills in the disabilityindustry, she said. I have always had a love formarketing. Its highly creativeand is imperative to sustainbusiness longevity.Her passion for helping the

    community clearly shows inher vibrant attitude, as she isalready busy increasing therecognition of BarossaEnterprises as a brand. Her background in winemarketing helped her tounderstand the importance ofrelationship building andcommunication betweenindustry and the community.People are just people at theend of the day and the Barossacommunity supports each otherextremely well, Karina said. Imvery happy I can be a part of it.She is looking forward tocreating new connections withlocal businesses and further

    enhancing existing ones.Living locally in Tanunda, Karinafeels that there is so muchopportunity for the localcommunity to get involved withBarossa Enterprises.Being a not for profitorganisation, it is essential thatthere is a continual viable flow ofwork for the clients who have adisability.Its important to note that allrevenue goes directly backinto the organization to help BEgrow its business and clientpotential.Karina would like to welcomeanyone who is interested in avisit to the site to contact her.

    HOMEOWNERS are urged toensure their pool is properly fencedto reduce toddler drownings.

    In the past year, 28 childrenunder the age of five drowned.

    Over the past nine years, almost300 children under five drowned.

    Of these deaths, 60 per cent haveoccurred in the childs own home.

    These damning statistics haveled to the push by Royal LifeSaving to ensure every pool owneris Australia knows the duties andresponsibilities associated withowning a pool.

    Hewett resident Tom Lane(pictured above) embraces the poolsafety message in his home,making his two children takeswimming lessons before they evenstarted building the pool.

    As soon as the pool was in, I hadthe fence up before it even had anywater in it, Mr Lane said.

    We had an inspector visit andcheck all the gates and panels tomake sure everything was right.

    Mr Lane said he and his wifealways supervise children in thepool, including visitors, no matterwhat age they are.

    While the Lane family puts a lotof effort into pool safety, Royal LifeSaving believes that up to 85 percent of Australian pools are not

    fenced or simply do not meetcurrent safety standards, a figureit says needs to be addressed.

    Alistair Baird, executive directorof Royal Life Saving SouthAustralia, warns that for everydrowning death, there are aboutthree hospitalisations, and up totwo of those hospitalised childrenwill suffer a brain injury.

    Children should never be leftalone when they are in, on oraround water and parentsand carers should always bewithin arms reach of theirchildren, he said.

    Parents and carers should takechildren with them if they have toleave an aquatic area.

    Mr Baird warns that while manypeople think their fencing is safe,wear and tear, storm damage orerosion could create a weakness inthe structure, while another majorproblem are the thousands ofpeople who prop open the pool gate,defeating its purpose.

    For pool safety tips and resources,visit

    For more information aboutresuscitation training in thelocal area, call Royal LifeSaving on 1300 RES-Q-ME (1300737 763).

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 8 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    A PROPOSED communications tower could bebuilt closer to Tanunda under an amendeddevelopment application lodged with LightRegional Council.

    The original application to build the 28-metretower at a Smythe Road property received 62representations from the community, with onlyone of those in favour of the development.

    Vodafone Australia has amended the applicationto move the tower to another location on the sameproperty, about 300 metres closer to Tanunda.

    The change brings the tower 16 metres lower inelevation to reduce visibility and an existingcluster of tall trees would partially screen it.

    Community consultation on the amendeddevelopment application closes with LRC at 5pmtoday, Wednesday, November 2.

    Tower plan change

    Wind farm concerns heardBOTH passionate and assertive pleasfor support to stop the proposed windfarm at Keyneton have been made clearto state parliament member DavidRidgeway.

    On Monday the Leader of theopposition in the Legislative Counciland member of the states Liberal Partyaccepted an invite by members of theEastern Mount Lofty RangesLandscape Guardians to Keyneton Hallwho are desperate to stop the proposeddevelopment of 57 wind turbines.

    Mr Ridgeway, who agreed theproposed site (Sedan Ranges), is notappropriate, said a consistent set up ofguidelines is needed.

    We need to have a definitive policy,he said.

    His chat with about 25 residentsincluded working on guidelines to beused in Victoria, New South Wales andSouth Australia, where wind activity ishigh. He said the would help in their

    decision making for wind farms.Keyneton resident and landowners As part of the gathering, Mid Murray

    councillor David Peake addressed thegroup by saying residents need to takeaction now before its too late.

    It is understood the wind farmdevelopment proposed by Victorianbased company Pacific Hydro will notlodge their application until the newwind power reforms, announced by thestate government, come into effect.

    The reforms seek to provide greaterresponsibility over wind farms tocouncils and with a dramatic reductionin public consultation.

    Originally Pacifi Hydro said theywould lodge their application inSeptember.

    In addition, Mr Ridgeway toldresidents he would consider organisinga deputation with MinisterDevelopment John Rau for residentsconcerns to further voice their concerns.

    IN TOWN: David Ridgeway listens toKeyneton communitys concerns.


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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 10 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    THE Gawler Regional NaturalResource Centre (NRC) will hold aspecial event next weekend wherepeople can get all the informationand advice needed to build asustainable garden.

    Running from 10.30am to2.30pm on Sunday, November 13,the Sustainable Garden Festivalwill feature a whole range ofnative plants, seedlings, wormsand compost buckets for sale,while there will also be a varietyof guest speakers and activities.

    Nick Fewster from SustainableUrban Landscapes will talk aboutcreating a sustainable garden andBrett Fitzpatrick from SalisburyNursery will perform a plantpropagation and seed collectiondemonstration.

    Children will be able to getinvolved too, with the chance toplant seeds, build bird feeders oreven make an alfalfa sprout man.

    Free information will availableon a wide range of topics includingattracting butterflies to yourbackyard and minimising harmfulchemical use.

    There will be displays from

    Gawler Community House andthe Australian Plant Society, doorprizes will be on offer, and therewill also be all-day screenings ofthe films Magic Harvest andDesign For Life.

    Author of One Magic Square grow your own food on one squaremeter Lolo Houbein will be thekey note speaker for the day,where she will talk about thefuture of food security, the topic ofher next book.

    The time is coming when itwont be as easy to obtain ourfresh food, let alone in the abun-dance we are now use to, MsHoubein said. I dont necessarilymean well be worse off and total-ly without food, but by becoming alittle more self-sufficient andgrowing our own, we will be pro-viding some fresh food for our-selves and our families, givingrichness and variety to our diet.

    For more information about theSustainable Garden Festival, or contactthe Gawler Regional NaturalResource Centre on 8523 7700 oremail [email protected]

    Gardens for the future

    Now to build on the solid startSTRONG foundations havebeen set and the job ofimproving the Barossa FilmFestival has begun.

    While everything wentsmoothly for the five-day event,organisers are toying withvarious ideas for the next eventto make it even better, while notnecessarily bigger.

    Festival director Dave de Vriessaid one thing they wanted towork on in particular wasmaintaining a relationshipbetween film makers, the filmand the audience.

    On Saturday night, whichwas as busy as hell, we had a lotof people show up for PunchDrunk and because we had somany of the film makers of the

    particular films being screenedactually in the Chateau, I foundmyself stopping the program anumber of times to tell peoplewhat the next film was andintroduce them, Dave said.

    We did that a number oftimes during the course of theweek and that was reallysuccessful, very popular and isdefinitely something we wouldlike to build on.

    Id also like to see some of themore senior members of theAustralian film industry maybecome along as well, a few ofthose guys, I think I couldprobably interest them in it.

    One of the other things Daveand his team will discuss is thelength of the days and how

    many days the festival will run.Starting on the Saturday at

    10am and then going throughuntil 11pm is a big ask for theaudience, so we would probablybe more inclined to start atmaybe 1pm or something likethat, Dave said.

    The long table lunch dayformat was fine, we wouldntmess with that, but we mightstart the films after theluncheon rather than leadingup to it.

    An industry kick-off night onthe first night worked well, butrather than start on aWednesday and go through theweek, we might start on aThursday and go the Friday andSaturday.

    CHEERS: Andrei Gostin and Fiona De Caux enjoy a glass of wine at the Long Table Luncheon onFriday afternoon at Chateau Tanunda.



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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 11 - The Herald, Barossa Valley [email protected]

    Films light up the night

    THE inauguralBarossa Film Festivalhas been hailed asuccess and eventdirector Dave de Vriessaid everything cametogether perfectly forthe long-awaited event.

    After starting onWednesday, the festivalcontinued through theweek and wound up onrelaxing Sunday finish.

    The wow factor wassomething everybody

    commented on, Davesaid. We were tryingsomething verytechnically difficult,effectively combining afilm festival with agourmet weekend.

    He said theorganisers worked veryhard to highlightChateau Tanunda.

    If we had doneanything on the cheapor done anything lessthan totally honouring

    the Chateau, it wouldhave been a hugedisappointment, butfar from it, everybodythought it was great,Mr de Vries said.

    I think everybodywas really rapt withthe little horrortheatre downstairs inthe barrel hall lit upwith candles, it wasvery popular.

    The feeling was itadded 10 percent to the

    horrific element, so theactual experience itselfwas great.

    He said the eventwould not havehappened without thehelp from so manylocal supporters.

    A lot of the creditgoes to the Chateau,we worked very closelywith them and theymade sure we verymuch felt like wewere at home and

    we very much feltlike we were partof one big team.

    We have had nothingbut the greatestsupport for theChateau from dayone, Dave said.

    The festival eventsheld at Rolf BinderWines also received astrong turnout over thethree days it was used.

    RELAXED: Remigi Rageth and Nikki Pallaras, both from Adelaide, on the Sunken Lawn on Wednesday evening.

    Visitors view onthe film festival

    This is just fantastic. It is one of the bestvenues we have been to and it is so close toAdelaide. We didnt even realise this was theinaugural event. Doug Scroope, actor from Sydney.

    Im very impressed. It is a great idea holdinga regional festival. I think it could quicklygrow in the next few years, they have anamazing set-up. In think South Australiadefinitely needs something like this. Richard Wolstencroft, director of theMelbourne Underground Film Festival.

    This is a great idea. The whole venue isbegging for something like this to happen. Ithink I would definitely come back. I like theidea of supporting regional festivals because Ihave a bit of a connection with ruralAustralia. I just like the idea of having afestival in the heart of Australia. Brendan Guerin, producer and writerfrom Melbourne.

    Major award winnersBalthazar Best Australian Feature Film The Tunnel

    Rolf Binder Best Australian Short Film A Tale Of Obsession

    Chateau Tanunda Best InternationalFeature Film Eisis

    Peoples choice for best trailer The Curable

    Audience Acclaim Prize If Your DadDoesnt Have A Beard, Youve Got Two Mums

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 12 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

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    Pseudonyms are not acceptable. Send your letters to: The editor, PO Box 43, Tanunda, SA, 5352.Fax: 8563 3655. E-mail: [email protected]

    LUTHERAN CHURCH PARISHESAngaston Parish: Angaston: 8.45am HC,10.30am; Penrice: 9am HC; Keyneton: 10am LR;Eden Valley: 9am HC; Springton: 11am.Bethany-Tabor Parish: Bethany: 8.30am T HC,11am M HC; Tabor: 9.45am HC Band.Cambrai Parish: Cambrai: 9am HC; Sedan:9.30am R; Stonefield 11am HC.Eudunda Parish: Eudunda: 9am HC, 9.30amKP; Neales Flat 9am LR; Peep Hill 9am LR.Freeling Parish: St Marks, Freeling: 10.45am;Trinity, Rosedale: 8.45am. Wheatfields: 2pm. Gawler: Zion, Pr Geoff Havelberg, Ph 8523 1929.22B Cowan St, Gawler. 8.45am HC,10.45amcontemporary worship. Gawler Immanuel: Cnr Second & Seventh Sts,Gawler.Ph: 8522 6000.Sunday 8.45am, 10.45am.1st Sunday of month 9.30am. Share-a-meal every1st & 3rd Wed 11.45am.Greenock: Nain 10.30am Pr; Gnadenfrei 9amHC & Shoebox; Greenock 9am HC, JAM 9.45am.Guest preacher: Pastor John Prenzler.Kapunda Parish: Bethel: 10.30am HC; Kapunda:9am Pr; Allens Creek: 10am LR.Langmeil Parish:10.30am C HC Confirmation.Light Pass Immanuel Parish: Light Pass: 9am HC;Stockwell: 10.30am F; Dutton: No service. Rev G Ruwuldt.Light Pass Strait Gate: Strait Gate 9am;Gruenberg 10.30am HC B; Truro 10am R SS.Lyndoch Parish: Rowland Flat: 9am ParishTraditional, Rev B Schwarz.Nuriootpa: St Petri: 8.30am HC, Pr R Voigt,10.30am W, Pr R Voigt. Holy Trinity, Ebenezer andNeukirch: Mission Sunday at Redeemer 10am.Robertstown Parish: Point Pass: 10.30am HC;Robertstown: 8.30pm HC.

    St Johns Parish: St J: 9am HC.St Pauls Parish:St P: 8.45am T; Gdb: 10.30am CTanunda Lutheran Home: Worship 10.30am. Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church:Combined service with St Matthew, Hahndorf,10am at Mt Torrens Oval, R Seidel preaching,followed by Sunday School Picnic.ANGLICAN CHURCHAnglican Parish of Barossa: Angaston: 10amHC SdK; Nuriootpa: 8.30am HC SdK; Tanunda:10am HC LB; Lyndoch: 10am MP; Williamstown10am HC PB.(SS at St Hughs, BBQ at G. Burge)Kapunda Anglican Parish: Eudunda: 9am HC;Hamilton: 11am HC; Kapunda: 9.15am HC.Mt Pleasant: 1st Sunday 8.30am, all otherSundays 9am. Enquiries to Hazel Wilton, Wardenon 8568 2042.UNITING CHURCHBarossa Congregations: Nuri: 11am Graetz;Tan: 9am Graetz; Ang: 9am Edwards. Turo: 11amEdwards.Gawler Parish: Gawler: 9.30am Littleford HC,5pm Littleford; Sandy Creek: 9am Cook;Williamstown: 10am Polkinghorne.Kersbrook: 10am. Enquiries: 8389 3114.BAPTIST CHURCHBarossa Community Church: 10am BarossaJunction Motel/Conference Centre, Barossa ValleyWay, Tan, Pastor Richard Ansoul. Ph: 8563 2158.Lyndoch Baptist Church: Kauffman Ave,Lyndoch: 10am. All welcome. Enquiries to PastorTony Edwards on 8564 3001.CATHOLIC CHURCH PARISHESNorthern Light Catholic Parish: Nuri: 1st & 3rd Sat6.30pm, 2nd & 5th Sun 10.30am, 4th Sun 9am;Kapunda: 4th Sat 6.30pm, 1st & 3rd Sun 10.30am,2nd & 5th Sun 9am; Freeling: 1st Sun 9am, 4th Sun10.30am, 5th Sun 5pm; Tarlee: 3rd Sun 9am.Parish Office: Ph 8566 2064.SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTBarossa: 1 Old Kapunda Rd, Nuri; Sat 9.30amFamily Bible Study, 11am Family Worship.ASSEMBLIES OF GODBarossa New Life Centre: Sunday 10am at theroundabout, cnr Barossa Valley Way & SiegersdorfRoad, Dorrien. 4pm at Mt Pleasant AnglicanChurch Hall, Melrose St. All welcome. Pastor Diane

    Pope, Pastor Trevor Auricht. Ph: 8562 3844. Kapunda: 10am Sunday, Light CommunityChurch, Main St, Kapunda. Pastor Paul Smith. Allwelcome. Ph: 8566 2864.CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIPTanunda, McDonnell Street opp former TanundaPrimary School: Saturdays 2.30pm, Worship,Open Bible Study.CHRISTIAN FAMILY CENTREBarossa: 10.30am Sundays. 16 Scholz Ave, Nuri.Pastor Alan Matson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Murray Flats: 5pm alternate Sundays. Pastor AlanMatson. Ph: 0404 846 274. Cambrai UnitingChurch 5pm.SALT CHURCH25 Northside Crt, Evanston Gdns: SundayService 10am & 5pm. Offices, b/shop open9.30am-4pm. Ph: 8522 0000.THE CHRISTADELPHIANSSunday school, Greenock Institute Hall, 9.30am.Memorial meetings 11am Sunday. Bible Studies8pm Tuesday. All welcome. Phone 8524 4196.CHURCH OF THE NAZARENEMain North Rd, Evanston Park. Worship ServiceSunday 10.30am. All welcome. Pastor DouglasCarolisen. Ph: 8523 1706.INTERDENOMINATIONAL CHURCHBirdwood United Church. 10am Pr Brian Teakle.Ph: 8568 5540. All welcome.HEWETT COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHRISTKingfisher Dr, Hewett. 10am, Sunday inspiringworship service. Young generation and crecheavail.Youth, women and mens programs. Ph:8522 4938.GAWLER FULL GOSPEL OUTREACHMINISTRIESFamily Worship Svc. 10am Sun, stone pavilion,Sport & Community Cent, Nixon Tce, Gaw.Pastor Shirley Coe. Ph: 0401 065 748.KAPUNDA EVANGELICAL CHURCHSundays 5pm, 1st Sunday 10.30am, CWA Hall.Pastor Andrew Amos. Ph: 8566 2148. LYNDOCH FULL GOSPEL FELLOWSHIPMINISTRY - Worship at Lyndoch Institute eachSunday, 11.30am-1.30pm Pastor Ken East ph:8524 4787.


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    Traffic hazardTHE roadway aroundTanunda supermarket hasarrows clearly outlining thedirection of travel.

    On several occasions Ihave been confronted bycars disregarding, quiteblatantly, the direction oftravel alongside thenewsagency. Do we have tohave a head-on collisionbefore offenders changetheir behaviour?

    W HoffmannNuriootpa

    Replacement busesAS A regular user of theGawler train linereplacement buses I amvery disappointed withTransport ministerscomments and lack ofunderstanding of the issuesconcerning the replacementbuses outlined in theHerald on October 26.

    Her comments state thatsome of the buses do nothave air conditioning andthis has been taken intoaccount with newer busesintegrated duringinterpeak and weekendperiods.

    However upon raising aquery with Metro AdelaideI was advised via email thefollowing; As there are notenough vehicles in thecurrent fleet to meet thisdemand, many older,recently retired buses arerequired to enable capacity

    for the 9000 passengersthat use the Gawler trainservice each weekday.

    Metro Adelaide went on tosay, the additional vehiclesare not air conditioned butSouthlink are providing airconditioned vehicles whenpossible. On night andweekend services allvehicles used for thesubstitute bus services areair-conditioned.

    The minister strategicallyneglected to mention thatthe some that did nothave air conditioning wasactually most and thatnewer buses were only usedduring some interpeakperiods. In summary,Gawler line commutershave been given buses thathave been deemedunsuitable and too old formetropolitan route use andsecondly, until April nextyear, passengers travellingon the Gawler line will nothave air conditioning atany time during the daywhen the 9000 passengersquoted are using the buses.Only the privileged few willhave air conditioning atnight and on weekends.

    Temperatures havealready nudged the oldcentury aboard these buseson relatively mild days of34C. What is in store forlocal commuters in thepeak of summer?

    Peter AmeyFreeling

    Water concernI SEE that the councilwants to start chargingfarmers for the water theyuse (Herald, October 26).

    I think they need to standup against the parasites incouncil who simply areramping up all charges tokeep them illegally in veryhighly overpaid jobs at thefarmers expense and thatapplies to all of us as well.We are being ripped off.

    The farmers must quotethe September 3, 1988referendum which was heldand asked the questionshould councils bepoliticised.

    Every town and city inAustralia said no by amargin of over 75 per cent.That was simply thrownaside by these illegallyelected politicians and theAustralian Constitutionwas totally ignored. Thatswhy we have a referendumto find out what the peoplewant. Therefore, councils donot have the power nor thelaw to charge fines, raisetaxes or any other thingbecause of that referendum.Check it out for yourself.

    Secondly, if the arrogantpoliticians in the illegalcouncils do not take noticeof that, try this avenue.

    A very switched onengineer friend of mine inQueensland did this whenthey tried to charge him forthe water on his farm.

    That is, when they senthim a bill for the water (afigure plucked out of theair) he simply wrote back tothem and said OK, I agreeit is your water, but I amsending you this bill forstoring your water on myproperty.

    The bill was made out tothe same price theycharged him and he heardno more from them.

    Dont give in to theseparasites who just simplywant all our money so thatthey can live a verycomfortable lifestyle.

    Politicians of every ilkhave long forgotten theyare public servants (I callthem serpents) and who inpast history has paid hisservant more than he earnshimself?

    Farmers, take the cudgelto them.

    Leonce KealyEdens Landing,


    Government issueI AM trying really hard tomake some sense of thisfederal government exportcertification reformpackage, and the impact itwill have on successfulsmall businesses likeWintulichs. Why would anygovernment want toundermine its smallbusinesses like this unlessit was forced to?

    This initiative has got

    globalisation and WorldTrade Organisationbullying written all overit. Do countries that areexporting contaminated,suspect food into Australiahave imposts like this puton them to help pay forquarantine inspections?

    Are the growers in thesecountries as heavilyregulated as ours?

    It appears to me andmany other people thatthese so-called free tradeagreements that the federalgovernment is seeminglybeing forced into underduress and against thewishes of the majority ofthe population, are not alevel playing field.

    I am also deeplyconcerned that if thequarantine service onlyinspects five per cent ofincoming food products,and is finding problemswith some of that, thenwhat the hell is in the other95 per cent?

    We need to increase oursupport for our local foodproducers otherwise eventhat choice may disappear.

    Ray LinkevicsBirdwood

    Debate continuesIt SHOULD be obvious whymy previous letter did notaddress refugees Iaddressed MarilynShepherds scurrilous andhypocritical abuse of

    others. I, not Ms Shepherd,determine my topic, and forall Ms Shepherd knows theHerald editor may havechosen not to publish myview on refugees.

    Ms Shepherd makesmuch of a little blog I amalleged to rely on for myinformation. Whatincredible arrogance topresume she knows what Iread. The quote I hateAustralia was from a letterpublished in TheAustralian, and the oneabout her remarkablerecovery from severe illhealth (I trust sheinformed Centrelink) wasfrom her contribution to OnLine Opinion, an e-journalof social and politicaldebate. I note MsShepherd did not addresseither of these quotes.

    Ms Shepherd and her ilktell us that the boat peopleare not doing anythingillegal. Well, they certainlycome here by illegal means proof sufficient being thecrew members fined andjailed for bringing them and hence they are aidingand abetting an illegalactivity. And that, MsShepherd, is a crime.

    L B LovedayGawler South

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 13 - The Herald, Barossa Valley [email protected]

    An historic icon of MainStreet Kapunda has a newlease on life. The tall NorfolkPine was recently fitted withnew LED lights, to help thetown celebrate the magic ofChristmas.The bright sparks behind thetrees renovations areKapunda Lions Clubmembers including DarrylGreen, Des Ellis and DaveLomman. According to LionsClub president Dean Parishthe original coloured lightbulbs placed around the treewere becoming a safetyconcern.Lions Club members saythey owe a lot of thanks tothose who supported thelighting installation includingPeter Bolgarow fromStarlight Lighting; Jim Ferrisfrom Y Climb Tower Hire;Simon Kurtz from CoatesHire Nuriootpa; MarkFeltus, from Feltus Kitchensand especially Liz Littlewho supplied freeaccommodation to workersthrough Ford House.In addition, the Lions Clubwill plan for an official lightingceremony later this year.Pictured (from left) PeterBolgarow, Dave Lommanand Dean Parish.

    All lit up

    Optimism in WasleysWASLEYS is set to have aresidents action association totackle issues like development,stormwater, the need for morerecreation facilities and eventhe problem of feral cats.

    More than 60 residentsattended Sundays communitymeeting at the town instituteand there were severalvolunteers for a WasleysProgress Association.

    The proposal for anassociation has the backing of

    Bill OBrien, Light RegionalMayor, who said it would helpthe communication betweenboth the local and stategovernments.

    The meeting was organised byTony Piccolo, State Member forLight, received support fromLight Regional Council (withMr OBrien and wardcouncillors Lynette Reichsteinand Wayne Standish allattending) and WasleysPrimary School.

    The Department of Planningand Local Government was alsorepresented, as was thedeveloper of Ridley Mill Estate,with Terry Webber fieldingquestions about the impact theestate has on the townsstormwater.

    Mr Piccolo said the mood ofthe meeting was optimistic anda steering group for theproposed residents associationis expected to meet before theend of the year.

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 14 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    Gawler policeincidents

    ARRESTSAn 18-year-old Evanston

    Gardens man was arrested byGawler Police for assault onOctober 29.

    Gawler Police arrested a 32-year-old Evanston Gardens manon two counts of aggravatedassault on October 29.REPORTS

    Barossa Highway Patrolreported a 19-year-old Lyndochman for excessive speed onOctober 6.

    The mans licence wasdisqualified as a result.

    An Evanston Gardens youth wasreported by Gawler Police foraggravated serious criminaltrespass and theft on October 27.

    A 19-year-old Gawler East manwas reported for aggravatedassault by Gawler Police onOctober 27.

    Gawler Police reported a 27 yearold Gawler East man for drivingwith a prescribed concentration ofalcohol with a reading of 0.122 onOctober 27.

    The vehicle was seized and alicence disqualification given tothe man.PROPERTY DAMAGE

    There were four reports ofproperty damage in the Gawlerarea this week.

    One offence involved damage to

    a motor vehicle at Gawler South.The other offences in the Gawler

    area involved damage to fencingand windows.THEFT

    Motor vehicles in the Hewettarea were targeted by thieves inthe past week.

    A series of illegal interferenceand thefts from motor vehicleswas reported in the area andpolice are seeking anyinformation that may assistin identifying those responsible.

    There were also five theftsreported over the past weekincluding the theft of scrapmetal at Evanston and a dustmeter worth $5,000 stolen atGawler West.SERIOUS CRIMINAL TRESPASS

    Gawler Police received eightreports of serious criminaltrespass during daylight hours inthe past week.

    Police are seeking anyinformation concerningsuspicious activity and urgeanyone who sees or hearssomething to ring police on 131444 immediately.

    The eight reports of SeriousCriminal Trespass to premiseswere at Hewett, Gawler West,Willaston, Evanston Park andTwo Wells.

    ARRESTSA male Lyndoch

    youth was arrestedby Nuriootpa Policefor breaching bail onOctober 26.

    A Nuriootpa man inhis 20s was arrestedby Nuriootpa Policefor aggravated assaulton October 27.

    Nuriootpa Policearrested a Smithfieldman in his 20s fordisorderly behaviourand breaching abarring order at alicenced premise inGawler on October 29.

    Nuriootpa Policealso arrested aMitchell park womanon October 29 underthe publicintoxication act.REPORTS

    An Angaston youthwas reported byNuriootpa Police forsupplying cannabison October 27.

    A Tanunda man inhis 20s was reportedby Nuriootpa Policefor driving withoutdue care and misuseof a motor vehicle.

    The mans vehiclewas subsequentlyimpounded.

    Mt Pleasant Policereported a MountPleasant woman inher 50s on October 29for driving with aprescribedconcentration ofalcohol with areading of 0.117. Shewas issued with aninstant loss of licence.

    Another MtPleasant woman inher 50s was reportedby police on the sameday for driving with aprescribedconcentration ofalcohol with areading of 0.104. Shewas issued with aninstant loss of licenceand had her vehicleimpounded.

    Nuriootpa Policereported a maleNuriootpa youth forthe theft of a mobilephone on October 30.BREAKS

    The tuck shop at aTanunda primaryschool was broken into on October 24 and

    items were stolen.The vegetable patchwas also damaged.PROPERTYDAMAGE

    A Tanunda businessin Murray Street wasgraffitied betweenOctboer 23 andOctober 24.

    A front garden of aTanunda church wasdamaged on October24. Plants wereripped out, a flowerpot smashed and astatue was stolen inthe attack.

    Four separateincidents wherewindows werwebroken were reportedto Nuriootpa Policeon October 29. Thewindows weresmashed in CollegeStreet, HomburgStreet, The Rexcar-park and at aschool. THEFT

    An alloy wheel andtire were stolen fromvehicle parked onFifth Street,Nuriootpa betweenOctober 29 and 30.

    Brawlers arrestedTHREE Nuriootpamen were arrested onSunday, October 30,following a brawloutside a licencedpremise at Nuriootpa.

    The trio, two men intheir 20s and one in his

    30s, were arrested forfighting in a publicplace.

    A fourth man in his30s from Whyalla wasarrested in the sameincident for disorderlybehaviour.

    Barossa incidents

    Is the game changing? Its pointing out theblatantly obvious to say the wine industry hasbeen doing it tough, but in the past week wemight have seen fortunes changing.

    The Jimmy Watson trophy went to a Tasmanianwine made by a young guy with a rich Barossaheritage, one of the most influential wine critics inthe world raced around the country and declaredthat people who had written off Australiaspotential as an exciting wine continent werewrong and then Seppeltsfield pulled out thecheckbook and put an exclamation point on thedeath of managed investment scheme vineyards inBarossa.

    Did any of this make any difference to Barossagrapegrowers, cellarhands, sales and marketingteams, label printers, lab rats or contractpruners? Yes and no.

    A Tassie Shiraz winning the biggest wine awardin the country shows that cool climate wines arenow real challenges to the Barossas assumedupper hand with this variety and ourwinemakers are going to have to pull their

    socks up and deliver more than an old vinestory to keep up.

    Its cool for international wine scribes to talk upAustralian wine again a big change from the pastcouple of years where almost all Aussie reds weredeclared fat, jammy, high alcohol bruisers (whichis sadly still true for some Barossa wines). This isgood news for the gurus charged with sellingBarossa wine to the world.

    And what will happen now that Seppeltsfield hasan extra 13,000 to 26,000 tonne of Shiraz at it'sdisposal for 2011? How will the gravity cellarcope? It wont have to deal with all of it, of course,but whether or not the old Barossa Vines contractsare still in place with new owners will haveripple effects for other small Barossa growersone way or the other.

    None of the events of the last week might bedirectly linked to rises in grape prices, confidencein wine sales that creates new jobs in wineries orincreased demand for graphic designers to workon refreshed labels, but just maybe people will beable to look back in a couple of years as we enterthe next boom and say hey, I reckon thingsstarted to turn after that Barossa kid won theJimmy in Tassie, that poncey James Suckling saidwe Ossies were alright and Wazza Randall boughtall those MIS vines.


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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 15 - The Herald, Barossa Valley [email protected]

    Relive the regionsWWI involvement

    AN ADELAIDEhistorian has capturedexperiences fromKapunda and districtsduring WWI andplaced them into abook for others toappreciate.

    Peter Donovan,originally fromKapunda, spent thepast eight yearsresearching facts fromthe past, whichinvolved men andwomen.

    The book, Storm - AnAustralian countrytown and World War I,came about by Petersfascination ofresearching his ownfamilys history, withhis Kapunda ancestorshaving fought in thewar. Peter said whileresearching his familytree he came acrossother soldiers andnurses and theirstories which led to thecreation of the book.

    He said the story ofthe war can also beconfusing. I hope thisbook helps to clarify it.

    Peter explained, TheKapunda response tothe call to arms wasremarkable.

    More than 300 menand six women fromthe town and districtserved in armed forcesduring WW1; as manyas 65 never survived.

    He said Stormhighlights how muchcountry townsmattered in 1914, withthe formation of groups

    such as Red Cross,Progress Association,the League of LoyalWomen, cheer up hutsand entertainment toname a few.

    His journey to createthe book also led him toresearch The KapundaHerald and headoverseas to viewcemeteries in GreatBritain, the MiddleEast and Europewhere much of hiswork and photosfeature in the book.

    The publication alsoincludes personalletters, photos and postcards, lent to Peter byKapunda residents, toprovide snippets of thepast. Storm is availableat Bull Creek Books,Tanunda and TimelessBook, Angaston, withcopies available in theKapunda VisitorInformation Centre,Main Street.

    For more details,

    BOOK RELEASED:Peter Donovan inKapunda.

    It was a closeshave for thisbrave man whobecame involved inthe unicycle act atpart of this yearsKapunda Showheld on Saturday.For more photos,turn to Page 29.Pic: Kirsty Hosking


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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 16 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    Week of artAN IMPRESSIVE artpiece Wine TrackPatterns took out theBest in Exhibitionprize at the RotaryClub of Kapunda thirdKidman Art Show.

    Now the public hasthe opportunity to viewthis and other artworks, as part of theart show, from nowuntil this Friday,November 4, inKapunda.

    There are more than330 quality entries allon display in theSoldiers Memorial Halland the KapundaCommunity Gallery, onHill Street.

    The winning piece, byClare artist ChrisAlway, was announcedat the Gala Openingheld on Friday nightwith over 200 peopleattending.

    Artists Peter McLayand Susanne Laslettwere the judges at theexhibition. Mr McLaysaid, this show has an

    outstanding display ofwork and it was adifficult task to find theultimate winner.

    Chris AlwaysWatercolour had theedge on this occasion.

    The Best inExhibition is sponsoredby the Light RegionalCouncil, that acquiresthe winning entry anddisplays it in thecouncil offices. Thevalue of the prize is$3500.

    Kapunda Rotarypresident Pat Dobbinwas pleased localartists were wellrepresented in the mix.

    Many of the artworkshave already been soldand anyone interestedin purchasing shouldtake this opportunityto view the pieceswhile some are stillavailable.

    Frank Ware, KidmanArt Show committeechairman androtarian, thanked allthe corporate and

    individual sponsorswho had enabledgenerous prizes to beavailable across morethan seven categories.

    He also acknowledgedthe effort of RotaryClub of Kapundacommittee membersand KapundaCommunity Gallery

    The winners were: Kapunda and Light

    Region AnitaThieles Break in theWeather; Oil andAcrylic JudithKittles Spirit of theLand; Watercolour Alan RamachandransWarm Day ; Drawingand Pastels BillTrusloves WinterWarmth; Photographyand Print Media Daniel SutherlandsRunning Riots;Sculpture, 3-D Workand Fabric Arts Malcolm CraigsCocks Girls;Connection to theLand MarianneScarvelis Mates.

    WINNING ENTRY: Chris Alway, who won Best in Exhibition with Wine Track Patterns, andKidman Art Show judge Susanne Laslett.

    Barossa bestrevealed

    THE Young Ambassador Programwas one of the Barossa successstories honoured in theAdvantage SAs Annual Awards.

    The ambassador program, runas part of the biennial VintageFestival, was highlighted byAdvantage SAs chief executiveofficer Karen Raffen whocongratulated winners at theNovotel, Rowland Flat, onOctober 26.

    According to Ms Raffen, weknow that there is a strongcommitment to excellence in theBarossa region, as we seeentrants and award winners ofthe highest quality year afteryear. The regional awards ensurethose who put in the hard workand time to promote and developour regional areas receive publicrecognition for their contributionto their community and the State.

    To acknowledge theirachievements, winners receive aGlass Pear Trophy. Designed andhand-made by the Jam Factory,the Regional Awards peartrophies have becomesynonymous with the Regional

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    Winners were: Sony Centre ArtsAward Barossa Under the Stars;Elders Community Group Award Barossa Area Fundraisers forCancer Inc; Elders CommunityIndividual Award Elly Milne;Westpac Large Business Award Gawler Custom SpecialistJoinery; Westpac Small BusinessAward Barossa Valley CheeseCompany; Department of Tradeand Economic DevelopmentInnovation Award TeusnerWines; Viterra Sports Award Daniella Lambert; HamesSharley Sustainability Award The Green Room, Angaston;Statewide Super Tourism Award Barossa Vintage Festival andthe Adelaide Event & ExhibitionCentre Youth Award BarossaYoung Ambassador Program.

    The event was hosted by BrionyHume, SA Life TV, with morethan 150 of the Barossacommunity in attendance.

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Page 17 - The Herald, Barossa Valley [email protected]

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    Quality andexperience

    HERES something weve all beenlooking for... experts in the field,offering quality and experience thatyou dont need to drive to Adelaide for.

    Tiles for Life, based in Kapunda, is anew showroom offering wall and floortiles for bathrooms, kitchens and livingareas, bamboo flooring and a varietyof accessories, suitable for thebudding do-it-yourself enthusiast, theprofessional builder or anyone inbetween.

    Owner Sam Pansini has more than20 years experience in the buildingand tiling industry and brings thatexperience to rural South Australia.

    As a local Kapunda resident, Samwas aware of the lack of choice in thequality tile and flooring market.

    Why should people have to drive allthe way into Adelaide? By openingTiles for Life, I am pleased to be ableto offer a comprehensive range ofproducts, all meeting Australianstandards, right here in Kapunda,Sam said. Come in and see us andhave a browse though our showroomdisplays.

    Tiles for Life offers a huge range ofcolours and styles including a heritageselection.

    Sam Pansini also has a passion foreco-friendly products, hence hisinterest in bamboo flooring, and isconstantly sourcing and researchingproducts such as the Biogre greenceramic tiles.

    The Biogres ranges aremanufactured to comply with UNI ENISO 14001.

    Sounds a bit complicated, but Samexplains it simply and easily.

    This means that they use a certainpercentage of recovered waste fromother production, that they optimisethe use of water in the factory processreducing discharge to zero, useelectrical energy the majority of whichis produced in-house through the use

    of the most modern cogenerationsystems, and use recyclable materialfor packaging.

    Sams experience in the industry hasafforded him the knowledge ofexcellent suppliers and through thesehe can offer builders a range ofspeciality items and solutions as wellas benefit of his advice.

    The Tiles for Life showroom islocated at 123 Old Adelaide Road,Kapunda and is open 6 days a weekor on Sundays by appointment.

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  • Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Domain Page 1 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    Greenock GemFive-bedroom house on spacious allotment. See Domain P3.

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    Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - Domain Page 2 - The Herald, Barossa [email protected]

    NESTLED among establishedtrees this Port Vincent houseenjoys stunning views over thebay and Gulf St Vincent.

    The master bedroom occupiesone end of the house, enjoysglorious blue sea views and hasa walk-in robe and ensuite.

    The expansive kitchen/livingarea opens onto the deck forsummer living via huge eastfacing glass doors.

    The western wing has thelaundry, two bedrooms which

    both look onto a courtyard andwater feature as well as asumptuous bathroom and studyor fourth bedroom.

    A finishing features of thehouse include the Queenslandhardwood floors, top quality fit,finish and appliances.

    Behind the home, shaded bynative trees, is a wood-firedpizza oven for easyentertaining.

    A triple garage adjoins thebitumised parking area. Quality

    furniture included.This private land holding of

    2015 square metres (about half-an-acre) is a low maintenanceelevated block.

    This is a magazine-styleproperty, the likes of which arerarely seen on the YorkePeninsula. For moreinformation or to arrange aview contact Kym Stanitzkifrom Yorke Peninsula RealEstate on 8853 2533 or 0419850 276. RLA 100637

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    WHAT A SCENE: The views from the Port Vincent house (above) and from the interior (top right).

    SOLA POWERED BEAUTY4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS 2 PARKING SPACES42 Solar Panels, yes this is not an misprint, plus, Four Bedrooms, Ensuiteand Walk in Robe,Large separate lounge, Flat screen TV & Entertainment,Large kitchen, Dishwasher, Spacious open plan family & meals, DuctedR/C Air Conditioning, Extra large double garage umr, Rear verandah,Established gardens and fruit trees, Rain water tank, Set in a great locationon a 772m2 block and close to local schools and shopping. Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

    HUGE ENTERTAINMENT AREAFantastic location this home is set on 1251m2 Allotment withso many features which include,Separate Lounge, Dine, 3Brms, Kitchen with Gas Cooking & Dishwasher, Ducted A/C,Stacks of storage, Dbl c/pt, Games room with slate flooringplus a bar Area, Workshop, Aviaries, Tool sheds, BBQ Area,Rain Water Tanks. The list goes on and all in walking distanceto Main Street of Lyndoch.Sue Schugmann 0419 850 408

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