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Dodgy traders, beware
Busy at Strathdale
New Bairnsdale service
A $3.5 million oncology and dialysis unit
has opened at Bairnsdale Regional Health.
The facility houses nine oncology chairs
and nine dialysis chairs, and has increased
dialysis capacity by the equivalent of six
dialysis treatments a day.
Health Minister David Davis praised the
ongoing support of the Pelican Auxiliary,
which raised more than $1 million towards
THERE'S something to do every day at
Strathdale Senior Citizens Club.
On Monday, you can play cards from 1-
5pm while Tuesday activities include paint-
ing from 9-11.30am, indoor bias bowls from
1-3.30pm, cards (sets) from 1-3.30pm or
cards (solo) from 11.30am-3pm.
On Wednesday you can play 500 from 1-
4pm and on Thursday get out for a walk
from 9-11.30am, play indoor bowls 1-3.30pm
or join the group at cards (sets) 1-3.30pm.
On Friday you can get crafty from 9-
11.30am and play 500 again from 1-4pm.
The club, at 155A Crook St, Strathdale,
also organises concerts, trips and luncheon
VICTORIANS are being asked to dob in
dodgy car dealers.
Consumer Affairs Victoria has already
received around 20 reports this year about
possible unlicensed car traders.
"Anyone who trades in cars online, from
their home or elsewhere without a licence is
breaking the law," said Consumer Affairs
Minister Michael OBrien.
He said anyone who offers to buy, sell or
exchange four or more cars in 12 months is
deemed to be acting as a motor car trader.
The hotline number is 1800-351-591,
THE 39th Australian Infantry Battalion
will celebrate its 70th anniversary later
To mark the occasion Carl Johnson,
who compiled Mud Over Blood, a pub-
lished memorial to the now-famous
battalion, is looking to contact families or
former members of the battalion.
Carl plans to re-release the publication
for the anniversary this year, and also for
the 70th anniversaries of a number of the
battalion's famous battles next year.
"We are seeking former veterans or
families of these, who are not known to
the 39th Infantry Battalion Association,
to contact us so they can be involved in
the re-release of this title," he said.
The photograph of Privates Paddy
Little and Reg Tierney (above) was taken at
Daley shortly after the battalion was
formed. Reg was later missing in action on
the Kokoda Track and has no known grave.
Carl would especially like to make con-
tact with Reg's family, and the families of
Leslie Balfour, Hercules Crawford, Victor
Fowler, Albert Grace, Dennis Hackett,
Thomas Herbert, Victor Holness, William
Hourigan, Harry Lubansky, John
McGrath, Sydney Moffatt, David
Priestley and Leslie Speechley.
If you can help, phone 0457-428-631,
World's best head our way
for Goldfields snooker event
BENDIGO will host Australia's first-ever
world ranking snooker event this month.
The Australian Goldfields Open from
July 18-24 will showcase the Goldfields
region through a global broadcast which
will reach more than 66 countries.
Two Australian wildcard entrants will
have the chance to play alongside 2010
World Champion, Victorian Neil
Robertson, the first Australian to win the
World Snooker Championship since 1952.
Thirty-two of the world's best players
will take part, including reigning world
champion John Higgins, world number
four Ding Junhiu and world number seven
The tournament will be played at
Tickets on 5440-6214,
(02) 6495 1933
Personalised tour dates can be
arranged for groups.
(35+ groups, organiser FREE)
6 DAYS, 5 NTS
with 6 pick up points
Tours available from all VIC regions
4 Cooked Breakfasts
1 Continental B'fast
5 Quality Dinners & Morning Teas
VISIT • Eden Whale Museum
• Oyster Farm • Merimbula • Tathra
• Kameruka Estate • Bega Cheese
• Tilba Valley Winery • Tilba Tilba
• Merimbula Aquarium • Bermagui
• Oaklands Barn • S.C. Vintage
Vehicle Club • Twofold Bay Cruise
• All entry fees included
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