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Naracoorte High School presentations | PHOTOS Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.
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Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9. All photos taken by Deb Kloeden, Naracoorte High School

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

Naracoorte High School’s top students in academic, sporting and community fields were recognised at the annual presentation assembly on December 9.

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Zone success for little athletes

MARCH AHEAD: The Milton Ulladulla Little Athletics team display the winning March past trophy. LAST weekend 24 athletes from Milton Ulladulla Little Athleticsrepresented the club at the Mid South Coast Zone competition, which was held at Kiama.
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Representatives were Soloman, Lane, Ella, Harrison, Olivia, Hudson, Keeley, Neeve, Kaden, Ryan, Mel, Lily, Ben, Ruby F, Danielle, Lachlan S, Ruby C, Takesa, Daniel, Haydn, Tarje, Alivia, Melissa and Brea.

After the wet weather of the past couple of weeks it was great to see the sun shining for the entire weekend.

The track and field was still wet in parts, however it did dry out more as the weekend progressed, allowing for some great results to be achieved including lots of personal bests and Lachlan S. broke the u12 zone javelin record, throwing a huge 31 metres.

The club also took out the MSC zone annual march past trophy.

Many of the athletes have now automatically qualified for regionals, which are being held at Leeton in February with the possibility of more qualifying after the results from all zones in the South Coast region have been finalised.

If you are not intending to attend regionals at Leeton please advise Sharon immediately as this could allow another athlete to qualify.

Yesterday the club closed 2014 with some fun activities and a family barbecue and party.

Everyone who attended had a great time and thank you to all the parent helpers.

Unfortunately it did clash with the Ulladulla Public School graduation and the club did miss its fellow athletes and their families.

The club resumes on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 4.30pm.

If you have family or friends who belong to another Little Athletics club, they are welcome to join us while they are holidaying in the area.

Do not forgot about the Lake Illawarra Summer carnival on Sunday,January 11.

It is the third round of the grand prix series with lots of visitors from clubs far afield who are visiting the area making for some good competition.

Milton Ulladulla Little Athletics would like to thank Mollymook Golf Club for their most generous sponsorship this season.

Please have a happy and safe Christmas and new year with your family and friends.

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Blacks and Bulls to battle again

FLASHBACK: Maitland and Singleton will do battle once more after the Bulls were re-instated to next year’s Newcastle and Hunter Rugby Union premier competition. Maitland and Singleton will re-ignite their traditional rugby union rivalry in Newcastle and Hunter premier division next year.
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The Sarroff-Gresham Shield will be back up for grabs in 2015 after the Singleton Bulls were granted re-entry into next year’s top tier competition.

The Bulls were officially confirmed as starters this morning after two seasons in lower divisions, which means Singleton will once again come up against traditional rivals the Maitland Blacks.

Maitland and Singleton had played for the Sarroff-Gresham Shield annually when they were both part of the same competition.

Maitland won the last encounter between the two clubs 58-5 at Marcellin Park on August 18, 2012.

The silverware will be on offer again when Maitland hosts Singleton next year.

The new-look 11-team draw is set to be finalised this week with the season to commence on April 11.

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Democracy broken: Weinmann

THOUSANDS of ratepayers missed out on voting in this year’s council elections because of a change to electoral laws.THOUSANDS of ratepayers missed out on voting in this year’s council elections because of a change to electoral laws.
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Only 54 property owners living outside Murray Bridge voted in the election last month, down from 2500 eight years ago, despite a targeted public awareness campaign.

The drop was due to a change in voting laws: property owners, business lessees and non-citizens are now removed from the electoral roll on January 1 of an election year and have to re-apply to vote.

At its meeting on December 8, the council called on the Local Government Association to assess the State-wide impact of the laws and lobby for a return to the old rules.

Cr Jerry Wilson said the current system was not conducive to getting a proper election result, and Cr Theo Weinmann said he was surprised at how many permanent residents of Murray Bridge were unable to vote.

“The Electoral Commission or somebody’s not doing their job,” Cr Weinmann said.

“It needs fixing urgently.

“They should automatically have the right to vote if they’re paying rates.”

The full impact of the changed electoral law first became evident in 2010, when non-resident property owner votes fell by 94 per cent, but it took a second poor showing this year to bring the council to act.

The original argument for the laws, outlined in a 2007 report to the State Government, was “one person, one vote” – South Australians should only get to vote once in one council election, no matter how much property they owned.

The extra expense of maintaining two electoral rolls – one for voters in State and Federal elections, another for property owners – was also a factor.

On the other side of the argument was the catch phrase “no taxation without representation” – because a majority of council income comes from property rates, property owners should have more say.

The two ideas will clash again if the State Government considers whether to change electoral laws again next year.

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Best of sport from 2014

Best of sport from 2014 Football 2014: Ryan Darling of Blyth/Snowtown
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Footbal 2014: Daniel Schell of BBH

Football 2014: Jamie Howcroft of South Clare

Football 2014: South Clare v Eudunda/Robertstown

Football 2014: Brodie Murphy takes a speccy

Football 2014: Eudunda/Robertstown v North Clare

Bowls 2014

Bowls 2014

Bowls 2014

Bowls 2014

Bowls 2014

Netball 2014: BSR v Blyth/Snowtown

Netball 2014: Blyth/Snowtown

Netball 2014: BSR v BBH

Netball 2014: South Clare v North Clare

Netball 2014: Min Man v Blyth/Snowtown

Cricket 2014

Cricket 2014: BJ Whiting

Cricket 2014

Cricket 2014

Cricket 2014

Tennis 2014

Tennis 2014

Tennis 2014

Tennis 2014

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