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July, 2019

Raising the curtain on the 2015 season at Orange Civic Theatre

ENTERTAINMENT LAUNCH: Orange Civic Theatre performing arts manager Michelle Pearce and Orange mayor John Davis have launched the 2015 subscription series. Photo: STEVE GOSCH. 1203sgtheatre1 A CONCERT by the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Shakespeare’s Hamlet were two of the highlights announced at the launch of the Orange Civic Theatre’s subscription season on Wednesday night.
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The 2015 subscription season has the theme Inspire and details the range of shows that will take place next year.

Orange Civic Theatre performing arts manager Michelle Pearce said the subscription series gave dedicated theatregoers, who were willing to commit to at least five shows a year, first choice of seating for each of the shows.

“There are some shows that if you don’t become a subscriber you may miss out,” Mrs Pearce said.

“We’ve got children’s shows, we’ve got Shakespeare, we’ve got Australian performances, we’ve got modern dance,” Mrs Pearce said.

Mrs Pearce said the Sydney Symphony Orchestra was a popular drawcard with its concert selling out this year.

The theatre will also host The One Day of the Year, a controversial look at the way Anzac Day is commemorated in Australia as well as children’s shows such as The 26 Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffths and Terry Denton.

“There’s some really amazing stuff including Miriam Margolyes’s The Importance of Being Miriam, she’s an international actor, she’s been to Orange and she loved her audience,” Mrs Pearce said.

Orange mayor John Davis opened the subscription launch and said the series proved popular this year with 630 people subscribing.

“There are more than 40,000 people living in Orange,” Cr Davis said.

“Last year just under 46,000 people came to a show here in the theatre.

* Sydney Symphony Orchestra – Mozart at the Opera.

* The Australian Tenors – Songs from the Heart.

* Anzac play, The One Day of the Year by Alan Seymour.

* Miriam Margolyes – The Importance of being Miriam.

* Annie (Orange Theatre Company).

* Australia Day by Jonathan Biggins.

* Head Full of Love by Alana Valentine.

* Dewayne Everettsmith supported by Sietta.

* Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase.

* Hamlet by William Shakespeare.

* The Stage West Festival of One Act Plays (Orange Theatre Company).

* Dylan Thomas: Return Journey.

* Mother Wife and the Complicated Life.

* Circus Oz – But Wait … There’s More.

* Monty Python’s Spamalot (Orange Theatre Company).

* Kinship (Bangarra Dance Theatre).

* Natalie Weir’s Carmen Sweet.

For kids:

* Carnival of the Animals.

* The 26-Storey Treehouse.

* I am Jack based on the book by Sysanne Gervay.

* Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes and Dirty Beasts.

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Passionate Romeo recognised

SOCCER player Chris Romeo is the September selection for the 2014 Northern Mallee Sports Star of the Year.
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SUCCESS: Irymple Knight’s Chris Romeo celebrates a goaL against Three Colours in the senior men’s grand final.

Romeo was nominated by his home club, the Irymple Knights Soccer Club, after a successful year as striker for the Knights senior men’s team.

He scored more than 20 goals in the S League season and was vice-captain of the senior team, which won the S-League title and grand final series.

Romeo was named Best and Fairest player and leading goal scorer at both club and league level.

Romeo is seen as a leader in his local community and a passionate, dedicated soccer player.

His passion for soccer is demonstrated on and off the field, by assisting with coaching, developing the junior players and supporting the club’s committee.

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Fire guts Koorawatha home, photos

A family is gutted after their Koorawatha home burnt to the ground this afternoon. Photo KATIE BURGESS.A family is gutted after their Koorawatha home burnt to the ground this afternoon.
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Five Rural Fire Service trucks attended the house fire, led by Koorawatha’s RFS Captain Mark Savva.

Mr Savva says it took 20-25 fire fighters more than an hour to extinguish the blaze.

Anthony Jennings, who lives at the home with his two children, says he is gutted to have lost everything in the fire.

”We have lived here for eight or nine years, and now we have nothing.”

He arrived home at around 3pm only to open the door to flames.

“I just called out for my dog, made sure she was safe and then called for help,” he said.

Anthony Jennings said he was gutted by the loss of his home. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

Help came in the form of Stephen O’Grady who was sitting on the verandah next door.

“Anthony just ran next door and told us to help, I went over to help him with the fire while the others called triple-0,” he said.

Mr O’Grady said that he first helped Mr Jennings remove bikes and other belongings from the verandah, before sticking a garden hose through the window of the house.

“When the window fell out, the house just went up, it was engulfed in less than five minutes,” he said.

Mr Jennings is yet to tell his children what has happened to their home.

They are blissfully unaware at their grandmother’s home.

“Mum will cook us dinner tonight,” he said.

”The kids don’t know that we have no food, no money and no clean clothes yet, but when their school shirts start to stink they will figure it out.”

Mr Jennings was very thankful for the help of the RFS teams who helped with containing the fire on the property.

“These guys left their jobs today to jump in their trucks and help us,” he said.

“It is such a great community and I take my hat off to all of the fire fighters who have come out to help me here today.”

If you would like to help the Jennings family find their feet, you can get in contact with Anthony through the Koorawatha Hotel on 6345 3401.

RFS crews and appliances on the scene included Koorawatha 1 and 7, Bendick Murrell 2, Crowther 1 and Mandolin Private, from Monteagle.

Police are currently investigating the blaze.

Anyone information is urged to call Crime Stoppers or contact Young Police.

Fire guts Koorawatha home, photos A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

Firefighters could not save the Short Street home. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A Koorawatha home was gutted by fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

Firefighters and police attended the scene. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

A witness said this power pole lit up with flames from the house fire. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

Firefighters scour the wreckage. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

Witness Stephen O’Grady tried to help put the blaze out. Photo KATIE BURGESS.

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Club heart smart

RED Cliffs Lawn Tennis Club (RCLTC) can enjoy greater peace of mind after a grant enabled them to buy a defibrillator.
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DONATION: Red Cliffs Lawn Tennis Club president Gavin Lynch (left) and treasurer Brad Lever (right) are presented with a cheque by Merbein and District Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank board member Kath Middleton (centre).

Through a $1500 grant from the Merbein and District Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank, the club bought the life-saving equipment from St John’s

Ambulance.

The cost of defibrillators to community groups and sporting clubs is being subsidised by St John’s Ambulance, after the recent success of its “Defibs Save Lives” campaign.

RCLTC president Gavin Lynch said the equipment was vital in the unlikely event of a sudden cardiac arrest incident at the club.

“We realised through a couple of events last year that we didn’t have one, including the incident where an (SFNL) umpire (Andrew Leske) collapsed at training and was revived by a defibrillator,” Lynch said.

“We wanted to have one here, just in case.”

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Fire caused by electrical fault

THE devastating house fire that claimed the life of three pet cats in Mildura on Tuesday was caused by an electrical fault in the lounge room.
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Not suspicious: Firefighters at the scene of Tuesday’s house fire in Mildura. Picture: Louise Donges

A CFA Mildura spokesman said the fault caused a “raging” fire at the home on the corner of Avocado Street and Hazel Avenue. He said the house had been condemned and would be knocked down.

The incident was not being treated as suspicious.

The sole occupant of the house was visiting neighbours when the fire broke out.

CFA crews from Mildura,

Irymple and Merbein attended and a total of 25 firefighters brought the blaze under control.

As well as losing three pet cats in the fire, lots of the man’s furniture and personal items were burnt.

Yesterday, he was still too upset to speak. His son said he was still in shock.

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