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GENUINE CLEARING SALE

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GENUINE CLEARING SALE
A/c Jeffrey Eyears
935 Spring Grove Road SPRING GROVE
Property sold
SATURDAY 18TH JUNE 2022
COMMENCING 9am

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GENUINE CLEARING SALE A/c Jeffrey Eyears 935 Spring Grove Road SPRING GROVE Property sold SATURDAY 18TH JUNE 2022 COMMENCING 9am

GENUINE CLEARING SALE
A/c Jeffrey Eyears
935 Spring Grove Road SPRING GROVE
Property sold
SATURDAY 18TH JUNE 2022
COMMENCING 9am

 

FARMING MACHINERY EQUIPMENT:
International 696 with Front end loader, International 574 with re-built motor, Ford 5000 with under axle blade, Hebru
60hp tractor with Perkins motor, Case 970 tractor, John Deere 400 Loader/Backhoe (not starting), Case Loader
with 4 in 1 bucket & rippers (not starting), Louisville 800 Truck tipper, Honda CTX 200 Ag bike, 1 x 600L Hardie
Boom spray with telescopic boom, 1 x 800L Silvan Boom Spray, 1 x 400L Silvan spray tank, Jarrett Grader blade 3ptl,
Fertiliser Spreader, Howard 6ft slasher, Field bin, Howard 5ft Rotary hoe, 3 x Tyne Ripper, Howard 6ft Rotary hoe,
11ft Massey Ferguson Curly Tyne ripper, 5’6” Massey Ferguson Curly Tyne ripper, 11’9” Massey Ferguson Scuffling
ripper, 2 x International Post Hole diggers, Jarrett Ploy pipe layer, David Brown 2 x furrow Mouldboard Plough,
International Mouldboard plough, International 6 x furrow Mouldboard plough, 1 x steel roller, International 24 plate
offset plough, Flip bucket, New Holland trailing Hay rake, Farm Dog trailer, 30ft Wideline Scarrifier, 25 tyne Wideline
Scarrifier, Stump jump harrows, 1 x Round Poly trough, Farm tipping trailer, calf crate, Irrigation pump with pipes,
Tractor weights, Large Molasses tank, Block splitter 3ptl, Post Driver, Forks 3ptl, 2 x Carryalls, Donnelly Post Hole
digger 3ptl, Kubota Ride on mower (not going), calf crush, Murray Ride on Mower, 17’6” Farm trailer with steel floor,
Series B tractor cab, Star pickets, Cement pipes, Aluminium pipes, 2 x IBC containers, Rolls of wire mesh, Scales,
Tractor draw bar, plastic drums, Poly pipe and fittings, Rolls of Barbed wire, Plain wire, Case tractor seat, Diesel
Storage tank, Pallett Ripper parts, Floats and spare parts, steel gates, lengths of cattle rail,
WORKSHOP & MECHANIC TOOLS:
Toolex Lathe, Toolmac Milling Machine, 3Three Phase pedestal grinder, Sheet metal bender, Toolex 300 Mig
welder, 3 Phase Miller Thunderbolt XL welder, Shipping Container, numerous fanbelts, Compressor with Petrol
motor, Oil filters, radiators, Overhead Gantry, Endless Chain, Steel cabinets, Oxy set, Patio heater, Buckets, Gerry
cans, Hydraulic Press, Dual wheel tyre remover, Containers of Oil and chemicals, 44 gallon drum pump, drums,
numerous steel work benches, small rubber tyres, 15 x I beams, Large number steel trusses, Three Phase steel cut
off saw, Isuzu Motor & gearbox, numerous sprockets and gears, wire cages, Assortment shovels and hammers,
Truck axles and rims, 2 x Ride on mower decks, Conveyor belt, numerous axles with wheels, Mechanical ute
crane, Large quantity socket sets and hand tools, Pneumatic had tools, Screwdriver sets, 3 x trolley jacks, Stihl
066 Magnum chainsaw, Stihl 026 Post hole borer, Large quantity 12v electric lights, fittings and spare parts, 2 x
utility tool boxes, Large assortment of nuts and bolts, Sorting trays, 2 x pressure washers, Ass of electrical tools
including grinders, drills, circular saws, planers, Vehicle stands, Quantity of Petrol pumps, Genelite generator, Hose
reels, Hydraulic Porta pack, numerous metal cut off saws, blades and sanding discs, Numerous large spanners,
stilsons, shifting spanners, grease guns, car jacks, numerous lengths of 100mm RHS, steel offcuts off angle, flat bar,
I beams, roller doors, welding rods, measurement tools, large impact sockets, trestles, ladders, wire mesh, pipe
bender, top hat battens and lifting chains
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & ANTIQUES:
2 x Two door timber wardrobes, 1 x Three door timber wardrobe, 1 x Two door timber tallboy, Round glass 4 seater
table.
PLUS OTHER ITEMS TO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
OUTSIDE VENDORS:
A/c Gerry Davies
Tru-Test Ezi Weigh 2 Livestock Scales, Renegade Air compressor and hose, Stihl 039 chainsaw, Makita 255mm Drop
saw, Bex air driven nail gun, Solo Hand sprayer, Wild dumpy level and stand, 2 x 42W solar panels, Tycoon 24vDC
to 240vac inverter, stick welder and helmet, Alva Laval cream separator, pump and bowls, 2 x cattle prodders, calf
milk bottles, GMC jigsaw, Nail gun (small)
A/c Arthur Sainty
Single bed slat base, single bed mattress, microwave oven, , toaster oven, VHS Tape recorder, 2 x Electric frypans,
Camping toilet, Drum BBQ, Plasterboard Sheet lifter, 20 litre Gerry cans, 75 litre Petrol container, 4 x Air Pruner
handsets, Stihl backpack sprayer, walk behind motorised rotary hoe, Garden Mulcher, Kubota ZG222 Zero turn
mower 22hp Approx. 211hours.
A/c Chris Ensby
Electric duck plucker, Assorted hand tools, Stock saddle, Bore Pump
A/c Owner
2 tonne cattle feeder
CATERING BY MCKEES HILL HALL COMMITTEE
Payment: Cash or Cheque on Sale day
PHOTOS AVAILABLE ON WEBSITE: www.mccormackrealestate.com.au
www.mccormackrealestate.com.au
102 BARKER STREET CASINO
PH: (02) 66621577
Darren: 0407 152 354
Peter: 0427 042713
McCORMACK PTY LTD
LICENCED AUCTIONEERS CASINO
GENUINE CLEARING SALE
A/c Jeffrey Eyears
935 Spring Grove Road SPRING GROVE
Property sold
SATURDAY 18TH JUNE 2022
COMMENCING 9am

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Clarence Valley News

Second death in custody at new jail

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Second death in custody at new jail

By Tim Howard

A 29-year-old inmate has died at Clarence Correctional Centre on June, the second man to die in custody at the jail in the past six weeks.
The man, identified as Dictor Mayen Dongrin, was due to front Coffs Harbour Local Court the following day on two charges of common assault, one of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and two of stalking and intimidation. 
A spokesperson for the jail operator Serco said Mr Dongrin was found unresponsive in a medical holding room by staff around 1.30pm and was pronounced dead by paramedics shortly after.
Serco, Corrective Services NSW and NSW Police were investigating the incident.
All deaths in custody are subject to a coronial inquest.
Mr Dongrin was also involved in a apprehended domestic violence hearing with another family member
The court has ceased all proceedings involving Mr Dongrin because of his death.
The spokesperson said Serco extends its condolences to the family and friends of the man.

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Coffs Harbour News

FUNDING BONANZA FOR OUR NEW FESTIVAL AT COFFS HARBOUR

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FUNDING BONANZA FOR OUR NEW FESTIVAL Coffs Harbour Education Campus

FUNDING BONANZA FOR OUR NEW FESTIVAL

The Big Bonanza festival, to be held for the first time on the Coffs Coast in November, will now be even bigger thanks to $200,000 in funding from the NSW Government.

Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh said he is pleased the Festival organiser, Gig Big, has received this significant support from the Regional Events Acceleration Fund.

FUNDING BONANZA FOR OUR NEW FESTIVAL Coffs Harbour Education Campus

Member for Coffs Harbour Gurmesh Singh, The Big Bonanza festival director Ben Lewis and Coffs Harbour Mayor Cr Paul Amos at today’s announcement at CHEC playing fields.

“The Big Bonanza is a two-day music, comedy and food festival to be held at Coffs Harbour Education Campus playing fields on 4 and 5 November,” Mr Singh said.

“The funding will help with the staging of this live entertainment extravaganza – in particular securing the headline music and comedy artists including Wolfmother, You Am I, Dave Hughes and Judith Lucy, and for temporary event infrastructure which will improve accessibility and inclusion for people with disability.

“The Big Bonanza is anticipated to be a major drawcard for Coffs Coast locals and visitors, which will help to boost our local economy.”

Mr Singh said the Regional Events Acceleration Fund is supporting the growth of existing regional events and attracting new major domestic and international events.

Coffs Harbour City Council Mayor Councillor Paul Amos said: “Not only does Coffs have the Big Banana, but now we have The Big Bonanza coming to our world-class CHEC in November this year. This is yet another flagship event for the Coffs Coast and another feather in our cap adding more colour to the year-round events calendar.

“We know how to stage big events and our community knows how to have a great time, bring on The Big Bonanza,” Cr Amos said.

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Northern Rivers Local News

Oasis Park Development Halted

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Oasis Park plan

Oasis Park Development Halted

 

Story by Lara Leahy

 

Plans were submitted for an extreme sports facility to be built at Carool to go with an existing DA for health retreat style accommodation.  Last week, Tweed Shire Council voted to refuse the Development Application for the park.

 

The initial DA for 35 cabins, and 5 rooms, also include a 4-bedroom site management house and attached granny flat has not yet been issued with a construction certificate.  The latest DA is for indoor and outdoor facilities for sports including motocross, mountain biking, skateboarding as well as gym and trampolining facilities spread over 18,902m2. Between the proposals, there was confusion as per the use of the facilities and how much would service the patrons vs public use.

 

There are 11 reasons council gave to turn the new development down.  Included in which is incomplete information on stormwater management, bushfire risk research as well as risk to potential existing indigenous heritage.  Inadequate infrastructure, such as sewerage, electricity, and car parking were also cited as concerns.

 

Issues regarding noise and light that would see up to 60 patrons visiting a day and up to 200 over 4 annual events were not addressed by the submission.  It was unclear how much of the clientele was to be from public use as opposed to visiting patrons.

 

A large concern was raised in regarding its visual amenity, with two large block sheds at the peak of the development, breaking up the sight lines of the surrounding hills.  The large amount of concrete, asphalt and exposed earthworks were also not considered to be in keeping with the “picturesque hills of Carool.”

 

One of the two sheds were over the height limit stipulated by council, causing interest for the airspace above the shed.  “The application was referred to the Gold Coast Airport Authority as the site has a ground level above the relevant Obstacle Limitation Surface Contour and therefore the development would breach this plane. The Gold Coast Airport Authority advised a full assessment would be required.”

 

Other incomplete information included traffic studies as well as flora and fauna impact contributing to the hesitancy to provide support for the development. Public concern was also considered when 18 of the 21 public responses received in regard to the development found to have objections to the proposal.

 

Two options were presented to council, to refuse the DA or to present them with an opportunity to provide further information.  Due to inconsistencies and inadequacies with the assessment of the works, council officers recommended the first option and refused the DA.  It was found that the “development proposal is not consistent with the Aims of Tweed Local Environmental Plan 2014 to promote the responsible sustainable management and conservation of Tweed’s natural and environmentally sensitive areas and waterways, visual amenity and scenic routes, built environment, and cultural heritage.”

 

The DA report and associated documentation is available on the Tweed Shire Council website.

 

 

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