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Nashos long to list locals

The call has gone out for locals who enlisted for National Service between 1950 and 1959 in and around Griffith to add their names to a list. Thecall has gone out for locals who enlisted for National Service between 1950 and 1959 in and around Griffith to add their names to a list.
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Griffith National Service branch member Jim McGann said the project, started by the late Vic Budd, hoped to create a historical record to be kept at the Griffith War Memorial Museum.

The current list of names, which contains about 250, is at the Griffith City Library and locals are being invited to check its accuracy and add their names to it.

“This is something we want to do inVic’s memory. Registration for National Service started mid-November 1950 until the end of December 1959,” Mr McGann said.

“I was one of the ones who went to afortnightly camp in about 1953 because the Korean war was about to finish.

“In that period of time, up to 1959, we were put on the short list to go to conflict in Malaya.

“It subsided and they didn’t need us.”

Mr McGann said he wanted to complete the list, but had found it difficult due to privacy laws.

“We are putting together this list and don’t want to miss anyone,” he said.

“Our intention is to give the list to the museum.

“This is about making sure all of our history is recorded.

“When I went to find out who was on the register in Griffith I was refused because of the privacy laws.

“It means everyone has to come to us.”

The list can be found at the front counter of the library and anyone with any relevant details is urged to contribute.

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Young gunns at heart volunteer

Bob and Lorraine Gunn moved to the Axedale region 50 years ago and have loved it ever since.
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They helped build the community from the bottom up.

The couple made themoveto begin the regions first caravan park on the banks of Lake Eppalock.

Mrs Gunn said she volunteered in many areas of her community.

She said she struggled to remember each of them.

Mrs Gunn writes for thenews publication, Axedale Antics.

She said she contributed articles to each edition.

“We also publish a brief history of the Axedale region,” she said.

“We do a list of current events and activities in the area, as well.”

Mrs Gunn said she was also involved in the local Country Womens Association.

Mr Gunn said he was also involved in the development of the community area.

“We were both founding members of the Axedale golf club and Bob helped design the course,” Mrs Gunn said.

Mr Gunn received the citizen of the year award two years ago.

He was also a fire captain for 16 years in Mosquito Creek.

Mrs Gunn said volunteering was just part of their “everyday life”.

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‘Pinup’ contest brings back happy days

Self-growth: Nathan Robinson: “This is the first year the competition has had a brother and sister duo,” he said. Picture: Gary Warrick
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SHALVEY resident Nathan Robinson said his self-esteem and confidence was at the lowest it had ever been.

He was going through a divorce; he had lost his home; and he had recently moved back home to Canberra from Western Australia.

Then he entered the Mr Pinup category in the Miss Pinup Australia competition.

The competition focuses on the return of old-fashioned values and vintage fashion — and life started to look promising again for the 28-year-old.

“I’m on top of the world,” he said.

“I met my new girlfriend Miss Wurple Violet through the competition, and then I relocated to Shalvey to be with her and her three kids. It’s been a whirlwind of positives.”

Robinson, who goes by the pin-up name Harley Quinn, won the Mr Pinup NSW category at the state finals on June 29 at Blacktown Workers Club.

The contestant, who draws inspiration from the TV show Happy Days, said the competition was more than a beauty pageant — it was a journey of self-growth.

“We haven’t seen it as a competition and I have made some really good friends,” he said.

“I have been growing personally throughout the whole experience.

“Now wearing vintage — I wear a lot more colour and I have even come out of my shell.”

Robinson said he and his fellow male competitor, Gentleman Jack De Wilde, have become “real good” friends.

“It’s not about beating him,” he said.

“It’s about supporting each other which we have done by talking, bouncing ideas of each other and overall encouraging each other.”

Robinson will see his sister, Miss Annie Key, who is also competing in the national competition on August 2, at Hornsby RSL.

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Abbott meets Lambie after she calls him a ‘political psychopath’

Senator Penny Wong congratulates PUP Senator Jacqui Lambie during the swearing-in of new Senators in the Senate, at Parliament House in Canberra on Monday. Photo: Alex EllinghausenTony Abbott has met the Palmer United Party’s Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie, just days after the new senator labelled the Prime Minister a “political psychopath”.
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The meeting is the latest in a series between Mr Abbott and the incoming senator crossbench, most of whom are expected to back the government’s long-held desire to repeal the carbon and mining, taxes but who could block billions of savings outlined in the budget.

Senator Lambie has also accused Mr Abbott of “parading his daughters around” during the election campaign, potentially risking their personal security.

The meeting took place before Senator Lambie was formally sworn into her role along with other senators, including 11 new arrivals. Liberal Senator Stephen Parry was voted in as Senate president in a secret ballot.

Mr Abbott and Senator Lambie met for about 30 minutes and discussed areas of concern to the Tasmanian senator, including the needs of her home state, veterans and defence issues.

A spokeswoman for the Prime Minister said the meeting was a chance for the pair to compare notes on issues of concern to Senator Lambie.

Mr Abbott has held meetings with Motoring Enthusiast senator Ricky Muir, Palmer United leader Clive Palmer, Family First senator Bob Day, Liberal Democratic senator David Leyonhjelm, Democratic Labor Party senator John Madigan and independent Nick Xenophon.

Senator Richard Colbeck (left) and Senator David Bushby (right) “drag” the new President of the Senate, Senator Stephen Parry to the chair, at Parliament House in Canberra on Monday. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen

He is expected to meet Palmer senators Glenn Lazarus and Dio Wang in the coming weeks.

The new senate is sitting for the first time on Monday, with senators being sworn in and Tasmanian Liberal senator Stephen Parry to be named the chamber’s new president.

Beginning the process of repealing the carbon tax will be the first order of business for the new senate.

Labor Senate leader Penny Wong said the government should wait until a Senate committee report into the carbon price repeal is delivered on July 14 before reintroducing legislation to scrap it.

Ms Wong said the government was rushing the new crossbenchers to score a “political win”.

On being described by Senator Lambie as one of her political heroes, Ms Wong told ABC radio: “It’s very kind of her. I was going to say to Jacqui when I see her in person: it’s not often I’m on the same list as Margaret Thatcher. Women in politics, as we know, have to hold their own and I think Jacqui demonstrates her capacity to do that and good on her.”

Just three of those taking their seats on the red benches for the first time ran the media gauntlet outside Parliament House on Monday.

Senator Leyonhjelm told reporters that his new role, ”scares the crap out of me”.

And Matthew Canavan, flanked by his Nationals colleagues, said it all felt rather like the first day of school.

”It’s a bit better here though because I get along much better with these teachers than I did with my actual teachers,” he said.

The more experienced senators had plenty of advice for the newcomers.

”Take a breath, learn your surroundings and don’t make rash statements,” said Senator Madigan.

Labor’s Doug Cameron advised them not to panic when they didn’t understand what was going on, while iSenator Xenophon urged them not to be forced into gagging debate on the carbon tax repeal.

Labor senator Sam Dastyari had similar wisdom to share: ”Don’t let them bully you, don’t work on their timetable.”

Senator Day said his fellow debutants were eager to prove their critics wrong.

The Family First senator noted the crossbench had been called ”a mish-mash, flotsam and jetsam, bunch of barnyard (animals), licorice all-sorts, Star Wars aliens”.

”All those things we think are hilarious,” he deadpanned. ”We’re all committed to doing a good job.”

with Matthew Knott and AAP

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Call for poppy makers in preparation for Anzac centenary

Interested people are asked to come and help make poppies in preparation for the Anzac centenary.TO commemorate the Anzac centenary, a morning tea is being held on July 19 from 9am-4pm at the Northam Memorial Hall.
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Attendees are asked to bring along red wool, needles, hooks and any green and black buttons.

Knitted and crocheted poppies will be made during the day.

Some wool will be provided and knitters will be on hand to help.

This is a Northam RSL Sub Branch Women’s Auxiliary Project in conjunction with RSLWA.

If those attending wish to have lunch, at the cost of $5, contact Donna Prytulak on 0409 290 972 before July 18.

Thanks to the companies providing wool.

Collection points for the poppies will be at the Northam Memorial Hall on any Friday morning from 9-11 until September, or give Donna a ring for pick up.

For further information and patterns for the poppies visit 5000poppies.wordpress南京夜网, or contact RSL Women’s Auxiliary secretary Donna Prytulak on 0409 290 972.

5000 Poppies is a group based in Melbourne which is looking to place 20,000 fabric poppies in Federation Square in Melbourne next Anzac Day.

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Tea and company kill chill at post-seeding get together

Ideas flourish: Southern Brook Community Association committee members back Paul Antonio, Cheryl Lawrence, Carmel Sands, Mike Vincent, front Dennis Saunders, Allen Lawrence, Dianne Dwyer and John Dwyer (absent Johnno den Hollander).DESPITE the cold it was pleasing to see a good crowd turn up at the annual post-seeding casserole tea night at the local Southern Brook Hall on June 20.
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Southern Brook Community Association president John Dwyer welcomed the gathering and made special acknowledgement to the Shire of Northam for the recent maintenance and repairs to the historic 105-year-old hall.

A sign-posted disabled set down area making easy access to the hall and surrounds was well noted and accepted along with hall maintenance to walls and flooring.

The hall soon warmed up with much chatter and the smell of country casserole dishes and plenty of rice that tempted taste buds.

Dessert followed with tasty cheesecake and home-made apple tart.

It was great to have the company of Kerry and Barbara Saunders, Craig and Fiona Hitchcock and Carmel Sands, all who travelled up from Perth to attend.

Families mingled throughout the evening and included Paul Antonio, Johnno den Hollander, Joan, John and Dianne Dwyer, Angela and Jacob Fitzgerald, Allen and Cheryl Lawrence, Ted and Lorna Leeming, Dennis and Kathy Saunders, Mike Vincent and Mark Wilding.

Congratulations to the parents and siblings of new babes in the area over the past six months.

Nathan and Kylie Lawrence with the arrival of their first born, a son Veejay Nathan. Warren O’Neill and Louise Holder on the birth of their first child, a boy Hamish George.

Jarrod and Allison Street (nee Lawrence) on the arrival of their second daughter Sophie Rose.

Well wishes to local resident Robyn MacMillan who is recovering in hospital after an unfortunate fall on her property.

The catch up at the social event spurred committee members to meet at the hall early this month to discuss, progress and action events and projects for the next year.

The next Southern Brook community calendar event for members and friends is the annual spring picnic to be hosted by Ted and Lorna Leeming at Ullaring on October 20, from midday onwards.

Association enquiries should go to 9622 3494.

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Drivers to choose Hunter’s worst roads

HUNTER drivers are being urged to vent their frustrations on the region’s worst roads.
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The NRMAis asking all drivers to complete the fourth annual survey voting for the worst roads in the area after BrokeRoad, the New England Highway and the Pacific Highway topped last year’s list.

The Seeing Red on Roads campaign will allow drivers to flag frustrating roads on an interactive map.

NRMA President Kyle Loades said the state budget commitments would help, there was still a lot of work to do.

“The NSW Government has committed to several major projects in the Budget, including Stage 5 of the Newcastle Inner City Bypass, the Pennant Street Bridge/Glendale interchange and the extension of the M1 Pacific Motorway to Raymond Terrace,” Mr Loades said.

“However, the Government has also extended the deadline for the completion of the Pacific Highway to 2020, and motorists need to let them know that they will be accountable for their commitments.’’

To vote go to mynrma南京夜网.au/redflag. Voting closes on August 31.

Tippety, tap, whack

SERBIAN tennis ace Novak Djokovic summed it up best when he declared his latest Wimbledon victory as the best grand slam win of his career.
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For those who call tennis as just being tippety, tap, tippety, tap, then footage of the 2014 Wimbledon final between Djokovic and Swiss legend Roger Federer may just sway those views.

This contest between Djokovic and Federerwas not just all about brute force.

There were sublime drop-shots, incredibly accurate serves, and stunning volleys .

This five-set thriller had it all and showed what’s so great about sport.

Never knowing what will happen draws thousands to the court and millions more to tune into the telecast match after match, year after year.

Not just to tennis, but sports of all sorts.

Leading two sets to one and holding a match point in the fourth, Djokovic was on the cusp of victory.

Federer showed the mental toughness and skilll that has netted 17 slams, including seven at Wimbledon, by fighting back to win the fourth set.

Momentum was suddenly back with Federer, who had won the first set, before Djokovic started smashing winners from the baseline.

Over the years I have watched many Wimbledon finals and marvelled at Federer’s play to capture the trophy seven times.

In the early hours of Monday morning it looked like he would rule centre court at Wimbledon once again.

But it was not to be as Djokovic won the fifth and final set, 6-4, and duly celebrated a remarkable victory.

In doing so Djokovic regained the world No.1 ranking and netted a seventh slam.

A four-time Australian Open champion, dual Wimbledon titleholder, and one US Open title, Djokovic has all the court-craft to add to the tally.

Novak’s support team includes Boris Becker as a coach.

Although Novak has overtaken him in terms of grand slam victories, Becker holds a record that’s unlikely to be beaten.

At just 17, Becker won the Wimbledon final in 1985.

Yours truly was a year 12 student at Bendigo Senior Secondary College, but still found time to watch most of Becker’s incredible run to win the most cherished prize in tennis.

The epic battle between Djokovic and Federer capped another remarkable fortnight of tennis-watching.

Canberra’s Nick Kyrgios showed he could be the next “big thing” as his run to the quarter-finals included beating Rafael Nadal.

The victory by Petra Kvitova in the women’s final was one of the most complete performances I have seen in any tennis match.

Kvitova’s play brought back memories of the years when Martina Navratilova and Steffi Graf reigned supreme.

Wimbledon, there’s no tennis tournament quite like it.

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A friendly win for Dunsborough Ducks

Novak Van from Dunsborough Ducks chases the ball as Mark Flynn tries to shephard from the ground.THE mighty Dunsborough Ducks football team travelled to Dalyellupfor a big clash against the Dinosaurs in the South West Masters League.
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The Ducks were once again without important players, with the absence of President Bubbles Hanley an especially big blow to the dynamic ducks line up. Luckily, Hanley was onboard the bus in a support capacity, along with Froggy Bruneton, Al Mechanic, London Bridges and Anywhere Baker’s Dad George.

The support squad did a great job and kept up the spirits of the depleted ducks all afternoon and by games end needed support themselves, such was their celebratory vigour.

The game itself was one played in the best possible spirit with a great camaraderie between the Dunsborough and Dalyellup sides.

Ducks debutant Mark Mazing had the ball on a string early, taking strong grabs and kicking goals with assistance from super coach Magoo Hamilton, JockStrap Novak and another debutant, Bryce Bendigo.

Coach Magoo in particular wound back the clock with his dashing play across half forward, penetrating deep into attack with his deadly left boot.

It was developing into a pulsating contest with each team having the best with the wind in the first half.

Junkyard and Tank on the wings were taking posesssion from the midfield and providing service to the forwards who in due course were having an accurate day in front of the sticks.

Bromley in the ruck couldn’t get his hands on the pill unfortunately and had another dog day out, only saved by the persistent and flawless stoppage work from Ben Finch and Bruce Goose in the centre.

Finch and Goose were using the Sandilands method of centre play and consistently winning the ball off the opposition’s ruck taps.

The final quarter saw the Dalyellup team putting up a final push to get the points in the closely contested encounter.

Luckily, the Dunsborough Ducks had a third player on debut in Paul Marker and what a debut it was.

Repelling wave upon wave of Dinosaur attack, Paul and Bryce Bendigo put the work in where it counted and had a huge influence on the end result.

The backs left everything on the park and must be commended for their efforts.

In the end, the mighty Dunsborough team had the edge on the Dinosaurs in an even, skillful game which was played in the best possible spirit.

Both clubs exhibited the values with which Masters footy should be played and enjoyed a quiet lemonade after the game with no injuries recorded.

Thanks goes to the Dalyellup Dinosaurs for hosting the game and also for gifting Dunsborough their best players to even up the numbers.

The Ducks are looking towards a big finish to the season with only a few games to go, so are calling out to players past, present and future to get down to the club for training on a Friday at 5.30.

As usual, training will be followed by a warm down in the club rooms with a refreshing ginger beer or two, so we look forward to seeing you down there.

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Turn Back Time Tuesday #23Photos

Turn Back Time Tuesday #23 | Photos Megan and Paul Smith of Victor Harbor were proud to announce the arrival of Archie Paul, born on July 2 at the South Coast District Hospital. Archie weighed 8 pounds 5 ounces.
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Lachlan David were the names chosen for Luke Philips and Hayley Hutt’s baby boy, born at the South Coast District Hospital on July 1. Lachlan weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces and was the first child for the couple.

Phil, Tim, Libby, Bonnie, Phil, Shaun, Shannon and James (front) were the team at Bridgestone Service Centre, Victor Harbor featured in an AutoGuide feature in the July 9 paper.

Miriam Ashby showed the beads on sale in MegaHealth to raise funds for Ugandan refugees, while birth guessing game winner Anne Every cuddled baby Kaitlyn.

Victor Harbor’s Jordan Bohnsack was getting ready to play for SA Country in the under 16 national basketball championships.

Goolwa business owners and landlords John Holbrook, Peter Smith, Russell Graham, Josie Butterfield and Ros Holbrook did not want to see the Goolwa Terrace and Cadell Street junction changed.

Laurette Triffett, Adam Stevens and Philip Duigan from Greencorps and Jen Anderson and Hamish Longbottom of Conservation Volunteers Australia took a quick break from their mass planting at Hindmarsh Island.

City of Victor Harbor Mayor Mary Lou Corcoran raised the Aboriginal flag with Goolwa resident and Ngarrindjeri elder Rhonda Casey to mark the 2009 NAIDOC Week.

The building firm behind the Rapid Bay Jetty’s construction, Bardavcol, took out the top prize at the 2009 South Australian Earth Awards for the project in July 2009.

Tram number two, pictured with City of Victor Harbor Mayor Mary-Lou Corcoran and Victor Harbor Horse Drawn Tramway team leader Adrian Cox, was gleaming and ready for action after receiving a major restoration, which close to $60,000, and saw the entire body of the tram stripped and rebuilt.

The Leisure and Learing feature suggested residents take some time out from their busy life and get creative at one of Deb Wight’s many craft classes at Whyte House Gallery.

Huw Harris of Lower Inman Valley turned three on July 6.

Ryder Grooby of Port Elliot turned one on July 18.

Oscar Mulhern of Inman Valley turned one on June 26.

Goolwa’s Gary Lindner at South Lakes Golf Club.

Leon Hall of Goolwa teed off at South Lakes Golf Club.

Goolwa’s Don Mills in action.

Dorinda Hafner kept her audience engaged as she told stories in the Horse Tram Barn for the Whaletime Playtime Festival.

Giving surfing demonstrations at the Whaletime Playtime Festival were Alice Gilbert of Goolwa, Penguin Pete of Granite Island and Georgina Thomas of Middleton.

Jacob Bainger of Mount Jagged, at the Mud ‘N’ Tars practice day at Parawa.

Mount Compass rider Harley Briggs in action during the Mud ‘N’ Tars practice day.

Goolwa’s Jordan Crawford raced around the Parawa track at the Mud ‘N’ Tars practice day.

Tim Pearce of Goolwa battled with Kate Martin of Victor Harbor White during the under 13 hockey match.

Goolwa’s Dylan Bell and Jordan Bishop of Aldinga Beach in action during the under 16 hockey match.

Zane Gerstlauer practiced his kicking during an AusKick session at Victor Harbor Oval.

Alex Shierlaw took a grab during an AusKick session at Victor Harbor Oval.

Brandon Bainbridge kicks during the AusKick session at Victor Harbor Oval.

Goolwa’s Val Newenham smashed the ball at Aldinga Blue’s goalie Helen Watterson during Goolwa’s first win for the season.

Josh Leith was determined at the Victor Harbor Football Club’s Auskick session.

Aldinga Blue’s Airlie Nicholls and Goolwa’s Mel Nobbs found themselves playing in close quarters during the women’s match.

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Each week, we’ll bring you new photos of the news from years gone by.

The front page of The Times on Thursday, July 9, 2009

Cadell Street plan anger

Proposed changes to theGoolwa Terrace/Cadell Street junction aspart of the Alexandrina Council’s CadellStreet Streetscape Improvements angered some business owners and landlords.

They saidthe loss of up to 11 car parksout the front of their businesses would havea severe negative impact and that theplan would create traffic congestion on bothstreets.

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Gravy train; the secrets behind a Ballarat staple

Gravy train; the secrets behind a Ballarat staple Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.
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Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister.

TweetFacebookIN an age dominated by Masterchef and molecular cuisine, few things hit the comfort food button quite like old fashioned gravy. Whether your preference is for jus, gravy or simply sauce Jack Callil learns a few secrets about a winter warmer. Pictures by Justin Whitelock and Jeremy Bannister

Most people refer to the gravy that “mother used to make” but for Fiona at Breezway this was a tough starting point; her mother’s gravy was dreadful.

More Ballarat Food stories, photos and videos here.

But it turned out for the best, her mother’s penchant for packeted variety of gravy has motivated Fiona now to always make it from scratch.

Cooking for the marginalised and homeless at Breezeway, it’s Fiona’s Sunday roast that draws up to almost 100 regulars every week.

“I remember my mother always buying those frozen peas and packeted gravy,” she said.

“Anyone can open a packet though, but it takes something more to make a real gravy.”

Ballaratians know that it’s that authentic, golden-brown nectar that flows strong through our veins.

A mere whiff and we’re back at the dinner table.

We see our mothers loading up behemoth piles of vegies, our fathers picking meat out from between their teeth.

We hear our siblings fight to the death over first use of the gravy boat.

We know it’s what we rely on each Ballarat winter more than our calloused skin, steel hearts and industrial beanies.

As far back as we can remember, we’ve gone ga-ga for that godly concoction of flour, salt, a little red wine and a debatable dollop of tomato sauce.

For Fiona, she knows it’s what keeps us going.

“Everyone here always wants extra with their meals, you can never have enough,” she said.

Fiona said it was her culinary passion that motivates her to volunteer at Breezeway, and her earliest memory of cooking involved gravy.

“Our family used to have Sunday roast every week together, hands-down, no exceptions,” she said.

“Sure, mum had her own way of making it but I suppose that’s what makes it special. It’s the family recipe.”

Every week Fiona continues that tradition, with her kids coming over to regularly share a roast.

“They eat and run,” she said.

However, there’s no place for tomato sauce in her recipe, not when you can use lemon or chilli flakes instead.

“Yuck! It’s just a paste. It’s not a real thing. I’d never put it in my gravy,” she said.

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GALLERY: Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos

GALLERY: Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.
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AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

AUSSIE RULES: Photos from the Goulburn Swans v Yass Roos game, Goodhew Park, July 5 2014 | Photos CHRIS CLARKE.

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So much on offer at Bo Peep

BO PEEP: Cadet journalist Kirsty Davis recently visited local store Bo Peep in search of a unique gift for her friend s babies.Tis’ the season for the pitter patter of tiny feet, with many of us welcoming new arrivals from close friends and family.
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A new baby is a unique blessing to everyone, with many baby showers and welcoming presents, it’s common for the expectant mother to receive a repeated gift; or five.

That’s why heading down to the City Plaza to visit Bek Strugnell at Bo Peep seemed a perfect option for me, as I looked for a gift for my good friend who recently welcomed twin baby boys.

As you walk through the door it feels as though you have stepped into Narnia, a warm rustic interior greets you with colour splashed from wall to wall.

With brands such as Minti, Munster, LittleHorn, Coco & Ginger, Rock Your Baby and the American answer to Bonds; Etiquette, I was flooded with choices.

One of the things that most attracted me to the store was the variety of options.

There were many clothing options for babies and children I had never seen before, from girl onesies with baby pink tutus, to alternative onesies with cartoon caricatures of bearded men and printed lions.

Bek was more than happy to help me find a personalised gift and wandered around the store with me.

Besides the obvious choice of quality clothing, Bo Peep has a wide variety of unique toys, from vintage rag dolls and teddies to children’s instruments.

One of my favourites was a Big Brother Mouse in a Box toy by Danish toy maker Maileg.

A match like box opens to find a cuddly mouse hidden inside with a blanket and pillow – absolutely adorable.

All the products are moderately priced, but based on just appearance you can tell it is custom quality.

I left with a beautiful Etiquette Clothiers vintage box with a bundle of baby boys socks at $39.

The great customer service, and the unique quality products will see me definitely return to Bo Peep.

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