Mildura Weekly : Friday July 25 Vol 8 No 38
Distributed FREE every Friday RIVERLANDEDITION Vol. 8 No. 38 www.milduraweekly.com.au Friday, July 25, 2014 NEWS SPORT Kat’s art of life ABORIGINAL artist Kat Knuth is the first to admit that her work is not traditional – rather a continual quest to learn and try new things. Likewise, she says, it is life’s experiences, which in her case includes several years living in South America, that have influenced the works she creates. BEV STORY met Kat fresh from curating two NAIDOC week exhibitions. See Page 18. ORCHIDS seem to become addictive for many growers and once they have one, they want many more. So it is for Loveday’s Stephen and Marianne Lynch, LEFT. The couple’s collection now numbers nearly 1500 plants, and more than 400 different types. See Page 22. ADELAIDE eightball player Ricky Emery won his second Berri Resort Hotel Open 8-ball Singles Championships on Sunday, defeating 16-year-old Ballarat player Matt Curwood. More than 336 players took part in the titles – four more than in 2013. The event drew large audiences. More Page 19.
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