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06/12/2012 - New Website Launched
Welcome to the new MGS website

New features available include:

- Search stock (upcoming or previous auctions)
- View Previous Auctions
- Preliminary listings for all in room auctions
- Updated Auction Categories for the Mailing List and notification types
- Add your favourite items to your wishlist and be notified of them once catalogued
- Buyer access for invoices
- Vendor access for account sales and stock

If you've attended one of our auctions and provided your email address, or bidded online, in the past 6 months then you're already in our system.

You can check via the Register link on top right of screen and reset your password for access.

The MGS login process is currently separate from your Interbid login. 

We have more features to come including integration with Interbid registrations.

03/11/2012 - The Advertiser - "Home and office gear up for grabs"
The below article was published in The Advertiser on Saturday 3rd November 2012.

06/10/2012 - The Advertiser - "Memorabilia and catering goods for sale"
The below article was published in The Advertiser on Saturday 6th October 2012.

27/09/2012 - Australian HPV Super Series - Pedal Prix

Mason Gray Strange recently sponsored Craigburn Primary School (Entry 111)
in the third and final Round of the UniSA Australian HPV Super Series.
The final round which is a 24-hour endurance race was held at Sturt Reserve,
Murray Bridge on the 14th - 16th September 2012. It is the biggest single HPV
 race in the world with more than 220 teams from around Australia. Over 3,000
 competitors take part and Sturt Reserve turns into a mini city over the weekend
 with a permanent population in excess of 7,000 people. The Australian HPV
 Super Series is an annual championship held in South Australia featuring HPV's
 (human powered vehicles).

Congratulations to all the students involved in the Murray Bridge 24 hour race.
Craigburn Primary School achieved their best ever results in their brief history at this event.
They had over 70 entrants in their category in which they achieved a 3rd and a 10th place.
They were the only school in the category to finish with 2 cars in the
top 10 positions which was a fantastic achievement.

15/09/2012 - The Advertiser - "Sewing machines on offer"
The below article was published in The Advertiser on Saturday 15th September 2012.