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ISSUE 1070 FRIDAY, MAY 18, 2018

TIME OUT All Seasons’ bid rejected

By SHARON KEMP

GAMBLING opportunities in Bendigo are set to shrink and attention is being focused on the long hours of access gamblers already have to poker machines in the city. Asked to extend liquor licence trading hours at the All Seasons Hotel, the City of Greater Bendigo this week said no because it did not want gamblers to have more time at machines, or more access to drinking. Councillors were also concerned that the All Seasons, Bendigo’s largest pokies venue with more than $5.5 million going into machines in the six months to December 31, operates outside the city’s entertainment area and adjacent to housing. But drawing attention to the generosity shown to operators in the past, councillor Andrea Metcalf said her research showed the Bendigo District RSL Club was effectively able to operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “The liquor licence for the RSL was granted by the Victorian Commision of Gaming and Liquor Regulation in 1987 (and) this licence essentially gave the business 24 hour service rights except for a period between 1am and 10am on Sunday mornings,” Cr Metcalf said. “The city agreed to a variation in 2014 to allow the serving of alcohol on Sundays.” The RSL is located in North Bendigo, also outside the entertainment district, and it closes at 4am Thurs-

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Footy first backs a worthy cause FEMALE football will be celebrated on Saturday night as Strathfieldsaye and Kangaroo Flat’s women’s teams combine for a good cause. The two clubs are fielding their first senior women’s sides this year, providing the inspiration for a Pink Sports Gala Night featuring three junior games and a

senior match under lights. Along with the footy there will be collection tins, a bake sale, raffle tickets and barbecue, raising funds for Breast Cancer Network Australia. The junior matches start at 5.30pm, with the senior women and under-18s taking to the field at 7pm.

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day to Saturday and at 2am Sunday to Wednesday, an hour later each day than the All Seasons. The owners of the All Seasons want to extend its hours to 4am Thursday to Saturday and 3am on other days. “I was interested to read in the documentation submitted by the applicant that the reason behind the increased hours was to remain competitive as a business as the RSL already had approval for similar hours,” Cr Metcalf said. She voted to refuse the All Seasons’ application, arguing that the RSL licence predates the current policy of the council that sought to discourage convenience to gambling.

The city agreed to... allow the serving of alcohol (in 2014) Councillors elected in this term have taken a vocal stance against gambling, throwing their weight against a bid by Bendigo Stadium Limited to put 44 pokies into the Wellington at Botanic Gardens Hotel and by the Bendigo Club to add 16 machines.

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Gold Mines Hotel sold ONE of Bendigo’s most popular and historic watering holes has been sold. The National Trust-listed Gold Mines Hotel, located on Marong Road, was offered for sale through agents McKean McGregor. Real estate agent Jayden Donaldson yesterday confirmed the sale of the property, which had been due to go to auction today. Mr Donaldson said the property had been purchased for an undisclosed price by a Melbourne-based investor who was looking to continue the historic pub’s long and proud tradition as a key player in Bendigo’s hospitality industry. He said there had been strong interest in the property from both local and Melbourne-based interests. The Gold Mines Hotel was built in 1872, and is located on a prized about 0.5 hectare allotment that includes stunning heritage gardens that have helped the pub regularly earn a spot in the Top 100 beer gardens of Australia. Two other significant local hotels are also on the market, with the British and American

Hotel on Eaglehawk Road being offered for sale as a freehold going concern business with hotel licence or as a passive investment. The Newmarket Hotel, located on the corner of Charleston Road and Nolan Street is also for sale. THE rental market in regional Victoria offers opportunities for investors and some good value for tenants, if indeed they can find a place to rent. That might not be as easy as it sounds, with REIV data revealing that rental vacancy rates in regional Victoria fell again in April to 1.7 per cent. That’s even tighter than Melbourne, where the ever-increasing supply of new apartments has kept the rate to two per cent. Availability outside the capital is about half that of five years ago, and it is no surprise that median weekly rent has ticked up slightly to $315 per week. While over the last year median rents across regional Victoria for four-bedroom and two-bedroom houses have risen (by 4.2 per cent and two per cent respectively), there have been no increases in other

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NEW OWNER: The historic pub has been sold. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN dwelling classifications. Landlords are receiving gross rental yields of between 4.1 and 4.8 per cent on regional dwellings, which compares favourably with metropolitan yields, where only one-bedroom units in inner Melbourne (five per cent) are returning slightly higher. Weekly median rentals on two-bedroom units are still below $200 in Moe, Kyabram and Benalla, while the median on same sized units are nearly double that in Geelong ($393) and Torquay ($360). Three-bedroom houses in Morwell, Kyabram, Stawell, Merbein and Churchill have rental

medians of under $250, but for tenants in Jan Juc ($480), Torquay ($450) Barwon Heads ($420), renting a three-bedroom house is a more expensive proposition. Gisborne ($400), in the Macedon Ranges, is the only location outside the Surf Coast and Greater Geelong in the top 16 median weekly rentals for this sized dwelling, indicative of the increasing popularity of Victoria’s second biggest city and its environs as desirable places to live. Gil King, CEO, REIV


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A matter of principal

EDUCATION minister James Merlino has refused to meet two former Bendigo South East parents who are calling for an end to an investigation of principal Ernie Fleming, ahead of a decision. Ken McCulloch and Laurie Whelan asked for the meeting after writing to Mr Merlino describing the effects the Department of Education and Training investigation was having on Mr Fleming and his family. Mr Fleming has not worked at the school since the start of the 2017 school year but the department has cited privacy issues for remaining silent on what was behind his withdrawal from work. The Bendigo Weekly published in March 2017 a segment of a DET letter that said the school was the subject of a financial audit.

But it has only been in recent months, thanks to lobbying by Mr McCulloch and Mr Whelan, that the department has been open about investigating Mr Fleming. A spokesperson said the department had completed its investigation and was finalising a decision. “There are a number of steps to be taken but we still expect to have the matter resolved by the end of May,” the spokesperson said. Mr McCulloch and Mr Whelan said the length of time the investigation had taken had exacted the biggest toll on Mr Fleming. An investigation that would normally have taken three months had extended out to 18 months, they had been told by senior department officials. But Mr McCulloch said the officials would not talk specifically about Mr Fleming’s case.

He had written to Mr Merlino through Bendigo East MP Jacinta Allan requesting a meeting with the education minister but this week learnt a meeting would not take place before a decision was made about Mr Fleming’s future. He said the lack of any infor-

he and his family. “It is a dilemma because we are pushing to get the issue resolved, keeping it public and it adds to the angst of the family,” Mr Whelan said. “But I guess we felt we needed to get it resolved.” Both supporters had children

But I guess we felt we needed to get it resolved.

mation from the department had allowed rumour and innuendo to flourish. “Ernie has been shamefully treated. Shame on them,” Mr McCulloch said. Mr Whelan said he was conscious that talking publicly drew more attention to Mr Fleming’s situation and potentially created more anxiety for

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who attended Bendigo South East College and they were both supporters of Mr Fleming’s work that had created the school most sought after by parents of the four schools in the Bendigo Education Plan. “He has been hung because of the success of the school,” Mr Whelan said. BSE boasts an enrolment of more

than 1500 students compared with Weeroona College, Eaglehawk Secondary College and Crusoe College which have enrolments of between 400 and 600 students each. “There is an element of the success of the school and the demand on it and the programs that have been built over the years that Ernie has been a key driver of,” Mr Whelan said. “I guess our concerns are this investigation has taken so long, it is having a huge personal impact on the families involved and the direction of the school is in abeyance until it is resolved.” Mr McCulloch said Victorian principals would be watching for an outcome. “Because if it ends with Ernie being cut down, it will stifle any innovation in public education for the next 10 years,” he said.

Political party backs Carters

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Hospital helipad nears completion VICTORIA’s air ambulances will be able to transport critically ill patients to Bendigo hospital from June 27 when the newly-built helipad at the facility becomes fully operational. Before then, Bendigo Health and construction consortium Exemplar will brief neighbours about how the helipad will operate, including laws that prohibit certain behaviour in the vicinity.

Once the helipad becomes certified by the Civil Aviation and Safety Authority, no drones will be able to be fly within five kilometres of the hospital. Exemplar chief executive Michelle Morrison said the legal controls over helipads mean trees under the flight path will have to be kept trimmed. A community information day is set down for May 30.

Ms Morrison said the helipad and carpark, which formed stage two of the new Bendigo hospital project, were Exemplar’s gift to Bendigo, and were included to make the consortium’s bid more competitive. The design of the hospital means critically ill patients arriving by helicopter can be transported from the helipad, across the airbridge to a hot lift and be in the resuscitation unit within minutes.

Air ambulance officers will be able to train on the helipad from June 4 and from June 27, the landing space will be open to emergency helicopters. “It is amazing to think the entire project is almost complete,” said Bendigo East MP Jacinta Allan, who with Ms Morrison and Bendigo Health chairman Bob Cameron put the final paint touches on the red cross that marks the exact landing position.

THE political party that last month urged foreign minister Julie Bishop to give settlement priority to South Africa’s white farmers has organised a petition with 10,000 signatures in favour of the Carter family whose land in Marong is the subject of a compulsory acquisition bid. The far-right group Australian Liberty Alliance has addressed the petition to Bendigo West MP Maree Edwards and planning minister Richard Wynne, asking him not to approve the City of Greater Bendigo’s request to forcibly acquire the land. The primary petitioner, ALA secretary Ralf Schumann, addressed Mr Wynne: “Your decision today can play a significant role on 24 November 2018”. Mr Schumann was referring to this year’s state election. But he declined to say when or how the party would pass on the petition. In Perth, Avi Yemini

submitted a petition in April to Ms Bishop urging her to support calls for persecuted South African farmers to be allowed to settle in Australia. Mr Yemini is the activist who organised a rally for the Carters on the steps of the Victorian parliament house last week. Mr Schumann told the Bendigo Weekly there was no comparison between the events unfolding around the Carters and the forcible removal of South African farmers from their land. But he said: “What is being done to the Carter family is outrageous and unjustifiable”. “We hope public sentiment will convince the minister to reject the forced acquisition pursued by certain councillors in Bendigo,” he said. “After all, it is an election year. “The campaign also builds momentum for the Carters, in case this expropriation has to be defended in court.”

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Repairs stalled

REGIONAL car owners are disproportionately disadvantaged on technical support, according to Gejay Automotive Bendigo director Gary Pinner. Car manufacturers or dealerships make it difficult for independent mechanics to get access to a vehicle’s technical information including codes and pin numbers, to service or carry out repairs, he said. Not having access to the data could mean transporting the vehicle to a dealership in another regional city or Melbourne. Labor wants to impose a mandatory code on manufacturers and dealers that requires them to share technical information with independent mechanics “on commercially fair and reasonable terms”. Bendigo MP Lisa Chesters said the move would enhance competition in the vehicle repair and service sector, and level the playing field for independent firms, such as Gejay Automotive. “If you choose your local independent repairer, because you have a relationship, then they should have access to the data,” she said. “The big manufacturers, the car dealerships, I acknowledge that they will hate this because we are breaking up their monopoly, but it should be about your choice.” Labor wants the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission to have oversight of the mandatory code. “At this stage, the ACCC has recommended that it be done so it is a ministerial decision,” Ms Chesters said.

hands on: Gary Pinner and Lisa Chesters. Earlier this year Mr Pinner lobbied in Canberra for changes that would help independent repairers. He said the limited amount of data that was available to the aftermarket was a concern. “We find that in a lot of cases our customers are happy to come to us, not necessarily go to the dealer, but when we are unable to access certain information, we have to refer the vehicle to the dealer and that can mean taking the car hundreds of kilometres,” Mr Pinner said. “In the regional areas, that can make it very difficult and if I have to refer our work to a dealer in other regional ar-

eas or in Melbourne, it takes work out of our workshop and makes it difficult to survive in the long term.” He said there was no reason why car owners had to take their car to dealerships or manufacturers for aftermarket care even if it was under warranty. “Independent dealers are skilled and can do the work but the infornation denied to us are the service codes and codes in relation to repairing certain parts of the car,” he said. “That is why we are very vocal, it will benefit all the aftermarket repairers in our area.”

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La Trobe land up for sale

TWO parcels of land owned by La Trobe University have been placed on the market Head of campus Rob Stephenson this week confirmed two of La Trobe’s property holdings had been deemed surplus to the organisation’s requirements during the process of developing the Bendigo Campus Master Plan and subsequent commitment to the capital investment in the campus transformation program. The high-profile site on Edwards Road has been described as a sensational investment or de-

velopment opportunity, and offers Commercial 1 zoning across three titles of land covering more than 21,400 square metres. The land has been deemed surplus to the university’s needs, and includes long standing blue chip tenant Bendigo Telco in a 918-square-metre modern office complex, leased through until September 2023. Lot one comprises 6300sq.m of vacant land, while lot three provides 10,860sq.m of vacant land. The property is wedged be-

tween Strath Village and Kennington shopping centres and the university campus. Tweed Sutherland First National have been appointed selling agents, with the land being offered for sale by Expression of Interest over a four-week marketing program. Now owned by La Trobe University, the general residentialzoned property at 5 Friswell Avenue is being offered for outright sale by agents Dungey Carter Ketterer or as a potential joint venture opportunity with the vendor.

The prime 3.343-hectare site with approved 48-lot subdivision was bought by brothers Ken and Herb Hesse about 50 years ago. The brothers operated the well-known Hesse Brothers Electrical on Lyttleton Terrace from the 1930s, and saw the Flora Hill land as a shrewd investment opportunity, a decision ratified by the education department when they purchased the site years later. Situated in an area of Bendigo where new residential lots are

now rare, selling agent Dungey Carter Ketterer anticipates demand for any new residential lots to be strong. Director Matt Bowles said the site had been vacant for some time, and described the property as “one of the better residential developments of its type to come onto the market for some time”. Sale of both properties will require approval of the Victorian government land monitor, and cannot be sold below the Victorian Valuer-General valuation.

Food on the menu for city growth

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Students step out for Red Shield Appeal The Salvation Army launched the Red Shield Appeal in Bendigo on Wednesday. Major Andrew Walker of the Salvation Army Bendigo said the Salvos are aiming to raise $50,000 in the Bendigo region this year to help meet the growing demand on local services. Girton Grammar School, long-time supporters of the Red Shield Appeal in Bendigo,

will once again get behind the campaign. This year about 300 students will knock on doors in Bendigo and Castlemaine, adopting an innovative high-tech approach. The school has developed an online tool that enables students to map out the geographic area where they plan to collect. It allows students to sign up for a specific targeted area so

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there is no overlap in their fundraising efforts. About 300 students will knock on doors in Bendigo and Castlemaine. Headmaster Matthew Maruff said the school was pleased to support a charity that provides services in the Bendigo region. “Work includes the provision of drug and alcohol abuse programs, support for domestic

violence and family breakdown assistance,” Mr Maruff said. In Bendigo, the Salvation Army has worked with more than 2000 families and individuals in need of support over the past 12 months. Assistance has included financial and material support, counselling, financial counselling, and drug and alcohol addiction support.

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FOOD will form part of Bendigo’s next economic development strategy as the city seeks to capitalise on its growing reputation for food tourism. But City of Greater Bendigo deputy mayor Jennifer Alden is also keen to include agribusiness in the strategy to protect local agricultural land. The notice of motion Cr Alden submitted to council on Wednesday night said sustainable water management system mapping and modelling for climate change should form part of the strategy. “The purpose of doing so is to further support our local food economy via the identification of premium quality agricultural land for a range of productive uses and investments in order to safeguard it from competing, non-complimentary land uses,” Cr Alden said. “My desire is to see council build its capacity to implement new approaches to supporting, diversifying and growing the local food economy. “In particular by recognising that a strong local food system not only has health and environmental benefits, but also benefits local economies through job creation, greater investment in local businesses and increased farm viability. “It is about diversifying our farm base and building resilience in our food system. “This work can support many smallscale farmers in our rural communities and townships wanting to implement production practices that regenerate their farms.” Mayor Margaret O’Rourke told ABC Central Victoria yesterday food was a strong part of Bendigo’s ethos now, “in terms of the activities that happen around our farmer’s markets and Food Fossickers and so on”. “Jen’s motion was to think more strategically about that, looking at particular clusters within greater Bendigo, at soil types which are really good for particular types of produce,” Cr O’Rourke said.

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On Wednesday Kalianna School and North Bendigo preschools held a Pamper Day for mums and special people. The schools have worked together over a number of years and have enjoyed many activities together. These include literacy circles and story time, along

with Blue Earth Fitness, fruit sharing and lots of Christmas activities. Kalianna and some of the students catered for the event. Teacher Rob Brown said North Bendigo Preschool and Kalianna have a long and proud history of working together, to the benefit

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V/LINE has marked an unwanted milestone this month, notching up three straight years of Bendigo line trains running late. According to the operator’s performance monitoring data, V/Line has recorded as on time less than 92 per cent of its Bendigo trains for 36 consecutive months. Figures released last week show that 85.4 per cent of trains for April were on time, an increase of 2.5 per cent on the previous month but still nearly seven per cent behind the operator’s target figure. “This is the highest punctuality result on the Bendigo line in the past six months and we will be working hard to ensure this

trend continues,” V/Line CEO James Pinder said. Across the network, one in every seven trains did not run within V/Line’s on-time target of five minutes and 59 seconds for short-distance journeys (Bendigo, Ballarat, Geelong, Seymour, Traralgon) and nine minutes and 59 seconds for long journeys (Swan Hill, Warrnambool, Bairnsdale, Shepparton). V/Line did meet its target 96 per cent for reliability, with 97.4 per cent of trains delivered across the network. Bendigo services saw their third straight month of meeting reliability targets, at 97.5 per cent for April. The performance figures came as the Victorian Auditor General released a report into

the effectiveness of the $3.65 billion Regional Rail Link project. The report found that it is difficult to determine whether value for money on the project has been delivered, given the former Department of Transport’s “poor benefit management practices”. ”It is very challenging, and perhaps impossible, to measure the expected benefits of the project. It is therefore unclear what level of value for money has been achieved,” the report stated. The Auditor General found that since the link’s opening the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Rescources and Depertment of Treasury and Finance have not attempted to assess the value or

achievement of any realised or potential benefits delivered by the project. What was clear in the report is that Bendigo has not benefitted as greatly as other regional areas, with no increase in twohour peak services to Bendigo since 2012. In the same time, at least one such service has been added on each other regional line, including the Gippsland corridor, and only five of the projected 11 peak services delivered on Metro lines. It found that the expected capacity generated by the project had not been reached, and that any Airport Rail Link using Sunshine as an interchange could add further strain on that increasignly congested part of the network.

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Gold mine hits a milestone IT took Fosterville Gold Mine 11 years to pour one million ounces of gold from its open pit and underground operations near Bendigo, but only two years to pour the next 500,000 ounces. The operation, owned by Canadian gold miner Kirkland Lake Gold, reached its 1.5 million ounce milestone this week after 13 years of mining. Kirkland Lake, which is listed on the Toronto and Australian stock exchange, claims to have access to another 1.7 million ounces of gold underground at the operation, and continues to spend millions of dollars exploring for more reserves. The mine employs about 450 people. The geographical nature of the orebody requires a specialised process to free the gold from the host rock. Fosterville is one of only about a handful of operations around the world that uses bacteria in processing, called Biox technology. The mine has been owned by a number of companies since 2005 when it first started operation in its current form.

MORE than 1300 people flocked to Strathdale’s Beischer Park for last weekend’s annual Mother’s Day Classic fun run. Participants in the popular event helped raise almost $40,000 for research into breast cancer. This year’s Classic was the tenth for Bendigo, and the 21st in the national event’s proud history. Talented teenager Yazmin Hayes was the first participant home in the four kilometre run, while Luke Brophy was first in the eight km event. Results, more pics - Pages 16-17

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Extended hours denied 3From Page 1 The VCGLR has the ultimate say in pokies numbers and it rejected Bendigo Stadium’s bid and approved the Bendigo Club’s. There is concern Bendigo Stadium could pull out of operating the Wellington in White Hills, as the organisation has stated its plans to refurbish the pub were not sustainable without income from the pokies it proposed. This week, councillors reiterated their disapproval of pokies.

Deputy mayor Jennifer Alden, who has led the charge in the past, said All Seasons’ proposal may have adverse social impacts on the community because of the increased hours available to gaming facilities. “On my calculation, (approval of the All Seasons’ application for extended hours) means it is closed for the whole week for only 32 hours,” she said. The All Seasons Hotel and the Bendigo Stadium were contacted for comment.

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IT’S a good thing lawn bowler Aaron Wilson has become known for his celebrations, because the 26-year-old has yet another honour to add to his ever-growing sporting CV. After claiming Commonwealth Games gold in the men’s singles on the Gold Coast, Wilson has been named the Cloud Copy Click Sports Star of the Year winner for April. Wilson became just the third Australian to win Commonwealth gold in the men’s singles and the first Bendigonian to win a lawn bowls gold at the games since Don Sherman. Wilson’s 21-14 victory

over Canada’s Ryan Bester on the competition’s penultimate night was a masterclass, punctuated with an unconventional but memorable celebration. In the fashion of former singles gold medallist Kelvin Kerkow, Wilson ripped his shirt off following the victory, enhancing his reputation as one of the characters of the sport. “It was going to be a tight game but it’s very exciting to get a gold medal for Australia, it’s absolutely awesome,” he said. “I got behind really early, again just needed to get myself in the game, played a

couple of good shots to get myself back into it and one thing led to another and got the final few shots.” Wilson is a former winner of the Sports Star of the Year, taking out award two years ago for his exploits in winning a world title alongside Brett Wilkie and several national championships. He joins cyclist Sam Crome and junior ice hockey star Emily Davis-Tope as monthly winners ahead of the 2018 awards. For more information, or to nominate for Sports Star of the Year or the Sports Star Scholarship Program, go to www.bendigosportsstar.com


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Wall in memory placed beneath new trees planted along the Calder Highway so the solution was to build a memorial to fit all names. Mr Meager said the City of Greater Bendigo would contribute to landscaping and had facilitated the grant which was awarded through the Victoria Remembers major grant program with the help of Bendigo West MP Maree Edwards. “It is through community projects such as these that all Victorians can learn more about our war related heritage and the stories of the brave women and men who have served their nation,” Ms Edwards said. “I’m very excited for the Kangaroo Flat RSL sub-branch and this project that the volunteers and supporters at the sub-branch have worked tirelessly to plan.”

grants available GRANTS for community capacity building, improving childhood health and literacy are open through the Community Foundation for Central Victoria. Through three funds, there is $12,000 available. The Adroit Insurance Group fund is offering a total pool of $5000 to projects that support or improve young people’s access to and retention in learning. The Sue and Graeme Clarke fund has a pool of $2000 to support organisations that provide opportunities for children to thrive. The Bendigo Stadium fund has $5000 available to community capacity building opportunities.

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ONE of Bendigo’s most active RSL sub-branches will construct a new memorial wall, in the process creating space for the names of 65 of its service personnel from World War I, and more standing room for people attending Anzac and Remembrance Day services. The Kangaroo Flat RSL sub-branch has received a $80,000 grant to build the wall at its memorial on High Street. Design plans show the existing flagpole will remain and the wall built behind creating more room for visitors to services held at memorial. President John Meager said the sub-branch had lost its Avenue of Honour over a period of time, the plaques laid at the base of trees had gone missing. Replacement plaques were not allowed to be

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The annual Nara Dreaming Exhibition will combine the work of central Victorian visual and performing artists to provide a crosscultural exhibition. The various mediums include painting, photography, sculpture, jewellery and craft work. The exhibition runs through Reconciliation Week. The curator Anne Conway said the key phrase for the exhibition is Reconciliation in Action. Dennis and Ann Murray will be on hand on Sunday, May 27 to introduce visitors to their dingoes. Devonshire Tea will be available either for groups or individuals. The Nara Dreaming Exhibition aims to raise funds for Bendigo community radio station, Phoenix FM. It also has the support of Reconciliation Victoria. The exhibition will be held at Avisford, 1023 Calder Alternative Highway Lockwood, and will run from Friday, May 18 to June 3 on weekends only or for special bookings. For details go to www. naradreaming.com.au.

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Work with spirit

If you enjoy studying faces, the latest exhibition in the Bendigo Bank Centre, Exhibit B, will provide you with great interest. As a student of life, local artist Jane Ineson looks for the inner strength and spiritual qualities of her subjects. “Working from life allows me

to respond with greater depth and sincerity,” she said. “I am interested in spiritual likeness, and intrigued by the surprise truths that are discovered from drawing honestly in the moment.” One of her particular portraits, of Ron Connely (pictured

centre) was painted near Omeo in remote high country. The painting was short-listed for the 2017 Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. Communing through Portraiture, Paintings and Drawing by Jane Ineson will be on display until June 4.

Cat Canteri’s is showcasing her newly-released album in Bendigo on Saturday. Inner North has its roots firmly planted in the neighbourhood that Canteri calls home – the inner northern suburbs of Melbourne. Famed for its immigrant culture, cafés and thriving music scene, her family ties to this area go back to before 1900. Canteri feels a deep sense of connection to the people, places, spaces she grew up in, and the songs on Inner North play out as if the listener is riding a tram down High Street, contemplating stories untold within each building. Backed by long time musical collaborators Justin Bernasconi (guitar), Ben Franz (bass) and Justin Olsson (drums), Canteri and producer Jeff Lang turn her songs into miniature but epic soundscapes supporting her smoky alto voice and vivid storytelling. The show includes guests Sherri Parry and Well Into Winter. Cat Canteri plays the Old Church on The Hill, 36 Russell St, Quarry Hill on Saturday May 19 at 7pm.

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Bendigo residents are invited to have their say on a redevelopment option for the historic Bendigo Gas Works site in Weeroona Avenue. A community drop in session will take place from 3.30pm to 6pm on Wednesday at the Bendigo Tennis Centre pavilion on Nolan Street. The redevelopment option, endorsed by the Greater Bendigo City Council, includes new pedestrian/cycle path links across the creek to Lake Weeroona, an interpretive trail, a new plaza for events and markets. It would also include

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an event space in the heart of the site, new lighting and other services, conservation of heritage buildings, new vehicle access and parking and landscaping. City of Greater Bendigo mayor Margaret O’Rourke said in addition to endorsing the redevelopment option, the council has supported a decontamination project at the site and agreed to provide $45,000 to develop schematic designs and cost estimates for the future of the site in consultation with the community. “Late last year we said we would hold a community drop in session to al-

low residents to have their say on the project and councillors and staff from the Heritage and Property areas will be available to chat to residents at the session,” Cr O’Rourke said. “I encourage all interested residents and those who live nearby to drop into the session and have their say.” The Bendigo Gasworks site is an important heritage asset that operated from 1860 to 1973. All of the gasworks buildings and equipment are largely intact but in very poor condition as the site is frequently subjected to illegal entry and attacks by vandals.

Although closed for many years the site is heavily contaminated from its previous use as a gas works and the Department of Treasury and Finance is planning and funding the decontamination of the site. “Cleaning up the site and developing a plan for its future use will help protect this important heritage asset and provide opportunities for the broader community,” Cr O’Rourke said. An estimate of costs for the redevelopment option cannot be determined until the schematic design work is undertaken by the council.

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I recently read Whispers from the Gallery by Dianne Dempsey, Bendigo Weekly, April 6. It was, in short, a fairly scathing review of the current exhibition policies of the Bendigo Art Gallery under the direction of Karen Quinlan. On one hand Ms Quinlan was praised for attracting thousands of tourists to Bendigo, and on the other condemned for turning the art gallery into a “frock shop”. It is as Bendigo arts patron, Anne Power, has commented, “a dilemma”. The problem is that little or no support is being given to the local Bendigo arts community, or seemingly for Australian art. Instead we currently see the fabrics of Marimekko from Finland and recently: Contemporary Art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong; Grace Kelly’s dresses; American Dreams; Hollywood Costumes by Edith Head; Marilyn Monroe memorabilia and that eight-metre high, wind-up-herskirt statue, Forever Marilyn, that almost made the nearby bronze of Queen Victoria blush. The sad thing is that the Bendigo region has some great artists who rarely, if ever, get their work seen. Certainly some of the local artists of the recent past, such as Leonard French, Bill Delica and Roger Kemp have one or two works in the permanent collection. But as local artist Stanley Farley pointed out in Ms Dempsey’s article, “The gallery could visit artists working in the region. Commission exhibitions that talk about a sense of place and have a broad emphasis on where we are.” The Ballarat Art Gallery, on the other hand, has a strong policy of supporting Australian artists with recent surveys of Pam Hallandal, Kevin Lincoln, Chris Canning (from Ascot) Yvonne Audette, Michael Shannon (from Heathcote) and of course their Lindsay Gallery, permanently celebrating the Lindsay family (Norman, Daryl, Percy, Lionel, Ruby et al) from nearby Creswick. What we are witnessing is a cultural dumbing down, a turnstile exhibition policy determined by box office rather than any higher or local cultural values. It is definitely an unAustralian policy that by ignoring the local art scene, condemns it. Its not just the local artists who are angry, its also local ratepayers who see their rates and taxes being used to support overseas art. Meanwhile, the cultural cringe lavishly wines and dines at their expense in the Bendigo Art Gallery. Jeff Makin, Chewton

Congratulations to the City of Greater Bendigo on the fabulous McIvor Road underpass. This is a great example of continuous, connected infrastructure that makes travelling by bike and walking a real option for people of all ages and abilities. McIvor Road was a major barrier on an otherwise highly navigable shared path connecting Epsom and Spring Gully. Now, with the underpass complete, the entire journey is interrupted only by a handful of road crossings, most of which are minor, one of which is signalised. The underpass redraws the map for cycling in Bendigo. It’s a boon for families heading to Lake Weeroona, mountain bikers riding to the trails, kids riding to school, and commuters (kiss the traffic goodbye and enjoy a peaceful, uninterrupted journey in a green space). With freshly painted murals brightening the Mundy, Williamson and Miller streets underpasses, the trail is also proving increasingly popular with joggers, dog walkers and recreational cyclists. Connected, attractive and trafficfree trails like this add real value to our city. Keep up the good work. Nicola Dunnicliff-Wells, Flora Hill

Upgrade causes downturn The VicRoads website states that the upgrade to Napier Street will greatly improve the way people and traffic move through the busy White Hills area. Sounds good, but spare a thought for the retail outlets in White Hills who are already suffering from a large downturn in their weekly sales. With works continuing, the limited amount of parking and reduced foot traffic this situation will not improve over the winter months. Local residents are concerned, if people do not support their local shops there is a probability that they may not be around in the future. It may be great to have a nice new road for people to move through the area but not to the detriment of losing our White Hills identity We implore people to continue to support the White Hills shops even after the upgrade is completed. Bill Knight and Wendy Betts, White Hills

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the historic law courts. Many people have been pushing for a museum for many years with little support. I notice that the mayor said the council was “supportive”, however, they need to be active or this project will be lost to private ownership as was Fortuna when council sat on their hands until it was too late. We cannot afford to let this fantastic opportunity slip through our fingers yet again. Fortuna was lost as a public asset despite federal and state support and having a comprehensive business plan fully developed, simply because council was not on board. Lobbying by all interested groups and stakeholders needs to start now for our own museum before it is converted into office space or apartments or whatever. Stuart Symonds, Bendigo

Council blunder One has to congratulate Ted Coleman on his well-written, clear and precise critique of council’s case to compulsorily acquire land and develop a Marong Business Park against the wishes of the people. (Opinion, Bendigo Weekly, April 26). He drew our attention to media statements made by certain councillors that underpin and defend council’s decision to compulsorily acquire good farm land. He showed the councillor’s claims about manufacturing’s eco-

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nomic contribution, due diligence and “fake news” to be doubtful. His critique demonstrated just how far out of touch some of our representatives have become with the real people. He was right to assert council appears to want to be an entrepreneur, developer, financier and speculator, all with an unknown amount of ratepayers monies. It seems some councillors and staff act with impunity outside of their role as elected representatives and employees. Given the demonstrated weakness of council’s position it is now important to see what minister Richard Wynne will do with council’s application to apply the overlay, and whether he will give council permission to apply a public acquisition order over the land. Critics are not opposed to an industrial park, but it should be proven by those in favour that it will succeed and that business will contribute and provide employment. At the present time the evidence is just not there; it does not pass the pub test. Bill Collier, Golden Square

Divulge the costs Thank you Michael McKenzie for pointing out the shortcoming of the City of Greater Bendigo’s grab for extra rates for the recycling charge of $1.25 million, (Bendigo Weekly, Letters, May 11). I totally agree with Michael, when

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he argues it is unacceptable that ratepayers, particularly the less well-off, should be asked to shoulder the burden of extra costs when savings can be made. He also suggests readers will know which costly non-core ideas and crusades that deliver no tangible benefit for residents could be trimmed by council. Again Michael is spot on with his analysis of the core service of the council that should be delivered efficiently, or at the least cost possible to ratepayers. I have a simple challenge for Mayor O’Rourke and CEO Niemann. Tell us the ratepayers of Bendigo the amount of monies to date expended on the deplorable grab by council to “compulsory acquire” the Carter family farm at Marong. The legal fees should be easy to ascertain and divulge, calculating other costs may be a little more difficult but easily achievable and will be considerable. My guess the figure will be a shock to most ratepayers and could have been used instead of increasing charges for waste collection. Worse still, these costs have been incurred by council having flagrant disregard of recommendations of an independent panel. What happened to the open and accountable governance that was promised by councillors standing for election less than two years ago? Max Turner, Bendigo

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Ride of sadness LARGE numbers of cyclists will gather in Epsom tomorrow morning for a ride with a difference, one where sadness and solemnity rules over the usual jubilation and joy associated with the privilege of riding a bike. This year’s Ride of Silence is the first since last year’s tragic death of promising cyclist Jason Lowndes, who died from injuries sustained on Friday, December 22, after he was struck by a car while training on the Sedgwick Road, south-east of Bendigo. The police investigation into Jason’s death is ongoing. For many in our community, the pain and sadness associated with Jason’s death will always be raw. Jason was an extraordinary talent, and by all accounts, an even better person, loved by all who were fortunate to know him. He was widely respected by his peers as a rider with a wonderful future in the sport he loved and enjoyed. Jason represented Australia at the Road World Championships in Qatar in 2016, finishing sixth in the gruelling under-23 road race, an effort that gave a glimpse of the potential he had to offer, and the dream

Editorial Comment he was never able to fulfil. His untimely death reminds all of us of the fragility of the life we are fortunate enough to have, and the Ride of Silence, an annual international bicycle ride to commemorate riders killed and support those injured while riding on public roads, continues to garner support as each year passes. So our Ride of Silence is also a ride of sadness. The ride helps raise awareness among motorists, among the public and governments, as well as police and other relevant stakeholders of the ever present dangers cyclists face when they are on the roads. It’s also a poignant time for cyclists to reflect on their own actions, and to be mindful of the need to obey the laws of the road at all times, and to be equally wary of other road users. The event has been held internationally since 2003, while in Bendigo, it’s been an important part of the

cycling calendar since 2006. The ride is by no means a celebration; nor is it meant to be. The Ride of Silence is supported by Victoria Police, and ride organisers have completed all necessary application requirements with VicRoads for the ride, which starts in Epsom from 9am on Saturday. The ride continues into the heart of the Bendigo CBD at a steady pace, all the way to the fountain, from where riders will disperse. The event also has in-principle support from the City of Greater Bendigo, and will take about 15 minutes to complete. There is nothing defiant about a ride such as this and it is also not a protest, but it is a gesture of solidarity and a reminder to us all to exercise caution and extreme care at all times when we are sharing the road. In a city where cyclists do not always enjoy the support and respect of other road users, Saturday morning’s ride is an opportunity for all road users to reflect on our attitude to others, our adherence to the law, and whether the decisions we make and the behaviour we choose to demonstrate are appropriate, and respectful towards others.

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SATURDAY will provide some bingeworthy televison for some. Meghan Markle and Harry will be married. It’s like a televison show we’d watch on Netflix. Fantasy world, where nothing seems real, money no object. It will be a production to behold. Now I was born and raised in the United Kingdom, in the reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second. I am neither a monarchist or a republican, but I suppose I just went with the flow. Britain had a monarchy, and that’s the way it was. On the occasions I witnessed any part of the

pageantry, most notably the day Charles and Diana were married, I was impressed by how it seemed to come together in a tremendous spectacle. You cannot fail to be impressed by the Household Cavalry in all their glory under full livery trot by.

pretty major events to put Harry on the throne, and with Ms Markle-Windsor at home, he would probably rather stay husband than king. In my mind this puts it in the merely entertainment bracket. He’s not likely to get the top job, but he’s still

In my mind this puts it in the merely entertainment bracket Or when the Royal Horse Artillery rides by with field guns and limbers in tow. It’s all pretty spectacular. But that was the UK, and this is Australia. Is there any need to fawn after a wedding which is merely marking the union of the sixth in line to the throne? It would take some

on the payroll. A nice job if you can get it, and what’s more he has Ms Markle-Windsor at home. While the royal family has had its traumas over the years nothing beats the big one in 1936. King Edward VIII ascended the throne in January, but abdicated in December because he was not allowed to marry his chosen one. An Ameri-

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can divorcee called Wallis Simpson. Oops, American divorcee... how times have changed, and for the better I think. This leaves Harry free to marry the chosen one. As I have put it in the entertainment field any of us can choose to watch it or not. We won’t be condemned or castigated for tuning in. And to be honest, it makes as much difference as choosing to watch the latest Star Wars movie or not? The choice is yours. It’s probably a breather for the royals to let Meghan’s dad take some of the heat off them with his latest stunts, but when it comes down to it, it’s all about whether the happy couple have a good day. Harry’s the real winner of course, and after the big day he has Ms Markle-Windsor at home.

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AAG operates a suite of services to achieve its mission, including training, employment, social enterprises, support services and social activities. “We acknowledge the generous contribution of our volunteers and will hold a morning tea during National Volunteer Week at PepperGreen Farm in North Bendigo,” CEO Michael Langdon said. “This is a great opportunity for us to say thank you to the volunteers who give their time, creativity and enthusiasm in helping AAG do what it does best, supporting people to achieve their life goals.”

s part of National Volunteer Week, the City of Greater Bendigo will hold functions to thank the more than 500 people who volunteer with the organisation. This year, the National Volunteer Week theme is: Give a little. Change a lot. The council’s chief executive officer Craig Niemann said National Volunteer Week was a great opportunity to celebrate the contribution of volunteers. “It’s our chance to say thank you to our volunteers for their continued efforts,” Mr Niemann said. “The city is very fortunate to have so many passionate and dedicated volunteers, many of whom have been with the organisation for many years. “We couldn’t do all that we do

without the help of all our volunteers. “Whether it’s supporting Bendigo’s most popular festivals, helping us provide food services or assisting tourists to experience the best of Greater Bendigo, volunteers are critical for us to provide the services we do. “Volunteering helps create stronger, more connected and more resilient communities. “We always welcome new volunteers, so if you have been thinking about putting your hand up to help, there are plenty of fantastic opportunities available with the City of Greater Bendigo.” For more information phone 5434 6000 or go to www.bendigo.vic.gov.au/volunteering

worthwhile: Bendigo council is always seeking more volunteers.

Thank You Dr Michael Langdon CEO, of Access Australia Group, would like to sincerely thank all our volunteers for their ongoing support and much appreciated help that they continue to give to PepperGreen Farm, Access Our Shed and Access Skills Training. The contribution that our volunteers provide is integral to the success of Access Australia Group’s services, providing support, friendship and skills to our participants.

Head Office: 33 Mundy Street, Bendigo

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volunteers: Dave and Karon Morcombe help bring Bendigo’s past back to life.

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A rewarding experience K aron and Dave Morcombe came across an advertisement seeking volunteers for Central Deborah Gold Mine more than 12 months ago at the Bendigo Volunteer Resource Centre. And have since found a somewhat different meaning to the word retirement, after discovering the joys of volunteering. Because every Tuesday and Wednesday you’ll find Karon and Dave at Bendigo’s historic Central Deborah Gold Mine, joining an enthusiastic band of volunteers and employees at one of Bendigo’s premier tourist attractions. “We’ve met lots of interesting people and some who are extremely well travelled,” Karon said, who volunteers as a surface guide. While Dave’s former mechanical engineering background is vital

as a mine maintenance volunteer, keeping the mine’s plant and equipment operational, including the gigantic stamping machine which now stomps into life periodically much to the delight of the younger visitors. “The kids really get a buzz when we fire up some of the old equipment, and an even bigger buzz when they successfully pan for gold,” Karon said. “The Morcombes have a great rapport with all our visitors and are a much appreciated addition to our team,” Central Deborah Gold Mine’s manager Karl Penrose said. For more info on how to meet new people while promoting Bendigo’s heritage and becoming part of Bendigo’s goldrush story, visit www.bendigoheritage.com.au

u to all the City of Greater o y k n a Bendigo’s dedicated volunteers Th

Become part of Bendigo’s story Meet new people, show off our city and help us make memories for our visitors. Volunteer at Bendigo Tramways, Central Deborah Gold Mine or the Bendigo Joss House Temple.

Stories you’ll remember (03) 4444 2826 www.bendigoheritage.com.au

As Mayor of the City of Greater Bendigo, I would like to thank our more than 500 volunteers who give up their time to help us provide so many services to our community. Our volunteers contribute approximately 2,500 hours of service per month or over 30,000 hours per year. Without their help, we simply could not offer some of our services. Thank you for your commitment to our community. - Mayor Cr Margaret O’Rourke

Our volunteers are involved in helping us deliver services in the following areas: • Food services • Social Support Group

• Bendigo and Heathcote Visitor Centres

• Bendigo Easter Festival

• Capital and Ulumbarra Theatres

• Bendigo Art Gallery and Post Office Gallery

• Bendigo Writers Festival

• Yo Bendigo • Landcare and environment • Home visiting program • Children’s events

If you would like to volunteer with the City of Greater Bendigo, please contact us on 5434 6000 or visit www.bendigo.vic.gov.au/volunteering

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Bendigo Weekly – Friday, May 18, 2018

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POLLARD 00:52:09 W G DEANE : 1 YER WHITTLE Holly HAYS Wallace 00:28:54 Oliver KEAN 00:27:27 Rhiannon 00:23:56 Aleesha 00:56:51 Contact: Contact: Cairns Wallace 0419 Cairns 531 841 0419 531 841 Contact: Jacinta Contact: McIvor Jacinta 0418 McIvor 592 228 0418 592 228 T E EAGLEHAWK EAGLEHAWK BENDIGO BENDIGO EAGLEHAWK EAGLEHAWK NORTH BENDIGO NORTH BENDIGO N T IN T U AGeorgie Web ID: 641735 Web ID: 641735 Web ID: 641049 Web ID: 641049 Rachael RALPH 00:29:12 Bradie SHELDON 00:27:28 B Eva BODNO 00:24:09 WHITTLE 00:56:51 S E 2B Honeysuckle 2B Honeysuckle St St 3a Thunder 3a Thunder St St 55 Orlando 55 Orlando St St 207-209 207-209 Holdsworth Holdsworth Rd Rd I L M $239,000 - $249,000 - $249,000 $550,000-$580,000 $550,000-$580,000 Janine RALPH $239,000 00:29:16 Jye MATHESON 00:27:29 Sallyanne HO 4 4 2BARTLETT 4 42 4 00:24:14 4 2 4 4 2 4 2 4 2 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 1 Macey MURPHYOPEN: SAT 00:29:23 Steve HAMMER 00:28:01 Christine PITSON 00:24:28 OPEN: SAT OPEN: 11.30-12.00 SAT 11.30-12.00 OPEN: 9.45-10.15 SAT 9.45-10.15 MEN Four kilometre run Nicole MAYES 00:29:25 Baz LEVER 00:28:34 Crystal WEST 00:24:32 Lachlan CARR 00:14:20 ROBINSON 00:29:31 Bruce PETTS 00:29:25 Lynley McDONALD 00:24:37ICE D ICEJosie D Adam PARKER 00:15:08 E E R R Carol LOVETT 00:29:35 James RYKERS 00:29:30 C C Abby TAITE-MILLS 00:24:43 P U P U Jackson EADON 00:15:32 D D Amilia ROSE 00:29:45 Josiah STAPP 00:30:52 Lila ROBINS 00:24:56 E E Merlin TZAROS 00:15:34 R R Matilda ROSE 00:29:45 Ric BOYD 00:31:03 Bella ROBINS 00:24:57 POTENTIAL PLUS POSITION! 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MOTHER’S DAY CLASSIC 2018 RESULTS Name

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WOMEN Eight kilometre run Jill Samara Ash Kat Chelsea Jacinta Sandra Jessica Michele Casey Janet Amberlie Maree Frances Melanie Claire Susie Laura Sarah Ruby Lucy Maree Claire Sophie Laura Jane Holly Mitch Bree Andrea Karen Ashlee Sheridan Breeanna Sally Stacy Kate Donna Samantha Ann Clare Joanne Stacey Terri Nadene Georgie Meron Jenny Carrie Annaliese Kyla Melissa Emma

WILKIE SCARFF DISTON MILLS WHITTLE BATH DISS CUNNINGHAM EASON MILLER HODNETT DEANE PLATT WALSH CLARK ELLIS YOUNG DAVIES KETTERER McCUBBIN RODDA O'CONNOR KNOX O'SHANNESSY NIELD AZUL RILEN TREVENA MCKERN HOBBS QUINLAN ELLIOT OLSEN ISAACS MONICHINO WINZAR TODD CRAPPER BOSTON HAMMER MCCARTHY WHITTLE MACDONALD KETTERER MACDONALD STEPHENS PYPER STONE MORGAN BARTY AUCOTE PECKHAM GIBBONS

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Jodie Sarah Kate Anita Georgina Ashlee Kiraly Lorrian Kellie Sally Julie Trudi Jodi Marlow Clare Fiona Lou Gayle Karen Adele Georgie Tamieka Kelly Lauren Wendy Tarryn Shaynie Nicole Kristin Sue Kayleen Hazel Louise Jacinta Jaime Kathy Belinda Yvonne Megan Rhoda Narlinga Jane Vicki Megan Jess Julie Erin Greer Karen Kaia Jessica Talitha Emma

SHELTON MOERKE HARE MARSHALL PATERSON GERBER DEALY BECKETT GOOD MILLER HERBERTSON DOUCH LOWE SCHNEIDER BLAKELY DAHLHAUS BRAY DEASON McGOWAN HAYES BROWN MCERVALE HOCTOR MURPHY BAUERLE BEACHAM FLAHERTY O'SULLIVAN RAINER WALTON KELLY SHEEHAN MURRAY MASTERS COLES MCCONNELL DOBBIN HIGGOTT WELLER MORGAN MORGAN ANDERSON NAUGHTON KEALY BUSSELL HOUGH SMITH TATT CARPENTIER LANGEDER BRAGG TRAVERS MOORE

00:44:34 00:44:47 00:44:49 00:44:56 00:45:04 00:45:42 00:45:44 00:45:44 00:45:44 00:46:24 00:46:35 00:46:35 00:46:41 00:46:57 00:47:04 00:47:04 00:47:05 00:47:22 00:47:30 00:47:46 00:47:47 00:47:47 00:47:49 00:48:11 00:48:12 00:48:13 00:48:31 00:48:41 00:49:00 00:49:19 00:49:24 00:49:31 00:49:48 00:49:58 00:50:40 00:50:42 00:51:04 00:51:04 00:51:05 00:51:06 00:51:07 00:51:16 00:51:58 00:52:43 00:53:25 00:53:36 00:54:02 00:54:04 00:55:14 00:55:47 00:55:48 00:57:04 00:58:19

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MEN Eight kilometre run Luke Callum David Steve Wes Stephen Brett Daniel Ashley Sam Mumtaz Heath Aidan Ib Bailey Peter Danial Craig Evan Allen Robert Chris Mitch Solomon Russell Alex Matthew Jade Simon Mat John Jaspa Dylan Joshua

Congratulations & T hank You!

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to the 1,253 registered entrants who participated in the Bendigo Mother’s Day Classic 2018. All of us here at The Athlete’s Foot Bendigo are proud to be a major sponsor of this fabulous Bendigo event which raised almost $35,000 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The Athletes Foot - Bendigo 293-295 Hargreaves Mall Phone: 5441 8064 www.theathletesfoot.com.au/bendigo

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Spinalhealthweek

May 25-31, 2018

The benefits of positive manipulation

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INvitation: Staff from City Chiropractic Care invite all to their forthcoming open day.

Striking a chord with patients

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ity Chiropractic Care is celebrating 10 years of service to the families of Bendigo and regional Victoria. The team pride themselves on providing personalised care to people of all ages and professions. To mark this remarkable milestone chiropractors Hamish Davidson and Rebecca Leddin, therapists Lesley Likens and Travis Saunders, along with receptionist Kirby Smith will be having an open day on Sunday, June 3 between 11am and 2pm. They will welcome past, present and new clients to join them for a barbecue with live music, kids activities and of course cake. Hamish and Bec practice a variety of techniques to cater for their diverse range of clients on an individual level. Other services provided include remedial massage, dry needling and cupping.

Remedial therapists, Travis and Lesley are also able to address a wide range of soft tissue complaints. Both modalities assist with relieving muscle tightness, improving circulation and recovering from injuries. Many people come in regularly for maintenance, but the team is also happy to see people with specific needs. “We see people of all ages, from newborns to centenarians, and office workers to manual labourers, sports people and expecting mums,” Hamish said. “And with winter around the corner, and we always expect a few coughing, firewood collecting, and skiing injuries, but we also see many people who are simply feeling a bit flatter than usual.” City Chiropractic Care at 233 Napier Street Bendigo look forward to meeting their clients regardless of their health issue. Call them today on 5443 0555.

endigo Osteopathic Clinic offer a wide variety of treatments including spinal manipulation and mobilization, massage, rehabilitation, exercise advice, dry needling, ultrasound, sports and rock taping. “These treatments are successful for treating a variety of musculoskeletal complaints from infants to the elderly,” clinic principal Nicole Reid said. “We can help with pregnancy related pain, sporting injuries, acute and chronic back and neck pain, headaches or migraines, nerve impingement, joint pain, postural problems and muscular imbalances.” Nicole, a qualified osteopath, animal osteopath, myotherapist, and clinical pilates instructor has more than 10 years’ experience in the sporting field at both local and elite levels. Nicole works alongside osteopath Brendan Ashman, traditional Chinese medicine physician Rosemary Fletcher and sports’ therapist Annie I’Anson. This enables the clinic to offer a holistic approach to patients’ wellbeing. Brendan, a passionate osteopath

combines exercise with manual therapy, to treat his patients. He is interested in treating headaches, rib dysfunctions and lower back pain, with a special interest in treating and rehabilitating sporting injuries. Both Brendan and Nicole are trained in dry needling and taping and strive to help their patients achieve optimal health. Rosemary addresses the disruption of balance and harmony within the body, through her knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine and the connection between mind, body and spirit. She is especially interested in paediatrics, fertility, menopause and preventative treatments for issues such as headaches or migraines, hay fever, sinusitis, allergies, colds, flu, bronchitis and asthma. Sports therapist Annie uses a range of techniques to treat clients with a variety of dysfunctions of the neck, shoulders, interscapular, lower back, legs and arms. She is passionate about treating athletes and supporting them to achieve their goals. Bendigo Osteopathic Clinic, 361 Napier Street White Hills, phone 5442 4710.

Experienced: The team from Bendigo Osteopathic Clinic.

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Exercises and rehabilitation

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Dry needling and trigger point therapy

Resulting in muscle relaxation and pain relief

Sports and rock tape

Used for the prevention and treatment of injuries by decreasing pain and providing functional support while still allowing for full range of motion

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OW in its ninth year the annual Bendigo Inventor Awards continues to inspire countless inventions and ideas across numerous fields embracing several categories, including agriculture, environmental sustainability and health with inventions like AgriNous. In 2015 lifetime stock agent Glenn Rea was becoming increasingly frustrated at what he viewed as old-fashioned booking systems in the sale-yards he was working in. Using his smartphone for a number of other applications, it became apparent to Glenn that the current day paper-based booking systems in sale-yards could be digitised. After searching the market for something that would streamline the booking system, and finding nothing, Glenn was inspired into action after speaking to colleague Joel Rockes, who suggested they investigated the possibility of building their own platform to fill this gap in the livestock sector. Glenn and Joel instinctively knew that digitisation of all livestock agent activities

would not only eliminate inefficiencies of information exchange through to the back office, but it would also set the foundation for important new compliance requirements relating to the tagging of sheep and goats in Victoria. AgriNous is a dynamic platform consisting of a rugged Android tablet, the Field App and a back-office system, instantaneously breaking down the communication problems between stock agents and the office. Working alongside stock agents throughout Australia, AgriNous has demonstrated that with minimal training and setup, any agent can pick up a tablet and start using it alongside existing paper systems within minutes. “AgriNous is very easy to use, even for an old bloke like me,” a stock agent said. If you have a good idea, or would like to find out more about the Bendigo Inventor Awards, visit www.bendigoinventorawards.com.au for more information. To find out more about AgriNous, visit www.agrinous.com.

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CASTLEMAINE ARTISTS MARKET A free family-friendly event on the first Sunday of every month. Bringing together artists, designers, and crafters from the Goldfields region, with live music, and scrummy food too. The market stalls include: ceramics, jewellery, clothing, art, stationary, garden supplies, homewares, and more. A great opportunity to meet the makers and enjoy the laidback country vibes. Well worth the drive.

Sunday 3rd June, 9am-2pm Find us online at: castlemaineartistsmarket.com.au or at Western Reserve, Forest St, Castlemaine.

life force kangaroo flat remedial massage, reflexology & bowen nst practitioner Regular massage can reduce anxiety, provide pain relief, as well as aiding reduction of stress and muscle tension. Call today for an appointment. Gift vouchers available. Massage Australian Member and health cover provider

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phone anne griffin on 5447 3363

GIVE BLOOD IN BENDIGO 1 in 3 Australians will need blood yet only 1 in 30 donates. Bendigo Blood Donor Centre 6-8 High Street Call 13 95 96 or visit donateblood.com.au


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Vacancies exist for experienced butchers in our Bendigo store. Attractive rates will be negotiated subject to experience. We also have a number of casual meat service assistant positions available. To apply please contact Daniel on 0408 354 702

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Engine Room, View St. Heartbeat Bendigo meeting: 2pm, Uniting Church Hall in Chum St, Golden Square. All members invited.

Saturday, May 19 Dance: Spring Gully Hall, 8pm – midnight. Music by Bitz ‘N’ Pieces dance band. Prizes and raffle. Home cooked supper. $9. Details: 5444 2953. Social Dance: Greater Bendigo Danceland, 8pm – 11pm, St Andrew’s Uniting Church Hall, Myers St. Supper, lucky door, raffle. Entry $8. Details: 5443 5380. Bush Dance club: Keck St, Anglican Church Hall, 8pm. Old time and Bush dances. $8. A plate of supper to share appreciated.

Monday, May 21 Morning tea: With Needles and Threads Program volunteers. 10.30am. Kangaroo Flat Anglican Church, High St, Kangaroo Flat.

Bendigo Library. Bookings www.goldfieldslibraries.com Thursday, May 24 Community legal education: Family Law. Free legal advice assisting you to understand and assert your rights, and access relevant support. Presented by Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre. 4pm – 5pm, Bendigo Library. Bookings www.goldfieldslibraries.com Biggest Morning Tea: Supporting Cancer Council, 10.30am –1pm at William Farmer Funeral Directors’ Victoria St chapel to show support for everyone affected by cancer. National Volunteer Week: Bendigo Volunteer Resource Centre and Uniting cuppa with company. Uniting Church Hall, Forest St. 11.45am for noon. Light lunch provided. RSVP: info@bgovolunteers.org.au by May 19.

Tuesday, May 22 Probus Club of White Hills meeting: White Hills Sports Complex in Scott St at 10am. Visitors welcome. Guest speaker – Ruth Hosking, Bendigo Aged Care Advocate. Lunch follows at the Court House Hotel, Eaglehawk. Morning Tea: to celebrate volunteers of Eaglehawk. 10am Eaglehawk Community House, Bright St, Eaglehawk. Library Logistics: Discover useful tips to get the most from your library. 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Single 50+ Tues nights 6pm + other events Heather 0417 101 590 Lyn 0434 433 122

DRAWING LESSONS Spring Gully Children 4-5.30pm Phone Cheryle Ludbey: 0429 430 819

NEWSTEAD CFA COMMUNITY MARKET & Car Boot Sale Saturday 19th May 8am-1pm Newstead Rotunda Park. Site cost $10 Ph 0427 506 843

Services Offered BATHROOM RENOVATIONS Complete bathroom makeovers & alterations. 34 yrs exp by qual tradesman. Servicing Bendigo - Castlemaine & surrounding districts. FREE Quote phone Rod Cox 0419 267 672 or 4406 6019.

NEW DINING GROUP

Friday, May 18 Dance: 7.30 – 11pm. Music by McNees Dance Band. Spring Gully Hall, $9. Details: 5444 2953.

Sunday, May 20 Marist concert: Featuring all of the members and the Marist Academy of Brass. Tickets $5, Capital box office. 2pm, The

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NOTICE OF AGM The Bendigo Sports Star Association wishes to advise that the 2018 Annual General Meeting will be held at 9am, Tuesday June 12, 2018 at the Prime 7 offices, 141 Mollison Street, Bendigo.

Water Act 1989 NORTH CENTRAL CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY Pursuant to section 203 of the Water Act 1989, notice is hereby given that the North Central Catchment Management Authority intends to revoke existing flood levels for Greater Bendigo and Strathfieldsaye as shown on Plans 135930-135935, 135937-135967 and 147047A. The flood levels are being revoked as they have been superseded by the Greater Bendigo Planning Scheme. The flood level plans to be revoked are available for inspection at the City of Greater Bendigo Council office, [15 Hopetoun Street, Bendigo] and North Central Catchment Management Authority office, [628-634 Midland Highway, Huntly]. Prior to revoking flood levels for Greater Bendigo and Strathfieldsaye, any person may, within 6 weeks of the date of publication of this notice, make a submission regarding the proposed revocation. Written submissions should be marked “Revocation Submission” and be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, North Central CMA, [PO Box 18 Huntly Victoria 3551]. Interested persons may visit the Authority’s website (www.nccma.vic.gov.au) for further information or contact North Central CMA on (03) 5448 7124 prior to the closing date for submissions. Brad Drust Chief Executive Officer

Eaglehawk Town Hall Corner Peg Leg & Sailors Gully Rds Bookings: 03 5446 2025

www.starcinema.org.au FRI 18 MAY

MON 21 MAY

ISLE OF DOGS (PG) 1.00pm FOOD & FILM WITH THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (M) $35 TIX (inc food & film)

I AM NOT A WITCH (M) 7.00pm

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5.30pm food served 7.00pm film screening

SAT 19 MAY THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (M) 1.00pm LOVELESS (MA 15+) 3.30pm ISLE OF DOGS (PG) 7.00pm

SUN 20 MAY I AM NOT A WITCH (M) 1.00pm LOVELESS (MA 15+) 3.30pm THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (M) 7.00pm

$11 TIX

TUES 22 MAY

$11 TIX

Australia on Screen: WALKABOUT (1971, M) 7.00pm

WED 23 MAY ISLE OF DOGS (PG) 7.00pm (Open Caption)

THURS 24 MAY

$20 TIX

Fundraiser for St Liborius Parish:*

THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (M) 6.00pm doors, complimentary food 7.00pm film screening

FRI 25 MAY THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (M) 1.00pm MIDNIGHT OIL 1984 (M) $20/$18 TIX 7.00pm No Free Tix. *Fundraiser screening bookings can be made through Star Cinema directly on 5446 2025

STARTS JUNE 1

Box office & licensed bar open 30 minutes prior to screening time.

Community Meals and Soup Kitchens: Bendigo Community Health Soup Kitchen: The Arcade, 165-171 Hargreaves St, Bendigo. Ph: 5448 1600. Thurs, 4pm-4.45pm. Bendigo Baptist Community Care Breakfast: Life Essentials, Mad Cow Cafe, 214 Hargreaves St, Bendigo. 5441 4747. Tues 7.45am. Cafe 153 Community Breakfast: The Salvation Army Bendigo Worship Centre, 65-71 Mundy St, Bendigo (Gate 1). Sundays 8.45am-9.45am. Eaglehawk Community House: 19 Bright St, Eaglehawk. 5446 8322. Tues 12 noon and 6pm. Kangaroo Flat Community Meals: Rotary Gateway Park, High St, Kangaroo Flat, Wed 5.30pm-6.30pm. Kangaroo Flat Uniting Church: Cnr Church and Camp sts, Kangaroo Flat. Ph: 5447 9998. Fourth Wednesday of every month, 12pm. Not Just Soup - Soup Kitchen: A Reasonable Christianity Church, 237 High Street, Golden Square - back room (opposite Woolworths). Ph: 0404 559 769. Sun, 3.30pm-4.40pm, Thurs, 5pm-6pm. FOODCARE3556: Eaglehawk Uniting Church, Peg Leg Rd Eaglehawk. Thurs 1pm–3pm. Gold coin donation. Ph 0403 698 715. Saltworks Community Meal: Eaglehawk Anglican Church, 63 High St, Eaglehawk. Ph: 5446 8251. Fri 5.45pm (except Jan or public holidays). St Liborius Parish Centre: 50 Panton St, Eaglehawk. 5446 8235. Tues 11.30am (school terms). Supplied by City of Greater Bendigo.

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BRICKLAYERS all types of brick and block work, chimneys and fireplaces. Ph 5446 7057 or 0418 370 917 or 0458 438 930

EPSOM PAVING Pathways, Patios Garden Edging etc. Ken Tresize Ph 0419 374 062

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Gary Mob:0409 489 268

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Grocery distribution: Bendigo Baptist Community Care: Life Essentials, 214 Hargreaves St, Bendigo. Tues ght for thou and Thurs. 5441 4747. Bendigo Family & Financial Services Inc: Myers Street, Bendigo. Ph: 5441 5277. Mon–Fri, 9am–5pm. Long Gully Community House: Humboldt Dve. 5442 1165. Wed mornings (bread only). Food Support 3556: Eaglehawk Community House, 19 Bright St. Ph: 5446 8322. Mon and Thurs, 9am2pm (school terms). Foodcare 3556: Eaglehawk Uniting Church, cnr Peg Leg Rd/Kirkwood St, Thurs 1pm–3pm. Gold coin donation. Ph 0403 698 715. Giving and Living Op Shop: Shed 3, 75 Beischer St, East Bendigo. Mon–Fri 10am-4pm, Sat 10am-1pm. Ph: 5444 2882. St Vincent de Paul: 16 Hopetoun St, Bendigo. 5443 5688. Mon/Tues/Thurs and Fri, 10am–1.30pm. Kangaroo Flat–117 High St. 5447 9800. Mon–Wed, 10am–1pm, Fri 11am-2pm. 82 High St, Eaglehawk. Ph: 5446 2548. Tues and Thurs 10am–1pm, Friday 1pm–4pm Uniting Care Emergency Relief Centres: Bendigo: 25 Forest St. 5443 4972. Mon/Tue/Thur/Fri 10am-12.15pm and 1.30pm-3.45pm. Kangaroo Flat: Cnr. Church and Camp sts. 5443 5458. Tues and Fri 10am–1pm. Victory Foodbank: 110 Garsed St. Bendigo. Ph: 5443 5998. Tues 10am–12pm.

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$35 per hr / $30 pen Delivery of Garden Products Spraying (Roundup) $35 per hr/ $30 pen (no weeding) Rubbish Removal $80 load/ $70 pen (incl tip fee $35) for 7x4 square box trailer. Mattresses (+ $20 tip fee ea) NO tyres or rock/clean fill. Cash only

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Ph: 0400 319 094 A: PO Box 304, Eaglehawk 3556 E: townsmith@bigpond.com

Call Simon

• Decks • Pergolas • Fencing • Retaining Walls • Bathroom Reno’s • Renovations • Lock up’s • Fix outs

0428 552 241 Email: sp_mitchell@bigpond.com

GARDAM

Email: midland.concreting@gmail.com

0418 508 993

GREG SMITH

CARPET CLEANING

Tired of Waiting for a Tradesman

2 Tonne Excavator, Trenching, Rotary Hoeing, Post Holes, Levelling 4 in one bucket,Tipper Hire. Ph: Glenn

0418 510 074

Services Offered To advertise in this section contact our classifieds department 1300 558 385 classifieds@ bendigopublishing .com

Bobcat & Tipper Hire

Licenced drainer 31741

ELECTRICIAN

0418 507 709 A/H 5448 3333

DON'S CARPET, TILE AND GROUT CLEANING

REC 7821

MOVING OUT? WE HAVE A SPECIAL PRICE ON VACANT HOMES & UNITS NO POWER NEEDED

FREE* 5 point Safety check Valued at $150

Phone 0428 443 808

Phone Ben on 0408 10 59 59 or Book online at www.stanalec.com.au

ELECTRIC MOTORS

Bendigo Weekly

Bendigo

38, 200 copies published every Friday

Pumps& Motors

classifieds@ bendigopublishing .com

SALES • SERVICE • REPAIRS

PH 5440 2514

Electric

PHONE BRUCE

bendigopumps@gmail.com

0427 319 923

COMPUTERS

FENCING / GATES

Does your computer stall and you dont know why?

TRADITIONAL POST & RAIL FENCING

We’ll get you going again

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On-call service direct to you Repairs and troubleshooting of computers and mobile devices Senior & Primary Producer Discounts Trusted and reliable service Malware and Virus Removal

WhiteHat Computers Bendigo 5446 2480 or 0400 406 958

Email: support@whitehatcomputers.net

PRELOHFRPSXWHUVHUYLFHV

200 - 600mm diameter

on call computer maintenance

Call Ron 0438 569 385

BOBCAT / EARTHMOVING

(First time customers only)

On Time Guarantee - Same day service available

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Backhoe Trenching Post Hole Borer Site Clearing Driveways Excavation Laser Levelling Rubbish Removal

ELECTRICIANS

E X C AVA T I O N

Excavator, Tipper & Bobcat

• Servicing Bendigo & Surrounds • Aerials & additional aerial points • Satellite & Computer Setups ps • Digital/Smart TV’s • Home Theatre, Wall Mount • DVD, Recorders & Foxtel • Installed & explained

BUILDERS

• For dry hire • With or without operator • Short or long term • Delivery can be arranged

Specialising in Gateways & Garden Features

PH TREVOR 0429 434 646

GARDEN SERVICES Bendigo Mowing & Maintenance

Local People, Great Service Mowing & Gardening Trimming & Pruning l Rubbish Removal l l

• Systems built • Repairs and upgrades • Network and internet connections • Virus and Spyware removal

Email: bendigomowing@gmail.com Web: Bendigomowingmaintenance.com

Jeoff Milne 5447 2476 Mob 0425 728 336

Craig Wells 0421 279 000

CONVEYANCING

GARDEN SERVICES

BUSINESS AND PROPERTY CONVEYANCING SERVICE Custom Homes l Extensions l Renovations l

Real Estate Business transfer Free legal advice

Ph Joey Q: 0401 251 919 Phone Boden: 0429 185 872 Email: info@yarrington.com.au Website: www.yarrington.com.au

Email: Joeylegal@outlook.com Licenced Conveyancer ABN 158 000 652

• Removal of hard rubbish and garden waste • Rental clean ups/clean outs • Weeding and weed spraying • Trimming and pruning • Fallen timber and chainsaw work • Delivery and spreading of mulch, stone etc. • Little Tipper/Drive - Hire


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Services Offered GARDEN SERVICES

HOME MAINTENANCE

PAINTERS / DECORATORS

SPOUT CLEANING

MOWING & GARDENING

SPOUT CLEANING

CV Industrial Vacuum Services Reduce Fire Risk Spouts Vacuumed Spotlessly Pensioner Discounts Water Tanks Cleaned

NO JOB TOO SMALL • Carpentry • Tiling • Painting • Plastering • Pergolas • Decks

4 Sea Seasons Garden Care •Hedges Trimmed & Shaped • Pruning of Roses, shrubs & Fruit Trees • Garden Maintenance 28 YEARS EXPERIENCE Ph 0429 002 678

CALL PETER 0409 422 271

HEATING YOU HEA R TIN SPE CIAL G ISTS !

• Whipper Snipping • Large Area Mowing • Whole Yard Tidy Ups

• Commercial & Domestic • Service • Repairs • Maintenance • Installations

• Weeding • Tree Trimming • Rubbish Removal

MITCHELL LANDRY

0419 238 485

We service and repair all brands, all sizes, all types of heating, cooling and refrigeration

• Gutter Cleaning • Free Charity Donation

* Fully Insured

Email: bhmpeter@hotmail.com

• Mowing

Mitchell’s Mowing & Property Services

Ph Paul 5439 3835 or 0428 395 429

James - 0421 618 356 Dave - 0408 122 244

E: vicstatehvac@gmail.com Check out our Facebook specials

Pick Ups

NDIS, Workcover & TAC Registered

PLUMBERS Your local on-time Plumber • Air Conditoning Service & Repairs • Gas fitting & General Plumbing • Hot water - Gas, Elec & solar • Drains installed/cleared/repaired • Roof, gutter, d.p. & gutter guard Don’t put up with drips! • Taps, toilets, showers, sinks & more Use a licensed plumber • Quality professional workmanship FREE QUOTES guaranteed Lic No 37932

Ph 5446 1535

LANDSCAPING

HANDYMAN SERVICES

Paving & concreting Pool landscaping Retaining walls & fencing Decking and Outdoor living areas Lawn installation & watering systems Kanga light digging

Trade qualified Home and garden maintenance Any odd jobs inside and outt

0418 754 952

stephen.clegg@bigpond.com m

PH: 0418 822 911

Prompt, friendly and reliable

www.dunstoneplumbing.com.au office@dunstonebros.com.au

Peter Carr Plumbing & Gasfitting

PAVING & LANDSCAPING by Phil Carman

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Pty. Ltd.

License No. 32710

A friendly, reliable, local plumbing team fully qualified in all aspects of plumbing

544 33 999 4 Nolan Street, Bendigo

JLC PLUMBING & GAS

Old Fashioned Values & Integrity

• Qualified tradesmen • Landscaping • Commercial and residential property maintenance

• Handymen • Cleaning • Builder • Floors • Carpenters • Glazier • Fencing • Plastering • Painters • Bathroom & Kitchen Reno’s • Granite Benchtops • Paving • Plumbers • Decking • Electricians • Ramps • Tiling • Pruning • Tree Lopping • Sheds & Pergolas • Lawns & Gardens • Small concreting jobs • Dingo machinery work

Specialising in Landscape construction Stuart Erwin 0407 667 900 Cameron Rogister 0411 956 937

greyarmybendigo@bigpond.com

CALL 13 11 98

0439 464 086

LANDSCAPING w

CARBON MONOXIDE TESTING

Jason Charles 0448 324 126 Lic No: 50975

Master Plumber

ABN 66185474148

• Paving - all types • Brickwork • Retaining Walls - all types • Brick Edging

Paul 0429 462 057 Over 25 years of trade qualified experience

• Licensed Backflow Tester • Blocked Drains • Burst Pipes • Septics • Gas Leaks & Gas Fitting • Hot Water Services • Roof Leaks • Renovations • Gen Plumbing • Latest Drain Cleaning Equipment QUALITY WORK AT THE RIGHT PRICE!

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Renovations, Home Maintenance Alterations, Outdoor Living Areas

Local ARE YOU RENOVATING? Classifieds

HOME MAINTENANCE

R&M HOME SERVICES

Landscaping, Design & Refurbishment Handyman all-round services, Lawn and Garden, Retaining walls and Garden beds. Decks, Unblocking of pipes, guƩers, and drains. Rubbish Removal & Bin hire. Tenant clean ups Ph Ray 0487 939 730 or Max 0413 074 910

Lic#100122

MOBILE BATHROOMS

MOBILE BATHROOM FOR HIRE (Shower, hand basin, toilet etc)

Suitable for • Renovations • Parties/Weddings • Sporting events and many more Call David/Bronwyn

0438 083 139 www.bettabathroomhire.com.au

classifieds@bendigopublishing.com

No

0448 701 138

Registered Bld Practitioner DBP 2954 Over 30 years experience

Ph 0418 510 412

GENERAL PLUMBING & MAINTENANCE GAS FITTING AND SERVICING HOT WATER SERVICE BLOCKED DRAINS RENOVATIONS AND INSTALLATIONS 24 HOUR SERVICE ROOFING & GUTTERING

Greg Hicks st same day Plumbing Fajosebrvtoicoesmall

Stuart Merkel stuartabroad1@live.com.au

HOME MAINTENANCE

HEATER SERVICES

DISPLAY ADS

$7.40 per cm/col Price includes colour, scanning of images and clip art etc.

Bendigo’s most read newspaper 38, 200 newspapers ay published ever y Frid When it comes to making that all important decision about where to advertise, the answer has never been easier. As traditional paid newspaper circulation continues to decline, quality free papers such as the Bendigo Weekly have never been in more demand than they are today. Each week, 38,200 copies of the Bendigo Weekly are distributed, free of charge, to homes and businesses throughout Bendigo and the surrounding region. More than double that of any other paper in our market! Call Classifieds today and get the Bendigo Weekly working for you!

PH 5440 2514 37-39 View Street Bendigo classifieds@bendigopublishing.com TREE SERVICES · Tree Removal & Pruning · Green Waste & Stump Removal · Tower/Chipper/Bobcat /Tipper · Over 15 Years Experience · We Travel Anywhere · Free Quotes · Fully Insured www.juddstreesolutions.com.au

AAA TREE LOPPING • Pensioners (Disc) • Full Insurance • (Prompt) Same Day Service For Best Price Phone Jack Direct

0409 289 700 5428 9312

TREE SERVICES

SMITHS Quality tree and Stump Removal

Tree Maintenance • Stump Mulching Hire Travel Tower • Tree Pruning and Stump Grinding • Tip Truck & Woodchipper Hire • Free Quotes

1300 558 385

(no job too BIG or SMALL for the Smith Family team)

classifieds@ bendigopublishing .com

David Smith 0427 506 160 e: dsmith.trees@gmail.com


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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

AQUARIUM 4 foot in cabinet, all acces inc, spares, shipwreck pumps etc see working $500 ono Ph 5439 7498

CAST Iron Mincer $40 Phone 0437 852 649

AWA Wooden Speakers x2, small $8 pair Ph 5447 8573

CHAINSAW Sthil NF180 as new, $100 Ph 0498 142 686

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

DISABILITY AIDS

KEV'S KINDLING BENDIGO

TRUCK SALE IN BENDIGO SATURDAY ONLY

MINERS Couch Restored $1150 PH 5447 7205

SHOWER chairs from $20 Ph 0408 571 794

TOILET chairs from $40 Ph 0408 571 794

MULCH & SOIL

SIEVED TOP SOIL

Shoprider 889 Deluxe Deceased Estate 12 mths old as new $2000 half price Ph 0408 571 794

DISABILITY AIDS

BABIES bath, white, as new $10 Ph 0428 353 921

CHICKEN coup, automatic solar door, $250 Ph 5442 4891

Shoprider Delux Electric Scooters $1500 Ph 0408 571 794

CHICKEN Treadle Feeder $50 Ph 5442 4891

DISABILITY AIDS

BABY change bassinet, white on chrome stand $40 Ph 5448 8523

CHILDS Sz 6 Wild Country Jeparah, w/proof jacket $15 Ph 0427 477 583

BASSINET with Stand, hooded, accessories, as new $70 Ph 0428 353 921

TRUCK SALE IN BENDIGO SATURDAY ONLY

BIRDCAGE 45cm L x 45cm W x 70cm H as new $60 0409 431 383

BREAD Marker, Tiffany, as new $20 0484 694 720

CHIRO DOUBLE MATTRESS $150 Brand new double chiropractic mattress. Full Warranty Can deliver. (Sat only)

Ph 0400 118 838 CLOTHES dryer, Phone 5442 5552 BUFFET and Hutch, timber with lead light doors, VGC $300 Ph 0407 856 989

$50

DISABILITY AID, mobility walker chair EC $45 Ph 0412 925 098

FOR SALE

CARGO blind, Forrester $50 Phone 5442 6437 CAR Stands x2 Car Ramps x2 $30 the lot Ph 0408 590 830

DISABILITY AIDS Single Electric bed and Mattress with covers, VGC $150 Ph 0408 571 794 DOG Kennel 1.1m/sq .5m high, timber, tin roof, $35 Ono 0413 243 274 DRESSING table, old with 3 mirrors $80ono Ph 0484 138 303

Grey box, $140 per C/M, Delivered Bendigo. Ph 0427 304 600

FIREWOOD Dry, red gum, split, $130 per metre delivered. Phone 0459 675 873

catparksaustralia.com

FOR SALE

Shoprider 889 Electric Scooter, Multi Speed, Fully serviced, VGC, $1500 Ph 0408 571 794

FIREWOOD

A fun, safe way for your cat to enjoy the outdoors Free Quotes to suit your budget Call Jim 0429 866 630

CANE dolls pram, Steel chassis & wheels $50 Ph 0409 431 383

DISABILITY AIDS GO Electric Wheelchair, VGC, Fold up, Fully portable, $650 Ph 0408 571 794

FILING cabinet with 4 drawers, $50 Ph 5442 5552

Cat Enclosures

BUFFET, white, modern, hand crafted locally, 3 drawers, 145cmL 50cmW, 92cmH, EC $400 Ph 5442 9929

Full size electric Wheelchair, Dual Controls, $565 Ph 0408 571 794

DISABILITY AIDS

BOSCH Orbital Sander Cost $129 Sell $30 as new Ph 0408 590 830

FOR SALE DISABILITY AIDS

FIREWOOD

Electric Wheelchair Dual Control $350 Ph 0408 571 794

FIREWOOD

DISABILITY AIDS

FIREWOOD

Redgum firewood $140p/m Pick Up Plus deliveries Ph 0427 353 939 FIREWOOD, top quality box, spilt dry, delivered Bendigo $120.00 per cubic metre Ph 0497 942 582 FLOORING Hard wood, T+G 110X19 17 Lengths at 4.3 metres, GC $275 Ph 5446 1210 FORKLIFT conveyancer, 3 Ton, Petrol motor. Repairs needed. As is $1200 Ph 5468 7478 or 0429 687 478 FREE double bed and base, on castors Ph 0412 925 098 GATES solid steel. 1795 H, 885 W, $50 pair Ph 0413 243 274

Rolls & Little Squares. Delivery available Maiden Gully Ph 0438 373 291

Brand new pillowtop, 10yr warranty. Not $1000. Sell $300 ONO

Can deliver. (Sat only) Ph 0400 118 838

NAIL Polish, O.P.I Mauve & light pink, $10 ea ONO Ph 0437 567 073

SUNBEAM wok, electric, non stick $40 Ph 0437 567 073

OLD Stand up lamp $50 ono 0484 138 303

FOR SALE

OLIVE trees for sale, prices start from $10. Phone 0459 699 326.

KING PILLOWTOP MATTRESS $300

HONDA assorted mowers and parts, wipper snippers, chainsaws, hedgers, huge bulk lot $600 ono. Ph 0413 243 274

LACE curtains, drapes, rods, tracks for 9 openings. $250 Ph 0410 435 234

HORSE drawn plough $50 Ph 0409 431 383

LADIES boots, high heels, GC, 3 pairs $10 Ph 5447 0053

KELSO Wheelbarrow H/D Metal Tub E/C $30 Ph 0408 590 830

SNOW jumpsuit blue S10 padded/water proof $15 Ph 5447 0053

1300 558 385

TRUCK SALE IN BENDIGO SATURDAY ONLY

Can deliver (Sat only) Ph 0400 118 838

LARGE collection of antique style guilt picture frames suitable for mirrors or oil paintings in good cond Ph 0447 213 340 LAWNMOWER 4str, easy starter, EC, Moving Sale $50 Ph 0412 925 098 LEATHER Jacket $30 Phone 0437 852 649

With Manure $35 per/m delivered local 3m minimum. 6m & 10m avail. Bobcat & Excavator to hire. Ph 5446 7105 or 0428 507 846

MULTI Leg Walking Sticks $10 Ph 0408 571 794

NEW mens L/S Cotton shirt Orange/Navy, Size M, $10 0484 694 720

Brand new, 10 year warranty. Chriopractic.

& Overlockers - Bendigo Sewing Machine Service, 11 Adam St 5442 9705

Manure, composted soils & straw mixed in. Straw, Pea Straw & Lucern avail in small & big sq bales. & R/bales. Pick up Bgo or can deliver Bgo. Ph 0427 304 600

To advertise in this section please call

HEATER outdoor upright patio, $50 Phone 5442 6437

JUKI Sewing Machines

Top quality Split Dry 4M Special - $550 del. Or $150 Per/M Ph 0437 120 009

KING MATTRESS $300

HAY & STRAW

IBOSA E-bike, electric scooter, new batteries, VGC, 40km range, 48V power pack, $500 Ph 0409 259 018

Quality Dry Grey & Yellow Box Delivered local $150/m Ph 0448 186 691

DISABILITY AIDS

Push Fold up Wheelchair $170 Ph 0408 571 794

5kg bags for $8 Pensioner discount Ph 0422 073 512 or 5448 4841

HUTCH French Provincial, 2170 W x 2000 H, 5 doors top & bottom, + 3 drawers. Excellent Cond. $920 Ph 5443 3227

Deceased Estate Pride Delux Scooter Never Used $1900 Ph 0428 349 636

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NEW mens workwear Navy pants, Sz 92R, $15 Ph 0484 694 720

PINE strainer posts (4) 2400x200 $60 or $15 ea Ph 0409 511 095 PORTACOT childcare, Excellent cond $40 Phone 0437 852 649 PRESSED metal 9 number sheets 188x600 $90 Ph 5446 1210

TRUCK SALE IN BENDIGO SATURDAY ONLY

TOP range golf set as new, MacGregor V Foyle Drivers, full set of irons, new grip lock bag, 2 stainless steel buggys with newmatic tyres, all acc and wet gear, new golf balls provided $350 Ph 5446 7600

TOP SOIL Lawn soil $35 p/m Garden Soil $45 p/m, includes local delivery 4, 6 and 10m avail. Garden rocks also avail. Phone 0418 306 548 or 0428 100 770

TABLE 840 W, 700 H, 1.675 L, $25 Ph 0413 243 274 TALL boy, rosewood, 6 drawers 100cmL 45cmW 130cmH, + 2 matching b /side tables, VGC $250 Ph 5442 9929

Bendigo Weekly Local Classifieds ...get the market you’re missing...

FREE Over 37,500 copies circulating Central Victoria each week.

FOR SALE

TV 43" LG brand, Owners manual, used for 3 mths, purchased 18/11/17 for $995 Sell for $600 Phone 5442 1138

TWO Remote Wireless Speakers, EC $20 Pair Ph 5447 8573

WHEELCHAIR, Excellent condition, 12 months old. $200 Ph 5442 4810 WORM farm $30 0498 142 686

YUCCA Plants, pots or bare rooted, small and large $2-$8ech some aloes & cactis Ph 0488 288 034.

WANTED TO BUY

WATER TANKS AND DRUMS

QUEEN LATEX PILLOWTOP MATTRESS $400 (Not $1500) Brand new chiropractic, 15yr warranty

Can deliver (Sat only) Ph 0400 118 838 TWO Telephones Swissvoice, White $25 Pair Ph 5447 8573

3300 lt $690. 5500 lt $890. 2000 lt $495 2500 lt Slimline $790. Drums 200lt $25.

ARTIFICIAL grass pieces /off cuts wanted. Ph 0427 418 613

www.ebsary.com.au 161 McIvor Rd Ph 5443 6740

OLD woodworking carpenters tools, planes and books etc for collector/user Ph 0418 510 727.

TRUCK SALE IN BENDIGO SATURDAY ONLY

RETRO phone table GC $5 Ph 5447 0053

RUGS

LOCKER, 3 doors, 1830hx450dx910w $100 Ph 5442 5552

•Modern •Traditional •Shaggy •Kids Play Mats Bendigo Sewing Machine Service, 11 Adam St Ph 5442 9705

LP Records, 70 approx, $50 Ph 0409 175 052

SCARIFIER, cast iron wheels, pair $50 Ph 0498 142 686

KING PILLOWTOP BED $600 Brand new pillowtop mattress with base. 10 year warranty. not $2000, sell $600.

Can deliver (Sat only) Ph 0400 118 838

SOLO CHAINSAW model 643 for parts. Ph 0418 119 784

TRACTORS & farm machinery wanted. Going or not, cash paid, Ph 0429 393 221

DECEASED Estate Shed lots Ph 5446 8754 or 0457 433 745

WANTED to Buy second hand trailers Ph 5446 8754 or 0457 433 745

CLEARING SALES Sell your unwanted items in the Bendigo Weekly

ForSaleClassifieds Advertise 4 weeks for $28 or $33 with a photo*

1300 558 385 classifieds@bendigopublishing.com

*

ONE ITEM ONLY per advert. $28 for 5 lines. Advert will run for four consecutive weeks. Alteration to PRICE ONLY. Non refundabe or transferable. Excludes: business adverts., ongoing sales, rental hire etc., for the purpose of ongoing profit, or Real Estate Listings. The publisher reserves the right to decline any booking.

Post to: PO Box 324 Bendigo 3552 or Office: 37-39 View St Bendigo. Deadline 2pm Thursdays

PLEASE USE SPACES BETWEEN WORDS, AND NO HYPHENATED WORDS AT THE END OF EACH LINE

PAYMENT Cash:

Cheque:

Visa:

Mastercard:

Credit card number - (minimum credit card purchase $10)

NAME: .............................................................................. .......................................................................................... ADDRESS: ....................................................................... ........................................................................................

Expiry:

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CLEARING SALE 84 TOMAS RD MYERS FLAT 26TH MAY 10am Start - Viewing 8.30am

Lots inc: Aluminium boat, Greenfields ride on mower, Ford transit van, Isuzu diesel motor home, quantity of power tools, lots of hand tools, small metal lathe, bandsaw, pedastal drill, timber thicknesser, large quantity of steel piping, lots of pots, camper trailer, farm motor bike, four wheeler motor bike, quantity of timber, saw bench, slasher, jib, grader blades, manure spreader, quantity of red bricks and masonry bricks, large quantity of galvonised pipe, chain mesh, Furniture including wooden stool, iron double bed, cedar chest, display cabinet, side board, and outdoor bench seats, adz, 10 collectable axes, rock breaker

Phone 5442 5044 View Photos at: www.actionauction.com.au 10% Buyers Premium


Friday, May 18, 2018 — Bendigo Weekly

GARAGE SALES

GARAGE SALES

www.bendigoweekly.com.au

CARAVANS & TRAILERS CARAVANS WANTED

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NANKOOR STREET GOLDEN SQUARE Sat & Sun not before 8.30am Furniture, Household Items, Stove, Organ, desks, renovation items and lots more

15 LOWE ST KANGAROO FLAT Saturday 9am - 3pm, PC gear, toddlers toys, adult clothing, shoes, scrap booking, house items, & more. Excellent condition.

KATHLEEN TERRACE MAIDEN GULLY Sat 7.30am -4pm Household Items, Workshop equipment, all must go, BBQ table, Fridge

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RESERVOIR ROAD STRATHDALE Sat 8.30am - 12.30pm not before Loads of girls clothing sz 8-12, shoes and other bargins

LIVESTOCK

CHELSEA BOULEVARD STRATHDALE Sat & Sun Antiques, Cast Iron, Bottles, Tools, Collectibles

DORPERS 4 x Wethers $90 ea, 1 Ram $200 Pick up only. Ph: 0417 163 442 after hours STAGHOUND pup, female, 4 months old, good with children, other dogs and cats. Ideal companion dog. M/C and vacc. Free to good home Ph 0418 119 784

137 WILLIAMSON ST BENDIGO Sat 8am Closing Down Sale new toys, new giftware & display items plus Household Items

We buy and consign Repairs & servicing Bendigo Caravan Centre 164 Midland Hwy EPSOM Ph 5448 4800 DINGO camper trailer, inc annex, Q/Bed, and many camp access inc stove, tables lamp etc, sep gazebo $2900 Ph 0422 039 826 or 0413 170 291 JAYCO 21ft Heritage, full ensuite, w/machine, new battery and m/wave, d /bed, lounge. 260-909 $34,000 Ph 0429 588 377 or 0427 154 644

AUTO 1973 Beetle, unreg, mech sound, good tyres, red with white trim, some extras, needs body work, renovators delight vin no 132753574 $2250 ono Ph 0428 369 944 2002 Toyota Hiace van, auto, registered, $5500 Ph 0429 502 729 (XHU822)

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LIVESTOCK

ADOPT-A-PET

Bub Domestic Short Hair

Snuggles

Domestic Long Hair

LOST YOUR DOG OR CAT?

VACC PRE PURCHASE INSPECTIONS ROADWORTHY CERTIFICATES

TIMING BELTS Affordable timing belt replacements 25 years qualified experience Mobile Mechanic PH 0400 290 789

Jamie Hackett Motors Ph 5446 8635

FREE REMOVAL of all unwanted cars and car shells. No wheels, no worries. Call or Text: 0484 932 195

NISSAN 350Z, one lady owner, six speed man, immaculate, $17,500 first genuine 350z enthusiast will buy this car (GVT777) Ph 0429 145 395

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5441 2209

TOYOTA RAV4 GXL auto, 68,000k, Local car, One owner. First Reg 6/2015. Loads of extras, Balance of new warranty, Serv. Books. $23,500 neg. Phone 0427 777 133

1300 558 385 classifieds@bendigopublishing.com Conditions apply. For private use only.

As traditional paid newspaper circulation continues to decline, quality free papers such as the Bendigo Weekly have never been in more demand than they are today.

Wrecking all Makes & Models We buy any car or ute Come see your local strippers LMCT 10769

Each week, 38,200 copies of the Bendigo Weekly are distributed, free of charge, to homes and businesses throughout Bendigo and the surrounding region. More than double that of any other paper in our market!

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Call Classifieds today and

Specialising In: • Holdens • Commodores • Fords • Light Commercials BA, BF and Ford Territory Reconditioned Ignition Switch and Column Assembly’s

Call 5446 1384 or 5446 1820 Wayne on 0413 774 717 LMCT 10992 Kayne on 0459 652 963 Address: 222 Upper Rd, Eaglehawk, 3556

get the Bendigo Weekly working for you!

PH 5440 2514 37-39 View Street Bendigo classifieds@bendigopublishing.com

ADVERTISE YOUR CAR FOR * 4 WEEKS FROM $28

Cnr Murphy St & Jewell Crt Bendigo • 5441 1088 wheelzplus.com.au

*

OR $33 WITH A PHOTO Email: classifieds@bendigopublishing.com In Person: 37-39 View St Bendigo

Regulations require that from June , 1998 both licensed motor car traders and persons other than licensed motor car traders, must include the following information when advertising a motor car sale. 1.) 2.)

The cash price of the motor car Whichever of the following is applicable: a.) if the motor car is registered, the registration number b.) if the car is unregistered, the engine number of the vehicle; or the chassis number; or the vehicle identification number; or the registration number (if any) last assigned to the vehicle; or if none of those numbers are reasonably ascertainable, any other number by which the vehicle may be identified. a licensed motor car trader must also state in their advertisements their LMCT no. and the details of any periodical payments applicable.

The penalty for failure to comply with these

Mail: P.O Box 324, Bendigo 3552

MAXIMUM OF 5 LINES IS $28 or$33 WITH A PHOTO Additional lines are $3.25 per line VEHICLE REGISTRATION OR VIN NUMBER REQUIRED

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

regulations is a $1,000 fine.

GARAGE SALE

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Bendigo’s most read newspaper 38, 200 newspapers ay published ever y Frid

Sp ec ia lis ts in Cl as sic & Cu sto m Ca rs & Ho t Ro ds

Injured or orphaned animals including kangaroos,

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Service & Repair Specialists Jamie Hackett Motors Ph 5446 8635

LPG SERVICING

A Non-Profit Volunteer Service W.R.E.S. inc

reported to Wildlife Rescue

Ph Keith 5443 3304 l 0417 537 497 9a Adam st, Quarry Hill

FREE REMOVAL OF UNWANTED VEHICLES

MECHANICAL REPAIRS

Statewide Wildlife Rescue Emergency Service

possums, birds, lizards and snakes should be

l Air Conditioning l Pensioner discounts

VOLVO MERCEDES BENZ BMW VOLKSWAGON PEUGOT

WRECKING

PIPER LANE, EAST BENDIGO

MON-SAT 10AM-4PM, SUN & PUB HOLS 10AM-12PM WWW.RSPCAVIC.ORG.AU

COMPLETE CAR CARE

WRECKING

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AUST

MECHANICS

l Mechanical Repairs & Service l Auto electrical

NISSAN Navara 2000 Dual Cab, column auto, drives well, as is $1799 (QMP962) Ph 0401 915 906

SERVICING

0427 301 401

*

HOLDEN Cruze Sedan, White, 2011 Auto, Air /Con, tinted windows, alloys, 77,017kms, full service history, (YDX064) EC $8900 Ph 0434 566 300

ROADWORTHY CERTIFICATES FOR CARS & MOTORBIKES

24 HOURS

ADVERTISE YOUR GARAGE SALE FROM JUST

MECHANICS

MOTOR CAR TRADER REGULATIONS 1998

THE RSPCA IS THE POUND FOR THE BENDIGO CITY COUNCIL.

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Blue and gold ready to roll By JOEL PETERSON

IF you were to pick one word to sum up the Bendigo senior interleague squad, balance might be the most fitting descriptor. The BFNL senior and under-18 teams play the Hampden Football League at Warrnambool tomorrow in the annual AFL Victoria Community Championships, with the senior winner to move to eighth in the statewide rankings. Ten new faces will don the blue and gold at Reid Oval, with Eaglehawk’s Jonty Neaves named as emergency. The standout feature of the team is its versatility and mix of contested power and outside run. South Bendigo ruckman Kieran Strachan, Golden Square’s Jake Thrum, Matt Compston and Jayden Burke, Kyneton duo Pat McCarthy and Rhys Magin, Gisborne’s Jack Reaper, and Eaglehawk’s Brodie Collins, Jack Fallon and Neaves are the potential debutants in the squad. Jack Geary will again lead the league into battle this weekend, just days after being hospitalised with a knee infection. However, the side was struck a major blow before the final training session on Wednesday night at the QEO, with reigning Derrick Filo Medal winner Andrew Collins ruled out due to injury. Collins was best afield in last year’s loss to Ballarat and would have been a valuable weapon for third-year coach Brett Fitzpatrick to deploy in the centre or forward of the ball. “It’s disappointing to lose Andy

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for sure, he’s just one of those guys who loves interleague footy. But it gives Jack Fallon an opportunity to step up and test himself at the higher level,” Fitzpatrick said. The mix of inside grunt and outside run in the BFL’s midfield looks to be its strength, with the likes of Adam Baird, Jake Moorhead, Kalan Huntly, Geary and Magin bringing both elements to the contest. The small forward line includes targets such as Sharp, Antonowicz and McPhee as well as marking op-

KICKING ON: Bendigo captain Jack Geary.

OPTIONS: Brett Fitzpatrick. tions in Burke and the high-flying Hamish Morcom. “It’s probably by default as much as anything, but we certainly aren’t disappointed with what we’ve got up there,” Fitzpatrick said. “If anything, that structure

might be an asset for us. “Those guys put their hands up as forward players who are among the best in the competition. What it will mean is that hopefully we can put more pressure on them exiting our forward 50 and create those repeat chances at goal.” Bendigo has again stocked up with copious run out of defence, with key backs McCarthy, Tyler Miles and Jack Reaper complemented by Codie Price, Miller and Thrum. “Even if we get a heavy deck, it’s about our ball use and our ability to win it,” Fitzpatrick said. “I think you find generally teams from south of the divide are a bit more strongly built, especially through the hips, and play a bit closer to the ground. “We’ll be able to match it there, but we definitely think that our abil-

ity to run and use the ball on the outside will play to our strengths.” The Hampden League had its final training session last night and will again be coached by AFL great Jonathan Brown. The league will also take an under-18 squad on the road, to be again coached by Jason Stevens. The BFL side defeated Ballarat last year, and will this year be captained by Gisborne’s Baxter Slater, Golden Square’s Zack Shelton and Strathfieldsaye’s Daniel Clohsey. Clohsey and Castlemaine’s Jack Chester are holdovers from last year’s victorious squad, while the remaining players are new to the representative level. The under-18 game starts at noon, with the senior match from 2.30pm at Warrnambool’s Reid Oval. The match will be broadcast by Warrnambool radio station 3YB.

District leagues line up THE Loddon Valley Football Netball League returns to interleague competition this weekend when it hosts the Golden Rivers league at the QEO. The LVFNL has endured a two-year absence from interleague, and will re-enter the AFL Victoria Community Championships at the bottom of the rankings. Anthony Dennis will coach the LVFNL senior team upon its return to representative play. The team had its final training session last night at the QEO before Saturday’s clash. The Weekly understands AFL Central Victoria was hopeful of staging the LVFNL and North Central Football League matches as a double-header at the QEO, but the NCFL elected to play its match against Southern Football League at Boort. The LVFNL will also field an open netball team, to be coached by Carmen Shevlin.

Meanwhile, the Heathcote District Football League will travel to Geelong to take on the Geelong and District Football League. The two sides met at the QEO in 2012, and will face off at North Geelong tomorrow. Golden Square premiership coach Nick Carter will coach the HDFL after being an assistant to Dean Laidley last year.

HDFL SQUAD Logan Prout (Leitchville Gunbower), Dale Young (Mount Pleasant), Stephen Kairn (Huntly), Aaryn Craig (North Bendigo), Ryan Prendergast (LG), Daniel Hill (Colbinabbin), Liam Main (LBU), Ryan Semmel (Huntly), Tyson Findlay (NB), Nick Knight (Colbo),

B: Tyler Miles (Eaglehawk), Pat McCarthy (Kyneton), Jake Thrum (Golden Square) HB: Codie Price (Sandhurst), Jack Reaper (Gisborne), Isaiah Miller (South Bendigo) C: Adam Baird (Golden Square), Jack Geary (C) (Golden Square), Kalan Huntly (Castlemaine) HF: Ben McPhee (Eaglehawk), Jayden Burke (Golden Square), Lee Coghlan (Sandhurst) F: Hamish Morcom (Golden Square), Lachlan Sharp (Strathfieldsaye), Kaiden Antonowicz (South Bendigo) Fol: Kieran Strachan (South Bendigo), Rhys Magin (Kyneton), Trent Donnan (Strathfieldsaye)

Former Square star Dale Young has been named at full-back, while Ryan Semmel and Tyson Findlay have been named alongside one another in a star-studded onball brigade. Carter has also picked three rucks. Elmore’s Jack Hayes, Colbinabbin’s Hadleigh Sirrett and LBU’s Liam Main, named on a wing. The HDFL plays the GDFL from 2.15 on Saturday.

Jarod Bacon (LBU), Daniel Coates (LG), Sean Morris (NB), Hadleigh Sirett (Colbo), Matt Perri (LG), Jack Hayes (Elmore), Jeremy Mills (NB), Jarrod Findlay (NB), Jack Gleeson (LG), Hoby Bussey (LG), Zeik Johnston (LBU), Rhys Irwin (White Hills), Jordan Waldron (WH), Mitchell McEvoy (Colbo).

BFNL SENIOR INTERLEAGUE SQUAD

Int: Jonathan Lanyon (Kangaroo Flat), Brodie Collins (Eaglehawk), Jack Fallon (Eaglehawk), Matt Compston (Golden Square), Jake Moorhead (Strathfieldsaye). Emerg: Jonty Neaves (Eaglehawk) BFNL U18 INTERLEAGUE SQUAD

RELIABLE: Mount Pleasant star Dale Young.

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Ahlise’s new start go and play there later in the year,” Hurst said this week. “I’ve always wanted to play college and it’s a great school so I’m really lucky.” Basketball runs in the Hurst family, her father Joe played four years at Northwest Missouri State University before coming to Australia to play with Hobart in the NBL in the 1990s. So good was “Jumping Joe” that he won the 1988 NBL MVP award and played two further seasons with Hobart along with campaigns in Europe. “I don’t really remember watching him play because I was too young, but I’ve heard lots of stories about his career,” Ahlise said. The junior Hurst has always been a highly-regarded prospect through under-age ranks, but in recent years her star has risen further. Straight after her trip to the US, she flew to a training camp with the Australian Gems under-19 team, in which she was selected earlier this year. “To get the opportunity it work with those coaches and players is really good, you learn so much but it was definitely a step up,” she said.

By JOEL PETERSON

FOR as long as she can remember, Ahlise Hurst has been immersed in the sport of basketball. Some of her earliest memories are sitting courtside watching her father Joe play, long before she stepped onto court herself. But the 18-year-old Bendigo Braves guard has forged her own path through the sport, a journey which is about to take her across the other side of the world for four years. After her ambition of simply wanting to follow in her father’s footsteps and play the game came a long-held ambition to go to college in the US. A fortnight ago that became a reality, with Hurst signing with the University of New Mexico on a scholarship. While her departure date isn’t set – she hopes it will allow her to play as much for the Bendigo Braves women’s team as possible – the former Mildura junior can’t wait to join the Lobos program in Albuquerque. “It’s really exciting, I was there two weeks ago and I can’t wait to

The point guard will likely not return for Bendigo this week as the team plays the Basketball Australia Centre of Excellence at home on Friday and Dandenong on Sunday. Instead she’ll watch on as Kelly Wilson and Nadeen Payne lead the undefeated Braves into battle. The team will also be without centre Gabe Richards. She has no doubt that playing senior basketball, and working with the likes of Wilson, a three-time WNBL champion, has had a big impact on her game. “Being able to play with and lean from someone like Kelly every day is so helpful, she is so experienced and you just learn from watching the way she plays and controls the game,” Hurst said. And she hopes to be part of many more wins in Braves colours this season. “I think we’re playing great already, but that doesn’t mean we can’t improve,” she said. “We’re working to be better and make sure that every time we step onto the court we’re at our best.” OFF TO COLLEGE: Bendigo Braves guard Ahlise Hurst.

Hansen hits 100 DANIEL Hansen may only be 26, but as he hits 100 games with the Bendigo Braves this weekend he admits he feels a touch battle weary. “I would’ve been there for at least 150 games, and played more with the youth league. I feel about 80,” he laughed. Hansen notches the milestone on Sunday against Dandenong, in Bendigo’s second game of a testing weekend. The sharpshooter has increased his role in recent years from an occasional part of Ben Harvey’s side to a regular member of the team. “I definitely feel like I’ve stepped up into that bigger role and am really enjoying that,” he said. The Braves endured a loss to Melbourne last weekend, and Hansen said they have a round of revenge ahead of them. Bendigo plays Basketball Australia’s Centre of Excellence on Friday night in the team’s last game on the old court one at Bendigo Stadium.

Tobin sizes up WNBL debut CENTRE Becca Tobin has become the latest player to join the Bendigo Spirit ranks for the 2018/19 Women’s National Basketball League season. The 195-centimetre American will fill a position of need for the club alongside Nadeen Payne in the frontcourt. The former Arizona State star has held preseason spots with the Phoenix Mercury and Los Angeles Sparks in the

just rely on Ray (Turner) to do that work for us,” he said. “We have to really focus in on that and be stronger on the boards, we can’t allow them to have 12 offensive rebounds in a quarter like Melbourne did last weekend. “Hopefully we can cap it off with a win on Sunday in Dandenong.” Tonight’s double-header at Bendigo Stadium begins at 6pm with the women’s match.

A NEW mountain bike ride aimed specifically at women and girls is pushing ahead, with the third edition of the event to be held next weekend. Next Sunday, May 27, will see the Bendigo Mountain Bike Club host the Women’s and Girls Mountain Bike Challenge, which is set to be the biggest and best event yet. The challenge is designed to offer something different to women to get them on their bikes. “With the emphasis on challenge, the event is all about women and girls of

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ate a shot for herself, and that she will demand a double team,” he said. “She has worked in tandem with a threepoint-shooting number four player before, just like Nadeen. As a post duo, I feel they are going to be a lethal combination this season, one that Bendigo fans will enjoy. “At the other end she will be able to defend all the other bigs in the league due to her length.”

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MILESTONE MAN: Daniel Hansen. The Braves lost to the CoE in round five on the road and lost to Dandenong in a preseason practice match. “Hopefully we can pay them both back this weekend,” Hansen said. The Braves were smashed by 20 in the rebound count against the Tigers last Saturday night, and that will be the first thing to focus on tonight. “It comes back to communication and rebounding. We can’t

WNBA and most recently played a key role for German club TSV Wasserburg as it reached the women’s Bundesliga final. She experienced a life threatening incident due to a heart condition several years ago but has since made a full recovery. Spirit coach Simon Pritchard said the combination of Tobin and Payne was an exciting one. “What I like about Becca is her ability to cre-

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