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ustralian actress Melissa George has returned to acting as she tries to find the “light in the dark” after her messy custody battle. George has been cast opposite Sean Penn in The First, a new series from House of Cards creator Beau Willimon. “I flew from New Orleans to here and then I leave tomorrow morning to go back to set,” George told reporters as she attended Flemington’s ...cont. on page 08 >> Derby Day.

acebook had reason to celebrate as it released its Q3 2017 earnings but CEO Mark Zuckerberg struck a sombre tone as the company faces questions about its role in Russia’s campaign to influence the 2016 presidential elections. “Our community continues to grow and our business is doing well,” Zuckerberg was quoted saying in the company’s earnings release. “But none of that matters if our services are used in ways that don’t bring people closer together. We’re serious about preventing abuse on our platforms. We’re investing so much in security that it will impact our profitability. Protecting our community is more important than maximising our profits.” ...cont. on page 08 >>

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anchester City have opened an 8 point gap at the top of the Premier League as they continued their irresistible form with a 3-1 home victory over Arsenal. Their closest pursuers Manchester United lost 1-0 at Chelsea, ahead of the international break. City took their goals tally in all competitions this season to 52 as Kevin De Bruyne, Sergio Aguero and substitute Gabriel Jesus ensured a ninthsuccessive league win.

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Stronger flu vaccines coming next year

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ealth Minister Greg Hunt is confident a stronger flu vaccine targeting the elderly will help minimise cases and deaths next year. Figures reveal more than 217,000 Australians had laboratoryconfirmed cases of the flu this year - more than double the previous record of just over 100,000 in 2015. Several nursing homes residents in Victorian and Tasmania died as a result of the outbreak.

“The signs are we will have the new A-strain vaccine that will protect seniors next year,” Mr Hunt told reporters. Mr Hunt met with his state and territory counterparts in Canberra on Friday afternoon. The ministers agreed on banning nurses working solo in remote areas, following the murder of outback nurse Gayle Woodford in the APY Lands of SA’s far north last year.

Labor’s plan to solve citizenship crisis LABOR’S CITIZENSHIP CIRCUIT BREAKER

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heavily pregnant young Victorian woman has been jailed for at least five years after she caused the death of her 19-year-old friend while overtaking a speeding car. Gemma Sargent, 20, cried in the County Court of Victoria on Monday when being sentenced for losing control of her car and crashing, killing her passenger, while driving from Ballarat to Geelong on New Year Eve, 2015. “You grossly overestimated your abilities as a driver. There was no need for you to pass a car that was itself driving 30km/h over the speed limit,” Judge James Montgomery said.

NT could launch rockets ‘within a year’

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ockets could be blasting off into space from the Northern Territory within a year, chief minister Michael Gunner says. During a speech in Darwin on Wednesday, the NT Labor leader is expected to reveal his plans to make the Top End a national security and space exploration hub. “We could be launching rockets into space from Arnhem Land within a year,” he is expected to tell the Northern Australia Defence Summit. “That most magical part of the world, home to the most

ancient people, the most ancient stories, the most ancient languages, will soon be a seat for the extreme edges of engineering capability.” The Australian space sector has an annual revenue of more than $3 billion, which captures just 0.8 per cent of the global $330 billion space industry.

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ctor Vince Colosimo has been convicted and fined for driving through Melbourne’s CBD while suspended and under the influence of the illegal drug ice. Colosimo, 50, pleaded guilty on Friday in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court after being charged with driving on a suspended licence with the drug in his system, when stopped and tested on March 5. Magistrate David Starvaggi convicted and fined him $3500. He also cancelled his licence for five months.

rime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s private Sydney home is not connected to the national broadband network, despite it being available in his street. A Senate committee has heard Mr Turnbull’s Point Piper home has an ADSL connection and telephone line.

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drug deal gone wrong in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs has left a man with a slash wound to the neck from a machete. The 20-year-old Pascoe Vale man had arranged to meet with two men for a drug sale after speaking on a classifieds website, but when they met in a car in Kew on Thursday night the pair cut his neck with a machete and stole cash. Police are investigating both the armed robbery and the drug sale, with the victim expected to be charged with drug-related offences.

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MANY AUSTRALIANS CONFUSED ABOUT SUNSCREEN

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n increasing number of Australians are confused about the safety of sunscreen, the findings of a national survey suggests. Statistics from the Cancer Council’s National Sun Protection Survey, to be presented at the World Congress of Melanoma in Brisbane on Friday, show only 55 per cent of Australian adults recognise that it’s safe to use sunscreen every day, down from 61 per cent in 2014.

The survey of 3614 adults aged 18-69 years also found 17 per cent were worried that sunscreens contain ingredients that are bad for health, while separately 20 per cent believed using sunscreen regularly would result in not having enough vitamin D. The “alarming” results have been blamed on numerous sunscreen myths being pushed on social media.


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Minister and Cabinet said NBN would be hooked up to Point Piper “as soon as possible” and Kirribilli “in the near future”. Mr Turnbull has encouraged Australians to take up the NBN, despite describing it as a Labor “train wreck” which the coalition government had to get back on track to save taxpayers’ money.

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fforts to reduce opioid and other prescription medication-related deaths in Australia have been boosted with the release of new prescribing guidelines by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. RACGP President Dr Bastian Seidel said pain management has significant benefits for patients but painkilling medications must be prescribed and used responsibly. “For many people, good pain management can transform their quality of life, allowing them to work, be active, and participate in the community rather than being functionally disabled,” Dr Seidel said. Unfortunately, there has been an “exploitation of painkilling medications”, says Dr Seidel. He says the new guidelines - unveiled at the medical body’s annual scientific conference in Sydney on Thursday - have been produced largely in response to increasing concerns about the use and safety of opioids. Analysis of ABS data by researchers at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, released earlier this year, found 68 per cent of the 668 overdose deaths in 2013 were related to pharmaceutical opioids. Dr Seidel says the new guideline will help GPs feel more comfortable and better supported when managing patients suffering

from chronic pain. “Currently 20 to 40 per cent of adult consultations in Australian general practice involve a chronic pain complaint,” Dr Seidel said. Dr Evan Ackermann - Deputy Chairman of the RACGP National Quality Committee - worked very closely on the development of the guidelines. He says for too long there has been no guidance in Australia to inform GPs on chronic pain management. “The problem in pain management is that no drug works well. With chronic pain its a very difficult condition, its actually a group of conditions that you need to treat so its really important to treat each person individually and find the medications that works for them,” Dr Ackermann told AAP. In releasing the guidelines for pain management, the RACGP has also called on the federal government for better funding of pain management. They’ve also called for improved hospital discharge summaries to assist GPs. “A lot the problems with pain or problematic use of opioids often starts in the acute centre, so people legitimately get these opioids while in hospital but they’ve got no plan otherwise for when they go home to help them get off them,” Dr Ackermann said.

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RAPPER 360 CRITICISES AUST CODEINE PLAN

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elbourne rapper 360 has always been open about his struggles with drug abuse, but despite his overdose last year from the over-the-counter painkiller codeine, he doesn’t believe the opioid should be made a prescription-only drug. The decision by the Therapeutic Good’s Administration will come into affect from February, but 360 believes there’s another solution to the problem. “I think they should do the exact same thing they do with pseudoephedrine, the way you have to put your licence down so that they can keep track of if anyone’s taking too much. Because there are people who don’t abuse it,” 360 told AAP. The rapper is clean now but understands better than anyone how easy it is to get caught up in the grip of opioid addiction.

Pressure on Apple to live up to hype

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he iPhone X’s lush screen, facial-recognition skills and $US1,000 ($A1,400) price tag are breaking new ground in Apple's marquee product line. Now, the much-anticipated device is testing the patience of consumers and investors as demand outstrips suppliers’ capacity. Apple said Thursday that iPhone sales rose 3 per cent in the July-September quarter, a period that saw the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus come out in the final weeks. Sales could have been higher if many customers hadn't been waiting for the iPhone

X, which has gone on Sale in Australia and Asia. Apple shipped 46.7 million iPhones during the period, according to its fiscal fourthquarter report released Thursday. That’s up from 45.5 million at the same time last year after the iPhone 7 came out, but represents a step back from the same time in 2015, when Apple shipped 48 million iPhones during the quarter. Revenue in that division surged 34 per cent to $US8.5 billion ($A11.9 billion) during the JulySeptember period. All told, Apple earned $US10.7 billion ($A15.0 billion) on revenue of $US52.6

EQUAL PAY FOR WOMEN IS 217 YEARS AWAY

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omen will have to wait 217 years before they earn as much as men and have equal representation in the workplace, research says, revealing the widest gap in almost a decade. Women are paid and achieve just over half as much as men in the workplace, the World Economic Forum says, reporting an economic gap of 58 per cent

between the sexes. “In 2017 we should not be seeing progress towards gender parity shift into reverse,” said Saadia Zahidi, WEF’s head of education, gender and work. It is the second year in a row that the Swiss non-profit has recorded worsening economic inequality, which is calculated by measuring how many men and women participate in the labour

billion ($A73.6 billion), compared with a $US9 billion ($A13 billion) profit on revenue of $US46.9 billion ($A65.7 billion) a year earlier.. Nonetheless, the just-ended quarter largely became an afterthought once Apple decided to release the iPhone X six weeks after the iPhone 8. “The Super Bowl for Apple is the iPhone X,” GBH analyst Daniel Ives said. “That is the potential game changer.” force, their earned incomes and their job advancement. Last year, WEF said women would achieve economic equality in 170 years, down from 118 years in 2015. No country has closed the pay gap, WEF said, using data from institutions such as the International Labour Organisation, United Nations Development Program and World Health Organisation.

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t took less than a week for two-time Oscar winner Kevin Spacey to go from admired stage, TV and film star to a pariah, under investigation by the police and fired from his Emmy-nominated role in House of Cards.

from gay activists and fellow performers. Netflix and the House of Cards producer, Media Rights Capital, announced the show would end at the conclusion of season six.

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Mexican actor Roberto Cavazos wrote on Facebook he encountered Spacey at the bar OCTOBER 29 of London’s Old Vic Theatre, Actor Anthony Rapp said he where Spacey was artistic attended a party at Spacey’s director from 2004-15, and New York apartment in 1986, the actor tried to fondle him. when he was 14 where a drunk “It was more common for this Spacey picked him up, placed guy, when he was in the bar of him on his bed, and climbed on his theater, grabbing whoever top of him. He said he was lucky caught his attention,” Cavazos to escape the 26-year-old. wrote. “I didn’t stand for it, but OCTOBER 30 I know some people who were Spacey posted on Twitter that afraid to stop it.” he didn’t remember the Rapp NOVEMBER 2 encounter. “But if I did behave CNN reported that eight current then as he describes, I owe or former House of Cards him the sincerest apology workers claimed that Spacey for what would have been made the production a “toxic” deeply inappropriate drunken workplace and one ex-employee behavior”, he said. He also said alleged the actor sexually Rapp’s story encouraged him to assaulted him. CNN reported come out as a gay man. that all of the people described Spacey faced condemnation

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Spacey’s behaviour as predatory. The report accused Spacey of targeting staffers who were typically young and male with nonconsensual touching and crude comments. Spacey’s talent agency Creative Arts Agency said it was no longer representing Spacey, and his publicist also parted ways with the actor.

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London police said they were investigating an alleged 2008 sexual assault allegation from a man who was in his early 20s at the time. Netflix said it would cut all ties with Spacey, and would not be involved with any further production of House of Cards that includes him. The company also said it would not release the film Gore, starring Spacey, which was in post-production. A Dutch business forum cancelled his appearance at their conference in Rotterdam.

Prince Harry warns of social media dangers

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rince Harry has warned of the dangers of social media for young people as he met ambassadors for a mental health charity on a visit to Denmark. Harry spoke to volunteers and service users from the One of Us mental health campaign at a bakery in the Danish capital recently. “People are spending far too much time online and it’s like a mental running machine that they can’t get off,” he said. “You wouldn’t put your body through such a workout. “I’m the last person to say ban it but people are suffering from mental fatigue and getting burnt out. “We all need to talk to each other more.” Harry was given a tour of the bakery kitchen by head chef Claus Borre but declined a Danish pastry on his visit.

Speaking afterwards, charity ambassador Troels Torp said Harry was caring and down to earth. “It was great to talk to the Prince as I thought he was an equal,” he said. “You could see he had been in a dark place once himself because of his mother and that’s why he can relate to us.” Prince Harry then went on to the Danish Veterans Centre where he met Prince Joachim, the younger son of Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. The two princes shook hands and posed for pictures before going to meet veterans, including members of the Danish Invictus Games team. The Prince was on the second day of a two-day visit to Copenhagen - the latest in a series of European trips made by the Royal Family following the Brexit vote.

“I’ve taken a big break for personal reason and I’m taking a step back in with someone I really admire and have been such a fan of,” she said of Sean Penn. George says she’s trying to look for the “light in the dark” following her split from French entrepreneur Jean-David Blanc and a bitter custody battle, which has left her unable to take the pair’s two children out of France. “I look for the light in the dark, it’s so important to wake up in the morning and choose to be happy,” she said. “I fly from France to New Orleans and back again so I can spend the maximum time I can with my kids.” A guest of the Kennedy marquee, George wore a custom Schiaparelli couture dress, cheekily breaking the Derby Day black and white dress code by including a splash of purple. She said it was a coincidental nod to the race day’s official flower, the cornflower. “There’s a bit of purple in the dress, I know I’m not supposed to ... it’s a little secret!’

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outh Africa’s state prosecutors has told the Supreme Court of Appeal the sixyear sentence for murder handed to Paralympic gold medallist Oscar Pistorius is “shockingly lenient” and asked for the right to launch an appeal. Pistorius was imprisoned in July last year after being found guilty on appeal of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine’s Day 2013. The case has attracted worldwide interest. He was not in court for Friday’s hearing. Women’s rights groups in a country beset by high levels of violent crime against women say Pistorius has received preferential treatment compared to non-whites and those without his wealth or international celebrity status. The athlete was originally convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to five years in jail. That conviction was increased to murder by the SCA in December 2015 and his sentence increased to six years by trial Judge Thokozile Masipa. State prosecutors, led by advocate Andrea Johnson, said the sentence by Masipa

was too lenient as the jail term was less than half the minimum 15-year sentence prescribed for murder in South Africa. Johnson said the High Court did not list the substantial and compelling factors for deviating from the 15-year sentence and that Pistorius had not shown remorse for the murder. “There is no true, gut-wrenching remorse,” Johnson said. “It is shockingly lenient and has accordingly resulted in an injustice,” she said, referring to the sentence. Lawyers for the gold medallist, known as the “Blade Runner” for his carbon-fibre prosthetics, say he did not deliberately kill model and law graduate Steenkamp. Barry Roux, lead defence lawyer for Pistorius, said the athlete was suffering from severe and worsening posttraumatic stress disorder over the case. Roux said Masipa had addressed the misperception that Pistorius deliberately killed Steenkamp. “Leave to appeal should really not be granted,” he said. The court did not set a date for when it would rule on whether the appeal can be heard or not.

50-DEGREE FUTURE FOR LOU DIAMOND AUSSIE CITIES: STUDY PHILLIPS ARRESTED

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limate change could result in Melbourne and Sydney sweltering through 50-degree days within the next couple of decades, a new study warns. Other parts of Australia are also on track for unprecedented extreme heat. And increased water temperature in the Coral Sea are expected to keep cooking the Great Barrier Reef, the Australian National Universityled study warns. Lead researcher Sophie Lewis says that even if the world limits warming to the 2-degree target set under the Paris climate change pact, Australia’s biggest cities could still see heatwaves pushing the mercury to 50 degrees. “And that might occur in just a few decades,” Dr Lewis said. It will naturally be worse if that target isn’t reached. “Our current emissions trajectories for carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses in fact exceeds what can be expected for two degrees,” Dr Lewis told ABC television.

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S actor Lou Diamond Phillips faces a driving while intoxicated charge in Texas for an incident that happened just hours before he appeared at a speaking engagement in Corpus Christi. Police in Portland, Texas, arrested Phillips in the early hours of Friday. Jail records show the La Bamba star was freed after posting bail, which had been set at $US2500. An officer was conducting an unrelated traffic stop when the 55-year-old Phillips drove up and asked for directions. The officer suspected Phillips had been drinking, Police Chief Mark Cory says. Phillips’ blood alcohol level was .20 per cent - more than twice the legal limit for driving, he said. Cory says Phillips, who listed a California address, was cooperative. Jail records listed no lawyer for Phillips, a 1980 graduate of Corpus Christi’s Flour Bluff High School.


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he face of an 18th-century “witch” who died in jail before she could be burned for her “crimes” has been digitally reconstructed. Lilias Adie, from Torryburn, Fife, died in 1704 while held in prison for her “confessed” crimes of being a witch and having sex with the devil. BBC Radio Scotland’s Time Travels program has now unmasked her face by working with a forensic artist at the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification at the University of Dundee.

the facial expression and adding photographic textures. “There was nothing in Lilias’ story that suggested to me that nowadays she would be considered as anything other than a victim of horrible circumstances, so I saw no reason to pull the face into an unpleasant or mean expression and she ended up having quite a kind face, quite naturally.” Ms Adie had been sentenced to be burned to death but died in prison beforehand, with one theory being she committed suicide.

The team believes it is likely to be the only accurate likeness of a Scottish “witch” in existence as most were burned, destroying any hope of reconstructing their faces from skulls. Presenter Susan Morrison said: “It was a truly eerie moment when the face of Lilias suddenly appeared. “Here was the face of a woman you could have a chat with, though knowing her story it was a wee bit difficult to look her in the eye.” Dr Christopher Rynn, who carried out the work using stateof-the-art 3D virtual sculpture, said: “When the reconstruction is up to the skin layer, it’s a bit like meeting somebody and they begin to remind you of people you know, as you’re tweaking

The records of her accusers paint a picture of a woman, possibly in her 60s, who may have been frail for some time, with failing eyesight. They also suggest a woman who showed courage in holding off her accusers and their demands for the names of others to interrogate and kill. Program historian Louise Yeoman added: “I think she was a very clever and inventive person. The point of the interrogation and its cruelties was to get names. “It’s sad to think her neighbours expected some terrifying monster when she was actually an innocent person who’d suffered terribly. The only thing that’s monstrous here is the miscarriage of justice.”

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arents of small children have long been hearing about the perils of "screen time." And with more screens and new technologies, the message is getting louder. And while plenty of parents are feeling guilty about it, some experts say it might be time to relax a little. Go ahead and hand your kid a gadget now and then to cook dinner or get some work done. Not all kids can entertain themselves quietly, especially when they are young. "I know I should limit my kid's screen time a lot, but there is reality," said Dorothy Jean Chang, who works for a tech company in New York and has a two-year-old son. When she needs to work or finds her son awake too early, "it's the best, easiest way to keep him occupied and quiet." She's not alone. Common Sense Media, a US-based nonprofit group focused on kids' use of media and technology, said in a report that kids aged eight and under average about two hours and 19 minutes with screens every day at home. That's about the same as in 2011, though it's up from an hour and a half in 2013 - the last time the survey was conducted - when smartphones were not yet ubiquitous but TV watching was on the decline. While the overall numbers have held steady in recent years, kids are shifting to mobile devices and other new technologies, just as their parents are. The survey found that kids spend an average of 48 minutes a day on mobile devices, up from 15 minutes in 2013. Some parents and experts

worry that screens are taking time away from exercise and learning. But studies are inconclusive. Economist Emily Oster said studies have found that kids who watch a lot of TV tend to be poorer, belong to minority groups and have parents with less education - all factors that contribute to higher levels of obesity and lower test scores. For that reason, it's "difficult to draw strong conclusions about the effects of television from this research," Oster wrote in 2015. In fact, the Common Sense survey found that kids whose parents have higher incomes and education spend "substantially less time" with screens than other children. The gap was larger in 2017 than in previous years. Jen Bjorem, a speech pathologist in Kansas, said while it's "quite unrealistic" for many families to totally do away with screen time, balance is key. "Screen time can be a relief for many parents during times of high stress or just needing a break," she said. Bjorem recommends using "visual schedules" that children can understand to set limits. Instead of words, these schedules have images - of dinner, bed time, reading or TV time, for example. In an interview Oster said while screen time "is probably not as good for your kid as high-quality engagement" with parents, such engagement is probably not something we can give our kids all the time anyway. "Sometimes you just need them to watch a little bit of TV because you have to do something, or you need (it) to be a better parent," Oster said.


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raised fist made of helmets, pick axes and broken rubble rolled ahead of hundreds of walking skeletons, costumed dancers and flowery floats in Mexico City’s Day of the Dead parade, which this year honoured the 228 capital residents killed by last month’s earthquake. “Thank you, rescuers!” belted out Guadalupe Perez, 56, as she passed the sculpture on Saturday, which was following contingents of rescuers, including dogs. Mexico City’s central Zocalo plaza was filled by the papier mache dead, skeletal Catrina figures and candle-covered shrines where people were invited to place photographs of those killed in two quakes, which together left more than 400 dead across the country.

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etrol prices will rise across Australia in the lead up to Christmas but Sydney motorists will save a bit at the bowser in the next couple of weeks. NRMA spokesman Peter Khoury said even though global prices were on the rise, the price in Sydney would temporarily decline. “The oil industry is so volatile

that we’re flat out determining what the prices will be in eight days’ time, let alone eight weeks’ time,” he told reporters in Sydney on Monday. “We do know that prices will go down and that they will continue to go down over the next few days.” Internationally prices are on the rise with the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’

cartel cutting production levels over the past year. The Brent Crude benchmark climbed to a two-year high on Sunday reaching $US62.07 ($81.10). Mr Khoury said drivers in NSW shouldn’t worry about the rise leading into Christmas, just yet. “If you are a family planning your Christmas holiday don’t fret yet, because there is a long way

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resident Donald Trump has reacted to filmmaker Michael Moore’s Broadway show poking fun at his administration by launching a Twitter spat, to which Moore responded in a series of tweets, accusing the president of trying to distract the public from Afghanistan, Puerto Rico and the Russia probe. “While not at all presidential,” Trump wrote, “I must point out that the Sloppy Michael Moore Show on Broadway was a TOTAL BOMB and was forced to close. Sad!” Moore took up the gauntlet, sending off a dozen tweets regarding his one-man show by mimicking Trump’s typical language and attacking the president according to the format he used in The Terms of My Surrender, which closed on Octonrt 22 - apparently on schedule - after a 12-week run at the Belasco Theater. “You must have my smash hit of a Broadway show confused with your presidency - which IS a total bomb and WILL indeed close early,” Moore wrote.

“NOT SAD.” The winner of the Oscar for best documentary in 2003 for “Bowling for Columbine” then added that on Sunday one US soldier was killed and six wounded in a noncombat helicopter accident in the “never-ending” war in Afghanistan. “You, our President, are not even aware of this,” tweeted Moore. “You ARE aware I’m a ‘B’way star’ & I guess this bothers you more. SAD.” “Prosecutor (Robert) Mueller’s Grand Jury has just approved the 1st criminal indictments of your administration. R u trying 2 distract us from this?” continued Moore, adding that “38 days after Maria, 3/4 of (Puerto Rico) (our fellow Americans) have NO electricity. Yet u are more upset that so many ppl saw my B’way show. SAD.” And the filmmaker went on to tweet that “They say Twitter ‘distracts’ you from your presidency. But Twitter IS YOUR PRESIDENCY! It’s all you know how to do. #LOSER!”

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omedian and actor Billy Connolly will be knighted at Buckingham Palace for services to entertainment and charity. After learning he had been given a knighthood in the Queen’s birthday honours list, Connolly told the BBC: “I am a little embarrassed but deep within me, I’m very pleased to have it. “I feel as if I should be called Lancelot or something. Sir Lancelot, that would be nice. Sir Billy doesn’t quite have the same ring.” Glasgow-born Connolly will

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Photo: Associated Press reporter Nick Jesdanun demonstrates Face ID, on an iPhone X, in New York. If you're wearing glasses, the iPhone can still recognize you using other parts of your face, within reason. The iPhone did not recognize Jesdanun with this costume on.

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pple has disputed a report by Bloomberg News that it recently allowed suppliers to reduce the accuracy of the iPhone X's facial recognition system to speed output of the phone. In a statement to Reuters, Apple said: “Bloomberg's claim that Apple has reduced the accuracy spec for Face ID is completely false.” Bloomberg's report, which cited sources close to people familiar with the situation, said Apple relaxed some of the technical specifications for sensors for the Face ID system, making it faster

to test the parts. A Bloomberg spokeswoman said recently the company stood behind its report. The Face ID system, among the $US999 ($A1297) iPhone X's most talked-about features, uses a mathematical model of users' faces to allow them to sign on to their phones or pay for goods with a steady glance at their phones. Apple has faced a slew of issues with its latest set of phones launched on September 12, with muted demand for the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, and media and analyst reports suggesting

reduced shipment plans for the iPhone X. In its statement, Apple said it expects the iPhone X to go on sale as planned on November 3 with the Face ID feature. “The quality and accuracy of Face ID haven't changed. It continues to be 1 in a million probability of a random person unlocking your iPhone with Face ID,” the company said in a statement. Bloomberg's story did not specify whether Apple relaxed its requirements before or after it announced its one-in-a-million accuracy claims for Face ID at a press conference on Sept 12.

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new app backed by celebrity gardener Jamie Durie will help aspiring green thumbs pick the perfect indoor plants for their home. The"Plant Life Balance" app is developed by Melbourne researchers and aims to help people choose the right type and amount of plants to improve air quality and wellbeing. “This app offers a creative solution to help people add plants into their home and make it a much, much healthier environment,” celebrity lanscaper Jamie Durie told AAP. "It's a brilliant initiative and I absolutely love it," he said of the app. People spent thousands of dollars on fancy gadgets and humidifiers when a pot plant could be cheaper and simpler solution, he said. “They also look beautiful in a home, no matter what someone's style is, whether they prefer more architectural plants or lovely scented plants like lavender, and they have this amazing health benefit,” Durie said.

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he FBI says it hasn't been able to retrieve data from nearly 7000 mobile phones in less than one year, as the US agency turns up the heat on the ongoing debate between tech companies and law enforcement officials. FBI Director Christopher Wray says in the first 11 months of the fiscal year, US federal agents were blocked from accessing the content of 6900 mobile phones.

“THIS IS A HUGE, HUGE PROBLEM” “To put it mildly, this is a huge, huge problem,” Wray said in a speech on Sunday at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference in Philadelphia. “It impacts investigations across the board - narcotics, human trafficking,

counterterrorism, counterintelligence, gangs, organised crime, child exploitation.” The FBI and other law enforcement officials have long complained about being unable to unlock and recover evidence from mobile phones and other devices seized from suspects even if they have a warrant. Tech firms maintain they must protect their customers' privacy. In 2016 the debate was on show when the Justice Department tried to force Apple to unlock an encrypted mobile phone used by a gunman in a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California. The department eventually relented after the FBI said it paid an unidentified vendor who provided a tool to unlock the phone and no longer needed Apple's assistance, avoiding a court showdown. The Justice Department under US President Donald Trump has suggested it will be aggressive in seeking access to encrypted information from technology companies. But in a recent speech, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein stopped short of saying exactly what action it might take.


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ith electronic waste growing at three times the rate of household garbage in Australia, a recycling plant is being built in Melbourne to accept unwanted computers, televisions and batteries. Company MRI has been approved by environment authorities in Victoria to establish a plant that will manually disassemble e-waste, including nickel-cadmium batteries, into raw materials for resale. There is an estimated 65,000 tonnes of e-waste to be recycled in Australia in the 2017/18 financial year under the federal government’s national computer and TV recycling scheme, which has a recycle target of 62 per cent. MRI, which is a co-regulator of the scheme, says it is responsible for about 15,000 tonnes of that. “Nationally we recycle about 20,000 tonnes, and in Victoria at the facility that has just been licenced, it will be about 1500 to 2000 tonnes,” managing director Will LeMessurier told AAP. “The national scheme sets a target of 90 per cent diversion rate from landfill, so it’s a very high number, and we have to track and trace all of those materials.” Tech brands make a financial contribution to recycling, based on import levels tracked by customs authorities. Based on 65,000 tonnes of waste at an average of 55 to 60 cents a kilo, that’s about $35 million to $40 million a year. MRI uses manual labour to disassemble the e-waste before sorting it into groups including plastics, circuit boards, steel, aluminium and copper wire. Environment Protection Authority Victoria said more than 90 per cent of the e-waste and batteries received by the new site would be recycled, with any residual waste sent to a licensed facility. “EPA’s assessment of the proposal focused on key environmental issues including potential dust emissions, land and stormwater contamination and ensuring that suitable controls were put in place,” EPA Victoria’s Tim Faragher said in a statement. “The Victorian government has committed to banning e-waste from landfill and the number of e-waste re-processors is predicted to grow following the ban’s introduction.”

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mazon is launching a service that will enable couriers to open customers’ front doors and leave deliveries inside. Called Amazon Key, the new system combines an app, home security camera and a smart lock that couriers will be able to unlock via the app once they have scanned the package to confirm its arrival. Users will receive a notification to their phone when a delivery driver arrives and can choose to watch the drop-off live on their smartphone via the cloudconnected camera. The online retail giant is launching the service in some parts of the US in November and is selling an Amazon Key starter kit - including a camera and smart lock - for $US250

($A324). The service is currently being advertised only for Amazon’s Prime scheme members. “Amazon Key gives customers peace of mind knowing their orders have been safely delivered to their homes and are waiting for them when they walk through their doors,” said Peter Larsen, the firm’s head of delivery technology. The technology giant confirmed that the Key system will also be compatible with other services, such as cleaners and dog walkers, with home owners able to grant them access when not at home. The Seattle-based firm has trialled a range of alternative methods of delivering parcels to customers, including running a test of drone delivery.

magine having the power to turn nightmares into sweet dreams or make sweet dreams even sweeter. It sounds like fantasy but a study at the University of Adelaide has worked out how to help put dreamers in the driver's seat. Dr Denholm Aspy has found three relatively simple techniques - one in particular can increase people's chances of having lucid dreams. Lucid dreams are the kind in which dreamers are aware they're dreaming. And with awareness comes the possibility of dream control. His findings hold great promise for people plagued by nightmares but also for anyone who wants to have more fun in bed, so to speak. Dr Aspy studied 169 Australian volunteers divided into three groups. The first practised reality testing - a physical breathing check to see which reality they were in - the dream world or waking life.

KIM DOTCOM TO MARRY on anniversary of raid

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ellington German internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is reportedly getting married on the sixth anniversary of the “militarystyle” raid on his mansion in New Zealand. The 43-year old is set to tie the knot with 23-year-old New Zealander Elizabeth Donnelly

to arrest him at the request of the US. The NZ Herald reported earlier that settlements had also been reached between police and others arrested, including Dotcom’s co-accused Bram van der Kolk and Mathias Ortmann. It was believed their settlements were six-figure sums and it was likely Dotcom would

on January 20, he told the New Zealand Herald. On Sunday, he tweeted: “To all the ladies. If you’re looking for the perfect husband who makes the best babies, I’m sorry but I’m taken.” Earlier this week Dotcom announced that he had reached a confidential settlement in his lawsuit against the New Zealand police force over the raid, in which over 70 heavily armed officers descended on his $NZ30 million mansion near Auckland

seek more. Dotcom is in the middle of fighting his extradition to the US on 13 counts including conspiracy to commit racketeering, copyright infringement, money laundering and wire fraud, all relating to the operations of Dotcom’s former file-sharing website Megaupload. Dotcom separated from his first wife Mona, the mother of his four children, in 2014.

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    CELEBRITY Mila Kunis serves Bad Moms sequel for Xmas

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ou know that awful feeling when you turn up to a friend’s place or party without a gift and realise you shouldn’t be empty-handed? Imagine if your hosts are Hollywood starlets Mila Kunis and Kathryn Hahn. Yeah, not good. Imagine if Kunis greets you with: “What do you have? Who are are you? Australia?” “No presents?” Hahn chips in. Some would say it is unethical for a journalist to give his interview subjects gifts, but sadly for me a German journalist who preceded my interview gave a super-sized wine glass to Kunis and brought a baby bottle/booze cup for Hahn. Didn’t I feel like a tight arse. “I feel bad,” I say. “I didn’t bring anything.” “Australia has failed us,” Kunis announces. “It’s too far to travel from Australia and bring presents, I’m sure,” Hahn, letting me off the

hook, says. I nod in agreement, declining to tell them I live only a few blocks away from the Los Angeles hotel where we have met to discuss their film, A Bad Moms Christmas. The film is the raunchy comedy sequel to last year’s original hit Bad Moms, with Kunis, Hahn and Kristen Bell (who was supposed to be at the interview but is today AWOL) playing mothers who rebel and go on boozy escapades. As the title suggests, the new movie is set around Christmas and dabbles in the familiar territory of how we try to survive Christmas with weirdo relatives and all of the expectations that come with them. The cast expands with Kunis’ character’s mother played by Christine Baranski, Bell’s by Cheryl Hines and Hahn’s by Susan Sarandon. “She’s a little known actress,” Munis quips about Sarandon. “I’m not sure if you guys have

ANOTHER ACTRESS ACCUSES WEINSTEIN OF RAPE

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opranos actress Annabella Sciorra is alleging she was raped by Harvey Weinstein after he barged his way into her apartment in the 1990s. Daryl Hannah, best known

for her starring roles in films Blade Runner and Splash is also speaking out, saying the movie mogul once tried to force his way into her hotel room. The actresses were quoted this week in The New Yorker. Sciorra told the magazine that Weinstein had violently raped her in the early 1990s and, over the next several years, sexually harassed her repeatedly. She said he “shoved” her onto her bed and they had nonconsensual sexual intercourse. Sciorra is best known for her role as Gloria Trillo in the HBO series The Sopranos, for which she received an Emmy nomination.

heard of her.” “She had to audition a lot,” Hahn adds. The film’s producers let Kunis, Bell and Hahn pick their mothers. “It was crazy,” Kunis said. “They were literally like ‘Who would you like?’” The film does raise the question of what is the best way to survive a Christmas surrounded by oddball mothers, fathers, uncles and aunts that we can avoid (if we wish) the rest of the year, but on December 25 you are squeezed together under the one roof, liquored up and under pressure

to create the perfect day. “Just go with the flow,” advises Kunis, 34, who has a three-yearold daughter Wyatt and oneyear-old son Dimitri with actor husband Ashton Kutcher. “That’s my big tip. “Have zero expectations.” If Australians are not happy about the American spelling of “Mom” in the film’s title, Kunis and Hahn say it’s OK if we spell it with a “u” or pronounce it our usual way. “My daughter says ‘mum’ because she watched Peppa Pig for so long that she thinks she is British,” Kunis says.

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el B claims she was drugged by her estranged husband throughout most of their 10year marriage, their bitter divorce battle has heard. The former Spice Girl, real name Melanie Brown, has accused Stephen Belafonte of domestic violence as they undergo an acrimonious split in court in Los Angeles. And in the latest development, Los Angeles Superior Court was told on Wednesday that she now claims he drugged her too. One of Belafonte’s lawyers, Philip Cohen, said: “Miss Brown now takes the position she was drugged by Mr

Belafonte throughout the course of the marriage.” The English-born singer, 42, made the allegation that she was drugged throughout “much to most” of the relationship during a recent deposition, Cohen added. Belafonte, also 42, is accused of tormenting Brown with years of mental and physical abuse.


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Alanis Morissette, center, Adrian Young and Tony Kanal perform with Linkin Park during Linkin Park and Friends Celebrate Life in Honour of Chester Bennington.

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dozen big-name guests have joined Linkin Park in a concert tribute to the band’s late singer Chester Bennington. Alanis Morissette and the band’s Mike Shinoda both performed new songs dedicated to Bennington, 41, who committed suicide in July, leaving behind left behind a wife and six children. The three-hour concert at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Saturday was live streamed on YouTube. Members of No Doubt, System of a Down, Avenged Sevenfold, Sum-41, Bush and Yellowcard performed with the five surviving members of Linkin Park. Metallica, Paul McCartney, Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan and Depeche Mode’s Dave

Gahan gave video messages that played in between clips of U2 dedicating One Tree Hill to Bennington during their recent Joshua Tree tour. But the night’s most powerful moments occurred when the remaining members of Linkin Park let the 18,000-plus fans take over and sing Bennington’s parts on both Numb, which featured an empty mike stand illuminated in the centre of the stage, and In the End. They also sang One More Light at the top of their lungs, with almost the entire Bowl illuminated by mobile phones. Morissette played a new ballad Rest, a song about the stigma faced by people who battle depression and mental illness. “I want to offer empathy to everyone out there and empathy

to Chester,” she said. Linkin Park member Mike Shinoda said he’d written his new song - Looking for an Answer, eight days after Bennington’s death. He also answered one of the main questions of this night: Where would Linkin Park go from here? He said even they don’t know. “I don’t know what’s gonna happen with this song,” he said. “If we do continue, I want to build on this.” Readers seeking support and information about suicide prevention can contact Lifeline on 13 11 14. Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467. MensLine Australia 1300 78 99 78.

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scar-winning actor Dustin Hoffman has responded to an allegation of sexual harassment by a teenage intern on a film set more than 30 years ago. “I have the utmost respect for women and feel terrible that anything I might have done could have put her in an uncomfortable situation. I am sorry,” Hoffman said in a statement on Wednesday. Hoffman, 80, star of The Graduate and Tootsie, said behaviour described by Anna

isney-Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok has topped the international box office with $US107.6 million ($A140.0 million) in 52 per cent of overseas markets, a week ahead of its US release. The UK is the top market with $1US5.8 million, 27 per cent ahead of Doctor Strange. It’s the biggest October opening ever for a movie in the UK except for James Bond titles. South Korea took in $US15.3 million, followed by Australia at $US8.4 million, Brazil at $US8.3

million, France at $US7.4 million, Indonesia at $US5.5 million and Taiwan at $US5.4 million. Disney said the opening of the third Thor movie is 4 per cent ahead of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which wound up with $US481 million at current exchange rates and 22 per cent ahead of Doctor Strange.

Graham Hunter in a first person account for The Hollywood Reporter magazine was “not reflective of who I am”. Hunter alleged in extracts from her 1985 diary and notes to her sister that Hoffman made vulgar remarks and jokes at her expense while she was working as a 17-year-old production assistant on the set of the 1985 TV film Death of a Salesman. “He (Hoffman) was openly flirtatious, he grabbed my ass, he talked about sex to me and in front of me,” Hunter wrote.

Reuters could not independently confirm Hunter’s allegations. Earlier on Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times reported that six women had made allegations of harassment and unwanted attention against movie director Brett Ratner. Ratner’s lawyer vehemently denied their claims. A number of allegations of sexual harassment and assault have been made in recent months against some prominent Hollywood men, including producer Harvey Weinstein and actor Kevin Spacey.

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An employee of grocery delivery service Amazon Fresh packs ordered products into a transport bag. Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Sales jumped 34 per cent to $US43.7 billion in the third quarter, including $US1.3 billion in sales from the upscale grocer. Analysts had expected $US42.1 billion. Prime Day, a summer marketing event Amazon has created to replicate the shopping frenzy that is more

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rom the Studio to the stage, Nat Allison delivers a pitch-perfect scream, strut antics and evil guitar showboat. A high energy, guitar heavy performance with tough lyrics, powerful vocals and guitar solos to match, and you can catch Nat when she lands back for a couple of local shows this month. Journeying to New York more than twenty times to write and record with Producer/Songwriter Mike Chapman (Blondie, Suzi Quatro, The Sweet, Smokey and countless others). The partnership has produced exciting material with Allison and Chapman continuing to add to their already impressive catalogue. Stepping onto big stages all around the country Nat played guitar for one of Australia’s most amazing vocalists ‘Vanessa Amorosi’. From interstate to international tours, TV performances and the video for Vanessa’s 2007 come back single ‘Kiss Your Mama’. Nat has also been seen gracing our TV screens when she was chosen to be the Hero Talent in Country Racing Victoria’s advertising campaign from 2010 to 2012. One of Nat’s career highlights was in 2010 when she was invited to London to play guitar on legendary ‘Suzi Quatro’s’ latest album titled ‘In The Spotlight’ as well as being a guest on stage with Suzi on her 2011 Australian tour. Since then, Nat has toured the country playing in Suzi Q’s band for the Red Hot Summer Tour, and is on board again when Suzi and the Red Hot Summer Tour return in January 2018 to Mornington Racecourse. ‘Rock ’n’ Roll is not just about the clothes you wear, it’s about a hook, it’s about that guitar riff that hits you deep down in your soul and it’s about lyrics you’ll never forget.’ – Nat Allison Nat Allison stops through this month for two exclusive shows on Saturday November 18 at Mornington’s Royal Hotel from 8pm and again as part of the Peninsula VineHop Festival at Phaedrus Estate from 10.30am on Sunday November 19. For more details check out the Gig Guide at www.pearlhq. com.au or find Nat Allison on Facebook.


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The Healesville Music Festival is a family friendly event held in the beautiful Yarra Valley. More than 25 bands and performers, workshops, children’s activities, street performances, food stalls and a craft market. BYO camping at the Healesville Racecourse which is walking distance to festival venues. Early bird tickets on sale now for a limited time only. For more information go to www.healesvillemusicfestival.com.au When: 10 Nov to 12 Nov

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The Sunday Age City2Sea presented by Westpac will bring in the new season of fun, fitness and sunshine when it returns to the streets of Melbourne on Sunday November 12, 2017. Participants will run, jog, walk or stroll the scenic 5km and 15km courses, starting in Melbourne’s CBD and finishing along the iconic Beaconsfield Parade and Catani Gardens in St Kilda. For more information on how to register, or to find out more about the Sunday Age City2Sea presented by Westpac, visit www.thecity2sea.com.au Where: MCG, 120 Brunton Avenue Melbourne When: 7am-1pm, Sunday, 12 November

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Welcome to the Happiest 5k on the Planet, where we’re less about your personal best and more about having the time of your life! Join us on a 5km fun run where you’ll be doused from head to toe in coloured powder, while also dancing your way through dreamy foam clouds and experiencing thousands of perfect photo ops! You can walk, skip, run or dance the course - whatever takes your fancy! Just be prepared for day of endless rainbows, laughs and good times with your besties! Where: Flemington Racecourse, 448 Epsom Road Flemington When: Sunday, 19 November

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You are invited to celebrate the start of the festive season at Frankston’s Christmas Festival of Lights 2017. Join Santa, Mrs Claus and your host Brodie Harper, as Davey Street and the Frankston Arts Centre are transformed into an enchanted land. For more information go to www.frankston.vic.gov.au/Things_To_Do Where: Davey Street Frankston, Melbourne When: 5pm – 10pm, Saturday, 25 November

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Promac celebrates 30 years with a wonderful mix of traditional Christmas carols, contemporary Christmas songs and a whole lot of laughs in between. Led by tenor Roy Best, international soprano Alison Jones, concert pianist Len Vorster, Opera Australia baritone and local Frankston resident Roger Lemke with Chris McKenna as MC, this will be just the ticket to conclude a magnificent year of daytime shows at the FAC. Cost $20 Where: Frankston Arts Centre, 27-37 Davey St 3199 Frankston When: 10.30am – 11.45am, Friday, 8 December

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cientists have identified a new species of great ape on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, finding that a small population of orangutans inhabiting its Batang Toru forest merits recognition as the third species of these shaggy, reddish tree dwellers. Researchers say these orangutans boast genetic, skeletal and tooth differences from the two other species of orangutan, meriting recognition as a unique third species. That would bring to seven the number of great ape species worldwide aside from people, alongside Africa’s eastern and western gorillas, chimpanzees and bonobos. Scientists are worried about the future of the newly identified species, one of humankind’s closest relatives. They have labelled the species the Tapanuli orangutan, with the scientific name Pongo tapanuliensis. “There are no more than 800 individuals remaining across three fragmented forest areas,” said conservation biologist Matthew Nowak of the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation

Programme. In addition to threats like hunting by humans, Nowak said, “Significant areas of the Tapanuli orangutan’s range are seriously threatened by habitat conversion for small-scale agriculture, mining exploration and exploitation, a large-scale hydroelectric scheme, geothermal development and agricultural plantations.” Orangutan means “person of the forest” in the Indonesian and Malay languages, and it is the world’s biggest arboreal mammal. Orangutans are adapted to living in trees, with their arms longer than their legs. They live more solitary lives than other great apes, sleeping and eating fruit in the forest canopy and swinging from branch to branch. “It’s pretty exciting to be able to describe a new great ape species in this day and age,” said University of Zurich evolutionary geneticist Michael Krutzen, adding that most great apes species are listed as endangered or critically endangered. “We must do everything possible to protect the habitats in

which these magnificent animals occur, not only because of them, but also because of all the other animal and plant species that we can protect at the same time.” Orangutans long were considered a single species, but were recognised as having two species in 1996, one in Sumatra and one in Borneo. The new species lives south of what was the known range

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TAURUS Certain restlessness and doubts could befall you this November, Taurus, so you have to prepare. Secrets about your lover could reveal themselves. What you find out may not be entirely to your liking, but they are part of your partner that you have to accept. Anxiety about your work could arise as well and you suddenly feel suffocated. You have the idea that you need more space and more freedom.

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CANCER A positive and energetic November awaits you, Cancer. Have more confidence in your work and express yourself with a smile. By doing so, you feel ready to tackle those small, daily problems that happen in life. Think about career possibilities or other changes in your life. It’s not a given fact that you have to continue following the path others chose for you. LEO This could be a busy month for you, Leo, but that is fine because you are quite efficient. Knock all tasks off your list one by one and tackle even those small, short errands. Make sure that you don’t worry too much about the problems of the people around you and don’t let them overshadow your personal successes.

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ustralian capital city home prices were flat last week, with the slight decline in Sydney offset by equally small rises in Perth and Melbourne. Brisbane and Adelaide home values did not move in the week to November 5 and have only risen 0.1 per cent over the past month, according to preliminary figures released by property data group CoreLogic on Monday. Sydney’s home values have continued their glacial descent, with the harbour city’s home prices down by 0.1 per cent over the week and 0.5 per cent lower over the month. Meanwhile, main rival Melbourne’s prices rose by the same degree last week, and by 0.4 per cent over the month. Property prices in Australia’s largest cities appear to be in a holding pattern and following the expected trajectory of easing growth after the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority in April told lenders to limit

higher risk interest-only loans to 30 per cent of new residential mortgages. Still, property prices are up over the year, by 10.9 per cent in Melbourne, and 7.4 per cent in Sydney. The national preliminary clearance rate the proportion of home auctions resulting in a sale - last week lifted to 66.8 per cent from the previous week’s final rate of 64.5 per cent but was down on the 73.6 per cent for the same time last year. But, fewer homes went under the hammer, with just 2,019 up for auction compared to the year-to-date high of 3,713 the

previous week. Melbourne is still the top achiever with a 77.3 per cent clearance rate while Perth is bottom of the pile, with just 30 per cent of homes actually selling at auction, the same percentage

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fixing housing affordability,” opposition finance spokesman Clayton Barr said in a statement. However, NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the tax breaks would be an incentive for big developers to continue providing housing for the state. “By having that surcharge exempt for developers who are providing new stock for NSW home owners, we think that’s a good thing,” Mr Perrottet told reporters. At the last budget, the state government doubled the foreign investor surcharge from four to eight per cent, as well as increasing the land tax surcharge from 0.75 to two per cent - a move expected to raise close to $2 billion.

Ms Berejiklian pointed to the affect stamp duty exemptions for first home buyers had had on the market as proof her government was working to address Sydney’s housing crisis. The government abolished stamp duty for first time buyers on all homes up to $650,000 and gave stamp duty “relief” for homes up to $800,000. Ms Berejiklian said almost 10,500 first home buyers purchased property since June, more than double the same time period last year. “We are thrilled that people are taking advantage of the exemptions which are slashing the cost of purchasing their first home,” Ms Berejiklian said in a statement.


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55 Lomica Drive. Saturday 11th November, 11.30am1.30pm. No Early Callers. Downsizing. All Must go. Quality Furniture. Household goods. Garden furniture. Heaps of bargains, HASTINGS

LANGWARRIN

That’s the thing about fishing CHANGING LIVES ONE LIFE AT A TIME we are a not-for-profit Association who assist with children with special needs, people battling mental health issues, disability groups, and much more. Looking for sponsors, volunteers or even a little help to get a New van to transport gear to our Events. Phone 0457 363 701, FRANKSTON

CLARINDA MARKET

Lions Clarinda Art & Craft Market. 4th Saturday of Every Month. 10am-2pm. Cnr Viney & Bourke Rds ., Clarinda [Melways 78-J-7] Kandy cakes, Greenview Preserves, George Steel fretwork, The Fuchsia Lady, jewellery, crafts, herbs, candles, soaps and much much more. Ph 9544 1161 or oakheat@bigpond.com, Phone 95441161, CLARINDA

PAUL MCCARTNEY TICKET ONE ON ONE Melbourne Concert, Tuesday Night 5th December. AAMI Park. One Excellent GOLD Level One Hard Copy Ticket, $250, Phone 0403431081, PARKDALE

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14 Comport Street. Saturday 11th November, 8:00am2:00pm. Spring clean garage sale! Lots of clothes (new with tags/preloved). Furniture. Crystal/Crockery. Electrical appliances. Toys. Books, BEAUMARIS

CRANBOURNE

24 Spring Water Crescent. Saturday 25th November, 9am-3pm. No Early Callers Please. General household goods. Bric-a-brac. Great bargains. Great for Christmas gifts, CRANBOURNE

DINGLEY VILLAGE

18 Wolbers Road, Saturday 11th November, 8:00am12:00pm. No Early Birds. Downsizing. Furniture. Motorcycle jackets. Clothing/ Accessories. Electrical. Homewares. Miscellaneous. Motor Vehicles. Sports Items, DINGLEY VILLAGE

HASTINGS

Hastings Community Hall. High Street Hastings. 3rd Saturday of every month. 9am-2pm. Supporting Western Port Annual Foreshore Festival. Collectables sale. Old Coins. Sporting Memorabilia. Military. Old Documents. Craft. Bric’a’brac and Much more, HASTINGS

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Reliable 18yo boy is looking for work In Frankston Area from 2pm onwards. Labour & Garden work. Pensioner Discounts. Call Bron, Phone 0403135319, FRANKSTON

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Looking to buy Oil tins Golden Fleece, Ammoco, Ampol, Mobil, Castrol, etc. Oil bottles, Petrol bowsers, Enamel signs - Anything Petrol, Oil, Milkbar related and Old Motorcycles. Will pay CASH, Phone 0418940437, CARRUM

Unit 1/34 Julie Crt. Saturday 11th November, 8.30am3pm. No Early Callers. WANTED TO BUY Tools. Plants. Some Furniture. Umbrella stand. RECORDS & CD’S Sundry items. Plus more, BUY RECORDS FOR WANTED CASH LANGWARRIN Records & CD’s. Cash I will buy your Old VINYL Paid. Mornington Peninsula LANGWARRIN RECORDS. Good prices & Surrounds - Will pick Unit 9/135 Union Rd. paid. Happy to Travel to you. up. Please call Jim Saturday 11th November, Please call Suellen on, Phone anytime on either number, 8am-1pm. Parking on Union 0425765524, MORNINGTON Phone 0412716595, Road ONLY. No Early PENINSULA MORNINGTON Callers. Many bargains under $5. Books. Fabric. CARLTON JUMPER Craft. Candles. Baking tins. WANTED WANTED VINTAGE Household goods & More, Carlton football jumper ITEMS LANGWARRIN wanted with knitted Required by Private Collector. CFC monogram, Phone Coins & Banknotes, Local or MT ELIZA MOUNT Foreign. Vintage Fountain 1 Freelands Drive. Saturday 0411739139, pens, Old Silver objects. Fair 11th November/Sunday MARTHA price paid. Will travel witihin 12th November, 8:00am40kms from Frankston. 5:00pm. All prices negotiable. CASH FOR Please phone Dan, Phone Art. Antiques. Bric’a’Brac. RECORDS! C l o t h i n g / A c c e s s o r i e s . I would love to buy your 97820246, FRANKSTON Furniture. Garden/Outdoor. old vinyl LP’s and Singles Homewares. Miscellaneous, (45’s) , Record players & MOUNT ELIZA CD’s. Happy to Travel to

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Private Collector Pays Cash for OLD Football Memorabila, Old badges, Old Australian Coins, Racebooks and Most Things Old and Interesting. SOMERVILLE 9 Meadowview Rd. Saturday Plus OLD GMH Publications. 10th November, 8am start. Please call, Phone 03 Moving house sale. Fishing 59791078, HASTINGS and Camping gear. Tools. COINS & BANK NOTES Toys. Baby goods. Furniture. Cash paid for Old Coins Household goods. DVDís & Bank notes. Also and more. All must go, Scrap Gold and/or Silver SOMERVILLE Jewellery wanted. All Pre SOMERVILLE 1960 Collectibles. Please 3 Pembroke Drive. Saturday call, Phone 0425887544, 11th November 8am-1pm. LANGWARRIN A little bit of everything. Collectables. Homewares. COLLECTOR Big boy toys. All priced to sell, WANTING SOMERVILLE

SOMERVILLE

10/27 Eramosa Road. Saturday 11th November. 9:00am-2:00pm. No Early Birds. Whole Unit Clear Out. Fridge, Microwave, European Style Lounge. Dining Setting. Q/Bed Frame. Bedsides/ Queen Ensemble Beds, SOMERVILLE

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Tipper, Truck & Trailer work. South East Area. Based at Carrum Downs. Permanent role with 5 1/2 days peer week. Must have appropriate license and speak fluent English. Call Dennis for more information, Phone 0425749849, FRANKSTON STH

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If your tired or too busy for Ironing call or Text Marina 0407508744 or 95154250. Free Pick up and drop off. In the following areas:- Brighton, Hampton, Sandringham, Black Rock, Mentone, Phone 0425713494, BRIGHTON

WATCHES

Private Collector would like to purchase ANY Old Mechanical Wrist or Pocket watches. Working or Not. Also interested in Mechanical Clocks or Parts. Any old watch making tools are welcome. Also, Any Technical books and Manuals wanted. Phone Calls Only, Phone 0408547699, CHELTENHAM

ELEC WHEELCHAIR WANTED

DX Trail Blazer Electric wheelchair wanted. Currently I have a 1995 model in disrepair and looking to buy same or similar model. Cash paid. Will travel. Moreo photos online www.tradertag.com. au, Phone 0408148234, CARRUM DOWNS

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL BACCHUS MARSH

SPORT & LIFESTYLE BICYCLES LADIES BIKE

Cherry red. Full size. Just been serviced (Spent $245 on Service). New seat. New front basket. Have receipts, $275, Phone 0400202516, DANDENONG

MALE BLACK BIKE

Full Size with helmet. Just been serviced (spent $200 on Service). Good condition. Have receipts, $285, Phone 0400202516, DANDENONG

NORCO MOUNTAINEER BIKES

1x Male & 1x Ladies. Plus 2x Bike carrier. Suits Towbar. Very Good condition, $150 the lot, Phone 0418310027, TYABB

FITNESS & SPORT EQUIPMENT SURFBOARD & WET SUITS

8ft Green & White Thruster Surfboard & cover, EC, $300. Long John XL wetsuit, XXL Vest & Spring Suit XXL wetsuit, $50 each, Phone 0400108633, MOUNT ELIZA

TREADMILL

If you are looking for an affordable retirement/ Investment option please take a look at this lovely, modern one bedroom unit. This property offers a great option for those looking for a seniorís community, complete with meal options and central recreation space, whilst still being able to live independently. Offering a spacious lounge with split-system, good size bedroom with built in wardrobes, kitchenette, and an updated bathroom with washing machine connection. There is also a private courtyard and an allocated parking space. Positioned in a quiet location at the rear of the complex, Phone 0435630845, AH 53675240, BACCHUS MARSH

BUSINESS & SHOP EQUIPMENT BUSINESS FOR SALE LAWN GARDENING ROUND

Approx 15 jobs in Frankston Area. Too much work for myself. Call for more information, $1,800, Phone 0413554220, FRANKSTON AREA

Healthstream Euphoria HS3000T, running machine max speed 18km per hr, incline function programmable, pulse monitor in the grips. GC, $150, Phone 0415928942, DANDENONG

ADVENTURE & CAMPING EQUIPMENT LPG GAS FRIDGE

Consul brand, Fridge 184L & Freezer 30L, Very Good Condition. Call for more information, $400, Phone 0418310027, TYABB

HEALTH & WELLBEING AS NEW INVALID AIDS

BEDSIDE DELUXE TOILET COMMODE. Steel frame with Padded Blue upholstery. Can be used as a bedside chair. Very Clean. Excellent Condition. $80ono. SHOWER CHAIR with armrest. Very Clean. Excellent Condition. $40ono. OVER TOILET SEAT. Very Clean. White. Excellent Condition. $40ono. PRIDE WHEELCHAIR. Sturdy. Adjustable and Detachable leg rests. Excellent Condition. $100ono. CARE ALERT SMART DIALLER UNIT, Excellent Condition. Easy set-up. Up to 5 numbers including 000. Waterproof remote neck SOS Pendant included , $150ono, Phone 0417137279, CARRUM

BABY CAR SEATS PRAMS STROLLER

All in As new condition. Car seats selling from $30each. Prams & Strollers are Grey and Black colours. All Single seats. Prices range from, $10 to $40, Phone 0417359430, MULGRAVE

CHILD SAFETY GATE

Black colour. Very Good condition. Includes Instruction manual, $25, Phone 97835549, FRANKSTON

HOBBIES, ARTS & CRAFT ARTS & CRAFT TAPESTRY WOOL & COTTONS

Anchor Tapestry Wool 4900 DMC, Approx 1046, Selling $2,900 the lot. Stranded cottons, Anchor 3646 DMC 489 and Semco 148, Selling $2140 the lot . Business has closed. All stock has been packaged and ready for transport. Call for more information anytime after 6pm, Phone 03 97003994, ENDEAVOUR HILLS

JEWELLERY A OPAL BUYER

Looking to Purchase Cut Stones or Set in Jewellery, Rough & Specimens. Will pay cash & Travel, Phone 0425749849, LYNDHURST

OMEGA “RACING” WATCH

Automatic Stainless Steel - “ MICHAEL SCHUMACHER” Autograph. Collectors item, $1,500 ono, Phone 0421156823, FRANKSTON SOUTH

SHOES & ACCESSORIES SHOES VARIOUS

Variety of Styles and Sizes of ladies & Men’s shoes available, $2.00 to $15 each. Also Safety boots up to size 8 , $15, Phone 0417359430, MULGRAVE

COMMUNICATION & COMPUTERS COMPUTERS ACER LAPTOP

160gig Hard drive, 2 gig ram, 14in screen, WIFI, DVD/RW. Win 7 Pro. MS Office, $110, Phone 9786 7915, AH 9775 8207, LANGWARRIN

IBM LENOVO I3

Laptop, Windows 7, Office 07, 320gig Hard drive, $150. Desktop Model, Windows 7, Office 07, 320gig Hard Drive, $165. Monitor/Keyboard extra, Phone 9786 7915, AH 9775 8207, LANGWARRIN

LAPTOPS & NOTEBOOKS SAMSUNG TABLET 8IN

Very Good condition. Unlocked, $250, Phone 0413554220, SEAFORD


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AUDIO & VISUAL DVDS NEW 50

Never played including Jennifer Lopaz, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Leonardo di Caprio, Clint Eastwood, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck, Liam Neeson, Sylvester Stallone, Kevin Costner, Daniel Craig, Will separate, Make an offer, Phone 0421156823, FRANKSTON SOUTH

ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES

DINING SETTINGS EXTENDABLE TABLE

Square Chocolate coloured table with Glass top, Normal length 1400mm, Extends to 2000mmL x 86mmW x 75mmH. Good condition, $100, Phone 0419336022, MOUNT ELIZA

BEDROOM CHEST OF DRAWERS

Natural Pine. No stain. Matching Mirror on top. 2 small drawers on top. 3 COLLECTABLES large drawers below. Photo online www.tradertag.com. COINS & NOTES au, $60, Phone 0409144688, Many Mint Condition. Some FRANKSTON SOUTH Prof sets. Call if genuinely interested. Also, Some QS, DB & SB mint $1 notes in numerical MATTRESSES sequence. Price by negotiate, Brand new. Never used. Phone 0421156823, Still in package. Approx FRANKSTON SOUTH 20cm thick. White colour.

HOME & GARDEN FURNITURE ADJUSTABLE STOOL

Adjustable height. Similiar to hairdressers stool. Good condition. Black colour with Silver trimmings, $60, Phone 0417107462, BITTERN

BAR

Retro Look. Dark Timber. Very Solid. Has room for small fridge. Excellent condition. Fridge available at additional price. Photo online www.tradertag.com. au. Selling the bar for only, $60, Phone 0409144688, FRANKSTON SOUTH

BOOKCASE

158cm(H) x 50cm(W) x 29cm(D), 3 shelves and 1 cupboard below. Good condition, $50, Phone 0409144688, FRANKSTON SOUTH

COFFEE TABLE

Light Mahogany, 6 drawers each side 1020mmL x 800mmW x 50mmH, $80, Phone 0419336022, MOUNT ELIZA

Paid $400. Sell only $220. Plus Single bed mattress $20. Plus DB Mattress with base, GC, $40, Phone 0417359430, MULGRAVE

ELECTRICAL & WHITEGOODS BAR FRIDGE

Beko Bar Fridge. Model TS190320. Standard Size. Still under warranty (expires March 2019). Only held water. As New. Hardly used, $150 neg, Phone 0406626799, CRANBOURNE

Bellini 60cm Built in Electric Wall Oven. 15 Functions. Black with Silver surround. Excellent condition, $100, Phone 0438353039, FRANKSTON

GAS COOKTOP

HAT STAND

Timber, Mahogany colour. Good condition, $15, Phone 0409144688, FRANKSTON SOUTH

MIRRORS

Euro 90cm Stainless Steel Cooktop, 4-Burner plus Triple ring Wok burner. 1 Piece hob and Cast iron trivets. Not used. Still in box, $400 ono, Phone 0425712619, FRANKSTON

1x glass no frame, 720mmx370mm $20, 1x oval FIRES & HEATERS shape with stained wooden frame 1270mmx470mm, $40. Top curved mirror 95x116 ANTIQUE FIREPLACE $40, Phone 0417359430, FENDER MULGRAVE Brass fender. Very Beautiful piece, 100cm (W) x 14cm (H), $100, Phone 0409144688, LOUNGE SUITES FRANKSTON SOUTH

SOFA’S MATCHING

Purchased from Freedom Marrakech 2.5 & 3 seater. Beautiful Rich Paprika fabric. Exellent Condition & Very Comfy, $400 ONO for both, Phone 0417137279, CARRUM

AIR-CONDITIONING & COOLING PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER

Dimplex DAC 9005 model on wheels. Comes with spare venting kit and instruction book. As new. White colour, $250, Phone 0447047993, AH 97709260, FRANKSTON

A1 SHEEP MANURE

Great for Vegetables, Fruit trees & Gardens. Just watch them grow, $7 per bag, Phone 59982391, CRANBOURNE SOUTH

BBQ JUMBUK KETTLE

Polo cool Refrigerated Model PC-58AP/C 20000BTU (6 okw). Large motor. Includes Window exhaust, Instruction manual & Remote. As New Condition. Purchased new from Harvey Norman $1289. More photos online www.tradertag.com.au. Sell only, $695, Phone 97729734, SEAFORD

MOWERS & GARDEN TOOLS JOHN DEERE 1445 DIESEL

Outfront Mower, 2200 Hours. Yanmar Diesel engine, 72in Deck. Tidy and Runs well, $9,900 Incl GST, Phone 0407 660 799, BITTERN

JOHN DEERE 1570 4WD

ELECTRIC WALL OVEN

COMPUTER DESK

Small desk, 90cm (W) x 48cm 9D) x 73cm (H). Sliding shelf. Opening on side with shelf, $25, Phone 0409144688, FRANKSTON SOUTH

PORTABLE AIR CONDITIONER

Diesel Outfront Mower. Very Tidy. As New. Only 215 Hours. 12 Months old. Huge Savings on new, 72in Cut, $20,900 Incl GST, Phone 0407 660 799, BITTERN

JOHN DEERE 748 DIESEL

Ride On 48in Deck. 1070 hours. Tidy. Runs very well. Good condition, $5,900 Incl GST, Phone 0407 660 799, BITTERN

RYOBI GARDEN TRIMMER

New Jumbuk Kettle BBQ. Comes with Pizza oven and rotisserie. Plus tools and bag of charcoal, $260, Phone 0414467443, FRANKSTON SOUTH

BBQ WITH COVER

3 burner BBQ with cover and Gas bottle, 127cm(W) x 48cm(D), $25, Phone 0409144688, FRANKSTON SOUTH

COMPOST / VERMICAST

Stainless Steel water Feature with oblong pond A square in the middle sits a chrome Ball Ring for more info, $350, Phone 0359734449, AH 0359734449, MORNINGTON

PUMPS

RURAL & FARM TRACTORS JOHN DEERE PETROL

ASSORTED PUMPS

Sludge pump, 50mm petrol & hoses, works well, $300. Fuel pump, Macnaught HO, 40ltr p/min, 1L/stroke for 200L drum, VGC, $250. Fuel pumps, Oriental Koshin Supa for 200L drum, 2x $75ea. Grease gun & top for 20L drum, $100, Phone 0418310027, TYABB

Only 1645 Hours. Grill guard. Floormat. Trayliner. Covered seats. Hydraulic Tipper, $4,400 Incl GST, Phone 0407 660 799, BITTERN

100% horse manure aged 12months processed by TORO compost worms. Excellent RENOVATION soil conditioner. We load your 6x4 trailer, $30 Pick Up BESSER BLOCKS Only, Phone 0414273364, random colours, 390x190x90, SOMERVILLE large quantity available call for more information, 60c CRUSHED ROCKS each, Phone 0418176523, Battery Operated with & SOIL CRANBOURNE SOUTH charger, 2200 hours. Very Made from Bricks & Tidy. Hydraulic Tipper, Concrete, From 20mm to BESSER BLOCKS dust. Ideal for Foundation Golden Stone, approx 3000, $4,400 ono Incl GST, Ph & Cross over. Great price, 390x190x90 split face, $4,500 0407 660 799, BITTERN $25 per metre. Screened lot, Phone 0418176523, soil, $20 per metre. Free CRANBOURNE SOUTH Delivery on 10m loads LIVESTOCK subject to distance. Call now!, Phone 03 5978 8846, MOOROODUC MOODLE MALE FOR

TRADE & INDUSTRY

DRUMS 210LTRS

Steel drums with Clip on lid. Ex Food drums. Excellent condition. Also, 220ltrs Plastic drums with Screw top lid. Excellent condition. Sold with 100% guarantee, $20 each, Phone 0476104255, CRANBOURNE

LONG PLANTER EXC COND

Long Planter Length 1110 height 310 Depth 410 made from Aluminium will last forever, $75, Phone 0359734449, AH 0359734449, MORNINGTON

OUTDOOR DRUM FURNITURE

4 Galvanised Chairs/1 Table (can be used as esky). Made from 44 gallon drums, have been galvinised, plastic beading on cutting edges. Great piece! More information/photos online www.tradertag.com.au, $600 ono, Phone 0419001259, MOUNT MARTHA

PYRAMID STYLE POT 1METER

Pyramid Style Pot 1 meter tall widens to 345MM sq Looking for a Nice Deck, $90 Each, Phone 0359734449, AH 0359734449, MORNINGTON

SIDE GATE

Ryobi garden trimmer, Windsor pickets, metal $60, Phone 0400854572, frame 1500x900 VGC, CRANBOURNE $60, Phone 0400854572, CRANBOURNE

GARDEN & OUTDOOR

WATER FEATURE

STAINLESS STEEL FRAME

Stainless Steel 50ML with Merbau Slats Table 2000x 1000 Brand New, $1,200, 1METER TALL POT 1 meter tall Pot made from Phone 0359734449, AH Aluminium painted black 0359734449, MORNINGTON Pyramid Style widens TRELLIS piece 2400x1200 to 345MM Sq Exc Cond one used, $25, 4 available, $90 Each, never 0400854572, Phone 0359734449, AH Phone 0359734449, MORNINGTON CRANBOURNE

TRADESMAN TOOLS

STUD

Jet black curly hair. French Poodle, Shih-tzu X. Absolutely adorable. Call for more information, Phone 0476104255, CRANBOURNE

CANARIES Tradesman scaling down Bosch 160A Sander with filter system exc cond, Ozito Multi function tool with accessories exc cond. Taurus Rotary hammer drill and chisel 1500 watt exc cond. Toolbox full of tools sockets, exc, too many to list. Call John, $220 the lot, Phone 0421699442, FRANKSTON

PLUMBERS TOOLS

Trench Compactor, Wacker BS60Y. Little Use. Good condition, $900. Plumbers Tools, Gal Pipe cutters, 25mm-75mm, Record Heavy Duty, $90. Copper Pipe cutters, 32mm-50mm, $50. PVC Pipe cutters, Reed, 100mm-150mm, $90. PVC Pipe cutter, 32mm-10mm, $70. Miller Chip dies 25mm-50mm, $90. Copper flaring tools, 32mm, 40mm & 50mm, $90 the lot. Timber tongs, 2x$40each, $80 the lot. Air test box, $80. Steel slip form boxes S/W 450mm & 600mm, $100. Copper Bending spring 32mm, $80. Copper bending spring, 25mm, $50, Phone 0418310027, TYABB

Males and Females. Various colours. Majority are approx 12 months old. Beautiful birds. Discount when purchasing multiple birds or sell, $20 each, Phone 0404303621, CLAYTON

FERTILE EGGS

Chicken & Bantam eggs to put under your broody hen or in your incubator. Many breeds to choose from, $25 per dozen, Phone 0414766577, SOMERVILLE

FRESIAN STEERS

Age 9-12 months. Very Quiet. Bucket reared. 3 Separate prices starting from, $475 each, Phone 59982391, CRANBOURNE SOUTH

ISA BROWN PULLETS

16-20 weeks old Point of lay. (Not De Beaked) Triple vaccinated & wormed. Best breed for egg production. Available all year round. We supply a box to take them home in free, $25 each, Phone 0414766577, SOMERVILLE


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3.0 litre turbo diesel direct injection ST Patrol, turbo intercooler, auto AC alloy bull bar & tow bar. SRS881

Seats 5, double bed plus kids bed in roof, 3 way fridge, gas cooker, side awning and annexe. SN100

Alloy tray in excellent condition, sequential auto, alloy wheels, tow bar, RWC & rego included. SN100

Boss 260 kw v8, injected gas system with dual fuel, x force exhaust, sports sequential auto shift. RWC SN100

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2009 HYUNDAI GETZ AUTOMATIC

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5 spd manual, hi low ratio AWD, 6 airbags, ABS, aircon, p/ steering, alloys, tinted windows, elec windows. WOY742

2.7 litre engine, 5 speed manual, alloy tool and material box, roof rack and pipe holder, RWC. QDB304

Seats 5 double bed plus kids bed ,fridge, cooker, sink, side awning, annexe, great condition SN101

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FORD FAIRLANE GHIA NF SEDAN 1997

CARS UP TO $1,000 DAEWOO TUCOMA 2000

165000kms, manual needs tyres for RWC, with full service history no reg or RW, YLQ476, $900, Phone 0402125776, PAKENHAM

4spd Auto. Runs well with LPG. A long list of extra’s - Too much to mention. Reg 03/2018. No RWCert. Call for more information. Selling as is, $2,500, Phone 0413213592, REGO OGX-792, PATTERSON LAKES

FORD FALCON 1995

FORD FALCON SEDAN sedan, auto, d/fuel, h/duty 1996 t/bar, elec brakes, 12mths old battery, no rego or RWD drives attention needed, $350 ono, Phone 0488293000, SPRINGVALE

ROADWORTHY INCLUDED Good tyres, battery, brakes, steam cleaned engine, clean interior, dents/scratches commensurate with age, serviced regularly. $2,900, HOLDEN ASTRA 2002 Phone 0407100661, REGO HATCH Auto. 150,000kms. Air NXG-516, CARRUM DWNS Conditioning. CD. Radio. FORD MONDEO Eng Z18XE20702821. Needs 5spd, manual, cent/lock, reg headgasket, otherwise in April 17, good cond, blue good condition. Photo online NWN837, $1,250, Phone w w w. t r a d e r t a g . c o m . a u , 0439846120, PAKENHAM $450, Phone 0422583758, FORD MONDEO FERNTREE GULLY

SEDAN 2000

CARS $1,001 $5,000 BMW 3 4D SEDAN 1992

bmw 318i e36 up for sale in good working condition. negotiable. Leather interior sport exhaust, $2,000 ONO, Phone 0416201518, REGO Xof026, CRANBOURNE SOUTH

FORD BA XR8

blue YTN308, sunroof towbar, 1mths reg, sold as is, $5,000, Phone 0408549193, PAKENHAM

1 owner. ONLY 80,000kms. Auto. Silver Grey colour. A/C. P/S. C/locking. Very Good condition throughout. Service books. Reg serviced. Well maintained. Reg 31/8/2018 QIQ-161. Sell with RWCert. Good reliable car. $3,000, Phone 03 97900993, REGO QAQ161, MULGRAVE

HOLDEN BARINA 3D HATCHBACK 2007

HOLDEN STATESMAN VS

5Ltr V8, clean tidy car, worked motor, rego due,no RWC, STATOH, $4,800, Phone 59983062, TOORADIN

HONDA ACCORD 1995

5spd Man. New Windscreen, Tyres & Brakes. Power Windows & Mirrors, CD/Radio. A/C. Twin Airbags. Keyless remote c/locking. Tinted Windows. Economical & Reliable. Just Serviced. Good Body & Paint. As New Interior. With RWCert on Sale. No reg. Will not disappoint. Reduced for Quick Sale, $2,490 FIRM, Phone 97542694, AH 0426797395, VIN KL3SF086E6B630481, BELGRAVE

HOLDEN BARINA 3D HATCHBACK 2007

Auto RWC Reg just serviced All belts done,only neg on viewed books lots chrome and black new tyres AC serviced, $4,500, Phone 0425743438, AH 0425743438, REGO kl3sa086e7b737566, ASPENDALE GARDENS

HOLDEN BARINA 5D HATCHBACK 1998

1.4ltr Auto. A/C. P/S. Sports mode. Very Reliable. Moving overseas. Selling With reg/ RWCert at $3000 or without Reg/RWCert, $2,400, Phone 0473735062, REGO XYK 224, ELWOOD

sedan, auto, air, p/steer, reg FRS958, long reg, $2,500, Awesome Autos LMCT8814, Phone 03 9786 8344, AH 0417319076, SEAFORD

SUZUKI BALENO 4D WAGON 1998

KIA RIO 2010

5sp manual. VGC. Rebuilt Gearbox/Starter motor. New Battery. New right front axle & clutch. Good tyres. Towbar, $2,000 ONO, Phone 0402452955, REGO PBC432, BANGHOLME

Automatic. Purchased March 2017 with RWC. Reversing camera installed. Reg April 2018. TRQ794. Going overseas. Price Neg, $4,600 ONO, Phone 0412090250, REGO TRQ794, RINGWOOD

TOYOTA COROLLA 4D SEDAN 1994

imported DIESEL auto rust free starts drives good rw cond as is unregd, $2,800, Phone 0415567770, VIN 0191mpriopyjpl029, ROSEBUD

MERCEDES-BENZ 220 SEDAN 1994

4cyl Auto. Red colour. Reasonable condition. A/C. P/S. C/locking. Reg serviced. Registered. Personalised plates not including. Selling as is, $3,500 ono, Phone 97956795, REGO ZE1944, DANDENONG NORTH

PEUGEOT 406 4D SEDAN 1999

Peugeot 406ST. White/ Black, reliable, economical, comfortable. Good service history, Drivers handbook. Reg. to: 28MAY18. Great Value, $1,895, Phone 0429665529, AH 0429665529, REGO PPT706, MORNINGTON

MAZDA MAZDA3 4D SEDAN 2004

SUZUKI LIANA 4D SEDAN 2005

Manual, 12 months re, RWCert. Silver. Excellent condition. Drives Great. Call for more information, $5,000, Phone 0459639236, REGO HYUNDAI ELANTRA 5D 1lj1zj, ROSEBUD WEST

HATCHBACK 2005

24,000kms, 5 door hatch, 1.6 5spd manual, 1 owner, like new, Red, YHN-839, $8,000 ono, Phone 97834632, FRANKSTON

CARS $5,001 $10,000

automatic, great little car, very reliable and nice to drive, $5,999, Sherlow Used Cars LMCT1130, Phone 03 5943 1007, AH 0413 931 461, REGO SVE150, OFFICER

MITSUBISHI LANCER SEDAN 2010

HONDA CRV 4D WAGON 2000

Full service history, like new, welcome to any test, factory alloy wheels, sunroof, will nor disappoint, $5,499 ONO, Phone 0481210017, REGO 1JN7SH, CHELTENHAM

HONDA JAZZ 5D HATCHBACK 2012

Honda Jazz Sports RWC One owner Blue tooth hands free Complete service history, $9,000 ONO, Phone 0414605574, REGO ZKL791 , CRANBOURNE

Immaculate condition. Auto. Full Service History. Only 140,000kms. One Lady owner. A/C. P/S. C/locking. Cruise and Climate Control. Rear spoiler. Leather Steering wheel. Reg 04/2018. Well maintained. Will impress when seen. Selling at $8,499 or Selling with RWCert, $8,999, Phone 0439178030, REGO XOO918, ROWVILLE

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2009 MERCEDES ML280 CDI

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2009 BMW X5

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2007 Audi Q7

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$120PW TAP Only 104,000kms, dual sunroofs, Nav, 19in Msport wheels. XFD 830

$162 PW TAP Auto, sunroof, only 96,000kms, ML280.

$174PW TAP Only 90,000kms, Nav, reverse camera, panoramic sunroof. SN288

$144PW TAP 3.0LTR Diesel, Full service history, DVD player & screens. 1CA 2KC

1996 HOLDEN VSII SS V8

2012 PEUGEOT 207 SPORTIUM

2011 VOLVO V60 WAGON

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$ 11,999 2006 HOLDEN RODEO RA Heaps of extras, roof basket, shovel rack, bull bar, light bar, heaps of lockable storage, secondary battery, CB radio, ready for that trip around Australia. XZV859

DIESEL $ 8,999

TURBO DIESEL

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t the 45th Tokyo Motor Show, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) celebrated the world debut of the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT. The all-electric high performance SUV embodies MMC’s new brand strategy under the new “Drive your Ambition” global tagline, a strategy that reflects an adventurous and progressive mindset for inspirational design and product. The MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT is a technical prototype to illustrate the strategic directions of a renewed MMC brand that incorporates the strengths of SUV, EV, and the ability to integrate new systems for a connected mobility customer experience. Under this new ethos, MMC will expand its customer base, leveraging its strong pedigree of driving performance and reliability with breakthrough SUVs and crossovers. As a firstmover in electric vehicles, MMC will expand and accelerate its EV deployment. MMC will push the technological envelope with a tightly integrated system of AI, connectivity, on-board and cloud computing.

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The technologies of the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT • EV system: The MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT uses high-torque, high-performance electric motors, fed by a highcapacity battery system to deliver the smooth and powerfully responsive performance that distinguishes EVs from ICEpowered vehicles. The drive battery is located under the floor mid-ship of the vehicle, providing a low center of gravity for the utmost driving stability. • 4WD system: For exceptional driving performance, the triple motor 4WD system employs a single motor to drive the front wheels, complemented by a new Dual Motor Active Yaw Control (AYC) system that couples two rear motors through an electronically controlled torque-vectoring AYC unit. All of this is integrated into MMC’s unique Super All-Wheel Control (S-AWC) vehicle dynamic control system. Cornering performance and traction performance are improved. The brakes of the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT responsively and precisely control the driving forces with the help of electric calipers that supersede the

CARS $15,001 $20,000

HOLDEN RODEO CREW CAB P/UP 2006

NISSAN NAVARA 4X4 1997

HOLDEN CAPTIVA 5CG SRII

manual, late 2011, as new only 4200km, top of range, Included extras is a tow reg YIB719, $17,500 ono, Ph bar with electric brake 98087873, BURWOOD system fitted, $12,300 MAZDA 3 SEDAN 2013 turbo diesel, 4x4, heaps ONO, Phone 0359832992, Auto. Red. Black cloth of extras, bullbar,light AH 0359832992, REGO interior. ONLY 47,000kms. bar, galvanized steel tray, YEH678, HASTINGS Long reg. RWCert. VGC, $11,999, Sherlow Used $13,500 ono, Phone MAZDA CX-7 LUXURY 97545516, REGO ZXX-885, Cars LMCT1130, Phone 03 5943 1007, AH 0413 4WD WAGON 2007 BELGRAVE 931 461, REGO XZV859, Turbo Auto. Black. A/C. P/S. OFFICER Reversing/sensor. Heaps of 4WDS extras. Reg 06/2017. RWCert negotiable at price. Full Serv/ history. Immaculate. $10,200, FORD TERRITORY 4D Phone 0424005781, REGO WAGON 2004 LAND ROVER UTU-370, SOUTH YARRA

DISCOVERY 3 4D WAGON 2009

Dual Cab. ONLY 83,150kms (Country kms) 3.2L Diesel 5spd Manual. Lowline canopy. Long Range Fuel Tank. Bullbar. Towbar. A/C. Power Steering/Windows. Well maintained. Current RWCert, 6mths reg OLLEMU. Phone calls before 12pm only. $12,500 ono, Ph 0401880808, PARKDALE

SSANG YONG MUSSO 4WD

auto in top cond, 1 owner, many extras, RWC, years reg To much to mention, $28,000, 1ED47V, grey, $5,950, Phone Phone 0425743438, REGO 0467020099, ST KILDA Lrd111, ASPENDALE SUZUKI GRAND GARDENS VITARA

NISSAN SKYLINE COUPE 2003

350GT, Auto, a/cond, p/ steer, p/wind, airbags, c/ lock, cruise, ABS, reg, RWC, $8,999, Awesome Autos LMCT8814, Phone 03 9786 8344, AH 0417319076, REGO YQQ567, SEAFORD

conventional hydraulic caliper. The effects of the system can be felt and appreciated immediately, even at low speeds when G-forces are low. Whether driving around town, on expressways, or winding roads, the fully electric vehicle always provides crisp and nimble handling that faithfully mirrors driver intent. • AI system: The brain of the MITSUBISHI e-EVOLUTION CONCEPT is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system that augments the driver’s capabilities. An array of sensors allows the AI system to instantly read changes in road and traffic conditions, as well as the driver’s intent. Seamlessly coordinating driver intent with vehicle performance,

automatic, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, split folding rear seats, CD player, rear window opens separate to the tail gate for easy access, great family car, $6,999, Sherlow Used Cars LMCT1130, Phone 03 5943 1007, AH 0413 931 461, REGO TFG920, OFFICER

LAND ROVER FREELANDER 1999

2002 Auto Eco V6, 4-Door. All books, 2 owners, ECond. Metalic Blue/Silver. Nothing to spend, 175,000kms, M0416021359, $6,500, Phone 95801809, AH 0404743927, PARKDALE

2dr hatch, petrol motor, 5spd man, 143,000kms, lady owner, rego, near RWCond, 1CM54C, 3mths reg, $2,500 ono, Phone 0420278872, AH 95872512, REGO 1CM-5LC, TOYOTA 4 RUNNER MORDIALLOC 1991 MITSUBISHI PAJERO 5D Wagon. D/Fuel. V6 4D WAGON 2003 manual. 310,000kms. Auto, RWCert, pack rack, A/C. P/S. Alloys. Bullbar. towbar, petrol, White, $7,000, Towbar. Close to RWorthy. Phone 0397584447, AH Eng:3VZE0329606. Selling 0408999946, VIN - JMFL as is, $2,000, Phone YV77W 500181, FT GULLY 0412930344, CLAYTON

the system supports drivers of all abilities. By making it easier and safer to control the vehicle, the motoring experience is brought to a new level. A special coaching function allows the AI system to transfer knowledge to the driver, and to unobtrusively enhance the driving expertise. After building a picture of the driver’s skill level, the system constructs a training program that provides advice through voice dialogue and a large dashboard display. As a result, drivers of all abilities quickly experience a vehicle that behaves the way they want it, and soon they find themselves enjoying the driving experience to an even greater degree.

TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 2D HARDTOP 1990

Air-conditioner, 8 seater. side steps. cb radio/cd player, extra set of wheels, sold as is no rwc. NO text calls only, $6,000 or nearest offer, Phone 59983062, REGO nzy330, TOORADIN

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TOYOTA RAV 4 WAGON 2015

Auto. GENUINE 8,500kms!! All Toyota accessories fitted. Decals. Black interior with Lambswool seat covers. Tinted Windows. Hayman Reece towbar. Nudge bar. Side steps. Full Service history. Registered 2018. RWCert. Always garaged. Extremely reliable. Save thousands on new cost. Immaculate condition. $30,000, Phone 0407591275, REGO 1EO3NY, MOORABBIN

PEOPLE MOVERS TOYOTA TARAGO 30 1993

wagon Toyota Lucid Estimate 4 CTL turbo diesel, 8 seater VGC, running no reg, 3C2265418, $1,500, Phone 0434578260, KEYSBOROUGH

Red. Straight Body. Great Restoration Project. Auto. No Rego. Drivable with Permit. Interior Needs work. All Original, $10,000, Phone 59872068, VIN V82259P, SAFETY BEACH

MERCEDES-BENZ 230E 1988

White, auto, 178,000kms, immaculate condition, can be put on club plates, comes with reg and RWC, YAX-128, $3,550. Two identical cars to choose from, or buy the pair for $5,990, Awesome Autos LMCT8814, Phone 03 9786 8344, AH 0417319076, SEAFORD


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0401 226 405 SGR6 6hp Honda Engine, Quadrablade design, 47kg weight, Folding Handle, Versatile T Bar design, 56cm width

STX26 Professional Grade, 26hp Kawasaki Engine, Excellent visibility, Grinds to 317mm, 841mm wide, Fits through Garden Gates.

$13.40 PER DAY

TRX26 26HP Kawasaki Engine, Professional Grade, 600mm, 900mm, 1200mm depth, Fits through standard Gate.

$13.00 PER DAY

320D Full Power 56.4lpm combined, Kubota Diesel, 152mm Ground clearance, 2 speed. 475kg tip capacity.

$16.68 PER DAY

TX525 Kubota Diesel, 52.2lpm Auxiliary, 4 pump system, 717kg tip capacity.

$22.00 PER DAY

SGR13 13hp Honda engine, Heavy Duty Clutch,4 lift handles, 75cm width, Grinds to 279mm, 109kg weight.

STX38 High drive Track, Professional Grade, Fits through standard Gate, EFI Kohler engine. Grinds to 457mm, 846mm wide.

$18.36 PER DAY

323 WHEEL MACHINE Full Power 56.4lpm combined, 23hp Kohler engine, 152mm Ground clearance, 2 speed. 467kg tip capacity.

$15.64 PER DAY

TX427 27hp Kohler Petrol, 42.4 lpm Auxiliary, 4 pump system, 671kg tip capacity.

$20.00 PER DAY

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50  BIG AUTO HOLDEN COMMODORE 4D SEDAN 1985

vk sl 6 Straight body needs paint,runs and drives,duel fuel,has small amout of rust under rear screen, $3,500, Phone 0403674176, VIN 1234t6u9o, ROSEBUD

MERCEDES-BENZ 250C COUPE 1971

Project, auto, been in the shed for 30 years, body done, runs well, 90% complete, $3,250, Awesome Autos LMCT8814, Phone 03 9786 8344, AH 0417319076, REGO ., SEAFORD

MERCURY MONTIGO 1969

SUBARU SVX 1993 COUPE

UTES & PANEL VANS FORD FALCON BA 2005

Auto. 1 of 240 made. Car is in Good Condition. A/C. P/S. DVD player. Electric Sunroof, Seats, Mirrors & Windows. Spent Approx $4,000 on mechanics. Reg 1ER-5LG. Regularly Serviced with Receipts & Books. Always garaged. Reliable & Rare car. $6,750, Phone 0413 394 881, ROSEBUD

SWAP MEET

dedicated gas, alloy wheels, canopy tub liner, good service history, WGG730, $7,999, Sherlow Used Cars LMCT1130, Phone 03 5943 1007, AH 0413 931 461, OFFICER

vintage car radios inc Ferris cassete holders for car cassettes, rear combe lamps 1950’s Tradies tool Belt handmade antiquerailway nail, $100, Phone FORD XD 351 UTE 0402414582, CARRUM auto, Pedders, in storage 11+ TRIUMPH SPITFIRE years, RWC, new things VGC 1500 CONVERTIBLE blue jg41xk61744c, $10,000, 1979 Phone 0438477906, SPRINGVALE

US Import with Import approval. LHD. Manual. Immaculate. Runs and Drives Excellent, $12,999, Awesome Autos LMCT8814, Phone 03 9786 8344, AH 0417319076, VIN - FM99020U, SEAFORD

V6 auto, drives great, factory LPG and petrol, good cond, white, RWC & reg, 330,000kms, 1C9661, $8,000, Phone 0435082851, SOMERVILLE

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FORD TRANSIT 2007

AVAN TAYLA POP TOP 2004

HOLDEN WB 1 TONNER

HOLDEN CREWMAN UTE

302 V8 Auto. Left Hand Drive. Air Conditioning. Power Steering. Very Nice Original California car. On Club Reg 37849-H. Ideal for Enthusiast or Collector. VGC. Must see!, $26,000, Phone 0412314663, CRANBOURNE

HOLDEN VE 2011 UTE

COMMERCIAL VANS

Dual cab 2004, V6 Auto. Red. VGC, 234000kms. Very reliable. Drives great, RWCert, SYK-063, $6,500, Phone 0432101376, SOMERVILLE

HOLDEN CREWMAN VY V6

308, on gas (in date), Statesman dash bucket seats, Globe mags, white, t-bar auto, near RWCond, vin:100218-A, $9,300 ono, Phone 0402506379, AH 0403903428, RINGWOOD EAST

TOYOTA HILUX C/ CHAS 2000

2.7 litre engine, 5 speed manual, alloy tool and material box, side and rear opening, roof rack and pipe holder, 4WD wit hi and low ratio, air conditioning, power steering, seats 4 people, very versatile and expensive tray, suit any tradie. RWC, $12,888, Beach Street Car Sales LMCT0624, Phone 03 9783 1949, REGO QDB304, FRANKSTON

auto, S model, reg & RWC, drives great, 230,000kms, red, SZK152, $5,000, Phone 0435082851, SOMERVILLE

Manual. 2.4L Turbo Diesel. New Fuel injectors. New Windscreen. 4 Heating bulbs. Brand new starter motor. Registered. RWCert. 250,000kms. Phone Mobile ONLY no Texts, $17,500, Phone 0408581301, FRANKSTON

HIACE REFRIGERATED VAN

This van presents very clean and modern. It has just been serviced and ready for your next holiday. Included in the sale is a full annex with AFK kit, battery pack, TV and Tv antenna, reversing camera on van, picnic table and Hot Water Service, $18,750, Our Van RV, Phone 1300 068 700, ROSEBUD WEST

Toyota 1997 model Petrol/ Gas. Manual. Reg 30/5/18 OIS-228. Recently had Changeover cylinder head & Service. Great work truck. Runs beautifully. $3,000, Phone 0400427549, CARAVAN 20FT X 8FT BENTLEIGH EAST WIDE

Double Axle. All Alum. No Leaks. Gas cooktop. Microwave. A/Con. Rear D/bed. Would make ideal HUB CAPS room/bushblock. to suit Toyota, Mitsubishi spare plus others, good cond, $20 Photo online www.tradertag. each, Phone 0417359430, com.au, $2,300 ono, Phone 0476671053, TYABB MULGRAVE

WHEELS & TYRES

TYRES 3OF

Michelin tyre & wheel rim, 175x70xR13x82T. Great for Trailers, $60... Maximum brand 215x457/R18. Good tread & Good condition, $70 the pair, Phone 0417359430, MULGRAVE

CARAVAN AND ANNEXE

caravan and anexe located rosebud needs to be removed$ 3000 can help with removal, $3,000, Phone 0439371111, AH 0439371111, CRAIGIEBURN

LONGBEACH AUTOMOBILES

Mercedes Benz C200 Kompressor Service Books

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Peugeot 406 HDi Luxury

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$14,950 2007 Classic leather trim low kms, will impress! Benz luxury and safety features. UWB550

$5,990 Auto a/c p/s will impress. QAN769

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Leather trim will impress the fussy buyer excellent condition 2003 mod economical to drive, value buying. YRJ424

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$14,950 2007 model fully optioned low kms service books. YYQ 669

$5,950

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Aircon and double bed!

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$5,999

2009 HOLDEN VE Dual fuel! XGQ681

WAS $3,999 NOW

$2,999

FORD BA FAIRMONT Top car to drive. UEH384

$2,995

$4,999

2006 HONDA ACCORD 2.4 IVTEC 2002 HOLDEN ASTRA Auto sedan, lovely car throughout. UNX277 Small economic automatic, drives well. 1ET1CJ

$2,995

$2,999

2003 HOLDEN BARINA Great car to drive, cheap to run. Drive away! SKI312 WAS $2,999 NOW

HOLDEN ATSR 1.8L AUTO 2005 HOLDEN BERLINA VZ Lovely looking wagon, drives really well. XKY831 Great car to drive. SYV936

HONDA ODYSSEY 8 seater stationwagon. RGU619

2002 FORD FOCUS LR Ideal first car, very good kls, very economical. TFM476

$1,999

$3,999

2001 HYUNDAI ACCENT Great first car, only 105000 kls, automatic, very low klms. UYL138

$2,999

2000 HYUNDAI ACCENT Auto, air and steer. QOT817

$3,499

$4,499

2000 SUBARU LIBERTY Silver automatic sedan. 1KX6EB

$3,999

SUBARU LIBERTY RX 2.5 Auto, top car to drive. ROP734

$2,999

WAS $6,999 NOW

$5,999

2006 FORD TERRITORY Black station wagon. XMA452

$6,799

2008 TOYOTA CAMRY Very clean car, drives really well. WNP526

$1,999

2000 FORD FESTIVA TRIO Lovely clean car throughout. TLV476

$3,499

$2,999

2000 HYUNDAI EXCEL X3 GX Great little first car, automatic, drives well. QDZ096

$3,499

2006 TOYOTA YARIS Very economical, roadworthy and registered. UBK108

2005 FORD FALCON BA MKII Very good looking vehicle, drives well with renowned Ford reliability. TYP837 WAS $2,999 NOW

2009 KIA RIO Great little first car, very economical to run. WZX064

FORD FAIRLANE GHIA Automatic. NJE607

$3,599

$3,999

NISSAN PULSAR Automatic, drive away! 1IS6RJ

$2,499

TOYOTA COROLLA 4 Door auto, great car, cheap to run. SIY354

$1,999

$7,999

2010 HOLDEN CAPTIVA CG Immaculate condition inside and out, very low kls and service books.1LC6SY

$4,999

2005 HONDA JAZZ Automatic, very clean throughout. RWC & Reg. TPN435

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The model has exceptional aesthetic qualities that are functional, making the Brigade LX the ultimate van for your journey. Equipped externally with a tunnel boot, spare wheel mounted to the back, fold-out picnic STS table, external shower gas bayonet and CO external speakers. 5 STAR LIVING QUARTERS ROAD OCK

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Built for some of the toughest conditions out there. with Alko Enduro suspension, front toolbox, 2 x 65Ltr water tanks, 100amp battery, 2 x 120 watt solar panels, DO35 hitch, gas bayonet, 2 x 9kg gas bottles packed with premium features such as a spacious café dinette lounge with table, queen island bed, combo shower and toilet, 75Ltr Camec Vitri fridge/freezer and single bowl sink.

$58,990 +ORC

At the top of its game with bolted furniture full under body armor and satellite tv to make you feel at home watching the game. Extras include diesel heating, cruise master independent suspension, grey water tank, jerry can holders, esc, RV Wi-Fi, queen size bed, under slung tool boxes, leather upholstery, separate shower/toilet.

$72,990

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2012 NEWAGE COMMANDO CARAVAN

with two solar panels, choice of semi-off road suspension, checker plate protection and stone guards for added semi-off road capabilities. It also boasts a front tunnel boot, gas bayonet and a fold-out picnic table. Includes a club lounge, piano hinges and a half pantry to make the Cadet one of the most comfortable and livable semi-off road family vans on the market.

2011 CELL VIEWFINDER CARAVAN V-19FK 3 seater lounge, lounge converts to a double bed, cafe dinette, 2 x tv/dvds, queen island bed, under bed storage, large bathroom with shower/ toilet/ vanity, top loader washing machine, 2 burner gas and 1 electric cooktop, electric awning, electric stabiliser legs, electric jockey leg, microwave. All the room you could ask for in a caravan with every inch of space well utilised.

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2007 ROADSTAR VACATIONER CARAVAN Full annex with flooring, all hoses and power lead, Hayman Reese level ride bars, privacy screen for awning, foot rests to cafe seating, tow ball lock, full custom made caravan cover with extension poles for easy on and off, solar with dual batteries and much more. Just serviced and ready to tow away.

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Take your friends and family along with you! The Veteran XLi Platinum comes with RV Wi-Fi and a 22” Smart TV which is iOS and Android capable. You can Skype your loved ones back home or simply relax and watch a movie on Netflix. built on a tough 6” dura gal chassis and a semi off-road suspension that is specifically engineered for those rugged journeys.

$31,990

2014 LOTUS CARAVANS TROOPER CARAVAN Well presented with features including independent suspension, gas heater, grey water tank, full gal dip chassis, do35 hitch, stoneguard, led spotlights front and rear, 2 x jerry can holders, 4 arm rear bumper, dual batteries, solar, brush bars to both sides, underbody armor, filtered water pole carrier, tool box on aframe, atm (3190 kg) fully serviced ready for that amazing trip!

$64,990

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2009 TRAKMASTER STURT POPTOP Ready for the big lap whichever road/track you want to take. At only 13’ 6” its big enough for comfort but small enough to get into those untouched places. This van comes with 90 lt 3 way fridge, diesel heater, thermal roof fan, 2 x spare wheels, Highland HITC, tap on a-frame, roll out awning, east west bed & independent suspension. fully serviced and an atm of 1990 kg.

2008 CONCEPT ASCOT CARAVAN XLS No reasonable offer refused on this van that is already very well priced. Features include separate shower and toilet, heaps of cupboard space, solar, full annexe, near new suburban hws, rear view camera (caravan end) washing machine, pull out pantry, all hoses and tap on a-frame. Just been fully serviced.

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Spotlessly clean preloved van only selling due to ill health. 18 ft long with combo shower and toilet and lots of space. features include queen size bed, dual batteries, full annex, gas/elec hot water service, 164 lt 3 way fridge, l shape seating, tv and antenna, 15 inch wheels and an atm of 2110 kg.

$31,990

2012 NEWAGE BIGRED CARAVAN Exceptional quality and half the price of a new one. A full annexe, 2 x jerry can holders, trailer mate jack, hayman reese level ride kit, electric step, leather upholstery, large 2 door fridge, rear view cam to van, washing machine, slide out pantry, tick cushion to make extra single bed, solar power and fully serviced ready to go. atm 2840 kg

$44,990

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The perfect affordable holiday starter, light weight and tows like a dream! Very open plan style with double bed to front and kitchen at rear. Just serviced and ready to tow away. Dual batteries, clothes line to rear, tow hitch to suit bike rack on rear, numerous 12 volt and usb sockets throughout van, full custom made annex, battery charger, tv antenna, microwave, 90 lt 3way fridge

This van presents very clean and modern. It has just been serviced and ready for your next holiday. Included in the sale is a full annex with AFK kit, battery pack, TV and Tv antenna, reversing camera on van, picnic table and Hot Water Service. Solar panel and an external shower.

Looking for a van with shower toilet combo affordable and in great condition with a heap of extras including flooring, all hoses and power lead, Hayman Reese level ride bars, privacy screen for awning, foot rests to cafe seating, towball lock, full custom made caravan cover with extension poles for easy on and off, solar with dual batteries and much more.

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1991 EVERNEW POP TOP

Well-presented poptop for its age. Just been fully serviced and ready to do the big lap. Windows have ambulance tint for privacy and features include double bed, range hood, rear storage box, 2 x jerry can holders, tick cushion to convert for a child’s bed, spare wheel. This dual axle van is priced to sell!

Heaps of space and also loads of cupboards! Reverse cycle aircon, rocker/roller suspension, toilet/shower, 164 lt 3way fridge, TV antenna, full annex, full oven and hot plates, dual batteries, solar, 600 watt inverter, underslung tool box, pole carrier, 2 x jerry can holders and more. TARE: 2310 kg ATM:2710 kg

Beautifully presented for its age and would suit that person who wants a van that is easy to tow for that quick weekend getaway. Can be towed by most vehicles with an (ATM) of only 1139 kg. Extras include full annex, pole carrier, tap on a-frame, inner spring mattress, microwave and so much more

Looking for a clean cheap poptop with single beds? It is fully serviced and ready to go. Options included, awning, 2 x spare wheels, pole carrier. Very nice van for its age.

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2001-2002 Model. Single beds. Front kitchen. Rollout Awning plus walls. 4-Burner Gas Top/Oven. Microwave. GALAXY ODYSSEY Fridge. Pull-out pantry. limited edition first reg, 2012, Extras, Phone 0481314953, s/axle, QB aircond, heating, HASTINGS full annexe, large fridge, little use, $25,000, Phone POPTOP CARAVAN 16FT 97529069, LYSTERFIELD 1998 Gazel Champion. GOLDSTREAM 2004 Sleeps 2. Double bed, The Freedom to explore spring mattress, cooktop/ Australiaís breathtaking grill microwave 3way outdoors, Twin sleeping/ fridge, rollout awning. Full Shower/toilet, Large lounge, annexe. , $15,000, Phone eating area and modern 0429914466, SKYE interior, A/C and much more!, $24,990, Phone 0410383511, POPTOP ROYAL FLAIR 2000, 17ft, rear double NARRE WARREN island bed, front kitchen, JAYCO POPTOP microwave, elec cooktop/ extended ends, sleeps 5, grill, gas/elec fridge, rollout awning, all original, one awning, electric brakes, owner, small car OK, $4,950, EC, $13,500 ono, Phone Phone 0467020099, ST 59775862, FRANKSTON KILDA AREA

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Jeff Horn to be Crawford's toughest fight J

eff Horn is unlike anyone Terence Crawford has faced before and will give the unbeaten American the toughest fight of his career. That’s the view of Australian trainer Noel Thornberry, who feels Horn is being sold short yet again by those who think his fairytale run as WBO welterweight champion will be cut short by Crawford. Top Rank CEO Bob Arum may well be one of those, having set up Horn for a blockbuster clash with Crawford in March, most likely in the United States assuming the local hero gets past England’s Gary Corcoran in his first title defence in Brisbane on December 13. Recognised as one of the world’s best pound-for-pound boxers, Crawford cleaned out the

junior welterweight division by unifying the four major belts and is stepping up to the 147-pound welterweight limit. The 30-year-old from Omaha, Nebraska was last week installed by the WBO as Horn’s mandatory challenger, and Arum is already thinking of big-name welterweight opponents for Crawford in the expectation he will take his title. Thornberry, who trains former heavyweight contender Alex Leapai, reckons that’s a false assumption. “I believe people are underestimating Jeff Horn’s ability. I think that he can beat Terence Crawford the same as he beat Manny Pacquiao,” Thornberry told AAP. “Everyone looked at me funny when I said he’d beat Manny Pacquiao.

yon’s 5-0 derby destruction of bitter rivals Saint-Etienne was marred by ugly scenes as angry home fans temporarily delayed the French Ligue 1 match by invading the pitch. Supporters spilled onto the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard pitch on 85 minutes after Lyon captain Nabil Fekir celebrated the visitors’ fifth goal by taking off his shirt and raising it in front of them. Play was suspended for about 20 minutes before both teams returned to the field to complete the match. Lyon president JeanMichel Aulas was quick to condemn the trouble, calling it “scandalous” on his official Twitter account. “@OL @CanalFootClub attacks before the game on our supporters, then the field where n has been clubbed permanently: scandalous,” Aulas (@JM_Aulas) tweeted. Dutch international Memphis Depay scored the opener on 10 minutes before Fekir drove home the second from the edge of the box 15 minutes later. Saint-Etienne were reduced to 10-men when defender Leo Lacroix was sent off for scything down Fekir two minutes into the second half. They were made to pay as Mariano Diaz and Bertrand Traore added further goals before Fekir compounded their misery. Mario Balotelli scored a “Everyone thought I was stupid - particularly boxing people. But he did it. It’s history now. “It’ll be a hard fight and Crawford’s younger, he punches hard. But he hasn’t fought anyone as big as Jeff Horn. “I think he’ll give Crawford the hardest fight of his career and stop him maybe late in the rounds.” Crawford will join Arum, his promoter, in the audience at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for the Corcoran fight. But there’s no chance Horn’s focus will be on anything other than his next task, having

first-half penalty to give Nice a 1-0 victory over Dijon, before he was sent off late in the match. Balotelli sent goalkeeper Baptiste Reynet the wrong way from the penalty spot in the 40th minute. It was the Italian striker’s sixth goal in eight league games and moved Nice up to 15th place. He was shown a straight red with one minute left for a tackle from behind, although the decision appeared harsh, and he stayed on the field to protest his case. Marseille climbed to fourth place with a 5-0 home win against Caen, while Lille earned a valuable 3-0 win at fellow struggler Metz. Brazilian midfielder Luiz Gustavo put Marseille ahead just before the break. Winger Florian Thauvin scored the first of his two goals after the restart before attacking midfielder Morgan Sanson put Marseille in complete control with a fine strike in the 52nd. Greece striker Kostas Mitroglou added the fourth and Thauvin completed the rout. Striker Nicolas Pepe’s penalty late in the first half gave Lille the lead and midfielder Bahlouli netted midway through the second half. Pepe added a late third. Lille are in 19th place and Metz remains last.

watched Pacquiao’s camp arrogantly talk up their hopes of a rematch with Floyd Mayweather before delivering them a rude shock at Suncorp Stadium in July. “I’ve got to take care of Gary first,” Horn told reporters on Friday. “He’s told me he’s going to take this belt from me so that’s got to be my focus. “Then I’ll see who’s the number one contender I have to take on next year. “(But) I think everyone should learn not to underestimate me. “I train so hard for these fights and no-one’s going to take this belt away from me cheaply.”


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anadian Georges StPierre has completed a stunning comeback, beating Michael Bisping by submission to claim the UFC middleweight title after a fouryear absence from the octagon. The 36-year-old choked reigning champion Bisping into unconsciousness at the end of the third round to claim the belt after a thrilling back-and-forth battle on a night when three UFC titles changed hands in New York’s Madison Square Garden. Fighting for the first time in a heavier weight class, former welterweight champion StPierre, who walked away from the sport in his prime in 2013, had the better of the early exchanges, rocking the Briton several times. But Bisping’s toughness and

superb stamina started to tell in the second as St-Pierre started to slow down, and even when he was taken down to the mat, StPierre couldn’t manage to keep the 38-year-old there. Instead, Bisping landed a few heavy blows of his own, forcing St-Pierre onto the back foot towards the end of the round. At the end of the third round St-Pierre sent Bisping crashing to the canvas, and he followed up with a series of brutal elbows before taking the Englishman’s back and applying a rear naked choke hold to finish the fight. Rather than concede defeat, Bisping lost consciousness before referee John McCarthy stepped in to stop the fight. “I don’t have a word in my mouth right now. It’s a dream come true guys, thank you for the

support,” a bloodied St-Pierre told the fans. “He hurt me very hard. A few times I got stunned, I tried to hide it, I wouldn’t like to do that fight again.” Earlier in the evening, challenger Rose Namajunas pulled off a stunning victory to wrest the women’s strawweight crown from Joanna Jedrzejczyk, felling the Pole with a thundering left hand to finish the fight by knockout 3:03 into the first round. The men’s bantamweight title bout threw up another instant classic as TJ Dillashaw floored Cody Garbrandt halfway through the second to win by knockout and reclaim the belt he lost to Dominick Cruz in January 2016.

STUNNING WIN FOR FLANAGAN IN NYC MARATHON S

halane Flanagan has become the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years when she claimed a dominant victory over Kenyan three-times champion Mary Keitany. The men’s title went to Kenyan Geoffrey Kamworor, who held off countryman Wilson Kipsang on Sunday. Flanagan, who had never won a major marathon, clocked an unofficial two hours, 26 minutes 53 seconds for a stunning victory at the age of 36. Keitany struggled home in 2:27:54 with Ethiopia’s Mamitu Daska third in 2:28:08. Kamworor finished in an unofficial 2:10:53 with Kipsang three seconds behind. Manuela Schar finally upended four-time defending champion

Tatyana McFadden to win the women’s wheelchair race, completing a Swiss sweep with men’s winner Marcel Hug. Schar powered through the five boroughs in an unofficial time of 1:48:10, taking the top spot after three straight runner-up finishes in New York. Australia’s Madison De Rozario finished fifth with a time of 2:04:28. Hug pulled away from Canada’s Josh Cassidy in the final miles to repeat as the men’s wheelchair champion and win New York for the third time. The Swiss star wheeled in an unofficial time of 1:37:17, beating Cassidy by more than two minutes. Hug won last year’s race by sixth hundredths of a second over Australia’s Kurt Fearnley, who didn’t take part.

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soft penalty and an offside goal but we are used to it when we “We could have scored five or come here,” Wenger told Sky six today,” City manager Pep Sports News. Guardiola said. Jose Mourinho’s third “We just needed to be more competitive visit to former club clinical.” Chelsea after being sacked three Alexandre Lacazette did pull a years ago ended in a third defeat goal back for Arsenal but Arsene as Alvaro Morata’s first goal since Wenger’s side are now 12 points September sealed victory for the adrift in sixth spot. champions at Stamford Bridge. “Overall, once again, the referee “We played with great energy, made the decision today with a passion and enthusiasm. There

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“This past 12 months I’ve been extremely confident in my defence especially against fast bowling - just making sure that I’ve been tight and there’s no gaps there,” Maxwell said. “I’ve looked a lot more comfortable at the crease and been able to be involved in partnerships ... and not just worrying about hitting boundary after boundary. “It’s about making sure that you’re there for a long time being there for the second and third spells of the quicks and making them pay later in the day.” Other Test hopefuls haven’t had much to crow about. Shaun Marsh managed just two for Western Australia on Sunday, while Hilton Cartwright was lbw for a duck after Test quick Josh Hazlewood ran through the pair. It came after Daniel Hughes, Nic Maddinson and Kurtis Patterson all failed to pass 50 for NSW on Saturday, despite making starts in front of national selector Mark Waugh. Travis Head scored 67 at the MCG for the Redbacks on Saturday, while the only

centurions from the second round have been South Australia’s Jake Lehmann and Victoria’s Marcus Harris - both not expected to be in Ashes contention. But Maxwell said he had laughed off the selection talk headed into the first Test. “You just find it funny because whoever makes a 50 is all of a sudden in great nick, whoever makes a hundred is next picked ... It’s just funny,” Maxwell said. “I haven’t spoken to (the selectors) and it doesn’t really concern me too much.” Regardless, Smith’s predecessor Michael Clarke said that if the Australian captain wanted to take an aggressive approach into the Ashes, Maxwell should be there. “If you want to be aggressive then your attitude is this Australian team is going to play with a really aggressive intent, then for me it’s a nobrainer,” Clarke told Channel Nine’s Sports Sunday. “Glenn Maxwell plays in that position. Risk versus reward, sometimes it’s going to come off sometimes he’s not. But he’s an aggressive number six.”

were a lot of positive things,” Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said. Morata scored with a brilliant header in the 55th minute to hand the Red Devils a second loss of the season. “We had the chances to equalise, which would have been a fair result. One goal, three points, congratulations,” Mourinho said. Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min became the Asian player with the most EPL goals as he scored in the 64th minute to secure a 1-0 home win over bottom club Crystal Palace. It was his 20th top flight goal, surpassing the mark of former Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-Sung. Spurs are on 23 points from 11

games, the same as United, with City racing away at the top with 31. Champions Chelsea are fourth with 22, followed by Liverpool and Arsenal on 19. Everton clawed back a two-goal deficit against Watford to win 3-2, courtesy of a Leighton Baines penalty in stoppage time. Watford then had a penalty of their own with 101 minutes on the clock but Tom Cleverley missed. Victory snapped a run of five successive defeats in all competitions for Everton and took them out of the relegation zone up to 15th. “We’ve done it the hard way, but showed incredible spirit and fight,” Everton’s caretaker manager David Unsworth said after his first victory since taking charge of the team following the sacking of Ronald Koeman.


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