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THE final public meeting of Frankston councillors before elections this month saw the mayor Cr James Dooley threaten to call police to remove people from the public gallery amid shouting matches between councillors witnessed by a crying child. This four-year Frankston Council term has been beset by infighting between councillors that has often spilled out into the council chamber at public council meetings. Several meetings have been adjourned or abruptly ended during this council term over councillors’ accusations and counter claims about “bullying” and restrictions on freedom of speech. The latest meeting, held last Monday evening (10 October), degenerated into chaos and was adjourned when people in the public gallery shouted at councillors before Cr Darrel Taylor and Cr Suzette Tayler were to publicly apologise to fellow councillors about comments the pair made on Facebook in May. Jane Taylor, the wife of Cr Darrel Taylor, and his sister-in-law Anna Ellam interjected when Cr Glenn Aitken accused Cr Taylor of “wrecking” council while defending the cost of the Wells St upgrade project. Cr Colin Hampton urged the mayor to remind meeting attendees they could be thrown out of the chamber. Fellow councillor Brian Cunial was also unhappy at interruptions to the meeting. “I refuse to sit here while people in the gallery call us a pack of clowns,” Cr Cunial said. Cr Dooley asked for police to be called to remove people from the public gallery. “You can’t go calling the police on people

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in the gallery,” Cr Taylor responded. “Just ask them to be quiet.” Cr Taylor’s 10-year-old daughter sobbed as the threat to call police was made. Crs Taylor and Tayler were ordered to make a public apology at Monday’s council meeting after an arbitrator found comments made on Facebook breached council’s code of conduct. Before they made their apologies the wife of former mayor Cr Taylor, Jane Taylor, shouted from the public gallery that “they are not my husband’s words” and were scripted by Cr Colin Hampton. After the two councillors made their public apology at the latest council meeting five councillors – Glenn Aitken, Cunial, Dooley, Hampton and Sandra Mayer – voted to not accept the apologies since a phrase had been altered in the scripted apology. The apologies included an unscripted reference to “a non-abusive phrase” so Cr Dooley decided to put the acceptance of the apologies to a councillors vote. The mayor tried to force both councillors to stand up again and read out the apologies without the unscripted part of the speech. Both refused to do so. “I’m not saying it again,” Cr Suzette Tayler said. “I’m not doing it again in this council because I’ve already done it.” Council CEO Dennis Hovenden said no further action against any councillors before council elections on 22 October. “This will now be a matter for the new council to consider if it chooses and if either or both councillors are re-elected,” he said. “If not re-elected the matter is considered to be at an end.” See “Timeline of turmoil at council”, Page 4

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NEWS DESK Police patrol

Burglary charges A FRANKSTON man and woman have been charged over an aggravated burglary at a Frankston house on Monday 10 October. Detective Senior Sergeant Paul Mealia, of Frankston CIU, said police would allege the 38-year-old man and 41-year-old woman broke into the house and stole a handbag containing credit cards. The couple allegedly used the cards to buy items at various shops which were later found at the woman’s home. They have each been charged with one count of aggravated burglary, 12 counts of deception and one of handling stolen goods. They will appear at Frankston Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 8 December.

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Weather wipes out events WILD weather last Sunday (9 October) forced organisers to close the popular Frankston Pets Day Out early over concern for public safety. The event, which attracts all kinds of pets and animals lovers to Ballam Park, was scheduled to run until 3pm but was closed around noon when winds caused chaos. Thousands of households across the state were without power for hours after the severe storm blew up on Sunday

9 October. Emergency services received more than 5600 calls for assistance, as winds reached up to 119 kmh. The Blessing of the Fleet on Frankston pier was also cancelled due to the severe weather conditions but was moved to St Paul’s cathedral. The event is held every year by the Frankston Coast Guard flotilla to recognise all emergency service vessels around Port Phillip and Western Port bays.

TWO Frankston North teenagers were charged with aggravated burglary and theft of a car after incidents in the Frankston North and Pines areas last week. Detective Sergeant Brett Daly, of

Frankston CIU, said police will allege the pair – aged 18 and 16 – broke into houses to steal jewellery, wallets and car keys, Monday 10 October. In one instance, a resident walked into his lounge room to find them standing there. The 16-year-old simply said, “Sorry mate,” as they ran from the house with the man’s car keys, stealing his Holden Commodore parked in the driveway. The car was later recovered with minor damage. Two teens were arrested in Beach St, Frankston, Tuesday 11 October. The younger teen was remanded in custody and the 18-year-old released on bail. They will appear at Frankston Magistrates’ Court, Thursday 8 December.

Man remanded A FRANKSTON man faced Frankston Magistrates’ Court last week on two charges of burglary, two of theft, recklessly causing injury and making threats to kill. The 47-year-old was remanded in custody to reappear at a date to be fixed.

‘Meet’ the candidates THIRTY-five candidates are standing in this month’s election on 22 October for the 11 seats on Mornington Peninsula Shire council in six wards. Ballot papers have been posted by the Victorian Electoral Commission to registered voters. The Times has asked each candidate for council candidates questions about their backgrounds. A brief profile of the candidates who responded can be read online at baysidenews.com.au online.

Drama an exercise, but lessons real Stephen Taylor steve@baysidenews.com.au A BURNING car on the roof of a shopping centre, a deranged man holding a knife and two innocent people stabbed. That was the contrived scenario facing 75 first responders during a mock emergency exercise at Frankston’s Bayside Shopping Centre last week. Although it was only an exercise, it felt very real at the same time for participants including Frankston police, CFA, ambos – and a group of Monash University final year paramedic students who put their medical skills to good use coping with the carnage. Frankston police Sergeant Pat Hayes said the exercise was a vital training aid in which a range of complementary services could practise working together, fine tune their skills and liaise on a professional level in a supposedly crisis situation. It was certainly a dramatic scene, with CFA crews in thick smoke extinguishing the simulated car fire, and

police searching for the “offender” who then “stabbed” his ex-partner at her workplace – the centre’s food court – as well as a bystander trying to help her. Ambulance crews and the paramedics treated the “wounded” while the focus shifted to tracking down the offender using the CCTV cameras and watching his movements. This part of the operation was handled by the Frankston police’s divisional operation support office (DOSO) crews using CCTV cameras who liaised with officers at the shopping centre, followed the suspect and advised police on the scene. The exercise ran from 6.30-8pm with a 30-minute debriefing afterwards. Each action was assessed for its effectiveness in a specific timeframe. “Afterwards, we went over it and discussed how it had played out and sought feedback,” Sergeant Hayes said. “We finished off with a questionand-answer session to see what we had done, what we could have done

better and what we can improve on.” He thanked the students for their participation. “These exercises are an enormous learning curve and assist us to smoothly implement best emergency management practices into a ‘real time’ event.” Monash University teacher and ambulance paramedic Paul Toll said the 10 third-year paramedic students – including the two “patients” – loved their roles in the exercise. Student Charlotte Patton played the deranged assailant’s “ex-partner”. She wrestled with him and was dragged over the counter in the food court during the “confrontation” when “bystander” Jake Hickleton intervened. Sadly, he was “stabbed” several times and “died” of cardio arrest at the scene. “They all loved their roles,” Mr Toll said. “They have all done placements previously and used advanced life support treatments that paramedics apply while out on the road.”

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NEWS DESK AS ratepayers get ready to vote for council candidates in this month’s council elections Neil Walker looks back at two years of turmoil between councillors at Frankston Council.

Timeline of turmoil

FEB 2014: Cr Colin Hampton, a Labor Party member, claims then mayor Cr Darrel Taylor promised not to seek Liberal Party preselection if councillors supported his election as mayor in November 2013. Cr Taylor denies this. Mayors serve a 12-month term and are elected by a majority of fellow councillors.

JULY 2015: Then deputy mayor Cr Glenn Aitken, not a member of any political party, brings a popup jack in the box out at a public council meeting with the words: “Who’s the Liberal candidate for Isaacs?” on the box. Cr Darrel Taylor accuses Cr Aitken of attempting to publicly “bully and harass” him by suggesting Cr Taylor will seek Liberal preselection to contest the federal seat of Isaacs at the 2016 federal election. Cr Aitken says he is merely “having a laugh”. Cr Taylor does not ultimately seek federal preselection.

FEB 2014: A bid by Cr Hampton to force Cr Taylor to step down as mayor, alleging Cr Taylor would have a conflict of interest, is defeated when councillors present at that month’s public council meeting vote against the proposal 3-4. MARCH 2014: Cr Taylor declares he will stay on as mayor if he wins Liberal preselection. Sean Armistead wins Liberal preselection to contest the seat of Frankston at that year’s state election. Labor’s Paul Edbrooke later wins the seat of Frankston by a slim margin in November’s state election. NOVEMBER 2014: Cr Sandra Mayer is elected mayor for the second time in two years having served as mayor in 2013 but it is not without controversy as there is a public 5-4 councillors split vote to elect the mayor. Crs Glenn Aitken, Brian Cunial, James Dooley and Colin Hampton vote for Cr Mayer to be mayor while Crs Michael O’Reilly, Suzette Tayler and Darrel Taylor publicly back Cr Spelman, Frankston’s deputy mayor for the past 12 months. Battlelines are effectively drawn for the rest of the four-year council term. JAN 2015: Tensions between councillors about “bullying” allegations erupt into the open when the first public council meeting of the year is adjourned for about 10 minutes. Councillors leave the chamber and can be heard shouting at each other behind closed doors at the back of the council chamber before the meeting resumes.

FEB 2015: The Times reveals Cr Brian Cunial faced a WorkCover probe over a council employee claim for “anxiety and stress” in 2013. The claim was approved. Cr Cunial says he and another unnamed councillor were interviewed by an insurance investigator in relation to a WorkCover claim by a council employee for anxiety and stress. “Following that interview, I heard nothing more, including no allegations of bullying,” Cr Cunial says. The Times can now reveal the other councillor interviewed was Cr Hampton who was a witness for Cr Cunial. FEB 2015: Cr Michael O’Reilly claims “longerterm councillors get pretty nasty” if first-term councillors disagree with them at briefings held in private. Cr Glenn Aitken confirms council CEO Dennis Hovenden asked council staff to leave a briefing amid a furious argument between Cr Aitken and Cr O’Reilly. FEB 2015: A motion by Cr Glenn Aitken to write to the state Local Government Minister to force

councillors to attend a minimum number of council briefings, amid arguments about some councillors “putting in more work” than others, is defeated by a 4-5 councillors’ vote. Cr O’Reilly claims there is often “intimidating behaviour at briefings” and “this causes people to not want to come to these briefings.” MAY 2015: A media policy is tabled at council that would force all councillors to notify the mayor, then Cr Sandra Mayer, of any comments made to the media. Councillors decide to defer a decision on the new policy. Some councillors see the attempted policy change as an attempt to “gag” councillors and stop them speaking to the media. JUNE 2015: A freedom of information request by The Times reveals there have been five proven cases of bullying at Frankston Council in two years and 36 “matters investigated”. Council CEO Dennis Hovenden previously refused to disclose the information when asked at the start of the year.

NOV 2015: Cr James Dooley succeeds Cr Sandra Mayer as mayor but again his election to the mayorship is marred by a split 5-3 public vote between councillors. Crs Aitken, Mayer, Cunial and Dooley vote for Dooley to become mayor. Crs Tayler, Spelman and O’Reilly vote for Cr Suzette Tayler to be mayor. Cr Darrel Taylor is absent from the meeting but signals he would have voted for Cr Tayler. NOV 2015: Cr Hampton is accused of being “angry and loudly aggressive” in public at a function at The Deck Bar in Frankston hosted by Peninsula Blue Developments to launch the marketing campaign for the Allure Bayside apartment project at Wells St. It is understood that Cr Hampton is angry that Cr Darrel Taylor addresses attendees from the stage after mayor Cr James Dooley has spoken. The deputy mayor accuses two council staff in the pub of responsibility for Cr Taylor’s speaking at the event which they deny. A “visibly agitated” Cr Hampton also approaches Cr Taylor and says “piss off, you cheeky bastard” when he comes off stage. APRIL 2016: The Times reveals ratepayers may foot the bill for an investigation and independent panel hearing, facilitated by the Municipal Association of Victoria, into Cr Hampton’s behaviour at the Deck Bar. It emerges Cr Taylor also faced

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the independent panel hearing findings. A heavily redacted version is published on council’s website with the names of several witnesses omitted. The panel found Cr Hampton’s “conduct, involving the pointing of a finger and demanding an answer, was objectively threatening behaviour, in light of how it appeared to bystanders”. Mr Hovenden advises the independent panel hearing cost ratepayers $15,000 in costs and “about $15,000” in council officers’ time. SEPT 2016: The Times reveals tens of thousands of dollars of ratepayers’ money has been spent investigating several code of conduct complaints by councillors against fellow councillors. Lawyers were paid to adjudicate in three arbitration hearings in the complaint cases lodged by Crs Aitken and Dooley. Lawyers found no merit in three of the complaints, including Cr Aitken’s complaint about Cr Spelman and Cr Dooley complaints about internal council emails sent by Cr Darrel Taylor, but decided phrases used by Cr Taylor and Cr Suzette Tayler in Facebook comments about council matters breached council code of conduct provisions. The arbitrator ruled the pair should publicly apologise to councillors. Lawyers paid by council express concerns over the cost of the hearings and believe some of the complaints could have been resolved before arbitration. SEPT 2016: Councillors vote to bring all arbitration hearing documents and outcomes into public council but this is later rescinded by a notice of motion introduced by Cr Hampton that orders the documents be kept confidential forever. The documents include criticism of Cr Hampton by an arbitrator over a “derogatory email … using profanity” he sent to Cr Darrel Taylor. Mr Hovenden advises the arbitration hearings cost ratepayers about $19,000 in fees to lawyers and about $10,000 in council officers’ time. SEPT 2016: The documentation shows there was a failed WorkCover claim lodged by Cr Brian Cunial in February that alleged “bullying, intimidation and ridiculing” by Cr Suzette Tayler. Cr Tayler gave evidence to the WorkCover investigator alleging months of “bullying” against her by some councillors. OCT 2016: Acting council CEO Tim Frederico says council would not have released any documents related to the arbitration hearings, paid for by ratepayers, due to legal advice sought after the September council meeting.

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OCT 2016: Cr Darrel Taylor and Cr Suzette Tayler are ordered by mayor Dooley to apologise to councillors at a special meeting, the final meeting before council elections. The wording is contained in a notice of motion by Cr Colin Hampton. OCT 2016: A 5-3 majority of councillors vote to not accept apologies from Cr Darrel Taylor and Cr Suzette Tayler amid arguments about the wording being changed. The meeting is interrupted several times by people from the public gallery, including the wife of Cr Darrel Taylor, shouting at councillors. The mayor threatens to call police to have people thrown out of the council chamber. OCT 2016: Councillors face voters for re-election on 22 October. All nine councillors have put their hand up to run for election.

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IT’S time to hit the trail again. Longbeach PLACE’s annual storybook yarn art trail, that is. Several art works created with yarn will be on display throughout October at various school and community centre locations. Families are invited to follow the trail and see the sights of The Jungle Book, The Paper Bag Princess, Where The Wild Things Are, The Bat and The Crocodile, Jonah and the Whale, Three Hens and a Peacock and The Magic Faraway Tree and more.

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Bright future for Kirsty GETTING up every day to go to work was something Frankston’s Kirsty Biswas thought she might never have the opportunity to do. But the 22-year-old, who has overcome long-term unemployment and now works as a membership sales consultant at Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre in Frankston, said her life is back on track. “I feel like a weight has been lifted off my chest. Now I can function and feel normal, and have a life for myself and my son, and hopefully his father too,” she said. Ms Biswas is one of more than 160 young people in the Frankston-Mornington Peninsula region who have been given a hand to get job ready through a Brotherhood of St Laurence program that started 12 months ago.

Like many parents, Kirsty said she struggled to get back into the workforce after becoming a mother. When her son, Kayden, turned five months, Kirsty – who had been on maternity leave - tried to return to her old fulltime job, but it was not available. She had also separated from Kayden’s father, and things started to go downhill fast. That’s until she was referred to the Creating Futures for Youth program, run by the Brotherhood at its High St centre in Frankston, and funded by the Citi Foundation – the philanthropic arm of global bank, Citi. Citi Australia’s head of corporate affairs, Guy Matthews, said giving young people job skills was essential in securing sustainable employment. Transition to Work manager Nick

Orchard said the 85 businesses involved had found the participantfocused approach of Creating Futures refreshing. “They’re excited by the vision of the program, and the ability to get involved,” he said. “As well as providing employment opportunities, businesses have been hungry to facilitate hands-on learning sessions and work-experience placements to help young people gain invaluable experience in their industry.” Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre manager Simon Beqir said he would recommend other local employers get on board. “After meeting Kirsty it was clear she was a great match for this role. Her passion for the fitness industry is infectious.”

Get ready: Kirsty Biswas, with youth development coach Julia Baron, has plenty of reasons to get up early every day now.

Pure pleasure for rugby fans The 2016 Frankston Festival of Rugby (FFR) incorporating the 2016 Melbourne International Sevens was a huge success following the inaugural event held in 2015. Six teams from Fiji participated alongside one team from South Australia and five Victorian teams in the men’s draw, as well as four Victorian teams in the women’s competition. The entertaining Rugby Sevens, Pacific Island performances, food stalls and kids’ activities provided a carnival for all. Results: Melbourne Fiji defeated the Victorian Rebels (woman’s cup final); Box Hill Rugby Club defeated Festival State Bula Boys (men’s cup final); Melbourne Sinali defeated Bula Quins (men’s plate final); and Melbourne Fiji defeated Newborn (men’s bowl final). Hands on: There was plenty of action at the 2016 Frankston Festival of Rugby/Melbourne International 7s at Frankston Park, as Seniboro tussled with Bula Quins. Pictures: Gary Sissons

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Arrest after Mt Eliza break-in A PAKENHAM man has been arrested and charged with the aggravated burglary of a Mt Eliza house, 1am, Monday 10 October. Detective Senior Sergeant Peter Drake, of Mornington Peninsula CIU, said a resident sleeping at the Koornalla Cr house awoke to find a man in the lounge room at 1am and challenged him. The man ran outside and jumped over a fence. The resident then realised his wallet was missing and his car in the garage had been rifled. Casey CIU later arrested a man, in his 20s. They allege he drove to Mt Eliza in a car stolen from another property in Koornalla Cr. The man has been remanded to appear at Frankston Magistrates’ Court at a later date. A MORNINGTON man in his 30s has been arrested and charged with theft and deception offences relating to a 66-year-old man known to him. Detective Drake said a search of a Weerona Way house had revealed a large quantity of cash, BMW sedan, two kayaks, jewellery, shotgun and a prohibited weapon – a customised tomahawk. The younger man was charged and bailed to appear at Frankston Magistrates’ Court at a later date. A MAN asleep at a house in Bungower Rd, Mornington, awoke to find a man shining a torch in the hallway, 3.30am, Monday 10 October. The

offender, and an accomplice carrying a bag of stolen items, ran off when challenged and have not been found. THIEVES stole a lawnmower, chainsaw, blower-vac, pressure washer and brush-cutter valued at $2000 from a storage area under a house in Station St, Mt Eliza, overnight Thursday 6 October. A ride-on mower was moved but not stolen. AN iPad Mini valued at $670 was stolen from a house in Bethanga St Mt Eliza, overnight Friday 7 October. Thieves entered via a side door. THE owner of a Kilbirnie Cl, Mt Eliza, house heard his garage door open and found his two cars had been searched, 7.15am, Wednesday 12 October. The thieves ran off with the garage door’s remote control. A BEACH box in Pt Nepean Rd, Rosebud, was broken into and a generator valued at $500 stolen, sometime before Monday 10 October. The thieves entered through the roof. A NEW Oregon brand chainsaw valued at $400 was stolen from a beach box in Pt Nepean Rd, Portsea, between 2-6 October. Anyone with information on any of these incidents is asked to call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000. Stephen Taylor

Seawall works at Craigie beach WORKS to build a 97-metre rock revetment to protect Craigie beach’s ageing seawall have begun. The six-week works are part of the state government’s coastal environment program, which oversees protection and repair of the coastline. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning’s coastal project officer Jacky Priestley said the works would help protect the Craigie beach seawall from strong waves. He said the original stone seawall was about 50 years old. “The seawall was designed to protect the cliff faces from large, powerful waves which, over

time, can erode the cliffs and compromise the road, walking trails, and assets above,” he said. “During the past decade, a rock revetment was placed in front of the seawall to absorb wave energy. “This approach has proven to be highly effective, so we are extending the rock revetment, to prolong the life of the seawall and provide continued protection of the cliffs.” Until the work is completed, the area behind the seawall and sections of the walking paths in the area will be closed, 7am-5pm, MondayFriday.

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Clowns no laughing matter THE creepy clown phenomenon is concerning police, with their antics alarming motorists and passers-by. Reports of the clowns holding fake knives and cap guns and terrifying motorists along Frankston-Dandenong Rd, Carrum Downs, came to light Monday afternoon last week. The trio was said to be standing on the side of the road in full view of passing motorists. They ran off before police arrived. Senior Sergeant Kim Young, of Frankston police, said wearing a clown outfit was not necessarily against the law – it “has to be taken in context and depends on what they are doing”, she said. “Every instance will be assessed on its merits but, generally, if the offenders are making nuisances of themselves they will be dealt with.” Senior Sergeant Justin Watson said police also responded to reports of clowns on Robinsons Rd, Langwarrin, on Monday. “They were young kids who scampered and there was no incidence

of violence,” he said. “However, we are treating the issue seriously and we won’t tolerate offensive behaviour.” Sergeant Watson said the clowns were copycats mirroring the US craze. Asked if they would be arrested, he said: “It is an offence to possess an article of disguise, however, it all depends on the circumstances. “For example, it is not an offence to wear a balaclava in the snow but it is not allowed in a bank. If there is no threat then there is no crime.” Mornington Sergeant Jodie Powell said police received “three or four” calls from residents complaining about clowns on Racecourse Rd, Mornington. One reportedly was carrying a wooden knife. “It’s bad and scary,” she said. “I know of at least three jobs. We didn’t locate anyone on the first two but on the third we spoke to a young man but no charges were laid.” Stephen Taylor

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A lot of drive needed to cure MND Cameron McCullough cameron@baysidenews.com.au IT is hard not to be moved by the story of Neale Daniher. The football great was diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 2013. Currently incurable, MND is a progressive disease involving the degeneration of the motor neurons and wasting of the muscles. The life expectancy of a person diagnosed with this terrible disease is only about two and a half years. Neale Daniher has not taken MND lying down though. He has shown a determination to live life to the fullest, and face the challenges this disease brings with courage, humour, and a drive to help prevent the suffering of those that may be diagnosed with this disease in the future. It was through a few meetings with Neale Daniher that Brad Fitzsimmons, the Dealer Principal at Bayside Automotive Group in Frankston, decided to get involved with Neale’s crusade to find a cure for MND. “He is such an inspiration. His spirit and drive are unbelievable,” said Mr Fitzsimmons. “It got me thinking. If he can do all this to work towards a cure for this disease then why aren’t we doing more?” That was the catalyst for Brad and his band of supporters to get involved in this year’s Daniher’s Drive, which ran between 13 and 16 October. “Daniher’s Drive last year raised

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On a mission: (l to r) Ashley Robertson (Mornington Race Club), Ben Sii (FCA), Sam Quattrone (FCA), Brad Fitzsimmons (Bayside Automotive Group Dealer Principal), Phil Gray (Sales Manager FCA), Brett and Jody Lovett (A Positive Move), Saree Bremert (A Positive Move, Peter Christopherson (Sales Executive FCA). Picture: Cameron McCullough

over $500,000 that will go towards curing MND. “This year, they aim to raise over $700,000. The great news is that, even before the event had started, we had raised over $556,000 for 2016!” It is an impressive sum of money, and Brad’s team have raised a considerable amount towards the overall sum. “We jumped on the phone to all those great businesses and people we

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deal with. We’ve asked them to put their hands in their pockets for such a worthy cause. “We’ve also had great support from Suzuki Australia, Jeep Australia, and our parent company, AHG”. The ‘Bayside Slayers’ as they call themselves, will be joined by ‘A Positive Move’ team, also behind the wheel of a Jeep Grand Cherokee. “It will be great to have another Jeep alongside us. They are fantas-

tic cars, and I’m sure they’ll handle the over 1,100 kilometre route with ease!” The trip is tinged with sadness for the ‘A Positive Move’ team. The car was to be driven by Dick Custerson. Mr Custerson recently lost his battle with cancer. “Dick was a great friend of ours, and will be sorely missed. Dick’s car will be driven by Brett Lovett who will be accompanied by his wife

Jody, and Sue and Saree from ‘A Positive Move’”. The four day Daniher’s Drive took the cars up through Lilydale, Yea, Mansfield, Bright, Mount Hotham, Lakes Entrance, Sale, Inverloch, San Remo, and Cowes before heading back to Melbourne on Sunday 16 October. To donate to Daniher’s Drive, go to: curemnd.kindful.com/ danihersdrive/bayside-slayers


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Flesh-eating ulcers on rise Liz Bell liz@baysidenews.com.au FRANKSTON and the Mornington Peninsula have emerged as “hot spots” for a flesh-eating bacteria that leaves sufferers disfigured and has doctors baffled. Variously known as the Bairnsdale ulcer, the Daintree ulcer and the Baruli ulcer, the infectious disease is affecting up to four residents a week in the Frankston and on the peninsula. Data from the Department of Health shows that 42 cases have been reported in Mornington so far this year, up from 33 last year. In Frankston, there have been 12 cases, up from seven last year. State-wide there were 106 cases of the infection last year while already this year 108 cases have been recorded. The bacterium is thought to enter the bloodstream via a mosquito bite, but little is known about the source. Head of infectious diseases at Peninsula Health Dr Peter Kelley said the rate of infection on the peninsula had increased steadily every year since it was first detected in the south east in the early 2000s. However, he admitted doctors knew little about its origins, the reasons for the increase, or the methods of transmission. The disease, caused by the Mycobacterium ulcerans bacteria, causes a small, painless bite-like mark which, if left untreated, will ulcer-

ate and form large gaping wounds. In severe cases, the bone can be infected. Dr Kelley said the ulcers were common in tropical climates, such as Queensland, and were common in rural sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, where poor healthcare often led to severe infection and amputations. He said since 2011 the number of people presenting at Peninsula Health had increased significantly, but doctors were unsure why. “The peninsula area is emerging as a bit of a hot spot, but nobody knows why,” he said. “We know it has been associated with stagnant water and coastal vegetation, and there has been some evidence gathered that mosquitoes are involved. “If you can avoid being bitten, you probably avoid the disease.” Every year there are 5000-6000 cases worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation, but Australia is believed to be the only developed country with significant Bairnsdale ulcer outbreaks. Dr Kelley said it was important to raise awareness of the disease among doctors and the public, as the key to recovery was to pick it up early. Rye resident Vincent Misitano believes he may have been bitten by an infected mosquito in May last year, but it wasn’t until he returned from an overseas trip that he sought treatment for a sore that wouldn’t go away.

He described the initial wound as a small bite that looked like it was “brewing” underneath. “The doctor took a swab and, once it was confirmed, I had to take two courses of antibiotics and have regular wound dressings, and while it’s slowly getting better it has still not gone completely,” he said. A keen gardener, Mr Misitano believes he may have been bitten while gardening and is urging people not to ignore insect bites. Dr Kelley said he expected infection rates to rise significantly with the onset of warmer weather, and warned people to use insect repellent and cover up outside. There is some evidence that the bacteria can be transmitted from mosquitos to wildlife, as it has been found in wildlife faeces. A 2007 study in Point Lonsdale, Victoria, detected Mycobacterium ulcerans among 11,000 mosquitoes. It is a reportable disease and the third most common bacterial disease after TB and leprosy.

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FOR SALE Expressions of Interest Closing Friday 11th November at 4:00pm VIEW

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Richard Whitehead 0412 328 718

MORNINGTON 800 MOOROODUC HIGHWAY

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‘PENG ON’ GRAND SEDUCTION ON THE GOLDEN MILE All the grace and grandeur of this elite Golden Mile address laced with an aura of the exotic, this truly majestic 4 bedroom home with swimming pool bequeaths a life of unbridled privilege beside Toorak College. Set on 2300sqm (approx), the home features 2 kitchens, grand dining, deluxe poolside conservatory, opulent master with spa ensuite and dressing room, 2 additional living areas and guest wing. Includes evaporative cooling, rain tanks, vegetable beds, security and double garage.

AUCTION: TERMS: PRICE GUIDE: INSPECT: CONTACT:

Saturday 12th November at 2pm 10% deposit balance 60/90 days $2.35M - $2.5M Saturday 2:00 -2:30pm James Crowder 0407 813 377 Deb Ketting-Olivier 0403 554 955

9708 8667

Shop 7 / 20-22 Ranelagh Drive MOUNT ELIZA www.communityrealestate.com.au

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Auction 57 Alicudi Avenue, Frankston South Saturday 29th October at 11am on-site

Rare And Unique Acreage

A place with space Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

Land area 20,963m2 (5 acres approx.)

Excellent bay views

Suit owner occupier or developer

Zoned Residential 1

WITH a well-configured floor plan that encourages free-flowing family living, this recently updated home offers five excellent bedrooms and three bright living areas. The larger master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite, with built-in robes to remaining bedrooms that all share the main bathroom. A welcoming family room incorporates a stylish open plan kitchen with stainless-steel appliances including a dishwasher, and from the adjoining meals area you can step out to a paved undercover patio. A second pleasant sitting room branches off from the dining space, and set at the front of the home is a formal lounge. The slightly elevated block measures about 831 square metres and is well-presented with colourful gardens and even some fruit trees. The double garage has extra parking space alongside for a boat or trailer and there is internal access to the home.

Potential subdivision(STCA) Last oppportunity to buy large allotment in Frankston South TERMS: 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days

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42 Rosemary Drive, HASTINGS $570,000 plus Baywest Real Estate, 1/109 High Street, Hastings, 5979 4412 Don McKenzie, 0419 955 177

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THIS established business, easily run by a couple, trades 5 ½ days from a great Main Street location and is the sole agency for ROC school shoes in Mornington. Also stocking sporting, fashion and school shoes.

WITH a distinct European style and menu, this niche hospitality business has an On Premises liquor licence for 50 patrons. Trading Thursday to Sunday, 12pm11pm, customers enjoy a comfortable air-conditioned setting with a large, lounge area and some outdoor seating is available.

Shoe Retailer, MORNINGTON Price: $70,000 + SAV Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Wine bar, MORNINGTON Price: $270,000 + sav Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Business Sales Specialists www.latessabusiness.com.au 50 Playne Street Frankston

Tel: (03) 9781 1588 Business Migrants Expert Advisory Service LAWN MOWING ROUND - HOME BASED

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NEWS DESK

Twenty years of polio advocacy 60 years of polio vaccine

Different times: Frankston Children’s Hospital in Mt Eliza cared for children with polio. Going strong: Polio survivor Fran Henke attended the Polio Australia Life Stage Matters Australasian/ Pacific conference in Sydney.

MORNINGTON Peninsula Post Polio Support Group will celebrate 20 years of advocacy and referral for polio survivors in the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula on Tuesday 18 October. The group, previously led by Mt Martha resident Dennis Doull Lloyd, who died in February aged 83, brings polio survivors together to share friendship and stories. Group secretary and Hastings resident Fran Henke said there was now greater awareness thanks to the persistence of support groups, al-

though there are always challenges, such as the new National Disability Insurance Scheme, which cuts off at age 65. “Most had polio prior to 1956 when the first immunisation programs began; they are now relying on aged care services for assistance to remain fiercely independent as they have been throughout busy, productive lives,” she said. “We are aware of many polio survivors on the peninsula who are not members of our group but we do hope they will come to our luncheon

and enjoy being among fellow travellers.” Last month Ms Henke attended the Polio Australia ‘Life Stage Matters’ Australasian/Pacific conference in Sydney, which discussed the “psychological baggage we carry”. “A psychologist from the United States likened our experience to that of Vietnam veterans told not to speak about their war,” she said. “It is hard for families to believe the brutal treatment children with polio went through even locally – at the then Frankston Children’s

Hospital. It has taken applications through Freedom of Information for some to prove to themselves and their families what they went through. “I have no memory of my childhood and am quite fearful of what’s buried.” The Post Polio Support Group luncheon is on Tuesday 18 October at the Western Port Hotel, Hastings. All polio survivors, friends and family are welcome, whether members of the group or not. Call Ms Henke on 5979 7274.

POLIO survivors from the Mornington Peninsula will be among those celebrating 60 years this month since the introduction of the vaccine that halted the spread of the virus still affecting their lives. ‘Polio day’, on Saturday 22 October, will recognise the resilience of those who contracted polio before the introduction of the vaccine, as well as highlight the often dangerous work being conducted globally by vaccination teams. The annual event, run by Polio Network Victoria, will be held at the Arts Centre Melbourne, with guest speaker Sir Gustav Nossal AC CEB, eminent scientist and research biologist, named ‘Australian of the Year’ in 2000. About 70,000 Australians were affected by polio between the 1930s and 1960s, many severely paralysed, before a vaccine was created. Thousands of Victorians, now in their 50’s, 60’s, and older, are now experiencing post-polio syndrome – a set of unexpected symptoms occurring between 15–40 years after the initial infection. Chair of the polio reference group Bev Watson said ‘polio day’ was an opportunity to inform and support those experiencing later complications from polio, as well as to educate medical professionals. Former patients of Fairfield Infectious Diseases Hospital and rehabilitation centres including Frankston Children’s Hospital at Mt Eliza, Welfare House and Lady Dugan, will have the opportunity to catch up and reminisce during polio day. Polio day will be held 11.30am–2.30pm, Saturday 22 October. Tickets are $30 and include a two-course meal.

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WHAT’S NEW...

Woodpecker’s new superstore shines WOODPECKER have moved to a new location in Mornington at 901 Nepean Highway, and are now able to offer an even larger range of heating and cooling options, as well as home décor. Proud to have become a one stop shop for all your heating, cooling and decorating needs, the new showroom is twice the size with even more great designer brands on display. Woodpecker Mornington have more stock and now have a wonderful range of furniture and homewares with a showroom of furniture, décor, heating and cooling displays, artwork, pillows, and brands including Uniqwa furniture, with its modern natural wood pieces. Come in and check out the Designer Boys artwork with unique artworks from two gentlemen on the tv show The Block. There is a wonderful display of abstract artwork, handmade and assembled pieces, and tribal artwork, with more contemporary artwork, illustrations and coral pieces. With a larger showroom, Woodpecker are also able to showcase a more extensive range of heating and cooling options and now have a new range of suspended fire places. These unique fire places hang from brackets on the ceiling and are handmade in the south of France. They also have a new range called Sculpt Fire places, and Australia’s only four sided wood heater on display. With an extended Weber range on display, Woodpecker continue to be the premium Weber specialist dealer on the Mornington Peninsula, and can confidently say they are the one stop shop for all your heating, cooling, barbecue and décor needs. Woodpecker is at 901 Nepean Highway, Mornington, or the superstore at 1682 Princes Highway, Oakleigh. Phone 5977 0899 or 9558 8666. www.woodpecker.com.au

100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Mr H. Smith dies in gun accident Compiled by Cameron McCullough A GUN accident, which resulted fatally, occurred at Mornington Junction on Saturday last. It appears that Mr H. Smith, a well known resident, took the gun from its place, saying that he would just have one shot. He went about 50 yards from the house, and on getting through a fence that was there must have caught the trigger in the wire, as the inmates heard a shot and on going to ascertain what was shot, found the unfortunate man quite dead, lying close to the fence. Death must have been instantaneous, as there were no signs of a struggle. The deceased was well respected, and deep sympathy is felt for his wife and family in their sudden bereavement. *** MESSRS Brody and Mason will hold a clearing sale as Somerville on Wed nesday next, of horses, farm implements, vehicles etc on account of Mr Morrow, who is leaving the district. *** THE hon. sec. of the Frankston District Roll of Honor Fund, wishes to acknowledge receipt of 10s 6d from Mr Richard Wells. Any member of the committee will receive donations and the secretaries will forward a receipt. *** AT courts held at Dromana, Mornington and Frankston on Tuesday, 107 men presented themselves, of which 73 were declared fit and 32 unfit. At Dandenong on Thursday out of 113 men, 91 were declared fit and 42 unfit.

*** LIEUT. J. A. Whitaker was sworn in before His Honor Mr Justice Hood at the Practice Court Law Courts, Melbourne, as one of His Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for the Centre Bailiwick of the State on the 17th October 1916. *** MISS Dulcie Bland, who performed at the recent concert given by Mr Harry Skinner, for the Frankston District Roll of Honor Fund, was again successful in gaining first prize at the South street Ballarat competitions. *** ON Wednesday next, Oct 25th an old Linen afternoon will be held in Red Cross depot room, Mechanics’ Hall, from 2pm to 6pm. A liberal response is asked for, as the demand in hospitals for old soft clean rags is very heavy, and many people can help in this way by coming to the depot with clean white linen, or if unable to come may be able to send cloths. *** IT will be seen by our advertisement in another column that the fourth meeting in the district in connection with the forth coming referendum will be held at Mt Eliza on Tuesday next. The object of the meeting is to secure replies of “Yes” on the 25th inst. Mr Hugh Menzies and other prominent speakers will address the meeting. It is to be hoped that there will be a good attendance and a practically unanimous decision in the affirmative. *** THREE splendid bream, weigh-

ing about 2lbs each, were caught on Thursday, in the creek, by Cr C. Murray and Mr W. P. Mason. The nature of the bait used is a profound secret, only known to themselves. The lines used were of the type known as flathead. Wading was one of the essentials. Mr Hefter, who also indulges, caught a beauty; he states that bream is the easiest of all fish to catch. *** THE members of the W.C.T.U. and some friends, at the invitation of Captain Condor, drove to Langwarrin camp, and were all greatly interested and impressed with the splendid discipline as seen, also the many improvements effected at the camp. The men were busily employed at various occupations, some building a band stand, others working in the carpenter’s shop which looked replete with all necessary tools. There is great promise of gardens, which are laid out with great taste, and many trees are planted which in time will afford grateful shade. Capt.Condor and Chaplin Gates met the party on arrival and were most kind. The grounds, buildings, picture hall, canteen, Y.M.C.A. hall (over which Mr Smith is organising secretary) where the men may avail themselves of writing materials, books etc, and where they may rest in their leisure hours, were visited. Some of the party were shown through one of the hospital wards where they distributed flowers. There were about eighty patients in

the wards. An invitation to afternoon tea was gratefully accepted and much appreciated. Just before leaving, the band played several selections exceedingly well. The impression made was that everything should be done to help cheer the sick and encourage them by sympathy to redeem the past, and prove themselves better men in the future. Over 2,000 men had recovered and returned to the front and the majority of the men now in camp were anxious to get back and do their bit. Capt. Condor has the welfare of the men at heart and is most sympathetic towards them and is very desirous that the Frankston people should feel kindly interest in them and show it by visiting the camp as often aspracticable. “I am satisfied,” says Mr F. W. Bamford, a Labour member of the House of Representatives for Queensland, that compulsion is necessary and I intend to support it by my voice and vote. We have heard a good deal about the evil of Prussian militarism, and have been told that men have left Germany in order to escape. Well, if Prussian militarism has been severe on the people of Prussia, how much more severe would it be upon the people of a conquered country ? The position in such circumstances would be intolerable. There would be only one thing to do, and that would be to commit suicide. I say quite seriously that it would be better for any man with a family

to do as many others have done in those countries already subjugated by the enemy, namely, to put them into closed chambers and turn on the gas. Far better would it be for them to die thus than to fall into the hands of the enemy. Now, suppose we did not send more men to the front; suppose we left unfilled the gaps that have been caused in the ranks of our soldiers? What would happen then? Our battalions would become reduced, our men would be drafted into other units, and finally Australia would not be represented by one complete unit at the front. Of what avail then, would be the glory of our men at Gallipoli and of the heroes of Anzac ? Where today, it would be asked, are the men who so bravely shed their blood in the defence of the country ? They are gone but none have come to fill their places. It behoves everyone of us to consider well what he ought to do.” *** ABOUT one hundred soldiers were entertained on Tuesday last, by the Frankston “Wattle Club”, and although the secretary only received word Monday midday, notifying the club of their intended visit, everything passed off well. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 21 October, 1916

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THE MEANING OF EXISTENCE... AND OTHER SHORT STORIES

Practical tips for surviving the Zombie Apocalypse By Stuart McCullough It’s coming. As surely as Christmas, Sam & Dave, your in-laws and the scratch at the back of your throat that you just know is going to turn into a fully fledged gargantuan head cold; its arrival is both imminent and inevitable. There’s little that any of us can do other than to switch off the lights, barricade the doors and hope against hope for the best. Try as we might, some things can’t be stopped. Deny it all you like, but the zombie apocalypse is on its way, ready or not. This country is in danger of being swamped by Zombies. There – I said it. Eventually, someone was bound to pluck up the bravery to state the obvious. That this person should turn out to be me is a source for no small amount of pride (and, possibly, prejudice). I realise that such a statement might be considered controversial. But sometimes it takes a fair slice of courage if not the cloak of Parliamentary privilege to say out loud the kind of things that would never be uttered in polite conversation and are usually the preserve of slurred discussions over a wet table at your local drinking hole in the final minutes before closing time. I appreciate that I’m being controversial. Indeed, I’m pretty much resigned to the fact that my anti-zombie campaign will be frowned at by the urban-dwelling, latte-sipping, leftleaning, cardigan-wearing, Q & A watching intelligentsia who own Jackson Browne albums and drive huge petrol-skolling four wheel drives with bald-faced, irony-free bumper stickers that decry climate change, but so what? Those people don’t live in the

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real world like you and I. Instead, they live in ivory towers that have butler’s pantries but nothing in the way of a bathroom mirror in which they could have a long, hard look at themselves. It’s time that someone called a spade a shovel. Zombies have a culture and

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ideology that is incompatible with our own. They don’t support our way of life. In fact, as members of the undead, zombies don’t support any way of life at all. That’s why they shouldn’t be allowed to come here to steal our jobs and eat our brains. If they don’t like

things the way they are, they should go back to where they came from. Granted, where they came from is approximately six feet under the pavement but it’s the principle rather than the actual distance that matters. If you think that my unbridled attack on zombies is unfair, then consider the evidence. And when I say ‘consider the evidence’, I mean, pretend that everything I say actually has some scientific basis and is not just a random stream of repulsive alphabet vomit. The UN is a giant conspiracy. Climate change is a ruse invented by NASA and KFC to encourage sales of their original recipe chicken. Skittles are terrorists. Siri is stealing your dreams. Donald Trump is not a fictional character even if he and Sacha Barron Cohen have never been seen in the same room together. International banking families are conspiring to break up One Direction and are responsible for Taylor Swift’s rise to world domination. The list goes on (and can be downloaded from the Internet at your convenience). Come to think of it, perhaps zombies are the least of our problems. For we live in a golden age where what passes for debate is something that once would have been mocked for being an evidence-free rant against the universe. Once, demented outbursts of this kind would be greeted by a refusal to make eye contact and a quiet shuffling of feet. Now they hand out ‘how to vote’ cards. It makes you wonder at how we’re ever going to get anything done if the rules of engagement are less stringent than those applying to ‘Uno’. Before I go any further, I should make something of an admission. I

don’t actually know any zombies. For reasons I can’t quite explain, our paths have never crossed. But despite the fact that zombies have never done anything personally to me, I find myself despising them nevertheless. It’s more than a matter of not liking them very much and far exceeds your garden-variety antipathy. Given my emotions, you’d think that zombies had just stolen my car park at Southland even though I clearly had my indicator on. It’s both irrational and immeasurable. Now that I think about it, there’s something so illogical, so unreasonable about my feelings that maybe, just maybe, it’s not them so much as it is me. Now there’s a thought. Perhaps I ought to own up to the fact that I have an unquenchable prejudice against the undead. There’s something about things that I thought were long-gone and buried and then, without warning, turn up again that I find inherently unsettling. Whether it be on my doorstep or in the Australian Senate, I find it confronting. I must do better. In fact, I should go out of my way to make sure that people who come here feel welcome. After all, it was only two generations ago that my family turned up. Now we’re part of the furniture. I only wish that some of our new parliamentarians could find it in their own hearts to be a little more understanding. After all, when you think about it, some of our new Senators are not so very different from zombies; with the obvious exception that only one of them has a thirst for brains. stuart@stuartmccullough.com


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Doggies in command PROVINCIAL By IT Gully MORNINGTON are just seven wickets away from a comprehensive victory against Pines in MPCA Provincial cricket after 13 wickets fell on the first day. The Doggies had the Piners reeling at 3/8 at the close of play after the visitors had to face the final six overs of the afternoon. The only good news for the Piners is that of the three wickets that fell, only one was a recognised batsman (Jarred Coad). Rhys Chalkley remains at the crease with Harley Peace-Stirling while

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Celebrating the birth of his daughter Indi, Jake Prosser was the pick of the bowlers for the Kangas with 3/40, while little brothers Sam (2/30 off 10) and Matt (2/54 off 19) also got in on the act. An unbeaten 124 from Keith Biggs has Mt Eliza in a reasonable position in its match against Crib Point. Biggs scored more than half of Mt Eliza’s entire score of 9/235. Only Shaun Knott (35) and Tim Strickland (24) contributed anything worth noting. Warren Herrington and Henry Dolphin snared three wickets each for the Magpies while Luke Herrington chipped in with 2/11 from six overs.

Sorrento has set Somerville a big task of 271 for victory on day two of the match. The top order for the Sharks was solid with Corey Harris getting 27, Jack Falck 48, Liam O’Connor 45, Bobby Wilson 63 and Brandon Rulach 38. Russell Wilkes was superb with the ball for the Eagles, picking up 5/86 from 21 overs. Pearcedale superstar Kaine Smith snared 5/31 off 17 overs to help his side roll Long Island for just 156. Chris Dew also picked up 3/45 from 19 overs while Shayne Gillings chipped in with 2/38 off 20 overs. In reply, the Dales have started

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The Demons’ nightmare continues DISTRICT By IT Gully RYE were taken back to the horrors of last season when they came up against Red Hill in MPCA District cricket on Saturday. Despite coming down a grade after being humiliated last season, the Demons wound back the clock a full year when it lost 16 wickets in a day for just 64 runs. The Demons were sent in to bat on the opening day of their match at Red Hill Reserve, lasting just 21.4 overs as they were bowled out for 32. Jarrod Saw with 14 was the only

Rye bat to score double figures. Glen Collett was at his menacing best for the Hillmen with 5/16 from 11 overs while Simon Dart claimed 5/13 from 7.4 overs. The Hillmen then went out and hit a quick fire 7/185 off 40.5 overs before sending Rye back in for the final 18 overs of the day. Felix McKillop top scored with 76 and Brent Martin hit 46. Collett picked up 2/12 in the second innings and Lincoln Toy claimed 2/6. The Demons have just four wickets in hand and need more than 120 runs to make Red Hill bat again. Boneo is also in a world of pain af-

ter dropping 12 wickets on the opening day against Mt Martha. The Pandas were sent in by the home side and were bowled out for just 44 in 31.3 overs. ‘Extras’ was the highest score with nine. Rhys Whitling was the pick of the Reds’ bowlers with 5/11 from eight overs while Kyle Bendle helped himself to 3/11 of 6.3 overs. In reply, the Reds declared at 8/140, chasing quick runs. Mitch Darville top scored for the home side with 45 while Sean Spencer and Leigh Janssen picked up 4/45 and 4/33 respectively for Boneo with the ball.

Boneo is 2/41 in its second innings, still 55 runs behind. Rhys Elmi smacked 121 as Baden Powell scored 217 against Seaford. Chris Cleef picked up 4/62 to be the pick of the Seaford bowlers. In reply, Seaford is travelling nicely at 0/40. Heatherhill is in a strong position heading into day two of its match against Seaford Tigers. The Tigers were bowled out for 175 with Dave James top scoring with 57 and Gavin Whyte hitting 39. Max Watters was also solid at the end with 24. Matty Meagher was the best of the

Hills’ bowlers with 3/29 off 11 overs while Jake Theobald was also solid with 3/42 from 10 overs. In reply, Heatherhill is 2/91 with Kristian Miller unbeaten on 50. Brad Hogan-Keogh crafted a superb 113 to help Flinders to 9/229 against Delacombe Park. The home side was in some early trouble at 3/30 before the Sharks got on top. Ricky Ramsdale bowled 30 overs and picked up 3/95, while Dean Blight was superb with 2/16 from 21 overs.

Blues in strife against Frogs SUB-DISTRICT By IT Gully HASTINGS is on the verge of losing its round two match against Tootgarook in MPCA Sub District cricket. The day started alright when the Blues won the toss and elected to bat in good conditions. However, when skipper Robbie Hearn was dismissed for just one by AJ King, things didn’t get a lot better. Jake Hewitt was superb again for the home side in the middle order

with 48 while Ashley Coles hit a very timely 61 after scoring 84 in the Seconds the week before. The Blues were eventually rolled for 164 in the 51st over. Matt Whelan was the pick of the bowlers with 4/56 from 15 overs while Luke Thompson picked up 3/52. In reply, the Frogs are cruising at 3/120 after Travis French blasted 91 to go with his half century in Round 1. Tyabb has set Frankston YCW

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down 218 for victory when it resumes batting this Saturday against Balnarring. The Cougars are travelling nicely at 2/57 with Mark Snelling on 26 after rolling the Saints for 217 in 53.4 overs. Jayden Barker was the best of the Cougars’ bowlers with 5/67 while Mark Walles top scored for the Saints with 65. Skye needs to produce something remarkable to beat Ballam Park. Skye batted first and were bowled

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1993 BMW 525I

2005 MAZDA 6

FAIRLY LOW KILOMETRES IN VERY GOOD CONDITION BOTH INSIDE AND OUT. FULL ELECTRICS, CD PLAYER, DRIVERS SIDE AIR BAG AND MUCH MORE. ANY TEST WELCOME. SJZ-728

$5,990

$11,990

$3,990

AUTO, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS, IN GOOD CONDITION. IDEAL FAMILY CAR. TEST DRIVE TODAY. 1CU-1BC

GRAND VITARA, AUTO, FULL SERVICE HISTORY, UNMARKED INSIDE AND OUT, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS AND MUCH MORE. YCM-841

THE CLASSIC BMW LOOK, VERY GOOD CONDITION, AUTO, SUN ROOF, LEATHER INTERIOR. TEST DRIVE TODAY. TOQ-497

5 SPEED MANUAL, LOW KILOMETRES, IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS, FACTORY ALLOYS, CD PLAYER AND MORE. TXI 570

02 HYUNDAI LAVITA GL5

GREAT WALL X240 LOW KM’S

2006 HOLDEN ASTRA CDX

VW BEETLE DIESEL

2010 HOLDEN VE BERLINA

$3,990

$5,990

$3,990

$7,990

$3,990

$8,990

VERY GOOD CONDITION, LOW KM’S, FULL ELECTRICS, CD PLAYER, DUAL AIR BAGS AND MORE. THE IDEAL FAMILY CAR. TEST DRIVE TODAY. UBW-133

8LUXURY SUV, VERY GOOD CONDITION, LEATHER INTERIOR, DUAL AIR BAGS, FULL ELECTRICS, CD PLAYER AND MUCH MORE. GREAT FAMILY CAR. ANY TEST WELCOME. XLI-253

5 SPEED MANUAL, REAR PARKING SENSORS, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS AND MORE. EXCELLENT CONDITION BOTH INSIDE AND OUT. ANY TEST WELCOME. 1GN-6MD

5 SPEED MANUAL, SUN ROOF, HRS WHEELS, FULL ELECTRICS, CD PLAYER, DUAL AIR BAGS AND MUCH MORE. NEAR PERFECT CONDITION INSIDE AND OUT, ANY TEST WELCOME. ULE-932

LOW KILOMETRES (130,000), EXCELLENT CONDITION INSIDE AND OUT. WITH A FULL SERVICE HISTORY, LEATHER TRIM, CURTAIN AIR BAGS AND MUCH MORE. ANY TEST WELCOME. 1AE-2OU

2006 HYUNDAI ELANTRA

2004 HOLDEN BARINA

2009 HYUNDAI TIBURON

2005 PEUGEOT 307

2007 NISSAN X-TRAIL

$4,990

$7,990

$5,990

$5,990 AUTO, GOOD KMS, FULL ELECTRICS, CD PLAYER, DUAL AIR BAGS AND MORE. WELCOME TO ANY TEST. XLZ-352

$12,990

$9,990

AUTO, LOW KILOMETRES, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL VERY GOOD CONDITION BOTH INSIDE & OUT, REG VALID VERY GOOD CONDITION BOTH INSIDE AND OUT. FOR 3 MONTHS (15/1/17). 2.7L V6, FRONT WHEEL DRIVE, AIR BAGS AND MUCH MORE. IN GREAT CONDITION, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL SIDE AIR BAGS, PARTIAL LEATHER AUTO, SUN ROOF, ROOF RACKS, FULL ELECTRICS, CD PLAYER AND MORE. ANY TEST WELCOME. JCD1 COME AND TEST DRIVE TODAY. TPX-431 TRIM, CD PLAYER. TEST DRIVE TODAY. XEE-162

FINANCE AVAILABLE

Finance available to approved purchasers. Interest credit fees and charges apply. Payments are based on a secured loan over 60 months at 10.75% per annum with no deposit, comparison rate schedule is available on request. Warning this comparison rate applies only to examples given. Different amounts and terms will result in different rate FRVWV IHHV DQG RU VDYLQJV DUH QRW LQFOXGHG LQ WKH FRPSDULVRQ UDWH DQG PD\ LQÀXHQFH WKH FRVW RI WKH ORDQ

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SRS MOTORS McCRAE

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4 8 p/w

$

$

COMMODORE SV6

BF XR6 DUAL FUEL

5 8 p/w

8 0 p/w

HSV MALOO R8 Great k’s only 113,000 on this 2003 hsv maloo with books automatic cruise multiple air bags abs brakes climate control LSD power windows tinted glass rear hard lid body kit sports suspension . sik-515

5 5 p/w

5 0 p/w

$

4 5 p/w

$

$

FOCUS TURBO DIESEL OUTLANDER PLATINUM

SOLD A S IS

4 0 p/w

$7,999

drive away

4 5 p/w

RODEO 4X4 TRAY

drive away

4 2 p/w

$

4 5 p/w CAPRICE V8

$

1999 ford longreach utility 5 manual trans very low ks only 162000 BF mkII XR6 12/2007 built sedan finished in lightning strike with 2003 Holden rodeo LX 4x4 manual 3.2 lt alloy tray limited slip diff black int air conditioned with abs brakes cruse control power win- power steering air conditioned tow hitch bull bar warn winch rear canopy aval air con power steering remote locks dows air bags traction control body kit alloy wheels books. wyw354 pml068 uox615

MERCEDES 230E

drive away

$

FORD XR6 BF2

$1,200

drive away

$8,999

$8,999

drive away

MANUAL LONGREACH UTE

$7,999

Just traded finished in black with black int 4cyl automatic with air con power steering power sunroof factory alloys registered drives very well sold as is for $1200. qoj409

$8,499

4 3 p/w

2005 AWD only 144,000 k’s with books air con power steering multiple air bags cruise control power windows tinted glass tow hitch nudge ba. jgat5p46224

VOYAGER 7 SEATS

$4,999

$

TERRITORY 7 SEATER

2002 chrysler voyager SE 7 seater automatic multiple air bags cruise control abs brakes power windows dual air conditioning power steering low km. utr403

2009 mitsubishi 4WD outlander manual trans front side and head air bags traction control abs brakes cruise control air con tinted glass roof racks factory alloys service books. wwr749

3 0 p/w

VS UTE SPACK

Holden commodore spack automatic v6 3.8lt utility finished in black with factory alloy’s cruise control air conditioned power steering rear tonneau cover tow hitch. oje106

2010 AUTO FOCUS

2010 ford focus LV TDCI automatic 5d hatchback with air con abs cruise front side and head air bags traction control stability program power windows remote locks rear spoiler alloy wheels

$

5 5 p/w

$

Ford focus lx sedan with air con cruise control abs brakes DSC traction control brake assist multiple air bags power windows alloy wheels power steering. xtp542

drive away

drive away

$

drive away

drive away

drive away

3 0 p/w

$9,999

$8,999

$10,999

drive away

$

2006 bf xr6 only 150,000km with books cruise control abs brakes alloy’sbody kit traction control air bags tow pack. xcv064

Holden commodore SV6 low ks full service history body kit full leather int abs cruise traction control multiple air bags power windows EBD brake assist alloy wheels tints tow pack. ujs509

$10,999

$4,999

drive away

drive away

drive away

$

$9,499

$10,999

$16,999

DODGE CALIBER

2002 holden WH caprice low k’s full leather int multiple air bags climate control abs brakes cruise traction control rear entertainment alloy’s tinted glass tow pack very clean. 1bu2nh

2007 automatic 2.0lt Caliber with air conditioning abs brakes front and side air bags power windows alarm power steering immobiliser factory alloys reg uok813

$5,999

$12,999

drive away

6 5 p/w

$

3 0 p/w

$

AUTO PULSAR ST

2001 automatic Nissan pulsar ST sedan this car has only done 124,000 k’s original books drives excellent has air conditioning air bag power steering next year. rcy-625

$10,999

4 0 p/w

VRX OUTLANDER

DIESEL ASTRA 2008

2007 mitsubishi ZG outlander vrx 4x4 V6 SUV full leather int 5 speed auto with paddle shift cruise control multiple air bags climate control Bluetooth premium sound rear dvd player tints alooy’s tow pack fog lights nudge bar. 1hi30s

holden astra 1.9 diesel 6 speed manual 5 door hatch multiple airbags abs power windows air con factory alloys. zpe748

7 0 p/w

2003 very clean holden commodore acclaim sedan finished in black with 2006 renault master work and play camper van set up as a caper up front black int factory alloy’s front and side air bags cruise control power windows and work shop in the rear great for working away from home turbo diesel 6 speed manual air con power steering clean with modern fit out. UAD 319 tinted glass rear spoiler tow pack. 1hw-6zn

2002 holden VX commodore S pack with cruise control abs brakes air bag body kit alloy’s tow bar tinted glass reg and rwc. tlu019

$8,999

$650

$9,999

6 5 p/w

2011 KIA (GRAND) CARNIVAL

2010 AUTO CRUZE

2011 kia carnival automatic with multi zone air con cruise control abs brakes dual sliding doors fold away rear seats multiple air bags ESP power windows fog lights alarm service books. mcr881

2010 holden cruze cd sedan only 84,000 km with service books abs brakes multiple air bags cruise traction control power windows ESP brake assist. xvx601

47 p/w

$

DODGE AVENGER

2007 dodge avenger sxt 2.7 v6 auto sedan multiple air bags abs cruise traction control stability program climate control full leather int heated seats hands free sunroof heat/cool cup holders power seats alloys tinted glass. reg: thanna

$11,999

drive away

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$3 0

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drive away

$

6 0p/w

$

COMMODORE SPACK

CAMPER VAN

VY ACCLAIM

drive away

$

3 5 p/w

$

$10,999

drive away

drive away

$

$

$12,999

$5,999

drive away

drive away

4 5 p/w

5 8 p/w

$

PAJERO 7 SEAT VRX 2006 mitsubishi 4WD NS pajero automatic VRX 7 seater 3.8ltr air bags cruise abs brakes stability control hill holder traction control climate control heated front seats alloy’s side steps tints. eng 6g75ss7089

$6,999

$7,999

drive away

drive away

SUZUKI X7 4WD 2005 suzuki 7 seater 4wd wagon v6 with service history automatic power steering air bags abs brakes climate control power windows alloy wheels roof rack. xtj912

SOLD A S IS

FALCON SEDAN

Ford falcon AU series two sedan trade in vehicle straight and tidy automatic 6cly runs well as is for $650 reg tvi797

J&D Collins Service Log Book Servicing

6 0 p/w

$

AUDI A4

2006 audi A4 sedan full leather int 19” alloy’s full audi service history 108,000 km multiple air bags cruise traction control ESP multifunction steering wheel brake assist sunroof power windows fog lights. ykh437

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3 YEARES D SCHEDUL

SERV ICING

FREE

† ON 4X4 MODELS

HOOK A HUGE DEAL ACROSS THE ISUZU D-MAX & MU-X RANGE

D-MAX 4X4

D-MAX 4X4

D-MAX 4X2

LS-U CREW CAB UTE MANUAL

LS-M CREW CAB UTE MANUAL

SX SINGLE CAB CHASSIS MANUAL

$

43,990

DRIVE AWAY*

EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

• 17" ALLOY WHEELS, FOG LIGHTS & SIDE STEPS • 8" TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • OUTSTANDING 3.5T TOWING+ • FUEL EFFICIENT 8.2L/100KM#

$

39,990

DRIVE AWAY*

EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

• 16" ALLOY WHEELS & FOG LIGHTS • ADVANCED AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • OUTSTANDING 3.5T TOWING+ • FUEL EFFICIENT 8.2L/100KM#

PLUS $1000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

PLUS $1000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

$

25,990

EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

• ADVANCED AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • FUEL EFFICIENT 8.0L/100KM# • HUGE 2,550MM LONG ALLOY TRAY~ • CRUISE CONTROL & POWER WINDOWS

LIMITED STOCK

MU-X 4X4

MU-X 4X2

MU-X 4X2

LS-U 7 SEAT AUTO

LS-T 7 SEAT AUTO

LS-M 7 SEAT AUTO

$

46,990

DRIVE AWAY*

EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

• 17" ALLOY WHEELS, FOG LIGHTS, SIDE STEPS • 8" TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • OUTSTANDING 3.0T TOWING+ • REVERSING CAMERA & REAR PARK ASSIST PLUS $1000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

$

43,990

DRIVE AWAY*

EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

• 17" ALLOY WHEELS, FOG LIGHTS, SIDE STEPS & ROOF RAILS • 8" TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY AUDIO SYSTEM & 10" DVD ROOF MONITOR • PASSIVE ENTRY & START SYSTEM • LEATHER APPOINTED SEATS§

DRIVE AWAY*

$

PLUS $1000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

36,990

DRIVE AWAY*

EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

• ADVANCED AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • FUEL EFFICIENT 8.1L/100KM# • OUTSTANDING 3.0T TOWING+ • REAR PARK ASSIST

PLUS $2000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

PLUS $1000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

HURRY TO MORNINGTON ISUZU UTE TODAY 41 Tyabb Rd, Mornington | PH: 5975 5188 www.morningtonisuzuute.com.au LMCT 10467 5-star ANCAP safety rating on 4x4 D-MAX Crew Cab models built from November 2013 onwards, 4x2 D-MAX Crew Cab High Ride models built from November 2014 onwards and all MU-X models. ^5 years/130,000km whichever occurs first, for eligible customers. Excludes trays and accessories. >The Capped Price Servicing Program (“CPS Program”) applies to Eligible Vehicles with a Warranty Start Date after 1/1/15 at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers only. The CPS Program covers the first 6 Scheduled Services in line with the Scheduled Service Intervals. CPS Prices are subject to change. For full terms & conditions and current pricing visit isuzuute.com.au/service-plus. +3.5 tonne braked towing capacity on D-MAX 4x4 and 4x2 High Ride models and 3.0 tonne braked towing capacity on all MU-X models when fitted with an optional genuine Isuzu UTE tow bar kit. ~Includes economy alloy tray fitted at motorpool. #Fuel consumption and emissions figures based on ADR 81/02 (combined cycle test) and are to be used for vehicle comparison purposes only. Actual fuel consumption and emissions will vary depending on many factors including, but not limited to, traffic conditions, individual driving style and vehicle condition. §Leather on body contact areas of the seats. *Private and ABN holders only. Excludes government, fleet, rental & non-profit buyers. Includes one year business vehicle registration, CTP insurance, dealer delivery and statutory charges. Metallic/mica/pearl paint $450 extra. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers from 1/10/16 until 31/12/16 unless extended, varied or while stocks last. †Offer is limited to standard items (normal operating conditions) as listed in IUA Warranty and Service Booklet for the first 3 years Scheduled Servicing (covering the first 6 Scheduled Services up to 36 months/60,000km – whichever occurs first) on 4x4 D-MAX & 4x4 MU-X models sold & delivered between 1/10/16 and 31/12/16 to private & ABN holders only. Excludes demonstrators. Offer does not cover any other Scheduled Service, Make-up Scheduled Service or any additional service items or requirements, which are at the owner’s expense. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers. Not available with any other offer, excluding free Isuzu UTE Genuine Accessories where offered. ‡$1,000 Isuzu UTE Genuine Accessories on all models (except 15.5MY LS-T models that receive $2,000 Isuzu UTE Genuine Accessories) sold & delivered between 1/10/16 and 31/12/16, unless varied or extended, to private & ABN holders only. Excludes demonstrators. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers. Not available with any other offer, excluding the first 3 years free Scheduled Servicing where offered.

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