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BY KIM WATERS A PORTARLINGTON foreshore road is so rough it makes drivers crash, according to police and residents. They have demanded urgent repairs to Beach Parade after attributing a series of car accidents to the road’s crumbling surface and numerous potholes. Portarlington Police Sergeant Dave O’Connor labelled Beach Parade “dangerous”. “The road is covered in potholes and it needs to be resealed from the pier along the park area,” Sgt O’Connor said. “It’s had potholes for years and (Bellarine Bayside Foreshore Committee of Management) throws a few stones in the potholes as a quick repair but it hasn’t helped.” Sgt O’Connor said the popular road was particularly dangerous late at night when hoons tried to show off while negotiating the rough surface. “We’ve intercepted quite a few hoon drivers really late at night. It’s a pretty bad road and it’s dangerous.” Resident Pamela Edwards said local motorists treated the potholes and a bump from a drain running under Beach Parade as “speed bumps”. “It’s so dangerous because hitting that drain at a medium speed would send a car flying and tourists just

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BY KIM WATERS ARMY officials have rejected claims a new rock wall on a secretive military base at Swan Island is altering tidal flows and ruining productive fishing grounds. A Defence Department spokesperson confirmed work had begun on a second wall 150 metres long and two metres high to sit behind an existing structure to prevent coastal erosion. “This work will not impact on tidal flow.” The spokesperson said the department commissioned a study on “coastal erosion and coastal behaviour” in conjunction with the wall work. But Queenscliff fisherman accused the Defence Department of keeping them and council in the dark on the “sneaky” project Queenscliff Fishing Charters and Scenic Tours operator Tim Diviano said the wall would hurt his business. “If you have your average person coming out to fish three times and two of those three times they don’t catch anything then it will be really bad for us,” Mr Diviano said. “It’s a popular spot for whiting fisherman and I’ve heard it’s become a problem for them. Any negative change like that will eventually affect us financially.” Mr Diviano rejected the department’s defence of the rock wall. “If you put any sort of large structure like that into the ocean then of course it will change the tides and the movement of fish.” Fishing writer and Geelong tackle store manager Brian Long backed Mr Diviano’s concerns. Mr Long said the rock wall would cause “different styles of eddies”, potentially driving the fish away permanently. “This time of year you have the least number of anglers down there and that’s the time they’ve chosen to do this,” he said. “We’re up in the air on what is happening.” Queenscliff Mayor Bob Merriman was “unaware” of the wall expansion. “It’s Commonwealth land and the Defence Department can do whatever they want there,” Cr Merriman said.

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Crims target square BY ANDREW MATHIESON NORLANE traders are fighting back to save their shopping strip. They hoped a meeting at Labuan Square this week would resolve problems from increasing criminal activities. The latest incident was another cash hold-up at a charity provider’s cafe last Saturday morning. Urban Bean was a part of Norlane Baptist church minister Brent Lyons Lee’s project to revitalise the square’s shaky image. Profits from the business are pumped back into the community to fund free meals for struggling families. Mr Lyons Lee said he would be forced to “review” operation procedures but would remain running “business as usual”. The Independent reported earlier this month that Mr Lyons Lee hoped his charity business could help turn around the fortunes of Labuan Square. “The robbery actually occurred outside operating hours, so no customers were at risk,” he said. Traders joined City of Greater Geelong officials and police to discuss options for re-designing the square to attract businesses back to Norlane. “The good thing about this meeting is that everything’s on the table,” he said. “We’ve got some advice from some other peak trading groups.” Mr Lyons Lee hoped Labuan Square could again rival Corio Shopping Centre. More than 20 retailers made it a bustling hub in the ’60s and ’70s. Now the same shopfronts are draped in roller doors to prevent break-ins and robberies. Mr Lyons Lee said stakeholders had expressed a “real sense of team” at Labuan Square. “I think it’s really exciting about what some of the reports are saying about investing in the regeneration of Corio and Norlane.

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United front forms to fight for struggling Moorabool BY JOHN VAN KLAVEREN THREE adjoining municipalities have banded together to try to save the Moorabool River. City of Greater Geelong joined Golden Plains and Moorabool shires in the combined effort to bring sustainable water flows back to Victoria’s “most-stressed river”. Councillors from the three municipalities have formed a coalition called Concerned Councils for the Moorabool River (CCMR). The coalition said it would follow up federal and state politicians to ensure they kept commitments to the health of the river. People for a Living Moorabool (PALM) spokesman Cameron Steele welcomed the coalition. “For the first time we have a government group looking at the river in its entirety,” Mr Steele said. Geelong councillor John Doull, who holds council’s environment and climate change portfolio, said the Moorabool was economically important to the region because it provided vital water for farms, vineyards and market gardens. “The Moorabool is also an important source for domestic water supplies and plays a major role in supporting a variety of social and recreational activities in the region.” Cr Doull said a CCMR draft action plan urged federal and state authorities to engage in “closer liaison” with local government and the community on the replenishment of the Moorabool. Cr Doull said each of the river’s qualities had been in decline to the point of extinction for a number of years due to water harvesting and lengthy drought. He said the flow on effects impacted on the Barwon River and internationally significant wetlands at Lake Connewarre. Cr Doull said authorities had failed

in brief Hunted here A POLICE manhunt for an alleged gunman on the loose reached Geelong this week before officers eventually swooped on Colac’s David Rowntree at Whittlesea, north of Melbourne. Police alleged Rowntree, 19, stole a car from Geelong before making his way back to Melbourne during his day and a half on the run following an armed robbery in the early hours of Monday morning.

Port millions TRADE through Geelong’s port will triple to be worth $220 million a year to the region’s economy by 2030, according to State Government. Roads and Ports Minister Tim Pallas released the prediction in conjunction with the opening of a $28 million, project to almost double the length of a wharf at Corio Quay to berth ships reaching 230 metres long.

Lanes promised MOTORISTS will enjoy four lanes of highway between Winchelsea and Colac if Labor Prime Minister Kevin Rudd loses the next federal election, opposition leader Tony Abbott has promised. Mr Abbott said the duplication of the highway would build on plans for the same work between Geelong and Colac to provide the region with a “major economic boost”.

Racing back Hope flows: People for a Living Moorabool’s George Belcher inspects the struggling river this week. Picture: Tommy Ritchie 49256 to meet commitments to the river in a 2006 Central Highlands sustainable water strategy. “This is at least in part attributable to the dry conditions experienced across the region in recent years,” he said. “However, it is evident that these conditions now appear to be easing, as earlier this year Central Highlands Water announced an easing of water restrictions in Ballarat, given increased water supplies and security

including the connection to the Goldfields super pipe,” Cr Doull said. “It is timely to remind all parties of existing responsibilities to the Moorabool River.” Mr Steele said PALM had been fighting for the river for four years. The coalition represented hope of saving the river, he said. “The river has suffered in the past by being split among the shires and electorates.

“The State Government has made commitments in the past of 6000 megalitres to come on stream when Geelong and Ballarat both had augmented water supplies. “With the Melbourne-Geelong interconnection, the Anglesea borefield and the Goldfields super pipe, that condition is being met. “It’s time to put the flow back into the Moorabool,” Mr Steele said.

HORSE races will return to Geelong’s synthetic track after a “longer than expected” trial of reconstruction work, according to Racing Victoria. Chief executive Rob Hines said racing would resume on Tuesday after a positive response from jockeys and trainers, with six meetings programmed before the end of the season on July 31.

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Food lights A “TRAFFIC light system” identifying foods by their healthiness has begun operating at Geelong Arena. Councillor Kylie Fisher said the healthiest foods were categorised as green, while yellow denoted “okay” and red was for “less-healthy choice”.

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“Already we have one-in-10 in Geelong have been unable to put food on the table in the past year because the household has run out of money,” she said. “The (cost of) basic essential services should allow people to be able to live. “We’ve had quite a cold snap over the past week and people have needed to use their gas or electricity to heat their homes. “These are not luxuries – they are basic costs and essential services for people.” VCOSS commissioned a study on the Geelong area last year, finding local households were under pressure from rising living costs. Ms Atkins said the study proved the

rising cost of living had become a “significant drain”. “Many families are spending 30 or more per cent of their income on housing, so that doesn’t leave very much for water and energy bills, any health costs or just meeting school fees,” she said. Ms Atkins said the squeeze on families was also increasing demand for counselling services while causing a spike in family violence and putting extra pressure on parents. Barwon Water managing director Michael Malouf said further increases were in the pipeline. The extra revenue would help the authority pay for a capital works program of more than $700 million,

including around $130 million to connect Geelong to Melbourne’s water supply next year. “All major capital works projects will result in a price increase,” Mr Malouf said. He could not say how much extra local consumers would pay after the connection to Melbourne was complete. Geelong users will pay more in line with additional costs in Melbourne for desalinated water. “The amount will be determined once the pipeline is completed and operational,” Mr Malouf said. Barwon Water hit customers with a 13.8 per cent increase last year, or about $100, to pay for fluoridation.

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Coast fears debt crisis repeat BY JOHN VAN KLAVEREN SURF Coast residents fear a repeat of their $14 million council debt crisis of 2002. Dissatisfaction with Surf Coast council’s performance has led to reconstitution of Speak Up for Spring Creek lobby group as part of an alliance of community organisations. Representatives of eight community groups met late last week to form the alliance. The groups claimed council was irresponsible for putting the community “back into a mess after suffering 18 per cent rate rises to get them out of the last mess.”

Bellbrae’s Rod Foord said all groups were unhappy with council’s “back-flip” on development at Spring Creek. Community objection to Spring Creek development attracted an “unprecedented number of objections in Victorian planning history”, he said. “Council promised not to make any decision until the Sustainable Futures Torquay Jan Juc 2040 planning debate took place but in recent months has been lobbying Planning Minister Justin Madden on (a) planning scheme amendment, including moving the

Torquay boundary to allow development at Spring Creek.” Mr Madden recently approved the amendment, paving the way for residential development beyond the western boundary. “We’re not opposed to growth as such – we’re opposed to the fact our elected representatives are not listening to us or explaining why they’re so hell-bent on growth,” Mr Foord said. “We also question council’s desperate push for growth because its debt is running close to 60 per cent of revenue base. It’s a matter of extreme concern if council is

driving growth to generate rate revenue to overcome debt.” In a recent media release council admitted its debt was at 57 per cent of rate revenue but said State Government’s prudential level for councils was 80 per cent. Former councillor Ron Humphrey said the recommended prudential rate was actually 60 per cent: “The Victorian Auditor General has established that debt levels above 60 per cent represent potential long-term concern about the ability to repay debt,” he said. Mr Humphrey said council had already outstripped a strategic

resource plan put in place in 2007 to specifically prevent another build-up of excessive debt. Speak up for Spring Creek’s Grant Forbes said the community was generally dissatisfied with council and State Government. “They made promises and have not kept them,” he said. “There’s more anti-council feeling now that when the Spring Creek rallies occurred.” Surfcoast Community and Ratepayers Association’s Spencer Leighton said his group was “outraged” at the “done deal” between council and the Government to

change the western boundary. Mr Leighton said the association was also worried about council’s growing debt, set to top $18 million. He wanted a “clear explanation” on how much council would spend and borrow for new offices as part of its $40 million civic precinct project. “We can see that rates will be rapidly increased to fund infrastructure borrowings. We don’t want a repeat of council’s debt problems of a few years ago.” Council refused to respond to the Independent’s request for comment.

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“We’ve been selling this product for the last three or four months but since the World Cup started it’s transformed sales. It’s like everybody wants to grab a World Cup memento.” Mr De Krester said Appaloosa had decided to direct retail the product in packs of two for $22 as a means of raising the company’s profile. “We’re dispatching 250 items a day because we’re the only ones retailing them in Australia. We had a hunch they could become a bit of a hit. “Volume is everything for this product right now.” Mr De Kretser said fans had now worked out how to extract a tune from the normally monotonous B-flat tone.

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Residents fighting $77m bypass link BY ANDREW MATHIESON HUNDREDS of Grovedale residents are protesting plans to extend Geelong’s bypass to Surf Coast Highway, according to their spokesperson. Margarita Kumnick said residents of Bickford, Riatta, Hansen and Burleigh streets opposed State Government’s plan to build the extension close to their homes, fearing their property prices would plummet. Ms Kumnick said occupants of more than 200 homes had signed a petition against the project. “This can destroy people’s lives,” she said.

“There are people selling their house because they can’t afford to keep it. They can’t find a comparable house in Grovedale, so they’re going to have to leave the suburb.” The Government announced $77 million for the Surf Coast Highway connection in last month’s state budget. Ms Kumnick said residents “fell across” maps of the bypass extension on a Geelong council website only after South Barwon MP Michael Crutchfield had announced the funding. Council’s on-line link estimated more than 16,000 cars would use the new extension

every day on top of 20,000 already using Torquay Road to Surf Coast Highway. “At first I showed people that map with the planned highway and some people couldn’t believe it,” Mrs Kumnick said. “Other people who had read the map were really concerned and signed (the petition) straight away. “Others didn’t believe it and said (the Government) wouldn’t do that.” Ms Kumnick said an Armstrong Creek planning committee, not Vicroads, was behind the proposed bypass extension. Residents had abandoned an initial option to sanction a 50-

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The next Ordinary Meeting of the Greater Geelong City Council will be held at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Little Malop Street, Geelong on Tuesday 13 July 2010 commencing at 7.00pm. Details of issues to be considered will be published on the City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au on Friday 9 July 2010.

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PUBLIC NOTICES COMMUNITY UPDATE Look out for the next edition of Community Update in your letterbox this weekend. Community Update is published every two months, and is the City of Greater Geelong’s community newsletter. This edition has a UCI Road World Championship Course Map and Information Liftout inside. If you would like more copies of this edition of community, call us on 5272 5272.

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Now come along and hear the final report prepared by the project consultants, Jenny Donovan and Max Walton (David Lock Associates).

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UPCOMING EVENT

BY ANDREW MATHIESON FOR loving siblings Chris and Nicole Jones, life’s fun again, just like when they little kids. “My bedroom is right across from his,” said Ms Jones, 31, looking across to her 35-yearold brother as he smiled broadly. “I’ve been known to throw my socks over to him for a bit of fun.” Both had been stuck for more than a decade in separate agedcare facilities, robbing them of their bond in the prime of their lives. Recognising the Geelong problem of young disabled people trapped in aged care, disability services provider Karingal committed to a purpose-built facility at Belmont to house five residents. Temporary accommodation nearby will host Mr and Ms Jones until the Amundsen Street

project is complete. Ms Jones said her parents were also rapt with the change of address. “They know they’re welcome and are happy to visit us much more often than when we were in aged care facilities with elderly residents,” she said. Ms Jones was thrilled to finally find a place offering services for young people with disabilities “I like this place – it feels like home. I have my own room, my own lap-top, I can shut the door and listen to my own music.” Mr Jones was happy to survey his new place with his trusty pet dog at his side. “Wherever I go, Dusty goes,” he said. Karingal general manager Robyn Bradshaw said the latest respite-care initiative was more than four years in the making. She said the lives of the Jones

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be living there,” she says. “I suppose it shouldn’t take too much to think about walking in their shoes and imagining how dreadful it would be for them to be living in residential aged care.”

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the road, Ms Ward said. The trial followed a report in the Independent last year revealing City of Greater Geelong was a national hot-spot for posties falling victim to careless drivers and dog attacks. The City had recorded 38 “serious incidents” in the previous year, prompting Australia Post to call for residents and motorists to consider the safety of posties. Ms Ward said the results of

Ex-coast musician wins APRA award FORMER Surf Coast musician Ash Grunwald has won one of the Australian music industry’s highest awards. Grunwald won APRA Music Awards’ Blues and Roots Work of the Year for his single Breakout. The award victory was the first time Grunwald has won an APRA title despite numerous previous nominations. He shared the award with Breakout co-writer Pip Norman. Grunwalled said he was thrilled to win the award. “It really means a lot to me,” he said. “It’s great to be recognised by your peers for your songwriting ability.” The former Torquay resident moved from the Surf Coast to Byron Bay, in northern New South Wales, six months ago. The win has provided welcome momentum as Grunwald tours Australia to promote his latest album, Hot Mama Vibes. Grunwald spent a night off touring to accept his APRA award.

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A GROUP of Burmese refugees are showing Geelong employees the meaning of a good work ethic, according to a multicultural services provider. Diversitat said it had run a survey of local businesses participating in an initiative encouraging employment of refugee staff, finding that refugees from Burma’s Karen community returned “exceptional” results. Boomaroo Nurseries human resources manager Calum Urquhart said his experience with the workers was “extremely pleasing”. “Based on our positive experience, we would recommend any employer give strong consideration to complementing their current workforce by assisting this group with employment opportunities,” Mr Urquhart said. “Their employment has definitely renewed our employees’ sense of teamwork.” Mr Urquhart said the new employees had “uplifted morale” with their hard working attitude. “The Karen employees settled in very quickly and were readily accepted into the workplace, engaging in meaningful conversations, providing input into group meetings and workplace safety,” he said. “Their attendance, attitude, work ethic and appreciation of being given an opportunity exceeds that of many of the workforce.” Mr Urquhart said the Karen employees’ commitment was a “positive example” for other workers. “They’re having their own personal challenges, such as integration, language restrictions, acceptance and a steep curve learning. The commitment shown by all has been commendable and proven this initiative to be very successful.” Diversitat revealed Colac timber products manufacturer CMTP had reported favourable results from employing two Afghan refugees as part of the initiative. CMTP spokesperson Travis Meade said his company initially took on the Afghanis to “fill a gap” in his workplace.

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The Lion king IT COULD be a scene played out behind the Vatican walls rather than in another dusty Australian hall. Wise old heads gather around, interview candidates, analyse credentials and, after four or five ballots elect their new leader. But this time the only white smoke to waft out – which would otherwise ceremoniously signal a new pope – is from the occasional puffs of a cigarette smoked by weary Lions clubs’ governors celebrating a job well done. The similarity to the process in the papal enclave causes the Lions’ latest national council chairman, Bob Gilchrist, to giggle uncontrollably. “It’s a bit like that,” he jokes, “but without the robes.” Bob’s record with Lions as a two-time Leopold club, secretary, treasurer, even district chairman representing a handful of zones and 68 small clubs in Victoria’s south west, makes for an impressive portfolio. Outpointing seven rival district governors from three states won him Bob the final nod for the national job. But, surprisingly, the service club organisation

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Local Legends ANDREW MATHIESON established in Australia in 1947 has never had a Geelong resident ascend to the top until this year. “I don’t know why,” Bob ponders. “I know three others here have gone for it but it’s a process of elimination.” Once in the job, the role as national council chairman is more akin to politicking. During the one-year term, the chairman presides over the national convention and meetings all over the country. At every public appearance Bob’s wife, Barbara, joins his side more often than would the partner of the most popular Prime Minister. Partners are an integral part of any Lions’ governor’s leadership chances. In fact, they even play their part in the election process. As a husband, Bob’s smart like a pollie, too, mentioning Barbara’s name in dispatches like a wellworn speech. “She’s there to keep me in line with the fans as well,” he says. Just like a campaign trail, Bob and Barbara hop into a car after lunch in Ballarat to head toward Heywood for the afternoon where, as chairman, he will swear in the club’s new board of directors. It’s all part of the job, Bob observes. Not that he wants a rest but, at 70, he probably deserves one. After arriving from Northern Ireland in 1959 Bob joined Australia’s original Apex club in Geelong. The club sponsored him to work at the city’s Ford factory in product development for the next 34 years under the former Bring out a Brit scheme. As a young man, he learned how to express himself with confidence in Apex through traditional public speaking competitions. “But I still have the nerves talking until I get into it,” Bob admits five decades on. “I’ve had to speak in front of 1200 (people), so I sort of have confidence speaking in front of large crowds.” However, Bob’s stage fright withers away when he dons a costume and his voice can reach a higher octave in song when indulging his love of amateur theatre. He has no fear in playing leading musical roles as Curly in Okalahoma, Billy Bigelow in Carousel, Ben Rumson in Paint Your Wagon and Colonel Buffalo Bill in Annie Get Your Gun. Bob has produced shows year after year and run workshops that have seen Guy Pearce, Barry Crocker and Tim McCallum walk through the theatre doors. Bob now restricts productions to retirement homes these days but still can’t crack the habit of putting on a good show for the audience. “I got involved with the theatre way back and have done a fair bit of singing,” Bob proudly boasts. “I enjoy working back stage and front of house at times but I enjoy the performing the most.”


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BUCKETS to someone who pinched my car’s side indicators while I was out for dinner with friends. I have decided never to return to the restaurant where we were dining. I hope the person gets what’s coming to them. Very Disgusted, Leopold BUCKETS to an uncaring man who bought my puppies, telling me they were for himself. What a lie! He also ripped me off and gave a dodgy phone number. He drove away with his radio so loud that my babies would have been terrified. Despicable, Lethbridge

BOUQUETS to nurse Wayne at McKellar Centre for his helpful manner when I enquired about a patient. It was most appreciated. Ex-Nurse, Portarlington BUCKETS to whoever is responsible for an entertainment venue’s advertisement in another newspaper. The ad is so small it is hard to read. A competitor’s ad is a lot bigger. My friends agree that the first venue’s ad must be smaller because it is cheaper. Hard To See, East Geelong BUCKETS to Go To The Highway (Buckets and Bouquets, June 18). If you don’t speed it won’t matter how often speed camera cars operate in your neighbourhood. By the sounds of it the operators have a good reason to set up in your area. Slow Down Stupid, Grovedale

BUCKETS to a neighbour in a quiet court for choosing to have our much-loved cat impounded. She is a friendly, well-caredfor and precious pet who did not deserve to be impounded. If there was an issue the neighbour should have seen us. Neighbours should look after each other. Disappointed, Highton

BUCKETS to a low-life who smashed into my parked car in Ghazeepore Road, Waun Ponds, during the afternoon of June 9. You did a lot of damage to my car. If you had left your details you would only have had to pay the excess on my insurance. Maria, Waurn Ponds

BOUQUETS to the kind person who returned my handbag after I left it on the 62 bus on June 15. Your honesty was much appreciated. CP, Whittington

BOUQUETS to Geelong RSL for a wonderful night. Our group of ladies enjoyed good food, service and entertainment by Soul Sister Swing. We will be back. Curves, East Geelong

BOUQUETS to all the people who helped my mum and I after an accident on Fisher Street, Torquay, at 6.15pm on June 15. It was scary and you were so nice. We are getting better every day and are thankful for air bags and seatbelts. Hugs to you all. Seven-Year-Old Jordan, Torquay

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I WAS disappointed by Glenda Arenson’s comment in last week’s Independent regarding concerns about Concerned Parents About Torquay-Surfcoast Schooling (CPATSS), that “we haven’t got any negative feedback” This is simply wrong. I have written twice to express my concerns. I am also not the only person to articulate concerns and “negative feedback”. I am further disappointed by the lack of response to my most recent email to the group on June 7, in which I posed a number of questions regarding the efficacy of the group’s campaign. The lack of response made me wonder whether my questions were just too difficult to answer or whether they revealed the lack of substance and educational basis for CPATSS’s campaign. The more research I undertake the greater my concern about CPATSS and its motivation. If it truly had the best interests of children at heart it would stop and listen to the views of the majority rather than continue its politically motivated, highly partial, damaging and noticeably fluid campaign. I note the current concern being pushed is congestion in Grossman’s Road - has CPATSS finally realised the lack of rigour in its case against the principle of P-12 schooling? Of course people are entitled to their opinions but if CPATSS wishes to have any credibility it should at least give the people of Torquay the truth. C Farmer Torquay

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STUART McCallum and Jacinta Stephenson (Letters, June 18) rely on ridicule to discredit anyone who dares disagree with their alarmist climate change views. Today it has become all too easy to attribute natural disasters to climate change. Many well-intended people have been swept along by this touchy-feely, do-gooder environmentalism. What must be kept in mind is that so-called experts who have committed Australia, England and the USA to take action on global warming are mostly economists. Contrary to what alarmists would have us believe, there is hardly scientific consensus on climate change. Twenty-five years ago many scientists were warning of an impending ice age - now they say the planet is warming! Who knows, in 10 years from now they may predict another ice age given solar cycle number 24 is upon us, which means less sunspot activity and cooler temperatures. The pursuit of scientific knowledge is a journey, not a destination. I, like many others, laymen and scientists alike, reject the thesis of global warming because of the science. If Mr McCallum and Ms Stephenson are so convinced they have got it right on climate change then I challenge them to debate me at a venue and date of their choosing. Those of us who reject the dodgy science of the IPCC do so because we have solid grounds and would welcome the opportunity to bring this to the attention of the public. Alan Barron Grovedale


letters Questionable survey GEELONG Regional Libraries is asking users in a survey to “tell us what you think is important”. The eight-page survey contains 180 items, mostly tick-a-box or circle-a-number, but almost nothing on books. I had thought books were the core business of the library, that most library users borrowed books and that many sought a quiet place in which to read their books. Naively, I had expected the library to take a real interest in books and to ask users for their views on the scope and quality of its collection, on writers, genres and subjects. Instead, the library merely asks whether books in general are useful or important and whether “this service” is satisfactory. Express your enthusiasm on a scale of one to three. Do not elaborate. With books thus dispatched, the library bestows comparable importance on sundry matters from computer clubs to council services and on personal matters such as the age, income and postcode of the respondent. Many survey respondents will dutifully tick their boxes without much thought for the scope of the questions or the possible interpretation of their answers. Not happy with the books? Well, books are just

one consideration among dozens and we can’t do everything. Many respondents will meekly accept they can not offer substantial comment on matters of their choosing. This is regrettable because the self-appointed social engineers of Little Malop Street will claim to have consulted stakeholders and will carry on “building communities” when they should be building libraries. Andrew Hackett South Geelong

Anger expanding SURFCOAST Community and Ratepayers Association is bewildered that, according to Planning Minister Justin Madden, the western boundary of Torquay is now one kilometre west of Duffields Road, meaning a large part of Spring Creek Valley is now available for housing. We thought this had been held in abeyance until Surf Coast Shire’s 2040 plan was finalised. Duffields Road should be the boundary to stop longitudinal sprawl on both sides of the Great Ocean Road, with its resultant traffic and beach access problems. This one-kilometre strip will create many problems apart from ruining the valley. Torquay’s expansion, if it must expand, should be

to the north where the land is more amenable to housing and where there would be fewer infrastructure problems. Does our council have any power? Did it not listen when thousands of people cried no to development of Spring Creek Valley earlier this year? We would like some answers. Spencer Leighton Surfcoast Community and Ratepayers Association

Ideas for Westfield WESTFIELD Geelong should have a good takeaway food outlet like a Hungry Jacks or a McDonald’s. It should also have a cinema, which would give people something to do while shopping and it would be a safe place for a cinema. If Westfield has the space or is thinking about building again soon, I hope it would consider a cinema. Brian Porter South Geelong

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BY ALEX DE VOS AT THE age of 62 most rock and roll artists would be thinking about hanging up their guitars for good. But veteran Australian musician Joe Camilleri is showing no signs of slowing down. Preparing to board a plane bound for Sydney, Camilleri told the Independent over the phone he would continue belting out tunes for as long as his aligning diaphragm allowed him. Now in his 46th year of performing, Camilleri still clocks up between 150 and 180 shows each year in between writing and recording. “If I can stay healthy I’ll keep playing,” he said. “I reckon it’s great – if you’re still writing songs and you believe you’re still in the game then no one can take that away from you, except for dementia. “We’re never off the road – we’re like those old, hairy work horses. “But that’s what we love to do.” Camilleri said he was working on a new album that he hoped would hit shelves sometime this year. “I’ve mixed 10 of the songs but I’ve probably got another 16 to do,” the legendary Melbourne

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Finally Friday THE CRITICALLY acclaimed production Lying Cheating Bastard combines James Galea’s three passions – magic, acting and music. “It’s also an interesting story,” the award-winning performer told the Independent. Part mystery, part coming of age and part magic show, Lying Cheating Bastard follows the life of Jimmy “the cricket” Galea – Australia’s most convincing conman. “I was learning from a guy who I thought was a magician but he was a conman and when I started telling people the story they thought it was really interesting,” Galea explained, “so we sat down and wrote the thing loosely based on his life.” The show features close-up projections of Galea’s card tricks live on stage with some audience participation and a piano solo thrown in for good measure. “I started out as an actor and magic was kind of my back-up plan – this is a way of combining all my skills,” he said. “What happens is the conman does all these things to try and cheat people out of

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Born and bred in Bondi, the 29-year-old said he was “loosely based here in Sydney and Los Angeles”. “Magic is big here but it’s really big over in the states,” he said. “I’ve also been doing some work for the Ellen DeGeneres Show, which is really interesting.” Galea plucked his maiden rabbit out of a hat at 14 and by 18 he had performed at James Packer’s first wedding and was starring in his own show at an isolated hot springs resort north of Tokyo. Despite more than a decade of creating illusions, Galea said the art of magic still surprised him. “It’s like asking an architect if he gets excited when he sees a building even though he knows how it’s built,” he explained. “I still appreciate a good piece of art when I see it. I still get excited – magic is my passion.” James Galea’s Lying Cheating Bastard finishes its run at Geelong Performing Arts Centre on Saturday night.

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Thursday 1 4:30 Shortland Street (PG) [s] 5:00 Something In The Air [s] 5:30 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Jeeves And Wooster (PG) [s] 1:30 Collectors [s] 2:00 The Bill (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 6:05 Grand Designs Revisited: Peckham 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The 7.30 Report [s] 8:00 Catalyst [s] – A specially conducted study into how many Australian men suffer from Couvade syndrome, or sympathetic pregnancy. 8:30 Miracles: Miracle In The Storm (PG) [s] 9:30 Addiction (M) [s] – A single camera follows the confronting journey of recovering addicts at a Melbourne rehab. 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 Lateline Business 11:30 Live From Abbey Road: Gossip / The Mars Volta/ Friendly Fires [s] 12:20 Movie: “Three Came Home” (M v) (ʼ50) Stars: Claudette Colbert, Patric Knowles 2:10 Movie: “Knight Without Armour” (PG) (ʼ37) [s] Stars: Marlene Dietrich 3:55 Can We Help? [s] 5:30 Seven Early News 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Good Boy!” (G) (ʼ03) Stars: Matthew Broderick 2:00 Backyard Science [s] 2:30 Go Go Stop 3:00 Time Trackers (PG) [s] 3:30 Raggs [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News at 4:30 [s] 5:00 M*A*S*H 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 The Vicar Of Dibley (PG s,l) [s] 8:45 How I Met Your Mother: Rabbit Or Duck (PG) [s] 9:15 How I Met Your Mother: Right Place Right Time (PG) [s] 9:45 Cougar Town: All The Wrong Reasons ( 10:15 True Beauty: The Secret (PG) 11:15 American Dad: Home Adrone (PG d) / Itʼs Good To Be The Queen (M) 12:15 The Matty Johns Show (PG) [s] 1:30 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s] 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Kerri-Anne *Live* (PG) [s] 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) [s] 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) [s] 3:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 3:30 Hi-5 [s] 4:00 Pyramid [s] 4:30 Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Two And A Half Men (PG s) [s] 7:30 Getaway: Getaway To The Movies (PG) [s] 8:30 Sea Patrol: Rumble In The Jungle (M) [s] – Hammersley is caught in a warzone while delivering aid to a remote foreign island. 9:30 Cold Case: The Runaway Bunny (M) – A private detectives body is found in a demolished buildingʼs cement foundation. 10:30 Wimbledon 2010: Womens Semi-Finals 4:00 F Troop: Our Brave In F Troop 4:30 Entertainment Tonight [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 TEN Early News [s] 7:00 Toasted TV [s] 8:00 Scope [s] 8:30 Puzzle Play [s] 9:00 TEN News [s] 10:00 The Circle (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil: Dating And Married To Distraction (PG) [s] 1:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Infomercial (PG) 4:00 Hueyʼs Cooking Adventures [s] 4:30 The Bold And The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons [s] 6:30 Neighbours [s] 7:00 The 7pm Project (PG) [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia: Week 11 (PG) 8:00 AFL Premiership Season 2010: Carlton v Brisbane Lions – Join expert commentators for all the action from Etihad Stadium. 11:00 TEN Late News / Sports Tonight [s] 11:45 The Late Show (PG) 12:30 Cops: Coast To Coast (M) 1:30 Infomercials (PG) 4:00 Religious Programs (PG) 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 The Food Loverʼs Guide To Australia 1:30 Supermom [s] 2:30 Liberal Rule: Cycles of Power (PG) 3:30 A Fighting Chance (PG) [s] 4:00 Feast Greece: Zagoria [s] 4:30 The Journal [s] 5:00 PBS Newshour [s] 6:00 Global Village 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 My Family Feast: The Argentineans [s] 8:00 Oz and James Drink to Britain [s] – Oz Clarke and James May travel to Wigan. 8:30 Supersizers Go... Restoration (PG) [s] – Restaurant critic Giles Coren and writer and performer Sue Perkins try the food of Restoration Britain in the 1660s. 9:30 World News Australia [s] 10:00 Blood, Sweat and Gears (M l) – Follows the journey of an American cycling team seeking to compete in its first Tour de France. 11:40 Never Say Die Matildas (M l) – Follows the Australian Women's Football Team during a rollercoaster year in which, against all odds. 12:40 Drama Movie: “Belleville Rendez-Vous” (PG) (ʼ03) (No dialogue) 2:10 Weatherwatch & Music

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Sunday 27 5:00 Rage (PG) 6:30 Childrenʼs Programs 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Inside Business (PG) 10:30 Offsiders [s] 11:05 Asia Pacific Focus [s] 11:30 Songs Of Praise [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia [s] 1:30 Message Stick [s] 2:00 Travel Oz [s] 2:30 Dogfight Over Guadalcanal (PG) 3:30 The Artful Codgers [s] 4:20 Stolen [s] – Thieves executed the largest art heist in modern history. 5:15 Composer Tunes: Beethoven [s] 5:30 Art Nation [s] 6:00 At The Movies [s] 6:30 Treks In A Wild World: Climbing Mount 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Doctor Who [s] 8:15 Doctor Who: Confidential Cutdown [s] 8:30 ABC News Up-Date [s] 8:35 Little Dorrit (PG) [s] 10:20 Compass: Michael Kirby [s] 11:20 Wagnerʼs Mastersinger, Hitlerʼs Siegfried: The Life & Times Of Max Lorenz 12:15 Order In The House 1:30 Movie: “The Human Factor” (M l,s) (ʼ79) Stars: Nicol Williamson 6:00 Childrenʼs Program 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 AFL Game Day (PG) [s] 11:00 Footy Flashbacks: The Noughtiesʼ Special 1:15 Special: Diana Her Last 10 Days In Pictures (PG) [s] 2:15 Sunday Afternoon Movie: “Bring It On: All Or Nothing” (PG s,l) (ʼ06) Stars: Hayden Panettiere 4:30 Program To Be Advised 5:30 Mercurioʼs Menu: Orange [s] – Paul visits Orange a land known for itʼs 170 different varieties of apples, berries, figs and stone fruit. 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Dancing With The Stars 9:30 Sunday Movie: “Death At A Funeral” (M) Stars: Matthew Macfadyen & Rupert Graves 10:50 Scrubs: My Catalyst (M) 11:30 Russell Brandʼs Ponderland: Sport (M l) – Russell comes to grips with the world of sport. Why was school sports day so humiliating? 12:00 The Mole - The Amazing Game (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping 3:00 NBC Meet The Press [s] 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today [s] 10:00 Wide World Of Sports *Live* 11:00 Sunday Footy Show *Live* 12:00 TAC Cup: Future Stars (PG) 1:00 Off The Bench (PG) 1:30 F Troop: For Whom the Bugle Tolls 2:30 Afternoon Classic Movie: “Harum Scarum” (G) (ʼ65) Stars: Elvis Presley. 4:30 Men In Trees: Taking the Lead (PG) 5:30 Postcards 6:00 National News Sunday [s] 6:30 Customs (PG) [s] – We go to the frontline for the raids, busts and arrests. 7:00 *Sneak Peek: RBT (PG) [s] 7:30 60 Minutes [s] 8:30 Underbelly: The Golden Mile: Alpha And Omega (M v,l) [s] – In the explosive final episode, Doc Kanaan plots to kill John Ibrahim and gain control of the Golden Mile. 9:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Long Ball (M v) [s] 10:30 One Day International Cricket: England v Australia *Live* – from Old Traffid. 3:30 Danoz Direct 4:00 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Religious Programs 7:00 Animalia 7:30 Totally Wild [s] 8:00 Meet The Press [s] 8:30 The Hit Rater.Com 9:00 The Benchwarmers Oz Made 10:00 Hit List TV (PG l,s,a) 12:00 Out Of The Blue (PG a) 1:00 Orangutan Diary (PG a) 1:30 IFish 2:30 Netball: ANZ Championship: First Semi Final - NSW Swifts v 2nd *Live* 4:30 Discover Downunder 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 5:30 Sports Tonight [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: The Italian Bob (PG) 6:30 Merlin: Sweet Dreams (PG) [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia: Week 11 (PG) [s] 8:30 The Good Wife: Boom (M a) [s] 9:30 House: The Choice (M a) [s] – House and the team try to help an ailing groom-to-be. 10:30 Formula One Grand Prix: Race 9: European Grand Prix 12:45 Sex & The City: Hop, Skip & A Week (MA15+l,s) 1:15 Video Hits Up Late (PG) 1:30 Infomercials (PG) 4:00 Religious Programs 6:30 The Contenders 7:00 2010 FIFA World Cup: Morning News 7:30 Worldwatch 11:00 Tales from a Suitcase 11:30 Here Comes the Neighbourhood 12:00 Try Revolution (PG) [s] 1:00 Cycling: 2010 Criterium Dauphine Libere – From Belgium. 2:00 Speedweek 4:00 Football Asia 4:30 Football Mundial 5:00 Road To The 2010 FIFA World Cup 5:30 2010 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day – Hosted by Paul Demsey. 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Sigrid Thornton (PG) [s] 8:30 The Last Voyage of the Gustloff (PG) [s] 9:30 High Altitude: Survival (PG) 10:00 Santo, Sam & Edʼs Cup Fever! (PG) [s] – Live every night, in South Africa 10:30 2010 FIFA World Cup Show [s] 11:30 2010 FIFA World Cup: Round of 16 *Liv 2:00 2010 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 4:00 2010 FIFA World Cup: 4th Round of 16 *Live* - From Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg.

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Monday 28 4:30 Shortland Street (PG) [s] 5:00 Something In The Air [s] 5:30 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 11:00 Landline [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 The Return Of Sherlock Holmes (M v) 1:30 The Cook And The Chef [s] 2:00 The Bill (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 6:00 Travel Oz: Gem Fest [s] 6:30 Talking Heads: Tony Gaze [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The 7.30 Report [s] 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:20 Media Watch [s] 9:35 Q&A *Live 10:35 Lateline [s] 11:10 Lateline Business [s] 11:35 Sin City Law: Within Reach: Part 2 (M a) [s] – The Vega / Baker trial proceeds. 12:30 Movie: “The Story Of GI Joe” (PG) (ʼ45) Stars: Freddie Steele & Burgess Meredith 2:20 Noise On Screen [s] 2:55 Talking Heads: Education [s] 3:25 Bowls: International Test: Australia v England: Highlights 6: Menʼs Singles 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Wild Hearts” (PG v) (ʼ06) Stars: Richard Thomas 2:00 Backyard Science [s] 2:30 Go Go Stop 3:00 Time Trackers (PG) [s] 3:30 Raggs [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News at 4:30 [s] 5:00 M* A*S*H 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Breaking The Magician's Code: Magicʼs Secrets Revealed (PG) –Tonight, the Masked Magician pulls back the curtain and exposes the secrets to surviving a razor sharp guillotine. 8:30 Desperate Housewives: Epiphany (M) [s] – The Fairview strangler has been living among the women of Wisteria Lane. 9:30 Hung: Strange Friends Or The Truth Is, Youʼre Sexy / The Pickle Jar (MA15+) [s] 11:00 Trauma: Tunnel Vision (M v) 12:00 The Mole - The Amazing Game (PG) 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s] 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Kerri-Anne *Live* (PG) [s] 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) [s] 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) [s] 3:00 ET [s] 3:30 Hi-5 [s] 4:00 Pyramid [s] 4:30 Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Two And A Half Men (PG s) [s] 7:30 Two And A Half Men: My Sonʼs Enormous Head (PG s,l) [s] 8:00 The Big Bang Theory: The Lunar Excitation (PG s) [s] 8:30 *Series Return: Rescue Special OP.S: Enemy Mine (M) [s] 9:30 CSI: Miami: Die By The Sword (M v) [s] – Nataliaʼs injury jeopardizes her and Ryan. Meanwhile, a strange investigation where a man is chopped in half baffles the CSIs. 10:30 Footy Classified 11:30 Wimbledon 2010: Day 7 *Live 4:00 F Troop: Carpetbagging, Anyone? 4:30 Entertainment Tonight [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 TEN Early News [s] 7:00 Toasted TV 8:00 Totally Wild [s] 8:30 Puzzle Play [s] 9:00 TEN News 10:00 The Circle (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: Dp Family Returns: Alexandra Confronts Chris (PG a) [s] 1:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show: Celebrities Go Back To Their First Jobs (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Infomercial (PG) 4:00 Hueyʼs Cooking Adventures [s] 4:30 The Bold And The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons [s] 6:30 Neighbours [s] 7:00 The 7pm Project (PG) [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia: Week 11 (PG) [s] 8:30 Good News Week (M) [s] – Tonightʼs guests include: Libby Trickett, Tom Gleeson, Colin Lane, Josh Pyke and Kav. 10:00 Outrageous Fortune (M l) [s] 11:00 TEN Late News / Sports Tonight [s] 11:45 The Late Show (PG) 12:30 Burn Notice: “Fight Or Flight (M) 1:30 Infomercials (PG) 6:30 The Contenders 7:00 2010 FIFA World Cup: Morning News 7:40 Worldwatch 3:30 Destination Australia: Bridge Between Two Worlds [s] 4:30 The Journal [s] 5:00 Rough Science: Photo [s] 5:30 2010 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Mythbusters: Vapour Trail (PG) [s] – Adam and Jamie test the cinema myth that a line of fuel ignites. 8:30 Man v Wild: African Savannah (PG) [s] – Bear Grylls travels to Kenya, one of the few places in the world where you become the hunted rather than the hunter. 9:30 World News Australia [s] 10:00 Santo, Sam & Edʼs Cup Fever! (PG) [s] 10:30 2010 FIFA World Cup Show [s] 11:30 2010 FIFA World Cup: 5th Round of 16 *Live* – From Durban Stadium, Durban. 2:00 2010 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 4:00 2010 FIFA World Cup: 6th Round of 16 *Live* – From Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg.

Tuesday 29 Wednesday 30 4:30 Shortland Street (PG) [s] 5:00 Something In The Air [s] 5:30 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 The Worldʼs Worst Disasters (PG) 1:30 The Einstein Factor [s] 2:00 The Bill (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 6:00 Three Men In A Boat: To Say Nothing Of the Dog [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The 7.30 Report [s] 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Rhys Jones [s] – Griff Rhys Jones discovers the city everyone loves, Paris. 9:30 QI: Green [s] 10:00 Artscape: Necessary Games [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 Lateline Business [s] 11:35 Four Corners [s] 12:20 Media Watch [s] 12:35 Chaserʼs War On Everything (PG) 1:05 Movie: “Expresso Bongo” (PG) (ʼ59) Stars: Laurence Harvey 2:55 Big Ideas [s] 3:55 Good Game (M v) [s] 5:30 Seven Early News 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 Backyard Science [s] 2:30 Go Go Stop 3:00 Time Trackers (PG) [s] 3:30 Raggs [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News at 4:30 [s] 5:00 M*A*S*H 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Minute To Win It (Australia) (PG) [s] – Sevenʼs massive new family-friendly game show has contestants competing in off-the-wall games for the chance to win one million dollars! Hosted by Darren McMullen. 8:30 Packed To The Rafters: The Blank Page / Saturday Night, Sunday Morning (PG) – Australiaʼs favourite family return in a special two hour new season premiere. 10:30 Alan Sugar: The Apprentice (M l) 11:50 Trade Wars (PG) 12:20 Popstars 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Kerri-Anne *Live* (PG) [s] 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) [s] 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) [s] 3:00 ET [s] 3:30 Hi-5 [s] 4:00 Pyramid [s] 4:30 News [s] 5:00 Antiques Roadshow 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Two And A Half Men (PG s) [s] 7:30 Top Gear (PG) [s] – Jeremy and James show off and compare their Rolls Royce Corniche and the dictator-chic Mercedes ʻGrosserʼ – ageing but massive luxury limos they bought for the price of a new Ford Mondeo. 9:00 Two And A Half Men: Best H.O. Monday Can Buy (M s) [s] – Alan tries to get away from Judith. Meanwhile, Charlie and Herb go out on the town. Stars: Charlie Sheen, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones. 9:30 Australian Families Of Crime: Blood Brothers - Murphys, Murdoch And Travers (M) 10:30 Wimbledon 2010: Womens Quarter Finals 4:00 F Troop: The Majority Of Wilton 4:30 Entertainment Tonight [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 TEN Early News [s] 7:00 Toasted TV 8:00 Totally Wild [s] 8:30 Puzzle Play [s] 9:00 TEN News [s] 10:00 The Circle (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: Surrogate Mom Faces Her Critics (PG) [s] 1:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show: Exclusive: Elizabeth Edwardsʼ First Interview (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Infomercial (PG) 4:00 Hueyʼs Cooking Adventures [s] 4:30 The Bold And The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons [s] 6:30 Neighbours [s] 7:00 The 7pm Project (PG) [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia: Week 11 (PG) 8:00 Modern Family: En Garde (PG) [s] 8:30 NCIS: Toxic (M) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Hunted (M v) [s] – The team are called in after a prisoner escapes during a routine transfer. 10:30 TEN Late News / Sports Tonight [s] 11:15 The Late Show (PG) 12:00 Law & Order: Lost Boys (M) [s] 1:00 Sex And The City (MA15+l,d) 1:30 Infomercials (PG) 6:30 The Contenders 7:00 2010 FIFA World Cup: Morning News 7:40 Worldwatch 3:30 Nerds FC [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 2010 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day – Hosted by Paul Demsey. 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Why Do We Talk? [s] – Where did language come from? 8:30 On Thin Ice (M l) – As training for their race to the South Pole continues, Ben Fogle, James Cracknell and Jonny Lee Miller run the London Marathon. But cracks are appearing as Olympic athlete James is unhappy with Benʼs race times. 9:30 World News Australia [s] 10:00 Santo, Sam & Edʼs Cup Fever! (PG) [s] 10:30 The 2010 FIFA World Cup Show [s] 11:30 2010 FIFA World Cup: 7th Round of 16 *Live* – From Loftus Versfeld Stadium, Tshwane / Pretoria. 2:00 2010 FIFA World Cup Match Replay 4:00 2010 FIFA World Cup: 8th Round of 16 *Live* – From Green Point Stadium, Cape Town.

4:30 Shortland Street (PG) [s] 5:00 Something In The Air [s] 5:30 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 Talking Heads [s] 2:00 The Bill (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 6:05 Cheese Slices [s] 6:30 Pohʼs Kitchen [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The 7.30 Report 8:00 The New Inventors [s] 8:30 Spicks & Specks (M s,l) 9:00 The Gruen Transfer (M l) [s] – Host Wil Anderson, Todd Sampson and Russell Howcroft lift the lid on the business of persuasion. 9:30 United States Of Tara: Trouble Junction (M l,a) [s] – Tara realises her alternate personalities are emerging again, but keeps it a secret. 10:00 At The Movies [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 Lateline Business [s] 11:30 Spooks (M v) [s] 12:25 Movie: “McLintock!” (PG) (ʼ63) Stars: John Wayne & Maureen OʼHara 2:30 Big Ideas [s] 3:25 National Press Club Address [s] 5:30 Seven Early News 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “The Sandlot: Heading Home” (PG) (ʼ06) Stars: Danny Nucci 2:00 Backyard Science [s] 2:30 Go Go Stop 3:00 Time Trackers (PG) [s] 3:30 Raggs [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News at 4:30 [s] 5:00 M*A*S*H 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home And Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Highway Patrol: Hot Wheels Special (PG) 8:30 Police Underfire: In The Line Of Duty: Police Under Fire: The Walsh Street Killings (M v) 9:30 Criminal Minds: 52 Pickup (M v,a) 10:30 Family Guy: Brian & Stewie (150th Episode Milestone Event) (M) 11:30 Most Shocking: Bedlam And Brawls 3 (M) 12:30 Sons & Daughters [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s] 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Kerri-Anne *Live* (PG) [s] 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen Degeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) [s] 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) [s] 3:00 ET [s] 3:30 Hi-5 [s] 4:00 Pyramid [s] 4:30 Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Antiques Roadshow – Viewers from all corners bring their items to be appraised by the showʼs antiques experts. Are they valuable, priceless items, or will the viewers leave disappointed? 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Two And A Half Men (PG s) [s] 7:30 Hey Hey Itʼs Saturday (PG) *Live* – Host Daryl Somers will bring together the gang once more and present all your favourite segments . 9:30 The Footy Show (M) [s] *Live* – Presented by Garry Lyon, James Brayshaw, Sam Newman, Billy Brownless and Shane Crawford. 11:15 Wimbledon 2010: Mens Quarter Finals 2:15 One Day International Cricket: England v Australia *Live* – from The Oval. 6:00 TEN Early News [s] 7:00 Toasted TV 8:00 Totally Wild [s] 8:30 Puzzle Play [s] 9:00 TEN News [s] 10:00 The Circle (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil: Backstabbing Friends (PG) [s] 1:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show: An Oprah Exclusive: Rielle Hunterʼs First Television Interview (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Infomercial (PG) 4:00 Hueyʼs Cooking Adventures [s] 4:30 The Bold And The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons [s] 6:30 Neighbours [s] 7:00 The 7pm Project (PG) [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia: Week 11 (PG) [s] 8:30 Lie To Me: The Whole Truth (M) [s] 9:30 Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Love Sick (M v,a) 10:30 TEN Late News / Sports Tonight [s] 11:15 The Late Show (PG) 12:00 The Shield: Petty Cash (M v,l) 1:00 Sex And The City (MA15+) 1:30 Infomercials (PG) 6:30 The Contenders 7:00 2010 FIFA World Cup: Morning News 7:40 Worldwatch 3:30 Here Comes The Neighbourhood [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 2010 FIFA World Cup Match Of The Day 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:35 Inspector Rex: Dangerous Hunt (PG) 8:30 James Mayʼs Big Ideas: Man-Machine [s] – In this episode James May, journalist and selfacknowledged geek, looks at whether robots can exceed the boundaries of their programming. 9:30 World News Australia [s] 10:00 Santo, Sam & Edʼs Cup Fever! (PG) [s] 10:30 The 2010 FIFA World Cup Show [s] – Hosted live daily from Cape Town by Les Murray and Craig Foster. Includes previews of upcoming matches. 11:30 Family Movie: “The Miracle of Bern” (PG) (ʼ03) – This touching family drama is set against the background of West Germany's unexpected World Cup victory which gave the country a great moral boost in the post-war years. (In German) 1:30 Weatherwatch Overnight

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Holy smoke – it’s Westfield A s another school term draws to a close, parents face the age-old challenge of how to entertain their children during the midyear holiday. Fortunately, Westfield Geelong’s jam-packed program of activities will guarantee a memorable school break to keep kids talking long after home-time. Westfield will help celebrate 75 years of DC Comics characters like Batman, Wonder Woman, The Joker and Star Sapphire during holidays. The Justice League – Hero’s save the world program runs 11am and 1pm daily in the shopping centre’s centre court where the legendary characters will lead the charge in an action-packed crime-fighting show sure to have even the naughtiest child sitting up straight in their seat. Then from July 5 to 9, Westfield’s Big W Mall will host an Electronic Gaming Zone. Operating from 11am to 2pm daily, the zone will give kids the chance to try the amazing latest electronic gadgets such as Wii, Playstation and Nintendo DS for free and compete in competitions to win fantastic prizes. Batman, the Dark Knight himself, will watch over the gamer extraordinariness and make himself available for photos with his young fans.

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Rock on during the holidays eelong’s The Rock Adventure Centre offers a safe but strenuous fun for children during school holidays. The indoor rock climbing facility is the ideal way for parents to ensure their children release all their pent-up energy in a controlled environment. Indoor climbing exercises every muscle in the body in an excellent, low-impact fitness regimen that’s also lots of fun and highly addictive. Parents can join in the fun without leaving the floor by holding their children’s safety ropes while they climb. The Rock is also an excellent option for grandparents looking

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owned heaters. John says most of the high-efficiency gas log fires and wood heaters are made and owned by Australian companies. Proudly owned and manufactured in western Victoria, Jindara Heating has had a long association with Classic going back 20 years. Jindara’s newest addition, the Barwon series of wood heaters, can heat up to a huge area of 320 square metres. Another addition to the range, the Derwent gas log fire, can heat up to 200sqm with a high efficien-

cy rating of 5.05 stars. Any one household requiring a heater to keep the family warm this winter should see the Classic team for the right advice and a large range of fireplaces from Australia and the world’s leading brands. Classic Fireplaces and Barbeques is at 99 West Fyans Street, Newtown. Opening hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 1pm Saturday. For more information phone 5222 1688 or visit www.classicfireplaces.com.au.

Homes turn to solar water warmth ome owners in Geelong have a new way to reduce energy consumption and power bills while doing their bit for the environment. Solahart, Australia’s leading manufacturer of solar water heaters, has appointed Climatic Air Conditioning as the new local dealer, servicing an area from the Bellarine Peninsula to Apollo Bay and Colac. With electric water heaters accounting for around 25 per cent of household energy consumption, switching to solar hot water is a great way to reduce household bills. Further savings of up to $1500 are available through federal and state rebates for eligible home owners replacing an electric system. Another $1000 is available in renewable energy certificates for a standard Solahart 300-litre system. “It was an easy decision to join up with Solahart, as right now is the perfect time to go solar,” Climatic Air Conditioning owner Damian McCormack says. “Along with the benefits of the rebates and incentives, switching to solar hot water reduces water heating energy consumption by up to 50 to 70 per cent depending on the system and the home’s location. “Replacing an electric water heater with a solar

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he worst component of the 1923 Buick Roadster is the brakes, according to Roy Cook. “They’re only rear wheel drum brakes that are external-grabbing. It circles the drum and just squeezes mechanically,” the St Leonards’ resident explained. “But you’re not doing any real speed. Top speed is around 30mp/h [60 km/h] and after that it wobbles and shakes a bit - they can be very tiring to drive. “The car’s got three forward and one reverse gear. The gears are so low I can go through first, second and third very quick. “If I go through the gears quickly it feels like synchromesh but if I let it rev out I’ll have to try matching the revs and double clutch to try getting it into gear.” Roy said he used unleaded fuel in the old car but occasionally put in an

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additive product. “The car has to be lubricated each time before it can be driven,” he said. “There are a couple of holes at the top of the rocker cover and I have to slide across a chute and it reveals a hole in the top of the rocker shaft. I introduce oil from the oil can onto a piece of soft felt that runs down the inside of the rocker shaft and that lets all the oil weep out onto the rockers. “It runs well as long as you keep plenty of oil in it. The excess oil just runs down the side of the motor and onto the ground but it doesn’t leak too much at all.” The motor is a three-litre, fourcylinder overhead valve. Roy said the car had quite a substantial gearbox, with a big floor shift. “The car has a multi-disc clutch with all these flat discs in it. They separate as the clutch is depressed. “When I first got the car going the clutch discs all stuck together and I couldn’t get them to separate. “I contacted the secretary of the Buick car club and he told me to spray them with kerosene. “I thought ‘Kero on clutches is not the usual thing’ but it worked well and they separate every time.

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New-look store for Land Rover, BMW specialist technicians unter Cuthill has unveiled its new-look store which features a renovated reception room and office space, expansive parts storage area and convenient off-street parking. Hunter Cuthill’s Adam Hunter says the store, which specialises in Land Rover and BMWs still offers customers a variety of mechanical services at affordable prices. Hunter Cuthill also offers breakdown services and is fully equipped to service the latest models of BMW and Land Rover for 30 per cent less than what a dealership would charge. Adam says the store uses a computer diagnostic tool called Autologic, which is capable of doing everything on the computers of Land Rover models including the latest Discovery 3, Freelander 2 and Range Rover Sport. Autologic can also be used for servicing the latest BMW 3, 5 and 7 Series to the latest standards. “It’s the absolute best software at dealer standards,” Adam says. “It’s an outstanding piece of machinery.” Adam says the tool can also be used to complete a power upgrade on diesel Land Rovers. “It plugs into the car and downloads a new fuel map, giving 30 per cent more power and better fuel economy,” he says. Hunter Cuthill uses Castrol Oils, as recommended by Land Rover and BMW. Technicians Gordon Cuthill and Adam opened the workshop in 2005 as an independent specialist in Land Rover and BMW. Hunter Cuthill combines Gordon’s 25 years working on Land Rover vehicles with Adam’s more than a decade of experience with BMWs. For more information visit Hunter Cuthill at 9 Autumn Street, Geelong West or phone 5229 4299.

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BY ERIC BLAIR azda MX-6 is a sporty coupe that was sold in Australia in two distinctly different models. When launched in October 1987 it was a hard-edged machine for the serious driver. Using a turbocharged fourcylinder engine of 2.2-litre capacity it had plenty straight-line performance. Though, as was the way with most turbocharged engines of the era, it had too much turbo lag. First there wasn’t enough power then there was too much. Which was great fun if the driver was properly trained and alert. If you know what you are doing and drive the hot turbo Mazda according to its needs it can be very exhilarating. Most modern cars don’t demand any real skill from the driver, so enthusiasts of these early Mazda MX-6s take pride at getting the best from them. The biggest problem was that the MX-6 uses front-wheel drive and the wheels can be overwhelmed at full turbo boost at low road speeds. The result is savage torque steer, with the car even moving substantially sideways at times. It is even worse on wet roads. Four-wheel steering became an option in February 1989. Not so much to tame the torque steer as to improve high-speed cornering. It also makes parking simpler. The 1991 MX-6 has a sleek appearance with a distinctly pronounced slope of the cabin at the rear. Headroom in the back seat suffers. Try it with the kids if you are thinking of using the car as a family coupe because not only is there restricted space over the seat, but also the glass can let in too much summer sun. Both the MX-6 models are sold with the choice between a five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmission. The automatic is the more common in the later models, the manual is the unit of choice in the sporting turbo. After a reasonable amount of success on the Australian market, the Mazda MX-6 was removed from the scene in September 1997. That was more a result of the severe rationalisation that was taking place in the financially troubled Mazda corporation, than because of any fault with the cars. But coupes were also falling out of favour at the time and other makers

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ASTINA, Mazda, 1990, automatic, $4,000 or best offer, UYR-431. 52754100 Norlane.

FORD, 2003, 1 tonne tray, white, auto, tint, GC. SLW733. $12,500ono. 0432 154 099.

FORD, Focus, 2003, 117,000kms, SMV-149. $10,250ono. 0431 857 088. Ocean Grove. FORD, Laser, 1988, 12 months reg as of 23/05/10, RWC, XBI-632. $2,000ono. 0437 756 696. Newtown.

FORD, AU, C2R sedan, auto, twin air bags, alloys, tinted windows, RWC, AC, ABS, EC, must sell. TGO606. $9,000 ono. 0433 991 920. BMW, 523i, 1998, auto, 2.3L, prestige, black, sunroof, leather interior. TYC-057. $16,900 . 0412 844 217.

BMW, 535, 1988, silver, auto, sun roof, leather interior, 163,000kms, GC, RWC, reg.10 months. XKP-610. $6,000. 0432 444 501.

CITROEN, C5, 2007. 18,456kms, as new, leather seats, 7 airbags, alloy wheels, xexon headlights, UVC-357. $29,999. 0408 593 715.

COMPASS, poptop, 1993, 16ft with annexe, 2 single beds and many extras, $14,500. 5275-2795 Corio. DAEWOO, Nubira, station wagon, auto, AC, power windows, window tint, reg, RWC, TQU-806, $4,500. 0450 794 291 Geelong West. DAIHATSU Charade, 1992, sedan, reg. till July, EXP-340. $900. 52511630. 0423 550 227. Drysdale. FALCON, XLS with canopy, gas, grey, EC, $23,450. 0457 Lara.

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FORD Festiva, 2000, white, 5 speed manual, AC, 138,000kms, RWC, TBK-790. $4,200. 0403 863 543. Corio. FORD Laser, 1987, 5 door, auto, very clean, drives well, RWC, no reg., engine number UK4RHJ511281. $1,700 ono. 0448 529 428. Geelong.

FORD, Falcon, BA-XT, 2003, sedan, dedicated gas, cruise control, auto, service history, RWC, 110,000 kms. SBO-116. $19,750. 0400 091 854.

FORD, Falcon, BA-XT, 2003, sedan, auto, CC, tinted windows, towbar, EC, RWC, 90,500kms, WBM-782. $12,500ono. 0412 727 248. Newcomb. FORD, Falcon, 2005, BAMKII, dual fuel (prins), VGC, auto, AC, CC, towbar, 114,000kms, white, TJE-467, $12,990. 5256-2791 or 0448 562 791 Ocean Grove. FORD, Falcon, 2000, gas, CC, PZU-935, $6,000 or best offer. 5275-4100, Norlane.

FORD, Falcon, 1998, Futura wagon, auto, AC, PS, cruise control, airbags, towbar, cargo barrier, tint, CD, alloy wheels, electric windows and mirrors, central locking, EC, RWC, PBP710, nothing to spend, $5,800 ono. 0417 899 914 Geelong.

FORD, Focus, manual, 2002, 5 door hatch, serviced, RWC, 92,000kms, RXR-688, $12,000 ono. 0408 396 241 Belmont.

HOLDEN, HZ ute, 1978, 253 V8, auto, reg, RWC, GC, UKQ-693, $4,600. 0407 814 565, Corio.

FORD, XH, ute, 1996, dual fuel, auto, bench seat, canopy, 6 months reg, 186,000kms, PJS114, as is $4,000 ono. 0409 865 164 Ocean Grove.

HOLDEN, Jackaroo, 1982. PVR-305. As is $800 ono. 0448 907 623.

HONDA, CRV Sport 2003, luxury model, leather seats, auto, immaculate, RWC, 81,000klms. WLT623. $18,999 5242-8785. East Geelong. HONDA, Legend, 2001, parts only, damaged front, WWY-145, $1,000 ono. 0421 884 216 Hamlyn Heights. HYUNDAI, Accent, 2004, hatch, auto, 13,000kms, EC, RWC, first to drive will buy, MS-228, $8,950. 0408 443 593 Marshall.

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FORD, XR6, 2006, first reg June 2007, 33,000kms, black leather trim, colour Seduce, heavy duty hitch, brake controller, EC, ONW-694, $22,990 ono. 0418 591 757 Grovedale.

HOLDEN, Commodore, VT, sedan, 2000, V6, auto, AC, PS, EC, RWC, QOE329. $7,900. 0409 175 344, Belmont.

HOLDEN, Commodore, 2005 Equipe, V6 auto, EC, 100,000kms, RWC, TJM536, $14,500 ono. 0408 508 654 St Leonards.

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KIA, 2002, EB, manual, hatch, 186,700km, RWC, very good mechanically, RSF-345, $4,800. 52593586 Portarlington.

KIA, Optima, 2005, V6, 34,000kms, 2.7L, full service, auto, cruise control, electric mirrors, windows, CD, leather seats, towbar, more, EC. TRH-009. $13,000. 52741272, 0412 765 257. LASER, 1991, 5 speed, manual, central locking, AC, stereo, mechanically VG, reg 7/10, SBK-650, $2,000ono. 0439 488 061 Newcomb. MAGNA, Verada, 1993, auto, AC, CC, alloys, electric, sports kit, needs new motor, FIY-213. $1,800. 0430 078 170.

HOLDEN, Rodeo, tray, 4x4, diesel, 2007, 115,000km, ARB bar, service books, as new, tool box, $18,900. UQN994. 0416 822 205 Ocean Grove.

HYUNDAI, Accent, 2003, under warranty, manual, 63,000kms. TZY-652. $8,000. 0438 093 588.

HYUNDAI, Accent, 2001, 3 door, auto, 137,000km, AC, reg 01/11, RWC, GC, QOT-860, $6,500. 52661833 Geelong. HOLDEN, Statesman, Caprice, 1994, V8, auto, leather interior, 17 inch rims, sports exhaust, 173,000kms, 6 months reg, SOU-100, $6,800. 0416 981 499 Belmont. HOLDEN, VY SS ute, 5.7L 6 speed manual, white, reg 05/09, RWC, SFG904, great car, EC. $22,500. 0417 358 357.

HYUNDAI, Excel, 1995, 5 door, auto, genuine 123,000kms, EC, RWC, 6 months reg, XRM-243. $5,000ono. 0422 254 545. Grovedale.

HYUNDAI, Elantra, sedan, mannual, 2001, AC, PS, CD, EC, REQ-451. $8,500 ono. 0407 502 767.

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HYUNDAI, Sonata, 1995, sedan, green, 193,000kms, no registration, slight damage. NHW400. $500. 0421 968 702. Lara.

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HYUNDAI, Lantra, SE, sedan, 5 speed manual, silver, 1.8L, 98,500kms, VGC, excellent fuel economy. OKW-887. $5,000 ono. 0417 303 681, 5242-8375.

MAZDA, 323, Protege, 2001, 1.8L, manual, 64,849km, ABS, AB, AC, power windows, alloys, spoiler, reg, VGC, QRV135, $8,990. 0421 983 488 Manifold Heights. MAZDA, 626, 1998, Hatch, cruise control, ABS, full documented servicing, 163,000kms, RWC, EC, PAV-455. $5,950. 0417 354 299. MERCEDES BENZ, 280SE, white, immaculate condition, mags, sun roof, AC, PS, pleasure to drive. CXA-784. $9,950. 53497433, 0418 497 434.

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MITSUBISHI, Pajero Exceed, 2001, dual fuel, navy, 7 seater, electric seat, etc. 260,000kms, RFE-346. $20,000. 0429 959 977. Port Arlington.

TOYOTA, Camry, beige, 1998, auto, central locking, tinted windows, towbar, near new tyres, low k’s, immaculate condition, lady owner, RWC, OOT-366, $9,750. 0405 037 298 East Geelong.

MITSUBISHI, Magna, V6, auto, 2002, one owner, mechanically sound, papers available, UMI867, $7,000 ono. 52456447 Grovedale.

MITSUBISHI LANCER, coupe, 1999, 5 speed manual, EC, body kit, sports exhaust, reg 12/10, RWC, near new tyres, 168,000kms, mechanically sound, nothing to spend, WVU-801. $4,650. Phone 5244-4806, Belmont. NISSAN, Pulsar Q, 1991, unreg, blown head gasket, GC for age, 193,000kms. ELC-988. $600. 0419 895 562, Ocean Grove.

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HOLDEN, Commodore, station wagon, VX Acclaim, CC, electrics, ideal family wagon, REK895. $10,500. 0417 539 732. Belmont. FORD, Focus, auto, 2004, 5 door hatch, serviced, RWC, reg.12 months, 50,000kms. TGB-824. $17,500 ono. 5275-5839.

HOLDEN, HR 1967, ute, new paint, tyres, shockers, exhaust and tarp, VGC inside and out, 6 cyl, manual, reg, RWC, JRM302. $13,500ono. 0407 814 565, Corio. May consider swap.

FORD, Probe, coupe, 1995, auto, VGC, RWC, 210K, reg 4/10. RYM-283, $6,750. 0415 941 179.

FORD, Telstra 1990, dual fuel, auto, 166,000km, RWC, A1 condition, very reliable and economical, RTV-064, $2,600 ono. 0404 634 632 Highton.

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HONDA, Accord, VTi, 1994, 2.2lt, 5sp, manual, 287,300kms, RWC, VGC, sedan, NFU-520, $7,000 ono. 0405 651 083, Bell Park.

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BARINA, City, black, 1992, 1.4lt, 5 speed, PS, AC, CD, 05/09 reg. RWC, 63,000kms. ROQ-549. $8,000. 0401 492 890.

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MERCEDES, Sprinter van, 413CDI, manual, 2005, long wheel base, 163,000km, TOI-845, $24,800 will trade cheaper vehicle. 0409 869 550 Lara.

PULSAR, 1991, 1.6L, damaged, auto, gas conversion, motor good, unregistered, eng no 16LF25378885, tow away, $1,500. 5250-3214 Leopold.

TOYOTA, Camry, ALtise, 2005, 2.4lt, auto, low kms, sedan, full service history, RWC, many extras, TJJ130. $23,600ono. 0419 612 583. TOYOTA, Camry, 1996, station wagon, auto, PS, CC, towbar, central locking, reg Nov 2010, VGC, RWC, UDH-300, $4,500. 5275-0752 Corio.

TOYOTA, Camry Altise, 2006, well cared for vehicle low Km 38,000. RWC, complete service history, XNR-460. $18,900. 0403 251 266, Highton.

TOYOTA, Corolla, CSI, 1998, AC, manual, 180,000kms, reg 12/09, WSN-525. $5,900 with RWC, $5,490 without. 0422 446 784. SAAB 1987, 900 GLE, 4 door hatch, manual, sunroof, PS, AC, GC, reliable. TZC-170. $2,200. 0434 929 435.

SAAB, 2006, 2 door convertible, 5 speed, auto, 4 cylinder turbo, 37,000km, RWC, 17’’ alloy wheels, air steer, electric windows, CC, remote entry, air bags, new condition, UKC-193, $32,900, 0425 726 027 Geelong. SUBARU, Fiori, van, 1990, 3 door, 2 seats, hatch, 5 speed, 77,600km, AC, EC, ideal commutor/ shopping car, EPG-295, $1,100 ono. 0401 050 287 Grovedale. SUBARU, Impreza, 2002, RS, 2.5L, sedan, silver AC, PS, 5 speed manual, brand new tyres, RWC, EC. Must sell. RNC-870. $15,000 ono. 0407 804 226.

SUBARU, Liberty, 2004, Luxury model, wagon, full electrics, AC, leather interior, 140,000kms, tinted windows, SRD-373. $20,900. 0411 720 092. SUBARU, MY99 GT Forester, manual, 6 months reg, PYJ-001, $11,000 ono. 0419 334 687 Grovedale. SUBARU, Outback, 2007, MYO8, 1,6000kms, manual, AC, electric sunroof, WGF-711. $39,425. 0438 221 021.

TOYOTA, Echo, 1999, 3 door, 5 speed, manual, silver, rego Dec 2010, RWC, AC, alarm, remote central locking, alloy wheels, RHN-154, $5,500. 0413 525 851 Grovedale.

TOYOTA, Lucida, seven seater, turbo diesel, 1993 model, 185km, GC, 6 months reg, RET-672, $7,800 ono. 0409 707 611 Corio. TOYOTA, Yaris, red, 3 door hatchback, 2007, low kms, EC, FSH, RWC, 9mths reg, WCA-980. $13,800ono. 0435 748 021. Leopold. TOYOTA, Yaris, 2007 series, auto, 1.3L, 5 door, 15,400kms, EC. $17,200neg. UJO-829. 0401 737 591. VOLKSWAGON, 1974 model, 114, new 1600 motor, RWC, GC, 25,010 kms, DRS-652. $5,100. 5272-3093 Bell Post Hill.

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AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES GENUINE FORD, BF, BA, XR car bra, and mirror covers, EC. $250 ono. 0404 178 948. HOLDEN, motor, 253, worked with auto, done only 6,000kms, eng no VR297796, $1,980. 0407 560 410 St Albans Park.

TOYOTA, Avalon, 2001, one owner, only 59,000km, full Toyota service history, 12 months reg, EC, RWC, QUB-096, $8,990. 0420 279 697 Geelong. MITSUBISHI, Triton, 4 x 2, single cab, 2008, turbo diesel, 69,000kms, gun metal grey, 20” rims, side steps nudge bar, as new, W0Z-789, $17,500ono. 0439 100 001, Wallington.

TOYOTA, Camry, auto, AC, PS, reg, RWC, EOO257, $2,900. 0450 794 291 Geelong West.

TOYOTA, Camry, sedan, 2001, 2.4 ltr, auto, 85,000kms, RWC, full service history, RJU-988, $10,000. 0412 695 584 Newcomb.

LANDROVER, Discovery, II, TD5, owner handbook $70. 5243-6424.

RIMS, Sunrasia, x 5, Goodyear, 5 stud Ford, 235/75, 80% rubber, VGC. $600. 5258-3516.


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YAMAHA, FZR-250, 1989, 24,000km, VGC, ideal learners, HF777, $2,400 ono. 0407 606 926 Leopold.

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DINGHY, 8ft 6in, brand new, fibreglass, large volume, from $580. 0412 437 157 Geelong. FIBREGLASS, boat, 40 horse Johnson, good runabout, can seat 4 people, bought from Albury, no salt water before, $1,950 ono. 0403 961 964 Geelong. SAVAGE, Osprey, OECB, 5.4, 2006, 115 mercury outboard, 26hrs, drive on/drive off trailer with brakes, trans door, rear lounge, canopy and sides, carpet, under floor tank, all guages and instruments, always garaged, as new, suit new buyer, includes all safey gear, boat and trailer, reg. until 2011. $30,000. 0418 519 078. 5257-1767. St Leonards. STACER, 399, proline, 30 HP Yamaha, E/S, PTT, live bait tank and well, minn kota, custom made, drive on/off trailer, sounder, lots of extras, reg no MC596, $15,900. 0407 560 410 St Albans Park.

CARAVANS AND TRAILERS ADVANCE, 11ft, electric brakes, light truck tyres, awning, full annexe, single beds, GC, $8,750. 52781767 or 0400 677 221 North Geelong.

BUSHTRACKER, 21’, 2003, Queen and bunk beds or couch, full stove, 190L fridge, 4 solar panels, ensuite, annexe, etc. $84,000. 0418 565 041. EVERNEW, poptop, 1996 model, 18ft, dual axle, large awning, 2 single beds, 12 volt/240 volt lights, dual gas bottles, wind up aerial and extras, very nice van, reg: F16019, $17,700. 0419 570 893 Teesdale. JAYCO Eagle campervan, 1992, full annexe, TV ariel, EC. $11,500. 0417 682 728, Highton.

CARAVANS AND TRAILERS ROADMASTER, rear door, poptop, 12ft, single beds, microwave, TV, antenna, side awning, rear annexe, GC, $10,000 ono. 5253-1678 or 0429 324 666 Clifton Springs. TRAILER, full tilt car trailer, 17’ fully enclosed with winch, EC. $6,800 ono. 0418 565 041.

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- from page 77 Roy was inspired by the many beautifully restored old cars that passed his front door in Bendigo on their way to the city’s famous swap meet. This fueled his ambition to restore and drive an old car of his own. Roy bought the old Buick in Bendigo as a pile of bits and pieces about 25 years ago. “I decided to buy the car because it was a Buick – I thought it would be better value than a Chev,” he said. “I was living in Bendigo at the time and I bought it from this bloke who had found it rusting in a paddock near St Arnaud. “This bloke had every intention of restoring it but all he did was pull it all to pieces and realised it was too hard, so he advertised it for sale. “I had a big shed in the backyard in Bendigo and I bought all the bits home in four trailer loads. “He should have left it the way he found it in the paddock - at least that way it would have made it easier for me to restore.” Fortunately, among the bits and pieces of the old Buick was a manual and a parts book. This helped Roy, who was a fitter and turner at the time, start the restoration. “But it still took me 15 years to restore it working on it at weekends and at night after work,” he admitted. “It was also about finding the time and the money. “I did about 60 per cent of the restoration and got a bodywork specialist in Chewton near Bendigo to do the body repairs. No one in Bendigo wanted to touch the panels - they preferred to do just modern stuff.” “I did all the mechanical work and the chassis restoration. It’s got a big, conventional chassis that goes right through from front to back.”

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REGAL, pop top, caravan, 15’ 6’’, new microwave, new tyres, new inner spring mattresses, electric brakes, awning, Hayman Reece sway bar system, annex, one year reg, $23,000. 5253-2747 Clifton Springs.

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1923 technology: Bonnet mounted temperature gauge and “soft-acting” drum brakes on the rear wheels only. The body frame was all softwood timber but Roy was advised to restore all the woodwork using hardwood. “I had to copy the framing for the doors. The doors had meranti softwood in them but it was recommended that I should use hardwood throughout. “This proved to be a major job just trying to get the angles right. The old cars were all built from a timber frame. “They were true craftsmen the old coachbuilders in those days. The biggest job was trying to get the angles right before I put the skin over them.” Roy soon discovered it was more difficult than it appeared. “When you are trying to do a door and it slopes and curves all different ways and angles, it’s very hard. “A lot of the woodwork was done for me by a bloke with a band saw. He cut it approximately but the timber work still took me hours and hours to finish to get it right.” To make the restoration even more complex, the two-seater

Buick had been cut down the back and converted into a utility at some stage in its life. “I had a pile of original timber shapes but I didn’t have the original back on it so we had to rebuild it from pictures and spec sheets,” Roy remembered. the mudguards and the hardwood timber running boards were rebuilt and new rubber added, while vents were cut in new panels. The Buick is a roadster version – a two-seater with a boot. The boot lid opens towards the front but in later models it was swapped so it opened to the rear and offered as an optional “dickie” seat. When Roy moved to St Leonards a few years ago he drove the car all the way from Bendigo. “The wife followed me all the way in her car at 60km/h and, although they’re not meant to be a long-distance car, the Buick made the trip well.” Roy is still a member of Buick Car Club of Australia.

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BRAEMAR, two gas wall heaters, GC, well maintained, good for parts, $200 ono, both. 5243-2494 Belmont.

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BRICK SAW, as new, B.T. Engineering. $1,750. 52552566, 0412 580 173, Ocean Grove.

DINING TABLE, extends to 2760cm, 8 chairs, matching buffet and corner unit, E/C. $2,500. Phone. 0409 065 000.

BED, QS, solid, wooden, with 2 matching units, orthapedic mattress included, EC, must sell. $550. 0423 192 784, 5241-9501, Marshall.

BRICKS, 250 red flat. Pick up only. $50 the lot. 0412 547 135. Geelong West. CAR CD RADIO, ultravox, used, detachable face. $40 ono. 0413 995 625. North Geelong.

DINING TABLE, Baltic, seats 6-8 with 6 chairs, round pine table, 6 chairs, mirror with gold edged frame, 73cms x 198cm, $1,250 the lot. 5278-7880 or 0407 814 438 North Geelong.

CHAINSAW, new in box, Baumr-AG-pro, 62 CC, 22 inch bar, great farm saw, warranty, retails for $895. Sell $275. 0449 594 226.

DOLLS OF THE WORLD, x 80, collector’s porcelain dolls, never unpackaged, original costumes. $500. 5941-1412.

AIR CONDITIONER, portable, Dimplex, barely used, EC, all parts and accessories . $400. 52561655. AQUARIUMS, with cabinets, 3ft x 2ft x 18”, 4ft x 2ft x 18”, EC. $440 the lot. 0430 222 260, Belmont. ASSORTED FURNITURE, Ottoman, buffet (required assembling), CD rack, entertainment unit, lamp table, dark brown solid hard wood, never been used except for entertainment unit, like new. $770 the lot. 0416 200 063. Norlane West. ASSORTED, sewing machine, washing machine, fridge, pressure cooker, esky, overbed table, blanket/ toy chest, ladders, books, $900 the lot. 5277-9260 Hamlyn Heights. ASSORTED, buffet hutch, new, 3 doors, glass and drawers. $400. Dresser, small, 2 doors, drawers, shelves. $50. Settee, 3 seater, white cane and coffee table. $100. Moving house sale. 5253-1858, Clifton Springs.

ASSORTED, 2 Mandama primary school t-shirts with logo. 2 Mandama primary school rugby tops. 1 pair of navy blue skorts, size 14 . 2 pairs, Purwell, new, size 8, black shoes. $49 the lot. Call 52443166. Grovedale.

BED, Queen size, wrought iron and solid timber ends, mattress included. $500. 5282-8820. BEDS, 2 single, grey tube style. GC. $50 both. 0412 939 927. Belmont.

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CHAIR, half round tapestry upholstered, VGC $200. 5267-2373. Geelong. BED, queen size pine bed with slats, $150. 0422 310 598 Grovedale. BEDROOM SUITE, Girls single bed, mattress, tallboy, bedside table, and shadow box, GC, stained timber. $400 the lot. 0416 286 867. Leopold.

BED, dbl, metal frame, Sealy mattress, 3 weeks young. $500 the lot. 52781541, Bell Park.

BOWLING BALL, with carry bag, size 2V26853. EC. $40. 0438 789 886. Grovedale.

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COMMERCIAL EXHAUST canopy, 152cm x 64cm, plus boxes of plastic food packaging containers. $1,300 the lot. 5224-1661.

COMMERCIAL benchtop display fridge, as new, EC, suit cafe/club. $1,200. 0408 574 549. COMPUTER DESK, laminate with neutral tones, VGC. $150. 52456562. COMPUTER, P4, 20g HD, 256 RAM, WIN XP. $130. Phone 0409 345 128. COUCH, 3 seater and 2 reclining chairs, floral design. GC. $49. 5282-2063. Lara. CURTAINS, one set, deep cream, 2900 x 244, tracks included. Near new. $450. 0408 758 988. CURTAINS, block out pencil pleat drapes with tracks, Ivory. 4950 x 2450, 3 years old. $400. 0409 501 194. DESK, with hutch, 3 deep drawers, pine. EC. $49.50. 5243-9347. Belmont.

DRESSER, Tasmanian Oak, bevilled glass doors, storage underneath, approx. 2m wide, excellent condition, $600. 52977030. DRESSING TABLE, large with 6 drawers, measures 1270 long, 660 high, 400 deep and mirror measures 1000 high and 945 wide. Mirror can be taken off. Needs recovering with wood grain contact or iron on veneer, or you can remove old and paint. FREE 0408 392 666. North Geelong. DRIFTWOOD BENCH SEAT, solid construction, very unique. $200 delivered. 0410 521 636. DVD, Michael Jackson “Moonwalker”, near new. $25. 5245-7470. Callers can leave a message. Highton. ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, Ledlight, pine, large, and 80cm Sharp TV, both EC. $650. 0408 301 327. ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, large, 2m x 1.2m, and Sony 68cm TV, EC. $350ono. 0417 312 288.

ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, L 1.9mt x W 360-480cm x H 1205cm, $150. 0422 310 598 Grovedale. ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, 3 piece, Baltic pine, 2 x (2m x 1m), 1 x corner (75cm x 75cm), $550. 0415 434 669 Herne Hill. ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, 122W x 127H x 44D. Timber. GC. $30. 52821918. Lara. FILING CABINETS, 4 drawer, showroom condition. $100. 0412 381 018. FILING CABINET, 4 drawer, steel, high quality, black, GC. $49.95. 52782980. Geelong North. FIREWOOD, dry redgum, 15kg bags $10, can deliver, min. 6 bags. 0407 814 565 or 0438 364 245. FITNESS, multicardio station, GC, $180. 5277-0512 or 0404 952 421. FLEXI TOOL MOTOR, complete. $400ono. 52419369, 0429 637 543. FOOTBALL TOKENS, 1 set, all teams and players. EC. $49. 0429 474 939. Grovedale.

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LINCOLN WELDAN, power 225, A.C/D.C, powered by water cooled 3 cylinder Kubota, A1 condition, $2,500. 52483551 East Geelong.

POT PLANT STANDS, 2 matching, wrought iron, three tiers, 780mm wide, 1080mm high. $40 for both. 0419 330 658. Ocean Grove.

Sales and service. Cheapest and best in town. Cool Cats Refrigeration. 18 Gordon Avenue, Geelong West. 5229-6246.

LOUNGE SETTING, indoor/outdoor, wicker charcoal setting, 4 piece, EC, inc covered high density foam. $300ono. 5241-7057. Grovedale.

QUAD BIKE, 110cc, needs work, motor EC. $50. 0432 346 169. Whittington.

FURNITURE, lounge suite, 3 seater, 2 arm chairs, dining table (extension), chairs, VGC, $300. 5243-9347 Belmont.

LOUNGE SUITE, Victorian Jacobean, 3 piece, genuine rattan, original upholstery, GC. $3,500. 0428 526 565.

FRIDGE / freezer, small in size. $49. 0407 801 168. Lara.

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FURNITURE, dining table, extends, 6 chairs, 3 piece fabric lounge suite, 3 piece wall unit, coffee table, side table, GC. $1,500ono the lot. Anglesea. 5263-2725. FURNITURE, buffet and hutch, tub chair x 2, couch x 2 seater, queen size bed, single bed, entertainment unit, portable air conditioner. $860 or ono. 5277-0512 or 0404 952 421. FUTON, 3 seater, folds down to quarter double bed. FREE. 5224-1380 or 0432 115 882 (after 2pm on Fridays and after midday on Saturdays) Breakwater. GARDEN HOSE, Nylex, ideal for Hobby farm, 100m long on mobile metal reel and stand with fitting, GC. $450. 0438 782 022. GEELONG, Football Club, 2007, Premiers Weg poster, personally signed by Weg and Norm Smith Medalist, Steve Johnson. The poster is framed with set of limited edition premiership cards and comes with a certificate of authenticity. $700 ono. 5241-1503.

LOUNGE SUITE, French Louis style, in very good condition, quality and sturdy frame with 2 armchairs. $1,000ono. 0431 317 854. Pick up Geelong. LOUNGE SUITE, European, scatter cushion style, 2.5 seater and 2 seater, solid wooden frame, must sell, GC. $350. 0423 192 784, 5241-9501, Marshall. LOUNGE SUITE, Art/Deco, bargain, as new, solid timber frame, fully sprung cushions, 2 footstolls and arm covers. $1,200ono. 0415 045 038. LOUNGE SUITE, 3 seater, 2 chairs, velvet, very comfortable, EC, like new. $450. 0425 829 088. LOUNGE SUITE, 3 seater, 2 chairs, velvet, very comfortable, EC, like new. $390. 5224-1661. LOUNGE SUITE, 3 seater and 2 recliners, brand new this year, blue suede. $1,850 ono. 0403 902 003. Grovedale.

GO CATS, brand new, 120L bar fridge, with hand painted cats picture, can email photo. Dont miss out. Bargain $570. 94355279.

LOUNGE SUITE, 3 piece and matching dining set, hard wood frame. EC, must sell. $600. 52210922, 0407 661 586. Highton.

GOLF BUGGIE, (Comet) complete with battery and charger, remote control, GC, $350. 5278-5948. Geelong.

LOUNGE SUITE, 2x2 seaters, beautifully finished in blue upholstery, plus 4 matching cushions, not used show only. paid $2000, sell $1000. 52672373. Geelong.

GOLF BUGGY, Parmaker Scout SE model, new dry cell battery, charger, 4th wheel, double handle. $600. 5257-2133, Indented Head. GOLF CLUBS, MacGregor, full set with covers, with metal woods, bag, $250. 5244-5791 Highton.

LOUNGE SUITE, 2 seater couch plus 2 single recliner chairs, floral pattern, GC, $250. 5248-3974 Whittington. LOUNGE SUITE, 1 X 3 seater, 1 x 2 seater, 2 recliner chairs, all as new, $1,200 ono. 0419 384 327.

GRAPHIC ARTS CAMERA, AGFA reprom, great for screen printing, prepress, $20. Phone 5255-2562.

MALVERN, Star, mountain bike, 21 gears, alloy wheels, very lttle use, EC, $150. 5253-2991.

GRILLING MACHINE/ SANDWICH PRESSER, non stick,variable temperature, control timer, shut-off option. New in box. Bargain. $40. 0433 479 973. Geelong.

MIRROR, framed, 34” wide, 24” deep. $50. 52751230. Corio.

HEATER, Noroi, electric, white, portable, wall convector heater, VGC. $250. 5256-1655. Ocean Grove. HEATER, Rinnai, with gas connections, GC. $250 ono. 5256-1655. Ocean Grove.

KITCHEN EXTENSION TABLE, L1.9mt x W1.0mt with 6 padded chairs, $150. 0422 310 598 Grovedale.

LEG MAGIC, brand new in box, $50. 5272-1474, 0408 131 967. LOUNGE CHAIR, Myer, fabric, aubergine colour, modern look, VGC. $40. 0414 674 227. Hamlyn heights.

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MOBILITY SCOOTER, Fisher and Paykel, 3 wheel, electric, recent service, new batteries, EC. $1,200. 0428 195 646. MOTOR SCOOTER, 50cc, TGB, low kms, plenty of warranty, reg., RWC, FU424. $1,750 ono. 52779677.

RECLINER, leather look, brown in colour, plus foot stool. VGC. $48. 52512771. Clifton Springs. RIDE ON MOWER, Toro, 13KW, 38’’ cut, commercial quality, $1,800 ono. 0407 606 926 Leopold. ROUTER TABLE, flat bed table, mounted router, 3.6 x 1.8M, steel table. $600. 0419 395 237. SAND, paving, 2 c/m, crushed rock 1 c/m, $75 the lot. Collect only. 0415 799 332. SAW BENCH, 3 in 1. $45. 0407 896 605. Herne Hill. SCHOOL UNIFORM, Norlane High School, complete winter and summer. Size 10. $150 the lot. 5278-3265. SET TOP BOX, TEAC, new, $49. Phone 52436314. Highton. SHOP, display, glass cabinets. $350. 0409 360 299. SNOW PANTS, unisex, childs size 12, with braces, as new. $30. 0449 327 585 (after 3pm). Belmont. SOLAR PANEL, 100w portable folding. Top quality including w/proof smart charge regulator. Still in carton with 2yr warranty. Rated 5.9amps. Only $729. 5259-1821. STOOLS, 3 round seat, pine, EC. $50 ono. 0438 882 570. Highton. STOVE, Chef, 4 x gas burners, benchtop, oven on lefthand side, consul fan forced, select-conventional, converted to LPG, new, still packaged. Paid $1,700, sell $700 cash. 5281-3377, 0417 109 120. STOVE, side by side, VGC, $120 ono. 52756346 or 0439 852 103 Corio. SURVEILLANCE Security System, Samsung Viewsonic, 4 camera digital recorder, 750gig harddrive, 17” flat screen ICD monitor, 2 dome (day/night) cameras , 2 full body Fujinon ultrawide cameras (day/night), all colour (all wall brackets and keypads), lots more, suit new buyer. $3,700ono. (ring for more details) 0427 946 589, 0427 679 671 or 5253-1905, Clifton Springs. TANK, suitable as aquarium or reptile enclosure on 700mm high cabinet, lots of extras, 1600mm x 400mm x 600mm. $1,000 ono. 5255-4445. TV, Panasonic, flatscreen, 68.8cm (27”), GC, excellent working order. $165. 52436966, Wandana Heights. TV, Sony Trinitron, 68cm, colour TV. $150. 0447 517 423. Lara.

ORGAN, Yamaha, electric, EL-7 model, EC, slight use. $2,700neg. Includes chair. 5343-5113, 0402 222 312.

WINDOW, double hung, 2500mm high x 900mm wide, VGC, Geelong West, $280. 5229-7522. WINDOW, wooden double hung, 1800mm wide x 1400mm high, VGC, $230 ono. 5257-2200 Queenscliff.

GARDENING COMPOST BIN, p l a s t i c , black. $20. 5229-2996 or 0448 541 499. Newtown. EDGING, Terracotta, 60 pieces, $40. 0439 852 103. Corio.

WOOD, 6 x louvre, 455 x 900 x 30m. $30. 0421 559 592. Newtown.

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IMPROVE LIFE! Using infrared, scalar energy and negative ions. Free DVD. Recorded info. 5234-4870. SE Pendant. $128.

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MUSIC DRUM, kit, black, GC, $480. 0414 486 892.

BASSINET/COT, on a stand, cream with ruffle edge, comes with mosquito net. $50 ono. 0403 104 070. Ocean Grove.

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COT, halo set, mattress, linen sets, bumper, quilt etc. $280. 0404 293 297. Bell Park.

Asian full body relaxation massage, 10am-midnight. Geelong, 0433 308 382.

COT, vintage 40’s wicker, drop side with mattress. VGC. $50. 9794-5602. Hoppers Crossing.

SWEDISH RELAXATION MASSAGE, Werribee, 10am-8pm. MondaySaturday. Cost $50p/h, shaving also available. 0425 805 090.

ROCKER, for baby, adjustable with toy bar and hood. EC. $20. 0429 885 429. Belmont.

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WEDDING DRESS, bridal white, size 12-14, 2 piece satin finish. $600 0410 450 004.

FISH TANK, 2.5x1x1.5, fully equipped includes, fish, substrate, live rocks, H800 filter, heater, test kit. $350. 0448 913 389. Belmont.

Call 1300 663 161 EASY CASH Catalogue distributors and collectors required. Earn $100 to $200 a week for 2 hours max. daily. No outlay. Call 1300 663 161.

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AGISTMENT, available for horses, Little River. 0400 356 104.

DEB/WEDDING DRESS, size 14, Duchess satin, off the shoulder, drop waist. paid $500, sell $350ono. 0424 249 463.

Required for catalogue distribution. Earn $300 to $500 cash weekly for 20 hours. Car and internet required.

WEDDING DRESS and shawl, EC, 10-12, dry cleaned. $500. 0422 284 788. Lara.

FISH, tank including accessories and fish, $50. 5277-0512 or 0404 952 421.

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WEDDING DRESS, 1416, ivory beaded and matching beaded veil, EC. Been drycleaned. $700. 0409 968 002.

FISH TANK, and accessories, 23cm x 40cm, 20 litre. EC. $35 the lot. 5244-4084. Belmont. FISH TANK, 6’ x 2’x 2’ fully equipped for tropical / fresh water, includes live fish and plants, fully enclosed cabinet, suit business or restaurant as a display. $5,000 ono. 0419 734 007.

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DRESSING TABLE, antique, Victoria Circa, 1880, 3 drawers, mahogany colour, EC. $1,500. 0408 785 489. LOUNGE SUITE, antique, 3 pieces, Jacobean rattan infill, original, GC, $250 ono. 5250-1677 Leopold. TEAPOT, silver plated, decorative style, EC. $25. 5241-9310. Belmont.

GARAGE SALES GROVEDALE, 8 Muscovy Drive, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th June, 8am 1pm. Moving house. OCEAN GROVE, 2/30 Alderbrook Drive, Saturday 26th June, 9am-2pm. Low prices for top quality items, going overseas so everything must go!

WANTED TO BUY $$$ ATTENTION $$$ Working or not, fridges, freezers, washers, dryers. Not too old. Cash Paid. 5229-6246.

WANTED FREE DISPOSAL of unused white goods, hot water services, scrap iron. Call Allan 0400 629 830.

HOME SERVICES

WALL HEATER, Vulcan, dual outlet, works very well, GC. $200 ono. 52553160, 0408 679 890.

CARPET CLEAN

WATCH, Swarovski, Swiss Quartz, analouge, Sapphire Crystal, stainless steel. New $1,400, will sell $500ono. 52210362.

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BABY GOODS

UTE TUB LID, solid, for Rodeo, 2004, VGC. $800. 0408 397 417.

PINBALL, machine, Gottlieb, mid 1990’s, feature, excellent working order and condition, collectable. $3,500. 0434 955 947.

HEALTH AND FITNESS

IMPROVE LIFE! TREES CUT and removed. Pension discount. 5278-2320, 0431 152 031.

OLD CARS REMOVED, $100 cash if complete. Call John 0430 446 730.

WASHING MACHINE, Simpson top loader, model 950, EC, pickup, no delivery. $150. 0407 510 147 Bell Post Hill.

Professional ladies’ and mens’ hairdressing. Call Chrissy 0417 825 336.

LAWN MOWER, as new. $350. 0434 831 012.

TV, Sony, 51cm, flat screen, plus set top box, EC, $250. 5251-1818 Clifton Springs.

PARTITION, folding, 4 panels, ornately carved, wooden, 7ft x 6ft, EC, $350. 5248-3421 St Albans Park.

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WHEEL CHAIR, electric glide, fully reclining stand up, black, GC. $1,100 ono. 0418 891 325.

MOBILE HAIRDRESSER

CURTAINS, 2 pairs with rods, lined, 1 matching pelmet. Will fit 195x228 windows. $40. 5250-3492. Leopold.

BRIDAL AND DEB WEAR

C755103-JL2-10

WEIGHT LIFTING BARS, Olympic commercial, new, $350 full set. 0408 299 286.

CURTAINS

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PINE PEDESTAL TABLE, 105cm and 4 colonial chairs, solid setting in VGC, $150 ono. Phone 0422 935 881 Geelong.

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FREEZER, Westinghouse, new, two year warranty, 210L, never used, $400. 0401 939 566. Whittington.

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er that as recently as 2004 we had just over 25,000 members, this increase has been an incredible achievement. “Our team has been outstanding over the past four years and the on-field success we have enjoyed has been a catalyst to encourage our supporters to join up. We have also seen our facilities improve dramatically with two redevelopments at Skilled Stadium over that period that has also allowed members to watch games in greater comfort.” Threlfall said the Cats had now set their target on further membership records. “We expect to see continued growth in

membership and our goal is to reach at least 46,000 by 2013,” he said. “There has never been a better time to be a member and we encourage all supporters that can sign up to do so.” Threlfall encouraged fans considering becoming members to sign off before the 2010 cut-off date next Wednesday. “There are still seats available to members for the remaining home-and-away games and (remember) that only members will have access to grand final seats by way of a ballot if we are fortunate to make it again,” he said.

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BFL Poor old Ocean Grove can’t take a trick. Just when it closes to within one game of the top five, the fixture throws it up against top-of-the-ladder Geelong Amateurs at Queen’s Park. Last week everything went right for the Grubbers when they beat Modewarre and fellow fifth-place aspirant Anglesea went down to Drysdale. Bernie Lynch, Greg Costello, Callum Jones and Travis Gavin provide a great example to the many young players in the Grubbers’ side.

Key player Jamie Dalton will be sorely missed but it’s likely that he will miss the rest of the year, so the rest of the side will have to lift. Playing Ammos on its own turf is a big ask for every team in the competition because Amateurs has proven stars all over the ground. Jason Tom is firing in the forward line and is second on the league goal-kicking ladder, while Anthony Fagan, Trevor Edwards and Blair Kelly are giving him plenty of opportunities. Barwon Heads proved a few weeks ago that Ammos can be beaten and the Grubbers will be looking to exploit the same weaknesses but the Amateur’s all-round strength should see it take the points. Other selections: ANGLESEA v Portarlington, DRYSDALE v Modewarre, Newcomb v TORQUAY, Barwon Heads v QUEENSCLIFF.

the second-placed Tigers. The Centurions have not been beaten this year and are two games and a healthy percentage clear of the rest. Travis Johns, Brad Bunworth, Anthony Kitchen, Nathan Lovell and Blake Pilkington are just a handful of stars that the coach David Leatch has in his line-up and he is utilising them perfectly. Big, strong and mobile are the key attributes of the sid, with many predicting a premiership and a champion’s flag at Galvin Park by the end of the year. Bannockburn is also having a good year for first year co-coaches Ron Pilgrim and Ross Dillon. Last week the Tigers had an unexpected loss to North Geelong and will be champing at the bit to prove that they too have a chance of taking this year’s flag. Aaron Eddy, Rohan Pidhaini, Duane Broom and Brad Furtulla will have to be in thick of the action if the Tigers are to have any chance because Werribee looks too good. Other selections: Corio v INVERLEIGH, EAST Werribee Centrals’ domination of Geelong and GEELONG v Geelong West, BELL POST HILL v District Football League comes under threat this Anakie, Belmont Lions v Winchelsea, Thomson v weekend when it travels to Bannockburn to take on NORTH GEELONG.

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Snapper anglers hit the traditional big time amid the chill of winter On the bite BRIAN LONG CONDITIONS in the past week returned mixed results in both salt and freshwater. Winter’s traditional big snapper catches have resumed, although most of the best results have been in the cold hours after dark. Jacob Knowles landed his bag limit catch from the inner-harbour twice during the week on pilchards while fishing close to Rippleside Jetty. Dan Fernley also had success, landing a quality snapper of 8.2kg on the Stingaree Bay spoilgrounds on Monday night along with another fish of 3kg. Boat anglers who worked between Cunningham Pier and the ruins of the Yarra Street Pier caught fish mostly between 900g and 3kg. This area has also produced salmon, some pushing 2kg, on bait and soft plastics. Steve Dmytrenko had success with soft plastics along the Geelong waterfront, taking small snapper, salmon and bream. Steve managed a nice snapper of around 2kg fishing on first light this week.

Cold front: John Uwland with a winter snapper from Corio Bay’s outer harbour.

Blue bag: Steve Reed with tuna from Port Fairy. Fisherman’s Pier produced a couple of quality snapper to bait anglers, the best nearly 3kg. This area will be worth fishing early this weekend for a few hours on the high tide running off despite the cold. St Helens rewarded a couple of hardy anglers with nice snapper. Pilchard and squid are are working here, with first light the most productive time. Paul Barnett fished the North Shore rocks where salmon were thick, taking his soft plastics as soon as the lure hit the water. Paul also caught a nice snapper of 1.2kg while using Gulp three-

inch minnows in the Mouldy Cheese colour. Peter Noble fished a few hundred metres off Bird Rock to find whiting on the boil. Peter landed his bag limit in just two hours, with all fish between 30cm and 33cm. Even anglers fishing the outerharbour found snapper. John Uwland landed a cracker of a fish off Clifton Springs close to the channel on pilchard early in the morning. Henry Hyland also boated a nice snapper of 4.5kg along with a few small fish while anchored up close to Point Wilson Spit. Squid are generally still in

good numbers all the way along the south shore, with ever more anglers walking the shore casting jigs over the shallow grass beds for top results, particularly between the Clifton Springs and Hermsley. Swan Bay again produced small gummy shark from the jetty after dark. Soft plastics anglers fishing the bay also caught silver trevally to 900g on worm-pattern lures. Queenscliff cut was the best area for trevally, particularly on Turtleback worms on a 3.5g jig heads. Two hours either side of high tide has been best, while bait anglers need to fish close to the

time of slack water with pilchard fillets and berley. Salmon have appeared in the Barwon River but well upstream. By all reports, the best numbers have been caught between Lake Connewarre and the break but a canoe or very small boat is required to access this area. Large surf again frustrated surf anglers in the past week, with sandy, discoloured water in close limiting caputres. When the water cleared salmon were in good numbers at all the major beaches, so anglers should keep an eye on this fishery in coming weeks.

In freshwater, the western district lakes have been clearly the best option. Lake Purrumbete produced fish for both bait and lure anglers. Trolling with Tassie Devils, especially in the gold wing colours, produced good results on both brown and rainbow trout. Mudeye fished close in to the weed beds was ideal, producing browns close to 3kg. Lake Bullen Merri was the best bet for land-based anglers using Powerbait fished on a running rig just close to shore. Trolling with Tassie Devils was also working well, with the rainbow trout close to 2kg at present. Tuna continued running anywhere from Apollo Bay to Portland, with Port Fairy a clear favorite. Fish to well over 10kg were again caught. This fishery should continue for another month or so if the conditions allow. Most fish are between 10kg and 30kg, which is ideal for most anglers to catch for the table. Steve Reed and mates Trent Leen and Travis Tournier have been typical of anglers fishing Port Fairy, loading up all the light spin rods on their last outing as they moved into 180m of water. A pass over the same grounds produced a similar result a short time later. Send reports and photos to info@raylongtackle.com.au or visit Brian at Ray Long’s Fishing World, 105 Shannon Avenue, Manifold Heights.

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‘Call of duty’ against Saints BY ANDREW MATHIESON SEEMINGLY in cruise mode for the first half of the year, Cats coach Mark Thompson has predicted Geelong will have to “go beyond the call of duty” in Friday night’s grand final re-match. To prove the Cats are serious, Thompson has floated the idea of bringing back champion full-back Matthew Scarlett to curb the influence of St Kilda pocket dynamo Stephen Milne. Scarlett, who has overcome a hamstring strain that kept him sidelined for three weeks, would hold a whopping 14cm height advantage over 178cm Milne. Geelong has won its past seven games after early-season shock losses to Fremantle and Carlton. But Thompson expected the second-placed Saints to provide the biggest threat yet this season. “I don’t think it really matters who you play out of the top teams,” he said. “If you don’t bring your top team to the ground ready to play, it’s going to be awfully difficult. “That’s just the state of play. It’s a fantastic competition, it’s really healthy but we’re going have to prepare well and be prepared to go beyond the call of duty to beat the Saints.” That would call on the defending AFL premier breaking St Kilda’s much-vaunted tackling pressure and zone defence, which led to a record 118 tackles in last year’s premiership decider. “Players from both teams will be gearing themselves up for the same type of performances, contests and (to) be prepared to sort of go that extra yard knowing that’s what’s needed to get them over the line,” Thompson said.

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Hawkins return risk DEJECTED Tom Hawkins could make a shock AFL return as early as next week. Doctors had diagnosed the young Cat forward with a serious hot spot injury earlier this month and coach Mark Thompson said they offered up to eight weeks to rest a sore foot. But Hawkins is showing little side affects after less than three sidelined. “Tom is coming on really well and we expect him to play the next week or the week after,” Thompson said. Geelong medicos were surprised Hawkins has returned to fitness so quickly, fearing he could be out for several months this year. Thompson told the Independent a fortnight ago that Hawkins “could play” immediately after the prognosis but at high risk of further injury. “They have just decided through all these specialists and

through Tom making a decision with his friends and family that he’s going to play in probably one to two weeks.” The club was prepared to take a conservative approach after former defender Matthew Egan’s unsuccessful battle to recover from a fractured navicular injury. Thompson said Hawkins’s decision was based on the “best available information”. “All we did was just lay out the cards on the table, the facts, and let him make the decision,” he said. “We don’t know if it’s a new injury or an old injury, if it’s been there for two weeks or ten week, we’re not really sure.” Injury-plagued ruckman Brad Ottens is also a chance to resume next week in the VFL. “He’s coming along really well, running on the ground and everything else, so we’re happy with his progress,” Thompson said.

The football world has been forced to wait 272 days for Geelong and St Kilda to clash at the MCG again. Thompson said the glory behind the grand final win would not rate a mention inside the dressing rooms. Thompson rated Josh Hunt a “good chance” to line-up on Milne but, with superstar Nick Riewoldt still recuperating from hamstring surgery, the Cats coach refused to mark a line through Scarlett’s name. It could be just a further challenge for the controversial Saint after a television report earlier this

week revealed threats from inside Victoria Police scrapped an investigation into rape claims against Milne and teammate Leigh Montagna in 2004. Thompson refused to be drawn into the latest accusations from a former police detective, instead pointing to his defenders to cover Milne on the field. “We probably play our defenders on where we want to play them rather than a match-up basis,” he said. “Scarlett will probably try and stay deep, Josh plays deep and if Milne’s deep, Josh or Scarlett will go on him.” 424749-TB25-10

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