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Lease to host geo drill Greenearth hoped to settle on the site by the end of next month, he said. The area for drilling was north of Aloca’s coal mine and east of Gherang. The project would pump water onto “hot rocks” underground to use the resultant steam for electricity generation. A group of nearby residents have objected to the proposal,

fearing damage to the environment, property values and rural lifestyle amenity. Mr King said Greenearth met about 100 residents late last month “to seek opinions” on the final drilling sites, which were a mix of public and private land included in the lease. The company had also been in negotiation with authorities, he said.

“We’ve talked in detail with the regulators, Department of Primary Industry and Parks Victoria and toured on site with them to discuss how to minimise environmental and visual concerns, so it’s certainly going to be a compromise.” Mr King said renewable energy was a “difficult and challenging exercise” but Greenearth remained committed to the project. “If we can make geothermal

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Our jobs ‘safe with CO2 tax’ BY ERIN PEARSON GEELONG will gain jobs rather than lose them under the Gillard Government’s carbon tax to be unveiled this weekend, according to the region’s federal Labor MPs. But a Liberal opponent said Richard Marles and Darren Cheeseman must be the “only two people” blind to the fact Geelong would lose jobs under the tax. The Gillard Government plans to unveil full details of the carbon dioxide package worked out with the Greens on Sunday before implementing the tax on July 1, 2012. Mr Marles and Mr Cheeseman warned Geelong would become “uncompetitive” unless it embraced the tax. Mr Marles, Member for Corio, said major Geelong employers such as Ford, Alcoa, Shell and Blue Circle would “fall behind” international markets and cut jobs

without the tax. “What we have at the moment is a very carbon-dependent economy, particularly in Geelong, and if we are to have a viable industry here then Geelong must reduce its dependency on carbon.” Mr Marles urged Australia to “grab the bull by the horns” for a green future. “The rest of the world is moving and we’ll become uncompetitive if we don’t change now. “The Government’s industry assistance package will provide the support needed to change and secure jobs. The carbon tax will create jobs for the future.” Liberal Senator Michael Ronaldson warned the tax would destroy industry in Geelong. “If this is the best excuse for a carbon tax that these two local MPs can come up with then they’re undeserving of their position as elected members,” Mr

Ronaldson said. “This tax will destroy industry in Geelong and with it jobs and the future of many local families. “The only two people who can’t see this are the very two who have the ability to stop it.” Geelong Mayor John Mitchell was concerned about job losses. He has been in America in the past week for activities including a meeting with Alcoa executives who expressed concern about the tax. “We wouldn’t like to see job losses because of the carbon tax. Alcoa, for instance, operates in a world market with 800 direct jobs and up to 2500 indirect jobs,” he said “Industry and its workers need to be looked after. A carbon tax needs to be introduced sensitively enough so carbon intensive cities have a chance to continue to operate normally.”

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Avalon set to be ‘hub for flying miner jobs’ BY JOHN VAN KLAVEREN A FLY-IN-FLY-OUT hub at Avalon Airport will allow Geelong workers to share in Western Australia’s mining boom, according to a company behind the facility. HWE Mining said the hub would provide jet flights straight to the company’s Pilbara operations as part of a recruitment push in the Geelong region. But Geelong Manufacturing Council warned the push could lead to shortterm skill losses for regional industry. HWE Mining’s Megan Crust said

the company selected Avalon after researching potential fly-in-fly-out hubs along the eastern seaboard. The mining giant planned to begin the Avalon flights in September. The largest mining contractor in Australia, HWE Mining is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leighton Contractors. Ms Crust said the Avalon hub would use an aircraft similar to HWE’s 100seat jet for Perth-based workers. The company already had employees flying from Victoria, she said. “We’re looking for a number of specialist roles in a competitive labour

market. “Given its background in manufacturing, we thought we could find the right people around Geelong.” Ms Crust said HWE was recruiting a variety of skills including mining engineers, heavy machinery operators, health and safety professionals. Avalon chief Justin Giddings said the airport would have to make changes to its terminal building to accommodate HWE Mining. “Geelong people will benefit from the higher salaries and establishing a hub here will actually bring families to Geelong to live while retaining access to the mine. Families will see that as a

better alternative to living in a highcost city like Perth.” Geelong Manufacturing Council executive officer David Peart said manufacturers closely watching the hub plan. “Geelong has a tight skills market already and this could mean a shortterm loss of skills to the region.” Geelong Chamber of Commerce executive officer Bernadette Uzelac said the city’s training organisations and suppliers could also benefit. “It’s like attracting an entire new industry without any of the physical infrastructure associated with it.”

$10,000 Icon for Geelong competition ready to open ENTRIES for a competition to design an international icon for Geelong open next month, organisers have announced. Senia Lawyers, Deakin University and the Independent joined forces this week to officially launch the Icon for Geelong competition, opening on August 15. Senia Lawyers will give a $10,000 prize for the winning entry. The deadline for submissions will close on January 28, with the winner announced on March 11. The competition will seek an inspiring landmark with an emphasis on artistic merit to promote Geelong throughout the world. Senia Lawyers’ Andrew Senia urged prospective entrants to put on their thinking caps. “The competition opens in five weeks and closes five months later, so the challenge is on to design Geelong a landmark of beauty and renown,” he said. “Icon for Geelong is open to everyone. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an architect, a student or a tradie, you might just have the right idea to put this beautiful city on the international map into the future.” The Independent will run

in brief Dive closed A LOOSE helicopter hangar has forced authorities to close an HMAS Canberra drive site off Ocean Grove, according to Parks Victoria. Marine operations manager Vin Wright said the hangar movement had left sharp edges and obstructed access points, with investigations yet to determine when the scuttled ship would reopen to divers.

Brawler vans ADDITIONAL brawler vans will travel to Geelong for major events, State Government announced yesterday. The Government said the vans would be available to the city as part of a program to spread additional vehicles to trouble hotspots around the state.

Coastal impact FEDERAL Government has announced $145,000 to help the region’s coastal caravan parks “prepare for the effects of climate change”. Climate Change Minister Greg Combet said the money would fund a project to determine the impacts of rising sea levels on the caravan parks and the “social implications (for) some of our most-vulnerable communities”.

Umpires disabled A PANEL of umpires with disabilities will officiate a football match between East Geelong and Inverleigh on Saturday, according to community services provider Encompass. A spokesperson said the third annual Encompass Cup at East Geelong’s Richmond Crescent Reserve would celebrate the contributions of people with disabilities to local football.

Excellent invention AN AWARD-winning Geelong invention for cars could save Australia billions of litres of fuel and millions of tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, according to Victorian Manufacturing, Exports and Trade Minister Richard Dalla-Riva. He praised Deakin University’s Frank Will for his waste heat recovery system after it won a Gold Award at a 14th Society of Automotive Engineers Australia annual awards for excellence.

Indigenous cash UP TO 30 disadvantaged indigenous youths in Geelong will have job and training opportunities under a new Gillard Government program, according to federal minister Mark Arbib. The program would provide $220,000 to the city to help aboriginal youths “at risk of having contact with the youth justice system”, he said.

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Start thinking: Tony Galpin, Deakin’s Hisham Elkadi and Andrew Senia launch the Icon for Geelong competition. Picture: Tommy Ritchie 66982 regular competition updates, including stories on entries and public reaction. Managing editor Tony Galpin said the competition would be exciting for Geelong. “This is all about dipping

into our well of creative talent to promote Geelong. We can all get behind Icon for Geelong as a community initiative to help give the city the profile it deserves.” The Independent’s August 12 edition will provide email

and postal addresses for lodging entries. The head of Deakin University’s school of architecture and building, Professor Hisham Elkadi has produced a design brief for entries.

GEELONG’S council has adopted a planning scheme amendment for a new shopping centre and community facilities at Drysdale. Cr Rod Macdonald said the Jetty Road Neighbourhood Activity Centre would help meet demand in the “expanding community”.

The brief provides proposed icon sites and parameters but Prof Elkadi said entrants were free to “use their imaginations”. The design brief is available at www.deakin.edu.au/ scitech/ab.

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Court ‘ups ante’ over island war protesters joined others in a blockade at the front of Queenscliff’s Swan Island military base. Sen Const Davis said police physically removed the men three times before arresting them. Thirty-eight-year-old Belgrave resident Heller, a bushland management contractor with four similar prior convictions, told the court he was “campaigning for a more-peaceful world”. Ellis, 26, a teacher from Warragul, said he was “appalled” the war in Afghanistan had continued so long.

Magistrate Ron Saines convicted and fined Heller $400 and fined Ellis $400 without conviction. “The court acknowledges that both of you are entitled to your opinions,” Mr Saines said. “Each of you is entitled to participate in civil disobedience. “You are here in court today because of hindering Victoria Police.” Outside court fellow protestors labelled the sentencing “a bit harsh”. One protestor, who did not want to be identified, said the court had “clear-

ly upped the ante” after four other protestors were discharged without penalty earlier in the week. Ellis said this week’s court decisions would fail to deter the group from continuing its week-long morning blockades of the military base. “We understand there are consequences to being involved in this kind of action but today’s result reinforces the importance of being involved. “The SAS activities at Swan Island need to be publicised – at the moment it’s like a hidden secret.

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Busy bees: John Edmonds tends a hive. Picture: Tommy Ritchie “They chucked us out of our sites and now they’re talking about putting tourism developments in there,” Mr Edmonds said. “I used to have 10 winter sites at Anglesea in the Otways National Park but beekeepers will be limited to five sites to bid for.” Agriculture and Food Security Minister Peter Walsh said State Government would reinstate bee site licences on public land.

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Please note that the 2011/2012 Grant Round will be fully delivered online. All applications must be entered electronically at www.geelongaustralia.com.au

GEELONG MAJOR EVENTS MEETING The next meeting of Geelong Major Events will be held on Monday 18 July 2011 at 4.00pm at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Little Malop Street, Geelong. This meeting is open to the public.

CENTRAL GEELONG MARKETING COMMITTEE MEETING The next meeting of the Central Geelong Marketing Committee will be held on Tuesday 19 July 2011 at 7.30am at the Central Geelong Marketing Office, 17 Gheringhap Street, Geelong. This meeting is open to the public.

RECYCLING AND RUBBISH HELP US LEAD THE WAY IN RECYCLING Have you ever thought about what happens to a plastic drink bottle after you throw it in your garbage bin? It ends up getting buried as landfill and will remain there forever. Plastics do not break down in landfill. Imagine if you throw away three plastic bottles a week. If every household in Greater Geelong did the same, that’s a whopping 300,000 plastic bottles being buried every week. In one year we would have to bury 15.6 million plastic bottles! Please put them in the recycling bin. WHAT PLASTICS CAN BE RECYCLED? Put simply, hard plastics such as ice cream tubs, detergent containers and drink bottles can be recycled so should be thrown in your yellow lid bin. Soft plastics, such as plastic bags and cling wrap can NOT be recycled and need to go in your red lid bin. If you're collecting recylables in plastic bags, please make sure these don't get thrown in the recycling bin too. Polystyrene foam is not recyclable and goes in the red lid bin. RECYCLE YOUR ANALOGUE TV FOR $5 - OFFER EXTENDED FOR JULY During June, more than 1,200 people took advantage of the $5 offer to recycle their old TVs. The offer has now been extended for the month of July. The offer is available at Drysdale Resource Recovery Centre (Becks Road) or North Geelong Resource Recovery Centre (Douro Street). The charge goes towards the cost to recycle materials. TVs are 98 per cent recyclable. Local company GDP Industries employs people with disabilities to dismantle the TVs at its North Geelong plant. The parts are then sent off for recycling. NEW STATE GOVERNMENT LANDFILL TAX CAUSES TIP FEES TO INCREASE The State Government has increased its landfill from $30 per tonne to $44 per tonne as part of its ongoing campaign to reduce waste going to landfill. The City has absorbed as much of the cost increase as possible however the new tax means tip fees will have increased. For example: • Car boot load is now $14.50 (previously $12.50) • Utes, vans, single axle trailers (waterline) is now $31.50 (previously $27.50) The full price list is at www.geelongaustralia.com.au For information on the landfill levy increase go to www.epa.vic.gov.au/wate/landfill_levies.asp

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The 2011-2012 round of the Community Arts and Festivals Grants Program is now open for applications. This suite of grants supports arts and cultural projects and events initiated and managed by not-for-profit, incorporated organisations. Available grants in this program include:

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO GRANT A LEASE The City of Greater Geelong hereby gives notice under Section 190 of the Local Government Act 1989 (“the Act”) of its intention to grant a Lease to Ramia Restaurants Pty Ltd and G & J Enterprises (Aust) Pty Ltd for the Alfresco dining area at 1A Yarra Street, Geelong VIC 3220 on the following terms and conditions:

The 2011 Scarf of the Year was awarded to Barbara Rogers of Sydney for her red and cream silk scarf with hand stitching. Featuring an eclectic exhibition of 200 original handcrafted scarves entered by individuals from around the country, Scarf Festival 2011 is on now and running until Sunday 21 August. Entries have been created to reflect this year’s theme: the ‘rhythm of life’, with entrants ranging from primary school students to some of the country’s most accomplished artisans. All scarves entered are displayed in this unique exhibition and most are available for purchase - but don’t delay as the best ones get snapped up quickly! The National Wool Museum and Craft Victoria are pleased to advise that Barbara Rogers of Paddington in Sydney has been awarded the overall 2011 Scarf of the Year Award, as announced at the recent launch of the annual Scarf Festival. Congratulations to all 11 Category Winners and those awarded Highly Commended in each category. Full details and images can be viewed on our website at www.nwm.vic.gov.au or by visiting the exhibition. CRAFT DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM

• the term of the lease shall be for 16 years 10 months and 21 days, • other terms and conditions contained in the lease document. Written submissions about the proposed lease will be considered in accordance with Section 223 of the Act and must be received by the Corporate Strategy and Property Management unit, City of Greater Geelong, PO Box 104, Geelong, VIC. 3220, within 14 days of this notice. Any person requesting to be heard in support of their written submission is entitled to appear in person or by a person acting on their behalf before a committee of Council, the day, time and place of which will be advised.

The annual Scarf Festival includes a program of craft demonstrations, running from 10.00am to 3.00pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays each week. Demonstrations are included in the Museum entry price and bookings are not required. WEDNESDAYS - TRAUMA TEDDIES

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See the dedicated group from Australian Red Cross as they demonstrate how to knit and sew their much loved Trauma Teddies for children in hospital. THURSDAYS - KNITTED TEA COSIES, FELTING DEMONSTRATIONS AND WEAVING WITH JEAN

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See the eclectic range of original tea pot cosies provided by Lynette Carter and the Thursday Girls. Also on Thursdays are Felting Demonstrations and Museum volunteer and Scarf Festival entrant Jean Inglis will be demonstrating her skills at the Weaving Loom.

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You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at: • Ocean Grove Customer Service Centre - The Grove Centre 66-70 The Avenue - Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm • Myers Street Customer Service Centre - 131 Myers Street, Geelong 8.00am to 5.00pm weekdays • www.geelongaustralia.com.au/residents /planning/advertising.aspx The application can be viewed during office hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority, City of Greater Geelong, PO Box 104, Geelong 3220. If after viewing the file you wish to discuss the application further please contact the Statutory Planning department on 5272 4456 An objection must: • be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing. • include the reasons for the objection. • state how the objector would be affected. The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before: 30 July 2011 If you object, the Responsible Authority will advise you of its decision. Please be aware that copies of objections/submissions received may be made available to any person for the purpose of consideration as part of the planning process in accordance with the Planning and Environment Act, 1987. Personal information will be used solely by Council in accordance with the Planning and Environment Act, 1987.

‘ON THE SHEEP’S BACK’ It seems almost everything is made out of cardboard at the moment at the National Wool Museum - except the scarves! Visitors can see a whole miniature city created out of cardboard and recycled materials in BoxWorld, and in the foyer is an installation of 100 cardboard sheep! Colonial Architecture by artist Rachel Joy is a quirky installation about the way Australians have filled the landscape with sheep, and about how animals are bought and sold and used for human ends. Now on show until the first week of August. WEEKEND HOURS EXTENDED! Don’t forget the Museum is now open from 10.00am on Saturdays and Sundays, and until 5.00pm every day. Loom demonstrations on the Museum’s 100 year old carpet loom are held regularly throughout the day, producing the Museum’s own Manor House Rug which is available to purchase in various sizes through the Museum Shop. Visit www.nwm.vic.gov.au or telephone 5272 4701 for more information. 26 Moorabool Street Geelong, 3220 Tel: 03 5272 4701 Web: www.nwm.vic.gov.au Email: nwminfo@geelongcity.vic.gov.au Open: Monday - Friday 9.30am to 5.00pm, Saturday and Sunday 10.00am to 5.00pm. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday.

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TWO FRIENDS were sitting in a Geelong bar and decided to start a film society because it sounded like fun at the time. Now Ralph Cotter and Marg McKenzie have a hit on their hands but it wasn’t until they screened their first movie that a name came to them. “It was The Shining and we decided to call it Red Rum Film Society because its murder spelled backwards in the movie,” Ralph recalled. “We were in Beav’s Bar and thought it would be a fantastic venue to watch movies with friends, so we looked into it and set it up. It’s a comfortable setting, we put on some snacks and you can have a beer or wine.” Since then the group has swelled, screening monthly cult, independent, foreign-language and classic movies as well as box-office favourites, Ralph said. “The screenings get a real diversity of people and they’re on a Tuesday night when there’s not a lot happening in Geelong. It draws people away from their televisions.” Ralph said Red Rum generally chose movies without cinema releases or only short runs. “We love to watch movies and were often disappointed that some of the more-interest-

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Footballers game for match in Africa BY KIM WATERS TWO GEELONG aboriginal footballers will represent Australia at a 2011 Africa Games. Twenty-five year old Ricky Kildea and Lowell Hunter, 26, were “thrilled and honoured� to join a team of 15 players travelling to Mozambique in September. Mr Kildea said the Australian team of indigenous players would put on an Australian Rules demonstration match. The players would also conduct junior coaching clinics for 300 African children. “It’s about promoting Aussie Rules in Africa,� Mr Kildea said. “This is Australian Rules’ debut at the games. There’s been a massive push to have Aussie Rules included.� Mr Hunter labelled his chance

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Tax won’t return THE DEBATE about a carbon tax continues, with some writers even claiming that CO2 is poisonous. Those advocating a tax must be mindful there is always a budget black hole lurking somewhere, which the incumbent government will no doubt use to preclude any notion of the tax being returned to those most affected. As we know, politicians’ promises can be relied on about as much as a Melbourne suburban train timetable. Australians are among the highest-taxed people in the world. If one were to look at the state of schools

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AWARD-WINNING Black Bull Tapas Bar and Restaurant is offering a unique wine-and-whisky dinner series for diners. Each dinner includes a fourcourse meal with matched wines plus coffee or tea and petit fours. The first in the series is a Pettavel wine dinner next Thursday with decorated winemaker Peter Flewellyn on hand to lend his expertise. The following event will be a Leura Park wine dinner on August 11 when experienced winemaker Darren Burke will offer his tips and advice. In a unique twist, a Glenfarclas whisky dinner complete with a whisky facilitator will feature on September 8. Chefs Daniel Brehaut and Hernando Callejas have a combined 30 years experience in the kitchen. The pair has created menus featuring Hernando’s Latin American influences melded with Daniel’s classical French training. Located in the heart of Geelong, Black Bull has a philosophy of supporting the regional community by buying from local suppliers and businesses. Black Bull also helps raise money for Barwon Health Foundation through longest lunch and culinary shield fundraisers. Black Bull’s newly renovated function room is a perfect venue for functions such as engagements, birthday parties, weddings

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NOW OPEN!! Chefs Hernando Callejas and Daniel Brehaut at Black Bull Tapas Bar and Restaurant. and corporate events. Black Bull’s experienced staff can help coordinate clients’ functions. Seats for the wine and whisky series are strictly limited at $60 per dinner per person. Anyone who books and pays

for all three in advance receives a $30 Black Bull voucher for their next dinner. Bookings are available by phoning Tamara on 5229 6100 or emailing blackbulltapas@optusnet.com.au.

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THE GREAT value-for-money deals at Corio’s Shell Club keep diners coming back for more. The bistro’s Super Sevens meal offer has been a hit ever since it started providing seven of the most popular dishes for just $13.90 for dinner every Sunday. Head chef Richard Hopkins says Shell Club understands that diners want to eat good food for affordable prices. “First and foremost, everyone is looking for value,” Richard says. “Our Super Sevens meal offer is great value for customers looking to save a dollar or two. “The response to the Super Sevens deal has been so positive that it’s been going for more than a year.” The $13.90 specials are chicken schnitzel, chicken parmigiana, curry of the day, roast of the day, rump steak, calamari and lasagne. The restaurant’s full menu is also available. Richard says the inexpensive Sunday night dinners are a great way to avoid the hassle of cooking. “A lot of people like to do the family thing on a Sunday night,” he says. “We saw this as an area where we could provide a family dinner for them.” A regular specials menu is also available for the budget-conscious. Shell Club also provides a function room for up to 200 patrons for most occasions including birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, presentation nights and other milestones. Shell Club is on the corner of Purnell and Bacchus Marsh Roads, Corio. More information and bookings are available by phoning 5275 4061.

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5:00 rage (PG) 10:00 rage: Warwick Thornton Presents NAIDOC Week (PG) 11:00 Big Chef Takes On Little Chef [s] 12:00 Collectors: Bette [s] 12:30 Australian Story [s] 1:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 1:30 Two In The Top End (PG) [s] 2:00 Rugby League: QLD Cup 2011: Sunshine Coast v Redcliffe 4:00 Medicine Men Go Wild (PG) 5:00 Bowls: Moama International Tri Series: Australia v Scotland: Menʼs Pairs 6:00 James Martinʼs Champagne [s] 6:30 Gardening Australia [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Kingdom (PG) [s] – Gloria has trouble with her son and Beatrice plots a seduction attempt on Alan. 8:25 New Tricks: The Truth Is Out There (PG) – Conspiracy theories and US Government coverups confront the UCOS team. 9:20 Outcasts (M v) – Cassʼ past invades his present when a note is found exposing his true identity. 10:20 The Graham Norton Show (M) [s] 11:10 Doctor Who (PG) 11:55 rage: NAIDOC Week (M) 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 9:00 Saturday Disney [s] 11:00 Castaway [s] 11:30 Childrenʼs Programs [s] 1:00 Marie Claire: Under The Cover (PG) 1:30 V8 Supercars 2011: Raceday Extra [s] 2:00 V8 Supercars 2011: Qualifying and Race 5:30 Coxyʼs Big Break 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Family Movie: “Shark Tale” (G) (ʼ04) Stars: Will Smith 8:30 The Saturday Night Movie: “Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl” (M) (ʼ03) – Outlandish Captain Jack Sparrow crosses paths with the Governorʼs spirited daughter, Elizabeth when her passionate suitor Will Turner coerces Jack into a rescue mission. Stars: Johnny Depp 11:30 Late Movie: “Arachnophobia” (PG h) (ʼ90) Stars: Jeff Daniels, Harley Jane Kozak, 1:45 Late Late Movie : The Ice Harvest (MA15+ v,s,l) (ʼ05) Stars: John Cusack. 2:55 Special: Timeless Hunters 4:00 Home Shopping [s] 5:00 Power Rangers (PG) 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 9:00 Saturday Kerri Anne 11:00 Childrenʼs Programs 2:00 The Saddle Club 2:30 Afternoon Movie: “The Wackiest Ship In The Army” (G) (ʼ60) Stars: Jack Lemmon 4:30 Discover Down Under 5:00 News: First At Five 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News [s] 6:30 Australiaʼs Funniest Home Videos (PG) 7:30 Movie: “The Water Horse” (PG v) (ʼ07) – When a lonely young boy discovers a large mysterious egg along the shores of Loch Ness, no one is prepared for what lies within. Stars: Alex Etel & Emily Watson 9:45 Movie: “Blood Diamond” (MA15+ a,v) (ʼ06) – Danny Archer, is a smuggler who sells “blood” diamonds used to finance terrorists. Stars: Leonardo DiCaprio 12:35 Late Movie: “Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan” (PG v) (ʼ84) Stars: Ralph Richardson 3:00 The Avengers (PG) 4:00 Danoz 4:30 Religious Program 5:00 Creflo A Dollar 6:00 Toasted TV [s] 9:00 Scope [s] 9:30 The Elephant Princess [s] 10:00 Hit List TV (PG l,s,a) 12:00 Landed Music (PG l,s,a) [s] 12:30 The Hit Rater.com (PG l,s,a) 1:00 Infomercial (PG) [s] 1:30 Hook Line & Sinker [s] 2:00 The Doctors 3:00 Movie: “Flicka” (PG a) (ʼ06) Stars: Tim McGraw, Maria Bello & Alison Lohman, 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 5:30 Jamieʼs Thirty Minute Meals: Thai Green Curry [s] 6:00 TEN Evening News 6:30 Before The Game (PG) 7:30 AFL Premiership Season 2011: Round 16 - Essendon v Richmond *Live* – Join your expert commentary team for all the action and post match interviews from the MCG in Melbourne. 11:00 Netball World Championships: Semi Final 12:50 Friday Night Lights: New York, New York (M) 1:50 Infomercials (PG) 5:05 Worldwatch 7:30 Tour de France 2011 Daily Updates 7:45 Worldwatch 1:00 Masterpiece: Opera: Aurlie Dupont: LEspace Dun Instant 2:05 Reaching the Sublime: Music of Baroque 2:35 The Hidden Life of Masterpieces: Rembrandt 3:30 In Their Own Words: British Novelists: Among the Ruins (1919-1939) 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Food Safari: Chinese [s] 6:00 Tour de France 2011 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Richard Hammonds Engineering Connections: Super Rig [s] – This week Richard travels to the North Sea, 80 kilometres offshore from Bergen, Norway, to explore the technology of the Troll, a natural gas platform. 8:30 Iron Chef: Abalone [s] 9:20 RocKwiz: Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson (M l) [s] 10:00 Tour de France 2011 Live: Stage 8 Aigurande to Super-Besse Sancy. 2:00 FIFA Womens World Cup Germany 2011: Quarter-final 1&2 Live

5:00 Rage (PG) 6:30 Childrenʼs Programs 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Inside Business [s] 10:30 Offsiders [s] 11:05 Asia Pacific Focus [s] 11:30 Songs of Praise 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 7.30 [s] 1:30 Message Stick 2:00 Natureʼs Great Events 3:00 Creative Nature 3:55 Pacific Pulse Fest ʼNapuan 4:30 First Tuesday Book Club [s] 5:00 Art Nation [s] 5:30 Mr Bean With Rowan Atkinson 5:40 Robin Hood: Sins Of The Father (PG) 6:30 Dance Academy [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Grand Designs: Cotswolds [s] 8:25 ABC News Update [s] 8:30 Midsomer Murders: A Tale Of Two Hamlets (M v) 10:10 Compass: Marriage Right v Rite (PG) [s] 11:00 Strictly Speaking [s] 11:30 The Street (M l) – Margie temporarily moves in with her dad after his stroke. 12:30 Grand Designs: Cotswolds [s] 1:20 Order In The House [s] 2:25 Movie: “Blood On The Sun” (PG) (ʼ45) Stars: James Cagney & Silvia Sydney 4:00 The Bill: Deadly Consequences (M d) 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 AFL Game Day (PG) 11:00 Minute To Win It (PG) [s] 12:00 Sunday Afternoon Movie: “Fat Albert” (PG l,s) (ʼ04) Stars: Kenan Thompson 2:00 V8 Supercars 2011: Raceday Xtra 3:00 2011 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 16: Port Adelaide vs St Kilda 6:00 Seven News [sʼ 6:30 Dancing With The Stars [s] – In the grand final episode of Dancing With The Stars the three remaining celebrity contestants battle it out for the coveted mirror ball trophy. Joining the finalists will be the entire series eleven cast. 9:30 Program To Be Advised 10:30 V8 Supercars 2011 – All the action at Sucrogen Townsville. 11:30 Suburban Secrets (M) – When a young professional mysteriously dies, citizens of a quiet town in North Carolina are confronted by one of the nastiest forms of assassination: arsenic poisoning. 12:30 Special: Louis Theroux (M) 1:40 Room For Improvement [s] 2:05 Home Shopping 3:00 NBC Today 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Wide World Of Sports 11:00 The Sunday Footy Show (AFL) 1:00 TAC Cup: Future Stars (PG) 2:00 F Troop 2:30 Gilliganʼs Island 3:00 Wildfire: Who Are You? (PG) 4:00 In Their Footsteps (PG) 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Postcards 6:00 National Evening News [s] 6:30 In Their Footsteps (PG) 7:30 60 Minutes [s] 8:30 The Mentalist: Strawberries & Cream - Part 2 / Red Letter (M v) – Red Johnʼs CBI informant is finally revealed. 10:30 CSI: Miami: Gone Baby Gone (M v) 11:25 The Guardian: Lawyers, Guns & Money (M) – Nickʼs Parole officer asks for legal help from Nick in exchange for a favourable report. 12:20 Sunday Football: Manly Sea Eagles v South Sydney Rabbitohs – from Brookvale Oval. 2:20 Music Special 2:30 Guthy Renker 3:00 Brand Developers 3:30 Danoz [s] 4:00 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Religious Programs 7:00 Totally Wild [s] 7:30 Pearlie [s] 8:00 Hook Line & Sinker [s] 8:30 The Great Australian Doorstep [s] 9:00 School Of Rock Oz Made 10:00 Hit List TV (PG l,s,a) 12:00 I Fish 1:00 Student Body (PG l) 2:00 Worst Week: The Party / The Club [s] 3:00 Losing It (PG) 4:00 Meet The Press [s] 4:30 The Bolt Report 5:00 TEN News At Five 5:30 Jamieʼs Thirty Minute Meals 6:00 TEN Evening News 6:30 Merlin: Queen Of Hearts (PG sn) 7:30 MasterChef Australia: Sunday - Week 11 9:00 Hawaii Five-O: Oiaʼiʼo (M v) – When Five-0 get too close to the truth about Wo Fat, the criminal mastermind retaliates, with deadly consequences. 10:00 NCIS: Escaped (M) – Gibbs is forced to come back out of his retirement to help Fornell. 11:00 Formula One Grand Prix: Rnd 9 -British Grand Prix 1:10 Netball: World Championship Final 3:10 Infomercial (PG) 4:00 Religious Programs (PG) 7:00 Worldwatch 7:30 Tour de France 2011 Daily Updates 7:45 Weatherwatch & Music 8:00 Worldwatch 10:30 Football Asia 11:00 Les Murrays Football Feature 12:00 Futbol Mundial 12:30 Speedweek [s] 2:00 Worldwatch 3:00 Blood, Sweat and Gears (PG) [s] 4:45 Gone Fishing (PG) 5:00 Cycling Central 6:00 Tour de France 2011 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Dervla Kirwan [s] – Irish actress Dervla Kirwan became a household name in the hit series Ballykissangel. 8:30 Dateline – International current affairs hosted by Mark Davis and Yalda Hakim. 9:30 Nins Brother (PG) [s] – In 1960, Agnes Coe (Nin) learned of the death of her brother Milton, an indigenous man, in a mine in South Australia - but the story has always been based on loose facts. 10:00 Tour de France 2011 Live: Stage 9 – Issoire to Saint-Flour - 208 km medium-mountain stage. 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

5:00 Art Nation [s] 5:30 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Architects Of Change [s] 11:00 Landline [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Monarch Of The Glen [s] 1:30 Cheese Slices 2:00 Jeeves And Wooster (PG) [s] 3:05 Childrenʼs Programs 6:00 Time Team: Colworth [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:15 Media Watch [s] 9:35 Q&A [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 Lateline Business [s] 11:35 Brideshead Revisited: Home And Abroad 12:30 The Clinic [s] – Drama following life in a busy medical practice. 1:30 The Suicide Tourist (M) [s] 2:25 Once A Soldier: Soldiering On [s] 3:00 Bowls: Moama International Tri Series: Scotland v England: Australia Vs England: Womenʼs Singles 4:00 The Bill: Walk On My Grave (M d,v) 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Mitch Albomʼs For One More Day” (PG a,l) (ʼ07) Stars: Ellen Burstyn 2:00 Dive Olly Dive [s] 2:30 Sea Princesses [s] 3:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 3:30 Toybox [s] 4:00 Spit It Out [s] 4:30 Seven News at 4:30 [s] 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 Border Security - Australia's Front Line 8:00 Crash Investigation Unit (PG) 8:30 The Amazing Race Australia (PG) [s 9:30 Teen Wolf: Second Chance at First Line (M) – Scott struggles to balance his new life as a werewolf and the pressures of being a teen. 10:30 Young, Dumb And Living Off Mum (PG) – The layabouts are thrust into the cut-throat world of fashion. 11:30 My Big Friggin Wedding (M) 12:30 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:30 Today *Live* 9:00 Kerri-Anne (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 11:30 Alive & Cooking 12:00 Ellen De Generes Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 ET [s] 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Kitchen Whiz 4:30 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Block (PG s) 8:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Rescue Special Ops: Break Out (M) – The Rescue team attend an overturned bus. 9:30 CSI: Miami: Mayday (M v) – The ninth season concludes with Horatio hunting an escaped fugitive who fled a transport plane when it made an emergency landing in Miami. 10:30 Footy Classified (M) 11:30 Secret Diary Of A Call Girl (MA15+ s,a,l,n) 12:00 Super Rugby Extra Time - Highlights 1:00 Spyforce (PG) 2:00 Guthy Renker Australia 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 TEN News [s] 7:00 Toasted TV [s] 8:00 Totally Wild [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:30 9AM News [s] 10:00 The Circle (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil: Bullies Beware (PG) [s] 1:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Infomercials 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 The Bold 7 The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:30 6:30 With George Negus 7:00 The 7PM Project (PG) 7:30 MasterChef Australia: Monday - Week 11 8:45 Can Of Worms (M) – We ask Australia the curly questions of everyday life. 9:45 Law & Order: Criminal Intent: The Consoler (M v,a) – A young woman is discovered with a gunshot wound to the back of her head. 10:30 6:30 With George Negus Encore 11:00 TEN Late News With Sports Tonight 11:30 The Late Show (PG) 12:25 The Cleaner (M) 1:25 Infomercials (PG) 4:00 Religious Programs (PG) 5:05 Worldwatch 7:30 Tour de France 2011 Daily Updates 7:45 Worldwatch 8:35 FIFA U-17s World Cup Mexico 2011: Final – Live from Mexico City, Mexico. 11:30 Worldwatch 1:30 Dateline [s] 2:30 Worldwatch 4:30 Futbol Mundial [s] 5:00 The Crew [s] 5:30 Global Village: Running for Your Life [s] 6:00 Tour de France 2011 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Mythbusters: Alcohol Myths (PG) [s] 8:30 Man vs Wild: Oregon (PG) [s] – Bear Grylls adventures into the vast bleak wilderness of Hells Canyon in Oregon - the deepest river canyon in the world. 9:30 World News Australia [s] 10:00 Flight of the Conchords: Yoko (PG) [s] – When Bret begins dating a new girlfriend, Coco, it threatens the Conchordsʼ fragile chemistry, not to mention the devotion of its one fan, Mel. 10:30 Cast Offs: Carrie (M s,l) 11:30 The World Game 12:30 Romantic Comedy: “The Truth and Other Lies” (M l,a,s) (ʼ04) (In Spanish) 2:05 Weatherwatch Overnight

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5:00 Talking Heads: Sir Richard Branson [s] 5:30 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Architects Of Change (PG) 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address 1:30 Everest ER [s] 2:00 Poirot (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 6:00 Time Team: Lincolnʼs Inn [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 The New Inventors [s] 8:30 Spicks And Specks [s] 9:00 Angry Boys (M a,l,s) – After being secretly photographed S.mouse is vilified for becoming fat. 9:30 Lawrence Leungʼs Unbelievable: Manipulation (PG) 10:00 At The Movies (PG) 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 Lateline Business [s] 11:30 Wild China: Heart Of The Dragon [s] 12:25 Movie: “The Late Edwina Black” (PG) (ʼ51) Stars: David Farrar 1:40 Teenage Kicks: Sorry / Health (PG) 2:25 Once A Soldier: Not Forgotten [s] 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Knights Of The South Bronx” (PG v,d,l) (ʼ05) Stars: Ted Danson 2:00 Dive Olly Dive [s] 2:30 Sea Princesses [s] 3:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 3:30 Toybox [s] 4:00 Spit It Out [s] 4:30 Seven News at 4:30 [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) 7:30 Highway Patrol: Drunk Parking [s] 8:00 Worldʼs Deadliest Roads: Cut Off! (PG) 8:30 Criminal Minds: Out Of The Light (M v,a) [s] – A barely alive young Jane Doe is found on a cliff-side road. 9:30 Program To Be Advised 10:30 Detroit 1-8-7: Road To Nowhere (M) 11:30 Eastbound & Down (MA15+l,d,a) 12:00 Style By Jury (PG) 12:30 Sons And Daughters [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:30 Today *Live* 9:00 Kerri-Anne (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 11:30 Alive & Cooking 12:00 Ellen De Generes Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 ET [s] 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Kitchen Whiz 4:30 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Block (PG) 8:00 *Series Premiere: Top Design (PG) – Join host Jamie Durie and see how ten creative Aussies transform everyday living spaces in a series of extreme elimination challenges. With $100,000 and the title of Top Design at stake, watch how these designers bring their most daring and dazzling ideas to life. 9:15 RPA Where Are They Now? (PG) 11:10 Embarrassing Bodies (M n) 12:05 Eclipse Music TV (PG) 12:35 Primetime: What Would You Do (M) 1:30 Danoz 2:00 Guthy Renker 2:30 Danoz 3:00 Trivita 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 TEN News [s] 7:00 Me & My Monsters [s] 8:00 Totally Wild [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 9AM News [s] 10:00 The Circle (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil: In Cold Blood (PG) [s] 1:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Infomercials 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:30 6:30 With George Negus 7:00 The 7PM Project (PG) 7:30 MasterChef Australia: Tuesday - Week 11 9:00 Offspring (PG) – Ninaʼs life is thrown into a spin by the return of Chris Havel. How will our leading lady juggle two gentlemen callers? 10:00 The Defenders: Las Vegas V. Johnson (M d) – When a Las Vegas legend is found suffocated, his girlfriend is charged with murder, and Pete convinces Nick to take the case. 11:00 6:30 With George Negus Encore 11:30 TEN Late News With Sports Tonight 12:00 The Late Show (PG) 12:25 The Cleaner (M) 1:25 Infomercials (PG) 5:05 Worldwatch 7:30 Tour de France 2011 Daily Updates 7:45 Worldwatch 1:30 Drama Movie: “Tokyo Sonata” (PG) (ʼ08) (In Japanese) 3:35 Short: Puffed Rice [s] 3:50 About Fish and Revolution 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: The Celestial Dance of Bhutan [s] 6:00 Tour de France 2011 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:35 Inspector Rex: Children on the Run (PG) 8:30 Victorian Pharmacy [s] – In the late 1860s, the pharmacy enters a period of new invention and new laws. Narcotics were freely available across the counter throughout the Victorian era. Arsenic was the most common poison and was everywhere in Victorian homes - in wallpaper, candles, fabrics and even sweets. 9:30 World News Australia [s] 10:00 Tour de France Live: Stage 11 - Blaye -lesMines to Lavaur - 167 km flat stage. 2:00 FIFA Womens World Cup Germany 2011: Semi-final 1 - Live 4:15 FIFA Womens World Cup Germany 2011: Semi-final 2 - Live

4:55 National Press Club Address [s] 6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Architects Of Change [s] 11:00 The Lost World Of Communism (PG) 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Little Dorrit [a] 1:25 Lead Balloon: Idiot (PG) 2:00 Poirot 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 6:00 Time Team: Warboys, The Fens [s] 6:50 Minuscule: Sleeping In 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Catalyst [s] – A confronting treatment for tummy superbugs. 8:30 Crownies (M a,d,l,s,v) [s] – Follows five young solicitors working for the Department of Public Prosecutions. 10:20 Lateline [s] 10:55 Lateline Business [s] 11:25 Live From Abbey Road: Brian Wilson, Martha Wainwright, Teddy Thompson (PG) 12:15 Beyond Our Ken (M a,l,s) [s] 1:55 Dolphin Murders (PG) [s] 2:45 Once A Soldier: Changing The Guard 3:15 To The Manor Bowen: Builders (M l) 4:00 The Bill: Solace (M) 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Crowned And Dangerous” (PG v,s) (ʼ97) Stars: Jasmine Bleeth 2:00 Dive Olly Dive [s] 2:30 Sea Princesses [s] 3:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 3:30 Toybox [s] 4:00 Spit It Out [s] 4:30 Seven News at 4:30 [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:40 Desperate Housewives: Come On Over For Dinner (M a) – Lynette worries that Tom might leave her. 9:40 Program To Be Advised 11:35 30 Rock: Sun Tea (PG) [s] – Liz discovers Frankʼs office jars arenʼt just used to make sun tea. 12:00 Heroes: Strange Attractors (M) [s] – Sylar continues to torment Matt. HRG and Tracy help a young boy, while Claire and Gretchen have a problem with their sorority sisters 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today 5:30 Today *Live* 9:00 Kerri-Anne (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 11:30 Alive & Cooking 12:00 Ellen De Generes Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 ET [s] 3:30 Hi-5 4:00 Kitchen Whiz 4:30 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair 7:00 The Block (PG s) 8:00 Hot Property: Birkdale / Elizabeth Bay (PG) – Designer, Susan West is selling her Elizabeth Bay studio apartment. 8:30 Inside The Human Body: Hostile Word (M mp) – Discover the ingenious ways the human body defends itself against a hostile world where sunlight shatters your DNA and each breath contains microbes that can kill you. 9:30 The AFL Footy Show (M) 11:15 The NRL Footy Show (M) – Join Fatty, The Falcon, Freddy, The Big Marn and Big Benji. 1:00 Entertainment Tonight 1:30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 2:00 Guthy Renker / Trivita 3:00 Danoz 3:35 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 TEN News [s] 7:00 The Elephant Princess [s] 8:00 Scope [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 9AM News [s] 10:00 The Circle (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil: In Cold Blood (PG) [s] 1:00 The Oprah Winfrey Show (PG) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Infomercial (PG) 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:30 6:30 With George Negus 7:00 The 7PM Project (PG) 7:30 MasterChef Australia: Tuesday - Week 11 8:30 Law & Order: S.V.U: Confidential (M v,a) – Benson and Stabler discover that a recent murder may be linked to a 22-year-old crime. 9:30 Law & Order: S.V.U: Witness (M v,a) – An illegal immigrant is an important witness in a rape case. 10:30 6:30 With George Negus Encore 11:00 TEN Late News With Sports Tonight 11:30 The Late Show (PG) 12:25 Eureka (M) 1:25 Infomercials (PG) 7:00 Worldwatch 7:30 Tour de France 2011 Daily Updates 7:45 Worldwatch 2:30 Dateline [s] 3:30 Worldwatch 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: The Bahrain Fort [s] 6:00 Tour de France 2011 Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 French Food Safari [s] – Tonight, Maeve and Guillaume travel to the mountainous region of The Ardeche in France. 8:00 Oz and Jamesʼ Big Wine Adventure [s] – James May knows very little about wine but thatʼs all about to change after wine expert Oz Clarke invites him on a month-long trip to France to learn all about it. 8:35 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations: Egypt (M) [s] – In one of the oldest civilisations on earth, Anthony visits with the locals to get a taste for what it means to be Egyptian. 9:30 World News Australia [s] 10:00 Tour de France 2011 Live: Stage 12 Cugnaux to Luz-Ardiden - 211 km mountain stage. 2:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

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front wheels until loss of traction is detected. Within one wheel rotation the system can engage the rear wheels in a 50/50 torque split to give allwheel drive in slippery on or off-road conditions. In addition, drivers can lock the system in all-wheel drive with the flick of a switch if they know they are entering slippery conditions. On one of our road test sections we came across a slippery track made even worse by steady rain. Our Patriot began sliding laterally at slow speeds when travelling in a straight line. A touch of the throttle pedal saw the Jeep straighten and highlighted the asset all-wheel drive brings. It was no place for two-wheel drive. Patriot should certainly be on the shopping list for any prospective SUV buyer. Add the extra low-down torque and fuel economy provided by the turbo diesel engine and it could entice many more rural buyers into a market segment that has to date been dominated by urban dwellers.

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BY ERIC BLAIR he Jeep Patriot is an important vehicle for the iconic American brand in that it competes in the rapidly expanding compact SUV market. Given its tough heritage, going back to the Second World War, Jeep had been reluctant to build a so-called ‘soft roader’ but such was the success of competitors vehicles that they eventually bowed to the inevitable and released the Compass in early 2007, followed by the Patriot several months later. Although the two vehicles are almost identical under the skin there are important styling differences that will appeal to the Jeep purists – that is if they are purists who don’t hate softroad vehicles. Both vehicles, of course, feature the characteristic Jeep seven-slot grille and round headlights. For 2010 the Patriot has been given a midlife makeover, with some important new features to please those who like their vehicles to look rugged. The biggest change in the Jeep Patriot is an all-new interior that adds comfort and versatility. Jeep borrowed the circular theme from sibling Cherokee. It may not sound all that exciting on paper, but try a trip down to your dealer to see how that grey look works. Patriot’s armrests are now padded, Patriot’s mechanicals remain untouched, with a 2.4-litre petrol engine linked to either a five-speed manual or automatic CVT (continuously variable transmission) that has the choice of six-speed manual overrides. The engine puts out 125 kW of power at 6000 rpm and 220 Nm of torque at 4500 rpm. Official fuel consumption from the manual variant is 8.4 litres/100 km, that rises to 9.1 litres/100 km with the CVT. Patriot uses Jeep’s Freedom-Drive 4WD system. In normal driving conditions torque is directed through the

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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.

BMW, 1998, 318i, fantastic car throughout, very fuel efficient, red duco with tan leather interior. reg 04/12, RWC, YIT-111. $6,900, Phone 0407 345 253. Leopold.

BMW, 535, 1988, silver, auto, sun roof, leather interior, 163,000kms, GC, RWC, reg.10 months. XKP-610. $5,000. 0432 444 501.

COMMODORE, VX, wagon, PS, AC, CC, twin air bags, RWC, EC, reg 09/11, RVX-011, $7,000 ono. 0402 515 327. East Geelong. FORD Festiva, 2000, white, 5 speed manual, AC, 138,000kms, RWC, TBK-790. $4,200. 0403 863 543. Corio.

HOLDEN, Commodore SS, ute, 2010, automatic, 1,650kg towbar, 1,350 kms., only driven to golf on Saturdays, built 2010, registered November 2010, RWC, YXA-511. $30,000 ono. 0409 130 521. Leopold.

FORD, 2004, BA falcon sedan, dual fuel, RWC, YCL-441, $9,000 ono. 0412 928 130. Marshall. FORD, AU sedan, 1999, silver, auto, 12 months reg., new windscreen, AC, RWC, EC, QSN-528. $6,500. 0418 565 041. Drysdale.

FORD, AU, C2R sedan, auto, twin air bags, alloys, tinted windows, RWC, AC, ABS, EC, must sell. TGO606. $9,000 ono. 0433 991 920.

JEEP, Cherokee, Larado, 2000, low kms, EC, RWC, STL-939. Best offer over $13,000. 0407 438 623. Waurn Ponds. MAGNA, Verada, 1993, auto, AC, CC, alloys, electric, sports kit, needs new motor, FIY-213. $1,800. 0430 078 170. MAZDA, 929, 1986, limited edition, 2 door, hardtop, 5 speed manual, no RWC. PDS-140. $1,800 ono. 5281-1482. Bannockburn.

MERCEDES BENZ, 2006, C200K, station wagon, sports, AMG, bodykit, sunroof, neon headlights, new tyres, only 79,850kms., 12 months reg., RWC, BWB-43B, very rare to find, priced to sell, $35,800 ono. 52217508 BH. South Geelong.

SUBARU, Impreza, auto, 2009, low kms, EC, 12 months reg., only one owner, garaged, full service history, XBC-861. $20,000. 0439 631 132. Highton.

SUBARU, Liberty, 2004, Luxury model, wagon, full electrics, AC, leather interior, 140,000kms, tinted windows, SRD-373. $20,900. 0411 720 092. SUZUKI SWIFT, 2007, auto, white pearl, 46,000kms, 10 months reg, RWC, full service history, one owner, YJY380. $14,000ono. 52504884. Leopold. SUZUKI, Vitara, 1989, rusty but runs well, ideal farm bomb, no reg., no RWC, QXH-464. $600ono. 5261-4149. Torquay. TOYOTA, Camry, auto, 1995, PS, AC, NFD-333. $2,500 ono. 0411 878 341. Hamlyn Heights. TOYOTA, Camry, ALtise, 2005, 2.4lt, auto, low kms, sedan, full service history, RWC, many extras, TJJ130. $23,600ono. 0419 612 583.

NUMBER PLATE, signed by James May and Craig Lowndes, Top Gear show, Melbourne, with photos. $275,000 ono. 0408 398 617. Corio.

UTE TONNEAU, FG Falcon, new, $350. Phone Max 0421 514 446. St Leonards.

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FORD, BF, series 2, XR6, 2006, VGC inside & out, yellow snake skin interior, new front tyres, 70,000km, AUX input, RWC, TOOTH8, $18,000 ono. 0423 307 362. Anglesea 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, 1998, sedan, auto, dual fuel, RWC, air bags, ABS, 4 new tryes, reg., YHW-067. $3,500 ono. 0404 961 010. Belmont. FORD, Falcon, 1991, sedan, metallic green, 5 speed manual, AC, PS, 36,000 kms, RWC, EC, service history, ENK-726. $5,100 ono. 0405 961 251. Grovedale. FORD, Falcon GT, 1968, polar white, black trim, top loader, EC, genuine matching numbers car, WOX-626. $62,000. 0418 565 041. Drysdale. FORD, Fiesta, 2008, XR4, manual, 2lt, hatch, white, as new, 45,000kms, new tyres, RWC, reg 02/12, WGK-759. $15,250 ono. 5278-2639. 0413 990 350. Bell Post Hill.

HOLDEN, Cruze, CDX, 2009, silver, 5 speed manual, all extras, leather interior, EC, 6 months reg., XHX-235. $19,500. 0409 169 167. Lara.

HOLDEN, Jackaroo, 1992, auto, dual fuel, 6 months reg, FAV-499. $4,000 ono. 0431 678 590. Bell Post Hill. HOLDEN, SS Crueman, black, 12 month reg, RWC, SVU-297. $20,000ono. 0450 489 070. South Geelong.

FORD, Focus, auto, 2004, 5 door hatch, serviced, RWC, reg.12 months, 50,000kms. TGB-824. $17,500 ono. 5275-5839.

MG, BL, 1971, red, new parts, chrome wires and tyres, new seats, etc., YHN9944. $14,500 neg. 0407 438 623. Waurn Ponds. MITSUBISHI, Lancer, 1998, 5 speed manual, 1.5L, coupe, red, PS, AC, 128,500 kms., GC, RWC, reg. expires 08/11, XWL159, $3,900 ono. 0434 331 243. Grovedale. MITSUBISHI, Lancer, 1991, hatch, manual, low kms, immaculate, RWC, UTM-126. $1,600. 0434 831 012. Highton.

HONDA, Accord, 1993, auto, alloys, low kms, RWC, FCJ-119. $2,900. 0434 831 012. Geelong West.

HONDA, collectors dream, Prelude S.1, 1994, auto, lady owner, mint condition, 60,000kms, AC, sunroof, 4 wheel steering, cruise control, spoiler, TGQ-395, $8,400 ono. 5245-7470. Highton. HONDA, hardtop, 1988, auto, PS, AC, all electric, RWC, 286,609 kms, UFG198. $3,500. 5277-1384. Hamlyn Heights.

FORD, Focus 2008, manual, LT CL hatch, 47,500kms, reg. until 04/12 , WYV-212, $16,000 ono. 0422 058 440. St Albans Park. FORD, FPV, GT-Cobra 2008, BF MK2, sedan, auto, 73kms, brand new, FPVP7U52350, genuine matching numbers vehicle. $83,000. 0418 565 041. Drysdale.

MERCEDES BENZ, 1981, 280 SE, classic, immaculate condition inside and out, eng. 11098722025323. $10,500 including RWC. Phone 0402 104 710. Geelong.

HYUNDAI, Excel, 1998, 5 door hatch, new windscreen, new tyres, AC, PS, 179,000 kms, one owner, 12 months reg., EC, RWC, OYD-993. $3,200 ono. 5241-2967. Belmont.

MITSUBISHI, Delica, 1997, 4x4, turbo diesel, LPG, 68,000 kms, EC, 11 months reg., YIW-508. $15,000 ono. 5248-5118. Whittington.

PORSCHE, Boxster S, 2002, silver, 5 speed Tiptronic, one owner, 34,000 kms, EC, always garaged. VOLA. $53,500. 0418 328 634. Thomastown or Indented Head.

TOYOTA, Camry, 1990, station wagon, auto, mechanically A1, reliable, owner moving interstate, VGC, RWC, reg TUR-483. $2,200. 0416 196 847.

TOYOTA, Corolla, CSI, 1998, AC, manual, 180,000kms, reg 12/09, WSN-525. $5,900 with RWC, $5,490 without. 0422 446 784. TOYOTA, Corolla, 1991, twin cam, CS, one owner, PS, AC, auto, RWC, PUP825. $4,000. 5278-4657. Bell Post Hill. TOYOTA, Hilux, 2009, 4x2, D/cab, manual, workmate, 2.7 WT.i, reg, RWC, 5 year factory warranty, one owner, towbar, tint, AC, 23,400kms, EC, XTH-771, $21,500 ono. 0431 196 446. Leopold.

MERCEDES, 1984, 280SE, VIN: WDB22602 122021865, motor running, car is complete, $680 ono. 5257-1077. St Leonards.

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TOYOTA, Hilux, 2001, dual cab, 4WD, 3.0L diesel, AC, manual, 192,000 kms., steel tray, underbody boxes, canvass canopy. REH-220. $13,500. 0421 611 953. St Albans Park. TOYOTA, Landcruiser, GXL, 4x4, 1993, 4.5L, automatic, 7 seater, PS, CL, AC, electric mirrors, CD, bullbar, side steps, towbar, EC, RWC, reg. expires 02/12, FORD1E. $12,000. 0415 200 065. Portarlington. TOYOTA, Yaris, 2007 series, auto, 1.3L, 5 door, 15,400kms, EC. $17,200neg. UJO-829. 0401 737 591.

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CARAVANS AND TRAILERS JAYCO, Freedom, poptop 200, twin beds, awning, annexe, TV, radio, fully fitted, many extras, EC. $20,000. 5255-4368 or 5250-4142. Ocean Grove. JAYCO, Freedom, 2003, poptop, EC, single beds, awning, plus all accessories, $17,500. 5243-4948. Highton. JAYCO, Starcraft, 1999, poptop, double bed, awning, annexe, plus more, EC, $18,250. 0408 522 510. Leopold. MILLARD, 15.5 foot, 3 berth, $1,650. 5276-1014 or 0466 360 164. Lovely Banks.

SAVAGE, 2002, 4.35m, aluminium, sports fisherman, forward control, canopy, 30HP, Yamaha electric start, power tilt and trim, lowrance sounder Dunbier trailer, all registered. $9,900 ono. 5261-3535. Torquay.

MOTORHOME, Bedford, 30ft, petrol motor, goes well, fitted out with all new fittings, shower, toilet, hot water etc. $34,000 neg. Vin6172005. 5593-3229, 0437 661 197.

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FORD, 2003, 1 tonne tray, white, auto, tint, GC. SLW733. $12,500ono. 0432 154 099. FORD, 2004, BA falcon sedan, dual fuel, RWC, YCL-441, $9,000 ono. 0412 928 130. Marshall.

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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, dining table, Baltic, seats 6-8 with 6 chairs, mirror with gold edged frame, 73ms x 198cm, Baltic mirror, Baltic shadow boxes x2. $1,200 the lot. 0407 814 438 North Geelong.

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COOLER, portable 12v/240v, Engel, 8 litre, thermo cooler/warmer, new. $49.50. 0414 907 275. Hamlyn Heights.

F U R N I T U R E RELOCATION SALE, QS bed, 2 bedside tables, unusual dressing table with lights, dining table with 6 chairs (extension 8), ratand lounge and 2 chairs, 1950’s dressing table and cabinet. Best offer. Phone 5258-1870.

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.

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.

LOUNGE SUITE, custom made, 3 seater couch, 2 arm chairs, quality fabric, abstract design, perfect condition. $600. 52436615. Highton.

SURFBOARD, NSP, Surf Betty, 6’10’’, pink, VGC, carry bag. $420. 0433 364 680. Leopold.

DINING SETTING, circular, 1050mm diameter, glass topped table, 4 chairs with cushions, honey pine, EC. $145. 5245-7322. Highton.

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ASSORTED, dining setting, black wrought iron table plus 6 chairs, glass top. Double bed, wrought iron, mattress, EC. $300 ono. 5253-2602. Clifton Springs. BATTERY, Deep Cycle, 12V, 100Ah, gel battery, suit solar, marine and camping use, in carton with 2 year warranty. $398. 0400 238 731. Portarlington.

DINING SETTING, 7 piece, wood, country style, GC, freezer, Kelvinator, large, upright, GC. $410 the lot. 5250-2211 Leopold.

PC CELERON, 2.4GHZ, 504MB ram, 40GB, HD, 2XCD, drives XP, professional office 2003, KB wireless mouse, Lexmark printer. $500. 0414 203 435.

BRIDAL MATERIAL, Ivory imp. french lace 114cm x 84cm, ivory crepe 115cm x 5.5 metres, lining 115cm x 5.1 metres, burgundy chiffon 115cm x 14 metres, lining 115cm x 12 metres, $375. 52515090 Drysdale. CALENDERS, National Australia Bank, 19571998, some gaps, EC. $250 ono. 5244-1930. Highton. CARPORT, single, buyer to remove. $350 ono. 0407 442 422. Belmont.

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

CASIO, Classpad, OS and graphics, version 3.0 (suit VCE), with cover. $110ono. 5272-1392. Norlane.

BED, single, white enamel, all linen included. $100. 0421 849 195. Waurn Ponds.

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

BEDROOM SUITE, QS, 4 piece, solid timber, GC, bed, large dressing table, 2 bedside tables. $600 ono. 0403 137 813. Newtown.

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COUCH, 3 seater, 1 year old, mushroom, microfibre, EC, $250. 5275-1780. Corio.

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ANTIQUE, side board and hutch, early 1900’s walnut, VGC, $2,300ono. 5241-9269, 0430 144 070. Belmont.

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AIR HOCKEY TABLE, electronic scoring, EC. $240 ono. 0437 866 585. Geelong West.

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COUCH, 3 seater, fabric, soft floral on ivory background, timber trim, EC, $350. 0409 417 028. Highton.

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BEDROOM SUITE, Girls single bed, mattress, tallboy, bedside table, and shadow box, GC, stained timber. $400 the lot. 0416 286 867. Leopold. BICYCLE, (adult), 3 wheel, as new, ideal disabled or deliveries basket, helmet, cost $700, sell $400 ono, must sell. 52439902. Grovedale. BIKE, mens, Raleigh, 18 speed, 51.5cm, frame as new, EC. $300. 52825456. Lara. BLANKET BOX, with tapestry lid, handmade, ideal storage, sewing, 800 x 500. $250. 5248-7975 St Albans Park.

CHAIRS, approximately 35, GC. $525. 0422 875 738. Anglesea. COFFEE TABLE, solid timber, unique carved pattern. $200 delivered. 0410 521 636. COLORBOND ROOFING/ FENCING, 1.8m (6ft) $9.50 each, zinc and gal $8.50 each. 0421 523 490. Norlane. COMPUTER, P4, 20g HD, 256 RAM, WIN XP. $130. Phone 0409 345 128. COMPUTER, H.P. AMD, athlon, processor, 64 x 2, dual core 5200, 2.7ghz, 2gb ram, 2xdvdrw drives, 320 gb hd, 6 xusb, card slots, 22 inch monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers, Windows Vista, $650. 0438 513 974. Clifton Springs.

DINING SET, dark polished wood table, 6 cream upholstered chairs. $300. 0431 241 988. Lara. DINING TABLE, extends to 2760cm, 8 chairs, matching buffet and corner unit, E/C. $2,500. Phone. 0409 065 000. DINING TABLE, extendable, 6 chairs, matching buffet unit, EC. $900ono. 5277-0046, 0413 287 001. Bell Post Hill. DINING TABLE, (extends) Mahogany wood, 6 chairs, $300 ono. 0419 595 845. Waurn Ponds. DRESSER, pine, solid, high quality, $230. 52513882. Clifton Springs. DRESSING TABLE, 7 drawers, large mirror, also 2 door wardrobe, both oiled Teak, EC. $300. 0401 071 773. Ocean Grove.

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, large with 80cm TV, EC. $250ono. 0419 399 134. Corio. FENCING POLE DIGGER, Hoger, very little use. $1,080. 0404 318 614. Bell Park. FENCING SALE, garden, pool, security, gates, colorbond. Yates Fabrication, Moolap. 5248-0013, 0402 419 837. FRIDGE, Fisher & Paykel, self-defrost, 442 litre, EC. $399ono. 5282-2919. Lara.

FRIDGE, Harley Davidson, custom designed to suit your shed or bar, looks great, $1,600. Phone 5243-2889 Geelong.

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FRIDGE, Westinghouse, white, 660L, double door, fridge/freezer, as new, sale due to relocation, $920 ono. 0427 585 161. Grovedale.

Fill in this coupon and enclose $37.20* and your advertisement will be run until it's sold. You only have to call our office to cancel your advertisement when your item has been sold. Complete this form and lodge to First Floor, 78 Moorabool St, Geelong 3220 No later then 3pm Wednesdays Name and Address (not for publication) Name: ...............................................................

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*This offer is made to private advertisers only. *Offer only available for items normally advertised in the For Sale section. All advts, must be pre-paid. For $37.20 you get a 15 word ONE ITEM ONLY advt. Advts are restricted to “For Sale” items only for private advertisers, and will be run until it's sold. Once your item is sold you can call our office to cancel. *Advert will run until sold for a maximum of one year. *Sale price must be included in the advert. Alteration to PRICE ONLY to advertisements will be accepted. Not included in the offer are any business advts., rental hire etc., for the purpose of ongoing profit. or Real Estate Listings. The publisher reserves the right to decline any booking for the purpose of continuing gain. * Publishers estimate based on 1.6 readers per copy

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GARDEN HOSE, Nylex, ideal for Hobby farm, 100m long on mobile metal reel and stand with fitting, GC. $450. 0438 782 022. GATES, double, steel frame/pickets, 1.75Hx 1.35W, special hinges, suit sloping drive way. $350 5244-1155. Belmont. GO CART, Briggs & Stratton, 5HP racing engine, complete with spare parts. $650 ono. 5248-7418. Whittington. GO CATS, brand new, 120L bar fridge, with hand painted cats picture, can email photo. Dont miss out. Bargain $570. 94355279. GOLF CLUBS, Powerbilt, ladies, graphite, right hand shafts, 4 woods, 9 irons. $120. 5253-2993. Clifton Springs. HEATER, Vulcan, gas, wall, serviced, $150 ono. 0425 801 768. Bell Park. INVESTIGATORS RFD DETECTOR, made in USA, including headset, $700, 0451 146 665. Bell Park.

DRIFTWOOD BENCH SEAT, solid construction, very unique. $250 delivered. 0410 521 636.

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FURNITURE, Beech dining and lounge package, extendable table, chairs, coffee table, entertainment unit, side table, all with drawers and shelves, some glass, VGC, $300 the lot, ono. 0438 154 866. Lara.

FRIDGES, FREEZERS, W/M AND DRYERS Sales and service. Cheapest and best in town. Cool Cats Refrigeration. 18 Gordon Avenue, Geelong West. 5229-6246. FURNITURE, lounge suite, 3 seater, 2 arm chairs, dining table (extension), chairs, VGC, $300. 5243-9347 Belmont.

LOUNGE SUITE, Art/Deco, bargain, as new, solid timber frame, fully sprung cushions, 2 footstolls and arm covers. $1,200ono. 0415 045 038. MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, electric patient hoist, manual wheelchair, adjustable bed rail, folding loading ramps suitable for wheelchair, $1,400 the lot. 0401 050 287. Grovedale. MOBILITY SCOOTER, Merits Wrangler, with canopy and case, sale due to blindness. Cost $5,500 new. Sell $3,500ono. 5222-3564. Herne Hill.

TABLE, Malaysian hardwood, teak, 180Lx90W, 6 months old, EC, $350. 0414 969 543. Clifton Springs.

MOTOR SCOOTER, electric, as new, red and black, no reg, no licence required. $1,800. 0438 181 131. Hamlyn Heights.

TABLES, set of 3, large, small, hall, VGC, $130. 0417 072 772. Waurn Ponds.

MOTOR SCOOTER, 50cc, TGB, low kms, reg., RWC, FU-424. $1,250 ono. 5277-9677. OUTDOOR DINING TABLE, hand crafted, professionally built, recycled black butt top with lots of feature, steel frame and legs, 186 x 87cm, $1,850 ono. 5241-9373. Grovedale.

KARDINIA COLLEGE, pinafores and kilts, GC, $60. 0413 244 428. Hamlyn Heights.

PLAY PEN, wooden, 117x117cm, EC. $100 ono. 5241-2158. Highton.

KAYAK, and paddle, Adventurer, Escape model, EC, $550. 0409 741 203. Torquay.

RANGEHOOD, brand new, Omega, stainless steel, 600mm. Cost $398. Sell $200. 5241-9269. Belmont. RETRO FURNITURE, laminated table and 4 swivel chairs, divan, 6 dining chairs. $390 the lot. 0466 281 495. Drysdale. RING, engagement, 3 diamonds, white gold, Valued at $1,400. Sell $900 ono. 0400 164 340. Winchelsea.

LEG MAGIC, brand new in box, $50. 5272-1474, 0408 131 967. LIGHTS, 1950`s, 1 large, amber pendant, 1 small pendant, EC. $190 the pair. 5241-9269. Belmont. LOUNGE SUITE, with matching dining setting, 7ft 6” extending table, Sumna, 6 chairs, EC. $500. 5261-2387. Torquay. LOUNGE SUITE, wingback, 2 seater, floral pattern, EC. $200. 52531930. Clifton Springs. LOUNGE SUITE, Victorian Jacobean, 3 piece, genuine rattan, original upholstery, GC. $3,500. 0428 526 565. LOUNGE SUITE, two 2 seater lounges, with 6 matching dining chairs, EC. $400. 5274-9796. Lovely Banks. LOUNGE SUITE, Sanderson floral linen, wing backed, 3 seater couch, 2 arm chairs, 1 being a swivelled rocker, EC. $1,200 ono. 0438 097 865. Highton. LOUNGE SUITE, modular, six seater, plus recliner, dark green, VGC, $300. 5229-4988 or 0400 250 263. Geelong West. LOUNGE SUITE, 3 piece, EC. $250. 0419 333 693. Torquay.

TABLE LAMP, (art deco), blue, frilled, glass shade, unusual design. $175. 5251-1818. Clifton Springs.

MOPED, electric, never used. Cost $1,400. Sell $1,200. 5274-1465. Corio.

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

KITCHEN CHAIRS, 4 Windsor style, European beech, all immaculate condition. $250ono. 0412 616 378. Lara.

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.

SAND, paving, 2 c/m, crushed rock 1 c/m, $75 the lot. Collect only. 0415 799 332. SCHOOL UNIFORM, Norlane High School, complete winter and summer. Size 10. $150 the lot. 5278-3265. SIDEBOARD, modern, dark timber, 4 yo, 1.5 M, EC, $800. 5243-4781. Highton. SMARTFIND EPIRB, 406MH2, suit boat or outback trip, new February 2010, $320. 0418 358 543. Hamlyn Heights. SOLAR PANEL, 100w portable folding. Top quality including w/proof smart charge regulator. Still in carton with 2yr warranty. Rated 5.9amps. Only $729. 0400 238 731. Portarlington.

STAMP SALE Soccer Clubhouse. Station Street, Norlane. Info map 10 B6. Every second Monday of the month. 10am-2pm. All welcome.

TANK, suitable as aquarium or reptile enclosure on 700mm high cabinet, lots of extras, 1600mm x 400mm x 600mm. $1,000 ono. 5255-4445. TAPESTRY FRAME, mobile stand, on castors, fully adjustable, easy to dismantle for storage, EC. $115 ono. 5278-2703. North Geelong. TV CABINET, large, solid timber, 6 drawers, 2 glass doors, EC, $350 ono. 0408 355 978. Belmont. TV LG, large, set top box, DVD player, EC, 2 remotes, urgent as moving, $205. 5278-5756. North Geelong. TV, LG, 70cm, with stand , black, VGC. $100. 52434571. Grovedale. TV, Samsung, 27cm. Set top box. DVD player. New, EC. $100 the lot. 52485087. Newcomb. UTE TUB LID, solid, for Rodeo, 2004, VGC. $800. 0408 397 417. 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. WINDOWS, 3, new, pearl white aluminium, with fly screens, 2700x1200, 550x900 opaque, 900x900 opaque. $600 ono. 0404 044 354. Jan Juc.

GARDEN/ OUTDOOR OUTDOOR SETTING, cane, good order, glass table, six chairs, $300 ono. 5282-2112, 0418 993 713. Lara. ROSE PRUNING, home gardens. 0405 979 218. TREES CUT and pruned. Pension discount. 52782320, 0431 152 031.

BABY GOODS

STEREO, (record player), as new, $150 ono. 0419 595 845. Waurn Ponds.

ASSORTED, cot, mattress, jogger pram, bassinet, bed rail, EC. $400. 0409 941 648. Belmont.

STOVE, Whirlpool, electric, upright, white, freestanding, good working order, VGC. $75. 5243-7421 in pm. Highton.

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


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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 $60 CARPET CLEAN 3 rooms and hall. Phone Tony 0423 473 595.

DOMESTIC HOUSE CLEANER. Experienced, reliable and with references and ABN. Good hourly rate. Call Kerryn 0401 915 540.

EDUCATION AND TUITION ENGLISH/MATHS Tuition, Grade 5 - VCE, from $40 per hour. Experienced tutors. Your place or ours. 0404 155 958.

MASSAGE THERAPISTS AMAZING TOUCH Asian full body relaxation massage, 10am-midnight. Geelong, 0433 308 382. SWEDISH RELAXATION MASSAGE, Werribee, Monday-Sunday,10am8.00pm. Cost $50p/h. Students half price. Call for appointments. 0425 805 090.

PETS FREE to good home. Jack Russell, 2yo, male, not desexed and 3yo, female desexed cat. Owner moving. 0401 665 675. Clifton Springs.

DRIVERS & OPERATORS

FISH TANK, 2.5x1x1.5, fully equipped includes, fish, substrate, live rocks, H800 filter, heater, test kit. $350. 0448 913 389. Belmont. SHED, ex cattery, 3m x 1.8m, zincalume, includes gutter and small verandah. $300. 5255-2562. Wallington.

FOR SALE SADDLE, black, Bruce Smith, dressage, 16”. EC, $1,500. 0411 262 816. Clifton Springs.

BRIDAL AND DEB WEAR NEW WEDDING DRESS, size 14-18, lace up back, train, white, beads, embroidery, $400 ono. 0488 110 064. Geelong. WEDDING DRESS, white, size 12 - 16, thin straps (optional), crystal beaded bodice, princess skirt, lace up back, train, EC, dry cleaned, $1,000. 0407 048 276. Lara. WEDDING DRESS, white, 10, beading, lace-up back, train, stunning!, 3 x bridesmaid dresses, 1012, silver, chiffon, overlay, long, flowergirl dress, 10, white, all never worn! sell the lot $1,200. 0412 235 861. Herne Hill. WEDDING DRESS, stunning, long sleeves, satin/ pattern, size 10-12, EC, dry cleaned, $500. 0434 355 044. Lara. WEDDING DRESS, size 12-14, cream, satin bodice with beading, on or off the shoulder, tulle skirt, fingertip veil with headpiece. Shoes/bag to match, $300. 0402 802 401. Bannockburn.

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Stoddart Group is Australia’s leading supplier and installer of roofing products to the residential market. Due to growth we are seeking a trade qualified individual to join our Geelong team as a Site Supervisor in a full time permanent role. This position will involve; Site inspections, overseeing tradesmen’s work, OHS audits and roof measures. Ideally the successful applicant will be experienced and knowledgeable in all aspects of metal roofing, fascia and gutter.

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The Geelong Independent is offering a highly motivated and talented individual the opportunity to join our dynamic and progressive Advertising Sales Team. This position involves advertising sales, servicing the needs of local business, working closely with clients to achieve and exceed customer expectations, maintaining and developing an extensive client base while seeking out new business opportunities. Administration requirements include bookings and copy and lay-out are an important aspect of the job as are internal and external communication and teamwork. If you have 1. A background of demonstrated achievement in a sales or related environment 2. Previous experience selling advertising space would be looked on favourably 3. A desire to work closely with clients in achieving their objectives 4. A fundamental belief in the value of advertising 5. A sound understanding of business principles 6. An empathy for customer service and a desire to provide solutions 7. High level of communication and negotiating skills both oral and written 8. Knowledge and needs of the market and the ability to develop new opportunities 9. Current driver's licence and reliable vehicle 10. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Then we want to meet you! The rewards….. You will join a progressive team and a newspaper group with a proud record of service. Please send your resume to: Jason Stratford Advertising Sales Manager Level 1, 78 Moorabool Street, Geelong 3220. Email: jason.stratford@geelongindependent.com.au Applications close Friday, 22nd July 2011.

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sport Salmon dominate along coast as big snapper tempt hardy types onto bay MANY anglers bunkered amid wild winds over the past week but others who ventured out managed some outstanding captures. Offshore winds let surf anglers dominate the action. Although salmon were difficult to locate on the surf beaches amid the flat, clear water, anglers who fished the deep-water rock platforms found the fishing on fire. I landed a handful of fish on lure at Fairhaven on the weekend but a follow up session the following day off the rocks at Cinema Point produced a total of 30 salmon caught and released, the best just under 2kg. Paul Mare fished the rocks at the mouth of Erskine River where he caught around 30 fish on metal lures. Paul released most but kept a beauty of 2.3kg. Sam McGregor fished with a couple of mates at Spout Creek where they had no trouble taking home a feed of fish to 1.5kg caught on bluebait and surf poppers. Deben Zhang arrived from China to visit son Mark in Geelong and enjoyed a memorable fishing experience. Deben and Mark were casting soft plastics from the Point Lonsdale Pier when a massive 57cm salmon nailed Deben’s lure.

On the bite BRIAN LONG He landed the fish after a mammoth battle on light tackle but lost an even bigger fish a few minutes later when the hook on his jig head straightened out. The Barwon River estuary also continued offering reasonable numbers of salmon, with anglers advised to fish the rising tide when the water clears. Lures, either soft plastics or small metals, will work. Winter is traditionally the time of the year when quality snapper are caught from Corio Bay’s inner harbour and, while only small numbers of anglers have been prepared to brave the elements, some fantastic fish have been taken. John Kontogeorgis put in some long hours for a number of nice fish, his best around 7kg mark and taken last weekend. Paul Jeffries also worked hard to land a big red, catching a beauty of 9.1kg on fresh pilchard

Worth the trip: China’s Deben Zhang with a big Point Lonsdale salmon.

Recovered: Dylan Pace with a bream from Anglesea River. from the rocks at North Shore. Squid reports seemed to go from strength to strength, with bag-limit captures common along the south shore between St Leonards and Hermsley. Anglers in the know say water depth is critical, with the best

results coming from only two metres of water. The whiting action has also been great, with the St Leonards area producing quality fish over 40cm. Successful anglers have been using fresh squid and pippies on

the tide running off from high. Garfish were still present throughout the bays, although berley has been essential. The best captures have come from the inshore grass beds between Clifton Springs and St Leonards.

Garfish have also been landed from the fishing platforms near the Pivot pier. Perry St John cast soft plastics at North Shore rocks to land two nice salmon of 50cm each but a 1.6kg snapper really made his afternoon. Freshwater reports improved, with plenty of water in our lakes and gradual liberations of trout. Lake Ettrick has been clearly the best, with rainbows just under 1kg taking Powerbait, SX 40s and the new Lil Ripper clears in particular. Lake Ellingamite produced good numbers of quality brown trout up to 3kg, with lures accounting for the majority of fish. Bait anglers need either mudeye or minnow fished under bubble floats. Bream anglers should look to Anglesea River which has recovered remarkably with recent big tides. Plenty of small salmon and mullet are available but the quality of bream has excited anglers. Dylan Pace has been hammering the river for bream to 39cm on a variety of soft plastics, while Kirt Hall took seven fish over 35cm on Squidgy Critters. 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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COLAC finds itself in Geelong Football League’s match of the day against Bell Park at Hamlyn Park on Saturday after surprising all with victory over South Barwon last week. The Tigers stamped themselves as a top-five side with a whacking 59-point victory over the previously unbeaten South Barwon. Coach Matt Gibson will say he knew his boys had it in them but deep down he would be as surprised as anyone after they battled earlier in the year only to suddenly put on a giant-killing performance. In fact, when the two sides met earlier in the year Colac got thumped by 90 points and only kicked one goal. This weekend will show whether last week’s form was a flash in the pan because Bell Park is now on top of the ladder as a premiership fancy. Jake Carmody, Luke Theodore, Dan Casey and Lochlan Veale are in fine touch and give the side an extra bit of grunt when they fire at the same time. Bell Park has only lost one game for the year and is priming itself for an attack on the premiership. Recruit Michael Bright kicked two goals last week and his goal sense adds another dimension to a forward line already boasting the mercurial Jason Graham and Charlie Hallam. Dean Talbot and Ben Armstrong are showing no evidence of ageing and Steven Brown is as reliable as ever in the back line. If Colac can win this one it would cement its spot in the top five and send shivers down the spine of both South Barwon and Bell Park, who many think will be certain grand finalists. It will be close but expect Bell Park to exert its authority and take the points. Other selections: ST JOSEPHS v West Saints, ST MARY’S v Grovedale, SOUTH BARWON v Leopold, St Alban’s v LARA, North Shore v NEWTOWN.

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Friday 8th July 2011 THE BECKLEY CENTRE

07:10PM

(VIC time) $1095-310-155 Grade 5 460 Metres 28843 KORERO FSH S Hopkins (Junction Vill 100 $6.00 15745 BLITZ IT BELLA FSTDH L Collins (Lara) 92 $12.00 62518 ARTETA NBT D R Vigor (Lara) 90 $4.00 17 CARLINGFORD JIMY FSH P B Carter (Horsham) 83 $5.00 51 LEKTRA TRAIN 26.25 A L Dailly (Anakie) 80 $4.00 24644 SELYNYA MILLION 26.42 S A Coates (St Albans P 82 $10.00 1354 SISCO RETURN FSH J Galea (Lara) 70 $12.00 31636 NIK'S SPIRIT FSH R D Conway (Bunyip) 94 $6.00 *** NO RESERVE *** *** NO RESERVE ***

LEKTRA TRAIN (5) showed early pace to lead all of the way when winning his maiden here last week. He may overcome the middle draw and pinch another winning break. CARLINGFORD JIMY (4) can also race forward.

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(VIC time) $1165-330-165 Mixed 4/5 Heat 400 Metres 52316 CRUISY'S COURAGE [5] FSTDM J Cauchi (St Leonard 78 $9.00 51145 GIVEWAY BODELL [4] 22.91 B Graham (Hampton Pa 69 $9.00 27477 RED LIGHT ROONEY [4] 22.56 J D Frewin (Newtown) 71 $14.00 14356 FINBAR MCCOOL [4] FSTDC J Bahen (Yuroke) 92 $2.50 818 CHIKI REVENGE [5] FSH G R Hansen (Daisy Hill) 53 $17.00 43381 CARLANNA LAD [5] FSH K G Patterson (Bet Bet) 73 $9.00 31481 WALTER BALE (NSW)[5] FSH G J Bate (Lara) 83 $3.80 53243 ZABER [5] FSTDJ M Karamatic (Lara) 100 $6.00 74877 DYNA ZADAK (NSW)[5]Res. NBT S J Collins (Lara) 57 $15.00 76553 VIOLENT LEE [5]Res. FSH L M Allen (Darnum) 52 $17.00

FINBAR MCCOOL (4) is a city class performer who resumes after a short break. He may prove a bit too classy for this opposition. WALTER BALE (7) may appreciate the galloping room out wide.

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(VIC time) $1165-330-165 Mixed 4/5 Heat 400 Metres 65553 HOT CHANCE [5] NBT R L Fisher (Streatham) 75 $15.00 81731 CARBON STAR [4] 22.66 G S J Ennis (Sandhurst) 79 $6.00 28317 MONICA'S HOT [5] NBT T Womann (Lara) 79 $11.00 42832 APPROACHABLE [5] NBT D J Langley (Cranbourn 66 $14.00 11535 BRANDEEN MARNY [5] NBT L M Allen (Darnum) 90 $10.00 86411 BELLA CAPRI (TAS)[5] 22.74 G R Hansen (Daisy Hill) 70 $6.00 77867 MARIA BALE (NSW)[4] 22.61 S J Collins (Lara) 77 $15.00 74111 DO WAH DIDDY [4] 22.36 M W Baldock (Pearceda 100 $1.80 74877 DYNA ZADAK (NSW)[5]Res. NBT S J Collins (Lara) 58 $17.00 75545 ANNMALA MAGIC [5]Res. NBT M J Gibbons (Lara) 72 $12.00

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(VIC time) $1165-330-165 Mixed 4/5 460 Metres 31312 RYBENBROOK (NSW)[5] FSH J Thompson (Pearcedal 99 $5.50 18483 MALTA [4] FSH P Galea (St Albans) 89 $12.00 47521 DYNA KATE (NSW)[5] FSH G J Bate (Lara) 77 $7.50 17737 DARYA BALE (NSW)[4] FSTDG J Bate (Lara) 84 $9.00 15111 BLACK HOMBRE (NSW)[5] FSTDA J Britton (Lara) 89 $4.50 16521 PREMIER BOLONEY [5] NBT K M Bravo (Lovely Bank 88 $10.00 81168 PARAGON BUSTER [5] FSTDA L Dailly (Anakie) 76 $12.00 15112 DYNA TRON (NSW)[4] NBT A L Dailly (Anakie) 100 $2.50 *** NO RESERVE *** *** NO RESERVE ***

DYNA TRON (8) recently recorded a slick 29.48 Sandown Park win and consequently may prove too quick from the favourable alley. BLACK HOMBRE (5) is a rising talent who stopped the clock at 29.97 at The Meadows.

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(VIC time) $1095-310-155 Grade 5 Heat 596 Metres 45355 LIMBURG GEM NBT P G Reivers (Lara) 100 $6.50 84467 JETHRO BODINE FSTDB Divirgilio (Devon Mea 77 $8.00 46182 TIMBO FSTDG S J Ennis (Sandhurst) 99 $2.70 51145 BREATHE FEAR FSTDG Shingles (Eden Park) 87 $8.00 54556 NELLIE NOODLES (NSW) FSTDR J Britton (Lara) 89 $8.00 15715 MATTY'S GIFT (NSW) FSTDB F Dewan (Edithvale) 80 $10.00 23537 WADELOCK TIGER FSTDM J Clohesy (Stratford) 90 $5.00 65421 FACEMAN PECK 35.54 P F J Herry (Mortlake) 76 $12.00 86344 BLOW A KISS (QLD)Res. FSH A Langton (Anakie) 81 $10.00 42535 SAVE A BUNDLE Res. FSTDG J Bate (Lara) 78 $8.00

TIMBO (3) ran on solidly over 525m at The Meadows suggesting that the additonal ground of this event should be suitable. LIMBURG GEM (1) should race more forward from the rails draw.

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(VIC time) $1165-330-165 Mixed 4/5 Heat 400 Metres 17422 COONEY'S MEDAL [5] 22.63 R J Britton (Lara) 100 $2.50 38622 BELLA BIANCO (TAS)[5] NBT W E Hansen (Daisy Hill) 79 $8.00 75167 RELLIM RILEY [5] FSH T J Allen (Darnum) 77 $5.00 14143 CRUISY SUPREME [5] NBT M J Cauchi (St Leonard 82 $7.00 21564 SISCO SHADOW [5] 23.00 J Galea (Lara) 78 $14.00 31557 TIU JET (NSW)[4] 22.91 T R Breen (Snake Valle 65 $10.00 44138 MARA'S BOY (NSW)[4] 22.96 M Roberts (Bacchus Ma 76 $9.00 71846 MAGIC RUBBLE [5] FSTDT Womann (Lara) 89 $7.00 76553 VIOLENT LEE [5]Res. FSH L M Allen (Darnum) 57 $15.00 42536 MURRAY VIEW [5]Res. FSH H L Collins (Lara) 66 $15.00

DO WAH DIDDY (8) is a fast beginner who should simply be much too slick from the good draw. CARBON STAR (2) can race prominently from the favourable, inside alley.

COONEY'S MEDAL (1) can settle in a prominent position and subsequently finish too strongly for these rivals. RELLIM RILEY (3) may appreciate the relative drop in grade and improve.

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(VIC time) $1165-330-165 Mixed 4/5 Heat 400 Metres 22385 HOLSTEIN MISS [5] NBT T Womann (Lara) 97 $5.00 81253 ARALU BALE (NSW)[4] 22.73 S J Collins (Lara) 81 $9.00 14815 LEVER FOOTPRINT [5] FSH J L Stewart (Melton) 84 $7.50 T1277 WALK DON'T RUN [5] FSH L M Allen (Darnum) 78 $9.00 56118 CRUISY'S QUEEN [5] NBT J Cauchi (St Leonards) 83 $8.00 25111 DYNA GALA (NSW)[5] FSTDA L Dailly (Anakie) 89 $4.00 41841 ELLA ALLEN (NSW)[5] NBT G J Bate (Lara) 84 $9.00 15481 COSMIC DIVA [4] 22.76 D J Brown (Lara) 100 $4.00 75545 ANNMALA MAGIC [5]Res. NBT M J Gibbons (Lara) 79 $12.00 42536 MURRAY VIEW [5]Res. FSH H L Collins (Lara) 67 $17.00

COSMIC DIVA (8) is a seasoned and experienced competitor who is capable of leading all the way from the advantageous draw. DYNA GALA (6) can also race in a forward position and challenge.

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$1095-310-155 460 Metres 5161 SISCO BIG FSH J Galea (Lara) 17234 OXLEY DESTROYER (NSW) NBT P C Anderton (Devon M 14581 REYNARD'S KING 26.04 P A Bourke (Anakie) 64254 OUR PAL SAL (NSW) NBT P J Grills (Lara) 41277 ALVARO BALE (NSW) FSTDS J Collins (Lara) 13136 NAWALA MAHOGANY FSTDN Wynd (Lismore) 16346 LIMBURG ROGUE 26.29 C Reivers (Darley) 16764 CARLINGFORD FINN NBT P B Carter (Horsham) *** NO RESERVE *** *** NO RESERVE ***

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(VIC time) $1165-330-165 Mixed 4/5 520 Metres 34828 LIMBURG GOLD [5] NBT C Reivers (Darley) 94 $7.50 66416 FREDDY FLATHEAD [4] 30.59 R D Brook (Elliminyt) 82 $12.00 41348 BARRIQUE [4] FSH R J Britton (Lara) 97 $4.00 21258 NIRVANA KEROMA (NSW)[5] FSH A Azzopardi (Londonder 87 $10.00 767T6 DOZA CONTROL [5] FSTDD K Sheridan (Talbot) 53 $21.00 76148 DYNA FORTE (NSW)[4] FSTDJ D Freitas (Cringila) 96 $4.00 16173 RESILIENT [5] FSTDA Panetta (Melton West) 88 $7.50 FSTDG J Bate (Lara) 100 $3.50 13386 ALLEN ELROY (NSW)[4] *** NO RESERVE *** *** NO RESERVE ***

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10:28PM

(VIC time) $1165-330-165 Mixed 4/5 Heat 400 Metres 75281 SANDY BUBBA (NSW)[5] NBT E L Lloyd (Anakie) 95 $9.00 31217 SOUTHWOOD BARGE [4] 22.42 J J Geoghegan (Cranbo 87 $4.50 37845 TRAMIGO [5] FSTDL Delbridge (Balliang) 90 $12.00 16312 PARKER BALE (NSW)[5] 22.49 S J Collins (Lara) 100 $3.50 25233 CRUISY'S LORIAN [5] NBT M J Cauchi (St Leonard 95 $6.00 52183 SKAGWAY [5] NBT G S J Ennis (Sandhurst) 84 $4.50 11225 MAJOR COURAGE [4] 22.70 B L Hodgson (Mooroolb 77 $12.00 NBT T Womann (Lara) 93 $7.50 66276 FINEST RESULT (QLD)[5] 76553 VIOLENT LEE [5]Res. FSH L M Allen (Darnum) 62 $10.00 FSH H L Collins (Lara) 71 $12.00 42536 MURRAY VIEW [5]Res.

ALLEN ELROY (8) is a fast beginner who should enjoy the early shoulder room out wide and pinch a SOUTHWOOD BARGE (2) may find these rivals more to his liking and should race more prominently from the good draw. PARKER BALE (4) rarely runs a bad race these days and has the winning break on these rivals. DYNA FORTE (6) is a likely improver after resuming steadily at pace to overcome the middle draw. Sandown Park.

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08:47PM

(VIC time) $1095-310-155 Grade 5 Heat 596 Metres 67124 WADELOCK SAL FSTDM J Clohesy (Stratford) 100 $3.00 54474 FROMELLES FSTDG Watts (Lara) 76 $17.00 63212 CARLINFORD STEWY FSTDR D Conway (Bunyip) 78 $6.00 44351 OH CARITAS FSTDG Shingles (Eden Park) 63 $4.50 46856 AMERICAN MCGEE (NSW) FSH R J Britton (Lara) 85 $5.00 NBT M L Mallia-Magri (Lara) 80 $17.00 32675 ZIPPY GALORE (NSW) 67434 GALAXY HIGH FSH D B Curtain (Drouin) 83 $8.00 34467 LIMBURG POWER FSTDP G Reivers (Lara) 80 $9.00 86344 BLOW A KISS (QLD)Res. FSH A Langton (Anakie) 73 $10.00 42535 SAVE A BUNDLE Res. FSTDG J Bate (Lara) 70 $8.00

WADELOCK SAL (1) can settle in a winning position on or near the speed and subsequently finish too strongly for these rivals. AMERICAN MCGEE (5) may find these rivals more to his liking.

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Warren Pisano

Frank Burge

Ross Parke

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Tates Toyworld

Andrews & Parker

Frank Burge Cars

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Hawthorn v Brisbane Lions AU

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John Eren

Trevor Elsworthy

John Northwood

Joe Marruso

Daniel Roach

Vanessa Scarfone

Tom Mikac

Peter Smith

MP

Elsworthy Retravision

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Geelong Hawthorn Sydney Swans Essendon Collingwood St Kilda Carlton

Geelong Hawthorn Sydney Swans Essendon Collingwood Port Adelaide Carlton

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West Coast Eagles Hawthorn Sydney Swans Essendon Collingwood St Kilda Carlton

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Oliver Dojcinovski

Hot Shots Paintball Skirmish

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Harvey Norman Furniture

OJ’s Homemakers

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Geelong Hawthorn Sydney Swans Essendon Collingwood St Kilda Carlton

Geelong Hawthorn Sydney Swans Essendon Collingwood St Kilda Carlton

Geelong Hawthorn Sydney Swans Essendon Collingwood St Kilda Carlton

West Coast Eagles Hawthorn Sydney Swans Richmond Collingwood St Kilda Carlton

Geelong Hawthorn Sydney Swans Essendon Collingwood St Kilda Carlton

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Trevor Elsworthy Elsworthys Retravision

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John Eren MP

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