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Don’t you know it’s magic! ■ Marqo The Magician was busy at work at last weekend’s Cycle Dindi event held by the Rotary Clubs of Alexandra and Yea. Mark Bruere, probably best known for his community service as an ambulance officer, performed a number of magic shows at the Molesworth Station grounds for Cycle Dindi participants. Marqo is due to perform

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Yea, Kinglake due to play Saturday

published by the AFL Yarra Ranges when The Local Paper went to press. Players’ families were also awaiting publication of the Seymour District Junior Football League fixtures for footballers and netballers. In the senior competition, Kinglake finOther Murrindindi ished the 2016 season matches include Alex- with finals appearandra v Belgrave.and ances. is concentrating Yarra Glen v Thorn- thisYea year of building a ton Eildon. of young players, Also in the round: team help cement the Powelltown v Yarra to club’s future. Junction. Seville has the bye. A big crowd is expected at the Yea Rec■ A service will be reation Reserve for held at 1pm Friday football and netball (Apr. 7) at the Yea matches. Recreation Reserve Senior football clubrooms to celmatches are timed to ebrate the life of Mr start at 2.10pm. ReDavid Bruce Callserves matches comander, proceeding mence at 12.05pm. afterwards to the Yea will have four Yea Cemetery. netball teams in 2017. Fixtures had not been

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Philip Manicolo ■ Whittlesea Masonic Lodge members are mourning the passing of their colleague Philip Manicolo after a massive heart attack on Friday (Mar. 31).

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Top job for Rodney Lawson ■ Yea Olympian Rodney Lawson has been selected to the role of Appointed Director at Swimming Victoria for the next two years. Rod represented Australia in the 1992 Olympics, and the 1986, 1990 and 1994 Commonwealth Games. He achieved a Silver Medal in the 200m Breaststroke in 1990.

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Vale Robert Franklin Tate ■ A guard of honour of fellow Rotarians and members of the Ulysses Bike Club formed in Downey St, Alexandra, last Wednesday afternoon (Mar. 29) to remember the late Robert ‘Bob’ Franklin Tate. Born on March 28, 1933, and passing on Tuesday, March 21 (one week short of his 84th birthday), Bob Tate was remembered as a family man, for his professional work as a veterinarian, and for community involvement. Bob’s passing is mourned by Ann, David and Peter, supported by members of the local community. The service, at St Andrew’s Uniting Church,Alexandra, was led by Pastor Richard Lovett. Music included It’s Hard To Leave (The Seekers), How Great Thou Art, Perhaps Love (John Denver), Morning Has Broken, with a reading of A Time For Everything from Ecclesiastes. Musicians were Jocelyn Coates and Gillian Steward. The eulogy was offered by Anne Reid; with tributes offered by John Bassett of the Rotary Club of Alexandra, John Cook of the Ulysses Bike Club, and representatives from his field naturalist and bird watching groups. Refreshments, afterwards, were provided by the Uniting Church ladies. David Hibbert of Artworkz helped to create a special 42-page eSplash publication to honour Bob. Bob was born in Toorak to parents Alan Robert Tate and Amelia Mary Allen and grew up in Hampton. In 1938 he attended St Andrew's private kindergarten and private school near Kangaroo Flat with his sister Judith, who was four years his senior. He was then sent to Haileybury College in Hampton before being sent to board at Geelong Grammar School on his ninth birthday. At the time he was the youngest boarder at the school. Like many children of the day, his parents sent him to boarding school for his own safety, as there was great fear that the war with the Japanese would spill onto Australian shores. The school had a contingency plan in case of an invasion, and Bob was to be in the care of elder brother Geoffrey who at the time was in the senior school. During his orientation week at Geelong Grammar School he was

● Robert ‘Bob’ Franklin Tate introduced to the Natural History course, he spent around four years Society by the late Mr J B Ponder. developing life skills while workin on Bicycles and cars were in short wheat, sheep and cattle properties in supply, so his parents got him a bike Victoria. after he pestered them for sometime. He then spent 18 months working On Saturdays it was common for as a Laboratory Technician at the ICI boys to go on nature excursions Vet Lab at Merrindale, Croydon. called 'Saturday Parties'. In 1958, aged 25 years, Bob reThese were normally in groups connected with study and attended of three, but on some occasions Melbourne University. He then atteachers would also join in. Bird tended university in Brisbane where watching was an activity that Bob he studied Veterinary Science. took great interest in during these While still at university in excursions, as he did during school Brisbane, Bob met Ann Gibson and camps. they married on February 12, 1964, After leaving Geelong in 1949, at Trinity College, University of he attended Longerenong Agricul- Melbourne. tural School at Horsham from In early 1965 after graduating, March 1950 to January 1953. Bob first joined the Australian VetAt school Bob was a prefect and erinary Association, of which he redux of his class in his second and mained a lifelong member. Later that final years at Longerenong. He also year, their first son David was born. passed matriculation English which In 1965 Bob and Ann moved back resulted in a him receiving a schol- to Victoria, where Bob worked in the arship to Melbourne University to private Dandenong-based practice of study Agricultural Science. Bill Thompson and the late W However after failing his first Hogarth-Scott for 12 months. year due to a lack of interest in the They then moved to Ararat and

rented a home adjacent to the Ararat practice of the late Alan Marshall where Bob worked for another 12 months. The lack of independence and the pressure of being involved in a private practice resulted in him looking for new work opportunities. Bob and Ann explored Central Victoria looking for employment opportunities and in 1967 they settled in Alexandra. At this time, Alexandra only had visiting vets who would attend from other districts, so Bob and Ann considered the Alexandra district as ripe for the pickings. At this time there were more than 60 dairy farms in the Alexandra Shire alone, with around the same amount again in the Yea Shire. This number guaranteed there would be a steady amount of work available. A number of local farmers were so keen to see Bob stay in the district, that they contributed to a fund to help his family with initial rental costs. Their first clinic was run from a bedroom at the back of a house they rented at 20 Webster St in Alexandra. (located beside the medical clinic They converted a back room into a surgery, the verandah into an area for kennels, and nearby cupboards into storage cupboards. Their second child Peter was born in 1968 while they were living at this property. They ran the clinic in Webster St for a year, before moving into their second property on the corner of Nihil and Bayley Sts in 1968. The new property was their first purchase and cost them $9500. Again they converted a bedroom into a surgery. The garage and verandah were converted into kennels and used for storage. In late 1969 they purchased a home located diagonally across the street in Bayley St for $8500, retaining the corner block as an investment property. Again they used a bedroom of their home as a surgery and lived in the rest of the house In 1975 they purchased a 60 acre block on the outskirts of Alexandra, on the Goulburn Valley Hwy. In 1977 they sold the property on the corner of Nihil and Bayley Sts for $40,000 and used this money to build a home on the new block in 1977. Bob and Ann ran the practice in Alexandra for 20 years before deciding to change direction.

● Bob Tate They sold the practice to Doug Norman, who had moved from 'Dr Dusty Rhodes' in Colac. Bob worked part-time for Doug over the next eight years. In the meantime, they purchased a caravan hire business which they ran for the next 14 years, while continuing to work for Doug part-time. After eight years Bob formed an associate type practice with Doug, targeting an area in the Strathbogie Ranges, which worked in conjunction with the main practice. This practice continues to this day. Bob was an active member of the Apex Club for a number of years in the lead-up to joining the Rotary Club of Alexandra in 1969. He served as President of Rotary in 1988-89 and was a member of numerous other local groups including the Bird Observers, Field Naturalists and the Victorian Branch of the Ulysses Motor Bike Club and Artworkz. Bob had a great interest in motorcycles, which started when boarding with friend Peter Phillips back in College. Bob was involved in the local 1st Alexandra Boy Scouts, including serving as President of the Scout Committee. He was involved in the establishment of the Alexandra BMX Track in 1982 and served on its committee. Bob served as a long-term member of the Pony Club and put considerable time into the club, which his wife Ann had started in the 1960s. Bob also served on the Ambulance Committee in the 1970s and was a member for around eight years. In 1997 Bob became a volunteer at the Alexandra Information Centre. Bob fell ill in January this year and radiation therapy took him to the edge of life by the end of February. He continued to work as best he could.


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Molesworth Easter Bazaar and Auction 2017 Easter Saturday April 15 at 9.30am Molesworth Recreation Reserve A selection of Items for sale. Further entries invited. Motor vehicles, bikes and parts, Mowers Case Puma 140HP tractor 4710hrs front axle suspension excellent condition, Silage wrapper McHale HS2000 twin satellite excellent condition, Yamaha motto 4 quad bike, Aluminum sports bar for ute, Holden Rodeo 2002 rear light assembly, Ride on mowers Cub Cadet Model LT1081 18.5 HP, Cox model A10707J 13HP. Husqvarna 12hp 38"cut ,Rover push mower. 97 Hyundai Excel 144,000 km, Toyota Corolla x2, Double horse float, 1989 Yamaha DT 175 motor bike, 2 PTP winches, 1996 Nissan Navara 2.7D unreg., Farm and Workshop Hi Jet 800 pressure pump(new), 3 control valves, 3 x 10m flow switches, Yea Engineering utility cattle crush, Ajax piston pump, Arc welder, Mondi MD 5500 Generator, Honda GX 270 - 9.0 generator, Irrigation impulse heads with stand, Beehive lifts, Barbed wire roll, Cream separator, Cow headstall and side rail, SS trolley, 200l drum pump, Fire pump and tank, Dawn HD side vyce, ½ tonne block and tackle, 500 kg Ancor eng. Block and tackle, GMF 8" HD bench grinder on stand, Ryobi 150mm bench grinder on stand, GMC drop saw 2400w with laser, 6 x 4 steel trailer led lights new paint, 2.4 m aluminum step ladder, Cattle crush, Calf marking cradle, Meat saw, Timber meat safe, Silage grab fits JD loader, SH tractor tyres 28" and 34", 3 ptl fern slasher, 12.4.38" duals for Ferguson tractor, Tractor seat, Laundry tub, Shed cleanout of trays of nuts & bolts, 100 steel posts, 3 of12hp vertical shaft motors & one 8hp, 44 gal white paint, Gal 12mm althread nuts and bolts, 5&8mm welding rods, Chipper shredder PTO driven. Stock and dyes for steel pipe, Elec fence gear, Fire stomper trailer and pump, W ire spinner. Leisure and Garden OZ Trail Camping trailer 6x4 with annex and accessories, Men's 28" bike, 2 wheelie bins, Electric blower, Exercise bike, Gas Weber barbeque, Wheel barrow, 2 Aluminum step ladders, Red gum slab, Science telescope in metal box, Birds cage, Beer brewing kit, Medium Karacher and concrete sweeper, 26" Malvern star mirage 18 speed ladies bike, 26" Malvern Star Vertigo men's bike 18 speed, Basket ball and ring, 2 gas camping stoves, 2 jerry cans, Kids bikes, Large amount of rope, Fishing rods, 3 pr yakka overalls 97R in wrapper, Mobile gas barbeque, Steel workbenches with wooden tops x2, 3.4m alum tinny, Wayfarer pop top caravan 3'6m , 2 Oars, one paddle, 3 pairs motor bike pants, Army smock jackets, Ceramic ornaments, Outdoor shade frame with mosquito net, Household Fiberglass bath, Shower bath 1020 x 900 with shower screen to fit, Vanity cabinet with all plumbing fittings, Large mirror, Dux 315l elec hot water service, Pedastool, Overmantle, Breakfast table and stools, Folding 18 bottle wine rack, Chip heater, Namco pressure cooker, Wooden cash box, Fowler preserving jars 12 x size 20, Cane chair, Kambrook hotplate, 2 Hydronic heat panels, Sunbeam pizza grill, New shade sail 3.6x3.6, White ceramic tiles, Large tile cutter, Dining table with 6 chairs, Bar frig, Clothes dryer, Frisian cow hide floor rug, New mix master, Optidual duelmax air con / heater, Leadlight cabinet, Cane basket, P ortable cot, Range hood, Childs rocking horse, Fireplace spit barbeque, , Arbour 20 English Plane trees 1 2 m; 8 gardenia; 8 Illawarra flame trees; 500 eucalyptus tubes, Equestrian Double horse float, Assorted horse rugs and neck rugs, Bridle halter lead straps, Antiques 2 Furphy pig troughs, 2 Bakelite telephones, Lloyd loom blanket box, Queen ann table, Edwardian cupboard, Horse drawn single furrow plough, Fire surround, Old bottles, Kelso push lawn mower, Bread crock, Milk and Cream cans, Trewalla jack, Oil bottles, Broad axe, Coppers, Cross cut saw, Buggy lamps, Old car lamps, Old gates, Federation plant stand, 6 dining chairs, Qld hoop pine dining table and 6 chairs, Kitchen table, Bakers stand, Treadle sewing machine, Penny farthing bike, Collectable rabbit traps, Red road side lamp, Coach lamps, leg vyce, Army ammo tins, Pedal car, Ripple iron with printed Coca Cola logo, Furphy tank end, Furphy wheels, T model Ford 21" spoke rims x3, 19" spoke rims x 2, Large range of collectable items.

Visit our website at for an up to date list of sale items www.molesworth.info Publicans Booth, Breakfast, Lunch and Refreshments available on site Local produce and Craft will be sold at the Molesworth Community Hall Further information, Contact Les Ridd on 57 976 252 or 0427 310 213 Proceeds to local and district charities and amenities


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In Our Schools Flowerdale election

■ School Council elections have been conducted at Flowerdale Primary. Principal Sandra Horwood has announced the names of the successful candidates: Hayley Harper, Rebecca Lund and Ashley Cook. Casey Herweynen has volunteered to contribute to the school as a member of the Master Plan Committee.

Damage at Yea PS

■ Last month’s storm in Yea caused “huge” damage at the Primary School destroying the large shade cloth from the concrete area and many tree limbs came down, particularly on the east side of the oval, says Principal Debbie George. “Chris Cummins, Amanda Jolly, Jim Garlick, Raelene Mold, John Purvis, Ian Porter, Tom Butterworth, Terry Redding and many of their children spent many hours here on Saturday cleaning up and cutting down a damaged tree. “There is s ll some work to complete but a cherry picker is required. Thank you to all these wonderful men who are always prepared to give up their time to support our school. The shade cloth is being replaced as we were covered by insurance,” Ms George said.

Term II resumes

■ Students from many local schools started their holidays on Friday (Mar. 31). A number of schools start Term II on Tuesday, April 18 (Easter Tuesday).

Harmony at Yea

■ Harmony Day was held at Yea Primary School last Thursday (Mar. 30). There were many many multi-ged activity groups of students dressed in orange, working together

Sacred Heart visit

■ Cyril, the two-week-old lamb, visited students at Sacred Heart Parish School, Yea, last week. There was an Easter paraliturgy and the silver coin trail competition conducted on Friday (Mar. 31). The 5/6 class had the longest silver coin trail. Aet of Sphero robots from the University of Adelaide will beon loan for Term 2 for the benefit of Sacred Heart students. Technology is at forefront at SHPS. The School successfully applied to Catholic Education Melbourne for a science and technology grant to purchase a 3D printer.

Local News

Stoccos sentenced to 40 years’ jail ■ Father-and-son crime duo Gino and Mark Stocco, who terrorised the Murrindindi community, have been sentenced to 40 years in jail. The pair faced Court in Sydney on Friday, and were sentenced for: ■ murder, ■ destroying property with fire, ■ discharging a firearm to resist arrest, ■ gun offences, ■ driving ofences, and ■ stolen goods offences. Gino Stocco, 59, and son Mark, 37, were at the centre of a high-scale hunt in late 2015 throughout Yea, Glenburn, Murrindindi and Toolangi. Yea became a hub for Police as a nationwide hunt was underway. The pair drove through a Police checkpoint at Castella on October 22, 2015. There were reported sightings of the father-and-son fugitives at Euroa, Violet Town and Glenburn.

Alex. Easter Fair

● Gino and Mark Stocco: sentenced to 40 years’ jail After their arrest farming equipment was later found near Dubbo, a national were the target of their dumped in bushland. TV program revealed destruction. A Police informant how the Stoccos had In one case, the gave information on caused tens of thou- Stoccos drilled almost the location of the sands of dollars dam- 100 puncture holes Stoccos. They were age at the Glenburn into equipment to show arrested on October property of the Zipsin their venegeance. 28, 2015. family. The Stoccos shot at Yea became the The Stoccos would Police whilst they were centre for Police operaseek work on farms, on the run. tions during the manand would turn on their They were caught hunt. Helicopters were employers over per- after ending up at a parked at the Recreceived slights. cannabis property at ation Reserve. Properties were ‘Pinevale’ in New The pair were spotvandalised on a large South Wales. ted by Police at scale, Police said. Gino Stocco shot Castella, leading to a Total damage to Rosario Cimone in the high-speed chase. properties was in the stomach twice, urged Media crews demillions of dollars. by his son. scended on Yea during Sheds, machinery and Cimone’s body the manhunt.

Council works delay blamed for Yea floods

Drive in at Eildon

■ A Dive-In Movie Night is planned for Eildon Primary School for Saturday, April 22, at the Eildon Community Centre Car Park. Movies to be exhibited will be Moana and Finding Dory. Gates open at 6pm for a 7pm screening. Prices are $25 per car; $5 walk-in. All children under 14 must have parental supervision. Confectionery and take-away food will be available prior to the start and at interval.

Dindi road plan

■ Murrindindi Shire Council has conducted a review of its Road Management Plan. Purpose of the review is to ensure the standard s of inspection, maintenance and repair of the roads are safe, efficient and appropriate for use by the community. A copy of the Council’s proposed Road Management Plan may be inspected at the Council Offices, Alexandra, Yeaand Kinglake or on Council’s website at www.murrindindi. vic.gov.au by searching ‘Road Management Plan’. Members of the public are invited to make written submissions on the proposed Road Management Plan by Monday, May 1.

Syllabus soon ■ Carlie Underwood of Yea Community House says the Term II syllabus is with the printer, and will be released soon. The Community House had an extraordinarily busy schedule for the first term of the year.

Market this Sat.

■ The Alexandra Market is scheduled to take place this Saturday (Apr. 8) with the usual variety of popular stalls. The Alexandra Market is held in the grounds of the former railway station in Station St.

Blue Light Disco

■ A Blue Light Disco was held at the Yea Shire Hall last Friday (Mar. 31) with Prep.Grade 6 students celebrating the final day of Term 1 of the school year.

School helps RSL

■ Yea Primary School will help with the catering at the Yea RSL Sub-Branch, Snodgrass St, after the ANZAC Day amrch on Tuesday, April 25.

Sporting grant

Breakfast at Alex.

Eric at Rotary

■ The Alexandra Easter Fair will be held at Rotary Park, Alexandra, on Sunday, April 16. There will be 50 stalls, kids’ rides, children's amusements, wine tasting, local food and more.

■ A Mothers Day breakfast is being planned at Yea Primary School for Friday, May 12. The event is scheduled for 8am-9am at the barbecue area. All mothers, grandmothers and aunts are invited to attend. A photo booth will operate on the day.

■ A volunteer is sought to assist with the Breakfast Club at Alexandra Primary School, between 8am-9am on Mondays during term. Volunteers should contact the School Office.

■ The 40th annual Molesworth Easter Bazaar will be held on Saturday next week (Apr. 15). The auction will be held at the Molesworth Recreation Reserve, and there will be stalls at the Molesworth Hall. ■ Cr Eric Lording wore Air Force camouflage gear when he attended the Rotary Club of Yea meeting as guest speaker at the Yea Golf Club house on Thursday (Mar. 30). Cr Lording spoke on medical and aviation matters, and brought a sword for Rotarians to inspect. Member Elaine White, formerly with the Air Force, also wore her former uniform, as part of the theme.

For Mothers Day

■ Dixons Creek Primary School received a Sporting Schools Grant for Term 1. Sporting events included an AFL Girls Gala Day last Thursday (Mar. 30), and a Melbourne Victory Soccer Day.

Just Briefly Bazaar at Molo.

● Graeme Clements ■ Former Yea Water Board identity Graeme Clements blames Murrindindi Shire Council’s inattention to the Craigie St drain for last month’s flood damage in High St. “The Craigie St drain has been neglected once again by the Shire Council,” said Mr Clements. “It was probably the main cause for flooding in the main street during the storm.” He said the Council sent a truck and backhoe to clean the drain and the debris, after the flood occurred. “Half the drain was partly cleared and a lot of debris remain but no further work has been carried out. “This drain carries the major part of the town central stormwater and should be

Easter: St Luke’s

● Flood waters in High St, Yea late last month. Photo: Facebook/Belinda McGovern Dean tained on a regular basis at posted on the yea.com.au website by Debbie Redding. least annually. The sudden flood in High St, “The Council wonders why they cop flack but it appears Yea, came on Monday night, that Yea is out of sight and out March 20, when 26mm of rain fell in 40 minutes. of mind,” Mr Clements said. Wind gusts of up to 90-kmh Mr Clements made his comments after photos of de- were recorded in the storm (Lobris in the Craigie St drain were cal Paper, Mar. 22).

■ The St Luke’sAnglican Church, Yea, has a number of Easter services planned, starting next week, according to the Parish website. Maundy Thursday. Sung Eucharist and Liturgy of Foot washing, 6.30pm Good Friday. Ecumenical Passion Liturgy, 9am. Ecumenical Stations of the Cross, 10am Easter Day. Vigil Liturgy and Sung Eucharist, 6am. Parish Breakfast, 8am. Family Eucharist, 9.30am

Bollygum Market

■ The Bollygum Community Market will be held this Sunday (Apr. 9) at Bollygum Park, Kinglake. ● Contribute your local news, and event listings, for free publication. editor@LocalPaper.com.au


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● Mac and James Yorston ■ It is 33 years ago this week in April 1984 that we purchased the Yea newspaper business from Tom Dignam. One of the first Yea district people that we met was the late John Yorston, who farmed at Highlands. John was killed in a tragic farm accident in the late 1980s. So it was a special surprise for Long Shots to catch up with James Yorston, son of John and Nola, at the Cycle Dindi event last weekend, organised by the Rotary Clubs of Alexandra and Yea. These days, James is involved with the Melbourne Business School in areas of leadership. He is a keen cyclist, and has participated in a number of cycle tours in Europe as well as Australia. James recalls that when the Great Victorian Rail Trail was first mooted, there was opposition, with some people predicting that it would upset animals on adjoining properties. If ever anyone needed convincing of the success of the Trail, then the Cycle Dindi event proves it. At ‘Nutfield’,on Native Dog Creek Rd, the Sinclair family showed guests how a sheep and cattle farm operates. ● Rob Simons of Guildford and Kevin Drape of At the Molesworth Station, Strathmore take part in the Cycle Dindi event ‘Marqo The Magician’ perheld by the Rotary Clubs of Alexandra and Yea. formed his magic.

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From Our Files - 30 Years Ago Tuesday, April 7, 1987 ■ Thirty years ago, we were celebrating a “record-size” 28-page issue of Yea’s local newspaper. Yea Football Club President John Quinlan joined the paper to present his ‘Quinny’s Corner’ column, Tom Dignam resumed his football match reports, and Flowerdalepublican John ‘Mazza’ Bergowicz was sponsor of the ‘Best Player of the Year’ award.

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Editor’s Diary

● A rail motor at Molesworth Railway Station. The railway arrived in 1890 and the station was closed in 1978.

Elle on move

■ We are told that Elle Shaw is no longer Community Reporter at the Alexandra Standard-Yea Chronicle. That is a pity because the Gobur resident added real news and crisp captioned photos to our contemporaries’ pages. Some of Elle’s final work was a threepage feature on the Kinglake bush kinder. No Yea Chronicles appear to have arrived at thier Kinglake outlet last week.

■ Yea Shire Engineer, Stan Kisler, came under vigorous fire of Councillors over local roads in April 1987. Cr Ian Bell, leading the attack, said Mr Kisler: ■ Charged some people, and did not charge others,a 7½ per cent engineering cost surcharge for roads, ■ Made unnecessarily expensive restrictions on a road proposed for a Highlands subdivision planned by Ms M. Morris, ■ Produced “remarkably inconsistent figures” in relation to road projects with the Shire, ■ Had set no firm guidelines on road projects for subdivisions, ■ Failed to produce comparable figures for different road projects.

‘Pretty attendants’

● Vicki Clements and Lisa Canning ■ Attendants for the former Karen McLeish, daughter of Mr and Mrs John McLeish, were Vicki Clements and Lisa Canning, at the wedding to Graeme Chisholm, son of Mr and Mrs Don Chisholm, held at St Luke’s Anglican Church, Yea. A reception followed at Yea Shire Hall.

School numbers

■ Enrolment figures for schools within Yea Shire in 1987 were: Flowerdale Primary School, 68; Glenburn, 27; Highlands, 15; Kinglake East, 106; Middle Kinglake, 50; Sacred Heart, 49; Yea, 151; Yea High School, 295.

Units at Molesworth

■ Molesworth hotelier Bill Morris applied to build a four-unit motel alongside the hotel. The plan included an office and residence, Yea Council was advised.

$13,000 damages

■ Vandals caused $13,000 damages to the old Kinglake East Primary School, Yea Council was told. The offenders broke every window and skylight, damaged walls, doors and roofing. The Kinglake District Community Association abandoned its campaign to use the old building.

Tigers defeated

■ Yea’s Firsts and Seconds performed impressively at The Rec. in their first practice match for the 1987 season against ReservoirLakeside, we reported. Reservoir-Lakeside 14.12 (96) d Yea 13.8 (86). Brendan Dignam played an impressive game in the back pocket, contesting ruck duels.


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Your Stars with Kerry Kulkens ARIES: (March 21-April 20) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 5,6,7,8, Lotto Numbers: 1,14,23,26,34,45, Be very careful with what you say or do, especially in front of bosses or work colleagues. Make sure you understand the situation before making decisions. Some could start on a health and fitness program. TAURUS: (April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Mauve Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 3,7,3,4, Lotto Numbers: 1,8,24,35,41,22, A rather stressful time on the domestic scene. Try to keep your cool, your mate may be just having a bad trot. Be very careful when driving and an reoccurring aliment may trouble you if you don't look after yourself. GEMINI: (May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Wednesday Racing Numbers: 5,7,4,5, Lotto Numbers: 1,5,13,32,31,11, Do not try to force your opinion on others, this will only make matters worse. Bide your time, some very useful information could give you the trump card.A little windfall is indicated. CANCER: (June 22- July 22) Lucky Colour: Orange Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers:6,8,3,5, Lotto Numbers: 1,15,23,34,41,22, A rather lucky period is indicated. News from overseas is very good. You should enter competitions or games of chance, the luck is there. Don't try to take on more than you can handle as this will be detrimental to your health. LEO: (July 23-August 22) Lucky Colour: Cream Lucky Day: Saturday Racing Numbers: 8,9,3,4, Lotto Numbers: 1,14,23,35,42,33, Avoid any arguments or agrumentive people, keep quiet and just walk away from it. You could be in for some hot romance. Keep taking good care of your health and any viruses or diseases will not affect you. VIRGO: (August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Apricot Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 1,5,2,3, Lotto Numbers: 1,14,23,35,7,22, You could be very disappointed in a relationship. Best to face reality and don't try to live in a world of make believe. Taking revenge is not worth the trouble. Health and energy levels are good.

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Middle Kinglake kids at leadership day ■ Three Middle Kinglake Primary School Grade 6 students - April Darkin, Samuel Gambin and Emilee Donnelly travelled to the Melbourne Convention Centre on Monday last week (Mar. 27) to join more than 4000 other primary school students and participate in the National Young Leaders’ Day imagiNATION. The day was packed with inspirational speakers who delivered strong messages about their leadership journeys. Motto for the day was “Together We Can”. Principal Meagan Callander said that the day is always valuable, providing the students with lots of ideas about leadership that can be put into practice on their return to school. The students would like to thank the school PFA for providing the funds for them to attend.

● From left: Emilee Donnelly, Samuel Gambin, April Darkin

LIBRA: (September 24- October 23) Lucky Colour: Pink Lucky Day: Monday Racing Numbers: 1,4,1,2, Lotto Numbers: 1,13,12,28,7,5, Be extra careful with legal documents, read the fine print and ask for expert advice. A good period for romance is indicated. Try to get plenty of rest for there are hectic times ahead. SCORPIO: (October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Green Lucky Day: Fawn Racing Numbers: 1,1,4,7, Lotto Numbers: 1,14,23,34,41,22, A very hectic social scene plenty on offer.You should be able o mix business with pleasure and come out on top. Take good care of your health, or your batteries may run out otherwise. SAGITTARIUS: (November23- December20) Lucky Colour: Silver Lucky Day: Sunday Racing Numbers: 5,7,6,3. Lotto Numbers: 1,14,23,34,45,5, Best to make your intentions clear from the start where your partner is concerned other wise there could be some misunderstandings and then trouble could flare up. You have been feeling a little off lately it should all come right. CAPRICORN: (December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Yellow Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 1,3,2,4, Lotto Numbers: 1,13,23,34,45,22, Do not let small minded people make you loose your temper. It will only make trouble for you.Also be careful with what you say, some people have very thin skins. Your health should be good if you didn't let yourself go. AQUARIUS: (January 20- February 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Lucky Day: Friday Racing Numbers: 4.8.9.5. Lotto Numbers: 1,14,23,34,35,44, The unexpected may be beneficial for you. What seems at first a bit of ad luck may turn out good for you. A meeting with someone could bring a romantic interlude into your life PISCES: (February 20- March 20) Lucky Colour: Orange Lucky Day: Tuesday Racing Numbers: 8,4,5,6,7 Lotto Numbers: 5,8,13,21,19,44, Some big changes in your working life and celebrations in the family. Romance should improve and more attention from the right quarters for your working conditions.

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● From left: Meagan Callander, April Darkin, Samuel Gambin, Emilee Donnelly

Murrindindi News Briefs

School holiday programs ★ are being run today (Wed., Apr. 5) and April 12 at

the YWater Discovery Centre at Yea Wetlands. The activities are for primary school aged children. Gold coin donation appreciated.

Buxton Ridge was the ★ first in a series of wineries to be showcased as part of

Murrindindi East U3A’s “Know Your Local Wines and Wineries” Course which started last month, reports the Marysville Triangle News. “Around 30 U3A members visited Buxton Ridge over two Fridays and learnt about wine production, tasted the range of quality wines on offer and enjoyed a gourmet platter of local products while tak ing in the view over the vineyard.

This year's Murrindindi ★ Business Awards applications are closing on Sunday

(Apr. 9). "We want to celebrate business excellence in Murrin-dindi Shire," says organiser Brad Quilliam.

Federal Transport Min ★ ister Darren Chester inspected the North East rail line

on Monday with Senator Bridget McKenzie.

Here’s where to grab your weekly copy ● ALEXANDRA. Foodworks. 102 Grant St. ● ALEXANDRA. Landmark Real Estate. 56 Grant St. ● ALEXANDRA. Murrindindi Shire Offices. Perkins St. ● ALEXANDRA. Newsagency. 82-84 Grant St. ● ALEXANDRA. Simpsons Fuel. 25 Aitken St. ● ALEXANDRA. Totally Trout. 2/42 Downey St. ● BUXTON. Post Office. 2187 Maroondah Hwy. ● DIAMOND CREEK. Newsagency. 62A Main Hurstbridge Rd. ● DOREEN. General Store. 920 Yan Yean Rd. ● EILDON. Foodworks. 18 Main St. ● ELTHAM. Newsagency. 2/963 Main Rd. ● FLOWERDALE. Community House. 36 Silver Creek Rd. ● FLOWERDALE. Hazeldene Store. 6 Curlings Rd. ● FLOWERDALE. Hotel. 3325 WhittleseaYea Rd ● GLENBURN. United Petroleum. 3883 Melba Hwy. ● HEALESVILLE. Newsagency. 195 Maroondah Hwy. ● HURSTBRIDGE. Newsagency 800 Heidelberg-Kinglake Rd. ● KANGAROO GROUND. General Store. 280 Eltham-Yarra Glen Rd. ● KINGL AKE. Bakehouse. 10 WhittleseaKinglake Rd. ● KINGL AKE. Foodworks. 12 Main St. ● KINGL AKE. Library. 19 WhittleseaKinglake Rd. ● KINGL AKE. Pub. 28 WhittleseaKinglake Rd. ● KINGL AKE. United Petroleum. 2 Kinglake-Glenburn Rd. ● LAURIMAR. Newsagency. 8/95 Hazel Glen Dr. ● LILYDALE. Newsagency. 237 Main St. ● MANSFIELD. Foodworks. 119 High St. ● MERNDA VILL AGES. Post Office. 50 Mernda Village Dr. ● MARYSVILLE. Foodworks. 49 Darwin St. ● MOLESWORTH. Hungry Horse Hotel. 4364 Goulburn Valley Hwy. ● MOLESWORTH. Store.4353 Goulburn Valley Hwy. ● NARBETHONG. Black Spur Inn. 436 Maroondah Hwy. ● PHEASANT CREEK. Flying Tarts. 888 Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd. ● PHEASANT CREEK. Store. 884 Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd. ● RESEARCH. Post Office. 1544 Main Rd ● SEYMOUR. Newsaqgency. 66 Station St ● ST ANDREWS. Store. 10 Caledonia St. ● STRATH CREEK. Post Office. 8 Glover St. ● TAGGERTY. Store. 26 Taggerty-Thornton Rd. ● THORNTON. Store. 1365 TaggertyThornton Rd. ● TOOLANGI. Tavern. 1390 Myers Creek Rd. ● WATTLE GLEN. Peppers Paddock General Store. 13 Kangaroo GroundWattle Glen Rd. ● WHITTLESEA. Bowls Club. 101 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Champions Supa IGA. 2/ 16 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. El-Azar Milk Bar. 13 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Foodworks. 65 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Newsagency. 45 Church St. ● WHITTLESEA. Royal Mail Hotel. 29 Beech St. ● YARCK. Hotel. Maroondah Hwy. ● YARCK. Store. 6595 Maroondah Hwy ● YARRA GLEN. IGA. 1/38 Bell St. ● YARRA GLEN. Newsagency. 32 Bell St. ● YEA. Amble Inn Cafe. 24 High St ● YEA. Bakery. 44 High St. ● YEA. BP. 31 High St ● YEA. Cafe Christies. 17 High St ● YEA. Country Woman. 6 Station St. ● YEA. Foodworks. 10 High St ● YEA. Library. 15 The Semi-Circle ● YEA. Manna Fest. 94 High St. ● YEA. Marmalades. 20 High St ● YEA. Mint and Jam. 46 High St ● YEA. Newsagency. 74 High St ● YEA. Peppercorn Hotel. 21 Station St. ● YEA. Provender Bakery. 56 High St ● YEA. Rendezvous. 10 High St ● YEA. Royal Mail Hotel. 88 High St. ● YEA. Take-Away. 68 High St


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Local News Rescue task ■ Yea Fire Brigade assisted at a multiagency high angle rescue incident on Sunday night (Apr. 2) involving fellow CFA and Melbourne Metropolitan Fire Brigade firefighters, and Victoria State Emergency Service members.

Dinner at YFNC ■ The first Thursday night dinner for the 2017 season will be tomorrow (Apr. 6). John and Marilyn Brick will be serving roast pork. Dinner will be served at 7.15pm. Cost remains at $10 per adult $5 for children. After the Kinglake game on Saturday (Apr. 8) club followers will be treated to woodfired pizza for $10 per person. Drinks at bar prices.

‘Bee’ at Kinglake ■ Last Saturday (Apr. 1) saw a working bee at Kinglake Fotball-Netball Club to prepare for the season. Volunteers are asked to bring gardening tools/wheelbarrows to assist in the clean-up tasks.

Deb ball at M’ville ■ The Alexandra Secondary College Debutante Ball was held on Saturday night (Apr. 1) at the Marysville Community Centre.

Golfers’ trip ■ Some 19 Yea Golf Club players took to the magnificently groomed fairways of the Pambula-Merimbula Golf Course last week for the final round of the annual trip away tournament. Club Captain Gary Pollard returned a fine 36 points to win the men’s daily comp and honorary member, (visiting from Mornington GC) Trish Wech won the ladies’ comp. with an excellent 31points. Ladies Tour winner was Adrianne Anglin Men’s Tour winner was Gary Pollard.

Win for St Mary’s ■ Whittlesea St Mary's Primary School boys’ cricket team went through the season undefeated, winning their final match by one run against Hazel Glen. They now move into the regional competition. The girls’ cricket team and the soccer teams also enjoyed success in Term I.

Lessons about dogs ■ Whittlesea Primary School’s Foundation, Year 1 and 2 students had a special visitor on Monday Last week (Mar. 27). Jess from the Responsible Pet Ownership program came to meet with students, offering tips on how to approach and care for dogs.

RSL mural activity ■ Final stages of painting the Alexandra RSL mural are taking place over the Apriul 1-2 and 708 weekends Young people are invited to ring Anna Baker (0468 359 880) to secure their spot on the More Murals painting team. Alternatively, just turn up at the RSL building on Grant St (next to the UT Creek bridge) at 9am this Saturday ((Apr. 8) and introduce yourself to project artist Russell Danby. Russell and local young people (aged 1218) will work together on site each morning to colour the mural. Afternoons will be dedicated to free art and design workshops facilitated by Russell at Oasis (118 Grant St). All materials will be supplied. These workshops will cover such skills development as Chinese brush painting techniques, as well as tone, form, perspective and in particular how to layer paint to create depth. Murrindindi Shire-based filmmakers David and Evi are facilitating the filmic storytelling over both weekends to make a short movie of the exercise. This will be a significant opportunity for young people interested in learning about filmmaking, from storyboarding to final edit and upload. - Contributed

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Passing of Bruce Callander ■ A service to celebrate the life of Mr David Bruce Callander will be held on Friday (April 7) at 1pm at the Yea Recreation Reserve clubrooms, followed by a burial at the Yea Cemetery. Arrangements are in the hands of William Matthews Funerals. Bruce passed away peacefully at the Yea Hospital on Saturday (April 1), aged 73 years. He had been a patient at the Repatriation Hospital, Heidelberg. He was husband of Pauline for 48 years. He was father of Meagan and Anthony, and father-in-law of Jennifer. He was grandfather of Louis and Nina. Bruce was a popular Yea district man. He participated in local sport including with the Football Club and Golf Club. Tigers President Brad Watts told members: “ The Callander family are valuable members of our local community. This is a difficult time for the family and I'm sure we can provide a fitting farewell for Bruce.”

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● Bruce Callander, circa 1990 By Ashley Geelan

Forum raises school concerns ■ The community forum at Kinglake raised concerns about the lack of a local high school and loss of connectivity among local youth. These were cited by members of the public to Councillors major factors in Kinglake Ranges community disconnection. Murrindindi Shire last week hosted a series of 'Have Your Say' forums with 52 Kinglake residents attending Tuesday (Mar. 28) night’s forum at the Kinglake Community Centre. The evening, hosted by Anne Leadbeater, used the 'world café' method using four focus groups to discuss three key questions across eight tables. ■ What do you like about living in your community?' ■ What would make your community a better place to live?' ■ What do you think the new Murrindindi Shire Council should focus on?' Community forums were also held across Murrindindi Shire in Alexandra (Mar. 27), Marysville (Mar. 30) and Yea (Apr. 1). The forums are based on past surveys from residents that had been placed in local businesses and community spaces throughout the shire inviting the community to have their say on any issue that concerned them. "There was such a buzz and enthusiasm around the room," said Anne Leadbeate. "(It's) great to see so many people out and engaging with their communities" Cr Eric Lording, spokesman for table one, stated the evening was "a really interesting way of doing things". "I think we've got some really good stuff … now we just got to make absolutely sure we do something with it," Cr Lording said. Following the discussions, an issue often raised during Kinglake's Have Your Say open forum was a lack of connectivity for local children who must travel 'off the (Kinglake) hill' to secondary school in Yea, Diamond Creek, Whittlesea, Seymour or elsewhere. Whilst "a high school is a State Government matter the lack of one does have a significant impact on the local community," spokesman for said Stuart McConnelly,m spokesman for another focus group. "This causes local families including both long term residents and families new to the area to move away from Kinglake to be closer to their children's secondary school." "Whilst not a council issue, perhaps we could advocate with the State Government," Ms Leadbeater said. Another issue raised was road safety, especially during Kinglake's winter fogs and the need - though again a State Government responsibility- for yellow line marking. Roads in high fog mountain areas in NSW. such as the Blue Mountains and Bathurst districts all use yellow line marking, The forum used four focus areas and the three key questions to discuss 'spaces, places and living well' (green tables); 'strong connected communities' (blue tables); 'prosperity and op-

Local People High-flyer Eric

● Anne Leadbeater

● Cr Leigh Dunscombe portunity' (pink tables) and 'serving the community' (yellow tables). The world café method is described by founder Juanita Brown as a method that "uses seven design principles and a simple method; the World Café is a powerful social technology for engaging people in conversations that matter," that "(is) a way of thinking and being together sourced in a philosophy of conversational leadership," states the world café website. - Ashley Geelan

● Jane Carmen, Murrindindi Shire

● Cr Eric Lording in RAAF ‘camo’ gear at Yea Rotary on Thursday Photo: Ken Foletta ■ Murrindindi Councillor Eric Lording and wife Faye were guests of the Rotary Club of Yea at its meeting on Thursday (Mar. 30), with Eric speaking of his days in the Royal Asustralian Air Force. Rotarian Elaine White arrived in her former Air Force uniform. Cr. Lording spoke on his RAAFResearch Scientist experiences. He was dressed for the part, uniform, helmet and sword. Elaine White complemented his presence by attending in her RAAF uniform. When Elaine approached Eric hand saluted; he did a VIP ceremonial sword response to her salute. Eric was an ex-dairy farmer studying in Melbourne when conscription for the Vietnam War was announced. He decided to join the RAAF to become an Engineering Officer. Some 2000 applied. He did four years of officer training and engineering study, originally signing up for Mechanical Engineering and then being ordered immediately to take the Electrical Engineering stream instead. He later found out that this was because the F111 aircraft was coming which needed people with electrical and aeronautical engineering experience due to the aircraft being the first ‘fly-by-wire’ computer controlled aircraft. He was then sent to Aeronautical Research Laboratories at Fishermen’s Bend for five years, gaining experience in the Transonic Wind Tunnel . He showed two videos: ejection seat training rig (explosive), and explosive ejection seat leaving aircraft. Another side of high performance flight is the effects of G Force on the body. You must force the air into your lungs with each difficult breath. Terry Hubbard had the honour of thanking Eric. He said after the 2009 fires Eric was project manager for the Murrindindi Shire Council and tended to break the rules and get things done because of his rebellious nature. - Contributed

● Elaine White Photo: Ken Foletta


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CALL ANDER David Bruce (Bruce). Passed away peacefully at the Yea Hospital on Saturday, April 1, 2017, aged 73 years. Loved and loving husband of Pauline for 48 years. Much loved and proud father of Meagan and Anthony and father in law of Jennifer. Adored and proud Poppy of Louis and Nina. Forever in our hearts.

CALL ANDER David Bruce. A service to celebrate the life of Mr David Bruce Callander will be held on Friday, April 7 at 1pm at the Yea Recreation Reserve clubrooms followed by a burial at the Yea Cemetery.

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CHURCH NEWS The Rev. Michelle Wood has been posted to St Luke's Anglican Church Yea to assist Fr Thomas Leslie. “I am married to the Rev. Paul Wood, who is based at St John's Alexandra,” Michelle told The Local Paper. “Paul and I have five grown children- only one still at home and is completing VCE this year. “We live on 22 acres of land comprised of bush and hills just out of Mansfield. There we grow vegetables, live off solar and rain water attempting to minimise our eco-footprint. It is a beautiful place and a simple lifestyle. “I have almost completed a PhD in creative writing and written my first novella. It is about the spiritual life, a poetic prose meditation on love “When not at St Luke's Yea, I work as a Family Counsellor with couples, children and families. I have worked in this area for the past 20 years. “Initially I trained as an Occupational Therapist but went on to complete postgraduate studies in Family Therapy. “I am keenly interested in social justice, inclusion and dignity for all people. I hope my time of ministry will foster in every way efforts to bring people healing, peace and unity. “In the past few months I have enjoyed visiting residents at Rosebank and have felt warmly welcomed by the people of Yea. “In preparing for Easter, I have put my creative writing skills to the test to compose a Litany for Peace. “The litany is set to the music and poetry of the late Leonard Cohen and features songs from his last album You Want It Darker. “All are welcome to attend this experimental litany on Good Friday (April 14) 6.30pm7.30pm, St Luke's Yea. It will be a candle lit meditative service for peace in our world and in ourselves,” Michelle said.

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Mansfield Magistrates’ Court Criminal Case Listings Wednesday , April 5 Plaintif f / Informant / Applicant vs Defendant / Accused / Respondent. Information Division. Victoria Police - Gipp, I (31043) v Agius, Carl Joseph. Uni-Mansfield. Wednesday, April 12 Victoria Police - Krickic, B (22069) v Pertzel, Luke Jason. Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Pelling, K (35629) v Flude, Dean. Uni-Mansfield Shire Of Mansfield - Bismire, M v Rheese, Rhonda. Shire Of Mansfield Shire Of Mansfield - Bismire, M v Mackie, Phoebe. Shire Of Mansfield Shire Of Mansfield - Bismire, Mv Gane, Lee Robert. Shire Of Mansfield Shire Of Mansfield - Bismire, M v Crawford, Benjamin Colin. Shire Of Mansfield Shire Of Mansfield - Bismire, M v Cook, Daniel. Shire Of Mansfield Shire Of Mansfield - Bismire, M v Bryne, Adrianna Margaret. Shire Of Mansfield Victoria Police - Thompson, I (32126) v Vulfs, David. Uni-Marysville Victoria Police - Gillard, P (22715) v Chou, Sheng-Fang. Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Sartori, D (35479) v Rogers, Dane . State Hwy Patrol-East Victoria Police - Nott, M (37077) v Memon, Fahad. State Hwy PatrolEast DEDJTR - Ward, S v Lam, Thi Diep. Dept Eco Dev, Jobs, Trans & Resources DEDJTR - Ward, S v Cao, Van Bang. Dept Eco Dev, Jobs, Trans & Resources Victoria Police - Dowell, C (24892) v Bond, Virginia. Traffic Camera Office. Victoria Police - Stevens, M (34763) v Letchford, Adam. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Reilly, P (34803) v Sansom, Mackenzie James. Highway Patrol-Mansfield Victoria Police - Pelling, N (35235) v Madsen, Aaron. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Maher, R (33894) v Ischovits, Jake Rama. Highway PatrolBenalla

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Chow, Roger. Uni-Wyndham North Victoria Police - Dunsford, A (28464) v Stafford, Lance Thomas. CiuAlexandra Victoria Police - Simmons, D (39325) v Herridge, Michael John. Highway PatrolMansfield Victoria Police - Mickle, E (38384) v Goodman, Nicole. Uni-Frankston Victoria Police - Blackall, J (39856)v Van Winden, Chris. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Infringement - Victoria Police Infringement v Mcgennesken, Colin. Melbourne Victoria Police - Lampkin, B (33527) v Johnson, Lisa Ann. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Young, S (25481) v Craig, Katie. Uni-Mansfield Victoria Police - Briggs, S (39439) v Perrett, Kyle David. Uni-Broadmeadows Krumins, L v Cvijanovic, Daniel. Dept Of Economic Development Seymour Magistrates’ Court Criminal Case Listings Thursday , April 6 Victoria Police - Cummins, C (32371) v Breccione-Mattucci, Giancarlo. DfoSeymour Victoria Police - Gordolo, C (30144) v Madex, Tracey. Uni-Alexandra Victoria Police - Broadway, B (42074) v Chamberlain, Paul Rex. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Broadway, B (42074) v Chamberlain, Paul Rex. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Broadway, B (42074) v Madex, Tracey. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Mansell, W (35552) v Madex, Tracey. Uni-Seymour Victoria Police - Infringement Victoria Police Infringement v Clarke, Beau. Melbourne Victoria Police - Toll Enforcement - Victoria Police - Toll Enforcement v Larkin, Kim. Melbourne Victoria Police - Voisey, M (27261) v Bryant, Benjamin. Uni-Yea Victoria Police - Houguet, B (40313) v Ramsay, Dean. Uni-Wallan Victoria Police - Bova, L (31851) v Ramsay, Dean. Family Violence-Mitchell/ Benalla Victoria Police - Page, J (38565) v Ramsay, Dean. Dtu-Seymour Victoria Police - Derksen, P (38600) v Ramsay, Dean. Ciu-Hume Victoria Police - Rhead, A (40227) v Carruthers, Blair. Uni-Seymour

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What The Papers Say Vulnerable kids

■ Vulnerable children in Diamond Valley are being neglected because their guardians can’t adequately care for them in the current system, a peak child welfare organisation says. Data released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare revealed Victoria is losing more foster carers than it’s able to recruit. During 2015-16, 568 foster carers exited the system compared with just 341 new recruits. - Diamond Valley Leader

Free flu shot

■ Seymour Medical Clinic inAnzac Ave will again be running a walk-in flu clinic once the vaccines are available this month. Or you can make an appointment to see your regular doctor. The influenza vaccine is provided free by the Australian Government to people above the age of 65, or if you meet specific chronic disease criteria. The quadrivalent (four-strain) influenza vaccine will be allocated to all medical clinics in early-mid April. - Seymour Telegraph

No law crisis

■ Inspector Troy Hargadon has refuted claims there is a crime wave, or law and order crisis, in the Mansfield Shire. Insp Hargadon, Local Area Commander for Mansfield, said he believed the police have the crime situation under control. “I have every confidence that as an organisation and as local police, we are more than capable of servicing the community and addressing any issues that are arising in relation to crime or public order,” Insp Hargadon said. - Mansfield Courier

Crime on rise

■ The Crime Statistics Agency of Victoria has released their latest figures, revealing a 35.58 per cent increase in the number of offences in Strathbogie Shire in 2016. The crime rate in the shire has increased from 4834.1 per 100,000 head of population in 2015, to 6480.2 in 2016, with some significant increases in certain areas of crime. Assaults in the area went up from 45 in 2015, to 59 recorded cases in 2016; an increase of 31per cent. Theft was up significantly as well, going from 144 cases to 185 in the same time period, increasing 28.5 per cent. Other areas of concern were in sexual offences (up 46.4 per cent), property damage (38.7 per cent) and weapons offences (142.9 per cent). - Euroa Gazette

Hannie on stage

■ The Memo will welcome Hannie Rayson to the stage tonight (Wed.,, April 5) – and she’s got some big stories to tell. The Melbourne award-winning playwright and newspaper columnist will bring her hilarious, yet intriguing performance, Hello Beautiful, to Healesville. Rayson wrote successful playwrights including Hotel Sorrento and Life after George. - Mountain Views Mail

At Whiteheads Ck

■ Whiteheads Creek Hall will host an Art for CFA show from April 13-17. It will feature works from artists in CFA District 12. All are welcome and monies raised go to Whiteheads Creek Rural Fire Brigade. Entry by gold coin - Granite News

Wollert growth

■ The Northern Football League hopes that a junior football club can be established at Wollert within five years. The League will adopt a similar strategy applied at Doreen where the Laurimar Power side has grown. Wollert is to have four ovals, six soccer field and three rugby grounds. - Whittlesea Leader

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80 Years Ago

Services report delivered ■ Murrindindi Shire’s Deputy Mayor Cr Sandice McAulay delivered the Community Services portfolio report at the March 22 meeting of Council held at Yea. “The annual Early Years Conference is on May 2 and centres on the theme of diversity,” said Cr McAulay. “The conference attracts a great range of speakers and over 80 early years professionals are expected to attend. “The launch of the Indigenous Early Years Language Resource will also occur at the conference. “The resource includes language cards with original indigenous art and video, and audio guides to support early years educators to include learning of indigenous language into their curriculum. “Council’s Children’s Services Unit is working in partnership with the Taungurung Clans Aboriginal Corporation on the project. “Federal Government Aged Care reforms have resulted in changes to how older people access Aged Care packages. “Under new program guidelines, older people who are on a waiting list must indicate their willingness to continue to wait for a package within a defined period of time. “There are rising concerns that the new requirements are unclear and difficult to understand and may

● Cr Sandice McAulay, Deputy Mayor result in people being ration project to supremoved from the list. port joint programming “The Aged and addressing gaps for Disability Services older people in the team have been pro- community viding information re“The Steer youth garding this change to leadership group in clients and other ser- Kinglake has been revice providers to en- cruited for 2017. A prisure local Murrin- ority focus is youth dindi residents are mental health. aware and have ac“The Council Plan cess to advocacy. engagement has en“The Age Friendly abled extensive comCommunities initia- munication around the tive has been further shire which will supdefined as a result of port planning. the community con“The aquatic 2016sultation and work- 17 season completed shops. on Monday, March 13. “Three initiatives Visitation was on track have been identified with recent years with that will be worked up approximately 20,000 into project proposals: public visits. Season ■ Transport forum ticket sales reflected ■ Consolidated ser- good community use vice maps to ensure of the facilities. older people know “Council expects what is available to be able to provide ■ Community and an update to the comNeighbourhood House munity on the question Network and Collabo- of replacing the Mobile Library in April, when it expects a funding announcement ■ Alexandra andDistrict Open Gardens Com- from the Victorian mittee announces that Narbethong Farm gar- Government. “Council will den will be opening for one day only on Sunday shortly be proposing to April 30, from 10am – 4pm. The garden will be able to be seen in all its the community a reautumn glory at 551 Maroondah Hwy, vised timetable for the Narbethong. mobile library, followNarbethong Farm is a magnificent country ing up on the Commuproperty with abundant hedges and conifers of nity Meeting in Deall colours lining the winding driveways. cember. Council will Features include a parterre, birch forest, ol- be inviting the comive grove and a plantation of crimson Sentry munity to comment on Maples and other massed species of maples the changed timecontrasting with the conifers and the distinctive table. red branches of the Sibrica dogwood bushes. “This follows a disThere are acres of green lawn! cussion with the comFresh food for morning and afternoon tea, munity late last year and lunch, will be provided from My Little Coun- about the need to entry Kitchen on site. sure the equitable disVisitors can complete a free entry form at the tribution of mobile ligate for a chance to win a night’s accommoda- brary services across tion at Holmesglen at Eildon on July 22, com- the shire. plete with attendance at the Christmas in July “The new timedinner and full country breakfast on the Sunday table will include a morning. proposed new service Value of this prize is $395. Only cost is $5 to areas which are a entrance fee to the garden. way from library All details are available on the website: long branches but currently www.alexandraopengardens.com.au have access to - Louise Flowers don’t the Mobile Library

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service, including Glenburn and Toolangi. “Council is on its way to becoming an eSmart accredited library. This means Council will be working to increase the knowledge and skills of its staff about how to be smart and stay safe online. “The eSmart framework helps libraries take deliberate steps to manage cyber safety and upskill staff to ensure they foster smart and safe online behaviour in libraries. “This can help prevent behaviours such as scams and cyber bullying and can work to actively promote cyber safety in the community. “I’d like to draw attention to the great range of programs on offer at each of our libraries. “In the Yea Library at 6.30 pm on Tuesday, April 11, we are holding a special dinner that night to raise funds for the Red Cross in the work it does in assisting the millions of displaced Syrian refugees who are desperately in need of food, shelter and medical care. “The guest speaker (via Skype) is Peter McArdle, who is currently working in Beirut with some of the five million people displaced by the war in Syria. “Tickets are $30 each and all funds raised go to the Red Cross Syria Appeal,” Cr McAulay said.

Mayor attends

■ Murrindindi Shire Mayor Cr Charlie Bisset attended the launch of the Rivers and Ranges Community Leadership Program 2017 intake. “It was great to see that in its third year, there is a continued uptake of participants. It is also exciting to note that Cr Ashe is one of the participants for the 2017 intake,” Cr Bisset said.

Meeting

■ Next meeting of the Murrindindi Shire Council is scheduled to be held at 6pm on Wednesday, April 26 at Alexandra.

From Our Files: April 1936

Kinglake ball

■ The Cricket Club ball on Saturday night was an outstanding social and financial success. During the evening the president (Mr F. Thomson) after. eulogising the team's work through the season, presented to Mr A. Thomson a handsome mulga wood clock set for winning the batting average. The trophy was donated by Mr John McMahon. For winning the bowling average, a shaving outfit (donated by Mr Robinson) was presented to Mr S. Reeves. To a veteran cricketer, Mr Jack Murphy, was presented a life membership of the club. The occasion was suitably marked by the gift of a gold medallion. Dancing was enjoyed, Mr McLaine acting as M.C.

Optician’s visit

■ Mr S. Truman, optician, of Block Arcade, Collins. street, Melbourne, will visit Panton Hill P.O. on Easter Saturday, April 11, from 3pm. till 4pm. Eyesight will be tested and repairs made to glasses while you wait.

Queen Carnival

■ IN the Eltham public Hall on Saturday, April 18, an American Tea will be held to swell the funds of the Queen of the Carnations (Miss M. Burgoyne). All are invited to the function which opens at 2.30pm, and the motto is "Bring, a.gift and buy a gift." Following at night a euchre party and dance has been arranged where good music and supper are included in the moderate charge of 1/. Coming events as advertised by Miss Monica Hickey, Queen of For get-me-nots, will afford a variety of entertainment for Eltham. First on Monday night, there is a euchre party and dance in the hall. The Jolly Rhythm band has been engaged and .usual prices will be charged. Supper will be included.

Cricket final

■ The final match between Mernda and Doreen will commence at Eden Park on Saturday and some interesting cricket is .predicted. Doreen, however, are favored, although Mernda is not expected to give way easily. The Eden Park ground is recognised as the best in the competition and the match will be played to a finish,

Work at Thornton

■ A "working bee" was held on Saturday to make preparations for the Easter Monday Gymkhana. About 20 workers turned up, ned spent a very busy afternoon. - A bicycle track was fenced off, and a suitable surface prepared. Buildingsm also, were erected for afternoon tea. It is a long time since so much prize money has been spent on trophies for a sports meeting here, and record entries and a record gate are anticipated.

Elite Talkies

■ Patrons are advised to book their seats early for the screeoning of Sanders Of The River on Easter Monday night. This magnificent picture is just completing its fourth week at The Regent, and has been acclaimed by press and public to be one of the finest British pictures yet produced.

Waranga football

■ A meeting of the Alexandra club will be held on Wednesday next, when the major problem of the season will have to be decided Should the club again link up with the Waranga.N.E. Association, or withdraw in favor of a district association ? Yea are again joining up with the WarangaN.E. Association for the new season. Euroa club favors a " Line" Association, and wants Yea and Alexandra excluded. So far as the Waranga Association is concerned, practically all the clubs on the main line have held their annual meetings. Euroa club has the biggest debit balance


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78 High Street Rare opportunity to own a tightly held freehold in High st Yea Wonderful tenants with good rental return Large property with rear street access, room to expand

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2 Saleyards Street. POA 3 bedroom sunroom formal living separate dining room fireplaces throughout built in 1870 3600m2 block

68 High S tr eet, Y ea - Fr eehold Str treet, Yea Freehold Located in the Heart of the country town of Yea. Yea is well renowned for its diverse agriculture, viticulture, aquaculture and small tourism base of vineyards, market gardens, rail trail and... Yea T ak eA wa y Tak ake Aw profitable business Established 40 years Business & freehold available or rent Residence on site

Yea

Unit 2 / 29 Anne Street 1 Bedroom with delightful floor plan private court yard to rear currently tenanted 2 minutes walk to High Street

Landmark Har Harcc ourts Y Yee a 5 2 High SStr tr eet, Y ea I 5577 9 7 2277 9 9 treet, Yea

The Local Paper - Wed., Apr. 5, 2017  

The Local Paper - Wed., Apr. 5, 2017

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