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Disability no barrier at sports day INTERNATIONAL Day of People with Disability was celebrated with a “come and try” sports day at Mornington Civic Reserve, Wednesday 7 December. Activities included tennis, gymnastics, soccer, netball, footy, dance, table tennis and SWISH (blind table tennis).

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The mini-expo allowed a range of disability-inclusive recreation groups to promote their activities. “Event like this provide a fun and inviting opportunity for people with disabilities and their carers to enjoy a day out,” Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr Bev Colomb said.

SHIRE councillors have gone against their officers’ recommendations by siding with Mt Martha residents who oppose a high-density housing estate being built at Bentons Rd on five acres of former farmland. A packed public gallery at the 28 November council meeting heard councillors debate whether Mornington Peninsula Shire would formally oppose a planning application by Bentons Blossom Pty Ltd for a $45 million project containing 52 units and townhouses. Neighbouring objectors in Mt Martha say increased traffic will negatively impact on the area if the housing estate is built on 292 square metre sites, far smaller blocks than for existing homes (“Upset at high-density housing”, The News 23/8/16). There were 191 objections lodged from 112 residential addresses. The planning application will be heard at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal on 13 February next year after the applicant went straight to VCAT when council did not make a ruling on its stance within 60 days due to council meetings being suspended during October’s council elections period. Existing residents noted covenants

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stopping the construction of twostorey properties were in place when they moved into the area more than a decade ago. They are pushing for the number of homes to be built at the site to be limited to 19. Paul Vella told councillors at the meeting the housing estate plans are “absolutely ridiculous”. “This is a ghetto starting to happen,” he said. “It will be 100 per cent rental and it will be controlled from overseas.” Despite the units and townhouses having double garages, residents say a lack of room means garbage and recycle bins will need to be stored inside – meaning one car will have to be parked in the street, adding to traffic congestion. Residents are worried that the narrow 3.5-metre internal roads will not be capable of handling large vehicles, such as fire trucks in an emergency and garbage trucks on their weekly rounds. The mayor Cr Bev Colomb had to urge objectors to be quiet on several occasions during the debate on the planning application. A council officers’ report recommended the shire support the application but councillors unanimously voted against this recommendation. VCAT will now decide whether the high-density housing estate can be built or must be scaled back.

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she called the Small Business Commission to complain after feeling “bullied” over the Section 21 notices. “We have a contract [lease] yet we were not even six weeks in the building when they tried to force the notices onto us,” she said. “Straight away I called the commission and was told I didn’t have to sign it.” Ms Cordemans said plans for an arcade with shops, offices and apartments, was out of character with the 114-year-old heritage site. “I don’t want to see all our shops demolished and every single one of our customers is on board with us,” she said. “We are a cute, quaint group with a similar heritage and our customers don’t want a big shopping arcade.” She said traders may have been “a bit naïve” in thinking their tenancies were safe. “I feel for the others who have been here so long.”

GETTING together as a community to consider what it is like to grow old on the Mornington Peninsula was a cornerstone of the Positive Ageing Summit held at the Safety Beach Community Centre. The summit also assessed what works and what the community can do to improve things for the elderly on the peninsula. The mayor Cr Bev Colomb welcomed more than 100 attendees to the summit attended by senior Victorians commissioner Gerard Mansour. The summit – the shire’s second – demonstrated its commitment to the five-year strategy, aged and disability services manager Jenny Van Riel said. “This year we particularly focused on loneliness, social isolation and how we can collaborate more closely to make the peninsula even more age-friendly,” she said. The main issues raised were transport and inclusion. “The peninsula is geographically large, with a dispersed population, making it a challenge for older people who no longer drive and rely on public and community transport to get to medical appointments and enjoy a social life,” Ms Van Riel said.

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Feature artists show diversity in style TWO artists with different styles are the “feature artists” at next year’s Mornington Art Show. Craig Davy’s uses an impressionistic approach to landscapes and seascapes while Ron Brown has been described as having “a unique contemporary style with colour featured strongly in his work”. Their works will be among more than 700 entries in the 45th Mornington Art Show in January. Davy was born in Melbourne and grew up on the Mornington Peninsula which has resulted in his “connection” with the peninsula’s landscape. In 2009 he began painting in oils in appreciation for fine realistic art of the past and inspired by such painters as Penleigh Boyd, Corot, Streeton and more recently Zhaoming Wu and Daeni. “Craig has an impressionistic approach with emphasis on light, movement and brush strokes,” art show organiser John Renowden said. “He has successfully exhibited in major art shows such as Camberwell, Victor Harbour and Mornington and in 2015 was awarded Best Peninsula Scene in 2015 at Mornington Art Show.” Mr Renowden said Ron Brown was a originally a landscape painter whose recent work “illustrates his interest in colour and texture”. “His works are known to compliment the interiors of both domestic and industrial architecture. He works on canvas, often combining a variety of mediums within the one art work.” Browns awards including Camberwell Art Show Contemporary Acrylic Award 2013 and Art In Tune 2015. The Mornington Art Show, organised by Mornington Rotary Club, runs 19-26 January at the Peninsula Community Theatre, corner Wilsons Rd and Nepean Highway, Mornington.

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Backpacks ease refugees’ burden PAIRS of woollen socks, beanies, water bottles, gloves and “any other item for warmth” are being stuffed into backpacks by Flinders branch of Grandmothers Against the Detention of Children. A working bee to fill the packs was held at Candace Omeroud’s house in Bass St, Flinders, last week. The packs were then to be handed over

to The Refugee Advocacy at an anti-detention rally in the city on Saturday 10 December. The grandmothers planned to join the rally outside St Pauls Cathedral, and then march to the Royal Botanic Gardens for a BYO picnic. There, speakers were to denounce federal government plans to send refugee children to the US.

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PARKS Victoria is calling for feedback on a revised master plan for the future of Point Nepean National Park. The plan, based on a draft released in 2010, is expected to consider a wide range of options for the pristine coastal area, taking account of Point Nepean’s historic connections to Point Lonsdale, the marine national park, its occupation and use by Aborigines as well as “appropriate” commercial and educational developments. Late in 2014, just before the end of its term in office, the then Napthine Liberal government outraged environmentalists when it leased more than 64 hectares (158 acres) of the national park to Portsea property developer Point Leisure Group. The deal included historic buildings at the Point Nepean quarantine station. However, after its November 2014 election win the Andrews Labor government quickly abandoned the contract for a tourism and educationbased development on a 50-year lease. Earlier this year, Melbourne University was given the green light to build a research facility on the site of the old Quarantine Station. Wary of further fuelling unrest about the site’s future, in inviting discussion on the master plan, Energy, Environment and Climate Change minister Lily D’Ambrosio said the

government wants a plan that for the park that “reflects the communities’ views and respects the site’s rich history”. In July this year, Shelley Penn, hired as a consultant to facilitate the public consultation process, told The News that there was “resounding agreement that Point Nepean has the values of a national park, with high conservation values and varied and layered histories”. “Point Nepean can mean different things to many people. [Since the 2010 plan] there has been a richer appreciation of the significance of the park.” She said the adopted master plan would need to “give the community a sense of what could happen”. Ms Penn said the differences required to the 2010 master plan included enlarging the scope of the plan to include economics, the marine sanctuary, cultural and ecological links between Point Nepean and Point Lonsdale, maritime history (shipwrecks) and “what is unique about the national park and its potential attractions to visitors”. Parks Victoria will hold on-site information sessions at Portsea’s Badcoe Hall from 10am-3pm, Sunday 22 January 2017. The master plan is open for community consultation until 10 February 2017 and is expected to be finalised in mid- 2017. Details: parks.vic.gov.au/pointnepeanplan

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Winery can expand – shire Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au THE expansion of a winery at Merricks North has been given the go ahead despite conflicting with state regulations about overdevelopment in green wedge areas. A 7-4 majority of councillors at a public council meeting on 28 November agreed with shire planning services manager David Bergin’s assertion that the Willow Creek Vineyard had “existing usage rights” to increase patronage numbers at its Merricks North winery from a maximum of 150 in line with green wedge regulations to about 280 people at any one time. The maximum number of people allowed on site at a venue situated in a green wedge is 150 people for locations of less than 40 hectares. The Willow Creek Vineyard sits on 18 hectares. Cloud Investments plans to build a $26 million luxury hotel with 46 rooms and two restaurants at 166 Balnarring Rd, Merricks North. Cr Antonelli Celi was an enthusiastic supporter of the planning application at the council meeting, unlike some of her colleagues who had reservations about the proposal. “There were councillors here that went to the tourism update the other night. We all loved it. We all nodded in agreement. We had the good food served to us. We all loved to wine and dine,” Cr Celi said. “Not a problem to put a smile on when we’re out there with all of those wonderful business owners who are doing really well in our hinterland, but I can’t

be as two-faced as that and I will look at each case on its merits as well.” Cr Celi said the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal would ultimately decide whether the winery expansion could proceed arguing that council should support “flourishing agri-tourism businesses in the hinterland and across our Green Wedge zne on the Mornington Peninsula that contribute significantly to our economic development across the peninsula”. “We’re dealing with people’s livelihoods here,” she said. Councillors Hugh Fraser and David Gill questioned Mr Bergin about existing usage rights of the business. “The Victoria planning provisions did change a couple of years ago to allow additional people or patron numbers within sites,” Mr Bergin said. “It is a site that has to be 40 hectares but, if this site was 40 hectares, they could have up to 310 plus and the plus refers to no limit on a wine tasting facility.” Town planner Phil Gleeson, of Urbis consultants, representing Cloud Investments, urged councillors to back the business expansion. “This proposal provides a significant opportunity for tourism and accommodation within the Mornington Peninsula Shire and ensures that the investment is well received within this community,” Mr Gleeson said. Cr Bryan Payne said it was important for investors to get a return on their investment. “In doing so, it will create employment for the area.” Cerberus ward councillor Kate Roper, whose ward includes Merricks North,

expressed concerns about neighbours hearing late-night noise and voted against the proposal. The new hotel and restaurants are due to be completed in January or February next year. The business owner is also seeking to change opening hours to 8am-10pm seven days a week. Opening times are restricted until 5.30pm on weekdays at present. Cr Gill said council needed to urgently update its Green Wedge policy and said it was unfortunate the land size at Willow Creek Vineyard was 18 hectares, less than half of the minimum 40-hectare size needed for higher patronage numbers. “It brings great shame on this council that we haven’t defined what we want to have in our Green Wedge zone to the extent where an 18-hectare proposal can be entertained. “We don’t have the ability to have a planning committee because even a notice of motion is rejected by the CEO when I try to raise this issue. I don’t know where to go with the issue.” Crs Simon Brooks, Celi, Rosie Clark, Julie Edge, Sam Hearn, Frank Martin and Payne voted to approve the planning application. The mayor Cr Bev Colomb and Crs Fraser, Gill and Roper voted against the application. The matter will be heard at VCAT on 26 February after the applicant applied to the tribunal since council was unable to make a deliberation on the planning application within 60 days due to the timing of October’s council elections. Council meetings are suspended in the lead-up to elections.

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Woman pulled from water at Cape Schanck A WOMAN washed off the rocks at Cape Schanck late Saturday night, 3 December, was rescued by members of her family with the help of SES, police, ambulance and Fisheries officers. The 35-year-old, of Hampton Park, was crab fishing when a big wave, exacerbated by the low tide, surged into the group, dragging her under in rough water, at about 10pm. The woman was pulled from the water by members of her family who called Triple 0 and began performing CPR. “She swallowed a fair bit of water,” Senior Sergeant Phillip Hulley, of Frankston police, said Monday last week. Intermittent phone coverage made pinpointing the exact location for rescue crews difficult, but Rosebud police managed to direct the air ambulance which winched down a paramedic. The woman was taken up the beach to a waiting ambulance which met the air ambulance at The National Golf Club for the trip to The Alfred hospital. On Thursday afternoon – five days after the incident – her condition was still being reported as “critical”.

Wallet, cards stolen A WALLET containing cash and credit cards was stolen from a car parked in the driveway of a house in Eastbourne Rd, Rosebud, overnight Wednesday 7 December. The owner of the 2005 Subaru said he heard noises but did not investigate. There

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Number plates go THIEVES stole number plates YBD 900 from a 2010 Suzuki Swift parked outside a unit in Austral Court, Baxter, overnight Monday 5 December.

Tools taken AN air-conditioner and tools valued at $1400 were stolen from an unlocked shed behind a vacant unit in Spring St, Hastings, overnight Monday 5 December. Thieves entered a back gate to steal the air-conditioner, hammer drill, socket set and other tools.

Summer safety THE Salvos will again create a summer safety zone in Main St, Mornington, on Saturdays, 11pm-3am. Mornington Mission Centre Lieutenant Sean Mapleback said the safety zone – to run until 25 February – was opposite the roundabout near the taxi rank. It features a bright yellow food van for those wanting something to eat, free bottle of water, lollies, place to sit, a listening ear or simply a time-out during their night out.

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Riders injured A MORNINGTON man in his 30s injured his back while horseriding on Saturday 3 December, and was taken to Frankston Hospital where he was in a stable condition last week. He was one of 13 people hospitalised after weekend accidents involving horses – including two seriously injured. Nine of those accidents occurred Sunday 4 December; five involved children. The most seriously injured was a young girl hurt when a horse kicked over a gate which landed on the preschool aged girl in South Gippsland. She received serious head injuries and was flown by air ambulance to the Royal Children’s Hospital in a critical condition. Paramedics urge riders to wear a helmet and safety equipment. It’s also a good idea to carry a mobile phone to call for help. Those riding in unfamiliar areas can download the Emergency+ app which will give emergency crews an exact location.

Fire threat POLICE arrested a man after he poured petrol in the foyer of Frankston police station, 10.15am, Thursday, and threatened to set himself on fire. Media officer Thomas O’Byrne said the man was being taken to hospital for assessment before any charges were laid. Anyone experiencing a personal crisis or thinking about suicide should call Lifeline, 13 11 14.

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Sports fun on the curriculum BALCOMBE Grammar year 8 students had a break-up day on the greens at Safety Beach Country Club last week. About 90 students played foot golf, golf, mini-golf and tennis at the club in Country Club Drive, Safety Beach. Golf pro Shane Johnson said the day had been a huge success. “That was the first time the students had made use of the facilities, but they had such a good time I’m sure they’ll come back again.” Foot golf: Tess Sexton puts her foot in it.

THE popularity of smartphones has fuelled a rise in the number of problem gamblers who now have easy and instant access to online gambling sites, warns a Mornington peninsula counselling service. Alvin Efklidis, of Gamblers Help Southern, has warned that measures to reduce the harm of poker machines are not targeting the growing online sector. “In terms of problem gambling, poker machines are still the biggest form of gambling, but online gambling is rapidly growing and with the technology that’s available to everyone, such as mobile phones, it’s at the fingertips all the time,” he said. “Most people are not aware of just how relentless the online bookmakers are, offering free bets to people who sign up and all sorts of offers and inducements. It’s very worrying.” Gamblers Help Southern, the largest problem gambling service in Victoria, will make a submission to the state government’s just-opened review of gaming machine harm minimisation measures. Mr Efklidis said there was high demand for gambling counselling services in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula, where its “priority target group” of tradies had a “cultural” tendency to head to a drinking venue and gamble after work. But he said that at least 15 per cent of problems gamblers were online gamblers, and that more resources should be directed to reducing the harm of, and easy access to, that form of

gambling. Since the smartphone technology was introduced a few years ago, the temptation to gamble was now everywhere. The Victorian Department of Justice and Regulation consultation paper, which focuses on poker machine gambling, is asking for feedback on key areas of reducing gambling harm such as access to cash in gaming venues, cashless gaming and ticket-in, ticket-out systems, selfexclusion programs and regional and municipal limits on gaming machine numbers. Mr Efklidis said an important component of the review was the investigation of the training of venue staff to respond to problematic behaviours. He said some venue operators could “do more” to embrace the concept of responsible gambling and actively promote this within their business. Details: responsiblegambling.vic.gov.au

Carols in the park ROSEBUD Christmas Carols in the Park will be held in the sound shell on the Rosebud Village Green foreshore, Saturday 17 December, with activities starting at 5pm and carols, 7pm. Residents, friends and family are invited to come along and enjoy this free community event with food stalls and entertainment and to meet Santa. Entertainers will include the Southern Peninsula Band, Ladies Singing Group, and Max and Sam with their band, including Ken Ferguson, singing Christmas songs. There will be display shops and market stalls, lolly trolley and children busking.

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Rain didn’t ease summer fire risk Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au

Fun night: CFA member Jeff Smith, left, Kate Farrar and Captain David Hunt.

Eating out for fire station ABOUT 140 people attended the Lions fundraising dinner for the Flinders CFA at the Flinders Hotel, Friday 2 December. Guest speaker dietitian Karen Inge, a director of the hotel, spoke on ‘Foods to eat to feel fit and fabulous’. More than $26,000 was raised for a new fire station to replace the 35-year-old building which does not meet present-day requirements. The amount adds to the $120,000 already raised from community donations. The new building and its façade are designed

to be less obtrusive in the streetscape than a corrugated iron industrial shed. The vision is for a building that can be used as a meeting space for residents and community groups. The fire tanker – also in its 30s – is due to be replaced by the CFA with a more recent, although still second-hand, tanker. Three vehicles are now required to service the community. CFA funding will provide for a standard vehicle station, with last week’s fundraising providing enough space for three vehicles, thus ‘future proofing’ the needs of the Flinders area.

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FIRE danger periods for the Mornington Peninsula, Frankston and Kingston CFA districts will begin 1am, Monday 19 December. During this time fires cannot be lit in the open air without a written permit from CFA or a municipal fire prevention officer. Fire danger periods are based on local conditions and take into account fuel moisture, fuel loads, grassland curing, weather and rainfall. CFA District 8 operations manager Mark Kennedy said forecasts showed potential for an above average fire season, despite recent heavy rain and flooding in many parts of the state. “The rainfall we experienced in spring has produced a lot of growth which could very easily become a high fuel load throughout the summer season if not properly managed,” he said. “Reducing fuel loads will ensure that if a fire does break out, it has less chance of taking hold or spreading. “While CFA does everything it can, we look to members of the community to use common sense and take responsibility for preventing fires.” Mr Kennedy said there was still a “short window of opportunity” for owners to clean up their properties. “Out of control burn-offs and unregistered burn-offs have been a major headache for brigades,” he said. “You should avoid burning off when high winds are forecast – not only on the day you burn but for the days afterwards.” Councils will be able to provide more specific

burn-off restrictions, he said. CFA acting assistant chief officer Bryan Russell said this fire season CFA would be taking a zerotolerance approach to any fires resulting from negligent behaviour. “Expect any fire you start to be fully investigated by police,” he said. “Even if you have a permit to use fire over the fire danger period, make sure you read the conditions carefully. Failing to follow just one of those conditions may leave you open to prosecution.” “Can I or Can’t I?” information is available at cfa.vic.gov.au or by calling 1800 226 226. All burn-offs should be registered on the VicFire Burn-off notification line, 1800 668 511. A written permit is required to burn off grass, undergrowth, weeds or other vegetation during the fire danger period. Permits may be issued by the municipal fire prevention officer or the CFA district office. Lighting a fire in the open without a permit is an offence and can incur a penalty of $21,600 and/ or 12 months jail. Barbecues and fires for cooking or warmth do not require a permit, but must be lit in properly constructed fireplaces (visit cfa. vic.gov.au) Using an incinerator, chainsaw, lawn mower, welding or grinding equipment, or driving vehicles coming into contact with vegetation and machinery, are permitted. Property owners can find legal guidelines and practical advice at cfa.vic.gov.au. A total fire ban means no fires can be lit that day unless with a specific exemption or special permit. This applies irrespective of the fire restriction status for a given municipality. Further details at cfa.vic.gov.au

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Beware when bluebottles sail to shore VISITORS to the peninsula’s bay and ocean beaches may have noticed the prevalence of bluebottle jellyfish. The common bluebottle, Physalia utriculus, is smaller and less venomous than its Atlantic cousin Physalia physalis – or Portuguese man o’war – but it can still produce a painful sting. While they may look like a single marine creature they are actually colonial organisms known as siphonophores, with separate animals specialised for food capture, digestion, reproduction, and one that makes up the gas-filled float. The animals cannot function alone and the whole can only survive as a colony. The floats can grow up to 150mm long and tentacles to more than a metre. An intriguing feature is that half the colonies have floats aligned at 45 degrees to the right of the wind and half at 45 degrees to the left. It is surmised that this anatomical difference aids the survival of the species by ensuring only half of the colonies will face being marooned along the coast in the prevailing wind. The animals capture fish and small marine creatures by dragging their tentacles through the water and stinging and killing their prey. The powerful stinging cells, called nematocysts, line the tentacles and inject venomous neuro and muscle toxins, immobilising and killing their prey with rapid efficiency. When swimming or walking near the shoreline keep an eye out for them but don’t get too close. The sting is quite painful but it generally subsides in about half an hour. If stung, Surf Life Saving Australia recommends carefully removing any remaining tentacles and soaking the area in hot water or covering with ice packs. Do not scratch or rub the sting site.

Washed up: A bluebottle on Mt Martha beach. They are becoming common all over bay and ocean beaches. Picture: George Russell

Often accompanying each armada are other floating marine creatures, such as by-the-windsailor, velella velella, porpita sailors, porpita porpita, and other species of blue drifting invertebrates. George Russell

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Signs designed to be noticed Liz Bell liz@mpnews.com.au PROTESTERS fighting to protect Mt Eliza’s decommissioned Kunyung Rd reservoir from development are calling on South East Water to bow to the community’s wishes when deciding the future of the site. On Thursday members of the South Eastern Centre for Sustainability, which has been pressuring South East Water not to sell the site for development, began erecting protest signs at strategic locations in Frankston and Mt Eliza. President Steve Karakitsos said previous public relations campaigns by SEW had placed significant importance on community consultation and the work of community members in protecting the environment. But he said the organisation’s refusal to reveal alternative plans for the site affectively “outlined intentions� to ignore residents’ concerns and develop the site into housing. He said the corporation should respect the public’s desire to have the site preserved for the flora and fauna within it, or saved as public space. “It is largely in the hands of South East Water to halt its negotiations about the sale of the property in order to adhere to official obligations aimed at fulfilling the tenets of their official charter in catering for the needs of the public,� he said. Mr Karakitsis said the group was ramping up its campaign to protect the pristine environment of the reservoir as there had been no progress, or “constructive� dialogue between South East Water and the public, despite many requests to discuss plans for the site. Last year SEW made moves to re-configure the 20-plus hectare parcel known as 57 Kunyung back to its historic state as 24 large housing lots, each measuring just under 1000 square metres. The site is within a 825-lot suburban

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housing estate established in 1924. SEW spokesman Rupert Posner has previously told The News that the authority had to “consider the most efficient use of our infrastructure and land� to deliver value for customers. On Monday, he said no decision had yet been made on the site’s future. Mr Karakitsos said he hoped SEW would take heed of the signs and implement strategies to permanently support the creation of a public reserve, as it had previously done in Frankston and Moorooduc.

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Liberals choose ‘issues’ candidate for Nepean Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au RUSSELL Joseph has been selected as the Liberal Party’s candidate for the seat of Nepean at the November 2018 state election. Mr Joseph is the electorate officer for Martin Dixon, a former education minister who has held Nepean for 14 years and the now-defunct seat of Dromana for six years. Anonymous “party insiders” were widely quoted by the media as criticising the choice of Mr Joseph as being counter the Liberal Party’s stated aims of wanting “renewal” and a more “diverse” parliamentary representation. The Liberal Party currently has seven women MPs in the 88-member Lower House (Legislative Assembly), Labor has 22 and the National Party has two. After his pre-selection win two weekends ago Mr Joseph, 56, said “generational change doesn’t come by birth dates alone, that’s a mindset”. Mr Joseph was one of five candidates (including one woman) running for preselection. A former builder living in Dromana, Mr Joseph said he “didn’t set out at 18 to be an MP, but I found I enjoyed the work when I came to work with Martin”. “If you take issues raised by the local community seriously you can see they have a legislative background and work for change. “I enjoy helping people navigate the labyrinth of government.” Mr Joseph expects issues at the 2018 election to “ones we’ve already been running with –

RUSSELL Joseph, the Liberal Party’s candidate for Nepean at the 2018 state lelection. Picture: Yanni

public transport, the need for noise barriers on the [Mornington Peninsula] freeway – we’ll keep running with those”. He said his approach to solving issues was “sometimes a bit different by taking a bipartisan approach with the [Labor] government so everyone can relax”. “The community like to see that - no political posturing. “If anything, I’d like to bring to the role [of MP] a principle of having a win-win situation. I don’t like anyone to lose, which is a heresy in modern day politics.” Mr Joseph said he likes to see projects “through to the end” and cites as an example his work towards increasing the amount of recycled water being made available to the peninsula’s “hinterland”. “I’m happy to do the back of the envelope work and hand it on to the minister,” he said.“Normally someone would hold this back until there’s an election, but that means it [the proposal] rolls on and nothing happens.” Mr Joseph said he was preparing something for the government and “once I’ve got the ducks in a row will shoot it off to the government before the election”. “But whether or not they conduct a feasibility study before the election, I don’t know.” Mr Dixon holds Nepean with a 7.6 per cent majority, which puts the seat in the “fairly safe” category for the Liberal Party. Labor holds the Lower House with 47 seats, as opposed to the Liberals’ 30, Nationals eight, Greens two and one independent (Shepparton MP Suzanna Sheed).

Miss opportunity APPLICATIONS are open for Miss Western Port 2017, which is run by Western Port Festivals and billed as an opportunity for young women to “ascertain skills which build self-confidence, public speaking and other important life skills”. The pageant aims to create opportunities for Western Port girls 16 to 25 who make a positive impact in the community by creating awareness about relevant issues, community groups and events. Entrants are judged on their community service involvement, ability to connect with people from all walks of life, poise and presence, interviewing skills and confidence. Applications close early January. Enter at: pageant@westernportfestival.org.au

Christmas carols HASTINGS foreshore will come alive to the sound of Christmas carols on Friday 9 December. Churches and Mornington Peninsula Shire will hold Carols by Candlelight from 6pm when Santa arrives. Children can enjoy the petting zoo, face painting, sausage sizzle, doughnut stall and, weather permitting, jumping castle. The singing group Thumbs Up will entertain and children will perform. Carols are scheduled to start at 7.15pm and finish at 8.45pm. Carols by Candlelight at Balnarring will be held at the primary school, 6pm, Friday 16 December.

Wishing tree WESTERN Port Festivals has partnered with the Council of Local Churches (Western Port) and Bunnings Hastings for his year’s Western Port wishing tree. Gifts can be left under the tree for disadvantaged children at Bunnings Hastings or the Western Port festival gazebo at Carols by Candlelight, Hastings foreshore, Friday 9 December from 5pm.

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It is of course completely logical that lower speeds are likely to mean less damage and injury in accidents (“Slower makes sense”, Letters, 22/11/16). The problem is though, that if you take this logic all the way to its logical conclusion, you are left with speed limits of 10kph, and even then there would still be accidents. Can you imagine driving to Mildura with a speed limit of 80kph all the way, as suggested? Pity the poor daily delivery drivers. It would become so tedious and boring that accidents from inattention and fatigue would probably double. Surely we have reached the point where any more wholesale reductions in speed limits would become counter-productive and make you wonder why we have roads in the first place. Work to make our roads and cars safer should continue, but not with lower and lower speed limits. Chris Taylor, Rosebud

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I recently read an article by Stephen Taylor (“Call for more road crossings”, The News 15/11/16) regarding a campaign by Tiffany Wills and the need for pedestrian islands along Point Nepean Rd so that pedestrian access to the beach is “family safe’, during the summer holiday period and the rest of the year. Having suffered many near misses while crossing the road I totally support the campaign and seek [Mornington Peninsula Shire] councils commitment to act on behalf of both locals and visitors to have pedestrian islands constructed at regular locations or at most street intersections that access Point Nepean Rd along the heavily populated “beach strip” from Rosebud through to Blairgowrie.

The intersection at Canterbury Jetty Rd is a perfect example of what can be simply constructed and proof of such a great safe outcome. This intersection with its pedestrian island provides a safe haven for grandparents, parents and children with all their beach gear to cross the road. I have written to Vic Roads regarding my concerns. Steve Hill, Rye

Racism not new Christine Fry (“Not Racists”, Letters, 6/12/16) is so wrong when she claims that “Ms Rayner’s statement that we are somehow white supremacists or racists completely” is completely blown out of the water. History has shown that there has been racial tension ever since the first settlement when the white guys poisoned the water holes of the blacks to be rid of them so they could take over the land. Don’t forget the attempt at genocide where the white man tried to take the black out of the blacks and the removal of Aboriginal children( the stolen generation). The goldfields was another hot spot when Chinese prospectors were murdered and their pigtails cut off and stuffed in their dead mouths. We have had tensions between all newcomers to this country. Remember the fights between young Aussie lads and “Wogs”, “Dagoes” and the Greeks, in fact, any newcomer? My wife immigrated to Australia with her family in 1956 when she was 12 and she experienced racism at her school, not only by some of the class, but also the supposed educated man, her teacher. Australians - not all, but some - are inherent racists and have been given carte blanche [by

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Letters - 300 words maximum and including full name, address and contact number - can be sent to The News, PO Box 588, Hastings 3915 or emailed to: team@mpnews.com.au some politicians with their misinformation] to abuse either verbally or physically anyone who is different by colour or religion. We have “heroes” who spit on and threaten violence to Muslim ladies and try to remove their head dress. They don’t, however, do it to nuns. So I agree with Ms Rayner, allow these asylum seekers in to Oz. Maybe Christine Fry should walk a mile in the refugees’ shoes. Or, better still, go to Alleppo in Syria for a week. Many nationalities have gone into making up our race, so a little bit of compassion would go a long way. John Cain, McCrae

concerned about the welfare of your dog, don’t put him or her in danger among wild animals and guns. And if, like the vast majority of Australians, you are opposed to cruelty to animals, leave the rifles and dogs at home and take a camera instead. Ashley Fruno, associate director, PETA Australia

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Barking angry I feel very let down by the Mornington Peninsula Shire regarding neighbours barking dogs. I have endured 10 years of relentless daily barking of an inconsiderate neighbours two Labradors. Over the 10 years I have reported the problem to five rangers who have a very non-committal approach to this serious matter. To add to my problem, two large dogs have arrived on the other side. These dogs bark regularly while their owners are out or at work each day. One rate paying resident of 40 years versus four barking dogs. I desperately need help or advice on this matter. All I ask is to have some peace and quiet free from daily barking dogs. Name and address supplied, Rye

Dogs in danger The story about a zookeeper who punched a kangaroo in the central west of NSW has gone viral. People are asking why a person so experienced with animals would use violence against one, particularly a member of a native species. Others are worried about the dog which was being held by the ‘roo just before the punch. The man’s employer, Taronga Zoo, said it “strongly opposes the striking of animals and does not support the practice of using dogs to hunt, as this can result in negative welfare for both species”, but has not fired the perpetrator. One thing is being missed in the row over who was in danger and who was threatening who. The dogs were only confronting the kangaroo because a bunch of men wanted to go and kill a pig. The lesson is clear: if you are genuinely

As the festive season kicks off and our social calendars begin to fill up, it’s timely to remind everyone to take extra care on the roads. Many of us will travel long distances in the coming weeks for Christmas get-togethers and we know the roads become increasingly busy during this time of year. It’s critical that everyone plans their journeys, makes good decisions and looks out for each other on the roads to ensure we’re all present for our loved ones this Christmas. In the excitement of festivities it can be difficult to keep track of how many alcoholic drinks we have consumed and we know consuming as little as one drink impairs your judgement. If you’re planning on drinking any alcohol our advice is to plan a way home that doesn’t involve driving. Some of us will travel on unfamiliar roads this summer so it’s important we all slow down, take regular breaks and drive to the weather and road conditions. Let’s all work together to keep each other safe so we can all enjoy Christmas with our families and friends. Joe Calafiore, TAC CEO

Festivities can distract Every year we look forward to the festive season – it is a time to relax, celebrate and be with those we love. It is also a busy time – a time of travel, parties and distractions which makes it a dangerous time on our roads. Already this year we have seen 270 lives lost on Victorian roads, 36 more than this time last year. This not only represents the lives lost, but also the families, friends and communities left mourning their loved ones. As a motor vehicle accident lawyer, I have represented many families and have unfortunately seen the widespread devastation caused by road accidents. By being patient, prepared and responsible behind the wheel this festive season, we can all enjoy a safe, well deserved break with our loved ones. Joanne Panagakis, practice group leader, Slater and Gordon

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Summer visitors: This tiger snake was stopped in its tracks last week in Rosebud, but the advice is to leave them alone.

Warm weather warning A MORNINGTON Peninsula snake catcher is urging people to be cautious of snakes coming out of hibernation, but to resist the urge to kill the legally protected reptiles. Mornington-based, registered snake catcher Barry Goldsmith receives about 20 to 30 calls about snake sightings every week, mainly from around the peninsula but also as far as Tullamarine, and said snakes were important indicators of a healthy environment and were usually just trying to hide. “Snakes will be more obvious now the weather is warming up, but the better thing to do rather than try to hurt or kill it, is to let it escape, stay away from it and keep yards tidy and grass mown,” he said. “Despite what some people think, snakes do not want to attack and will be more frightened of you that you are of them. “They are part of the ecosystems, and they eat rats and mice.” Mr Goldsmith said even tiger snakes, often thought of as aggressive, would rather get away than

bite. But Rosebud resident Kevin Berkefeld, whose neighbour killed a tiger snake in his backyard last week, said he was fearful that the snake could bite his grandchildren, who visit regularly. “We both have clean, tidy backyards but to see the snake in the middle of the day heading cross the lawn toward the back steps was quite scary,” he said. “My neighbour has a farming background, so instincts kicked in.” Mr Goldsmith said snakes did not die instantly when decapitated, and could suffer extended agony before death. “It’s in pain and scared, and that’s the worst thing you can do, as there are plenty of cases of people being bitten by the body-less head when trying to put it in the bin.” “I would advise take precautions, but don’t kill snakes, it’s cruel and unnecessary.” Call the Department of Sustainability and Environment on 136186 for a list of snake controllers.

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THIS sprawling single-level home showcases sensational style and fabulous space in a coveted pocket of old Mount Martha. Measuring an impressive 344 square metres (37 square) the home is set on an equally generous 1312 square metre block where luxurious touches include an in-ground pool, and there are also fantastic storage options with a huge three-car garage and double gates from the side that provide convenient extra parking for a boat or caravan. The welcoming interior is highlighted by a wide entry hall and high ceilings which accentuate the sense of

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Sophistication By The Sea Beachside, near new and contemporary throughout, this 3 bedroom villa with 2 bathrooms plus powder room presents the ultimate lifestyle by the sea. Walk to the Esplanade in a few minutes for your morning exercise, stroll to the local shops and cafĂŠ and enjoy a low maintenance, indoor-outdoor coastal lifestyle with everything at your fingertips. Plush carpets, sleek bathrooms, an open plan design and high-end fixtures and fittings set the tone throughout. Entertain family and friends in the stunning open plan kitchen complete with stainless steel SMEG appliances, breakfast island bench, Caesarstone counters and undermount sink. A private courtyard patio just steps away is ideal for alfresco dining in the warmer months. Enjoy sea breezes from this beautiful, slightly elevated position. Impress your guests with a main bathroom worthy of a magazine spread, complete with freestanding bath, Caesarstone vanity and ultra modern textured and tiled walls. The home also includes a double remote garage with internal access, ducted heating, reverse cycle split system air conditioning, ceiling fans, built-in robes, master with walk-in robe and contemporary ensuite plus landscaped gardens. This is quality and sophistication with a desirable beachside Mornington location.

For Sale Price $789,000 View Saturday 11:30-12:00pm www.harcourts.com.au/VMG26296 Lauren Wild M 0413 487 179 P 03 5970 8000 lauren.wild@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

Mornington 23 Fulton Avenue Big, beachside and a bright future A beautiful big 788 sqm (approx) block of beachside land with a 3 bedroom home, walking distance to the water – this is a golden opportunity for the future. It’s close to Fisherman’s Beach, a short drive to Main Street and a 5 minute stroll to the Dava Drive shops. Enjoy the solid, single storey home as it is or rent it out while you explore the property’s development potential (subject to council approval). The home features 2 living areas plus a sun room, a spacious master bedroom with a modern ensuite and walk-in robe, built-in robes, evaporative cooling, a gas log fire and a wall furnace. The kitchen is spacious, functional and central and the family bathroom is contemporary and has a separate shower and bath. There is a carport, a double garage, off-street parking and a big back yard.

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Auction Saturday 17th December at 11:00am View Saturday 10:30-11:00am www.harcourts.com.au Kara James M 0412 939 224 P 03 5970 8000 kara.james@harcourts.com.au Daniel Brooker M 0435 858 244 P 03 5970 8000 daniel.brooker@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

Mornington 34 Nunns Road “Lillypilly” Character-filled 3BR weatherboard home with a new, Hamptons style interior, just 3 minutes’ walk to Fisherman’s Beach. ‘Lilly Pilly’ is on a 305sq m (approx) corner allotment just 280m from the Esplanade. Walk to Main Street, feel the sea breezes and Lilo Café is at the end of the street. Fall in love with her charming exterior, rose bushes, plantation shutters and white picket fence. She has been updated throughout and features a brand new, designer kitchen with stone bench tops and undermount sink. Ground floor living, dining and entertainer’s kitchen, front and rear decks, courtyard and gardens. Incudes 2 master suites, study nook, built-in robes, a 2-car garage, shed, ducted heating, under stair storage. This is a stand-out home full of charm and sophistication, in a sensational seaside location.

3 For Sale Price $950,000 View Saturday 1:30-2:00pm www.harcourts.com.au/VMG26262 Kara James M 0412 939 224 P 03 5970 8000 kara.james@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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Mount Martha 25 Marguerita Avenue

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Awesome Agent…It is with great enthusiasm that we write this letter of recommendation for Kara James of

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Harcourts Mornington. We found Kara to be an outstanding professional whose excellent work merits recognition. We have bought & sold many homes over the years but it was obvious to us from our first contact with Kara that she clearly stood out from the rest. We found Kara to be highly organised, enthusiastic & very easy to see why she was so highly recommended from family & friends. Kara kept us informed every step of the way, from initial contact to Auction day, & the sale & marketing process was smooth and stress-free. The campaign was faultless, flawless & amazingly successful. Kara’s service & communication throughout the campaign was exceptional. We are absolutely thrilled with our sale result & cannot thank Kara enough for all her efforts. We would highly recommend Kara James without hesitation to any prospective seller. We couldn’t be happier! Bree & Andrew Mt Martha

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Brand new, premium beachside living is coming to Strachan’s Road. Buy off the plan, save on Stamp Duty and secure one of 4 luxurious townhouses walking distance to Fisherman´s Beach. This is an opportunity to own a showpiece home by award winning builder Hispec Homes – winner of the 2016 HIA Victorian Townhouse/Villa of the Year. Select from one of 3 x 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom designs and 1 x 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom design. Each townhouse has spacious ground floor living, a double remote garage, alfresco entertaining and landscaped gardens. Walk to Main Street in under 20 minutes. Includes Caesarstone bench tops, Smeg appliances, American Oak timber flooring, built-in robes, floor-to-ceiling tiled bathrooms, butler´s pantry, powder room, 6 star energy rating and more. Due for completion by July 2017. * Images are artists impressions.

Price $980,000 View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au/VMG26356 Lauren Wild M 0413 487 179 P 03 5970 8000 lauren.wild@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 P 03 5970 8000 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au

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Mount Martha 36 Sherwood Crescent

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Zip to the beach in 4 minutes and wake up to the birds - this 3 bedroom family home near a flora and fauna reserve offers a wonderful blend of coast and country. It has a beachside address, 813sqm (approx) of land and it’s walking distance to Mount Martha Public Golf Course and bushland tracks. The home is single storey, elevated and features a fantastic rear patio and deck for alfresco family dining. Kick off the beach gear, fire up the grotto barbecue and relax! There’s also a special surprise – a ‘man cave’ complete with internet cabling, heating and air conditioning! The home has 2 living areas, master with walk-through robe and ensuite, built in robes, stone bench tops in the kitchen. Includes gas log fire, ceiling fans, split system air conditioner, single garage, car port, vegetable garden, garden shed and potting shed!

Price: Negotiable Over $680,000 View Saturday 1:30-2:00pm www.harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 P 03 5970 8000 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au Daniel Brooker M 0435 858 244 P 03 5970 8000 daniel.brooker@harcourts.com.au

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Mornington 7/94-96 Barkly Street Sun, sand and a stylish pad It’s the perfect holiday pad, investment or first home owner’s abode. This renovated 2BR villa unit with an ultra modern interior, is walking distance to Mothers Beach and Main Street so grab your sun screen and your walking shoes because in a lifestyle property with a location as central as this, you’ll barely need the car. The freestanding, solid brick villa is one of 7 on the block and it has been renovated to create a coastal showpiece. It features a single carport, open plan lounge, dining and kitchen, built-in robes and a sleek bathroom with a claw foot bath and frameless shower. It’s low maintenance and features solid timber floors, s/steel ceiling fans, a barn-style feature door, gas log fire, s/steel dishwasher and rangehood, spacious master and panel heaters. Walk to cafes, restaurants, supermarket shopping and more.

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Mornington Units 2-4 / 1-3 Maxwell Street Luxurious And Large Villas, Designed To Appeal

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Seaside masterpiece - luxury, location and space Feast your eyes on this – a 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom, 4 living area contemporary home 4 doors from the Esplanade in Mornington. With its desirable location, contemporary design and high end appliances, fixtures and fittings, this is genuine luxury by the beach. The one owner, double storey home sits on a level 725sq m (approx) allotment; has a stunning wraparound deck and generous off-street parking. The ground floor contains the master with his and hers walk-in-robes and ensuite with double rain shower and double vanity; an entertainer’s kitchen with butler’s pantry, Caesarstone bench tops and s/steel Blanco appliances; spacious laundry; theatre room; retreat/pool room; and powder room. Includes 2 studies, 4 secondary bedrooms with ensuites, double remote garage, ducted heating, evaporative ducted cooling, video intercom and more.

For Sale Price Negotiable over $1,400,000 View Saturday 12:30-1:00pm or by appointment www.harcourts.com.au/VMG26287 Andrew Gillespie M 0414 680 512 P 03 5970 8000 andrew.gillespie@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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VOGUE • Architecturally designed, single-level home own title with a 6 Star energy rating • This iconic address features clerestory windows, formal lounge, sun-bathed openplan kitchen/living/dining and north-facing deck with heated/self cleaning pool • Privately zoned master suite with dual vanity ensuite and WIR, two further double bedrooms share a main bathroom, while separate powder room and oversized double garage with workshop/storage accommodate guests and secure parking • Offering the latest in design and trends by this award winning Architect/ Builder (Bathroom of the Year 2015) and located just minutes from Main Street’s cosmopolitan shopping precinct, beautiful local beaches and Mornington Harbour

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VUE DE MONDE • Outstanding two-year-old designer home spread over two levels on 1890sqm (approx.) allotment with four exceptional living areas including games room opening to jacuzzi and fire pit area, plus rumpus room off the children’s wing • Directly overlooking Safety Beach shoreline, the bay and city skyline, the deluxe theatre room sits adjacent to the luxurious master with WIR and divine ensuite • Luminous family living/dining adjoins the stunning stone and s/steel kitchen, with glass doors to sublime BBQ terrace and entertaining balcony with sweeping views • Also offering a sunny study, Italian oak floors, triple garage with internal access, hydronic heating, tinted and double-glazed windows, plus built-in trampoline

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When it comes to buying property you should consider the ‘3 P’s’ in the case of this home they are ‘Pristine, Private & Park’ making a secluded & serene seaside escape! An as new presentation adds to the appeal of this warm & inviting residence that is sure to make you want to call it home coupled with neutral tones, Bamboo floor & a gas fire that anybody would enjoy on a cold winters day. • 4 bedrooms (large master suite with WIR & ensuite) • Zoned & spacious living areas upstairs & down • Country style kitchen with feature timber topped island bench

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

• Alfresco entertaining area & sizeable rear garden with gated access to park • Ducted heating, refrigerated cooling, high ceiling & double garage

John Young 0412 766 804

MORNINGTON 49 & 49a Queen Street Open: Thurs 5-5.30pm & Sat 3-3.30pm Offers Over $1,400,000 Privileged – Golden Triangle Position!

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MORNINGTON 62 Herbert Street

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MORNINGTON 20a Neptune Street

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Ben York 0477 020 090

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Combining all three elements seamlessly in this stunning as new home which has been designed with an essence on light & space throughout. At the heart of this great entertainer is a vast open plan living/ dining area that sits adjacent to the huge deluxe stone topped kitchen that flow perfectly to the decked entertaining area. • 4 bedrooms (spacious master suite with ensuite & fitted WIR) • Huge deluxe kitchen with stainless steel appliances • Zoned living spaces upstairs & down • High ceilings & doors

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Situated in a quiet leafy street are these two alluring new townhouses that offer a lock up and leave lifestyle allowing you to indulge in the many delights the Mornington Peninsula is famous for! With an essence on space and light coupled with an exceptionally flexible floor-plan, these immaculate residences provide for luxury living. • 3 large bedrooms plus study (master w/FES & WIR) • Premium timber floors • 2 living areas (upstairs & down) • Heating & cooling throughout • Deluxe stone topped kitchen with Miele appliances • Double garage • Floor to ceiling tiles • Fully landscaped Get in early to take full advantage of the huge stamp duty savings on offer & to help create your very own slice of Peninsula living with these new residences.

Balmoral

Just a stones throw from Fishermans Beach, this residence offers style, quality & class. With construction commencing on this magnificent home boasting over 25sq of luxury living and alfresco just exudes class at every turn. • Alfresco entertaining area flowing seamlessly to • 3 bedrooms, downstairs master suite with fitted the living space WIR & luxury ensuite • Second zoned living area upstairs with balcony • Vast light filled open living/dining downstairs • Ducted heating & cooling • Hostess style stone topped kitchen with Miele appliances & butler pantry • Solid timber flooring & premium carpets • Gas log fire to living area • Auto double garage with internal access

MORNINGTON 2a Bayview Road

Agent on site: Sat 1-1.30pm

MORNINGTON 16 Mitchell Street

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Ben York 0477 020 090

Offers Over $900,000

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Designed with an essence on space & light is this stunning beachside abode ideally positioned within easy walking distance to Fishermans Beach, shops & Main Street. With a versatile floor plan offering spacious living, large bedrooms and plenty of space outside for entertaining making this the perfect choice to call home. • 3 bedrooms with WIR plus study • Designer bathrooms with floor to ceiling tiles (master suite with ensuite) & Grohe tapware • Spacious light filled living • Remote double garage • Deluxe stone topped kitchen with • Ducted heating & cooling European appliances • Fully landscaped front & rear Get in early to take full advantage of the huge stamp duty savings on offer.

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John Young 0412 766 804

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A fantastic location only minutes stroll from lovely walking trails & sandy beaches, providing an ideal setting for these new individually titled luxury homes & just moments from parks, local strip shops & cafe! Designed with an emphasis on space, light & functionality each of these stunning modern masterpieces will be finished to exacting standards & with all the mod cons one would expect for a home in this highly sought location. • 3 bedrooms plus study • High ceilings throughout & feature vaulted (downstairs master with ensuite & WIR) ceiling to main living • Deluxe gloss kitchen with s/steel appliances • Quality tiles & carpets • Security system • Stone tops to kitchen, ensuite & bathroom • 4000L water tanks • 2 zoned living spaces • 6 star energy rating • Timber flooring • LED downlights • Ducted heating & split system cooling Many other features & plus’ for this new development.

MORNINGTON 19 Darcy Street Sheer Elegance

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• 3 bedrooms plus study (downstairs master suite with ensuite & WIR) • Stone topped kitchen with Asko appliances • Zoned living spaces • Timber flooring • Ducted heating & split system cooling

• High ceilings • Quality tiles & carpets • 6 star energy rating • LED downlights • Balcony to the front with parkland aspect

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

John Young 0412 766 804

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Perfectly positioned within an easy walk of Bentons Square shopping, transport, parks and schools adding to the overall appeal of this stunning development. Get in early to take full advantage of the huge stamp duty savings on offer & to help create your very own slice of Peninsula living with these new residence.

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• High ceilings & doors throughout • Feature 4m ceiling to the entry foyer & study • Heating & refrigerated cooling • Double garage with internal access

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A fantastic location, quiet beachside position across from a park provide an ideal setting for these new individually titled luxury homes, coupled with being an easy stroll to Flock Cafe & beach making these new homes something that should be considered. With an elevated position & combining a sense of space, light & functionality in each of these stunning modern masterpieces of approx 29 squares of living including:

About to commence construction are these stunning single level residences offering modern & stylish architecture coupled with contemporary finishes & all with their own street frontage and individual title. • 3 large bedrooms plus study • Master suite with ensuite & WIR • Vast open plan living space flowing seamlessly to the outdoor entertaining area • Deluxe stone topped kitchen with quality European appliances

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This stylish modern residence is located within easy walking distance to Somerville Village, Somerville Primary School and transport. Providing a spacious open floor plan with an emphasis on space & light in their design & offering the opportunity to add your own touch with the internal colour scheme & fittings, with no expense being spared making this villa an ideal choice as your new home!

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

John Young 0412 766 804

• 3 generous sized dwellings (master with ensuite & WIR) • Gas ducted heating • Deluxe Caesar stone bench tops with stainless steel appliances

• High ceilings • Quality carpets throughout • Double remote garage • Fully landscaped

Get in early to take full advantage of the massive stamp duty savings to be had & to select your internal colour scheme.

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

John Young 0412 766 804

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After another very successful year we would like to also thank our clients for all their support. We look forward to another exciting year.

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New Listing

TOOTGAROOK 16 Raymond Street

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ROSEBUD Boatshed 122

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Positioned close to the beach and local shops sits this solid 3 bedroom family home with separate living areas, good size kitchen, family bathroom with separate WC, large double garage positioned on this generous 861m2 ( approx ) block. Gas heating, air conditioning, 11 solar panels, all in very good condition throughout. Vacant possession, be in for Christmas.

Price: Negotiable over $500,000 Contact: Rob Steele 0418 154 024

Over looking the waters edge this solid, freshly painted Boatshed is perfect to relax and take in the view headed just across from Mc Donalds, KFC and a short stroll to the Rosebud Plaza. Coming into summer what beer way to relax and have fun. Store everything, and be ready for some fun in the sun.

Price: $90,000 Contact: Adam King 0422 337 337

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

ROSEBUD 3/24 Woodvale Road

CAPEL SOUND 2/1733 Point Nepean Road

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Take advantage of the huge stamp duty savings available here before it`s too late. This stylish designer townhouse is currently under construction and is sure to impress. Scheduled for completion in November and ideally located in a tranquil leafy street with easy access to the freeway, local beach or McCrae Plaza. Just some of the special features include; a stylish modern facade, clever 3 bedroom floor plan with spacious bright living areas

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Price: Negotiable over $490,000 Inspect: Sat 3.30-4.00pm & Sun 12.30-1.00pm Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307

Price: Negotiable over $850,000 Contact: John Hall 0405 121 000 Marne Puls 0417 339 350

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

RYE 217 Melbourne Road

ROSEBUD 260 Jey Road

3 Always wanted to live in Rye, now here is your chance. Located on the service road just off Melbourne Road. This is a generous 800 Square Metre block ripe and ready for your new home. Enjoy the pristine location and joys of the peninsula, call today.

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‘Jey Grove’ is Rosebud`s latest up market residential development offering clever floor plans to suit your individual lifestyle. The special architectural design features here include 6.0 star energy rating, designer kitchens with luxury stone benchtops, modern glass splashbacks and quality European s/steel appliances, timber floors, solar hot water, split system heating/cooling, water tank, plus front  rear landscaping. Buy off plan and save big on stamp duty!

Price: $260,000 Plus Contact: Michelle King 0404 037 336

Price: From $455,900 to $609,000 Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

ROSEBUD 61 Boneo Road

ROSEBUD 138 Spray Street

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This property shows excellent opportunity as a professional area for future medical or childcare use or redevelop and build a multi-unit site (STCA). The existing home has been a great holiday home for many years and is now past its use by date. However the 755sqm block is in a sought after area, only 1km from Rosebud Plaza and beach.

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Buy one and get two income streams with this property, designed to accommodate two private residences, which has been generating a return in excess of $32,000pa as a rental. You could convert to holiday rentals or your own holiday home with additional accommodation for extra family. The front residence features 2BR’s, open plan living, kitchen and external deck. The second residence offers 1BR, garden area, kitchen and bathroom.

Price: Negotiable over $430,000 Contact: Rob Steele 0418 154 024

Price: $450,000 Contact: Marne Puls 0417 339 350

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

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Stunning near new residence seing a new benchmark for coastal living right opposite the beach. With two family areas there is the option to create an alternative three bedroom layout, or remain with the current two bedroom design. The expansive living area incorporates an opulent kitchen with stone bench tops, beautiful timber floors and a bank of sliding doors which open to reveal a stunning alfresco entertaining area with built in BBQ area. Also including vogue bathrooms, powder room  garage.

> MORNINGTON NEWS realestate 13 December 2016

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‘Old English Lane’ 257 Dunns Road, MORNINGTON Baywest Real Estate (VIC) P/L, 1/109 High Street ,Hastings, VIC 3915 DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177 Email: dmckenzie@baywestrealestate.com.au Web: www.baywestrealestate.com.au

> MORNINGTON NEWS realestate 13 December 2016

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Travelling motion picture company a huge hit Compiled by Cameron McCullough LAST Friday gave further evidence that the Majestic Picture Company desires to produce up-to- date pictures, and at the same time, items of interest. The Battle of the Somme was very realistic. On Friday 22nd the New East Lyne will be produced; a piece that will live for ever, companion picture to Napoleon at St Helena, Charlie Chaplin and a host of others. Dromana will be visited Monday 18th Dec; Somerville 19th and Hastings 20th, with the Australia at War. We can confidently recommend the residents of these towns to support the Majestic Pictures in their endeavours to bring a Melbourne show to their town. *** MESSRS Brody and Mason will hold a special sale of household furniture and sundries at Somerville on Thursday next, full particulars of which are advertised. *** THE ladies of Frankston are invited to meet the committee of the Frankston Athletic Club in the Mechanics’ on Monday evening, to see what arrangements with regard to the refreshment stall at the sports on New Year’s Day can be made. *** THE local Red Cross Society appeals to all who are interested, for donations, in cash or kind, to provide Xmas Cheer for our soldiers at Langwarrin Camp.

Donations may be left with Mrs Maxwell, “Thalassa”, Frankston. *** A SPECIAL meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers’ Association will be held on Monday next, Dec 18th, at 8pm in the Mechanics’ Hall, re holding a Show and election of committee. All members are requested to attend. *** SPECIAL attention is called to an advertisement in another column, of a presentation to 23 recruits who have recently volunteered from Frankston, and the immediate district. Each volunteer will receive a gold medal. This is the sixth presentation to Frankston volunteers, the total number of whom now amounts to more than 130. His Honor Sir John Madden G.C.M.G., L.L.D., D.C L. etc, has very kindly consented to make the presentations and deliver an address, on the occasion. Captain Conder, the Commandant, and Chaplain Gates will also deliver addresses. By kind permission of the Commandant the Langwarrin Military Camp Band will play selections during the evening. *** Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. Monday 11th December, 1916. Before Mr P. Cohen P.M. and Messrs C. G. V. Williams, W. J. Oates and C. W. Grant.J’s.P. DEFAULT SUMMONS. William Henry Miller v Edwin James Foster claim for £50, money due on promissory notes. Summons not served. Hearing extended to next month.

TRUANCY Constable Ryan v James Catley Neglecting to send William Catley to school required number of days during week ended 2nd September. No appearance of defendant. Fined 2s in default 3 hours imprisonment. BREACH OF FACTORIES ACT Inspector Geo Hall v Hector Gamble - unlawfully employing one, R. Marshall, in his wood yard at a lower rate of wages than the rate fixed by the Country Fuel and Fodder Board. Defendant pleaded not guilty and was represented by Mr Utber who informed the court that defendant was not aware that the Determination was in existence and had employed the boy out of charity in order to help him. After hearing the evidence of Inspector Hall, Const. Ryan and the boy Marshall, the P.M. announced that the Bench accepted defendant’s statement that he was unaware of the existance of the Determination. However a breach had occurred Fined 20s with 7s costs. A claim put in by the Inspector for arrears of wages for the boy was disallowed by the Bench, who refused to make an order, the P.M. stating that the boy could sue for the arrears if he saw fit to do so. TRAVELLING WITHOUT A TICKET H. Jansen of Brunswick, pleaded guilty to a charge of riding on the railways without a ticket, between Aspendale and Carrum on 5th Nov.— Fined 10s with 7s 6d costs. Wm. Ekins, bookmaker, from Men-

tone, charged with travelling between Mentone and Frankston on Nov 29th., without a ticket. Ekins was defended by Mr Cantor and pleaded not guilty. Inspector Hory of the Railways Department who conducted the prosecution, informed the court that on the date in question Ekins arrived by the midnight train from Melbourne. He passed through the barrier and a gave up a Mentone ticket. When challenged by the stationmaster, he became abusive and refused to pay or give his name until the police arrived. Meanwhile a struggle took place between Ekins and the station master. Const. Ryan arrived and arrested him. Henry Herbert Perry, station master at Frankston, William Grant, Guard on the midnight train gave evidence as to the facts outlined by Mr Hory. Const E C. Ryan stated chat he was called to the station at 1 30 a.m on 29th Nov. He found defendant to be under the influence of drink, and after hearing complaints he arrested defendant who offered him £1 to let him go. At the police office defendant complained that the station master and guard had brutally assaulted him by punching him on the face kicking him, etc. He made no complaint at the railway station and he had no marks on him. Witness released defendant on bail. Defendant gave evidence on his own behalf, and in cross examination admitted going through the gate

without saying that he only had a Mentone ticket. The P.M stated that defendant’s statement as to the assault on him was ridiculous and the Bench did not believe him. Fined 40s with 10s costs. A second charge of offensive behaviour was dismissed. DISORDERLY VISITORS Const Ryan charged John R Johansen, a milk carter, from Prahran, with (1) unlawfully assaulting Albert G S Anderson at Frankston, on Sunday 26th Nov. (2) Unlawfully assaulting Arthur James Clague, at Frankston, on Sunday, Nov 26th. (3) Behaving in an offensive manner in Young Street, Frankston, on Sunday 26th November. Johansen, who pleaded not guilty was defended by Mr Cantor. Sergt. Parkin, who conducted the prosecutions, informed the court that on the Sunday in question, accused, with other men, visited Frankston, and, while drunk, behaved badly. Accused did not profit by the warning which Const. Ryan had previously given, but violently assaulted two men. Evidence for the prosecution by Albert Anderson, A. Clague, Privates Hooper and Burke and Const. Ryan. Defendant alleged that the other men assaulted him first. G. H. Farmer, boot maker at Frankston supported his contention. The Bench convicted Johansen and imposed fines. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 16 December, 1916

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The summer of the Chocolate Ripple Effect By Stuart McCullough SUMMERTIME and the living is easy. Unless, of course, you have a summer job in which case you should prepare to work harder than you ever knew was humanly possible. From one week to the next, I was plucked from the cloistered comfort zone of school and cast into the adult world of actual, real work. To say that it seemed confronting at the time would be an understatement of some magnitude. Suffice to say, I found the real world something of a shock. I had just finished year 12. Nowadays, this achievement would be marked by borrowing money from my parents, skedaddling to the Gold Coast before blowing the lot on a cover charge for an empty disco and a blue cocktail comprised entirely of the least popular spirits known to bartending and left-over bathroom disinfectant. But, back then, I decided to celebrate the completion twelve years of schooling by immediately starting a summer job doing data entry for Safeway. It was my first office job. At the time, my wardrobe comprised my school uniform, a pair of jeans, a Hang-10 windcheater and a flannel tracksuit. It would be fair to say that I had little in the way of suitable business attire. Somewhat tragically, I don’t recall an emergency trip to the menswear section at Myer, which means I was probably forced to improvise. Not since the grade six pool party when I decided to take an over-sized pair of my father’s shorts to avoid the embarrassment of wearing lolly-bags in front of my class mates, only to see them dislodged by the force of my first dive into the pool and float away before being swallowed by the filter, had the potential for outright humiliation been so great. They would not have been suit pants. Frankly, the trousers I wore simply wouldn’t qualify. They were slacks. There’s every chance that I might have worn a short-sleeved shirt. In a botched attempt to appear sophisticated, the shirt was a

shade of gelato green. That was my best shirt. After that, it was downhill and the descent was steep. And as for the tie, beggars cannot be choosers. The tie I wore was one handed down from previous generations. If you were being polite, you might describe it was ‘busy’. A whirling mess of paisley, my necktie was not so much ‘eye catching’ as it was something that could induce blindness instantly. The job of data entry clerk was located at head office in Mulgrave and, each morning, I got a lift to work. It was a new world of peak hour traffic and radio reports. At the office, I had a desk and a computer terminal. I would then be handed a

swathe of computer printouts and it was then my task to input the prices. Until that time, I’d only ever sat in front of a computer to play ‘Frogger’. This was not quite as much fun. Indeed, I’d previously thought that getting run over as I tried to cross the street was as stressful as the world of computers got. I was wrong. The stakes were high. If I messed up, it would mean that the price for a tub of ice cream in Hoppers Crossing would be completely out of whack. Although making an error as to the price of a tub of ice cream might seem like a small thing, I can assure you that such catastrophes have very real consequences. I thought of it as the ‘chocolate

ripple affect’. I had seen the film ‘War Games’ with Matthew Broderick in which a computer has the power to destroy humanity by launching a nuclear missile attack. The impact of a data entry error seemed to me then to be far worse. Out of fear that a casual data entry error might bring the entire retail sector crashing to my knees, my next summer job was in an orchard. Not only did this mean I could avoid the awesome responsibility of data entry, I could spend time with my brother and our friend, Marcus. The dress code was casual. It was outdoors. It was, in fact, as different to study as could possibly be imagined. Our job was not to pick fruit but to thin it, so that it could grow properly and be picked by others. Over those weeks each summer, I would thin fruit until I was doing it in my dreams. Getting up each morning, it was like Bill Murray in ‘Groundhog Day’ except that instead of ‘I Got You’ by Sonny and Cher, commercial FM radio deemed ‘I Touch Myself’ by The Divinyls as appropriate audio fare for six o’clock in the morning. We thinned, we fell off our ladders when we occasionally lost our balance and we talked. It was the kind of work that conducive to casual chatter and we talked up hill and down dale. From a distance, we must have sounded like cockatoos, squawking as we worked. These were my first forays into the world of work. Back then it seemed a somewhat alien experience. But, for better or for worse, that was summer for me. Although I didn’t realise it then, those months between school years were the most carefree days of my life. Other than not inadvertently giving away tubs of ice cream or falling off my ladder too often, I had nothing in the way of responsibility. Incidentally, I no longer dream of thinning fruit. But take me to an orchard and put a ladder in front of me, and I’ve no doubt that it would all come flooding back to me. Welcome back summer. stuart@stuartmccullough.com Mornington News 13 December 2016

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Brittain smashes another big ton PROVINCIAL By IT Gully BAXTER’S Chris Brittain smashed his second big century in as many matches on Saturday as his side posted 7/363 against Crib Point. Brittain belted 10 sixes and nine fours in his massive knock of 181, backing up the 155 he hit against Mornington the match before. Both the Magpies and Doggies have some of the best bowlers running around in the MPCA. In addition to two massive tons, Brittain has also hit two half centuries against Langwarrin and Sorrento this season, giving him almost 500 runs for the year. Former Victorian wicket keeper

and South Australian coach Darren ‘Chuck’ Berry told radio SEN listeners during the week that Brittain’s knock of 155 was one of the best he had seen. Berry does some specialist coaching at Baxter and at Mornington. While Brittain’s knock was something special, there was a more than reasonable batsman at the other end dominating the attack – Daniel Warwick. The Baxter skipper was superb in his knock of 124. The highest score after that was Ben Brittain with 13. Regardless, almost 400 will be too many for the Magpies to track down. Langwarrin is just 37 runs from victory against Pines after the first day where they bowled out the home side for 109.

Kangas skipper Travis Campbell was at his best as he led the charge with 5/35 from 13.1 overs, while leg spinner Matty Prosser made it 13 wickets for the season with 3/22 from 14 overs. In reply, Langwarrin isn’t out of the woods, four wickets down for 73. Matty Prosser was the best of the top order bats with 24. Campbell and Aaron Edwards are the not out batsmen. Nick Wilcox and Pat Jackson each have two wickets for the Piners. Sorrento has already won its match against Moorooduc. The Ducs batted first and were bowled out for just 85. John Collison scored more than half of the runs with 43.

Rob Parslow picked up 4/18 for the Sorras while CJ King snared 4/39. In reply, Sorrento is 3/149, Corey Harris not out 61 and Ben Tracy unbeaten on 35. Somerville has set Long Island 259 for victory after skipper Leigh Lowry belted 128 and Brenton Alp 54. Nick Marshall also opened with 35 to help the home side to a very competitive total. Chris Hocking and Stuart Swift were the pick of the bowlers with three and four wickets respectively. Mt Eliza and Peninsula Old Boys are locked in what appears to be a tight tussle. In the battle of the neighbours, the Mounties batted first and posted 263.

Damien Kent was among the runs again for the home side, opening with 84, Keith Biggs hit 57 and Tim Clark 45 to be the key run makers. Evion Bowen and Jon Forrest each claimed three wickets for the Old Boys. Mornington looks set for victory against Pearcedale after a solid day with the ball. The Doggies rolled the visitors for 132, Michael Heib dominating with the ball with 7/46. Brad McDonald claimed 2/27. Shayne Gillings (38) and max Blackburn (34) offered some middle order resistance for the Panthers when their side was reeling at 4/38.

Reds continue their domination DISTRICT By IT Gully MT MARTHA has continued its domination in District cricket, already picking up the 12 points against Main Ridge. Main Ridge have been a major disappointment this season with high expectations that they would be a real challenger in 2016-17. However, the Ridge’s form has been up and down and they find themselves mid-range on the ladder. On Saturday they batted first and were rolled for just 125. Michael Holmes opened with 27 and Billy Sakalis was the next best with 24. Shaun Foster was sent packing for a blob and skipper Gareth Wyatt was trapped in front for 17. Wyatt has

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scored just over 100 runs this season (76 coming in one innings against Rye), which is far from the star Wyatt that we have come to expect. Rhys Whitling, Michael Claven and Curtis Stone all did the damage with the ball for Mt Martha. The Reds have already past the total, skipper Mitchel Darvill scoring 78 at the top of the order and Riley Shaw hitting 40. In the battle for outright top spot, Red Hill is just 69 runs from victory against Flinders. Flinders batted first on their home deck on Saturday and were bowled out for 127. Tom Clements was the best of the Sharks’ bats with 39, while Blake Hogan-Keogh hit five fours in his 31. Brent Martin was the pick of the Red Hill bowlers with 5/25 from 26.1

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overs. Carl Robinson also did some damage with 3/32 from 20 overs. In reply, Red Hill faced the final 14 overs of the day and settled on 1/59. Matt Merifield was in a destructive mood for the Hillmen, blasting two sixes and five fours on his way to 41. Delcombe Park has set Seaford Tigers with a challenge of scoring 299 to win their match. The Parkers batted first on their home deck and it was Jon Guthrie this time who took to the bowling with a fine 132. Guthrie’s century included 10 fours and three sixes. Nick Christides was also up and going with 74, while Evan Campbell chipped in with 39. David James, Ash Mills and Max Watters all picked up two wickets each for the Tigers. Baden Powell is just 51 runs away

from victory against Rye. The Demons batted first on Saturday and made 111 in 69 overs. Aaron Vernon was the pick of the Rye batsmen with 37, while Andrew Dunn scored 17. In reply, the Braves are cruising at 0/61, Coen Chernishoff and Elia Carter both undefeated on 29. Rosebud has started well in its chase against Seaford, who were bowled out for 200. Seaford batted first on its home ground and Ryan McQueen got his team away to a good start with 62, while receiving good support from Chris Cleef with 44. However, Jason Nagel took wickets at important times, including that of McQueen, and finished with 4/59 from 27 overs. Billy Quigley picked up 3/47 from 13 overs.

In reply, the Buds are 1/47, Brian Doughty the out batsman for 18. Quigley and Mathew Maher are the not out batsmen. Boneo has set Heatherhill 204 for victory. The Pandas top and middle order failed miserably which put real pressure on the middle and lower order. Thankfully Cam Wiliams (64) and Leigh Janssen (39) made an impression late in the innings. Boneo was 3/23 at one stage and then 7/70 before the late comeback. Jason Hinde was superb with the ball for the Hills with 4/41 while Matt Meagher claimed 3/44 from 27.1 overs. Brett Maxwell was also good for the home side with 3/55 from 17 overs.


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Flinders falter: (left and above) The home side scored just 127 runs, and now have Red Hill nipping at their heels. Pictures: Rab Siddhi

Yabbies in a good position SUB-DISTRICT By IT Gully TYABB has given itself very chance to beat Carrum and keep its season alive with an impressive performance with the bat on Saturday. Yabbies’ opener Nick Taranto hit 116 and number three Michael Edwards went agonising close to a century, scoring 96, to help the Yabbies to 4/270. Troy Hollingsworth was the best of the Lions’ bowlers with three of the

four wickets, finishing his 30 overs with 3/92. Dromana is in some real strife as it tries to reign in Balnarring’s 206. The Hoppers did well with the ball to keep the Saints to a gettable total. Jye Voelkl was at his best for the Hoppers with 5/53 from 15.4 overs, while Craig Dunlop snared 3/60 from 20 overs. In reply, Dromana is in some early strife at 2/35. Kierran Voelkl is not out 21. Ballam Park should be favorite

heading into day two of its match against Tootgarook. However, the Knights would need to be at their best and the Frogs’ bowlers would need to have a stinker for the home side to win. Travis French with 55 and Coen Packer with 42 got the visitors away to a flier before the wheels fell off. Stuart Plunkett was superb for the Knights with 4/59 from 26.5 overs, while Jake Williams and Jason Riley each claimed two wickets. Top of the table Hastings is in a

world of pain against Frankston YCW. After doing the job with the ball and bowling out the Stonecats for 150, the Blues bats didn’t respond and are in some trouble at 3/18. At one stage the Stonecats were 7/48 before Brett Hudgson (55) and Andrew Kitson (44) came to the rescue. Robbie Hearn was surprisingly the pick of the bowlers with 3/8 from six overs for the Blues while Isuru Dias and Ryan McNamara picked up a couple each.

A lot is going to be on the shoulders of Luke Hewitt for the Blues to win. Carrum Downs is just three wickets away from victory against Skye. After making 181 in 55 overs, the Cougars have Skye in real trouble at 7/40 in reply. After top scoring with the bats for the Cougars with 40, David Darvin did all the damage with the ball also, claiming 5/16 from 13 overs, including six maidens.

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ever - First-Ever Mazda CX-3 sold a November-best 1,403 small SUVs and Brand-New Mazda CX-9 hit another all-time high. Since its launch in July, Mazda CX-9 has broken the previous (March 2008) record of 603 units, improving it to 738 in August. Sales then climbed to 863 in October, peaking at 921 last month. With a total of 3,384 sales in 2015 and 3,344

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LMCT 10467 While stocks last. Mitsubishi reserves the right to extend or modify these offers. Offers available on new vehicles purchased and delivered between 1 Nov and 31 Dec 2016. Excludes Government, Rental & National Fleet buyers. See participating dealers for full terms and conditions. 1. $2,000 Factory Bonus on 16MY Triton 4x4 double cab pickups will be deducted from the final negotiated drive away price at the time of purchase. 2. 16MY Triton GLX+ and 16MY Triton GLS manual transmission. 3. Free auto upgrade from manual to automatic transmission on 16MY Lancer and 15.5MY ASX 2WD LS. 4. Recommended DRIVE AWAY selling price, including 12 months’ registration, CTP insurance, Stamp Duty & Dealer Delivery. Excludes Government, Rental & National Fleet customers. DIAMOND ADVANTAGE: †NEW VEHICLE WARRANTY: 5 years or 100,000km (whichever occurs first). Service conditions apply. *CAPPED PRICE SERVICING: 4 years or 60,000km (whichever occurs first).Covers all items specified under the standard “Regular Service Table” for normal operating conditions detailed in the service and warranty booklet. Additional service/repair items (if required) are at additional cost. ^ ROADSIDE ASSIST (Service conditions apply). For purchase of new Mitsubishi vehicles, your initial 12-month roadside assist will be extended for a period of 12 months from the date of the most recent eligible Capped Price Service for that vehicle performed at an authorised Mitsubishi dealer. Roadside assist, if extended in accordance with these items, is available for a maximum of up to 5 years. Conditions apply. See mitsubishi-motors.com.au for further information.

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