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Fashionable starter at Spring Carnival MT MARTHA’S Lorraine Reeves is off to the races. But the enthusiastic fashion designer has more on her mind than thundering hooves and two dollar place bets with rails bookies on Melbourne Cup Day. Her goal is a win in the Fashions on the Field contest – an entry she earned after being named a top-10 finalist in the Emerging Designer Award category. Ms Reeves says she has wanted to be a designer since she was a teenager but didn’t have the opportunity to study fashion when she finished school. Now she’s on the verge of the big time. “Designs on a career with fashion in mind” Page 5

Fencing The Pillars for safety Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au A FENCE stopping access to The Pillars rock jumping platforms at Mt Martha is to be built before summer. Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr Bryan Payne said the situation at The Pillars “is out of control and the only option is to close it off permanently”. The shire will also declare a 200 metre exclusion zone for boats and water craft out from the cliff face. The move seemingly defies direc-

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ing signs) but abandoned an earlier decision to build a fence after it was opposed by the government and Aboriginal Victoria. Since then The Pillars has become more popular, with real estate agents using its close proximity as an incentive to property buyers. In what appears to be a bid to politicise the issue in the lead-up to the Saturday 24 November election, Cr Payne last week said shire will invite “representatives of all political parties” to inspect The Pillars “where an increasing number of young people risk death or serious spinal injury by cliff jumping”.

“The council [on Tuesday 9 October] voted unanimously to close the site as a result of major legal advice which raised serious liability questions for the council and ratepayers,” Cr Payne said. “Over the last three years through social media, the problems at The Pillars have increased dramatically. This site is not set up to support a high level of visitation and basically the Victorian government, Parks Victoria and the local community have lost control of the situation as a public safety and law and order issue. Continued Page 12

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Shire opts for CEO with ‘commitment to local democracy’ A MAN with “extensive local government experience in the UK combined with commercial expertise developed as lead partner at both Ernst and Young and KPMG in the UK and Australia” is Mornington Peninsula Shire’s new CEO. John Baker was last week named to succeed Carl Cowie who left Friday 30 August after almost four years at the helm to take up the vacant CEO’s position at Nillumbik, in the outer northern suburbs of Melbourne. The new CEO will pocket a yearly $380,000 over his four-year term with annual salary reviews. Likewise, his performance will be reviewed annually by the council – with an option for quarterly reviews. Mr Cowie’s package was about $400,000. A clause in Mr Baker’s contract states: “If, at the end of the term, [his contract] is not extended … it is agreed that such a decision does not imply any adverse assessment of the officer. Both the council and the officer … must keep confidential and must not disclose or publicise the reason for the council’s decision not to extend the officer’s employment.” The mayor Cr Bryan Payne said Mr Baker had worked on large local

Top job: Mornington Peninsula Shire’s new CEO John Baker. Picture: Supplied

government development programs, including London Ventures, a private and public sector partnership, and Placed Based Budgets, which tackled issues such as health, social services and transport infrastructure. “Council is very impressed with John’s demonstrated commitment to enhancing local democracy through a transparent and inclusive leadership approach,” Cr Payne said. “He will bring the ability to build relationships at all levels inside and outside council to ensure Mornington Peninsula Shire continues to grow its reputation as one of Australia’s most vibrant and dynamic areas. “John has an ideal background for

the leadership now required at council. He has also spent a considerable amount of time in Australia supporting the not-for-profit sector in both aged care and disability services.” The mayor thanked interim CEO Kelvin Spiller “and all our senior management team for doing such a great job in the intervening period and keeping the wheels turning since the departure of our previous CEO until the arrival of John. Their dedication and commitment is, as always, greatly appreciated by council.” Mr Baker said he was “genuinely excited to be joining the very impressive team” at the shire. “Local government leadership provides unique opportunities to improve the lives of people in really meaningful ways, from local services and infrastructure, to improving social connectedness and planning for appropriate commercial development,” he said. “I cannot think of a more exciting community and area to be involved. I intend to be active in the community and really look forward to meeting many more people of the peninsula as I settle into this important role.” Mr Baker starts on 7 November.

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Designs on a career with fashion in mind Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au MELBOURNE’S Spring Racing Carnival means more to Lorraine Reeves than thundering hooves and two dollar place bets. The Mt Martha fashion designer is gearing up for her first Fashions on the Field contest at Flemington on Melbourne Cup Day after being named as a top 10 finalist in the Emerging Designer Award category. Ms Reeves says she wanted to be a designer since she was a teenager but didn’t have the opportunity to study fashion when she finished school. “However, I have been a dressmaker my whole life and, even without formal study and being mostly self-taught, I have made bridal and special occasion wear for individual clients in the past.” Ms Reeves completed a Certificate III in Fashion Design as a mature aged student at Masters Institute of Creative Education (formerly Melbourne School of Fashion) at the end of last year. “The course was over three years,” she said. “In my final year I was selected, along with three fellow students, to present my capsule collection on the student runway at Melbourne Fashion Week. “This year at fashion week I was selected to represent the institute as an emerging designer in a fashion capsule with an outfit on display in the Bourke Street Mall.” Ms Reeves said her aesthetic “would be considered classic styling with a twist, with the emphasis on embellishment and manipulated fabrics and trims”.

“I prefer to create one-off pieces, and I value the idea of investment dressing with high quality workmanship and materials which last for a very long time,” she said. “I think this is important for the environment as there is far too much mass-produced fashion. And, of course, it is important for those wanting something different to what everyone else has!” Ms Reeves said her designs were popular with those seeking bespoke and unique garments “specifically made for them to reflect their personality and which fit them well”. “It should be noted though, that something ‘specially’ made should be for wearing any time – not just special occasions,” she said. Winning the contest would give her work valuable exposure. “It would make my target market aware of where I am and what I can do,” she said. Prizes include a Myer internship, Myer editorial, Sofitel accommodation, Antler luggage, an opportunity to present designs in a Myer Bourke Street window display, fashion feature in Inside Headquarters magazine and a Myer gift card. “There always seems to be limited time to design and create an outfit or garment, so it’s a rush at the end,” Ms Reeves said. “Or maybe it’s just that I want to put perfection and individuality into everything I do. “Of course, I feel very privileged just to be chosen as a finalist, so even not winning the competition will, hopefully, create more of the type of work I’m so passionate about.”

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tion within the Southern Metro Region Division 4”. The walk ties into the Head-to-Head walk being completed by Chief Commissioner Ashton Graham and a team led by Secretary Sergeant Wayne Gatt from Mallacoota to Melbourne. The overall walk aims to raise more than $500,000 for the Victoria Police provident fund’s new mental health fund and assist the retired peer support officer program. This volunteer group of retired police members supports more than 700 mostly former police experiencing mental health issues, such as PTSD, depression, anxiety, and alcohol and substance abuse. Rather than accept donations or pledges during his walk Superintendent White asked that they be made on the Head-to-Head website. Stephen Taylor

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Shire call to turn tip site into power hub Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire is seeking expressions of interest to turn a former tip into a solar energy plant. The proposed plant at 119 Truemans Road, Capel Sound would use banks of solar panels to generate electricity to be bought by the shire, or sold back to the grid and used to power thousands of homes in surrounding suburbs. The winning tenderer would build, own and run the plant for 25 years, with possible options for a longer term. However, the capital-free solar generation and battery farm EoI campaign, which closed Monday 8 October, may have unintentionally excluded the company which suggested the idea back in March. Volt Farmer’s project developer Stephen Todd said the explicit wording of the tender documents put him in an invidious position He said his project “would have provided low cost, carbon-free and reliable power for over 1250 homes as a pilot”. Under the heading “Canvassing”, the EoI documenty states: “The proponent, its employees or consultants must not approach … any councillor, member of council’s staff or consultant engaged by council: to solicit support for its proposal; or otherwise seek to influence the outcome of this expression of interest process. “The proponent must, to the extent practicable and reasonable, avoid

Power to the people: The site of the proposed solar generation plant at Rye. Picture: Yanni

socialising with councillors or members of council’s team evaluating the proposals and, where such socialising occurs, refrain from discussing its proposal or the project. “The proponent must direct all communications during the expression-

of-interest process via the Tenderlink questions and answers forum.” Mr Todd said he realised he had inadvertently breached those conditions as he had “already presented the project as an unsolicited approach to the shire”. He had discussed its

features with councillors and staff, promoted it on social media and spruiked its benefits. He also touted a visitor education centre, complementary farm businesses, beehives and a data mining unit. So, despite making the early run-

ning, Mr Todd concedes the EoI document “inadvertently excludes Volt Farmer from making an application to lease the land due to a perceived ‘unfair advantage’ over other solar farm developers”. However, his interpretation of the legalities is at odds with those of the mayor Cr Bryan Payne and Cr Simon Brooks – as well as senior council officers – who all believe Volt Farmer is a bona fide contender and should put in a bid. “It is a shame he is not tendering,” Cr Brooks said. “All the councillors were very enthusiastic of the Volt model and want it evaluated on its merits. “The EoI was the mechanism we adopted.” A philosophical Mr Todd said his proposals had been endorsed by United Energy and GreenSync as part of moves to create a network of small-scale renewable energy farms on the peninsula. Power Ledger, which he described as “Australia’s leader in energy blockchain technology”, had also endorsed the Volt Farmer project. Despite what he perceives as an unforeseen setback caused by the EoI campaign, Mr Todd said Mornington Peninsula councillors and officers had been “exceptionally supportive of the Volt Farmer proposal as it created a unique blend: renewable energy farm, educational resource and wider community economic development”. He said Volt Farmer was “scoping out other sites on the peninsula to build a pilot project”.

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Moving in all directions

There are many ways to move, but whatever road your journey takes you can be sure that we’re focused on arriving at a Peninsula where mobility and connectedness are an essential feature of our community’s lives. The Mornington Peninsula has the second lowest provision of public transport in metropolitan Melbourne — this calls for change! With public transport across Victoria controlled and managed by the state government, we continue to push for improved service for our residents, businesses and visitors. Join our campaign for #betterbuses on the Mornington Peninsula by writing to the Minister for Transport in Victoria about times you have been impacted by public transport on the peninsula. Active transport is not only great for our health, it also promotes connection, decreases traffic congestion and reduces air pollution! Since 2006, Walk to School has encouraged kids to increase their daily physical activity by riding, walking or scooting to school during October. Last year, more than 140,000 kids walked the equivalent of two return trips to the moon! Hit the street or learn more online. Be it buses or pathways, we want our community to enjoy infrastructure and services that are effective, sustainable and get them to where they need to be. mornpen.vic.gov.au/betterbuses walktoschool.vic.gov.au

Heritage Awards 2018 The Mornington Peninsula Heritage Awards recognise those who have demonstrated excellence in retention, restoration, enhancement, interpretation and reuse of our heritage places. In August, we hosted the 2018 award ceremony in conjunction with The National Trust of Australia (Victoria). Learn about our 2018 recipients: mornpen.vic.gov.au/heritageawards

Nominate a local hero If you know someone who has gone above and beyond to make the Peninsula a better place, acknowledge their contribution by nominating them for the 2019 Australia Day Local Awards. Nominations are open for Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, and Community Event of the Year and close 9 November 2018. mornpen.vic.gov.au/ausdayawards

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No charge green waste weekend Prepare your property for spring! Dispose of green waste (garden waste and untreated timber) at no charge at our Resource Recovery Centres from 19 – 21 October. This event is held for Shire residents and ratepayers only and proof of residency is required. Green waste must be delivered from residential vehicles and trailers. Delays are expected, particularly at the beginning and end of the day; visit the Tyabb Centre to avoid potential delays at Mornington. mornpen.vic.gov.au/greenwaste

Turning trash into treasure October is Buy Nothing New month! We’re helping our community to give their belongings a second life, and reduce landfill waste, by covering the cost of stall fees at a range of community markets. If you’re interested in running a stall, viewing participating markets or learning more, register your interest by phone or visit us online: mornpen.vic.gov.au/wasteeducation 5950 1634

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Seawinds: Crs Simon Brooks, Antonella Celi, Frank Martin

Briars: Crs Rosie Clark, Bev Colomb, Sam Hearn

We’re delighted by Rosebud’s finalist nomination in Keep Victoria Beautiful’s Tidy Town of the Year 2018 awards, which celebrate the sustainability achievements of rural and regional communities across Australia. Rosebud Boomerang Bags and Seawinds Boomerang Bag Group both received finalist nods, as did the Destination Rosebud project, facilitated by the Shire’s Infrastructure Project Delivery Team. Congratulations to our local category finalists; we’re so proud of the work you do within our community!

We’re looking forward to meeting with our community to discuss the issues that matter to you. Come along to our ward meeting for an opportunity to ask questions and hear the latest news, including current and future projects and events, from 5.30 – 7.30pm on 25 October at Mount Martha House, 466 Esplanade, Mount Martha. We’re also encouraging our community to attend The Pillars Community Meeting, from 5.30 – 6.30pm on 1 November at Mornington Council Chamber. Join us!

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Spring is breeding time for our wildlife; with a greater presence of animals on our roads at this time, there is an increased risk of wildlife deaths. Be mindful of all creatures great and small when you drive, particularly at the critical times of dawn and dusk, and minimise the risk of collisions by slowing down on our rural roads. Contact Wildlife Victoria or WHOMP for injured, abandoned or distressed wildlife.

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It’s an exciting time for Somerville residents and the wider community! With the structure of the new and improved Somerville Recreation Centre taking shape, the highly-anticipated project has entered an important phase. I’m grateful to our local sporting clubs for their continued support as the project progresses.

Running start Cerberus: Cr Kate Roper

I’m so looking forward to the inaugural Hastings Gift on Saturday 17 November. The new family sporting event, which will bring some of Australia’s best runners to Hastings, will unite our community, support our local sporting clubs and emergency service groups. Head down to Thomas Barclay Oval for an opportunity to witness top athletes competing in your own backyard!

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An animal shelter for our community To improve adoption rates and accessibility for residents wanting to be reunited with their lost pets, we have established new opening hours and removed the need for appointments at our Community Animal Shelter and Animal Pound. You can now visit the facility (130 Watt Road, Mornington) from 9am – 5pm on weekdays and 10am – 4pm on weekends without an appointment. Call us from 8.30am – 5pm seven days to arrange collection of a lost pet. 1300 850 600 or 5950 1000

Positive Ageing Community Summit 8 November, 10am – 2pm Peninsula Community Theatre, Mornington What kind of community do you want to live and age in? We’re inviting older people, representatives from service providers, clubs and groups, and local businesses to share ideas and local experiences of ageing. RSVP by 5 November. Let us know at time of booking if you need transport assistance. positiveageing@mornpen.vic.gov.au 5950 1617

Events 17 October

Fair Deal Housing and Wellbeing Expo, Rosebud Memorial Hall and Village Green 20 October Mornington Community Garden Open Day, Pine Reserve, Mornington 21 October Main Street Mornington Festival 21 October Be Fit Food JDRF Diabetes Funwalk Mount Martha Village to Fishermans Beach 28 October Mornington Colour Carnivale 2018 The Briars, Mount Martha 28 October Somers Art Fair, Somers Primary School 28 October Main Ridge Sustainable Community Day, Main Ridge Recreation Reserve 28 October Greek National Day, Rye Foreshore 31 October Halloween Festival and Bonfire Hillview Reserve, Dromana 3 November Catholic Church Annual Fete Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Dromana 6 November Balnarring Pony Club 21st Annual Cup Day Show, Woolleys Road Equestrian Reserve 11 November Fit to Drive Arthurs Seat Challenge, Cnr Jetty Rd and Point Nepean Rd, Rosebud 11 November Remembrance Day Services Dromana Cenotaph, Garden of Remembrance (Mount Eliza), Hastings Cenotaph, Memorial Park (Mornington), Red Hill Memorial, Rosebud RSL, Rye RSL, Tingira Place (Crib Point) 16 – 18 November Rosebud Foreshore Rockfest Village Green and Memorial Hall, Rosebud 17 November Hastings Gift, Thomas Barclay Oval 17 November Peninsula VineHop Festival, The Briars 18 November Kids Fun Run with K163 Moorooduc Railway Station For a full list of all Shire events including community markets and local music please see our website: mornpen.vic.gov.au/events Information is correct at time of printing.


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Gas plan to undergo environmental ‘tests’ Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au PLANNING Minister Richard Wynne says power company AGL’s plan to import liquefied natural gas through Crib Point will be subject to “the strongest environmental assessment process in the state”. The Save Westernport group opposing AGL’s floating gas terminal saw Mr Wynne’s announcement last week as “a huge win”. “It’s the deferral to EES [environmental effects statement] we’ve been waiting for. The study will start in January and take nine to 12 months to complete,” the group’s website proclaimed. “It's just the first step, but thanks to your hard work spreading the word and contacting your government representatives we are seeing real results.” The group says the floating gas terminal is potentially dangerous and too close to residential areas and will harm the marine environment. Mr Wynne said an EES was also required for a high pressure gas pipeline from Crib Point to Pakenham to be constructed by APA Transmission. AGL wants to moor a 300 metre long floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) at Crib Point to turn imported liquefied natural gas into gas which would then be piped to join the state’s transmission system at Pakenham. The proposal must also be reviewed under the guidelines of the federal Environ-

ment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. While not immediately opposing AGL’s plan, federal MP for Flinders (and health minister) Greg Hunt stated in June that “I have long argued that South Port is not the place for industrial development and my view hasn’t changed in a decade. This applies to all such proposals”. “Crib Point has become a residential community over the last few decades and it has long been my view that it should not be reindustrialised. It is up to the Andrews government to explain why it wants to reindustrialise Crib Point (“Contracts ‘advance’ AGL’s gas plan” The News 13/6/18).” Mr Hunt’s Liberal state colleague, MP for Hastings Neale Burgess, said at the time that he had consistently backed the Crib Point community’s fight against industrial development and opposed any industry south of Hastings. “It’s time the wishes of Crib Point residents came first,” Mr Burgess said. In its submission to the federal government AGL says under its 20-year plan, it would lease an FSRU which would be “visited” by gas carrier vessels 12 to 40 times a year. AGL’s referral to the federal government was made on 10 October, giving the public just 10 business days in which to comment. A news release from Mr Wynne’s office said the EES “will investigate the potential environmental, community and cultural impacts of the project including impacts on native vegetation, wildlife, marine life and

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The Cup comes to Mornington THE Melbourne Cup is coming to Mornington. CWA Mornington is part of this year’s Lexus Melbourne Cup Tour is holding a “country style high tea” to enable fane to get close to the cup, listen to the VRC and watch a video of the making of the cup. CWA secretary Judi Hannan said the cup tour had included the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Korea, New Zealand and towns and cities in Australia. “Regional and rural Australia has been visited by the iconic trophy and stories from legends of the great race have been told, celebrating their experience with the People’s Cup,” Ms Hannan said. The cup’s tour event in Mornington starts at midday on Wednesday 31 October at the Peninsula Community Theatre, 91 Wilson’s Road. Book at www.trybooking.com/423164. Admission is $20, email – cwamornington@gmail.com or call 0418 843 170.

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Details Christine Story Newsagency 5975 5849 5974 6105 and supportive group Epilepsy Support Group BRAD’s Fresh Inside Meats 2888 Woolworths Quik Stitches 5976 4066 of women who love singing Mt Martha Valley Probus Club 5976 0419 314 587 Meet every 2nd Saturday at St Francis Xavier Parish, Held every second Thursday of the month, starting together. No, you don’t have to be Welsh. No Community ChoirPh: 5975 5702 241atMain Street, 3931 60 Davey St, Frankston from 1pmCafe – 3pm. Further at 9.30am, the Community Hall Mornington Dromana. Come Victoria Deck Smart Cuts & Color 4474 Welsh speaking 5976 skills are needed and no auditions Monday night 7 – 9 pm Our new choir is up and details phone along and meet us, we are a very active club and all are required. We rehearse on Sunday evenings running but we need more members! Led by Jess Sue 0407 509 519 or Cris 0437 386 867 are welcome. 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Mornington Victoria Hear inspiring talks, view stars, planets, clusters and Railway Station. Kids 3-12 yrs run alongside historic Mornington Mahjong galaxies through our powerful telescopes Peninsula Youth Music Society Ph: 5975 5702 steam train K163 to raise funds for kids in Frankston Mornington Mahjong Group meets Tuesdays and every Friday in January, and then 8pm on the NEW MEMBERS WANTED! PYMS offer the Fridays at the Mornington RSL in Virginia Street Hospital. Refreshments, visit from Santa, show bags, 1st Friday of every month at The Briars dark-sky opportuinity tolearn and play music in an Mornington. We will teach you if you are new to this observatory. Melway ref 151 E1. Bookings are activities, fun. Entry to station area free; small fee to encouraging and supportiveenvironment. The fascinating game. essential. Small fee payable. Saturday Morning Music School hasprograms for run. Registration: www.k163funrun.org.au Contact Lucy 5981 0801 or 0416 043 527 Details www.mpas.asn.au or preps to grade 6. The Wednesday night Chamber Concert - Mornington U3A Choir phone 0419 253 252. Find us on Facebook Orchestra provides a challenging program for Mt Eliza Mahjong Club Thurs 29 Nov, 2pm. Come along and enjoy the www.facebook.com/mpas0/ string and woodwind players. The participants The Evening Group of the Mount Eliza Mah Jong sounds of the Mornington U3A Choir as they present willgain ensemble skills and be introduced to Club meets each Monday evening in the Mount Mt Eliza Men’s Shed orchestralrepertoire. For further info please visit the Eliza Village Community House from 7 – 9pm. New the songs of Tin Pan Alley. The U3A Recorder groups Our Men’s Shed currently meets each Thursday www.peninsulayouthmusicsociety.org.au, members are always welcome, seasoned players will also perform. Peninsula Community Theatre, morning 9.30am – 12.30pm. Men of all ages in Mt or contact 5975 8841 or new to the game. Our friendly members are very Eliza are most welcome. We do community projects Wilson’s Road Mornington. $10 donation includes happy to introduce them to this ancient game. Mornington Peninsula Golf Classic for schools, clubs, etc. and also encourage individual afternoon tea and can be paid on the day. Mon 29 Oct to Thurs 1 Nov. The 4 day tournament projects. If you would like to lead a small group on Over 55’s Mt Eliza Seniors Club Mornington Police Senior Community Register will be played at Portsea, Moonah Links, Flinders another day/time or join us on Thursdays, just let us Calling over 55’s who are interested in participating Helping the elderly, frail and isolated community & The Dunes. The graded individual stableford know. Contact Don on 0402 457 938 in various activities, including table tennis, dancing, tournament is open to both men and women. Many tai chi, carpet bowls, snooker, computer classes, card members to feel safe in their homes. For more Volunteers Wanted inclusions - 4 days of golf, carts on 3 days, lunches, afternoons and films. Enjoy a cuppa and good chat in information and or application forms to join the Enveco Health is an innovative social enterprise 2 dinners (at The National Golf Club and Rosebud our Mt Eliza clubrooms. Further info Lorraine on 5977 aiming to assist those with mental ill-health live register phone 5973 6533. Mon - Fri 9.00am - Noon Country Club), prizes and souvenir polo. Shotgun 3838 or 0434 088 821 www.mteliza55plusclub.com independently in the community and to recover in a We are located at the Police Station in Main Street, starts (either morning or afternoon fields). Early Bird supportive non-clinical environment. We’re currently Mt Eliza Neighbourhood House Mornington Entry Fee only $695. Hurry! 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Cathy Van E, left, is a feature artist at the next Mornington Art Show. Some of the artworks in the 2018 art art show held by Mornington Rotary Club. Pictures: Supplied

Art show entries from far and wide ENTRIES from interstate will be among the 850 works exhibited at next year’s Mornington Art Show. One of the feature artists at the show will be Kathy Van E and the art show judge is Lyn Mellady, who will also exhibit some of her work. One of the show’s organisers, John Renowden, said the Mornington Art Show “remains as the biggest and best quality art show on the Mornington Peninsula and one of the best in Victoria, according to the comments of various show judges and submitting artists”. Being held by Mornington Rotary Club for the 47th year, the show will open on the evening of Thursday 17 January and then 10am-5 pm for eight days from Friday 18 January until Saturday 26 January. Profits go towards Rotary’s community and international projects.

The art show is at the Mornington Peninsula Community Theatre, corner Nepean Highway and Wilsons Road, Mornington. Sponsors include the Mornington Peninsula News Group (publisher of The News), Australian Unity, Beleura House and Garden and Watsons. “Like previous years, opening night will be again on Thursday and the show will end on Australia Day weekend,” Mr Renowden said. “Opening night will have a gala party atmosphere with a Rotary theme. Gourmet finger food will be served and refreshments will be available from our bar area. “Music will punctuate the evening and our feature artists will mingle with guests.” Mr Renowden said the 850 exhibited paintings would be on sale. “We are sure we will again attract

artwork from several Australian states and are planning to include some quality glassware or pottery. This year, we will also feature a gallery of photographs for viewing and purchase,” he said. “The great attraction of the Mornington Art Show is the variety of art genre from local and interstate artists employing a wide range of media. The range of original art pieces available at prices from a couple of hundred dollars to several thousand dollars is most extensive.” Opening night tickets will be available at www./mornington artshow.com. au or from Farrell’s Bookstore, Main Street, Mornington from November. Artists and photographers can submit their work at Gallery 247 from 1 November until Sunday16 December. New sponsors can call John Parkinson on 0412 110 804.

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Art earns top marks ROSEBUD Secondary College student Ebony Rose, above, said she was thrilled to win the overall prize for secondary schools at the recent Friends of Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery School Art competition. Describing art and creative expression as part of her indigenous Australian and Fijian culture, Ebony created a pencil drawing of the lower halves of two salsa dancers in response to the competition’s theme of On your marks, get set, go. She was encouraged to enter the

competition by her year 10 Art teacher Naomi Ryan. “I wanted to do something a bit different to the everyday Aussie sports,” Ebony said. “Ms Ryan set us the additional challenge of only drawing the lower half of the body.” Four other Rosebud students entered the competition, with Ruby Menzies being highly commended for her drawing of a soccer player kicking a ball. Rosebud Secondary also won the school prize for the overall creativity of its students’ entries. Nicolle E Brigden

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Fencing off The Pillars for summer Continued from Page 1 “Currently, The Pillars operates as a de facto major tourism operation in a residential zone which does not conform with any Victorian government planning, environment, health, pollution or public safety legislation.” Cr Payne said it was time to close The Pillars “instead of waiting for serious injuries”. “The consumption of alcohol at The Pillars is a major factor related to reported anti-social and offensive behaviour despite an alcohol ban which cannot be enforced. “Litter, broken glass, vandalism to private property, urinating and defecating in local streets, swearing, fighting and aggressive behaviour have all

been reported by residents. These occur both in the surrounding streets and at The Pillars.” Cr David Gill, a former Mt Martha resident who recalls visiting The Pillars “when only locals knew about it”, said closing the site “is the only solution”. “I’ve said that right from the beginning, two years ago,” he said. “What was once a small matter has become out of all proportion and is too dangerous. In the old days people knew where to jump and when not to. “It’s an issue with a long, sad history that’s not been tackled head on. It’s a huge issue involving a simple enjoyment that’s got out of hand.” Cr Gill was critical about the role

played by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP): “I don’t trust them or what they do.” A report to council’s 9 October meeting listed dangers to cliff jumpers at The Pillars as including submerged rocks, boats and jet skis in the water and unstable cliff edges. The large number of visitors to The Pillars was destroying vegetation, eroding “sensitive areas” and having a “detrimental impact” on Aboriginal cultural heritage and the environment. Vehicles parked in nearby streets could make it harder for access by emergency vehicles and “there are reports of frequent littering by visitors to The Pillars”.

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Mornington Peninsula Housing Network is holding a free community event to help raise awareness about housing and wellness issues during Anti-Poverty Week. Free and low-cost services and advice will be available on the day: • Art and craft activities • Dental (teeth) health checks • Food • Haircuts • Housing services • Legal services • Leisure and recreation • Lucky dip • Optometry (eye) testing • Pet supplies • Rent in arrears information • Youth services This event is open to everyone, whether you're looking for support, assistance or more information on how you can help. mornpen.vic.gov.au/housing

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Contract for pool site preparation MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire will spend $1.74 million over the next six months preparing the site for the $43.5 million Rosebud Aquatic Centre. The council chose one of six tenders for preliminary works on the Besgrove Street site. Infrastructure project manager Elliott Reid said the work included constructing a 380-space car park, exposed aggregate footpaths, pram ramps, concrete kerb and channel, vegetation removal, line marking, signs, electrical connections, lighting and landscaping. Drainage works include a “water sensitive urban design”. The council has supported a “fast-tracked approach” to finish the aquatic centre by September 2020. Public support for the 50-metre pool was

shown at a packed council meeting in March when about 150 “enthusiastic but well behaved” supporters packed Rosebud Memorial Hall. Some carried signs urging approval of the 50-metre pool; others wore water polo caps. The mayor Cr Bryan Payne said at the time that the councillors’ backing of the larger pool over a 25-metre lower-cost alternative recommended by shire officers was an example of “what local government is all about”. The site preparations will run from October to March. Mr Reid said the work would “ensure that the site is clear for the builder to take possession, ensure public safety and minimise inconvenience to shire customers and staff”. Money for the pool is included in the 2018-19 capital works budget. Stephen Taylor

Breaches cost thousands in fines BUILDERS and owners have paid tens of thousands of dollars in fines and costs in a crackdown on building regulations by Mornington Peninsula Shire. With 15 more prosecutions underway, the seven successful actions taken by the shire since May have involved: The construction of retaining walls with no building permit at Mt Martha: Owner fined $22,500 with costs of $20,000. Alterations to dwelling and bungalow at Rye with no building permit: Builder fined $25,000 plus costs.

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Construction of garage and carport with no building permit at Rye: Owner fined $15,000 plus costs Construction of basement and dwelling additions with no building permit at Sorrento: Owners fined $30,000 with costs of $15,000. Building of house started without a permit at Rye: Builder fined $20,000 plus costs. House demolished without a permit at Rye: Owners fined $7,500 plus costs. Garage and veranda built without a permit at Mt Eliza: Builder fined $4000 plus costs. Keith Platt

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The Boundary Road Project The stone resources at Hillview Drive Quarry are running out, Hillview Quarries is looking to recommence quarrying operations and access the adjoining resources at our Boundary Road Quarry site. The Project Since 1969, Hillview Quarries has been operating the quarry in Hillview Quarry Drive, Dromana. This site is owned by the RE Ross Trust, as is the neighbouring quarry site with adjoining resources on Boundary Road. The RE Ross Trust is a charitable trust which was established in Victoria in 1970 by the will of the late Roy Everard Ross. To-date, more than $113 million has been granted to organisations across Victoria and on the Mornington Peninsula, through the profits earned from quarrying. Re-establishing quarrying operations at the Boundary Road site will generate the revenue needed to ensure the work of the RE Ross Trust continues well into the future. This is the aim of the Boundary Road Project.

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An EES is required The Minister for Planning has directed that an Environmental Effects Statement (EES) be prepared for this project – an EES is the most rigorous government process for assessing projects in Victoria. Over the next few years, a range of scientific, environmental and social studies will be completed. There will be ongoing consultation with the local community and feedback will be gathered from stakeholder organisations. All of this information will be combined to form the EES which the government will use when making decisions about the future of the Boundary Road site. The EES is being managed by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

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Banner politics to save forests ALTHOUGH they may be several hours’ drive away from the nearest forest, motorists heading south along Nepean Highway, Mt Eliza last week witnessed part of the protests aimed at getting the premier Daniel Andrews to stop logging in Victoria’s native forests. The walkway over the highway near Mt Eliza Way and Wooralla Drive – traditionally used to proclaim anniversaries and birthdays – was used as a platform for banners calling on the Premier to “Save our Forest Dan” and “Protect our Wildlife”. The walkway was also used recently by groups opposed to AGL importing gas through Crib Point. The politicisation of the walkway may be a shrewd move as Neale Adams, a former Mornington Peninsula councillor, described the response from drivers to the anti-logging message as being “incredibly supportive”. “They were waving, tooting and giving us all thumbs up in support and everyone had a great

look at the banners as traffic was moving pretty slowly,” Mr Adams said. “It feels so great to be a part of positive change and the campaign to protect our forests is all about positivity and connecting to nature”. Mr Adams said tall forests less than two hours’ drive away “have been clear-fell logged for decades, with the majority going to make single-use paper products”. Deakin University student Hayley Forster, who helped hold the banners on the walkway, said the forests “are of so much value to the city of Melbourne, I can’t believe we’re still destroying wildlife habitat for copy paper”. “At university we learn about the value of protecting these beautiful places and the magnificent biodiversity our forests support, it’s so heartbreaking to see them destroyed.” Mr Adams said protection for forests would continue to be pushed as issue “in the Frankston and Mornington areas as this year’s [24 November] state election looms closer”. Keith Platt


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RUNNING for the train will take on a whole new meaning next month when the steam train K163 competes for speed against a group of children. Mt Eliza Rotary Club, Mornington Railway and Peninsula Health have again teamed up to run the Kids’ Fun Run with K163 to raise money for Frankston Hospital’s paediatric ward and special care unit. “I think the Kids Fun Run with K163 is a very important event because the paediatric and special care units are here to provide world-class care for children and families in our local community,” Peninsula Health’s clinical director of paediatrics Dr Kathy McMahon said. “By raising extra funds we can purchase new

beds which are safer for children over twoyears-old. “These are safer beds which can be lowered to prevent children falling out, especially children with disabilities.” Dr McMahon said the hospital had “great ties” with tertiary centres like Monash and the Royal Children’s hospitals “but they are for more complex paediatric cases and those who need intensive care”. ”For most people, Frankston Hospital is where your son or daughter will be.” To sign up for the Sunday 18 November Kids’ Fun Run with K163, donate and raise money for Frankston Hospital, visit www.k163funrun.org. au or call 0419 102 412

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MOUNT ELIZA, MORNINGTON, MOUNT MARTHA


Mount Martha – Beach Box 90 South Beach

Mount Martha – 22 Essex Road 3

Rare Opportunity In Prime Location

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Coastal hideaway with dual street access

+ Directly opposite Mt Martha village shops and cafes

+ Open living with timber floors and generous sunroom

+ Generous beach box with ample room for kayaks, beach toys and more

+ Tranquil 3 bedroom cottage with established gardens

+ Sit back and relax to take in the stunning bay views of South Beach

+ Moments to schools, the village and South Beach

Contact: Amanda Haimona 0419 387 682

Contact: Amanda Haimona 0419 387 682

Price: $350,000 Inspect : By Appointment

Price: $820,000 - $870,000 Inspect : By Appointment

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Mornington – 1/6 Van Ness Avenue 3

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Low Maintenance Luxury With Bay Views

+ Meticulously presented home offering three generous living areas

+ Luxury townhouse moments to Mornington and beautiful beaches

+ Junior wing with family bathroom & master with spa ensuite

+ Expansive light filled upper and lower living areas

+ Huge 1620m2 (approx.) with fabulous space to add a pool or tennis court

+ Two generous outdoor entertaining zones

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Contact: Amanda Haimona 0419 387 682

Price: $1,200,000 - $1,300,000 Inspect : Saturday 1:00-1:30pm

Price: $860,000 - $930,000 Inspect : By appointment

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CLASSIC HERITAGE MEETS MODERN COASTAL STYLE LOCATED a few moments walk to the foreshore and shops, this fully renovated and extended weatherboard home demonstrates an outstanding build quality with expert finishes throughout. Set neatly on a 385 square metre block this charming home has wonderful street appeal with a well-paved driveway leading up to a single carport. The pitched roofing provides great depth to the property and you are immediately engaged with the space upon entry. Polished timber floors flow throughout a handsome formal lounge with open fire place and into the galley kitchen which has a European laundry, gleaming black bench tops and splash backs. A range of quality appliances include an under bench oven with gas hotplates, there is a dishwasher, and a large pantry. The kitchen bridges the two downstairs living zones and overlooks the fantastic family meals area that seamlessly connects to an expansive undercover timber deck, and from the garden looking back to the home, the true brilliance of the property is revealed. This is big, comfortable living expertly fitted into a small footprint. Across from the kitchen is one of two bathrooms, and heading upstairs you find the main bedroom with ensuite and an incredible third living area opening to a spectacular balcony which, come the warmer months, effectively becomes an outdoor room that affords a glimpse of Arthur’s Seat and the bay. Two more bedrooms at ground level open from the formal lounge and have built-in robes. Cleverly designed with surprising amounts of storage space that reveal themselves with every step, this residence includes air-conditioning and gas heating, and to the rear of the block is quaint garden shed in the style of the main house. If you look at only one home in Rosebud this year, this has to be it.n

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ADDRESS: 68 Seventh Avenue, ROSEBUD AUCTION: Saturday 27th October at 2pm DESCRIPTION: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 car INSPECT: By Appointment AGENT: Clare Black 0409 763 261, Barry Plant Real Estate, 1/28 McCombe Street, Rosebud, 5986 8880 Tuesday, 16 October 2018

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A3 B2

Mornington 28 Ellinbank Crescent Versatile Family Gem

• You’ll be on a winner with this single level family home located close to Bentons Square Shopping Centre & Mornington Racecourse • Features include a master bedroom with ensuite & 2 additional bedrooms both with BIR’s • Large undercover deck overlooking a very spacious rear yard with side access on a block of 650m2 approx • Perfect for first home buyers, down sizers or investors

Mandy Castle 0407 855 585

For Sale $620,000-$660,000 inspect OFI or by appointment

A3 B2 C 2

Mornington 28 Parkside Crescent Location, Lifestyle & Liveability

• Centrally located spacious 3 BR home with 4th bedroom or study, an easy walk to parkland, schools & shopping centre • Master with ensuite & walk-in robe, other bedrooms with built-in robes & spa in main bathroom • New kitchen with under bench oven, hotplates & dishwasher with direct access to courtyard with gazebo • Living area overlooks well kept garden with productive fruit trees & vegetable patches • Solid flooring throughout, ducted heating/cooling & large double garage with auto roller door

John Hanna 0408 374 334

For Sale $830,000-$860,000 inspect OFI or by appointment

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A3 B2 C 2

Mount Martha 3 Lutana Court Beachside Bliss • • • • •

Private cul-de-sac location in beachside Mt Martha Resort style backyard with IG pool and spa in a landscaped surround Brick residence offering 3BR + study, 2 bathrooms & db garage (URL) Beautifully appointed spacious kitchen, 2 living areas Ducted heating and R/C A/C. 3.5Kw solar power system

Cameron McDonald 0418 330 916

For Sale $790,000-$835,000 inspect OFI or by appointment

A3 B1

Balnarring 33 Bruce Street Prime Position in Balnarring • • • •

Three bedroom home in highly regarded Bruce Street If you have a flair for renovation or wish to rebuild, this may be the one for you This property is in a prime location set on a 892m2 block School, shops, professional suites, Balnarring Bowls Club & Balnarring Hall all within a short walk and close to Balnarring Beach

John Hanna 0408 374 334

For Sale $745,000

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MOUNT MARTHA 12 Seacrest Place Seacrest

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$600,000 - $650,000

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Room To Move

Offering contemporary low maintenance living & an abundance of natural light is this sensational, as new townhouse in a well established & quiet enclave. The modern design comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, two living zones & a double remote garage. • Contemporary 3 bedroom townhouse • 2 separate living zones • Kitchen with stainless-steel 90cm oven • Open plan family/meals area • Private courtyard for alfresco entertaining

• Master bedroom with WIR & ensuite • Family bathroom with bath & shower • Remote double garage with internal access • Close to Bentons Square Shopping Centre • Near Birdrock Beach

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Vivienne Spencer 0409 558 330

MORNINGTON 3B Swansea Grove Seaside Serenity on Swansea

MOUNT ELIZA 8-10 Petrel Close

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This country style property oozes charm and character from the minute you step through the front door. You will feel the warmth of this family home with lots of timber & slate. Hydronic floor heating adds to the appeal. There is a formal lounge with a cosy wood heater, a large timber kitchen, study, and family room with built in desks, ideal for the kids homework station. • 3 bedrooms (master with full ensuite) & family bathroom • Sun room with electric spa • 20 solar panels keep your energy bills to a minimum, making this property even more attractive • Double garage and extra height carport suitable for a caravan or boat. Set on a double block of 1747m2 (on two titles), fully landscaped with mature trees, giving a rustic quality with privacy and seclusion, whilst only a short drive to schools, parks and Mt Eliza Village.

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Vivienne Spencer 0409 558 330

Peter Racovolis 0417 117 447

$850,000- $900,000

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$1,125,000- $1,230,000

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Sensational single level living with an emphasis on space and light with an easy flowing floor plan. These luxury 3 bedroom villa homes offer the perfect blend of a quality beachside location and high end construction creating an ideal setting for downsizers, investors or holiday makers alike. • High ceilings • Landscaped gardens front & rear • Superb location • Double garage

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

• 6 star energy rating • Stone bench tops

Vivienne Spencer 0409 558 330

Situated only a short stroll from shops, parks and walking trails, these stylish low maintenance gems tick all the boxes! Whether it be upgrading, downsizing or anything in between, keep these beauties in mind as they won’t last long.

5975 7733

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MORNINGTON 1A Portrush Grove

Open: By Appointment

Superb Seaside Single Level Living

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$1,150,000

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Exclusive Town Residence

Live or retire by the seaside in absolute comfort with this brand new soon to be built 4 bedroom home close to local shops and a leisurely walk to the beach. Boasting a massive 26.8sq of luxury living including all the designer finishes you would expect in a quality home in a quality location. • Luxury beachside living • 4 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms • 2 living areas • Fully Landscaped & fenced • Split system heating and air conditioning

• Timber flooring • Remote double garage • Stone tops to designer kitchen

Vivienne Spencer 0409 558 330

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MORNINGTON 30 Raglan Street Nelson

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Open: Contact Agent 3

2

$1,699,000

• Architecturally designed both inside & out • Spacious living with zoned areas • Designer features throughout including Rammed earth features • Downstairs master suite with ensuite & fitted robe

• 2 bedrooms on the upper level & stunning main bathroom • Alfresco entertaining with lush landscape surrounds & inground pool • Deluxe stone topped kitchen with butler’s pantry

This one of a kind property is likely to set the bench mark in style, quality & opulence so be quick in securing this stunning new town home & add some of your own flair.

5975 7733

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Just completed and ready to move in, be the first owner of this quality built residence offering a high standard of modern appliances and fittings. With a perfectly designed floor plan you will enjoy a private yet comfortable lifestyle in your new home. Offering 2 Bedrooms, master with ensuite, WIR, large living /dining room along with laundry and modern kitchen with a fully landscaped courtyard. . Deluxe Modern kitchen with s/steel Appliances

. Quality Carpets and Tiles Throughout

. Heating and Cooling

. 6 Star Energy Rating

. High Ceilings

. Large Courtyard area

. Remote Single Garage

. Water Tank

$870,000 - $950,000

Open: Thurs & Sat 1-1.30pm

MORNINGTON 1 Inglis Street

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2

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Peter Racovolis 0417 117 447

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A prominent Beleura Hill location and a treed approx. 880m2 lot provide the perfect setting for this spacious and charming brick veneer home. Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Molly Rogerson (03) 5975 7733

• Formal entry • 3 large bedrooms, 2 bathrooms • Stylish kitchen with WIP and s/steel appliances • Formal lounge with a Copperhood fireplace • Separate dining room

• Views to Arthur’s Seat • Big sunny multi-purpose room • Single auto garage & a covered entertaining area

Note: Being within Precinct 3 of the Beleura Hill Development Plan, development may be possible (S.T.C.A)

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

John Young 0412 766 804

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Space And Charm On The Hill

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Set down a quiet country like lane yet so close to all the amenities that Mornington is famous for such as Fabulous Fisherman’s beach, boutique shopping & cafes on Main Street coupled with the easy-care lifestyle that’s on offer with this stunning new abode by the Tempo Group.

$589,000

Open: Wed & Sat 3-3.30pm

MOUNT MARTHA 8 Bayliss Rise


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14 Thomas Close

Mount Eliza 3

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For Sale $920,000 - $960,000 Inspect By Appointment

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Sitting pretty in this street of exclusive homes, just 400 metres from the village, this delightfully spacious 3BR home provides the perfect balance of low maintenance luxury. The home flaunts a generous living/dining area and a superb granite kitchen features quality stainless-steel appliances, while the open flow spills out to a private garden courtyard with shade sail for relaxed alfresco entertaining. This superb offering includes a master ensuite with soothing spa, family bathroom, ducted heating and cooling, double remote-controlled garage with internal access and pretty low maintenance gardens.

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hockingstuart 24A Nelson Street

1&2/26 Sunningdale Ave

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Mornington 2

* Single level home with light & bright open plan living

* Near completion, 3 bed+ study, 2.5 bathroom homes

* Covered entertaining terrace & generous off-street parking

* 3.6m ceilings, contrasting finishes & Oak Floors

* Short walk to Fishermans Beach, cafĂŠs and shops

* Near Fossil Beach and Flock CafĂŠ

Price: $739,000 - $769,000 View: By Appointment

Price: $1,395,000 - $1,530,000 View: By Appointment

Bill Joycey 0403 555 424 Kristen Cumming 0404 146 235

Brett Trebilcock 0439 209 891 Richard Conacher 0407 227 214

14 Jacksons Road

12 Gaskell Avenue

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Mount Eliza 2

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Mount Eliza 2

* Substantial family home with three living areas

* Infinity edge pool, spa and tennis court

* Off street parking behind double gates

* 4 car garage plus extensive workshop

* Large entertaining deck overlooking the front yard

Price: Contact Agent View: By Appointment

Price: $990,000 - $1,070,000 View: By Appointment

Richard Conacher 0407 227 214 Belinda Jones 0414 862 253

Bill Joycey 0403 555 424 Richard Conacher 0407 227 214

20 Mitch Court

7/47 Green Island Avenue

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Mount Martha

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* Four bedrooms +study, 2 bathroom single level home

* Near new, stylish modern 2 storey townhouse

* Open plan kitchen, meals and living space

* Large flowing living areas downstairs & soaring ceilings

* Double garage with internal access

* Year round entertaining with alfresco dining

Price: $740,000 - $775,000 View: By Appointment

Price: $735,000 - $775,000 View: By Appointment

Richard Conacher 0407 227 214 Belinda Jones 0414 862 253

Kristen Cumming 0404 146 235 Bill Joycey 0403 555 424

Ranelagh Beach Box 51

Mount Eliza

65 Millbank Drive

Mount Eliza 4

3

* A rare opportunity to secure a lifestyle investment

* 2 spacious living areas with cathedral ceilings

* Enjoy endless summers in style and luxury

* Fabulous wrap-around deck perfect for alfresco dining

* Spectacular views across Port Phillip Bay to the city skyline

* A short stroll to primary and pre-schools

Price: $155,000 - $170,000 View: By Appointment

Price: $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 View: By Appointment

Craig Chapman 0417 878 979

Craig Chapman 0417 878 979

Mornington 5973 5444

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FAMILY JEWEL CLOSE TO SCHOOL AVAILABLE for sale for the first time in three decades, this elevated family home presents timeless appeal that is close to schools, shops and transport. Set on a 582 square metre lot, this versatile three-bedroom home is embraced by gardens, and with the close proximity to the foreshore you can enjoy the sea air from a delightful covered front deck. The interior provides two living rooms – a large second lounge could be a fourth bedroom if required and a central, timber lined kitchen has a dishwasher and wall oven. The master bedroom features an ensuite, and two more bedrooms both share the main bathroom. This solid brick-veneer home also includes timber floors, air-conditioning, and a lock-up garage under the roof line.n

Jarod Joseph

Sally Gray

Charlotte Rowe

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ADDRESS: 48 Allambi Crescent, CAPELL SOUND FOR SALE: $500,000 - $550,000 DESCRIPTION: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 car AGENT: Shane Pope 0400 335 589 Raine & Horne, 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud, 5986 8188

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AUCTION Sat 27th October at 2.30pm Inspect Wednesday 5.30pm - 6.00pm & Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm

● Classic brick beach house within footsteps of the foreshore

● Generous residence with views over bushland to the bay

● Light-filled open living & dining with polished timber floors ● Glass doors to north-facing deck spilling down to flat lawn

Jarrod Carman | 0423 144 102 Lloyd Hillard | 0458 258 200

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● Contemporary kitchen with stainless steel appliances

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Inspect Thursday 5.30pm - 6.00pm & Saturday 12.00pm -12.30pm ● Beautifully restored California bungalow ● Vast open living & dining encased in French doors ● Master bedroom with parents' lounge

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NEW LISTING

Somers 83 Tasman Road

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Somers Foreshore Hideaway

Price $2,200,000 - $2,420,000 View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Jason Dowler M 0403 598 754 jason.dowler@harcourts.com.au Jacqui Robinson M 0409 919 419 jacqui.robinson@harcourts.com.au

Occupying a peaceful street, on an extremely generous allotment of 2,700sqm (Approx.) is this original cottage offers a rare and enviable address with private access to Foreshore Reserve and Somers Beach. It’s easy to see why this casual beach abode shouts ‘location, location, location’ with the local sporting reserve, primary school, kindergarten and general store just around the corner. This three-bedroom holiday retreat or permanent home offers endless possibilities, making the most of its bushy and private settings, it has a dreamy rear decked veranda, which provides excellent entertaining or recreation options and direct access to the Somers foreshore and beach tracks. With so much character, it is hard not to love this quaint and cosy property, it is like taking a step back in time... with its hardwood timber flooring, original fixtures and fittings & fireplace, it is a real gem. With so much space on offer amongst beautiful native tree’s, there is ample off street parking available on the fully fenced property, along with a garden shed for additional storage needs.

Harcourts JT & Co 10/14 High Street

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Old MacDonald Had A…Villa! Elegant 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom beachside villa unit in a leafy setting walking distance to Main Street. An appealing lowmaintenance home 700m (approx) to Mornington Village Shopping Centre and minutes to the beach. Northerly-facing, 1 of just 3. It features an updated kitchen and bathroom, new decking, new flooring and plantation shutters. Alfresco deck with Japanese maples; kitchen with stone counters and new s/steel appliances; semi-ensuite with porcelain tiles. The master bedroom includes a WIR and the second bedroom has a BIR. Other appointments include ducted heating, split system cooling, a remote single garage, a cantilevered carport and an inactive body corporate.

Price $590,000-$640,000 View As advertised or by appointment www.harcourts.com.au/VMG27888 Kara James M 0412 939 224 kara.james@harcourts.com.au Daniel Brooker M 0435 858 244 daniel.brooker@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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Mornington 14A Williams Road Coastal Hideaway Steps To The Sand Walk to Fishermans Beach and Main Street from this stunning 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom split-level beachside residence nestled amongst natives. A substantial coastal home on a low-maintenance allotment, 150m to the sand. Elegant interior with zoned accommodation, plantation shutters and light-filled open-plan living. Generous entry-level master suite with WIR and FES; 3 bedrooms (one with a bay glimpse) upstairs; kitchen with a solid Tasmanian Oak benchtop, a butler’s pantry and Miele appliances. Large courtyard deck, remote double garage, zoned ducted heating/cooling, ducted vacuum, BIRs, skylights, alfresco awning, water features and more.

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Price $1,250,000- $1,350,000 View As advertised or by appointment www.harcourts.com.au/VMG27862 Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au Sue Monaghan M 0400 481 862 sue.monaghan@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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Mornington 1 Samantha Court Pride of Place Sunlit living and a low-maintenance allotment form an appealing partnership with this 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom north-facing corner beauty minutes to Main Street. This brick veneer oasis with a delightful courtyard is an ideal downsizer or first home in a central location a short drive to the beach. It showcases 2 spacious living rooms and zoned accommodation. Open-plan central living seamlessly connects to a courtyard terrace. Other appointments include stainless steel appliances, a 900mm gas cooktop, a remote double garage with internal access and a rear roller door, a walk-in robe to the master bedroom and BIRs to the secondary bedrooms. It’s immaculate and move-in ready, with nothing needing to be done.

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Price $660,000-$720,000 View As advertised or by appointment www.harcourts.com.au/VMG27934 Tashkin Hassan M 0432 567 061 tashkin.hassan@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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● Superbly located just minutes to McCrae’s beach and plaza ● Stunning high standard of finishes throughout with timber flooring Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 ● Super-chic stone & timber kitchen with Bosch appliances Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

● Spacious 5-bedroom plus study home tucked in private court ● 3 living areas and huge home cinema/rumpus for the kids Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 ● DLUG, parking for boat/caravan with Balinese spa hut Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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● Immaculate 2-bedroom unit across From Butler Reserve ● Lovely front garden & paved rear courtyard, single garage Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 ● Quiet & private position, walk to Main St and the beach Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

● Luxurious brand new executive townhouses ● Gourmet kitchen with stone-topped island & walk-in pantry Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 ● Walking distance to Fossil beach, shops & Main Street Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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BELEURA HILL BEAUTY AWAITING NEXT CHAPTER Set behind fragrant floral gardens on Mornington’s prestigious Beleura Hill, this classic 3 bedroom residence and guest apartment offers exciting potential to update, renovate or redevelop (STCA) in this elite seaside pocket. An easy walk to schools, Mills Beach and Main Street, the residence features a light-filled living area with floating timber floors, kitchen with Bosch dishwasher, garden pergola and self-contained teen apartment with bedroom, lounge, bathroom, kitchenette and separate entry off carport.

AUCTION: TERMS: PRICE GUIDE: INSPECT: CONTACT:

Saturday 27th October at 1pm 10% deposit, balance 30/60/90 days $900,000 - $990,000 Saturday 1:00 – 1:30pm Annette McKeand 0409 552 790

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TIMELESS GRACE ON THE GOLDEN MILE Classic refinement and quality craftsmanship create a family home of distinction in this 4 bedroom residence in Mt Eliza’s elite Golden Mile, where spacious light-filled spaces spill out to stunning landscaped gardens designed by award-winning Andrew Stark. Walking distance to Toorak College, village cafes and beach, the floorplan instantly impresses with 2 generously sized living areas and a granite kitchen and Bosch/Miele stainlesssteel appliances, while upstairs the bay views from the terrace of the elegant master bedroom are spellbinding. An exceptional residence in a prized location, the home includes 2.5 bathrooms, spa bath, ducted heating and vacuuming, ducted cooling, gas log fireplace, security system and triple garage.

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$1.95M - $2.1M By Appointment James Crowder 0407 813 377 Deb Ketting-Olivier 0403 554 955

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RENOVATE OR REDEVELOP IN RED HOT LOCALE A well-preserved 1970’s home within paces of the Belvedere Park shops and takeaways, this 3 bedroom Seaford renovator’s delight on a 699m2 (approx) subdividable (STCA) allotment with wide street frontage features a comfortable lounge with corner windows, an original kitchen with gas stove, a full family bathroom with tub and separate toilet, covered patio, shed and carport.

AUCTION: TERMS: PRICE GUIDE: INSPECT: CONTACT:

Saturday 27th October at 11am 10% deposit, balance 60 days $580,000 - $620,000 Saturday 11:00 – 11:30am Ben Crowder 0407 557 758

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AUCTION: TERMS: PRICE GUIDE: INSPECT: CONTACT:

Saturday 3rd November at 12pm 10% deposit, balance 60 days $600,000 - $650,000 Saturday 12:00 – 12:30pm Ben Crowder 0407 557 758

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It’s buying season Longer days, warmer weather, the garden looks great. There’s no better time to sell than spring. With 115 springs behind us, we know a thing or two about presenting your property in the best possible light at this time of year. Ray White Mornington Sales team Know_How to get you more. Get in touch with our office today for information about;   

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TOOTGAROOK 27 Kareela Drive This premier coastal property has been purpose built and established to create family happiness, which has been enjoyed over the years, on an allotment of approx 2,315m2. Featuring a sandstone and brick exterior, the interior of the home showcases zoned living with spacious formal and casual dining and lounge areas, 4 to 5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The designer kitchen offers marble bench tops and ample cupboard space, whilst the tasteful decor and quality fittings include ducted heating throughout plus a central open fire place. There is also a separate full size billiard room which adjoins the large double garage with remote control doors. We highly recommend your personal inspection of this superb family residence Executors Auction Sat 20th October at 12pm View Saturday 11.30-12.00 Call Mike Phillips 0418 327 801

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RYE 2461-2465 Pt Nepean Road This rare parcel of properties occupies 3 titles with a total area of approx 2400m2 offering huge opportunities for the astute buyer. 2461. Is a vacant allotment 2463. Comprises 3 bedrooms, bathroom, designer kitchen and open plan family living area with high ceilings and doors to rear patios. 2465. One of the few original homes with much of it’s original style intact. Comprising 3 bedrooms, open plan living and dining room, kitchen and bathroom. At the rear of this home are 2 self contained bungalows . Secure parking for 5 cars across the rear of the block. For Sale View By Appointment Call Mike Phillips 0418 327 801

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/ Commercial jacobsandlowe.com.au/commercial

Mornington

1/11 Bennetts Road MORNINGTON COMMERCIAL INVESTMENT 210m2 approximately including 60m2 mezzanine Warehouse plus executive offices n Upstairs office fitout with full bathroom n Roller door access n Secure perimeter with lock up gates n Rental return: $22,064 pa + GST + Ogs n 3 + 3 year lease commenced 1/4/2017 n 4% annual increases

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2/11 Bennetts Road WAREHOUSE INVESTMENT FOR SALE 146m2 approximately plus storage mezzanine Warehouse plus office at the front n Secure perimeter with lock up gates n Rental Income: $20,355 pa + GST + Ogs n 5 + 5 year lease commenced 1/7/2015 n n

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Jacobs and Lowe are delighted to offer this outstanding commercial investment opportunity, situated in the vibrant Mornington retail precinct. This high quality commercial freehold boasts a secure lease to an established business. Key features include: Commercial 1 zoning n Building: 55m2 approx n Lease: 3 + 3 years commenced 1/5/2017 n Rental income of $37,073 pa + GST + Ogs n

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Thursday 15th November at 12 Noon on site 4 Brasser Avenue, Dromana

Development Ready Land

SOMERVILLE CAFE WITH EXCEPTIONAL FIT OUT ALL set up and ready to go for new owners. This bright and spacious cafe has a floor space well over 300 square metres and as such has become a popular meeting place for locals and visitors. Situated in a high foot traffic area next to a major supermarket and with seating for about 80 customers, Ducky Brown Cafe demonstrates excellent takings with 40kg of coffee sales each week. This is an opportunity not to be missed.n

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ADDRESS: Shop 9&10 / 17 Eramosa Road, SOMERVILLE FOR SALE: $550,000 WIWO AGENT: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353, Kevin Wright Commercial, 1/26 Mclaren place, Mornington, 5977 2255

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Rare Land Holding: 1,235m2* Industrial 3 Zoning 21.33m* frontage to Brasser Avenue

Potential signage opportunity towards Mornington Peninsula Freeway (STCA) Develop within the highly acclaimed Dromana Industrial Estate *Approx.

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Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562 Tom Crowder 0438 670 300 4/230 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931

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THE PENINSULA’S ONLY EXCLUSIVELY COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE AGENT Business Sale - Mount Eliza

Business Sale - Rosebud

Sophistacutt of Mt Eliza

Urgent Sale Owner Must Sell

• Extremely well known established business in Mt Eliza operating for over 30 years in current location • Highly experienced staff; some of whom have been with current owner for 24 years • Large, loyal clientele • 9 workstations with 3 wash basins • Excellent takings combined with great lease package

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• Well known takeaway shop operating for 30 years • Excellent fit out in huge shop premises • Indoor and Outdoor seating • Great lease package • Solid takings year round with huge summer trade.

Sale Price: $85,000 + SAV Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Sale Price: $79,000 WIWO Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Business Sale - Somerville

Business Sale– Mornington Peninsula

Ducky Brown Cafe

Mornington Peninsula Based Butcher Shop

• Huge weekly takings of approx. $26,000 • Located in high foot traffic area of Somerville Plaza • Huge double space with great modern fit out and seating for approx. 80 people • Doing 40kg of coffee per week • Long lease available with reasonable rent

•Minimal competition •Prominent Location in main street •Supplying from current location for approx. 50 years •Excellent takings combined with great lease package • Owner willing to trial business

Sale Price: $150,000+SAV Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Sale Price: $550,000 WIWO Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Business Sale - Balnarring

Business Sale - Mornington

Business Sale - Somerville

Salt Cafe

Zumay - A household name on the peninsula

Family Retreat Café

• Great position within Balnarring Village • Fantastic fitout with a cosy and welcoming atmosphere • Get in quick and take advantage of the upcoming Christmas and summer trade • Inspection of this business will not disappoint

• Thriving reputation in local area • Strong social media presence • Elegant 80sqm salon with 10 stations and 3 basins • Highly effective systems to ensure ongoing profitability and off site management

• Brilliant business catering to the enjoyment of children • Parents relax whilst children play • Located next door to major retailer • Solid bookings for children’s parties • Growing business in high growth residential region

Sale Price $95,000 WIWO Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Sale Price $300,000 + SAV Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Owner Occupier - Development Site

Sale Price $70,000 WIWO Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

• 2,000sqm (approx.) of Industrial 3 Zoned Land • Just off Marine Parade • Ideally suited to a purpose built facility (STPA) • 20m (approx.) frontage with terrific access

Sale Price $350,000 plus Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Business Sale - Rye

Business Sale - Rye

Business Sale – Mornington

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For Lease - Rosebud

For Sale - Hastings

An Opportunity Not To Be Missed

Absolute Prime Location

Sushi and Noodle Takeaway

Lease Price: Varying sizes from $39,600pa +GST+OG Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Sale Price $120,000+SAV Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Sale Price: $75,000 Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

• Café and restaurant space in prime beachfront location • Ideally located 15m from Rosebud Foreshore • Reasonable rent with great lease packages • Fantastic opportunity to establish your business in time for the summer trade.

For Lease- St Andrews Beach

• Well established business of 5 years • Retailer of quality and unique home furnishings • Excellent affordable rent of $3,200pcm inc GST • Prominent Main Street location • Excellent lease package available

• Great takings with low rent • Popular business with regular customers • Sushi wholesale to schools, cafes and restaurants • Trading 7 days for lunch and dinner • Commercial kitchen with walk-in coolroom and freezer

Business Sale - Balnarring

Imola Red Café

• Prominent location opposite busy Rye beach • Quality business with licence till 10pm • Currently trading from 8am-4pm • Computerised system showing excellent figures

Sale Price: $179,000 WIWO Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Fit-Out Sale - Mornington

Properties For Lease OFFICES FOR LEASE ( Mornington unless specified) Office 1 - 4/15 Carbine Way – 42sqm $1,750pcm+GST Office 2 – 4/15 Carbine Way – 12sqm $750pcm+GST 2/10 Blamey Place – Varying Sizes From $845pcm+GST+SF 6/356 Main St – 104sqm $2,950pcm+GST+OG Suite 2, Level 3/28 Main St – 14sqm $1,300pcm+GST+SF 1/26 McLaren Place – 10sqm $1,018pcm+GST

Back Beach Gem

Balnarring Produce

• Approx 180sqm building located in St Andrews Beach • Ideal café, restaurant or milkbar site • All equipment and fridges to get your business started • Ideal corner exposure, huge passing trade • No GST payable

• Well established business of over 20 years • Specialising in stockfeeds, pet supplies & garden products • Suited to owner/operator in related field • Great potential for further expansion • Located in an area with an abundance of small farms.

Lease Price: $3,334 pcm +OG Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Sale Price $295,000+SAV Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

PH: (03) 5977 2255

• Retail space of approx. 52sqm in Main Street • High foot traffic area through to Mornington Centro • 4x4x4x4 year lease package available • Rental of approx. $2,800pcm+GST+OG

Sale Price $50,500+GST( Fit Out Only) Lease Price $2,800pcm+GST+OG Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

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SHOPS FOR LEASE 1A-1D Jetty Rd, Rosebud - From 70sqm From $3,300pcm+GST+OG 187 Main Street – 187sqm $5,050pcm+GST+OG 124 Bass Meadows Blvd, St Andrews Beach – 180sqm $3,334pcm+OG MEDICAL FOR LEASE 1052 Nepean Hwy $7,084pcm+GST+OG

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WHAT’S WHAT’S NEW... NEW

Emu Plains Market returns RE-OPENING on October 20 for it’s seventh year, the Emu Plains Market is excited to present another season of amazing food, craft, entertainment and culture set within the gorgeous stringybark forest of the Emu Plains Reserve in Balnarring. ‘It really is more than just your average market’ says market lover, Sarah Mulhulland ‘The atmosphere is more like a festival with plenty to keep the kids (and my husband!) occupied while I can shop!’ This has always been the Untold Events Co. point of difference. Visitors to their events have been thrilled to experience a full day of sampling the region’s best food, wine and craft within the stunning settings they hand-pick for their uniqueness and relevance to the community.

Not just for adults, the EPM is also a favorite amongst Little Emus! With a great park in the heart of the market, lots of jumping castles, pony rides and resident fairy Faery Emma spreading her gorgeous magical cheer! You can also find special activities each month including kids craft, workshops, treasure hunts and free story telling! With so much to love for the whole family the Emu Plains Market is THE destination to experience a market on the Mornington Peninsula that has it all! #iheartepm Make sure you also check out the other Untold Events Co amazing events: Little Beauty Market, Franskton (re-opening on 27th October 10am to 3pm) and Botanika Cinema, Frankston (returning April 2019)

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It’s on again but this time we’re 31 years old so 31% off! At the one day Super sale at Mornington Pool and Spa! IT feels like yesterday we were celebrating 30 years in business but now it’s 31, bigger, better and brighter. “This year to mark 31 years we’ve decided to another 1% to our discount so it’s 31% off storewide for one day only” whilst 1% may not sound a lot!! But at Mornington Pool & Spa we pride ourselves on the 1% per centre’s, or little extras that we offer that no other Pool shop on the planet can offer! Excellent service with extensive range of every pool or spa related product imaginable is what we pride ourselves on and have done so especially over the past 11 years. It shows when you pop in to have a look. Assuming you can fit in the store on the Open day you will find Pool/Spa Pumps all types, Filters all types Sanitising options, Heaters, Pool Robots and much much more that can make your swimming season the fun it needs to be. No headaches or frustrations from pool equipment failing or calling techs to come out and fix things that don’t work. All our products come backed up with service, unlike the internet who cannot send someone out as there is no one to send out! Whilst we understand people research on the internet and get their so called “best pricing” on line they are crazy if they think that avoiding a visit to our store won’t result in a big win for them. We match all internet pricing where possible & have done since before the internet was around. We operate a competitive pricing policy to give our customers best price on all things, only we can’t support it on National TV with adverts “show us same product & we’ll beat it by 5%” sounds familiar? But what Bunnings and who can forget good old Masters can’t, don’t offer is professional, up to date information on what’s best for your pool or spa & it’s no surprise how many pool shops such as ours have grown over the years! “As usual, competition giveaways including an Energy Saving pump worth $1771 and a Robot Pool Cleaner to be given away, valued at $4000,”

says store owner Simon. “We have seen over the past five years amazing robot pool cleaners replacing traditional suction cleaners making pool users happier than ever before.” “People are now even buying chemicals in bulk for the whole season to take advantage of the 31% off pricing storewide, which makes a lot of sense.” “We are thrilled to be able to offer this to the public with our ONE DAY ONLY 31% OFF SALE, which has become a fabulous family day out as well. We have a Giant Jumping Castle, hot dogs, fairy floss and lots of fun for the family.” Mornington Pool and Spa for past 31 years has been and continues to be a one stop shop for all your pool needs and accessories. The team at Mornington Pool and Spa are among the most experienced suppliers of products and services in the pool and spa industry. With the help of suppliers like Astral Pools, Maytronics, and Bioguard, Mornington Pool and Spa are able to offer this one day only 31% off special pricing to spring off the season. “We have lots of new products from removing long term metal stains in the pool, to the latest automation Like Astral Pool’s “VIRON Connect 10” allowing you to control your pool and spa using your i-Phone, tablet, computer or Android phone.” Finally, “we also will have a massive range of fun pool toys on sale as well so you can stock up for Christmas or your entire swimming season in one go.” Mornington Pool and Spa stocks all major brands and equipment and best of all if not in store at the time we will order it and get it in. Come in and check out the Mornington Pool and Spas’ One Day Only Sale on Saturday October 20 from 9am until 5pm. First 50 customers receive showbags packed with pool goodies. Mornington Pool and Spa located at 33 Yuilles Rd, MORNINGTON. Phone 5975-8466. www.morningtonpoolandspacentre.com.au


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Electric trains all right, but what about buses? Attending seminars, meetings and forwarding correspondence and petitions to the Minister for Public Transport, Transport Victoria, and other government members over the past 11 years has resulted in minimal improvements to our public transport network. We need to see action not words. While we have seen the increased frequency of the trains from Frankston to the city and the introduction of the 887 express bus service (Rosebud-Monash) for our university students, the issue of accessing these services still remains, requiring many residents (especially those in the Hearn/Park roads, Mt Martha areas) to use private transport. This creates more road congestion and parking issues. The alternative is a 40-minute walk. Additional 887 bus stops at Esplanade and Hearn Road intersection where pull-in areas exist would provide that greatly needed access for many residents, visitors and tourists. An extension to operate this service over summer would also be an asset, providing access to Dromana and Rosebud. Issues such as extending and re-routing existing bus routes or installing additional bus stops will improve connectivity for families both young and old, providing access to education, community services, hospitals, and places of employment. The news of electrification of the Baxter rail may be welcomed by some residents of the Mornington Peninsula, but once again will be inaccessible to many without the need for private vehicles and parking areas. An improved integrated bus network is essential. To assist in pursuing improvements on the Mornington Peninsula please write or email the Minister for Transport or Transport for Victoria (TFV) or email: mornpen.vic.gov.au/betterbuses. Susan Bristow, Mt Martha

Our refugee obligations It is simply not good enough for our Minister for Health [Flinders MP Greg Hunt] repeating ad nauseam the mantra of the federal government that children on Nauru can leave anytime they want (“Doctors plea for children The News 9/10/18). Children and their parents are stuck in a Catch 22 situation of punishment for being refugees. I believe it is shameful of Mr Hunt to say this heartless rote-learned mantra, devised by successive LNP prime ministers, in the face of professional advice from health professionals and human rights organisations. The federal government cannot be excused from its obligations under several international covenants signed by Australia on the treatment of refugees and human rights. Shame on him. But can we expect anything different from this sort of politician when he showed what I see as his true colours not so long

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Refugees blameless I wholeheartedly agree with Ann Renkin (“Bring refugees” Letters 18/9/18). These people have done nothing wrong other than trying to escape oppression from war torn countries only to find oppression and incarceration at the hands of a so-called christian Rudd, Gillard, Rudd, Abbott, Turnbull, Morrison federal government. Yes, the refugees can return to their country of origin at the Australian taxpayers expense, but would the Michael Longs (“Sensible policies” Letters 18/9/18) of this world return his family into the possibility of having his family killed? I don’t think so. The disastrous and chaotic situation regarding refugees in Europe is purely in the minds of the racist extreme right. Most people throughout the world have empathy towards the plight of these pitiful victims of tyranny and terror. When I spoke out against racism some time back,I received an inane uninformed suggestion that I should leave the country of my birth of 76 years and go elsewhere if didn’t like racism. To these unfeeling people in Australia, may I quote a couple of lines from our national anthem: ”Our land abounds in natures gifts of beauty rich and fair/For those who’ve come across the seas, we’ve boundless plains to share”. I for one prefer my grand kids be open and accepting, not narrow-minded, insular individuals. May we never be put in the same position as a refugee John Cain, McCrae

Reopen Hazelwood I cannot believe that we are planning to have diesel generators and power shutdowns to some industries on the Mornington Peninsula during peak tourist times when demand for power will merely double.(“Diesel back-up on power cut days” The News 2/10/18). All of this because Hazelwood was shut down, allegedly to help prevent the planet Earth from its natural cyclic warming of a couple of degrees. Worse, they plan to fix the problem five years into the future with solar and batteries and other dream fantasies. Hasn’t anyone told them that the giant battery in South Australia is only good for one hour and five minutes before it is flat? This is not just gross incompetence, it is dangerous and it is mad. If we had a proper Victorian government, and I don’t think the Liberals will be any different, let alone, for heavens sake, the Greens, the problem would be fixed. The fix is, simply, another proper generator at Hazelwood. One single generator used to provide 625 megawatts, nowadays one would be of 1000 megawatt production. Six in the one building at Hazelwood would do the trick.

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How many other towns will need diesel generators? This diesel proposal is proof of incompetence and, in my opinion, worse. Brian A Mitchelson, Mornington

Dropping dog bundles In their wisdom the powers that be at the Cameron’s Bight, Blairgowrie leash-free beach have removed the last two remaining doggy-poo receptacles. They have replaced them with signs informing dog walkers to tote their smelly bags to places afar. As the number bags left behind on the ground indicate, this decision has not met with unanimous approval. Every year they make life a little bit more difficult for dog walkers who, it would appear, have had a gutfull of the “beach Gestapo”. Fred Wild, Rye

Anzac spirit

Seventy-five years ago, the Thai–Burma railway was completed on 16 October 1943, costing the lives of more than 2,800 Australian Prisoners of War (POWs), including some 700 at Hellfire Pass. During the Second World War, the Japanese sought to maintain their armies in Burma and began construction of a 420 km railway between western Thailand and Burma through harsh jungles and mountains. Construction of the

Thai–Burma railway began in October 1942 and by the time the line was finished, around 270,000 Asian labourers and some 60,000 Allied POWs, including Australian, British, Dutch, and American troops had worked on its construction. The most notorious site along the railway is Hellfire Pass, where prisoners were required to drill, blast and dig their way through solid limestone and quartz rock. Shifts lasted up to 18 hours a day during the most intense period, a regimen that continued for some six weeks. The Pass was named both for the brutal working conditions and the eerie light thrown by bamboo fires as skeletal figures laboured by night, reminiscent to some of Dante’s Inferno. Private James “Snow” Peat found strength in these difficult conditions by thinking of home, and those waiting for him: “I had a wife and little girl. And the will to live. I said ‘I’m not dying in this bloody place, and that’s all there is to it’.” This attitude, and the resilience and determination shown by Australian POWs during the Second World War epitomises the Anzac spirit forged more than two decades earlier during the First World War. Today, we remember the some 75,000 Asian labourers who died alongside the Allied prisoners while working on the railway and we honour the service and sacrifice of the some 12,500 Allied POWs who died, including more than 2,800 Australians. Lest we forget. Darren Chester, Veterans’ Affairs Minister

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Letter sent appealing for Sir John Madden memorial Compiled by Brodie Cowburn THE Frankston Progress Association, at its last monthly meeting decided to organise funds for a memorial in Frankston to the late Sir John Madden. If sufficient funds are received it is proposed to erect a large brick pavilion in the Frankston Park, at a cost of about £3000. The president is personally supervising and organising the collecting of donations, which, it is hoped, will come from all parts of Australia. Over his own signature the president personally addressed and directed a total of 2000 letters to friends of the late Chief Justice. The following is a copy of the letter mailed: Dear Sir or Madam, I have the honor to address you, as your name has been advanced to me as a friend of the late Sir John Madden, who was, because of his unfailing kindness and courtesy, most deeply respected and loved by the people of Victoria. You had, I venture to feel, great admiration for the late Chief Justice and Lieutenant Governor who was undoubtedly one of Australia’s most esteemed and valued public men. It is felt by many, that it would be almost a crime to fail to erect a fitting and lasting memorial to him, who always had the interests of our State, and the welfare of our people very close to his charitable heart. The late Sir John Madden resided for many years with his family at Frankston; and was always in keenest sympathy with the efforts of Frankston residents to forward the interests of the village to which he belonged. The deceased assisted our local

efforts with his presence and words, and by personally taking part in local entertaments and by monetary gifts. As this highly respected public man, whom I feel you claimed as a true and loyal friend, selected by his own choice Frankston as His home various and many Melbourne citizens consider that a suitable and lasting memorial should be erected by friends, and the public, of the late Sir John Madden, in Frankston. With this object in view, the Frankston Progress Association has taken up the project, and if sufficient funds can be raised it is proposed to erect, in the Frankston public park, a brick pavilion (the cost of which would be in the region of £3000) as a memorial to the late Sir John Madden. We feel you will agree with our idea, and assist us to feature same. We desire your assistance and support, and respectively and earnestly ask for it. We sincerely trust you will see your way to forward a donation for this worthy fund. We offer you our best thanks in anticipation. Donations addressed to the writer, “Warren Hill” Frankston, will be duly acknowledged per letter and in the press. —Very truly yours, J. B. JOLLY, President, Frankston Progress Association. *** MESSRS T. R. B. Morton and Son, Auctioneers, 72 Swanston street, Melbourne, report having sold through Mr J. L. Parkes (one of their auctioneers), 52 acres at Flinders, cleared and fenced, known as Boyd’s paddock, to Mr J. J. Clark, of Flinders. ***

THE Treasurer Roll of Honor Fund gratefully acknowledges receipt of the following donations : Mrs B. M. Garrood (counter box) £1 3s; Back to Childhood Dance (per Miss Laurissen) £10 5 ; Mr W. P. Mason, £1 1s; Mr H. McComb, £1. £13 9s. *** THERE was a crowded house at the Protestant Federation meeting on Thursday evening in the Frankston Mechanics’ Hall. Interesting addresses were delivered by Rev. J. C. Farquhar and Cr. D White. A full report will appear in our next issue. *** MR H. Bray, of Bay Street, received word from the Defence Department that his son, Arthur, had been wounded at the front. No further particulars have been received but we trust that the wounds are not serious. and that he will be convalescent before long. *** ON Monday next will be presented at the Frankston, Mechanics’ hall a Series of Pictures showing the Australians in Action in Flanders. Little Mary McAlister (America’s wonderful child actress) with her squad of soldiers will also be shown. Warrant Officer David will address those present. The admission is free, but a collection will be taken up to defray expenses. *** AT the recent examinations in music of the associated board of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, the following pupils of Miss T. Carter were successful:

Lower division (3rd grade) pass, Lynette Utber; Eileen Utber. Elementary division, (2nd grade) passed with honors, Phillis Hocking, Doris Hughes. Pass, Marjorie Morgan, Moara Cameron, Jessica Wells, Louisa Coxall, Walter Fisher. Primary division (1st grade) Constance Mason, Thomas McMurtrie, Ian Heath, Myra McComb. *** MR A. E. Lasslett, Hon. Treasurer to the Frankston Roll of Honor Fund, desires us to mention that when returning thanks to those ladies and gentlemen who were the means of making the “Back to Childhood” dance such a success, that he inadvertently mentioned Mr. W. Millett as the organiser. Miss Hettie Laurissen is the lady to whom is due the praise and congratulations for her kindly action and successful management. *** ON Saturday last the Australian Club gave a most enjoyable. evening to returned soldiers. There was a large attendance and the time was most pleasureably spent in dancing with light refreshments being handed round during the evening. On Monday evening the Wattle Club held an invitation social to welcome Lance-Corporal Bunney and Driver Roberts, both of whom are home on furlough after having four years at the front. The evening was spent in cards and dancing. A good musical programme was also rendered. During an interval Constable Ryan (who was on a visit to Frankston) gave a hearty welcome to Driver Roberts,

on behalf of the club, congratulating him on his safe return. Lance Corporal Bunney was unable to be present owing to a prior engagement. On Tuesday evening a public welcome was accorded the two veterans in the Mechanics’ Hall, the building being crowded. Crs Oates and Mason and Rev A. P. McFarlane gave short congratulatory addresses, conveying to the guests the heartfelt wishes of one of the biggest and most representative gatherings ever assembled in the hall. “They are Jolly Good Fellows” was enthusiastically sung as the soldiers entered the hall, and one had only to catch a glimpse of the bright smiling faces to understand the unspeakable pleasure that was burning in the hearts of the welcoming and welcomed alike. Mrs W. P. Mason arranged an excellent programme in her well known thorough manner; the following artists assisting; Misses Edwards, M’Lellan, Laurissen, Bray and Croskell; Mrs Boyett, Drum Major Scarf, Sgt. Widburn, Privates M’Kim and Lunn, Messrs Laslett and Payne and Master Keith Tait. Miss O’Grady played the accompaniments with her usual ability. At the conclusion of the musical programme a dance was arranged: Mr A Brierley kindly supplying the music and Mr Thompson acting as M.C. The refreshments were under the management of Mrs H. M’Comb, while Miss P. Twining carried out the secretarial duties. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 19 October 1918

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The Pleistocene Potato Cake Debacle By Stuart McCullough ON one level, I understood. Under the light of the Bain Marie, they looked nothing short of spectacular. I could see my colleague was instantly smitten and, having regard for their enormity, drawn into their gravitational pull. I’d certainly never see anything like them. But whereas my workmate was enamored, my own reaction was one of fear. I simply didn’t feel comfortable around anything that was so freakishly huge. Honestly, they were the largest potato cakes I’d ever seen. They looked pre-historic. Like mega fauna. In fact, I wouldn’t have been at all surprised if they’d been cooked with a ten-foot wombat firmly in mind. But, given this was a truck stop outside a regional city and that a Diprotodon was unlikely to appear anytime soon, I had to reconcile myself with the thought that these monstrosities were intended for human consumption. My workmate bought two. The person at the service station may have raised an eyebrow. As if she knew that my workmate was, quite literally, about to bite off more than he could reasonably be expected to chew. Despite her obvious skepticism, she used a small crane to lift two potato cakes and lower them into a paper bag. With a great deal of effort, he managed to carry them back to the car. As the designated driver, I had to witness the horror of what followed as my workmate attempted to eat these prehistoric potato cakes. It was obvious that something was wrong. After the very first bite, an-

ticipation was immediately replaced by fear, a sense of betrayal and an overwhelming feeling of nausea. There was a cry of disbelief. A wail of anguish. A flurry of limbs to wind the window down just in case his body was to immediately reject the deep-fried abomination it had just been subjected to. Clearly, this was no ordinary potato cake. According to Wikipedia (no, really) an Australian potato cake comprises a thin slice of potato that is battered and deep-fried out of existence. (Sadly, Wikipedia is silent as to why, whenever you order fish and chips, you always get an extra potato cake. Perhaps some things are best left unexplained.) In something of a

state of shock, my colleague held the gigantic fried potato fritter aloft to invite closer inspection of this piping hot abomination. From the driver’s seat, I noticed that between the layers of batter there was not only potato but ham and melted cheese also. How dare they. Some things should not be trifled with. They are sacred and not subject to variation. To change them is to defy history itself and could well constitute a renunciation of everything that we as a society hold dear. I could tell my passenger was having a terrible time. Despite the obvious displeasure, it soon became apparent that my colleague was determined to not let an

aberrant potato cake get the better of him. Even though every mouthful was unpleasant, he continued to crunch down through the batter, through to the controversial contents that lay beyond. When I suggested that he simply throw what remained out the window, he looked at me as though I’d just uttered something so heretical that it was not worthy of a response. We fell into an awkward almost silence, punctuated only by the sound of breaking batter and chewing. I kept my comments to myself. It sounded like hard work. It sounded unpleasant. As we rolled into town, my colleague finished off the second potato cake before immediately declaring that he felt quite unwell. It was hard to have

much sympathy. It’s difficult to watch someone suffer at the hands of a deep-fried snack food. To see them as everything they’ve ever understood about potato cakes is called into question. By the time I parked the car, it was obvious that he no longer knew what to believe in. Every thing he knew had been challenged by what I was now referring to as the ‘mega-cake’. This was clearly so much more than a gastronomic calamity; itt had quickly become something of an existential crisis. Perhaps he should have asked for tomato sauce. When we arrived at the venue, there was plenty of food, all of it deliciously orthodox. My workmate, who had just consumed something he considered to be an absolute culinary atrocity, didn’t feel hungry. If only he’d waited ten more minutes, he’d have had a large array of conventional food at his disposal. Two weeks ago, I drove past that service station. I thought about stopping to buy one of their so-called potato cakes. To serve as a warning. Namely, that you should never buy a potato cake so large that – like the Great Wall of China or Chadstone Shopping Centre – it can be seen from space. In the end, I kept driving. No one wants to travel back to Melbourne with a gigantic potato cake in the passenger seat beside them. Besides, I would have felt silly strapping it in with the seatbelt. Such absurdity would truly have taken the (potato) cake. stuart@stuartmccullough.com

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The AGL Peninsula Film Festival back for 2019

The B# Big Band will take you on A Sentimental Journey THE B# Big Band presents an unforgettable show of swinging classics led by the sassy & sultry vocals of acclaimed Melbourne jazz songstress, Tamara Kuldin. This sentimental musical spectacular of song features melodies from the 30s and 40s made famous by the likes of Benny Goodman, Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Doris day. Immerse yourself in the golden era

THE Peninsula Film Festival is proud to announce a new partnership with AGL. AGL has come on board as Naming Rights Sponsor and will support the Peninsula Film Festival activities which include the expansion of a new, music festival to be held at Hastings Foreshore. Festival Director Steve Bastoni said the relationship with AGL means the Festival can grow to include the Western Port side. “We are excited to have AGL onboard and this means we can continue to keep the short film festival FREE to attend and also offer a low-cost ticketed, music event at Hastings,” he said. The Festival will run from February 1-3 and includes a launch night on the Friday February 1, followed by the FREE short film festival at the Village

Green on February 2, and then on February 3, heads over to Hastings Foreshore for a fabulous afternoon of music, comedy, food stalls and markets. Entries for the Film Festival are open now and anyone with an idea and a camera can enter their film to win a share in up to $30K of cash and prizes. A total of 20 short listed films will be judged live on Saturday February 2, 2019 by top industry professionals with the winner taking out $5K in cash, second place $2.5K cash and third place scoring $1250 cash. Organisers are encouraging budding filmmakers to enter the Woodleigh School Emerging Filmmaker Award (open to any Australian student under 18 years of age) to be in the running for $500 cash as well as mentorship opportunities.

The Festival is pleased to announce a new category – the Rye, Rosebud and Dromana Community Bank® branches of Bendigo Bank My Local Hero Award. This is a chance to enter a 2 minute film featuring someone who has made an impact on the region. Entries for all categories are open until Sunday December 16, 2018. Films must be 8 minutes or less in length (2 minutes for the My Local Hero Award). Enter via https://filmfreeway.com/ festival/PeninsulaFilmFestival or head to www.peninsulafilmfestival. com.au for details. For a detailed three-day program and to purchase tickets visit www. peninsulafilmfestival.com.au

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Rosebud dig in against Seaford time they had, as Flinders ended up at 9/187 off their 40 overs. At David Macfarlane Reserve, an opening stand of 92 was not enough to see Mt Eliza over the line as they made the road trip down to Sorrento. Tim Clarke put on 52 run before putting one into the waiting hands of Leigh Pohole. Mt Eliza finished up at 7/164. Sorrento showed intent early, and ran away to 1/113 to put themselves in the box seat. A good all round performance saw them chase down their target with 6 wickets and 3 overs in hand. At Baxter Park, Mornington have pulled off a great escape by tearing through Baxter’s middle order to defend their total of 8/146. Baxter were cruising to a win at 3/111 with plenty of overs in hand, before they lost an astonishing 5/1 to undo all of their hard work. Glenn Wood and Rueben Higgins made a mockery of Baxter’s middle order, as they finished all out for 135, just 12 runs short of a win. The final match of the weekend saw Langwarrin easily do away with Pearcedale. Langwarrin set a target of 194, but bowled out Pearcedale for a paltry 93 before they even got close.

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ROSEBUD have bounced back from a difficult start to get the better of Seaford at Olympic Park on Saturday. Seaford won the toss and sent their opponents in to bat, which looked to be a masterstroke early. Rosebud’s openers Kane Donald and Pete Doughty both fell for ducks to leave their middle order to pick up the pieces. Billy Quigley came in to steady the ship with a handy 29, but Rosebud still found themselves struggling at 6/66. They showed signs of life to knock 77 runs for their next two wickets, finishing up on 8/143 from 40 overs. Dil Pageni was the pick of Seaford’s bowlers. Conceding just 9 runs with 8 overs and claiming a wicket. Pageni came in to open the batting and again proved himself a star, scoring 65 runs in an opening stand of 87. Seaford found themselves cruising at 4/120 with just 44 runs needed to win, before Billy Quigley started to tear through them. A quick fire hat trick left Seaford battered and bruised, and the rest of their tail quickly fell too. They went from 4/120 to all out for 126. Their final six batsmen were all dismissed for ducks. Billy Quigley’s 4/23 off six overs, hat trick, and run out made him an easy pick for man of the match. Seaford Tigers didn’t fare any better than their crosstown rivals, falling to Heatherhill at home at Belvedere Reserve. The Tigers batted first, with David James’ half century proving the highlight of a grim innings. Outside of James, the rest of the Tigers’ specialist batsmen were dismissed for a combined total of just two runs. They were left badly beaten all out for 116, a total Heatherhill chased with ease. Steve O’Donnell opened and put 61 runs on the board, helping his team to a thumping 6 wicket win with 21 overs in hand. At Roy Dore Reserve, Mt Martha took on Carrum and elected to bat first. A shaky start left Mt Martha struggling at 2/34, before a well batted 55 from Ryan Godwin helped stabilise their innings. Mt Martha finished up at 6/156, a defendable total. Carrum looked to have shot themselves in the foot with a shocking start, left languishing at 4/24. A brilliant partnership from Dylan Steed and Sam Ridgway got things back on track soon enough. Ridgway’s 79 not out was enough to gain his team a hard fought 5 wicket win with 2 overs to spare. At home, Delacombe Park batted bravely to claim a thrilling win over Hastings. Hastings batted first, with Luke Hewitt’s impressive half century being the highlight. Jake Hewitt also leant a hand, smacking two sixes on his way to a handy 40. Their good work was undone by a weak showing from their tail. Ricky Ramsdale tore through their weaker batsmen, claiming impressive figures of 4/11 off 8 overs. Hastings set a target of 165. As Delacombe Park came in to chase, opener Jonathan Guthrie looked on right from the word go. He raced away to a masterfully

Close call: Above, Somerville just fell short against Moorooduc. Right, Delacombe Park grabbed a thrilling win over Hastings in District. Pictures: Andrew Hurst

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taken half century, but his teammates were dropping like flies. Delacombe Park were left at 9/145, requiring 21 to win with just one wicket in hand. Guthrie took the game on and ended up claiming his side a stunning win. His 75 not out proved to be a match winning knock, as his side scored the one wicket win.

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A BRAVE knock from skipper Aaron Paxton was not enough to help Long Island over the line against Main Ridge. Paxton batted beautifully on his way to an impressive half century, but had little support from his teammates. Paxton watched six of his teammates fall around him, with only one scoring more than six individual runs. Daniel Polson eventually claimed his wicket, as they finished up all out for 156. Main Ridge got off to a good start, with their opener and skipper Shaun Foster also putting on a show. He scored 68 runs and had plenty of help from his top order. Main Ridge claimed a five wicket win with five overs left to spare. At Red Hill Recreation Reserve, Red Hill held on to defend a small score against Pines. Pines performed well with ball in hand to hold Red Hill to just 134 runs, and looked likely to chase it down during their innings. At 1/70 Pines looked as if they would chase their target down with ease, before things went pear shaped. They lost 8/22 quickly after that, before Jamie McCall claimed the last wicket to put them out of their misery. Pines finished all out for 114, having had a good opportunity for a win wasted. Somerville also battled hard at home, but narrowly fell to Moorooduc.

An opening stand of 72 from Somerville’s openers put them in the box seat, with Brenton Alp’s 55 setting their innings up nicely. Somerville failed to build on their strong foundations, but still ended up with a respectable total of 151. Mooroodoc’s openers fell for just 13 runs between them, with Nick Marshall claiming both their wickets. A brilliant 61 from Madushanka Perera quickly got thing back on track as Moorooduc narrowly managed to chase down their target with just three wickets in hand. Nick Marshall could hold his head high, conceding just nine runs from his eight overs. Baden Powell closed the round out by dominating Crib Point. Baden Powell opened the batting and performed well, with most batsmen contributing well to an impressive total of 171. Crib Point looked little chance of chasing that down, as they fell to just

3/15 early on. They ended up all out for 103, with Shannon Small’s 1/8 off eight overs doing most of the damage in terms of restricting the run rate.

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PENINSULA OB have held on to claim an impressive win in a high scoring clash with Flinders. Old Boys went into bat first, and put together a massive total thanks to a stunning middle order partnership between Tom La Brooy and Wade Pelzer, who combined for 103 runs. Pelizer eventually fell first for 69 before La Brooy saw his wicket fall for 75. OB finished up on a whopping 5/221, setting Flinders a mammoth target to chase. They had their work cut out for them, but a stunning third wicket partnership of 114 between Neil Barfuss and Tom Clements put them right back in the hunt. Unfortunately once their wickets fell, the tail end could do little with the

A FRANKSTON YCW masterclass was the most impressive performance of a weekend of uncompetitive cricket in Sub Districts. YCW took on Carrums Downs and were made to bowl first, but that proved no challenge for the Stonecats. Carrum Downs were decimated at home, with Liam Greenwood posting figures of 3/15, and Levi McLoughlinDore topping that with 4/11 from his eight overs. Carrums Downs finished all out for 79, a total the Stonecats chased down with 21 overs to spare. Skye also struggled badly at home, as they hosted Balnarring. Brenton Taylor bowled just four overs, but did all the damage by wiping out Skye’s middle order with figures of 3/10. Skye finished up at 102 all out. Balnarring took just 27 overs to chase that total down, losing just two wickets in the process. Dromana had a bad weekend up against Tootgarook, having their defendable total of 138 quickly wiped out. Mark Whitehead was impressive for Dromana as opener, falling for 69 runs. When Tootgarook came in to chase, it was clear they intended on getting home as soon as possible. They lost six wickets, but chased down 138 in just 27 overs. Boneo also had luck away from home, as they travelled to RJ Rowley Reserve to take on Rye. Boneo were sent in to bat first, and initially struggled at 3/34. They quickly steadied their course and finished up with an impressive 9/175, thanks to a handy innings of 69 from Ryan Jellie. Rye worked hard but their run rate proved a massive issue, thanks to economical bowling from Chris Jobling, who claimed 3/13 off 8 overs, and Flinn Shiel who claimed 4/6 off 5 overs. Rye finished at 8/110, well short of Boneo’s target. Tyabb had a bye.

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By Craig MacKenzie A DAMAGING presidency battle was averted last week after Steve Spencer was elected at an extraordinary general meeting at Frankston Pines. It had been widely expected that former vice-president Daniel Plaiche and recent interim president Hamdija “Boz” Osmancevic would run against each other but neither party turned up to the meeting. Osmancevic had been the only candidate for president a fortnight earlier at the club’s AGM but stood down after a dispute erupted about his managerial style forcing last week’s meeting to settle the impasse and elect an executive. Rumours flew about Osmancevic’s intentions and involved speculation about a possible merger with Heatherton United and uncertainty about what an Osmancevic administration would mean for co-tenant Southern United. This had all the hallmarks of deliberate scaremongering and in the end there was only one candidate for the top job. There was a lot at stake last week not least being a $3.2 million state-of-theart facility at Monterey Reserve which will involve demolishing the existing social rooms and dressing rooms with work expected to begin next September and take at least eight months to complete. When finished Pines will have one of the finest sporting facilities on the peninsula which will provide an opportunity for the club to regain its former status if utilised properly. Right now the club does not have a vice-president but Lee Davies is treasurer, Ash Spencer is secretary, Tommy Mitchell and Michael Tervit are on the general committee and Patrick Duffy will act as council liaison officer. One of Spencer’s first tasks as president was to appoint Kevin “Squizzy” Taylor as new senior coach and Darren Roberts as his assistant. Paul Williams had previously stepped down as head coach and is believed to be looking at other coaching opportunities. Had Osmancevic become president Taylor would also have been on the coaching staff working alongside former Pines keeper Peter Blasby who may return to a specialist coaching role at Mornington. Taylor has previously coached Seaford United’s reserves and seniors, the NPL under-20s at Bentleigh Greens and Langwarrin and been head coach at Westgate.

Welcome home: New Frankston Pines senior coach Kevin “Squizzy” Taylor (right) and Pines life member Tommy Mitchell. Picture: Darryl Kennedy

Pines was the first club he played for after returning from England in the early 1980s and he coached the reserves in 2006 and was Williams’ assistant in 2016. Roberts played professionally for English giant Wolverhampton Wanderers and has been senior coach at Skye United and Seaford United. However there is uncertainty over Roberts accepting the role and he was weighing up work demands as we went to print. That thrusts former Langy senior assistant Robert Mathieson into the equation but he plays his cards close to his chest. Mathieson would not be drawn on speculation about a possible involvement with Pines but it’s believed that he also is on Baxter’s radar and has spoken with newly appointed Baxter gaffer George Hughes about an assistant’s role. Taylor’s appointment adds spice to next season’s State 3 South-East derby with Skye United given that he was recently interviewed for the senior coaching job there, a position that went to former Skye player and assistant coach Phil McGuinness. It’s not known if Skye had hopes of tapping in to the talent pool of young players at Langwarrin but there’s little doubt that Taylor is now eyeing half

a dozen members of Langy’s 2018 under-20s squad. It’s believed that his gaze is focussed on Cedric Benza, Nick Simmons, Max Boulton, Alex Whyte, Travis Ernsdoerfer and Keegan Guy among others. These players may decide to pursue their dreams at NPL level but Taylor is determined to offer them the opportunity to continue their development. “I’m not saying that we’ll get all the players we’re interested in but if we did then we would have a very, very good squad that could go very, very close next season,” Taylor said. “I want to provide the chance for young players to develop in an NPLlike environment without the associated cost and politics involved. “My aim is to make Pines the local club of choice for upcoming talent – a finishing school I guess for young players looking for senior experience to continue their career path.” Taylor also wants to create a blend of young and experienced players and believes that Pines already has a number of players who could comfortably fit into his plans for next season. “I want to put together a side that plays an exciting brand of football that’s easy on the eye – just like we did with Bentleigh Greens and Langy’s under-20s.” While Taylor was non-committal

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it is expected that one of the players he will be talking to shortly is former Langy keeper Robbie Acs. He also is believed to be keen to speak to Boris Ovcin, Andy McIntyre and Jonny Guthrie but if rumours are correct so are other local clubs. Whether or not Roberts takes the assistant job there’s a strong chance that his son Alex, currently with Brandon Park, will be another Taylor target. Meanwhile Langwarrin announced last week that Paul Truman had been appointed head coach of the under-20s with Ben Caffrey assisting. Truman holds a UEFA A licence and has coached at South Dandenong (now Dandenong Thunder), Bentleigh Greens and Bulleen and has also coached in Thailand. Caffrey had a distinguished playing career with Langwarrin, Moorabbin, Richmond, Peninsula Strikers and Frankston Pines and has been an assistant coach at Strikers and Pines. Truman and former Langy senior assistant Ronnie Whitton have swapped roles with Whitton filling the vacancy at Bulleen’s under-20s created by Truman’s departure. Langy will conduct trials for its under-18 and under-20 squads on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting this week. The under-18s start at 6pm and the under-20s at 7.30pm.

Due to work at Lawton Park the trials will be held at Baxter Park and participants can register through Langwarrin’s facebook page or via the club website. In NPLW news Aaron Myatt has returned to Southern Stars after accepting the under-19s coaching role at the club’s presentation night last weekend. Myatt originally declined the offer after being replaced as senior coach the previous week but the executive was keen to retain his services. “We’re delighted that Aaron has changed his mind and we are looking forward to the part he’ll now play in our coaching framework,” technical director Harry Chalkitis said. Southern announced last weekend that strength and conditioning coach Kosta Drak has been re-signed for 2019. Drak runs Dandenong-based 747Fitness and has worked with players at Bulleen, Springvale White Eagles and Brandon Park. He is head of strength and conditioning at Forest Hill Sports Academy and Noble Park Secondary College football program. Southern holds trials for new players this week in under-12, under-14 and under-16 age groups at 6pm on Monday and Wednesday at Monterey Reserve. Existing players join the trials next week. Under-19s and seniors trials start next week with sessions on Monday, Wednesday and Friday starting at 7.30pm and existing players are expected to attend. In other news Danny Verdun has hit the ground running as new coach of Peninsula Strikers and has arranged a pre-season game against Mazenod at Centenary Park on Saturday 23 February at 4pm and 6pm. That’s the third game arranged by Verdun in a matter of days after last week announcing friendlies against Kingston City and Collingwood City in January and February respectively. Verdun also confirmed that Strikers will compete in the 2019 Steve Wallace Memorial Cup. Last week FFV released the voting in its league best and fairest awards as well as scorers in its Golden Boot awards. Somerville player-coach Dave Greening added the State 5 South best and fairest award to his ninth straight league Golden Boot award while recently retired Skye United striker Caleb Nicholes won State 3 SouthEast’s Golden Boot.


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Hockey players pick up silvers at nationals MORNINGTON Peninsula Hockey Club had five players represent Victoria at the Women’s Masters Championships in Bunbury, Western Australia on Thursday 27 September. Four of the women, Emma Brown, Kim Trezise, Julia Ashmore and Margaret Nettleship, returned home with silver medals from the national competition while Rebecca Gipp finished just shy of a bronze. Mornington Peninsula Hockey Club goalkeeper Julia Ashmore said “it was a great result from everyone”. Ashmore, who usually plays in the over-45s, competed in the over-40s Victorian team which had to merge with the over-45s due to the lack of numbers. Ashmore said the side had their

Keep it up: Mornington Peninsula Hockey Club goalkeeper Julia Ashmore (right) competes at the Women’s Masters Championships. Picture: Supplied

chances in the gold medal game against Western Australia in which they were narrowly beaten 3-2. “It was anyone’s game, it could have gone either way,” Ashmore said. “We had about six from the over40s and six from the over-45s merged into the team and we were playing against women in their low 40s. I think we did really well to come away with a silver medal.” Emma Brown and Kim Trezise represented the Victorian over-35s side which faced an undefeated Queensland team in the gold medal game. Queensland showed their dominance by claiming the gold medal 4-0 and ending the championships seven wins from seven matches, but Brown and Trezise still walked away with a silver medal from the nationals and comfortably held the other states at bay. Margaret Nettleship represented the Victorian over-65s and just missed out on claiming a gold medal. Nettle-

ship came up against an undefeated New South Wales side in the grand final and forced the match into a shootout after ending normal time tied at 1-1. Unfortunately for Nettleship the NSW side got the better of the Victorians in the shootout, claiming the win 3-1. Rebecca Gipp competed in the over-50s competition and finished fourth overall, however the Victorians didn’t go down without a fight. The Victorians ended the bronze medal game tied 1-1 after the final whistle against NSW, but were eventually defeated 2-0 in the final shoot-out. Following the Women’s Masters Championships, Kim Trezise and Julia Ashmore were announced as part of the over-40s and over-45s Australian teams which will compete in the Trans-Tasman Masters Hockey Challenge on the Gold Coast in April next year.

Mornington juniors ace table tennis nationals MORNINGTON Peninsula Table Tennis Association had four representatives compete at the National Junior Table Tennis Championships in Townsville, Queensland on Saturday 29 September. Georgia Hollow, Charlie Hollow, Joshua Cheung and Matt Hookey put in outstanding performances to compete at the top level, and returned home with seven top-10 finishes. Georgia, 7, and her older brother Charlie, 10, were the youngest competitors to join the Victorian squadron which competed at the championships. Despite being only seven-years-old and only picking competitive table tennis up three months ago, Georgia competed in the under-11s team’s competition and finished seventh overall.

Georgia went on to win three matches at nationals and enjoyed the experience of representing her state. Charlie, who was ranked 17th in Australia prior to the tournament, competed in both the under-11s and under-13s team and singles events. He finished ninth in the under-11s teams competition and 10th in the under-13s team event, while in the singles he finished 16th overall in both the under-11s and under-13s competitions. Charlie and Georgia’s father, Scott Hollow, said it was a great experience for them to have their first time competing at the nationals. “They’ve definitely learnt a lot watching how the other players play,” he said. “It’s different playing at this level for

them. All they want to do is attack the first ball instead of having rallies. I’m sure they’ll learn a thing or two. “It’s probably a little daunting to them but you’ve got to lose to win and they’ve been great through the whole competition.” Joshua, 15, competed in both the under15s and under-18s categories. He finished in sixth position in the under15s teams event, equal-ninth in the under15s individuals event and equal-fifth in the under-15s doubles. In the under-18s, Joshua finished equal33rd. Matt, who turned 17-years-old during the championships, competed in the under-18s singles and the under-19s teams competition in which he finished equal-33rd and 10th respectively.

Young talent: Matt Hookey, Charlie Hollow, Georgia Hollow and Joshua Cheung enjoy competing at the National Junior Table Tennis Championships. Picture: Supplied.

Laurie hoping to strike gold with Rainbow MORNINGTON-based trainer Matt Laurie has Stakes ambitions with his smart filly Rainbow Girl after she kicked clear for a comfortable fourlength win at Bairnsdale on Sunday 7 October. The daughter of Pierro had to overcome the second-widest barrier (9) to take up the lead, but once she crossed there was nothing able take ground off her in the straight. Trainer Matt Laurie was more than happy with the performance. “I thought it was very good,” he said. “She had to jump from the wide barrier and cross them but she still managed to kick clear very strongly she did it tough at both ends.”

Following Rainbow Girl’s victory in benchmark 64 class, Laurie pointed out the Listed $120,000 Harrolds Crockett Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday 27 October as her next target. “After her win at Cranbourne her rating just stayed at 62 so we had to place her as best we could to try and get her rating up and she won accordingly,” he said. “She’s now rated at 67 and she’s only had the four starts so that should be enough. “It looks a suitable race on paper and the Moonee Valley circuit should suit her well.” Despite showing exceptional early speed, Laurie believes his filly could

also take a sit if need be in the threeyear-old fillies contest. “I think she would come back underneath you if we wanted but we made sure she was up there last start to take away any bad luck and with just the way the track was playing you needed to be up there,” he said. Jockey Michael Dee also shared positive comments following Rainbow Girl’s Bairnsdale win. “[The most impressive part was how she was] doing the work at both ends when we were being so aggressive out of the gates and then just the way she put them away at the finish as well,” he said. “She was definitely a class above.” Ben Triandafillou

Clay target shooter fires at World Championships FRANKSTON Australia Clay Target Club shooter Michael Buttigieg has made a brilliant World Championships debut at the World Skeet Championships in Texas, USA on Friday 28 September. Buttigieg finished third overall in the 12 Gauge World Championships before taking out the World Zone Five Man Team event alongside David O’Sullivan (FACTC), Sam Agostino (Cecil Park, NSW), Jack Stockdale (Korumburra) and Adrian Cousens (Bairnsdale).

Buttigieg was one of 28 competitors, out of a field of over 700, to shoot 150 out of 150 in qualifying for the 12 Gauge World Championships. Fellow FACTC shooters Glenn Clarke and David O’Sullivan also managed to shoot 150/150, with Glenn taking 8th place overall. Further to Buttigieg’s successful start, he also went on to shoot 100/100 in qualifying for the 20 gauge event and finished fifth overall. That placing allowed him to be victorious in his AA grade.

Frankston Australia Clay Target Club secretary Jane Vella said it was an outstanding result for Michael. “It was Michaels first World Championships, and as one of Australia’s most decorated Skeet Shooters, I’m sure it won’t be his last,” she said.

Hot shot: Frankston Australia Clay Target Club shooter Michael Buttigieg makes the most of his World Skeet Championships debut. Picture: Supplied. Mornington News

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Smith returns as Tyabb women’s coach CRANBOURNE Women’s Football Team premiership coach, Kris Smith, has made the move to coach the Tyabb Women’s football team next season. Smith, who was originally looking to stay in the VFL coaching ranks, was welcomed back to the Tyabb Football Club two weeks ago – a club in which he played a couple of games for in 2000 when they won the flag. Smith said he pounced at the opportunity to coach the Tyabb women’s team and couldn’t wait for

waiting to hear back,” Smith said. “Potentially we’re even hoping to get another Tyabb side in the making for division three. “It would be largely dependent on numbers but we’ve currently got between 30 and 35 players on the roster so hopefully we can get enough players in to have a development squad as well.” The 2018 Division Two grand final winners, Bass Coast, will be moving up to Division One following their 14-point premiership victory over Tyabb.

the new season to come around. “I wish it would start tomorrow,” he said “I wanted to be with a team that had the potential of being in division one and I believe Tyabb is just that.” After finishing runners-up in last season’s Division Two grand final, the Tyabb Football Club is hoping their women’s side can make the jump into Division One for next season. “I’ve spoken to the league about the possibility as we’ve been keen to make the move so now we are just

Smith admitted it would be a tough competition but was positive that the women’s side would be competitive. “It’ll be a challenge for sure but I’m confident we can compete well against those mid-level teams and if we can make it through to the finals that’d be perfect,” he said. “I’m wanting to bring in some new talent that I know as well as potentially getting some youth girls coming through” Smith said he will be taking a slightly different approach this season by letting the players enjoy some

time off until Christmas. “The season doesn’t really kick off until the end of April so we’ll look to ramp up training after Christmas,” he said. “Four months will be plenty of time to be ready to go by the first round.” If you’re interested in joining the Tyabb Women’s side next season email Kris Smith at: kris_smidy@ yahoo.com.au or visit the ‘Tyabb Womens Football Team’ page of Facebook.

Main man: Kris Smith joins the Tyabb Football Club as women’s coach. In Arms: Tyabb Women’s Football Team celebrates a top 2018 season. Pictures: Supplied

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