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Surgical first ORTHOPAEDIC surgeon James Shiu on Friday used the latest computer-led technology to replace a woman’s shoulder. The operation saw The bays Hospital, Mornington, become the first medical centre in Victoria to use the pioneering technology. “Technology leads in shoulder surgery” Page 3 Picture: Yanni

Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire has refused to confirm the remuneration of council CEO Carl Cowie and four executives who report directly to the shire’s highest-paid employee. The shire’s reluctance to reveal exactly how much executive pay and perks cost ratepayers at the highest level of council comes amid enterprise bargaining agreement negotiations with council staff. Employees are being offered a 6.8 per cent pay rise over three years as part of a proposed pay deal. Permanent staff have also been offered a $1000 “incentive” payment to accept the new EBA, with reduced redundancy and sick leave provisions according to the Australian Services Union, that could cost ratepayers about $1 million ("Unfair, underhanded’ $1000 offer", The News 13/2/17). Casual staff have been offered $300 each, according to the union. When asked for details of Mr Cowie’s remuneration, any additional allowances and a pay rise resulting from the latest performance review conducted by councillors, shire communications manager Mark Kestigian referred to information publicly available. “This information is updated yearly in the annual report and is available from the shire’s website,” he said in

a statement. The annual report lists income ranges, not specific salary figures, for council’s top executives. The report states council’s highestpaid employee was paid $310,000$319,999, excluding retirement benefits, for the 12 months to June 2016. The News can reveal Mr Cowie’s remuneration, including superannuation, was increased to about $395,000 late last year. The CEO was also given an allowance of up to $30,000 for a study tour to be linked to council business. The organisation chart in council’s annual report shows chief financial officer Matt Green, governance manager Joe Spiteri, chief operating officer Alison Leighton and media communications and events manager Mark Kestigian report directly to the CEO. Mr Kestigian did not respond to further questions asking for more information than that provided in council’s annual report or a request to match the relevant job titles with the income band figures in the latest report. The annual report lists one senior officer receives $260,000-$269,999 a year excluding superannuation. Two others are paid $200,000-$209,999 and a fourth receives $190,000-$199,999. Neighbouring Frankston Council also referred The News to its latest annual report when asked about CEO Dennis Hovenden and executives’ pay. Continued Page 6

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commit to at least fortnightly visits for a minimum of 12 months. Online training is provided. Contact Deirdre Martinz on 8587 0296 or volunteers@cbchs.org.au Edithvale CFA All Fired Up Fun Run  The All Fired Up Fun Run will be again be held commencing at  The Edithvale Common, Edithvale Rd., Edithvale on Sunday, 26 March 2017 and proceeding along the picturesque Longbeach Trail to Mordialloc Creek and return. Events this year are 15km, 10km, and 5km male, female, under 16s and teams.  Walk only for 5km. Registrations now open and details at www.allfiredupfunrun.com.au Peninsula Transport Assist needs Volunteer Drivers Do you have time, like driving and want to contribute to your community?  Induction costs are covered and drivers are reimbursed from pick-up to return locations. For details call Clem on 03 9708 8241 or email  peninsulatransportassist@gmail.com AGM The Combined Mornington Probus Club will hold its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 7 March at 10.00am at St Mark’s Uniting Church, Barkly Street, Mornington. Members and past members invited to attend. Visitors always welcome. For mor Community Fete Saturday 25 February, 9.30am – 1.30pm St James Parish 105 Koetong Pde, Mt Eliza. Homemade treats, trash & treasure stalls, plants, jewellery, gifts, pony rides, bbq & café. This is a free community event e information contact Lesley on 5975 3901.

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Edithvale CFA All Fired Up Fun Run  The All Fired Up Fun Run will again be held commencing at The Common, Edithvale Road, Edithvale on Sunday 26 March 2017 and proceeding north along the Longbeach Trail to the Mordialloc Creek area and return.  Events this year are 5km, 10km and 15km male, female, under 16 and teams of 4. Walk only for 5km event. Registrations now open and details at www.allfiredupfunrun.com.au

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Family Picnic Day Saturday 25 February 2017, 10 am - 6pm St Basil Serbian Orthodox Church Grounds - 195 Warrandyte Road Langwarrin Live music, traditional Serbian foods, folk dancing, jumping castles, face painting, cooking classes of Serbian dishes and many more. Everyone welcome.

Jazz on Sunday afternoon March 5, 1.30pm – 4.30pm Come and join us at Civic Bowls Club, Dunns Road Mornington to hear the sweet sounds of Ruby Page and Joe Ruberto Jazzet.Entry $15. For details and bookings call Ros 5976 4202 or 0402 246 242 Music Talk The Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society (ADFAS) invites those interested in considering membership to come along to the first talk for 2017 on Friday, February 24th when international harpist Sarah Deere-Jones will talk about the “History of the Harp”. ADFAS meets each month at the Peninsula Community Theatre in Wilsons Road at 5.30 pm.  Each talk is followed by the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments and meet the lecturer and fellow members.  Charge for visitors is $20. Details: 9787 2092 Probus Club The Combined Mornington Probus Club meets the first Tuesday of the month (except January) at St Mark’s Uniting Church, Barkly Street, Mornington at 9.30am for 10.00am start. Everyone welcome. Call 5975 3901 for further info. Seniors Fitness Class 50’s Plus Seniors Fitness community based classes are held every Monday, Wednesday & Fridays at 10am-11am at St Pauls Anglican Church Hall (cnr of Bay & High Sts Frankston) First class is free, there are no joining or suspension fees. $8.00 per class. Qualified and experienced age appropriate instructors accredited through Fitness Australia.For more information call 0419 713 635 Singing Course Southern Sounds Chorus is holding a FREE, 2 day singing course. in a cappella style singing.   If you enjoy singing in the shower and would like to learn “The Sound of Silence” please join us at  St Judes Primary School Hall, 30 Warrandyte Rd, Langwarrin, on Sat 25th & Sun 26th February, 9am starts.  Details contact Marg 0429 591 927 Singing In The Pub The Australian Welsh Male Choir extend a warm welcome to all to join us in a fun evening of singing, good fun and drinks at Kirks Hotel on the Esplanade in Mornington on Wednesday 22nd February 8pm. A chance to be part of a great Welsh tradition with a great Welsh choir. No cover charge. Drinks at bar prices. Enquiries call 0455977746

150 Years of Anglican Worship in Mt Eliza October 16th 2016 marks one hundred and fifty years since the laying of the corner stone for the small white church on the edge of the Nepean Highway in Mt Eliza

In 2000, the church and the altar paintings were heritage listed. The church also has a magnificent stained glass window designed by Leonard French.

The land was given by a local resident, Captain Edward Lintott. A committee was formed, funds were raised, and an architect appointed. The clay for the bricks came from across the road on the site of the present Peninsula School. The original building consisted of a nave and porch and could seat about seventy people. Extensions, in the form of chancel and vestry were added in 1913.

Today the parish consists of a new and larger church, the original historic building, the Pioneer Hall complex and the clergy house, all on the original site. The Chapel of the Resurrection within The Peninsula School is also an integral part of the parish. Four services are held each Sunday with a fifth on Wednesdays. Captain Lintott would be amazed at how his original donation of three and a half acres of land has become the vibrant and progressive parish of Mt Eliza.

The first service was held in 1866 by Rev. Thomas Abraham, the vicar at Mornington. It wasn’t until 1964 that the newly separate parish of Mt Eliza had its own vicar, Rev. Charles Miles. In 1931 Violet Teague painted a mural on the sanctuary wall. She lived in Mt Eliza and used local residents as her models. It was not the first mural she painted but certainly one of the most complex and took two years to complete.

Our annual community fete will be held on site at 105 Koetong Pde, Mt Eliza on the 25th February 2017. There’ll be homemade treats, trash & treasure stall, plants, jewellery and gifts, pony rides, bbq and café. This is a free community event. Please visit our visit the parish website at mteliza.melbourneanglican. org.au or contact John Welsh 0419 399 178 or the Parish Office at 9775 3301.

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Liz Bell liz@mpnews.com.au DOMESTIC and stray cats are running amok all over the Mornington Peninsula as many cat-owners ignore the cat curfew. Environmentalists and wildlife carers have called on Mornington Peninsula Shire to enforce its cat curfew to stop increasing numbers of cats from killing wildlife and causing a nuisance to residents. One Hastings property is being inundated with cats every night after a nearby vacant block was cleared of old cars and sheds. Renate Luhn said she complained to the shire and was told by one officer not to feed them and they would “go away”. The shire adopted a 24-hour cat curfew in 1997, requiring all cats to be contained within the owner’s property, with a $100 fine for a first offence, and more than $300 for subsequent offences. Rye wildlife carer Brenda Marmion said many of the hundreds of injured animals brought to her shelter every year had been victims of cat attacks, and had to be euthanised because of the diseases cats carry. “Cats out at night are one of the main causes of death and injuries to wildlife, but it could be so easily prevented if the cat curfew was enforced,” she said. Most wildlife has little resistance to cats, which are an introduced species brought to Australia with European settlement. “Lots of cat owners do the right thing, but so many don’t, and cats are left out at night to roam and kill.”

On the prowl: One of the cats that has been nightly invading the Hastings property of Renate Luhn since a nearby vacant block was cleared. Picture: Yanni

President of the Mt Eliza-based South Eastern Centre for Sustainabaility, Steve Karaktisos, said there were several ways that cats could be humanely controlled, but that laws were ineffective without enforcement. Flinders MP and former environment minister Greg Hunt last year announced a plan to make French Island feral cat free under a communitydriven plan to make the island a safe haven for wildlife by 2020. He was quoted as saying feral cats had directly contributed to the extinction of more than 20 mammals since first arriving in Australia. The shire did not respond to requests for comment.

MORNINGTON ‘S The Bays Hospital is the first Victorian centre and only the second in Australia to use advanced technology that is helping to revolutionise shoulder replacement surgery. Orthopaedic surgeon James Shiu carried out the first surgery on Capel Sound resident Pam Chitty on Friday using the technology, after leading the push to bring the groundbreaking GPS navigational computer system to Mornington. Mrs Chitty had surgery in 1980 when she first injured her rotator cuff, but deterioration meant full replacement was the only option when even hanging out the clothes became unbearable. Mr Shiu said patients like Mrs Chitty now had options that made surgery quicker and more effective. “Medical professionals only turned to technology when it improves accuracy and reduces operating times, and this new equipment allows faster insertion of shoulder implants with pinpoint accuracy,” he said. A CT scan of the patient’s shoulder is downloaded onto the computer and a map of the surgery is created before the patient enters the operating theatre. The navigational tracking tools then provide real-time guidance for

Spot on: Orthopaedic surgeon James Shiu is excited about bringing recent advances in shoulder replacement surgery to Mornington. Picture: Yanni

the surgeon to insert the implant. “It’s still me, the surgeon, using my own hands to perform the surgery but the system will provide me with realtime guidance,” Mr Shiu said. “I don’t have to depend on my eye alone; the computer does it for me.” The equipment, yet to be approved in the US, is expected to reduce patients’ time in theatre and all the associated risks and costs. Mr Shiu said there had been many improvements in shoulder replacement surgery in the past 10 years, with the latest technology “one step further” in ensuring that implants work better, function better and last longer.

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Mr Pope said primary and secondary school pupils and students can attend the “family friendly and engaging concerts free of charge�. “PCM was born from the desire to create opportunities and a sense of place for peninsulabased classical musicians.� The first concert starts at 2pm on Saturday 4 March in the All Saints Anglican Church, 1157 Point Nepean Rd, Rosebud followed by a second concert on Sunday 5 March at 2pm at Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilson Rd, Mornington. Adults $25, concession $20. Bookings: www. trybooking.com/230267.

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Record holders: Motorists are questioning the accuracy of fixed cameras being used to record vehicle speeds along Peninsula Link. Picture: Gary Sissons

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Robbers hit service stations A MAN wearing a hoodie and armed with a kitchen knife robbed the United service station in Tyabb Rd, Mornington, at 10.15pm on Wednesday 8 February. The man, who covered his face and was described as Caucasian, pointed the knife at the attendant and demanded cash. He grabbed the till and ran off. Within the hour, the BP service station in Mt Eliza was robbed of cash, possibly by the same man. At about 2am, Thursday 9 February, the Caltex service station and also the 7-Eleven in McMahons Rd, Frankston, were robbed when a man threatened staff with a large knife and grabbed a quantity of cash. The man ran off through the car park on Cranbourne-Frankston Rd. It is not known if he had a car waiting.

Centre on fire again CFA brigades from Baxter, Langwarrin, Hastings and a breathing apparatus van from Frankston battled a fire which destroyed a portable office at the rear of the Somerville recreation centre on Saturday night. Crews were alerted to a bin fire at 10.40pm at the rear of the mechanics hall by a passer-by. When they arrived, a large column of smoke was seen rising from the rear of the old rec centre, which itself was burnt out in November in a blaze which caused $1.75-$2 million damage. On Sunday 5 February crews were again called to a “small” blaze inside the rec centre’s kitchen and office area, 4.45pm. Office materials may have been used to light the fire which was restricted to bench tops. Somerville brigade captain David O’Brien said the Saturday 11 February blaze was again deliberate. “Whoever lit the fire in the dumpster pushed it into the wall of the portable and it was

fully engaged when we arrived. Flames were beginning to impact on the rear of the main building.”

105kph over limit A MOTORCYCLIST was charged after his speed was clocked at more than 100km over the limit in Mornington on Tuesday night. Somerville Highway Patrol members detected the Suzuki GSXR600 allegedly travelling south on the Mornington-Tyabb Rd at 175kph in a 70kph zone about 11.30pm. Police media’s Creina O’Grady said the rider, a 31-year-old Mornington man, stopped when intercepted but then attempted to drive off as police approached, colliding with the police vehicle. He was arrested and the bike impounded for 30 days at a cost of $950. The rider is also expected to be charged on summons with reckless conduct endangering life, unregistered vehicle, disqualified driving, refuse roadside drug test, evade police and other traffic offences.

P-plater does his dash A P-PLATE driver blew 0.177, more than three times the limit, when breathalysed in Rosebud on Saturday 11 February. Police intercepted the 22-year-old who was driving his father’s car at 2am in CanterburyJetty Rd. The Rye man was charged with drinkdriving and his licence suspended on the spot. The car was impounded for 30 days and towing costs of $1010 charged to the owner. Senior Sergeant Michael Lamb, of Frankston police, said the high reading for a P-plater supposed to be alcohol-free had shocked police. “We are very lucky no one was killed or injured due to that driver’s level of impairment.”

Booked ‘speedsters’ slow to complain Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au ROAD safety camera commissioner John Voyage is puzzled at the lack of “objective evidence” presented to him by motorists blaming their speeding fines on faulty Peninsula Link cameras. Mr Voyage on Monday wrapped up the evidence-collecting part of an investigation which he wants to finalise in six-to-eight weeks. His report will then go to Police Minister Lisa Neville. Controversy has raged over the costly speed readings for months, with social media besieged by complaints that the fixed cameras were just inaccurate revenue-raisers. Those at Eramosa, Cranbourne and Loders roads came in for special criticism. Angry drivers formed the Peninsula Link 108 group to complain about their fines, with most clocked at a contentious 108kph. They disputed the readings, with most saying they were driving on cruise control set at the 100kph speed limit.

There is even talk of a class action to recoup fines and lost demerit points. Mr Voyage’s role is to independently monitor the road safety camera system, and to ensure all fixed and mobile road safety cameras are operating accurately and reliably. So, when he began an investigation into the accuracy of the Peninsula Link cameras he could have expected an avalanche of evidence backing up the drivers’ claims. “For about four months I have been inviting members of the public to provide me with objective evidence,” he said. “I have repeatedly [called for] dash-cam footage or GPS data of trips or FineMate app tracking, or alleged infringements by drivers of trucks with speed limiters.” But, as of Friday, he had received virtually nothing. “I have received one person’s edited data log and nothing else,” he said. “I am surprised that the public consultation process has not revealed any other objective evidence.”

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Top pays at the shire Continued from Page 1 Frankston’s annual report shows Mr Hovenden was paid $330,000$339,999, excluding superannuation, in the 2015-16 financial year. Kingston Council said CEO John Nevins’ total annual remuneration is $376,511.66, adding that he had opted to buy one weeks' extra leave in an offer available to all full-time staff. “Kingston Council sets its senior officer salaries based on benchmarking against other metropolitan councils,� Kingston mayor Cr David Eden said. “The CEO oversees an organisation of 1400 staff members, an annual operating budget of $200 million and assets valued at $2.2billion and brings years of experience in the sector to the role.� In October 2014 Mornington Peninsula and Frankston councils voted at a meeting of state councils to have the Municipal Association of Victoria — the body representing councils statewide — list more information about MAV executives’ pay in the association's annual reports. The two councils backed a motion for the MAV to list executive contract start and end dates and total remuneration paid including any external appointments approved by the MAV board. The motion to disclose contractual arrangements for key MAV management personnel was lost.

Ending cycle of domestic violence Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au THE adage of getting knocked down and then getting straight back up again describes Karen Stevens, 46, of Rosebud, to a tee. Unfortunately, the knock part literally happened, not once but three times, until Ms Stevens said to herself “enough is enough� and moved out. The penny had dropped; she realised the cycle of domestic violence would be repeated if she stayed around. “I didn’t want to pass that pattern onto my children,� she said. Across the Mornington Peninsula hundreds of domestic violence victims are struggling to get their lives back on track. “I know because I was one of them,� Ms Stevens said. “Then, after years of falling back into the same abusive cycle, I decided to do something about it.� She helps women to take back their power and reclaim their lives. “I now advocate for, and mentor, women to love themselves boldly and create a better life for them and their children,� she said. “I have helped many women, not only locally but also around the world [thanks to the internet], to thrive and be free.� Sadly, women who have survived domestic violence do not have the luxury of “falling to pieces�, she said. “They must be strong and keep going for their children, keeping as much normality as possible to reduce the emotional trauma and stress in their lives.

Reclaiming lives: Karen Stevens will hold a women’s domestic violence forum, 11am, Wednesday 22 March, at Seawinds Community Hub, Rosebud. Picture: Yanni

“Women deserve to have the freedom to feel good about themselves and to be loved and feel safe.� Ms Stevens said there were not enough resources or support for women after the actual violence and many just fell back into the same cycle of violence time after time. “After seeing counsellors, psychologists, doctors and others, and still not getting any real results, I decided to take a different approach using energy healing and working with the mind-body-spirit connection – and it

worked like magic. “After healing myself and working with energy to release old beliefs and trauma, I have managed to inspire other women to strive for more. “I now mentor women so they can live without limits, heal their lives and end the cycle of violence for good.� Ms Stevens hosts one-on-one and group coaching classes for women seeking to escape domestic violence and recover from its traumatic effects. “We all play a part on domestic violence,� she said. “We are either

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‘Reform’ call from crime forum Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au THE Law and Order forum at the Rosebud Country Club last week was described as being an “extraordinary response from the community to discuss their feelings and concerns about the dramatic increase in crime we are seeing across the state and on the Mornington Peninsula�. Nepean MP Martin Dixon said about 250 people were at the club on Tuesday 14 February to “vent their anger at a legal system which has largely left victims of crime behind, while it acts to defend criminals�. One outcome of the meeting was to create a community consultative group to distil the information outlined at the forum for Mr Dixon to then present to parliament and to the state government. “There was great support for this group from

a diverse representation, including retired police, JPs and other community members experienced in law and order issues,� he said. The consultative group is expected to meet in the next few weeks. Mr Dixon said those attending the forum made it clear they were concerned at the lack of penalties for breaching bail, at the increase in violent crime – with a carjacking reported in Rye – and at the delays taken for police to respond to 000 calls. “If elected in 2018, a Coalition government will address these issues with firm laws dealing with bail breaches and criminals who perpetrate violent crimes while, at the same time, ensuring police have the resources to respond promptly to all 000 calls. Enough is enough, was the message heard loud and clear,� Mr Dixon said. Anyone interested in joining the consultative group can call Mr Dixon’s office on 5986 6661.

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‘Pirate’ takes a dive for walk A BACKWARD flop off the Rye jetty is not every senior citizen’s idea of fun, but if you believe it is being done for the right reasons then the commitment must be honoured. At least that’s the belief of Barry Swayn, 70, who took the plunge on Thursday to promote a fundraiser for Oxfam, a charity working to alleviate poverty throughout the world. “It was my idea, I co-wrote the song Captain Captain with my son Christopher and then had a rush of blood in declaring we needed a video to promote the tune and the charity day, so it’s off the Pier with me, all fat bellied and ego,” Swayn said. A Pirates Picnic will be held at 156 Weeroona St, Rye, on Sunday 5 March. Picnic performers Stoker, Suga Tree and LA Doors front man direct from Los Angeles, Joe Ansalvish who will

be in his Captain Jack Sparrow attire (he operates as actor Johnny Depp’s double) The song Captain Captain will bring together Suga Tree and the Warrains. Swayn said the song would be released on the internet “later in the year, as will be the finished video clip”. “The premise is that on a global scale no one is really in charge of anything, least of all what aging rockers do in the spare time.” Money raised at the Pirates Picnic will be given to Oxfam towards the running costs of its annual 48-hour 100 kilometre charity walk in the Dandenong Ranges. “Pirate garb is not compulsory on the day but having fun and enjoying yourself is,” Swayn said. Details: www.facebook.com/ thebaackyard/ Picture: Yanni

ANYONE who likes to sing can go to Kirks Hotel, Mornington, on Wednesda, 22 February, when the Australian Welsh Male Choir runs an open night of fun, fellowship and singing in the Welsh style, from 8pm. The sessions will be held in the upstairs area, and will be followed by a second Singing in the Pub night on 22 March. No bookings required.

Beach clean-ups SPORT and community groups will participate in beach and reserve clean-ups at Mt Martha on Clean-up Australia Day, Sunday 5 March. SEA Shepherd, BERG Mt Martha, yacht club, lifesaving club and Mt Martha Rotary will do their bit to clean the beach from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. Sea Shepherd’s clean-up is at South Beach, 11am-2pm, and the BERG event will cover the beach, estuary and reserve, 9.30am-12.30pm, with helpers meeting in the village car park opposite the yacht club. Volunteers should wear gloves, hats and shoes. Mornington Cinema in Main St will screen Plastic Ocean, 6.15pm for 6.30pm, Wednesday 22 February. The Sea Shepherd-backed documentary has been recommended by Sir David Attenborough.

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Estuary ‘saviour’ clocks up 20 years ter The Creek, says Ms Barraclough was instrumental in organising grants. “With help from Mornington Peninsula Shire, contractors and experts, Liz defined each project, costed labour and materials, defined the need and convinced the granting bodies,” Ms Kirsner said. “Almost single-handedly, she raised over half a million dollars of grant money.” Ms Barraclough allocated funds, placed orders for contractors and plants, organised work and monitored and evaluated results. Ms Kirsner said said she also mastered the increasing levels of technology involved in grant submission, mapping, planning and record keeping. She also made it her business to become an expert in environmental management, building on her training in horticulture. “She took up every workshop and training opportunity and made sure others had access to the same opportunities,” Ms Kirsner said. “She has also proved a highly valued educator, working regularly with local schools as well as with environmental studies students at Deakin University.” In recognition of her service to conservation and the environment and as a volunteer educator, Ms Barraclough was awarded an OAM in 2015. Ms Barraclough said that BERG had improved and increased the quality of the indigenous vegetation and therefore the habitat of an important wildlife corridor. “Without an active BERG MM, there would have been a continuous deterioration of the reserves and possible encroachment of housing and sports fields,” she said. “BERG has increased the community’s awareness of this unique waterway and surrounding natural environment. “It would be a tragedy to lose this.”

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NEWS DESK Mitchell’s big test RYE boxer Jayde Mitchell will fight Les Sherrington in the first defence of his World Boxing Association Super Middleweight Oceania title at the Melbourne Park function centre on Saturday 18 March. The defence follows Mitchell’s title win against Japan’s Shintaro Matsumoto – at the same venue as Lionel Rose claimed his world bantamweight belt against “Fighting” Harada in 1968. Mitchell regards his upcoming fight as his “biggest test to date”. He said Sherrington, with a 35-9 win-loss record, was an “extremely experienced campaigner at middle and super middleweight holding minor world titles in both”. “I’ve been a fan of Les for some time as he’s been one of Australia’s best over his career. “I’m honoured to get the chance to test my metal against Les in this next big step.” Stephen Taylor

Call for volunteers MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire’s is this week holding four volunteering information workshops. Participants will learn about the rights and responsibilities of volunteers, where to find volunteering roles and how to apply to volunteer. There will also be representatives from organisations looking for volunteers. The workshops will be at Mt Eliza Neighbourhood House tonight (21 February), 10am-12pm; Crib Point Community House on 22 February, 10am-12pm Dromana Community House on 23 February, 1-3pm; and Rye Beach Community Centre on 24 February, 1-3pm. Details: vmp@mornpen.vic. gov.au or 5950 1638.

Choppy styling: Ben Pitts, above, and Tina Balland, show their longboard skills in choppy surf during the February Maladiction club contest. Pictures: Oceanblue photography

Positive reaction to poor conditions IT was a weak, inconsistent beach break, and the wind wasn’t favourable, but the Maladiction surfers were not about to be wiped out when it came to their February contest. Club president Greg Lloyd described the conditions at St Andrews Beach (near Rye) as “challenging”. Formed 20 years ago this October, the club’s riders favour long, Malibu surfboards and the stylist surfing made possible with a large deck area, although there is a contest division for “retro” short boards. Any former members who would like to be involved in Maladiction’s 20th celebrations can contact club president Greg Lloyd through the

Facebook site or by emailing greg@ surfstoked.com.au or maladictionlongboarders@gmail.com Results: Open First Division - Rhys Collins, 1; Tomy Bellisai, 2; Ben Pitts, 3. Open Second Division - Joe Bonato, 1; Dean Campbell, 2; Tina Balland, 3. Open Third Division - Steve Jones, 1; Andrew Sematas, 2; Brendan McCafferty, 3.

DSA at Inverloch THE Disabled Surfers Association Mornington Peninsula branch held its first event at Inverloch on Saturday 11 February with more than 50 surfers

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Letters - 300 words maximum and including full name, address and contact number - can be sent to The News, PO Box 588, Hastings 3915 or emailed to: team@mpnews.com.au

Reliance on coal is harebrained thinking Renewable energy is the future. Reading the letter from Brian Mitchelson I felt that I had entered an alternate universe (“Fire up the generators for our own cheap energy” The News 12/2/17). The harebrained thinking that coal is “free” and that Australia should export its emissions indicates a complete abrogation of the reality of renewable energy. It is a deliberate denial of the economic and climate realities documented by hundreds of economists and scientists. Does Mr Mitchelson not realise that we have a free, giant nuclear reactor in the sky called the sun, that emits enough energy to power every appliance on Earth for the next billion years or so? The cost of using fossil fuels is rising daily, along with the levels of carbon in the atmosphere. The costs of solar and wind and battery technologies to capture the power of the sun are decreasing exponentially as trillions of dollars are spent on research and development of these technologies. Right now, the cost for wind energy is nearly half that of coal, according to Lazard’s LCOE (Levelised Cost of Electricity), the industry standard for electricity cost comparisons. But do not take my word for it. An increasing number of experts and major companies are putting their money into clean renewables instead of filthy coal. Unlike Mr Mitchelson, they know where the energy future lies in Australia and the world regardless of the non-existent energy and climate policies of the current federal government. Renewable energy creates jobs. Renewable energy does not pollute. Renewable energy grows the economy. Renewable energy is clean. Renewable energy is the future. Ken Dyer, Queensland

Quick change Obviously Mr Mitchelson is one of our climate change deniers when it comes to humans having anything to do with it (“Fire up the generators for our own cheap energy” The News 12/2/17). The majority of climate scientists would caution us to take this issue a little more seriously. His misleading argument about climate changes over the millennia is of course partially correct. But what he conveniently omitted is the fact these changes occurred over very long time lines in the past. Ever since industrialisation of human activities we see runaway warming of our planet. And every year we break yet another record in global temperature, flood events, drought or some other climactic event that affects great masses of humans. His mantra of let someone else deal with the problems I cause is, first of all, incredibly selfish and short-sighted; and secondly it condemns future generations to a very bleak and dangerous life. Digging up any more coal anywhere is no solution for the long-term viability of the human race and it must stop now. And I haven’t even talked about the wholesale destruction of our native forests or the elephant in the room: population growth. Rupert Steiner, Balnarring Beach

Alternate reasons Brian A Mitchelson (“Fire up the generators for our own cheap energy” The News 12/2/17) makes some good points. Of course the climate is subject to change, but is the real cause being identified? Initial theories that it is due to CO2

are less than credible and no one seems to be able to relate changes in CO2 levels to changes in “climate”. No one talks about the effect of the increase in the use of energy in our environment as a contributor, yet there are some basic scientific laws (such as the first law of thermodynamics, often defined in terms of the Carnot Cycle) which would tend to give a more rational explanation. In simple terms, every time you drive your car, 90 per cent of the energy expended by the combustion of fuel in your engine is radiated straight into the atmosphere as heat. Would that have any effect on climate change? If you want to stop CO2, why not ban effervescent drinks? John Kuchel, Rosebud West

Powering down Hazelwood [power station] is closing and, should the parties that sit on the left of the political spectrum achieve their aims, all the coal-generated power in the Latrobe Valley will eventually cease and we will all feel the financial impact of this. Victoria has historically been the industrial powerhouse of this nation but, sadly, many are now departing this state as a direct result of the cost and uncertainty of the energy policies, many of which are purely ideological. While Victorians feel deep sympathy for the workers in the valley who will be thrown out of work, it would be fair to conclude that many, if not most, may have voted for the parties who have for years openly promoted the complete closure of the valley’s coal-fired power stations. Sometimes you actually get what you wish for and, in some cases, you get what you voted for. Neville and Lorna Congress, Rosebud

Power not politics Alexander Von Humboldt (1769-1859) a Prusssian geographer and an experienced thinking scientist, recognised that cutting down trees to grow wheat in South America would alter the climate and reduce rainfall. With all the knowledge gained since the 18th century, we have not learnt this lesson, or at least

our political leaders have not learnt. Our climate scientists have been saying this for decades. Yet again South Australia is being used as a political football in the power supply game. No amount of shouting from the front bench will bring a solution. Power supplies are so vitally important, their production, distribution and development must be taken away from the politicians because, frankly, they cannot be trusted no matter which political persuasion. Power needs to be organised by a completely independent organisation, which is neither beholden to political manipulation nor big business greed. Peter Strickland, Balnarring

Use levy for NDIS The National Disability Insurance Scheme is far to important to be bartered off with cuts to other programs for vulnerable people, who are already under great pressures of every day life. Surely as one of the most wealthy countries in the world and a relatively low taxing nation, the funding of NDIS should be a priority and paid for by increasing the Medicare levy? I am sure fair minded people will agree. Who knows, in the future one of our loved ones might need this much fought for important service. Denise Hassett, Mt Martha

Traffic up to speed As an commuter to the city and north and eastern suburbs I am bemused at the letters complaining about the Mornington Peninsula’s roads and the proposed freeway extension, which would seem the solution to provide the silver bullet to solve all traffic problems. My experience, apart from three or four days a year, is that the traffic jams are coming from Melbourne where the four lanes from East Link come into two at the Portsea turnoff. Going to the city on approaching the Monash there are very substantial hold-ups. If someone can explain how the proposed extension would solve this I’d be delighted to hear. The inclusion of the two roundabouts at Truemans and Browns roads have done a magnificent

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job in moving traffic In my reading of the excellent advisory signs Mornington Peninsula Shire has installed with time travel to Sorrento and vice versa, the time variations have been only about eight minutes. Travelling down the Monash can take more than one hour. If the freeway was to be done the huge feeder traffic coming off could change the ambiance of Rye, Blairgowrie and Sorrento. There’s an old saying, be careful what you wish for. John Trewarne, Rye

The dove came first Just to correct any racist misconceptions (“Cull the possums”, Letters, 13/2/17), the spotted dove with its “unAustralian” call is native to eastern Asia generally. It was introduced here in the 1800s but not from Pakistan, as that country did not exist until 1949. Lao Yan, Frankston

Devastating debate So here we are again, with politicians bouncing the issue of better support for people with a disability around the floor of Parliament like the proverbial football. Unfortunately, all that’s being achieved is a massive own goal. At what point did it seem like a good idea to pit welfare and families against the National Disability Insurance Scheme? For starters, it’s not even a logical argument when the Productivity Commission found that the NDIS would be more cost effective than the status quo. So, having dispensed with the notion that there was a cheaper alternative, the only thing that can be called into question is that of need. Do our politicians believe that people with a disability need and deserve more and better than they’ve historically received, or don’t they? People across this country have suffered immeasurably as a result of a devastatingly underfunded disability sector. And now, implicitly, they’re being asked to apologise for getting what they need, to the detriment of their fellow citizens. I can only imagine what it must feel like for someone who has been waiting desperately for

support, as they watch this debacle play out. From being told that you had a right to a fulfilling life – that you are a valued member of your community and part of this country’s fabric – to having your desperation publicly weighed and measured against that of some of the poorest members of our community. There was never any question that the introduction of the NDIS would be a steep learning curve, and an expensive one at that, but giving with one hand while taking away with the other is downright cruelty. Ultimately, in social and moral terms, we are all the poorer for this debate. Andrew Donne, chief executive Endeavour Foundation, Queensland

Water being wasted We are two weeks away from summer’s end with [water] storages near 70 per cent full, yet [the Premier] Daniel Andrews still hopes to pump in 50 gigalitres from his faulty desalination plant. Melbourne’s storages are at a healthy 68.1 per cent, but Daniel Andrews is determined to dump his 50gl of desal water in just before the winter filling season starts. During a hearing of Parliament’s Public Accounts and Estimates Committee the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) confirmed it would take up to four months to deliver the desal order. It won’t be long before autumn and winter rains start filling the dams again, so Labor should forget the water order and focus on getting a refund for customers instead. The department also confirmed on Tuesday that in the last year Melbourne Water customers paid more than $600 million in “service fees” for a desal plant that doesn’t work. Melburnians didn’t want a $24 billion desal plant and they definitely don’t need a $27 million water order this year, but Daniel Andrews put politics ahead of people and households continue to foot the bill. David Morris, MP for Mornington

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Cover up: New life has been breathed into the uninteresting facade of Telstra’s Mt Eliza exchnage with the additions of murals by Ralf Kempken. Taking a close look at the completed work on Friday are Loretta Willaton (Telstra), Sharyn Wemyss-Smith (Manyung Gallery) and Trish Stamp (Mt Eliza Chamber of Commerce). Picture: Gary Sissons

Red brick exchanged for art ARTWORK has transformed the red wall of the Telstra exchange in Mt Eliza. The transformation is the result of collaboration between Manyung Gallery, Mt Eliza Chamber of Commerce, Mornington Peninsula Shire and Telstra. “For Sharyn and I, connecting with our community is very important and this project demonstrates a wonderful collaboration for the greater good of the area,” said Manyung’s owner David Wemyss-Smith, of the 20 metre mural that now graces the exchange wall facing Mt Eliza Way. The vinyl wall mural by artist Ralf Kempken was installed over two days. “Ralf is a German artist who has

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been successful with other metro councils on doing major works like this and he has an exhibition with us at our Sorrento gallery in a couple of weeks’ time,” Mr Wemyss-Smith said. “He has the right style for the placement of a large mural, and has experience with this kind of large installation.” The artwork replication was printed on vinyl which was then fixed to the 20 metre wall. “Having this piece there has changed the nature of this part of the village and Telstra has been part of the project from the beginning,” Mr Wemyss-Smith said. Telstra’s area general manager Loretta Willaton said Telstra “is

delighted to encourage connection within communities”. “It [the mural] provides an improvement to the streetscape of one of Telstra’s assets, and is a wonderful way to engage with the community and showcase wonderful artwork and artists in the region. “I was absolutely thrilled at how fantastic it was. Visualising this was one thing, but seeing it come to fruition was amazing. “This is a pilot project for us. Telstra have had paintings of their exchanges in the past, but nothing like this where we have had a real life artist’s work replicated on the side of the building.” Melissa Walsh

Shire goes to ground over jetty permit Liz Bell liz@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire council is refusing to respond to concerns that a private jetty being rebuilt at Sullivan Bay, Sorrento, has contravened a planning permit requirement to build “like for like”. Residents are upset that the large, privately-owned structure blocks public access to the beach at high tide, despite it being part of a recently upgraded historical walk from Blairgowrie to Sorrento, heavily promoted by the council’s tourism department. Despite several requests from The News, and a request directly from Parks Victoria to clarify the issue for publication, the shire has refused to comment. According to the shire’s planning applications form, existing privatelyowned jetties can only be rebuilt “like for like”, which means they must adhere to the same specifications as the one that is being replaced. It is also understood that private jetties on land subdivided from larger estates can no longer be built to the high tide mark. Residents have said they believe that money is being put before the rights of residents’ to access the public beach. Trevor Robinson, who regularly swims at the beach, said it seemed like the council was “on the run” by ignoring the apparent flouting of the regulations.

Another resident, Leanne Austin, said residents were not opposed to the jetty, but were upset that the new, higher structure was “obstructive”. “There are older residents who have walked this beach for years and now they are blocked by this jetty,” she said. “It’s too high to get over, and it’s too low to walk under, like we used to be able to. It’s easy to see from the two other private jetties on the beach that this one is not being rebuilt the way it was.” Deputy mayor Bryan Payne said he had asked shire officers to investigate the issue after being contacted by residents.

Have a say MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire is calling for community input into how it can work with residents and businesses to protect the shire’s “green” and natural environment. The mayor Cr Bev Colomb said community feedback last year identified protecting and maintaining a clean environment as the number one challenge with 92 per cent of respondents to a shire survey also seeing preparing for extreme weather as important. Residents wanting to have a say can fill out a survey before 21 March and leave their comments at the Chatterbox trailer or attend an interactive workshop. Details: mornpen.vic.gov. au/cleanandgreen or call 5950 1000.

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AMARIS • Luxury beachside address directly opposite the foreshore, designed by noted architect Williams Kaye Hofer and finished to exacting standards by celebrated builder Mark Harrison of Constructive Designs • Dual level layout with two lavish living zones both opening to alfresco areas, plus designer kitchen with stone breakfast bar, Miele appliances and butlers’ pantry • Features include 6-star energy rating, commercial ducted heating/cooling throughout, soaring ceilings, clerestory windows, intercom, alarm system, camera, electronic gated entry and rainwater tanks • TERMS: 10% Deposit, Balance 90 - 150 Days

Auction Inspect Dean Phillips Marcus Gollings

This Saturday, 25th of February at 1pm Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm 0402 833 865 0422 236 990

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20 Butler Avenue

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MORALA • 980sqm (approx) allotment with south-westerly sea views and Arthurs Seat outlooks on priceless Beleura Hill elevation • Original, classic three-bedroom home providing the perfect renovation project, beachside of Nepean Highway in peaceful, tightly-held surrounds • Excellent rental return options for investors in this prestigious neighbourhood • Gas ducted heating, Coonara heating, air-con, shed facilities, double garage and offstreet parking

Auction Inspect Chelsey Gibson

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This Saturday, 25th of February at 4pm Saturday 3:30 - 4:00pm 0409 277 997

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BANGALOW • Enchanting beachside home with self-contained studio apartment set on an impressive 2226sqm (approx) landscaped allotment • Soaring cathedral ceilings, wood heater, French doors and covered BBQ deck with alfresco kitchen • Separate living areas and open-plan timber kitchen/dining with breakfast bar • Master with spa ensuite, dressing room and private balcony overlooking bushland

Auction Inspect Dean Phillips Marcus Gollings

Saturday 11th of March at 11am Saturday 4:00 - 4:30pm 0402 833 865 0422 236 990

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485 Nepean Highway

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CLYDEBANK • Majestic homestead and cottage on 5.5 (approx.) acres • 1860s colonial home in private woodland featuring wide verandah, in-ground pool, period fireplace and large ‘barn’ ideal for guests/billiards room/large home office • Built by Scottish stone mason Robert Olley with stone-topped French provincial kitchen, impressive dining conservatory, entertaining terrace and showpiece gardens • Three horse paddocks, ornamental dam, tool shed, hay shed, machinery shed, tack room, veggie patch, small orchard, citrus garden and original water well

Auction Inspect Dean Phillips Campbell Noonan

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MOUNT MARTHA

72 Kilburn Grove

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QUINTESSENTIAL • 1343sqm (approx) flat allotment provides a spacious canvas to extend the home, add a small pool and/or court (STCA) • Beautifully refurbished 1960s beach house with expansive north-facing alfresco area, living room with glowing wood heater and polished floorboards, timbertopped kitchen with s/steel appliances, plus outdoor shower and bath • Powered shed with veranda, plumbing and plastered walls could be converted into a mancave, teenage retreat or cabana overlooking fully-fenced native gardens • TERMS: 10% Deposit, Balance 60 - 120 Days

Auction Inspect Marcus Gollings Dean Phillips

Saturday 4th of March at 11am Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am 0422 236 990 0402 833 865

MORNINGTON

26 Morven Street

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NEWHAVEN • Showpiece coastal sanctuary with multiple living zones, home office and sundrenched open-plan layout spilling into front/rear alfresco zones • Exquisitely renovated to exceptional standards with hardwood chestnut floors, walls of sliding doors and gourmet chef’s kitchen with stone counters and European appliances • 1149sqm (approx) subdividable allotment (STCA) with expansive spotted-gum deck and stunning travertine terrace boasting bay glimpses • Ducted heating/cooling, electronic gated entry, video security, 10kW solar panels, under-house storage and wine cellar

Auction Inspect Chelsey Gibson

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Saturday 4th of March at 1pm Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm 0409 277 997

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03 5975 4555 03 9787 2422


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The ideal home for the discerning purchaser who wishes to escape from the daily grind and kick back and relax with greenery surrounding them. A rare opportunity to own a home with complete privacy and no body corporate. * Beachside townhouse â&#x20AC;&#x201C; separate title â&#x20AC;&#x201C; no body corporate * Character double storey home with excellent floorplan * All rooms look out to landscaped gardens giving an oasis feel * Decked outdoor entertaining * Ducted heating and reverse cycle heating/cooling

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‘Merindah’ Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

132 Gould Street, FRANKSTON By Expressions Of Interest, Closing 8th March 2017 Eview Group, 50 Mount Eliza Way, Mount Eliza, 9776 3270 Rob Ferguson 0412 789 696

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SET in the prized Long Island precinct with absolute beach frontage and a breathtaking 180-degree view of Port Phillip Bay, this grand home is one of a few beachfront properties to adjoin the foreshore via its own private access track. Bold and imaginative at the time of construction, the mid-century modernist home has remained relatively untouched over the years with the inspiring innovations shown by Smith & Tracey Architects still just as enjoyable today. With an emphasis on bright and refreshing indoor to outdoor living, wide welcoming doors open to both upper and lower entertaining areas which allow the sea breeze to flow throughout the home. Measuring about 279 square metres (30-square), the home has four upstairs bedrooms which share the main bathroom – there are two separate toilets and two separate showers downstairs, and the large galley-style kitchen comfortably caters to a spacious family area and rumpus room which is highlighted by an impressive open fire place. The home is privately set behind a high fence and secure gates, and from the street there is a double garage.

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MOUNT MARTHA 55 Grandview Terrace Birds eye view around the bay and beyond Offered for sale for the first time, this magnificent original holiday home is perched high on Mount Martha hill and offers breathtaking views over the bay and coastline stretching from Safety Beach to Sorrento as well as the sparkling water ways of Martha Cove Marina. Comprising of 3 large bedrooms, kitchen with open plan living opening to covered deck with panoramic outlook and a massive entertaining rumpus room with outdoor terrace. Watch the boating activity from your very own deck by day and enjoy the fairyland of lights by night. Fabulous renovation opportunity on a generous 1263sqm approx. allotment that will not disappoint buyers looking for those fantastic views.

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Auction Saturday 4th March at 2:00pm View: By Appointment Keith Burns 0416 079 401 keith.burns@raywhite.com Ph: 5973 2808

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MORNINGTON 25 Kooyonga Grove

Open: By Appointment

Park Vista

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Modern Beachside Luxury

A fantastic location, quiet beachside position across from a park provide an ideal setting for these new individually titled luxury homes, coupled with being an easy stroll to Flock Cafe & beach making these new homes something that should be considered. With an elevated position & combining a sense of space, light & functionality in each of these stunning modern masterpieces of approx 29 squares of living including: • 3 bedrooms plus study • High ceilings (downstairs master suite with ensuite & WIR) • Quality tiles & carpets • Stone topped kitchen with Asko appliances • 6 star energy rating • Zoned living spaces • LED downlights • Timber flooring • Balcony to the front with parkland aspect • Ducted heating & split system cooling

Open: Thurs 5pm, Fri 4pm & Sat 3pm

MORNINGTON 49 & 49a Queen Street

Space, Luxury & Water Views! – Within the Golden Triangle!

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Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Carolyn Cooley 0498 965 555

• 3 bedrooms plus study (downstairs master with ensuite & WIR) • Deluxe gloss kitchen with s/steel appliances • Stone tops to kitchen, ensuite & bathroom • 2 zoned living spaces • Timber flooring, quality tiles & carpets

MORNINGTON 14 Carnoustie Grove

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Cosmopolitan

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

John Young 0412 766 804

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• Ducted heating & split system cooling • High ceilings throughout & features a 3.2m ceiling to the rear zone living • Security system • 4000L water tanks • 6 star energy rating, LED downlights

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These new individually titled and skilfully designed beachside residences will each offer almost 33.5 squares of luxury including double garage with internal access coupled with a serene seaside location close to beach, transport, parks and shops. To be built to exacting standards and with only the highest quality fixtures & fittings throughout. • 4 large bedrooms • Floor to ceiling tiles in ensuite & bathroom (master suite with fitted robe & ensuite) • Timber flooring throughout lower level • Spacious zoned living upstairs and down • Alarm system • Deluxe gloss stone topped kitchen with Smeg • Fully paved, landscaped with exposed appliances and butler’s pantry aggregate driveway • Ducted heating, cooling & vacuum • 6 star energy rated

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• Spacious light filled living • 2 large bedrooms with BIR’s • Sunny kitchen with adjacent meals area ripe for renovating

• Backyard is a blank canvas to create your own outdoor space • Park to the rear of this small group of just 4

With beautiful hardwood floors under the current floor coverings making this sensational villa the ideal project as a weekender, first home or investment that will only go up in value based on the location!

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BITTERN 17 Vale Street Open: Wed 5-5.30pm & Sat 1-1.30pm Auction: Saturday 18th Mar at 1:30pm Come One, Come All – There is Space for All

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A fantastic location only minutes stroll from walking trails & sandy beaches, provides an ideal setting for these new individually titled luxury homes. Designed with an emphasis on space, light & functionality each stunning masterpiece will be finished to exacting standards, with all the mod cons one would expect.

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This magnificent new home enjoys a prized location just an easy stroll from Fisherman’s Beach and the restaurants, bars and boutique shops of Main Street. With over 25sq of living and alfresco, plus double garage, this superb home will be finished with the highest quality of fittings and fixtures, including: • 3 bedrooms plus study nook (downstairs master • Gas log fire to living area, ducted heating & cooling suite with fitted robe & luxury ensuite) • Second zoned living area upstairs with balcony • Vast light filled open living downstairs flowing and great close bay views seamlessly to the alfresco entertaining area • Solid timber flooring & premium carpets • Deluxe stone topped kitchen with Miele appliances A rare opportunity to acquire a property of this calibre in a most coveted position, an inspection is highly recommended!

Open: Sat 3-3.30pm

MOUNT MARTHA 11 Benjamin Street

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

• 3 large bedrooms (master with ensuite & corner spa) • Zoned living • Hostess style kitchen with stainless steel appliances John Young 0412 766 804

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Enjoy the tranquil setting of this sensational residence offering something for the whole family with a spacious 3 bedroom home with zoned living, huge outdoor entertaining area & all set on 1000m2 approx allotment with 2 street frontages & not to mention the massive 10 x 7m shed off the second street frontage!

Ben York 0477 020 090

• Expansive outdoor entertaining area • Double carport

All in a rustic setting so close to many of the delights on offer across the peninsula!

John Young 0412 766 804

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MOUNT MARTHA 11/51 Green Island Avenue Luxury Low Maintenance Lifestyle

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This pristine, vibrant, light filled villa embodies the care-free and active lifestyle all perfectly positioned close to Bentons Square, public transport, parks & also many delights that the Peninsula has on offer. With an immaculate presentation providing the opportunity to simply move in relax & enjoy. All the hard work has already been done! • 2 large bedrooms (Master with WIR) • Ducted heating and split system air conditioner • Deluxe kitchen with stone tops & Smeg appliances

• Luxurious two way bathroom with separate toilet • Large auto single garage with workshop space

Ben York 0477 020 090

Enquire today as properties of this calibre don’t last long! John Young 0412 766 804

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SOMERVILLE 15 Eliza Place Big Living on 1400m2 - Fabulous for a Family!

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Ideally positioned in a quiet court convenient to Somerville Village this extra spacious and stylish home is a rare offering and a wonderful place to create your family memories. • 3 bedrooms plus large Study/4th Bedroom • Separate 3 car garage with front and rear auto roller doors • Ducted Gas Heating and Evaporative cooling • Spacious Master Suite with walk in robe and Ensuite with corner spa • Light filled kitchen with adjacent dining area

• Large formal lounge with polished timber flooring • Huge family/rumpus room with gas log fire • Manicured lawns and gardens • Ducted Vacuum • Gas boosted solar hot water system.

Ben York 0477 020 090

Full of charm, character and space and surrounded by quality well maintained homes, properties of this calibre sell quickly– enquire today.

5975 7733

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13a Canterbury Street, MORNINGTON $950,000 plus Community Real Estate, 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza, 9708 8667 Annette McKeand, 0409 552 790

STAKE your claim to one of the most enviable beachside locations in Mornington with this fabulous townhouse, just moments from the beach and a mouth-watering array of cafes and restaurants. The lavish property is spread over two superb levels with a vibrant floor plan providing living and alfresco zones on both floors. On the upper level is an open plan zone including a vast living and dining area opening to a balcony and a sleek kitchen with granite counter tops, glass splash backs and stainless-steel Blanco appliances. The master bedroom suite has a great study, and the large walk-through robe leads to a splendid ensuite with a contemporary stone and tile finish. Also upstairs is a guest powder room. Downstairs are two more bedrooms, a third bathroom and a second living area which opens out to a private patio and the enchanting garden alfresco on the south corner that provides an fabulous alternative setting for entertaining and relaxing. This seaside oasis is all set to make your lifestyle dreams come true.

63 Exford Drive, MORNINGTON Negotiable over $560,000 Harcourts, Suite 2/1a Main Street, Mornington, 5970 8000 Kara James, 0412 939 224

PREPARE to be impressed by this splendid family home with a generous back yard, all set on a 670 square metre block, close to Main Street and reserves. This entertainers paradise has a man cave fit for a king and his entourage with plenty of room for the pool table and all the knick knacks. There is off-street parking for three vehicles under the carport and a landscaped patio along the side has a pergola. The single level home has a spacious family room with meals area which adjoins a neat kitchen with stainless-steel appliances including a five-burner gas stove. There is a separate formal lounge with new carpet and for convenience there is ducted evaporative cooling in addition to the cosy woodheater. The main bedroom has a walk-through robe to a dual entry bathroom, and two more bedrooms both have built-in robes. With family comfort firmly in mind, this surprisingly spacious home is a lot more than meets the eye.

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INVEST for NOW - INVEST for FUTURE! Lifestyle + Income offered as FREEHOLD. This iconic & very successful swim school & substantial home on 10.5 acres (approx.) currently generates $70,000+ per annum. Nestled in a green wedge and so convenient to shops, schools & beaches - B&B potential for up to 10 persons - No permit required. On Offer: * Substantial bluestone home with commanding views over Martha Cove * 3 sizable workshops with 3 phase power and separate entry * Swim Centre (freehold only) generates $70,000+per annum * Mains water + 60,000 ltr water tanks * Outdoor decking with panoramic views * Work, Rest or Play!

For Sale $2,200,000 - $2,400,000 Contact Agent For Private Inspection View Pranas Kriauza 0413 337 395 / pkriauza@hockingstuart.com.au

MORNINGTON 204 MAIN STREET

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MORNINGTON 12 Marine Avenue

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MORNINGTON 204 Main Street

T 5973 5444

HOCKINGSTUART.COM.AU

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168 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Moorooduc Auction this Saturday

Auction

A4 B3 C5

234 Coolart Road, Moorooduc Magnificent Lifestyle Property This stunning five acre (Approx.) property with a floodlit sand based arena delivers a flawless family environment set in picturesque country surroundings with a magnificent north-facing four-bedroom, two-bathroom home spilling out to an entertaining mecca staged around a 13-metre heated pool, covered lounge and cabana with heated spa. Highlights include three living areas including a billiards room with bar, dining room with bi-fold doors, superb Corian entertainer’s kitchen, surround sound, post and rail fencing with interlinked paddocks and day yards, huge multi-purpose barn with bathroom and extensive shedding within close proximity to shopping villages, schools, beaches and Peninsula Link.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 25th February 12.00pm As advertised or by appointment Ayden Nelson 0419 447 038 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103

bowmanandcompany.com.au

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168 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mount Martha Auction this Saturday

Auction

93 Dominion Road, Mount Martha Custom designed to the highest standard, this striking 18-month-old contemporary two-storey residence combines stunning appointments situated in the dress circle of Mount Martha just a short stroll from the village and beachfront. Featuring a magnificent Smeg kitchen with Butler’s pantry, media room, rumpus room, study, separate living and dining rooms linking to year-round alfresco entertaining, palatial main bedroom suite and parking for eight cars.

Auction Saturday 25th February 2.00pm Inspection Saturday 1.30 - 2.00pm Contact Alex Campbell 0432 344 394 Jake Egan 0491 129 137 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A5 B3 C2 Mount Martha Auction this Saturday

Auction

10 Caroline Court, Mount Martha Fully renovated to a superior standard of finish, this stunning three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence boasts light-saturated living spaces and seamless indoor-outdoor connections tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac close to Bentons Square and primary schools. The sumptuous interiors flaunt stylish flooring, bespoke handcrafted light fittings, sleek concrete benchtops and the latest fixtures. Expansive windows in the spacious living and dining zones and state-of-the-art kitchen ensure the meticulously landscaped gardens and designer decking interplay with the interior. Excellent appointments include a luxe main bedroom suite, single garage, a second driveway with remote gates and so much more!

Auction Saturday 25th February 3.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A3 B2 C2 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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MARKET PLACE

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Views, location, lifestyle

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24 Tarakan Street, SORRENTO contact agent for price Fletchers, 2815 Point Nepean Road, Blairgowrie Josh Callaghan, 0418 595 719

EMBRACE the Sorrento lifestyle you have been dreaming of with this grand three-bedroom home with double carport, all set on a 701 square metre block, a short walk to the bay and beach. Spread over two levels there are two master bedrooms upstairs and down that each have a walk-in robe and ensuite, a modern kitchen showcases quality stainless-steel appliances including a dishasher and stove with gas cook top, and both living zones feature handsome polished timber floors and open out to an alfresco entertaining deck. Infused with plenty of natural light and sea breezes to enhance the seaside ambience, there is a magical view from the expansive upper deck where the lights of the Peninsula shimmer and sparkle. Immaculately presented – there is no immediate maintenance required to this home at all – and tastefully appointed throughout, this home very much complements the Sorrento landscape and lifestyle with any number of cafes and boutique shops within walking distance.

33 Kinlora Drive, SOMERVILLE Negotiable over $550,000 Harcourts, 10/14 High Street, Hastings, 5970 7333 Tim Ripper, 0434 513 640

FULLY renovated, this spacious property offers a fantastic floor plan where the master bedroom and formal living room are set to the front, and a rumpus room and two more bedrooms are zoned towards the rear of the home. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite, with the remaining bedrooms both featuring built-in robes and sharing the main bathroom. All bedrooms have ceiling fans plus ducted heating and air-conditioning. There is a separate dining room, and incorporated into the central family room is a crisp galleystyle kitchen with plenty of cupboard space and stainless-steel appliances including an under-bench oven. Perfect for entertaining throughout the year is the vast undercover patio where a clever addition is the enclosed spa and home gym. The flat block is well-fenced with established hedges around the fence line creating a reassuring sense of privacy as the children get to enjoy a fantastic playground. This sensational family property is within close proximity to primary and secondary schools, shopping centres and transport.

168 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888 Mornington

Auction

73A Prince Street, Mornington Cutting-edge street presence, impressive quality and an in-demand address come together in this luxurious brand new two-storey four-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom family residence by the renowned Cahill Building Group. Offering a mix of lush timber and stone finishes, this sensational residence showcases an elite entertainer’s kitchen with butler’s pantry and two ovens, engineered Oak flooring, glamorous master suite, two fabulous living areas, study nook, central lightwell and seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining. Features a remote double garage in a brilliant location close to the Esplanade and beach, schools, trendy Dava Drive shops and cafes, and cosmopolitan Main Street.

Auction Saturday 18th March 2pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A4 B2 C2 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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COUNTRY OR COASTAL FOR SALE 39 BRENNANS ROAD, LONGFORD

$648,000

â&#x20AC;&#x153;THE CASTLEâ&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;˘ Overlooking 3rd hole of the Sale Golf course â&#x20AC;˘ Stunning wetland/ Great Dividing Range views â&#x20AC;˘ Architecturally designed, exposed beams â&#x20AC;˘ Nearly an acre of land (3480m2) â&#x20AC;˘ 5BRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s complete with ensuite â&#x20AC;˘ 3 toilets, 2 Bathrooms

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MORTGAGEE AUCTION 41 LAKELINE ROAD, GOLDEN BEACH Saturday, 11th March at 11am â&#x20AC;˘ Approx 911m2 â&#x20AC;˘ Large corner allotment â&#x20AC;˘ Two road frontages

61-63 SIXTH AVE NTH, PARADISE BEACH

MOUNTAIN VIEWS CLOSE TO THE BEACH

â&#x20AC;˘ Minutes from the 90 Mile Beach â&#x20AC;˘ Pleasant rural outlook â&#x20AC;˘ Fenced both sides

â&#x20AC;˘ Views across Lake Reeve to Great Dividing Range â&#x20AC;˘ Large block with two titles â&#x20AC;˘ Light, fresh, airy home â&#x20AC;˘ 2 bedroom / ensuite/ spa bath â&#x20AC;˘ Shed/workshop/established gardens

$245,000

75 WATTLE GROVE, LOCHSPORT

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40 WYNDHAM STREET, SRATFORD

$284,000

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www.elderssale.com.au

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NEW LISTING

Mornington 1 Sutton Street

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Ultimate Class on a Dress Circle Corner Commanding beachside corner allotment with architect designed, 3 bedroom plus study home, 1 street from the beach. Brand new, luxurious, bay glimpses, 3 levels, private elevator to all levels, secure 6-car basement garage. Walk to cafes, restaurants and Mothers Beach. King sized master suite, kitchen with butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry and Miele appliances, entertaining balcony, stunning bathrooms, 2 living areas and 2 powder rooms.

Expressions Of Interest View Saturday 11:30-12:00pm www.harcourts.com.au/26464 Lauren Wild M 0413 487 179 P 03 5970 8000 lauren.wild@harcourts.com.au Robert Lewis M 0450 209 007 P 03 5970 8000 robert.lewis@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

Mornington 2/867 Nepean Highway

SOLD $425,000

Vendor Review - Recommended by Catherine Keating 2 February 2017 HIGH QAULITY SERVICE!â&#x20AC;ŚI found Kara to be both professional and reliable. Kara has excellent communication skills and proficient in negotiation.

Kara James M 0412 939 224 P 03 5970 8000 kara.james@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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Mornington 24/1034 Nepean Highway Central Showpiece By The Pool Stunning 3 bedroom townhouse in a boutique development close to Main Street, refurbished to display home standard. Features outdoor kitchen and easy access to an on-site swimming pool. Low maintenance, 4 mins to the beach, tropical front courtyard with deck, single lock-up garage and rear courtyard. Open plan kitchen, dining and lounge, powder room, air conditioning and a loft! Master with balcony and wall of built-in robes, off-street parking for 2 cars, keyless entry, close to schools and shops.

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Mornington 1-3/46 Strachans Road

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Premium Beachside Living, Ultimate Luxury For Sale

For Sale

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

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

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ROSEBUD 21 Second Avenue

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Position, Position, Position! Situated on (approx) 400m2 and less than 350m (approx) to the beach, what more could you ask for when searching for your well deserved sea change escape? Stroll to all that Rosebud has to offer from htis three-bedroom coage with timber floorboards throughout, living dining area, easy to use kitchen and family bathroom. Do not miss out on this prime position opportunity, in need of some TLC to give her a fresh look.

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Price: $000000000 Contact: Adam King 0422 337 337

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

ROSEBUD 3/24 Woodvale Grove

ROSEBUD 5 Foam Street

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This lile coage is an easy stroll to Safeway, the main shopping strip, cafes and the beach - What a perfect location! The home consists of three bedrooms and two bathrooms – one has been renovated, there is a neat functional kitchen with hardwood timber floors, open plan living and dining and all on a 417sqm block.

Price: Negotiable over $490,000 Inspect: Sat 3.30-4.00pm & Sun 11.30-12.00pm Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307

Price: $500,000 - $550,000 Contact: Adam King 0422 337 337

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

ROSEBUD 1/93 Eastbourne Road

ROSEBUD 260 Jey Road

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A sensational opportunity to acquire a single level 2BR residence in a delightful beachside location offering convenient access to beaches and all that Rosebud has on offer. Both residences feature designer kitchens with stone bench tops and s/steel appliances, beautiful timber floors, luxury bathroom, landscaping, remote single lock up garage with extra storage room and much more. Expected completion date is circa July, 2017.

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

Price: $459,950 Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Jake Wilson 0400 991 362

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

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

DROMANA 1,2  3/3 Ligar Street

SAFETY BEACH 41 Helm Avenue

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Currently under construction these superb 1 x 4  2 x 3 bedroom townhouses will comprise open plan living kitchen areas, ensuites to master bedrooms, second family bathroom plus separate powder room, seperate living zones on both levels, double lock up garages together with top quality fixtures and fiings. Do not miss this opportunity as these will not last.

This stunning home of three bedrooms, one bathroom + ensuite in the main bedroom with spacious living area is certain to impress . Located in Safety Beach, Martha Cove is minutes from Peninsula Link, beaches and a short drive to Mt Martha Village. Features include ducted heating ,Gas cook top, stone bench tops. Book an inspection today

Price: Negotiable over $890,000 Contact: Michelle King 0404 037 336

Price: $750,000 Contact: Michelle King 0404 037 336

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

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Price: Negotiable over $499,000 Contact: Adam King 0422 337 337

This stylish designer townhouse is fully completed and ready to move into now and is sure to impress! Ideally located in a tranquil leafy street with easy access to the freeway, beach or McCrae Plaza, some of the special features include a clever 3BR floor plan with spacious living areas, a designer kitchen incorporating s/ steel appliances  stone bench tops and a large entertaining deck. Singel garage with internal access plus air-conditioning throughout  double glazed widows.

New Listing

New Listing

ROSEBUD 31 Ashenden Square

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McCRAE 1-15 - 2-4 Wale Place

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Sands Apartments, McCrae – Luxury Beachfront Development A barefoot stroll to the powder-soft sands of McCrae Beach, this luxury apartment development presenting 15 x residences with rooftop terrace presents a golden opportunity for beachlovers to buy off the plan and save on stamp duty. Just off the foreshore beside the McCrae Plaza and a leisurely stroll along the Bay Trail to restaurants, cafes and the yacht club, resort-style living is yours to enjoy from this premium location, which is ideal for weekenders, downsizers and seachangers. Beachside living at its best, Sands Apartments @ McCrae complex include semi-basement parking and rooftop entertaining, with one, two and three-bedroom (3 x 1BR, 10 x 2BR and 2 x 3BR) homes on offer. Of superior quality with high-spec finishes throughout, each apartment boasts luminous open plan living with timber floors and walls of glass capturing the coastal views, while the adjoining kitchen is superbly appointed with stone benchtops and stainless-steel Bosch appliances. With a close proximity to the Peninsula Link for easy access to Melbourne, these luxury homes include plush bedrooms with quality wool carpeting, reverse-cycle heating and airconditioning and intercom security.

FOR SALE From $534,950 Inspect: View Plans by Appointment Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Adam King 0422 337 337

1011-1013 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

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2/10 Blamey Place, MORNINGTON $1,100,000 Kevin Wright Commercial, 1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, 5977 2255 Kevin Wright, 0417 564 454

WITH frontage to Blamey Place and a large public car park opposite, this is a rare chance to purchase a freehold close to the action on Main Street. Currently leased to a high-profile real estate agency, the separately titled area measures 216 square metres with excellent office space, a reception area and a lunch room. Returning about $48,000 per annum, included in the sale are two car parks on the below ground floor.

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EXECUTORS AUCTION - FORMER COMMONWEALTH BANK BUILDING Purpose built banking chamber of approx 310m² on ground floor plus first floor staff facilities of approx 98m² in the most prominent location in town. Planning permit issued to convert existing footprint into 3 shops of approx 72m², 73m² and 66m² facing High Street with an additional 98m² shop facing Victoria Street PLUS a new shop of 118m² facing Victoria Street over existing car park. Such a sought after location does not come onto the market often in Hastings and when redeveloped these new shops will command a premium return. This is a genuine opportunity to purchase a solidly constructed building on the most prominent corner in town. NOTE: All bidding will be on a + GST basis

CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT 5979 3555

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AUCTION Wednesday 22 February at 2:00pm VIEW

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HASTINGS 63-67 HIGH STREET

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11 Railway Gve – 220sqm

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2/28 Main Street – 20sqm

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ͻZĂƌĞĨƌĞĞŚŽůĚŝŶǀĞƐƚŵĞŶƚŽƉƉŽƌƚƵŶŝƚLJ ͻ^ĞĐƵƌĞůLJ>ĞĂƐĞĚ • 3x3x3x3yrs ͻZĞŶƚĂůΨϭϵ͕ϮϬϬƉĂ;ŶĞƚͿ

ͻWƌŝŵĞ&ƌĂŶŬƐƚŽŶͲ&ůŝŶĚĞƌƐZŽĂĚĨƌŽŶƚĂŐĞĂŶĚĞdžƉŽƐƵƌĞ ͻ&ƌŽŶƚĂŶĚ^ŝĚĞWĂƌŬŝŶŐ;ƐĞĐƵƌĞůLJĨĞŶĐĞĚͿ ͻůĞĂƌͲƐƉĂŶǁĂƌĞŚŽƵƐĞŝĚĞĂůĨŽƌŵƵůƟƉůĞƵƐĞƐ;^dͿ ͻZŽůůĞƌŽŽƌĐĐĞƐƐ ͻƵŝůĚŝŶŐƌĞĂ͗ϭϴϱƐƋŵ;ĂƉƉƌŽdž͘Ϳ

ͻ^ƵƉĞƌďƐŚŽǁƌŽŽŵŽĨƐŽŵĞϱϬϬƐƋŵ;ĞdžĐů͘ŵĞnjnjͿ ͻ,ŝŐŚĐůĞĂƌĂŶĐĞǁĂƌĞŚŽƵƐŝŶŐǁŝƚŚŚŝŐŚͲďĂLJůŝŐŚƟŶŐ • 3 Phase power ͻtŽƌŬƐŚŽƉͬƐƚĂīƌŽŽŵ ͻDĂŝŶZŽĂĚůŽĐĂƟŽŶǁŝƚŚŐƌĞĂƚĂĐĐĞƐƐ

^ĂůĞWƌŝĐĞ͗ŽŶƚĂĐƚŐĞŶƚ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗<ĞǀŝŶtƌŝŐŚƚϬϰϭϳϱϲϱϰϱϰ

&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ

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1/13 Latham Street - 250sqm

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1&6/27 Progress St – 40sqm

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6/55 Simcock St, Somerville – 200sq

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Suite 2, Level 3/28 Main Street -14sqm

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5/11 Blake Street - 80sqm

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ͻϲƌŽŽŵƐͬŬŝƚĐŚĞŶͬƌĞĐĞƉƟŽŶͬƚŽŝůĞƚƐͬĂŝƌͲĐŽŶĚŝƟŽŶŝŶŐ • Wheel chair access • 12 car spaces ͻĂƚĂĐĂďůŝŶŐƚŽĞĂĐŚƐƵŝƚĞ • Long lease available

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ͻĂĐŚďƵŝůĚŝŶŐĂƌĞĂϯϰϱƐƋŵ;ĂƉƉƌŽdž͘ͿŝŶĐ͘ŽĸĐĞƐƉĂĐĞ ͻ,ŝŐŚĐůĞĂƌĂŶĐĞ͕ĐůĞĂƌͲƐƉĂŶǁĂƌĞŚŽƵƐĞ • 3 phase power ͻŽŶƚĂŝŶĞƌŚĞŝŐŚƚZ^ ͻŵƉůĞƌŽŽŵĨŽƌůŽĂĚŝŶŐďĂLJĂŶĚƉĂƌŬŝŶŐ

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^ĂůĞWƌŝĐĞ͗ΨϱϱϬ͕ϬϬϬ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗<ĞǀŝŶtƌŝŐŚƚϬϰϭϳϱϲϱϰϱϰ

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1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, Victoria 3931

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

New laws prohibit wartime amusement Compiled by Cameron McCullough FURTHER action has been taken under the war precautions regulations to limit expenditure on places of amusement. A new regulation, dated 14th February, which comes into operation forthwith, provides that no person, firm, company, society, club or association shall, without the written consent of the Treasurer, erect any building or structure for amusement purposes; make any structural alterations in or to a building used, or intended to be used, for amusement purposes; or expend money for the purpose of establishing an amusement business at or in any building or structure which is not at the commencement of the new regulation used primarily for amusement purposes. “Amusement” is defined under the regulation as any exhibition, performance, amusement, game or sport for admission to which payment is or is intended to be made. Hitherto such restrictions as are set out above have been confined to companies or firms. They now, however, apply to all individuals. *** LANCE-CORPORAL Harold Dial, after being a long time at the front has been invalided home, and he arrived at Frankston on Thursday evening, where he received a warm welcome from a number of his friends. *** WE have received a further budget of letters referring to who should and who should not be on the “Wattle” Club committee. As no good can be done by prolonging the discussion we decline to publish

anything further on the subject. *** AS the result of a drunken carousal amongst a number of tramps the Frankston police arrested two men and a woman on the 14th inst. The woman, who gave the name of Ruby Hewson but is also known to the police as Ruby Moore, was charged with (1) stealing from one William Tabb (better known locally as ‘Bullocky Bill’) a leather purse containing £1 10s ; (2) with using indecent language and (3) with having no lawful means of support. The men were charged with drunkenness, offensive language, and vagrancy. The “lady” was brought before Capt. Sherlock, J,P., the same evening, and remanded till the 19th inst. She was then conveyed to Melbourne Gaol. On the following morning Wm Ford appeared before Mr Oates, J.P., charged with drunkenness and offensive language. He pleaded guilty. On the first charge Ford was fined 2s 6d or three hours, and for the “language” he was compelled reluctanaly to contribute 15s to the revenue. The second man. Edward Stewart, was charged with vagrancy. Constable Ryan stated that since the man’s arrest it had been found that he had absconded from the Benevolent Asylum, and he suggested that the prisoner be discharged on condition that he returned to the a institution. Mr Oates discharged Stewart on this condition. *** LETTER from the Front. The following

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had to shift off again next morning, and that same night we had to sleep on ground that had been taken. We had to move off again the next day, and after resting for a few hours, shifted up in the first line. That was the roadway. The first order we got was to dig ourselves in. No sooner had we started than the Germans started shelling us. All the night it was Just like h—. Anyway we stuck to our work and nearly got it finished, when we got the order to prepare to attack. We went over the top about nine o’clock, and had over a thousand yards to go to get to our objective. All the while we were going over the Germans were firing at us from the right and left flanks and the front with rifle, machine gun and gun fire. So you can guess we had it pretty hot. We were only 20 yards from the Germans barbed wire when I was wounded. I got hit about half past nine, and got it in the right thigh. This was on 15th July. It took me about six or seven hours to get in, but after I got back I was all for blighty. From the time I was wounded to the time I was discharged from hospital (October 31st) was three months and a half . I should have been discharged before, only I had an abscess form in the wound and had to have an operation on it, and I am now going on quite well. Well, having told you of what I have been through since I left Australia, I will close wishing your paper every succes. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 24 February, 1917

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Doggies in control PROVINCIAL By IT Gully MORNINGTON has the upper hand in its crucial match against Langwarrin after the opening day of Round 10 in MPCA Provincial cricket. Coming into the match in fourth place on the ladder and 12 points behind the Kangas, the Doggies need to win to ensure it is in the best possible position going into the final match of the season, a one-dayer. Mt Eliza is breathing down the neck of the Dogs, just eight points behind in fifth place. The Mounties are locked in a tough struggle against Sorrento and were 4/174 before rain stopped play after 68 overs. The Dogs hit 210 in 70 overs

against the Kangas, Brad McDonald the chief run getter with 73. Langwarrin shared the wickets around with Jake Prosser the best of them with 3/38, while Mal Coutts and Matt Prosser claimed a couple of wickets each. The home side has got away to a shocking start in reply, reeling at 2/10 with Simon McEvoy again back in the sheds early and Aaron Edwards out for two. Leigh Lambert has both wickets for the Dogs. Mt Eliza will be hoping for some more runs when it bats for another 12 overs this week against Sorrento. The Mounties will resume in a strong position and will be looking for another 60-70 runs to set the Sharks a tough total.

Keith Biggs is still at the crease on 40 while Damien Kent and Tim Strickland both hit 35. Sorrento skipper Bobby Wilson has 2/46 from his 22 overs. Baxter has one wicket in hand with four overs to bat after play was stopped in their top of the table clash with Peninsula Old Boys. Baxter will resume at 9/194 after a couple of run outs cost the home team. Jon Forrest was again the pick of the bowlers for the Old Boys with 2/27 while Tom Feldgen also claimed a couple of wickets. Pearcedale are just 33 runs away from a victory against Somerville with nine wickets in hand. The Eagles batted first and Leigh

Lowry top scored with 30, while Sean parker opened with 26. Shayne Gillings was again at his very best with the ball, ripping through the Eagles to finish with 6/46 from 19 overs, while Nick Pettitt helped himself to 2/20. In reply, Chris Dew is unbeaten on 56 while Brad Trotter was the man out for 22. Long Island has set Moorooduc 165 for victory thanks to a wagging tail of Andrew Tweddle (38) and Stuart Swift (36). At one stage the Islanders were 6/65. Reece Cordeux had an outstanding day with the ball, picking up 4/24 from 18 overs, while Ben Marsh chimed in with a couple. In reply, the Ducs are 1/22.

Crib Point are again in some strife with the bat after the bowlers did the good work with the ball against Pines. The Pies are 3/24 in reply to Pines total of 136. Rhys Chalkley was the best of the bats for Pines with 52, while Pat Jackson ensured the score got over 100 with 19 runs of his own. Matty Blake did the damage with the ball for the Pies, picking up 5/22 from 13.2 overs, while Glenn Barclay and Brad Davidson got a couple of wickets each. Duane Annable and Luke Herrington are the not out batsmen after the Pies lost the three wickets in the final 12 overs of play.

McQueen causes headache for Reds DISTRICT By IT Gully MT MARTHA has some enormous work to do to maintain its position in the top four after the first day of play in MPCA District cricket. In the final two-day game of the season against Seaford, the Reds will be chasing 277 for victory after Seaford had a day out with the bat on day one of the match. The Redsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; chances of claiming victory have been made that much harder by the fact that Alex Mason is already back in the sheds after the visitors faced the final 13 overs of the day. A massive 154 from Ryan McQueen was the key to the big total for Seaford, while Faisal Payenda opened with 26 and Luke McGennisken hit 32 at the end. Curtis Stone was the pick of the bowlers for the Reds, taking 5/61 from 18 overs, while Kyle bendle and Brett Wilkinson picked up a couple of wickets each. Mt Martha, who will resume on 1/10, are currently on 74 points and in fourth position on the District ladder. Heatherhill (third) and Main Ridge (second) are also on 74 points, while Delacombe Park (66 points), Rosebud (66 points) and Baden Powell (62 points) are outside the top bracket but ready to pounce. Delacombe Park is in the box seat to pick up a win and remain in the finals hunt after holding Red Hill to 9/180. Rain stopped play after 77 overs. Matthew Merifield top scored for the Hillmen with 46, Carl Robinson hit 45, Simon Dart was out for 30 and Nick Esipoff hit a very handy unbeaten 27. He and Jimmy McCall will be hoping for another 20-plus runs in the final three overs this week. Andrew Stapleton was again the pick of the Delacombe Park bowlers with 4/69 from 29 overs, while Andrew Mock and Lachy Klauer were both run out. Baden Powell are in a strong position to keep up the challenge for a top four place after bowling out Flinders for 107. Skipper Rhys Elmi was superb for

The Main game: Main Ridge have already beaten Heatherhill after bowling them out for 96. Picture: Rab Siddhi

the Braves with 3/15 off 22 overs, while Taylor Harrison claimed 3/32 from 17 overs. Ryan Barnett picked up 2/13 from three overs. In reply, the Braves are 1/11. Main Ridge have already beaten Heatherhill. The Hills batted first and were rolled for 96 with Sam Lyons taking

4/44. Matt Meagher top scored with 26. While the Ridge didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t fare much better with the bat, they are still in front at 7/121. Shaun Foster top scored with 35 while Luke Collins (17) and Ed Aarons (19) are the not out batsmen. Rosebud has plenty of work to

do in its match against Rye, despite bowling out the Demons for 94. Tom Baron top scored for the Demons with 22 while Billy Quigley (4/23) and Jason Nagel (4/16) did the damage with the ball. In reply, the Buds are 3/23 with Matt Maher, Brian Doughty and Quigley all back in the sheds.

Seaford Tigers have set Boneo a tough task in their match after Ash Mills hit 109 to help his side to 9/265. Jon Plakourakis was also more than solid with 63. Boneo skipper Leigh Janssen was the pick of the bowlers with 4/60 from 23 overs.

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Blues’ brothers on fire SUB-DISTRICT

By IT Gully HASTINGS are sure to finish on top of the MPCA Sub Distrct ladder after smashing 9/318 against second place Ballam Park on Saturday. The Blues’ brothers Luke and Jake Hewitt dominated, Luke falling short of triple figures by just one run after running out of overs. Luke finished on 99 after 80 overs while younger brother Jake hit eight

fours in his total of 64. Rob Hearn contributed 45 and Ash Cole hit 48 to help the Blues well over 300. Knights’ skipper Stuart Plunkett bowled 40 overs for a return of 2/121, while David Cross bowled 25 overs for a return of 1/102. Zac Clements snared 2/22 from seven overs. Plunkett and Cross will need to do it all with the bat this week again if the Knights are any chance of winning. YCW is in the box seat to end Car-

rum’s run at the finals. The Stonecats, in third place on the ladder on 66 points while the Lions are one of three teams on 54 points, rolled the visitors for 132 on Saturday. Skipper Andrew Kitson led from the front with 4/33 from 19 overs while Jack Butland snared 3/47 from 19 overs. Brett Moulton top scored for the Lions with 42. Tootgarook has also halted Carrum Downs’ run at the finals after

Matt Whelan smacked a huge 155 to help his side to 7/326. The evergreen Jason Lane also wound back the clock and scored 70 to help the Frogs to the massive total. The Cougars are one of three teams on 42 points and a game outside fourth. They won’t get 327 to keep their season alive. Tyabb are in a strong position to hold its fourth place after rolling Balnarring for 147. Nathan Hudgson was superb for

the Yabbies with the ball, taking 5/61 from 20 overs, while Joel Wylie and Brad Fly picked up two wickets each. Tyabb are 2/59 in reply. Dromana are just 17 runs away from victory with six wickets in hand against Skye. The Hoppers bowled out Skye for 109 and then replied with 4/92 before stumps. Craig Dunlop was on fire for the Hoppers, taking 6/33 from 18 overs.

Southern sets sights on international coup SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie SOUTHERN United is hoping to sign an international midfielder as it prepares to kick-off the 2017 NPL women’s season. The consortium club’s negotiations with the player are advanced but Southern has been careful to ensure that every new signing is a good fit for the inclusive culture the fledgling club is trying to nurture. It’s believed that the player has made over 100 appearances for her country but recently was granted permanent residency in Australia and is currently interstate. Southern’s sole visa player is Florida native Courtney Hueston, a midfielder who has played with the Miami Hurricanes and recently graduated from Florida Institute of Technology playing her senior football with the FIT Panthers. Candela Ferreyra Bas is captain of the seniors and Hueston is vicecaptain. Southern is in the unique position of having co-coaches for the senior squad. Bill Mihaloudis has coached at Heidelberg United and South Melbourne while Rob Giabardo has coached in the US and been involved with Beaumaris, Dandenong Thunder and Oakleigh Cannons. “Our first year was a tough, turbulent year and we’ve had to rebuild the squad but one thing’s for sure, we know we will be very competitive and we’d like to think we can give the league a shake this year,” said Mihaloudis. “We are very careful about the players we sign because we want the right players here who can also work with the juniors and we have started a mentoring program which we will expand in coming weeks,” said Giabardo. Mark Cassar is Southern’s technical director, Phil Weiss (ex-Seaford United and Casey Comets) is goalkeeping coach, George Perpina is under-18s coach, Aaron Myatt is under-15s coach while former Matilda Debbie Nichols (head coach) and Emma Bracken (assistant) are again in charge of the under-13s. Two newcomers to Myatt’s under-15 squad best exemplify the commitment and dedication the club talks about when the topic of club culture arises. Midfielder Monique Lapenta from Traralgon City and striker Lily Aitken from Traralgon Olympians face a four-hour round trip but have not missed a training session since last October. Here are the club’s 2017 squads with the previous club of new players in brackets: Under 13s:

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Captain Candy: Candela Ferreyra Bas has been named captain of Southern United’s senior team.

GOALKEEPER: Cadence Vakacavu (Peninsula Strikers). DEFENDERS: Tara Bobrowski (Langwarrin), Ezel Duyar, Taylah Hennekam, Emily Ryan, Brianna Watson (Langwarrin). MIDFIELDERS: Rhianna Cousens, Sage Kirby, Candice Kilderry (Casey Panthers SC), Billie Mudita (Traralgon City), Holly Wakker (Langwarrin), Danica Vukcevic (Peninsula Strikers), Shauna Mitchell (Langwarrin), Montana Phillips (Box Hill United). FORWARDS: Alessandra Davis, Rhys McKenna, Talia Palmer, Alex Jones. Under 15s: GOALKEEPER: Rianna Tann (Sandringham). DEFENDERS: Tanysha Hogan, Ellis Kadir (Hampton Park United), Sarah Tebbutt (Bayside

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Argonauts), Sarah Wilson (Casey Comets), Briana Dias (Sandringham). MIDFIELDERS: Charlotte Chard, Monique Lapenta (Traralgon City), Anastassia Pusca (Bayside United), Jasmine Ristevski (Peninsula Strikers), Sydney James (Alamein FC). FORWARDS: Mia Sunkel-Lozell (Peninsula Strikers), Stephanie Theoclitou, Lily Aitken (Traralgon Olympians), Phoebe Tann (Sandringham). Under 18s: GOALKEEPERS: Amelie Delord, Celia Kelsall. DEFENDERS: Milla Jowett, Shakira Samuel, Hailey Hindhaugh (Bayside United), Amanda Chhouk (Mornington). MIDFIELDERS: Katy Blias, Jacinda Anastasopoulos, Sophie Ambor (Alamein FC), Dilara Coskun, Anthea Kaladis (East

Bentleigh). FORWARDS: Savanna Anastasopoulos, Zoe Cooper (Traralgon City), Isobel Hall (Peninsula Strikers), Kallista Tzelios (Seaford United). TRAIN ON: Isabella DiNicolantonio (Mornington). Seniors: GOALKEEPERS: Freya Crocker, Christine Fonua (Heidelberg United). DEFENDERS: Natasha Dakic, Tayla Evans (Strathdale), Lisa Fonua (Heidelberg United), Monica Fonua (Heidelberg United), Demi Mihaloudis (Heidelberg United), Samantha Sheldon (South Melbourne). MIDFIELDERS: Candela Ferreyra Bas, Courtney Hueston (Florida Institute of Technology Panthers, US), Anouk Meereboer, Casey Aarons (Alamein FC), Caibiran Deas (Sandringham). FORWARDS:

Elisabeth Robers (Bayside United), Rebecca Saber, Jess Beddows, Rachel Stirton (Langwarrin). Southern United kicks off the 2017 league season by hosting Alamein at Lawton Park this Saturday 25 February. The under 13s start at 10am, under 15s at 11.30am, under 18s at 1pm and seniors at 3pm. Meanwhile the local season kicked off in earnest on Saturday with FFV newcomer Somerville Eagles competing in its first ever official match, an FFA Cup tie against Mitchell Rangers at Monterey Reserve. Somerville marked the historic event with an entertaining 5-2 win highlighted by three stunning goals – superb volleys from Bjorn Kutschera and Matt Swanson in the first half and a breathtaking free kick in the second half from Damien Finnegan. State 2 South East outfit Peninsula Strikers boosted its title aspirations last week by signing Aziz Bayeh from Doveton to lead the frontline. “His impact on the playing group at training last Thursday was immediate and you could see the energy levels rise,” said head coach Craig Lewis. “This solidifies our ambitions and we were very aggressive in pursuing Aziz who initially decided to stay at Doveton.” Bayeh scored twice in Saturday’s 3-3 friendly against Beaumaris but failed to convert a second half penalty. State 1 juggernaut Mornington has been buoyed by news that an application to have the main pitch at Dallas Brooks Park fully floodlit has been approved. Mornington Shire Council and the state government will pitch in $70,000 and the club will foot the remaining $25,000 for the project which will start on 1 October this year. Frankston Pines is expected to sign striker Munib Mohamed from Swinburne and Saj Sugrim, a left-sided player from Morwell Pegasus. The club is poised to announce the capture of four more Mauritian imports in the next fortnight. Here are the results of some recent friendlies: Seaford Utd 5 Riversdale 3, Frankston Pines 2 Harrisfield Hurricanes 1, Langwarrin 3 Skye Utd 3, Peninsula Strikers 3 Beaumaris 3, Rosebud Heart 2 Elwood 4, Casey Comets 2 Eltham 3. On Thursday 23 February Peninsula Strikers take on Mornington at Centenary Park at 6.30pm, on Saturday 25 February Casey Comets plays Mazenod at Comets Stadium at 1pm and 3pm and on Sunday 26 February Langwarrin hosts Whittlesea Utd at Lawton Park at 1pm and 3pm. The draw for next weekend’s FFA Cup matches will be made today (Monday).


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Young apprentice in recovery after race fall By Ben Triandafillou MORNINGTON apprentice jockey, Jack Martin, will be out for several weeks after a race fall at Ballarat on Tuesday the 7th February, after recently being promoted to an “A Grade Licensed Apprentice Jockey” allowing him to ride throughout the Autumn Racing Carnival. Jack Martin was cleared of any serious injuries after being dislodged off the Shane Nichols- trained Ocean Magic in the opening race at Ballarat. The filly was able to quickly recover

to follow the rest of the field home, while medical staff rushed to Martin’s aid. Complaining of a sore shoulder and ankle, Jack Martin had several scans at the Ballarat Base Hospital before being cleared of any structural breaks, however did suffer some soft-tissue damage. The 21-year-old was released from hospital on Thursday the 9th February and it is expected to be a four to six week recovery period. The incident follows a successful

week for Martin, winning his first Caulfield metro race aboard the Kym Hann-trained Glenrowan Prince in the $60,000 John Moule Handicap (1100m) on Saturday 4th February. This was a small milestone for Martin as it provides him with a victory at every metropolitan race-track in Victoria. The win also provided trainer Kym Hann with his first city winner, a memorable moment that will be sure to last a lifetime. Recently young Jack Martin was

upgraded from a “B Grade Apprentice Jockey” to an “A Grade Apprentice Jockey” allowing him to ride in Saturday race meetings over the Autumn Carnival and if given the opportunity also Group races. The decision was made by the Racing Victoria stewards and is generally based around the apprentice jockey’s recent performance and consistency at race meetings. Under his master Pat Carey, Jack Martin has gained an abundance of knowledge and experience and

successfully graduated from Racing Victoria’s Apprentice Jockey Training Program in 2015. Jack Martin is currently fifth in the Victorian Apprentice Jockey Premiership standings with 24 winners and holding a strike rate of 7.8 per cent. Martin sustained a shoulder tear in the race fall but is recovering very well and feeling a bit better each day according to the Victorian Jockeys’ Association representative, Matthew Hyland.

Mornington trainer salutes in Stakes race By Ben Triandafillou MORNINGTON trainer, Michael Mehegan, earned his first stakes winner last Saturday the 11th February, with his very first runner in a black-type race. Mehegan decided to pass up on heading to Tasmania and instead took his four year old mare, Prussian Vixen (pictured), to Caulfield to target the Group Three Bellmaine Stakes. Just back from suspension, Mornington jockey, Jake Noonan, guided the mare to victory in an all-the-way win holding off the fast-finishing Silent Sedition ($3 Favourite) with Ameristralia ($5.50) tailing close behind in third. “She had previously won at Caulfield, 2 starts back, in a nice race so I knew she would be competitive at black type level and if she put her best foot forward she would be very hard to beat, particularly under the weight conditions,” said Michael Mehegan. “It was very satisfying to win our first Group race with our first Group starter, especially with a horse that we bred and owned. Surprisingly I was nowhere near as nervous as I thought I would be as I believed her best would be good enough to win, particularly under the set weight and penalty conditions, as she always tries her heart out.” Noonan had to do it tough dropping to the 55kgs when returning from suspension but with a brilliant ride and a sharp response from Prussian Vixen, it was all worth it as the classy mare held on to salute by a half-head. “Thank goodness it was worth it,” said Noonan. “Michael promised me a 24th birthday present and he rewarded me here.” “[Dropping to] 55 after a suspension, first day after, is always testing but it’s always worthwhile when you’re get-

ting on good classy mares like her.” “She’s in terrific form and every time you raise the bar on her she always steps up.” “Good on Michael, she’s earnt over 200k in prize money and its good for him to get a bit of black-type with her.” This is a major stepping stone for Mehegan as he returns after an extraordinarily difficult past few years. Making a complete recovery in 2012 after being incapacitated for a lengthy

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Crystal Dreamer. “She didn’t come up in the Spring, she had a few soft tissue issues that were preventing her from racing at her best. We thought it best to give her a decent spell and it seems to have paid off as she is in great form,” said Michael Mehegan. Absolutely flying this prep, Prussian Vixen has placed in her last three starts including an impressive victory in the Mary Lewis Handicap (1100m) at Caulfield last month defeating the

talented Darren Weir- trained, Lyuba. Prussian Vixen is more than likely going to head towards the Hareeba Stakes (1200m) at her home track of Mornington on the 25th March (Mornington Cup Day) according to trainer Michael Mehegan. Mehegan is currently in a rebuilding phase with his small stables at the Mornington Racecourse and is hoping Prussian Vixens tough win is a stepping stone for the year ahead.

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Mornington News 21 February 2017

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