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Hooray for Hunt: Supporters of re-elected Flinders MP Greg Hunt, including his wife Paula, show their joy with his many happy returns to the seat of Flinders. Picture: Yanni

Hunt’s safe return in Flinders Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au LIBERAL Greg Hunt easily retained his seat of Flinders in Saturday’s federal election. Mr Hunt’s seventh win in a row helped the Scott Morrison-led Liberal National Coalition regain government for a third term. A senior cabinet minister in the

previous government, Mr Hunt is expected to retain his position as health minister. In the nine-candidate contest for Flinders, Mr Hunt, by late Monday morning, had received more than 46 per cent of primary votes, well ahead of his nearest rival, Labor’s Josh Sinclair, who was sitting on 25 per cent. Coming third in the vote was now independent former Liberal MP for Chisholm, Julia Banks, with 14.55 per

cent, followed by the Greens’ Nathan Lesslie, 6.48 per cent; Christine McShane, United Australia Party, 2.36 per cent; James Persson, Animal Justice party, 2.23 per cent. Two former Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors, Reade Smith, Sustainable Australia, and Susie Beveridge, independent, and independent Harry Dreger all received less than one per cent of votes. In neighbouring Dunkley, Labor’s Peta Murphy won the seat from Lib-

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is an endeavour never taken lightly and they should be immensely proud of their achievements," he said. During the early counting on Saturday night, with a “roomful of optimistic people” behind him, Mr Hunt told Channel 9 he was “very optimistic”, but shied away from claiming victory. Within hours there were no doubts and his Labor opponent Josh Sinclair was congratulating him on his win. Continued Page 3

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Hunt’s seventh poll victory in a row Continued from Page 1 In an email that arrived at 2.39am Sunday, Mr Sinclair said he had called to congratulate Mr Hunt “a few moments ago”. Mr Sinclair said he had “gotten to know Greg and his staff and volunteers quite well recently and I wish them nothing but success for the next three years”. “Everyone who works in government or politics puts their heart into bettering our community and his office is no exception,” he said. Mr Sinclair said the four per cent swing to Labor in Flinders “is the closest outcome this seat has seen since 1983”. Mr Hunt was dogged throughout the five-week election campaign by leftist activist group Get Up, which took out advertisements reminders voters of his involvement in the attempted leadership coup by Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton. The failed leadership bid led to Scott Morrison being elected prime minister. Both Mr Dutton and Mr Hunt retained their portfolios and senior cabinet positions. A voters’ poll taken on behalf of GetUp by Lonergan accurately predicted Mr Hunt would retain Flinders, albeit with a reduced margin. The same certainty of Mr Hunt’s retention of Flinders was held by Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr David Gill who, as well as issuing a statement of congratulations on Sunday, said the

shire was hopeful that commitments and promises made during the election campaign would be kept. “Commitments and promises will now be followed up by council in order to help gain the best practical outcomes for the Mornington Peninsula municipality’s community,” Cr Gill stated. He said there had been “a welcome emphasis” on the peninsula’s needs during the election. Expectations were “high” that noticeable improvements would be seen in traffic safety, public transport, patient care, youth services, schools, “drought proofing” the peninsula, bike paths, environmental causes and for “the various community groups promised funding”. Mr Hunt told The News that there was “a wonderful list of projects and commitments to deliver for the peninsula … including a national centre for coasts and climate at Point Nepean, new cancer services at Rosebud and Mornington, improvements to local roads like Jetty Road, Rosebud and working with the community to oppose AGL in Crib Point.” Election commitments made by Mr Hunt include money for the Rye basketball courts; RM Hooper Pavilion; Point Leo SLSC; Somerville Bike Track; Barber Reserve; Western Port Biosphere; Hinterland Environmental Water Scheme business case; pedestrian upgrades in Balnarring; and Mt Martha North Beach.

LABOR’S Josh Sinclair, centre, was joined by family and friends as the vote count continued on Saturday night. His loss to sitting MP Greg Hunt was the second time Mr Sinclair has failed to unseat the long time incumbent. Picture: Yanni

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Roosting birds leave their mark Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au BIRD droppings on the footpath under Main Street, Mornington’s trees is a daily problem for shoppers and traders – one which won’t fly away anytime soon. Despite regular cleaning by the Mornington Peninsula Shire and traders, the nightly roosting of starlings and Indian minahs and their telltale souvenirs can make window shopping dangerous for pedestrians. “I’ve seen two people slip over,” Grand Hotel general manager Cameron Price said. About 18 months ago he installed $4000 spotlights under trees outside the hotel’s sportsman’s bar area to deter the birds. “As soon as someone breaks a hip something will be done about it,” he said. Mr Price said the area outside the hotel’s nightclub area was “coated every morning” but admitted not knowing “what the solution is”. Mornington Chamber of Commerce’s Alex Levy said the chamber was not blaming anyone for not cleaning up the mess, which occurred on both sides of the street. “I’m not sure who is meant to clean it up, but we seem to have this conversation every year – and it affects the Wednesday market days as well,” she said. “Traders sweep up the mess outside their shops, but why should they have to clean out to two metres? It’s disgusting.” Chamber committee member Jamie Stuart said the droppings were an “ongoing battle”. “We are concerned because sections of the street become tripping hazards,” he said. “After heavy rain the droppings sit in stagnant water and may become a health issue.” Mr Stuart said the chamber had no issue with the council and would assist with feedback on the best ways to tackle the problem. Meanwhile, the birds do what comes naturally.

Chorale performs MORNINGTON Peninsula Chorale will perform at the Peninsula Community Theatre, 91 Wilson Road, Mornington, 7.30pm, Saturday 25 May, and 2.30pm, Sunday 2 June. The chorale recently sang at Carnegie Hall, New York, and from there travelled to perform at Wellington, New Zealand. Last year they performed The Armed Man in Berlin with the UNESCO World Orchestra for Peace, along with choirs from 27 countries. Book through trybooking.com/ book/event?eid=487484&

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Pooped: Jamie Stuart, Cameron Price and Alex Levy survey the birds’ nightly mess in Main Street. Picture: Yanni

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MEMBERS of the community are being invited to provide feedback on plans to replace the old public toilet block at Buckley’s Rest, Safety Beach. The mayor Cr David Gill said the block had “reached the end of its useful life and will be upgraded to provide an improved, modern design to service our community for many years to come”. Plans are available to view and provide feedback online until Friday 31 May at mornpen.vic.gov.au/ haveyoursay Forms will be available in hard copy at the shire’s offices at Rosebud, Mornington, Hastings and Somerville. Email submissions to: haveyoursay@mornpen.vic.gov.au with the subject line Safety Beach Public Amenity or post to: Attention: Michael Scully, Infrastructure Planner – Facilities, Safety Beach Public Amenity Have Your Say Mornington Peninsula Shire, Private Bag 1000.

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Recycling is back! Mornington Peninsula’s kerbside recycling is being processed again, which is great news for residents and the environment alike! It also means it’s time to make sure you recycle right. We need everyone to do their bit in ensuring the correct items are placed in all kerbside and public recycling bins. If you’re not sure what can go in your recycling bin, visit: mornpen.vic.gov.au/recycling

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Our recent annual waste forum, featuring special guest Craig Reucassel from the ABC’s War on Waste, showcased our community’s passion and will to see a more sustainable waste future for the Peninsula. Council will continue to advocate for industry change, and residents can share their thoughts on our future Waste Strategy at: mornpen.vic.gov.au/ourwastefuture

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Be involved Have your say online or in person at any Shire office. mornpen.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay Best Bites local awards nominations open Does your business have the best bite? Best Bites is a local award program that recognises the most outstanding local food businesses in the areas of food safety, healthy eating, sustainability, reduction of tobacco/alcohol and access for all. Applications close Monday 22 July. Entry is free. mornpen.vic.gov.au/bestbites 2020 Kindergarten registrations open Registrations are now open and close Sunday 30 June 2019. Kindergarten improves children’s health and wellbeing, helps develop strong social skills and encourages a love of learning. For more information or to register, visit mornpen.vic.gov.au/Kindergarten

Around the Peninsula Youth hub call-out

Seawinds: Crs Simon Brooks, Antonella Celi, Frank Martin

Earlier this year we announced that the Shire received funding for a new youth hub for the Southern Peninsula. Council wants to hear from our local young people on what locationbased features will help make it a place they will want to visit and feel welcome. We need people aged 10 to 25 years old to complete a survey online at mornpen.vic.gov.au/youthhubsurvey Closes 17 June.

Active Recreation Hub for Somerville – community consultation Council is inviting the local community to share their thoughts and ideas on the elements they would like to see at Somerville’s new Active Recreation Hub to be built at Fruit Growers Reserve. Plans for the site could include BMX, scooter, bike and skate components as well as recreational features such as a multi-use court, parkour equipment and trampolines. Closes 5pm Monday 3 June. mornpen.vic.gov.au/haveyoursay Meet the Mayor and CEO Mayor David Gill and Shire CEO John Baker are inviting residents to meet with them and discuss issues and ideas that affect their local community. Residents can apply to attend a 25-minute meeting and can request to bring guests. Alternatively, residents can attend a new Q&A session with the CEO and Mayor at Community Council meetings between 5-6pm. mornpen.vic.gov.au/meetthemayor

Local community scores Briars: Crs Rosie Clark, Bev Colomb, Sam Hearn

Mount Martha’s Citation Recreation Reserve is now home to a new, state-of-the-art sporting pavilion. Designed to meet the needs of local sporting and community groups, it includes a modern social room, multi-purpose change rooms and new toilet and shower facilities. Also, have your say on local issues at the Briars Ward meeting, Mornington Chambers, 5pm Thursday 18 July. RSVP councillor.support@mornpen.vic.gov.au

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Watson: Cr Julie Morris

We were delighted over Easter to have the Premier open the new $7.4 million rebuild of the Portsea Surf Life Saving Club. Funding from the club and community together with the state government and $1m from the Shire will ensure many years of contribution by the club to the community. On other coastal matters - the state government’s pre-election commitment to take responsibility for boat ramps will provide for the transition of Shire assets and resources to the state.

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The Oliver’s Creek Bushland Reserve is a beautiful natural treasure in Tyabb that I’d encourage all local residents to visit. To show the reserve some extra love and attention we are forming a Friends Group to help look after it. If you’re keen to help out or would like to learn more, please contact: hannah.brown@ mornpen.vic.gov.au 5950 1356

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Cerberus: Cr Kate Roper

Do we want the Mornington Peninsula to be a koala sanctuary or desert? Scientific evidence says that koalas may be gone by 2050 yet Victoria is the only state without a koala management plan. We don’t even need permits to cut down their trees in backyards across the Peninsula. Governments are ignoring koalas so I am looking for community answers to our Koala Crisis.

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Works are due to start soon on a new Changing Places Cubicle and public toilets in King St. Hastings. The facility will include an all-accessible toilet to meet the needs of people with disabilities, plus two standard cubicles and four standard ambulant cubicles. Also, a reminder to support our local markets over winter at Crib Point the second Saturday of each month and Bittern every Sunday.

Community grant writing workshops Mornington Peninsula Shire’s community grant applications open early July. Community groups and not-for-profit organisations are invited to attend a hands-on Effective Grant Writing workshop. Places are limited to 18 participants per workshop. RSVP by Thursday 6 June: mornpen.vic.gov.au/grants wayne.lovie@mornpen.vic.gov.au The Shire is also holding three community information sessions offering information and guidance on how to apply. To RSVP: community.grants@mornpen.vic.gov.au 5950 1425 mornpen.vic.gov.au/grants TAC funding for road safety Council has successfully obtained $72,000 worth of funding through the Transport Accident Commission’s Community Road Safety Grants and Local Government Grant for Small Scale Infrastructure. The funding will be used across projects for wildlife electronic signage, a new road safety strategy that will contribute towards Council’s goal of being a Towards Zero municipality, and shared path signage improvements. All helping make Peninsula’s roads safer for everyone. Keep Victoria Beautiful Tidy Town awards open Council is encouraging the community to nominate a local project, group or activity that works to protect and enhance our local environment. Let’s share our sustainability stories about what makes the Peninsula such a great place to live and visit. Applications should be 500 words or less, closing Friday 14 June. kvb.org.au/tidy-towns

Events 23 May

Author Talk with Clinton Fernandes in conversation with lawyer Bernard Collaery Mornington Library, 6pm

24 May

Mornington’s Biggest Morning Tea, Empire Street Mall, Mornington

24-25 May

Melbourne Coastrek 2019, from Point Nepean National Park

27 May – 3 June National Reconciliation Week 1 June

Eco Living Display Centre Workshop, The Briars, Mount Martha

2 June

Reconciliation Walk, Pelican Park to Willum Warrain, Hastings

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73rd Anniversary Italian Republic, Dromana Foreshore (end of Pier Street)

8 June

Winter Wine Fest, Red Hill Recreation Reserve

23 June

Victorian Interschool Cycling Series 2019, Dromana Secondary College

28-29 June

Peninsula Paper Craft Fair, Peninsula Community Theatre, Mornington

6 July

Eco Living Display Centre Workshop, The Briars, Mount Martha

For a full list of all Shire events including community markets and local music please see our website: mornpen.vic.gov.au/events Information is correct at time of printing.


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Flick the switch: Cr Bev Colomb, Nepean MP Chris Brayne, Local Government and Small Business minister Adem Somyurek, then-Labor candidate for Flinders Josh Sinclair, the shire’s director place Niall McDonagh and team leader sport and recreation Mark Stahel with members of the Mornington Athletics and Little Athletics Clubs.

Shining new lights on sport SPORTS ovals at Hastings and Red Hill as well as the Olympic Park soccer pitch and senior oval at Rosebud will light up in a staged program starting later this year. The grounds are among 10 sporting reserves across the Mornington Peninsula to be earmarked as part of a $2.1 million lighting upgrade. The cost will be split between the state government and the shire. Other reserves to receive lighting upgrades in stage two (September 2020-February 2021) include Dromana Recreation Reserve, Dromana; Civic Reserve Athletics Track, Mornington; RM Hooper Reserve, Tuerong; Barber Reserve, Somerville; and AR and F Ditterich Reserve,

Main Ridge. “We are constantly looking for ways to improve our sporting facilities and ensure they are meeting the needs of our community who will soon be able to enjoy playing on fields with state-of-the-art sports lighting,” the mayor Cr David Gill said. “This project directly links to the council’s Sports Capacity Plan which aims to help guide strategic planning for the future provision of sports and sporting infrastructure throughout the peninsula. “The sports growth lighting package will allow council to continue meeting the demands of these sports during both winter and summer months.”

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gram had four streams: year 9 Health Discovery Incursions; year 10 Hands on Health Discovery work experience; year 11 Experience UniStudent Life Program; and year 12 Road to Medicine Program. In the year 9 sessions students from low socio economic status schools sit in on hour-long sessions on school premises, and in the year 10 discovery work students experience a clinical setting. Ms Mehboob described the year 11 UniStudent program as a “shadowing program” where year 11 students spend a day with medicine students on Monash's Clayton Campus, and the year 12 Road to Medicine Program as where students attend information sessions about the medicine entry test UCAT. The free program is being run on Thursday 23 and Friday 24 May.

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EVIDENCE of a “spilled substance” – most likely diesel fuel – leaking out of a drain at Safety Beach has been traced as far upstream as Rainier Avenue, Dromana, but the source has not been identified at this stage, the EPA said last week. The oily mess, which has been polluting the sand and seawater for at least the past 12 months, is most noticeable near the intersection of Marine Parade and Point Nepean Road, opposite a service station. A second leak causes diesel odour to emanate from a smaller drain on the foreshore opposite another service station about one a kilometre away in Dromana. Safety Beach resident Rob Debernardi sounded the alarm after bathing 20 metres from the nearest bathing box (“Diesel spill taints beach sand, water” The News 15/4/219). This prompted the EPA to send a work crew and arrange for Melbourne Water to set up booms to prevent any surface oil entering the bay. However, heavy rain a week later washed away the booms. The EPA said plans for a further inspection on Friday 10 May were postponed due to “high volumes of storm water in the drain system”. EPA crews returned to the drain last week but EPA Southern Metro Region manager Marleen Mathias said iden-

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A SAFETY warning has been issued for property owners to check and maintain their fireplaces, chimneys, fireboxes and flues. The CFA says there has been a rise in the number of chimney fires from both fireplaces and wood heaters. CFA’s manager community safety Jude Kennedy said over time there could be a build-up of creosote, a black tar-like residue, which is highly flammable and could clog up chimneys. “Creosote is not only caused by general use, but it can also build up quicker if you are using incorrect fuels, such as green wood or treated timbers,” he said. To reduce the risk of fire starting from a fireplace or wood heater: Use a torch to check for creosote build-up or obstructions; have chimnies professionally cleaned annually; only burn dry, clean wood; and, extinguish fires before going to bed or leaving the house. Mr Kennedy said gas heaters shuold be inspected and serviced every two years to guard

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Better Retirement Living in Mornington The Mornington is a vibrant community located in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula. Recently this thriving village became part of Southern Cross Care, a not-for-profit organisation that has been providing quality services to Australians for more than 50 years. The Mornington offers a better retirement lifestyle, with plenty of things to do. The central Clubhouse overlooks our beautiful lake and gardens and includes a lounge, restaurant, café, activities room, billiard room, and library. You are sure to find some like-minded friends, with plenty of opportunities to get out and about on one of our regular shopping trips or bus outings. Right now, there are a range of spacious independent living units starting from as little as $430,000 and serviced apartments from only $230,000.* To find out more or to book a tour, call 9831 9876. We would love to show you around.

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Fine adds to boat ramp confusion Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au CONFUSION remains over parking and launching fees at boat ramps on the Mornington Peninsula. A boat owner was fined $81 last week for supposedly not paying a launching fee at Rye, prompting the Futurefish Foundation to label the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s management of its boat ramps a “debacle”. The Premier Daniel Andrews announced on Channel 31’s “Talking Fishing” show last November that, if re-elected, the state government would run boat ramps on the peninsula, abolish fees, and establish a Better Boating Fund for boat ramp upgrades. Six months later the shire is still waiting to have its role clarified. “The [state government] said they were going to take over [the] boat ramps and we want them to get on with it,” the mayor Cr David Gill said (“No one at helm to control boat ramp” The News 15/5/19). Cr Gill said the shire was “doing the right thing” by checking on and maintaining boat ramps to make sure they are safe for the public. The shire’s director place Niall McDonagh said: “Yes, the shire has stopped processing boat ramp fees, and we await confirmation from the state government before we decommission the paid parking systems.” Futurefish Foundation director David Kramer last week said he had “never read so much nonsense in my life” and criticised the shire for fining the boatie “even when he had a launching ticket”. Mr Kramer has provided The News a copy of

the boatie’s launch fee receipt for $14.50 issued by the Parkmobile app as proof of payment and a copy of the $81 fine issued by a local laws officer later that day. He said while there was no physical ticket, the “parking officer should have access to the parking system to check registration plates and identify if a fee has been paid”. “The shire continues to give recreational fishers good reason why they are incompetent at managing boat ramps and why the Victorian Minister for Boating needs to abolish boat ramp fees as soon as possible and take control of boat ramps,” he said. “The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing when it comes to the shire charging boat ramp fees. “[It] is just unacceptable in this day and age of technology for shire officers [to be] handing out fines. “The shire is not only continuing to charge ramp fees … [and] to fine law-abiding anglers. “It is very clear to me that the mayor is at the helm charging fees and fining people incorrectly: he is steering this ship with his eyes closed.” Mr Kramer said he was “seeking an urgent meeting with the new CEO of Better Boating Victoria to ask when boat ramp fees will be scrapped as he expected fees to be scrapped by 1 July this year”. “The sooner this mess is cleaned up the better,” he said. The shire’s ramps include Schnapper Point, Fishermans Beach, Safety Beach, Rye, Sorrento and Hastings. Two sand ramps at Mt Martha and Flinders can be used by tractors and four-wheeldrives only. Other ramps include Tootgarook (managed by the Capel Sound foreshore committee) and Flinders (run by Parks Victoria).

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Abundance of new jobs and parking at new Coles Mornington COLES’ new supermarket in Mornington will create nearly 100 new jobs and a convenient shopping experience with more than 350 customer car parks. Part of the highly-anticipated Home Consortium’s $100 million development, the new Coles store on Mornington-Tyabb Road will offer a one-stop destination for gourmet Australian foods and everyday essentials, and will host one of the largest Coles customer carparks in the state. The supermarket is also part of Coles’ $120 million investment in Victoria in FY19, creating more than 1,600 new construction and retail jobs across seven new supermarkets, including the recently opened Coles

supermarket in Kew and the first Coles Local store in Surrey Hills. Coles Mornington-Tyabb Road Store Manager Laura Giuseppini, who has worked at Coles for more than 15 years, said the new supermarket is tailored to the needs of the community with extra parking expected to be the talk of the town. “Mornington is a booming community and we know there’s demand for a new and convenient shopping destination, so we’re excited to bring Melbourne’s best in supermarket offerings to town including over 350 parking spaces for our customers. We’ve already received positive feedback from locals about how the added

convenience will really enhance their shopping experience at our new store,” said Laura. “We’ve also tailored our range to include locally-sourced gourmet lines from suppliers in Melbourne including delicious and exclusive sourdough by Laurent Boillon, Big Lou’s Donuts from Fitzroy and fresh potatoes from the Cummaudo family farm in Gippsland.” The market-style supermarket will feature a full production bakery complete with the first flatbread machine for Coles in the region, two in-store qualified butchers and an expansive range of fresh fruit and vegetables displayed on ice.

The continental deli includes a sliceon-request service and large specialty cheese case, while the convenient ‘Scoop & Weigh’ bar will also be available for shoppers to select, weigh and pack their own seeds, nuts, dried fruits, and loose leaf teas ranging from golden chai to tropical green tea. Laura said the new supermarket is not only exciting for the community but it’s also an opportunity for her team to develop into future leaders of the business. “We’re delighted to create a boost in local employment with nearly 100 new people joining the team. Everyone is so enthusiastic and they genuinely care about the local community where

majority of them have grown up,” she said. The team is passionate about giving back to the Mornington community and has partnered with the Mornington Bulldogs junior and senior Football Clubs, as well as the Mornington Civic Bowls Club & Social Club, offering fundraising support including gift cards and access to the Coles Community Barbecue, which is available to local community groups every weekend at the store. Coles is located at HomeCo Mornington, 61 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Mornington and will open from 6.00am to 10.00pm, seven days a week.

Everything auto and much, much more returns to Mornington THE new Supercheap Auto Mornington store is now open at Mornington HomeCo. The store opened its doors last week and is busy prepping for the Grand Opening scheduled for this Saturday, 25th May. The Team are really looking forward to welcoming the local community to join the opening celebrations and enjoy a FREE BBQ from 11am – 1pm accompanied by Triple M Rock Patrol broadcasting live, loads of giveaways (including Supercheap Auto gift cards) and heaps of opening specials like, 40% off Penrite Full Synthetic Engine oil, 50% off ToolPRO Edge Tool Cabinets, 25% off Century Automotive Batteries and Export Degreaser - 12 FOR 19.95. “More and more, shoppers are realising that Supercheap Auto is about more than just ‘car stuff’. We stock everything you need for your car, garage and shed as well as a range of DIY products that might surprise a lot of people who aren’t familiar with our range.” - Greg Creely, Area Manager for Supercheap Auto Mornington said. “Our Team are very knowledgeable too, so if you need a hand in store or want information on the best products to suit your needs; they are always on hand to help.”

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Supercheap Auto are also making it super convenient for time poor shoppers with Click and Collect allowing you to shop online from anywhere and collect your items in as little as 30 minutes. Zip Pay is available in store and online so you can choose to pay your way and the Mornington Store in particular can assist you with a range of fitment services for batteries, light bulbs and wiper blades as well as offering a paint mixing service. For those who like to ‘do it themselves’, Supercheap also have a range of HOW TO videos available online at www.supercheapauto.com. au that make it really easy to find out what you need for your car, your shed or project. Whether you’re looking for information on car servicing, 4WD’ing, washing and detailing, arts and crafts, car audio or just want to browse some cool content, the HOW TO videos offer some really handy hints and tips for the rookie to the pro. So make a trip into the new Mornington Supercheap Auto NOW open at Mornington HomeCO, 75 Tyabb-Mornington Road, Mornington and don’t miss the opening celebrations this Saturday!


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STEPHANIE Ivanovic clears a jump during the Equestrian Victoria Champion School titles. Photo: Oz Shotz Photography

Toorak riders regain state title RIDERS from Toorak College, Mt Eliza has regained the Equestrian Victoria Champion School title. The school won state titles in 2017 but came in as reserve champions in 2018. This year’s win came after a fiveday event at Werribee which saw more than 500 riders from 172 schools competing on 640 horses. Toorak had 26 junior and senior riders competing, with Stephanie Ivanovic, Bella Warner, Emma Her-

cules and Theodora Newman being among the school’s top four riders in dressage, show jumping, combined training, games and novelties events. The four will be presented with the Equestrian Victorian trophy and horse rugs. “We are so thrilled to be named equestrian state champions again. Toorak College welcomes new riders and families to the team, as evident with a massive 56 riders on the team this year,” equestrian events co-ordi-

nator Julia Williams said. “Across the disciplines, we ensure that our older team members play the role of mentor to our beginner riders while also being supported by staff. We believe this is imperative for the growth of both riding and personal skills,” The top two riders from each level and discipline qualify to compete with the Victorian team at the Australian Interschool Championships in Sydney during the September holidays.


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Volunteers essential to local community

VOLUNTEERS have always played an important role in the delivery of services to our customers here at 39plus. Our varied range of social support and respite programs are designed to support the frail aged, people with a disability and carers across the “39” postcode and without our volunteer workforce our capacity to meet the demand for service would be greatly impacted. Since our inception in 1982, our Medical Appointment Service has remained an essential resource for our local community. With the continued growth of the region and the demand for such services, 39plus has expanded its regional scope to include access to vital healthcare to destinations as far away as the inner-city suburbs of Melbourne. Without the dedication of our volunteer drivers who gladly offer their time and compassion to assist some of our communities most vulnerable members, the services personalised approach would cease to exist. In addressing some of the health implications found to relate to social isolation, 39plus Social Support Groups serve as an important resource in combating community disengagement. “The Club” based at Eastbourne Rd in Rosebud is not only a place where our customers come together to enjoy a range of activities in the company of others but is home to some of our longest serving volunteers, some of whom have recently celebrated 20 years of continuous service to the organisation. As many non-profit organisations would appreciate, the impact volunteers have on the lives of our customers and the organisation

as a whole, is immeasurable. The time and commitment given by volunteers is priceless and without these amazing people many services like ours we would be at a disadvantage.

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Thank you to our volunteers ‘I wanted to give something back to the community… ...this is the most rewarding and satisfying job I could ever ask for’

Photo: Shire Mayor Councillor David Gill with Meals on Wheels volunteer Cathy - our longest serving volunteer with 40 years of service under her belt!

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MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire will join in National Volunteer Week celebrations from 20 – 26 May, to say thank you to the many thousands of volunteers on the Peninsula. The Shire engages volunteers to deliver community services, including 160 volunteers through its Meals on Wheels program who deliver around 75,000 meals a year to people requiring additional support and the provision of a nutritious daily meal. Shire Mayor Councillor David Gill expressed his gratitude for the many dedicated volunteers working across the community both independently and in partnership with the Shire to help deliver essential services. “I’d like to take this opportunity to recognise and thank the incredible 25,000 people who volunteer to help our Peninsula community. “I’m extremely proud to represent a Shire with so many dedicated and generous people. “This year’s National Volunteer Week theme is ‘making a world of difference’ and I am certain our volunteers achieve this every day through the services and support that they provide.

“Our volunteers perform so many vital roles including: welfare, emergency, education and cultural services; delivering community programs; contributing as committee of management members for our community houses and managing environmental, sporting, and recreational facilities. “I encourage anyone interested in volunteering your time to contact our team at Volunteering Mornington Peninsula and get started”, concluded Cr Gill. To support both volunteers and organisations, the Shire maintains Volunteering Mornington Peninsula – a hub for community organisations to list their current volunteering vacancies and for volunteers to search a database of volunteering opportunities for one that meets their skills, experience and interests. To list a volunteer position or to find a volunteering opportunity near you, visit: volmornpen.com.au or phone 1300 850 600.


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New ideas on the future of waste MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire Citizen of the Year Josie Jones opened last week’s waste forum with presentations from community groups, waste industry representatives and shire officers sharing ideas on making their own beeswax wraps, joining a Beach Patrol Group, composting at home, and the upcoming electronic waste ban. This second Waste Forum, held on Saturday 11 May, attracted more than 400 participants to Peninsula Community Theatre to hear what’s happening in the waste industry and how the council was working to address and improve current waste issues. They heard how they could connect with local community groups and how they could make a difference and protect the environment. This year’s theme: Our Waste Future, is being hailed a great success with calls for a bigger and better event next time. ABC War on Waste presenter Craig Reucassel joined the mayor Cr David Gill and Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group CEO Rob Millard as guest panelists for the Q&A session, answering questions about the future of waste on the peninsula and the world. The Dolphin Research Institute’s Mandy Robertson joined the panel for an in-depth discussion on the impacts of marine waste. The forum coincided with the council’s development of its new waste strategy.

Recycling back RECYCLED items are once again being collected from Mornington Peninsula households after the shock shutdown of processing services. But the shire says a continued service from contractor SKM will “rely on a combined effort, including policy change from all levels of government, and correct recycling habits from the community”. The mayor Cr David Gill welcomed the resumption of services but said the council had been “strongly advocating for urgent policy change in the recycling industry”. He urged residents to be careful what they placed in the kerbside bins. “It’s great to have our recycling back on the right track but, as a community, we can’t become complacent,” he said. “Everyone should do their bit to ensure the correct items are placed in the bins which go to a materials recycling centre for sorting. “Items should not be placed in plastic bags. “We’re working closely with SKM to avoid any future disruptions and advocating to all governments for urgent solutions as well as reviewing our own processes.” Learn more or share your feedback on the Shire’s Waste review online at: mornpen.vic. gov.au/ourwastefuture Q&A session: ABC War on Waste presenter Craig Reucassel, Cr David Gill and Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group CEO Rob Millard were guest panelists in the forum.

Cr Gill said the event was “positive, inspiring and a real demonstration of community passion”. “[It] was a fantastic showcase of the great work happening in our community and I’m thrilled with the overwhelming feedback calling for a bigger and grander event next time,” he said. “We’re gathering a lot of strong community input on our waste strategy and improving public understanding of council’s role in the waste industry.

“Council will continue its robust advocacy to all levels of government while empowering [residents of] the peninsula to take action in their own backyard and protect our precious environment.” The council’s representative on the Metropolitan Waste and Resource Recovery Group Cr Simon Brooks said the forum “demonstrated the strength and passion of council and community”. Residents can share feedback and ideas on the new waste strategy at: mornpen.vic.gov.au/ ourwastefuture.

How to recycle right REDUCE packaging, give things a second life by upcycling or repairing, borrow or buy second hand, bring reusable bags – not singleuse plastics, and compost food scraps. (Join the shire’s Compost Challenge at: mornpen.vic.gov. au/composting). While walking on the beach take “Three for the sea” by picking up three pieces of rubbish, take advantage of the free recycling weekends at transfer stations and join the conversation online at #rescueourrecycling on social media Volunteer to be a Recycling Champion at: mornpen.vic.gov.au/recyclingchampions

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Wetlands key to safety of long range avian aviators

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Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au THE Arctic Circle may be a long way from Western Port, but activities this far south have an important role to play fort birds that annually fly between these two areas. Boats and other watercraft in Western Port can have a dramatic effect on the capability of birds to survive the arduous seasonal trip. The wetlands that line Western Port are a major food source and place of protection for the birds before they take off for the Northern Hemisphere. However, their wetland feeding areas are also the hunting ground for people wanting to catch fish. The wester Port Biosphere and the Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority are raising awareness of the need to protect Western Port’s wetlands which are recognised under the international Ramsay convention. Australia is home to 65 wetlands listed by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance as waterfowl habitat because of their ecology, botany, zoology, limnology or hydrology. Governments of countries containing Ramsar wetlands are obligated to afford these areas some protection. In Australia, the federal government says that an action that will, or is likely to, have a significant impact on a Ramsar wetland will be “subject to a rigorous environmental assessment and approval regime under the EPBC Act” (Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999).

CANNON nets are used to catch and tag birds that live and visit internationallyrecognised wetlands in Western Port. Picture: Rob Patrick

Contraventions of the EPBC Act may attract a civil penalty of up to $5.5 million, or a criminal penalty of up to $46,200 or, in extreme cases, up to seven years' jail. The state government is paying for the project headed by the biosphere to lift awareness of Western Port’s wetlands. “We have birds that make an annual migration over thousands of kilometres to come to Western Port as this place is so special,” project officer Casey Lee said. “The project will engage with recreational watercraft users across the Ramsar site to raise awareness of the vitally important wetlands

and how to limit impacts on them. “The wetland consists of seagrass meadows, mudflats, mangroves and saltmarshes which fringe the bay. These start the food chains that sustain the fishery and provide for our international migratory shorebirds. These birds rely on the wetland for food prior to their epic migrations to the Arctic Circle. “Our local fish like the King George whiting grow to adults in the seagrass meadows of Western Port. Whiting from our bay then migrate along the Victorian coast to spawning sites far along the coast to the west.” “Western Port faces challenges, as

do most natural systems, in balancing conservation with recreation. However, these factors can be reconciled as responses to pressures on conservation can overlap with recreation. For example, damage to seagrass can lead to less fish for us to catch and can deny birds the nutrients that they need for migration. “The project will bring together bay users to collaborate in looking after this special place so that future generations are able to enjoy it like we have”. Boat users can attend a biosphereorganised field day. Details: po@ biosphere.org.au or call 5979 2167.

BIRDS of a feather may flock together, but so do people who enjoy keeping and rearing caged birds. Bird breeders, food producers and bird accessories will all be on show and on sale at the Mornington Peninsula Aviculture Society’s annual bird sale and expo. Birds will be on show in an aviary along with services and products suitable for bird keeping. Birds and advice will be available from more than breeders and exhibitors from all around Australia. Those attending the expo can ask the society’s experienced bird breeders about bird keeping and breeding, as well as discuss the benefits of joining the society. Birds at the show range from budgerigars and canaries, to parrots, finches, doves and quail “right through to some quite exotic species of cage birds”, member Colin Butler said. “All sellers and purchasers will have to abide by a new strict code of practice in relation to the exhibition and purchase of birds at the expo.” Mr Butler said the Victorian Zebra Finch Society will be holding its annual state championship show and exhibition at the expo with more than 20 different varieties and more than 150 exhibits of finches. The Mornington Peninsula Aviculture Society annual Skye Bird Sale and Expo is at the State Dog Centre, 655 Westernport Highway, Skye on from 9.30am Sunday 25 May. Admission $4 (children under 15 free). Food and refreshments available. Details: birdexpo@ birdclub.org.au

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PRESTIGIOUS LIVING IN PRIME BEACHSIDE LOCATION CONTEMPORARY style and a prestigious beachside address deliver a rare and inviting opportunity to purchase in the tightly held residential pocket opposite Mills Beach. With great street presence, this double storey home presents in as-new condition with a gleaming interior highlighted by polished tiles and a bright, open ambience complemented by an array of fantastic plantation shutters. There is a separate study tucked around to the left as you enter and a further along the hall is formal lounge with air-conditioning that sits opposite the powder room and laundry. The dazzling open-plan family area comprises a massive living space that opens out the alfresco entertaining area, there is a second air-conditioning unit in this room, and the equally spacious meals area will comfortably seat eight. The superb kitchen with its glistening black benchtops and stainless-steel appliances is a true statement in style. A host of underbench drawers provide excellent storage options and the window splashback is a clever touch that brings the natural light cascading in. The outdoor patio is quite private and the lush backyard has been well landscaped. At the top of the stairs is a brilliantly versatile third living area that makes this home an excellent option for a family at any stage with space assured for all. Four goodsized bedrooms all have carpeted floors and from the larger master suite - which includes a spacious ensuite and enormous walk-in robe – is your own private balcony. Measuring an impressive 325 square metres, the property has a great northerly aspect and from the street is a double garage.n

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ADDRESS: 8 Morell Street, MORNINGTON FOR SALE: $1,700,000 - $1,850,000 DESCRIPTION: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car INSPECT: By Appointment AGENT: Andrew Jones 0419 339 995, OBrien Real Estate, 188 Main Street, Mornington, 5975 7733 mpnews.com.au

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$1,450,000 - $1,550,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

$450,000 - $470,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Luxurious 4-bedroom townhouse on generous beachside block

● Cherished 3-bedroom brick property with fantastic potential

● 2 breezy, open-plan living areas with premium finishes

● Handy 562m2 corner block with rear undercover alfresco area

● Gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry & Smeg appliances

Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

● Double side gates to powered DLUG/workshop & trailer bay

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MORNINGTON 13 Cambridge Court

$595,000 - $630,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

$795,000 - $860,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Modern, Iight-filled townhouse in superb lifestyle location

● Ultra-stylish 4-bed entertainer’s dream in quiet court location

● Open-plan living/dining flowing to private sun-washed deck ● Well-designed kitchen with all-Blanco S/S appliances

Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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MORNINGTON 2&3/33 MacDonald Grove $850,000 - $930,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Master bedroom comprising a luxurious ensuite and walk-in robe

● 1 x 3 bedroom townhouses & 1 x 4 bedroom townhouse

● Walking distance to Main Street and beautiful beaches

● Calcutta stone-topped gourmet kitchen with SMEG appliances

Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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$950,000 - $1,000,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Boasting 6 star energy rating

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MORNINGTON PENINSULA'S LEADING REAL ESTATE TEAM

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$630,000 - $670,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment ● Beautifully-renovated 3-bedroom brick home opposite parkland ● Light, open-plan main living/dining area with cosy Coonara ● Master with lux ensuite/WIR; rumpus or 2nd sitting room

Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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MT ELIZA 27 Cummins Lane

$880,000 - $920,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

$1,900,000 - $2,090,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Deluxe 4-bedroom property in superb lifestyle location

● Magnificent 54sq family residence in tranquil Woodlands setting

● Spacious living areas up & down, gourmet Caesarstone kitchen

● Stunning 1.5acres landscaped gardens with in-ground pool

● Wraparound entertaining balcony with sparkling bay views

● Multi-level design with 3 spacious living zones + home cinema

Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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MOUNT MARTHA 3 Creamery Place

$650,000 - $700,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

$990,000 - $1,060,000 Open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● 4 bedroom home located in beautiful Martha Cove precinct

● Deluxe 2-storey lifestyle residence in tranquil cul-de-sac

● Top quality kitchen with SMEG s/s appliances

● Spacious layout with 2 large living zones + upstairs study

● Boasting 6 star energy rating

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● Quality kitchen with butler’s pantry & stone-topped island

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Joel Hood ranked 54th of all sales agents in Australia and 1st on the Mornington Peninsula at the 2019 REB Top 100 Awards

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Mornington Peninsula

“The difference between a good price and a great price is a great estate agent�

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$850,000 - $935,000 open to view as advertised online or by appointment Standout Family Entertainer A home that oozes class and charisma, this three-bedroom residence has design features that make it truly stand out from high ceilings to quality inclusions and vibrant feature walls that add a dazzling splash of colour. Enjoying peace and privacy at the end of a court with much-loved park and playground just around the corner along with a handy bus stop, the home offers extreme comfort for the modern family with luxuriously large master suite, impressive alfresco entertaining space, wonderful yard for children and pets, and plenty of room for all your cars as well as a caravan and boat. Set on 790 m2 (approx) with tall hedges and gardens of yuccas providing lovely lush outlooks, a grand entry hall with arched window and soaring ceiling leads past the parent's lounge to a vast open plan living and dining area including an exquisite stone-topped kitchen with Miele dishwasher and double glass doors flowing out to the substantial alfresco entertaining deck under a high pitched pergola. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and stylish open ensuite with stone twin vanity, while a stylish matching family bathroom services two further bedrooms in the children's wing. With ducted heating and evaporative cooling for year round comfort, the property also includes a smart home automation system that allows all the lights and other devices to be programmed and controlled via an app, internal access to a double remote-controlled garage, a wide driveway with extra off-street parking and double side gates to park your caravan or boat.

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Jarrod Carman | 0423 144 102 Heather Robinson | 0498 537 675

Why list with one, when you can list with all Office: Mornington, 311 Main Street| 5971 0300

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Mornington Peninsula

“The difference between a good price and a great price is a great estate agent”

E N O NG Y L INI N O MA RE

Fishermans Beach

14A Nelson St

Perfectly situated on a quiet street in a sought after location, the ultimate in luxury living awaits you with this brand new fourbedroom home, just a 5 minute walk to Fishermans Beach. Offering a huge 35 squares* of living space on a generous 476m2* parcel of land - the most generous of any similar property in the area.

14A Nelson Street, Mornington

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MOUNT MARTHA 1-24/129 Harrap Road Stage 1 $700,000 - $710,000 CONVENIENT CAREFREE LIVING • • • •

Quality, class and supreme convenience Private enclave of 24 homes Close to shopping, beaches & transport Practical contemporary living

Images are for illustrative purposes only Jarrod Carman | 0423 144 102 Caitlin Broomhall | 0422 411 013

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AUCTION Saturday 1st June at 1.30pm ESR $850,000 - $935,000 open to view Wed 5.00 - 5.30pm and Sat 1 - 1.30pm

$1,250,000 - $1,350,000 open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Short walk to Mills Beach, golf course & secondary college

● Superior quality build to exacting standards by OngarelloTM

● Spacious living with timber floors & barn doors, plus 2 dining zones

● 2 stunning living areas & study with built in desk

● Contemporary kitchen with stone benchtops & dishwasher

● Marble kitchen with premium appliances & butler’s pantry

Jarrod Carman | 0423 144 102 Heather Robinson | 0498 537 675

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‘Mornington Peninsula’s most trusted real estate agent’ Eview Group Mornington Peninsula Office Awarded #1 Office of the Year 2015 and 2016

#5 Sales Office in Australia *REB Awards

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Awarded #1 Principal of the Year 2015 2016, 2017 and 2018 ®

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$850,000 - $935,000 open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Master ensuite on lower level & family bathroom upstairs

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Jarrod Carman Licensed Estate Agent

● 2 elegant living areas each opening to alfresco terraces ● Modern kitchen with stone tops & Asko/Neff appliances

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AGENTS CHOICE

GARDEN PARADISE WITH POOL AND PARTY DECK SET among an oasis of landscaped gardens complete with swimming pool and pool side alfresco pavilion, this beautifully presented family home instantly appeals with timber floors that lend a touch of timeless period-style charm. Featuring elegant living and dining spaces, there is also a stylish kitchen with stainless-steel oven, gas cook top and a Bosch dishwasher. Glass doors open from the dining room out to a covered verandah that overlooks the gorgeous gardens, whilst a hedged walkway through the lush greenery ushers guests to the fabulous pool side party zone complete with barbecue, beer fridge, alfresco lighting and ornamental ponds. A lovely master bedroom has built-in robes and has dualentry to the updated main bathroom and also included with the property is ducted heating and cooling throughout. This wonderfully neat home is perfect for any growing family taking their next step and seeking a property with space and security. n

15 Samuel Close, Mt Martha $980,000 - $1,060,000 ______________________________________________________________ SET SALE DATE – 27TH OF MAY 5.00PM n n n n

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837 sqm (approx.) block Our friendly team are Terms: 30/60 days several years All offers within the With range considered Beachside location

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1/2 Watson Rd, Mt Mar 1/2 Watson Road, Mount Martha, VIC, 3934 | 03 5974 1100www.abodemtmart www.abodemtmartha.com.au

ADDRESS: 25 Lang Road, LANGWARRIN FOR SALE: $640,000 - $690,000 DESCRIPTION: 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 2 car AGENT: Ben Crowder 0407 557 758, Community Real Estate, 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza, 9708 8667

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1300 214 397 | admin@luptonferguson.com.au luptonferguson.com.au

$1,050,000 - $1,150,000

MOUNT ELIZA

4 Torina Court MOUT ELIZA HIDDEN PARADISE

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- Located in a hidden beachside Mount Eliza pocket, within walking distance to schools & the Village - A choice of living & dining spaces featuring cathedral ceilings - 4 generous sized bedrooms, all with BIR’s - Large fully enclosed and very private backyard, complete with entertaining alfresco deck

Agent

- Renovated main bathroom & ensuite

0412 789 696 | rob@luptonferguson.com.au

ROB FERGUSON

- Cosy open fire place, gas ducted heating & split system cooling

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Dressed to impress with a dual-key design, this heartwarming townhouse presents a low-maintenance foothold into beachside Mornington, with exceptional Airbnb potential. This is a coastal haven offering scope for income generation, accommodation on both levels, impressive alfresco entertaining and generous off-street parking, all in a prime location steps to Main Street.

For Sale: Inspection: Price Guide: Contact:

> 150m to Main Street, 3-minute drive to Fishermans Beach > Ground-floor accommodation and living with separate entry - ideal for Airbnb > Main entry to a ground-floor kitchen and meals space with a gas cooktop

As advertised or by appointment $495,000 Kara James / 0412 939 224 karajames@stonerealestate.com.au Daniel Brooker / 0435 858 244 danielbrooker@stonerealestate.com.au

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Jetty Road in name and in nature, this charming beach house puts you in prime position for a relaxed beach lifestyle, minutes to the bustling Rosebud Pier precinct. Walk to the sand, pier, shops, supermarket and school from this weatherboard beauty featuring 2 light-filled bedrooms, a study, an alfresco deck and an outdoor shower - the perfect après beach package.

For Sale: Inspection: Price Guide: Contact:

> 380 sqm (approx) allotment minutes to the foreshore and the freeway > 600m to the Rosebud Central shops, cafes, restaurants and takeaways > Sparkling interior with a high ceiling, original features and modern updates

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A landmark residence crafted onto a prestigious vantage point gazing high over Port Phillip Bay, ´Viewpoint´ is a sight to behold. A decadent display of city lights, ships, pleasure craft and blue water awaits from within this architectural haven. Ahead of its time when built and now in need of TLC, this is an invitation like no other to secure a seat at the captain´s table.

Auction: Inspection:

Saturday 1st June 2.30pm As advertised or by appointment

Contact:

Kara James / 0412 939 224 karajames@stonerealestate.com.au Daniel Brooker / 0435 858 244 danielbrooker@stonerealestate.com.au

> 1066sqm (approx) allotment with Esplanade and Strachans Road frontage > Premium, never-to-be-built-out views stretching from The Heads to the CBD > See South Beach, the Southern Peninsula, Schnapper Point and beyond

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Aglow with light in a golden location atop Olivers Hill, this north-facing 3bedroom unit doors to Sweetwater Creek and within the Frankston High School Zone surpasses expectations. Largely original, surprisingly spacious and showcasing premium privacy at the end of a leafy cul-de-sac, this is the perfect place to start out, slow down or invest near the beach, shops and nature.

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Saturday June15th 12pm As advertised or by appointment

Contact:

Kara James / 0412 939 224 karajames@stonerealestate.com.au Daniel Brooker / 0435 858 244 danielbrooker@stonerealestate.com.au

> Low-maintenance living 2 doors to the Sweetwater Creek boardwalk > Positioned at the front of a north-facing block with just 2 units > Light-filled single-level interior with a choice of 2 or 3 living spaces

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Get onentertainer Family the tools

Get on the tools

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• Superbly presented contemporary family home

For sa sale $870,000 - $925,000

• Sun soaked living areas and 4 enormous bedrooms • Huge undercover outdoor entertaining area & heated in• ground pool • Ducted heating and cooling, s/s appliances & double lock• up garage

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MornIngton 6/18 Lucerne Avenue

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• 2 BR unit in a favoured beach side location

For sale $430,000 - $460,000

• Fantastic entry level opportunity for aspiring investors or first home buyers

Inspect OFI or by appointment

• A cosmetic renovation will help draw out its true scope & help protect its long term value

Stuart Cox 0417 124 707 stuartc@jlbre.com.au

• Large rear yard has recently been re-fenced

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Family 2 stunning entertainer residences Mount Martha 1 & 2, 20 Bentons Road

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• Designed by ‘The Little Brick Studio’ and constructed by the • ‘The Stellice Building Group’

For sale $1,100,000 - $1,200,000

•• 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms + powder room • Ground floor master bedroom and living areas on both • levels offer a floor plan guaranteed to satisfy the most discerning of buyers • Stroll to Fossil Beach, parks, cafes and restaurants

Mornington 5976 5900 mpnews.com.au

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• Lovely, private unit at the rear of the complex • 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite, generous living spaces & open-plan dining • Fully equipped, solid timber kitchen, ducted gas heating & evaporative A/C • Paved courtyard with automated shade awnings

Cameron McDonald 0418 330 916 ruralsales@jlbre.com.au

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Golf, tennis, Parkside poise beach

Parkside Golf, tennis, poise beach

SaFety beach 1 Staysail Lane

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• This spacious townhouse situated in Hidden Harbour is guaranteed to impress

For sale $780,000 - $820,000

• If a truly enviable lifestyle is at the top of your list then there’s no need to look any further

For sale $735,000 - $775,000

• Meticulously maintained & bathed in natural light with low maintenance courtyard gardens

Inspect OFI or by appointment

• Appealing 4 BR home positioned in the Safety Beach Country Club Estate

Inspect OFI or by appointment

• 2 living areas, 3 oversized double bedrooms & a separate study area

Stuart cox 0417 124 707 stuartc@jlbre.com.au

• Features 2 distinctly separate living areas, 4 generous sized bedrooms & polished timber floors

Stuart cox 0417 124 707 stuartc@jlbre.com.au

• Split system heating/cooling, feature timber laminate flooring, tinted privacy windows, DLUG & 24 hr security

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Endless opportunity

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tyabb 8 Station Way

• Significant parcel of land 7,126m2 • Dog proof fencing on all boundaries • Crush driveway has been completed • Only a minute to shops & railway station

Mornington 5976 5900 mpnews.com.au

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For sale $725,000

• Located within an easy stroll of shops, schools, reserves, public transport & sporting facilities

Inspect By appointment

• Original 1960’s Tyabb cottage with high ceilings and ornate features that has been extended

John hanna 0408 374 334 john.hanna@jlbre.com.au

• Boasting 3 bedrooms, updated kitchen and north facing family room with gas log fire • Opportunity to subdivide 836m2 allotment (STCA)

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Mornington 8 Morell Street

Prestigious Living in Prime Beachside Location. For sale. Imagine the convenience of living just metres to Main Street's shops, cafes, hotels and cinema as well as the sandy shoreline of Mills Beach. This contemporary 4 bedroom home is the perfect beachside address and with 3 separate living zones, offers ample space for the whole family to enjoy. • • • • • •

Outdoor alfresco entertaining area Master bedroom with balcony Ground floor office/guest bedroom 3 separate living areas Intercom security & Window shutters Ducted heating & split system air conditioners • Garden shed

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5975 7733

188 Main Street, Mornington obrienrealestate.com.au Inspect Saturday at 12:00-12:30pm Andrew Jones 0419 339 995

Mornington 2 Campbell Grove

Allure.

For sale. Offering a prize position convenient in location to all amenities that Mornington is famous for, with construction just commenced on these high end, detailed dwellings by renowned and local builder Bay Water Homes. Each offering 3 bedrooms, their own title and street frontage and open luxury living. Fully appointed with only the best fixtures and fittings. • Functional open planned living with alfresco entertaining • Master suite conveniently situated downstairs with luxury appointed ensuite • Rumpus situated upstairs with balcony • Moments walk from iconic Main Street, beach & parks

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188 Main Street, Mornington obrienrealestate.com.au Inspect Contact Agent Kayn Luff 0416 265 337 Fillip Prestipino 0401 065 691

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Mornington 37 Waltham Drive

Waltz Into Waltham.

For sale. Discreet, secluded and utterly private, this contemporary single-level residence is ideally situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac for complete peace and privacy. Step inside and escape from the world thanks to the relaxing atmosphere this well-appointed home offers. • Spacious 3 bedrooms including private ensuite to master • As new magna heated pool with entertaining area for guests • Open living kitchen/dining area overlooking pool • Well equipped kitchen with quality appliances throughout

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188 Main Street, Mornington obrienrealestate.com.au Inspect Saturday at 1:00-1:30pm Kayn Luff 0416 265 337 Fillip Prestipino 0401 065 691

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$1.05 – $1.15 MILLION

BITTERN

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SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

SPACIOUS LIVING IN A ESTABLISHED GARDEN SETTING • Four bedroom timber home on approximately 2000sqm • Wide, shady verandahs at front and back • Coonara wood heater. GDH and evaporative cooling • Main bathroom with large spa bath and shower • Renovated kitchen with s/steel dishwasher • Double garage, garden shed and attractive gardens

20 ISLAND VIEW CRESCENT

427 STONY POINT ROAD

INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT

INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT

$580,000 - $620,000

HASTINGS

$440,000 - $480,000

0419 955 177

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$540,000 - $590,000

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SPACIOUS AND PRESENTABLE FAMILY HOME! • Well presented four bedroom home • Master bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite • Kitchen with plenty of bench & cupboard space • Separate living and dining areas • Huge outdoor undercover alfresco lined and fitted with downlights

CENTRAL, SPACIOUS AND PRESENTABLE • Renovated three bedroom home on a 660sqm block • Updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances • Polished floorboards throughout • Renovated bathroom • Huge backyard and private front yard • Walking distance to schools, shops and transport!

TOTAL RENO - MOVE IN NOW! • Totally renovated 4 bedroom home • Brand new kitchen with quality appliances • Main Bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite • Large family meals area with ducted heating • Parking for 6 vehicles • Workshop, sheds and a storage area • Property has been totally landscaped

56 KATHLEEN CRESCENT

1 GASKIN AVENUE

7 EDWARD COURT

INSPECT SATURDAY 1:00-1:30PM

INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT

INSPECT SATURDAY 12:30-1:00PM

SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

$1,025,000 - $1,125,000

CRIB POINT

$590,000 – $620,000

SOMERVILLE

$1,580,000 - $1,680,000

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CONTEMPORARY COMFORTS AND SPACIOUS SURROUNDS • 4 bedroom home; master with WIR & ensuite • Double glazing throughout • Spacious living areas + kitchen with walk in pantry • Outdoor deck area with insulated ceiling and spa • Zoned ducted heating and refrigerated cooling • 3000 sqm block with established gardens

JEWEL IN CRIB POINT • 3 bedroom family home set on a 1011m2 lot • Front lounge room with gas log fire • Central kitchen with s/steel appliances + pantry • Alfresco deck with wood fire, BBQ and café blinds • Master bedroom with WIR & ensuite • Air-conditioning and a gas space heater

2.32HA WITH TWO HOMES / WAREHOUSE & OFFICES • Five bedroom home - two with ensuite & WIR’s • Formal lounge with open fire • Large kitchen overlooking open plan family meals area • Outdoor entertaining area overlooking two paddocks • Separate three-bedroom self-contained cottage • Huge warehouse with storage and multiple offices • Double carport, 6 car garage with adjoining workshop

41 BETTINA STREET

351 STONY POINT ROAD

2 POTTERY LANE

INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT

INSPECT SATURDAY 10:30-11:00AM

INSPECT SATURDAY 2:30-3:30PM

SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

1/109 High St, Hastings, VIC 3915 03 5979 4412 | enquiries@baywestrealestate.com.au baywestrealestate.com.au

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CRIB POINT 3 Bond Close $550,000 open to view By Appointment n 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom home n 853m2 (approx) block n Large shed/garage n Covered outdoor entertaining

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BITTERN 137 Urquhart Crescent $750,000 - $790,000 open to view By Appointment n 2000sqm+ site with colonial-style home and shady verandahs n Recently renovated including new, frteshly painted weatherboards n Updated main bathroom and ensuite to main, both painted throughout n Three bedrooms that all have a garden outlook plus big family room

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Dominic Tallon| 0408 528 857

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CRIB POINT 12 Loch Street $560,000 - $600,000 open to view By Appointment n Three bedroom home which has had a complete makeover from top to toe n Large light filled lounge & dining area leading through to a new kitchen n Modern family bathroom with separate bath & shower n Gas heating and split system air conditioning Nigel Evans| 0439 540 055

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HASTINGS Lot 10, 273 High Street $240,000 open to view By Appointment n Boutique estate located at the top end of High Street n Last remaining lot in this subdivision n Build your dream home here at Henderson Grove n Lot dimensions: 10.5m x 32m

Dominic Tallon| 0408 528 857 Nigel Evans| 0439 540 055

List with one, sell with all

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Office: 57 High Street, Hastings 5979 3000 Tuesday, 21 May 2019

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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL Auction

Wednesday 12th June 2019 at 12pm on site 159 Main Street, Mornington

Double-Shot Opportunity

BEACHSIDE SITE WITH MULTIPLE OPTIONS WITH its prime beachside location and close proximity to a number of established businesses, any owner occupier, investor or developer looking for a premium commercial site will have to inspect this Dromana holding. Zoned Commercial 1 and on two separate titles - providing any purchaser the opportunity to buy one or both properties - the property measures about 1496 square metres and comprises of two buildings which total about 446 square metres. Both properties are being offered with vacant possession. The fantastic site is just off Point Nepean Road and adjoins a council carpark.n

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Impressive retail shop of 100m2*

Secure 5 x 5 Year lease Leased to long standing tenant ‘Biscottini’ Annual net income of $55,800 + GST Dual street frontage to Main Street and Barrrett Lane 300m2* of Commercial 1 Zoned land, with further development potential (STCA)

5925 6005 nicholscrowder.com.au

Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562 Tanya Scagliarini 0438 289 859 4/230 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931

PROPERTY ESSENTIALS

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ADDRESS: 5 and 7 Beach Street, DROMANA FOR SALE: By Expression Of Interest, closing May 29 at 3:00pm AGENT: Tanya Scagliarini 0438 289 859, Nichols Crowder, 4/230 Main Street, Mornington, 5925 6005

For Sale

For Sale

Occupy, Invest Or Develop by the Beach

Occupy or Rebuild

Expressions Of Interest Closing 29th May at 3pm 5 & 7 Beach Street, Dromana

Two separate titles Total land area: 1496m2* (combined) Ideal mixed use development (STCA) 7 Beach Street: Building area 274m2*

Opportunity to buy one or both Commercial 1 zoning 5 Beach Street: Building area 172m2* Properties being sold with vacant possession *Approx.

Jamie Stuart Tanya Scagliarini 0438 670 300 0438 289 859

5925 6005 mpnews.com.au

Linda Ellis 0400 480 397

nicholscrowder.com.au

4/230 Main Street, Mornington 3931

By Expressions of Interest, Closing Friday 31st May at 1pm 51 Mornington Tyabb Road, Mornington

9775 1535

1/1 Colemans Road, Carrums Downs 3201

Proposed medical site (S.T.C.A) Building area 230m2* Right amongst car & homemaker showrooms 30-180 day settlement Land area 900m2* Vacant possession

5925 6005 nicholscrowder.com.au

Tuesday, 21 May 2019

*Approx.

Tom Crowder 0438 670 300 4/230 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 MORNINGTON NEWS

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/Commercial

Rare retail investment red hill 1016 Mornington-Flinders Road

For sale $1,620,000

• Offered for sale 3 retail shops on 1 title in thriving Red Hill location

Michelle adams 0407 743 858 michellea@jlbre.com.au

• Renowned tourist destination only an hour drive from Melbourne • Shop 1: 64m2 - $22,094 per annum + GST + Outgoings – 3% annual increases • Shop 2: 64m2 - $24,356 per annum + GST + Outgoings – 4% annual increases • Shop 3: 72m2 - $24,356 per annum + GST + Outgoings – 4% annual increases

SOLD Office space for sale or lease

For sale $357,000

Mornington 4/72 Blamey Place • 48m2 approximately • First floor office space • Kitchenette facilities

Capel Sound 2/26 Colchester Road Michelle adams 0407 743 858 michellea@jlbre.com.au

• Rent: $985 pcm + GST + Ogs

LEASED

Commercial investment • 695m2 approx including mezzanine

Michelle adams 0407 743 858 michellea@jlbre.com.au

• Retail, warehouse & office space • 3+3+3 year lease commenced 1/10/17 • Rent: $40,999 pa + GST + Ogs & Annual CPI inc’s

LEASED

red hill 81 Arthurs Seat Road

Mornington 2nd Flr, 1/315 Main St

Mount Martha 6a Lochiel Avenue

Mornington 2nd Flr, 2a/315 Main St

• Approximately 37m2

• Main St office space of approx 225m2

• Upstairs office space of approx 71m2

• 80m2 approx of office space

• Great main road exposure

• Secure basement parking with 6 car spaces

• Front & rear balcony

• Secure basement parking, swipe card entry

• Kitchenette facilities

• Heating, cooling & swipe card entry

• Kitchen, toilet & shower

• Available 1st July, 2019

Michelle adams 0407 743 858 michellea@jlbre.com.au

Mornington 5976 5900 mpnews.com.au

Michelle adams 0407 743 858 michellea@jlbre.com.au

For lease $1,550 pcm + GST + Ogs

Michelle adams 0407 743 858 michellea@jlbre.com.au

For lease $1,820 pcm + GST + Ogs

Michelle adams 0407 743 858 michellea@jlbre.com.au

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THE PENINSULA’S ONLY EXCLUSIVELY COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE AGENT Fit-Out Sale - Mornington

Business Sale - Mornington

Prime Position

Reduced For A Quick Sale

• Shop of approximately 50 sqm • Ideally located just off Main Street • Great lease and low rent • Offered as a Fit Out Sale only

• Exciting business with brilliant décor and fit out • Excellent rent of $4,150pcm inc GST • 250sqm premises includes deli, juice bar and fine dining, • Courtyard bistro area, two storerooms plus coolroom, office and toilets

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Sale Price (Fit-out Only) $20,000 Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

For Sale - Arthurs Seat

For Sale - Hastings Storage Facility

• Established 2007 as an accommodation business • Nestled amongst the many attractions of the area • Superbly set with stunning views of Port Phillip Bay • Buyers here have the first option to purchase the adjoining block at 17 Nestle Court

• Comprises 19 containers plus caravan and boat storage • Situated on prominent corner site measuring approx. 1900 sqm. • Runs at very close to 100% occupancy • Vendors keen to sell

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Business Sale - Mount Martha

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Forthcoming Auction- Mornington

Sale Price: $149,000 Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Business Sale - Rosebud

For Sale or Lease - Red Hill

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O ALL Chill Gelato • Situated in the prime Mt Martha shopping strip • Ideally located opposite the beautiful beach along a huge foot traffic area • Great fit out just awaiting your own personal touch

• Prime corner location with magnificent exposure • Long term tenant • Strong rental return • McDonalds and Red Rooster as your neighbours • Build Area of approx. 127sqm

Position,Position, Position

Red Hill Restaurant

Fresh Fish Shop

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

Auction: Contact Agent For Details Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Lease Price $7,950pcm+GST+OG Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Lease Price: $1,834pcm+GST+OG Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

For Lease - Dromana

• Prestigious restaurant based on Arthurs Seat Rd • No Upfront Cost – Plant and Equipment included in lease • Perfect for an experienced restaurateur to take over • Beautiful fit out & well equipped • Onsite accommodation for owner an additional option

Business Sale - Mornington

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• Established business of nearly 10 years • Fantastic turnover in excess of $400,000 • Purpose built fit out for business • Excellent rent of $3,000 per month approximate • Quality business, great returns, kind working hours

Dromana Industrial Estate

• Dromana factory in popular industrial location • Large space of approx. 134sqm • Rear factory with private parking • Rear Rollerdoor access • Separate Office Area

Lease Price $1,600pcm+GST+OG Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Via Boffe

Prime Retail / Office Spce

• Premier coffee shops serving 50kg+ of coffee per week • Open 7 days and in prime Main Street location • Upstairs lounge area, function room and courtyard area. • Italian styled menu for breakfast, lunch and functions. • Fully Licensed.

• 164sqm of prime retail space in Main Street • Neigbours include brand name retail stores and banks • 3½ year x 5 year lease • Ideally set-up for real estate business

• Large retail space of approx. 198sqm • Shop frontage to Mount Eliza Way with through access from rear carpark • Located in high foot traffic area • Ready for you to create something amazing

Lease Price: $8370pcm + GST + OGS Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Lease Price: $9,167pcm+GST+OG Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Sale Price: $395,000 WIWO Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Business Sale - Point Leo

Fit-Out Sale - Mornington

Ideal Retail/Office Space

For Sale - Hastings

Properties For Lease

Point Leo General Store

• Long standing coastal business • Focus on take away food and drinks • Amazing lease package • Ideal husband and wife business • Huge local following Sale Price: $190,000 + SAV Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

PH: (03) 5977 2255 mpnews.com.au

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Fit Out Only

Owner Occupier - Development Site

• Ideally located in high foot traffic area from Centro Shopping Centre to Main Street • Retail space of approx. 70sqm • Current rent at approx. $45,000pa +GST

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

Sale Price: $35,000 (Fit-out only) Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Sale Price: $265,000 Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

www.kevinwrightre.com.au

176-182 Main Street -30sqm $1,662.50pcm+GST+OG 356 Shands Road, Main Ridge Contact Agent 6/356 Main Street – 104sqm $2,950pcm+GST+OG 4/15 Carbine Way – 12sqm From $750pcm+GST+OG 1/486 Nepean Hwy Frankston – 220sqm $3,000pcm+GST+OG SHOPS FOR LEASE Jetty Rd, Rosebud - From 70sqm From $3,300pcm+GST+OG 187 Main Street – 187sqm $5,050pcm+GST+OG St Andrews Beach – 180m2 $3,334pcm+OG 102 Mt Eliza Way, Mt Eliza – 198sqm $9,167pcm+GST+OG RESTAURANT FOR LEASE 164 Arthurs Seat Road, Red Hill $7,950pcm+GST+OG MEDICAL FOR LEASE 1052 Nepean Hwy - 15.3sq $6,584pcm+GST+OG WORKSHOP/FACTORY 323-325 Main Street - 150sqm LEASED

1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington VIC 3931 Tuesday, 21 May 2019

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WHAT’S NEW...

Your invitation to taste outstanding wines... for only $30! MORNINGTON Peninsula’s own International Cool Climate Wine Show (ICCWS), now in its 19th year, is an acclaimed wine show for wineries, industry, and the public. The ICCWS is recognised as one of Australia’s foremost shows for inspirational cool climate wines, and each year attracts more than 650 wines from around the world in competition classes including Sparkling wines & Champagnes, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Italian Varietals both from Northern Italy and local, along with many more. A feature of the show each year is the opportunity given to wine lovers to sample the cool climate wines entered in the event. The depth and breadth of the wine on show is vast. Many wines come from boutique vineyards which produce smaller commercial quantities, so this is your chance to seek out some outstanding, but lesser known labels. On Saturday, May 25th, at the Mornington Racing Club, the VIP Tastings (including mini Master Classes of local and cool climate wines) will take place between 1pm and 4pm, and the Public Tasting will be held from 1.30pm to 4.30pm. Tickets for these events is via www. internationalcoolclimatewineshow. com/public Whether you are an occasional tippler or a fully-fledged wine connoisseur, the International Cool Climate Wine Show Public Tastings are just what you have been looking for.

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Mornington's Biggest Morning Tea Empire Street Mall

outside in

Friday May 24th, 9.30 - 11.30am

All Welcome, join the community for a cuppa! 10am Guest Speaker: Jo Lovelock Performance by Oskar Proy Balloon twisting for the kids All food & raffle prizes donated by local businesses

Donate on the day - all money raised is donated to the Cancer Council thankyou to our supporters Mornington News

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Your Local Experts in Mornington OUR philosophy has not changed since we first started doing kitchen makeovers in 1999. We always have and will be true to our mission – to work together with our clients to create the right solution for their kitchen transformation project. We do this by combining our traditional values of integrity, honesty, commitment, with our innovative thinking, technical excellence and in-depth experience. It’s for these reasons that CONCEPT KITCHEN MAKEOVERS is recognised as the kitchen makeover company of choice by the Mornington Peninsula locals. 18 YEARS OF SIMPLE SOLUTIONS Concept Kitchen Makeovers was established as an alternative to conventional kitchen renovation companies, with the focus of providing simple stress-free installations, strong customer service, cost-effective solutions and high quality for all our projects – rather than a complete remove and replace kitchen supply company. Neil Mackie began in the kitchen cabinet industry, 40 years ago, as a skilled builder, installer and kitchen designer. He used these skills to start a kitchen transformation business with his wife, Barb, 18 years ago.

Barb - Concept Kitchen Makeovers 5976 1944 MY business, Ideas By The Bay has been an institution in Mornington for 23 years. In January 2012 my sister and I bought the business together, accomplishing a successful 5 years before I went solo, slightly shifting the shop aesthetic. I love the name of my business, could not have named it better, as we are at the beach end of Main Street. We carry a collection of original and unique gifts; a little of everything really. A gift for every occasion, souvenirs, kitchen, and homewares too. Our selection includes local and Australian made treasures. We have ‘nailed it’ when it comes to quirky and interesting things, making a visit to us an enjoyable experience. That side of my business is the best challenge and I enjoy sourcing and buying. I’ve always considered professional and friendly customer service integral to good business practice. Opening 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm with shorter Sunday hours (10.30am -4pm) throughout winter, I hope Ideas can remain part of the fabric of our wonderful Mornington Peninsula.

Fiona - Ideas by the Bay

5977 0708

ESTABLISHED in Mornington in 1997 by the Leadbetter Family, Nepean Music has evolved into a musical hub that serves the entire Mornington Peninsula. 250 square metres of retail space chock full of musical instruments and accessories plus full range print music department. A music school with 18 professional teachers and hundreds of students a week. A full service musical instrument and electronics workshop and a PA hire department. We cater for all of your musical needs. Open 7 days a week Mon – thurs: 9am to 8pm Friday: 9am to 6pm Saturday: 9am to 4pm Sunday: 10am to 3pm Phone: 59750293 Check our website for daily updates: www.nepeanmusic.com.au

FRESH LOOK - FRESH IDEAS - FRESH MAKEOVER

OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN KITCHEN, BATHROOM & LAUNDRY RENOVATIONS www.conceptkitchenmakeovers.com.au

Packed to the rafters full of goodies for any occasion. Best range of Mornington and Australian souvenirs – many of them made in Australia. Imagineellie, Van Go Collections, Squidinki, Red Tractor, quirky Rikaro clocks for the wall, placemats and coasters galore, too much to mention! Come and have a good browse and if you find something special we’ll gift wrap it for you on the house.

34 Main Street Mornington | 5977 0708

nepean music centre

nepeanmusic.com.au

Ron & Gavin

- Nepean Music Centre 5975 0293 PENINSULA Mowers Mornington is located at 119B Mornington Tyabb Road, Mornington. Specialising in Stihl Power equipment along with Masport lawnmowers, Atom Edgers and Wolf Garten, with a mechanic available six days a week. Servicing all makes and models of power equipment. Stihl have a large range of battery power equipment that has become very popular with domestic and commercial users that include chainsaws, hedge trimmers, line trimmers, blowers, lawnmowers, telescopic pole saw, and telescopic hedge trimmer. No Fuel mixing and excellent battery time. Stihl Petrol Blowers and chainsaws start from $249.00 ready to use, and line trimmers from $199.00 Peninsula Mowers Mornington is open Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm and Saturday 8am – 1pm Phone: 5977 1944 Email: sales@peninsulamowersmornington.com.au www.peninsulamowersmornington.com.au

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OPEN 7 DAYS PHONE: 59750293 4/1 Mornington-Tyabb Rd, Mornington

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Corner Progress Street & Mornington Tyabb Road, Mornington | Ph: 5977 1944


Your Local Experts in Mornington LOCALLY owned and independent, pcplanIT is your local Information Technology (IT) goods and services provider. With over 30 years’ experience in the personal computing industry, pcplanIT is a leader in providing quality computer hardware, software, and networking solutions to businesses and homes on the Mornington Peninsula and beyond. “Our main aim is to provide the best possible service with both a quick turnaround time and a at great price,” said Richard Okill, owner pcplanIT. “We specialise in solving the type of issues that we all suffer from in our everyday use of computers and laptops.” Whether it’s advanced data recovery, crashed computer issues, Broadband and ADSL installations, hardware repairs and upgrades, or home and business networks and wireless setups, pcplanIT is there to help. 6/13 Diane Street, Mornington • Phone 5976 4500 • Mob 0414 656 582 • www.pcplanit.com.au

Richard - PC PlanIt

5976 4500 ESTABLISHED in 1960, Sealy’s Cycles has been trading for nearly 60 years. Sealy’s Cycles is a modern bike shop that prides itself on traditional values. It has a full range of bikes to sort the whole family needs from toddlers, teen and adults. It stocks a wide range of mountain bikes, road bikes and hybrid bikes. It also stocks E-bikes in mountain bikes and hybrid bikes. As the largest bike shop on the peninsula, Sealy’s has the largest range of bikes and accessories, with friendly, professional, and knowledgeable staff. They have a full workshop that can work on any brand, model and style of bike, and are the peninsula’s E-Bike specialists with demo bikes available. Sealys Cycles is located in Peninsula Homemaker Centre, 5D/1128 Nepean Highway, Mornington. Phone (03) 5975 2444. www.sealyscycles.com.au

Brendan & Aaron - Sealy’s Cycles

Jordan - Swimart

COMPUTER / LAPTOP SERVICE

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$200

HOME & BUSINESS CALL OUTS Call out + first hour within 15km radius

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MORINGTON PENINSULA’S ONE-STOP COMPUTER SHOP Conditions apply

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Shop 6, 13 Diane St, Mornington

5976 4500 | 0414 656 582

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THE Party Place is the number one place to get all your party and event supplies. “We are huge in balloons, event decorating and catering, and party supplies,” said Tim. We can assist with all events, from birthdays, weddings, christenings, and everything in between. “We also have party decorations with all you’d need for a great event.” The Party Place offers catering services with food available, and also staff that can come and cater your event for you. They offer deliver all over the Mornington Peninsula and the Melbourne metropolitan area. “Our difference is we pride ourselves on service. We are happy to spend the time with people to get their colours and designs just right. “As well as personalised service, we give back to the community, supporting numerous sporting clubs, kinders and schools.” The Party Place is located at 1/49 Mornington Tyabb Road, Mornington. Phone (03) 5977 2186. www.thepartyplace.net.au

Tim - The Party Place

COMPUTER OR LAPTOP PROBLEMS?

5977 2186

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The Party Place is the Mornington Peninsula’s only specialised party shop based in Mornington. Helium Balloons

Party Decorations

Partyware

Party Food

1/49 Mornington-Tyabb Rd, Mornington Phone: 5977 2186 | thepartyplace.net.au staff@thepartyplace.net.au

WITH the cooler months upon us, Jordan from Swimart Mornington is urging pool owners not to ignore pool maintenence. “Even though you may not be using your pool, the colder months often involve a lot of debris in pools, and also a lot of rainwater”, said Jordan. “It is important to maintain your pool year round, and we have service vans, manned by experts, on the road to assist you. “It is far easier to properly maintain your pool year round than try and get a non-maintained pool back to swimable condition.” Swimart Mornington are also a spa dealer, and Jordan encourages people to drop in and see their range. “Spas are fantastic to use during colder months. We have a great range of spas in our showroom: from portables to swim spas. “Spas are generally easy to install in most backyards.” Swimart Mornington is located at Peninsula Homemaker Centre, D3 1128-1132 Nepean Highway, Mornington. Phone (03) 5976 4334. Winter open hours are 9am - 5pm Monday to Saturday and 10am 4pm on Sundays. www.swimart.com.au

with 5 service vans on the road and a large pool store in Mornington ...

5976 4334

Shop D3 1128 - 1132 Nepean Hwy, Mornington VIC

SWIMART Mornington is your one stop pool shop and service provider!

Call us on 5976 4334

swimart.com.au

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Cafe Smart Cuts &Mirang Color 5976 4474 June 0407846991 or www.dogclub.org.au. have to read music to attend. $10.00 per session, 0408394546 or email mornintonpetanque@gmail.com Regular working bees are held on Sun, Tues, Wed first session free, just come along. For further info Polio and Friday mornings as well as Waterwatch and National Seniors Eastend Bakery 5975 6557 Telstra 5973 9700 please contact the Have you or do you know anyone who had polio or is Estuary watch to monitor water quality. Mornington Peninsula Branch Mt Martha House 466 Esplanade, phone 5974 2297 now experiencing after effects of polio? 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Ph 5973 5763 Contact ireneanderson2013@gmail.com Meet every 2nd Saturday at St Francis Xavier 5849 Parish, Inside Story Newsagency 5975 Woolworths 5974 6105 along and meet us, we are a very active club and all Monday - Indoor Bowls and Snooker 60 Davey St, Frankston from 1pm – 3pm. Further are welcome. Details 5982 1892 Alcoholics Anonymous Tuesday - Tai Chi, Bingo and Snooker details phone Sue 0407 509 519 or Cris 0437 386 867 - Mornington Peninsula Peninsula Prostate Cancer Support Group Thursday - Tai Chi . Friday - Square Dancing Do you need help to stop drinking? You’re not alone, Peninsula Transport Assist needs Bentons Square Community Centre 1 Flinders Dr, Mornington Ph 5975 3688 contact us now on our 24 hour helpline Volunteer Drivers 7:00pm second Wednesday each month 1300 880 390 or find a local meeting Do you have time, like driving and want to Share the journey in a relaxed, caring environment. Zonta Club of Mornington Peninsula Inc. at www.aatimes.org.au/meetings contribute to your community? Partners, carers and friends are most welcome. 3rd Thursday of every month, 7.00pm – 9.30pm 241 Main Street, Induction costs are covered and drivers are Contact 0422 608 345 peninsulapcsg@hotmail.com Zonta is a leading global service organisation of Grandparents Playgroup reimbursed from pick-up to return locations. professionals, empowering women worldwide Registrations are now open for our grandparents Probus Mornington Victoria For details call the P.T.A. Office on 03 9708 8241 through service and advocacy. Join us at a playgroup. A semi-structured program, in a purpose The Mt Eliza Village Ladies Probus Club, meet on or email: peninsulatransportassist@gmail.com. built space specifically for grandparent carers. dinner meeting and see what we do. Email: the firstPh: Monday of each month at 10.00am at the 5975 5702 P.T.A. also needs drivers for 12 and 24 seater buses. Mondays 10am-12noon. Located in the Barn Uniting Church, Canadian Bay Rd. Mt Eliza. zontamornington@hotmail.com – behind the Anglican Church 3 Queen Street, Mornington Mahjong We welcome visitors and new members. Mornington Police Senior Community Register Mornington. For more info & registration forms for Mornington Mahjong Group meets Tuesdays and Details 9787 3640 Helping the elderly, frail and isolated community this group contact Deacon Liz 0419 581 792 Fridays at the Mornington RSL in Virginia Street Mornington Peninsula Astronomical Society members to feel safe in their homes. For more or deaconliz@mmmanglican.org.au Mornington. We will teach you if you are new to this Public Stargazing information and or application forms to join the fascinating game. Contact Lucy 5981 0801 JP locations Hear inspiring talks, view stars, planets, clusters and register phone 5973 6533. Mon - Fri 9.00am - Noon or 0416 043 527 National & International documents inc affadavits, galaxies through our powerful telescopes at 8pm on We are located at the Police Station in Main Street, stat decs & cert copies signed FREE of charge at Mt Eliza Mahjong Club the 1st Friday of every month at The Briars dark-sky Mornington police stations on the Peninsula. The Evening Group of the Mount Eliza Mah Jong observatory. Melway ref 151 E1. Bookings are Frankston: weekdays 10am to 3pm. Club meets each Monday evening in the Mount essential. Small fee payable. Details www.mpas.asn. Mount Eliza Men’s Shed. Mornington: Mondays & Thursdays 11am to 2pm. Eliza Village Community House from 7 – 9pm. New au or phone 0419 253 252. Find us on Facebook Our men’s shed opens each Wed afternoon from Rosebud: Mondays & Thursdays 11am to 2pm. members are always welcome, seasoned players or www.facebook.com/mpas0/ 1.30pm to 4pm, and each Thurs morning from Carrum Downs: Mondays & Thursdays 5pm to 7pm. new to the game. Our friendly members are very Volunteers Wanted 9.30am to 12pm. We are looking at opening on a Hastings: Wednesdays 5pm to 7pm happy to introduce them to this ancient game. Enveco Health is an innovative social enterprise Tuesday morning to accommodate new members. or Google find a JP Victoria or Ph1300365567. Over 55’s Mt Eliza Seniors Club aiming to assist those with mental ill-health live Do visit our web site: www.mountelizamensshed. Peninsula Retirees Club Calling over 55’s who are interested in participating independently in the community and to recover org and enjoy the pitch in the Events section. Are you looking to join a club that is small in in various activities, including table tennis, dancing, in a supportive non-clinical environment. We’re Pop in at the Mount Eliza Club site to have a chat. membership, offers excellent guest speakers, tai chi, carpet bowls, snooker, computer classes, currently seeking volunteers to get involved in this has regular monthly outings - and an annual card afternoons and films. Enjoy a cuppa and good innovative project. If you would like to know more Contentment subscription of only twenty five dollars? The Club chat in our Mt Eliza clubrooms. visit www.enveco.org.au and send us a message. The Baha’i Community of Mornington Peninsula is meets at the Mornington Information Centre at 1.30 Further info Lorraine on 5977 3838 or 0434 088 821 inviting interested members of the community to a Free Computer Lessons pm on the first Wednesday of each month. www.mteliza55plusclub.com discussion gathering on the topic of contentment in Mornington Senior Citizens Club,11 Flinders Drive, Details contact Heather on 5977 5647 society. At 2:00 pm Mornington Information Centre, Mt Eliza Neighbourhood House Mornington is offering seniors free one on one Al-Anon Family Groups Walking Group for Men. Join Lester and other men lessons on computers, iPads, tablets and mobile 320 Main St. Mornington. Entrance from the car park If your loved one drinks too much and you don’t for a moderate paced 4km walk around Mount phones. We can also advise on what sort of device at the rear of the building. know where to turn, Al-Anon Family Groups can Eliza.  Starts 8.30am every Tuesday. 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Australia could be leading producer of hydrogen fuel We would like to clarify some points made by Rupert Steiner (“Hiding from Hydrogen” Letters 30/4/19). Global momentum for hydrogen is growing and Australia is well positioned to be a leading producer of this clean future fuel. Japan is leading the world in its use of hydrogen for domestic use, including large-scale utility power generation, powering homes and cars with hydrogen fuel cells. The Hydrogen Energy Supply Chain (HESC) pilot project will demonstrate integration of various technologies including the production of hydrogen from Latrobe Valley brown coal for export to Japan. There are several ways to produce clean hydrogen, including coal, natural gas and renewables. Coal gasification with carbon, capture and storage (CCS) is a cost-effective and safe method to produce clean hydrogen. The “industrial waste” that Mr Steiner refers to is simply carbon dioxide (CO2) – a compound that plays an essential role in the Earth’s carbon cycle, but one that must be mitigated. If the HESC project proceeds to a commercial scale, the CO2 produced by the project will be injected deep underground in Bass Strait, similar to the way oil and gas has been stored for millions of years. It will not be pumped out to sea as Mr Steiner states. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recognises the need for CCS technology to help meet climate change action objectives, as does the UK Committee on Climate Change and EU Commission. Shunsuke Sakuma, Hydrogen Engineering Australia

Too high a cost I ask Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr David Gill why Rosebud boat shed owners will to be expected to pay a proposed increase in the flat annual rate of $445 yearly to $1200 for the use of their boat shed? Yes, the wealthy can afford the increases but the “normal” residents will struggle. Not only that, [the shire’s proposed budget incudes] a waste service charge of $285 yearly when we don’t even have a bin. Total cost of $1485 is almost as much as for a house. Judy Martin, McCrae

No sense quarry I am not against the Ross Trust, but I am against its proposed new massive quarry in Boundary Road, Dromana. The trust donates roughly $4 million a year to charity of which only about three per cent goes to the Mornington Peninsula. The will of Roy Everard Ross, which set up the Ross Trust, stipulates the donations should go to the preservation of the environment and supporting foreign students. The Ross Trust has more than $50 million in assets, so could still maintain its charitable work, albeit at a reduced level.

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It doesn’t have to clear up to 38 hectares (93 acres) of bushland to access granite when there are extensive reserves in other areas that don’t require habitat destruction. The state government’s 2015-2050 demand and supply report does not consider this reserve of granite on the peninsula to be strategic to the needs of Victoria. We all have products from quarries on our property. If not from Hillview, then from another quarry. There are other quarries that are not causing such environmental damage. To reopen the old pioneer quarry would take 150,000 litres of water a day on average to empty. The new quarry will be 10 times the area and 70 metres deeper. The water is from an aquifer (water table) and will be pumped out via Sheepwash Creek to Port Phillip. When water is so precious, how could they think this is ok? Surely destroying bushland and pumping out water to create money to then donate money for the preservation of the environment doesn’t make sense. Does the end ever justify the means? Michelle de la Coeur, Red Hill

Interrupted dinners Last week I was inundated by stooges of [Flinders Liberal MP] Greg Hunt with pre-recorded messages about the incredible goodness of our, hopefully, former MP Greg Hunt. I found these intrusions into my evening meals a very unwelcome affair. If I ever would have contemplated voting for the LNP, it certainly pushed me to never vote for him. I really felt repulsed about the neediness of Mr Hunt. Rupert Steiner, Balnarring Beach

Quick to complain I wonder if all those readers who accused The News of political bias [for running the Victorian Trades Hall Council’s advertisement “Who will Greg Hunt stab in the back next”] are enjoying the taste of crow? To prove this paper’s unbiased position, we’ve [since] been presented with [paid for] election material from Labor, Liberal and from [independent] Julia Banks. Let’s hope we are not assailed with one from Clive [Palmer], although he doesn’t really need to advertise, seeing as he is riding on the coattails of the [Scott] Morrison coalition anyway. These complainants have shown their own bias by prematurely jumping the gun and thereby shooting themselves in the foot. I’m reminded by the old saying, “get the brain into gear before operating the mouth”. In this case, the fingers on the keyboard . John Cain, McCrae

‘Hilarious’ reactions Hilarious; had to laugh. All those letters (14/5/19) complaining of the [Victorian Trades Hall Council’s advertisement “Who will Greg Hunt stab in the back next”] anti-Greg Hunt ad-

Thanks for track work I would like to thank the Mornington Peninsula Shire for understanding the need for safe steps and for providing a hand rail on the Coral Cove beach access track on the Mornington foreshore on the Esplanade between Coral and Johns roads, Mornington. The Coral Cove beach has been a favourite of local residents for many years, but wear and tear of the steps leading down to this beach made the beach access difficult for all users and dangerous vertisement, some suggesting the word “advertisement” was too small. My cat knew it was an advertisement, as I did in the expected follow-up from Mr Hunt’s crowd and Julia Banks’ invisible lot. A tryptic? Collingwood to beat St Kilda, a Labor mini landslide and a victory for handsome Greg in Flinders? Egg on my face come next week? Not to worry. I’m not a betting man. I was wrong once before, 1996. John Howard. Cliff Ellen, Rye

Wasted water Victoria has ordered 125 gigalitres of desalinated water at a cost of $100 million or so, for household use and gardens, parks, industrial, everything. Melbourne Water’s Eastern sewage treatment plant discharges about 127 gigalitres a year of purified, expensive, Class A recycled water into the ocean at Gunnamatta. Houses in newer estates have dual-pipe water, the “purple pipe” supplying Class A recycled water, at about $2 a kilolitre which is eminently suitable for lawns, gardens and industry, but not for drinking or bathing. A Moorooduc apple orchard was close to folding because of lack of water (“Water offer saves the day (for now” The News 30/4/19). Tens of thousands of existing houses have to let the garden go in summer because we can’t afford to use any more drinking water at a cost of about $3 a kilolitre. If only all of these houses, and many businesses, could access this water at a reasonable price of $1 a kilolitre there would

for people with limited mobility. The shire has recently replaced the existing path with a new structure providing even depth of steps and a hand rail for the full length of the access track. The new work is well appreciated by all who use this beach and makes the access now available for those with limited mobility. The shire workers who rebuilt the steps have done a great job and were always courteous and helpful to the needs of residents during the project. Neena Ackehurst, Mornington be no waste and significant benefits all round. We would need less desalinated water. There is a cost to piping purple water, and even possibly having to dam some of it during winter, but the cost is an investment with eternal dividends and rewards. Melbourne Water (and the state government) could earn $127 million a year. Do nothing and it is all wasted. On 25 June2013, The News ran an article about much the same wasted water, advocating its sale and use. Since then, something like $762 million, perhaps double that, has been flushed out to sea. Brian A Mitchelson, Mornington

Parking problems The Committee 4 Greater Frankston is very passionate about important changes for Frankston, but it is totally out of step with Frankston’s most pressing issues. It doesn’t regard climate change or the environment, violence against women or homelessness as major problems. The charismatic CEO of this powerful lobby group is Ginevra Hosking - from the chain of Jewellery shops. She worked for 15 years with the ANZ Bank and other members are also well connected, rich and powerful business people. This very wealthy Committee 4 Greater Frankston is advocating more parking spaces. The end result will be choking Frankston CBD streets with more cars and poisonous carbon dioxide pollution. Frankston residents must stand up and oppose more parking spaces. Complain to Frankston Council. Write letters to the newspapers. Protest on social media. Vic Langsam, Frankston

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Frankston to get its own grammar school Compiled by Cameron McCullough BY advertisement in another column, it will be seen that a Grammar School is to be established in Frankston. The Principal is Mr J. Austin, who will be assisted by Mrs Dial as preparatory mistress. The Headmaster will be at the school on Monday, 9th June. An examination for entrance for scholarships will be held in the schoolroom on 31st May, at 9.30 a.m., and results will appear in the “Standard” on the 7th June. The scholarships are open to boys and girls irrespective of age of locality. *** REPORTS of farewell functions to Major Conder have been held over till next issue. *** METHODIST Church – Rev. Horace Michell of Cheltenham who is exchanging pulpits, with the Rev. E. Tonkin on Sunday next will conduct both services at Frankston. He will also preach at Langwarrin in the afternoon. *** MR George Young, Nurseryman of Somerville is issuing his catalogue of fruit trees for the season. It is is usual an up-to-date production and arranged and printed in attractive style and should well serve as an effective medium to advertise the districts resources. *** THE next ordinary meeting of the local Shire Council will be held on Thursday, the 29th inst., which will be a week earlier than usual. ***

The teacher was giving a nature study lesson on a hen’s egg. Having elicited the fact that an egg is oval, he naturally inquired the reason for its shape. Much to his amusement a small child answered “Please, Sir, so that it will fit in an egg cup.” *** THE following letter has been received by the Editor: Through the columns of the “Standard” we wish to thank the parties who render valuable assistance to our pal who was stricken with influenza while on a holiday to Somerville during the Easter vacation. Unlimited praise is due to Mrs Meldrum and family, well known residents who did everything possible to relieve him of his sufferings and Dr Griffith for his prompt and kind attention. Also Mr Jack Webb for leaving his jinker and pony at our disposal. Yours etc., F.R. Webb & F.H. Swain, Richmond. *** A GRATEFUL Ratepaper writes: Great credit is due to the Frankston and Hastings Shire for the water trough erected on Cranbourne Road. When it is stated that recently the writer travelled 20 miles on one Main road without finding a trough to water his steed and eight miles in another direction, it can be readily seen what a boon to travellers is this work. It is so well constructed that the authorities evidently mean it to last for several generations. *** IT is safe to assume that if the Frankston Brass Band is established

it will receive solid support from local citizens, for undoubtedly a good band is of great benefit to any town. We are informed that one of the best Frankston barrackers and well wishers can put his hand on a score of pounds in donations if the Frankston Band comes here to stay. *** MRS J. H. Fielder who has successfully established a dancing class for children in Frankston, has consented to conduct an evening class for adults to commence on Tuesday 17th June, in the Mechanics. *** AT the special meeting of the Frankston Sub Branch R.S. & S.I.L.A. held on Monday’ night 19th. inst, the following office bearers were elected.—President, Mr A. Wilcox; Vice-Presidents — Messrs C. Bunney and W. Hanton; Treasurer — Mr A. Hill; Auditors — Messrs Carter and J. Smith; Committee — Messrs Hill, Stephens, McComb, Darcy, Walker and Johns; Secretary — O. Young. *** MRS Greene, of Frankston, has been notified that her second son Private E. R. Greene is returning from the front and is due to arrive in Melbourne on 30th May. *** PRIVATE Gus Goodwin who, is suffering from shell shock met with a painful accident on Saturday last. While boarding an electric tram he slipped and fractured his right hand and was kept in the Base Hospital for treatment. His brother, Gunner Bert. Goodwin is expected to arrive Friday, by the

Cluny Castle.

*** HEARD in the Train. That sickness is still very prevalent in Frankston. That quite a large proportion of citizen are temporarily out of action. That the task of carrying on the Anzac appeal festivities is being bravely shouldered by the undaunted band of “survivors”. That the carnival and fair opened yesterday, and promises to be a huge success. That the attraction to-night (Saturday) will be the palaise-de-danse. Great fun is promised. That the continuation of the festivities next week will witness the presence in Frankston of 250 sailors of the home-coming fleet. They arrive on Wednesday and will be the guests of the Wattle Club. That the naval and military ball which takes place the same night should be a brilliant success. *** INTERESTING items. Last year the English Navy cost £209,877,217. There are over 1,000,000 houses in London, and over 100,000 people own more than one. A gun is being made in the United States, which will be capable of hurling a projectile 105 miles. Building societies in England furnish an average of £9,000,000 a year to provide workers with their own homes. According to the latest statistics, there are 4,500 cinemas in the British Isles, with an annual attendance of

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1,075,000 000. Mr. J. W. Dawson, a veteran postman, of Rotherham, during his 35 years’ service has covered in the course of his deliveries a. distance of 210,000 miles. A North of England vicar holds a special service at 9.15am. on Sundays for allotment workers. Worshippers are specially invited to attend in their working clothes. London gets. 4,000,000 boxes of matches weekly. There are in Great Britain 16,850 blind males and 16,650 blind females. Tickets on the Underground Railway consume two tons of wood pulp daily. Over 3,000,000 ft. of lumber is cut by Canadian forestry companies in France every day. One-third of the world’s 713,000 miles of railways are owned or controlled by the Government of the countries in which they operate. During salvage operations in the ruins of a house demolished in a recent London air raid a workman has found a box containing 700 sovereigns. Private Ivey Cleveland, of the U.S. army, who takes size 15 in boots, has been granted an honourable discharge. Otherwise a special boot maker would have had to accompany him to France. In parts of Australia, where the average rainfall is not more than ten inches, a square mile of land will support only eight or nine sheep. In Buenos Ayres the same area, with thirty-four inches of rain, supports 2,550 sheep. *** FROM the pages of the Mornington Standard, 24 May 1919


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BUSKERS TURNED WORLD PERFORMERS, SASSY JAZZ DIVAS TO A CINEMATIC JAZZ EXPERIENCE MORNINGTON heats up over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend with a full program of LIVE MUSIC in over 20 venues and three days of STREET ENTERTAINMENT! “There is a fantastic vibe surrounding this year’s event”, commented Festival Director, Bec Davis. “It’s great to see so many cafes, restaurants, bars and venues hosting live music. We are thrilled to have so many wonderful performers including local Singer/ Songerwriter, Simon Imrei; Award winning Celtic band, Sugatree and Arandu, Melbourne Latin Jazz all joining us as part of the FREE STREET PROGRAM. Main Street will be full of festivities on Saturday with an artist, produce & food Market and free Balloon Twisters for the Kids. Visit the crew at the Nepean Music Centre stall where kids can learn more about musical instruments.” If you haven’t seen the Pierce Brothers perform, well this is your chance. From busking on the streets of Melbourne, their unique brand of folk music and incredible multiinstrumental talent have taken them to venues across the world. Just back from their USA tour we are lucky to have them at The Grand on Sunday 9th June before they jet-set off to Europe. If its Jazz you’re after, local favourite Lizzy Gascoigne and her group Kissing Harriet will delight you in a classy, retro jazz evening you won’t forget hosted by

the Mornington Yacht Club or book your table at Barmah Park for Melbourne Jazz Festival artist the Lillian Albazi Trio. “Something that has never been seen before at Mornington,” said Bec, “is the screening of the classic Buster Keaton silent movie ‘Steamboat Bill Jr’ with the celebrated ‘Sounds of Silent; 5 -piece Melbourne jazz band performing live. Kids will delight in the cinematic and music experience as much as the adults will”. Reserve your tickets now directly with Ian at the classic Mornington Cinema. Later that Sunday afternoon, hosted by the Mornington & Mt Martha Interchurch network is one of Melbourne’s most dynamic and successful Catholic Choir ‘Excelsis’ who perform to sold-out audiences at both St Patrick’s and St Paul’s Cathedrals. The Mornington Chamber of Commerce would like to thanks to the Mornington Peninsula Shire and our Major Sponsors Peninsula Eye Care and Nichols Crowder for supporting this event. Of course, it wouldn’t be possible without the support of all the venues, both large and small, for getting behind this annual winter festival and backing live music all weekend. With events selling quickly, it’s not too late to get your tickets now. Visit our website for the full VENUE and STREET PROGRAMS. Friday 7th – Monday 10th June For the full program visit: www.morningtonmusicfestival.com.au

ROSS MANNING: DISSONANT RHYTHMS 17 MAY – 21 JULY

AT MORNINGTON PENINSULA REGIONAL GALLERY

A travelling exhibition organised by Institute of Modern Art (IMA), toured by Museums & Galleries Queensland. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian Federal, State, and Territory Governments. Queensland venues are further supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. The IMA is a member of Contemporary Art Organisations Australia (CAOA). Ross Manning is represented by Milani Gallery, Brisbane.

Ross Manning, Spectra XIII 2017, fluorescent lights, fans, timber, acrylic paint, and steel cable, Installation view, Dissonant Rhythms, Institute of Modern Art, 2017, Photograph: Carl Warner

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LIGHT AND SOUND ARTIST AND ACTIVISM THROUGH CRAFT FROM 17 May until 21 July Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is presenting two unique exhibitions. Ross Manning is a Brisbane-based artist and musician who uses everyday objects to create mesmerising light and sound experiences for audiences. His exhibition ‘Dissonant Rhythms’ transforms the space at MPRG and visitors can be amazed at kinetic forces at play. Also on display at MPRG is ‘Craftivism. Dissident Objects and Subversive Forms’. This exhibition presents 17 contemporary

Australian artists who utilise craft based materialities with a political intent. ‘Craftivism’ addresses ‘the personal as political’ and explores gender representation and identity, Visit mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au to find out more about exhibitions and events and to listen to podcasts and videos with exhibiting artists. MPRG. Civic Reserve, Dunns Road, Mornington. Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10am–5pm. Exhibition admission fees: $4 adults / $2 concession. Phone: 5950 1580. mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au


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MPNFL take out interleague clash INTERLEAGUE

By Brodie Cowburn THE MPNFL interleague side scored a win on Saturday, mounting a good comeback against the side from the Ovens and Murray Football League. Ovens and Murray looked the better side early on, and were up by three goals at half time. The MPNFL side came out with more fire and intensity in the second half, and wrestled back the lead with a seven goals to two third term. MPNFL’s run of momentum continued into the final quarter, and they ended up running away with the victory 10.11 (71) to 16.16 (112). Shane McDonald booted six goals for the representative side, while Shannon Gladman booted three. Picture: Andrew Hurst

Hillmen secure 200 point win DIVISION TWO

By Brodie Cowburn TWO games were played in the MPNFL this weekend as most of the league took time off to accommodate the interleague match. The marquee match of the weekend was at Pearcedale Recreation Reserve, as Pearcedale played host to Chelsea. Pearcedale were boosted by addition of former Essendon captain Brendon Goddard, who had signed to play in one match. Goddard was coming into the match on the back of a hand injury sustained in another league. Pearcedale have struggled in 2019 and only registered a solitary win. Unfortunately for them, even with the added boost of a former AFL star, they would not add to that win against the Seagulls. Chelsea flew out of the block with a nine goals to two first term, setting the tone for what would be a completely one sided game of football.

Shellacking: Crib Point went down to an unstoppable Red Hill. Picture: Andrew Hurst

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Pearcedale never got close and were down by 80 points at half time. After the main break they were a little better, but still couldn’t stop the flow of goals. When the final siren sounded, Pearcedale would have been glad that what was supposed to be a good day for the club had come to an end. The final score read Pearcedale 8.6 (54) to Chelsea 25.14 (164). James Brain bootes six majors for the Seagulls, while Jack Francis kicked five. Brad Clark also put on an impressive display in his side’s big win. It was a dark day for Crib Point as they travelled to take on the rampaging Red Hill. Red Hill have dominated teams regularly this season, and given Crib Point’s struggles the match was not expected to be competitive. Few could have predicted the scale of the loss. Red Hill were completely dominant, and went into half time up by 95 points. The Hillmen didn’t let up after the main break, and continued to punish the miserable Magpies. Another 18 second half goals sealed Crib Point’s fate, as they succumbed to defeat by over 200 points. The final score was red Hill 34.20 (224) to Crib Point 3.4 (22). Kane Hawkins, Zach Vines, Jonathon Ross, and Harry Larwill kicked five goals each.


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Burgess grabs point for Langy SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie LANGWARRIN defender Luke Burgess snatched a point for the local outfit with an injury-time equaliser against Moreland City at Campbell Reserve last Saturday. Moreland took the lead in this NPL2 clash in the 5th minute after a quick break down the right and a cutback was met first time at the near post by striker Apai Ukono whose shot was turned in almost on the line by Burgess for an own goal. Three minutes later Moreland fans were incensed when referee Perry Mur turned down penalty appeals after Alex Van Heerwarden poleaxed an opponent inside the penalty box. It took until the 80th minute for Langy to level with a superbly taken strike on the right of the area from attacking midfielder Jordan Templin. Moreland’s Jacob Colosimo thought he’d given the home side all three points when he evaded two opponents on the left in the 88th minute then sent in a low shot that beat Langy keeper Fraser Maclaren at the near post. But Burgess had the last laugh when a deflected Callum Goulding shot fell to him inside the area and he thumped it into the back of the net. In NPLW news the first significant move in the Melissa Maizels makeover of Southern United came late last week when the local club signed experienced utility player Erin Clout who made her debut in Saturday night’s 2-0 loss to Geelong Galaxy United in Norlane. Canberra-born Clout, 26, has played with Canberra FC, Gungahlin United, APIA Leichhardt and Box Hill United and is a Player Relations and Engagements Executive with Professional Footballers Australia. Southern may make other player announcements shortly and is understood to be in talks with a defender to fill one of its visa vacancies. Maizels has only been at the coaching helm for a fortnight but already has seen major improvement. “The result (against Galaxy) can almost speak for itself but the improvement I’ve seen in the past two weeks with these girls has been nothing short of incredible,” she said. “They’ve been professional, dedicated and disciplined and I’m looking forward to seeing what we can achieve in the back half of the season.” Southern’s under-19s drew 1-1 with Galaxy with Talia Palmer scoring for Southern. The under-16s came back from 3-1 down to record a 4-3 win with all of Southern’s goals coming from ace striker Rhys McKenna. The under-14s won 1-0 with Rhiannon Kelleher scoring. In State 1 news Mornington turned in its best display of the season when it strolled past Beaumaris 4-2 at Beaumaris Secondary College on Sunday evening. Former Salford City striker Josh Hine enjoyed a mixed night with two first-half goals only to be sent off for a second caution in the 53rd minute. Sammy Orritt completed the win with a second-half double.

Mixed fortunes: Langwarrin’s Luke Burgess (left) scored a late equaliser while Seaford United’s Dion Brown was sent off in fiery clash with Sandown Lions. Pictures: John Punshon and Darryl Kennedy

In State 2 news Peninsula Strikers and Brandon Park had to settle for a share of the spoils when they drew 2-2 at Centenary Park on Saturday. Strikers were outplayed in the first half but fought back from 1-0 down at half-time with two second-half goals within six minutes from star striker John Prescott. The English import scored in the 67th and 73rd minutes but a superb interpassing move by Brandon Park in the 80th minute was finished in style by Jarrah Clear. In State 3 news Skye United had super sub Daniel Attard to thank for its fourth straight win when it downed South Yarra 3-1 at Skye Recreation Reserve on Saturday. Skye started well and was rewarded in the 7th minute when Saj Sugrim’s endeavour saw him win back the ball then send in a deep cross that Mitch Blake headed home to make it 1-0. Skye continued to dominate proceedings and only had itself to blame for not putting the game to bed early as South Yarra equalised minutes before half time. Skye failed to clear from a corner and South Yarra’s Taylor Matthews finished off a square ball to drag the visitors back into the contest. South Yarra was denied a stonewall penalty on the hour mark as the ball clearly struck the hand of Skye defender Daniel Walsh only for the referee to ignore a chorus of appeals. In the 68th minute Skye gaffer Phil McGuinness threw on strikers Attard and Mikey Turner and the move paid dividends. Attard put Skye ahead in the 83rd minute when he poked home a loose ball in the box following a Marcus Anastasiou strike. The big man then sealed the points in injury time as he finished well following a Harrison Michaelis cut back. Frankston Pines recorded its first home win of the season when it defeated nine-man Diamond Valley United 4-1 last weekend. Pines went into the contest without midfielder Serge Yanez who had work commitments, central defender Daniel

Mota, whose wife was expecting their first child, and a trio of injured first teamers in Lewis Potter, Cedric Benza and Alex Bevacqua. They all could be available this weekend but senior coach Kevin “Squizzy” Taylor may be an absentee after securing a ticket to next Monday’s Championship play-off final at Wembley between his beloved Derby County and Aston Villa while striker Jason Bradbury is off on his honeymoon and will miss the next three matches. Diamond Valley keeper Peter Kourkoulis kept Pines at bay with two acrobatic saves in the opening exchanges but allowed the ball to escape his grasp in the 24th minute. Bradbury pounced but his goalbound strike was handled by Diamond Valley’s Abdelhadi Deroune leaving the referee little choice but to send him off and point to the spot. CJ Hodgson converted with aplomb sending Kourkoulis the wrong way. But a minute into the second half Diamond Valley hit back with a stunning break down the left and an inchperfect cross that Will Dixon headed over Pines keeper Alfonso Cardinale to make it 1-1. For the next 15 minutes Pines could have rewritten the manual on how to play against 10 men and look ordinary but Diamond Valley forward Marvin Masso had been booked in the first half and when he chose to throw himself on the ground when tackled he was booked for simulation and sent off. Pines midfielder Nick Simmons sent Joe O’Connor clear down the left in the 72nd minute and his cutback gave Hodgson a tap-in and the killer blow for the visitors came in the 83rd minute when a long ball from Connor McAndrews was lobbed on the volley by O’Connor over the stranded Kourkoulis to make it 3-1. Hodgson completed his hat-trick in the 91st minute with a low shot from the left of the area. Finishing a match with just nine men seemed to be the order of the day at Monterey Reserve last weekend as Pines’ reserves had two players sent off yet managed to record a remarkable 4-3

success. In a bizarre contest which featured goalkeeping heroics, player indiscipline and a Diamond Valley official who thought it okay to stroll onto the pitch during a second half flashpoint and argue with Pines players it took a late Leevy Gatteck goal to separate the sides and give the home team its maiden league win of 2019. In State 4 news Harry McCartney reports that Seaford United lost 5-3 at home to Sandown Lions in a controversial clash last weekend that saw both sides finish with nine men. Seaford took the lead in the 10th minute after Dylan Waugh was tripped as he prepared to score and player-coach Matt Morris-Thomas converted from the spot. Three minutes later a botched clearance from Sandown keeper Norman Vellien fell to the feet of Matthias Schwellenger and his precise lob over Vellien gave the home side a surprising 2-0 lead. Sandown hit back with a blistering drive from Yangdow Kong in the 30th minute. In the 42nd minute a challenge on Gatwetch Kuichloch saw him collide with the fence which incensed the visiting supporters who threatened to encroach on the pitch. A five-minute delay followed as the referee and local officials regained control. Right on half-time Waugh was brought down on the edge of the box and Sandown defender Tristan Contreras was sent off. Two minutes into the second half the 10 men equalised from a headed own goal by Dean Snoxwell. In the 50th minute a slick interpassing move by Sandown ended when Wumjock Gatluak calmly side-footed the ball past Seaford keeper Liam Swift to make it 3-2. But Seaford substitute Mitch Lander equalised three minutes later when he was credited with the final touch after Sandown failed to clear a MorrisThomas free-kick. This seesawing contest again turned in Sandown’s favour in the 55th minute

when Seaford defender Dion Brown gave away a penalty which was converted by Masur Kuei to make it 4-3. Seaford was reduced to 10 men when Morris-Thomas was given a second caution in the 65th minute and Sandown was reduced to nine men in the 71st minute when Yangdow Kong handled and received a second yellow card. But Sandown went further ahead in the 81st minute when Seaford failed to clear and Wari Puoch scored with a leftfoot shot from just inside the area. Brown was sent off in injury time and his departure sparked angry scenes as a group of Sandown supporters rushed towards him as he left the pitch forcing officials and players to step in and try and restore order. Shortly after referee Aurel Ioana blew for full time in what was one of the more difficult matches he’s likely to oversee. Meanwhile Baxter’s recent run of wins ended last Saturday when it lost 2-1 at home to Noble Park United. Baxter’s Lewis Gibson was denied from the penalty spot in the first half by an excellent save from Noble Park keeper Branislav Karaga and a Bogdan Graovac goal in the 35th minute allowed the visitors to go into the break in front. New signing Lawrence Komba from Dingley Stars equalised five minutes into the second half when he took advantage of Noble Park’s inability to deal with a cross and scored from inside the six-yard box. The pivotal moment came in the 86th minute with a controversial penalty decision and Aleksandar Djukic scored the winner from the spot. Baxter continues to build its first team squad and signed Komba and two other players late last week. Utility Liam Stuckenschmidt and left-sided player Ehab Hilal have joined from Frankston Pines. In State 5 news Aspendale Stingrays recorded their biggest win of the season when they hammered visiting Bunyip District 8-1 last weekend. Aspendale had this wrapped up when it led 4-1 at half-time and the home side’s goals came from James Macnab (2), substitutes Luiz Dobre (2) and Ben Garside-Weinert, Ryan Mravljak, Sam Timuska-Carr and Adrian Pace. This week’s games: WEDNESDAY, 7.30pm: South Melbourne v Langwarrin (Lakeside Stadium, FFA Cup round 7). FRIDAY, 8.30pm: Springvale City v Seaford Utd (Ross Reserve pitch 1). SATURDAY, 3pm: Mornington v St Kilda (Dallas Brooks Park), Mooroolbark v Peninsula Strikers (Esther Park), Skye Utd v Diamond Valley Utd (Skye Recreation Reserve), Elwood City v Frankston Pines (Elwood Park), Sandown Lions v Baxter (Ross Reserve pitch 2), Somerville Eagles v Hampton Park Utd (Tyabb Central Reserve), Old Mentonians v Rosebud (Mentone Grammar), Casey Panthers v Aspendale Stingrays (Prospect Hill Reserve). SATURDAY, 3.15pm: Bayside Utd v Southern Utd (Kingston Heath Soccer Complex). SATURDAY, 5.30pm: Geelong v Langwarrin (Stead Park).

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Breakers breaking out: Top (L to R) Tullan Chimyong, Ben Wilson, Heath Gilbert, Kory Firth, Jake Georgiou, Josh Little, Alex Polatidis, Lochie Kanngiesser. Bottom (L to R) Ashley Lans, Max Barrette, Eleanor Long, Kira Burke, Laila Mann, Grace Bell, Jonty Chase, Reeve DiGregorio. Picture: Cameron McCullough

Junior Breakers doing the peninsula proud MORNINGTON Breakers junior program is going from strength to strength with a number of young players recently being selected for the Basketball Victoria metropolitan and country programs.

“We have had a total of 17 boys and girls recently selected for the Basketball Victoria Showcase in July 2019 and the Basketball Victoria Country Regional Academy,” said Mornington District Basketball Association’s gen-

eral manager Samantha Browne. “These programs provide the pathway for the ultimate selection into Victorian State teams. “Our program continues to strengthen as more players are being

selected year on year into these programs. With the appointment last year of a new Director of Coaching, Andy Sherwell and High Performance Coach, Lauren Bennett we continue to develop aspiring young talent.

“We couldn’t be more proud of these Under 12 and Under 14 players and look forward to supporting players from our other age groups in similar State programs later this year.”

A State Title for Frankston and the peninsula THE Champion of the State Pennant (Mid Week) was held at the Moama Bowling Club, played from Tuesday 7th to Thursday 9th May. The last round of sectional play wrapped up, with five wins to City of Frankston (Peninsula Casey) who got up over Yarrawonga MGCR (Ovens & Murray) 39-24, The other teams beaten were Shepparton Golf, Korong Vale, Warrnambool City Memorial, Bunninyong and Yarrawonga MGCR. In this part of the competition John Curtain was the top skipper in section A. His team won every game with an 89 – 38 score line. The final, was a contest between the City of Frankston and Altona who had won their division. Frankston had a convincing win 53-33 against Altona who had State and Australian representatives in their side. The Frankston side was lead by John Curtain who was ably supported by skips Neville Bradlley and Alan Ash. The three day event was played in quite cold conditions. The players were overjoyed with their win, as this is the first win for Peninsula Casey in this competition.

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John Meagher joins racing’s Hall of Fame By Ben Triandafillou MELBOURNE Cup winning trainer John Meagher has come a long way since landing his first winner at Balnarring in 1971. So much so that the champion trainer was inducted into the Australian Racing Hall Of Fame on Friday 17 May. The trainer of more than 25 Group One victories including the 1985 Melbourne Cup with the Lloyd Williamsowned, What A Nuisance, and the 2000 Singapore Gold Cup with Kim’s Angel, Meagher joins nine other inductees to enter the Hall Of Fame this year. Meagher, whose two sons Chris and Daniel now train in their own right respectively at Mornington and in Singapore, has taken a step down from training the past few years but has helped oversee proceedings at his son Chris Meagher’s set-up in Roberts Road, Mornington. Meagher started out as an apprenticed jockey initially with trainer Bob Clarton in Mentone in the early-1960’s before moving to Bill Murrell and George McCormick to further his skills. Meagher kicked off his own training career in 1971 before landing his first winner with a horse called Ritzali (ridden by Alan Pickles) at Balnarring the very same year. Top sprinter Maniple was an early prolific winner for the humble horseman as he patiently began to build his reputation in the training ranks. Jack’s Doubt was another major winner for Meagher during the early

were near misses in big races with imported horses including Regimental March, Shantaroun and Nayrizi.

Masterful Meagher: Brothers Daniel (left) and Chris Meagher continue the success of their father and now Australian Racing Hall Of Fame inductee, John Meagher. Picture: Supplied

part of his career as he took out the Great Southern Steeplechase at Mornington in 1972. Meagher’s first Group One training victory came with Ranger’s Son in the 1983 Marlboro Cup (Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes) at Caulfield before Lloyd Williams engaged Meagher as

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his private trainer. Meagher continued to train for other owners as well during this period. What A Nuisance won the first sponsored, million-dollar Melbourne Cup in 1985 for the stable, with continuing success for the partnership following in the next seven

years. Drought won the 1986 Peter Pan Stakes and was narrowly beaten by Raveneux in the Victoria Derby, while Major Drive claimed the 1987 Sydney Cup for the team. Meagher relocated his stables from Epsom to Chicquita Lodge at Flemington in 1989. Between successes

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Terrific Touareg: Cal Rule (new car sales consultant) and Adrian Frisina (new car manager) with the Touareg Launch Edition at Beachside Volkswagon. Picture: Gary Sissons

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