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MORNINGTON Yacht Club commodore Chris Jackson believes the time is right to again press for a marina, or “safe boat haven” at Mornington. Picture: Yanni

Calls for marina resurface Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au THE storm which battered the Mornington Peninsula, Saturday 14 April, has renewed calls for a marina at Mornington. Plans for an $18 million, 170-berth floating marina to provide a safe haven for moored boats were abandoned in early 2010, but not before Mornington

Yacht Club, Parks Victoria and other government departments had spent about $1 million on consultants’ reports to justify a marina. The latest storm three boats on the beach and broke handrails and decking on the pier. The renewed push for a marina has already been raised with Mornington Peninsula councillors and its proponents are again likely to face a new

storm of condemnation within the community. Last Wednesday, club commodore Chris Jackson and CEO Wayne Holdsworth along with Australian Sailing’s regional manager Gavin Wall and the club’s future directions group member Simon Purcell, met at the club with the mayor Cr Bryan Payne and councillors Bev Colomb and Sam Hearn. Although Cr Colomb said the meet-

ing was planned weeks before, and that the abandoned 2010 marina project was only briefly discussed, the storm was certainly top of mind among the sailors. Mr Jackson had said on the club’s social media page (5.23pm, Saturday 14 April): “So sad that a safe harbour was approved by the state government [in 2010] yet knocked back by local government inaction (at the time).”

He praised club members whose “eight hours of hard, skilled, dangerous work today saved seven boats”. “Sadly, three are now on the beach and one at least is beyond repair,” he said. “Yes, when the pier is finally repaired it will be better, but it would not have saved two of the boats today. It will not be a safe harbour [which is] bloody disappointing. Continued Page 4

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Delays to fix crumbling cliffs Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au ROCKS will not be brought in to prevent further crumbling of cliffs at Mt Martha Beach North until after winter. Although five beach boxes have been already been demolished others may need to be removed – and later replaced - before the $880,000 rock revetment can be started. At least 10 of the 40 remaining beach boxes are leaning sideways or have sagging or broken stumps. Last week’s storms saw more landslides behind the bathing boxes, which during certain times of the tide cover the only sand remaining on the ever-widening beach. Experts have warned that continued crumbling of the cliffs threatens the stability of the Esplanade. Michael Pollock, a senior media advisor at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, said last week that “physical works [on the rock revetment] will commence after winter, based on the [already completed geo-technical] risk analysis”. “Some beach boxes may need to be temporarily removed to create access for the works,” Mr Pollock said. “If this is the case, the specific boxes will be identified through the process and DEWLP will communicate directly with individual box owners.” Mornington Peninsula Shire’s municipal building surveyor manager David Kotsiakos said the damaged beach boxes could not be repaired “for safety reasons” until the rock revetment was in place. “Once the revetment is completed by DELWP, the shire will review what other works are required to repair all of the dam-

aged sheds and issue appropriate orders,” Mr Kotsiakos said. Aboriginal middens on the eroded cliff will also require a cultural heritage management plan before any work can be undertaken. The shire officially closed the beach in September 2017, although this has not stopped it being used on a daily basis or repairs being carried out to beach boxes. Owners of the bathing boxes and members of the Mt Martha Beach Group say a 25 metre long rock groyne should be built north of the beach to prevent further loss of sand. Consultants put the groyne cost at $330,000, although other remedies suggested in a July 2017 report by Water Technology cost up to $4 million. Port Phillip Conservation Council president Len Warfe, who wants all the bathing boxes removed, says science shows “groynes invariably relocate the original problem to some other part of the coast – so that it becomes someone else’s problem” (“Call for beach boxes to go” The News 13/2/18). The Water Technology report recommends removing all boat sheds at Mt Martha north unless action is taken to stop further erosion of the cliff and beach. The report, commissioned by DELWP, warns that by 2040 sea level rises “will make this a difficult location to maintain a beach”. A similar recommendation in 2002, by the former Department of Environment and Conservation was overturned after becoming a political issue. Energy, Environment and Climate Change Minister Lily D’Ambrosio says while $880,000 will be spent protecting the base of the cliff DELWP will also have a closer look at “engineering solutions” to prevent further erosion of the beach and cliff (“Beach ‘repairs’ could cost $4m” The News 31/10/17).

Under pressure: As debris is washed away from cumbling cliffs at Mt Martha Beach North the gap between beach boxes and the cliff widens. The cliffs are also inching closer to the Esplanade.

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Storm adds power to new push for marina Continued from Page 1 “Maybe the current councillors can … change the planning overlay and finally have some vision for a sport that caters for juniors, youth, those with disabilities – and all of those for a lifetime. “Port Phillip is underdeveloped and [is] Victoria’s next big thing: If only for some real vision.” In February 2010 councillors voted against amending the planning scheme which would have given allowed the marina to be built. The yacht club’s then-commodore, Tony Donnellan, reported he was “disappointed” with the shire’s knockback, and that the club had promoted the marina project as a way to “make the harbour safe”. But he said he was heartened that the state government had agreed to redevelop the pier and install the wave screens, many of which were washed away from the pier during winter 2016. The replacement concrete wave screens survived last week’s storm, although temporary hand rails were left bent and twisted on the pier. Speaking after meeting with councillors on Wednesday, Mr Jackson said the club would consider its options and possibly push for changes to the area’s planning overlay to make it easier for the marina to be built. He said this would require a shift from a conservation focus to a recreation focus. “There’s a different mindset now and we hope the council can clear the way,” Mr Jackson said. “The council doesn’t want the area to be over-developed, but we need flat water.” Mr Jackson said the pier should have been extended a further 50 metres. “It will be interesting to see what happens with the new wave panels.” The mayor Cr Payne said any developments sought by the club “would be judged on their merits”. He agreed changes would need to be made to the overlay before work could progress on an improved marina plan. “To change the planning overlay they would need to put a submission to the council which would then go to the [planning] minister,” he said. “They haven’t finalised what they want yet, but that’s a bit further down the track. They would need to get the overlay done first.”

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WAVES (right) crash over Mornington pier during the latest storms which left three boats on the beach and broken handrails at the end of the pier which is yet to be fitted with new concrete wave screens. Pictures: Adam Richmond (main) and Keith Platt


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Flinders swimmers pip Padua after 28 years

AFTER playing catch up to Padua Secondary College at the Southern Independent Schools swimming carnivals for the past 28 years, Flinders Christian College finally emerged victorious in Division A last week. “It was a fantastic achievement and our swimming squad has worked so hard for this great achievement,” marketing head Monica Wulff said. Placings and overall points were: Flinders 739.5, Padua 714, St Francis Xavier 610, Woodleigh 568.5, Cornish 533 and Berwick 251. Flinders College staff and coaches couldn’t hide their excitement at the win, jumping and cartwheeling into the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre pool – and spreading their excitement to the students. Picture: Supplied

CEO cruise makes gifts list Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire CEO Carl Cowie has now listed a Mediterranean cruise he and his wife took as guests of businessman Lindsay Fox on the shire’s gifts register. Mr Cowie has previously maintained that he did not need to register the cruise as it was made during his annual leave and at no cost to the shire. In a statement issued late Friday afternoon Mr Cowie repeated that he attended the seven-day cruise in July 2016 “in a private capacity”. Mr Cowie and his wife were guests aboard the liner Seabourn Odyssey as it sailed from Athens, Greece, to Venice, Italy. Widely recognised as Mr Fox’s “conception party” in July 2016, the cruise came months before Mr Fox’s

80th birthday which was celebrated in April 2017 at Montalto Vineyard and Olive Grove, Red Hill South. Mr Fox – generally regarded as one of the peninsula’s most high profile property owners – chartered the Seabourn Odyssey. The ship costs about $200,000 a day to charter and can carry more than 450 passengers. Mr Fox’s guests included actor Hugh Jackman, TV personality and Collingwood Football Club president Eddie McGuire, retail billionaire Solomon Lew and his Premier Investments CEO Mark McInnes, mining magnates Gina Rinehart and Andrew Forrest, former Crown Casino boss and horse breeder Lloyd Williams, the Pratt family and politicians Bill Kelty and Jeff Kennett. Several of the cruise guests own property on the peninsula. The shire’s Gifts, Benefits and Hos-

pitality policy states: “Gifts, benefits and hospitality received must not create a real or perceived sense of obligation that may lead to a perception of preference or conflict.” Written in the third person, Friday’s “Statement from the CEO” said: “From the outset, [Mr Cowie] has been transparent about the trip. “In addition to releasing further details of the cruise in January this year, he has now also declared the activity on the shire’s gifts register. “Mr Cowie is completely satisfied that accepting the invitation to travel on the cruise has not compromised his position as chief executive officer and will not compromise his position in the future.” The statement also quoted the mayor Cr Bryan Payne as praising Mr Cowie’s decision “for formally listing the cruise on the gifts register as being

consistent with the chief executive officer’s responsibilities under the Staff Code of Conduct”. While Mr Cowie has previously called publicity over his trip “a distraction”, Cr Payne saw it as “a real topic”. A former municipal CEO himself, Cr Payne told The News earlier this year that he would not have accepted Mr Fox’s invitation. In Friday’s statementm Cr Payne said he “accepts Mr Cowie’s reasons for deciding to declare the cruise on the gifts register and looks forward to continuing to work alongside the chief executive officer delivering services to the local community”. When contacted by The News Cr Payne said he did not know if Mr Cowie gifts register listing included an estimate of the value of the cruise. “I’ll be interested to see myself,” Cr Payne said.

Mr Cowie’s decision to register the cruise comes just over a month before councillors decide whether or not to advertise the $400,000 CEO position. Mr Cowie’s contract ends in November and under its terms he must be told six months’ ahead if the job is to be advertised. Revelations in The News about the Fox cruise led to councillors making the gifts register available to the public and reviewing the “definitions” of words used in the Gifts, Benefits and Hospitality Policy “to ensure that any ambiguity is addressed in a clear and meaningful manner”. Earlier this month councillors hired a consultant to help with their review of Mr Cowie’s performance and pay. The gifts registers are publicly available by contacting the shire’s governance team on 1300 850 600 to arrange an appointment for inspection.

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THREE more people have been arrested as investigations continue into the death of a 31-year-old Mt Waverley man in Rosebud last year. NSW police arrested a man, 25, and woman, 30, in Smithfield, Monday night 16 April, and Victoria police arrested and charged a 46-yearold Rosebud man on Thursday 19 April. The two men have been charged with murder and the woman with being an accessory to murder. This follows the arrest of a 30-year-old man following a house siege in Ocean Street, Rosebud, Monday 4 September. He was charged with one count of murder and three counts of conduct endangering life and remanded to appear at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court in August. The couple arrested in NSW were extradited to Victoria and remanded in custody to appear in court at a later date. The Rosebud man appeared at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court, Friday, and was also remanded in custody. The shooting allegedly occurred on Eastbourne Road, Sunday 3 September. The victim was found in the passenger seat of a car with a gunshot wound to his head about 8pm. He was taken to hospital but died the next night. Police say they have spoken to several other people who are continuing to assist with inquiries. Their investigation remains ongoing. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or file a confidential report at crimestoppersvic.com.au

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DETECTIVES are hoping to speak to a man, pictured, after a car was allegedly broken into at an oval on Edward Street, Somerville, about 5-6pm, Thursday 12 April. Personal items were stolen, including a bank card which was later

began sparking on the road. The bike rolled to a stop and the 29-year-old rider fell off. Police found him to be disqualified from driving. He also tested positive for methamphetamine use and his bike was impounded for 30 days. While inspecting the bike police said they found a switch had been installed to turn off the number plate light, which they allege he did while evading them. The man will be summonsed to appear at Frankston Magistrates’ Court to face charges including driving while disqualified, evading police, drug driving, altering number plates, using an unsafe motor vehicle and speed dangerous.

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Slow rider’s fall A SEAFORD motorbike rider who allegedly sped away from Somerville highway patrol came to an embarrassing halt when his chain came off causing him to roll to a stop. He then fell off. Police said they attempted to intercept the bike in Brunel Road just before 2am, Monday 16 April, when they noticed that blue tape on the number plate. The rider sped off, allegedly reaching 148kph in the 60kph zone, before the chain came off and

A SOMERVILLE highway patrol nightshift crew on “hoon” patrol in Noble Park, Friday 6 April, nabbed a black Mustang (or “Pony” car) and a white Mitsubishi 380 allegedly racing each other at more than 130kph in an 80kph zone. The cars were impounded and towed to the Preston impound yard for a minimum of 30 days, with release fees of around $1000 each. Two 20-year-old men – one from Chelsea Heights and the other from Springvale – are expected to be charged on summons with a variety of offences, including driving at a speed/manner dangerous and participating in a time trial. “If you are tempted to try out your car against a mate or someone who pulls up next to you and starts revving their engine, take the time to think of the possible consequences for you and other road users,” Somerville highway patrol’s Greg Wolfe said. “Our public roads are not a racetrack. Please drive safely.”

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Fire destroys camper van AN expensive motor home was destroyed by fire while its owner was fishing off the rocks at Mt Martha, Monday 16 April. Mt Martha CFA crews fought the blaze at about 7pm on the Esplanade near Stanley Crescent but were unable to save the van, which was burnt down to its chassis. CFA captain Brian Smith said a cooker may have caught fire before flames spread throughout the interior. It is believed the owner heard the van’s smoke alarm but, by the time he scrambled back to the car park, the fire had taken hold. Its intensity meant he could not reach inside to grab the fire extinguisher.

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THIS sign at Moodah beach, Mt Eliza, clearly shows where optional dress is allowed. Picture: Yanni

nudists frolicking toward the southern end near the Ansett estate beach house, about 300-metres from the designated area. “I noticed about six persons hiding in the bushes at the back of the beach in various locations – some committing lewd acts,” he said. Mr Ferris said he called the police and then the shire to “make an official complaint and request actioning with your by-laws officers”. He said the council brushed off the complaint leaving him with the impression “there was supposedly nothing they could do”. “As a current serving member of Victoria Po-

lice I am, of course, well aware of the offences being committed here. However, I feel a unilateral approach needs to be taken with full council involvement to address this festering problem.” Mr Ferris said he no longer allows his children the visit that part of the beach “not only because of the questions it raises but [because of] their exposure to the seedy atmosphere and overt nudity”. “I implore you councillors to take ownership of this issue on behalf of your many disgruntled constituents and pursue a swift course of action to rectify this ongoing issue.”

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A MT ELIZA beachgoer has had enough of nudists on family beaches away from designated “clothes-optional” areas. Craig Ferris wants Mornington Peninsula Shire Council to draw a line in the sand and fine those breaking the rules. Mr Ferris, a policeman who regularly takes his wife and two young daughters to the southern end of Moondah beach, said he had “absolutely no issue with those who want to get back to nature and do their thing”. But, he says, he takes exception to the “seemingly blase attitude being taken by … those of the naturalist persuasion (sic) who are now venturing around the corner to the southern end of Moondah beach which is completely outside the designated area” and which is signed-posted by the council. Mr Ferris said clothes-optional bathing had “become more prevalent throughout the summer months and is now stretching well into autumn” near the end of Osprey Avenue. “As a concerned parent and proud citizen of Mt Eliza, it pains me to see what is happening to this beautiful family oriented beach,” he stated in a letter to the shire. “In speaking with numerous other parents of school-aged children I find my concerns are justified and experiences not unique.” He said a “typical example” occurred while he was walking his dog and came across several

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Grief inspires creative bubble and a career LONG-TIME Mornington resident Su-Rose McIntyre lost her only child when he was 26 almost a decade ago, after he suffered a long period of mental illness. Now the bereaved mother and qualified grief counsellor is a newly published author of a grief self-help book: The Grief Kaleidoscope: Metaphors for Grief. “Deep grief was a new experience for me as I tried to ride the grief waves as they came rolling in,” she said last week. “I became interested in learning more about what I was going through and the grief process itself.” After gaining a Masters in Counselling university degree she began specialising in grief counselling. As well as this, McIntyre found that her own grief experience fostered a creative bubble within and she felt inspired to write about grief in her own way. In the book, McIntyre explores the changeable nature and guises of grief through 28 different metaphors. “Grief can be likened to a stray cat – we try to shut it out, deny its existence,” she said. “It’s an invisible backpack – it weighs a tonne. It’s like getting caught in a rip – we fear we will drown and never reach shore again.” She seeks to do this creatively and

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sensitively through story, poem and image. The individual reflections are followed by practical tasks and “gentle tips”. Her book aims to provide guidance, comfort and strength to those facing grief in all its forms, such as dealing with a death, coping with a new diagnosis, a disability and carer grief. McIntyre is also a Growing Through Grief workshop facilitator who is hosting single session workshops around grief, as well as short courses. The book is the core text. Her four-week course Growing Through Grief’ will be held at Bentons Square Community Centre,

Mt Martha, 3.30-5pm, Wednesday 16 May. Each participant will receive a copy of The Grief Kaleidoscope . During the course participants will explore the nature of grief, its impact on themselves and their relationships and strategies to manage grief as they move into their “new normal” postloss lives. Details: email sumcintyre@yahoo. com.au or contact Bentons Square Community Centre, Bentons Road, Mt Martha. To buy the book visit Facebook Business Page: Grief Growth Circles or Farrells Bookshop, Mornington. Stephen Taylor

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Tennis club aces skate park plan Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au MT MARTHA Tennis Club has effectively won its match against plans for a skateboard park adjacent to its courts at the corner of Kilburn Grove and the Esplanade. The club was able to claim the higher ground despite Mornington Peninsula Shire threatening to revoke the tennis club’s lease or use planning regulations to compulsory “recover” the land. Early in the game it also had Heritage Victoria barracking from the sidelines, cautioning the shire against building a skatepark on a historic parade ground next to Mt Martha Community House. The contest ground rules were set in 2012 when the shire announced it wanted to provide youngsters in Mt Martha with a skatepark. Several sites were looked at, but the one chosen was squeezed in a dip between the club’s five courts. It was an area also earmarked by the club for expansion. At this stage it is not known if Heritage Victoria will approve a tennis court on the same spot it initially rejected a skatepark. The shire was last week cautious in admitting defeat, with infrastructure strategy and climate change executive manager Davey Smith saying it was “continuing to review its options in relation to the proposed skatepark in Mt Martha”. Cr Bev Colomb was more forthcoming, saying it was “unfortunate”

Breakfast for all A MAN who wants to instigate weekly “prayer breakfasts” throughout Africa is guest speaker at next month’s Ladies Morning Tea at St Marks Anglican Church, Dromana. Stephen Mbogo, from Kenya, the global CEO and international team leader of African Enterprise, has been involved in the South Sudan reconciliation process. He has a PHD in intercultural studies on values and motivations of leadership among politicians says his “vision” is to see weekly prayer breakfasts across Africa. The Mornington tea will be held 10am-midday at St Mark’s, 277 Point Nepean Road, Dromana on Monday, 14 May. Details: Lynne Irving 5985 4666 or Keryn Rivett 59861119.

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Grand slam: Mt Martha Tennis Club has won its long battle to stop Mornington Peninsula Shire building a $850,000 skatepark near its courts.

the skatepark and tennis “could not have shared that site”. The $850,000 skate park remains one of the shire’s capital works projects although no extra money has been allocated in the 2018/19 budget. Cr Colomb said while no formal decision had been made to abandon building the skatepark near the tennis club “there is a need to go back to see if there is somewhere else”. She expected officers to brief councillors on other options “in a couple of weeks’ time”. “It was an unfortunate error that the

land was re-leased to the tennis club and I was saddened that we couldn’t come to an agreement with the club”. “It’s certainly time to move on and the [council] officers are looking at all options,” Cr Colomb said. Tennis club president Ken Davis suggested there was room for a skatepark on a council reserve at the corner of Nepean Highway and Craigie Road, Mt Martha. He said the park was close to houses and near a bus stop. The shire’s new position is a far cry from one it was expressing in March

2017 when property and strategy manager Yasmin Woods expected to get the all clear to start the process to compulsory recover the land it had leased to the shire “in the next two to three months”. Ms Woods admitted she did not know how much compensation the shire would have to pay the club. However, the approval was never given by state Planning Minister Richard Wynne although the shire has never since publicly admitted to being out-played by the tennis club.

THIS year’s Winter Woollies Appeal has started early with a donation of 10 bags of knitted scarves, beanies and mittens lodged at the Hastings branch of the Bendigo Bank. Southern Peninsula Food for All’s secretary Diane Falconer says larger children’s jumpers are also welcome. The appeal has moved away from knitted blankets as younger needy families prefer doonas, which the organisation buys new to ensure freshness. However, the appeal’s big band of knitters would welcome donations of wool. Most Mornington Peninsula branches of the Bendigo Bank will accept donations of wool and finished knitted garments to be collected for Food for All. Items are distributed by St Vincent de Paul Mornington Peninsula Conferences to those identified as in need.

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Play with mental health message SUICIDE prevention charity R U OK? and Health Play will host, Out of the Blue, a play with a message, written by playwright Stig Weymyss, in Rosebud on Saturday. R U OK? ambassador, actor Steve Bastoni, will emcee the afternoon to be held at the Rosebud Secondary College Theatre (Southern Peninsula Arts Centre). “I’m looking forward to hosting Out of the Blue here in my own home town because we all struggle from time-to-time and we need to talk about it more,” Bastoni said. “As someone who has gone through my own tough times - as well as supporting loved ones through theirs - I know how life-changing a heartfelt conversation can be.” R U OK? CEO Brendan Maher said the play’s storyline was “something

all Australian adults will be able to relate to and see themselves in - or their mates - it’s very relatable”. “We hope the play reminds everyone that having a solid social network around you - and mates you can call on when you’re struggling with life’s ups and downs - is something we should all be striving to cultivate more consistently.” The afternoon will also feature a panel discussion from experts in the mental health and suicide prevention fields, including Mr Maher and CEO Mental Health Victoria, Angus Clelland. Out of the Blue is on Saturday 28 April, 1.30pm at the Southern Peninsula Arts Centre, 245 Eastbourne Road, Rosebud. The free event also includes a light lunch. Reserve tickets at : ruok.org.au/events.

Charity’s online mission for views MISSION Australia wants 15-19 year olds from Frankston, Chelsea Mordialloc Mentone and the Mornington Peninsula to get involved with its annual youth survey. The charity says this year’s survey will “delve deeper” into issues around social media, alcohol and drugs, barriers to employment and how young people feel about their community. Mission Australia hopes more than 30,000 young people throughout Australia will complete the survey before the end of July. Last year there

were 4783 respondents in Victoria out of 24,000 nationally. “Victorian participants in 2017 identified alcohol and drugs, equity and discrimination and mental health as the most important issues in Australia today. These were the top three issues identified nationally, however in a different order,” Mission Australia CEO James Toomey said. To take part in the survey, go to missionaustralia.com.au/youthsurvey. The survey closes 31 July with results to be released in late November.

Creative bunch: CWA exhibition entrants Judith Hanna, Amelia Bicknell, Barbara Hunt, Cheryl Umbers and Maggie Holdsworth. Picture: Yanni

Craft on show as CWA marks 90 years JAMS, cakes, crochet, needle work and photography will be among the hotly contested entries at the Country Women’s Association’s creative arts exhibition at the Peninsula Community Theatre next week. They will feature among a wide range of arts, crafts and cookery exhibits from 10am, Saturday and Sunday, 28 and 29 April, at the venue in Wilsons Road, Mornington, as the association celebrates 90 years of service. Market stalls will sell handmade goods. Mornington Peninsula Group president Marnie Turner said the local

branches will “go head to head in what’s always a tight competition”. “The ladies get quite competitive,” she said. “We’re talking about our junior members right through to our over 90s. “The crochet and knitting categories have always been extremely competitive, as have the fruit cakes and scones. In recent years the floral arranging has really taken off and so has the photography.” The CWA has 10 branches on the Mornington Peninsula after opening in Red Hill and Somerville last year. Three branches meet in the evening

and seven during the day. “We continue to see younger women joining us,” Ms Turner said. “At its core the association is about friendship. “It’s about women supporting women as well as advocating within our communities and giving back.” She invites visitors to “come along, grab a scone and chat about the association’s achievements and how you could be involved!” Entry is $5; children Under 14 free with accompanying adult. Details: CWAMorningtonPeninsula on Facebook or call 0409 140 508.

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Close to home ‘chemo’ a comfort MARGARET Wood was caravanning around Queensland when she experienced sharp pains on the right side of her stomach. “I thought it must be my appendix, I better go to the hospital,” said Margaret. “That’s when I found out I had bowel cancer and spots on my lungs and liver.” One month later, she was back in Victoria having life-saving surgery at Frankston Hospital. “They removed part of my bowel and I spent 16 days in hospital recovering before starting chemotherapy.” The Rosebud resident of 23 years was relieved to be able to have chemotherapy close to home at Rosebud Hospital. Demand continues to grow for our chemotherapy service, which is why Peninsula Health is asking the community to Take a Break for Cancer and raise funds to expand cancer services on the Peninsula. This will ensure more people like Margaret have access to fast diagnosis, fast treatment, and the care and support they need, close to home. “Every three weeks I had intravenous chemotherapy – however that was making me terribly

sick.” “I’m now doing this new chemo with the bottles, where I wear that around my neck at home for 48 hours. I come in to the Chemotherapy Unit twice a week for blood tests and to make sure everything is working.” The chemotherapy and surgery have worked so well that Margaret recently received some very good news from her oncologist. “I had a CT scan and the shadows on my liver are still there but they’re like empty shells, so the cancer is gone. The spots on my lung were fairly insignificant and they’re gone as well.” The great-grandmother is encouraging others to get behind Take a Break for Cancer. “It’s good to do whatever you can to support the hospital – whether it’s volunteering or making a donation to help expand the cancer services here. It is such a big saving to a lot of people to have the care they need close to home.” Take a Break for Cancer today by hosting your own fundraising event or making a donation online. http://www.peninsulahealth.org.au/takeabreak


AGL set to seek approvals Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au

About 40 gas ships like this one off Flinders will visit Western Port every year if AGL is given the go ahead for a floating gas conversion terminal at Crib Point. Picture: Keith Platt

POWER supplier AGL expects to apply this month for regulatory approvals to moor a floating gas import terminal at Crib Point. If given the go ahead, the company would bring the first gas ashore in about two years – in time for winter 2020. AGL last week said environmental studies were “almost finalised” and it was “well advanced” in the process to lease an FSRU (floating storage and regasification unit) and source gas. The liquefied natural gas (LNG) would be shipped to Western Port and then heated to turn it into gas before being fed into a pipeline for the domestic market. Once operating, the FSRU would receive LNG from about 40, 290 metre long gas ships a year. The studies and planning to import gas by AGL have included public consultations which, in turn, have raised alarm over safety and threats to the environment. AGL has given assurances that all steps will be taken to ensure the floating gas plant is non-polluting and is made as safe as possible. It says the “worst case scenario” of a one kilometre radius vapour cloud would require “some sort of catastrophic failure of the hull and all safety systems … has never occurred and is thought to be highly unlikely”. Western Port was chosen by AGL as being the most feasible for a gas terminal over Port Adelaide in South Australia and Port Kembla in New South Wales. “The tender processes are contingent on AGL making a financial investment decision on the project by early 2018/2019,” strategic

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“Those that argue about the temperatures continuously being in a state of flux need to know that this will be a continuous flow of colder water and a radical change in the overall temperature of the waters flowing between French Island and Woolley’s Beach will take place. “To say this will not affect all life in the bay one way or another is to be purposefully irresponsible about the delicate and exclusive marine ecology of Western Port.” While agreeing with AGL that the threat of an explosion is small, the authors say it would result in a one kilometre radius fireball. “Imagine if this were to happen on a summer’s day, when the temperature is in the late 30s and everything is dry and combustible without even coming into contact with flames. And this is without mentioning the destruction of the shockwave which occurs with such a giant explosion.” Ms van Rood and Ms Sands say water could be polluted by chemicals used to preserve “seawater pipes from biofouling”. “Besides these environmental risks, it is worrying that the Victorian government supports a gas infra-structure like this current project of AGL’s … [while] new research reveals that In the long run gas is just as bad as coal, with its methane by-product, which heats up the atmosphere even more quickly than the CO2 of coal.” Rod Knowles said he and many other Crib Point residents “are concerned about [AGL’s] proposal, particularly from the environmental and fire danger perspectives”. “When I wrote a report on the meeting to Crib Point residents via the Crib Point Community Notice Board on Facebook, over 50 residents voiced their concerns and disapproval,” Mr Knowles said.

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projects community relations manager Jay Gleeson said last week. The proposal has also highlighted government tax policies which make it cheaper for gas to be imported, even though Australia is one of the world’s two largest exporters. Although Victoria produces more gas than it uses from fields in Bass Strait, the LNG would be imported from elsewhere in Australia and overseas. Hastings MP Liberal Neale Burgess last year warned that AGL’s proposal closely follows “a push to locate a coal-to-hydrogen industry onto the shores of Western Port at Hastings” ” (“Secret deal for toxic plan – MP” The News 17/1/17). His prediction was proved correct last week when the federal Liberal government and Victoria’s Labor government announce they would be contributing $100 million towards a four-year pilot coal-to-hydrogen project that will see hydrogen gas trucked to a plant at Hastings to be liquefied before being shipped to Japan (“Parties unite over power” The News 17/4/18). Neither Mr Burgess nor his federal Liberal counterpart, Flinders MP Greg Hunt, responded last week when asked by The News if they favoured AGL’s proposal for Crib Point. Crib Point residents Candy van Rood and Amy Sands believe AGL’s gas plan threatens animals and birds living in Western Port and Crib Point’s “pristine environment”. “The process needed to turn the liquid gas into its gaseous form for consumers to use as energy employs local sea water to circulate through the plant which then gets released back into the bay 6°C cooler than its original temperature,” the two wrote in an article submitted to The News.

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AN HOME OF OUTSTANDING QUALITY WITH MESMERISING BAY VIEWS SET on more than 2000 square metres of land, and with views that encompass Safety Beach through to Port Phillip Heads, this remarkable home must surely rank as one of the most impressive properties on the Mornington Peninsula. Wrapped in imported ancient Indian limestone, professionally cut, polished and laid, the resulting exterior provides a luxurious robust look that will stand the test of time. The stone includes fossils that are visible on an internal feature wall, and as you move from ground level to upstairs you will be instantly drawn to the breathtaking floor to ceiling windows that overlook the solar and gas heated infinity pool and spa out on the tiled terrace. Lashings of natural light positively gleams off the handsome black butt timber floors that sweep throughout a magnificent kitchen and the two large adjoining living areas. Demonstrating a stylish yet highly practical design, the kitchen has an inviting 6 metre island bench, multiple ovens, induction cooktop, dual sinks, and an attractive feature marble tile wall. Three bedrooms include the opulent master suite which opens out to the terrace, there is a separate study and a luxurious main bathroom plus powder room. A hydronic heating system throughout the home keeps everyone and everything comfortable, and for added ambience there is a gas log fire to the formal lounge and dining room. The master bedroom and study have air-conditioning with the remainder of the upstairs zone featuring evaporative cooling. The air-conditioned lower level offers self-contained guest accommodation that includes two bedrooms, a kitchen, living area, bathroom and laundry. Accessible from the lower level terrace and the enormous garage complex, this versatile downstairs section offers that extra dimension to the property as a corporate retreat or executive holiday rental. The high-span garage will comfortably house up to four vehicles and in addition there are excellent storage options throughout the property with two store-rooms, sub-floor basement and a workshop with three phase power. Substantial off-street parking will also cater to several vehicles and there is secure storage for a boat or caravan.n

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ADDRESS: 80 Bradford Road, MOUNT MARTHA FOR SALE: Expressions of Interest closing Wednesday 2nd May 2018 DESCRIPTION: 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 5 car AGENT: Steve Walsh 0407 789 877 - One Agency Peninsula INSPECT: By Appointment mpnews.com.au

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Mornington 9/47 Spray Street

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Not Docklands. Not Southbank. Right here in beautiful Mornington. Where city style, security and utter convenience meets seaside lifestyle. Truly described as a hidden gem, this townhouse apartment is bathed in natural light, features neutral tones and showcases the very best in modern living; stainless steel appliances and stone bench tops, reverse cycle heating & cooling, security touchpad / video intercom to main entrance, secure roller door to basement garage with 2 car spaces, personal cage storage and lobby entrance. On the doorstep to sensational beaches and bustling and cosmopolitan Main Street, seize this outstanding opportunity to invest in this prime piece of Mornington real estate. Perfectly positioned to the rear of this exclusive complex, and with its own private courtyard, this contemporary haven will not be a secret for long.

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That’s all you need to do! This family home has been tastefully renovated and just needs your furniture to complete your dream! Boasting 4 bedrooms and 2 living areas, this property has been dressed to impress with new light fittings, window furnishings and a wonderfully refurbished kitchen and bathroom that defines clean lines and contemporary living. Totally painted throughout, further features include stainless steel appliances to the kitchen, split system heating and cooling, a perfect mix of polished hardwood timber floors & sumptuous carpet, elegant freestanding bath and fitted front loading washing machine. With a fabulous al fresco area adjoining a great backyard for the children to play, this home will tick the boxes for even the most fastidious of buyer.

For Sale $590,000-$649,000

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Mornington Lot 2/20 Napier Street

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Old World Charm with Ample Space This double storey distinguished home has been built with yesteryear in mind. As you enter this home, there is a sweeping staircase to the left, with a formal lounge and bay window to the right. Parquetry flooring flows from the entry into the formal dining, meals area & family room. A blackwood timber kitchen is adjacent with wall oven, built-in microwave, gas hotplates, built-in deep fryer and bbq grill, plus a large butler’s pantry, perfect for the cook of the family. A large rumpus room has access out onto a spacious undercover outdoor area with built-in kitchen & barbecue, ideal for entertaining. Upstairs there are three large bedrooms, two bathrooms and an attic hideaway. Also features an enormous garage (6 car), a workshop or studio, on land of approx 895m2. Walk to Fishermans Beach, trendy Lilo cafe, or take a leisurely stroll to cosmopolitan Main Street. What a great place to call home!

For Sale $1,000,000-$1,100,000

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Mount Martha 6 Bannie Lane

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Room to Move, Space to Breathe With 6269sqm of wonderful space at your disposal, this magnificent lifestyle property will make all your dreams come true. Offering enough expanse for your own footy oval or cricket pitch, an enticing solar heated in-ground pool plus a spa incorporated into a huge, weather-proof alfresco, this estate features sought after levels of privacy in its quiet cul-de-sac location. A quality 4 bedroom plus study Mt. Gambier limestone residence is central to the many great features of this property.

For Sale $1,650,000-$1,750,000

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Safety Beach 11 Seahaven Way

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Stylish Single Level Seaside Living The sea change you have dreamt about awaits with this as new 4 bedroom family home situated in sought after Hidden Harbour. Presented to impress and definitely priced to sell! Features include spacious open plan living with high raked ceilings, stunning kitchen with 900mm stainless steel appliances, stone bench tops, a huge butler’s pantry and four generous size bedrooms plus a separate home office or study. Sliding doors from the main living open directly onto the undercover outdoor entertaining area all overlooking the beautifully landscaped grounds. Gas ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling, an abundance of storage and 24 hour back to base security monitoring all add to this home’s appeal.

For Sale $795,000-$845,000

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Safety Beach 22 The Cove All - Room for the Largest of Families!

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With 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms spread over 3 levels every family member will find their own space in this enormous family home. 35 squares of living plus a further 8 squares of sundrenched terrace and balcony areas capture the bay and rural views that can never be built out. Zoned living areas include a fully self contained lower level with separate access ideal for extended families and guests. Stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances, split system heating & cooling and stacker doors opening onto the outdoor alfresco area all add to this home’s appeal. Stroll along the boardwalk to one of For Sale $895,000-$955,000 the Peninsula’s finest beaches, enjoy a snack at the Martha Cove cafe or sit back on the outdoor entertaining area and soak up all that Martha Cove has to offer.

For Sale $895,000-$955,000

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Mornington 5 Kenworthy Rise Rise And Shine, This Is A Family Goldmine! Substantial 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom home featuring hinterland views and a substantial deck with a 6-seater outdoor spa. Features 3 living rooms, a powder room and a cul-de-sac address. Ground-floor living, 4 upstairs bedrooms, stone and stainless steel kitchen with gas cooktop, Miele dishwasher and walk-in pantry. Deck with windproof sun blinds, master with WIR and stone-topped ensuite, remote double garage with internal access. Also includes ducted heating, split system air-con, Foxtel, mirrored BIRs, a stone-topped family bathroom, a garden shed, under-stair storage and more.

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JUST LISTED

Mount Martha 8/2a Bentons Road

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Townhouse By The Sea With A Bay View Premium 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom townhouse, 1 door back from the Esplanade with first-floor bay glimpses. Walk to the foreshore track, Birdrock Beach, bus stops and the local cafÊ. Includes mirror-tinted windows, a sea-viewing balcony, living rooms on both levels and a freshly painted façade. No adjoining house walls, only an adjoining garage wall. Stainless steel appliances, powder room, full laundry. Courtyard, remote double garage with internal access, 2 parking spaces in front, ducted heating, split system air-con, mirrored BIRs and a generous semi-ensuite with separate bath tub and corner shower.

Price $680,000 - $720,000 View Saturday 10:30-11:00am www.harcourts.com.au/VMG27493 Carolyn Cooley M 0430 132 712 P 03 5970 8000 carolyn.cooley@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 P 03 5970 8000 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

JUST LISTED

Mornington 4/100 Tanti Avenue

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Secure And Sweet Beachside Retreat

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1 bedroom, 1 bathroom (plus a studio) villa walking distance to Main Street and the beach. Ideal first home, downsizer or investment. Low-maintenance, private courtyard, at the rear of 4 villas. Features spacious open-plan living, bedroom with mirrored BIR, a fully renovated bathroom/laundry and an insulated garage converted into a studio. At the end of a long driveway, largest footprint in the complex with a plumbed shed plus extra outdoor space. Potential to create a 2nd bedroom. Includes split system heating/cooling in the villa and studio, new flooring, s/steel appliances, a lovely front garden and offstreet parking.

Price $500,000 - $550,000 View Saturday 12:00-12:30pm www.harcourts.com.au/VMG27573 Kara James M 0412 939 224 P 03 5970 8000 kara.james@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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Safety Beach 4/247 Dromana Parade Paradise By The Sea Luxury townhouse steps to the beach with premium Airbnb potential (7% Return), private bay and foreshore views plus an exclusive domain name. Features 3 outdoor living areas, 2 ensuited Super King bedrooms, a deluxe stone & s/steel kitchen with European-designed appliances and a lavish master suite. Walk to Provincia and the Safety Beach Sailing Club. Polished Jarrah floorboards, double glazed windows, high ground-floor ceilings. Master bedroom with private terrace, large robe and ensuite with freestanding spa bath. Also includes a powder room, heating/air-con, solar panels, security and remote double garage.

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Price $780,000-$850,000 View Saturday 12:30-1:00pm www.harcourts.com.au/VMG27534 Carolyn Cooley M 0430 132 712 P 03 5970 8000 carolyn.cooley@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 P 03 5970 8000 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

Mornington 1-3/33 MacDonald Grove Coastal Inspired Townhouses Brand new, coast-inspired luxury townhouses 450m (approx) to Main Street, 3 mins to the beach. 3 stunning designs (2 x 3 Bedroom and 1 x 4 Bedroom), each with 2 bathrooms plus a powder room, ground-floor master suite, 2 living, Merbau decks. Striking contemporary-coastal facades. Buy off the plan and save on stamp duty! Open-plan, ground-floor stone kitchen, living and meals, Smeg appliances. Engineered timber floors, premium carpet, BIRs, master with WIR and FES. Remote double garage with internal access, ducted heating, split system air-con on both levels and low-maintenance courtyards.

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Price $1,000,000 - $1,100,000 View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au/VMG27523 Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 P 03 5970 8000 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au Lauren Wild M 0413 487 179 P 03 5970 8000 lauren.wild@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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MAKE THE SWITCH

Switching the management of your investment property is easy - you don't have to wait until the end of a fixed term and all it takes is one simple phone call. STEP ONE - Call us on 03 5970 8000 or SMS "Switch" to 0426 815 704 STEP TWO - Now sit back and do nothing – seriously. You will continue to receive your investment income as usual. Congratulations, You are now in the hands of the trusted team at Harcourts Mornington.

P 03 5970 8000 E shae.trewin@harcourts.com.au E ainsley.wescott@harcourts.com.au W www.mornington.harcourts.com.au A Suite 2, 1A Main Street, Mornington, 3931

NEW LISTING

Mornington 22 Melinga Crescent

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Welcome to the Neigbourhood On the market for the first time in almost 40 years this delightful 3-bedroom BV property is ready to welcome you to the neighbourhood! Perfectly positioned on a 589m2 (approx.) corner block just footsteps to shops, schools and parkland, this much-loved home is presented in original but immaculate condition with fantastic potential to add your personal touches. The floorplan comprises a light and bright main living area, galley-style kitchen with gas cooking & adjacent meals area, 3 sunny bedrooms all with built-in robes, served by a full family bathroom with a separate 2-way WC and laundry. Step outside to a lovely undercover paved alfresco area where you can relax or entertain friends and family on summer evenings while the kids run around the neatly landscaped backyard. Extra features include 2 gas wall heaters, A/C unit, linen press, garden shed and a separate 1.5 lockup garage. Tthis is exactly what first time buyers and investors are looking for so don’t delay, call now to arrange your inspection before it’s too late!

Price $500,000 - $550,000 View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Grant Kersley M 0418 516 536 P 03 5977 7110 grant.kersley@harcourts.com.au Sandra Barling M 0419 631 179 P 03 5977 7110 sandra.barling@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Somerville 1 Eramosa Road East

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NEW LISTING

D L SO Somerville 142 Eramosa Road West

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Llandow Set on 2 ¼ acres, here is a home that will instantly capture your heart and imagination. On the market for the first time in almost 20 years ‘Llandow’’ is one of the area’s most iconic and historic properties. Originally presiding over 400 acres and owned by the Gallus family, the original solid brick homestead has been renovated to offer an enviable family lifestyle home complete with swimming pool, vast outdoor entertaining space, a tennis court and extensive shedding to suit a multitude of home business options. With all its classic elegance preserved, the residence offers multiple living spaces for both formal & casual occasions; all enhanced by ornate cornices, rich timber panelling and a roaring open fireplace. The original country kitchen flows out to a sunny patio and the pool area, where there is an extensive outdoor kitchen with bar and a poolside gazebo that is guaranteed to make you the envy of your friends and family. The four bedrooms all have built-in robes; the master suite has an external door and the guest bedroom opens to a private deck. All bedrooms share the original family bathroom with a second bathroom featuring to the updated laundry. Extra appointments include ducted heating & refrigerated cooling, 30 solar panels and an alarm system. Externally there are sprawling gardens and beautiful established native trees that house a delightful treehouse and playground, with extensive sheds including a workshop with power, artist’s studio with 3-phase power and additional storage sheds. If you’ve been searching for acreage in a central location, with endless possibilities and a lifestyle the whole family will love, then don’t delay.

For Sale

Price $1,500,000 - $1,600,000 View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Sandra Barling M 0419 631 179 P 03 5977 7110 sandra.barling@harcourts.com.au Grant Kersley M 0418 516 536 P 03 5977 7110 grant.kersley@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Somerville 1 Eramosa Road East

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Lifestyle Opportunity

20 MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON

BE CK QUI LING SEL ST FA

Luxurious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in the heart of Main Street Bay views from rooftop and selected apartments Private rooftop terrace Contact: Russell Murphy High end appliances included throughout 0407 839 184 Large private terraces available russell.murphy@abodemtmartha.com.au Anticipated completion November 2018 www.abodemtmartha.com.au

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160M2 approx Large wrap around balcony Spacious living / meals area High quality finishes & fittings

88M2 approx Spacious outside courtyard Secure ground floor apartment Generous bedrooms with walk in/ built in robes

Russell Murphy

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INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT

Licensed Estate Agent M: 0407 839 184

Licensed Estate Agent M: 0407 839 184

INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT

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Mt Eliza $125,000 + SAV _____________________________________________________________ GOLDEN MT ELIZA OPPORTUNITY Centrally located within Mt Eliza village Long established business with strong regular clientele * Easily run business for single operator * Great long term lease with market rent * Priced to sell all your property management you with * *

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

Somerville Auction this Saturday

Auction

8 One Chain Road, Somerville A renovation sensation with frontage to a quiet cul-de-sac, this stylish single-level residence with a fabulous entertaining deck offers a superb living environment and fantastic walkability to Somerville village shops, schools, transport and recreation facilities. Offering a floorplan of up to four fitted bedrooms, or three and a children’s retreat, this easy-living, light-lavished home with separate living and dining, double shower ensuite and glamourous main bathroom is paradise for a family starting out, downsizers who desire convenience or astute investors. With Somerville ever increasing in popularity for young families, this stunning home offers wonderful liveability and convenience.

Auction 28th April 11.00am Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A4 B2 C2

Mornington

Auction

9 Wensley Close, Mornington Embracing quality and easy living, this single-level 3/4 bedroom, 2-bathroom residence is defined by quality finishes and contemporary fashion in a quiet residential setting on the edge of Warilda Reserve. The interior reflects the modern ideals of zoned living and seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining for a relaxed and inviting lifestyle backdropped by a north-facing garden with expansive entertaining terrace. Features formal and casual living, wellappointed kitchen, study/4th bedroom, ensuite, ducted heating, split-system air conditioning and a double garage with rear roller door in a sought-after lifestyle location close to parks, schools, buses and Bentons Square.

Auction 19th May 11.00am Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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

Mount Martha

Auction

15 Elspeth Circuit, Mount Martha You can’t help but feel relaxed coming home to this single-level three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence with its streaming natural light, zoned living and seamless indoor-outdoor entertaining. A great contender for a family looking to secure a place in coveted Mount Martha or empty nesters looking to scale down, the home even offers a work from home solution with a hairdressing studio or large office/4th bedroom. The location within minutes of Bentons Square, schools and parks adds to the irresistible equation! Features double remote garage, dual driveways, heating and air conditioning.

Auction 19th May 12.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A4 B2 C2 Mount Martha

Aution

57 Ian Road, Mount Martha Exclusively situated on Mt Martha Hill, this two-storey three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom plus a study north-facing residence bordering Sheoak Creek cuts a striking contemporary profile with lovely views over bush to glimpses of the bay. Featuring three separate living zones and two-levels of wrap-around entertaining decks, this modern family residence is a wonderful place to call home where the beach front beckons minutes away and cosmopolitan Mt Martha Village and schools are nearby. With lofty cathedral ceilings and fashionable modern flooring, the home also hosts a spacious kitchen with breakfast bar, study/4th bedroom and main bedroom with WIR and stylish ensuite.

Auction 19th May 1.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Sale 4

4/4 Beach Grove, Mornington This contemporary townhouse features bright and spacious living in this most sought-after Mornington beachside location. Walk to boutique shopping on Main Street, enjoy cafes and fine dining, stroll to the beach - this location has it all. Comprising 4 bedrooms including master on ground floor, 2 living areas, double garage & spacious private courtyard.

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Andrew Jones

$1,250,000 - $1,350,000

0419 339 995 5973 2804 andrew.jones@raywhite.com

View: Sat 3-3.30pm

raywhitemornington.com

Sale 4 Blackwood Court, Mount Martha This exceptionally large 1371m2 block offers a superb opportunity for you to build your dream family home with ample space for a pool and shed. Positioned in a highly sought -after location surrounded by quality properties and close to Shopping Centre, schools, parkland and an easy commute to the beach, vacant land of this size is certainly getting harder to find.

For Sale

Andrew Jones

$780,000 - $850,000

0419 339 995 5973 2804 andrew.jones@raywhite.com

View: By Appointment

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PRIVATE SALE 4 Hull Road, Mount Martha 4

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2330m2 approx

Panoramic bay & city views. A stylish, custom built home with a northerly aspect. Exceptional master-suite, dressing room, ensuite & spa. Light-filled formal lounge & dining area, open plan kitchen, breakfast room plus 2 additional large living areas. Wide, covered balcony with bay & city views. Newly carpeted. Walk to village & beaches.

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$1,560,000 - $1,690,000

Sat 1.00-1.30pm

Pranas Kriauza 0413 337 395 Mornington 5975 5444

Mount Eliza SMS 77575 to

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Newly renovated throughout Secure car parking Huge open plan living, dining, kitchen with adjoining decking on 648m2 (approx)

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open to view Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm $730,000 - $800,000 Dena Kibblewhite 0404 406 740

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List with one, sell with all

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Great estate agents

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

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$1,070,000 - $1,175,000 open to view as advertised online or by appointment

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MOUNT MARTHA 4 Octagonal Way ● Resort-style home with swimming pool & spa

● 5 bedrooms and 3 modern bathrooms

● Main house with 3BR, 2 living, 2 bath, study & kitchen

● Contemporary kitchen with Asko appliances & duel ovens

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$1,650,000 - $1,800,000 open to view as advertised online or by appointment

● Elegant family home with 3 living areas

Mornington Peninsula

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Awarded #1 Office of the Year 2015 and 2016

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

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MOUNT ELIZA 1 Rugby Court

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AUCTION Saturday 12th May at 11.30am open to view Contact Agent ● A significant land holding in Mount Eliza’s exclusive Ranelagh Estate ● 2027 sqm (approx.) beachside allotment with native gardens ● Graeme Gunn designed home, 3 street frontages Mornington Peninsula

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Jarrod Carman 0423 144 102 Licensed Estate Agent

Jarrod Carman | 0423 144 102 Tony Ladiges | 0414 905 873

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AGENTS CHOICE

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TRANQUIL SEMI-RURAL HAVEN THIS handsome ranch-style home is set on a private tree-lined block measuring 4991 square metres, and at about 20 minutes drive from Main Street, Mornington, is an astounding option to get the space you are looking for. The large home has several living areas with a fine formal lounge boasting the ambience of a wood heater, and to the central family zone is under floor heating and air-conditioning. Incorporated into the space is a striking timber kitchen with parquetry floors and a range of appliances include a dishwasher and a wall oven. Opening from the meals area is a paved patio with vergola roof and a pleasant water feature. The master bedroom comprises a built-in wardrobe and the ensuite has a spa bath; two more bedrooms also have built-in robes and share the spacious main bathroom. To the north wing is a versatile area which includes the double garage under roof line and a rumpus room with bar, there are two utility rooms and the laundry. To the rear boundary is handy mechanics shed with power. Already a well-established property with good fencing, outbuildings and landscaping, the opportunities are here to create the ultimate family retreat with the addition of a pool or larger entertainment area (STCA).n

HOME ESSENTIALS

Jarod Joseph

Sally Gray

Charlotte Rowe

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ADDRESS: 203 Hendersons Road, HASTINGS FOR SALE: $980,000 - $1,050,000 DESCRIPTION: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 car AGENT: Tammy Coady 0408 562 286 Barry Plant Real Estate, 172 Main Street, Mornington, 5975 4999

Great estate agents

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

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Contact Agent for Price open to view as advertised online or by appointment ● Impeccable 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom townhouse, tucked at the rear of three ● Light-filled living and dining flowing to western alfresco courtyard, double garage ● Stone kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, open study with tree-top views Mornington Peninsula

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Jake Egan | 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook | 0419 300 515

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PROUD MEMBERS

A Fresh Approach to Real Estate

St Andrews Beach

Rye Ocean Beach

369 Sandy Road

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MCCRAE 1A Cowley Street

$600,000 - $660,000 open to view as advertised or by appointment

$900,000 - $990,000 open to view as advertised or by appointment

● Positioned on a generous 1278 sqm (appox.)

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MORNINGTON 743a Nepean Highway

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● Sun-drenched alfresco area via 2 sets of sliding doors

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

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$800,000 - $880,000 open to view as advertised or by appointment

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MORNINGTON 3/29 Fulton Avenue

● Exceptional home with glimpses of Port Philip Bay

● Immaculate & private unit in quiet group of only 4 ● Spacious kitchen, master with walk-through robe & semi-ensuite Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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MOUNT MARTHA 3/610 Esplanade

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$540,000 - $590,000 open to view as advertised or by appointment

● Large kitchen with walk in pantry & stone benchtops

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● Superb location, walk to the beach & Dava Drive Shops

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

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$770,000 - $830,000 open to view as advertised or by appointment

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

● Stunning 3-bedroom apartment right on the Esplanade

● Luxurious, architecturally designed home ● City and bay views on both levels Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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MOUNT MARTHA 54 Finlayson Avenue

● Light & spacious living area flowing to private courtyard ● 2 luxurious bathrooms, 2 car spaces & storage

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● Two light-filled living areas, stone & timber kitchen Joel Hood | 0429 886 188 Adrian Calcedo | 0402 703 236

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● Walk to the Esplanade & Dava Drive shops

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● Deluxe brand-new house with sparkling Bay views

● Elevated block to maximise views ● All services available for the new owner

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● Master suite with private balcony, WIR & ensuite

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

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Mornington 3 Emarald Close

Escape to emarald. For sale.

This conveniently located two-storey family home on a block on 856sqm has been cleverly designed for spacious living inside and private entertaining outside.

• 4 bedrooms – master with ensuite and walk in robe • Multiple living areas plus study • Functional kitchen with adjoining meals/ living area • Undercover outdoor area for entertaining friends • Backyard oasis with fruit trees, vegie patch and manicured gardens

5975 1250 3 Main Street, Mornington obrienrealestate.com.au Jye Read 0448 763 933 Braden Jarrett 0416 310 998

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tuerong

8 Wonderland Avenue

green ACreS • Rare 17 acre (approx) vacant allotment surrounded by vineyards and olive groves with potential to build your dream country home (STCA) • Abundant room for chooks, veggies and horses, fully fenced and suitable for a number of hobby farming pursuits • Set at the end of a boutique cul-de-sac, just a short drive to local schools • Easy access to the Mornington Peninsula Freeway, just 55 minutes to the Melbourne CBD

Auction inspect Dean Phillips Amy Day

This Saturday 28th April at 1pm Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm 0402 833 865 0408 559 086

Mornington

7/24 Bath Street

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SeABreeZe • Rare three bedroom beachside villa, beautifully refurbished, just moments to Main Street shops, cafes, services, transport and schools • Spacious open living with polished timber floors, contemporary kitchen with Calcutta quartz stone counters, soft close drawers, dishwasher and Fisher & Paykel induction cooktop • Family bathroom, evaporative cooling and gas heater, plus neat courtyard garden, covered alfresco porch and single remote garage • Perfectly located at the rear of a quiet complex, ideal for downsizers, small families or those seeking a seachange

Auction inspect Chelsey gibson Marcus gollings

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This Saturday 28th of April at 11am Saturday 10:30 - 11:00am 0409 277 997 0422 236 990

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Dromana

17 Jackson Way

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manna hEIGhtS • Absolute luxury spread over 37 squares (approx) and two lavish levels, just moments to Dromana beach, restaurants and cafes • Open plan living with bay views, granite kitchen with Miele appliances, master with ensuite and balcony, plus two additional bathrooms and powder room • Vast upper and lower alfresco terraces, heated swimming pool with waterfall and spa, plus mini-golf putting green and bunker • Triple remote garage with internal access, ducted heating and evaporative cooling, plus ducted vacuuming and alarm system

Price Inspect Dean Phillips rob relph

CONTACT AGENT As advertised online 0402 833 865 0422019282

mount martha

14/131 Racecourse Road

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BotanICa • Townhouse living in park-like surrounds, just moments to Bentons Square Shopping Centre, schools, beaches and public transport • Sun-filled separate living and dining, spacious kitchen with dishwasher and gas stove, plus master with ensuite-style access to bathroom • Sliding glass doors to covered entertainer’s deck, plus double remote garage with internal access • Low-maintenance gardens and shed, perfect for small families, retirees or a great investment opportunity

For Sale Price Inspect Chelsey Gibson Effie merson

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$580,000 - $630,000 As advertised online 0409 277 997 0478 789 751

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Open: Sat 1-1.30pm

MOUNT MARTHA 11/40-46 Green Island Avenue Allure Place – No Compromise on Quality!

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$590,000 - $620,000

MORNINGTON Lot 2, 42 Parkside Crescent

Open: By Appointment

$400,000 - $440,000

Land Ahoy!

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A rare opportunity to acquire a cleared vacant corner lot measuring 343sqm in the highly desirable Lakeside Estate. Complete with plans and permits for an approx. 14-square, three bedroom brickveneer home. All services available at the lot for connection.

Perfectly positioned to capture the warmth of natural light and located within easy access to shops, transport & parks, this beautifully presented single level villa is both modern and sophisticated. Not quite 3 years old, and almost 12 squares of living space (16.5 under roof line) comprising 2 bedrooms, spacious bathroom and single garage with internal access. Boasting a spacious open living area adjoining beautifully appointed kitchen with stone bench-tops the ambiance flows through to the decked outdoor alfresco area.

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

• Eucalyptus timber flooring throughout • High ceilings & doors and square set cornices • Ducted heating and Nobo Swedish wall heaters • Two split system air conditioners •Quality blinds and floor to ceiling sheer curtains

John Young 0412 766 804

John Young 0412 766 804

• Huge walk-in robe to master bedroom • Kitchen with Bosch appliances • Fridge and washing machine included • Flyscreens and security door

Open: Thurs 3-3.30pm & Sat 2-2.30pm

MOUNT MARTHA 11a Benjamin Street Classic Coastal

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Set just one street back from the rustic walking trails along the Esplanade. Enjoy the beach and the convenient location of Dava Drive shops. Offering luxury living on its very own slice of beachside paradise is this near new residence with all the mod cons one has come to expect. • 3 large bedrooms, downstairs master suite with ensuite & fitted walk in robe • Light filled living both upstairs & down • Deluxe stone topped kitchen • Decked alfresco area for year round entertaining • Spacious rear landscaped garden

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

Skilfully designed to maximise space, light & functionality this stunning modern masterpiece awaits the lucky new purchaser.

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John Young 0412 766 804

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MORNINGTON 1 & 2 / 3 Swansea Grove Seaside Serenity on Swansea

Open: Sat 11-11.30am 3

$899,000

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

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

• Timber flooring • 6 star energy rating • Stone bench tops

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

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• Timber flooring • Full landscaping front & rear • Double garage

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Boasting an elevated beachside position is this stunning residence with its own street frontage & with a bay aspect! Surprisingly spacious with two large living zones making this an ideal choice as your new home. • 3 large bedrooms plus study or extra lounge area • Stone topped kitchen with stainless-steel appliances & walk in pantry • Large rear garden with entertaining area • Auto double garage with internal access

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With a price to please the most astute of purchasers & still with scope to add your own touch. An inspection is a must!

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$1.15m - $1.25m

19 Mountain View Road, MOUNT ELIZA

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Modern meets location in this desirable family abode showcasing bay views from the upper level. • Bay vistas from the upper level • Enjoy a multitude of entertaining • Paved in-ground resort style pool • Sizable light-filled living precincts • Zoned bedroom accommodation • Low maintenance 697m² block • Prized locale to schools & amenities Hosting a tranquil and comfortable vibe, this sizable 2-storey, 5-bedroom residence with in-ground resort style pool will surely impress.

INSPECT Saturday 28th April CONTACT James Merchan 0433 480 870 Deb Merchan 0439 037 614

15 Sibyl Avenue, FRANKSTON SOUTH

$1m - $1.1m

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Take hold of this rare opportunity to secure a corner block with the sizable scope to renovate or rebuild. • Take your dream to reality in a prime location • Residing a substantial 2,861m² (approx.) block • Situated in the FHS zone • Existing dwelling hosts 4-bedrooms + a study • Multitude of living space with plenty of potential • Close proximity to local amenities & the coastline

AUCTION Saturday 5th May at 2:00pm INSPECT Saturday 28th April CONTACT James Merchan 0433 480 870 Deb Merchan 0439 037 614

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JUST LISTED 2/71 VICTORIA STREET HASTINGS

BEAUTIFUL UNIT IN CONVENIENT LOCATION 2 BED 1 BATH

An immaculate unit located only a short stroll from High Street shops, medical facilities, restaurants and the beautiful foreshore. Boasting a neutral colour palette throughout, this neat and complete home comprises near new carpet & lovely timber look flooring throughout, two bedrooms with BIR’s, a large open living area with air conditioner and gas heater adjoining a kitchen with gas stove top and plenty of storage and main bathroom. One of only n3 on the block. For Sale $395,000 View Saturday 1:30-2:00pm CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT Tayla Schoots 0415 517 340 century21.com.au 5979 3555

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110-116 JACKA STREET BITTERN

ONE ACRE IN LEAFY BITTERN

A wonderful bush block measuring a whopping 1 acre (4,047m2) in a sought after section of leafy Bittern. Perfect for those looking to build their dream home and still have plenty of space for the kids whilst being surrounded by quality homes, quality schools and public transport. All services available, block is located along a sealed road. For Sale Now Or By Auction, Saturday 26th May at 12 Noon Terms 10% Deposit. Balance 60 Days. Vacant Possession View By Appointment CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT Richard Whitehead on 0412 328 718 century21.com.au 5979 3555

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AUCTION 8 PENSHURST AVENUE, HASTINGS

RENOVATE AND FLIP OR DEMOLISH AND DEVELOP (STCA) 3 BED 1 BATH

Auction Saturday 28th April at 1:00pm Terms 10% Deposit. Balance 30/60 Days. Vacant Possession View Saturday 12:30-1:00pm

This is truly a one of kind property that exudes potential and presents a brilliant opportunity for the next renovation project. This property is ready to be rediscovered and turned into a masterpiece or if you prefer, demolish and rebuild as a 2 unit site (STCA). Comprising – Brick veneer home set on 606sqm (approx) – Beautiful hardwood timber flooring throughout – Three sizeable bedrooms – Very generous & light filled living area – Kitchen with electric cooker, however gas is available – Functional and spacious layout – Large lock-up garage

CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT Tayla Schoots 0415 517 340 century21.com.au 5979 3555

Located only a short stroll from shops, schools, restaurants and foreshore reserve,this property is screaming for a hands on tradie or developer to take advantage of this fantastic central location.

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What an opportunity to secure yourself a fantastic 590m2 block in a prominent location of Hastings. Close to High Street shopping precinct including, restaurants, cafes, supermarkets, medical centres, gyms, boutique stores and transport, plus only a short stroll to the stunning foreshore & recreational facilities, this block boasts the ultimate convenient lifestyle.

DEVELOPMENT SITE IN PROMINENT LOCATION (S.T.C.A.)

– Zoned General Residential 1 with no Design & Development or Vegetation Protection Overlay

For Sale Now Or By Auction, Saturday 19th May at 12 Noon Terms 10% Deposit. Balance 60 Days. Vacant Possession View By Appointment CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT Tayla Schoots 0415 517 340 century21.com.au

– Lane way to the rear of the property which you will have “right of carriageway” over – Generous 590m2 block – Land in Hastings is becoming very rare

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FOR SALE 196 MARINE PARADE, HASTINGS

MAIN ROAD FACTORY/ SHOWROOM WITH REAR ACCESS

– Freestanding colour bond building of approx. 234m² plus carpeted and air conditioned office space under roof line of approx. 36m² on land of approx. 1,500m². – Excellent exposure to Marine Parade at the entrance to town. – Full road frontage to rear onto Mayne Avenue with secure steel fencing and gates. – Potential to construct another identical (or larger) building adjoining existing (S.T.C.A.). – Plenty of car parking on site with hard landscaping and concrete driveway completed. – Perfect for owner occupier, Investor (easily leasable) or developer seeking modest project. – Offered on a + GST basis

For Sale by Expression of Interest closing at 5:00pm Friday 1st June 2018. Terms 10% Deposit. Balance 60 Days. Vacant Possession. View By Appointment CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT Chris Watt 0417 588 321 century21.com.au 5979 3555

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FOR SALE 2057-2061 FRANKSTON-FLINDERS ROAD, HASTINGS

CENTRAL FACTORY COMPLEX

One of the most prominent buildings in sought after stretch of Frankston - Flinders Road surrounded by automotive businesses. This building has recently undergone a substantial renovation including painting, new roof and storm water connections. Consisting of two smaller factories of approx. 240m² each currently leased with combined net return of approx. $30,500 per annum and one larger very high prominent tenancy of approx. 420m² including mezzanine level offered with vacant possession or tenant readily available.

For Sale by Expression of Interest closing Friday 25th May @ 5:00pm (if not sold prior) Terms 10% Deposit. Balance 60 Days. View By Appointment

– Total land area approx. 1,760m² with 47 metre main road frontage – Suit investor with business wishing to occupy part and derive income from tenants or lease all three and enjoy passive income – Anticipated return when fully leased around $56,500 net per annum – Ideal self-managed super fund – Offered as a going concern with no GST payable

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Auction

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Thursday 24th May, 2018 at 11am on site Shop 22 Lakeview Shopping Centre, Gladesville Boulevard, Patterson Lakes

Wednesday 16th May, 2018 at 12 noon on site 60 Lakewood Boulevard, Carrum Downs

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Tenant trading as Patterson Lakes Dry Cleaners

Corner This Investment

Returning $27,545 P.A Net

Returning $59,415 P.A + GST + outgoings

Shop area 52m2*

Long established business

3% per annum increases

A perfect commercial investment

Excellent reliable tenant

Includes 12 car spaces on site

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Linda Ellis 0400 480 397

1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs

9775 1535

Great corner prominence Building area: 699m2* Term of Sale: 10% Deposit, Balance 30/60 days

*(approx.)

James Dodge 0488 586 896 Michael Crowder 0408 358 926

1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs

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32 High Street, Hastings

2114 Frankston Flinders Road, Hastings

2/8 Colchester Road, Rosebud

Corporate Headquarters

Commercial 2 Zoned Land

Occupy Or Invest

Building area: 414 m2* Land area: 808m2*

12m frontage & exposure

Main road frontage and exposure

Surrounded by national tenants

Permit for 280m2* office

Rear roller door access off council car park

Off street parking for 11 cars

Warehouse w/ RSD Small office w/amenities Off-street parking Tenant prepared to sign new lease on the basis of $30,000p.a

Commercial 1 Zoning

Sale Price: $500,000 Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562

Building area: 222m2*

*approx. Tom Crowder 0438 670 300

For Lease

Contact agent for lease price Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562

*approx. Tanya Scagliarini 0438 289 859

No Fuss Warehouse

Tom Crowder 0438 670 300

For Lease

Showroom / Warehouse Near Aldi

Short Term Hard Stand Yard

4 Brasser Avenue, Dromana

Nepean Highway frontage & exposure

Land area: 1,230m2*

Kitchenette & toilet

Power, water & grease trap

Industrial 3 Zoning

Parking for 4-5 cars*

High clearance warehouse

Lease Price: $1,600 pcm + GST + Outgoings

5 car parks on title

Clear-span w/ RSD 3 phase power

Lease Price: $2,9166 pcm + GST + Outgoings

*approx. Tom Crowder 0438 670 300

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Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562

Building area: 310m2*

Building area: 200 m2*

Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562

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For Lease

116 Nepean Highway, Dromana

2/1 Newington Avenue, Rosebud

Sale Price: $535,000

Tom Crowder 0438 670 300

5925 6005

4/230 Main St, Mornington 3931

Short-term Lease available Crushed rock, power & water available *approx. Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562

Lease Price: $1,500 pcm + GST + Outgoings Tom Crowder 0438 670 300

9775 1535

1 Colemans Rd, Carrum Downs 3201

*approx. Jamie Stuart 0412 565 562

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• Long lease on offer • Huge floor space of approx. 1196sqm • Consists of dining area with stage,outdoor beer garden, function room and kitchen

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16 Peacock Rd Somerville – 250sqm

$1,980pcm+GST+OG

10 Thamer Street Rosebud – 300sqm

$2,500pcm+GST+OG

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W NE • Excellently placed retail space on Main Street • Close to post office and banks • Approximately 130 square metres • Huge public car park at rear

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$4,870pcm+GST+OG

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$5,500pcm+GST+OG

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$8,333pcm+GST+OG

68-74 Ocean Beach Road Sorrento - 72sqm

$2,700pcm+GST+OG

STORAGE (Mornington unless specified) 18/10 Blamey Place – 17.5sqm

$480pcm+GST

Contact: Office on 5977 2255

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LETTERS

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

Homeless more deserving than officers’ travel times A recent copy of your paper highlighted the sorry state of the homeless on Mornington Peninsula. In the same issue we hear Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors need to spend $60,000 a year so that they don’t have to spend so much time in traffic (“Plight of the hidden homeless” and “Shire to open planning office in Melbourne” The News 3/4/18). In other countries, such as Canada, local councils are taking responsibility for the homeless and finding land and setting up communities of tiny homes and showing wholehearted humanity towards their fellow humans. Is the shire only here for ratepayers or does it serve everyone living here on the peninsula? If the answer is everyone, then that includes the homeless that live here too. Who is responsible for looking after homeless people? The problem has grown and is not going away until we come up with a new way of dealing with it. The cost of rental housing makes it difficult for those on a low income to access, there is not enough government housing to help ease the situation. The irony is that if we were a third world country, there would be a place for everyone to live. This society based on a monopoly of land and houses has pushed prices up so high that your average hardworking family struggles to pay a mortgage. It has created a sub class of people who cannot manage to pay the high prices just to have a roof over their heads. Having a home is a basic human right and while we as a society ignore the homeless, we degrade our own humanity. I’m sure that $60,000 dollars a year would be better spent helping out our fellow humans and, in so doing, creating a richer and more beautiful society in which everyone is included. Deborah Misuraca, Hastings

Transport solutions Nearly all the projects proposed to use the port facilities of Western Port run into the difficulty that it is the drowned delta of a river, not a deep harbour. The only locations deep enough for large ships are over the drowned riverbed and this is very limited (“Parties unite over power plan” The News 17/4/18). Many of the proposals centre around enlarging the deep water area. This enlargement requires massive dredging that will destroy the ecology of Western Port. The proposal for Kawasaki’s hydrogen liquefaction and export envisages a lengthy time to pump the ship’s containers full of the liquid hydrogen. I have been told that it includes some four kilometres of wharves north of Long Island along the mangrove shore towards Yaringa Boat Harbour. This is to provide for the number of vessels needed and the lengthy time to simultaneously fill them. A solution to the transfer problem is needed. Since the project is expected to be long term it would make sense for special vessels to be built. Possibly in the form of tugs dragging a large immersed bag behind full of hydrogen. This is not likely because of the need to keep the hydrogen cool and at a considerable pressure. If the vessels carry a large specialised container that can be offloaded and exchanged for a filled container the ship turnaround could be only a few hours. The Long Island wharf, suitably modified, might be sufficient to provide the necessary throughput. The multiple containers, and not waiting ships, would then be lined up for filling on a land area certainly less than the proposed four kilometre long wharf. Henry Broadbent, Somers

Ridiculous process The proposal by a consortium led by Kawasaki Heavy Industries to convert our brown coal into clean hydrogen fuel for Japan (“Parties unite over power”, The News, 17/4/18) has interesting facets. Before serious production of the converted

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coal begins, they must solve the problem of carbon capture and storage underground (CCS). For the pilot project they will release the carbon dioxide and poisonous gases into Victoria’s atmosphere and will pay a “carbon offset” fee (tax). We have already promised to give them $100 million. If the CCS problem is never solved, as is likely, will they abandon the half billion dollar plant or continue production, pay the tax, and spew “filthy carbon and poisons” into our air forever, which was the reason to close Hazelwood power station. If the CCS problem is solved, then why can’t we again generate cheap, reliable, simple, quality electricity from our dirt-cheap brown coal, and capture and dispose of the gases in underground storage? Why does Japan want hydrogen for fuel? Is it the realisation that electric cars, powered by batteries, are a flop? Converting coal to hydrogen with all the processes involved, freezing the gas to liquid, storing, compressing, shipping, distributing the stuff, then using it as a fuel is the most ridiculous and inefficient process that I have ever heard of. Finally, hydrogen was used early last century: in the Zeppelin airships. Brian A Mitchelson, Mornington

VicRoads fails test VicRoads continues to take no action in addressing the increased traffic noise emanating from the Mornington Peninsula Freeway. It has been 17 years (2001) since VicRoads acknowledged that the traffic noise needs attention and some form of noise barriers. Further to this is the fact that the freeway was listed as priority one and five in the retrofitting proposal back in 2008. Increased traffic is causing a lack of sleep and health issues for residents living next to the freeway, with traffic noise now startng at 4am every day. It is time for action to address this imbalance and political non-action. The state government acknowledges there is traffic congestion by announcing a four lane freeway extension to Mordialloc. It can also announce state of the art sound barriers for the inner-west for people walking their dogs and playing sport who are affected by traffic noise. So much for caring for the people of the Mornington Peninsula. Enough is enough, it is time for action. An open forum has been called for Wednesday 30 May at the Rosebud Country Club to organise protest action. Wayne Ashely, Rosebud

Rubbish bins needed The powers that be in their wisdom have deemed it unnecessary along the entire length of the Dromana foreshore (other than the pier precinct) to provide rubbish bins except in the tourist season (“Messy dog owners” Letters 17/4/18). All other areas, such as Safety Beach, McCrae, and Rosebud have bins all year. Dromana dogs aren’t supposed to poop it seems. I rest my case. Diane Utber, Dromana

Questions of change I have some questions for the climate change deniers out there. Firstly, if the climate isn’t changing, how is it that the weather on the Mornington Peninsula is so mild lately and the shire has seen fit to extend the camping periods at both ends of the season? (You may have noticed a considerable number of sites still occupied on the foreshore) Why, in autumn, are we experiencing record temperatures? How come the ice caps and glaciers are melting at an alarming rate, causing the sea levels to rise to inundate low lying islands? Why do they deny that the entire Great Barrier Reef is in danger of dying? Why do these people have a “It’s not going to effect me because I’ll be dead, I’ll just leave it for my future family

No offence, but I’ll have that doughnut ELISHA Matthews saw her chance: While mum Chelsea was enjoying a chat with Leading Senior Constable Todd Warner as part of the Coffee With a Cop morning tea, she took the biggest bite of her doughnut. The Coffee with a Cop promotion at Mornington Village shopping centre on Thursday is an ideal way to encourage positive interaction with police in a social setting, Leading Senior Constable Rob Osborn, of Mornington police, said. Picture: Yanni

descendants to sort it out if they’re still around” attitude? Finally, are the climate change deniers also fully paid up members of the Flat Earth Society? John Cain, McCrae

Party of limitations No one, not even me, would have thought that the banking industry was a bad as is coming out in the Royal Banking Commission. Too bad no one will go to jail. Remember which political party did everything in its power to stop it from happening? Its members are the same people who are standing in the way of a national corruption and ethics watchdog. It is also the same party trying to limit freedom of speech for charities and advocacy groups. Do I spot a trajectory here? Joe Lenzo, Safety Beach

Personalities plus Woe is us. We are represented statewide by the Premier Daniel Andrews doing a fine job (little if any opposition from Matthew Guy and never-heard-of David Morris) until he, Danny, gifted $500 million to the AFL for Etihad and the MCG improvements, mumbling something along cultural lines. Federally, our Health Minister Greg Hunt, no doubt eyes on the top job with the other suggestions being (after PM Malcolm’s departure) at best a hidden far right enthusiast (Dutton) or Morrison, highly unlikely to attract a change in the personality polls. Finally we have Labor’s Billy Shorten, woodenly uninspiring and at this time no idea of who [will strand to] represent Labor federally for Rye. Which leaves me with a certainty (hope forever springing eternally): Collingwood for the top eight, and end of season finals. Cliff Ellen, Rye

End live exports I cannot believe that Australia is a participant in the live animal export trade. Our animals are suffering in horrific conditions and it is time to take a stand against the people in the Middle East and say that “we will no longer be a participant in this display of unacceptable live export trade”. These animals deserve out protection and the Australian government must make a decision to ban the live export trade. We can re-open abattoirs and humanely kills

Defensive doggerel I live in Dromana but walk my dog on McCrae beach almost daily as the dogs at [leash-free] Tassels Beach can be pretty rough. Going to Rosebud is unsustainable petrol-wise and the McCrae beach dog walkers are a lovely community of responsible dog owners: Council asks us to “have our say” but when we do they go away. They did it in Rye and now in McCrae. Thousands were spent on community consults yielding totally clear results. Officer John Rankine put forward the case to the councillors (elected by us.) Rational talk seemed to prevail until Cr Celli swooped in at full sail, mindful that families like to frolic in prevailing winds and rain as their tonic. During school hours they must not be beset by off-leash family-friendly pets. On their towels on a winter’s day they will want all dogs to stay away. No matter that in winter stalkers would struggle to find three non-dog walkers. So hats off to Cr Celli for her win and do the 442 of us take it on the chin? Paula Polson, Dromana

sheep the Muslim way. To do nothing to stop the live export trade of sheep in appalling conditions is just accepting and being part of a cruel bad behavior. Brooke Martin, McCrae

Vaccine concern I am becoming suspicious that this country (perhaps others also) is being sheltered from the truth about the dangers of vaccines. 1 Why would a government deny entry to a speaker purely on his or her opinion on a matter? 2 Can a democratic government legally deny entry to someone purely for their opinion? 3 Can a democratic government stifle debate on vaccination? 4 Shouldn’t the Governor General intervene on the pretext of stopping a government deliberately harming it’s own people by passing a law of compulsory vaccination? Alex Deans, Frankston


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Flinders election campaign kicks off Compiled by Brodie Cowburn CAPTAIN S. M. Bruce, M.C., Croix de Guerre, the selected Nationalist candidate for the Flinders seat, opened his campaign in the Dandenong town hall last night, and was given an enthusiastic reception by a large crowd of electors. Cr. R. Colenso, president of the shire, occupied the chair. The Candidate at the outset congratulated the electors of Flinders upon the great honor which had been conferred upon their late representative, Sir William Irvine, in being selected to fill the post of Chief Justice of Victoria. He proposed to support the present Government, because that Ministry was appointed by an overwhelming vote of the people with an imperative mandate to carry on the war by supporting the mother country and her Allies, and to preserve the integrity of the Empire. This great mandate, he believed, the Government had honestly tried to carry out. He desired to see a stronger lead given to the country by the Government, and more strenuous efforts made to see that Australia played the great part allotted to her in the present world struggle. *** WORD has been received by the Frankston police that five lads escaped from the training farm at Tortoise Head Island on the night of Wednesday last. It is thought that they escaped by means of the motor boat used by the authorities, and ended in the vicinity of Stony Point.

Warrants have been issued for the arrest of the escapees whose names and ages are as follows: Percy Clinton Burnett, 16 years; Henry Edward Smith, 16 years, Wm Herbert Selby, 17 years ; Clarence Hicks, 17 years; Wm Leonard Robinson, 16 years. *** THE friends of Mr George Vagg, who for many years was a prominent player of the Frankston football team, will regret to learn of the death of his mother, which occurred at Frankston on Saturday last. The body was interred in the Frankston cemetery on Sunday, a large number of friends attending to pay their last respects. *** AT the Wattle club’s euchre party and dance held on Tuesday evening, the prizes for the euchre tournament were won by Mrs. W. Gregory and Mr W. W. Young. A dance for which. Mr Meekin supplied the music was subsequently held and was thoroughly enjoyed. *** THE Committee of the Repatriation Fund Concert and Sports acknowledge with sincere thanks the following donations in kind which were raffled or auctioned at the concert in the evening: Messrs Brunton’s Flour Mills, 1 bag of flour 150lbs ; Messrs Swallow and Ariell, 1 tin of Biscuits ; Messrs Griffiths Bros., 1 tin of tea ; Messrs Allen & Co., per Mr J. Burroughs Esq. ; 2 costly boxes of sweets ; Master Jim Masterton, “Rubra”, Frankston, two handsome gold medals.

*** ON Friday next, May 3rd, the Wattle Club will hold a grand poster ball in the Frankston Mechanics. Good prizes are offered for the best poster costume and a string band has been engaged. *** A PRELIMINARY meeting of those interested in the forming a branch of the Victorian Protestant Federation at Frankston will be held on Monday next, 29th April, at 8 p.m. in the Mechanics institute. *** A DEPUTATION consisting of representatives of 25 shires, which recently held a conference to consider the question of excessive motor traffic on country roads, waited on the Minister of Public Works (Mr Robinson) on Wednesday, and presented to him the following resolution, previously agreed to by the conference: That the Country Roads Act be amended to provide— (a) The Country Roads Board shall determine the proportion of motor to ordinary traffic on all declared main roads where extraordinary maintenance charges are incurred by reason of motor traffic; (b) that the fund from motor fees be applied to the construction and maintenance of declared main roads for the benefit of motor traffic, and in accordance with the results obtained ; (c) that motor fees should be increased to cover the road charges due to motor traffic; (d) that the maximum speed of motor vehicles be a rate of 25 miles an hour.

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The Frankston and Hastings Shire was represented by the President (Cr W. J. Oates) and Cr Hodgins; the Engineer (Mr Sambell) and the Secretary (Mr J. E. Jones) were also present. *** THE Red Cross Society held a concert in the Mechanics Institute here last Saturday evening when there was a large attendance, Cr Murray, president of the Red Cross Society acted as chairman. A party of visitors from Melbourne gave some splendid items which were very enjoyable. These artists gave their services free and their kindness was very much appreciated Sgt. Whidburn from Langwarrin Military Camp was present and he is an artist that is always welcomed at Somerville, his items being appreciated and enjoyed. *** SOMERVILLE’S Mr G. O. Webb’s brick works have changed hands and the new owners have commenced work and have employed quite a number of workers. *** HEAVY rain fell in Somerville Thursday afternoon and it was very badly needed by the farmers and orchardists. Many householders were carting water for domestic purposes. *** DR Griffeth of Somerville who received an injury to his arm some time ago as the result of a fall from his horse is well on the way to recovery although the injured member still causes him a little inconvenience. ***

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“THE stink pot of Frankston” was how Cr W. J. Oates described Kananook Creek, when asking the Minister of Public Works on Thursday to effect some improvements to the present state of the creek. Cr Hodgins and Messrs J. D. Jennings and J. McComb were also present to urge the Minister to do something so that the natural flow of the creek might be restored. Cr Oates said that at present the creek was in a bad state, and most unhealthy, and as the Government had diverted the water some time ago, it was “up to them” to restore the original flow. Mr J. D. Jennings submitted a plan as prepared by Mr T. McComb by which it was thought the creek could be kept clean. The Minister promised to look into the matter but thought that there was not much money involved to able do anything at present. *** WRINKLES! NATURE does not intend any woman to have the charm of her youthful appearance stolen away, by those lines which care and illhealth so surely mark upon her face. Our Wrinkle Remover holds the secret to restore that fresh and youthful appearance by removing all traces of Wrinkles. Self treatment Effectiveness Guaranteed. Price 5/6. Post Free. Full instructions enclosed. PACIFIC DRUG CO. Molesworth Chambers. Little Collins Street, Melbourne. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 27 April 1918

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Predictions look spot on early

DIVISION ONE

By Toe Punt IT’S early days in MPNFL Division One football but it’s hard not to think all is going as predicted in season 2018. Frankston YCW is a game clear on top of Sorrento after playing them in round one, leaving the Sharks second and Edi-Asp third. The Eagles just need to be more mindful of their player points and how that lines up for the remainder of the season. The talent is certainly there. They will finish with the double chance. The ‘logjam’ begins from Pines downwards. Now let’s have a look at Saturday’s football. Who would have thought that Sorrento would beat Bonbeach by more than ten goals on Saturday? After quarter-time Bonbeach booted just one goal while Sorrento packed on 13.10 to win 15.10 (100) 4.15 (39). It was a mauling James Hallahan, Chad Harris did as they liked, Chris Dawes booted three goals and Nick Marston ran the ball off half-back at will. Bonbeach simply lacked leg speed. Until they can get some of that they will continue to be part of the ‘logjam’. As expected Pines progressively worked over Rosebud after a tough first quarter. Scores were locked at 26 points a piece at quarter-time before the pythons blew Rosebud away in the second quarter booting six goals to zip to have the match locked away at the major interval. The Pythons extended that lead at every change, eventually winning 15.9 (99) to 6.13 (49). Aaron Edwards was superb with five goals, Luke Potts dominated through the middle and Jack Fisher played his best game of the year in defence. Greg Bentley and Fraser Hustwaite were the best for the Buds. Edithvale-Aspendale picked up the all-important four points against Seaford with its senior and junior stars playing a major part in the win. The Dales led from start to finish in an uninspiring game of football eventually winning 12.11 (83) to 9.11 (65). Liam Harris and Michael Meehan were named EdiAsp’s best players, while for Seaford Matt Terich and Dean Williamson were named their best, as was Luke Edmondson in his first game this season. At the time of going to print, in perfect conditions at Alexandra Park in Mornington, Mt Eliza led Mornington by one goal, 9.3 (57) to 8.3 (51).

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Tigers roar from the top DIVISION TWO

By Toe Punt DROMANA remains a game clear on top of the MPNFL Division Two ladder after beating Karingal in the match of the day on Saturday. Just five points separated the sides at three-quarter time after Dromana had opened-up a 40-point half-time break. The Tigers booted six goals straight to four behinds in the second term. Karingal’s third quarter was equally as damaging, booting 6.2 to three behinds to drag the margin back to five points at the final change. The game was up for grabs, and with the home crowd at the Pier Street oval right behind it, Dromana was able to boot four goals to one in the last quarter to record a 15.9 (99) to 10.11 (71) victory. Ethan Johnstone was the best player on the field with four goals while Billy Quigley was also outstanding for the winners. Andrew Mathers made it two excellent games on the trot for the Bulls while Andrew Less and Grant Goodall were also solid. Langwarrin dominated the final quarter against Pearcedale on Satur-

day and still came up short, losing by four points. The Kangas trailed by 24 points at three-quarter time before coming out after the break and ramming on four majors to draw level. Pearcedale then dominated play without being able to capitalise on the scoreboard, eventually hanging on to win 10.18 (78) to 11.8 (74). It would be unfair to say that Langwarrin was stiff to lose. Pearcedale was the best team all afternoon. Rye once again made it a game of two halves, this time too slow in the opening half and then dominant in the second half against Crib Point. The Demons led by 11 points at half-time before going on to win by 40 points, 8.16 (64) to 3.10 (28). Adam Kirkwood and Tyrren Head raised the bar for the Demons in the second hour and Jai Lloyd and Leigh Morse took their game to another level to help guide the Tigers to victory. Ethan Smith was superb for the Pies while Ned Shannon and Brad Davidson were also in the seat. In the highest-scoring game of the season so far, Red Hill did a job on Tyabb, winning by 72 points.

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The Hillmen had a five goals to one first term before raising that to 11 to two in the second. The Yabbies did have a crack in the third with Liam Rogan, Brendan Doyle and Aaron Turner lifting their work rate. That couldn’t be maintained in the last. Ben Hughes booted five for the Hillmen to continue to lead the league goal kicking. Steve Marchetti also hit the scoreboard on multiple occasions. Devon Meadows held off a late surge from Somerville to win 15.14 (104) to 12.18 (90). Stefan Baumgartner, Michael Theodoridis with six goals and Aaron Murray with four goals were almost the difference between the sides winning and losing. In a high scoring first quarter, the Panthers got themselves in front and were able to maintain that consistency throughout, eventually winning by 14 points. Levi Hughes played his best game for his new club (crossed from Seaford) while Ben Sedgewick and Kane McKenzie were also solid. Mornington News 24 April 2018

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Three goals in eight minutes for Nicholes SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie CALEB Nicholes made sure of Skye United’s first win of the season with an eight-minute goal blitz against Dingley Stars at Skye Recreation Reserve on Saturday. The veteran striker’s quickfire hattrick underpinned Skye’s 4-1 win and ignited the club’s push up the State 3 South-East ladder. The first half was a cagey affair with Skye dominating most of the possession and it was rewarded when Mitch Blake pounced in the box and finished well to give the hosts a half-time lead. Nicholes opened his account two minutes into the second half when he tapped in from close range following Daniel Attard’s strike. In the 52nd minute, a long ball from Saj Sugrim caught out the Dingley defence and Nicholes finished well then the big man completed his hat-trick in the 55th minute when he headed Jason Nowakowksi’s cross in off the post. Dingley’s sole response came following a corner in the 60th minute when Teon Haywood found the back of the net after Skye failed to clear. In State 1 South-East Mornington had to settle for a 1-1 away draw with St Kilda on Saturday. Andre Bennett opened the scoring for Mornington in the 47th minute with a strike that took an awkward bounce and beat St Kilda keeper Remy ReyLescure. But a handling error from goalkeeper Liam Little allowed Darragh Ryan to level from long range in the 73rd minute. The reserves match was abandoned after an ugly melee. Mornington continued its excellent FFA Cup run with a 2-0 win over NPL2 outfit Brunswick City at Comets Stadium last Wednesday night which takes Adam Jamieson’s men into round 6 of the Australia-wide competition. Keegan Ziada opened the scoring in the 7th minute with a clinical first-time finish following a fine Sam Reeves ball into the near post and when Curtis Hutson was felled inside the area in the 27th minute Sammy Orritt converted from the spot. Striker Max Etheridge has returned to England for family reasons. In State 2 South-East it was the late, late show for Frankston Pines as they defeated Old Scotch 1-0 at Monterey Reserve on Saturday. A left-foot volley from CJ Hodgson in injury time settled the issue and pushed Paul Williams’ side into the top half of the table with a game in hand.

Hat-trick hero: Skye United striker Caleb Nicholes demolished Dingley Stars on Saturday. Picture: Gemma Sliz

The 2018 ambitions of Peninsula Strikers took a hit on Saturday night at Egan Lee Reserve when they went down 4-1 to Knox City. The visitors’ prospects weren’t helped when star striker Femi Orenuga suffered a hamstring injury in the 22nd minute and was forced off. The home team dominated the first half and it was game over at the interval with Knox leading 4-0. Knox midfielder Grant Lane opened the scoring in the 15th minute with a well-struck volley from the right of the area. Jordan Avraham increased the lead in the 37th minute with a firm low strike from the right of the box and two Matthew Hames goals in the final six minutes of the half sealed Strikers’ fate. Eight minutes from time a mistake by Knox keeper Enes Unal allowed Strikers’ midfielder Ryan Wilson to complete the scoreline. Strikers are believed to be in talks with a central defender and are hopeful of reaching agreement this week. Harry McCartney reports that Seaford United’s horror run in State 3 South-East continued on Saturday with

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a 5-0 away loss to Whitehorse United. Just when you thought things couldn’t get worse for Paul Pinheiro’s men the under-siege coach was forced to put Matt Morris-Thomas on the bench due to illness and lost star striker Dylan Waugh to a straight red card in the 11th minute. Waugh had fashioned the best two chances of the opening exchanges before having his shirt grabbed by a defender and in swinging his arm back to free himself struck his opponent in the face. Seven minutes later a handling error from Seaford keeper Ugur Erdem led to a Jason Alizzi own goal and a low strike from Nhan Than in the 25th minute made it 2-0. Josh Gordon made it 3-0 in the 64th minute and a back post header from unmarked Jonathan Fulfaro made it 4-0 in the 78th minute. Paul Tonis ended the rout in the final minute of normal time. In State 4 South Ben Meiklem and Travis Ernsdoerfer both hit doubles in Baxter’s 4-1 home win over Noble Park last weekend. A superb Meiklem run down the left

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in the 14th minute ended with a cutback to Ernsdoerfer whose low strike from 10 metres opened the scoring. Ernsdoerfer returned the favour 10 minutes later and Meiklem made it 2-0. Noble Park was much more adventurous in the second half and Alessandro Stazio scored from close range to make it 2-1. Ernsdoerfer sent in a low cross in the 64th minute which Meiklem struck against the post before hitting the rebound against the other post and in to make it 3-1. In the 85th minute, the pair combined yet again as Ersndoerfer completed his brace. In State 5 South news referee Benji Batten took centre stage as Somerville Eagles lost 3-1 away to Old Mentonians on Saturday. Somerville led at half-time from a Dave Greening goal but the home side struck on the break in the 55th minute through James Bingham to make it 1-1. Referee Batten had Somerville’s bench and supporters dismayed when fouls on Louis Griffiths and Greening only resulted in yellow cards with Greening hitting the bar from the free-

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kick awarded after he was brought down when clean through. Poor defending from a corner in the 76th minute allowed Old Mentonians’ James Hawkes to bundle the ball home from point-blank range and Jacob Klein put the game out of the Eagles’ reach with a breakaway goal in the 88th minute. In NPL2 East news Langwarrin lost 1-0 to Eastern Lions at Lawton Park on Saturday. The decisive moment came in the first minute of the second half when Lions’ striker Cameron Neales took advantage of Langy’s inability to deal with a set piece on the right and his side-foot volley gave Langy keeper Josh Dorron no chance. Langwarrin’s under-20s went down 1-0 courtesy of a spectacular longrange strike from Robel Wondimu in the first half. Five Langwarrin players have been selected in FFV’s Talent Identification and Development Centre squads from which the state underage squads are selected for the annual national championships. The players selected are defender Nelson Powell and midfielder Cooper Leopold (under 13s), striker Altan Cevik (under 14s), midfielder Gavin O’Reilly (under 15s) and goalkeeper Colby Jones (under 18s). Meanwhile, Southern United remains anchored to the foot of the NPLW ladder after going down 13-1 to South Melbourne at Monterey Reserve on Sunday, Southern’s goal coming from Olivia Groves who converted a firsthalf penalty. Southern’s under-12s won 4-2 with goals from Emilia Ingles (2), Jasmine Smith and Rhiannon Kelleher, the table-topping under-14s beat South Melbourne 4-1 with goals from Rhys McKenna (2), Taylah Hennekam and Emily Ryan, the under-16s lost 4-0 while the under-19s lost 7-0. Here are next weekend’s games: FRIDAY, 8.30pm: Casey Comets v Mornington (Comets Stadium). SATURDAY 3pm: Langwarrin v Moreland Zebras (Lawton Park), Frankston Pines v Brandon Park (Monterey Reserve), Peninsula Strikers v Berwick City (Centenary Park), Seaford Utd v Middle Park (North Seaford Reserve), Noble Park Utd v Skye Utd (Parkfield Reserve), Endeavour Utd v Baxter (Reema Reserve), Somerville Eagles v Lyndale Utd (Tyabb Central Recreation Reserve). SUNDAY 3pm: Senior NTC v Southern Utd (State Football Centre).


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Top guns fire at Commonwealth Games By Ben Triandafillou FRANKSTON Australia Clay Target Club shooters James Bolding and Laetisha Scanlan returned to Melbourne last week after representing Australia at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Bolding, of Parkdale, competed at his first Commonwealth Games and finished in ninth place in the Men’s Skeet, while Scanlan celebrated her 28th birthday with back-to-back gold medals in the Women’s Trap in a deja vu-style finish. Bolding completed his event on Monday 9 April and stayed to support Scanlan who, just like at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games four years ago, had to face a sudden-death shoot-off against New Zealand’s Natalie Rooney to make the final on the Saturday. After finishing in tied sixth position, Scanlan had to shoot for her spot in the final as one miss of the 100kph flying disk would cost her her chance at a gold medal. Scanlan said she wasn’t as nervous as what she thought because she had experienced the pressure before at Glasgow. “I didn’t even think I’d make the finals after the third round but my day was like a roller coaster and was full of highs and lows,” Scanlan said. “I knew she (Rooney) was a fantastic

shooter as she was a silver medallist at the Rio Olympics and I knew she was going to be hard to beat but because I had been through it before I took with me a bit of confidence.” Rooney was the first to make an error and Scanlan capitalised on the eighth target to secure her spot in the final. From there on Scanlan never looked in doubt through the finals despite missing twice in her last five shots to give Northern Ireland’s silver medallist Kirsty Barr an opening. It came down to Scanlan’s final shot of the day to claim the gold medal and she duly saluted before an unscripted rendition of ‘Happy Birthday’ was blared from the crowd. “Knowing all of my family and friends, which ended up being about 35 of them, were there was such an amazing feeling,” Scanlan said. “I was well aware that I had a two target lead heading into the last five [shots] and all I had to do was hit one. I then missed a couple of shots and finally landed the last one which was crazy when I hit it. “There was so much relief, excitement and tears after all of that, and to top it off it was my birthday so it was a huge roller coaster ride.”

Shooting stars: Clay target shooters Laetisha Scanlan and James Bolding back in Frankston after competing at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Picture: Gary Sissons

Sides set for new season By Ben Triandafillou THE Victorian Netball League season gets underway on Sunday 29 April with the Peninsula Waves and Southern Saints both looking to improve on their mid-table finishes from last year’s VNL Championships. Both the Waves and the Saints will head into their season openers at the State Netball and Hockey Centre, Parkville with a relatively new look, with the Waves recruiting five new players to their side and the Saints missing a number of players due to injury. Peninsula Waves finished their 2017 season in seventh place but championship coach Jess Whitfort is confident they can rise up the ladder after landing four new attacking players to their line-up. “Our defence was quite strong last season so it’s pretty similar again this year but we’ve recruited a lot at our goal end,” Whitfort said. Joining the Peninsula Waves are: Melbourne Vixen’s training partner, Rahni Samason at goal shooter; Sacha Mcdonald coming from Ballarat to play at goal attack; former Southern Saints netballer Kate Oman at wing attack; South East Football Netball League best and fairest winner Tara Cecil at goal defence; and former Peninsula Waves netballer Sharni Lamb-

den returning after a year away. Whitfort said the netballers preseason has been “amazing” and that they are probably “the best prepared they’ve been heading into a season”. “They’re absolutely ready to go, we’ve had positive results from the pre-season tests and now hopefully all the hard work and planning will pay off,” Whitfort said. The Southern Saints have been plagued with injuries throughout their midfield with a number of players unlikely to return this season, including club captain Ally Salter who is out with an ACL injury. Southern Saints head coach Jade Heinrich said she is still feeling good about heading into the season but is wary about the change in dynamics. “We’ve really been unlucky with the number of injuries that we’ve suffered,” she said. “It does open up the opportunity for the players coming up so we’ve worked hard to make sure they feel settled in the side. “We don’t really know what Boroondara will be like this season but I’m hoping for a really high quality and competitive game to open the season.” The Southern Saints will face Boroondara Express at 1.50pm with the Peninsula Waves on court at 3.10pm against Hawks Netball.

Ready to go: Peninsula Waves vice-captain Adrienne Harris is set for the VNL Championships season opener. Picture: Supplied

FATHER and son skaters Kevin and Harry Geary strapped on the green and gold to represent Australia at the Oceania Speed Skating Championships on Saturday 31 March. Kevin and his 12-year-old son Harry reached speeds of up to 40kph to claim a total of 10 medals at the international competition in New Zealand. Harry was one of the youngest competitors for Australia and competed against boys of up to two years older than him in the Cadet Boys division (under-14s). Skating over distances ranging from 300m to 21km, Harry shined over the long trips and landed two bronze medals in the 1km final and 10km elimination, as well as a silver medal with the Australian Cadet Boys relay team.

Harry’s father, Kevin Geary, said it’s not uncommon for skaters to compete over such varied distances. “Some skaters specialise in certain areas such as sprinters but even at the world level sprinters are still expected to compete over longer distances and in the marathons,” he said. “Harry can be a tad slow off the start but he tends to excel over the middle to long distance events.” “It was a fantastic experience and a steep learning curve for him (Harry) but he now knows what he needs to do in preparation for these events. “Now he just needs to take what he’s learnt on board for next year’s Oceania’s and he might be able to push for gold.” Kevin competed for Australia in the

Masters category and claimed silver medals in every event he contested. He competed in the 300m time trial, 500m final, 1km final, 3km final, 5km point’s event, 42km marathon and the 3km Masters and Veterans relay. Kevin said that while there are some similarities between speed skating and running, it’s actually cycling that draws the most comparisons. “It’s pretty gruelling but you use the wind barrier when you’re at the back of the pack to conserve energy like you would if you were competing in the Tour de France,” he said. “It’s quite strategic as you have the break-away groups as you do in cycling and then the pack needs to time their runs to try and chase them down.

Speed skaters rack up international medals Kevin said that speed skating is a “fantastic growing sport” in Australia at the moment with the sport also recently being accepted into the Junior Olympics. “We originally had four skaters competing at our ‘Sk8 House’ and we have grown significantly in the past couple of years to now having 20 skaters racing regularly. “The level of skating has obviously improved as well as more people start to get involved in the sport. “With speed skating joining the Junior Olympics in four years’ time, it gives Harry a good goal to work towards over the next few years.” Ben Triandafillou

On a roll: Father Kevin, above, and son Harry Geary, returned with 10 medals from the Oceania Speed Skating Championships. Picture: Supplied

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