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WILDLIFE carer Brenda Marmion wants property owners to use the “three-level” system when leaving water out for wildlife, to ensure easy access for all animals. Ms Marmion, of Crystal Ocean Wildlife Shelter, Rye, has rescued, cared for, rehabilitated and released thousands of animals on the Mornington Peninsula for about 24 years, and has seen the devastating effects of extreme heat on wildlife. She said people could relieve the suffering of animals on hot days by ensuring there was accessible water in appropriate containers. “Sometimes wildlife can’t get to the water because it’s in containers they can’t access, or in worst situations they can’t get out of the container,” she said. Ms Marmion said water should be left in shallow dishes with rocks in it for lizards, in raised baths for birds, and in hanging containers for ringtail possums to protect them from predation. Ms Marmion is also urging people to stop covering plants with netting that maims or kills wildlife, such as monofilament (thin, nylon) netting. “You can buy old curtain netting from the op shops to cover your plants, and it’s cheaper, safer and effective,” she said. Wildlife organisations around Australia have been negotiating with major hardware stores to stop stocking filament-type netting and only sell white knitted netting to protect plants from birds. Liz Bell

Time out for planning change Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au A BID to waive the need for planning permits in certain circumstances at properties on the “inland” side of Point Nepean Rd from Mt Eliza to Portsea has been temporarily waved down by concerned councillors. A report to last week’s public council meeting by Mornington Penin-sula Shire senior planner Oscar Orellana

proposed changes to the Environmental Significance Overlay of the Mornington Peninsula Planning Scheme. The proposal was aimed at “streamlining planning processes” for properties that do “not directly join the Port Phillip foreshore and coastal area”. “Minor forms of development” such as the erection of a fence, outbuildings or “a single dwelling in non-sensitive areas” would no longer require a council planning permit if the amendment

to the planning scheme is approved by councillors. Several residents asked questions about the proposed planning scheme change in the public question time part of the meeting. Shire planning executive manager David Bergin gave assurances that any change would not affect any private properties from Mornington to Mt Eliza or Sorrento to Portsea on the inland side.

Cr David Gill gained unanimous support from councillors to defer consideration of the planning changes until after a planning workshop and additional council briefing for councillors. It emerged during the debate at last week’s meeting that council officers rec-ommended the planning scheme amendment be deferred but Cr Gill noted the deferment recommendation was not listed on the agenda distributed to councillors at the meeting.

Before last Monday’s meeting, the Mornington Peninsula Ratepayers and Resi-dents Association was alarmed that the planning scheme amendment could be rushed through without community consultation but welcomed the deferment to consider the planning changes and easing of permit requirements. “We’re happy council officers decided councillors needed more time to consider the changes,” association secretary Doris Campbell said.

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Topsy turvy times at the beach Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au IT could be a scenario from Alice in Wonderland. One of those scenes where nothing lines up; there are plenty of angles but nothing is quite vertical or horizontal. Some of the beach boxes at Mt Martha beach north defy gravity, they lean at odd angles, their feet (stumps) sit above the sand with concrete pads looking lie ill-fitting shoes. Other sheds are being undermined, threatening to topple onto the sand or into the back walls of other beach boxes. At high tide walkers squeeze between the bathing boxes and a crumbling cliff, ignoring a warning sign out of necessity because there is no other dry sand left on the beach. The situation has been like this for months and although Mornington Peninsula Shire has issued orders for the bathing boxes to be repaired and conform to building regulations, work is underway on few of the tilting structures. The shire’s municipal building surveyor David Kotsiakos says three demolition orders and 26 minor works orders have been issued “to make the structures safe for use this summer”. “Three sheds have been ordered to be demolished due to their condition and/or the unstable founding material. None of these sheds have been removed as yet, however they are in areas with lower public access,” Mr Kotsiakos said.

Ancient arts TYEREELORE elder from Tasmania Nannette Shaw will show how to make traditional bull kelp water vessels, pictured, at Baluk Arts, 6 Bruce St, Mornington, 1-4pm, Saturday 25 February. Those interested in learning this ancient art can then take home their own small kelp basket. The cost of $75 includes materials and refreshments. Places are limited. Visit balukarts.org.au

STORMS left bathing boxes at Mt Martha with some strange angles. Mornington Peninsula Shire issued notices for three to be demolished and others to be repaired within “liberal” timeframes. Further along the beach Aboriginal middens are also succuming to the ongoing erosion.

“None of the sheds were seen to be in imminent danger of collapse warranting an emergency order therefore, given the constraints of weather, access and tides, the timeframes are reasonably liberal.” Mr Kotsiakos said council officers would eventually inspect the repairs “the orders will be cancelled”.

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A couple of hundred metres further up the beach there are no bathing boxes but the cliffs are crumbling. The shell remains of Aboriginal middens lie spread out at the foot of the cliffs alongside small native shrubs and grasses. The cliff that lies between the beach and the busy Esplanade is slowly

Aboriginal art moving towards the sea, with the waves eagerly swallowing the clay that falls within their reach. While cracks in the bitumen of the Esplanade are regularly filled it seems little can be done to stop, or even hide, the landslide taking place over the cliff out of sight of the traffic.

ROBERT Austin will talk about Aboriginal art at Mornington & District Historical Society’s first coffee morning of the year, 10.30am, Tuesday 14 February. The meeting will be in the meeting room at Mornington Fire Brigade, Nepean Highway, on the corner of Separation St. The cost is $5 each. All welcome.

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TWO recent jet-ski collisions have prompted a plea from police for riders to be extra careful. Last week, a 16-year-old girl received serious injuries and was taken to hospital after a collision at Rye, at about 3pm on Thursday 27 January, while a teenage boy was arrested after a jet ski incident at Portarlington on Thursday 12 January. Water Police Acting Sergeant Mark Helyer said police were keen to see jet ski riders enjoy their craft without incident. “Everyone loves to have fun on the water but the number one consideration needs to be safety,” he said. “Make sure your safety equipment is correct for your vessel and, most importantly, know when and where you need to wear a life jacket.” Jet ski operators should familiarise themselves with designated no boating and swim zones which have reduced speed limits. Acting Sergeant Helyer said risky behaviour on the water could have tragic results. “Alcohol use and boating simply don’t mix,” he said. “Police will be enforcing blood alcohol limits on the water and at the ramps when riders come in.”

trading because of the 25 December fire. It is not known what was stolen.

Smashing time A HAMMER was used to bash open the back door of a computer store in Mornington, overnight on Wednesday 25 January. Nothing was stolen and police are unsure why the store, in the KWA Building, in Main St, was singled out. They say of nearby offices could have been the targets.

Cars stolen THIEVES stole a car parked outside a house in Leon Av, Rosebud, overnight on Thursday 26 January. The 2002 Ford sedan, registration TSE 278, was on the nature strip. A 2008 Hyundai was stolen from the driveway of a house in Tootgarook, overnight on Wednesday 25 January. The red car, registration YYL858, was in the driveway of the house in McAlpine St with its window open. Anyone with information should call 1800 333 000.

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BURGLARS smashed their way through a plaster wall into an attached carport in Baxter to steal a motorbike on Wednesday 25 January. Detective Senior Sergeant Miro Majstorovic, of Somerville CIU, said the $12,000 R1 Yamaha bike was stolen from the Olstead Drive house between 10am and 2pm.

POLICE are searching for a white Mitsubishi Lancer Coupe with distinctive rims and body kit after a shot was fired at a man outside a milk bar in Havana Cres, Frankston, in April last year. The victim was waiting to meet friends when the car drove slowly past and a single shot was fired from the front passenger side window, narrowly missing him and hitting the shop window at about 8pm on Thursday 28 April. Detective Senior Constable Mark Garrett, of Frankston CIU, said detectives had interviewed several suspects and were seeking public help in identifying the car. Anyone with information can call Crime Stop-

Break-in after fire FIRE caused extensive damage to the Perfect Pleasures adult store in Point Nepean Rd, Rosebud, on Christmas day, with the store again being targeted on Monday 23 January. Four youths wearing dark clothing and backpacks were seen entering the store which was shuttered and not

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NEWS DESK

Ship on way for hydrogen export Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au WHILE politicians and environmentalists are on a collision course over plans to build a coal gasification plant at Hastings, Kawasaki Heavy Industries is already building a test vessel to carry liquefied hydrogen. The ship now being developed by the Japanese company is designed to carry 2500 cubic metres of the gas which will be produced with brown coal from the Latrobe Valley. Because of hydrogen’s high evaporation rate the ship will have a double shell to provide vacuum insulation. Kawasaki says it will have the Liquefied hydrogen transportation pioneering test vessel ready by 2020, the same year the state government says a brown coal to hydrogen test plant will be operating in the Latrobe Valley. Hastings MP Neale Burgess says the Kawasaki supply chain could eventually see “long coal trains or a coal slurry pipe bringing huge amounts of coal to Hastings, building of a huge coal gasification plant at Hastings and the produced hydrogen being shipped through Western Port”. Mr Burgess’s opposition to the plant being built at Hastings or anywhere else in Western Port contrasts with that of his federal Liberal colleague Greg Hunt who has only said he is opposed to Crib Point being “reindustrialised”. Mr Hunt has said he is opposed to the Port of Hastings becoming “a coal port”, but Kawasaki wants to export hydrogen, not coal.

SHIPS being built and planned by Kawasaki Heavy Industries to carry liquid hydrogen extracted from Victoria’s brown coal could one day be operating out of the Port of Hastings. The top “test” vessel will carry 2500 cubic metres of liquid hydrogen and the larger vessel, below, is designed for 160,000 cubic metres.

Kawasaki is already planning a much larger ship to carry hydrogen if its test vessel is a success. Without setting completion date, the company says it aims to build a ship capable of carrying 160,000 cubic metres of liquefied hydrogen.

Seen as heralding “the dawn of a new era … when hydrogen comes into wide use in society, hydrogen produced overseas at a low cost will need to be transported in large amounts”, the company’s website states. Environmentalists argue that processing

the brown coal in Victoria means “our local community will bear the brunt of the climate and human health damaging emissions, while Japan enjoys the clean hydrogen fuel”. “As far as I can ascertain, there has been no public consultation about Hastings and Western

Port being the unlucky recipient of an industry - or at the very least the likely shipping hub - for a fuel responsible for some of the most horrendous incidents on the planet and loss of human life. Are we mad?” Jenny Warfe of the Blue Wedges environment group said.

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Council rates due next week RATES for Mornington Peninsula Shire residents paying in full are due on Wednesday 15 February. Rates for those paying by instalments are due on Tuesday 28 February. Rates may be paid by direct debit or online. Direct debit payees have the option of paying nine monthly payments. Online payments can be made by credit card through ePeninsula. Those paying through their savings or cheque accounts can use Post Billpay using the details listed on the front of their rates notice. Mastercard and Visa payments can be made by an automated payment service on most push button phones. Those using BPay should enter the Biller Code and BPay reference de-

tails shown on the front of their rates notice. Those paying in person can use cash, cheque, money order, credit card or BPay at any shire customer service centre, 8.30am-5pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays) after presenting their rates and valuation notices. Cheques should be made out to Mornington Peninsula Shire. Rates letters should be sent to Mornington Peninsula Shire, Private Bag 1000, Rosebud 3939. Receipts will not be issued for mailed payments. Australia Post outlets also accept rates payments. Those paying by phone should call 13 18 16. Details: call 5950 1080 or visit mornpen.vic.gov.au

Playing historic classics A GALA dinner and recital will be held 6.30pm, Sunday 12 February, at Morning Star Estate, Sunnyside Rd, Mt Eliza. Beethoven’s Cello feature by Rohan de Korte on cello and Darryl Coote on piano will be accompanied by a team of pianists as part of the Classic Music in Historic Venues series. The main course at 6.30pm will be followed by the recital at 7.20pm. Beethoven compositions will include 12 variations on a theme from Handel’s oratorio Judas Maccabeus; Beethoven’s sonata for piano and cello in F major Op 5 No. 1; Beethoven’s 12 Variations on Mozart’s Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen Op 66 and his sonata for cello and piano in A major Op 69. Those with special dietary requests should call Morning Star Estate after

booking on 9787 7760. Tickets at $110 cover the recital and dinner, not door sales. Bookings at Trybooking.com

iPads aid fire fight MT ELIZA Fire Brigade received three iPads from Telstra at its annual brigade presentation and dinner in December. “The iPads will enable us to remove our reliance on paper-based systems and move towards a one-stop shop for all our first responder operational needs,� Fire Captain Mark Turnham said. “This will enhance the brigade’s efficiency in information gathering and other uses, such as like identifying hazardous goods, hydrants and road maps, training, operating procedures and as a tool for educational visits.�

Australia Day dinner at mosque MEMBERS of Langwarrin’s Ahmadiyya Muslim community hosted a dinner at their Baitul Salam Mosque to commemorate Australia Day. The more than 200 guests at the dinner on Sunday 29 January included politicians, Frankston mayor Cr Brian Cunial and councillors, diplomats,

faith leaders, community leaders and Victoria police. The annual Australia Day dinner is an important event for the Ahmadiyya community, which believes in showing love and loyalty to one’s country of residence. Members’ children sang the national

anthem, and dignitaries spoke of the importance of Australia Day. They praised the Ahmadiyya community for its efforts in bringing people of all walks of life together to celebrate the occasion. Cr Cunial presented awards to volunteers who served the community.

Fete for historic Mt Eliza church MT ELIZA Anglican Church on Nepean Highway, Mt Eliza, will hold its annual fete, 9.30am-1.30pm, Saturday 25 February. On offer will be homemade treats, trash and treasure, barbecue and cafĂŠ, plants, jewelry, gifts and pony rides at the church on the corner of Koetong Parade. Last October the St James The Less congregation celebrated 150 years since the laying of the cornerstone of the small white church.

The site was given by a Captain Edward Lintott. A committee was formed, money raised, and an architect appointed. Clay for the bricks came from the site of Peninsula School. The original building consisted of a nave and porch and could seat about 70 people. The first service was held in 1866 by the Rev Thomas Abraham, the vicar at Mornington. A chancel and vestry were added in 1913. In 1964 the new parish of Mt Eliza

appointed the Rev Charles Miles as vicar. In 1931, Mt Eliza resident Violet Teague spent two years painting a mural on the sanctuary wall using local residents as models. In 2000, the church and the altar paintings were heritage listed. The church’s stained glass window was designed by Leonard French. Four services are held on Sundays and another on Wednesdays. Details: mteliza.melbourneanglican.org.au or call 0419 399 178 or 9775 3301.

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Run and have fun for a cause A DIAGNOSIS of terminal cancer was the last thing Mt Eliza father of two Geoff Nyssen was expecting three weeks after turning 40. Life was on track in 2014 for the corporate high-flyer who lived a “normal” life, focussing on success and “getting ahead”. That was until a diagnosis of terminal blood cancer turned his life upside down. Inspirational in so many ways, Mr Nyssen has met the challenge head on and is re-directing his energies into raising money for Myeloma Australia to support the carers and families of multiple myeloma patients. In between working part time as an environmental engineer and undergoing chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant, the 43-year-old has gathered the help of friends and family to organise a Mt Eliza Run & Fun Festival 7.30am – 3.30pm on Sunday 26 March at Emil Madsen Reserve. “It’s disempowering to be diagnosed with cancer, but I feel that I was very lucky not to have lost a limb, as so many myeloma sufferers do,” he said. While the future is unclear, today’s new normal for Mr Nyssen involves trying to be as deliberate and useful with his time as possible. He connects with people through online writing and public presentations, and shares stories about how he has used nutrition, exercise, meditation, gratitude and goal setting to derive a purposeful life for himself. He has prioritised time with his family and is grateful to be able to walk his two young children to school, listening, talking and learning on the way. “For all of us, time can disappear so quickly and so I try to prioritise and do things that are meaningful. “I don’t subscribe to the fact that I won’t be here in two years, or 10 years, or whatever the textbooks say, but I do want to make sure I spend whatever time I have left doing things that matter.” Mr Nyssen said he hoped the festival, which will include activities for children and adults, will be an opportunity for people to connect with each other for a good cause. Read more about Mr Nyssen’s life at http://geoffnyssen.com/ Liz Bell

IT might have a new name, but the school remains the same. The Peninsula School at Mt Eliza is now to be known as Peninsula Grammar. Originally known as the Peninsula Church of England School for Boys and then The Peninsula School after enrolment was extended to girls, principal Stuart Johnston says Peninsula Grammar “better reflects who we are today”. In a letter sent to members of The Old Peninsula School Association, or TOPSA Alumni Network, Mr Johnston said the decision to make the change this year follows “consultation with parents, staff and the community”. “There will be little that changes for us as a result of our new name – we will continue to provide the highest quality education in a proudly co-educational environment,” Mr Johnston stated. “Our core values remain the same and our students will continue to learn, grow and flourish here in Mornington Peninsula’s premier co-educational school.”

Library for babies ROSEBUD and Mornington libraries are holding weekly baby time sessions. The sessions at the four peninsula libraries are designed to help a baby’s mind grow by learning new words, singing songs and developing language and concentration. The 30-minute baby time sessions are for children aged up to 12 months. Baby time will be held at 2pm on Thursdays at Hastings; 11am Mondays at Rosebud; 11am Fridays, Mornington; and 2pm on the first Thursday of the month at Somerville. Sessions are free and no bookings are required, details ourlibrary.mornpen.vic. gov.au

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Artist takes minister for prize ride to the polo NEVER one to miss an opportunity to make fun (and make a point) of those he sees as benefitting from the public purse, Seaford artist Tony Sowersby has chosen Foreign Minister Julie Bishop as the subject of his entry in this year’s Bald Archy Prize. Billed as “the art that laughs at art’s lighter side” the Bald Archy Prize “provides artists of all styles and standards with a genuine opportunity, ranging from the hilarious to the bizarrely vulgar, to create portrait paintings of humour, dark satire, light comedy or caricature”. Sowersby, who regularly wryly comments on public affairs through his art, says his entry is a “reworking of a cartoon that I put out during the latest (but not the last) politicians' rorts scandal”. He sees his work depicting Ms Bishop astride a polo horse as a “statement”. His caption reads: “Hey, I’m working here.” “Our Foreign Minister Julie Bishop was heavily criticised, in my opinion unfairly, for attending [a previous annual] Portsea polo event at the expense of the taxpayers,” Sowersby says. “I mean, the Mornington Peninsula is 3500 kilometres from her electorate in Perth, and she was drinking French champagne, and she was wearing German clothes, and

the car park was full of European vehicles, and her boyfriend [former Mornington Peninsula pharmacist David Panton] is a Victorian. “It all sounds like Foreign Affairs to me.” The Bald Archy Prize is said to be

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Piper survives to play again Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A SHOREHAM dog has survived a bite from a deadly tick species that was thought not to exist on the Mornington Peninsula. The bite from the Australian paralysis tick (Ixodes holocyclus) – which frequents the east coast of Australia, including Lakes Entrance and Bairnsdale – had paralysed the Hungarian Vizsla, named Piper, causing body weakness and a changed bark. Realising her 14-month-old pet was gravely ill – and suspecting a tick bite – owner Heather Geschke rushed it to Hastings veterinary clinic and found the engorged parasite under her dog’s collar while they sat in the waiting room. “It was fairly obvious as it was a fair size,” Ms Geschke said. “Once in the surgery the vet whipped it out very quickly. “I had recognised it as tick paralysis as a previous pet had been affected, but I was told we don’t get them here.” Ms Geschke said Piper had not been away from home and other family members had not travelled to tickprone areas, such as East Gippsland. Veterinarian Dr Matt Ray said after being diagnosed the dog was taken to the pet emergency centre in Frankston and treated with tick antiserum. “It has since made a full recovery thanks to this fast treatment,” he said. A parasitologist had confirmed the tick as Ixodes holocyclus. “If this tick establishes itself in local wildlife it may be a regular and poten-

Pillars petition A GROUP calling itself Residents within the Mornington Electorate is collecting signatures on a petition it wants Mornington MP David Morris to read to state parliament. The petition says the Department of Environment, Water, Land and Planning (DEWLP) “approves of the Pillars foreshore cliff area of Mt Martha as an ongoing tourist destination, yet fails to provide any safe access routes for the thousands of visitors … This causes significant disturbance and distress to local residents.” The petition says DEWLP “has done nothing” to address cliff erosion, damage to vegetation, littering, danger to pedestrians, dangerous cliff-top jumping, illegal parking, anti-social behaviour and “extreme distress” to local residents. It wants DEWLP to fund a walking trail or boardwalk and public amenities along the cliff side of the Esplanade between South Beach and Stanley Crescent, Mt Martha. Mr Morris said last week he had yet to receive the petition.

Correction Feeling better: Piper, now fully recovered after surviving a potentially deadly tick bite, with Ryan Geschke, 19. Picture: Yanni

tially life-threatening problem for pets on the peninsula,” Dr Ray said. The recent warm, wet weather and people and animals holidaying in tickprone areas, may have helped the tick establish itself on the peninsula. “It is possible that the wet weather over summer has changed the normal distribution of this tick,” Dr Ray said. Signs of tick paralysis include weakness, especially in the hind legs. As the

condition progresses pets may be unable to stand, or suffer regurgitation, vomiting or breathing issues, including coughing in advanced cases. “Treatment is critical to survival and includes administration of tick antiserum and hospitalisation to monitor for worsening signs,” Dr Ray said. He said tick prevention was especially important in spring and summer. This can include a variety of oral and

topical medications or collars. Daily tick checks at these times of year are still required even when a pet has been treated. It is important to look all over the dog or cat, including inside the lips and mouth, under the collar, under the tail, between the toes and in the ears. “Ticks may be engorged and easy to see but can also be small and difficult to find,” Dr Ray said.

IN 31 January edition of The News it was incorrectly stated that Warrant Officer Brendan Woodsell received an OAM in this year’s Australia Day Honours List. Warrant Officer Woodsell, ships warrant officer at HMAS Cerberus, received the Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM) for his services at HMAS Cerberus. He received an OAM in 2010, when he was based in WA, for meritorious service in the field of combat systems and as an outstanding warrant officer in the Royal Australian Navy.

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Open shelter more often to avoid killing animals I’m very concerned about the Mornington Community Animal Shelter not being open to the public like all other shelters, such as the RSPCA Peninsula Animal Aid and Stonnington animal shelter. I feel this is hampering animals being adopted and therefore they are being euthanised. I have emailed [Mornington Peninsula Shire’s] CEO, mayor and deputy mayor, with either no response or a generated response not addressing the issue. There has also been a petition and a rally all to no avail. Section 2.13 of the Victorian Code of Practice for Operations of Shelters states “reasonable periods for public access to the establishment must be provided during working hours” and “public access after hours or on weekends at an establishment may be made by appointment with the authorised officer”. I believe the appointment only rule needs to be removed as it could hinder potential adoptions. At the Mornington shelter you must email the shelter to get it to send a three-page adoption application form, fill it out, email it back and then wait to hear about an appointment. This is done before you can even view the animal you are interested in. I fear that healthy animals are being killed unnecessarily due to the appointment-only rule and lengthy adoption process. At other shelters you can walk in, view the animals and adopt in the same day. We’re told this can’t happen at Mornington because of occupational health and safety, quarantine and infection control. As a ratepayer that funds this community shelter I am not at all happy. I expect it to be open to the public so people can visit and adopt an animal desperate for a home. How do I make the council listen? Kathryn Brown, Mornington

No Pillars fence I think it is a terrible decision to fence off foreshore (“Fencing off the Pillars” The News 31/1/17). The foreshore was given to the people of Victoria in the 1860s and access is being taken away without consultation and with the phony excuse of [Aboriginal] “heritage value”. If that’s the case the entire foreshore between Mornington and Portsea should be returned for heritage purposes, not just the area that the Mornington Peninsula Shire will not properly maintain or service for visitors. The locals are upset with conditions, but that is because the young people are not being afforded the facilities that are needed. And yes, I live on the Esplanade at Mt Martha. Philip Fitzpatrick, Mt Martha

Too much traffic Once again we have seen record numbers of visitors and tourists coming to the southern Mornington Peninsula. And, once again there has been frustration caused by the ridiculous amount of traffic, especially Point Nepean, Boneo and Browns roads. Cars on Peninsula Link were often at a standstill. Shopping centre car parks are basically unusable with many motorists parking on nature strips causing angry residents to post abusive notes on windscreens. VicRoads did a Point Nepean Rd study in 2013 and came up with many recommendations such as widening and diverting traffic away from Point Nepean Rd. This year with illuminated road signs suggested alternative route times to Sorrento - all these roads were often at a standstill.

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Browns and Boneo roads are the only two alternatives and it will clearly only get worse each year as Mornington Peninsula Shire has “tourism” as a priority. The shire is pushing for the freeway to be extended from Jetty Rd to Melbourne Rd. It is noted that in the VicRoads report that they wish to preserve the “local environment”, naming the Tootgarook Wetland (seen in the report as a “swamp”) as an area for “protection”. Of course this is at odds with the probable freeway extension as it goes directly through this area. Do we allow an infinite number [of people], uncontrolled, to continue to come to this area? How do the ratepayers feel about the proposed massive traffic influx from the proposed freeway extension to Melbourne Rd? Is Melbourne Rd to be widened to accommodate at this extra traffic? Then, at Sorrento township, where does all this traffic go? Will the shire ever tell residents just what its intentions are for the traffic flows? Maybe it has no idea, especially no idea of how to reduce the everincreasing traffic on the road network. Andrew Raff, Fingal

Cater for more cars I’ve just finished reading a letter by a Nadia Wilson (“Not just another suburb of Melbourne” The News 24/1/17) and the second last paragraph stood out, that the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council has completely dropped the ball on roads. But it’s also been our long-standing state member [Nepean MP] Martin Dixon, and our federal member [Flinders MP] Greg Hunt, who have done nothing about extending the Mornington Peninsula freeway that stopped at Jetty Rd, Rosebud decades ago. They have both let down the people living on the peninsula. When driving off the freeway before Jetty Rd and onto Point Nepean Rd, you are confronted with a flashing sign, saying you would have a better run to Sorrento by going to Browns Rd, really a country road. The state government had to step in to finish the Arthur’s Seat chairlift as the shire was trying stop it, which shows again and again how inept

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Eyesore entrance It is unbelievable that such an important gateway to one of Victoria’s major tourist destinations is an eyesore. Surely the entrance to the southern peninsula at the intersection of Nepean Highway and Point Nepean Rd deserves better? An insipid sign has been installed, proclaiming “Dromana, where the mountain meets the sea”. The wording is acceptable, but the signboard leaves much to be desired and is of no consequence in welcoming tourists. This “strip” (from the freeway), as an entrance to our beautiful southern peninsula, is a disgrace. Let’s get rid of the open drain by putting it underground and then landscape this entry strip with flower beds, palms and lawns. There could be an architect-designed arch with a sign illuminated with LED lights. Yes, this eyesore entry strip could become a highlight for tourists, welcoming them to Dromana. Gerry Shepherd, Dromana

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NEWS DESK Although it was not actually an invasion, the arrival of hundreds of white Englishmen in the first fleet initiated the blatant takeover of this land from the Aborigines after they had had it to themselves for possibly 60,000 years. If I had Aboriginal blood I would feel quite bitter about celebrating that event even though 229 years have passed. I suggest we instead celebrate a date around 28 February because it was on about that date that Willem Janszoon made the first known European landing in Austrailia at the Pennefather River on Cape York in the Duyfken in 1606. The attraction of celebrating that date is that Janszoon’s visit did not result in any white settlement and his confrontation with the Aborigines resulted in the loss of more of his men than Aborigines. Another suggestion is the actual date the Native Title Act 1993 came into effect as that began a basis on which imported Australians and native Australians can live here with equal rights. I was born in Australia nearly 80 years ago, but it is my opinion that Australia Day should not be 26 January but a date acceptable to both the original inhabitants and we newcomers. James McLoughlin, Balnarring

Actions, not words I note with interest that Nepean MP Martin Dixon (“Green agri-wedge” Letters 31/1/17) is promoting a talk fest on 14 February relating to law and order and police numbers on the Mornington Peninsula. We have had many talk fests before and all to no avail. Guests should include the police minister and chief commissioner who recently attended a meeting at Lakes Entrance over the same problem. I can assure Mr Dixon that the local community and the Victorian public, are astutely aware of the overall disgraceful situation with law and order and policing in this state (I do not criticise the police on the beat, but their senior officers and judiciary need to take inventory of their public responsibility), so why have another talk fest which will do nothing to improve the situation. At the time of writing we note another riot at Malmsbury justice centre with 15 escapees who have no respect for law or people in the community and all the politicians are doing is talking, not positive action. Looking at past local talk fests: Sound barriers on

the freeway (2016). No action; overpass/intersection on the freeway near Jetty Rd (2013), a $200,000 report completed and no action by VicRoads or politicians. Politicians from all sides need to work together and solve these serious problems with no more talk fests or playing politics. R J Troutbeck, Boneo

Annoyed, dismayed I am a resident of Crib Point and when I need a tradesman I look in the local newspapers. I found the advertisement for a local trade’s person in this week’s edition of The News (31/1/17). When I described my problem to the person on the other end on the phone I was told “Sorry sir, we do not service your area”. My question is “then why bother to advertise in The News if you don’t service the area”. Needless to say I was annoyed and dismayed at the response. Geoff Connelly, Crib Point

Ditch the ditch In spite of the furore over sky rail versus the ditch, with the seeming majority of emotional noise opposing sky rail, I believe sky rail to be easily the best option. But I guess I may not be in the majority in this decision, soon to be made by a state government under attack by orchestrated opposition. Let’s hope the railway engineers and common sense can overrule the ditch option that would divide our former city with a flood prone gutter rail line, subject to puddling damage from vibration. Over recent years rail traffic has dramatically increased, and vibration will increase beyond imagination. What’s puddling? Well, sit on the beach and slap the damp sand, the result is water rising to the surface into a wet puddle. The vibration from trains on the water table below the primary dune will be enough to misalign our railway line. Should this trench railway be approved, my thoughts and sympathies go out to the gangers and maintenance workers trying to keep the lines true and trains on the rails. Les C Williams, Edithvale

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‘Deadline’ set for funeral home THE Allison Monkhouse Mornington funeral home property in Mornington is being sold through a “deadline sale” closing early next month. The 2357 square metre block on the corner of Nepean Highway and Strachans Rd, Mornington, is 900 metres west of Main St. Selling agents CVA Property Consultants are marketing the Residential Zone 1 site as suitable for a “variety of developments or owner occupiers seeking to take advantage of the generous Nepean Highway frontage”. These options include

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Exercise Physiology new to St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital EXERCISE Physiology (EP) was recently introduced to St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital with the commencement of Sam Buchanan. Sam is an experienced EP, who has spent 5 years in private practice and worked throughout the Mornington Peninsula. He is looking forward to working with patients to assist them in achieving their rehabilitation goals. EP’s specialise in the provision of exercise based rehabilitation for a range of conditions both acute and chronic. This includes musculoskeletal, neurological, and chronic disease management such as pain management, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, cardiovascular diseases as well as many other conditions. The aim of an EP is to help prevent acute or manage subacute conditions and assist in restoring optimum physical function, health, and wellbeing. Exercise Physiology is an integral part of the multidisciplinary team at St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital. Our Rehabilitation Physicians oversee the multidisciplinary team who will work closely with patients to provide the best exercise program that is FDWHUHGVSHFL¿FDOO\WRWKHQHHGVDQG capabilities of individual’s.

Some individual patient’s programs may include a one to one session with Sam, utilising our fully equipped gymnasium and therapy areas. Sam is also involved in our outpatient group programs: • Falls & Balance, • Parkinson’s • Cardiac • Pulmonary • Oncology 3HRSOHRIDOODJHVEHQH¿WIURP regular exercise. It is the provision of our expert advice and support throughout any program that will ensure consistency and motivation leading to improvement and a greater sense of wellbeing. Any exercise program needs to be sustainable long term and your rehabilitation team will work together to design a program that is both achievable and enjoyable. They continually measure performance and adjust individual’s programs accordingly ensuring they DUHREWDLQLQJPD[LPXPEHQH¿W If you are interested in attending our hospital, either as an inpatient or outpatient, please ask your GP or Specialist to write a referral to us. How do you attend our hospital? Inpatients: you can choose who provides your rehabilitation after your acute hospital stay or if you

have a referral from your GP. Simply request to have your inpatient rehabilitation at our hospital and one of our Rehabilitation Assessment Nurses will visit you to plan your stay with us. Outpatients: A referral from your GP or Specialist is required. Please direct all referrals to: St John of God Frankston Rehabilitation Hospital 255-265 Cranbourne Road, Frankston General telephone: 9788 3333

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** Same expert physical rehabilitation ** New look coming in 2017!!! NEW LOOK FOR OUR HOSPITAL We are very excited to announce our hospital will be undertaking a $9.7 million refurbishment. Work commenced last month and all staged works aim to be completed by December this year.

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Scope of works planned: Conversion of 3 and 4 bed wards to 2 bed wards. Increased single rooms Patient rooms and ensuites will be refurbished and refreshed Improved front entrance access for patients and vehicles Chapel to be moved and increased in size with the addition of a multipurpose adjourning meeting room New kiosk and lounge area in front reception Whilst this is a comprehensive and detailed refurbishment it will occur in stages in order to have the least impact on both our inpatients and outpatient services. We will continue with business as usual to provide our comprehensive rehabilitation services every day throughout the project. Hospitality I Compassion I Respect I Justice I Excellence

255-265 Cranbourne Road, Frankston Telephone: 03 9788 3333 Email: info.frankstonrehab@sjog.org.au

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NEWS DESK Socialising veterans THE 1066 Hastings Day Club has received $6285 through the Veteran and Community Grants program to allow its members to participate in bus trips and activities to help reduce social isolation. â&#x20AC;&#x153;These bus trips allow our members to get out and about and to see places they might never have been to before,â&#x20AC;? secretary Doreen Greve said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Many of our members donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have their own transport so this enables them to visit other areas safely with a great social group. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our activities are the highlight of the week for many people. This funding from the federal government allows us to continue to provide this service to the community.â&#x20AC;? Club members are aged 60-90 and its activities include bus trips, social gatherings and hearing from guest speakers. New members are always welcome. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The dedication and hard work of organisations such as the 1066 Hastings Day Club ensure veterans and their families receive services, support and opportunities in their local community,â&#x20AC;? Flinders MP Greg Hunt said.

Family history THE role of the Hodgins family in in Hastings will be outlined by Lance Hodgins at the next Mornington coffee held by Hastings-Western Port Historical Society. The meeting starts at 10.15am, Thursday 9 February, at Hastings Museum, corner Marine Pde and Skinner St, Hastings. All welcome. The $5 entry includes the chance to win a door prize. There will also be a raffle and plant sales. Details: 0490 132 011 or 9781 1141.

Retired but still going strong Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au EARLY childhood teacher Lyn Knight has retired after 22 years at St Marks Uniting Church in Mornington â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a playgroup that she started. During that time she was said to have influenced hundreds of children and their families. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lyn is such a special person and warrants recognition,â&#x20AC;? said Katherine La Nauze, a mum who attended the playgroup for four years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The magic of Lyn Knight will dance with us for the rest of our lives. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She provided a unique warmth and educational experience for children and their families at her playgroup.â&#x20AC;? Ms Knight said she started the playgroup because â&#x20AC;&#x153;there was a real need for young parents and their children to meet somewhere safe and welcomingâ&#x20AC;?. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We had many new families here â&#x20AC;&#x201C; some even coming from overseas â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and I wanted them to feel comfortable; it was enjoyable and satisfying. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Among some families I knew the eldest down to the youngest, and I value the friendships I had with their young parents.â&#x20AC;? Volunteer Dick Matthews said Ms Knight committed her time most days of the week for 22 years â&#x20AC;&#x153;even during personal hardship and only in the past year scaled down her daysâ&#x20AC;?. Ms Knight was renowned for incorporating key aspects of early childhood learning into play activities to enhance childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s communication, speech and language, social and emotional development and motor skills, Ms La Nauze said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She created

Fond memories: Early childhood teacher Lyn Knight will still enhance childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s lives. Picture: Gary Sissons

a fun, caring and positive learning environment and encouraged creativity, imagination and openness to the community and world around us. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She shared her love for animals and the garden, and always brought animals for the children to nurse and care for and made beautiful posies of flowers from her garden for the children to take home. â&#x20AC;&#x153;She had an incredible way of making time for everyone and making people feel as though they belonged

to something special. She had a wonderful way of subtly addressing the individual needs of everyone. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Lyn was an inspirational teacher and a friend. She inspired volunteers to become involved and help families through the playgroup.â&#x20AC;? Ms Knight hosted past and present playgroup members to a picnic at her Dunns Rd, Mt Martha farm, on her retirement. She continues to devote time to others, and donates all proceeds from the

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SUPERHEIST RETAKE THEIR THRONE Born… 1993. Forefather’s of Australian Nu-Metal. 10 years hard touring. 2 top 20 albums. A spate of top 40 singles. Every major festival. Huge fan base. US record labels hot on their trail. Died… 2003. Fast forward to 2016… Like Lazarus…SUPERHEIST are back! Back with a vengeance! After 13 years off the grid, guitarist and songwriter Richie “dw Norton and bass player Drew Dedman have enlisted drummer Benny Clark (Electrik Dynamite) and who Norton describes as the best frontman in both hemisphere’s Ezekiel Ox on lead vocals. With a brand new album and what the pundits are calling the band’s greatest work to date, Superheist are set to unleash their 4th album and first in 13 years… GHOSTS OF THE SOCIAL DEAD. Produced and mixed in Los Angeles California by none other than Jay Baumgardner (Evanescence, Bush, Papa Roach, Orgy, Coal Chamber) at the famous NRG Studios in North Hollywood. A collection of stadium Nu-Metal Rock anthems… Ezekiel Ox taking the band into the stratosphere with his menacing hard rap and epic Farnhamesque big chorus delivery! This is not a reunion people… This is a retaking of the Throne! Superheist will be playing at The Grand Hotel, Mornington, on Friday 24 February. Tickets at grand.oztix. com.au or www.grand.net.au

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MENTAL AS ANYTHING Nearly 40 years of recording and non stop touring. 25 top 40 hits in Australia. Sustained international airplay and Mentals are still at it. Martin Plaza and Greedy Smith are always writing songs. They can’t stop! Here comes a loony chunkabilly track from Plaza. Slide guitar harmonica and laconic vocal take us to his bedlam. -Goat Tracks In My Sandpit-. A troubled soul? Recorded in Martin Plaza’s Sandpit and A

Sharp In Riverwood. Plaza obliquely pays tribute to Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys referencing his famous living room sandpit where Brian wrote his songs and faced his personal demons. Plaza’s demons?: phantom footprints? unseen goats drinking all his cans beer? Shades of the Nips perhaps. Produced by Martin and Steve James who produced Mentals take on RocknRoll Music for Young Einstein. In the can and just around the corner is a

five track EP featuring the Mentals current lineup of Martin Cilia From the Atlantics on guitar, Jacob Cook on drums and from Mondo Rock, Casey Chambers and Jimmy Barnes James Gillard on bass and bvs. Five new songs Written by Greedy and Martin that Show the range and depth of two lifetimes in pop songwriting. Mental as Anything will be playing at The Grand Hotel, Mornington, on Friday 10 February. Tickets at grand.oztix.com.au or www.grand.net.au

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Coastal chic that will inspire Address: Auction: Agency: Agent:

72 Kilburn Grove, MOUNT MARTHA Saturday 4th March at 11:00am McEwing & Partners, 160 Main Street, Mornington, 5975 4555 Dean Phillips, 0402 833 865

INFUSED with an intoxicating coastal chic, this beautifully refurbished 1960â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s era beach house offers a tranquil sanctuary equally well-suited to lazy weekend getaways or a brand new life close to the water, with Mount Marthaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s beloved South Beach within walking distance. The enormous 1343 square metre allotment also provides an exciting canvas to either extend the existing three-bedroom home, or create the ultimate family retreat by adding a pool or tennis court (STCA). The home is set at the curve

of a semi-circle driveway with plenty of established trees providing shade. There is a carport alongside the home, however the driveway does extend up to a detached single garage, which as an added bonus has plastered walls, power and plumbing, with some timber decking to the side. The clean and crisp interior receives plenty of natural light and from all windows there is a pleasant garden outlook, particularly from the vibrant bedrooms which will be a welcome space to retire to at the end of the day. Handsome

timber floors extend throughout the bedrooms and bathroom into a gorgeous living room that enjoys the ambience of a glowing wood heater, and to the kitchen are thick timber bench tops and stainless-steel appliances including an upright gas stove and a dishwasher. Opening from the kitchen, the superb alfresco deck has a northerly aspect and will be perfect for barbecues on warm summer evenings, and there is even a quirky outdoor bath to have a relaxing soak underneath the stars.

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

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

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93 Dominion Road, Mount Martha Custom designed to the highest standard, this striking 18-month-old contemporary two-storey residence combines stunning appointments with the rare advantages of a fully self-contained two-bedroom apartment delivering a flawless five-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom family environment geared for entertaining. Featuring a magnificent Smeg kitchen with Butler’s pantry, media room, rumpus room, study, separate living and dining rooms linking to yearround alfresco entertaining, palatial main bedroom suite and parking for eight cars. Beautifully situated in the dress circle of Mount Martha, the home is just a short stroll from the village and beachfront and close to schools including Mount Martha Primary and Balcombe Grammar.

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

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

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13A CANTERBURY STREET, MORNINGTON

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BEACHSIDE LIVING AT ITS BEST Claiming the most enviable beachside location within footsteps to the sand and array of sumptuous restaurants and cafes lining Main Street, this lavish 3 bedroom seaside oasis is set to make your dreams come true. Spread over 2 luminous levels, the vast RSHQOD\RXWRIWKHPDLQOLYLQJDUHDDQGDGMRLQLQJEDOFRQ\WHUUDFHÀRZVVHDPOHVVO\LQWRWKHVOHHNFKHI¶VNLWFKHQZLWKJUDQLWH counters and Blanco appliances, while the lower living area opens to a paved barbecue patio. Includes a master suite with study and ensuite, 2nd bathroom, ducted heating and vacuuming, evaporative cooling and a double remote garage with internal access.

AUCTION: TERMS: PRICE GUIDE: INSPECT: CONTACT:

Saturday 18th February at 11am 10% deposit, balance 60/90 days $950,000 plus Saturday 11:00 -11:30am Annette McKeand 0409 552 790

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Sunday 5th March commencing 12 noon 10% deposit, balance 60/90/120 days Contact Agent Saturday 3-3.30pm James Crowder 0407 813 377 Deb Ketting-Olivier 0403 554 955

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1619 POINT NEPEAN ROAD, CAPEL SOUND (ROSEBUD WEST)

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AUCTION: Terms: Price Guide: Inspect: Contact:

Friday 24th February at 11am 10% deposit, balance 60/90 days $780,000 - $850,000 By Appointment James Crowder 0407 813 377

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PRICE GUIDE: INSPECT: CONTACT:

$395,000 - $434,000 Saturday 11:00 -11:30am Ben Crowder 0407 557 758 James Crowder 0407813377

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1/11 PETREL CLOSE, MOUNT ELIZA

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ARCHITECT-DESIGNED LUXURY 6KRZFDVLQJDOOWKHHOHJDQFH\RXZRXOGH[SHFWIURPD/XFDV0RUULV designed home complete with soaring ceilings, wide halls, multiple living ]RQHVDQGKLJKTXDOLW\¿QLVKHVWKURXJKRXWWKLVVWULNLQJEHGURRPIDPLO\ RDVLVZLWKLQJURXQGVZLPPLQJSRROÃ&#x20AC;DXQWVDOLIHVW\OHZHOOEH¿WWLQJWKLV HOLWHVHDVLGHFRPPXQLW\)HDWXUHVVXQNHQIRUPDOOLYLQJDQGGLQLQJZLWK ¿UHSODFHQGSOXVKOLYLQJURRPDQGIDPLO\PHDOVDUHDDGMRLQLQJWKH Caesar stone and s/steel kitchen. Includes 2 chic bathrooms, ducted heating/cooling, 5kW solar panels and double garage with storeroom. AUCTION: Terms: Price Guide: Inspect: Contact:

Saturday 25th February at 1pm 10% deposit, balance 60/90 days $840,000 - $890,000 Saturday at 1:00 -1:30pm James Crowder 0407 813 377 Deb Ketting-Olivier 0403 554 955

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SAFETY BEACH B204/83 Spinnaker Terrace Views of the Canal - Martha Cove Living This luxury waterfront 3 bedroom apartment at Martha Cove boast stunning canal views and spacious open plan living in this prime position. Unrestricted views over the stunning marina from the Master bedroom, living areas and extensive balcony. Ducted heating & cooling, 2 bathrooms including a full ensuite, basement car parking for 2 cars & 2 lock up storage cages, Lift access from the car basement, all add to the properties appeal. An ideal holiday destination knowing you can lock up and leave with the communal gardens, bbq and family entertaining area, swimming pool and gymnasium, 24 hour security, all maintained for you ready for your enjoyment when you head to the Mornington Peninsula.

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For Sale Price: $690,000 - $760,000 View: As Advertised Lina Luppino 0419 571 583 lina.luppino@raywhite.com Ph: 5973 2814

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MOUNT ELIZA

1 Eliza Terrace

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J’ADORE • Set in one of Mount Eliza’s most historic neighbourhoods on 1417sqm (approx), this original 1930s home is immaculately renovated and preserved with with ceiling roses, open fire and beautifully landscaped gardens • Master retreat with balcony, ensuite and WIR, plus 3 further bedrooms, 2 large bathrooms and private study, while the alfresco with new BBQ and glistening pool frames Port Phillip Bay views • Continuous hot water system, hydronic heating and reverse-cycle air-con, plus 9-car garage and recreational vehicle storage • Close to prestige schools and Mt Eliza Village, with Melbourne just a 45-minute drive away

For Sale Price Inspect Quentin McEwing

$1.5M PLUS Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm 0409 389 268

MOUNT MARTHA

485 Nepean Highway

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

Auction Inspect Dean Phillips Campbell Noonan

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10 Skinner Street

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MARINER • Directly opposite Westernport Marina with glistening bay views over Sandstone Island, just a short stroll to High Street cafes and Pelican Park Recreation Centre • Stunning foreshore home on a subdividable 830sqm allotment boasting 4-bay powered machinery shed (27 x 40ft), a superb position for relaxed waterfront living and exceptional money-making potential • Plans and permits already approved to construct a contemporary new townhouse at the rear to sell/rent out for lucrative returns • Sunsoaked open-plan living on the upper level with the granite kitchen, sliding doors to expansive covered BBQ terrace and sharing the views/balcony access is the master with walk-through robe and spa ensuite For Sale Price Inspect Chelsey Gibson

$880,000 PLUS Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am 0409 277 997

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1 Russell Street

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GLENN PARK • Timeless retro retreat with in-ground pool offering a golden opportunity in a priceless location and featuring two living areas, spacious kitchen, large games room with built-in bar and a wall of windows framing the coastline • Perfect weekender/renovation/extension with already approved plans and permits • Enormous 2020sqm (approx) elevated corner allotment showcasing million-dollar panoramic bay views, also providing the perfect site to demolish and construct a contemporary coastal dream home • Abundant fruit trees, expansive flat lawn, carport, shed, and in-built playground

Auction Inspect Chelsey Gibson Marcus Gollings

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Saturday 18th of February at 11am Saturday 2:00 - 2:30pm 0409 277 997 0422 236 990

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MORNINGTON 16 Mitchell Street Complete Contemporary Convenience

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Offers Over $965,000

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

MOUNT MARTHA 11 Benjamin Street

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Carolyn Cooley 0498 965 555

Offers Over $890,000

A fantastic location only minutes stroll from walking trails & sandy beaches, provides an ideal setting for these new individually titled luxury homes. Designed with an emphasis on space, light & functionality each stunning masterpiece will be finished to exacting standards, with all the mod cons one would expect. • 3 bedrooms plus study (downstairs master with ensuite & WIR) • Deluxe gloss kitchen with s/steel appliances • Stone tops to kitchen, ensuite & bathroom • 2 zoned living spaces • Timber flooring, quality tiles & carpets

MORNINGTON 49 & 49a Queen Street Privileged – Golden Triangle Position!

Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

• Ducted heating & split system cooling • High ceilings throughout • Security system • 4000L water tanks • 6 star energy rating • LED downlights

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

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Open: By Appointment

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MORNINGTON 20a Neptune Street

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A uniquely charming offering from the renowned builder Graeme Alexander is now exclusively available for just one lucky purchaser. A true statement of difference & personality combine perfectly to create this stunning residence brimmed by lush gardens giving the home a fabulous sense of privacy & tranquillity. • Loft style master suite with juliet balcony, WIR & ensuite • 2 spacious bedrooms on the ground floor • Light filled living area • Stunning timber kitchen with 900mm oven & cooktop

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Offers Over $900,000

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

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

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MORNINGTON 25 Kooyonga Grove

• Adjacent dining/family area • Vast decked entertaining area surrounded by lovely gardens & pond

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John Young 0412 766 804

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AUCTION

Mornington 15 Karella Crescent Beachside Beauty With A Bright Future Charming 2 bedroom beachside home on 591sqm (approx) with an 18.8m frontage and development potential (STCA). Walk to Main Street and Wilsons Road shops, public reserve behind! Big back yard with a large entertaining deck, offstreet parking for 3 cars and a trailer, room for a pool. Solid cedar French doors, cedar windows, open plan kitchen and dining, hardwood floors, Miele dishwasher, large single carport with drive-through access.

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AUCTION

Frankston South 25 Picnic Street Sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s All Class & 5 Bedrooms! Stunning 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom, plus study home on 797sqm (approx) in the FHS Zone. Cottage charm, Hamptons-style sophistication, contemporary interior, quality throughout. Walk to Sweetwater Creek, 4 minutes to the beach. Two spacious living areas, entertainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen and deck, landscaped gardens front and rear, spa ensuite, high-end kitchen appliances, generous off-street parking. An idyllic family package by the bay.

5 Auction Saturday 18th February at 2:00pm View Saturday 1:30-2:00pm www.harcourts.com.au Kara James M 0412 939 224 P 03 5970 8000 kara.james@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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Mornington 16 Franklin Place

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This ultra modern 3BR plus study home complete with an elevator, basement parking, bay glimpses and penthouse-style sophistication offers 3 levels of luxury set on 376 sqm (approx) in a cul-de-sac, one street from the Esplanade. A palatial master suite has a king-sized walk-through robe and shares the top floor with a dream kitchen that featrues stone bench tops, an undermount sink, and Miele appliances including a dishwasher. There is adjoining open plan living and dining zones, and a powder room. Downstairs are two more bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s that share the stunning family bathroom, there is a separate laundry, second powder room, second living area and a covered patio. The home also features heating and air conditioning throughout, understair storage, elegant high ceilings, clerestory windows that flood the living spaces with light, low maintenance landscaped gardens, security system and more. This is privileged beachside living with the best of Mornington at your fingertips.

Expressions Of Interest View Saturday 11:30 to 12:00pm www.harcourts.com.au/VMG26464 Lauren Wild M 0413 487 179 P 03 5970 8000 lauren.wild@harcourts.com.au Robert Lewis M 0450 209 007 P 03 5970 8000 robert.lewis@harcourts.com.au

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Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

Mornington 90 Summerfield Drive

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Family splendour on Summerfield

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Spacious, luxurious 5 bedroom home on Summerfield Drive, 3 living areas. Multiple outdoor entertaining spaces, sweeping staircase, 2.5 car remote garage on an elevated 1155sq m (approx) block. Recently updated, presents as if it were new. Landscaped gardens with gazebo, patio, decking. Caesarstone benchtops, double glazed windows, s/steel appliances, dressing room, spa ensuite, elevated views.

Price $985,000 View Saturday 11:30-12:00pm www.harcourts.com.au/VMG25996 Sue Monaghan M 0400 481 862 P 03 5970 8000 sue.monaghan@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 P 03 5970 8000 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au

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Mornington 2/10 Riordan Court

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Realise the dream of owning a brand new, architect-designed home just steps to the water’s edge. This four-bedroom plus study home is contemporary in design with two levels of sleek, open-plan living boasting a palette of warm timbers and crisp white hues. An Exposed aggregate driveway leads to a double remote garage that opens into a ground-floor study. There is a powder room and separate laundry, with the master bedroom featuring an ensuite and walk-in robe. Entertain in style with a stunning kitchen which features an island bench with under-mount sink, stone bench tops throughout with waterfall ends, Smeg appliances and a glass splash back. There is an open plan meals and living area, and a second living is upstairs, along with two more bedrooms and a second bathroom. This masterpiece includes exquisite floor to ceiling tiles in the bathrooms, premium carpets, engineered timber floor coverings, refrigerated ducted heating/cooling, ducted vacuum, LED downlights, instant gas hot water service, an alarm system and more.

Price Negotiable over $1,100,000 View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au/VMG25789 Lauren Wild M 0413 487 179 P 03 5970 8000 lauren.wild@harcourts.com.au Malcolm Parkinson M 0421 704 246 P 03 5970 8000 malcolm.parkinson@harcourts.com.au

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Mornington 1-3/46 Strachans Road

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

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

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Mornington 63 Exford Drive

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More Than Meets The Eye - Family Oasis 3 bedroom family home with a big back yard, 670sqm (approx), extraordinary man cave/rumpus room! Pull up a chair at the built-in bar, relax over a game of pool in a purpose-built space that’s all about the good life. Includes side patio with pergola, offstreet parking for 3 vehicles, 2 living areas, ducted evaporative cooling, wood heater. Walk to schools, access to Oakridge Reserve opposite. Built-in robes, master with walk-through robe, stainless steel 5-burner gas cooktop.

Price Negotiable over $560,000 View Saturday 12:30-1:00pm www.harcourts.com.au Kara James M 0412 939 224 P 03 5970 8000 kara.james@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

Dromana 328 Booundary Road

SOLD $950,000

Buyer Review - Recommended by George & Liz Fergus THANK YOU HARCOURTS…Thank you Robert and the Harcourts team. We are very happy with our home purchase and the service provided. Always available to assist and answer questions during the purchase period. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Robert Lewis and Harcourts Mornington.

Robert Lewis M 0450 209 007 P 03 5970 8000 robert.lewis@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Mornington Suite 2/1a Main Street

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190 Osborne Drive, MOUNT MARTHA Offers over $650,000 Joel Hood Property, 2/10 Blamey Place, Mornington, 5971 0300 Joel Hood 0429 886 188

SUPERBLY set, beach side of Nepean Highway, this immaculate, fully-renovated home is close to Birdrock Beach, and is a great opportunity for young professional couples or active retirees to buy into this popular area. The home is set on a low-maintenance 670 square metre block, and inside you are treated to crisp white walls and polished concrete floors that provide a fresh and modern ambience to the functional floor plan which effortlessly meets the demands of everyday living. A lovely light-filled formal lounge has an open fireplace, and incorporated into the main open-plan zone is a stylish kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and a meals area. From the lounge room you step out to a terrific undercover alfresco area. Three bedrooms all have built-in robes and share a beautifully updated bathroom with separate bath and shower. This impressive home is ready to move straight into and enjoy, and with gentle bay beaches and Esplanade walking tracks all close by, when you’re ready for a holiday escape or permanent sea change this is the one.

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70 Nunns Road, MORNINGTON $1,225,000 plus Hockingstuart, 204 Main Street, Mornington, 5973 5444 Brett Trebilcock 0439 209 891

QUALITY architecture and a flawless low-maintenance design come to the fore in this spectacular family home that delivers a breathtaking interior featuring spotted gum timber floors to a series of magnificent living areas that are resplendent underneath soaring ceilings dotted with stylish down lights. A dynamic kitchen has sleek cabinetry that contrasts nicely against the gleaming stone bench tops and stainless-steel appliances, and from the adjoining meals area, bi-fold glass doors open out to a spectacular tropical-themed timber deck. Completing the ground level is a powder room and laundry, and a guest bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite. At the top of the stairs is a versatile living area perfect for gaming or a library, and branching off from here is the master bedroom – also with walk-in robe and ensuite – and the third bedroom which virtually has the upstairs bathroom all to itself. This exciting sensation boasts reverse-cycle air-conditioning, individually controlled to each room, and from the street there is a double garage.


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Coastal delight with rustic charm Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

136 Balnarring Beach Road, BALNARRING BEACH Offers over $870,000 Roberts & Green, 64 High Street, Hastings, 5979 2489 Lisa Roberts, 0488 910 368

AN early 20th century design steeps this showpiece residence in an aura of classic elegance and coastal ambiance where lead light windows and Baltic timber floors are but a few of the period details that lend this fine coastal property a historic touch. Crafted to seamlessly integrate with the natural beauty of its surroundings, this picturesque home is peacefully nestled amidst lush gardens that adorn the commanding 1000 square metre block. Refreshing in design, the home has three bedrooms including a huge master bedroom, and incorporated into the main open-plan living zone is a crisp white kitchen with an island bench. The adjoining meals area has a wood heater, and for convenience there is a split system air-conditioner. Promoting a profound sense of ease when entertaining is the open-air seating area with shade sail that has a splendid outlook across the gardens, and an enormous high-span outdoor lounge is part of a larger free-standing studio. From the street there is a double carport with side access to park a boat and trailer, and closer to the home, the outdoor shower is perfect for a quick wash down when returning from the beach.

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Auction Saturday 25th February at 11:00am View As advertised on the net Brett Trebilcock 0439 209 891 / btrebilcock@hockingstuart.com.au Ciril Campelj 0417 549 302 / ccampelj@hockingstuart.com.au

MORNINGTON 204 MAIN STREET

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

For Sale $2,200,000 - $2,400,000 As advertised on the net View Pranas Kriauza 0413 337 395 / pkriauza@hockingstuart.com.au

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE GLOBAL EXPERIENCE Introducing Pranas Kriauza Pranas brings to Hockingstuart Mornington over 27 years of experience in sales & marketing, property development, design & construction on the peninsula. Pranas is known for his strong work ethic, attention to detail and his motto of “treat others as you would like to be treated.” 0RANASHASVOLUNTEEREDTHROUGHOUTTHEØSIA0ACIÞC region in large scale property design maintenance for a charitable organisation as an international property training consultant. Pranas believes real estate is a partnership of mutual respect between a seller & buyer. You may well spot Pranas in one of the local cafes, SIPPINGSLOWLYBUTALWAYSPLANNING RESEARCHINGÞNDING ways to best meet his clients’ requirements.

Pranas Kriauza Sales Consultant 0413 337 395 / pkriauza@hockingstuart.com.au MORNINGTON 204 MAIN STREET Page 26

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As advertised on the net Ciril Campelj 0417 549 302 / ccampelj@hockingstuart.com.au

MORNINGTON 204 MAIN STREET

T 5973 5444

HOCKINGSTUART.COM.AU

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New Listing

ROSEBUD 21 Second Avenue

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Perfectly located in a quiet court in the ever popular Capel Sound precinct, this immaculate family home showcases sophistication with its neutral tones throughout. Perfect for the buyers looking for that family home. Featuring master bedroom with WIR  FES, two more bedrooms with BIR’s sharing a fresh family bathroom, and a spacious dining area feeding off the large kitchen which links with the beautiful alfresco area catering for entertaining throughout the seasons.

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

Price: Negotiable over $495,000 Contact: Michelle King 0404 037 336

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

ROSEBUD 3/24 Woodvale Grove

ROSEBUD 5 Foam Street

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

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

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

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

RYE 217 Melbourne Road

ROSEBUD 260 Jey Road

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

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

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

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

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

DROMANA 1,2  3/3 Ligar Street

SAFETY BEACH 41 Helm Avenue

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

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

Price: Negotiable over $890,000 Contact: Michelle King 0400 037 336 Rob Steele 0418 154 024

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

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

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

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

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CAPEL SOUND 8 Silver Wale Close

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A fully fitted out office/medical suite with all the bells and whistles including high quality internal portion walls (layout can be varied), floating plaster ceiling and concealed lighting, air conditioning, floor coverings, reception area, 3 treatment rooms/offices and internal toilets. All surrounded by large council car park and situated opposite existing medical/optical practices and the entrance to Aldi. Currently occupied by Podiatrist now offered for sale with Vacant Possession.

VIEW By Appointment AGENT Chris Watt 0417 588 321

3 CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT 5979 3555

SOMERVILLE 14 ERAMOSA ROAD EAST

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

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AUCTION Wednesday 22 February at 2:00pm VIEW

By Appointment

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10% Depsoit Balance 60 days / vacant possession

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HASTINGS 63-67 HIGH STREET

SMARTER BOLDER FASTER

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Boutique bakery

ESTABLISHED for 40 years, this busy laundrette in St Kilda is open seven days with a full list of equipment including 11 washing machines and eight clothes dryers. For customers there is a coin changer and drinks machine, and the three hot water services are all gas heated. For security purposes, the front door has an automatic timer set for opening and closing hours.

CURRENTLY run under management, this boutique bakery and cafe is the only takeaway food business in the area and has an On Premises liquor licence to 9pm. There is seating inside for 45, and the outdoor decking can accommodate a further 60 customers. Trading 7 days from 7.30am to 5pm, the premises has plenty of parking to the front and rear and an excellent array of quality equipment can cater to any menu options.

Coin Laundry, ST KILDA Price: $80,000 Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Licensed cafe and bakery, RED HILL Price: $425,000 + stock Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Business Sales Specialists www.latessabusiness.com.au 50 Playne Street Frankston

Tel: (03) 9781 1588 Business Migrants Expert Advisory Service BEAUTY SALON - CHELSEA HEIGHTS

LICENSED CAFE - HASTINGS

SHOE RETAILER - MORNINGTON

Attractive salon with 8 beauty rooms. Well located in shopping strip in dense residential area. Potential to increase services on offer, there is space for sub-letting rooms for massage etc. New lease offered.

New lease offered for this double premises with huge kitchen and seating for up to 50 patrons, inside and out. Opens Wed-Sun. Large bar area, liquor licence to 9pm.

Prime position in Main Street with good rent rate and long lease. Easy business to operate. Sole agency for Clarkes school shoes in Mornington, also ROC, fashion and sports lines. Currently H/W team ready to retire.

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$70,000 + sav

PRICE REDUCED HAIR SALON 7 cutting stations, 2 basins. Salon has interior cafĂŠ and a massage room, both sub-let to cover the rent payable on the salon. Located in residential shopping strip, Est. 35 years, current owner 17 years.

CAFE - CAPEL SOUND Opposite beach and foreshore camping ground, extremely busy in summer. Modern premises with large bi-fold doors seats 27 in & 16 outside. Prime equipment.

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CHILDRENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BOUTIQUE - MORNINGTON Popular retailer of childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clothing, accessories and toys in well stocked, attractive shop. Currently mainly managed by experienced staff, ideal if you love childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fashion. Vendor will ensure smooth transition, loyal customers.

$140,000 + sav HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING - HOME BASED Commercial, mainly poultry farms on Peninsula and surrounding areas within one hour travel. Approved contractor for Inghams, Turi & Biada. Limited opposition, fully managed, 3 vehicles included.

$165,000 CHARCOAL CHICKEN - FRANKSTON

NEW LISTING LICENSED CAFE / RESTAURANT - HASTINGS Ultra modern shop with huge rear courtyard, near pub and opposite supermarket. Well equipped, large commercial kitchen. On Premises licence. Seats 70 inside and 50 outside. Very attractive and welcoming.

$150,000 + sav PRICE REDUCED INDUSTRIAL TAKEAWAY - FRANKSTON Large modern premises in busy, extensive commercial and industrial area in central Frankston. Opens 5 days 6.30am to 3pm. Has large rear storage, huge preparation space, coolroom. Phone/fax orders but no deliveries.

WINE BAR - MORNINGTON On Premises licence for 50 people. Main Street frontage, air-conditioned premises with large, cosy lounge plus small setting for outside seating. Opens Thursday to Sunday 12pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11pm. Full security system, long lease with reasonable rent. FB page.

$268,000 + sav

$270,000 + sav

$345,000 + sav

Award winning business operating 5 days covering the Melbourne Metro area. Daily service for small packages to pallet goods. Vehicles are included. Est 1999 with the majority of customers with them for 5-10 years.

$115,000 MECHANICAL REPAIRS - FRANKSTON Carries out all servicing, repairs, /5:&HUWLÂżFDWHVDXWRHOHFWULFV licensed air-conditioning repairs. Extensive equipment that includes 3 hoists and a vehicle. Many established and loyal clients, computerized systems, and a new lease is on offer.

$160,000 + sav TRANSPORT SERVICE - MORNINGTON PENINSULA Shuttle service for special events operating as per booking schedules, weddings, winery tours, golf tours etc. All relevant permits for Melbourne and airport, drivers are sub-contracted as required.

$235,000

$180,000 + sav

Established by the vendor last year, all the hard work has been GRQHZLWKPRGHUQÂżWRXWDQG excellent new equipment. Freezer room, two coolrooms. Great presentation, in busy shopping strip of residential area.

NEW LISTING PIZZA/TAKEAWAY - MORNINGTON Trial on $20,000 per week! Opens 7 days 4.30pm-9.30pm. 10 drivers deliver to Moorooduc, Mornington, Mt Eliza, Mt Martha, online ordering from website & menulog. Large Middley Marshal pizza oven, also do pasta, salads, desserts etc. Long lease.

COURIER SERVICE - HOME BASED

LICENSED RESTAURANT & CAFE

DIGITAL PRINTING - MORNINGTON Clients include some of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading companies. Eye-catching promotional banners from teardrop to high quality, durable vinyl portable banners, adhesive wall JUDSKLFVZDOOPRXQWHGĂ&#x20AC;DJVDQG much more. Wide format digital printer.

$275,000 including stock CATERING

This attractive business is well positioned at a cinema complex which assures a constant turnover. Large bar area, huge kitchen, well equipped. Currently managed, good potential for owner operator.

Cooking done on premises and delivered to venues then cater for the function as required. 4 delivery trucks. 80% of orders come from website, good forward orders in place. Long standing business can be fully managed

$480,000 + sav

$685,000 + sav

Tony Latessa CEA (REIV), AREI, ABB, MAICD Mobile: 0412 525 151 REIV BUSINESS AGENT VICTORIA Australian Institute of Business Brokers President (Vic). 35 years selling experience based on honesty and reliability Page 30

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BLUES AT THE BRIARS Mt Martha will be playing the blues again on February 25th. What could be better than sunshine, the beautiful setting of The Briars homestead, the very best local food and drink, plus awesome fun stuff for the kids for a family day out? World class blues music– that’s what! Back for a fantastic fifth year, Blues At The Briars in Mount Martha on Saturday February 25 will be the biggest and best to date with a jaw-dropping, toe-tapping line-up. Watch out for Owen Campbell who captured the nation’s heart with his run on Australia’s Got Talent and Gail Page who fought her way to the finals of The Voice. The main attraction is the soulful music from the blues legends JJ Rome with special guests Chris Wilson and Shannon Bourne (who was raised in the heart of Harlem before finding success and a loyal following here in Melbourne). Due to such overwhelming positivity from all the festival fans, we are proud to announce the two man blues roots juggernaut from New Zealand “Swamp Thing” as our last artists. Formed by Michael Barker, former long term band member of the ‘John Butler Trio’ these guys are a must see, class act. Other eye-catching artists combine to make this the Mornington Peninsula’s premier Blues event. (The rising stars of blues music The Teskey Brothers, 19 Twenty, and Melbourne’s

own Steve Boyd’s Rum Reverie and all the way from the U.K Ben Waters Boogie Piano.) Blues At The Briars is not just for the true Blues aficionado. This is a genuinely familyfriendly day out and entry is free for all children 14 and under. There’s a dedicated staffed Kids’ Area with storytelling tepee, local craft activities and bouncy castle which is great for mums and dads enjoying the music, a favourite tipple and gourmet food stalls. Tickets start at $65, but if you are looking for a little more style our VIP tickets are excellent value. $162 includes a two-course lunch and beverage package served at the table in a private marquee area with an enviable view of the stage. A table of 10 VIPs package is available at $1500. The event opens at 11am. Bar opens midday. BLUES AT THE BRIARS. A: The Briars, Mount Martha, W: bluesatthebriars.com, FB: bluesatthebriarsfestival, Twitter: @AtBriars, 0419 900 189

VINCE JONES COMES TO TOWN Australia’s foremost jazz vocalist, Vince Jones, is heading to the peninsula on March 9, leading a celebration of one of rock’s greatest music performers, Van Morrison.

give people outside the major cities a chance to experience this music. I’m not a cover guy so interpret the songs while in no way diminishing the Van Morrison quality,” he said.

With his reputation as a remarkable interpreter of jazz songs, Jones will lead the specially formed seven-piece Astral Orchestra, spearheaded by musical director, Matt McMahon, as they bring to life two of Van’s most cherished albums, Astral Weeks and Moondance.

After a 20 album international career, spanning four decades, Vince Jones has set the benchmark for Australian jazz vocalists and musicians. His Celtic, jazz and blues influence provides the perfect background for interpreting the great Van Morrison’s work.

“The first of Van Morrison’s albums I had access to was Astral Weeks when I was 17, and it intrigued me that he used jazz guys for that album,” said Jones. “I thought he must be really gifted to bring all those guys together and was really impressed with the music.”

Sold-out concerts during the 2016 Melbourne International Jazz Festival and cities across Australia, confirmed the demand for Morrison’s repertoire and iconic masterpieces, and Jones interpretation of them.

Vince Jones and the Astral Orchestra started performing the show in 2016 and it was very well received.

Van Morrison Masterpieces presented by Vince Jones and the Astral Orchestra is at the Frankston Arts Centre on Thursday March 9 at 8pm.

“We decided to take it to the regional areas to

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A Pianoforte scholarship on offer Compiled by Cameron McCullough UP to the 20th of this month Miss Theodora Carter, A.T.C.L., of 6 Pine Grove, Malvern, offers 12 months’ free tuition for pianoforte scholarship to be awarded to the a most promising candidate, not necessarily the best player. *** THE monthly meeting of the Somerville Fruitgrowers’ and Horticultural Association will be held on Monday evening next. February 12, at 8pm, in the Mechanics’ Hall, when the business will be - Notice of motion re an executive to conduct all further business for this year; Soft Fruit Pool, etc. *** MESSRS Catani and Kermode paid a visit to Frankston on Wednesday and were met by Cr Oates and Mr J E. Jones, shire secretary Cr Plowman sent an apology for non-attendance. They inspected Kananook Creek, from the mouth to the bridge at Davey Street. The Department has £100 to spend, and proposes to make the sheeting drift proof. They proposed that the Council form the creek above Davey Street into a defined channel with brick and cement, and fill up all depressions with sand and induce grass to grow. They also suggested that owners of properties abutting on the creek should be notified to withdraw their fences to proper lines and that the Council and residents find £50, and go to the Minister by deputation and ask for the formation of a dock below lift bridge, and that a suction dredge be sent down each year about December to clean the

mouth of the creek out. *** THE working bee at the Frankston Cemetery on Saturday last was a great success, 22 being present and good work was done in clearing and burning it. It is the intention of the committee to hold another bee on Saturday, February 10th (this afternoon). The names of the workers present were as follows :– Cr Oates, Messrs H. McComb, E. McComb, J. Moseley, A. Corlett, C. Gray. S. Laurey, S. Oliver, H. Prosser, P. J. Murray, T. Bray, N. Graham, T. Ferrier, J. Millard, F. Wells, senr., R. Stafford, V. Crosskell, H. Shepherd, F. H. Wells, J. Masters, J. Bray, B. McComb, M. Prosser. Afternoon tea was provided by Mesdames F. Wells sen. and C. Gray to whom the best thanks of the committee is tendered. Roll up again this afternoon with scythe and fernhooks and make another good show. *** MISS Boniwell, organising secretary of the Zenana Bible and Medical Mission, gave a most interesting address on the work of the mission last Saturday evening, near the Frankston pier. The address was illustrated by beautifully colored lantern slides revealing characteristics of Indian life and customs, also the progress of the work undertaken and amid many difficulties of the Society. There was a fine attendance of people, from whom an appeal for assistance evoked a generous response. Miss Boniwell also spoke in the

Methodist Church on Sunday evening, on “The great and effectual Door” opened in India for Missionary activity and described the great mass movements towards Christianity of recent years, especially among the lower castes. She said that the great need here, as in other missions, was an increased number of devoted teachers. The people were in ignorance and awaited, and in many instances welcomed, the light. A children’s service was held on the beach Monday afternoon. This also was well attended by young folk, with a fair sprinkling of adults. Several of those present were arrayed in Eastern costume, which was amply explained by Miss Boniwell, who kept the attention of the children riveted. *** Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. Monday 5th February 1917. Before Messrs S. Sherlock and V. J. Oates J’s P. RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS. Edward Charles Crocke and Ernest Joseph McMahon were charged by Joseph Dean (a railway officer) with travelling between South Yarra and Frankston without tickets, on 18th of January last. Both defendants pleaded guilty. Porter Lidgerwood proved the offence and stated that defendants, who were drunk, became abusive and used bad language when asked for their tickets at Frankston. They were given in charge and when searched at the watch house by Const. Ryan, tickets to South Yarra only were found in their possession.

Frankston and presumes to criticize the “Wattle Club”. When A.I.F. has been here as many years as I have she will realize that to mind one’s own business is a very popular virtue, here abouts. Even supposing all the assertions made in A.I.F’s are true, by what right does he or she dare to dictate to the Club as to whom they shall have on their committee. No doubt the young man mentioned thinks that “he is doing his bit” in spending his leisure hours in this patriotic work, but some peeps are never satisfied with what the other fellow does. A.I.F.’s letter does not divulge the sex of the writer, but I would guess it could be an old she-dragon, who shouted “Vote Yes” at the recent referendum and wept fitter tears because the power was not given, the pugilists to force out boys into the murderous trenches. I advise the “Wattle” Club to go on entertaining and take no notice of the harping criticisms of rank outsiders. Let their motto be “Ride for yourselves and ride to win and you can’t very well go wrong.” Those persons at recruiting meetings and writing letters to the press are not very anxious to go out and fight, but wish to send all out boys. Hoping the young man in question will not allow A.I.F.’s letter worry him into resigning, I am yours etc., SYMPATHETIC. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 10 February, 1917

Defendants pleaded guilty. Const. Ryan informed the Bench that defendants had already been punished for the bad language. They were both returned soldiers who had been wounded in their country’s cause. The chairman, Capt Sherlock, said that the Court would take into consideration the facts mentioned by Const. Ryan As they were returned soldiers the Bench would be lenient, but the practice of travelling without tickets was very prevalent. Each defendant would be fined 10s with 10s costs and 14 days’ time would be allowed to pay. W. Watson for travelling first class on second class ticket between Aspendale and Frankston on 10th December last, was fined 10s with 7s 6d costs. Reginald Brett for travelling on a previously used ticket between Seaford and Chelsea, on 8th of January was fined 20s with 12s 6d. The chairman stated that the evidence showed deliberate intention to defraud in this case. On Wednesday, 7th inst , Percy Frederick Stibbs was charged by the Police with being drunk and disorderly on 6th inst. Pleaded guilty and was fined 2s 6d or 4 hours’ imprisonment. *** Our Letter Box. TO THE EDITOR. Sir–May I beg space to reply to A.I.F’s letter published in last week’s “Standard.” Your correspondent says or he or she has spent “several months” in

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basically in the toilet right now. It’s unbelievable. You know, Arnold Schwarzenegger should fire himself. Hey Arnie! YOU’RE FIRED.’ ‘No Mr. President, you’re thinking of Austria. I’m from Australia.’ ‘Nice try but it doesn’t exist. No one fools Donald J Trump. Nobody.’ ‘I can assure you that Australia exists. You’ve actually been here.’ ‘Who do you think you’re talking to, Tingle? Did you know my inauguration could be seen from space? Trundell, are you listening to me?

TUNGDELL!!!’ (Long, long pause) ‘I’m still here, Mr. President.’ ‘This is the worst, absolutely the worst call I’ve had today. I was talking to Putin earlier – tremendous person, really first class – we’ve agreed to go shirtless bear wrestling together in April. I think he’d be better than Schwarzenegger, I really do. In fact…’ (Sound of phone hitting desk and muffled yelling – ‘GET ME AN EXECUTIVE ORDER. ARNIE’S OUT, VLAD’S IN.’) What was I saying, Toadstool?’ ‘It’s Turnbull. We we’re going to discuss the deal.’ ‘THAT’S YOU?! For crying out loud why didn’t you say something earlier? That deal STINKS like last week’s tuna fish. I’ll tell you this: Donald J Trump would never cut a deal like that. Never. Not in a million years. In fact, if Donald J Trump had negotiated that deal – I’m a master negotiator, everybody knows it – you would have surrendered Tasmania.’ (Pause) ‘A deal is a deal.’ (Sound of screaming) ‘Do you hear that, Turbo? That’s the sound of me pulling out the hair of the person standing next to me in frustration. FRUSTRATION! I’d pull out my own hair but I can’t because I signed an Executive Order yesterday classifying it as a National Park. So that’s your final offer?’ ‘It is, Mr. President.’ ‘Damn it, Trombone! WAIT A MINUTE. FINALLY. My pizza has arrived. Do you guys even have pizza in Austria? You know I make an amazing pizza, everyone thinks so. Really exquisite. Truncheon, are you still there? TRUNCHEON?! DO YOU HEAR ME?????’ (Line goes dead) stuart@stuartmccullough.com Mornington News 7 February 2017

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The Doggies play with intent PROVINCIAL By IT Gully MORNINGTON made its intentions well and truly known on Saturday that it is looking for an outright victory against Long Island at Alexandra Park. In a very tight 2016-17 season, every point and every ounce of percentage is going to come into play at the conclusion of the final home and away match of the season. The Dogs are outside the top bracket by just four points (behind Mt Eliza) and a game behind Langwarrin and

POB. An outright win in this match would get them inside the four. In a game of cat and mouse, Long Island won the toss and sent the home side into bat. The Dogs responded with 7/220 in 60 overs, Brad McDonald scoring 90, Luke Popov opening with 33 and skipper Matt Foon hitting 32. The Islanders faced the last 20 overs of the day and finished on 3/52 with Brad Bailey, Peter Connell and Lochlan Scott all back in the sheds. Foon snared 2/17 from five overs and Popov picked up the wicket of Connell. Langwarrin teenager Aaron Ed-

wards went agonisingly close to his first senior century against Mt Eliza, caught behind off the bowling of Shaun Knott for 99. With the field up and Knott previously up in his grill, Edwards, who came in in the second over of the day and was still there 72 overs later, swiped at a Knott delivery outside off stump, only to tickle it and get caught behind. Travis Campbell scored 37, Matt Prosser 33 and Taylor Smith hit 27, helping the Kangas to 239. Thirteen wickets fell in the Moorooduc and Crib Point match.

The Ducs batted first and were rolled for 132, Shamith Kannangara scoring almost half of them with 68, while David Greensmith was next best with 19. In reply, Crib Point is in some trouble at 3/35 with Brad Davidson, Matt Blake and Tom Pengally all back in the sheds. Pines has set Baxter 219 for victory in their match at Eric Bell Reserve. While a number of players got starts for the Piners, none were able to get on with the job. Damien Lawrence topscored with 43, Craig Entwhistle hit 33, Harley Peace-Stirling 31 and Nick Wilcox chimed-in with a handy 34.

James LaBrooy continued his dominance with the ball for Peninsula Old Boys on Saturday against Somerville, taking 6/43 from 15 overs. Somerville put together a more than competitive total, however, snaring 221. Pearcedale were choked by Sorrento on Saturday, restricted to just 129 in 80 overs. Brad Trotter scored 59 of them, while Will Kennedy hit 25. Sorrento skipper Bobby Wilson snared 4/20 from 26 overs for the Sorras, including 17 maidens, while Sam Duewel picked up 2/28 from 21 overs.

Main Ridge make their move DISTRICT By IT Gully MAIN RIDGE has thrown down the challenge and is making its move in MPCA District cricket. Going into the third last match of the home and away season, the Ridge are currently in fifth place on 62 points, along with Baden Powell and Heatherhill. Rosebud and Delacombe Park are four points clear on 66 points and Mt Martha is a game ahead in second place on 74 points. Red Hill is on top. The Ridge can shake off Baden Powell if they can get the job done in this game against the Braves and keep the heat on the Buds, parkers and the Reds. The Ridge have started wonderfully well, scoring 328 against the Braves. Will Noall was the second Main Ridge player in as many week (with Gareth Wyatt) to score a ton, hitting a fine 114 on Saturday, while Shaun Foster continues to rack them up, scoring 73, and Michael Holmes hit 67. Blake Hillman was the pick of the Braves’ bowlers with 4/60 from 20.5 overs. Top of the table Red Hill have slumped against Seaford after bowling the visitors out for just 105. Glenn Collett was on fire early for the Hillmen, snaring 3/28 from 15 overs, while Tom McCarthy claimed 3/28 off nine overs and Simon Dart and Jimmy McCall picked up two wickets each. However, the Hillmen crumbled to be 5/59 at the close of play. Simon Dart and Brent Martin are back in the sheds. Andrew Mock is not out 29. Chris Cleef did the damage for Sea-

ford, claiming 4/25 from 14 overs. Heatherhill and Mt Martha is an interesting tussle. The Reds can give themselves some breathing space over the Hills if they can get the job done. The match is evenly posed though after the Reds were bowled out for 167. Brett Wilkinson saved his side with 66, while Brett Maxwell was superb for the Hills with 5/36 from 19 overs. In reply, Heatherhill is 1/24. Boneo are desperately looking for their first win and to get off the bottom of the ladder and they are a big show against Rosebud. Ryan Jellie scored 60, Cam Williams 58 and Justin Moore 44 to help the Pandas to 267. Rosebud are sure to lose its place in the top bracket if it loses against Boneo. Dealcombe Park are poised to record an easy victory against Rye. Ricky Ramsdale snared 5/34 from 26 overs to help his side dismiss Rye for 133. Andrew Stapleton was on fire early, picking up 3/29 before being struck down in his ninth over. Delacombe Park is 1/18 in reply. Flinders are still an outside chance of playing finals if things work out for them and they are every chance of beating Seaford Tigers after scoring 238. Andrew Power was at his devastating best with 102 for the Sharks while Tom Clements was equally menacing. Power and Clements opened with 134. Ash Mills was the best of the Tigers’ bowlers with 3/34.

Up hill battle: Heatherhill managed to bowl out Mount Martha for 167 runs. Picture: Rab Siddhi

Tight tussle for Frogs, Yabbies SUB-DISTRICT By IT Gully AN amazing 18 wickets fell in the MPCA Sub District match between Tootgarook and Tyabb on the opening day on Saturday. After 80 overs of play, there isn’t a clear-cut favourite to win the match. Tootgarook are 30 runs ahead with two wickets in hand. The Yabbies will be looking for quick wickets on day two, then looking to

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score quick runs to give themselves a chance to bowl out the home side to record a reverse outright win. The Frogs are in the box seat though after bowling out the Yabbies for 51. Stephen Brain was superb with the ball for the home side with 4/20, while AJ King and Matt Whelan claimed two wickets each. In reply, the Frogs are 8/81 with Jason Lane and King at the crease. At one stage Tootgarook was 6/46. Frankston YCW and Balnarring

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are both doing everything they can to lose their clash too. The Saints were bowled out for 119 with Andrew Dowey top scoring with 29, Pete Mereszko scoring 26 and Brent Murdock 25. Brett Hudgson and Jack Butland were the pick of the Stonecats’ bowlers with three wickets each. In reply, YCW is in some early trouble at 2/15. Hastings looks to be coasting to victory against Dromana. The Hoppers batted first and were

bowled out for 149, Zac Clan top scoring with 48. Mitch Floyd snared 3/23 for the Blues and Luke Hewitt, Ryan McNamara and Nathan Hunt took two wickets each. In reply, the Blues are 2/68, Rob Hearn unbeaten on 34, while Floyd was out late in the day for 27. Carrum Downs have a lot of work to do to beat Ballam Park. The Knights batted first and whipped up 245, Stuart Plunkett top scoring with 67 and David Cross hit 65, while Zac

Pedderson opened with 31. David Dervan was the best of the Cougars’ bowlers with 4/78, while Jordy Watters and Chris Maloney took 2/30 and 2/45 respectively. Skye has set Carrum 155 for victory in their match at Roy Dore Reserve. Scott Hudson top scored for Skye with 59, while Clint Donohue opened with 26. Brett Moulton was the star with the ball, helping himself to 5/66 off 34 overs.


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MPCA robbed of Country Week final COUNTRY WEEK By IT Gully THE Mornington Peninsula Cricket Association Sharks failed to make the Country Week final despite winning three of its four matches last week. The new-looking MPCA, boasting nine new faces, were robbed of a final’s berth after a controversial result between Ballarat and Warnambool went against the Sharks on the final day. Neck and neck with Geelong and Warnambool going into the final day, wickets and runs meant everything. The Sharks weren’t able to get the job done against Geelong, the eventual winner, going down by just 21-runs. However, what happened at Shepley Oval between Ballarat and Warnambool

had tongues wagging. Warnambool won the match, scoring 226 against Ballarat’s 192. However, with eight overs left in the match, Ballarat batted again and amazingly lost 6/36, handing Warnambool a spot in the final against Geelong. It was a solid week though for a newlooking team that was missing some big names, including the likes of Chris Brittain, while Seaford’s Jon Plakourakis was rushed into the side due to the original keeper not being given pre-arranged time off work. Skipper Bobby Wilson wanted a committed team that could be together for the entire week – that’s what he got. The Sharks’ competition kicked off on home soil at AH Butler Reserve

against Traralgon & District, winning the toss and batting first. Pearcedale star Chris Dew went agonisingly close to a century, scoring 98, while Dromana’s Kierran Voelkl scored 43 of the MPCA’s 9/217. The MPCA bowlers then took the visitors to task, all six bowlers used taking wickets. Peninsula Old Boys’ star Jon Forrest was the pick of them, snaring 3/22 from nine overs, while Rosebud skipper Billy Quigley and Pines’ Pat Jackson picked up two wickets each. The Sharks played at home again on day two, smashing Warnambool. The visitors won the toss and batted, the Sharks rolling them for 146 with Rye skipper Tommy Baron snaring

2/16, while MPCA skipper Bobby Wilson, Forrest and Quigley all claimed a couple of scalps. Bobby Wilson then went to town with the bat, however, also fell on 98. POB’s Dylan O’Malley and Will Crowder hit 34 and 25 respectively to help the Sharks to 8/215 and victory. With two wins from two matches, it was then off to Princess Park to tackle Bendigo. The MPCA batted first again and Chris Dew was again among the runs with 56, while Voelkl hit 34, Ballam Park star Stuart Plunkett smacked 39 and Forrest played a cameo with 23 at the end. The Sharks’ bowlers then did the job again, bowling out Bendigo for 157.

Mt Eliza skipper Justin Grant picked up 2/37, Forrest took 2/24 and Plunkett, Dew and Wilson all took one wicket each. In the final game against Geelong at Caulfield Park, the Sharks bowlers again stepped up to the plate, bowling out the eventual champs for 145. Justin Grant was the pick of them with 3/16 from five overs, while Quigley and Jackson claimed two wickets each. Unfortunately, the Shark’s batsmen couldn’t match the bowlers, bowled out for just 124. At one stage they were 4/28. Grant hit 39 and Crowder 27 to give the Sharks a sniff, however, losing 3/0 (Crowder, Forrest and Quigley), prevented a come from behind win.

Baxter, Heart square off in showdown No 5 SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie THE match of the day in the opening round of the local league season between Rosebud Heart and Baxter has been transferred to Baxter Park. Originally scheduled as a Heart home game the unavailability of Truemans Road Reserve due to cricket and council work has forced the switch of the Saturday 25 March showdown. Heart has the better derby record having won three of the four clashes highlighted by a thumping 7-1 demolition of its arch rival in 2015 with hattricks to Dave Greening and Simon O’Donnell. Baxter’s one win came in the same season, a 4-2 victory at Baxter Park. Heart has almost forgotten what losing a league game feels like having last dropped points in a 1-0 loss to Springvale City at Ross Reserve on 5 September 2015. “It’s good for local football to have a rivalry like that and it’s important to get off to a good start but the main thing for us is to concentrate on the things we can control,” said Heart gaffer Scott Morrison. The man who causes the most headaches for Baxter is goal machine Greening and the Englishman resumed training last week after returning from a European holiday. Big Chris Sibson is also expected to have a major impact after returning from Seaford United. Sibson is recovering from a back injury and was rested in the recent Wallace Cup. “Sibbo is going to be a huge signing for us with his experience and quality

Positive signs: Mornington triallist Stefan Soler. Picture: Gemma Sliz

and hopefully he’ll get his first game back this weekend,” said Morrison. Colin Hughes remains as assistant coach and team manager, Stuart Mitchell is goalkeeping coach and Stan Packer is the new reserves coach. “We’re very excited about hiring Stan due to his track record in developing young players,” Morrison added. Heart is confident that it has secured the signature of a former Langwarrin, Doveton and Warragul United defender but won’t release his name until the deal is confirmed. Heart’s derby record means little to Baxter senior coach Roy Kilner and he

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was in a combative mood when asked about the looming shootout. “You have to congratulate Rosebud on a remarkable 2016 season,” said Kilner. “For any team in any competition to go a full season unbeaten is almost fairytale stuff but by 5pm on the opening game of the season that fairytale will end. “We don’t believe in fairies at Baxter.” Kilner has added Ben Meiklem and Spencer Porter to his senior squad while Francis Beck has been appointed assistant coach. Meiklem is a midfielder from Peninsula Strikers and teenager Porter is a

goalkeeper from Skye United. Porter is making his mark off the field as a successful entrepreneur having created his own LOWK8 app and having it available in Apple’s app store. New State 5 South club Somerville Eagles gets its inaugural campaign underway with an FFA Cup second qualifying round clash with Mitchell Rangers on Saturday 18 February. The game is at Monterey Reserve, home of Frankston Pines and has an unusually early kick-off at 10am as the Eagles are hosting a private function that afternoon. “At this stage we have about 40 senior players and eight girls,” said Eagles president Felix Arena. “We’re looking at firsts and reserves in the FFV and maybe two Bayside teams but if we can get another seven girls then I’d love to field a women’s team. “As for the men we’ve fielded a couple of enquiries about a senior coach but nothing of any substance and by the time the FFA Cup comes around if we haven’t made an appointment then Zach (Pedersen, director of coaching) will be in a charge.” The club is holding its junior registration day next Sunday 12 February at Somerville Secondary College starting at 10am and the seniors will play a friendly against Rosebud Heart at 1pm. The Eagles make their league debut on Saturday 25 March at Somerville Secondary College against Old Mentonians. The reserves kick off at 1pm and the senior game is at 3pm. English imports have dominated

discussion on the local scene in the past week with Jack Truelove and Nathan Smith arriving for their stints with Mornington and Connor Belger and Paul Speed flying in to join Langwarrin. Truelove made a huge impression at his first training session with Mornington and the diminutive Smith looms as a versatile signing having played recently as an attacking midfielder with English club Brigg Town. He is also comfortable out wide. Another top-flight English recruit, Josh Hine from Salford City, is waiting for his visa and is expected to arrive at Dallas Brooks Park in early March. Central midfielder Matthew Wade from Blyth Spartans in England’s Northern Premier League Premier Division may arrive in the next week, much earlier than expected. Frankston Pines and former Seaford United and Kingston City winger Stefan Soler is among a group of triallists trying to impress Mornington head coach Adam Jamieson. “I’ll make a call on the triallists this week but I thought Stefan was fantastic at the Wallace Cup,” said Jamieson. As we went to press Peninsula Strikers were waiting on news about their efforts to secure a top-class striker. “If this comes through it will turn a few heads because he’s an NPL player,” said Strikers head coach Craig Lewis. The club already has imported three players from England, Italy and Switzerland and the coaching staff believe that a quality striker will round off the squad and enable Strikers to mount a serious promotion campaign.

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Little Jetstar’s competition to have kids flying high By Ben Triandafillou NOW in its third year, The Little Jetstar’s competition has expanded to allow entrants from Melbourne’s Eastern Metropolitan region a chance to meet some “Big Heroes”, including sporting icon, Western Bulldog’s premiership player and 2016 Norm Smith Medallist, Jason Johannisen. The local Little Athletics clubs will have the opportunity to enter into the competition with five lucky winners receiving an exclusive training session for them and 15 other friends, led by a Jetstar “Big Hero”, who are some of Australia’s most well-known athletes. Participants also go into the running for a monthly prize, a $200 Jetstar travel voucher which can be used for their next family adventure. Winners of a monthly prize then go into the draw for the grand prize, being the exclusive training session with one of the star athletes. Chief Commercial Officer of Jetstar Australia, Catriona Larritt, is ecstatic to see the Little Jetstars competition getting bigger every year and offering more opportunities for youngsters. “Jetstar is the proud naming rights sponsor of Jetstar Little Athletics Australia and it is great to have some of Australia’s biggest sporting stars on board. We’re pleased to bring the Little Jetstars competition to all Jetstar Little Athletics Australia participants for the 2016/17 season,” said Ms Larritt. “Through our continued partnership with Jetstar

Little Athletics Australia we look forward to further cementing our commitment to Australian communities. We are delighted to be helping little athletes reach for the stars.” Jason Johannisen is really excited to be involved in the Little Jetstars program and to give back to the community that taught him so much. “Little Athletics holds very fond memories for me and is such a great start for any kid who loves sport,” said Johannisen. “I had a lot of fun in my Little Athletics days at the Melville Little Athletics club and it was a great excuse to stay healthy and get involved in the community from a young age! I’m really excited to be part of the Little Jetstars program and can’t wait to have a run around with the kids.” Jetstar Little Athletics Australia now has about 540 centres across Australia with more than 100,000 girls and boys participating throughout the country. Jetstar Little Athletics Australia welcomes kids with any level of skill or fitness between the ages of five and fifteen years. Little Athletics caters for all kids, encouraging them to achieve their own personal bests and continue to improve. To enter the Little Jetstars competition, registered Little Athletics partipants can head to www.littlejetstars.com.au and describe in 25 words or less, how Little Athletics well help them become a big hero. The Little Jetstars competition is now open, with entries closing on Tuesday 26 February, 2017.

In the running: Jason Johannisen with Little Athletics kids.

A dynamic partnership for Red Hill

Sealing a win: Greg Hunt (centre) with Girls Football Development offer Craig Neil (left) and President Andrew Souter (right) from the Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League.

Community tackle project together By Ben Triandafillou THE Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League has been hard at work upgrading the BlueScope Reserve, including the installation of an infield irrigation system, which was greatly assisted by volunteers within the community. Contributing to the improvements at BlueScope Reserve, the Federal Government’s $150,000 Stronger Communities Program, the outstanding support from the Asset Manager of BlueScope Steel, Ron Bange, and the various volunteers that lent their time, has helped provide another great facility for the community to utilise. “I am delighted the Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League has received $9,519 funding that will support a number of local sporting groups and schools in Hastings and the surrounding area that use the oval,” Federal Member for Flinders and Minister for Health and Sport, Greg Hunt said. “This has allowed for the installation of infield

irrigation at BlueScope Reserve in Hastings.” MPJFL President, Andrew Souter, is incredibly appreciative of the work and donations that the community put together to improve BlueScope Reserve. “We are very pleased to have this support from the Federal Government,” said Mr Souter. “The oval is used by a number of local sporting groups and schools and these funds have allowed us to install infield irrigation which has improved the playing surface, making it safer for all users.” “We would also like to acknowledge the tremendous support of BlueScope Steel and all of our volunteers who worked tirelessly to ensure this project could be completed.” Mr. Souter is thankful to the “unsung hero”, Graham Palmer from Irritech Management Services who designed the irrigation system and offered his extensive expertise as well as the supporting partners from Toro Australia, Bendigo Bank, Grundfos Australia and Philmac.

“We couldn’t have done it without them,” said Mr. Souter. The MPJFL were also successful in receiving a $10,000 Carlisle Homes Community Group grant, presented by host Shane Crawford, which will go towards important infrastructure at the communal oval to allow kids with disabilities access to programs on the oval for sport and other community activities. The MPJFL are now underway in building the coaches boxes, first aid rooms and other facilities and are again receiving a staggering amount of support from local business’ and volunteers. Michael Buckley has done a remarkable job donating his time and money to assist with the project over the last few months. With so many other business’ and volunteers to thank for their help, the MPJFL are truly grateful and are now looking forward to the reserves completion.

By Ben Triandafillou THE Red Hill Junior Football Club has announced an exciting three year partnership with the exceptional Coaching Development program, Dynamic Footy Skills. The program will be delivered by highly experienced AFL, VFL and current TAC Cup coaches whose extensive knowledge in junior football development will help the club reach their goal of providing the best coaching experience on the Mornington Peninsula. Dynamic Footy Skills are currently working with an AFL Club Junior Academy to ensure that the latest AFL training techniques and tips are being bought to Red Hill. The Red Hill Junior Football Club is grateful for the generous support and vision of the McDonald’s Mornington, McDonald’s Peninsula Link Southbound and McDonald’s Peninsula Link Northbound restaurants for allowing the club to establish this innovative partnership with Dynamic Footy Skills. The Red Hill Junior Football Club are hoping that this partnership will attract and retain more talented players as well as provide the juniors with an edge over their opposition before commencing Round 1 of the season on Sunday 9th April. The club has also had some early success with four of their juniors participating in the Rye Gift Junior Football Relay on Saturday 14th January, finishing in second place. Winning $100 prize money for their footy club, Merrick Snow (Under 10’s), Orlando Mentiplay (Under 12’s), Noah Prabowo (Under 14’s) and Noah Turner (Under 16’s) were just edged out by a strong Sorrento FC. The Red Hill Junior Football Club registration day is set for Sunday 5th March, 2pm- 5pm at the Red Hill Recreation Reserve. There will be a barbeque and a clinic for the kids held by the DFS team, with an AFL player appearance. Mornington News 7 February 2017

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