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Time and tide running out for jet-ski hoons Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au THE tide is turning against jet-ski hoons who face curbs on their antics at popular bay beaches. Mornington Peninsula Shire Council wants Maritime Safety Victoria to bring in tough new laws, possibly by this summer, to toughen rules on the water craft and possibly ban them from popular swimming areas such as Rye, The Pillars, Mt Martha and Safety

Beach, as well as limit them to specific zones well away from swimmers. Other rules would ban them from mooring off beaches and at jetties and require riders to be aged over 18. CCTV cameras would be used to monitor errant behaviour. The possible new rules being sought by the shire acknowledge that jet-skis are causing serious safety risks to beachgoers and the marine environment. The spotlight will be on hoon-like behaviour which could result in fines

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Shire to back airshow if permit sought Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire’s requirement that Peninsula Aero Club conform to planning rules could jeopardise the staging of next year’s air show at Tyabb airfield. Club president Jack Vevers sees the shire’s insistence that the club seek a planning permit - as normally required for big events - as “blackmail”. The mayor, Cr David Gill, says the club and businesses associated with the airfield should conform to planning regulations. Mr Vevers on Sunday 30 June issued a news release claiming the shire had told the club it “will not be supporting a permit application to run the air show in 2020”. Not so, said Cr Gill: “[They] should just put in a permit application and stop misleading people. “We will work with them to make sure they get a permit for the air show. “We agree the air show is good for the peninsula, but they should stop this nonsense.” Mr Vevers said he had been told the shire “would not accept a secondary consent application as they have always done previously”. “We normally just write to the council and fill in a form which gives us a period to vary our permit so we can run the air show - say, seven days. It’s never been an issue before. “Now they have told me they want a full planning application before they will even consider it, but that would open up our permits so that they [can]

get full control of the airfield. “They have a win at any cost attitude. They are using the issue as blackmail.” Cr Gill has rejected suggestions that the council is trying to shut down Tyabb airfield or businesses operating there. He said the shire wants to “work out the permit and zoning concerns”. “There has been a lot of misleading publicity about the airfield and it is now time that our community know the facts,” Cr Gill said. “The council has been trying to resolve the issues including lack of permits, the need for a masterplan and a noise abatement plan, possible rezoning requirements and simply a club willingness to work with neighbours via the existing community reference group.” Under the Planning and Environment Act, 1987 businesses can be fined $1087 for operating without permits. Cr Gill’s statement follows council’s receipt of a summary of a report by a Queen’s Counsel that reportedly shows most businesses associated with the airfield are operating without the required permits. The News has asked for a copy of the ratepayer-funded report (See “Legal report to be kept under wraps” below). Cr Gill said other businesses “must be a little perplexed that they are required to hang their permits on their walls and abide by conditions while at least some private airfield businesses aim to self-regulate within a largely residential area”. “For decades now the substitute for the rational resolution of problems has been to ramp up the rhetoric and create an ‘us against them’ scenario while

clouding the real issues,” he said. “This leaves me wondering how this is going to help the workers and businesses involved. “The reality is that complex town planning matters will only be resolved by negotiation and applying standard regulations, not by any amount of abusive or disingenuous campaigning.” Cr Gill said that contrary to a report in The News (“Airfield reopens after permit talks” 25/6/19) he was “warmly welcomed” to an open day last month at the airfield. “It was surprising and untrue to read that I wasn’t welcome and didn’t know what I was talking about. There were, though, some who were only prepared to argue and make statements in order to gather support to put pressure on any council decisions,” he said.

JUDY Pay’s World War 11 Mustang is one of the aircraft that regularly makes an appearance at Tyabb airfield and Tyabb Aero Club’s air shows. Picture: Supplied

“The shire has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars assisting the airfield in the past and I hope continues to help ensure the viability of the businesses involved.

“I listen to all, but that doesn’t mean just agreeing, no matter how influential one group may be. Our community would expect nothing less.” With Stephen Taylor

Legal review to be kept under wraps THE “full legal review” into planning permits involving Tyabb airfield and businesses operating there will not be released to the public. Mornington Peninsula Shire has decided to extend the deadline for the review by a Queen’s Counsel beyond 30 June and at some stage release “a document consolidating the conditions of all current planning permits that currently apply to the Tyabb airfield”. The motion agreeing to the deadline change and to keeping the review

secret appears to conflict with council’s decision on 26 March for “the outcome of the legal review … be brought back to council by the end of the financial year, for a council briefing, prior to the findings being publicly released”. Both the initial call for the legal review and last week’s deadline extension were contained in notices of motion put by Cr Julie Morris and adopted unanimously by council.

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Fee hikes make unhappy campers REGULAR campers along the Rye and Sorrento foreshores are being hit with big site fee increases while campers at Rosebud are not. Many families, some who have been camping at Rye for more than 50 years, feel they are being discriminated against by a restructuring of the fees and removal of before and after peak season packages. They say the fee restructure by Mornington Peninsula Shire Council equates to a 50 per cent increase. The council wrote to campers last week saying pre-peak and post-peak season packages would no longer apply and that fees would now be based on a weekly tariff to “balance the demand for and the popularity of campsites in Rye and Sorrento”. The letters show weekly pre-season (OctoberDecember) powered site charges are up from $550 in 2018-19 to $1015 in 2019-20. Weekly peak-season (Christmas-New Year) charges for the same period are up from $2340 to $2580 and post-season (January-April) $998 to $1740. Long-time camper Lee Conway said fees for his family – which stays the whole six months – jumped from $3888 (October 2018-April 2019) to $5765 (October 2019 to April 2020). “In the past, pre-and-post seasons were offered at packaged rates of $550 for pre and $998 for post-season (2018-19),” he said. “This was to ensure that council maximised capacity across the foreshore in the traditional quieter periods, thus increasing local tourism and generating an increase in economic benefit. “These packages are now not being offered at Rye and Sorrento, thus directly increasing our costs by $1637 for just these two periods. This mostly affects long-term campers who camp on weekends from October to April each year and four to six weeks over Christmas and New Year.” Mr Conway said the long term campers were “people who identify as part of this community, and who have helped build this community over many years”.

Farm protection BURGLARIES and stock thefts from farms will be a major topic at the next meeting of the Victorian Farmers’ Federation’s Mornington Peninsula branch. Guest speaker Detective Acting Sergeant Flyn Loughlin, of the Victoria Police agriculture crime unit will outline strategies for farmers to prevent farm burglary and livestock theft. Other items to be presented at the dinner include a report on the branch’s activities over the past year and suggestions for VFF lobbying campaigns. Nominations will be open for all branch committee and office bearer positions. The dinner meeting starts at 6pm Wednesday 17 July at The Epicurean, 165 Shoreham Road, Red Hill South. RSVP: vffpen@vff.org.au

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Fees up, tents down: Long-term campers Natalia Kiskomaromi, Joanne Kiskomaromi, Jenni Arnel and Cooper Conway at their regular Rye site. Picture: Yanni

“They spend significant money in the local shops and restaurants and, in many cases, have also relocated down on the peninsula as a result of falling in love with it. “The weekly increase of $40 a week during the peak period isn’t my major concern as it will add only about $300 to the total bill for campers. It’s the removal of the packages for the long-term campers that is unfair and unreasonable.” The fees are due in September – before the start of the camping season – putting pressure on the campers, mostly families, who will have to come up with the extra $2000. “We paid deposits for January-April earlier this year expecting the fees to be similar, or with a CPI or small increase, but were not told of any significant increase,” Mr Conway said. “They should have at least told us so we could have made informed decisions on coming here. “Now, if we want to try to find alternative

camping site, it’s too late. “It’s extremely unlikely we can now find alternatives that will allow us to stay the whole season. Not even the council could find us options for the whole season at Rosebud without making us move spots regularly.” Campers at Rosebud and other sections of the foreshore are exempt from the increases. “Surely it would make more sense to provide a smaller increase across the board for all campers,” Mr Conway said. While acknowledging that spots vacated by traditional campers would fill quickly with newcomers in the busy peak periods, the long-term campers say the increases will mean “significantly fewer” will stay on over the less busy postpeak six weeks up until April. They say this will hit local businesses which rely on campers’ seasonal trade. Stephen Taylor

THE next meeting of the Sorrento/Portsea/Rye Red Cross unit starts 1.30pm 11 July at Sorrento Community Centre, Morce Avenue, Sorrento. Details: Coralyn Wickham, 0419 101 397. New members welcome. The unit’s annual general meeting is one Thursday 5 September with afternoon tea provided at the Sorrento Couta and Sailing Club.

Entertaining author ABC For Kids author and entertainer Andy Jones armed with the jokes and music will entertain at Mornington Peninsula libraries over the school holidays. Children aged five and over can enjoy his musical What’s The Joke at Hastings library, 11am, Thursday 11 July, and 2pm, Mornington library, Thursday 11 July. Jones on his guitar, drums and using props will explain how to deliver a punch line, create a joke, and use gross humour. There will also be dancing and acting and children are encouraged to bring their own jokes to tell on the day. Jones is the author of the Enormous Book of Hot Jokes for Kool Kids, The Burptionary and The Fartionary. Visit ourlibrary.mornpen.vic.gov.au

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Towering ‘threat’ to green wedge could be used for the incoming 5G network 5G network, “about which little is known and which is attracting worldwide concern regarding impacts on health, wildlife and other issues”. The McCullochs say the 31.3 metre telecommunications tower in Tucks Road would “dominate [Whistelwood’s] eastern skyline and be highly visible from every gallery and living room, upstairs and down, the studio and over virtually our entire acreage”. “[The] outlook and environs are not just a view, but are integral to our purpose of being what has grown over almost 70 years and three generations of the McCulloch family – to support, foster and display art of the land, including Aboriginal, environmental and landscape art and invite artists to its environs in which to make art.” In an email encouraging opposition to the tower planned by Telstra through its contractor Visionstream, the McCullochs say there has been no “proper community consultation”. They say the tower would be in cluster of five or six rural properties, about 30 metres from the house of its nearest neighbour and 40 metres from Whistlewood's boundary and 80 metres from the house. “As the tower would sit on a prominent ridge line on Tucks Road it would compromise the tranquillity of this rural and historic road.”

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Inspired art: Mornington Peninsula Shire Mayor Councillor David Gill, CEO John Baker with Sophie Perez, winner of the most inspiring award in this year’s green wedge art competition. Picture: Supplied

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Perez won the $1000 most inspiring award for her work. The 70 works entered in the competition “encapsulate the beauty of our peninsula”, Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr David Gill said. “The green wedge paintings inspire our community to appreciate the environment that we are so proud of, and both the council and all community members must protect,” he said. Chris Puebla won the $500 green award for Lorna’s Triangle, painting that the judge said “wonderfully captured the soft light filtering in through the woodlands at Lorna’s Triangle”. Maxine Wild received the $500 encouragement award for The Edge of the Wedge (Boneo Road, Flinders).

Special mention awards were made to Julie Newson, Looking out from the vineyard at Elgee Park; Trish Bourke, Looking East, Cheviot Beach; Rodger Stebbing, Elgee Park; Katherine Moore, Devil’s Bend II; Maxine Pritchard, View from the Top; Ruth Belfrage, Peninsula Garden; and Lynne Bechervaise, Main Ridge Property. Works in this year’s green wedge exhibition will be shown at the shire’s Besgrove Street, Rosebud offices Saturday 15 June-Tuesday 6 August and Merricks House Gallery, Merricks General Wine Store, 3460 FrankstonFlinders Road, Merricks Saturday 15 June-Sunday 7 July. Details: mornpen. vic.gov.au/greenwedge

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THE owners of an art gallery say a telecommunications tower planned to be built within the Mornington Peninsula’s green wedge-zone will be a blot on the landscape. Emily and Susan McCulloch say they received a “notification letter” about the planned tower in May “seven months after the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council had received the planning application”. The shire’s principal planner Hugh Pierce said on Friday the tower came under the federal government’s Mobile Black Spot Program “which exempts such a facility from both formal notification … and removes the ability for any potential objector to appeal council’s decision to VCAT”. “At this time council officers are still completing this assessment of the proposal and have not yet reached a final position,” he said. The sisters’ property Whistlewood, in Tucks Road, Shoreham includes a 1870s Tuck-built house. They warn that if given the go ahead, the tower could “set a precedent for such structures to be built on private land in all other similar locations throughout the peninsula's green wedge zone”. They also hold fears that the tower

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Gas delay an ‘opportunity’ for change Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au AN announcement that AGL is delaying its plans to import gas through Crib Point by one year has renewed calls for the power companies and governments to work towards “a real renewable energy future”. “The delay comes amid nationwide fury that Australians are paying some of the highest gas prices in the world while Australia remains the number one gas exporter,” Save Westernport president Louise Page said. While the community group and Environment Victoria want the planned floating gas import terminal “scrapped altogether”, Ms Page said the delay

was “an opportunity to do better”. “We call on the Premier Daniel Andrews, federal MP for Flinders Greg Hunt and AGL CEO Brett Redman to reject business-as-usual fixes that anchor us to the energy past.” Environment Victoria campaigns manager Dr Nicholas Aberle said AGL being “happy” to delay the project “shows that their claims about potential gas shortfalls have been exaggerated”. AGL announced on Friday 28 June that it expected “first gas to be delivered” from its “proposed” gas import jetty at Crib Point in the second half of the 2022 financial year, one year later than previously announced. The state government is awaiting the outcome of an environmental effects

statement (EES) before deciding on the plan. Success of the proposal also depends on the building of a gas pipeline from Crib Point to Packenham, which is also being opposed because of its use of farmland. AGL says the delay is being caused by its decision to use the Hoegh Esperanza as the floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) instead of the Hoegh Giant. “AGL believes the Esperanza better fits timing and operational requirements arising from the environment effects statement (EES) process currently being undertaken by the Victorian government,” the company stated in a “community update”.

“Also, in response to the local communities strongly held views about the unique environment in Western Port and that the Ramsar wetland must be protected, AGL has heard the need to fully assess any seasonal variations in marine the environment around the proposed FSRU site at Crib Point, and to present the full data transparently at EES exhibition,” AGL’s project director Ricky McNally said. “We genuinely respect the work of local community groups like Save Westernport, who have vocally and vigorously worked to protect the environment and we have listened to them.” Dr Aberle said AGL’s change of FSRU was a “positive” attempt to re-

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Late for work A MAN will be without his car and is more than $1000 out of pocket after having his car impounded at Rosebud, Wednesday 3 July. Rosebud police nabbed the Ford Falcon, displaying red P-plates, travelling at 100kph in a 50kph zone on Pt Nepean Road, 6.15am. The 22-year-old Somerville man told police he was running late for work. Things only got worse when the man was unable to produce his licence and a roadworthy check of the car found no tread on the front tyres. The man’s car was impounded at a cost of $1075. He is expected to be charged on summons with driving at a dangerous speed, exceeding the speed limit, failing to carry his licence and driving an unroadworthy vehicle.

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A WOMAN who filled a car up with petrol at a Baxter service station and then drove off without paying is being sought by Hastings police. The woman in a blue Holden Commodore with stolen number plates UFO 385 stole $30 petrol, 11.30am, Tuesday 5 May. Anyone with information is urged to call Hastings police 5970 7800 or Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or report online at crimestoppersvic. com.au

Surviving chilly dip A FOOLHARDY boatie got into more trouble than he bargained for when launching a tinnie in freezing, blustery conditions at Frankston boat ramp last week. The Carrum Downs man, 33, reportedly ignored other boaties’ warnings about the poor conditions and set off with his dog aboard at 2pm, Sunday 30 June. Senior Sergeant Kirby Tonkin, of Rosebud police, said the man, who was not wearing a lifejacket, got into trouble about 150 metres out when the seas became too rough and he tried to turn around and head to shore. A large wave swamped the boat throwing the man and the dog into the freezing water. Senior Sergeant Tonkin said the man tried to cling to the boat which was swept to within 30 metres of Frankston pier. Two Carrum Downs police officers tried to rescue the man with a police woman entering the water under the pier. The man managed to grab onto a fisherman’s bamboo pole and was hauled in. The man and the police woman were taken to Frankston hospital with hypothermia.

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The dog managed to swim ashore where it was wrapped in a blanket and taken home unharmed. The Water Police are reportedly looking into the incident and may lay charges.

Hold it right there POLICE laid down “stop sticks” to bring a car thief to a screeching halt in Jetty Road, Rosebud, Monday 24 June. Senior Sergeant Kirby Tonkin, of Rosebud police, said police initially chased the stolen VW Caddy on Peninsula Link as it headed south but lost it. Later, the van was seen in Mt Martha and then Dromana, presumably heading for Jetty Road. The sticks blew out four tyres, 10pm. A 32-year-old Hallam man is expected to be charged with theft of a motor car and multiple traffic offences.

ATM rob bid fails OFFENDERS tried – but failed – to cut open an ATM at Balnarring shopping centre last week. Detective Senior Sergeant Miro Majstorovic, of Somerville CIU, said an alarm sounded caus-

BURGLARS ransacked a steel shed at a property at Somerville stealing thousands of dollars in tools, equipment and even a caravan, overnight Monday 1 July. Detective Senior Sergeant Miro Majstorovic, of Somerville CIU, said they forced a front gate to the long driveway off Dandenong-Hastings Road and cut locks to the steel shed. Included in the haul was a generator valued at $5000, chainsaw ($700), Mercury outboard ($500) and the Windsor Rapid caravan which was later found dumped at Cranbourne.

Pawn shop burgled NECKLACES and a nail gun valued at $1500 were stolen during a raid on the Cash Deal pawnbroker outlet at Rosebud, 1am, Tuesday 2 July. Two offenders wearing hoodies, masks and gloves and carrying backpacks used an angle grinder to cut through a steel door and jemmied a second door before ransacking the shop in Pt Nepean Road.

Pizza driver robbed A PIZZA delivery driver was robbed of $40 when she made a delivery to a house at Mt Martha, 7pm, Friday 28 June. The 20-year-old thought the man who approached her in Harrop Road was a hungry customer – until he produced a knife and demanded money. The woman handed over the contents of her bag to the man described as having dark hair, tanned complexion and wearing dark clothing.

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Saved at The Pillars THREE men rescued from the cliff face at The Pillars, Mt Martha on Friday 5 July were members of a church group from the Bendigo area who told police they had been attracted to the popular cliff jumping spot by reports on social media. Two Strathdale men, 19 and 18 and a Lockwood man, 21 escaped injury after being pulled up the cliff face by CFA crews using ropes about 5pm. Mornington Fire Station Rescue Commander Rick Reid said the 10-member rope rescue crew from Dandenong attached ropes to trees at the top of the cliff and rappelled down to the men who were then winched back in harnesses. Police, including the Air Wing, and CFA units

from Dromana, Mt Martha and Frankston were called to the scene by church group members. Leading Senior Constable Melissa Seach of police media said the men had been walking with their group along the Esplanade when they climbed down and got stuck about 3.30pm. A 400-metre long fence to deter cliff jumpers erected before last summer by Mornington Peninsula Shire Council was removed after Easter. The fence saw a large drop in numbers of people gathering on the cliffs, but it also saw police refusing to cross it in pursuit of anyone drinking alcohol in breach of the shire’s local laws. Councillors will decide whether the fence is reinstalled in time for next summer after receiving a report from council officers.

Call for church ‘shake-up’ By Barry Morris IN the wake of the sexual abuse crisis engulfing the Catholic Church in Australia, 24 Melbourne parishes have drawn up a statement listing changes they believe must be adopted urgently. An accompanying letter and introduction says the church leadership has failed ordinary Catholics. In these dark times for the Catholic Church, especially in Australia, “we experience a profound feeling of shame and demand change”. The strongly-worded statement was written following a meeting of 62 parish representatives, including Mt Eliza, on 6 March. Mornington published the statement in its bulletin. However, it is not all doom and gloom. There are “signs of hope” in the leadership of Pope Francis and a growing conviction among many laity and priests that “things must change and change quickly”. The Melbourne statement comes in the lead up to next year’s plenary council in Australia and there are hopes other parishes around Australia will endorse it. A plenary council is a formal meeting of bishops and church representatives called to plot the church’s course, but ultimately it is the bishops who have the final say. This is the first council in Australia since 1937. “The church must reform itself, and protect the rights of people, especially children, rather than those who have caused this damage,” the statement says. “The church needs the full involvement of women at all levels, and recognition of the role of laity and priests as equal members with the bishops, in the people of God.” Priestly celibacy should be optional, women should be ordained as deacons and the principle of women priests endorsed. The statement calls for a more open and inclusive church where divorced and remarried Catholics and members of LGBTQI communities are made to feel welcome. The church must reach out and support the Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander peoples who hold a unique position in Australian life. The statement calls on organisers to change

the nature of the council so that it is genuinely representative of the church. “Otherwise it will fail,” it says. A majority of delegates to the council should be lay people and priests working in parishes, with at least half of these women. “Voting must be open and transparent.” On sexual abuse, the statement says: “All Catholic institutions with possible historical sex abuse complaints should immediately join the redress system. “A trauma-informed, treatment approach with support that is both competent and adequate is needed to assist the survivors. “The church must provide an ongoing ministry of support to victims of clerical child sexual abuse.” The statement notes that a new leadership model is needed for the church. “This requires dismantling the dominant male celibate club, banishing the trappings of power and reshaping the training of priests,” it says. The statement says the council must instigate a new governance structure, with lay men and women involved at all levels, with transparent and accountable structures. The council should move to make the church’s liturgy more relevant by reforming the language used, reinstating the Third Rite of Reconciliation and removing restrictions on receiving the Eucharist. It notes that Pope Francis has said the Eucharist is not a prize for the perfect but nourishment for the weak. The statement says the church should renew its focus on the poor and the marginalised. “We need to build on past achievements to increase our outward-looking focus, reaching out to our first nation people, asylum seekers, the vulnerable and the disadvantaged.” Finally, the statement says the church has failed to respond adequately to climate change and the destruction of the earth more generally. “We endorse a major new mandate in this area, consistent with the powerful call from Pope Francis in Laudato Si,” it says. Laudato Si is a well-received letter issued by the Pope on consumerism, irresponsible development, environmental degradation and global warming.


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Perfectly positioned 200m (approx) to Bentons Square Shopping Centre, this low-maintenance unit with a magic garden presents a lifestyle of ease and a presentation to please! Fabulously freestanding and filled with light, she´s the perfect place to start out, slow down or invest within easy reach of the beach, schools, reserves, bus stops, medical facilities and more.

Inspection: Price Guide:

As advertised or by appointment $480,000 - $520,000

Contact:

Malcolm Parkinson / 0421 704 246 malcolmparkinson@stonerealestate.com.au Sue Monaghan / 0400 481 862 suemonaghan@stonerealestate.com.au

> Relaxed single-level living with generous, established front and side gardens > Premium north-facing unit with a remote double garage at the rear > Generous kitchen and meals with a s/steel gas cooktop and a breakfast bench

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

For Sale

1/12 Bentley Road, Mc Crae What a formula for lifestyle this smart and sophisticated brand-new single-level three bedroom two bathroom residence provides in the hills of McCrae. Hosting stylishly finished generous proportions, a sun-drenched sheltered entertaining terrace and a location that is second to none, this vibrant and trendy home offers a discerning statement in low maintenance living. With dual living zones, a superb stone kitchen, expansive main bedroom suite with WIR and ensuite, double remote garage and climate control, this whisper quiet home is exceptionally appointed in a prime location that places all local amenity and the best of the Peninsula at your fingertips. Due for completion August 2019.

Price $750,000 - $825,000 Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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INTRODUCING

W AT E R F A L L G A R D E N S ROSEBU D

Photo is indicative only.

A boutique community of luxury, 2 & 3 bedroom single level homes. These residences, in the heart of an established neighbourhood in Rosebud, set the scene for a new enclave of luxurious living.

All homes feature:

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Premium finishes including stone benchtops Quality appliances Master with WIR & ensuite 6 star energy rating Low maintenance living

Combining cosmopolitan inner-city styling with a sublime coastal setting, located opposite Bay Views Golf Course and only a short drive to Rosebud beach.

Development by:

From $539,000.

F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N P L E AS E C O N TAC T:

Robert Bowman: 0417 173 103 robert@bowmanandcompany.com.au

Darren Sadler: 0448 947 622 darren.sadler@granger.com.au

69-77 Hove Road & 59 Fairway Grove, Rosebud

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16 BEMBRIDGE AVENUE, FRANKSTON SOUTH

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TIMELESS ELEGANCE ON 1/3 ACRE WITH STUDIO GALLERY Set among park-like gardens a 1500sqm (approx) parcel in the exclusive Oliver’s Hill precinct, this 4 bedroom 1940s clinker brick home resonates with mid-century charm interwoven with elegant contemporary updates. A pleasant stroll to the beach and Sweetwater Creek in the FHS zone, the residence boasts 2 living areas and a modern farmhouse kitchen with granite benchtops & Fisher & Paykel dishdrawers, while a studio gallery with separate entry and wood heater is perfect for the resident artist or a home business. Brimming with extras, the property includes a study, huge master suite with retreat, 3.5 bathrooms, ducted heating/cooling, fireplace, vast alfresco courtyard, single garage and subdivision potential (STCA).

PRICE GUIDE: $1.58M - $1.68M INSPECT:

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For Rent - Brand new townhouse - 66 Beleura Hill Road

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107A TANTI AVENUE, MORNINGTON

$1,300,000

NEW LISTING

GREAT INVESTMENT FOR THE SAVVY INVESTOR Great investment opportunity, situated in popular Medical /Allied Health area in Tanti Avenue, Mornington. Currently tenanted by a medical practice, in their third year of a seven year lease with two further five-year options. The premises offer easy access with ample off-street parking, huge waiting area, reception, treatment rooms, general office area and full amenities.

FOR SALE Inspect: By Appointment

Rod Morahan 0419 530 670 Geoff Luff 0416 142 336

3/3 BAYVIEW ROAD, MORNINGTON

$750,000 - $775,000 TOWNHOUSE, LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING NEARING COMPLETION Nearing completion is this stunning townhouse, thoughtful layout over two levels, landscaped gardens and alfresco space. Offering a skilful design incorporating 3 bedrooms with the downstairs comprising of master suite with FENS & WIR, open plan living & dining leading out to the secure entertaining area. Upstairs comprises of a further 2 bedrooms with BIR’s, large main bathroom & 2nd living space.

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346 MAIN STREET, MORNINGTON

3-17 YORK STREET, MORNINGTON

OFFICE WITH CAR PARK

HOP, SKIP AND A JUMP TO MAIN STREET! Sit back and relax in this extremely private and luxurious townhouse, conveniently situated a short stroll from Main Street. This pristinely presented townhouse impresses from the outset.

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Rod Morahan 0419 530 670 rodm@activerea.com.au

The office is ready when you are! Private & secure, available furnished or un-furnished and with one undercover car space. Includes separate entry, air conditioning. wifi and greatnatural light. Nothing more to spend. Available now.

Geoff Luff 0416 142 336 geoff@activerea.com.au

Rod Morahan 0419 530 670 rodm@activere.com.au

Lloyd Hillard 0458 258 200 lloyd@activerea.com.au

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Fingal 37 Turnberry Drive

Perfect to a Tee.

For sale.

$880,000 - $930,000 A remarkable single level architect-designed 4 bedroom home, sitting on a fully landscaped black size of 792m2 approx. Magnificently positioned overlooking the 18th fairway of the legends course, with a short stroll to the restaurant and club house. • • • • • •

Central open plan living Split system cooling, gas and wood heater Private gated Street with personal entry code Easy care timber floors Double lock up garage & extra car space Rear undercover entertaining deck with loving outlook over the 18th fairway & low care gardens.

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188 Main Street, Mornington obrienrealestate.com.au Inspect By Appointment Keith Burns 0416 079 401

Mount Martha 13 Bayliss Rise

For sale. $640,000 - $670,000

Designer Living. Wonderfully located single level townhouse offering master bedroom with walk through robe and ensuite, open plan north facing lounge and gourmet kitchen/meals area, powder room, double remote garage and private courtyard.

5975 7733

188 Main Street, Mornington obrienrealestate.com.au Inspect As Advertised Lina Luppino 0419 571 583 Kayn Luff 0416 265 337

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Flintwell PROPERTY GROUP

NOT SURE ABOUT RETIREMENT VILLAGES? “Skelton Lane” 5 Simpson Ct, Mt Martha is your answer!

For Sale

Prices From $639,000

Offering ten exclusive residences with your choice of either two or three bedroom designs and enjoy ownership of your unit and a small part of local history! Our exceptional new development sits atop some very special turf.

Bob Skelton twice rode in the Melbourne Cup. He won in 1976 on Van der Hum and ten years later rode into second place on a horse named Rising Fear in 1986. Situated on Simpson Ct, this land was once home to the famed Skelton horse stables. Centrally located between the picturesque town of Mornington and the idyllic township of Mount Martha on Mornington Peninsula, “Skelton Lane” is a prestigious, yet affordable, lifestyle community designed for those looking to transition to the next phase of living. • • • • •

Ready to move into – nothing more to spend Luxury inclusions, dishwasher, 900mm oven and cooktop, stone benches Walk in pantry, ducted heating and 2 split system air conditioners 6 star energy rating Pets allowed

This is how living is meant to be!

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FOR LEASE

BITTERN • • • • •

Choice of 2, both 76 sqm Air-con, toilet & kitchenette facilities Join IGA, Australia Post and others Modern complex, plenty of parking Exclusivity for your use

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Modern retail or office space Tenancy of approx. 82 sqm Undercover allocated parking Toilet and kitchenette facilities Great exposure to all entering Hastings

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$462pw + GST + Ogs

Modern factory with offices Property measures approx. 345sqm Allocated on site parking Frankston – Flinders Road complex Air-con, reception & office area Electric rollershutter – Available NOW

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Retail or office space Tenancy area of approx. 66 sqm Take over lease or sign new lease Opposite Coles and NAB carpark Great value - Available Now Western Port Plaza location

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Perfect rectangle site on prominent corner opposite foreshore reserve Situated right at the head of Hasting Bight with good sea views available from first floor. Fully serviced with bitumen road frontage off Thornhill Street Surrounded by recently constructed buildings, this is the last site at the very gateway to the town. Wide road reserve to front could be landscaped to accentuate architect designed office/showroom Aboriginal Heritage Survey already completed.

FOR SALE

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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL GONE SAILING THIS unique lifestlye business caters to those who love the sea life. Incorporated into the beautiful Yaringa marina on Western Port Bay, this business has a secure lease and demonstrates a great return on investment. There is plenty of scope for innovative new owners to improve the business which currently operates about 21 hours per week over a 48 week period.n

Auction

Thursday 8th August 2019 at 12noon on site 11 Thompson Street Frankston

Extraordinary Retail Investment

Boat Hire, SOMERVILLE FOR SALE: $199,950 AGENT: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454, Kevin Wright Commercial, 1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, 5977 2255

WORTH A CRUST SITUATED across from the beach and pier, this well-established bakery presents a great opportunity to buy into this bustling seaside town before the busy summer period. With great scope to extrend current trading hours, the bakery shows consistent takings throughout the year. Rent is an affordable $3,680 per month which includes the GST.n

Excellent secure tenant on new lease

Rental return of $126,798pa Net

The Bounty Shop has traded here for 30 years! * Commercial 1 Zone Land area: 658m2 *

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Bakery Cafe, RYE FOR SALE: $260,000 + SAV AGENT: Andrew Walsh 0417 564 454, Kevin Wright Commercial, 1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, 5977 2255

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Building area: 720m2 * *approx.

Linda Ellis 0400 480 397 1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs, 3201

For Lease

For Lease

Occupy by the Beach

It Doesn’t Get Any Better!

5 & 7 Beach Street, Dromana

71 Main Street, Mornington

5 Beach Street: Building area 172m2*

7 Beach Street: Building area 300m2*

Land area: 803m2*

Land area: 693m2*

Single level office/shop/medical

Two level office with amenities

Front and rear car parking

First floor boardroom/training room

Private office suites with staff amenity

Rear car parking

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

Double fronted shop

Generous building area: 92m2* Rear access Impressive 5.60 metre* frontage to Main Street Open-plan shop with rear store-room, toilet and kitchenette Available August 2019

5925 6005 nicholscrowder.com.au

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/Commercial

SOLD Thriving location

For sale $1,650,000

red hill 1016 Mornington-Flinders Road • Retail investment - 3 shops on 1 title • Land: 1,003m2 approx • Building: 206m2 approx

Development opportunity Mornington 5 Bruce Street

Jeremy lewis 0417 047 092 jeremy.lewis@jlbre.com.au

• Commercial 1 zoning

• Land: 2,240m2 approx. Bldg: 600m2 approx • Frontage: 38m approx • Redevelop, invest or owner occupy

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

• Zoned Industrial 3

Offices for lease Mornington 3/19 Bruce Street • Office building in the Mornington Industrial Estate now has 3 spaces for lease • Suite A: 34m2 - $920 pcm + GST • Suite B: 34m2 – starting from $695 pcm + GST • Suite I: 38m2 - $875.50 pcm + GST

For lease (Rent Inclusive of Ogs)

Main St space

For lease $3,300 pcm + GST + Ogs

Mornington 37 Main Street • 59m2 approx at the beach end of Main St • Plenty of foot traffic • 3 year lease only

Jeremy lewis 0417 047 092 jeremy.lewis@jlbre.com.au

• 520m2 approximately • Rear roller door access • Available September 2019

Mornington 5976 5900 mpnews.com.au

• Built in 2018 and yet to be occupied

Jeremy lewis 0417 047 092 jeremy.lewis@jlbre.com.au

• First floor office space of 66m2 approx • Kitchen facilities & shared toilets • Basement car park with lift access

For lease $5,000 pcm + GST + Ogs

Mornington 201 Mornington-Tyabb Road • Office space, warehouse, mezzanine & storage

For lease $1,680 pcm + GST + Ogs

balnarring 7/3056 Frankston-Flinders Road

• Available now

Showroom with office

Balnarring office

Jeremy lewis 0417 047 092 jeremy.lewis@jlbre.com.au

Warehouse for lease

For lease $6,500 pcm + GST + Ogs

Keysborough 6 Keysborough Close Jeremy lewis 0417 047 092 jeremy.lewis@jlbre.com.au

• 545m2 approx of warehouse & office space • Kitchen & bathroom facilities on both levels • Security gate access

Jeremy lewis 0417 047 092 jeremy.lewis@jlbre.com.au

• 6 allocated parking spaces

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LETTERS

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

Tyabb airfield’s problems are very down to earth We must point out that Cam Care is using the usual airfield supporter’s tactics of selective information and distraction to promote the airfield. (“Shire is to blame” Letters 3/7/19). His assertion that all, bar a handful, of the 180 plus aircraft based at the Tyabb airfield are “nothing to do with the club (Peninsula Aero Club)” is disingenuous. Aircraft may only be on and operate from the airfield with the express permission of the aero club which is the owner and operator of the airstrip. This is clearly pointed out in the airfield’s entry in the pilot’s Bible, ERSA. Mr Care’s lengthy exposition on the air navigation rules is an irrelevant distraction. The matters at hand, and the subject of his initial letter, are the very terrestrial provisions of the Victorian Planning and Environment Act and the Mornington Peninsula Planning Scheme. These determine what land use is permissible and under what circumstances. It is the absence of the appropriate permits governing the land use of a number of operations at Tyabb airfield that has prompted the shire’s actions and theoretically put the relevant businesses in jeopardy. The shire has encouraged the businesses concerned to apply for the appropriate permits while allowing them to continue to operate; this seems entirely reasonable. David and Katrina Chalke, Tyabb

Airfield gives back The apparent threat to shut down operations at Tyabb Airfield, in spite of it operating there with council approval for more than 50 years, should be of great concern to every club, church and community group on the Mornington Peninsula. If these actions are in response to a vocal and

vexatious minority, then frankly, no group or organisation is safe. Unfortunately, it is inevitable that someone will move in next door to a footy club, stadium, school, church or yacht club that has been operating for decades and then launch an ongoing campaign complaining about the parking, noise, singing, or loss of the natural environment. Whatever their motives, if councils were to give in to such people, then no organisation is safe. If, on the other hand, the complaints are used as an excuse to try to modify existing permits and limit or control existing use, then the motives should be disclosed. The truth will out. This airfield brings together like-minded enthusiasts who are passionate about their activity, in this case flying. They, and the associated businesses, have made a substantial investment in training or housing and maintaining aircraft. They had the vision and foresight to plan for their future. They have a proven track record of creating employment and giving back to the community. They have created an aviation precinct housing a superb collection of aircraft of such a high standard that it brings visitors from around the world and aircraft from around the country for maintenance. It is something of which Tyabb can be proud. Expect that the airfield and its operations will be defended with vigour and passion. Their case should be supported by every club and organisation on the peninsula since they could be next. Brian Gooden, Wheelers Hill Editor: Mornington Peninsula Shire has stated that it does not want to shut down the airfield, but businesses operating there should have the necessary planning permits, the same as every other for-profit business in the shire.

Unfair development I live in Rodney Street, Rye and am soon to have a brick wall running the entire length of our house 1.6 metres from our fence, blocking all north sun and light as its floor level is about two metres above ours due the slope of the land. No one, including Mornington Peninsula Shire, can enlighten me as to my rights in this matter. There was no formal notification process and I was able to obtain a copy of the plans only very recently. The building permit has already been issued. Where is the fairness in this matter? Kay Grey, Rye

Destructive quarry Regardless of the Ross Trust’s half page advertising blitz in our local media, the fact remains: 39 hectares of prime habitat will be bulldozed adjacent to Arthurs Seat State Park and a 190 metre deep hole will be dug across one of the few creeks on the Mornington Peninsula. Congratulations to Mornington Peninsula Shire Council for standing firm on the weakening of [quarry] planning laws (“Shire digs in over easing of quarry planning rules” The News 2/7/19). It is unbelievable that such a proposal should come from a trust that tells us how environmentally responsible it is. Environmental responsibility does not encompass the destruction of sensitive local flora and fauna on 39 hectares. Rupert Steiner, Balnarring Beach

Bad physics Rupert Steiner’s fear of global warming from burning Adani Mine coal is baseless (“Adani good, and bad” Letters 25/6/19). Atmospheric CO2 levels are controlled by the upper 700 metres of the world’s oceans seawater temperature. This has become obvious since diving buoys have made those temperatures available. I can provide a graphical plot showing the relationship. The ocean is warmed by heat from the sun. The claim that the CO2 reflects heat back to

the earth of the [United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] IPCC’s AR4 report is based on bad physics and computer studies. The particles in the atmosphere that are supposed to reflect heat back to earth are at 19 degrees and heat cannot flow from cold objects to warm objects. Henry Broadbent, Somers

Cinema delays During school holidays and other busy times, there are never enough staff at Peninsula Cinemas, Rosebud. On Tuesday 2 July, while waiting to have our car serviced, thought we would go to 10.30am showing at the cinema. Knowing it would be busy as it is school holidays, we arrived at about 10.10am to find only two stressed people behind the counter, trying to serve about 150 people. Not only are they trying to sell tickets, but also doing popcorn, drinks and other snacks. Surely during busy times they could employ students or more staff to help with these jobs. We would not usually go at this time, because of school holidays, but this is not the first time this has happened, as there are also other busy times. Perhaps it Is time the owners looked after staff as well as patrons. Kaye Hafey, Dromana

Costly repairs For years residents in Coppin Road Sorrento have resisted Mornington Peninsula Shire’s designs for a footpath that is both unsafe and unsuitable for the terrain. Now under construction, many residents are unable to leave or access their driveways as the new path and gutter system are, in some cases, 30 centimetres out of whack. Senior shire bureaucrats on six figure salaries were warned of the problems but chose to ignore the legitimate concerns of residents. Needless to say, ratepayers will need to pay extra for the very costly restoration work required over and above the $1 million already spent. Geoff Allen, Sorrento

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Miss Gregory, on behalf of the executive of the Anzac Appeal Committee, with a few appropriate remarks, placed the crown on Mr. Brody’s head. Immediately showers of confetti enveloped the new sovereign, and it was several minutes before he was able to return thanks. In doing so, Mr. Brody spoke eloquently of his nominators’ (the Red Cross ladies) fine work during the past five years, and said that the Anzac Appeal had shown there was still ample scope for the grand combination, initiative, and solid work which had been used to such advantage during the dark days of war. He sincerely hoped the ladies would keep together and “carry on” for the good of the soldiers and the community generally. *** AT the Mornington Police Court last week Marcus Goulding was charged with driving a motor car on a public highway recklessly in a manner which was dangerous to the public. Mr. W. S. Cook who appeared for accused objected to the wording of the summons and the bench agreed that the word “recklessly” be eliminated. After hearing evidence the case was dismissed. *** THE monthly meeting of the committee of the Frankston Mechanics’ Institute was held on Monday night 7th inst. There were present: Messrs P. Wheeler (chairman), Oates, Lasslett,

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Ratepayers interested should lodge their application with the Shire secretary (Mr J E Jones) not later than 14th July. The Council has appointed the 25th July for the revision of the rolls. *** R.S.A. Euchre Tournament The second round of the tournament held in connection with the Frankston Branch of Returned Soldiers was held on Thursday evening when there was a record attendance. Miss W. Rodgers after a play off with Mrs R. Wells, Mrs Trowsdale and Miss Cronin (9 games each) was successful in winning first prize (pair of glass salad dishes donated by Miss Jones.) Mr R. Burton won the gent: (shaving mug and brush donated by Mr Morrison.) Miss Pearl McLean and Mr Wilkinson captured the booby prizes. Mrs Wilcox was again to the fore assisted by Mrs Burton in preparing the refreshments. *** MR G. E. Rogers has received word from the Defence Department that his son, Private L. C. Rogers, of the Cyclist Batt, is returning to Australia by the “Mahia”, and is expected to reach Melbourne on or about the 20 inst. *** MR P. L. C. O’Shannassy, whose death occurred at Hastings last week, retired from the police force about three years ago, and after a short sojourn at Frankston, returned to live at Hastings. He was well known to nature students as a bird lover and reliable au-

thority on birds and their habits. Of retiring disposition and keen initiative, he had won a large circle of friends. We extend our sympathy to his wife and two daughters, who survive him. *** CONGRATULATIONS are extended to two more Somerville soldiers – Cpl. Philbrick and Pte. B. Dickson who returned home last week, both being passengers on the “Orontes”. *** THE Frankston And District Gas And Electric Co. Pty. Ltd. To Our Consumers, We have experienced considerable difficulties in keeping our Works going, due to the shipping strike and the consequent shortage of coal. The coal now made available to us is “slack” of inferior quality. It is of very great difficulty to maintain a gas supply with such material and on our gas supply depends our electric light service. We however, hope for the present, to maintain the supply of both gas and electricity, and will keep going as long as we can get coal, regardless of the price. We ask the forbearance of our customers under the trying conditions and would request them to observe the gas restrictions imposed by the Central Coal Board, which will relieve the situation to a large extent. JOHN DITCHBURN. Managing Director. Melbourne. 10th July 1919. *** FROM the pages of the Mornington Standard, 12 July 1919

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The Future of Cinema is a Cow and We’re Milking It By Stuart McCullough PERHAPS it’s a fad. One in which you take something that’s beloved the world over and quite possibly ruin it forever. It’s a delicate balance. The law of diminishing returns (which, in terms of seriousness, ranks somewhere between cattle rustling and failing to give way to the right at an intersection) means that things can only get worse. But in the never-ending arm wrestle between art and commerce, the former is puny stick of a human and the latter has biceps that take three days to circumnavigate by boat. It’s an uneven contest. No matter the risk, the lure of filthy lucre wins out. It’s as though all new the ideas have vanished and all that’s left is to remake things that were perfectly fine to begin with. As a result, a slew of live-action remakes of animated classics are flooding cinemas. These films not only risk tarnishing an almighty legacy but also, as a bonus, may well spoil whatever childhood memories you have left. You’ve got some nerve, Disney. ‘Dumbo’, ‘The Lion King’, ‘Aladdin’ – the list of remakes stretches out over the horizon. The only question is: why? Aladdin was a great film. I remember piling into the back of a van with my housemates on a group excursion to Southland to see it back in 1992. We were living in a seven bedroom house in St Kilda and, given the occupants were all young men in their twenties, it was precisely as unhygienic as it sounds. Trips to shopping centres for us were few and far between. It was a more innocent era - back when you could still get five weekly videos for ten bucks and watching every movie ever made by John Cusack in sequential order was considered an act of science rather than dazzling act of frippery. So what made the original ‘Aladdin’ so good? The answer is surprisingly simple. You could single out the cutting-edge animation, the script or the music for praise but, in reality, there was

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one thing that made ‘Aladdin’ terrific: Robin Williams. By remaking the film as a live-action movie, the folks at Disney have sacrificed the thing that made the original so successful by replacing Robin Williams with Will Smith. Don’t get me wrong: nobody likes the Fresh Prince of Bel Air more than I do, but it’s just not the same. And by ‘just not the same’ I really mean, ‘not nearly as good.’ If I’m being honest, I’m less troubled by a live-action remake of ‘The Lion King’. This is partly because I never saw the original so it can’t possibly despoil a sacred childhood memory and because James Earl Jones will reprise

his role as Mustafa, which is oddly comforting. Besides, the new version will feature Donald Glover and Beyonce; both of whom are wildly talented and can do no wrong. It’s a shame they’re not considering a live action remake of ‘Fantasia’ with Hunter S. Thompson in the role originally performed by Mickey Mouse. Now that would really be something. What I really want to know is if this is just the start of something bigger? And if live-action remakes of once-popular animated films proves to be a money-printing machine, then presumably it’s only a matter of time before it goes the other way. Whilst I’ve been resistant to the whole

‘live action’ remake trend, I’m intrigued by the possibility of animated remakes of live-action films. The possibilities are endless. I, for one, would love to see an animated remake of ‘The Godfather’. Whilst the original with Marlon Brando and Al Pacino was pretty good, it could’ve been vastly improved by including a few songs by Randy Newman. ‘You Got a Friend In Me’ would be wholly transformed in the hands of Don Corleone. It’d also be a great chance to give the world the sequels it’s long been waiting for. Hollywood loves sequels. ‘Gone with the Wind’ was okay when it had Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh, but ‘GWTW 2’ would be fantastic as claymation. ‘Citizen Kane’ with sock puppets is not so much an outlandish idea that desecrates an act of genius as it is inevitable. And if the major studios don’t have the gumption to produce it, it’ll be filmed by a 12 year old on an iPhone and will likely be lauded as being even better than the original. ‘Terms of Endearment’ will be a Manga spectacular featuring Kim Kardashian as the voice of Aurora Greenway and Boris Johnson as Garrett Breedlove. ‘Ben Hur’ would be remade as a piece of flick pad animation. It’d be heaps cheaper and much better for the horses. Soon, the local Cineplex will be chock-a-block full of brand new films that you’ve already seen. So where is all this taking us? Once upon a time de ja vu was a mildly disturbing sensation you felt from time to time for free. Now it’s a mildly disturbing sensation you experience in the dark with a room full of strangers, after parting with seventeen bucks whilst you’re up to the elbow in a bucket of popcorn. Wonders will never cease, although they probably should. So excuse me if I skip the latest incarnation of ‘Aladdin’. I liked it just the way it was. stuart@stuartmccullough.com


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Bulls lose first match for the season DIVISION TWO

By Brodie Cowburn KARINGAL have had their undefeated streak snapped by Seaford. The Bulls have rampaged through their competition this season, going 12 games without a defeat. Seaford hosted Karingal on Saturday, looking to pull off a major upset. The Tigers got off to a good start and took a three goal lead into the quarter time break. Karingal worked their way into the game after the first break, and by half time had taken the lead. Seaford were facing a 10 point deficit against the division’s top side heading into the second half, but proved themselves up for the task. They wrestled back the lead, and went into the final quarter seven points up. In the box seat for an upset win, Seaford kept their foot on the gas. They held on in the final term, and claimed a stunning 11 point win over the top of the ladder Karingal. Aaron Walton kicked three goals for the victorious Tigers. He now has 48 for the year. At the other end of the ground Karingal forward Marc Holt kicked two. He now has just three goals from his past two games, much less than his usual output. The final score read Seaford 11.6 (72) to Karingal 8.13 (61). The loss sees Red Hill surpass Karingal and go into first place. At Somerville Recreation Reserve, Somerville played host to Langwarrin. It would prove to be a good afternoon for the visitors, who had 11 individual goalkickers and secured an impressive win. Langwarrin took an early lead over Somerville, but the contest was close. At half time the Kangaroos held a narrow four point lead.

A third quarter blitz saw the Kangaroos put the game well out of reach. They stunned Somerville with a nine goals to zero third term. Somerville performed a little better in the final quarter but the damage was already done. They succumbed to defeat against Langwarrin 12.7 (79) to 18.14 (122). Shane Paterson, Jarryd Amalfi, and Blake Peach were named among the Kangaroos’ best. At Bunguyan Reserve, an eight goal haul from Curtis Bywater helped Chelsea to a big win on the road against Tyabb. Tyabb started off on the right foot and led by a point at the first break. They were quickly blown out of the water in the second quarter, and failed to recover. Tyabb scored just one behind in the second quarter, while Chelsea put six goals on the board. The Seagulls continued to impress in the second half, and eventually secured a dominant win 8.7 (55) to 19.11 (125). Pearcedale also had a tough afternoon at home, losing easily to Rye. Rye looked in control throughout the whole afternoon, and put together an impressive defensive display. Pearcedale only managed to put a solitary goal on the board in the second and third quarters. The day ended in disappointment for Pearcedale. They lost to Rye 7.2 (44) to 10.22 (82). Had the Demons been a little better in front of goal the result could have been much worse. Pearcedale have struggled badly all season, and are currently level on points with Crib Point on the bottom of the ladder.

Somerville squeeze: Langwarrin’s pressure was too much for Somerville, giving them a 43 point win. Picture: Andrew Hurst

Stonecats bounce back on the road DIVISION ONE

By Brodie Cowburn FRANKSTON YCW bounced back from a tough loss last week by taking to the road to defeat Dromana. The Tigers have made their home ground a fortress in recent times, and have been a tough side to beat this year. The Stonecats on the other hand were looking to redeem themselves after falling to relegation candidates Moninngton in a shock result last week. Dromana raced out of the blocks with a strong first quarter, and led by three goals at the first break. Frankston YCW, who have been struggling at times this season, kept touch in the second quarter and chipped the lead back to two goals. Dromana looked well and truly in the box seat heading into the second

Tigers tamed: The Stonecats travelled to Dromana for a 31 point win. Picture: Andrew Hurst

half, but cost themselves badly with a poor performance in front of goal. They kicked no goals and five behinds in the third term, as the Stonecats snatched the lead heading into the final quarter. Frankston YCW rode their wave of momentum into the last quarter, scoring six goals to put the game beyond doubt. They had to work hard, but the Stonecats eventually secured a badly needed win 7.12 (54) to 12.13 (85). Corey Henness was impressive for YCW, booting five goals in a best on ground performance. Bonbeach also had a good afternoon on Saturday, defeating EdithvaleAspendale. The Sharks put together a good team performance, and had 10 individual goal kickers. Bonbeach looked the better side early on at home, and went into half time up by three goals. Edi-Asp proved they were not willing to take the loss lying down in the third quarter, fighting back to get within a goal. Bonbeach did what needed to be done in the final term, and secured the four points with a hard fought 15.15 (99) to 12.7 (79) win. Michael Meehan performed well for Edi-Asp, scoring five goals. Dylan Jones and Joseph Fisscher were named as Bonbeach’s best. All other division one clubs had byes on the weekend. Mornington News

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Hine hammers Casey Comets SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie JOSH Hine’s four-goal haul underpinned a whitewash at Comets Stadium on Saturday as Mornington hammered the home side 6-0. English striker Hine was unstoppable. His first goal came in the 13th minute from the penalty spot after he was brought down inside the area. Hine’s second in the 33rd minute was from a back post header following great work out wide and an excellent cross from Sammy Orritt. Hine completed his hat-trick in the 68th minute after a superb move started by Mornington keeper Taylor Davidson and ending when Kane Bentley set up Hine for a tap in. His fourth goal came three minutes later when he was sent clear into a one-on-one with Comets’ keeper Michael Sivulja and made no mistake. Mornington’s other scorers were Orritt (8th minute) and substitute Sam Catherine (73rd minute). “It was a brilliant display all over the park and easily the best we’ve played all year,” Mornington gaffer Adam Jamieson said. Scottish striker Liam Baxter who switched from Mornington to Mazenod Victory in May is negotiating a return and is expected to sign back at Dallas Brooks Park this week. In NPL2 news Langwarrin had super sub David Stirton to thank for Saturday’s 2-1 home win over Murray United. Stirton came off the bench in the 82nd minute and two minutes later his precise header sent the ball sailing over Murray United keeper Abdulkerim Koc and into the top corner of goal. The visitors had taken an 8th minute lead when Aaron Midon’s free kick was deflected and went in off the far post and wide player Tom Youngs was a constant menace. But Langy hit back in the 38th minute when the visitors failed to deal with a long throw from the left, the ball eventually falling to unmarked Lucas Portelli at the back post and his close range volley made it 1-1. Stirton replaced Jordan Templin as the clock ran down and it proved to be a masterstroke as Langy cemented its spot in the top six of NPL2 East. Meanwhile Stephen Fisher has formally resigned as technical director of Langwarrin effective at season’s end. Fisher is widely recognised as one of the better TDs in NPL ranks and during his two seasons at Lawton Park has stepped in to fill the coaching breach at the club’s underage sides to great effect. In NPLW news Southern United lost 9-0 away to South Melbourne in both the seniors and under19s last weekend. Southern’s under-16s fought back from two goals down to draw 3-3 with Southern’s goals coming from Sage Kirby, Taylah Hennekam and Erica-Derrick Sarfo-Sarpong. The under-14s, under new coach Emma Bracken, lost 2-1 with Macey Butler scoring for Southern. US import Jennifer Lum is due to arrive today (Tuesday) and the attacking midfielder is expect-

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Four of the best: Mornington’s gun striker Josh Hine had a day out at Casey Comets’ expense last weekend. Picture: John Punshon

ed to make her senior Southern debut in Sunday’s clash with Bulleen. In State 2 news Peninsula Strikers maintained their promotion push with a 2-0 home win over Monbulk Rangers last weekend. When Alpha Turay was tripped in the 28th minute John Prescott converted from the spot to give Strikers the lead and Turay capitalised on good lead-up play by substitute Jai Power-Reeves in the 70th minute to score from close range. Strikers square up to runaway league leader Boroondara-Carey Eagles at Carey Sports Complex on Saturday in what looms as a season-defining clash for Danny Verdun’s men. In State 3 news Skye United’s title tilt gained impetus with a 4-0 home win over Ashburton United on Friday night and the local side can join league leader Collingwood City on 34 points if it wins tonight’s (Tuesday’s) catch-up match against Whitehorse United at Skye Recreation Reserve. Injury to Mitch Blake gave Maxim Avram his first start for Skye while midfielder Alex Rojas also missed the Ashburton clash through injury. Midfielder Marcus Collier was back in the matchday squad after 12 months off with an ACL injury but was an unused substitute. It took less than seven minutes for Skye to hit the lead when captain Jason Nowakowski sent a cross to the back post and Avram cleverly headed back into the opposite corner to put the hosts in front. Skye forced a turnover from the restart and although Ashburton keeper Nicholas Bucello parried a Jason Nowakowski shot from outside the box Mikey Turner was on hand to tuck home the rebound and give Skye a 2-0 lead at the break. Two minutes into the second half Skye put this one to bed as Mark O’Connor released Daniel Attard into a one on one and the big man made no mistake. Nowakowski got on the scoresheet in the 70th minute after a toe poke from outside the box found its way into the top corner and Ashburton’s

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frustrations were compounded in the final 15 minutes as it was reduced to nine men with the dismissals of Marko Gluscevic and Tomas Piszczyk. Skye’s home clash with Elwood next Saturday is the Chris Attard memorial match to celebrate the life of the late club president. Frankston Pines lost 2-0 to Whitehorse United last Friday under the Monterey Reserve lights in a contest that never reached great heights. Whitehorse striker Masee Namdar cut inside a defender on the left of the area in the 9th minute and hit a firm drive past Pines keeper Alfonso Cardinale to open the scoring. Pines central midfielder Alex Bevacqua lost possession in the 24th minute and the ball was crossed to the far post where Cardinale did well to parry a header but was helpless as Namdar followed up and headed into the unguarded goal. Pines gave the ball away too easily in the first half and an improved second half showing was to no avail. Lachlan McMinimee replaced injured CJ Hodgson in the Pines’ starting line-up, Meron Negassi was injured, Callum Khiath suspended and Connor McAndrews unavailable. Teenage defender Aiden McKenna was on the bench after being signed last week from Langwarrin. In State 4 news Harry McCartney reports that Seaford United edged out visitors Dingley Stars with a 4-3 victory last weekend. Mitch Lander opened the scoring in the 43rd minute after breaking clear and a minute later Dylan Waugh slotted the second past Dingley keeper Josh Green despite claims of offside. Dingley hit back in the 52nd minute when Jordon Liaskos, the smallest man on the park, broke away from his marker to head home at the near post from a Erman Sepetci corner. Five minutes later Lander again broke through and under pressure was able to drill the ball home with a clinical finish. In the 62nd minute a cross from Sepetci and a

clever dummy by Mohsen Chehimi left Dallas McNeill with space to side foot home past Anthony Madafferi to make it 3-2. In the 82nd minute Liaskos was again involved when his pinpoint pass to Chehimi ended with the visitors back on level terms. But a minute later Seaford’s dynamic duo were at it again when Lander motored down the right and Waugh was on the end of his low cross to make it 4-3. Seaford player-coach Matt Morris-Thomas decided to take off both strikers and lock down the defensive half in a move that proved successful. Baxter went down 4-2 at home to league leader Rowville Eagles last weekend with Nico Juric and Abdull Darmanii scoring for Baxter. The big news in State 5 South was Somerville’s magnificent 2-1 away win over league leader Old Mentonians last weekend. The result opens up the promotion race as only the champion goes up this season. The Eagles handed a first senior start of the season to Eric Manhanong who had a superb game at left back and the visitors came flying out of the blocks when Callum Richardson pounced on a goalkeeping fumble to put them in front. They soon doubled their lead after great work by Nathan Grimshaw on the right who crossed for Callum Richardson to volley instinctively on the turn to make it 2-0. The second half saw Somerville keeper Nathan Brown deny leading league scorer Rannesh Krishnan with an incredible save before a longrange strike from Marcus Spivey gave the home team hope. Mark Pagliarulo and Carlo Cardoso missed chances to extend the lead and despite Old Mentonians throwing everything at Somerville in the dying minutes they couldn’t break down the Eagles’ defence. Aspendale Stingrays drew 3-3 away to Tullamarine last weekend while Rosebud’s 2-2 draw away to Casey Panthers was called off in the 80th minute due to a head injury suffered by Rosebud’s Tyrone Vanderspek. Teenage striker Nathan Barnet scored twice on debut for the Stingrays whose other scorer was Anthony Segavac. Rosebud’s goals came from Beau Sharpe and Blake Hicks. This week’s games: TUESDAY, 8.30pm: Skye Utd v Whitehorse Utd (Skye Recreation Reserve). FRIDAY, 8.30pm: Collingwood City v Frankston Pines (Kevin Bartlett Reserve). SATURDAY, 3pm: Mazenod Victory v Mornington (Brandon Park Reserve), BoroondaraCarey Eagles v Peninsula Strikers (Carey Sports Complex), Skye Utd v Elwood City (Skye Recreation Reserve), Dingley Stars v Baxter (Chadwick Reserve), Endeavour Utd v Seaford Utd (Reema Reserve), Aspendale Stingrays v Rosebud (Jack Grut Reserve), Somerville Eagles v Pakenham Utd (Tyabb Central Reserve). SUNDAY, 7pm: Bulleen v Southern Utd (Veneto Club). MONDAY, 8.30pm: Bulleen v Langwarrin (Veneto Club).

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The Hose family and the Tyabb Football Netball Club By Peter McCullough THE edition of Western Port News dated 30 August, 2011 told of the enormous contribution made to the Tyabb Football Netball Club by the Hose family: parents, Neil and Joyce, and their four sons, Darren, Brett, Fraser, and Mathew. It seemed at the time that an era had ended: Mat had announced his retirement after 252 senior games which included six club best-and-fairests. Together with 1 Reserve game and 41 in the Under 19’s, this brought his tally to 294 club games. Our report stated: “Overall the four Hose boys played together in the senior team on 19 occasions. Between them they played 872 games for Tyabb and kicked 727 goals. Next season (i.e. 2012) will be the first time that the Tyabb senior team has not had a Hose on the team sheet since 1987.” But had an era ended? Well, there may have been a bit of a lull, but the presence of the Hose family at the Tyabb Football Netball Club is once again very evident. A visit to the recent match against Langwarrin revealed how the past eight years have played out. NEIL. The patriarch of the family continued to serve on the committee for a number of years and is still maintaining his interest in the club as Team Manager of the Under 19’s. He and Joyce are as enthusiastic supporters of the club as ever, particularly now that the next generation of Hose boys is beginning to make an impression. MAT. The youngest son of Neil and Joyce, having announced his retirement in 2011, took a break for three years other than a game or two of Super Rules. However in 2015 he returned to Tyabb as coach of the Reserves and the urge to pull on the boots again was just too strong. Although his coaching stint concluded last year, Mat played on this year in the Reserves. The match against Langwarrin took his number of Reserves games from 1 to 47 and his total number of games played with Tyabb to 340. This broke the record, previously held by Scott Pickersgill, of number of games played for Tyabb. Apart from his games with Tyabb, Mat played with the Dandenong Stingrays for two years, and then played 26 games with the Frankston Dolphins. Although the

Above: The four Hose boys leaving the field after a game for Tyabb. From left: Mat, Brett, Fraser and Darren. Right: Ready for training with the Tyabb Shirt Tearers: Brett, Fraser, Mat and Darren.

word ‘retirement’ was mentioned after the Langwarrin match, the prevailing view seemed to be ‘we’ve heard that before.’ It should also be mentioned that as well as making a contribution on the field, Mat is also on the committee and holds the position of Vice President. WILL. Darren’s son, Will, was 10 at the time of our last account and playing with the Under 11’s at Mt. Martha. He transferred to Tyabb in 2018, winning the club best-and-fairest in the Under 19’s and the Game Face ‘Player of the Year’ for Division 2. Now 6’ 3” (190 cm) he has been promoted to the senior team this year, playing on the wing. LACHLAN. Brett’s son, Lachlan, was 8 in 2011. Although only 16 he, too, is 6’ 3” and has made a start with the Tyabb Under 19’s. THOMAS and PATRICK. The remaining Hose boys of the next generation are sons of Mat. They are now 12 and 10 respectively and, if their grandmother, Joyce, is any judge, they are showing plenty of promise with junior teams at South Mornington. No doubt

they, too, will find their way to Tyabb in the future. SARAH. In the 2011 article a fleeting reference was made to Mat’s wife, Sarah. It stated that “..she played for Tyabb in the 2010 A grade netball grand final and was runner-up for the best-and-fairest in the league.” With hindsight, this did not do justice to Sarah’s record. She has continued to play with Tyabb and has taken the court on 164 occasions which is also a club record. Although now captain of the B grade team, she was a member of the A grade premiership teams of 2010, 2014 and 2015, winning the club bestand-fairest in 2014. With the creation of the South Eastern Women’s Football League in 2016, Sarah decided to join the Tyabb team and was a member when they won the 2017 premiership. Finally, like husband Mat, Sarah is contributing off the field as well and has been the Secretary of the Tyabb Football Netball Club for the past three years.

FOOTNOTE. As in 2011 I would not have been able to compile this story without the assistance of both Neil and the club historian, Doug Dyall.

Above: Mat leaving the ground in 2011 after his first “retirement”. Left: Mat with sons Thomas and Patrick. Below: Mat’s wife Sarah on the netball court (below left) and football field (below).

Above left: Darren’s son Will listening to the coach. Left: Neil with grandson Lachlan who is now playing with Tyabb under 19’s. Mornington News

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Titanium Grey, 2000kms, 1PO2QN. Was $22,990 DRIVE AWAY Now $18,785 DRIVE AWAY*

18MY ASX ES 2WD Auto

Sterling Silver, 5085kms, 1ON5ZD. Was $27,990 DRIVE AWAY Now $25,650 DRIVE AWAY*

MORNINGTON MITSUBISHI 41 TYABB ROAD, MORNINGTON MORNINGTONMITSUBISHI.COM.AU | 5975 5188

*Participating Mitsubishi dealers. Limited stocks. Mitsubishi reserves the right to extend or modify these offers. See participating dealer for full terms and conditions. Private Buyers and ABN Buyers. Excludes Government, Rental & National Fleet Buyers.

GO YOUR OWN WAY $

55,490

WAS

DRIVE AWAY*

$

55,550

NOW

$

DRIVE AWAY

48,990

DRIVE AWAY*

MU-X TOUR MATE 4X4 LS-T 7 SEAT AUTO

D-MAX 4X4 SX CREW CAB UTE AUTO

• OBSIDIAN GREY • GENUINE ALLOY BULL BAR • GENUINE WEATHERSHIELDS • GENUINE BONNET PROTECTOR • GENUINE HEAVY DUTY TOW BAR • GENUINE CARPET MAT SET S/N 61830

• COSMIC BLACK • BLACK STEEL BULL BAR • REAR STEP BAR • BLACK WHEELS • ALL TERRAIN TYRES • CRUISE CONTROL • 7” TOUCHSCREEN AUDIO DISPLAY • REVERSING CAMERA S/N 61768

LIMITED EDITION

$

54,990

WAS

DRIVE AWAY*

D-MAX X-RUNNER 4X4 LS-T AUTO • SAT NAV • REVERSING CAMERA • 18" ALLOY WHEELS • UNDER RAIL TUB LINER • UNIQUE STYLING • LEATHER INTERIOR^

$

NOW

40,895 $

DRIVE AWAY

36,980

DRIVE AWAY*

D-MAX 4X4 SX SINGLE CAB HIGH-RIDE AUTO • SPLASH WHITE • GENUINE HEAVY DUTY ALLOY TRAY • REAR LADDER RACK AND STEP S/N 61791

HURRY TO MORNINGTON ISUZU UTE TODAY

41 Tyabb Rd, Mornington | PH: 5975 5188 www.morningtonisuzuute.com.au LMCT 10467 *Terms and Conditions may apply. ^Seats have leather touches or accents, but are not wholly leather.

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$2699

FREE

$2999

$2399

POWER +

SPACE 57.57

BATTERY UPGRADE SPACE POWER 3600 Chair

SPACE POWER 5300 Chair TREND STORM LEATHER/BLACK

TREND BRICK LEATHER

PORTSEA SOFA HABITAT PUMICE FABRIC 2.0 seater 2.5 seater 3.0 seater Duo

$1249 $1299 $1599

Chair and ottoman TREND TUXEDO LEATHER/OAK

LAST FEW DAYS

NORDIC 60 CHAIR

Chair and ottoman HABITAT PUMICE FABRIC WALNUT RING Standard Large

$1499 $1599

FREE BONUS STACK TABLE when you purchase 2 Nordic chairs

HOT SPECIALS! standard

$1499

large

$1599

NORDIC 21 Chair and Ottoman PRIME LEATHER / STAR BASE

leather

BRANDO STANDARD LIFT CHAIR

$1599

fabric

$1149

from

$999

LOKI

LEATHER FABRIC COMBO

NORDIC 60

3 LEATHER COLOURS BLACK, LATTE, CLOUD

$1499

until sold out

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