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Shaving for a cure ROSEBUD Primary School grade 6 pupils Zali Webber and Zoe McGrath took the plunge and had their heads shaved last week while raising $3000 for the Cancer Council. The girls’ hair will be donated to Wigs for Kids which makes wigs for children having cancer treatment. Grade 6 classroom teacher Ben Hallas said a crowd of fellow pupils, family and friends watched the shave and cheered the girls on. “They received congratulations from everyone involved,� he said.

Four-month delay on costs Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au THE full extent of Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors’ expenses during their 2012-16 term has finally been officially disclosed after months of stalling. The shire’s 11 former councillors, including three re-elected last month, racked up $616,712 on ratepayer-funded expenses over four years.

Neighbouring Frankston and Kingston councils – with nine councillors apiece - spent $205,329 and $101,807 respectively over the same period. Those two councils, unlike the shire, published a breakdown of councillors’ expenses in annual reports in each year of the previous four-year council term. The expenses are separate to councillors’ $28,907 yearly remuneration plus 9.5 per cent superan-

nuation; $92,333 for the mayor over a 12-month mayoral term. The shire only began publishing councillors’ expenses in its annual report in 2014-15, the first financial year it was forced to make expenses public after a legislative change by the state government. The News repeatedly asked council for the 2012-16 expenses figures in the lead up to council elections. The first request was made in July.

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Old guard offers words of advice DEPARTING Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors Andrew Dixon, David Garnock, Graham Pittock, Tim Rodgers and Tim Wood have been given a seal of recognition for their service to the community after the mayor election last Monday. All were keen to pass on words of wisdom to newly-elected councillors gleaned from their experiences as councillors.

Each of the five was full of praise for council officers who support councillors behind the scenes, but one ex-councillor sounded a note of caution. Mr Rodgers had some words of advice for eight newly elected councillors, including seven first-timers: “You have been elected with an agenda [but] never forget council officers also have an agenda.” The ex-councillor also praised council

officers’ hard work and diligence. Mr Garnock, a former naval captain at HMAS Cerberus, the only departing councillor who stood for re-election but lost out to Kate Roper in Cerberus ward, addressed the new councillors when receiving his seal of recognition. “Having once been an officer myself I know that officers in the shire don’t have agendas,” Mr Garnock said. “They actually work hard to achieve

what the shire councillors stipulate.” Mr Pittock also received a medal for his 2015-16 stint as mayor at the meeting. “I deserve it,” he joked. “I’ve been sleeping at night since I decided not to seek re-election.” Ex-councillors David Gibb and Anne Shaw were not at the meeting to receive a seal of recognition in person. Neil Walker

The new team: Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors elected for the next four years are, from left, Frank Martin, Julie Edge, Simon Brooks, Kate Roper, David Gill, Bev Colomb, Hugh Fraser, Sam Hearn, Antonella Celi, Bryan Payne and Rosie Clark. Picture: Yanni

Pay fears prompt union’s farm raid Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A UNION raid on a large Boneo vegetable farm on Tuesday was prompted by fears that workers at the site were not receiving their legal minimum entitlements. The National Union of Workers – acting under the authority of the Fair Work Commission – sent delegates to A & G Lamattina & Sons, of Browns Rd, Tuesday 15 November, to investigate claims the workers were being “systematically underpaid”. The unionists are believed to have demanded to see employment records of all workers. But the company, which did not respond to inquiries from The News, rejected the charges in a statement released to Fairfax Media: “A&G Lamattina & Sons Pty Ltd is fully compliant with all regulations and ... are working with Fair Work Australia

to investigate these allegations and resolve this matter in the interest of all concerned.” The family-owned business, established in 1955 and which is a leading vegetable supplier to Coles and Woolworths, grows broccoli, cabbage, carrots, celery, parsnips, silver beet and lettuce. Union industrial officer Alex Snowball said they had received complaints “from the workers themselves” about the substandard pay rates. “The union believes that people there are being ripped off on their hourly rates and incorrect overtime. The company is denying it but we are confident of our case.” The union is believed to have spent months collecting “detailed evidence” of the underpayments. The business was the only property on the peninsula to be raided. The matter will go before the FWC on 1 December.

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Man, 26, dies after head-on collision A SAFETY Beach man has died in hospital following a two-car collision in Bruce Rd, Safety Beach, Tuesday 15 November. Mornington Peninsula Traffic Unit police said the 26-year-old, driving a Toyota Corolla towards the Nepean Highway intersection appeared to have drifted into the west-bound lane before crashing head-on into a Ford Ranger, at about 7.40am. Leading Senior Constable Ash South said the man was trapped in the car until cut free by CFA crews from Mornington, Mt Martha and Dromana. “We don’t know why [the collision] occurred but the actual hit may have been unavoidable,” he said. The Toyota driver was worked on by ambulance crews at the scene before being airlifted to the Royal Melbourne Hospital where he died on Thursday. The 47-year-old driving the Ranger suffered back fractures and was taken to Frankston Hospital. Both cars were written off in the collision which closed Bruce Rd for four hours. Police erected road blocks at the Bruce Rd entry to Martha Cove and Bruce Rd/Nepean Highway intersection, which is near the freeway entry lane. Road conditions were good with an overcast sky.

Water works: Work continues on installing new steps at Sorrento while the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) will soon begin trucking in sand to widen the beach. Picture: Yanni

Sand for Sorrento SAND is being trucked onto the beach at Sorrento for summer. The renourishment works at are expected to be completed within a month. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) coastal project officer Jacky Priestly said the works would widen the beach between the boat ramp and the Sea Road Ferries’ terminal by about 12 metres. “Erosion at many Port Phillip beaches means they do not have enough natural sand to protect foreshores and infrastruc-

ture,” she said. “We identified that this area was suffering from erosion, resulting in a narrow beach that could no longer support vegetation and was becoming a hindrance for beach walkers.” Ms Priestly said bay beaches received about 40 million visits a year. There will be full access to the Sorrento beach on weekends, but some sections will be restricted 7am-6pm, Monday to Friday.

EMERGENCY ambulance response times have improved across the Mornington Peninsula in the past 12 months, but are still falling short of best practice targets for emergency call-outs. Data released by Ambulance Victoria shows 70.6 per cent of code one calls in 2015-16 were responded to within 15 minutes. The average response time in 2015-16 to 10,057 incidents was 13 minutes, 11 seconds. This was an improvement on an average response time of 13 minutes, 43 seconds to 9380 incidents in 2014-15. The Ambulance Victoria target for under 15 minutes response times for areas with a population greater than 7500 is 90 per cent. The peninsula has more than 145,000 residents. Victorian Health Minister Jill Hennessy in April said the Labor state government included $144 million” in its first budget “to fix the ambulance system after four years of crisis. “With ambulance response times now the best they have been in five years, this shows what can be achieved by working together

with our paramedics – instead of declaring war on them like the Liberals did,” Ms Hennessy subsequently said in a statement this month. Liberal opposition health spokeswoman Mary Wooldridge said ambulance services are not improving in line with increased funding. “Before the last election, Daniel Andrews claimed ambulance response times were in crisis and said he would fix it,” Ms Wooldridge said. “After nearly two years as Premier, he is nowhere near his target, with response times similar to what they were under the previous government when Daniel Andrews claimed it was a crisis.” In 2014, when the previous Coalition state government was in power, Ambulance Victoria refused to release response times categorised by local government area and instead only provided statewide figures. Ambulance Victoria’s board was axed and replaced after Labor’s state election win in November 2014. Neil Walker

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Healthy outlook: Researcher Sue mason’s findings have been published by Royal Society, gaining international attention for Port Phillip’s resident common dolphins.

resides along the bay’s mid-eastern shore are presented in a thesis she has just submitted for evaluation and which also forms the backbone of an article recently published in the Royal Society’s Open Science journal. Without being able to examine individual dolphins or take samples, Ms Mason believes most are healthy “because the bay’s pretty healthy”. Just last month a colleague in Scotland showed Ms Mason photographs of lesions on dolphins in her research area which showed “the ones on our dolphins aren’t anywhere near that bad”. “Some of our dolphins have the scars, possibly from boat propellers, so it is critical to be aware of

them and follow the marine mammal regulations [which stipulate] vessels shouldn’t deliberately approach dolphins closer than 100 metres, or 300 metres for a jet ski.” Other environmental conditions which could adversely affect dolphins include salinity, water temperature “and they can be quite rough on one another”. Ms Mason said her studies had shown that the common dolphins, usually found in the open sea, lived permanently in the bay. “Common dolphins normally live in offshore waters, so it is something to treasure having them take up residence in the shallow and comparatively enclosed waters between

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Mt Martha and Mt Eliza,” Ms Mason said. She said the bay also has a larger, maybe 120 strong, community of bottlenose dolphins, although there was evidence that some of these larger animals went into the open sea and around to Western Port. Ms Mason and her team have been monitoring the common dolphin community since 2007 using the unique nicks and notches on their dorsal fins to identify and track the 30 or so individuals. “It is remarkable that our bay now has resident communities of both bottlenose and common dolphins at a time when many locations around the world are losing their resident

dolphins,” Ms Mason said. The common dolphins which Ms Mason and her team watch from both land and sea are most visible close to shore in spring and autumn. They believe deeper waters found along the Selwyn Fault near the shore also attract the fish on which the dolphins feed. “We lose contact with the commons over summer. They may move out towards the centre of the bay following their food, but we’re also not out in the boat so much,” Ms Mason said. For more information about the dolphins in Port Phillip or to join the Adopt-A-Dolphin program go to www.dolphinresearch.org.au


Swimmer all at sea on way to concert Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A DISORIENTATED swimmer struggling in the water about one and a half kilometres off Frankston beach put up a fight when police arrived to rescue him, Friday 11 November. The 32-year-old Frankston freestyler had other ideas: he was intent on making it to “a concert” in St Kilda – 40km away – and did not take kindly to efforts by Senior Constables Julie Edge and Paul Follett, of Frankston police, to haul him aboard. Earlier, onlookers at Frankston pier raised the alarm when they saw the fully clothed man climb down into the water and swim off into the distance. “Pretty soon he was out of sight and it came across our radio as a possible drowning,” said Senior Constable Edge, who is also a recently elected Mornington Peninsula Shire councillor in Watson ward. With emergency services craft 90 minutes away at Williamstown, too far off to be of any help, the senior constables accepted the generous offer of two local fishermen to ferry them out to the recalcitrant swimmer. A jet skier keen to assist rode ahead to look out for the man and kept in contact with the police using his mobile phone. Senior Constable Edge said she told the jet skier to “keep his distance” when he reported back that the swimmer was refusing offers of assistance. “I didn’t want him getting pulled in too,” she said. When police arrived on scene the man was about two kilometres out and not going well; he also rejected their offer of help. She described him as “argumentative”. “He refused to come aboard; he didn’t want a bar

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Costly councillors: Mornington Peninsula Shire disclosed expenses after months of being asked to provide the figures before council election.

Shire hands over expenses after four-month delay Continued from Page 1 Cr David Gill, previously a councillor at the Shire of Mornington before a Kennett government era amalgamation of councils in 1994, wanted to debate a new expenses policy at Monday evening’s meeting but there was no support from fellow councillors for this suggestion. He told The News he wanted to highlight the importance of urgently formulating a new expenses policy. “Expenses have been a controversial issue,” Cr Gill said. “I’ve been attending council meetings and I’ve been surprised they appear to be equivalent to unlimited expense claims … when you can claim expenses that go over the so-called limit that becomes, in my mind, basically unlimited. “I was signalling I wouldn’t want to be going along with the way expenses have been claimed in the past.”

Cr Gill said he understands some people standing for council need financial assistance to carry out their duties but he believed the previous council expenses regime was “poorly handled”. “We need to review it,” he said. Cr Fraser did not return calls from The News.

Walkers’ win MORNINGTON Peninsula primary schools have put their feet first and taken out first and second prize in VicHealth’s 2016 Walk to School competition. Wallaroo Primary School, Hastings, took the lead, followed closely by Mt Eliza North Primary School. This year, 25 primary schools on the peninsula took part in the competition which encourages pupils to walk, ride, scoot or skate to and from school as often as possible throughout October.

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Sailor honoured by his peers BOB Cooper could talk about the joys of sailing all day. The Rye resident, who joined the local sailing club 40 years ago, has made sailing and teaching the sport his lifelong passion. And the effort has been worthwhile. Mr Rogers was recently named Sailing Instructor of the Year by yachting’s highest body, Australian Sailing, and presented with his trophy at a gala affair at the Sydney Cricket Ground. He also received a perpetual trophy. As the sailing school principal at Rye Yacht Club, Mr Cooper coordinates the training of all levels in the juniors to adults sailing program. He coaches yachties aged seven and up in a range

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Third time mayor Colomb to Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire’s new mayor is Bev Colomb. A majority of the shire’s 11 councillors backed Cr Colomb’s nomination for mayor at a public council meeting last Monday evening (14 November) after they were formally sworn in as councillors. It is the third time in Cr Colomb’s 11 years as a councillor that she has been mayor. The Mornington resident, who represents Briars ward, was mayor in 2007-08 and 2014-15. Cr Colomb, a part-time teacher, will be mayor for a 12-month stint and is the first mayor of a new four-year council term after council elections on 22 October. Eight new councillors, including six first-timers, means the new mayor’s experience at council may be crucial to ensuring councillors quickly understand their roles as elected representatives. “I want to use every moment I’ve got to help my councillor colleagues get information and get up to speed with whatever they need to know,” Cr Colomb told The News. Prioritising decisions and consulting with the community are high on any new council’s agenda, according to Cr Colomb. “I’m very excited to lead this group of councillors because they’re bringing some terrific skills and I’m sensing they’re here with a lot of goodwill.

“I think we’re going to hit the ground running.” Cr Colomb said planning council’s budget each year after hearing community feedback and looking at how property developments and major projects can have an impact on the community, economy and environment was always high on council’s agenda. Crs Antonella Celi and Hugh Fraser also put their hands up to be mayor at Monday’s meeting. Councillors traditionally meet behind closed doors to discuss who should be mayor so a unanimous show of unity for a sole nominee can be made at the public statutory meeting to elect a new civic leader. The News understands there was no animosity between councillors when debating who should be mayor in the lead up to the public vote despite three councillors throwing their names into the ring to be mayor. While councillors were calm, the vote at the public meeting to back Cr Colomb as mayor was conducted in a haphazard manner. Votes for the three nominees were cast in alphabetical surname order. Cr Celi received one vote, her own, for mayor before Cr Colomb was elected with a brief show of hands by several councillors. Cr Frank Martin, chairing the meeting before the election of a new mayor, declared “an absolute majority” for Cr Colomb as mayor on the second vote. No vote was subsequently held for Cr Fraser’s nomination.

Cr Celi put her hand up to vote for Cr Colomb despite having voted for herself to be mayor moments before the second vote. Councillors also unanimously rubber-stamped their remuneration for the upcoming 12 months at the public meeting. Councillors will receive $28,907 each, plus 9.5 per cent superannuation. The mayor will be paid $92,333 pro rata plus super. Cr Bryan Payne was unanimously elected deputy mayor by councillors. The Portsea resident is an accountant and former CEO of Corio, Springvale, Whitehorse and Derwent Valley councils. While there is no extra remuneration for being deputy mayor, the incumbent can be called on to chair public council meetings and speak at events in the mayor’s absence. Mornington Peninsula Shire’s councillors for 2016-20 are Bev Colomb, Rosie Clark and Sam Hearn (Briars ward); Kate Roper (Cerberus ward); Hugh Fraser and Bryan Payne (Nepean ward); David Gill (Red Hill ward); Antonella Celli, Simon Brooks and Frank Martin (Seawinds ward); and Julie Edge (Watson ward). Cr Martin and Cr Gill have previously served as councillors. Crs Celi, Colomb and Fraser were re-elected after being councillors during the 2012-16 council term.

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Cost crushes cliff walk for The Pillars divers Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au RESIDENTS’ plans for a walkway along the cliff-face linking the increasingly popular The Pillars diving rocks with South Beach, Mt Martha, may be scuttled because of impracticalities and high costs. The group said in a letter to newlyelected Briars ward councillors Bev Colomb, Rosie Clark and Sam Hearn that a “timber boardwalk, like that at the Balcombe Estuary, would protect vegetation and Aboriginal middens, prevent any further soil erosion along the cliff, and keep people off the Esplanade and out of local streets”. “Already a pathway runs halfway from South Beach to the Pillars. It would be fenced, like the Cape Schanck Lighthouse walk, which traverses a far more dangerous and extreme cliff face and landscape,” the letter stated. But new mayor Cr Bev Colomb said a fenced walkway, while “wonderful” in concept, may be too costly. “I’m not ruling it out, but residents would have to understand that there may be limitations to council raising that kind of money – especially if it is cantilevered out along the cliff face,” she said. “It is the Department of Environment, Land Water and Planning’s land. “I would love a pathway but how would we do it? And maintaining it to

certain standards would be a big financial imposition. “It could be a solution but we would still have to solve parking problems. Where would we put the cars? “Suddenly we would have people at South Beach complaining about parking.” Traffic congestion and the sheer number of mainly young people around the popular hangout is a recurring nightmare for residents in streets such as Deakin Drive and Margeurita Av, who claim up to 800 visitors a day over the past three years have jammed streets, dropped litter and damaged vegetation on weekends. Ensuring safe access to The Pillars is the residents’ key issue, as social media hype advertising the pristine water, jagged cliffs and challenging jumps continues to lure adventurous crowds from all over Melbourne. With the thrillseekers have come genuine fears of serious injury to those jumping from high up, or to the hordes of pedestrians meandering along the narrow, winding The Esplanade. Air Ambulance, Victoria Police, Mt Martha Life Saving Club and VicRoads “have all been struggling to manage the dangerous situation, not only from casualties from jumping or climbing on the cliff edge, but also from the lack of any safe crossing points along The Esplanade [for those] looking for entry points to The Pillars”, the residents’ letter said.

“There are no signs or crossings at all. There are no bins, no toilet facilities, no safety fencing and no adequate parking spaces.” The letter said Deakin Drive residents were “furious” that current No Parking areas would now be [made] available for “additional visitor parking”, by the council. “The council has done nothing to provide for visitor safety while crossing The Esplanade. There is no safe crossing point.” The residents say the fact the council has not identified any safe crossing places makes a mockery of it allowing extra parking in Deakin Drive. “It is ludicrous and, surely, council will be liable in the event of a fatality in this area.” The shire stated last month that increasing visitor numbers had worsened erosion and damaging access points and vegetation. The state government has put in $30,000 and the shire $20,000 for risk mitigation works and to develop a management plan under the Coastal Environments Public Access and Risk Program. The shire’s property and strategy manager Yasmin Woods said new works along The Esplanade include extra no-alcohol signs, restricting car parking, adding geo-fabric matting and mulching to limit erosion, and erecting more signs to warn of the risks of cliff jumping.

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Cricket charity helps kids wield willow worldwide Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A BLAIRGOWRIE cricket player has given a lot back to the game he loves. But now Luke Serong is preparing to bid farewell to his charity Cricket4Kids, which has donated tonnes of second-hand cricket equipment to needy children all over the world. After living in London as a flight manager with Qantas, Mr Serong, 38, flew home via Sri Lanka almost a decade ago with wife Bree. Visiting a school which had been devastated by a tsunami, they noticed hordes of children playing cricket in hand-me-down gear of poor quality. “We cooked up the idea for the charity there,” he said, and set about getting things moving. A call to his playing mates at Old Wimbledonians resulted in the arrival of 50-60kg of second-hand gear – much to the delight of the locals. Now, almost a decade on, the charity has donated 9.5 tonnes of old gear to children in 18 countries, including the Cook Islands, East Timor, India, Indonesia, Fiji, Kenya, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Rwanda, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tonga and Vanuatu. Gear also goes to Indigenous children in regional and Outback areas. “We received no funding for the first six and a half years, but then the International Cricket Council got behind us and offered $5000 for five years and that got us going,” he said. Unfortunately, it was harder to win support from Cricket Australia, but hopefully, more support is in the offing. Recipients of the gear in far-flung countries are encouraged to “take ownership” of the donations. Cricket4Kids arranges to collect it but the actual shipping out is handled by agents of the countries involved. “We spend our time collecting the gear and they arrange to ship it,” Mr Serong said.

A teacher and unabashed cricket lover, Mr Serong grew up in Dromana and played cricket for Rosebud, and then Brunswick. A highlight of his “career” was attending the T20 World Cup in Bangladesh in 2012 and donating 900kg of cricket gear to teams from Nepal and Bangladesh. There he met an Indian man who has since begun a version of the charity in the SubContinent, ensuring the concept lives on. Showing the valuable impact the donated gear can have on a community is a good way of attracting support, he said. “In one case, a woman donated the cricket gear of a brother who had died at work and, in another, the family of a boy who died in the Black Saturday bushfires donated his gear. “We showed photos to those families of the joy it brought to the children in Vanuatu who got to use their equipment and that brought home to them the true value of their donations.” A documentary Mr Serong made in The Solomons showed how the donated gear, when used by former civil-war enemies, came to represent common ground. Two of the old antagonists got together for a game of cricket, which gradually became part of the healing process. Other donated gear is being used in Imparja Cup matches between Indigenous communities around Alice Springs. Mr Serong is hoping a national cricket drive, with support from Cricket Australia, will generate added interest in the charity. He is already receiving publicity and ground space in the outfield at the MCG Boxing Day tests and on Channel 9’s Cricket Show. A highlight was receiving quality gear of all sorts from former Test player David Hussey. Its auction raised “a couple of thousand” dollars. With stumps on the charity to be drawn in autumn next year, Mr Serong can look back of a match well played. Line and length: Donations from Luke Serong’s cricket charity have given the game new life in impoverished countries. Picture: Yanni

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

It was time to act against off-leash beach dogs It was great to see Diane Lewis, from the Friends of the Hooded Plover group (“Dog ban follows years of non-compliance” Letters 15/11/16) and George Russell (“Saving wildlife” Letters 15/11/16), an obvious responsible dog owner, writing in defence of the state governments’ decision to revert back to the no dogs in national parks policy. It appears that irresponsible dog owners complain the loudest regarding regulations curtailing the activities of their pooch. However, signs apparently don’t apply to the many irresponsible dog owners out there so, if their precious pup should pick up a bait during a fox eradication program, well that’s going be just bad luck. How many times do we see these irresponsible dog owners allowing their dogs to run leash free on the foreshore at Rosebud where there are numerous signs telling them that dogs must be on a lead. We’ve seen these dogs running wild, harassing and frightening kids and the elderly, and we get told the dog’s not savage as it’s taking a snack from your ankle. We’ve seen these people adoringly looking on while their dog defecates on someone’s property or on the Bay Trail. They don’t bother to pick the poo up because, hey, some poor unsuspecting jogger or walker will move it for them when it gets stuck to their shoe. Just for once, I would like to see the shire officers get off their respective backsides and patrol the beaches and fine these recalcitrant dog owners. I have yet to see a shire ranger on duty. It’s not just about collecting camping fees. John Cain, McCrae

Cull possums If the kangaroos, our native emblem can be culled, why do possums in plague proportions on the Mornington Peninsula not be subject to the same fate? We are aware that some people make a living from shifting them around, but that hardly constitutes a reduction of the pest activities that people as far north as Frankston have to live with. When you can’t step out your front door or back door without slip sliding around and you can’t enjoy the benefit of growing your fruit and vegies, something has to give, the possums, or at least sensibly culled. Ron O’Toole, Mt Eliza

Animals need help The News is very fair in publishing letters from PETA and many other opinions and comments. In response to Michael Scibilia (“Not pet friendly” Letters 8/11/16) a lot of people are unaware and some, ignorant, about what animals go through for the amusement or profit of humans. They too are living beings, but cannot talk. They depend on us to be their voice and stand up for them. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is a highly respected and knowledge-

Threatened Species Commissioner Gregory Andrews with a dog found wandering on one of the beaches within the Mornington Peninsula National Park. Diane Lewis, of the Friends of the Hooded Plover group, said “no owner was in sight and the dog was seen running up and down the beach. The owner was phoned and asked to come to beach to collect her dog”.

able organisation that does just that, and much more. As for being short on hyperbole, Michael’s incorrect and critical comments about [PETA’s US president] Ingrid Newkirk, fit that description nicely. I sincerely hope The News continues to publish the informative articles from PETA, as we need to be informed and sympathetic to the voiceless creatures living in our world with us. Bethany Travers, Rosebud

End cruelty to animals After reading last week’s letter “Not Pet Friendly”, I believe these views cannot go unchallenged. I am a PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) supporter and I own two dogs. In America PETA works summer and winter to provide good quality kennels and straw to dogs living outside in extreme conditions and it also replaces heavy chains with light weight strong cords. Nothing could be further from the truth that PETA wants to end all interaction between humans and animals. I will support PETA as long as intelligent dolphins and orcas are imprisoned in tanks performing tricks as entertainment. Also, as long as majestic wild animals are cruelly trained to perform meaningless tricks in circuses. Locally you only need to look at greyhound racing. There are too many instances of animal cruelty to mention here. You don’t have to look far to find examples if you remove the rose coloured glasses. The world would be a better place if we humans ended all appalling cruelty and exploitation of animals. PETA and similar organisations are the voice of voiceless animals worldwide. Jock Blair, Dromana

Community service I would like to acknowledge the 19 years’ service by David Gibb. I was fortunate to be a ward councillor from 2000-03 alongside David Gibb and seven other councillors. The challenges facing the new Mornington Peninsula Shire were complex. Development pressure was and still is the main issue. Continual pressure from state government to rezone rural land to residential to cope with a growing Melbourne posed a real threat to the peninsula. David Gibb was a leader in the push to protect the 70 per cent rural/30 per cent residential zoning of the shire and, along with senior planners and the then CEO, made numerous representations to successive planning ministers to maintain and protect that zoning. This eventuated in the formation of stricter planning controls to protect the very things we love about our peninsula. David’s understanding of the planning scheme

and other statutory processes greatly contributed to debate and decision making by council. Nineteen years as a councillor can be very taxing on a person and their family. When I didn’t see his name at the close of nominations [for this year’s municipal elections] I was glad. For someone that has given so much and fulfilled the role as councillor and mayor so well I thought he and his family had given enough. While David and I would have had our differences, having seen the hard work he has put in over the years in council and behind the scenes helping the community, it would be an injustice for him to be remembered for the divisive swimming pool issue. As a former councillor and, more importantly as a resident, I extend a heartfelt thank you to David Gibb for his dedication to the role as councillor and wish him and his family good health and happiness. Neale Adams, Mt Eliza

Shire’s flying start It was a great atmosphere at the 14 October Mornington Peninsula Council Shire meeting which saw the investiture of the newly elected councillors. Effective local government knows its community well. It plays an important role in issues such as planning, building and upgrading of local amenities. Our councillors are there to guarantee a voice for their local communities in decision making and to ensure transparency and accountability on issues such as the surge in subdivisions, zoning changes, multi-storey developments and the over development of the green wedge. Rates, roads and rubbish are a matter of course. I am pleased to say that Crs Hugh Fraser, Bryan Payne and David Gill requested that the policy for councillor and mayoral allowances and reimbursement of expenses be urgently reviewed. Things are off to a flying start. Congratulations to all our new councillors and the mayor Bev Colomb and a big thank you and best wishes to our retiring mayor and councillors Doris Campbell, president Mornington Peninsula Ratepayers and Residents

Decentralisation Traffic congestion is a major problem for all Melburnians. Freeways often becomes parking

lots. There is a solution, but politicians seem blind and deaf to the obvious. The problem is not cars but people. Too many people being crammed into Melbourne and too many government plans to increase residential density in inner Melbourne. Our infrastructure - utilities, public transport and roads - are groaning under the weight of it all. The solution is to stop this happening. We need to get people by policy, financial incentives and employment opportunities to move to regional centres. If companies were encouraged to relocate to Victoria’s regions to provide work opportunities, the pressure on our urban infrastructures would be eased. My letters to planning ministers have not even earned a response. How crazy this is, for the benefits socially, health wise and economically would be immense. Decentralisation is the key, but government has thrown the key away. Dallas Clarnette, Rosebud

Slower makes sense “Reducing the speed limit to 80kph on a 3.5km stretch of Tyabb Rd would cause an extra 21 seconds of travel time” caused me to think deeply: what if the maximum speed limit everywhere was reduced to 80kph? So what if you lose a few minutes on a short trip, a few hours driving to Mildura? (“Lower speeds to aid safety, ease confusion” The News 15/11/16) Anybody who understands physics would know that the impact forces at 80kph are a very great amount less than at 100. If a car hits a tree at the lower speed, the driver has a much lesser chance of serious brain injury or death. If a car has to brake hard or swerve it will stop in a much shorter distance and be less likely to roll over. Human reaction time is a lot less critical. Then there are the reduced carbon emissions. There would be no need for large engines. Less fuel would be burnt. My best ever vehicle was a VW Kombi, with a 1.5 litre engine and a top speed of 95kph. Most large cars have engines of three litres or more. Towing capacity can be engineered using a smaller engine. For all of those people with wide open spaces - between the ears - you can still have a large car, just a small engine. So what if

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Greens the answer Michael Free’s attack on the Greens and in particular Richard Denatale, seems to be entirely based on his dislike of a truly progressive and inclusive party philosophy that he cannot comprehend (“Greens, go to the pub” Letters 15/11/16). A lot of the ills in Australian society that he laments are the consequence of years of deregulation and privatisation of our social capital. It is the old parties, Labor and LNP, that got us to the point where all he can dream of is to buy a nice imported car, because his side of politics has destroyed our car makers and the jobs in many of our home-grown industries. Jobs the kids he speaks of could have once aspired to. Only the Greens have any form of progressive and sustainable solutions to the sad state of Australia’s slow decline of social cohesion. Rupert Steiner, Balnarring Beach

‘White Australia’ Refugees on Nauru, Manus islands and in other detention centres face the ignominy of being classed as non-citizens if the bill proposed by Immigration Minister Peter Dutton has his way. What a terrible situation to be in: stateless, persecuted at home and where you sought asylum. To be held as hostages to warn off anyone who dared to do the same. These people have been processed as refugees. Children have been born here but, due to

a policy supported by both the major parties, they are at the whim of a minister whose lack of insight is evident in his brutal words which sums up a country devoid of compassion. To have the prime minister reinforcing that policy borders on the hypocritical given his previous attitude before taking office. Is this the White Australia Policy in a new guise? Isolation and secrecy keep the real truth away. Pandering to racist elements in our society brings out the worst and the best in Aussies, as Grandmothers Against the Detention of Children showed at a recent rally in Melbourne. It is time politicians listened to what the people are saying. For heaven’s sake, what are a few thousand in a world of so many refugees and why are we so gutless in coping with them? Are we so precious that we have to bribe poorer countries to avoid our responsibility. They are not a burden on Australia’s economy. We have been compassionate country before- why are we behaving so arrogantly now? Patricia Rayner, Somers

Plea for pies Rye residents are gifted with restaurants, ice cream shops, pizza shops, bottle shops and fish and chips shops. On a very serious matter, in accord with the proposed revitalisation of our “seaside resort town” (Wikipedia) I suggest there is a glaring vacancy for a pie shop. Blairgowrie, Rosebud, even upmarket Sorrento are blessed with pie shops, but not Rye. My choice is limited to eating the pie on the spot, or travelling home to Rye and warming it up in the oven. It’s not the same. Why is it so? Cliff Ellen, Rye

RSPCA pursues possum cruelty ‘investigation’ THE RSPCA is still investigating a case of animal cruelty involving a possum caught in a steel-jawed trap at Rye. As reported by The News on 26 September the animal welfare organisation had launched an investigation into the use of the illegal trap to snare a possum at a holiday house in Rye. The animal was rescued by a wildlife volunteer but had to be euthanised after its paw was crushed in the trap. It is unknown how many days or hours the distressed animal was forced to hang by its crushed paw at the vacant holiday house before a nearby resident saw it and reported it to a peninsula wildlife shelter. Under the prevention of cruelty to animals’ regulations, it is an offence to set steel-jawed traps, regardless if they have caused injury to an animal or not. It is also illegal to buy steel-jawed traps unless the buyer can prove to be a museum or antiques collector. Offenders face up to 24 months’ jail and fines of up to $75,000. Liz Bell

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Forest hideaway > Page 3 168 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

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MOUNT ELIZA

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Hidden delight of Red Hill Address: Auction: Agency: Agent:

8-12 Elizabeth Road, RED HILL Saturday 10th December at 1:00pm Bowman & Company, 168 Main Street, Mornington, 5975 6888 Jake Egan, 0491 129 137

DISCREETLY tucked away in a magnificently private natural bush setting where towering gums stand as sentinels against the outside world, this sprawling singlelevel residence combines the natural beauty of the area with a stylish contemporary interior for the perfect country escape. The home is flanked by two large timber verandahs which greatly accentuate the living space and provide an effortless transition from indoor to outdoor entertaining. Handsome blackwood timber floors feature throughout the open plan zone, which has a wood combustion heater

and air-conditioning, with sliding glass doors opening out to both decks. A crisp white kitchen has a pleasant leafy outlook to a fern garden and is well-appointed with an electric hotplate to an island bench, there is a dishwasher, and a host of cupboards and drawers provide excellent storage options. The main bedroom has a gorgeous garden view and private access out to the verandah and is ably served by a walk-in robe and dual-entry access to the main bathroom. Two more bedrooms have built-in robes and a separate study can be a fourth bedroom if required. The

beautiful lush block measures 2787 square metres with a gravel driveway leading down to a large double carport. Adding a sense of adventure there is a walk-through gully to a conversation fire pit for quiet reflections among the trees, and a separate studio exudes country charm and character and would comfortably serve as extra sleeping quarters for guests This four-bedroom country escape has every lifestyle convenience at your doorstep with a reassuring sense of privacy and seclusion added to the mix.

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Original weatherboard home on an 853m2 (approx.) block, close to the beach, shops and schools. The home comprises three bedrooms, main bathroom with toilet and a separate powder room, easy care flooring in the main areas, large kitchen, ducted gas heating & reverse cycle air-conditioning. A private and separate bungalow is located in the rear of the property. The location is perfect for development with many multi-unit sites close by. If you are looking for a family home on a generous block, or a great property to develop (STCA).

For Sale $860,000 - $920,000 Inspect Thursday 5.30-6.00pm, Friday3- 3.30pm & Saturday 1-1.30pm. Contact John King 0419 202 471

For Sale $720,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact John King 0419 202 471

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Imagine endless summer days relaxing on the entertaining deck and admiring the view and mesmerizing sunsets available from this immaculate home, spread over 2 levels with kitchen facilities and a living areas on both. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one with ensuite, and the main bathroom, whilst downstairs includes a laundry and a generous dining area. Among an impressive list of quality inclusions are a 2 split systems, secure rear parking with a remote garage &LED down lights.

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Stunning 2 level home with lounge and kitchen/meals area extending to a protected deck with bay views. Quality European appliances & beautiful timber floors feature throughout the upstairs level whilst downstairs are 3 bedrooms, including master with WIR & ensuite.

This home is perfect for warm summer nights sitting on the deck sipping a glass of wine. Comprising a large open dining & lounge area, adjoining kitchen with modern appliances, 3 large bedrooms, main with ensuite, s/system heating/cooling & double garage.

For Sale $400,000 - $440,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact Cameron Clark 0407 989 704

For Sale $850,000 - $935,000 Inspect Saturday 1-1.30pm Contact Carmen Ruiz 0411 121 070

For Sale $480,000 - $520,000 Inspect Saturday 1-1.30pm Contact Chris Garrett 0419 397 835

15/250-256 Jetty Road Rosebud

1/21 Wattle Place McCrae

88 Fourth Avenue Rosebud

One of the best full renovations you are likely to see, this home has a modern, fresh look with 3 bedrooms, kitchen with butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry, open plan living and dining, outside entertainment area, and a garage has been added to the home, with extra parking now for a second vehicle. Close to the beach, shops and school.

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We are pleased to be able to offer to you this entry level unit with a high gate and hedge fencing, there is a private courtyard to the front door access. A tiled entry opens to a spacious living room which has gas heating and split-system air conditioning.

2 1 1 It is very rare for a property so close to the turquoise waters of the McCrae beach comes on the market. This newly renovated two bedroom unit, with polished floors through out features a new kitchen, bathroom, front court yard with under cover vehicle parking.

This limestone brick home situated only 550m to the foreshore and beach is neat and tidy with two spacious bedrooms, slate flooring in the lounge and dining areas, galley kitchen, ducted heating and air conditioning. A double carport completes this perfect beach home.

For Sale From $480,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact Darrin Marr 0409 066 933

For Sale $360,000 Inspect Saturday 12-12.30pm Contact John King 0419 202 471

For Sale $394,500 Inspect Saturday 1-1.30pm Contact John King 0419 202 471

For Sale $455,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact John King 0419 202 471

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Perfect as a lock and leave investment, this two bedroom holiday unit has a lovely bathroom and covered entertaining deck. Available fully furnished, all this home requires is you. Located in the Dromana Holiday Village with amenities including pools, BBQ facilities, tennis court and a secure gated environment.

This delightful cabin is an affordable first home, holiday unit, investment property or relaxing retirement unit. Comprising 2 bedrooms and one bathroom, open plan living and dining area adjoining a well-equipped kitchen. Situated in an excellent location within the private & secure Dromana Lifestyle and Tourist Park.

Ever thought of owning a holiday house on the Mornington Peninsula? This fully furnished three bedroom, two bathroom - holiday unit is set amongst other units within the secure Dromana Holiday Village and just up the road from the beach.

For Sale $200,000 - $240,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact John King 0419 202 471

For Sale $180,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact Simon Offor 0447 698 341

For Sale Offers Over $145,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact Cameron Clark 0407 989 704

For Sale $200,000 Inspect By Appointment Contact John King 0419 202 471

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BLAIRGOWRIE- Elevated tree-top views

SORRENTO- Sorrento Charmer..Seaside Bliss

SORRENTO - Big Bay Views And A Stroll To The Beach

Perched in an elevated position on a 970m2 block showcasing views to Arthurs Seat, this charming home is set up for comfort, entertaining and relaxation. Exuding warmth and character, thehome is complete with four bedrooms, two modern bathrooms, two separate living areas, well equipped central kitchen, split living front timber deck with views, rear alfresco entertaining terrace, double carport under house, plus boat shed and storage shed, on nearly quarter of an acre with a fully fenced rear yard.

This circa 1920s cottage, walking distance to Ocean Beach and Sorrento Village, is character-filled and offers a super-cute beachside holiday home for a city investor or sea-change for a downsizer! With three generous bedrooms, two bathrooms, combined living and dining, study nook, fully equipped kitchen, charming front porch, and rear north-east facing timber deck on a fully fenced 748m2 block; it is the perfect size for a couple or small family to enjoy permanently or on vacation.

What better time to invest in a charming holiday home or finally embrace that lifestyle change youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been dreaming of. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s time to take action and secure a property in a prime Sorrento location, an easy stroll to both the bay and beach from here. Over two levels the home is complete with three double sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, modern kitchen with water views, two separate living areas, two decks for alfresco entertaining and a double carport on an elevated 701m2 block.

For Sale Auction Inspect

Contact Josh Callaghan 0418 595 719 18 Caxton Street Sat 10th December at 11:30am Office 2815 Pt Nepean Rd, Blairgowrie Phone 5984 2600 Sat & Sun 11-11.30am

For Sale Auction Inspect

Contact Josh Callaghan 0418 595 719 194 Ocean Beach Road Sat 10th December at 1:30pm Office 2815 Pt Nepean Rd, Blairgowrie Phone 5984 2600 Sat & Sun 1-1:30pm

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For Sale Auction Inspect

Contact Josh Callaghan 0418 595 719 24 Tarakan Street Sat 10th December at 3:30pm Office 2815 Pt Nepean Rd, Blairgowrie Phone 5984 2600 Sat & Sun 3-3.30pm


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REMOVE YOUR RI$K No Sale No Charge means No Risk to you* Paul Basso has led the way in real estate on the Southern Peninsula since 1990, and works cleverly to ensure you receive the most cost effective marketing campaigns possible. He's so conďŹ dent of achieving a result you're going to be happy with, he will remove your risk so that if by chance your property doesn't sell, you pay nothing. Hurry as this offer is for a limited time only. *Conditions apply

Call us today on 5981 1200 to secure this New Year special offer!

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AUCTION

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ROSEBUD 1/78 Wingara Drive Modern Beach And Parkland Living Located in a quiet residential pocket of Capel Sound, surrounded by Curlew Drive Reserve and only moments to the shops and sparkling bay beach at the Rosebud Foreshore is this near new and low maintenance townhouse with a myriad of upgrades. * King sized master with WIR & ensuite, guest bedrooms with BIR * Sliding door in second bedroom perfect for home office * Open plan living/dining flooded with an abundance of natural light * Stainless steel appliances, island bench, sparkling central bathroom * Covered entertaining deck and compact back garden Being compact and low maintenance, with air-con and ducted gas heating, gas hot water, ducted vacuum, LED lighting, solar panels and double garage, this appeals to downsizers wanting single level and spacious living, first home buyers, holiday home hunters and the astute investor alike.

AUCTION

Saturday 26th November at 12:30pm

INSPECT CONTACT

As Advertised Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 or Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566

Rosebud 1/28 McCombe Street

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AUCTION

Saturday 26th November at 12:30pm As Advertised

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SAFETY BEACH 3/146 Dromana Parade Free Standing Modern Villa, 1 Street Back From The Beach! Located less than an hour from the Melbourne CBD and half and from the Eastern Suburbs comes this modern free standing self titled 5 year old villa. Only a short walk to the Safety Beach foreshore & Marina this outstandingly built residence offers 3 robed bedrooms, main with full ensuite, full second bathroom, open plan living, fully equipped kitchen, 3 third downstairs bathroom and study nook. The property features polished hardwood floors, high ceilings, cellar and is serviced by double lock up garage with internal access, gas log fire, ducted heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning and water tank with pump. Outdoors provides a north facing deck with split level paved patio the provides light filled seamless integration between indoor and outdoor living. With no body corporate and the opportunity to be in for summer to enjoy all the spoils that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer, to its World Class golf courses, amazing wineries & Hot Springs to name a few.

AUCTION INSPECT CONTACT

Saturday 26th November at 3.30pm As Advertised Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 or Luke Middleton 0400 900 258

Rosebud 1/28 McCombe Street

5986 8880

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ROSEBUD 14/86 Potton Avenue Truly Rare Offering

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This impeccably presented open plan front unit offers great security in a lovely garden setting within a friendly community. Featuring separate lounge and dining, new carpets, gas heating, robed bedrooms, 2 way bathroom and remote lock up garage with internal access.

For SALE INSPECT CONTACT

ROSEBUD 1-4/99 Eastbourne Road Luxury Bayside Home In New Boutique Development

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Building to commence imminently on these three individual, single-level homes with internal access from garage, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Each property will have builders warranty, and there are huge savings on stamp duty if you act now. Completion date expected early 2017.

$350,000 Offers Over

For SALE

As Advertised Luke Middleton 0400 900 258 or Trent Archibald 0481 219 848

INSPECT

As Advertised

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Luke Middleton 0400 900 258 or Trent Archibald 0481 219 848

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AUCTION

$570,000 Offers Over

INSPECT CONTACT

As Advertised Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 or Luke Middleton 0400 900 258

ROSEBUD 432 Eastbourne Road Low Maintenance Beachside Living

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Set behind a high secure fence on an approx 600m2 block, this impeccably presented 3BR home offers separate living & dining, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and a fully renovated bathroom There is air conditioning, log fire, double garage, workshop with power and four-car carport.

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Saturday 17th December at 12:30pm As Advertised

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Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 or Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566

ROSEBUD 118 Sixth Avenue Deceased Estate This brick veneer home is a wonderful entry point into the booming peninsula real estate market. On a 400m2 (approx.) block, the home has a large living room and separate kitchen with dining area which has been freshly painted and is equipped with gas wall heating & air-conditioning.

AUCTION

Saturday 10th December at 2:00pm

AUCTION

Saturday 3rd December at 2:00pm

INSPECT

As Advertised

CONTACT

Luke Middleton 0400 900 258 or Craig Leo 0412 502 938

INSPECT CONTACT

As Advertised Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 or Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566

Rosebud 1/28 McCombe Street

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Full of natural light, this cute home on a 397m2 approx. block is close to the beach and shops. Featuring two bedrooms, and a potential 3rd bedroom out in the separate bungalow, there are also hard wood floors and a very retro feel throughout. Gas heating, air-con and a single garage.

timber floors, LED lighting, and alfresco entertaining.

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ROSEBUD WEST 5 Wingara Drive

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This neat property requires some additional work shall we say, located in newly named Capel Sound! Within walking distance to the local primary and secondary schools, two leash free dog parks and Rosebud Plaza and beach just a bit down the road. At 595m2 approx. this is a property just waiting to be developed (STCA), renovate, possibly your holiday home, sub-divide or build your forever home, the choice is yours...... Price: $359,500 Contact: Adam King 0422 337 337

Over looking the waters edge this solid, freshly painted Boatshed is perfect to relax and take in the view headed just across from Mc Donalds, KFC and a short stroll to the Rosebud Plaza. Coming into summer what beer way to relax and have fun. Store everything, and be ready for some fun in the sun.

Price: $90,000 Contact: Adam King 0422 337 337

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

ROSEBUD 3/24 Woodvale Road

ROSEBUD WEST 2/1733 Point Nepean Road

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Take advantage of the huge stamp duty savings available here before it`s too late. This stylish designer townhouse is currently under construction and is sure to impress. Scheduled for completion in November and ideally located in a tranquil leafy street with easy access to the freeway, local beach or McCrae Plaza. Just some of the special features include; a stylish modern facade, clever 3 bedroom floor plan with spacious bright living areas

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Price: Negotiable over $490,000 Inspect: Sat 3.30-4.00pm & Sun 12.30-1.00pm Contact: Chris Wilson 0417 147 307

Price: Negotiable over $850,000 Contact: John Hall 0405 111 000 Marne Puls 0417 339 350

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

ROSEBUD 61 Boneo Road

ROSEBUD 138 Spray Street

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This property shows excellent opportunity as a professional area for future medical or childcare use or redevelop and build a multi-unit site (STCA). The existing home has been a great holiday home for many years and is now past its use by date. However the 755sqm block is in a sought after area, only 1km from Rosebud Plaza and beach.

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Buy one and get two income streams with this property, designed to accommodate two private residences, which has been generating a return in excess of $32,000pa as a rental. You could convert to holiday rentals or your own holiday home with additional accommodation for extra family. The front residence features 2BR’s, open plan living, kitchen and external deck. The second residence offers 1BR, garden area, kitchen and bathroom.

Contact: Robert Steele 0418 154 024

Price: $450,000 Inspect: Saturday 2-2.30pm Contact: Marne Puls 0417 339 350

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

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Stunning near new residence seing a new benchmark for coastal living right opposite the beach. With two family areas there is the option to create an alternative three bedroom layout, or remain with the current two bedroom design. The expansive living area incorporates an opulent kitchen with stone bench tops, beautiful timber floors and a bank of sliding doors which open to reveal a stunning alfresco entertaining area with built in BBQ area. Also including vogue bathrooms, powder room  garage.

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Space crusader

8 You Yangs Avenue DROMANA $850,000 - $935,000 Stockdale & Leggo, 1159-1165 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud, 5987 3233 Carman Ruiz, 0411 121 070

SIT back, relax and enjoy the spectacular views across the peninsula and the bay from this stunning double storey home that allows you to entertain in style as the sun sets and the city lights begin to sparkle. At ground level are the three bedrooms, including the large master suite with sliding doors opening to an alresco deck, a walk-in robe and an ensuite. Remaining bedrooms share the superb main bathroom, and there is a separte laundry. This is a home designed for a family who need that extra space and the upper level with a comfortable lounge and dining area certainly delivers on this. Both zones open out to a protected viewing deck with a northerly aspect, where the expansive outlook across the bay can be enjoyed. A stylish kitchen has high ceilings and beautiful timber floors. The immaculate 1800 square metre block is well-fenced, and from the street, a neat driveway leads up to a double garage.

Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

3 Hutson Way MOUNT MARTHA Negotiable over $680,000 Harcourts, Suite 2/1a Main Street, Mornington, 5970 8000 Darren Hood, 0419 666 126

SET in a quiet court, this light and bright home will appeal to the family craving more space. A fantastic formal lounge to the front of the home breezily sweeps through into a vast open-plan family zone with ducted heating and air-conditioning. A neat kitchen has plenty of cupboards and from the adjoining meals area you step out to rear patio and the flat, well-maintained backyard which offers plenty of room for children and pets. Three large bedrooms include the master bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite, there are built-in robes to two more bedrooms, and a separate study could be a fourth bedroom if required. The rendered facade presents nicely from the street with other external features including a double garage with through-access to the backyard. Close to schools, shops and pristine beaches, this lovely family home is well-presented and has a warm and welcoming feel that greets you from the first moments. Set on a 537 square metre block, first home buyers, downsizers and investors are sure to see the value here.

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FIRST TO SEE.. The first genuine buyer to see this charming beachside property is sure to buy it. Listings are in short supply and one as charming as this will not last a second. This beachside home is an absolute delight with original timber floors, period features, wall lights, light filled living areas, two generous bedrooms, plus additional office/third bedroom, delightful kitchen, dining area opening out to a private under cover area overlooking the garden. Car accommodation for two vehicles and positioned in a central beachside location walking distance to shops, foreshore and cafes. Don’t blink or you will miss it?

AUCTION: Saturday 3rd December at 3:30pm Open: Thursday 1.45-2.15pm and Saturday 1.15-1.45pm. Contact: Marne Puls 0417 339 350 John Hall 0405 111 000

Raine  Horne Rosebud 1011-1013 Point Nepean Road

1011-1013 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud

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Game, set and match Address: 57 Wimbledon Avenue, MOUNT ELIZA For Sale: $2,250,000 plus Agency: Community Real Estate, 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive, Mount Eliza, 9708 8667 Agent: Deb Ketting-Olivier, 0403 554 955 WITH an intoxicating fusion of Hampton’s style and the best in coastal architecture, this show-stopping home with glistening in-ground swimming pool redefines the wow factor. Boasting a lifestyle package that will make every day feel like an opulent vacation, the fun starts with the central living area, which has walls of sash windows that fill the space with natural light, and a superb kitchen showcases Carrara marble counters, Miele appliances and a butlers pantry. Through the lovely french doors, and paradise awaits beside the solarheated swimming pool with a relaxing undercover alfresco patio and deluxe poolhouse for the ultimate in outdoor entertaining. An enchanting master bedroom, also with a view of the pool and entertainment area, features a lavish dressing room, and a magnificent ensuite has a freestanding stone bath. Upstairs are two more bedrooms inter-connected with an enormous second living room that embraces the coastal aesthetics with a soaring pitched ceiling and a porthole window. There is an upstiars bathroom, and a separate study could be a fourth bedroom if required. Securely set on an 837 square metre block, the property offers a large off-street parking area in addition to the four-car garage.

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

Mornington Auction this Saturday

Auction

A4 B2 C2

18 King Georges Avenue, Mornington With the sea breeze in the air and the beachfront merely metres away, this distinctively designer brand new single-level three-bedroom, two-bathroom plus a study residence has been custom designed for a low-maintenance beachside lifestyle that whilst utterly luxurious is instantly relaxing in this coveted Fishermans Beach location within close proximity of Main Street’s cosmopolitan cafes, cinema, Esplanade walking trails and schools. Three living zones linking to an expansive decked entertaining courtyard complement a sublime stone and Miele kitchen with butler’s pantry, oak lined cellar, luxe main bedroom suite with courtyard, oak flooring, sleek black tapware and double remote garage.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 26th November 2.00pm Saturday 1.30 - 2.00pm Alex Campbell 0432 344 394 Jake Egan 0491 129 137

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

Mornington

Auction

A3 B1 C2

48 Herbert Street, Mornington Surrounded by million dollar homes in prestigious Beleura Hill, this exceptional setting with a 1920s three-bedroom residence is moments from beautiful Mills Beach and vibrant Main Street’s cafes and boutique shops and offers a unique opportunity to capitalise on existing plans and permits for two luxurious townhouses. The state-of-the-art design features façades designed in context with the coastal surrounding and stylish interiors offering a two-storey three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom plus a study residence with internal lift and a single-level two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence. Snap up the chance to secure this exciting development opportunity and reap the rewards of this blue ribbon ready to go project in one of Mornington’s most coveted settings.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 3rd December 12.00pm As advertised or by appointment Kylie Miller 0404 041 554 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103

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

Dromana

Auction

1/203 Palmerston Avenue, Dromana With stunning bay views and superb appointments, this impressive new two-storey residence’s sophisticated interior provides the ideal response to a stylish low-maintenance Peninsula lifestyle. With expansive front and rear decks linking to a spacious open-plan living and dining zone via sliding doors and exceptional three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom accommodation, this designer domain delivers a faultless lifestyle. With a sleek stone kitchen with Butler’s pantry, top-floor living, balcony and main bedroom suite with bay views, luxuriant main bathroom, polished boards and double garage, this custom designed home resides close to the Dromana foreshore, shops, schools, parkland and freeway access.

Auction Saturday 10th December 12.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 Ayden Nelson 0419 447 038 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A3 B2 C2

Red Hill

Auction

8-12 Elizabeth Road, Red Hill Cradled within a hideaway location with Red Hill’s boutique shops and primary school at the end of the street, this four-bedroom single-level residence is a superb country escape with every lifestyle convenience at your doorstep. Set within beautiful garden surrounds with towering gums and a gully walk through to a fire pit for the ultimate relaxation in nature, this tranquil residence combines natural beauty with a stylish contemporary interior and a separate studio perfect for guests. With stylish Blackwood timber flooring and 50,000 litres of water storage, this unique home enjoys absolute peace and privacy close to cafes, wineries, farm gates and bay and surf beaches.

Auction Saturday 10th December 1.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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

Mornington Auction this Saturday

Auction

15 Darcy Street, Mornington An irresistible blend of designer flair and lifestyle convenience, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom residence has been fully renovated and extended to create a stunning family home that fulfils lifestyle priorities with absolute style. Two superb living zones complement a dining room overlooking a deep entertaining deck, a beautiful kitchen with feature timber island and bespoke pendant lights, and a sublime master bedroom suite with private deck. With a stunning main bathroom and remote gates to a double carport, this impressive home is set in quiet surroundings close to Benton Squares shops, schools, the nearby beachfront and vibrant Main Street.

Auction Saturday 26th November 12.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A4 B2 C2 Mornington

Auction

2/55 Herbert Street, Mornington Hidden away in a boutique group in coveted Beleura Hill, this magnificent architect-designed two-storey fourbedroom, 2.5-bathroom residence is unrivalled in quality and size. Beautifully finished with polished floorboards and streaming natural light, the low-maintenance interiors emphasise space and seamless indoor-outdoor northern living with a private entertaining deck leading off the spacious open-plan living and dining zone; while the stone and Bosch kitchen is customised for gourmet efficiency. A palatial ground-floor main bedroom suite and double remote garage reflect the first class fit-out just a short walk to magical Mills Beach and the cosmopolitan lifestyle and café scene of Main Street.

Auction Saturday 3rd December 11.00am Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Alex Campbell 0432 344 394 Jake Egan 0491 129 137 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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CALLING THE PLAY: Geoff (left) and Michael Crowder conduct business at a recent auction

Start your engines Automotive, DROMANA For Sale: $120,000 Agency: Kevin Wright Commerical, 1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, 5977 2255 Agent: Jamie Stuart, 0412 565 562 THIS established business is set in a boutique industrial development and would be wellsuited to mechanics looking to take the next step in their career. Ideal for operators with a Roadworthy Licence, the premises measures about 138 square metres and all plant and equipment is included in the sale price. The business shows a good customer base and the rent is very reasonable.

AUCTION

Nichols Crowder, the largest commercial and industrial real estate company in the Frankston and peninsula region has just expanded having recently acquired the commercial and industrial property management portfolio of Century 21 Wentworth Real Estate in Frankston. The acquisition reunites the current Nichols Crowder company with the original John Crowder & Sons (P/L) business established over 60 years ago, which was sold to Wentworth Real Estate in 2006. “This acquisition heralds an exciting period for Nichols Crowder with the continual development and expansion that is currently occurring across the commercial and industrial markets of Frankston, Carrum Downs and the peninsula.” Michael Crowder said “This acquisition is going to bring us into contact with more business owners and more tenants, while giving us a greater reach across our key markets.” Nichols Crowder manages thousands of commercial and industrial properties, a number set to significantly increase, and of the company’s 50 staff, 23 are dedicated to property management and administration.

956 Nepean Highway, Mornington

Modern Medical Centre

New medical consulting suites

Peninsula Health Group, Mornington’s newest medical facility is now available for lease. Strategically located in close proximity to both Beleura and The Bays Hospital. Currently anchored by a large GP practice, an opportunity exists for Allied Health Professionals, Dental Practitioners and Specialists to be part of this architecturally designed purpose built facility. Single or multiple consulting suites are available for lease. Each has a basin with hot and cold water, data points, phone points, power and split system air conditioning. There are common areas containing staff kitchen toilets and large waiting area. Occupants of the facility have the opportunity to utilise a dedicated reception area for their practice. With ample parking, exposure to Nepean Hwy and opportunity for signage, this suits astute operators looking to relocate their practice or establish new business within the growing area. Peninsula Health Group invite: Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Exercise Physiology, Dietician, Diabetes Health Nurse, Speech Therapy, Audiology, Osteopathy, Occupational Therapy and more.

Two Practitioner Permit Four consulting rooms Building area 175m2* Land area 671m2 Vacant Possession

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Merger reunites family real estate business

For Lease

131 Cranbourne Road, Langwarrin Friday 25th November at 12pm

9775 1535

INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL

James Dodge:

0488 586 896

Geoffrey Crowder: 0418 531 611 Level 1, 1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs VIC 3201

9775 1535

Linda Ellis 0400 480 397

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ͻŐƌĞĂƚŝŶǀĞƐƚŵĞŶƚŽƉƉŽƌƚƵŶŝƚLJŝŶDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ ͻdǁŽƐĞƉĂƌĂƚĞƟƚůĞƐůĂŵĞLJWůĂĐĞΘDĂŝŶ^ƚƌĞĞƚ ͻWƵƌĐŚĂƐĞĚǁŝƚŚǀĂĐĂŶƚƉŽƐƐĞƐƐŝŽŶŽƌůĞĂƐĞĚƚŽƚĞŶĂŶƚ͘ ͻDĂŝŶ^ƚƌĞĞƚďƵŝůĚŝŶŐĂƌĞĂŽĨϮϲϳƐƋŵ ͻůĂŵĞLJWůĂĐĞůĂŶĚĂƌĞĂŽĨϭϴϴƐƋŵ

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ϲͬϮϲ^ĂƚƵtĂLJʹϵϭƐƋŵΨϭ͕ϬϴϯƉĐŵн'^dнK'

ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗:ĂŵŝĞ^ƚƵĂƌƚϬϰϭϮϱϲϱϱϲϮ

^ĂůĞWƌŝĐĞ͗KŶƉƉůŝĐĂƟŽŶ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗<ĞǀŝŶtƌŝŐŚƚϬϰϭϳϱϲϱϰϱϰ

^ĂůĞWƌŝĐĞ͗Ψϭϵϱ͕ϬϬϬ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗:ĂŵŝĞ^ƚƵĂƌƚϬϰϭϮϱϲϱϱϲϮ

ϮͬϮdŽƌĐĂdĞƌƌĂĐĞͲϯϬϬƐƋŵΨϮ͕ϱϬϬƉĐŵн'^dнK'

&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲ,ĂƐƟŶŐƐ

&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ

&Žƌ^ĂůĞͲZŽƐĞďƵĚ

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ͻϯϰϱƐƋŵ;ĂƉƉƌŽdž͘ͿĐůĞĂƌͲƐƉĂŶǁĂƌĞŚŽƵƐĞ ͻ>ŝŐŚƚͲĮůůĞĚŽĸĐĞƐƉĂĐĞ ͻϯƉŚĂƐĞƉŽǁĞƌ ͻŽŶƚĂŝŶĞƌŚĞŝŐŚƚZ^ ͻŵƉůĞƌŽŽŵĨŽƌůŽĂĚŝŶŐďĂLJĂŶĚƉĂƌŬŝŶŐ

ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗:ĂŵŝĞ^ƚƵĂƌƚϬϰϭϮϱϲϱϱϲϮ

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>ĞĂƐĞWƌŝĐĞ͗ΨϮ͕ϬϬϬƉĐŵн'^dнKƵƚŐŽŝŶŐƐ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗:ĂŵŝĞ^ƚƵĂƌƚϬϰϭϮϱϲϱϱϲϮ

&Žƌ^ĂůĞͲ,ĂƐƟŶŐƐ

&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ

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&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ

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DĂŝŶ^ƚƌĞĞƚʹϳϯϱƐƋŵΨϭϱ͕ϬϬϬƉĐŵн'^dнK' ϭͬϭϰϬϴEĞƉĞĂŶ,ǁLJʹϯϬϬƐƋŵ&ƌŽŵΨϯ͕ϯϰϬƉĐŵн'^dнK' MEDICAL CONSULTING ;DŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶƵŶůĞƐƐƐƉĞĐŝĮĞĚͿ ϭϬϳĂdĂŶƟǀĞŶƵĞͲϮϬϬƐƋŵΨϱ͕ϬϬϬƉĐŵн'^dнK' ϵϰdĂŶƟǀĞŶƵĞͲϮϬϬƐƋŵLEASED

&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲDĐƌĂĞ

ED

DĞĚŝĐĂůͬ^ƉĞĐŝĂůŝƐƚƐ^ƵŝƚĞƐ

^ƚŽĐŬĨĞĞĚƐΘ&ĞŶĐŝŶŐ

dĂŬĞKŶĞKƌŽƚŚ

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>ĞĂƐĞWƌŝĐĞ͗Ψϳ͕ϮϭϬƉĐŵн'^dнKƵƚŐŽŝŶŐƐ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗dĂŶLJĂ^ĐĂŐůŝĂƌŝŶŝϬϰϯϴϮϴϵϴϱϵ

^ĂůĞWƌŝĐĞ͗ΨϭϮϬ͕ϬϬϬ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗<ĞǀŝŶtƌŝŐŚƚϬϰϭϳϱϲϰϰϱϰ

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>ĞĂƐĞWƌŝĐĞ͗&ƌŽŵΨϯ͕ϭϱϬƉĐŵн'^dнKƵƚŐŽŝŶŐƐ ŽŶƚĂĐƚ͗dĂŶLJĂ^ĐĂŐůŝĂƌŝŶŝϬϰϯϴϮϴϵϴϱϵ

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1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, Victoria 3931

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‘A lifestyle village in the heart of Bangholme on Frankston-Dandenong Road’

HOMES FOR SALE UNDER OFFER

UNDER OFFER

FOR SALE $240,000

FOR SALE $200,000

• Immaculately Presented • Open Plan Lounge – Dining, Kitchen • 2 Bedrooms both with B/R • Lovely Light Kitchen with Gas Hotplate • Electric Oven • Split System A/C • Double Shower • Garage • Enclosed Front Sunroom • Low Maintenance Gardens

• Neat 2 Bedroom Home both with BIR • As new Carpets • Gas Heating • Air Con • Split Level Lounge • Open Plan Dining • Kitchen • Gas Hot-Plates • Wall Oven • Separate Bathroom Toilet • Under Cover Patio at Rear & Garden Shed

UNDER OFFER FOR SALE $177,000

FOR SALE $200,000

• Great Location • Partially Renovated • 2 Bedrooms • Built in Robes • Brand New Carpet • New Ceilings • New Roofing • Gas Upright Stove • Wall Furnace • Split System Air Con

• 2 Bedrooms • Built in Robes • Separate Kitchen, Dining Room • Bay Windows • Split System Air Con • Ceiling Fans • Garden Shed and Carport

LIFESTYLE AT ITS VERY BEST! For all enquiries phone Southern Peninsula News 22 November 2016

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Reputable picture show coming to town Compiled by Cameron McCullough FRANKSTON, Mornington etc, have been visited by numerous picture shows, some good, others bad and indifferent. Controlled by amateurs who purchased a machine, tried a few films and inflicted themselves on the public, so to speak, they fell into the ‘Biz’. and, as usual with incompetent people, soon became extinct. We are now to be visited each week; Frankston, Friday, and Mornington Saturday, by the Majestic Picture company controlled by men who and have been professional all their lifetime and will bring leading and up-to-date pictures as long as the local patronage warrants it. They will open on Friday next, Nov. 24th with Australia at War - to be followed by The Cause of a Nation; Battle of the Somme, etc. There will be the usual Love, Dramatic, Sensitive and Comic Film in addition each night. The company is under the management of Mr Rankini. The veteran M. Rankini whose name is known throughout Australia, this alone guarantees that professional ability combined with business acumen will be left undone to make this entertainment a success. We trust the public will give them the support they deserve. *** THE audience at the last Scottish Concert will remember the enthusiasm which greeted Miss Isabelle Langlands, the charming violinist.

*** MR Finlay has been appointed to take charge of the Presbyterian Church work in Frankston and district. His first services will be conducted next Sunday as advertised. *** AS can be seen by our advertisement column, a Mission will be opened at the Catholic Church, Frankston, next Sunday morning. The sermons will be delivered by Father Hunt, the well known Redemptorist preacher. *** MR C. McKenzie was successful in pulling off the double (Handicap and Welter Handicap) at the Heathcote races on Tuesday, with his horse “Boothulla”, carrying 8st 11lbs in the former, and 10st in the latter. There were four starters in each event. The betting was 2 to 1 in the Handicap, and 5 to 4 in the Welter. *** WE are requested to call attention to an advertisement in another column to the effect that arrangements have been made provisionally to make a Sixth Presentation to Frankston Volunteers, on Wednesday, November 30th. We also have pleasure in making an earnest request to friends of recent Frankston volunteers to forward to the Hon. Sec., Dr Plowman, the names and exact camp, or other addresses of such recruits. The labours of the committee will be much lessened thereby. *** THE members of the W.C.T. Union-

visited the Langwarrin Camp on Thursday October 26th. In the absence of Captain Condor and Chaplin Gates, the party was met by the officers in command, also Mr Smith (organising secretary of the Y.M.C.A.). A service was held in the hospital ward by some of the members. Favorite hymns were sung at the request of the patients, who joined in the singing. Earnest words were spoken to the men, who listened attentively and a profitable time was spent for the Glory of God. An inspection was made of the various improvements going on at the Camp for the comfort of the officers and men, and the gardens look very trim and neat. An invitation to afternoon tea was gratefully accepted and much appreciated. A vote of thanks was passed to the officers, for their kind welcome to the members of the W.C.T.U. *** Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. Monday 20th November 1916 before Messrs C. G V Williams, W. J. Oates and C. W. Grant, Js.P. Inspector Britt charged Mrs B. M. Garrood, licensee of the Prince of Wales Hotel, with permitting persons on her premises after hour, and Messrs T. McComb, E. K McComb, F. Addicott, and H. Cottier with being on such premises after hours. Inspector Westcott appeared on behalf of Inspector Britt, who prosecuted and Mr Jones for the accused. A plea of not guilty was put in by

It might have been closed. Did not have a drink nor did anyone else. To Inspector Westcott -The door was so that a child could open it. It was not locked. F. Addicott deposed that he had gone to Garrood’s that evening to talk to him about purchasing firewood. Never had a drink after hours that night. The door leading into the bar parlor from the passage was wide open, and the window facing the street and the window looking into the billiard room was also open. To Inspector Westcott - When the constable came the door was open. H Garrood recalled- The door was open all the time we were there. All the doors leading into the house were open. Can get into the room from the outside when the door is snibbed. E. K. McComb sworn said - Was in the bar that evening till half past nine o’clock, There was no one served after hours that night. The bar parlor doer was wide open. Constable Ramsay, recalled - When I went to the hotel tried to get into the room, but could not, I heard voices, and I knocked. I swear the door was locked when I tried to get in. The Bench did not consider that a breech of the law had been committed and dismissed the case, with two guineas costs. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 25 November, 1916

all the parties concerned. Constable Ramsay deposed to visiting the hotel on the 14th of October at about ten minutes after ten o’clock, and found the defendants on the premises. To Mr Jones - There was no evidence of trading - I did not ask for the keys. For the defence, Mrs Garrood deposed that on the night the police visited the hotel she was in bed. Did not come down again that night. H. Garrood, husband of the licensee, remembered Constable Ramsay visiting the hotel on the night of the 14th October. E. McComb was in the house on the night in questions. He assisted in the bar when required, under a mutual agreement. There was no trading after hours that night. H. Cottier was also in the house, with the intention of playing billiards. T. McComb and F. Addicott were also in the parlor. I was talking to Ad about selling me some firewood and I also spoke to Cottier about wood. The constable then came in at eight minutes past ten. T. McComb was in the house on purpose to see his daughter (the licensee). There was no drink sold that night after hours. T. McComb deposed that he remembered the night in question. The reason that he was in the house that evening was to acquaint his daughter with the fact that her mother, who has been ill, was better. The bar parlor door was not locked.

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Middle aged rage against the machine By Stuart McCullough THERE’S a tipping point, I think. A moment beyond which there’s no going back. For me, it arrived just last week. Each year, my brother Cameron and I are the same age for exactly four days. Tradition dictates that for those ninety-six hours we must squabble like seagulls over the world’s last remaining chip. Such infantile behaviour is probably forgivable, even mildly endearing, during childhood. That this kind of malarkey should have survived into adulthood is something about which I am slightly ashamed. In my defence, I can only say this: he started it. Every family has its hierarchy. And, as the first born, I was right at the very top. I was the star perched atop the Christmas tree, the ladder’s highest rung. Lucky for my siblings, I was a kind and beneficent ruler, prone to acts of compassion and generosity if I wasn’t already too busy either teasing them or breaking their toys. As the eldest of five kids, I was lord over all I surveyed which, if I climbed the big eucalypt in the back yard, was quite a lot. Be in no doubt: being the eldest child is a pretty sweet deal. But there was a problem. As a result of what I can only conclude was a major scheduling error, my brother Cam’s birthday was (and, annoyingly, still is) four days before my own. None of my friends had this kind of problem; they were all at least a full year older than their younger brothers and sisters. Only I had to suffer the unique and exquisite ignominy that is being a ‘same age brother’. Imagine this: you are required by your parents

to attend some kind of function, most likely one involving cold buttered pikelets and alleged ‘punch’ that, in reality is just a truckload of pineapple juice with random fruit meteorites thrown in. Amidst the festivities, some well-meaning but gloriously de-

luded adult asks how old you and your brother are. In less time than it takes to say ‘pineapple chunks’, my brother would volunteer that we were the exact same age. This was objectionable for several reasons. Firstly, the mathematics are

all wrong. It was as if my brother was deliberately ignoring the fact that I remained three hundred and sixty one days his senior. All that mattered was the headline, details be damned. Try as I did to point this out, he remained completely immune to reason. It drove me to distraction which, I think, he enjoyed immensely. Second, my brother seemed to regard the fact we were the same age as an event that totally redefined our relationship. I was, at least according to my brother, no longer the boss of him. It was always such a jarring claim. Fact is, for the other three hundred and sixty one days of the year, I never felt like I was the boss of my younger brother. I was more like a consultant, someone who’d be brought in to analyze things before issuing a report that told him everything he did was wrong. Back then, this was a full time job. Whereas I believed I was being helpful, upon reflection it’s clear that my brother regarded these interventions as acts of tyranny. Little wonder that he used those four days to maximum effect. Credit where credit is due: he was relentless. Cam’s grin was never wider than it was immediately after his birthday. It was like the Arab spring every year as he rose up to seize control, albeit for periods of less than a week. Even into adulthood, I could expect to be reminded that I was no longer the boss of him and that we were, at least technically speaking, equals. It got so that I would ‘accidentally’ misplace my phone, laptop and carrier pigeons for those four days, lest he should track me down and

begin taunting me. Now, however, things are different. There comes a point where being the same age as your older brother is no longer the glorious achievement it once was. This is the moment when cutlery, glasses and the little clay pot that holds the ground up black pepper all go flying as the tables gloriously and permanently turn. That moment is middle age. To make my point, I came out of the blocks fast and hard, sending him an early morning text that read: ‘suck eggs – you’re now the same age as me.’ If I were younger, I would probably have thrown in a few antagonizing emojis for good measure, but I could tell that I’d hit my mark. Over the next three days, I was sure to remind him that we were the same age. His attempts to explain that I was still three hundred and sixty one days older than him fell on deaf ears (one of the side-effects of getting older). Until, of course, my birthday came around. They say pride comes before a fall. When my mobile shuddered, I reached over only to find a message from my brother: ‘Congratulations, you don’t look a day over forty-four. Enjoy your mid-forties’. The part of me that isn’t outraged is kind of impressed. Cam has since emphasized that, at forty-four, he is in his early forties, whereas at forty-five, the term ‘early forties’ is no longer available to me. He has once again managed to get the better of things. It is clear to me now: I must seek revenge. And I only have three hundred and sixty one days left to prepare. stuart@stuartmccullough.com

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A celebration of all things Cars, Music and Fashion. With Rosebud’s long history as a great place to enjoy summer beach holidays, what better place to revive the fun filled 50’s & 60’s lifestyle? This new festival, Foreshore RockFest, will run over three days, 25th – 27th November and will involve a series of different music, dance, movie, car and vintage shopping events. All these activities will be based in Rosebud with the exception of the Drive in Movies. Fun starts on Friday evening with a Beach Party in the Rosebud Scout Hall plus the Mark Andrews Legends Show at GPO Hotel from 7pm. Mark is a renowned Elvis impersonator and his show will focus on Elvis, Austen

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Powers, Tom Jones among others. Both these events are ticket only.

Audrey Hepburn movie followed by VIP shopping at the Vintage Bazaar.

On Saturday morning the town centre will rock with hot rod and ‘chrome bumper’ cars on show, 50’s performers and dancers along the footpath and a 50’s & 60’s Market running at Rosebud Primary School. Check out the Elvis performers! The market will include clothing, food, DJ’s, live bands, dance demonstrations, with a gold coin entry. The vintage shops in town centre will pump with music, fashion, bargains while Rosebud Plaza will have an Elvis performer at 10am. Both the GPO Hotel and Rosebud Hotel will have live music over the lunch time period on Saturday while at 2pm Rosebud Cinema will feature a classic

Saturday evening will provide fans of the ‘50’s & ‘60’s with multiple dance venues hosting live bands, including the Lincolns, Fender benders, Who Was that Cat, Honey B and the Stingers, along with a special Elvis double feature at the Dromana 3 Drive In. Check the website for details on tickets for these events as some of the dances have already sold out!

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Sunday will see a pre 1970’s hot rod & classic car show on the Rosebud Village Green, featuring hundreds of cars and vintage caravans, with live music. Free Entry. For the fashionistas from the era, a vintage clothing

and ‘pin up’ contest will also be held in the Memorial Hall adjacent to the car show. The Rock n Roll market will continue at the Rosebud Primary School on Sunday from 10am. All events will culminate at 3pm. For ticketed events sales, these are through our website. Huge $1000 cash prize for the winner of the raffle - entry tickets available in every program, which are being sold at the Primary School market and in Vintage Bazaar. Draw at 3 pm Sunday on Village Green. For full details check www.foreshorerockfest. com.au or Facebook Foreshore Rockfest.


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Melbourne artist Kenny Pittock has created an off-beat colouring-in book focusing on birds found on the Mornington Peninsula, famously home to an abundance of indigenous birds, wanderers and migratory birds. Pittock was an artist in resident at the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Police Point Artist in Residence cottage during October, researching for this special project. MORNINGTON PENINSULA REGIONAL GALLERY. Civic Reserve, Dunns Road, Mornington, Gallery Hours:Tuesday–Sunday 10am–5pm. Exhibition admission fees: $4 adults / $2 concession. General information: 03 5975 4395. www.mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au


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Ladder leaders: Peninsula Old Boys notched up an easy victory against Mornington, scoring 319 runs in their 80 overs. Picture: Rab Siddhi

Kangas defy the long odds PROVINCIAL By IT Gully LANGWARRIN sits in third position on the MPCA Provincial table after pulling off a remarkable victory against Long Island. The Kangaroos are far from the most talented list in the competition, however, they are playing a brand of cricket that is based on team spirit, pressure and taking pride in personal performance. Already this season the Kangas have beaten more fancied opponents Somerville, Crib Point and Long Island, all sides that played finals last season. On Saturday, Langwarrin had no right to beat the Islanders. Resuming at 9/101, the Kangas

lasted another nine overs and added a further 27 runs (128) to their overnight total. One thing the Kangas were aware of was the fact that Long Islandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s batting has been brittle this season. Scores of 100, 156 and 81/79 in their previous three matches suggested that any score north of 120 for Langwarrin was going to be competitive. It proved to be the case, the Islanders were rolled for 122 in 54.3 overs. Jake Prosser was outstanding for the winners, holding up the batting with an unbeaten 38 and arguably winning the match for his team with 3/9 from 5.3 overs with the ball. Mal Coutts was also superb with 1/15 from 11, Matt Prosser claimed 2/25 from 14 overs and Matt Campbell snared 2/10 from eight overs.

Peninsula Old Boys remain at the top of the ladder after recording an effortless victory against Mornington. When Mornington posted a score of 212 against the Old Boys, it looked competitive given their bowling strength. However, the Old Boys made it look easy, resuming at 0/6 and cruising to 8/319 in their 80 overs. Mt Eliza successfully defended its 285, which was always going to be the case against Moorooduc. The Mounties bowled out the Ducs for just 82 in 46.4 overs in the first innings with Justin Savio picking up 7/35 in 19 overs. Shamith Kannangara top scored for Moorooduc with 29. The Mounties had another 51 overs to try and roll the Ducs a second time to claim the outright, however, could

only claim 6/125. Nick Baron collecting 3/53 from 21 overs. Resuming at 3/9, Sorrento looked up against it to reach Crib Pointâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s total of 126. Fast forward 30-odd overs and the Sharks were bowled out for just 110. Crib Point batted out the rest of the day and made 8/104, meaning that a total of 28 wickets fell in the match for just 340 runs. Both the Pies and the Sharks have some work to do with the bat! Baxter is in second place on the ladder after a strong victory against Somerville. The visitors didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t set the world on fire with the bat, scoring just 179, however, their bowlers stepped up to the plate and did what it needed to to get the result.

The Eagles were bowled out for 132, Justin Bridgeman claiming three wickets to go with his 52 with the bat, while Chris Brittain also snared three wickets. Leigh Lowry was the best of the Somerville batsmen with 49. Pines picked up a much needed win against Pearcedale at Tractor Park. Chasing 151 for victory, Pines resumed at 2/23. Harley Peace-Stirling played a real captainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s knock, scoring 73 to help the Piners to 9/164. Ashley Hupe provided great support for 30 runs. Shayne Gillings was the pick of the Pearcedale bowlers with 4/34 from 13.4 overs while Kaine Smith bowled 29 overs for a return of 3/74.

second innings and Dean Collins top scored with 55, however, it didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t prevent yet another outright loss, as the Demons were rolled for 138. Luke Collins took 4/32 in the first innings and 5/44 in the second for Main Ridge and James Abbott claimed 4/34 and 2/8 to be the pick of the bowlers. Mt Martha has early bragging rights in the battle of the top contenders (after four rounds) after beating Red Hill. The Hillmen went into the clash as ladder leaders but Mt Martha has joined them after recording an a near 100 run victory. The Hillmen were bowled out for 120 on the first day of the match and

the Reds resumed at 2/69. Riley Shaw scored an unbeaten 100 against his old side to almost singlehandedly win the home team the match. Jimmy McCall and Lincoln Toy each took three wickets for the Hillmen. Flinders continues to fly under the radar, sitting nicely in third place on the table after recording a solid win against Boneo. Defending 247, Flinders bowledout the Pandas for 202. Chris Jobling (52) and Ryan Jellie (44) appeared as though they were going to make life difficult for the Sharks, however Max Royal snared 4/46 from 20 overs and

Dwayne Field picked up 3/50 from 19 overs to wrestle back the momentum. Heatherhill was on shaky ground overnight at 3/48 against Delacombe Park but eventually got the job done, scoring 149, a victory of 23 runs (126). Christian Heath top scored for the Hills at the top of the order with 56 while Brett Maxwell contributed a more than handy 47 in the middle order to help get the Hills over the line. When Maxwell went out, the score was 5/122. The game was won. Andrew Stapleton was the pick of the Parkersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; bowlers with 3/20 from 4.4 overs while Dean Blight bowled 20 overs for a return of 2/30. Rosebud did what it had to do

against Baden Powell, winning by three wickets. Chasing 155 for victory, the Buds past the total with three wickets in hand. It looked ordiinary early for the Buds at 4/50, however, 43 from Jason Mathers and 64 from Pete Doughty ensured victory. Seaford Tigers managed an easy victory against arch rival Seaford. After scoring 245 with Jon Plakourakis hitting 86 and Ash Mills 80, the Tigers then bowled out Seaford for 159. Mills was the star with the ball also, picking up 5/48 from 22 overs. The Tigers were 4/25 in their second innings.

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By IT Gully MAIN Ridge got its season back on track, picking up maximum points against Rye in MPCA District cricket. After losing the opening game of the season to Delacombe Park, the Ridge have had a draw against Rosebud and an unconvincing win against Boneo in round three. Rye resumed its first innings at 7/26 after the Ridge declared at 5/294. The Demons soldiered on early on the second day with Andrew Hitchener offering great resistance to score 76 and help his side get to 143. Hitchener scored another 25 in the

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Hastings win a thriller SUB-DISTRICT By IT Gully HASTINGS pulled off a thrilling three run win against neighbour Tyabb in the fourth round of MPCA Sub District on Saturday. After scoring 277 on the opening day of the clash with Luke Hewitt getting 71 and Nathan Hunt 59, the Blues’ bowlers needed to step up to the plate. The game was in the balance all afternoon with Tyabb’s middle order not able to capitalise on solid starts and the Blues’ bowlers picking up wickets at

important times. However, with Tyabb opener Aidan Pateman scoring 106 at the top of the innings, the Yabbies were always in the contest. Then, later in the afternoon, Matty Dimkos decided to add some spice to the clash, scoring an important 44 which almost got the Yabbies over the line. Jack Whitehouse’s 16 was also significant. However, with just one over left in the game, Jake Hewitt ran out Sam HollandBurch and helped the Blues record a three run win.

Ryan McNamara and Devlin Webb were the major contributors with the ball for the Blues. Carrum Downs recorded an important victory against Frankston YCW. The Stonecats resumed at 0/14, chasing 208 on the second day of the match. They were bowled out for 144. Lai Leaunoa top scored for the Stonecats with 37 and Levi Lachlan-Dore opened with 24. The day belonged to the Cougars’ bowlers with Chris Maloney taking 3/35, Ryan Lynch 3/16 and David Dervan 2/44.

Ballam Park kept its season alive, recording a strong victory over Dromana. The Knights chased down Dromana’s target of 205 with five wickets and five overs in hand. Skipper Stuart Plunkett top scored for the Knights with 61 and David Crosss hit 54, helping the home side to 5/211. Balnarring threw everything at Skye to try and get an outright win but fell six wickets short. Defending 6/294, Balnarring rolled Skye for 93 in the first innings and had them 3/92 in the second innings. Brenton Taylor, Geoff Bradshaw, Na-

than Kleinig and Tony Wilson all picked up two wickets in the first innings for the Saints while nine different bowlers were given a go in the second innings. Tootgarook made light wok of Carrum, winning by more than 100 runs. Defending 7/307, Tootgarook bowledout the Lions for 194. Josh Dent top scored for the Lions with 50 and Hayden Moulton scored 46, however, Matt Whelan capped off an outstanding match, taking 4/42 from 21 overs to go with his 128 runs. Paul Stevenson claimed 3/48 from 17 overs.

Will Hine help Mornington to threepeat? SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie JOSH Hine could be the key to Mornington’s attempt to win a historic third straight State 1 championship in 2017. The 25-year-old English striker is believed to be in advanced negotiations with the Dallas Brooks Park outfit in what would be a major coup for local football. Hine’s CV includes spells with Burscough, Vauxhall Motors, Clitheroe, Skelmersdale, Chorley and Stalybridge Celtic and he currently is on the books of National League North outfit Salford City. He is one of four English-based players with whom Mornington is understood to have recently held discussions. One of them, 23-year-old midfielder Ben McKenna, has decided to stay in England having been offered a contract by Southport FC. The other prospective imports are Jack Truelove and Nathan Smith. Truelove, 20, is a Burnley-born left back or central defender who has had stints with Oldham, Stalybridge Celtic, Colwyn, Brackley, Curzon Ashton and Hednesford. Smith is a close friend of former Mornington striker Ryan Paczkowski, who now plies his trade with NPL heavyweight Bentleigh Greens. Smith is a left-sided midfielder or winger with Brigg Town in the Northern Counties East League and is described on the club’s website as a “great character to have around the club, fitness levels are very high and has a wand of a left foot”. It’s believed that Mornington also has been in talks with two midfielders from rival State 1 clubs but senior coach

Import target #1: Josh Hine

Adam Jamieson refused to name them. One of his targets could be Warragul United midfield dynamo Thomas Ahmadzai who also is on Langwarrin’s radar. Mornington is just one of a number of State 1 clubs that are going all out to win the title next year which should give them entry to Victoria’s elite National Premier League setup. A protectionist policy banning promotion to and relegation from the NPL had been in place during the competition’s infancy and although there is yet to be an official announcement from FFV an understanding is in place that the policy will be dropped from next season. This has sparked a signing frenzy

among local clubs Mornington, Langwarrin and Casey Comets who know that they face enormous competition from four cashed-up Greek-backed clubs in Clifton Hill, Malvern City, South Springvale and Caulfield United Cobras. Comets struck the first big blow recently when they announced the signatures of last season’s Langwarrin captain Alex van Heerwarden and Frankston Pines captain CJ Hodgson but Mornington plans to outdo their rival by signing a number of visa players. The only visa player currently on the club’s books is Northern Irishman Sammy Stewart but he has received a significant job offer from the UK and will decide early next year whether or

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not to accept. He already has told Mornington that he will play there next season should he remain in Australia. “There’s probably three or four players that might move on but that’s not going to be because of my decision but more their decision,” said Jamieson. Rumour had been rife that key central defender Steve Elliott could join Langwarrin but along with Simon Webster and Kris McEvoy he already has signed with Mornington for 2017. “They’re the only ones that have been signed to date but I’ve spoken to most of the other boys and have commitments from them without them actually signing on the dotted line,” said Jamieson. “We start training on December 6 and I’d like to think that by Christmas I’ll have 12 or 13 all signed up. “We’re planning to have a really strong squad. Last season we had a fantastic 13 and the plan is to have a really, really strong 16 with everyone fighting for positions. “It’s going to be a very tough league and you keep hearing what some of the other clubs are doing but I’ve always said that we’ve got to continually concentrate on what we are doing because if we veer away from that we’ll be in trouble. “We’ve got a second, a first and a first in the last three years so we’re not doing too much wrong.” For much of last season Wayne Gordon led the way up front and Jamieson already has told the former Gretna and Workington Reds star that he is a required player for 2017. If Hine can be paired with Gordon next season then Mornington will have a potent strike force.

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Jamieson also plans to ramp up the sports science approach to competition after tinkering with GPS units last season. “We tried an app from our physios that was intensity-based and we purchased five GPS units and started to build data on certain players. “Now we’re taking it to the next level and next season every starting player will have a GPS for training and games and an analyst will receive data weekly then report monthly to each player. “We want to raise our peak performance and also monitor our injury rates so we can track measures we take for injury prevention. “This is all part of us wanting to become a better club and getting to the NPL. “We understand that training two nights a week and a match on the weekend isn’t going to take us to our optimum level but once we get into three and four nights training in the NPL setup that’s when these sports science tools will be well used.” Dale White has been re-appointed as senior assistant coach with Tony McKay team manager, Martyn Ashton will coordinate the sports science data, Jamie Paterson is reserves coach and Sophie Griffiths has been re-appointed head physio. The club is in talks with Brad Zealley as a replacement goalkeeping coach for Peter Blasby who has joined Bentleigh Greens. Late last season Mornington received an international clearance from Greece for 36-year old central defender Stylianos Maistrellis, who boasts a stint with AEK Athens on his CV, however it’s believed that he no longer figures in the club’s plans.


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ownership cost against the category second- and third-placed runners-up. Indeed, in its overview of the i30 Active CRDI’s exemplary category performance, Wheels’ judges described it as “the equivalent of bringing a sawn-off to a knife fight”. Similarly, Hyundai’s Santa Fe

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of Resale Value (56 percent), annual insurance rate, and three-year cost of ownership tally. Again, Hyundai’s benchmark 5-year/Unlimited kilometre warranty scored highly towards Santa Fe Active CRDI’s award win. Luxurious Hyundai Genesis topped the coveted Gold Star Value Awards

$45K-$65K Large Car class thanks partly to its 52 percent Resale Value – outstanding in the notoriously highdepreciation Large-Car category. Genesis also scored highly for its surprisingly affordable annual insurance cost and easily best-in-class 5-year/Unlimited kilometre new-car warranty (a full two years longer than that offered by its second- and thirdplaced category runners-up). Hyundai’s other outstanding results in this year’s Gold Star Value Awards included runners-up positions for the Tucson Highlander, in the hotly contested Medium SUV $45K-$60K category, and i30 Active petrol in the Small Car under $25K category. “I’m proud to say that our cars have again achieved outstanding results in Wheels Magazine’s coveted Gold Star Value Awards,” said Hyundai Motor Company Australia Chief Operating Officer, Scott Grant. “Wheels’ experts do an incredible job of calculating the real-world ownership costs of a mind-boggling array of new-cars available in Australia. “These awards offer an invaluable guide to consumers – the fact our cars have again come out on top of some of the most important new-car categories in Wheels’ exhaustive annual assessment process is a huge vote of confidence in our products, and one we value greatly.” Check out the complete Hyundai range at Mornington Hyundai, 992 Nepean Highway, Mornington. Phone (03) 8770 1260.

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V6, AUTO, FULL ELECTRICS, POWER MIRRORS, CD PLAYER, DUAL AIR BAGS, BODY KIT, REAR SPOILER AND MUCH MORE. GREAT CONDITION BOTH INSIDE AND OUT, REPUTATION FOR RELIABILITY, ANY TEST WELCOME. SZR899

5 SPEED MANUAL, LOW KM’S, CRUSE CONTROL, CD PLAYER, DUALAIR BAGS AND MUCH MORE. VERY GOOD CONDITION, ANY TEST WELCOME. ZJX-600

2005 NISSAN X-TRAIL ST

2003 SUZUKI INGIS

$16,990

‘04 HOLDEN VY COMMODORE LTZ LUXURY, DUAL CAB, AUTO ‘11 MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER LS

FULL SERVICE HISTORY, LOW KM’S, 4X4, AUTO, FULL SERVICE HISTORY, LOW KM’S, 4X4, MANUAL, SUN ROOF, LEATHER INTERIOR, SUN ROOF, ROOF RACKS, FULL NUDGE BAR AND MORE. VERY GOOD CONDITION BOTH ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS, CD PLAYER INSIDE AND OUT. ANY TEST WELCOME. 1HS5PD AND MORE. WAB-681

$5,990

$10,990

$11,990

$8,990

GOOD CONDITION, AUTO, DUAL AIR BAGS, FULL ELECTRICS, LENSO WHEELS AND MUCH MORE. ANY TEST WELCOME. TBL-846

06 HOLDEN REDEO FULL SERVICE HISTORY, ALLOYS, CRUSE CONTROL, ARB CANOPY & TOW BAR. JUNE 17/2017 REG, TEST DRIVE TODAY. UWQ-476

AUTO, FULL ELECTRICS, CD PLAYER, DUAL AIR BAGS AND MUCH MORE. REG UNTIL 15/10/17. ANY TEST WELCOME. 1CJ-4HV

WAGON, AUTOMATIC 4X4 WITH TOW BAR AND MANY MORE OPTIONS TEST DRIVE TODAY. TPX-237

$4,990

VERY GOOD CONDITION INSIDE AND OUT. LOW KM’S, AUTO, ROOF RACKS, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS, CD PLAYER AND MORE. PERFECT SMALL FAMILY CAR OR FIRST CAR. SLB-741

RACV Warranties available with all cars. Please remove the Mitsubishi Pajero. We've just sold it. We'll put the 2000 Mitsubishi Pajero back in its place.

2003 KIA RIO AUTO

2005 FORD TERRITORY

2008 SUZUKI VITARA

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$5,990

$11,990

$4,990

$13,990

AUTO, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS, IN GOOD CONDITION. IDEAL FAMILY CAR. TEST DRIVE TODAY. 1CU-1BC

GRAND VITARA, AUTO, FULL SERVICE HISTORY, UNMARKED INSIDE AND OUT, FULL ELECTRICS, DUAL AIR BAGS AND MUCH MORE. YCM-841

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AUTO, SOFT-TOP CONVERTIBLE (OPENS IN 25SEC), 6 CYLINDER, LEATHER INTERIOR, ANTI-LOCK BREAKS, 6 AIR BAG, 17” ALLOYS, TV MONITOR WITH BMW SATELLITE NAV, POWER/HEATED FRONT SEATS, CLIMATE CONTROL. UQD930

2002 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA

2004 VZ CLUB SPORT R8

2006 HOLDEN ASTRA CDX

VW BEETLE DIESEL

2002 BMW 318I

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$15,990

$3,990

$8,990

$7,990

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$3,990

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ISUZU

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S/N 61188

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MU-X 4X2

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LS-U 7 SEAT AUTO

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SALE

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HURRY TO MORNINGTON ISUZU UTE TODAY 41 Tyabb Rd, Mornington | PH: 5975 5188 www.morningtonisuzuute.com.au LMCT 10467 ^5 years/130,000km whichever occurs first, for eligible customers. Excludes trays and accessories. >The Capped Price Servicing Program (“CPS Program”) applies to Eligible Vehicles with a Warranty Start Date after 1/1/15 at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers only. The CPS Program covers the first 6 Scheduled Services in line with the Scheduled Service Intervals. CPS Prices are subject to change. For full terms & conditions and current pricing visit isuzuute.com.au/service-plus. +3.5 tonne braked towing capacity on D-MAX 4x4 and 4x2 High Ride models and 3.0 tonne braked towing capacity on all MU-X models when fitted with an optional genuine Isuzu UTE tow bar kit. ~Includes economy alloy tray fitted at motorpool. #Fuel consumption and emissions figures based on ADR 81/02 (combined cycle test) and are to be used for vehicle comparison purposes only. Actual fuel consumption and emissions will vary depending on many factors including, but not limited to, traffic conditions, individual driving style and vehicle condition.

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MORNINGTON MITSUBISHI

$2,000 FACTORY BONUS ON ALL TRITON 4X4 DOUBLE CAB PICK UPS 1

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$25,000

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