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A BUSLOAD of 18-25-year-old students from the Centre for Multicultural Youth visited Main Ridge on a brisk morning last week excited at the prospect of planting trees – and perhaps seeing their first kangaroo. The event was run by Ucan2 multicultural youth worker Sarah Williams and Mornington Peninsula Shire land care facilitator Jacqui Salter. Ucan2 supports young, newly arrived refugees and migrants. Ali escaped persecution and arrived in Australia in 2015. He saw the trip to the peninsula as “our best excursion ever … I felt like we were a family going on a trip to nature – all the sights, smells and experiences were new to us”. Youth worker Sarah said the students saw kangaroos – “things I took for granted growing up in Australia”. “The best part was we got to care for the environment and enjoy nature. It was a therapeutic and healing experience.” Peninsula Transport Assist driver Geoff picked up the group at Frankston station, drove them to Main Ridge and dropped them of at Narre Warren, with a stop to watch some kangaroos. The planting was part of the Mornington Peninsula Landcare Network’s Greens Bush to Arthurs Seat Biolink. The $300,000 three-and-a-half year project was financed by the state government through the Port Phillip and Western Port Catchment Management Authority. “With the aid of local schools and community groups, we’ve managed to plant more than 15,000 indigenous plants this season,” project coordinator Chantal Kelly said. Ms Kelly said residents could contribute to the Greens Bush to Arthurs Seat biolink during the Planet Ark National Tree Day, Sunday 29 July, at Arthurs Seat. To register visit treeday.planetark.org/ site/10018886

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A healthy, hearty start to pupils’ day Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au PUPILS at 14 Mornington Peninsula schools can start their day with a full tummy thanks to the state government’s school breakfast clubs and the help of volunteers. They are among 500 schools across the state to have received 50,000 free meals each week since 2016 – with almost 210,000 meals going to pupils at primary schools on the peninsula. These also include Baxter, Bittern, Crib Point, Hastings, Langwarrin Park, Somerville, Somerville Rise, Wallaroo, Mornington Special Development School, Eastbourne, Tootgarook and Rosebud primary schools. Heather Christie, who coordinates the breakfasts at Mornington Park Primary school with colleague Russell Ardley, said the program was “fabulous”. “Every day we feed 40-60 children their choice of cereals, fresh and tinned fruit, and cooked meals including eggs, hash browns, pancakes and waffles,” she said. “There is always the choice of hot or cold meals including cheese and tomato toast or baked beans.” The 15-year-old service runs five days a week ensuring the pupils always start their day the right way. Ms Christie runs the program Mondays and Fridays, while Mr Ardley is in charge Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays. She praised the help of long-time

Yum yum: Mornington Park Primary School pupils enjoy a nourishing start to their day. Bodhi (blue beanie) and Lachlan at the table, Allegra, Brenda (with fruit bowl), and parent Danielle ready to serve Jorgia, Josh and Lilly with their breakfasts. Picture: Ebony Elise

supporters Jacobs and Lowe Real Estate, whose staff donate fruit and help out Wednesdays and Thursdays, and Mornington Woolworths, which donates bread on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. “Other helpers include the Morning-

ton Lions Club, Bunnings, Mornington Community Information and Support Centre, along with some amazing individuals who give freely of their time. They must all be recognised,” Ms Christie said. Parents also help the program run

smoothly. “If parents want to sit with their children while they are having breakfast they are most welcome anytime,” she said. Education Minister James Merlino said since the program started, teachers had noted improved concentration in

class, improved attendance and better relationships with their students. Mr Merlino said research in 2017 found 87 per cent of schools believed the program was meeting the breakfast needs of their pupils – up from 43 per cent prior to the program starting.

included “guaranteed [gas and electricity] discounts” for the community and small businesses in Hastings, Crib Point, Bittern and the towns along the pipeline route “should the project proceed” – Hastings MP Neale Burgess and Flinders MP Greg Hunt have said they oppose AGL’s project (“Libs ‘united’ against gas plan” The News 10/7/18). A protest on the foreshore at Hastings was attended by hundreds of people who marched with placards and listened to speakers warn about risks to public safety and the environment posed by the gas terminal (“Hundreds at power protest” The News 3/7/18). In June APA said it had been working with AGL since October 2017 and, if given the go ahead by governments and the AGL, it expected the first domestic market gas delivery along the pipeline in the 2021 financial year.

APA describes itself as “Australia’s leading energy infrastructure business”. “We’ve been connecting Australia’s energy since 2000. From small beginnings we’ve become a top 50 ASX-listed company, employing 1700 people and owning and operating the largest interconnected gas transmission network across Australia,” the company’s website states. “We deliver smart, reliable and safe solutions through our deep industry knowledge and interconnected infrastructure.” In announcing dates for the community information sessions APA said the meetings “will deliver an update on the project and provide an opportunity to ask questions and share your views”. “The project is subject to a comprehensive program of regulatory approvals which are supported by environ-

mental technical studies and surveys undertaken by specialists for APA. “The technical reports that will support the project’s environmental effect referral and Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation referral will be presented. “Representatives from AGL will be also present at these sessions to answer your questions and queries about the FSRU Project.” APA managing director Mick McCormack said in a 12 June news release that “shipping-in the much needed resource [gas] is a smart solution”. “I’ve said for some time now that the east coast gas issues are about a lack of affordable gas supply, and this innovative solution championed and progressed by AGL certainly goes towards injecting a flexible source of new gas supply into the tight domestic market in eastern Australia,” Mr McCormack

said. “This should help alleviate potential gas supply shortfalls in Victoria in 2021 - 2022 as forecast by the Australian Energy Market Operator. “We’ll continue to work with AGL and all the relevant stakeholders to help bring this project to where a final investment decision can be made. As with all our new build projects, engaging with communities and landholders will be our key focus in the near term.” The community sessions organised by APA and AGL will he held at 6pm this Friday (27 July) at Balnarring Hall, 3041 Frankston-Flinders Road; 12.30pm on Saturday (28 July) Hastings Hall, 3 High Street, Hastings; and pm Tuesday 31 July Crib Point Hall, 7 Park Road. Drop-in sessions are also being held along the proposed route of the pipeline at Nar Nar Goon and Cardinia.

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New train stations and extended rail line Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au A GANG of politicians gathered at Baxter train station last week to spruik a $450 million plan to extend the electrification of the Frankston line to Baxter. The train station provided a platform on Tuesday (17 July) for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to accompany a coalition of state Liberal opposition leader Matthew Guy and Liberal federal and state politicians for the big pre-elections spending promise. The state election in Victoria will be held in November this year and a federal election must be held by November next year at the latest. Mr Turnbull told an assembled media pack that an eight-kilometre electrification extension beyond Frankston to Baxter is “a hugely important piece of infrastructure”. Diesel trains on the unreliable Stony Point line to Baxter will be replaced by electric trains and new additional stations will be built in Frankston East, near Frankston Hospital and Monash University’s peninsula campus, and at Langwarrin. Work would begin next year. “A new station at Frankston East will improve access to Frankston Hospital for patients and families as well as health professionals and it will also and help students get to the local campus of Monash University,” Mr Guy said. “There are two things people in

Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula should know, firstly that the Liberals will duplicate and electrify the rail to Baxter and second, Daniel Andrews and Bill Shorten won’t.”  The state and federal Labor parties have not yet confirmed they will electrify rail to Baxter if in government after the next elections. The Labor state government is undertaking a federally-funded business case study on the proposal. “We hope state and federal Labor get on board soon,” Committee for Greater Frankston president Fred Harrison said. Victorian Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan did not respond to questions about the progress of the business case study or any Labor commitment to the project. Frankston mayor Cr Colin Hampton, a Labor Party member, said Frankston Council welcomes the joint Liberal state and federal commitment to the electrification of the rail line beyond Frankston. “Electrification beyond Frankston station will mean people living further up the line or from the Mornington Peninsula will be able to get on a train at Langwarrin or Baxter and commute directly to Monash University, Frankston Hospital and Frankston Private Hospital, Chisholm TAFE or directly into Melbourne.” Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr Bryan Payne, a Liberal Party member, welcomed a pledge by the Liberals made on the day the Baxter line project was announced to com-

mit $2.5 million each year to run more Route 788 bus services between Portsea and Frankston. “Currently the Route 788 bus carries over half a million passengers annually with current frequencies from 45 minutes to 100 minutes,” Cr Payne said. Federal Dunkley Liberal MP Chris Crewther, whose ultra-marginal electorate will lose the northern part of Baxter to neighbouring Flinders at the next federal election, was one of several Liberal politicians to head to Baxter last Tuesday. Mr Hunt, the federal Flinders MP, was in Mayo in South Australia on 17 July on the by-election campaign trail for Liberal candidate Georgina Downer, announcing more than $1.1 million as federal Health Minister to help people with mental illnesses in regional and rural areas across South Australia. Back in Baxter the Prime Minister was quizzed about his comments earlier on the Tuesday when interviewed by radio station 3AW when he said “Sudanese gangs in Melbourne is an issue”. Mr Turnbull said his government has “zero tolerance for racism” and told 3AW: “There is certainly concern about street crime in Melbourne. There is real concern about Sudanese gangs.” Prime Minister visits: Malcolm Turnbull announces federal and state Liberal pledge to electrify the rail line to Baxter if both win looming elections, Picture: Gary Sissons

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Cliff works wait for break in weather Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au A BREAK in the weather could soon see “surplus” sand at Mt Martha Beach South being used to protect cliffs from erosion at Mt Martha Beach North. The Department of Environment Land, Water and Planning (DELPW) says about 150 cubic metres of sand will be used to fill a “sand tube” of geotextile fabric to be placed between the crumbling cliff and beach boxes. The tube will be held in place between two lines of rocks which, in turn, will form part of a rock revetment, designed to be a more permanent solution to the cliff erosion. Authorities fear that the eroding cliff will eventually threaten the stability of the Esplanade. The beach has for years been subject to severe erosion, losing sand over the winter and seeing beach boxes undermined by the sea. At least five have been demolished over the past year and another half a dozen are either leaving against one another or sagging on their foundations. When built, the beach boxes were close to the foot of the cliff but are now some metres away due to the erosion. Signs say the beach is closed due to the unstable cliffs. DECKING T/Pine 70x22 KD ACQ ........................... $2.40mt T/Pine 90x22 KD ACQ ........................... $3.05mt T/Pine 140x22 KD ACQ ......................... $6.25mt Merbau 70x19 Random ........................ $4.40mt Merbau 90x19 Random ........................ $5.50mt Merbau 140x22 Random .................... $12.50mt

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The costs of retaining the beach and protecting the cliff - $880,000 at this stage - have revived calls from Port Phillip Conservation Council for the beach boxes to be permanently removed from the beach (“Call for beach boxes to go” The News 12/2/18). In 2010, 12,500 cubic metres of sand was moved from Mt Martha South Beach to Mt Martha North but little remained after three years. The Mt Martha North Beach Group, which sees the planned works as going only “some way towards solving our problems”, says a 25 metre long rock groyne north of the beach will prevent further loss of sand. Consultants have put a $330,000 price tag on the groyne (“Call to make a point” The News 5/12/18). Other remedies suggested in a July 2017 report by Water Technology cost up to $4 million. The report warns that by 2040 sea level rises “will make this a difficult location to maintain a beach”. Last week DELWP coastal projects program officer Cass Philippou said “temporary protection” at the toe of the cliff at Mt Martha North Beach “allows the department more time to gather additional geotechnical data to inform the design of the permanent works”. While there are no set sand levels for sand at beaches “there has been a considerable net gain at Mt Martha

South”. “We have recently carried out surveys of both beaches to determine the sand levels, and are confident that either beach can easily cope with the small amount of sand removal (150 m3) that is required for the temporary works,” Ms Philippou said. “The design for the permanent rock revetment at Mt Martha Beach North is expected to be complete by late August. Construction is anticipated to begin in the first half of 2019.” The department’s land and built environment program manager, John Downs said most erosion of cliff faces around Port Phillip “is largely caused by wave erosion at the toe of the cliff” rather than run-off down the slope. He said it was “unlikely” that any loss of vegetation between the Esplanade and toe of the cliff “is having a significant impact on cliff erosion and the geotechnical conditions at Mt Martha North”. “The geotechnical assessment for the Mt Martha North site is still underway and the full analysis, report and recommendations for the revetment design have not yet been provided to DELWP,” Mr Downs said. “However, current advice to DELWP from geotechnical engineers is that they don't believe run-off is a major factor causing erosion or destabilisation of the cliff at this site.”

Shifting sands: Sand will be taken from Mt Martha South Beach, right, to help stop cliff erosion at Mt Martha North Beach. The erosion, above, and landslides is threatening beach boxes and the Esplanade. A sign erected by Mornington Peninsula Shires says the beach is closed. Pictures: Keith Platt

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Anniversary of murders chance to help Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au A MEMORIAL to remember the three victims of the 1993 Frankston murders will be held this month amid a community-led push to now help the “unknown victim” of the murders. Jake Blair, now 25, was just 12 days old when his mother, Debbie Fream, 22, was murdered in 1993 by Paul Denyer who also killed Elizabeth Stevens, 18, and Natalie Russell, 17. In this year of the 25th anniversary of the murders, true crime book author Vikki Petraitis has updated her bestselling The Frankston Murders book to remind people of the lives lost and the ongoing impact on the victims’ families. “I really want to tell their story now because people want to know how they are,” Petraitis said. Finding out what happened to “baby Jake” 25 years after his mother’s murder is part of the updated book entitled The Frankston Murders, 25 Years On published by Clan Destine Press. “Baby Jake was on the front page of every newspaper — a 12-day-old baby,” she said. “I found him and interviewed him and he’s led a really tough life and a diminished life from what he could perhaps have had if his mother hadn’t been taken.” Mr Blair now resides in Mount Gambier in South Australia. Petraitis said “he’s now really alone and feels very isolated” after the death of father Garry in 2012 at the age of just 43. The Frankston Community No-

Looking back: True crime author has updated Frankston Murders book to never forget families’ hurt. Pic: Supplied

ticeboard group on Facebook have organised a memorial on Monday 30 July at “Nat’s Track” in Skye Road, Frankston at the track named for Natalie Russell. Her parents, Brian and Carmel Russell, will attend the memorial ceremony.  An online “Give ‘Baby Jake’ a Future” campaign has also been launched to coincide with the 25th-anniversary memorial. “We’re raising money to get him back on his feet,” Petraitis said. “What I’ve found is every time you ask something of someone, people are brilliant … people want to direct their

feelings somehow. “How about helping Jake back on his feet?” The author hopes Mr Blair can attend the memorial but knows he may find it difficult to do so. “I’d be honoured to meet him.” Petraitis said the 25th anniversary of the murders, updated Frankston Murders book and memorial is a chance to remind politicians that Paul Denyer should not be released from jail in five years’ time. He was initially sentenced to life without parole but this was reduced to 30 years with the possibility of release on appeal. “We need to get this story out because we need to remind the government that Paul Denyer can never ever get out of jail,” Petraitis said. She hopes the updated book can let younger people know about the longlasting impact of the murders on the victims’ families. “It occurred to me that there’s a whole generation of people under 30 and this really has happened outside their lived experience and memory. “Don’t ever forget what and who he took.” n A 25th anniversary memorial of the Frankston murders will be held at Nat’s Track, Skye Road, Frankston on Monday 30 July, 3pm. See au.gofundme.com and search for “Give Baby Jake a future” to contribute to the fundraising campaign “to raise money to give him a new start, to help him find a place to live, and give him a chance to find work, or perhaps further his education.”

A mother and lives lost An extract from The Frankston Murders, 25 Years On by Vikki Petraitis available at clandestinepress.com. au and bookstores: ‘Jake was in the third grade at a primary school in Warrnambool when he became aware that he didn’t have a mother. He walked to school by himself and one day, a classmate asked him why he didn’t get dropped off to school by his mum. Little Jake had never given it much thought because you can’t miss what you never had. But the boy’s question startled him. His dad, Garry, had partners over the years, but Jake never called them mum; he always referred to them by their first names. Jake’s heart started to race towards panic as the understanding crashed down on him; he didn’t

have a mother of his own. In the anxiety attack that followed, Jake’s teacher sent him to the principal’s office to wait, while the school called his dad to come and pick him up. When he got to school, Garry Blair talked to the principal while Jake waited outside. He couldn’t hear what they were talking about. Walking home together was the perfect opportunity to raise the question of his mother, but young Jake read his father’s mood, and said nothing. Garry didn’t either. It took him a couple of days before he raised it with his son. Garry’s explanation was full of holes that even a third-grader could see. Your mother was taken… there are bad people out there…be careful… To Jake, it created a land of shadows around his mysterious missing mother.’

Mother’s pride: Baby Jake was born in 1993 and has faced a tough life since Debbie Fream’s murder when he was 12 days old.

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New members welcome: Lyn Geer, Trish Brooks, Sue Purnell, Edna Burwash. Picture: Yanni

Women meet to form a VIEW VIEW club members are gearing up to open a branch on the southern Mornington Peninsula. Meetings for prospective members will be held at the Rosebud Country Club, 207 Boneo Road, Rosebud, on Thursday 9 August, Thursday 13 September, and Thursday 11 October. The meetings will be at 11am for coffee and then lunch in the bistro. Past national vice-president Lyn Geer said VIEW clubs aimed to give women the opportunity to “make new friends, give back to the community and be part of a leading Australian women’s volunteer organisation”. She said VIEW stood for the voice,

interests and education of women. It is a valued contributor to The Smith Family, a national children’s education charity, which has a network of 320 clubs across Australia. The organisation was excited to be establishing a club here, Ms Geer said. “The Smith Family is soon to move into the Frankston area to provide support for disadvantaged children. “Joining our southern peninsula VIEW Club is the perfect opportunity to meet regularly with other likeminded women, establish networks and help The Smith Family make life-changing differences to children and their families.”

Ms Geer said VIEW members volunteered their time and talent for The Smith Family, such as helping children with their homework in afterschool Learning Clubs, mentoring students, or raising funds for toys and books for disadvantaged children. VIEW clubs also host social events, including fashion parades, gala dinners and conferences. “We are always looking for women from all backgrounds and ages to join us and we look forward to welcoming a whole range of new faces to the club,” she said. Details: 0409 145 073 or 9455 0941 or visit view.org.au

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Kitted out: Brodie Harper encourages people to nominate for first aid awards. Picture: Supplied

sible,” Mr Botwright said. “Last year alone we trained over 187,901 Victorian school children and reached over 313,337 people across Victoria. “It only takes one person to save a life. We think it is important these unsung heroes are acknowledged for their extraordinary acts of service”. Nominations close on 22 August. Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony, honouring Victorians incredible acts of First Aid ahead of World First Aid day on 7 September. The Award winners will be chosen by a panel of judges, with one entrant taking home the overall Victorian First Aid Champion of the Year Award. See stjohnvic.com.au/champions or call 8588 8590 to nominate.

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NEWS DESK Handover: Safety Beach Coast Guard’s Bill Patterson, Rod Keller and Mark Brookes with Paul Nitas, of Hillview Quarries. Picture: Gary Sissons

Boating safety gets a helping hand BOATIES and bathers will be better protected on the water this summer after Safety Beach Coast Guard took delivery of a refurbished boat courtesy of Hillview Quarries. The gift has come about after flotilla sponsorship officer Bill Patterson and commander Mark Brookes approached Hillview Quarries CEO Paul Nitas. He agreed to provide $20,000 to upgrade an ageing twin-hulled vessel previously donated to the flotilla that was in need of a major refurbishment before it could be used for on-water training and rescues. The funding went on hull repairs, steering system upgrade, revamp of the navigational equipment, trailer modifications and a repaint with new signage. Now Safety Beach Coast Guard is ready for action with two vessels: a larger main boat and the more nimble twin-hull – thanks to Hillview Quarries. The flotilla is one of 19 safeguarding the boating public and carrying out search-and-rescues in southern Port Phillip Bay and out into Bass Strait. The club says its 80 members urgently need equipment to cater for increased demand for help and training of crews and skippers.

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Man arrested after stabbing Continued from Page 1 Detective Montgomery said following the alleged assault on the paramedic the man allegedly used a small axe to smash the windows of a car in Ninth Avenue, Rosebud; used the axe to smash the window of a takeaway food store in Pt Nepean Road while the owners cowered inside and pleaded with him that they were closed; and then stole a car from outside the Rosebud Hotel before crashing it into a tree opposite. The man then allegedly threatened those trying to help him out of the car with a hammer and the axe before running off and hiding on the foreshore. Detective Montgomery said the man was finally arrested by Rosebud police after passers-by saw him outside the station holding a knife, 2.45am. The man complained of an injured leg and was taken to Dandenong Hospital for treatment where he was held under guard before being interviewed and charged five days later.

Glass everywhere: Police estimate up to $2000 damage was done to Nepean Liberal candidate Russell Joseph’s Holden sedan in the random attack. Pictures: Supplied

ASPIRING politician Russell Joseph was “inadvertently caught up” in the drama which unfolded in Rosebud, Friday 13 July, when an off-duty paramedic was stabbed, shop windows smashed, cars crashed and traders huddled in fear. The Nepean Liberal candidate had left his Ninth Avenue office about 7pm and stepped into the dark street. “The street light was not working but I could see police standing around my car and heard the commotion and wondered what was going on,” he said. “Then I saw the car’s smashed windscreen, smashed side and rear windows … there was glass everywhere …” He was told a man – at that time still on the run after allegedly assaulting

the paramedic – had used a tomahawk to cause up to $2000 damage to his Holden sedan. “It was certainly a shock. On an otherwise peaceful evening in Rosebud, some guy on a drug fuelled bender had trashed my car, stabbed a woman, threatened another with a tomahawk, trashed another car and assaulted an ambo,” he said. “He is now thankfully in custody, and as far as I know the other victims are doing as well as can be expected.” While saying he’d “had better days” he said the trauma was “nothing compared to that experienced by the paramedic”. “I really feel for her,” he said.

Armed robbery and assault charges follow Sorrento break-in A ST ANDREWS Beach man has been charged with aggravated burglary after allegedly breaking into a Sorrento house and stealing cash, phone, iPad and attempting to steal a car, Thursday 12 July. Residents at the Hotham Road house awoke to noises and looked outside to see a man sitting in the driver’s seat of their Holden station wagon as it rolled down the driveway.

Detective Sergeant Rohan Brock said the residents confronted the man and attempted to hold him until police arrived. When he became agitated they were forced to let him go although they did manage to retrieve the iPad, cash and phone. The next day, Friday 13 July, police arrested a man, 23, in Rosebud after he allegedly threatened a man, 50, with a knife, and hid in a shed. He

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Village shops reject plastic bags ENVIRONMENT group BERG Mt Martha is pleased that the major supermarkets have stopped handing customers single-use plastic bags but says there is “still a long way to go” in “the war on waste”. BERG adopted the Clean, Green Mt Martha slogan last year when it began campaigning against the use of plastic bags. “The first step was gradually to introduce the program to the community,” project officer Liz Barraclough said. “Most traders came on board, particularly the biggest shop IGA. “But even though we can celebrate most of Mt Martha Village going single-use plastic bag free, there is still a long way to go. “It’s terrific to see so many Mt Martha shoppers using their own bags or just carrying out their few items, and happily supporting the change”, Ms Barraclough said. The group’s campaign included promoting the documentary A Plastic Ocean;

Carrying out litter audits of Balcombe Estuary; and, inviting local traders to a meeting to get them to agree on a plan of action. Ms Barraclough said ABC-TV’s War on Waste series “also inspired residents to be more aware of what goes into their garbage bins”. BERG MM and Mt Martha Boomerang Bags held an information display outside Mt Martha IGA to highlight the plastic pollution problem, suggesting such alternatives as compostable dog poo bags, paper straws, bubbles instead of balloons, fabric shopping and fruit bags. Boomerang Bags gave away 40 re-usable shopping bags sewn by volunteers from fabric scraps and remnants. Boomerang Bags are available free or for a donation at White Vase, in Mt Martha Village, or The Briars office. Boomerang Bag sewing bees are held 1-4pm Mondays at Mt Martha Community House. Details: boomerangbags.mm@gmail.com

Game ready: The Briars Heritage Croquet Club president Lewis Gordon and young croquet enthusiast Oscar Scheen all set for action at The Briars, Mt Martha. Picture: Maureen Gordon, Oscar’s grandmother

Heritage lawn for croquet THE rinks have been laid, membership is growing and the first association croquet club in Mt Martha is ready for play. The Briars Heritage Croquet Club secretary Maureen Gordon said the new club would enhance the history of the Briars and its original occupants, as well as providing a great outdoor activity for all age groups. She said club members had raised money to resurrect the original croquet lawn, thanks to the “tireless efforts” of executive members Maureen and Lewis Gordon, Beverley Treloar, Ross Bayley, members Victor Sullivan and Ursula

Drennan, supporters Valerie Gardiner and Geoffrey Swain, as well as The Briars staff and local businesses. They had obtained a lease for play and maintenance of the new court from Mornington Peninsula Shire. “Membership is growing and qualified coaching is available for a challenging fun game in a splendid environment,” she said. Ms Gordon said the Victorian Croquet Association was encouraging councils to promote croquet. She said Mornington Peninsula Shire had made a $3000 grant. Details: call 97814118.

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Guards march off job at naval base “These guards are highly-trained, professional staff who do incredibly important work protecting our men and women in uniform, as well as patients and health professionals, and yet their pay has been squeezed for the last two years,” Mr Walsh said. “They do not deserve this kind of disrespect. “They will do whatever it takes to win jobs they can count on.” Mr Walsh said the action caused significant disruption at HMAS Cerberus as well as at other Defence sites, including the Australian Geospatial Intelligence site at Bendigo, Simpson Barracks, Defence Fisherman’s Bend and the Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Maribyrnong. “There is a risk that if the action escalates, operations on some bases would be shut down,” he said. Wilson Security was invited to comment on the action. HMAS Cerberus would not comment. Stephen Taylor

GUARDS employed by Wilson Security walked off the job at HMAS Cerberus, Crib Point last week to protest changes to workplace rules. The action resulted in bans on visitor checks, on-site patrols, bag and vehicle checks and training. Industrial action elsewhere affected Defence sites across the state as well as at hospitals, offices, stations, and factories. The guards, members of United Voice, are angry at what they claim are “broken bargaining rules in the security industry and across the workforce”. They say they have been negotiating with Wilson on pay and job security for a year and a half. United Voice Victorian secretary Jess Walsh said Wilson had imposed a two-year pay freeze on the guards and sought to introduce a two-tier pay structure as a way of pushing new guards on to the award minimum. He said it was the third time guards had taken industrial action in recent months, and was “the most widespread action to date”.

Butt out at beaches BUTTS are out at beaches, says Rye environmental activist Josie Jones. Ms Jones says litter surveys counted 31,000 cigarette butts on the streets and foreshore over the past year which, “for a small coastal town of just over 12,000 residents, is 85 butts a day”. “From November each year, the surge of visitors increases by 1400 per cent and, with them, comes litter,” Ms Jones said. “With 95 per cent of beach litter coming via stormwater, getting butts in bins is so important.” The Only Butt campaign began rolling out in Rye last week. Bin posters were put up, posters and letters put in shops and 10 Enviropole freestanding ashtrays installed for the use of smokers. The mayor Cr Bryan Payne has joined the campaign to help educate smokers on the ills of littering. “We hope to inspire littering smokers to change their ritual and get butts in bins and off our streets,” he said. The campaign will run until the election of the next mayor in November and will be taking litter audits, surveys and making a short film on littering. The Only Butt has been put forward for a community award for Keep Australia Beautiful in which head Judge Robbie Rae visited the shire a fortnight ago. “She loved the campaign and thought it was a clever way to engage the community on a serious subject,” Ms Jones said.

‘Albo’ by the bay Snip and tuck: Volunteers prune roses at the Mornington Botanical Rose Gardens. Pictures: Supplied

Secateurs at the ready … VOLUNTEERS pruned more than 4000 rose bushes at Mornington Botanical Rose Gardens last week – and then enjoyed dinner. Fine weather on Saturday 14 July and a bracing breeze off Port Phillip on the Sunday made the annual pruning weekend enjoyable for the volunteers and visitors. Free pruning demonstrations by the Rose Society of Victoria attracted 65 enthusiasts over the two days. To join the group call Ron 0459 032 497.

THE federal opposition’s spokesman for infrastructure, transport, cities and regional development, Anthony “Albo” Albanese, will be guest speaker at a lunch at the McClelland Gallery on Tuesday 31 July. Mr Albanese will address members and guests of the Committee for Greater Frankston, including Frankston and Mornington Peninsula local government representatives, and will cover his recently announced City Partnerships program, which he said would foster “genuine collaboration between the three levels of government” to tackle urban growth. Committee CEO Ginevra Hosking said Mr Albanese would be asked how a Labor federal government would assist decision-makers deal with “access to jobs, nurturing successful competitive industry sectors in health and advanced manufacturing, extending the metropolitan train line, and improving car parking”. Details: www.trybooking.com/WYVL

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YOUR COUNTRY ESTATE AWAITS PROUDLY set in the popular Kinfauns Estate, this quality rural-residential property encompasses a stately double storey home surrounded by 5058 square metres of beautifully landscaped gardens. Venturing along the paved, brick-lined driveway, past the silver birch trees, you start to get your first sense of the space, tranquillity and character this grand home can provide. A welcoming formal entry greets you upon arrival with a glamorous stair case ready to whisk you up to the four bedrooms. To the left as you enter is a huge study and to the right is a fine formal lounge and dining room which affords a wonderful view through the handsome bay window across the front gardens. The superb family zone opens before you with a crisp white kitchen showcasing a sharp contrast with glistening black granite bench tops. The kitchen also has a walk in pantry and stainlesssteel appliances include a dishwasher. From the adjoining family meals there is a handy rumpus room that can be closed off for movie night, and a neatly paved undercover entertaining area overlooks the securely fenced in-ground pool. Heading upstairs and a versatile third living area and main bathroom both complement the four bedrooms which include the larger master bedroom with walk-in robe and a handsome ensuite with double vanity. The external features to the property are equally impressive with a double lock up garage under roof line and a huge machinery shed in the south corner has two large roller doors. Come the warmer months, the lovely salt-chlorinated pool will definitely be the place to entertain with family and friends. Securely set behind automatic gates and on a fully-fenced block, this grand manor is your opportunity to purchase a country style estate, yet still be within minutes drive of schools and shopping.n

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ADDRESS: 26 Sandstone Island Circle, BITTERN FOR SALE $1,200,000 - $1,320,000 DESCRIPTION: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 4 car INSPECT: By Appointment AGENT: Jason Dowler 0403 598 754, Harcourts JT & Co Real Estate, 10/14 High Street, Hastings, 5970 7333 mpnews.com.au

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Auction this Sat.

Capel Sound 65 Broadway

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* Approx. 725m2 block located 300m from beach * Renovated , re-tiled, re painted, re carpeted * 3 robed bedrooms, open plan living & kitchen * Reverse cycle heating & cooling * Single garage * Currently tenanted until Sep 2018

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Set in a quiet and residential pocket of Capel Sound close to schools, parks and transport, this substantial home is set on a 785sqm (approx) lot. * Vaulted ceilings to formal dining room * Sunken lounge * Open plan kitchen and family room * Covered entertaining deck * Ducted heating and split system air-conditioning * Double garage

Clare Black 0409 763 261 Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Rosebud 5986 8880

Auction this Sat.

Capel Sound 64 Curlew Drive

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Auction this Sat.

Rosebud 99 First Avenue

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AUCTION Saturday 28th July at 12:30pm

* Updated weatherboard home on approx. 390m2 * Open plan kitchen, living and dining area * Plenty of natural light * Two bedrooms - master with built in robes * Single lock up garage * Split system air conditioning * Perfectly suited to first home buyers & down sizers looking for convenient single level living

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Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

Auction this Sat.

McCrae 40 Hillman Avenue

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AUCTION Saturday 28th July at 2:00pm

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CONTACT

Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Clare Black 0409 763 261 Rosebud 5986 8880

CONTACT

* Approx. 940m2 flat corner allotment * Formal and informal living & dining areas * Three bedrooms with built-in robes As Advertised * Well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 * Sunny under cover deck and landscaped grounds Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 * Double lock-up garage * Side rear access for boat or caravan Rosebud 5986 8880

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Rosebud 272a Jetty Road

Rosebud 22 Brendel Street

VACANT LAND Set back from the street providing privacy, backing onto the sought after area of Inglewood Crescent and amongst other quality residences is this flat allotment, clear of trees , of approximately 821sqm. The extra wide driveway will accommodate access of larger vehicles, boats and caravans comfortably and accounts for approx. 260sqm of the total area. Leaving you with a more than generous allotment of 561sq, approx. to build your dream home upon. Further to this, there is an opportunity to subdivide (stca) and build 2 residences.

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FOR SALE PRICE $435,000 - $465,000 CONTACT

Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Nestled in an enviable location only 250 meters to the AUCTION foreshore reserve and crystal clear waters of Port Phillip Saturday 4th August at 2:00pm Bay which subject to council approval is subdivisible INSPECT As Advertised * 581sqm approximately CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 * Open plan kitchen Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 * Double garage * Potential subdivision with 2 street frontages – STCA Rosebud 5986 8880 * Walking distance to beach and shops With demand constant for quality homes walking distance to the beach, schools, public transport, shops and restaurants, this is the perfect find for developers or those looking to land bank for the future.

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Rosebud 102 Seventh Avenue

Capel Sound 21 The Helm

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* Tucked away on a 360sqm block * Two good size bedrooms * Open plan carpeted living and dining area. * Light filled kitchen. * Separate laundry and bathroom * Gas wall heating. * Undercover rear patio area * Single car garage with two roller doors * Rental return approx $320pw

PRICE $455,000 - $480,000 CONTACT

Clare Black 0409 763 261 Trent Archibald 0481 219 848 Rosebud 5986 8880

Capel Sound 1 Karoonda Street

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* 3BR home on (approx.) 670m2 block * Formal living and separate dining * Updated central bathroom * Single car port and double garage * Perfect for first home buyer or investor

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Situated in a quiet avenue, close to shops, foreshore, AUCTION schools and public transport is this updated home on a Saturday 11th August at 12:30pm 580sqm approx. allotment As Advertised * Master suite with built in robes, two guest bedrooms INSPECT * Polished boards throughout living and entry CONTACT Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 * Open plan kitchen/living/dining, AC and gas heating Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 * New kitchen with s/steel appliances Rosebud 5986 8880 Being in such a sought after location, this home will appeal to first home buyers and down-sizers.

Rye 18 Higgins Court

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Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Set atop a natural outlook with sweeping 180 degree views toward Bass Strait and the Cape Schanck lighthouse, this home is on an approx. 2900sqm lot. * Formal lounge with private deck * Master with WIR & ensuite * Open plan kitchen and living area flooded with light * Wrap around deck with spectacular views * Gas ducted heating and split system air-conditioning * Double carport

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FOR SALE PRICE $895,000 – $975,000 CONTACT

Paul Cunnington 0457 047 962 Tullie Roberts 0432 281 566 Rosebud 5986 8880

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Capel Sound 1-3, 32 Woyna Avenue

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* Approx. 70m to the Capel Sound foreshore * Architecturally designed 3BR townhouses * Formal / informal living zones * Refrigerated cooling and ducted heating * Kitchen with s/steel appliances * Luxurious bathrooms * Oak laminate timber flooring * Double & single remote sectional doors * Brand new turn key with full landscaping * 6 star energy rating * Estimated completion date April / May 2019

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FOR SALE PRICE Unit 1 $735,000 Units 2 & 3 $685,000 CONTACT

Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Clare Black 0409 763 261 Rosebud 5986 8880

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* Single level 3BR, 2.5 bathroom houses * Parking for two cars * Self titled, own land * Walk to the Beach, Plaza and Restaurant Precinct * Timber floors * Kitchen with stone benches & glass splash backs * 6 star energy rating * 7 year structural * 50 year frame warranty * Ducted heating, reverse cycle air-conditioning * Remote lock up garages with internal access * Fully landscaped * MASSIVE STAMP DUTY SAVINGS

FOR SALE PRICE Contact Agents INSPECT

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Clare Black 0409 763 261 Craig Leo 0412 502 938 Rosebud 5986 8880

Rosebud 54 Murray Anderson Road

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Residential, Land, Commercial, Rural, Industrial - Since 1946

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RYE 19 Woomera Street

93 Fawkner Avenue PRIME BACK BEACH LOCATION

ESCAPE FROM IT ALL Offering superb tree-top and valley views, this immaculately presented weatherboard residence is bathed in natural light. Featuring 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms including ensuite, there is a separate study and a spacious open plan living area showcasing a modern, well appointed kitchen overlooking the dining and lounge which has a fireplace and polished timber floors. A second lounge provides additional space to enjoy and configure as desired. A key feature here is the ease of indoor to outdoor living that can be enjoyed with a generous, full width deck ideal for entertaining.

When the beach is within a five minute stroll and you can easily walk to the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron, Koonya Store and the Back Beach, you would have to agree that this property is in a prime location. You also have a well presented, contemporary style 3BR brick veneer residence which includes a bright kitchen and family area with cathedral ceiling and sliding doors that open to a paved outdoor terrace. A separate lounge room has an open fire place, there are two bathrooms, and to the front of the home is a double carport.

Contact: Mark Prentice 0408 117 772

For Sale $790,000 - $820,000 Contact: Michael Prentice 0417 369 235

TOOTGAROOK 14 Mathis Avenue

RYE 11 Sinclair Street

NEAT AS A PIN

CENTRAL TOWN LOCATION

Immaculately presented home ideal for first home buyers, investors or the perfect lock and leave weekender. Bathed in natural sunlight the home offers 3 big bedrooms, central bathroom, open plan kitchen dining living area and lock up garage with extra space ideal for the boat or caravan. Features gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling, bore water and solar panels. Set on a lovely flat block with gorgeous garden surrounds this home is a must see to fully appreciate.

If it’s position you want, it’s position you get with the pub, club, shops and beach all within a 500m stroll of this weatherboard residence situated on a 1077m2 allotment. Designed to accommodate friends and family there are 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms including 2 ensuites, 2 living areas, central kitchen and dining, ducted heating and double carport. A spacious rear yard is ideal for the kids to play whilst in full view of those relaxing in the spa or enjoying a BBQ on the rear deck. This complete retreat also enjoys a track record of short term rental income. A fantastic, prime township opportunity.

For Sale: $545,000 - $595,000 Contact: Michael Christodoulou 0419 003 685

2395 Point Nepean Road, Rye.

Ph 5985 2351

78 Ocean Beach Road, Sorrento. Ph 5984 4177 mpnews.com.au

For Sale $795,000 Contact: Michael Prentice 0417 369 235

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SAFETY BEACH

BLAIRGOWRIE

24 Shipman Street

4 Bed l 2 Bath l 2 Car

30 South Harbour Esplanade 3 Bed l 2 Bath l 2 Car

“The Pelican”

Ever Changing Views

Renovated to perfection with attention to detail paramount, this beautifully presented home offers all the feel and style Coastal life on the Peninsula offers. The well designed floor plan centers around the open kitchen and dining area with soaring ceiling which flows seamlessly through bi-fold doors onto the alfresco area.

This architecturally designed 4 bedroom 2 bathroom family home cleverly combines design and high end finishes with effortless flow including hydronic heating, feature fireplace, floorboards and lounge area capturing an abundance of natural light offering a range of indoor/outdoor living opportunities. A forever changing view 30 South Harbour is a must see.

Price: $1,100,000 - $1,150,000 Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

Price: $1,175,000 - $1,290,000 Contact: Jules Alexander 0401 255 555

RYE

5 Noel Street

RYE 4A Iolanda Street

Nautica – The Seaside Escape

A LITTLE SLICE OF HEAVEN

This stunning brand new home boasts open plan living at its finest, offering exceptional indoor-outdoor living making it ideal for entertaining or just relaxing beside the pool. Located in a quiet street and only minutes from the beach and the Rye shopping precinct, the property presents as an envious permanent home or luxurious holiday escape.

As soon as you enter the gates there is a welcoming yet private feel attached to the property. Picturesque landscape, the ambience mimics inviting peaceful lifestyle. The moment you walk into the home you feel a sense of pride. Open plan living light and airy exposure, bringing the outside landscape indoors 3 bedrooms neutral palette.

Prices From: $950,000 - $1,050,000 Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

Price: $665,000 - $715,000 Contact: Jules Alexander 0401 255 555

RYE 18 Valentine Street

SAFTEY BEACH 116 Clipper Quay

Quiet Bush Setting

Waterside Waterfront Within Iconic Martha Cove

3 Bed l 4 Bath l 2 Car

3 Bed l 1 Bath l 1 Car

3 Bed l 1 Bath l 1 Car

Vacant Land

Situated in a quiet street on an elevated block of approx 753sqm, this delightful Western Red Cedar home has loads of potential as a peaceful holiday escape or great investment property. Split level design with 3 bedrooms all with built in robes. Main bedroom, open kitchen/dining and family bathroom on the upper level, living room with gas heating and 2 bedrooms on the lower level.

This highly desirable piece of land is east facing to the waterways with a 12 metre pontoon. An ever changing view to the Marina. A well sought after location 116 Clipper Quay will allow you to live the dream.

Price:$580,000 to $610,000 Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

Price: Contact Agent Contact: Jules Alexander 0401 255 555

RYE

SAFETY BEACH

1 Avon Road 3 Bed l 1 Bath

27 Ragamuffin Point Vacant Land

Back Beach Beckons!

Going Going....

Located in the highly sought after Rye Back Beach area, this property presents as a renovation project or re-development opportunity making the most of the generous 941sqm block. Conveniently positioned near the Dundas St shops and only minutes’ walk to the ocean it’s ideal for those looking for the Back Beach lifestyle.

North facing to the water. Much sought after waterfront land Martha Cove Marina. Recognised as the Peninsula’s Dress Circle. • 736 sqm • Water and electricity connected to pontoon • Berth entitlement of 13.6 metres • Large pontoon included • 17.05 frontage 43.14 length

Price: $590,000 - $640,000 Contact: Brendan Adams 0419 566 944

Price: Contact Agent Contact: Jules Alexander 0401 255 555

Call the team that gets you the best result! When you list your property with an Eview Group agent, you list with the entire multi-brand network, exposing your property to more buyers and achieving better results. 2361 Point Nepean Road, Rye | 1377 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud | 5985 0000 | rye.eview.com.au mpnews.com.au

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Adam King 0422 337 337

Rosebud 5986 8188

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14/183 Eastbourne Road, Rosebud

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1/17 Bass Avenue, Rosebud

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Adam King 0422 337 337

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18 Arthurs Avenue, McCrae

48 Besgrove Street, Rosebud

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15 Dunsmuir Drive, Rosebud

MAKE THIS YOUR NEW FAMILY HOME

Three bedroom home with polished floors and solid brick throughout. Two bedrooms have BIR’s, separate bathroom plus separate shower, toilet and laundry. Kitchen with electric stove & breakfast bar opens to the lounge and dining room with ‘split system air conditioning. Also, a great extra room off the main living area could be a sunroom or possible 3rd bedroom. Off to the side of the house is a large carport with remote control roller door. All located in a quiet street just behind the RSL club.

This well maintained property raised on the hill to capture water views. Spacious light filled open plan living area, which leads to a generous balcony. This three bedroom home hosts a spacious kitchen & dining room, central bathroom, second shower & WC. Delightful & private rear garden to relax in. Carport. Positioned so close to shops, cafes and beach, you can leave the car at home! Book your inspection today.

$350 per week AVAILABLE NOW

$380 per week AVAILABLE NOW

Rentals 5986 8188

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9-11 Fifth Avenue Rosebud

A LITTLE PIECE OF PARADISE

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25 Evans Street, Rye

110 Rosebud Parade, Rosebud

3 BEDROOM HOME AMONGST THE TI-TREES Located in a quiet street only minutes to the ocean beach. 3 bedrooms featuring lovely high ceilings, exposed timber beams, light filled lounge and open plan kitchen/dining area. This home boasts a generous undercover area at the rear for entertaining and a large double garage with a paved area big enough to park 4 cars or your boat and caravan. Inspections will impress.

PERFECT PACKAGE Ideally situated tucked behind Rosebud shops within walking distance to the beach & RSL & a 2 minute drive from the freeway. Three spacious bedrooms, with brand new carpet & freshly painted throughout, neat as a pin. Gas heating, split system heating & cooling, bathroom with separate bath & shower & a large yard. Is this not the perfect package?

$360 per week AVAILABLE NOW

$340 per week AVAILABLE NOW

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144 Seventh Avenue, Rosebud

41 Elizabeth Avenue, Capel Sound

FRESH AND CLEAN This wonderfully presented home is freshly cleaned and painted awaiting your arrival. Featuring 3 bedrooms,1 bathroom and the convenience of heating & cooling. With a fully fenced yard, low maintenance garden and shed for storage this ticks all the boxes. Inspect now!

CLEAN AND COSY HOME Situated across from Vern Wright reserve is this cosy 3 bedroom home. Featuring polished floorboards throughout, large barkyard for the kids and fully fenced. A separate laundry with second shower & WC & light filled living and kitchen area complete this home. Extra storage also available in the garden shed

$320 per week AVAILABLE NOW

$330 per week AVAILABLE NOW

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266 Jetty Road, Rosebud

11 Davey Avenue, Dromana

THE ENTERTAINER This three bedroom family home is not to be missed. This is living on a luxury scale. First impressions are important & this amazing driveway will be sure to leave you feeling impressed. Set far back from the road on this half an acre block is a wraparound drive way. Property features a bar for entertainment, beautiful kitchen, four large bedrooms & two bathrooms, this property has it all. All that’s left to do is…. Move in!

FAMILY HOME IN PARADISE Stunning home in sought after Dromana, close to shops, beach, transport & freeway entrance! This stunning 4 bedroom home has it all. Large master with ensuite & walk in robe, remaining bedrooms have built in robes. Open plan kitchen, lounge & dining. Tiled throughout with carpet in the bedrooms. Ducted heating & evap cooling to ensure comfort all year round. Low maintenance rear yard & beautifully manicured front yard with garden maintenance included.

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• Brilliant business catering to the enjoyment for children • Parents relax whilst children play • Located next door to major retailer • Solid bookings for children’s parties • Growing business in high growth residential region

• Great takings with low rent • Popular business with regular customers in prime Rye location • Sushi wholesale to schools, cafes and restaurants • Trading 7 days for lunch and dinner • Large commercial kitchen with walk-in coolroom and freezer • Current owner happy to assist and train new owners if required.

Sale Price: $70,000 WIWO Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Sale Price: $85,000 + SAV Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

Business Sale - Mount Eliza

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Mount Eliza Café

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For Sale – Mornington

• Perfectly positioned in the heart of town • Exceptional , brand new fit out with large commercial kitchen • This business ticks all the boxes so move quickly • Solid takings and great lease package

• Highly successful business with excellent takings • Situated directly opposite beach on highly visible corner location • Established regular clientele supporting the business throughout the year • Indoor and outdoor seating • Excellent lease package available

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For Sale: $180,000 + SAV Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

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• Superior brand recognition • Thriving reputation in the area with growing clientele • Strong social media presence with an engaged, energetic following • Sensational and elegant 80sqm salon with 10 stations, 3 basins plus retail and reception space • Highly effective systems in place to ensure a smooth transition and ongoing profitability • Fully computerized industry standard software to enable off site management

Sale Price: $300,000 + SAV Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

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Sale Price $295,000+SAV Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454 Alisha Maestrale 0400 700 169

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• Well established business of over 20 years with loyal customer base. • Great potential for further expansion • Specialising in stockfeeds, pet supplies and garden products • Located in an area with rich agricultural heritage and an abundance of small farms, hobby farms, keen gardeners and pet owners. • Ideally suited to owner/operator or business owner in related field.

Sale Price: $59,000 (Fit Out Only) Lease Price: $5,050pcm+GST+OG Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

Properties For Lease

For Sale or Lease - Mornington

OFFICES FOR LEASE (Mornington unless specified) From $195pw

2/10 Blamey Place - varying sizes 6/356 Main Street - 105sqm

$2,950pcm+GST+OG

11 Railway Grove – Varying sizes

Price On Application

4/15 Carbine Way - From 12sqm Suite 2, Level 3/28 Main Street -14sqm

Bar and Home Brewing Equipment • Bar shop specialising in home brewing supplies and everything to decorate your man cave • Located on busy Tyabb Road • Extensive customer base. • Huge potential to expand this business

Sale Price: $60,000 + SAV Contact: Andrew Walsh 0419 889 353

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How Does Your Restaurant Look Here? • Long Term Lease till 2035 • New entry to Mornington Cinema • Exceptional Fitout • Ready for you to make your mark

Sale Price: $150,000 Contact: Kevin Wright 0417 564 454 Alisha Maestrale 0400 700 169

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• Opposite Beluera Hill Hospital, these are a great investment opportunity for a super fund • Built to top medical standards with medical permit for 2 practitioners at any one time

Lease & Sale Price available upon application Contact: Alisha Maestrale 0400 700 169 Kevin Wright 0417 564 454

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SHOPS FOR LEASE (Mornington unless specified) 897 Pt Nepean Road Rosebud – 180sqm

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STORAGE - 18/10 Blamey Pl, Mornignton - 17.5sqm $480pcm+GST MEDICAL - 1052 Nepean Highway

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For Sale A Quality Ledlin Development 75 Clifton Grove, Carrum Downs

ON LY 2 LEFT

ON LY 4 LEFT

5 Speedwell Street, Somerville

Sizes 215 - 435sqm*

Sizes 236 - 472sqm*

High quality finishes with many extras (contact agents for inclusions list) Strong Investment potential/ popular rental size and location Construction commenced, due for completion late 2018 *(approx.) For a copy of plans, prices and inclusions contact Josh or James.

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Josh Monks 0409 335 179 James Dodge 0488 586 896 1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs

AMAZING MOUNT ELIZA RURAL LAND A MAGNIFICENT 7.96 hectares of land on the corner of Nepean Highway and Oakbank Road, rising gently to a spot amongst mature gum trees where you get a northerly view over the countryside with glimpses of Port Phillip Bay. Some of the possible uses for the site with a permit from council could include a prestige home with plenty of room for horses or other livestock, a winery with cellar door sales and restaurant or a school. Green Wedge is sensitively managed, and objectives in the Planning Scheme set out uses such as farming activities, productive agriculture, and recognition of recreational and tourism opportunities. It is a strategic corner – opposite Bata Shoes and established residential - that has been held by investors for the last 47 years, but now offered for sale by expressions of Interest that close at the Mornington office of Nichols Crowder at 2 pm on Wednesday, 1st August. n

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1168 - 1184 Nepean Highway, MOUNT ELIZA FOR SALE: By Expression Of Interest AGENT: Tom Crowder, 0438 670 300, Nichols Crowder, 4/230 Main Street, Mornington, 5925 6005

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Friday 3rd August at 11am 53 & 53A Beach Street, Frankston

Shop 23 Lakeview Shopping Centre Gladesville Blvd, Patterson Lakes

Double Investment on Beach

A Beautiful Investment

2 shops on 2 Titles to be sold together 53 Beach Street was formerly a café, now vacant 53A Beach Street is securely tenanted Total building area 200m2 approx Prominent corner of Petrie Street

Excellent Tenant T/As ‘The Beauty Studio Company’ Returning $27,740 pa net Tenant pays all usual commercial outgoings Shop area 52m2 approx A very attractive addition to your portfolio

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By Tender closing Wednesday 1st August at 3pm 43C Foot Street, Frankston

Fantastic Foot Street

DOUBLE UP ON BEACH STREET RETAIL A FANTASTIC retail opportunity for an owner occupier, investor or developer at 53 and 53A Beach Street, Frankston is being offered to the market by auction on Friday, August 3. The two shops are on two titles and will be sold together. Set on a prime corner allotment measuring about 271 square metres of land, the total building size of the two tenancies is 204 square metres. 53 Beach Street is being sold with vacant possession, whilst 53a Beach Street is currently leased to a laundrette on a nett return of $15,817 per annum. With potential annual rental return from both shops of around $50,000, this would make a great investment, or alternatively, an owner occupier can use the vacant shop, and receive rent from the other. n

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53 & 53A Beach Street, FRANKSTON AUCTION: Friday, August 3 at 11:00am AGENT: Linda Ellis - 0400 480 397, Nichols Crowder, 1/1 Colemans Road, Carrum Downs, 9775 1535

Securely leased to Pharmacy Rental income $35,000pa net 5 year lease from August 2017 Shop area 150m2 approx / Land area 188m2 approx A perfect commercial investment

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9 Kookaburra Street, Frankston

1168-1184 Nepean Highway, Mount Eliza

Thursday 2nd August 2018 at 12.30pm on site

By Expressions of Interest closing Wednesday 1st August at 2pm

Prime Corner Position

Invest in Greener Pastures

Opposite the Kookaburra Homemaker Centre No GST payable on sale 2 on-site car parking spaces Building area of 230sq.m approx Popular size for owner occupiers & investors, offered with vacant possession

Land area 7.96 Hectares (19.7 Acres) approx Zoned Rural Green Wedge ‘3’ Prime corner position opposite Bata Shoes and in close proximity to Bunnings Nearby private schools and opposite established residential Suit prestigious home site, horse stud, winery, restaurant, school etc (STCA)

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LETTERS

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

Gas plan going against earlier Labor policies Instead of enjoying the calm unpolluted waters of Western Port next summer, I fear I could be swimming among highly chlorinated and polluted seawater. That’s if the state government approves an AGL proposal to build a mammoth floating gas terminal at Crib Point (“Libs ‘united’ against AGL gas plan” The News 17/7/18). The proposed AGL floating gas terminal at Crib Point could have massive ramifications for all users of Western Port and does not consider all long-term environmental effects. Western Port is a unique ecosystem recognised for its biodiversity and natural amenity; it has various legislated and international protections recognising its diverse range of migratory birds and millions of sea creatures. In past election campaigns, previous Australian Labor Party candidates and representatives for the Western Port and Mornington Peninsula regions have made public promises to conserve Western Port. How then can the current state Labor government be working in apparent collaboration with AGL to approve a large-scale floating gas plant in Western Port at Crib Point and its associated pipeline? Burning brown coal and transporting it by ship and trucks is no way to lower my energy bill, carbon emissions, or achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Jenni Bolton, Balnarring Beach

Leash-free confusion The signs at Mt Martha North Beach regarding dogs on leash have changed over the years, however the sign at the top of the Augusta Street path is still correct, although overly complicated (“Signs come and go to control dogs at threatened beach” The News 10/7/18). The 80 metres of sand at the foot of the path is not leash free - that area starts around the rocky point to the north and comprises Hawker Beach. For many years the signs have been placed in the wrong positions, and have given an incorrect indication of the leash free area. Mt Martha North Beach has become very popular, and almost crowded on summer beach days. Mornington Peninsula Shire’s rangers visited often last summer in an attempt to inform the public of the dog policy (a valiant effort considering the ambiguity of sign placement on the beach and complicated wording of the cliff top signs). There is a reason the shire has defined dog access beaches. I am a dog owner and I know that dogs love the beach; but I also know that most people do not enjoy dogs romping through their picnic, racing past their toddlers in the shallows or the threat of dog bite - I witnessed two here last January. It is reasonable to expect owners to take their dog to a designated dog friendly beach, or to leave their dog at home. If the shire used easy to understand signs, and considered the correct location of the signs, the ranger’s work would be nearly done. Philippa Holliday, Mt Martha Editor: Mornington Peninsula Shire has not answered directly when asked several times by The News if the Leash-Free signs were repeatedly placed incorrectly near the access steps to the beach in question. The shire has also failed to nominate any similar-sized beach that has received so much attention from shire rangers (40 visits over summer).

Planning protection Bravo Mornington Peninsula Shire for increasing minimum block size (“Planning doubts hit property prices” The News 17/7/18). Houses near us have been shoehorned onto blocks giving them no backyards, no side access, no gardens, trees, a bloke’s shed, or space for children and dogs to play outside. And may the shire also protect from development precious agricultural and horticultural lands - part of Melbourne’s food bowl - around Boneo, Somerville, Red Hill and elsewhere on the peninsula. These provide employment as well as fresh produce. These lands are our lungs. Fran Henke, Hastings

Not a suburb I think Mornington Peninsula She Council should be congratulated for its efforts to protect the amenity of our peninsula by drafting a more sustainable housing settlement strategy. No one wants to see the peninsula turned into a horrible suburb of Melbourne, which is the state governments plan. The great outcry by the carpetbaggers, developers and real estate businesses, just shows how uninterested these groups are in preserving the amenity of our peninsula (“Planning doubts hit property prices” The News 17/7/18). Peninsula house prices have gone up and down in lockstep with other parts of Victoria and, on the whole, are more stable, when excluding pure holiday homes. I really hope [planning] minister [Richard] Wynne will approve the shire’s new settlement strategy so the developers get to unknot their underwear. Also, it seems the R E Ross Trust has lost its way in trying to quarry Arthurs Seat in its latest attempt to make some money out of its long abandoned quarry in Dromana (“Pressure builds against quarry expansion” The News 17/7/18). The trust’s main aim is to help protect and improve the environment. I don’t think restarting quarrying at this long abandoned site is a way to achieve this. And I must say the state government and the support of some minor Liberal MPs against local government wishes smacks of good old mates and school tie network. It is astounding how the environment is always treated second best when it comes to the crunch. Rupert Steiner, Balnarring Beach

Shire’s lost power Only a few years ago the R E Ross Trust (Hillview Quarries) was seeking to utilise its dormant quarry in Boundary Road, Dromana as a landfill site. This was prevented from occurring by community action and EPA Victoria. Fast forward to 2017, and with the infrastructure boom there is a sudden imperative to open up rock reserves close to Melbourne (“Pressure builds against quarry expansion” The News 17/7/18). My concern is that due to a boom-bust cycle with little strategic planning particularly at state level to identify suitable rock reserves in suitable locations, we on the Mornington Peninsula are being asked to think of the “big picture” and accept a second large quarry within the highly visible and iconic Arthurs Seat escarpment adjacent to a state park. A mature discussion needs to be had on what is important, not just for now but for future generations. Mornington Peninsula Shire Council unfortunately has had its power as the responsible planning authority taken away by the Planning Minister [Richard Wynne]. Simon Brooks, councillor Seawinds Ward

Park garbage tip One year ago, I went along to a smoking ceremony at the Aboriginal Willum Warrain Community Gardens in Pound Road, Hastings. After the ceremony I walked around the Warringine Park bushland and could not believe my eyes when I saw dumped rubbish at the entrance, in the ditches inside the bushland, including overgrown weeds and broken fences alongside Olivia Way. The Mornington Peninsula Shire, EPA Victoria, Flinders MP Greg Hunt MP (former environment minister), the sate environment minister, and The Greens MPs Greg Barber and Robert De Natale were immediately notified by me by letter. Warringine Park was declared a conservation park in 2012 by the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council. One year on and an information session took place inside the council offices with planning officer Alan Cowley to talk about protecting the “Green Wedge for future generations” followed by another visit to the bushland the next day,

AFTER an enjoyable visit to Hastings letter writer Frederick Crump was dismayed to see the amount of rubbish dumped in the Mornington Peninsula Shire-managed Warringine Park. Picture: Ebony Elise

Wednesday 11 July. Mr Cowley said this was a state government issue. The state government said the land was nothing to do with them and was federal business, planned for ADF Housing, Greg Hunt said it was State Government and not Federal. The Greens and the EPA were nowhere to be seen, and angry local residents who live alongside the bushland in Olivia Way have said they are sick of Warringine Park being a dumping ground. It appears to me and others that nobody in the government departments care who is responsible for the enhancement of this sacred bushland, especially the shire. Frederick Crump, Mornington

It’s time for Coalition One of the benefits and beauties of our Australian election systems is the ability of the electorate to change its governments from time to time. There are several advantages in this. An important one being that we keep them aware that if the do not perform, we will give them time on the opposition benches to regroup, rethink their policies and to reflect on their wayward ways. The current [federal] Coalition government is in need of such a time. Its extreme reluctance into allowing a royal commission into the banks; the shame it and the banks should be feeling over the practices seen as normal business in the last several years. The additional shame over the banks’ insurance policies towards Aboriginal children. The Coalition-planned tax cuts to these banks is further evidence that they are out of touch with local and world economics. Their plans to cut the taxes to big business - many of which are paying little or no tax now on the basis of “trickle down economics”. This will be done at the expense of our health and education systems. The Coalition’s inquiry into the trade unions, on the face of it, seems to be have been an attempt to discredit those organisations and then to move to relocate superannuation funds into the hands of these banks. Now there is evidence emerging of some unusual practices in the private medical health funds, giving lucrative bonuses to their staff while seeking and obtaining Coalition approval of above cost of living rises in their premiums. No hint of an inquiry by the Coalition. Need more be said? Their management of

our money, our money, is in need of a serious rethink. Time on the opposition and back benches is a great place for doing that. Ken Norris, McCrae

Reopen the line I also support re-opening the Baxter to Mornington train line. I cannot understand why they even stopped it. I have taken up a petition for the state government to re-establish the rail connection between Baxter and Mornington. I have seen so many peoples’ comments wanting the train and the petition can be signed in Baxter at the newsagency and post office and in Mornington at The Boyz 4 Breakie, newsagency and cinema. Christine Matthews, Baxter Editor: The state Opposition and federal Liberal government last week announced financial backing to electrify the rail line from Frankston to Baxter, but made no mention of reopening the line to Mornington.

No sport in gambling Across the state this weekend, elite and community AFL clubs are putting aside traditional rivalries to unite in our love of everything that makes footy great. Things like skill, talent, loyalty and fun, competition, team spirit, MVPs and extraordinary or memorable moments. Seventy-five per cent of teenagers today believe that gambling is a normal part of sport, which is not surprising, given the huge volume of sports betting advertising. But the promotional hype doesn’t acknowledge there are risks and harms associated with gambling. We as a community need to do that, which is why all 10 Victorian AFL clubs and more than 300 community clubs have signed up to the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation’s sporting club program. This weekend is an ideal time for families to attend a local match and for adults to remind the kids in their care that sport and betting don’t have to go together. Whether a player or a fan, it’s about loving the game, not the odds. For more information, visit lovethegame.vic. gov.au or share your thoughts on social media, #LoveTheGame. Craig Swift, acting CEO Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation Southern Peninsula News

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WHAT’S NEW...

New-look modern medicine clinic for peninsula locals MORNINGTON Peninsula residents now have access to one of the country’s most modern medical clinics – Whole Medicine. The medical practice was relaunched earlier this year, after being founded as Peninsula Holistic General Practice in 2009. With nine out of 10 deaths in Australia caused by chronic disease, Dr Michelle Woolhouse, founder and principal GP, said Whole Medicine takes an integrative approach to health care. This means using a combination of general practice with evidence-based holistic principals to help men, women and children be well. “Our health philosophy is to address the whole spectrum of a person’s life, including emotional, physical, mental and environmental factors,” said Dr Woolhouse. “It’s about understanding a person’s whole-body so that we can help treat the cause – not just the symptoms.” As well as chronic disease management, Whole Medicine also provides locals with a range of family GP services, prevention medicine, skin health treatments, community health talks, mind and body retreats and more. “We are passionate about helping local families, particularly mothers who are proactive and health conscious, baby boomers and retirees to the region and local businesses who want to take a holistic and comprehensive approach to employee health,” said Dr Woolhouse. Professor Avni Sali AM, Director

of the National Institute of Integrative Medicine, said Mornington Peninsula residents will benefit from having access to Whole Medicine. “This is modern medicine – it is not just about trying to treat a person’s cancer, ulcer or asthma, we are looking at the whole person,” he said. “This means, understanding the mind and the body, as well as taking the time to educate patients about their

health – whether they have a straightforward medical concern or a long standing and complex issue.” Prof Sali, who is also President of the International Council of Integrative Medicine, added research shows more Australians than ever are turning to integrative and complementary medicine to help optimise their health and wellbeing. Dr Woolhouse and her team of

highly quailed GPs – who have additional expertise in evidence-based natural medicine – offer patients longer, interactive consultations to get to know them – and work with them – to help uncover their best self. A long-term patient of Dr Woolhouse, Jocelyn Hansen, 45, of Tuerong, said since being diagnosed as coeliac, she has been supported and guided towards improving her

health and overall wellbeing. “I had ongoing issues with fatigue and digestion and Michelle not only helped treat my condition, but always listens and asks the right questions, which means I feel respected and understood,” she said. About Whole Medicine: This Mornington Peninsula medical practice takes an integrative approach to health care. This means local residents have access to a doctor who, in addition to their medical degree also has skills in evidence-based, natural, non-drug therapies. The selection of appointment times, fees and services are designed to suit every patient’s unique needs. The clinic on Boneo Road, Rosebud includes modern rooms, an in-house dispensary, onsite minor surgery and skin care facilities and easy access to specialists, hospitals, procedures and investigations if required. About Dr Michelle Woolhouse: Dr Woolhouse obtained her medical degree from Monash University in 1996, and is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioner’s (RACGP). Dr Woolhouse is also a fellow of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (ACNEM) and has post graduate training in hypnotherapy, acupuncture and mind-body medicine. Whole Medicine is located at 113 Boneo Road, Rosebud. For more information visit www.wholemedicine. com.au or call 03 5986-4229.Whole Medicine is open Mon to Fri – 9am to 5:30pm and Sat – 9am to 1pm.

100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Widow mourns Private Mackie

Compiled by Boronica King WORD has been received that another Peninsula soldier, Private Len Mackie, of Frankston, has made the supreme sacrifice in the recent severe fighting in France. Private Mackie left Australia about two years ago, and, except for a short spell in hospital with trench feet, has been with his battalion continuously. A widow and one child are left to mourn their loss, and to them we extend our heartfelt sympathy. *** A FOOTBALL match between the Frankston and Hastings juniors was played at Hastings on Saturday last when the visitors were easily defeated, the scores being Hastings 63 points, Frankston 16 points. *** IN response to a petition, Mr Chas. Grey of Frankston has decided to offer himself as a candidate for the North Riding of the Shire of Frankston and Hastings at the forthcoming elections, to be held in August. *** THE following additional donations towards the cost of planting the Frankston Avenue of Honor have been received : Miss Henderson, 10s; Mrs Sherlock, 10s; Mr G Upton, 10s; Mr Martin, 10 s 6d; Mr C. E. W. Taylor, 10s. *** A PLEASANT afternoon was spent at the Vicarage, Frankston, on Wednesday last, when Mrs H. McComb was presented with a leather handbag, in recognition of her three year’s services as Treasurer for the Red Cross society, by the committee and workers. ***

IN the 418th casualty list, published on Wednesday, appears the name of. W. P. Ford, of Crib Point, who is reported as being a prisoner of war. The name of R J. Myers, of Rye, also appears, under the heading of wounded. *** AT the request of Capt. G J. C. Dyett, organising secretary of the State recruiting committee, a special united intercessory service will be held in the Frankston Mechanics’ Hall on Sunday August 4th, at 5pm, the occasion being the filth anniversary of Britains entry into the war. *** A FOOTBALL match between the Langwarrin Camp and Frankston football teams will be played on the ground of the former, today, 27th. The Frankston team will be chosen from the following :—Martin, Cunneen, Foster, Gabriel, E. M’Comb Prosser, Wilkinson, Darcy Thompson, Matson, Coxall Goodwin, Purdy, Gamble, Burton (2), Pitchford, Tonkin, Hunt, Bedcock, Kerr, Key, Ryan, W. M’Comb, Cabs leave Gamble’s at 2 o’clock. *** A GRAND concert, with pictures will be held in the Frankston Mechanics’ on Wednesday next, 31st July, the proceeds of which wil be devoted to the paying for chairs recently purchased by the Mechanics’ committee. An interesting programme of vocal and instrumental items, and pictures, will be given and a good attendance is confidently expected. Prices of admission are 1s plus tax, children half price. ***

AT the annual meeting of the Frankston branch of the Red Cross society, the following letter, accompanied by a cheque for £5, was received The cheque was received with thanks, and a vote of thanks passed to Mrs Lewis for her good work on behalf of the society : Dear Madam President and Ladies of the Red Cress Branch, Frankston, Although I do not.often have the pleasure of being at your meetings, I thought I would like to call in this afternoon to express my admiration for your untiring efforts on behalf of our beloved soldiers, and also to offer to you the enclosed cheque for £5 for the funds. The money is the result of my labor at the needle, and you will be pleased to know came from another State. Trusting the war will soon be over and that you will all be spared for many, many happy years to work for the comfort of our returned men. *** THE death of one of the oldest residents of the Peninsula took place at her daughter’s residence on Monday evening last, when Mrs Lewis passed peacefully away. The late Mrs Lewis was born in Barking, England, in 1821, accompanied by her late husband, who predeceased her some twenty six years ago, she came to Victoria in a sailing vessel called the Roxburgh Castle over sixty years ago. Within six months of arriving in Victoria the late Mrs Lewis came to the Peninsula where she had resided ever since. In the early early days they were association with the firm of Cro Ritchie and Co. Deceased, leaving one daughter (Mrs R Davies) and

one son to mourn her loss. Her other son B. A. Lewis, died some two years ago. The Rev Watts officiated at the graveside and the funeral arrangements left in the hands of Mr Gamble. The sympathy of all go to bereaved relatives. *** HORSE, Wagon (light express, Engforecarriage) and Harness, wagon nearly new, whole turnout £25, Shaw, Hastings Road, Pearcedale, via Somerville. *** POISON laid in all my paddocks farm this day. W. Firth; Somerville. *** WANTED to buy - Piano, for cash, no humbug. State make and price, at once - J. Smythe, Frankston. *** SOMERVILLE branch half yearly report. The Hon. secretary of the Somerville branch of the Red Cross Society has submitted the following report. Ladies and Gentlemen, I beg to report that during the past half year we have despatched to the Federal depot 715 articles, consisting of under flannels, socks, mittens, aviator’s caps, balaclavas, bed screens, pyjamas, scarves and washers. We have held one ‘At Home’ and Sale of Gifts, and two concerts, and in spite of similar entertainments held at Frankston the same night we cleared £11 14s 6d on our first concert, and £11 1s on the second. With the proceeds of these two concerts and donations, we sent to the Prisoners of War fund £31 5s 6d. We sold 31 House Badges, and 198 raffle tickets for the Welcome Home committee,

Port Melbourne. We have received the, following donations for our local branch : Mr Horsfall 10s 6d, Mrs Horsfall 5s, Mr Geo Shepherd senr. £1 1s; Mr Barber £1 1s; Protestant Federation meeting half proceeds 15s ; half proceeds sale of flowers, Captain Gates, 15s; half share Show prize money, Major Conder, 10s; half proceeds Girls’ Concert, £.3 17s 10d ; Miss Barber (carving cloth) 7s 6d. Our members have visited the Langwarrin Hospital to cheer the boys who have fought for us, and taken gifts of sweets and cigarettes. We have also visited the Caulfield Hospital, and were entertained by our member, Mrs White. The increase of correspondence has been considerable during the past six months and 1,322 envelopes have been used for notices, receipts and correspondence, showing the amount of clerical work done. With the assistance of the residents of the district we have entertained the returned wounded on two occasions, so I think all will agree with me that a strenuous half year has had a good result. Our official collector, Mrs Barber, is doing good work for the French Red Cross appeal, and good donations are coming in. We also have a beautiful booklet “Women of our Empire” in aid of the Red Cross. “A tribute” by Nurse Primrose. No patriotic woman can afford not to have one of these beautiful books. They are 1s each. Minnie A. Shepherd, Hon. Sec. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 27 July 1918

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The Philosophical Meaning of DJ Jazzy Jeff By Stuart McCullough SOME things cannot be explained. Some things, perhaps, should not be explained even if it’s possible to do so. As I sat with my nephew and niece playing a card game called ‘War’ that, much like actual war, seemed to be taking forever and was having a lasting impact on my morale, I had stumbled across a nineties hip hop classic. As I dropped a card to the table that allowed me to take the card of my opponent, I uttered the words ‘Boom, shake, shake, shake the room’ as though they actually meant something. My nephew and niece looked at me as though I’d just thrown a bucket full of crazy. It got me thinking: how do I explain this? It’s harder than it sounds. For those who grew up with them, the words ‘DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince’ need no explanation. In their own way, they make complete and perfect sense. However, to someone from another generation, it’s impossible to convey why this expression is more than mere gibberish. Indeed, even as the words crow-barred their way over my lips and made for bushes to hide, I could tell my audience was becoming increasingly incredulous if not downright skeptical. The nineties were kind of tricky. There was so much more to the decade than grunge music and its uniform of flannel shirts with its steady diet of misery and general moaning about life; or Britpop with its fey stars who wore suits and looked like the world’s funkiest bank tellers. It was an era of profligate boy and girl bands

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spawned by evil Svengali-type figures that lured teenagers into recording studios with promises of fame and fortune of which they delivered on the former but kept the latter for themselves. And rap music was bigger than it’d ever been. Especially in the charts. It was the decade of ‘U Can’t Touch This’ by MC Hammer – a tune that 24 July 2018

relied heavily on ‘Super Freak’ by Rick James but with all the rude bits taken out, as well as Hammer’s own voluminous Hammer pants. It was also the decade of Vanilla Ice (known to his Mum as Robbie van Winkle), who made an entire song out about four bars of a tune by Queen and David Bowie. This kind of repurposing was the very basis for rap

music, but it became a whole lot more complicated once the enterprise got commercial. As for DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, they used a sample of the song ‘Funky Worm’ by the Ohio Players for their masterpiece. Not that you could tell. It turned something not many people knew into a rap colossus. The Fresh Prince was, in fact, Will Smith; who would go on to star in a tonne of blockbuster movies. DJ Jazzy Jeff was, in fact, Jeff Townes who, for all anyone knows, went on to work at a Blockbuster video store. But they were a team – a DJ responsible for the beats and a rapper. This was back when rappers and DJs were kind of a package deal: ‘Grandmaster Flash and Furious Five’, ‘Grand Wizzard Theodore and the Fantastic Five’ and the immortal ‘Enid Blyton and the Famous Five’ to name but a few legendary groups. DJs and rappers went together like peas and carrots. More to the point, the DJ’s name always came first. Not that they all had fabulous names – ‘Eric B. and Rakim’ is as about as an ordinary a name as you can get, even though ‘Paid In Full’ is a stone-cold rap classic. The DJ was responsible for the beat. In the beginning, this was done by using turntables to create a continuous break beat by flipping from one to the other and manipulating the records to generate a rhythm. It was the ultimate in ‘Do It Yourself’ music. The MC (or, if you prefer, Master of Ceremonies) would then rap over the top. They used what they had to make their own kind of music and, in

the process, invented an entirely new art form. But just as those limitations resulted in innovation, changes to technology have meant that those skills are no longer as necessary as they once were. Somewhere along the line, things changed. The DJ disappeared to be replaced by faceless producers. Even if you do know who the producer is, his or her name is not going to be first. Sure, you’ve got your Calvin Harris and David Guetta types, but neither of those jokers is yet to produce anything that could hold a candle to something like ‘Boom! Shake the Room’. They probably never will. Just because you wear a pair of headphones doesn’t mean that you know your way around the wheels of steel. My niece and nephew were looking at me, confusion writ large across their faces. Foolishly, I thought that reciting the lyrics might help. I invited them to tell their mother that they never wrote a whack jam but it only seemed to make things worse. It’s impossible to explain the meaning of DJ Jazzy Jeff to a generation that considers Ed Sheeran to be a musical genius and not, as I do, the aural equivalent of IKEA. I thought for a moment about trying to make my point by putting down some cardboard and spinning around in a circle but feared that I may do myself an injury. Instead, I put down my cards and surrendered. The game continued without me. It seems the (break) beat continues, even without DJ Jazzy Jeff. stuart@stuartmccullough.com


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Falling In Love Again JENNIFER Ward-Lealand pays tribute to the iconic actress and singer Marlene Dietrich, in Falling in Love Again. Devised in collaboration with musical director and pianist Grant Winterburn, Falling in Love Again recreates iconic moments of performance from one of the greatest screen legends of the twentieth century. Showcasing highlights from Dietrich’s films, concerts and recordings, Jennifer will perform a program including classic songs by Cole Porter, Pete Seeger, Frederic Hollander and Edith Piaf. Beautifully lit by lighting designer Andrew Malmo and featuring an exquisite recreation of one of Dietrich’s famous gowns and fur coat, this acclaimed show vividly captures the style and glamour of Hollywood’s golden age. A star in her native New Zealand for over 35

years, Jennifer’s award-winning career spans film, television and stage as an actor, singer, director and industry pioneer. The current president of Equity New Zealand, Jennifer is a respected patron to a number of arts organisations including The Auckland Performing Arts Centre. Tour presenter Andrew McKinnon is proud to be introducing Jennifer to Australian audiences. “Through my frequent trips to New Zealand, I became aware of Jennifer Ward-Lealand’s immense talent. She truly is a world-class performer, and I believe would be much better known in Australia if the huge demand for her at home didn’t prevent her touring more” Falling in Love Again, FAC Theatre, Thursday 2 August, 7.30pm. Bookings: 03 9784 1060 or thefac.com.au

2018 National Works On Paper FROM over 1,000 entries, 63 artists have been shortlisted for the 2018 National Works on Paper acquisition and award (total prize money $50,000). The prize, the most prestigious acquisitive prize and exhibition of its kind in Australia, showcases recent work by some of Australia’s leading artists working in the field of drawing, print-making and digital media, providing a survey of contemporary practice today. Traditional approaches to working with paper are explored along with works that use new technological mediums – displaying the ways in which these mediums are prompting new explorations of working with and on paper. Shortlisted artists include: Raymond Arnold, Jon Campbell, Danica Chappell, Katherine Hattam, Locust Jones, Viv Miller, John Nixon, Louise Paramor, Jo Scicluna and TextaQueen among others.

JULY - SEPTEMBER 2018 At Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

Since 1973 the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery have been acquiring works on paper for the permanent collection through acquisitive exhibitions. Works acquired through the former Spring Festival of Drawing and Prints Acquisitive as well as the current National Works on Paper include artists such as Fred Williams, George Baldessin, John Olsen, Rick Amor, Jan Senbergs, Pam Hallandal, Noel Counihan, Mary Macqueen, Richard Larter, Gareth Sansom and Jess Johnson. The 2018 National Works on Paper exhibition will be held at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery from 20 July to 9 September 2018. Visit mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au to find out more about exhibitions and events, including the Gallery’s pre-schooler program Young at Art, and to listen to podcasts with artists from the 2018 National Works on Paper.

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Stonecats snap winless streak DIVISION ONE

By Brodie Cowburn FRANKSTON YCW have finally broken their run of seven games without a win by defeating EdithvaleAspendale in a dominant display. The Stonecats’ last win came over two months ago on 5 May against Mornington in a victory that solidified their spot on top of the ladder. Since that game they have slumped to sixth place and now face a real danger of missing out on finals. Their clash at home against Edi-Asp on Saturday was an absolute must win, but things got off to a shaky start. EdiAsp went into the first break in front by two goals, and the Stonecats were left pondering just when their luck would turn. Luckily for the Stonecats, they would have a much better second term, holding Edi-Asp to just one behind and kicking away to a 13 point lead. The game remained fairly even in the third quarter, and although the Stonecats went into the final term with a 24 point lead, the contest was far from over. In the final quarter though, Frankston YCW announced that they were back in the most convincing way possible, hammering home eight goals to EdiAsp’s one to run away with an easy victory and send alarm bells ringing throughout the rest of the league. Division One’s sleeping giant finally awoke as the Stonecats claimed a comprehensive win over second placed Edithvale-Aspendale 17.18 (110) to 6.6 (42).

Eyes on the prize: Frankston YCW finally broke their losing streak by beating Edithvale-Aspendale. Picture: Andrew Hurst

Kyle Hutchinson was the best player on the ground, booting four goals for the winning Stonecats. At David Macfarlane Reserve, Sorrento played host to both Mornington and a number of high profile AFL stars as they held their ‘Purple Shark Day’ in support of the Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision charity. Richmond premiership players Jack

Riewoldt and Daniel Rioli were joined by former St Kilda captain Nick Riewoldt and former Coleman Medallist Brendan Fevola at David Macfarlane Reserve, where they signed autographs and took photos with fans before the start of the game. The bumper crowd certainly was treated to a thrilling game as well, as Sorrento and Mornington battled it

out in what would be one of the best games of the year. Mornington started out on the right foot over their highly fancied Sorrento opponents, making the most of their limited opportunities and heading into the first break with a three point lead. Sorrento fought back in the second term to wrestle back the lead, but could only establish a three point buffer at the main break despite outnumbering the Bulldogs by eight scoring shots. After the half time break, Mornington came out determined to make Sorrento pay for their sloppiness in front of goal, as they kicked four goals straight to go into the final term with a narrow one point advantage. Although it looked as if one of the season’s most shocking upsets was on the cards, the Sharks showed the quality that made them the team to beat this season, and fought back to claim a nail biting come from behind win 10.17 (77) to 12.3 (75). Mitch Hallahan continued his stellar run of form with another best on ground display for Sorrento, while Shannon Gladman also contributed handily to the win with three goals. At Bonbeach Recreation reserve, Mt Eliza travelled to take on Bonbeach as they looked to close the gap between third and second place. Mt Eliza were on top for the majority of the game, but no matter how hard the Redlegs tried they couldn’t drive the final nail in the coffin. Mt Eliza led at each break during the game, but

never by more than two points. Although the contest looked set to go down to the wire in the final term, the Redlegs finally kicked away and established a buffer, holding the Sharks to just one point in the final term to take out a 6.6 (42) to 9.6 (60) win. Ben Landry and Luca Goonan were among the best on the ground for Mt Eliza, while former Sydney Swan Trent Dennis-Lane was a contributor for Bonbeach with two goals. The win takes Mt Eliza to within one game of second place Edi-Asp going into the final rounds of the year. The final game for the round saw Pines host the Frankston Bombers in what would turn out to be a one sided affair. The goal hungry Pines easily claimed the four points by booting 21 goals in a percentage boosting win that took them to fourth on the ladder. Pines boast the best percentage in the league by a wide margin, which may come in handy coming into the closing stages of the home and away season. The game was done and dusted by the quarter time break, as Pines raced out of the gates with a stunning nine goal to one first term which put them out to a 48 point lead. From there, the Bombers could do nothing to get back into the contest, as they eventually succumbed to Pines 21.11 (137) to 11.13 (78). Pines boasted 12 individual goal kickers, with Aaron Ludewig and Aaron Edwards the best among them with four and three respectively.

Kangaroos keep touch with finals DIVISION TWO

By Brodie Cowburn LANGWARRIN have kept their season alive with a hard fought victory over Hastings at Lloyd Park on Saturday. Coming off a disappointing thrashing against Dromana last week, Langwarrin needed to grab a win over Hastings to be any hope at all of making the finals. Helped by the return of some key players from injuries, Langwarrin got things started in the best possible way and took a 21 point lead into the quarter time break. By the time the half time break rolled along, Langwarrin were still leading, but Hastings were keeping touch thanks to their accuracy in front of goal. Hastings had converted six goals from six scoring opportunities to keep themselves in contention. After the main break Hastings continued to kick straight, but just weren’t able to keep up with Langwarrin. As the final siren sounded, Langwarrin claimed all four points with a 13.12 (90) to 11.3 (69) win. Luke Hewitt booted three goals for the losing side to take his tally to the year to 44, while Jesse Murphy booted three to take his count for the year to 55. Langwarrin still sit six points behind Hastings in fifth spot, and will have to rely on other results to go their way to sneak into finals over the final four weeks of the season. At Red Hill Recreation Reserve, Karingal travelled to take on Red Hill in a clash that would see the winner claim

No surrender: Red Hill wouldn’t allow the Bulls to charge, and ran away with a comfortable win. Picture: Andrew Hurst

second spot on the ladder. Red Hill entered the contest full of confidence, having won seven consecutive games. They were also boosted by the news that they had resigned coach Jamie Mollo through until the end of the 2020 season. Karingal had been in slightly shaky form, and they started on the wrong foot as Red Hill raced to a 15 point lead at the first break. In the second quarter the Bulls fought back to close the margin to a goal, but

let themselves down with a goalless third term. Red Hill raced away to a five goal lead by the three-quarter time break, which proved to be insurmountable. Helped by nine individual goal kickers, Red Hill ran away with a comfortable 11.11 (77) to 5.7 (37) win. The gap between Red Hill and ladder leaders Dromana was almost closed further by a shock result at Dromana Recreation Reserve, as Tyabb battled hard to nearly steal a stunning win over

the ladder leaders. Dromana started the clash positively with a three goals to one first quarter, but Tyabb closed the gap to just six points at the half time break. Dromana were able to stay on top but couldn’t put the brave Tyabb away for good, with the margin standing at only 15 points going into the final quarter. Although they won the final term and fought hard, the siren eventually sounded with Tyabb just behind, as they fell to Dromana in an 11.19 (85) to 10.14 (74) loss. Although Dromana claimed all four points, the result will have their upcoming opponents hopeful of knocking off the dominant premiership favourites. Ben Holmes had another big game for Dromana with a four goal effort, he has now kicked nine in his last two games. There was another thrilling result at RJ Rowley Reserve, as Rye hosted Devon Meadows in a tight contest. Despite both sides being effectively ruled out of finals contention, they both played as if it were all on the line in a match that went down to the wire. The Demons opened up an early lead over the Devon Meadows Panthers, establishing a seven point deficit by the quarter time break and stretching that lead to eight at half time. Despite leading for most of the day,

Rye couldn’t put the Panthers away, and saw their lead reduced to just four going into the final term. Spurred on by an impressive five goal performance from star forward Michael Theodoridis, the Panthers finally snatched the lead in the final term and ended the game with their noses just in front, securing a stunning come from behind victory 9.16 (70) to 11.7 (73). The battle between Pearcedale and Crib Point was also a thrilling one, as the Magpies fell agonisingly short of just their second win of the year. Although Pearcedale led for the entire afternoon, Crib Point battled hard to stay in touch and give themselves a shot going into the final term. Despite winning the final quarter, Pearcedale were just too strong for the hard working Magpies, as they claimed a 16.10 (106) to 14.13 (97) win. Luke Daniel was the match winner for Pearcedale, kicking three goals in a best on ground performance. The final game of the round saw Chelsea claim an easy win over Somerville in a result that will see Somerville’s slim finals hopes come to an end. Curtis Bywater continued his stunning year with a five goal haul which takes his tally for the year to 53. Somerville could only take consolation from an impressive last quarter in which they outscored Chelsea six goals to two, but it wasn’t nearly enough to overcome the massive deficit that had been opened up. The Seagulls finished the contest well on top, defeating Somerville 19.13 (127) to 10.16 (76).

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Kilner back at Baxter, Somerville soars SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie ROY Kilner is back at Baxter in a lastditch attempt to rescue the club from relegation from State 4 South. When news broke last week that work commitments had forced Francis Beck to step down as head coach the club turned to former coach Kilner and he has targeted controversial striker Mark Pagliarulo as the man to lead the front line. ‘Pags’ has also attracted interest from Somerville and Skye United but his relationship with Baxter is expected to tip the odds in Kilner’s favour. ‘Pags’ last played in 2017 and has since concentrated on his job as head coach of Bulleen’s NPL under-15s. If he decides to help Baxter in the most important seven-game run in the local club’s recent history he’ll continue his work with Bulleen’s elite youngsters. Baxter has away games against Hampton Park United and Harrisfield Hurricanes as well as a home game against Sandringham and winning these games is crucial to its survival. Kilner’s first game back in charge ended in a 3-1 home loss to Endeavour United last weekend. Goodness knows how Endeavour striker Michael Rodriguez was left unmarked in the 15th minute and his glancing header over the advancing Beck, deputising for James Foster in goal, gave the visitors a lead they never surrendered. A sweeping four-player interpassing move in the 28th minute ended with a low header from Ahmad Tabarra which snuck inside the near post to make it 2-0. Baxter had stood off its opponent for most of the first half but was more aggressive and direct in the second period and a brain fade from Endeavour keeper Franc Marateo in the 52nd minute gave the home side hope. Marateo dithered on the ball inside his own area long enough to get closed down from Ben Meiklem and tap the ball too far forward allowing Meiklem to round the bemused keeper and stroke the ball into the unguarded goal to make it 2-1. Baxter’s best chance of an improbable draw fell to wee Alan Lipsett in the 85th minute but he slid in at the far post only to strike Meiklem’s cross from the left well over the bar. In the first minute of injury time Tabarra’s chip from the right of the area rebounded off the back post to Endeavour substitute Maqsod Mansuri who deftly dummied his opponent before slamming the ball past Beck

Baxter beaten: Winger Ben Meiklem scored for the home team in Saturday’s 3-1 loss to Endeavour United at Baxter Park. Picture: John Punshon

from close range. Meanwhile Somerville Eagles kept their State 5 South title hopes alive with a 3-1 away win over Aspendale last Saturday. Somerville is in second spot a point behind Lyndale United but the league leader has played one more game and has a bye next weekend. That gives Somerville the chance to claim top spot but it faces a huge challenge on Saturday at home to thirdplaced Old Mentonians in what looms as a season-defining encounter. At Jack Grut Reserve last weekend Somerville was missing a host of first teamers but handed a debut to new signing Harry Chapman from Peninsula Strikers with a spot on the bench for the returning Hayden Taylor following a spell at Strikers. Aspendale started well and Matthew Corra’s smart finish put the home side ahead in the 8th minute. Somerville responded six minutes later after good work by Chapman got the ball to player-coach Dave Greening who swivelled and from 10 metres out curled a postage-stamp finish into the top corner. In the 21st minute the visitors hit the front after a long throw by Stephen Curd was inadvertently headed on by a defender and Greening made no mistake for his second. In the 59th minute Chapman played a sublime through ball to Greening who turned his marker and placed the ball past Aspendale keeper Jack Taylor to complete his hat-trick . In NPL2 East news referee Alejandro Azcurra was roundly criticised after his display in Langwarrin’s 5-1

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away loss to Moreland City on Saturday and is understood to be the subject of a complaint to FFV from the Lawton Park club. The first half was all about referee Azcurra. He issued straight red cards to Langwarrin midfielder Paul Speed and striker Liam Baxter, ignored pleas for a penalty after Langy’s Viktor Medini was pushed in the back inside the area and decided that a horror tackle on Langy captain Boris Ovcin was only worthy of a caution. Moreland head coach Adrian Mathers gathered the Langy players and coaching staff together after the contest to express his embarrassment at the refereeing display and its impact on the outcome. Moreland’s scorers were Chris Cristaldo (26th and 53rd minutes), Jordon Lampard (18th), Corey Thomas (55th) and Apai Ukono (61st). Langy’s goal came from a Luke Burgess header following a corner in the 80th minute. There was better news for Langwarrin in the curtain raiser with the under20s winning 3-2. Travis Ernsdoerfer (2) and Zachory Karolidis scored for Langy and 15-year-old central defender Brodie Jones came on for the last 30 minutes. In State 1 South-East news Mornington lost 2-1 at home to Casey Comets. Keegan Ziada was at the back post in the 8th minute to finish off Sam Orritt’s cross from the right and put the home side ahead but Comets responded almost immediately with an excellent finish by Dejan Radojicic and the

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sides were locked at 1-1 at half-time. Casey took the lead in the second half with a stunning strike from captain Allando Mathieson in the 56th minute. He turned Mornington defender Sam Scott inside out and from a tight angle on the right of the box lashed the ball past keeper Liam Little and into the roof of the net. Orritt and Scott both struck the crossbar as Mornington pressed in the latter stages of the contest but to no avail. In State 2 South-East news Frankston Pines lost 2-1 away to promotion-chasing Brandon Park on Saturday. Hamlet Armenian put Brandon Park in front with a shot in the 38th minute after Pines failed to clear following a free-kick but Lewis Potter, CJ Hodgson and Kurt Wagner-Goldsworthy all had chances for the visitors. Pines had to replace injured defender Franco Vanni at half-time and former Casey Comets midfielder Jesse Martindale made it 2-0 four minutes into the second half with an excellent free-kick from 25 metres. Hodgson was on the end of an Aaryn Rix cross and finished well in the 55th minute to make it 2-1 and Pines’ best chance of an equaliser fell to Rix in a one-on-one with Brandon Park keeper Peter Koundanis but the Pines’ winger lobbed the ball over both the keeper and the bar. Peninsula Strikers drew 1-1 with Berwick City at Jack Thomas Reserve on Saturday. Berwick took the lead in the 40th minute when David Di Iorio was the

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benefactor of an error from Strikers’ keeper Dylan Mery but classy English striker John Prescott equalised in the 65th minute when he cut in from the left and slotted the ball past Berwick keeper Christian Morales. In State 3 South-East news Skye United fell to relegation-threatened Noble Park United 2-1 on Saturday in the local club’s inaugural Chris Attard memorial round. The day commemorated the former club president and ex-FFV Chief Financial Officer who died in 2016 and the turnout reflected his impact on Skye and the respect the Attard family has engendered. But things went awry out on the pitch as Noble Park’s new signing Matty Durand scored in the 20th and 26th minutes. Daniel Attard gave the home team a lifeline in the 64th minute when he finished well from close range however Skye’s slow start to the match ended up proving costly. The Chris Attard medallists in the senior match were Daniel Attard and Noble Park United’s Kegham Aminian. Skye’s reserves won 5-3 and the Chris Attard medallist was Luke Camerota who notched a first-half hattrick. On Sunday Skye announced that teenage senior women’s player Laa Chol had been killed at a party in the Melbourne CBD in the early hours of Saturday morning. A Victoria Police investigation into the incident continues. In NPLW news Southern United’s under-12s won 1-0 away to Alamein on Sunday with Rhiannon Kelleher nabbing the winner. The under-14s skipped three points clear at the top of the table with a Macey Butler goal giving them a 1-0 win while the under-16s lost 4-2 with Monique Lapenta and Haylea Porter scoring for Southern. Next weekend’s games: SATURDAY 3pm: Whittlesea Ranges v Langwarrin (Epping Stadium), South Springvale v Mornington (Warner Reserve), Frankston Pines v Knox City (Monterey Reserve), Peninsula Strikers v Mooroolbark (Centenary Park), Seaford Utd v Skye Utd (North Seaford Reserve), Hampton Park Utd v Baxter (K.M. Reedy Reserve), Somerville Eagles v Old Mentonians (Somerville Secondary College), Aspendale v Drouin Dragons (Jack Grut Reserve). SUNDAY 3.15pm: Southern Utd v Bulleen (Monterey Reserve, U12s 9am, U14s 10.15am, U16s 11.40am, U19s 1.15pm).


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Self Sense continues to excite over jumps By Ben Triandafillou MORNINGTON-based racehorse trainer David Brideoake topped off the jumps racing season with another dominant performance from his first-season jumper Self Sense on Sunday 8 July. The seven-year-old son of Street Sense has taken all before him in his opening jumps season, moving from a 10-length maiden hurdle romp to breaking the $1 million barrier with a comfortable victory in the Kevin Lafferty Hurdle at Warrnambool, last start. Connections were hoping the exciting flat and hurdle performer could add another jumps feature win to his resume and after a six-length demolition of the Australian Hurdle five weeks prior, Self Sense did just that. Under the hands of rising jockey Clayton Douglas, Self Sense kicked away for an effortless victory over some of the top hurdlers in the country, and provided Douglas with an unsurprising excitement for the future.

“He’s a beauty,” Douglas said. “I’m just thankful that I’ve got a horse like him.” “He just sort of plays with them a little bit, and he has a good look around and does what he has to.” Self Sense is likely to continue to mix his flat racing with jumps racing and return to the flat next start before being targeted towards next month’s Grand National Hurdle (3900m), according to stable representative Alex Woodhams. “We might head back to the flat in a few weeks for a VOBIS Gold staying race at Caulfield and then eight days after that into the National,” he said following Self Sense’s dominant Kevin Lafferty Hurdle victory. “As long as he comes through this well that could be the plan that David may look at following.”

Jumping through grades: First season hurdler Self Sense wins the Australian Hurdle under jockey Clayton Douglas. Picture: Supplied

Title defence: Jayde Mitchell is set to defend his WBC-OPBF and WBA interim Oceania Super Middleweight titles against heavy-hitter Kerry Foley. Picture: Derrick Den Hollander

Mitchell ready to strike back PENINSULA boxer Jayde Mitchell isn’t going to let another injury stand in his way of a world title. Having overcome a recent neck surgery to take out his last fight against Ariel Alejandro Zampedri on Saturday 17 March, and jump into the top 10 world rankings, Mitchell is hoping he can do the same again after suffering an injury to his shoulder. Mitchell has had several weeks off to rest and recover from his injury through over-use but gets back into sparring this week. The Blairgowrie boxer was forced to bypass his match-up against Kerry Foley on Saturday 7 July but has re-scheduled the fight to take place on Friday 7 September at The Melbourne Pavillion. Mitchell is confident he can bring up another return victory but is still expecting the very best from a “very tough opponent”.

“He’s got the power in either hand to potentially knock me out,” he said. “He’s been a professional for about 12 years and he’s always had awesome potential to go further, so it will definitely be a hard fight.” Mitchell said he is stoked to have “finally landed a big fight” after several potential fights continually falling through in the build up to his fight with Foley. “While Kerry Foley wasn’t on our radar, after his most recent outing and a first round KO, he called me out! As Vijender’s (Singh) team have ducked us for an easier option this is something I won’t do,” he said on social media. It could potentially become a Peninsula-heavy card, with the likes of Kane Watts, Jai Alexander, Lochie Higgins and Jason Whateley all looking to take up fights on the night. Ben Triandafillou

Westminster grasps national sailing title By Harry Fisher ADELAIDE’S Westminster School capped off an eventful four-year team journey to take out its first Australian Schools Team Sailing Championship on Sunday 15 July at the Blairgowrie Yacht Squadron. The four-day regatta came to an exciting finish, especially for the hundreds of spectators on the Blairgowrie pier, as the top eight teams took to the water in strong winds and sloppy seas in order to decide the champions. The same three skippers from Westminster, made up of Alex Higgins,

Matt Meaney and Angus Higgins, have fallen just short of the national title on a couple of occasions but changed their luck with an emphatic victory in the best of five grand final. They met the renowned Scotch College team with the overall result decided in just four races, with Westminster claiming it 3-1. Brighton Grammar School was the surprise packet of the finals. Scraping into eighth position after the Swiss league, Brighton Grammar School went on to make the semifinals only to fall short to the eventual champions in Westminster.

They then raced off against the Friends School from Tasmania in the petit final that would decide third place and fell just short again, however the local fans were still proud of Brighton, as they finished as the first placed Victorian team. Hobart’s Fahan School clinched an emphatic victory in the all-female final, winning the best of three sail-off against Sydney’s Ascham to clinch the school’s first girls championship. At the conclusion of the Swiss league round-robin, the Friends School from Tasmania sat on top of the table in the outright lead,

and worked hard to make their way through a couple of hurdles, but ended up bowing out in the semis to the eventual runners up, Scotch College. Their cross-town rivals, Hutchins School, had similar issues and bowed out of the finals in straight sets after coming into the finals with a double chance in fourth place. When racing wrapped up, celebrations were had on the shore as coaches and sailors alike were dragged into the freezing Blairgowrie waters. More than 300 people packed the club’s main function room to crown

the champions and extend invitations to the inter-dominion team sailing championship in New Zealand later this year. The Australian Team Sailing Association also recognised some individual performances of sportsmanship through the umpire’s awards which were well received with some great storytelling by chief umpire Simon Irving. Next year’s national event heads to Hobart at the Sandy Bay Sailing Club.

Top sailors: Some of Australia’s best junior sailors descended upon the shores of Blairgowrie for the Australian Schools Team Sailing Championship. Picture: Jennifer Medd

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Wheelchair tennis talent compete internationally By Ben Triandafillou MORNINGTON Peninsula’s wheelchair tennis talent took it to the world stage with a dominant victory in the World Team Cup on Sunday 3 June. Wheelchair tennis players, Riley Dumsday and Heath Davidson, competed in the BNP Paribas World Team Cup in the Netherlands, with the latter combining with four-time Australian Open champion Dylan Alcott, to claim their second quad title in three years. Davidson, of Rosebud, dropped the opening singles rubber to Israel’s Noam Gershony in the final but the top seeds quickly proved their status as Alcott levelled the tie with a convincing 6-0 6-0 win over Patrick Ben Uriel (ISR).

The Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medallists eventually claimed the quad title with a 6-3 6-1 victory in the deciding doubles rubber. Davidson said he was fairly confident in the pair’s ability heading into the doubles final. “I play my best tennis with this guy (Dylan),” he said. “Even though I didn’t get the job done in my singles, I was confident in Dylan and I for the doubles.” Australia’s junior team also managed to secure fourth place after reaching the semi-finals, with 13-year-old Riley Dumsday, of Mornington, getting the call-up for the national squad. It was Riley’s first time competing internationally and with the support of some of the more experienced

players, he put in a top performance to compete against players up to five years older than him. Riley wasn’t able to secure a win in his singles but bought up a couple of victories in his doubles matches. Riley’s father, Steve Dumsday, said that the experience was great for Riley with some of the more experienced players also offering some advice to help him in the future. The budding talent then backed up his results from overseas with a victory in the Queensland Wheelchair Tennis Open singles final on Tuesday 3 July. Riley defeated his World Team Cup teammate, Finn Broadbent, in the final 6-4 6-2, before finishing runnersup in the doubles.

Smashing it: Thirteen-year-old Riley Dumsday takes his talent overseas and competes in the World Team Cup for Australia. Picture: Supplied Triple threat: Saalim Nasser (left), Riley Dumsday and Finn Broadbent represent Australia at the World Team Cup. Picture: Supplied

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