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CASEY’S Multi-faith Network may get the chance to address the United Nations in New York. The mayor of Casey will call upon the State Government and State Opposition to support a bid for the group to speak at the famous UN headquarters in Manhattan. In a notice of motion that he plans to submit next week, Casey mayor Geoff Ablett will call for the council to meet with the State Government and Opposition to discuss the viability of the Casey Multi-faith Network travelling to UN headquarters in New York to present its mission objectives and explain its community involvement. The development comes after Cr Ablett spoke of the virtues of the Casey Multi-faith at a special dinner last month to celebrate his appointment as mayor, calling for the group to meet with delegates at the UN. “I’d like the multi-faith to put a presentation together for the UN,” Cr Ablett said

this week. “I will recommend that council write to both State Government and State Opposition to co-ordinate a meeting regarding the concept.” Cr Ablett, a Casey Multi-faith delegate along with deputy mayor Amanda Stapledon, said the network’s message of tolerance and harmony had to be heard on a global scale. “Everyone turns on the TV and sees conflict between various faiths overseas, whether it’s English or on the West Bank and one of the first things I did was to organise Multifaith delegates on the council,” he said. “Casey is the biggest municipality in the state, with 50-odd families moving in a week from different faith groups. “We need to tolerate and understand people’s differences.” Jim Reiher, president of the Casey Multi-faith Network, said he was humbled by Cr Ablett’s UN suggestion and agreed that the network’s message was one that the whole world needed to hear. Continued Page 7

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for the opening lap and take part. “That’s anybody who helped someone suffering from cancer - children, families and friends,” she said. “Just let us know for catering purposes.” At 8.30pm, there will be a candlelight ceremony, where people right messages on lanterns and then they are lit up around the track. Entertainment will run throughout the night and there will be food vendors available for the 20 hours. The relay will end at noon on Sunday. The cost to take part is $20 per person, and teams and individuals can sign up at http://www.relayforlife. org.au/ or find out more by emailing cranbournenarre@relayforlife.org.au.

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Axe falls on tree chop ex-mayor By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS FORMER Berwick mayor Syd Pargeter OAM has been convicted and fined for cutting 29 cypress trees on his neighbour’s property in Harkaway. When Dandenong Magistrates’ Court magistrate Lesley Fleming delivered her decision on Tuesday afternoon, Pargeter, 85, defiantly protested in court that he had permission from his neighbour to prune the trees’ crowns - which had been shading solar panels on Pargeter’s bordering shed. “I’m a man of my word. I don’t think this case has been run fairly, with all respect to the court,� he said. Pargeter was visibly unhappy with the magistrate’s verdict, accusing his neighbour of lying and saying that he was a “man of his word�. He ignored several requests by Ms Fleming to cease his protest, criticising his former legal representatives for directing him not to give evidence in court during last month’s hearings. “I don’t think it’s fair,� he said. “I’m willing to swear on my family Bible I’ve had since I was 12 years old. “I thought you were heading to be a judge. I’ll be appealing this in the interests of solar energy.�

In an effort to bring the court to order, Ms Fleming said she wouldn’t allow Pargeter to “give unsworn evidence from the bar table�, and that Pargeter had the right to appeal her decision. She eventually handed down her sentence, rebuffing Pargeter’s written submission not to convict him. He was found guilty of criminal damage, fined $1200 and ordered to pay $2280 costs. Pargeter had argued in the submission that a conviction would jeopardise his passport rights to promote a football boot patent in Germany and the US.“This case has cost me a few thousand dollars and your ruling will cost me more and ruin me financially,� he told the court as he handed over the submission. After the sentencing, Pargeter declared in court that the ruling was “a slap in the face to the solar industry� and asserted his right to free speech. Earlier, Ms Fleming said she was satisfied beyond reasonable doubt that the pruning had caused damage to the trees’ structure. “I’m satisfied that the accused didn’t have a lawful excuse and didn’t have permission to cut the trees.� The court found Pargeter had hired a third party to lop the top half off a 40-metre section of cypress pines which were

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originally about four metres tall and presented a receipt for $79.10 to his neighbour. In his record of police interview, Pargeter said he had a verbal agreement with his neighbour - something the neighbour refuted on oath in court last month. “If I was going to have my trees pruned or cut in any way, I’d have my own contractors do it. I’d not involve Mr Pargeter at all,� the neighbour said in court. Ms Fleming said the victim had grown the trees partly to conceal Pargeter’s property. “He considered (Pargeter) an unsatisfactory neighbour.�Arborists had stated in court the pruning had been done in a “sub-standard� fashion. They expected the trees to grow back with vigour. However one arborist said that the “massacred� trees would “never look the same again�. Prior to Tuesday’s sentencing, Pargeter had dismissed his legal team with whom he had several public clashes inside and outside the courtroom during last month’s hearings. At one point, he called them a “pack of bastards� after they prevailed against his wish for a last-minute witness. Pargeter’s neighbour said outside court the decision was “correct and just�.

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WHEN Amanda Stapledon was on her Mayor’s Walk for Disability earlier this year, she got to experience first-hand the inconvenience faced by the Hampton Park community every day. As the convoy of people taking part tried to cross Pound Road from the seniors centre to continue on their journey, they were forced to wait about 10 minutes before they could cross safely. Hampton Park Seniors Centre president Neil Shepard said that was where their fresh appeal for a pedestrian crossing along that stretch of road started. “I said to Cr Stapledon, ‘now you know how we feel trying to cross this road’,” he said. “And our campaign started from there really. We were advised to start up a petition.” At last week’s Casey council meeting, Councillor Damien Rosario tabled a petition on behalf of the residents with 565 signatures seeking a commitment to the provision of a pedestrian crossing on Pound Road. Mr Shepard said this issue had been brought to the attention of VicRoads on

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CONGRATULATIONS on the article Disabled Cash Funding Statue (Gazette, 6 November). Impressive investigative journalism. Under no circumstances can it be deemed acceptable to fund a statue using resources earmarked specifically to improve disability and aged care access and building infrustructure. There are many community organisations crying out for funding so they can assist as many as possible. What a slap in the face to see that they may have missed out on a wheelchair ramp or other facility improvements because an unwanted statue has been funded and placed in High Street, Berwick. Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship Nicholas Kotsiras needs to explain how, in this case, the community grants program has been responsive to community needs. No community needs a statue. There should be a full investigation into how this has occurred and why there is a discrepancy in who actually receives the funding. This will not be the end of this long-running saga. The Spiridon Louis statue has been made possible through inappropriate funding and, as more information comes to light, it totally vindicates the Berwick community and its stance against this out of place statue. Norm Morrish, Secretary, Residents, Ratepayers and Friends of Berwick Village.

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Socially speaking Casey Fields a dilemma In relation to â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Casey Fields firms as favouriteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; (online 8 November) Colleen Jackson: A poor decision by Casey Council. The council members need to practice what they have been preaching. They have decided to name a suburb after a sporting facility. Residents were advised that it could not be a name that was already in use. Casey Fields should never have been an option as a choice of name for a new suburb. Nothing wrong with the name itself but it is already in use by a fairly well known sporting complex. Trying to read through the council agenda for last nightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s meeting has highlighted how absurd the decision is, so much information regarding Casey Fields but not one bit was relevant to the new suburb. Imagine the outcry if a suburb was named Etihad or MCG - same thing isnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t it? Leanne: Really disappointed. Casey Fields is a sporting complex not a suburb name. Guessing by the results that it was the council who did the vote counting. Jo: Casey Fields will only cause more con-

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UN multi-faith mission From front page “It would be the opportunity of a lifetime,” Mr Reiher said. “We would need the help of political channels and Australia’s seat on the Security Council could also be an advantage.” But Mr Reiher said a pitch to the United Nations detailing the multifaith concept should involve other interfaith networks from Victoria, which now has more than 40 multifaith and interfaith groups, particularly the Greater Dandenong Interfaith Network which is celebrating its 25th anniversary next year. “The Dandenong Interfaith is the oldest in Australia and an extraordinarily positive group,” he said. “We need to get the other inter

Alfresco exercising By LACHLAN MOORHEAD AN OUTDOORS exercise facility designed by the Rotary Club of Narre Warren is one step closer to being built after council threw its support behind the project. Council officers have agreed to prepare a master plan for the proposed exercise path and exercise stations, to be located at the retarding basin and lake in Narre Warren’s Victor Crescent, after the project was pitched to Casey Council in August by Rotary member and Community Service director Tim Fisher. After receiving the support of both council and Melbourne Water, Mr Fisher said construction of the exercise path would start next year.

“We are getting a cost estimate prepared and the site will be structured so that the development’s staged,” he said. “Council has indicated their support. There will certainly be funding from the Roatry Club and we’re optimistic about funding from council and Melbourne Water. “Council saw the project as a valuable use of the land.” The one-kilometre long and threekilometre wide proposed path, to be located directly behind Bunnings, will run around the perimeter of the lake and include over five exercise stations with equipment for step-ups and sit-ups. The Rotary also plans to get corporate sponsors on board to whom it would dedicate the workout stations.

Mr Fisher said the Victor Crescent area was highly frequented by pedestrians and an ideal space to service the community through promoting a healthy body and mind. “The exercise path and stations will be a permanent asset for this particular part of Narre Warren,” he said. “I pitched the idea to the Rotary Club last year and they got behind it. Then I wrote a letter to Melbourne Water and they wrote back favourably and encouraged us to contact council.” Cr Sam Aziz highlighted the great work Narre Warren Rotary Club does for the community and said he can’t wait until the Victor Crescent project materialised.

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The man refused to give his name to the officers and started throwing punches and wrestling with them. Both PSOs were injured in the attack, sustaining a bloody nose, a rib graze and eye and elbow swelling. The attacker, in his 30s, was arrested and later released pending charges. Wayne Viney, Casey Police Inspector, said any assault on PSOs is an assault against the community.

“We want our PSOs and police to go home safely just like anyone else,” he said. “The role of all PSOs and police is to make people in the community feel comfortable. Alcohol can affect this in a negative way.” Insp Viney said last week’s assault was an isolated incident and that there was no trend with PSO attacks at Berwick station.

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faiths involved, it shouldn’t be any other way.” Cr Ablett said he will contact other multi-faith and interfaith networks in the region to gauge their interest regarding a potential UN presentation, including groups from Dandenong, Cardinia and Frankston. At a special council meeting on 28 October, the City of Casey formally recognised the Casey Multi-faith Network for delivering its multi-faith statement in council meetings. To find out more about religious and faith organisations in Casey, contact City of Casey Customer Service on 9705 5200 or visit www. casey.vic.gov.au to view the multifaith statement.


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Meeting of ‘lost’ sibling By BRIDGET SCOTT WHO would have ever thought that a Hampton Park resident would make international headlines for being a guest at her own sister’s wedding? Ordinarily, it wouldn’t, but in the case of Janis Richardson-Burns her attendance at this wedding was quite unique, given it was the first time she had ever met her sister and the bride-to-be. At the age of 15, Ms Richardson-Burns migrated from the United Kingdom to Australia to live with her aunt and uncle. She left behind 11 siblings. Her 12th sibling Jane was born after she migrated. Ms Richardson-Burns thought her sister Jane’s wedding was the perfect opportunity to revisit her homeland and be part of a huge family reunion. She said it was fantastic to catch up with her siblings, whom she had not seen in more than 40 years, plus meet another for the first time. “It just felt like I already knew her,” the Hampton Park resident said. Ms Richardson-Burns said she was in high demand while visiting, with all of her brothers and sisters asking when they would have their time with her. During her trip, the mother of four also visited her birth-

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Sign of things to come By BRIDGET COOK A LACK of signage to highlight the change of direction on Pound Road has been confusing motorists for more than 10 years, according to Maurice Browne. The Clyde resident says he has been pushing VicRoads for quite some time to install a sign along Pound Road to alert drivers that they have to turn right to stay on the road. When heading east along the road from Hampton Park to Narre Warren, it turns into Shrives Road and drivers have to make a right turn to stay on Pound Road. Mr Browne said there has been no sign to let drivers

know that. “I first became aware of the issue about 10 years ago when I worked for the ambulance service,” he said. “We had trouble finding a house, because there was nothing to tell us that we were no longer on Pound Road. “I rang VicRoads at the time but nothing was done. “If people don’t know there area it could be very confusion and even cause crashes.” Mr Browne said he visited Hampton Park about six weeks ago and realised there was still no sign. “I have rang VicRoads four or five times since then

and still nothing has been done,” he said. “I’m disgusted that they take so long to take some action.” VicRoads acting regional director Con Stasinos said the complaint had been investigated. “Following community concerns, VicRoads has investigated the need for a directional sign to be installed at the intersection of Pound Road and Shrives Road for road users travelling east,” he said. “A directional sign will be installed on Pound Road, prior to the intersection, facing road users travelling east by the end of November 2013.”

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Street wants trees axed A GROUP of Narre Warren residents has called on Casey Council to remove the eucalyptus trees in their street. Goran Djumic from Tomasetti Crescent in Narre Warren submitted a 15-signature petition to Councillor Louise Berkelmans last month requesting the removal and replacement of the trees which were planted during a re-development of the street more than five years ago. Mr Djumic, along with a group of other Tomasetti Crescent residents, fears the trees will become a safety hazard should they be allowed to continue to grow. “This is a preventative action to replace the eucalyptus trees which were planted at the time of the street’s redevelopment some five years ago,” he

said. “Once the trees are too big to be effectively managed, the safety of our families, properties and general infrastructure including underground cabling, gas, water and electricity - will be at risk.” Mr Djumic has previously attempted to discuss with the City of Casey if the trees can be removed and what species they could be replaced with. “I feel that elements such as geographical location, environmental aspects and also soil types should have been considered before making the selection for the planting,” Mr Djumic said. Mr Djumic said the petition he presented to the council had three aims starting with Tomasetti Crescent’s planting classification which allows only eucalyptus trees to be grown in the street.

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“The first objective is to change the planting classification of the street and then we can discuss other trees with council. “The second objective is to remove the existing trees that are still there and still growing,” Mr Djumic said. “The third objective is to replace the trees with a friendly species to improve the street.” Cr Berkelmans said that a report concerning the Tomasetti Crescent petition will be presented to councillors next month. “Inappropriate trees planted by developers many years ago are an issue throughout Casey and we’re slowly working through it,” she said. “We can certainly look into the removal of these trees but it often depends on the contractors and their availability.”

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Pear shaped for adventure pair By LACHLAN MOORHEAD WHEN Ray Johnson and his brother Travis signed up for the Kathmandu Adventure Series at Lysterfield Lake on Saturday, they knew they might hit a few hiccups - but they didn’t think they’d lose each other during the course. “It went a bit pear-shaped, we lost each other!” Ray, from Narre Warren, said. “In a team challenge like this you have to do everything as a pair and you have to stay within 100 metres of each other. “We were going OK at the start and then we lost each other for an hour and so I just kept going on my own. “There are a lot of checkpoints to find and things can

definitely go wrong in the rain. “The lesson is to always work together.” Despite the mishap, the Johnson brothers got through their third Kathmandu Adventure Series relatively unscathed. The 30-plus kilometre race comprises mountain biking, running and kayaking and is specifically designed for teams of two. “Events like this get the adrenaline pumping,” Ray said. “It was also handy this year because Lysterfield is down the road for me. I train down there all the time.” While he admits the pair did better last year, Ray said he and Travis battled admirably through the soggy Melbourne weather.

“When we did the first one two years ago we had to get used to it and we’ve progressively got into it more and more,” he said. “It’s an opportunity to challenge yourself and to step out of your comfort zone. “I do a lot of these triathlons on my own so it’s good to do it with my brother, it comes with a big sense of achievement.” The 2013 Kathmandu Adventure Series consists of a number of events across several locations, with the option of entering one, several or even the entire series. For more information or to sign up for the Kathmandu Adventure Series visit: www.kathmanduadventure.com.au

Community Diary Dance night for fire victims BERWICK residents will be able to dance the night away while raising funds for a good cause next week. Woodlands Park, the Local Lend Lease retirement community in Berwick, is hosting a Charity Concert Dance Night for the New South Wales fire victims on Friday 15 November and the local community is invited. The concert starts from 6.30pm to 9.30pm and will feature hit rock, country and pop songs from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s performed by Woodlands Park resident Lyndsay Warwick and talented friends Alan Taylor and Stan Azzopardi.

Above: Ray, left, and Travis Johnson competed in the Epic Adventure series over the weekend for the third year in a row. Right: The Johnson brothers paddled hard during the kayak challenge at Lysterfield Lake.

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The event is BYO drinks and nibbles and Woodland Park is located at 72 Kangan Drive, Berwick.

Cultural fete DON Bosco Primary School in Narre Warren is holding its school fete on Friday 15 November. The night will celebrate all of the cultures within the school with a display of costumes and memorabilia from the school families’ cultural homelands. The fete starts at 5pm and will finish with a wonderful fireworks display at 9.15pm. Don Bosco is located at 496 Princes Highway, Narre Warren.

Narre Warren AT THE Narre Warren Senior Citizens Club meeting on Wednesday 6 November, members praised the great day they had enjoyed at the club on Cup Day. They had multi-coloured balloons and decorations and lots of roses that made the place look festive. The TV was on while members watched the races and excitedly took part in their own betting pools. A barbecue lunch was also provided. The club’s most recent meeting was rather low key in comparison. Door prizes were won by Eliazabeth Choo, Reg

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Hallam THE Hallam Senior Citizens Club has light chair exercises at 11am every Monday, followed by bingo at 1.30pm. On the first and third Friday of the month there’s also bingo at 1.30pm. On Tuesday 19 November there’s a lunch cruise at Tooradin at 10am. New members are always welcome. For more information about the club contact president Paul Lorenzo on 9703 1068, or secretary Dorothy Mickelson on 9796 7580.

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Life under repair Three-tier tour of duty CASEY youth interested in politics, law or a career in the public service have the opportunity to apply for an invaluable experience. The City of Casey is again offering young people the opportunity to join the 2014 Australia Day Study Tour. For the past 29 years the tour has provided a group of young people with an opportunity to learn more about the three tiers of Australian Government. The successful applicants will learn about Local Govern-

By LACHLAN MOORHEAD AFTER a mental breakdown which saw him lose his house and his job, Bruce Austin is putting his life back together. Two and a half years after the catatonic episode, Bruce is excited to again be helping the YMCA Casey Arc management team co-ordinate a free mental health and wellness evening this month, following last year’s successful seminar. The Berwick father-offour said his volunteering with Casey Arc continues to improve his health. “It’s all helped me a lot… it gets my eyes off myself. You get to talk to people and just help them,” he said. “I want to get rid of the stigma attached to mental health. It still has this stigma when it comes to talking about it openly and we need to dismantle that.” The 53-year-old is familiar with this stigma. It was April 2010 when Bruce suffered his breakdown after working himself into the ground while running his own business. “I was working too much and basically ran myself dry. At first the doctors thought it was a heart attack but it turned out to be a catatonic episode,” Bruce said. “It was like the main switch in my head turned off. I ignored the warning signs. I was feeling tired all the time and eventually it catches up with you.” After being taken to Monash Hospital and then daily monitoring from the Casey Crisis Analysis Team (CAT), Bruce now sees a psychologist and

Casey Arc volunteer Bruce Austin, Manager Chris Hargreaves, Joanne Dilorenzo and Jeremy Orchard have been busy planning the centre’s upcoming health and wellness evening later this month. Picture: MEAGAN ROGERS psychiatrist once a month while volunteering part time at Casey Arc. “I was told to do 40 minutes of exercise a day, so I went to Casey Arc because my wife already went there,” Bruce said. “Then the next step was to get involved with some volunteering work and I started doing it at Casey Arc. I helped lead an all-abilities walking group every Thursday and then last year helped run the Mental Health Evening.” Following a discussion with Casey Arc Manager Chris Hargreaves during which Bruce told his story, it was decided that others needed to hear it too. And this year Bruce is excited to have beyondblue on board, with one of their representatives speaking at the event. “Chris said it would be really good to get the message out there because then we could

help more people,” Bruce said. Bruce said mental health services in Casey are being overwhelmed and saw an opportunity to have an impact on others who are heading for a breakdown, going through recovery, or wanting to prevent mental illness, but may not know where to turn. Keynote speakers at the free event, which will cater for up to 70 people, include Dr Monica O’Kelly - Director of CBT Australia and a Senior Lecturer of Psychology at Monash University, a beyondblue representative, Casey ARC staff and Bruce himself. The mental health and wellness evening will be held from 7pm on Thursday 21 November at Casey Arc in Narre Warren and registration is essential for the free event. Anyone interested can register online at http:// www.caseyarc.ymca.org.au.

ment House for four days by meeting with politicians, including leaders of both parties and attending sittings of Commonwealth Parliament. City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett encouraged all eligible youths to apply. Nominations close on Friday 22 November. Interested applicants must meet five eligibility requirements before they apply for the program, which can be found at www.casey.vic.gov.au/adst.

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Tickled pink and passionate BERWICK Village traders will be tickled pink this weekend as they support breast cancer awareness. Businesses in Berwick Village have thrown their support behind the Pink Smurfettes, a team of four women who are currently raising money for the Walk to End Women’s Cancer in March. The Pink Smurfettes have all been closely touched by breast cancer; Jane Masters, Lindsey Buick and Simone Oliver have or are undergoing treatment and so didn’t

hesitate when Jenny Prowse asked them to join The Pink Smurfettes and take part in the walk. Team leader Jenny has watched all three personally struggle with their unique cancer journey. Simone was recently diagnosed and started radiation therapy this week, Lindsey recently finished treatment and Jane was treated two years ago. “Every person participating in this walk is so passionate about the cause and has been

touched by cancer,” Jenny said. “I don’t want to see any more breast cancer in women, let’s end it, just get rid of it. “I have watched too many women struggle.” Pinking Berwick will be supported by traders along the shopping strip by ‘pinking up’ their shop fronts on Saturday 16 November and a free family-friendly event will also be held with entertainment and activities. The event will also feature

Veronica the Pink Lady, a tribute field, entertainment all day, a jumping castle and showbags. It is the second time Berwick has gone pink for breast cancer awareness. The Pinking Berwick event will be held on High Street, Berwick, from 10am to 3pm on Saturday 16 November. Pinking Berwick will raise for Breast Cancer Network Australia and the Pink Smurfettes for 2014 Weekend to End Women’s Cancers benefiting the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

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Make the smart home move technology based companies spawn from within the smart device category. One of these, Push Controls, provides application based functionality from any smart device to enable integration with other technological/ electronic devices. While the advancement in processing power within these smart devices generally eclipses the requirements of daily uses, most people go about their day-to-day activities unaware of their capacity. Over the last 10 years, there have been many novel attempts to integrate “convenience technologies” into what has become known as the modern smart home. Computerised lighting, entertainment and AV systems, climate control, security... the list goes on.

Combining any or all of these services within a home has always been costly and/or convoluted. Until now. With the development of smart devices, namely Apple and Android devices, there has been a huge push from developers to finally bridge the gap between the blatantly ostentatious (and fundamentally novel smart home concepts) and the average household. This development has been centralised around open source technology to create infinitely expandable and intuitive smart home solutions which not only utilises existing technology/infrastructure but are also cost effective in homes of all value without over capitalising on property value. With ever increasing costs of living people are looking for new ways to reduce their monthly household costs,

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Seniors enjoying life

Healthy Ray of hope

One of Santa’s helpers and a reindeer had a good time at Westfield Fountain Gate.

Santa slides in SANTA brought the Christmas cheer to Casey over the weekend when he flew his reindeer-led sleigh into Westfield Fountain Gate on Saturday. The jolly red giant brought the spirit of Christmas to a host of Casey kids who had turned out to see him, while Santa’s arrival was announced with a parade throughout the centre with all of his colourful friends in tow, including Mrs Claus, a group of elves and the Justice League crew.

Even Batman and the Riddler can get along when Santa’s in town.

JACQUELINE Laaksonen, Village manager of Saffron Grove Retirement Village in Hallam, nominated Ray Stewart for the Healthy and Active Living Award, Victorian Senior of the Year Awards, this year. Jacqueline started working at Saffron Grove Retirement Village in October 2012. “The community spirit here is something I continue to enjoy and brag about, to whomever will listen – contractors, staff, visitors, prospective residents and the local business community.” Ray and Glenys Stewart moved to Saffron Grove in August 2010. In the early development of village life, a hired professional facilitated exercises for health and fitness. However, numbers diminished over time, perhaps due to the ‘advanced’ schedule of the classes. So, Ray stepped in and things greatly improved. Attendance increased and, fun and laughter became part of the sessions. He conveyed to all residents that, he would be helping them out as a friend and, that they were not official exercise classes. They would just be a group of friends catching up, each exercising to their own individual abilities. Ray uses exercises recommended by the Arthritis Foundation. Ray has an ‘unassuming’ high profile within the village

Ray Stewart, Marilyn Higgins and Pat Smith at Santa Grove Retirement Village. and recently became the president of the Residents’ Social Club Committee. He is easygoing and is very approachable. Since he took over the exercise group, he has made a great difference to village community well-being. Residents who previously did not attend, have joined the group and are experiencing the benefits of gentle exercise.

Ray’s positive attitude is contagious. He is an inspiration to all. Come along for a tour of the village and view the beautifully appointed display units. Meet some of our lovely residents, including Ray – you will be amazed. Saffron Grove Retirement Village is at 8 Saffron Drive, Hallam. Telephone 8795 7380.

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Entertainment �� Dining, what’s on, bands and more…

A full acoustic Spectrum ACOUSTIC artists will take to the stage this Friday night for the Spectrum Entertainment Unplugged event in Narre Warren. The FReeZA committee, who put on music events for Casey’s youth, have organised a line-up of acoustic artists for young people to enjoy at the Narre Warren Learning Centre tomorrow night. Headliner D@Sea and supporting acts For Our Hero, Millie Tizzard, Chris G and first-time FReeZA performers Jack Pellow, Angel and Brooke Colvin will rock the stage from 7pm to 11.15pm. City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett said he was thrilled that such a great event would be held so close to home for many Casey residents. “FReeZA regularly organise an excellent range of events for Casey’s young residents and Spectrum Entertainment Un-

plugged is set to be one of the best ever,” he said. “As a teacher I understand the need for young people to enjoy fun events in a safe environment that is nearer than the city, so this event which will be held at the Narre Warren Community Learning Centre is perfect. “Spectrum Entertainment Unplugged also gives emerging performers the opportunity to display their musical talents in front of a wider audiences.” Tickets can be purchased prior to the event from all City of Casey Customer Service Centres and Youth Information Centres for $10 or they are available at the door for $12. This event is fully supervised and drug, alcohol and smoke free. For more information visit www.casey. vic.gov.au/youth.

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YES, it really is spring! We can all enjoy the sunny days and the perfumes of flowers, shrubs and trees filling the air. Shady trees, lovely gardens and picnic tables make the Old Cheese Factory a rewarding visit. The Casey Council has put a great deal of work into the grounds and surrounding gardens and it is a great place for an outing. On 23 November the Rotary Club of Berwick Farmers Market is a special place to take the whole family. In the children’s play area youngsters can unleash their energy in the huge castle or their imagined mystery world. Customers can sit under the trees and watch over their children as they enjoy the safe play area.

The park like surroundings, provide a refreshing place to relax with a barbecue brunch or lunch, a soft drink or a cup of coffee. We carefully select stall holders and have increased the range of products. There is a selection of more than 40 producers, which includes a wide range of the best quality seasonal fruits and vegetables. Apples, strawberries and raspberries are currently at their delicious best. Like the fruit and vegetables, the market offers an exceptionally wide range of different beef, chicken, lamb and pork cuts. A service offered by the meat suppliers is that they will bring prearranged Christmas orders to the market for customers. Family needs can be selected from the offers of biscuits, breads,

cakes, cheeses, chutneys and jams, garlic, olives and oils, pastas, herbs and spices. There is a quality range of fruit juices, beers and wines. You can be assured that the farmers’ market provides outstanding fresh products at competitive prices. Customers do take up the offers and taste test the quality of samples from the stalls. The Christmas Twilight Market on Monday 23 December from 4pm to 8pm. It’s a family festival, with fun for children and Santa will provide special treats. There is free parking at The Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick. The Rotary Club of Berwick Farmers Market is on Saturday 23 November, 8am to 12.30pm. Inquiries to Joe Collins at jco33418@bigpond.net.au.

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THE Final Smackdown is just two weeks away. It’s the final South Sea Roller Derby home team match-up for the year. The Dolly Rogers and the Cutthroat Charmers will battle it out on Saturday 30 November. Doors open at 6pm and skates down is at 7pm at Springers Leisure Centre, 400 Cheltenham Road, Keysborough. All ages are welcome to attend. Entry is $10 for adults, $5 for children and free for under-5s and a portion of ticket sales will go to support Movember. Tickets are available at southsearollerderby.com and on the door. The event also features market stalls - there are no ATM facilities.

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Rotary’s round for charity By BRIDGET SCOTT MEMBERS of Casey Rotary Club hold high hopes for a huge fundraiser next month which will see all monies raised go to not-for-profit organisations across the City of Casey. On 6 December, the Rotary group will hold its Annual Charity Golf Day at the Cardinia Beaconhills Golf Club. Casey Rotary Club’s John McGreal said he was looking forward to the event which he hopes will raise up to $20,000. “We raised about 14 or 15 thousand last year and are hoping to raise about $20,000 this year,” he said. With half the entries already taken spots are quickly filling and Mr McGreal urges anyone who wishes to get a place to grab a ticket soon. At only $115, guests will play a round of golf followed by a two course dinner that night, with entertainment from a live band and former AFL star Tommy Hafey. Mr McGreal is also excited for a new hole-in-one competition on the day, which will give golfers the

chance to claim $10,000 in prize money. With a number of local organisations set to benefit from the day, Officer’s Riding for the Disabled will be a big beneficiary. Sally Francis from the organisation will speak at the Rotary Club’s meeting next Monday. Riding for the Disabled aims to offer the same opportunities for those with disabilities, who would usually be unable to participate in events such as equestrian and horse riding. Other recipients from money raised on the day will include Windermere, the Hampton Park Uniting Church, Oz Child and blind school set to open in Berwick. Golf day tickets are still selling with a small amount also available for the two course meal that night for $55. For more information or to book a ticket phone John McGreal on 0403 118 854 or Kim Stillburn on 0417 126 496. The golf will kick of about noon on Friday 6 December, with dinner, auctions, raffles and live entertainment to follow that evening.

Paige Welsford, Tia Williams and Kiren Hurren from Riding for the Disabled. This local organisation will be a beneficiary of the money raised at Casey Rotary’s Charity Golf Day on 6 December. 76109 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

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Award on board By LACHLAN MOORHEAD

Jonathan Bell was over the moon to receive a WorkSafe award in recognition of his hard work in helping injured employees return to work.

JONATHAN Bell was holidaying in Malaysia when he found out he had won a WorkSafe award for his involvement at Narre Warren Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, but it didn’t stop him from celebrating. Jonathan, a musculoskeletal physiotherapist at the clinic, received the honour as part of the Victorian WorkCover Authority 25th annual WorkSafe Awards announced last month. The award recognised his outstanding achievements in helping people rehabilitate and return to work following an injury. Despite being nominated for the award in August following both a written and video application, Jonathan said he was shocked when he heard the news that he had won. “I was a bit surprised, there

are a lot of people out there who inspire a lot of people,” he said. “There are some people out there who are fantastic practitioners.” Jonathan said it was integral for a physiotherapist to have regular contact with their patient’s workplace. “I think it’s important to communicate with the workplace and to help get the injured person back to work and doing something meaningful,” he said. “We’ve been able to see over the years what works and what doesn’t. “Everyone wants to get back to work as quickly as possible.” State Government Assistant Treasurer Gordon Rich-Phillips congratulated the 10 winners of the WorkSafe Awards, from 323 entries, for being industry leaders in health and safety. “Whether it is coming up

with solutions to safety hazards, implementing a wellbeing program or helping an injured worker get back to work, the contributions and commitment of our finalists and winners contribute to safer workplaces,” Mr Rich-Phillips said. “I congratulate the award recipients and commend them on their dedication, their innovations and their hard work in workplace safety. “The WorkSafe Awards showcase innovative approaches to health and safety, return to work and health and wellbeing and also represent an opportunity for businesses to follow the example of leaders in this field.” For more information on the Narre Warren Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, which also has remedial massage therapists and holds Pilates classes, phone 9704 8520.

Teachers learn how to build careers By CASEY NEILL MANUFACTURERS in Melbourne’s south-east need young workers to bolster their ageing workforce, and high youth unemployment continues to trouble the region. “Those two problems shouldn’t be able to co-exist,” Beacon Foundation’s Duncan McKimm said. And that’s where the national notfor-profit steps in with Manufacturing XL. With help from South East Business Networks (SEBN) it brings together businesses and schools to provide pathways into apprenticeships, traineeships and entry-level jobs. What’s stopping young people entering the field? Mr McKimm said it’s a lack of awareness of the opportunities available and misconceptions about what a career in the industry involves. “It’s about design and engineer-

ing know-how rather than muscle and dirty welding-bays,” he said. “When you ask kids ’what is manufacturing?’ most kids don’t have any idea.” Beacon’s aim is to inform students so they can make a choice to enter manufacturing. On 31 October Hallam Senior College and Keysborough College teachers toured four manufacturers to help them bring business into the classroom. “How to use the stuff businesses do every day to teach the curriculum,” Mr McKimm said. They visited Fantech in Dandenong South, Norden in Dandenong, Britannia in Mulgrave and Erntec in Scoresby to help them understand the manufacturing opportunities available to students. “Teachers can’t know everything about every industry, so it’s our job

to help explain and show them what those industries are all about,” Mr McKimm said. “There’s so much more to a job than a job description. “The idea of the day was that we’d develop a class with each one of those businesses that they’d then go and deliver before the end of the year.” These presentations are called ‘business blackboards’ and bring manufacturers into the classroom to teach a lesson based around their daily tasks. From there students can tour the manufacturer, apply for work experience and get guidance on study and job opportunities. Keysborough Secondary College teacher Peter Green was on the tour. He said kids regularly asked “what Fantech’s Pat Moynihan shows teachers Amanda Quinn, from Hallam am I going to use this for?” during Senior College, and Peter Green from Keysborough College what a lessons and he could now give them career in manufacturing is all about. 108671 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS some examples.


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Home Theatre Packages, planning and installation TV Wall Mounting Universal Remotes Whole-House/ Outdoor Music Whole-House Austar/Foxtel Whole-House Data

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Showroom by appointment

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Call Matt 0419 561 093

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OFF Present ER! This Ad for a 10%D *Offer Ex iscount pi res 30th

Well respected local business with over 10 years experience

Free Quotes:

FIREWOOD, mixed timbers, split, ready to burn, $100 pcm, Red Box $150 pcm, delivered. 0408 549 193. EXERCISE BIKE, Proform Recumbent, excellent condition, less than 6 months old, includes USB connectivity, headphone jack, digital monitor, various workout programs with different levels of resistance, pulse grips that measure pulse rate and monitor workout intensity, side hand grips and adjustable seat, uses AC power or battery, Cost $499 sell $350. Beaconsfield. 0413 330 106. FRIDGE, Kelvinator, 490 litre, good condition, good working order. $220. Call 0418 366 260.

1300 888 668

Nov

FURNITURE, wall unit, brown, wooden with glass doors and chaise lounge suite, near new, grey, EC, $850. 0432 045 759.

0404 422 049

www.berwickwindowcleaning.com.au

Offers full replacement service in timber and aluminium windows. Phone for an obligation FREE QUOTE

Personals DEATHS

FOR SALE

STONE, Fred. Our deepest sympathy to your beloved wife Helen and family. Our thoughts are with them at this sad time. - Chairman, Committee and Staff, Cranbourne Turf Club.

BOTTLE OPENERS, collection of over 300, many very rare, EC. $200 the lot. 5941 3625. BUFFET, drawers and shelving, matching double drop side dining table, can seat 6, all EC, $450ono. Phone 5941 4216.

TAYLORED ceremonies

C733797-KK40-9

CELEBRANTS

For something special Naomi Taylor, Authorised Civil Celebrant

FIREWOOD, redgum split, ute and truck loads delivered. Call Peter: 0418 997 423.

GARAGE SALES Having a Garage Sale?

GRAB A GARAGE SALE SIGN PACK ONLY $9.50! The pack includes • 4 waterproof signs • Marker pen • Tips to make your sale a success

GOLF BUGGY, Electric, with charger, remote control, walk behind, clubs not included. $195. 0408 354 809.

BERWICK, 11 Marida Court, Saturday 16th November, 8am-1pm. Girls toys, Weber BBQ, golf clubs and more. POOL CLEANER, "Kreepy Krauly" style, fully automatic pool cleaning system, suits above and in ground pools, cleans floor and walls, includes 10m of hose, brand new in box. $159. 0419 668 981.

BERWICK, 19 Valley View Crescent, Saturday 16th November, 8am - 12 noon, furniture, clothing, bric a brac, household items. Bargains galore. BERWICK, 40 Lawrence Drive, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November, 8am-4pm. Relocation sale, everything must go.

BERWICK Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November 8am-4pm. No early calls. Huge garage sale. Furniture, electrical goods, bric-a-brac and clothing.

NEED EXTRA CASH? From now until Christmas Star News Group are offering BUNK BED, bottom double, top single, white, 2 draws under bed. $290. 0407 402 584.

0409 407 519

50% DISCOUNT on *Until Sold advertising. Now is the best time to sell those unwanted items.

naomi@tayloredceremonies.com.au

Call our Classifieds Department on 1300 666 808 to place your ad.

FOR SALE

BED, QS, Sleepmaker, Ulitmate Silhouette, plush pillowtop, paid $2,000 for mattress with receipt, still under guarantee, with base. Will not disappoint. $700ono. 0466 907 240.

CAMERA LENS, Nikon mount, Sigma, 150-500mm, f/5-6.3, DG, OS, HSM, APO. Ultra telephoto zoom lens ideal for nature, wildlife, or sports photography, OS (Optical Stabilizer) system minimizes image blur caused by camera shake, UV filter. Hardly used, EC. $875 ono. 0402 121 355. Warragul/Pakenham

Call Julie

OFFICER Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November, 8am start. Tradies materials, household, sporting items.

CRANBOURNE NORTH, 34 Waverley Park Drive, Saturday 16th November, 8am - 3pm. Household and caravan items etc.

3cm x 3cm box advert in the Berwick, Cranbourne and Pakenham News and a Garage Sale Sign Pack! The pack includes 4 x waterproof signs, a marker and tips to make your sale a success!

Phone 5945 0600

MARKETS

C1078931-KK25-13

MATHS AND ENGLISH

SPECIAL Mulch & Screened Top Soil Cardinia Waste & Recyclers are overstocked $20 per m3 Can deliver up to 30m³ loads.

SCREENED TOP SOIL: $20 per m3 Can deliver up to 10m³ loads. Delivery costs apply.

C1085644-KK32-13

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PIANO, Alex Steinbach, upright, GC, $2,000. Ph: 0499 651 340. Berwick.

New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale. It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat unless the microchip identification number of the animal is included in the advertisement or notice. A registered domestic animal business may use its Council business registration number as an alternative.

For further information, call 136 186 or visit www.dpi.vic.gov.au/pets

CHERYLS GROOMING

5941 5790

Small breeds. 5996 5272.

ALL TREE WORKS Pruning, shaping, removals. Mulching/sales, free quotes. John 0401 623 500.

TOP SOIL Delivered in 10 metre loads

Professional Dog Grooming 40 years' experience Poodle and all breed specialists Care & kindness guaranteed

$35 Metre Pakenham, Berwick

$37 metre

Narre Warren, Cranbourne • Garden Pebbles • Mulch • Sleepers

MASSAGE THERAPISTS

DOG MINDING SERVICE, (re-started), good size enclosures in rural setting. Only small number of dogs. Lots of individual attention. 0419 535 960, 5942 7458, 0417 427 457.

Ellagant Pooches

Screened, best quality, blended, suitable lawns and garden beds.

GEMBROOK MARKET 4th Sunday of the month 9am - 2pm Puffing Billy Station Gembrook (Melway:312K10) FREE ENTRY Enquiries: 0437 664 121 gembrookmarket.com.au

Ph: 9769 9252 themusiccentreberwick.com.au

C1098283-JL43-13

I & G STUDD & SONS PTY LTD Ph: 5941 1880

73 Pentland Drive

Shop 4-5,162 Main Street, Pakenham

Phone: 5941 4578 EXPRESS MOBILE DOG WASHING & GROOMING PETA 0435 109 944

ADVERTISERS in this section are qualified practitioners and are offering a non-sexual service.

www.expressdogwash.com.au Hydrobath and blowdry from $25 Full Clip from $45 Pet sitting available.

Computers

DOMESTIC CLEANING SERVICES, Professional, meticulous and affordable. $24 per hour. Available after 1pm weekdays and all day weekends. Call Magda 0415 657 731.

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 4 Peach Blossom Court, Saturday 16th November from 8am.

WANTED TO BUY

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COMPUTERS

COMPUTER REPAIRS

Business Computing Specialists

ALL HOURS ONSITE REPAIRS Virus/spyware removal, networking/internet sharing. Professional reliable techs. 9799-8884.

Serving the southeast since 1990

CASH FOR SCRAP

C1091840-PJ37-13

TUTOR

BERWICK MARKET, 7am - 1pm, Saturday 16th November, Monash Uni carpark. 0411 676 659.

Saturday 16th November, 8am-4pm. Gardening equipment, tools and more.

B E R W I C K

MULCH

Place your advert now for only $52 and you will get:

NARRE WARREN

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The Music Centre

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 6 Chislehurst Court, Saturday 16th November, 8am-2pm.

ACADEMY OF VOICE

GARDEN /OUTDOOR

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 33 Robinswood Parade, Saturday 16th November, 7am-1pm. Bargains.

All Ages & levels Welcome ENROL NOW!

PETS & SERVICES

NARRE WARREN, 17 Knightsbridge Court, Saturday 16th November, 8am-2pm. Moving house sale.

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EDUCATION & TUITION

Primary to year 9. Experienced, registered teacher. 0438 589 063.

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 1 Halcyon Way, Saturday 16th November, 8am start, no early callers. Moving house sale.

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guitar - piano - keyboard bass - drums

PAKENHAM UPPER, 75 Old Gembrook Road, Saturday 16th November, 7am. Household goods, old bottles, kids toys etc.

ARE YOU HAVING A GARAGE SALE?

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 263 Ormond Road, Saturday 16th November, 8am-1pm. Outdoor setting, deb dresses, suitcases, truck bits, Christmas tree, books, and more.

MUSIC LESSONS

By Jean-ne. Mobile unit Singing lessons that come to you. Enquiries directed to Jean-ne 0434 488 579.

MASSIVE GARAGE SALE

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 68 Harrington Drive, Saturday 23rd November, 8am-4pm. Household goods, lots of toys, brica-brac, curtain tracks and curtains, all most go, cheap prices.

Weekdays 12pm - 8pm, Sat 10am - 5pm

PAKENHAM 6 Mason Mews, Saturday 16th November, 9am-5pm. Household items, bric-abrac, Christmas items, crystal, crockery, some collectible items etc.

PAKENHAM, 7 Fallingwater Drive, Saturday 16th November, 8.30am 3.30pm. Jason leather chair, dropside table, metal shelving, plus size clothes, sundry items.

HAMPTON PARK, 6 Pinnacle Way, Saturday 16th November, 8am-3pm.

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14 Station Street,

CRANBOURNE NORTH, 9 Flax Court, Saturday 16th November, 9am -2pm. Huge sale, heaps of bargains.

PIANOFORTE MUSIC COLLEGE & SALES

C1099842-JL44-13

9703 1616 0439 656 044

Piano/Keyboard, Guitar, Bass, Sax, Clarinet, Flute. Singing.

IRONING

GARAGE AND BUILDERS SALE

In your home or mine. 11 years to adult. WWC. Phone Russ: 5941-5130. Pakenham and district.

MUSIC LESSONS

Call Liz 0467 676 867

BERWICK, 7 Glendale Crescent, Saturday 23rd November, 8:30am-2pm. Deceased estate. Handyman's tools, chainsaws, electric saws, electric plane, nail gun, staple gun, hand tools, ladders, door closer, whipper snipper, grease gun, hedge trimmer, blower vac and much more. Assorted household goods, binoculars, sound system, DVD player, carpet, fans, market umbrella and lots more.

*Conditions apply AIRLESS SPRAY GUN, Wagner,SF23, hasn't done much work, maybe 300 hours, $3,000 ono. 0409 607 602.

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16 Natren Court PORTABLE TOILET, 20 litre capacity, fully selfcontained, no connections needed, great for camping, caravan, boat etc, easy to clean and carry, brand new in box, never used. $85. 0419 668 981.

GARAGE SALES

PAKENHAM

BERWICK, 21 Ellesse Way, Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th November, 9am-3pm. Household items, furniture, bric-abrac and much more.

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56 Reynolds Road, Saturday 16th November, 8.30am-4.00pm. Household goods, furniture, camping gear, tools and much more.

1300 666 808

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9794 8989

C642900-JL27-8

PATRON WINDOWS

FIREWOOD, pine off cuts, 19m load. $175 delivered. $70 for trailer load delivered. Phone 9796-4166.

ADVERTISERS please note that advertisements in this classification must be pre-paid.

C1098707-JO43-13

WINDOWS

FIREWOOD

C1102083-JO46-13

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ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, Ikea brand, brown with white doors, GC. $175. 0430 563 529.

TOOL BOX, fully lockable, 9 compartments, will fit GU Nissan Patrol ute, slight surface rust, otherwise GC, $1,000. 0409 416 319. Healesville.

Schools, Scouts, Guides etc free stalls. Pakenham Football ground, Princes Hwy. Bookings 0422 822 688.

1021237-PJ16-12

5942 7664 0418 890 612

DOUBLE BED, federation frame, Sleep Easy pillow top mattress, as new. $400. 9707 2605.

C1082052-JL28-13

C389274-HJ50-5

WATER CARTAGE

DISPLAY CABINET, 10 years old, very good condition, great for displaying Jewellery or precious items. Will deliver to Berwick area. Paid $850 will sell for $300. Call Sam on 0438 211 261.

SWING SET, 3 sections, multi-play unit with double and single swings plus trapeze, strong and durable, suits all ages, brand new in box, available now for Christmas. $89. Ph: 0419 668 981.

3rd Sunday of Month, THIS SUNDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 8AM-1PM 100 PLUS STALLS!! $20 a stall. Some under cover stalls available

GUITAR OR UKE LESSONS

SN1083130-PJ29-13

Free Quotes Call 9769 9361 or 0412 080 627

C752112-JL1-10

Specialising in Lounge, Dining and Restoration Reliable and Professional Service

HOUSEMAID CLEANING SERVICE

(Pakenham Community Market)

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS

Full Design, Technical, Advisory & Supply Services, On-site & Workshop Repairs

Computer

N T AT VES

9791 8356

27 Intrepid St, Berwick

36 Bennet St, Dandenong

Ph 1300 85 39 39

C100368-JO45-13

PJU Formerly Chiselwyks

SUNDAY MARKET

Trash & Treasure, Craft, Food, Car Boot and Garage Sales.

Ph: 9798 3074 or 0417 582 601

Furniture Upholstery

DOMESTIC

C1101986-JL46-13

C1080920-JO27-13

30 Years Experience A Full Recover Service Lounge Suites Made to Order Free Quotes Free Pick-up & Delivery

COFFEE MACHINE, Delonghi, fully automatic coffee maker, 3 years old, good condition. $125. Call 9769 9491.

GARAGE SALES

C1076517-PJ12-13

APB UPHOLSTERY

FOR SALE

C784346-SH17-10

FOR SALE

C1064218-KG50-12

UPHOLSTERERS

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Classifieds HORSES IRISH SPORT HORSE, brown gelding, 15.2hh, superb temperament with lovely rhythmic paces and willing jumper, good to shoe, float, catch, worm, suit intermediate rider. $3,500. 0433 503 155.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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CASEY CITY COUNCIL Casey City Council (Council) gives notice of its intention to rename Cranbourne East, part of Clyde, and part of Clyde North shown on the map below to “Casey Fields” (the Proposal).

POSITIONS VACANT

VEHICLE STOCK CONTROLLER

CAFE FOR SALE GEMBROOK Currently trading Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Popular busy breakfast and lunch cafe. Reasonable rent. Equipment as new. Reluctant sale. $40,000. 0418 998 884 or cafe 5968 1289.

Warragul City Motor Group, are the franchised Dealer for Ford, Hyundai, Honda and Great Wall for West Gippsland. We currently require the services of an experienced Stock Controller to efficiently co-ordinate procurement, preparation, delivery and transfers for all our brands. With a proven record in Stock Control Management and a reputation for outstanding customer contact, the successful candidate will need to be self-driven with thorough attention to detail. Dealership or Automotive Stock Controller experience is essential. You will have established computer skills, knowledge of the VicRoads online registration and transfer system, and be a team player. If you are a conscientious, motivated person, with an enthusiastic manner, and believe you have the capacity to assist in the expansion and growth of our business, please send your application and CV to Shane Dunemann at shane.dunemann@ wcmg.com.au

HOSPITALITY GEORGIO'S

9702 1642

WAIT STAFF REQUIRED Bar or barista skills will be an advantage. Evenings only. Casual position. Call John before 6pm, 7 days. 9707 3030.

BOOKKEEPING

POSITIONS VACANT

BAS AGENT Work on site or from home. 13 years' experience. Phone 9795 8564 or 0418 346 818.

C940378-KK28-11

WANT TO SAVE TIME & MONEY?

PUBLIC NOTICES FREE CLEAN FILL Wanted clean fill site, South eastern area. Dams, gullies, paddocks. Filled and levelled, no charge. Phone 0418 356 583.

AGISTMENT NAR NAR GOON, large paddocks, private $40pw, group $30pw. www.snow view.net 0438 118 224.

C1101830-JL46-13

TAX TIME

APPRENTICE ROOF TILER

Must be reliable and hardworking. Above award wages apply. Call 0418 992 890. Pakenham based.

APPRENTICE ROOF TILERS Required for South East Suburbs with well established roof tiling company. Must have own transport, ie; Driver’s licence. Will learn all aspects of roof tiling. Good conditions and above award wages. Pakenham based.

C739347-KK44-9

TAXATION /ACCOUNTING

Call 0401 488 874

Phone Julie 0410 410 956

0447 642 643

Registered Tax Agent. ELS. Home visits.

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Phone 0413 993 258

Contract No CT000110 Closes 4 December 2013 Full details are available at: www.casey.vic.gov.au/tenders

C1101962-JL46-13

Tennis Pavilion Upgrade Doveton

PUBLIC NOTICES

RESERVES COACH & UNDER 17’S COACH REQUIRED The Pakenham football club affiliated with Casey Cardinia require a reserves coach and under 17’s coach for season 2014. All applicants to call 0407 825 214 or e-mail pakenhamfc@bigpond.com Applications close 23rd of November C1102054-JO46-13

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If so, we would love to have you on our team. We are an innovative growing clinic looking to attract a dedicated team to increase our service to our community. We work in a highly organised fast paced environment.

Boutique salon in Berwick requires an enthusiastic, reliable team member. Position available for 1st or 2nd year apprentice. Call 9702 5288.

Tenders Robinson Reserve

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Would you like to play an important role in helping people improve their lives and regain their health and vitality? Do you enjoy serving people? Do you bring a sense of enthusiasm, optimism, enjoyment and accomplishment to your work?

KILOMETRES

APPRENTICE HAIRDRESSER

CONTRACT & TENDERS

SB7012

AND COMPLETE CARE GROOMING SERVICE • Therapeutic Heated Hydro Bath • Grooming • Flea Rinse • Clipping • Nail Clipping • Blow Drying Phil & Sue

The Victorian Equal Opportunity Act 1995 makes it unlawful for an advertiser to show any intention to discriminate on the basis of sex, pregnancy, race, age, marital status, political or religious belief or physical features, disability, lawful sexual activity/sexual orientation, HIV/AIDS status or on the basis of being associated with a person with one of the above characteristics, unless covered by an exception under the Act. As Star News Group could be legally liable if an unlawful advertisement is printed, Star News Group will not accept advertisements that appear to break the law. For more information about discrimination in advertising, contact your legal advisers or the Equal Opportunity Commission.

We are looking for a part time team member whose duties include taking responsibility for all organisational and clerical functions regarding patient care. Proficient computer skills are essential and general office administration experience in the service industry is desirable. The successful applicant would have the ability to show initiative, multi-task and learn new procedures quickly. A professional telephone manner is a prerequisite.



Please contact the Team Leader-Property Services Ms R Pugin on 9705 5200 for any further information on the proposal. A person may make a submission on the proposal. Any person proposing to make a submission under section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 must do so by the close of business on Friday 13 December 2013. All submissions will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Act. Submissions should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, and can be hand delivered to Council’s Office at Magid Drive Narre Warren or posted to the following address: The Chief Executive Officer Casey City Council PO Box 1000 NARRE WARREN 3805 A person making a submission is entitled to request in the submission that the person wishes to appear in person, or be represented by a person specified in the submission, at a meeting of the Council (or of a committee determined by the Council) to be heard in support of the submission. Mike Tyler Chief Executive Officer

To register your application, email your resume to reception@tpchiro.com.au Please reply no later than Wednesday 27th November at 12pm, please include a cover letter explaining why you are the ideal candidate for the position.

RECEPTIONIST REAL ESTATE We are offering a fantastic opportunity for the right person to manage our reception and support administration staff. You will have extraordinary communication skills, exceptional presentation and a professional and polished telephone manner. You will clearly understand the importance of delivering the best customer service in the industry and possess good computer and up to date technology skills. You will be required to work Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm.

www.casey.vic.gov.au POSITIONS VACANT

POSITIONS VACANT

APPRENTICE CABINETMAKER

B DOUBLE DRIVER

Commercial Joinery company in Hallam. Must be responsible and reliable person. Please fax resume to: 9796 5935 or email: accounts@cabfm.com.au Phone: 9796 5943

Required for local pick ups and deliveries into Melbourne. Based in Koo Wee Rup.

Call Dave 9311 2700 Kitco Transport.

C1098975-JL44-13

C542458-KK26-7

5941 2516

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cats@pakenhamcats.com.au

Public Notice

AVON

DISCRIMINATION IN ADVERTISING IS UNLAWFUL

C1102052-JO46-13

C1065437-KG48-12

All breeds, no cages, friendly environment. Closed Sundays and Mondays. Call Melanie 5940-9988.

PROFESSIONAL C1020245-JL15-12

HOT DOGS GROOMING SALON

PUBLIC NOTICES

Real estate experience preferred but not essential.

Please send your resume in confidence to marisaa@chrispeake.com.au or fax 9707 5322.

FEED TANKER DRIVER

Required to drive out of the Pakenham mill for Tooradin based company. Heavy combination licence. Vic Roads printout and references required. Afternoon shift, 5 days per week. Previous Applicants need not apply

Contact Steve or John, office hours, 5998 3524.

C1100328-KK45-13

PETS & SERVICES

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

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Classifieds POSITIONS VACANT

POSITIONS VACANT

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

ASSISTANT MANAGER

HIAB Cranes, Australia’s leading crane manufacture and supplier is seeking motivated team members with own tools. Located in Dandenong South we require

DRIVER

QUALIFIED ROOF TILERS & APPRENTICES WANTED

Narre Warren Hair & Beauty College

C849323-KK39-10

Required to drive out of the Pakenham mill for Tooradin based company. Heavy combination licence. Vic Roads printout and references required. Morning shift, 6 days per week. Previous Applicants need not apply

Fulton Hogan

Small family owned business servicing the agricultural sector with bulk liquids is seeking to obtain a professional driver to join their small operation. MC licence and tanker experience preferred, but not essential.

Applicants MUST have South East Water experience. Send details to Pipeline Administration, PO Box 690, Dandenong 3175 or fax to 8791 1100 or email ashlee.davenport@fultonhogan.com.au

Ben 0421 707 015

TRUCK AND TRAILER DRIVER PART TIME/CASUAL position for truck and trailer quarry/asphalt deliveries S/E Suburbs. Must have Tipper and Road Ranger Exp. Asphalt exp preferred, can train.

9704-6495 C1050829-KK37-12

C110196-JL46-13

CREW LEADER (Sewer) EXCAVATOR OPERATOR (Sewer)

PROFESSIONAL DRIVER

Own vehicle required. Please call Narre Warren Newsagency:

Contact Steve or John, office hours, 5998 3524.

Fulton Hogan are currently looking for people experienced in sewer construction for the following positions:

EARLY MORNING DELIVERY DRIVER

PANEL BEATER Must be qualified and experienced in automotive industry. Frankston area. Top wages, excellent conditions. Immediate start, full time.

Grant: 0419 248 372 Office: 9773 6655

Please forward all resumes to info@deplhaulage.com.au

QUALIFIED BACHELOR OF EARLY CHILDHOOD Qualified Bachelor of Early Childhood Educator required for well established long day care centre in Pakenham area. Part time / full time positions available. Please forward resume please email humanresources@ryanroadcc.com.au or drop in resume to 1 Ryan Rd Pakenham. PHONE CALLS CANNOT BE TAKEN.

narrewarrenhairbeautycollege@hotmail.com Short Courses and Workshop

Now Recruiting Warehousing

C1102222-JL46-13

WANT A JOB ‘TILL CHRISTMAS?

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Letterbox delivery of community newspapers and advertising materials on a weekly basis.

WALKERS WANTED

WE DELIVER TO YOU AREAS AVAILABLE IN YOUR SUBURB REGULAR WORK WITH FLEXIBLE HOURS ALL AGES WELCOME (STUDENTS, ADULTS, RETIREES, FAMILIES, ETC)

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED VEHICLE AN ADVANTAGE

Please call us at

For South Eastern suburbs. HR/HC Licence required. Must be experienced. Ph: 0407 535 556.

PART TIME SALES ASSISTANT

Narre Warren Newsagency and Tattslotto. Previous experience required. Send resume to: PO Box 123, Narre Warren, Vic 3805.

Call: 1300 663 161 www.pennymiller.com.au

SITUATIONS WANTED NEED AN ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OFFICER? Excellent person can provide to all your accounts needs. Maintenance of suppliers database/processing bet 200-250/day suppliers invoices/credits. Reconciliation of suppliers statement's/EFT payments. Can do end to end AP functions in any ERP systems. Call me now to save money dollars on your overhead. Call RJH 0422 434 755.

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With a shot put, discus or running in her favourite event - the 100m sprint - Berwick athlete Dayna Crees is ready to compete for Victoria Picture: JARROD POTTER at the School Sport Australia Track and Field Championships in Brisbane. 109897

Dayna eyes medals By JARROD POTTER MULTI-TALENTED athlete Dayna Crees is set to challenge the rest of Australia across a wide range of events when she flies to Brisbane in a fortnight. The 11-year-old all-round athlete from Berwick earned her rightful place in the School Sport Victoria (SSV) under-12 state team after a pair of victories at the state championships in October. While representing Berwick Fields Primary School at the State Primary Track and Field Championships last month, Crees won

gold medals in the Girls’ 9-13-years 100m Athletes With Disability (AWD) and the Shotput AWD category. Crees has a condition called hereditary spastic paraplegia - which affects balance and muscle development - but she hasn’t let it stop her becoming a state champion and hopefully Dayna can keep her winning ways going at the nationals. “I competed in shot put and got a score of 3.93 metres and I came first in that, and then I competed in the 100 metres sprint and I finished in 19.19 seconds and got first in

that as well,” Crees said. “I just have a passion for it - I like throwing and stuff and also running. “It’s really exciting and I’m really happy (to represent Victoria).” Her event card for the national championships is a mouthful: shot put, discus, long jump, 100m and 200m sprints and also the relays. Her aim for the championships is simple - she wants to pick up a couple of medals, especially if one of them is in her beloved 100 metres sprint. “I at least want to get even may-

be a bronze medal, it would be good to get even silver or a gold,” Crees said. “I don’t know how I’ll go though, as I’ve heard there are a lot of strong teams up there so it might be hard to compete against them, but I’ll just give it my best.” On top of her athletics, Crees is also a keen swimmer and plays basketball for Berwick Basketball Club. The School Sport Australia 12 Years and Under National Track and Field Championships will be held in Brisbane from 22-26 November.

Taylor-made for athletic victories By RUSSELL BENNETT AT just 14 years of age, Fountain Gate Secondary College track and field star Taylor Vasiljevic’s athletic future is as bright as the sun. Competing in her pet events, the 1500-metre and 3000-metre race walks, she came home with gold medals from both the School Sports Victoria (SSV) State Track and Field Championships, and the All Schools Track and Field State Championships. Taylor has so far had a year of ups and downs in 2013, with a number of small yet nagging injuries. But she has bounced back to her best form over recent weeks and has qualified to compete at

the national championships, and the Athletics Victoria Junior Championships. Her parents have always told her that results will come her way if she prepares thoroughly, and her sheer determination and will to win are bound to lead to plenty more future success. Taylor already has a host of Little Athletics State Championship medals, competing for Casey, and says she just wants to improve her form to be the best athlete she can be. Keep an eye on the News in the coming weeks for an indepth interview with this rising star of the local track and field circuit.

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CRANBOURNE Training Complex will accommodate trainers from Pakenham in the early part of next year after news that the Pakenham Racing Club’s brand-new $70 million facility at Tynong is months behind schedule. The PRC’s existing Racecourse Road facility will close after the Pakenham Cup meeting on 9 February next year, with the trainers expected to move into their swank new home on 22 February. Bad weather has caused a delay in construction of the Tynong complex, forcing local trainers to look for alternate training facilities. Cranbourne Turf Club chief executive Neil Bainbridge has been in talks with his Pakenham counterpart Michael Hodge and it’s been agreed the clubs will work closely together through the PRC’s transitional stage. “Cranbourne’s in a position where it can help racing participants from Pakenham to get through that transitional phase and we’re more than happy to do so,” Bainbridge said. “It’s all about participation. Trainers need to keep their owners happy and they can only do that through training and racing their horses for money. There are a few logistics we need to work through, but we’re happy to help out.” Around 650 to 700 horses use the Cranbourne facility on a daily basis. With those numbers likely to swell and with only 468 tie-up stalls available, co-ordinating those growing numbers will undoubtedly be the biggest challenge the club needs to deal with. “We may need to pre-arrange days and times with the Pakenham trainers, but that depends on the numbers coming across,” Bainbridge said. “The facility opens at 3.30am and some trainers are out by 5am, it’s just a matter of co-ordination.” Pakenham Trainers Association president John Gunning said while the situation was not ideal, everything was being done to limit the inconvenience. “They’re going out of their way to help us,” Gunning said. “We’re all inconvenienced, but it’s happened and we just need to get on with things the best way we can. If you’re building a new home or whatever it is you do, sometimes you get behind schedule; we just need to get on with it.” Gunning said the impact of a move to Cranbourne had been softened significantly by the support shown by Cranbourne and the racing industry as a whole. “If we go to Cranbourne, we won’t be treated like an outside trainer when we go there,” he said. “The fees can be three times more for an outside trainer than an in-house trainer. They’ll treat us as an equal over there. “We’ll need their support even after we move to the new track. We won’t have a grass track until about six months after the move, so we’ll rely on their support for grass-gallops and jump outs.” Pakenham trainers will be hoping some of the magic of the facility rubs off with 20 Cranbourne trainers combining for a staggering 34 winners in the last 10 days.


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Bourke boost to football By RUSSELL BENNETT

me because I live close to the region, but the main attraction was the strategic focus,” he said. “I see an opportunity to drive the direction of the game and the development of it. “Taking a local focus on local football is something I’m really passionate about. “I have no desire to work in the domain of AFL - I love local footy.” Bourke said his first goal was to “come in, sit down and talk with our stakeholders and do a situational analysis on football in the region”. Negotiations have started between the commission and AFL Victoria on the development of a long-term local sporting hub, with a major announcement expected in the New Year. The uptake from clubs to the commission has already proven to be highly successful, with the Frankston and District Junior Football League (FDJFL) and its member clubs signing on, as well as clubs from the PCN Alliance and Mornington Peninsula Junior Football League (MPJFL).

1. WHO captained the Australian soccer team that reached the 2005 World Cup finals? 2. WHICH member of the Royal Family was named British Sportswoman of the year in 1971? 3. IN what event did Australia ‘s ‘Oarsome Foursome’ win gold at the 1992 Olympics? 4. IN which country was 2013 Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente born? 5. WHICH English county team has Aussie cricket captain Michael Clarke played for? 6. IN how many races did the legendary Phar Lap compete in North America before his death? 7. WHICH country did Australia whitewash 5-nil in the 1973 Davis Cup final? 8. HOW many gold medals did swimmers Mark Spitz and Shane Gould win between them at the 1972 Olympics? 9. WHAT sport is played in the Disney movie ‘The Mighty Ducks’? 10. WHY was English soccer star Tony Adams jailed in 1990? 11. WHICH Pakistani cricketer was sent home in controversial circumstances during the 1989-90 tour of Australia ? 12. WHO beat Muhammad Ali for the world heavyweight boxing title in 1978? 13. WHO won soccer’s World Cup in 2010? 14. WHICH horse won the Cox Plate in 1981, 1982 and 1983? 15. HOW many wickets did Bob Massie take in his famous Test debut at Lord’s in 1972? 16. WHICH was the first Australian horse to win $250,000 in prizemoney? 17. IN what sport did Australia win its lone silver medal at the 1976 Olympics? 18. WHO was the first West Australian cricketer to hit a Test century in Perth ? 19. IN what year did Alan Jones win the world motor racing drivers’ championship? 20. WITH which glove does a southpaw boxer lead?

Trading Casey blue for Adelaide red, Alex Gummer’s whirlwind last couple of months reached a new peak with a Picture: SUPPLIED goal on debut in the W-League on Sunday. 109956

Gummer goals on her debut By JARROD POTTER WHEN it comes to seizing opportunity, most people would be well off following the example of Casey Comets’ soccer dynamo Alex Gummer. The 21-year-old, originally from Warragul, went from a disappointing end to her 2013 winter soccer season following her Casey Comets Women’s Premier League (WPL) team missing the playoffs in September - to earning her place on a W-League roster. Most people get a car or an expensive round-the-world holiday for their 21st birthday present, but although Gummer’s came a week late, securing her spot on the Adelaide United roster was exactly what she wanted for many years. “Just a week after my 21st birthday I trialled over in Adelaide and we got notified and found out I’d have to move to Adelaide,” Gummer said. “Moved at the end of September, then we’ve been doing pre-season and the season started yesterday (Sunday). “I still can’t even believe it as it happened so fast.” Gummer was listed in the 27-person WPL All-Stars squad to face the Tasmanian All-Stars and Melbourne Victory, but had to withdraw from that roster to

put her name down for an even greater one. Gummer made her mark early in her W-League debut against the Western Sydney Wanderers. She cast aside any pre-match nerves to snare the first goal of her career in the 31st minute to put Adelaide United ahead, before a late rallying goal from the Wanderers levelled the ledger 1-1. “We got notified on Friday night that we were travelling and then we left (to go to Sydney) and Saturday night we found out the teams and that I was starting and that’s when the nerves started to kick in,” Gummer said. “And I guess I just started and the nerves kicked in, so I started focusing on the game. “It was from a corner (the goal) - the ball was bouncing around at a bit of a ping pong moment and bounced off into my path and then I just had a crack at it and it went in. “I don’t think I really believed it I’ve been playing centre back so I don’t get the opportunity to score much so I turned around and started screaming - I don’t remember this but everyone was telling me they were tapping me on the back and jumping into the huddle.” While they couldn’t claim the win,

Gummer said it was great to play her part in the draw and be part of that group and the W-League competition. “It was a good feeling - of course I would’ve preferred to get the three points - gladly would’ve given up my goal for some others to get some and get us the win,” Gummer said. “You don’t really expect to get a goal on your debut - it has been an awesome last couple of months - everything has just happened so fast and it’s been crazy. “Ideally I’d just like to keep my spot and keep improving for the team and improving as the league goes on and hopefully get some solid results and work our way up the table.” Adelaide United’s W-League team faces Melbourne Victory at home this week before the all-important homecoming on 21 December, with a large group of Gummer fans set to cast aside their Victorian Blues and don the United Red and support their rising star. Opportunity can never strike without good support, so Gummer wanted to thank the two important coaches in her career that have got her to this point. Comets’ coach Ian Williamson and United coach Ross Aloisi, her parents Michelle and Stephen - and best friend Laura Croft.

Cougars set to bounce back By RUSSELL BENNETT 1096724-EP46-13

NEW AFL South East Commission general manager Jeremy Bourke began his new role earlier this week, and is currently based at Casey Fields where he will soon be joined by two football development managers - Ben O’Brien and Michael Roberts. Bourke recently told the News that the role of the two development managers would be to closely examine both game and local club development. Bourke said he - and AFL South East - would provide help to struggling clubs in need, and encouraged them to look at their stronger competitors and clubs in other leagues for motivation. “Our resources have always been focused on game development, but for the first time we’re turning that around and really looking at our clubs,” Bourke said. “We think their development and the internal structure of them is just as important as ensuring we get players through our elite pathways.” Bourke has most recently served as the CEO of the Northern Football League (NFL) and has also previously worked in football operations with the Amateurs (VAFA). He played a vital role in helping transform the public perception of the NFL from what some deemed to be ‘a thugs league’ into a professional outfit. He can’t wait to start work in one of Australia’s, and football’s, biggest growth corridors. “The south east appealed to

THE BERWICK Cougars will be looking to bounce back quickly from consecutive disappointing losses when they face Bonbeach at home this Sunday afternoon. The Victorian Summer League Division 2 baseball side went down 6-1 away

to Moorabbin in Week 6 action and now sits fourth on the ladder with three wins and two defeats from its five games so far. But the Cougars are still well within reach of the thirdplaced Springvale, and will be looking for a strong performance on their home diamond at Cyril Molyneux Re-

serve in Berwick this Sunday from 3.30pm, before facing Malvern in Altona the following night. In other Cougars news, the Melbourne Aces will hold a special baseball and T-ball clinic at Cyril Molyneux on 20 November from 4.305.30pm. Junior Cougars players

will get the chance to rub shoulders with some of Melbourne’s brightest baseballing stars, and each will even receive a ticket coupon to an Aces game. There will also be an autograph session after the clinic. Junior Cougars players should call Melissa on 0425 737 328 to book a spot.


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Bloods’ pressure on the rise By JARROD POTTER SPRINGVALE SOUTH carved through the Narre Warren (142) order to push into third on the DDCA Turf 1 ladder.

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Swans spring surprises By RUSSELL BENNETT CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE THE SWANS continue to loom as the surprise packets of this Victorian Premier Cricket season after an impressive home win over the Camberwell Magpies at Casey Fields. Casey-South Melbourne won the toss on day one and sent the visitors in - restricting them to just 171 inside 65 overs. A stellar half-century from Tom Rickarby (86) and a fighting 44 from Simon Hill saw the Magpies reach a defendable total, but Andrew Perrin (5/36) wasn’t to be denied. He cut through the

visitors’ batting line-up like a hot knife through butter, dismissing both Magpies top scorers on his way to a brilliant fivewicket haul. Resuming on day two on 0/31 - just 140 runs in arrears of Camberwell and still with all 10 wickets remaining - the Swans started unconvincingly - losing Shane Maggs (12) and Chris Hall (3) early. But the home side steadied, thanks in large part to an 81-run stand between opener Josh Holden (64) and Daniel Watson (37). The pair took the Swans to 3/131 and put the side back on the track

to victory. But Casey was still in for a few nervous moments before wrapping up the contest - losing another five wickets before finally reaching the target. Tom Russ (2/20), Jack McNamara (2/23) and Brendan Drew (2/40) shared the workload with the ball for the Magpies, while Nathan Freitag and Lachlan Sperling each scored 17 valuable lowerorder runs to help see the Swans home. With the win, Casey-South Melbourne jumped to sixth on the Victorian Premier 1st XI ladder, and will next face the third-placed St Kilda in a stern test at the Junction Oval, starting this Saturday.

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pass 20 as the lower and middle orders crumbled. Shannon Mathers (4/36) was Merinda Park’s leading wicket-taker, while skipper Jamie Smith finished with 2/73 and Jarrod Armitage 1/49. The Cobras will resume next week on 0/10 after five overs, still needing another 194 runs for victory. Meanwhile, the Maroons are still in with a fighting chance at home against reigning premiers Tooradin, reaching 7/187 (cc) at Upper Beaconsfield Rec Reserve in the only other Round 5 match-up to see day one action. Opener Matt Hutson (69) led the way with an impressive half-century while skipper John Simpson contributed a valuable 28-run cameo. But the Seagulls proved miserly all day, conceding less than 200 despite bowling a full 80 overs and they would still be odds-on favourites heading into the second day’s play. Still, the Maroons at least gave them something to think about in their chase. Tooradin skipper Aaron Avery was the pick of the visiting attack, finishing with the ultra-economical figures of 2/17 from 15 overs. Bodie Brown (2/44) continued his fine form with the ball while moustachioed stalwart Brenton Adams (1/25) and Steve Hamill (1/33) claimed a wicket apiece. District Beaconsfield 9/251 (T McDermott 51, B Monagle 42, J Dodd 38no, T Keily 5/73, J Miller 2/24) v Catani. NNG/Maryknoll 7/279 (S Lewis 74, K McLeod 43, S Pullen 37, B Hunt 4/64, T Sheperdson 2/74) v SFX Old Collegians. Devon Meadows 177 (D O’Brien 65, L Carroll 43) v Cranbourne Meadows 0/2. Sub-District Nyora 182 (J Hackett 77, A Taglia-

Shane Dole didn’t have it all his own way against Merinda Park on Saturday but still top-scored for the Demons with a fighting half-century.

50 with captain Paul Hill (43) before his pegs were rearranged by Berwick rising star spinner Tanner Stanton (1/40). Hill kept on with the chase and had Jake D’Atri (42) join the party with the pair putting together a 67-run partnership before both fell with the score on 219 as Cory Bevan (3/34) picked up the pair consecutively. Lance Baptist (10no) and Jason Bacic (10no) ensured Coomoora would head back to the sheds with wickets in hand and in most circumstances, a matchwinning total against their name. Ryan Crawford (2/16) snared a couple of wickets and Jarrod Goodes (0/67) was economical from his 27 overs of hard graft. Heinz Southern Districts versus Dandenong West, Hallam Kalora Park versus Parkfield and Buckley Ridges versus Lyndale all ended in a draw.

BERWICK V COOMOORA Coomoora (6/243) didn’t keel over in response to Berwick’s (6/383) whopping first innings total and will take a lot away from the clash despite the loss. Losing Ollie Ashford (7) and Thanura Halambage (10) early, the Kangaroos steadied through Rahoul Pankhania (83) who was superb in bludgeoning the Bears’ attack about Arch Brown Reserve. Pankhania found solid support through Rob Johnston (19), adding 60 for the third wicket and

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THE Blockbuster clash between West Gippsland Cricket Association Premier grade title aspirants Merinda Park and Kooweerup rests on a knife’s edge after the first day’s play at Donnelly Reserve. On a day when rain wreaked havoc throughout the region, play was delayed until 2pm due to a damp pitch. The Demons ultimately won the toss and elected to bat first in a revised 65 overs a side contest. But the visitors could only see out 56 overs before being dismissed for 203. Skipper Michael Giles was typically forthright in his assessment of his side’s and his own individual performance saying: “It probably wasn’t up to scratch, to be honest.” “We really should have made more runs,” he said. “We’re definitely still in it but we’ll have to take 10 wickets next week to win, especially with the outfield being quite quick.” Giles lamented that a host of batsman got starts, but few converted. The skipper’s was the first wicket to fall as Jess Mathers and Anthony Craddock combined to remove him for his 15. Chris O’Hara and Shane Dole then combined for a 60-run second wicket stand but O’Hara (38) found himself run-out for the third time in four games. Dole (62) kept plugging away for a stoic half-century but struggled to get the better of Mathers’s consistent line and length. Premier’s leading wicket-taker finished with the impressive figures of 2/31 from 20 overs and Giles identified him as the clear standout of the Cobras’ attack. Demons big man Scott Clark again showed his handiwork with the willow, chipping in with an invaluable 40 but he was the visitors’ only other batsman to

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Winning form BOWLS NARRE WARREN ON Tuesday, Division 1A had a welcome return to the winners list in round eight pennant action with a 12-shot win, 57/45, against Ringwood. With two rinks up and one down, it was a good performance away from home. Results: S. Bell, W. Haringsma, J. Naughton, I. Brotherton 18/21. A. Mark, T. Henneman, E. Gibb, E. Sydenham 15/14. C. Lapham, K. Mark, G. Gilchrist, J. Millar 24/10. Division 3, playing away at Dandenong City, got the maximum points with a fine 33-shot result 73/40. One rink went down by a single shot, and the other two rinks were both successful. Results: N. Micallef, A. Fitt, S. Lapham, M. Horton 21/14. S. VanMaanen, N. Pugh, B. Fraser, A. Tobler 17/18. J. Moran, P. Uren, E. Van Maanen, J. Green 35/8. Division 2 played Hampton RSL at home and - after a 56shot loss last week - showed a complete form reversal with a 53-shot win. A 109-shot turn around ... maybe they should be swabbed, but a great result on the day. Results: K. Mark, R. Johnstone, R. Lane, G. Manifold 22/17. S. Michallef, W. Haringsma, K. Murray, I. Brotherton 20/22. S. Bell, E. Luyters, E. Sydenham, J. Millar 23/10. P. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Day, N. Bradley, G Parker, R. Green 46/9. Division 3 had a loss at Noble Park with two rinks winning, but ultimately went down by five shots overall 80/75. It looks at this stage like the side wins at home but doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t play well away, a situation they will have to rectify as the

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Which current Casey Cardinia football coach captained Gippsland Power in its 2005 premiership year?

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Who is the current captain of the Casey Scorpions senior football team?

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season progresses. Results: M. Graham, G. Miller, G. Cowan, M. Fitt 24/18. J. Moran, E. Vergara, A. Kidd, D. Randall 20/14. F. Fox, M. Horton, K. Davis, N. Hosmer 15/22. L. Klarica, C. Lapham, A. Mark, J. Heathcote 16/26.Division 7 suffered its first loss for the season, going down to Mulgrave CC by 19 shots 101/82. With only one rink successful, the highlight of the day was a rare â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;eightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by G. Cadman, J. Dukats, P. Castricum and B. Fraser. Results: A. Fitt, P. Rouse, L. Brown, J. Hickman 16/26. S. Van Maanen, G. Bowman, E. Van Mannen, D. Brick 15/21. L. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien, P. Pater, S. Robinson, J. Green 29/21. Division 8 returned to the winners list with a 24-shot win over Glen Waverley. Both rinks were up after leading all day, and finished strongly to make sure of the win. The team is holding its own in the lower division with the rotation system showing the depth of bowlers the club has. The sides are changing weekly but are still competitive - a good sign for the future. Results: J. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Day, R. Pigdon, R. Pompe, A. Tobler 21/10. D. Moore, L. McGeary, J. Norman, M. Duval 22/9. HAMPTON PARK HAMPTON Park Bowls Club had only one winning side on Saturday, with Division 4 now moving to the top of the ladder. Division 6, meanwhile, is still in third spot. Division 2 played Armadale away, losing 56/104 for two points. Results: P. Moevasa, S. Collins, A. Brandolin and skip I. Bartlett 16/33. G. Ampt, S.

McDonald, P. Hayden and skip Z. Storm 20/17. G. Ladner, C. Hendrie, L. Williams and skip W. Hardy 10/22. S. Barnes, E. Smith, L. Simpson and skip N. Hendrie 10/32. Division 4 played Dandenong Ferntree Gully at home, winning 92/66 for 18 points. Results: H. Naismith, A. Unwin R. Woff and skip R. Beverly 18/16. K. Horua, T. Harbright, V. Kovacic and skip B. Naismith 22/20. M. Paton, J. Wright, S. Hatch and skip K. Cobden 37/12. A. Ottaway, T. Storm, D. Eastick and skip H. Lambert 22/18. Division 6 played Berwick away, losing 49/92, for two points. Results: J. Collins, K. McCarthy, B. Nicol and skip J. Westwell 9/28. W. Grimsey, A. Westwell, I. Kitt and skip P. Barna 19/17. R. Oost, L. Unwin, B. Webb and skip R. Wood 10/23. L. Soligio, F. McBrian, K. Damon and skip J. Van Hout 11/24. In Round 8 of the Midweek Pennant, Division 1 played Ferntree Gully away, losing 47/71, for two points. Results: G. Ampt, D. Eastick, P. Hayden and skip H. Lambert 21/17. A. Westwell, K. Cobden, A. Brandolin and skip N. Hendrie 11/37. K. Goold, S. Collins, E. Smith and skip C. Hendrie 15/17.Division 3 played Burden Park at home, winning 66/55 for 14 points. G. Hogan, G. Clough, M. Battaglia and skip R. Woff 22/18. B. Diaper, M. Baker, B. Nicol and skip L. Williams 20/15. D. Carr, R. Diaper, K. Damon and skip R. Wood 37/7.

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WAVERLEY Warriors were served up in their first Asia-Pacific Tennis League clashes on Sunday - beaten comprehensively by Kooyong Classics. Playing in the Victorian draw of the AsiaPacific Tennis League, the Warriors, based out of the Waverley Tennis Club in Doveton, failed to fire against the Kooyong Classics, losing the menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s matches 5-10-45 to 1-3-25 and womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 5-10-43 to 1-2-14. Former Endeavour Hillsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; hot-shot Andrew Coelho leant no mercy to his City of Casey brethren in the menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s draw as he smashed Daniel Ferretti 4-1, 4-3 while Aaron Leeder-Chard, Sam Dowler and Trent Cobb also went down to their Kooyong opponents. Cobb fared the best of the male Warriors in the singles, pushing David Bidmeade to three sets after claiming the first 4-2. He couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t hold on though as Bidmeade secured the match with 4-3, 4-2 set victories thereafter. Redemption somewhat came for the Warriors in the fifth rubber as Ferretti/Leeder-Chard bested Daniel Nolan and Andrew Whittington 4-1, 4-2. On the female side of the match-up, the young Warriorsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; women were no match for Kooyong as Ellen Perez, Annabelle Andrinopoulos, Destanee Aiva and Kate Antosik made light work of the singlesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; match-ups, barely conceding any matches along the way. Waverleyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s first doubles rubber didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t turn out much better as Gabriela Sprague and Dubravka ANSWERS: 1. Mark Viduka 2. Princess Anne 3. The Coxless Fours 4. Ireland 5. Hampshire 6. One 7. The United States 8. Nine 9. Ice hockey 10. On a drink-driving charge 11. Abdul Qadir 12. Leon Spinks 13. Spain 14. Kingston Town 15. Sixteen 16. Gunsynd 17. Hockey 18. Ross Edwards 19. 1980 20. The right 1096731-EP46-13

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Proton shows power By EWAN KENNEDY A COMPACT family sedan from Malaysian manufacturer Proton, the Preve, comes downunder in two variants. The Preve GX five-speed manual and Preve GX sixspeed continuously variable automatic. Incidentally, Proton would like us to pronounce Preve to rhyme with cafe so as to give the new car a European flavour. Buyers can currently get a Proton Preve for the price of a Toyota Yaris or Mazda2, whereas it’s pretty much line ball with the larger Corolla or Mazda3. Upmarket features in his low-cost car include LED projector headlights and daytime running lights. This is a good sized car and Preve has generous leg, head and shoulder room for four adult occupants. It can carry up to five if those in the rear aren’t over wide. Mum, dad and three preteens fit easily. The boot is already a good size and the rear seat has a 6040 split folding function to take longer items. Hooks are positioned

Model range GX 1.6-litre four-door sedan: $15,990 (manual), $17,990 (CVT automatic).

throughout the Preve and are ideal for clothing, bags and packages. The top of the dash panel is made of a soft touch non-reflective material. The tilt adjustable, multifunction steering wheel carries controls for the audio and Bluetooth systems as well as mobile phone. The comprehensive instrument panel has both analogue and digital instrumentation. The onboard computer indicates distance travelled between two points for up to three trips and journey time. There’s information on approximate distance to empty, instantaneous fuel consumption, total fuel used and distance travelled since the last reset. In keeping with its sporty aspirations for the new car the Preve instrument panel is illuminated in red. The audio system, with AM/ FM radio, CD/MP3 player,

Proton Preve is now in Australia and the Malaysian car maker has high hopes for its renewed attack on our market. USB and auxiliary ports, is lo- to ground through the Preve’s reversing sensors and speedsensitive, door locking and uncated in the centre panel, which front wheels. at its base includes the iPOD A comprehensive safety locking. and Bluetooth ports, and a 12- package includes six airbags Proton Preve has achieved a volt socket hidden under a slid- including full-length curtain five-star rating in crash testing. ing cover. units. The ride and handling of the Two new transmissions Crash prevention features Preve are what you would exa five-speed manual or CVT include electronic stability pect from a vehicle with some automatic with six driver- control, traction control, ABS Lotus input - better than averselectable ratios - put power brakes, active front head rests, age for its class.

But the Preve leans in the direction of safety and comfort and is far from being a sporting model. The engine is on the dead side, which hardly comes as a surprise for its modest maximum output of 80 kilowatts, and has to be kept on song by good use of the transmission to get reasonable performance. Sparse cabin insulation lets in a harsh engine note, a necessary evil with high revving required to get the best out of an engine that doesn’t have a lot of power. The gearshift is on the rubbery side - but when it is allowed to shift at its preferred pace it isn’t too bad. The manual version we tested for the full week had petrol consumption that sat around five to seven litres per 100 kilometres on the motorway and in easy country driving. That consumption rose to nine to 11 litres in town due to the fact that the engine was working hard. Keep in mind that the bargain prices only apply until the end of 2013.


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