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teacher Miss Lunston. Clothes were brought from home or borrowed. May was asked how she felt on stage. “I was a bit nervous at first but then I thought it as a rehearsal and it seemed to go well,” she said. “The day had come and gone, and I thought the Wakakirri was all over,” said Ivy, one of the performers. “Then some exciting news came we found out we were in the final.”

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THE day was finally here, after terms of hard work, St Brigid’s story was about to be performed in Wakakirri. Wakakirri is a competition where the school performs a story to an audience. The winning performance goes through to the finals. Years 3 to 6 have worked long and hard for the preparation of the Waka-

kirri performance. They gave up their lunch and play times. In the last few weeks to the performance everyone was becoming nervous. “There were costumes, props and dance moves to prepare, we practiced long and hard and was starting to make a difference,” said Amelia Cimo, one of the earths (main character). St Brigid’s drama teacher Miss Baker chose an environmental topic

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Week goes by the book By BONNIE ROWLAND THE week we had all been waiting finally arrived. This year’s Book Week was different to previous ones because it was not about dressing up and looking cool but rather to teach the themes of every story. This ensured that our students had their own idea about each book. Every grade had a different book. For example, Grade 5/6D read The Coat, Grade 3/4M enjoyed Yellow Dress Day and Prep LD studied The Terrible Suitcase. When asked to comment on what they enjoyed most about Book Week, Harry from 3/4M stated: “This year I have enjoyed Book Week because I’ve been included in more activities such as the performance at assembly, and reading to our Grade 1/2 buddies.” While Jemma from 1/2BS said: “I liked the book Yellow Dress Day because the girl wore different dresses on different days and because they looked nice and colourful”. Ethan from Prep LD liked the book, The Terrible Suitcase, “because the girl was a bit mean at the start, and then she got happier at the end. I liked this book because it had a happy ending”. And Jayden from 5/6D thought: “Book Week was a great way to introduce books and their morals to younger kids”. Book Week was a success for all grades at St Brigid’s and we will continue to celebrate this fabulous reading event for many coming years.

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A walk on the wild side By ABIGAIL VAN BERGEIJK GRADES 5 and 6 visited the Healesville Sanctuary on 8 August. On arrival, we broke into groups and were given a challenge. We could either explore the sanctuary, attend the birds of prey display or start on the challenge of completing a sheet of questions about wildlife.

After the bird show we gathered at the information centre and were split into Grade 5s and Grade 6s. The Grade 5s went to Luna’s Secret Forest, which Rosie thought “was good and the interactive screens helped to learn more about the Mountain Pygmy Possum and other wildlife”. Lily added: “Yes, I thought it was

really cool how the whiteboard interacted with the children”. Luca said: “It taught you about the Leadbeater’s possum and how it is endangered”. The Year 6s met some Helmeted Honeyeaters, a Mountain Pygmy Possum in hibernation and a snake called Carlton.

Question: Did you enjoy our day at the Sanctuary? Sol, 5/6D: “Yes, I loved it. We have been learning about the Leadbeater’s possum and the Helmeted Honeyeaters. That is why the Year 5s went to Luna’s Secret Forest and the Year 6s went to the Honeyeaters. Overall we had a fantastic time at the Sanctuary.”

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LOCAL primary schools in Healesville participated in the Rotary Speech Competition on 28 August. The competition was held at Healesville High School. On the night, the competitors were judged by eye contact, humour, clear voices, subject of text, and timing. Once two minutes had passed, the timekeeper would turn on a yellow light, and if speakers hadn’t finished by three minutes the timekeeper would turn on a red light, which would mean that they had thirty seconds to finish otherwise loose points.

After each contestant had finished their speech, there would be a minute’s silence so that the judges could total the scores. After all of the contestants had spoken the judges would deliberate and add up scores in a separate room. Each of the competitors had a choice of subject and some of them were: ‘If I could change the world’, ‘Someone I admire’, ‘Why we should all watch the Simpsons’ and a few more. On the night everyone performed and wrote a good speech, but at the end of the competition it was the judges you had to appeal to. The representatives from St

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POWELLTOWN basked in the glory of its past on Sunday with hundreds of people pouring into the small mill town for the Powelltown Tramway Centenary celebrations. Every public building in the town came alive from the historic Union Church to the public hall, the Anglers’ Club hall and the sawmill. The event was organised by members of the Upper Yarra Historical Society in collaboration with Powelltown community groups and residents Society member and chief organiser Rhonda O’Meara said she needed no more than to count the smiles on people’s faces to know it was a success. There was one smile in particular that was the real yard stick - church custodian Dorothy Cooper. Mrs O’Meara said her fall-back position as organisers were setting up the displays was “Mrs Cooper will be pleased”... and Mrs Cooper didn’t stop smiling all day. Ron Cockshutt was smiling, too, as he caught up with family and friends for the favourite past-time of the day - reminiscing. “What I see, what’s all around us today, you realise how good we had it,” he said. “No hot water system, no electricity, but we lived better than the ones who have to go down to the supermarket every day,” he said. He said the hall was the hub of the town and pointed up to the little square windows at the back of the building that are out of reach now, but were where the old John Wayne movies streamed magically down onto the stage. “We were in this hall every night of the week with the Boys Club doing one thing or another.”


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Dogs off the leash By KATH GANNAWAY DOGS could be ‘officially’ allowed off-leash in Coronation Park in Healesville and Margaret Lewis Reserve in Coldstream under a revision of Yarra Ranges Council’s controls on dogs and cats. Yarra Ranges residents will be asked for their views on proposed areas where dogs and cats are prohibited, where dogs can be exercised on or off a lead and on cat confinement controls that would either require cat owners to keep their cats within their property only at night, or 24/7 - or not at all. When the council adopted the plan in September it agreed to review its current dog off-lead areas, rules for dogs on lead and areas where dogs and cats were prohib-

ited. It will decide whether to reinstate the cat curfew that was in place in the former Animal Control Local Law. The council voted on Tuesday to invite public submissions online allowing at least 42 days after which it will consider the submission and make a decision. Some of the issues identified in calling for a review included the need for a definition for ‘leash’ and ‘effective control’ and that locations of off-leash and prohibited areas are not readily available. In relation to existing off-leash areas the report by the council’s Planning, Building and Health Department said there were not enough leash areas, some were too small and it was not clear where they started and finished.

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report a serious indictable offence, making grooming a criminal offence, requiring non-government organisations receiving tax-exemptions or funding from the Victorian Government to be incorporated and adequately insured, amending laws to exclude criminal child abuse from the limitations period for prosecution, clarify the Working with Children requirements to ensure organisations are required to report offences. Victorian Premier Denis Napthine has said the Victorian Government would act immediately to draft legislation on a number of the key recommendations, including creating a new grooming offence and a new child endangerment offence. Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne Denis Hart responded to the report saying the church hoped the inquiry and its recommendations would assist the healing of those who have been abused and enhance the care of victims and their families as well as strengthening preventative measures that are in place. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is the worst betrayal of trust in my lifetime in the Catholic Church,â&#x20AC;? he said. Describing the history of abuse in the church, he said the report sets out inexcusable failures in the churchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s response, mainly in the period from 1960 to 1985. He said the Catholic Church in Victoria supports the inquiryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s key recommendations, but did not touch on the contentious issues of changes which would make the church a legal entity that can be sued, or the sanctity of the confessional.

POLICE are appealing for information after an auto shop was broken into and ransacked last week. Between 6pm on Tuesday 12 November and 2.30am Wednesday 13 November, unknown people broke into the factory area at Yarra Ranges Bodyworks in Yarra Junction and trashed the area. Police are not sure whether or not any items were stolen from the auto shop during the breakin and are asking anyone with information, or who may have witnessed any suspicious behaviour, to contact Yarra Junction Police on 5967 1104.

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Don’t miss this art showcase By KATH GANNAWAY SOME of Warburton potter Jeff Wilmott’s beautiful raku pots are no bigger than a handful. This is in stunning contradiction to the towering carvings that provide a backdrop at the Out of the Blue exhibition in Warburton. The exhibition of paintings, photographs, ceramics and Cockatoo artist Ronni Sexton’s WoodHenge Carvings that opened at The Art

Centre in Warburton on 2 November, has been extended by two weeks to Wednesday, 27 November. Sunni Rhiona who developed the concept for the exhibition said it was a metaphor. “Everything happens out of the blue,” she says. Fortunately for those who may have thought they’d missed the collection, quite out of the blue, the opportunity is now there to enjoy Jeff Wilmott discusses his pottery with visitors Daryl Full and Terry O’Bree. this free exhibition.

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COUNCILLOR Jim Child will speak on the topic The Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail as a Tourist Destination at the Friends’ Annual General Meeting on Thursday 21 November, 7.30pm, at Seville Public Hall, Warburton Highway. All welcome, for more information call 5966 5062

TRY your hand at lawn bowls from 10am on Sunday 24 November at Healesville Bowling Club. No experience needed, only flat shoes. Free sausage sizzle to follow the event.

HEALESVILLE Bowling Club will be hosting a bingo night every Thursday from 7.30pm, with supper provided. A rolling jackpot is the prize for the bingo night, starting at $100. For more information, call Roy on 5962 4503 or Ted on 5962 5137.

Historic horse power WANDIN’S historic homestead, Mont De Lancey, will host the Draught Horse, Machinery and Heritage Weekend on 23 and 24 November from 10am to 4.30pm. See working horses and machinery from a by-gone era in action, visit the museum and explore the historic gardens. Mont De Lancey is at 71 Wellington Road, Wandin North. Contact 5964 2088.

Cooking Class LEARN how to make seasonal foods with local produce in a cookery class with Jill Bowen Hess on 21 November from 9.30am to noon. Cost is $25, located at Yarra Glen District and Living and Learning Centre, call 9730 2887 to book.

Community Market WANDIN Community Markey is on Saturday 23 November from 9am to 1pm at the Wandin Shopping Centre Car Park. New stallholders welcome, stalls only $10, for more information call 5964 3991.

Church Fete HEALESVILLE Uniting Church Fete is being held at the church on Saturday 23 November from 9am to 2pm. Plenty of children’s activities and stalls.

Movie Night HEALESVILLE Primary School is hosting a family-friendly Outdoor Movie Night on the school oval Saturday 23 November. Gates open 7pm. Movie is Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3: Dog Days rated PG. Tickets available at the gate. Adults $8. Children $5. Family $25. Inquiries 5962 4053.

Mange Fight MOUNT Toolbewong and District Landcare Group will hold an information workshop and training session on Saturday 23 November from 10am to 2pm at the Badger Creek Old School Building. For more information, call Karen Garth on 5962 5115 or email toolbewonglandcare@gmail.com.

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New Plants MAKE old plants new when you improve your gardening skills at Yarra Glen Living and Learning Centre on 24 November from 2pm to 4pm. Located at 1214 Anzac Avenue, Yarra Glen. For more information, call Karen on 9730 1644. Membership is $7.50.

Open Brigade THE Healesville Brigade will be opening their doors on Sunday 24 November from 11am to 3pm at the Healesville Fire Station with a range of information and fun activities available. For more information, visit cfa.vic.gov.au/cfasunday.

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JILL Bowen Hess will be demonstrating to men how to make delicious food to enjoy while relaxing on 25 November from 7pm to 9.30pm. Located at Yarra Glen District Living and Learning Centre at 14-14 Anzac Avenue, Yarra Glen, cost is $25. To book, call 9730 2887.

THE Upper Yarra Toy Library has a range of fun and educational toys for 0-6 years. Open Saturday mornings from 9.30am to 11.30am at the Upper Yarra Family Centre, Yarra Junction. For more information call Ingrid on 0423 280 644 or email upperyarratoylibrary@ gmail.com. New members welcome.

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WANDIN Sunset Festival is on Friday 29 November from 5.30pm to Dark at Wandin North Shopping Centre Car Park. New stall holders welcome, for more information, call Glenda on 5964 4946 or email wandinsunsetfestival@ gmail.com.

THE Healesville Senior Citizen’s Craft Christmas Market will be held on Sunday 1 December at the Senior Citizens Hall on Green Street from 9am-2pm. Morning tea and light luncheons are available.

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HEALESVILLE and District U3A will be conducting member registration and class enrolments fro 2014 from 10am1pm on Tuesday 26 November at the Senior Citizens Hall in Healesville. Older people who have finished working are invited to take the opportunity to broaden horizons, socialise or develop new skills through U3A.

STALLHOLDERS and community participants wanting to take part in the Wandin Sunset Festival should book with Glenda on 5964 4946. The festival will be held at Wandin shopping centre on Friday, 29 November from 5.30pm until dark with market stalls, free rides and community activities, displays and demonstrations, food and a visit from Santa.

Valley Voices LEAH Marlowe with Valley Voices are meeting 11 December at 9.30am to 11am. The group meets weekly with no experience necessary. Located at Yarra Glen District Living and Learning Centre at 12-14 Anzac Avenue, Yarra Glen. Call 9730 2887.

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Anti-loggers face their day in court By JESSE GRAHAM MEMBERS of a Toolangi antilogging group will front court on Thursday to answer charges of trespassing and disrupting logging work last year. Eight members of the Knitting Nannas of Toolangi (KNOT) will appear at Ringwood Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 21 November at 10am. The group received summons earlier this year for the hearing, which was originally scheduled for Seymour Magistrates’ Court on 31 October. Charges were filed by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI), which claims that the group entered a logging coupe illegally on 19 September 2012. The charge reads that unauthorised activity in a public safety zone is contrary to the Safety on Public Land Act 2004. A KNOT representative said the group had entered the South End logging coupe near Toolangi on 19 September 2012 as part of the group’s protest

By KATH GANNAWAY A NEW playground planned for Seville will provide yearround fun and aims to bring more visitors into the town. A total of $475,000 has been allocated for the playground $100,000 from the state government and $375,000 from Yarra Ranges Council - putting it in the ‘major playground’ league. Chandler Ward councillor Jason Callanan said when built the playground would complement the Seville Water Play facility which he said was already popular with families throughout the region, but did not integrate as well as it could into the adjoining recreation reserve. The playground was identified as a priority project in the Seville Recreation Reserve Master Plan, which was devel-

oped through extensive community consultation involving a range of user groups and the broader Seville Community. Cr Callanan said the playground would feature a wide range of all-access equipment, new shade structures, an electric barbecue, garden beds, shade trees, a drinking fountain, picnic tables and benches and new all-weather footpaths. “Playground equipment will cater not just for younger children, but also older children and teenagers through construction of a new half-court basketball facility,” Cr Callanan said. Evelyn MP Christine Fyffe announced the $100,000 contribution from the government’s Community Facility Funding Program last week saying building healthy and active commu-

nities was a key objective of the Napthine Government. “To achieve this we need to make sure our young people are encouraged to be more active, more often,” Ms Fyffe said. “I congratulate Yarra Ranges Council for securing this funding and the work they are doing right across the shire,” she said. Cr Callanan said the playground would help transform Seville Recreation Reserve into a destination for visitors throughout the year, not just during summer when the water play facility is open. “The local community is looking forward to the development of this project which will attract more people to the town, and we thank the State Government for its generous funding support,” he said.

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said that Mr Christie’s claim has been lodged, despite the fact that VCAT ultimately agreed with council’s decision on opening hours and patronage. Mr Paxton said that Mr Christie’s claims were “vexatious and unsubstantiated” and that council would be preparing a submission for VCAT on the matter. “As with all costs arguments, council must make its own submissions as to why costs should not be awarded, and has engaged Maddocks Lawyers to prepare a submission to VCAT outlining why council should not have to pay these costs,” he said. “Given Mr Christie has not withdrawn his claim, council will continue its work to appeal these costs through VCAT.”

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YARRA Ranges Council has slammed a legal claim against it as “vexatious and unsubstantiated.” Council lawyers have vowed to fight the cost claim, totalling around $30,000, as having “no basis in fact or law” in a letter to the applicant last week, demanding its withdrawal. Healesville’s Fluid Lounge owner Garry Christie lodged a claim against the council earlier this month, after extending his patronage limit to 150 and opening hours to 3am on six occasions over summer. His Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) appeal saw council conditions on his permit dropped, but Mr Christie was not able to extend his opening hours to 5am, nor

his patronage limit to 300. Mr Christie’s argument is that the VCAT hearings were unnecessary because he warned the council that conditions on his permit could not be legally upheld. Maddocks Lawyers, acting on behalf of the Yarra Ranges Council, contacted Mr Christie last week and requested that he withdraw his claim for costs, citing them as “hopeless and vexatious”. Mr Christie was notified that, if he had not withdrawn his application by noon on Friday 15 November, the Yarra Ranges Council could apply for costs against him. When contacted by The Mail, Mr Christie said he had not withdrawn his claim. Director of Planning, Building and Health Andrew Paxton

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Saturday, November 30 • Morning presentation—11 am (lunch will be provided for those who attend the 11.00am meeting) Alaska’s Feathers, Fur & Fins, Andrew will share some of his recent adventures with Alaskan wildlife Venue: Warburton SDA Church, 3490 Warburton Hwy • Afternoon Presentation—2 pm – 4 pm Interactive Australian Wildlife Display, (ask Andrew your questions, bring your camera) Venue: Redwood Community Centre, 3305 Warburton Hwy

Some of the Knitting Nannas of Toolangi (KNOT) outside VicForests’ office earlier this month. Note: The members pictured may not be the members summonsed to court. of logging in the area. The representative said that forestry workers stopped their work and contacted DEPI and the police, but then told the group to leave immediately to avoid charges being pressed. They said the group did leave immediately and thought the matter was finished, until they received the summons in September.

The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) was contacted for a comment on the court summons and the claims of the KNOT representative. DEPI agreed to comment, but was unable to reply by deadline. For a full report on the hearing, see next week’s Mail.

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Opinion Still saving lives IN RESPONSE to the open letter to Nerida James (Mail 29 October) I have been a supporter of Narconon for many years. I have attended Narconon graduations and have seen first hand people reclaim their lives after getting off drugs. I recall in particular a girl who got into drugs at the age of 15 and was lost to the world of drugs for the next 10 years. After trying another program with no success, her parents got her onto the Narconon program. The young woman spoke of her experience at the graduation and her aunt spontaneously stood up and told the Narconon staff “thank you for giving us our girl back”. I do understand concerns about the proposed centre being in a residential area, but there is another factor to take into account which is how much drug and alcohol addiction might already be taking its toll in Warburton. There could be someone living on your street who is using illicit drugs and possibly dealing them to young people in the neighbourhood.

Send your letters to: editor@yvnews.com.au I see this as the real concern, not that a group of well-intentioned responsible people are setting up a rehabilitation centre with a proved track record. We live in a culture which promotes fear, aided by some media outlets more concerned with controversy than truth. It has never been a secret that Ms James is a doctor of natural medicine. She works alongside medical doctors and has them assess everyone who goes through the Narconon program. To clarify regarding Narconon and Scientology, L Ron Hubbard is the founder of Scientology. He researched and wrote about many subjects. The Narconon program uses his work on drug rehabilitation and that is all. No money is paid to the Scientology church. Community issues of concern can and should be addressed, but let’s keep this in proportion. The Narconon staff want to tackle the drug problem and that is all they want to do. Isabelle Anderson, North Fitzroy.

Drug destruction I KNOW little about Narconon, however a couple of things I do know are: 1. Drug addiction is a disease, not a crime, nor a lifestyle choice. 2. There was a drug and alcohol treatment facility in town next to the Warburton Hospital until it was closed down and sold. 3. That there is a drug rehab in East St. Kilda called Windana that is in a residential area. It is walking distance to schools, shops, pub, clubs, Fitzroy Street. It has been there many years and has helped many people. Sadly, drug rehabilitation centres and support groups are not always effective. The percentage of people who relapse and eventually die from their illness is high. Maybe it has something to do with our society. Maybe if our communities were kinder, more compassionate, tolerant, and inclusive and less fearful, people with this disease may feel that life is worth living and not selfdestruct. Ruby King, Warburton.

On a winner with the local message WE’RE Proudly Local … are you? Some of you would have seen our ‘Proudly Local’ car stickers while you’ve been out about in the Yarra Valley and Dandenongs. Now that you have one… here is what to do with it! We’re running a Christmas hamper competition for the best two photos/selfies of our readers posing with the bumper stickers on their car. Be as creative as you can, winners will be announced on our website (mail.starcommunity. com.au) as well as our Mail Newspaper Group Facebook page. For those of you who haven’t yet got your bumper sticker - there’s a list of pick-up points in this week’s paper.

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Pages from the past Healesville Guardian 18 November 1933 Around About Healesville WE hear that Mr. T. Jobbin who for 9 or 10 years has been headmaster of the Healesville State School has retired. Twenty five ladies paid a surprise visit to Mr. and Mrs. J.J. George of Healesville on November 9 on the occasion of that honoured the couple’s golden wedding day. Mr. Spencer on behalf of the ladies presented Mrs. George with an umbrella as a mark of esteem. Mr. George responded on behalf of Mrs. George and himself. The Commercial Traveller’s Concert Party, who have an exceptionally good reputation as entertainers will give a concert in the Memorial Hall tonight, the proceeds will go towards renovating the Hall. Rodeo for the Movies FOR inclusion in a news reel film dealing with the interesting features of this district, two well known horsemen, Messrs. Alec and Rob Christie staged a rodeo at Healesville during the week. The event attracted a large number of metropolitan visitors to Healesville. The arena was located on a picturesque bend of the Watts River and spectators were accommodated in true outback fashion on the encircling post and rail fence. Heavy falls were sustained by Messrs. J. Pomeroy and J. Crawley,

when attempting to ‘double dink’ an angry bull. Warburton Mail November 22 1963 Boer’s Fish Shop in Main St. Burnt Down A fire completely gutted Boer’s Fish Shop in Main Street Yarra Junction shortly after midnight last Sunday. The weatherboard post office and residence on the left of the fish shop and Pinder’s Bakery on the right were seriously threatened when the fire was at its peak. However Yarra Junction firemen using three hoses at full pressure managed to hold the flames in check. Mr. Hank Boer, owner of the premises, estimated damage at close on £5000, this amount included equipment valued at £2500. Round Up MR. and Mrs. Monty Trenfield, who have lived at McMahon’s Creek for the past six years have shifted to Warburton. Locals bade them farewell at an evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd at Upper Yarra Dam last weekend and presented them with a lovely silver tray. Mr. Trenfield retired on November 1st after 30 years with the Country Roads Board. - Contributed by Ellena Biggs


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Disaster dollars AN INTERNATIONAL disaster has left two Healesville residents marvelling at community compassion, with hundreds of dollars handed in for aid. Healesville residents Shane and Emma Brandon had booked plane tickets to assist in the Philippines’ recovery effort after a recent earthquake left the country reeling. However, their plans were delayed when Typhoon Haiyan, the largest storm to hit land in human history, landed, killing thousands and affecting many more.

The pair flew out to the Philippines on Friday 15 November but not before receiving numerous donations from community members who knew of their upcoming trip. Shane said that, by Wednesday 13 November, he had received about $1200 in donations from friends and people in the town. He said the money would go towards solar-chargers for phones, along with rice and food to assist with the aid effort. He thanked all those who donated to either himself or any

aid organisations for their generous contributions and encouraged everyone to donate to the relief effort. “It’s really hard to understand what it’s like unless you go and be there,” he said. “It’s easy to see it on TV, but if you times what you see by 50, then you start to feel what they’re feeling.” There are a number of ways that people can donate to the cause, including to Save the Children at www.savethechildren.org.au, to the Red Cross at www.redcross.org.au or to UNICEF at www.unicef.org.au.

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Unsung heroes deser ve respect Opinion by KATH GANNAWAY

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AS A community, Healesville is generous in its recognition of its “unsung heroes”. CFA and SES volunteers are the best example. The respect and accolades they receive for putting their lives on the line to help others, and potentially save lives, is undisputedly deserved. But, it’s not the same for everyone. My heroes are three people who for the past eight years have fought for justice for children abused by Catholic priests in Healesville, and laws to protect all children in the future. The handing down of the Betrayal of Trust - Inquiry into the Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and Other Non-Government Organisations on Wednesday is vindication of the stand taken by Pam Krstic, Ian Lawther and Lisa against the Catholic Church’s handling of sexual abuse by priests. They are what the Inquiry calls “secondary victims”. Pam was a teacher at St Brigid’s Catholic School when convicted paedophile parish priests David Daniel and later Paul Pavlou offended. Ian and Lisa* are parents of victims. In 2006, frustrated at the stonewalling of the Catholic Church, Pam and Ian founded HEAR (Healesville Education and Awareness Raising) and advocated for education of parents in schools to recognise grooming behaviour. At the same time, they tackled the Catholic Church’s Melbourne Archdiocese’s practices for handling clergy sexual abuse under its flawed Melbourne Response. That role expanded to actively working with and supporting Lisa when, after failed and traumatic dealings with the Catholic Church, she reported Pavlou to police. Each has paid the price of publicly calling the church to account. With a few exceptions, they have been ostracised, and in some cases maligned by a parish in denial. Pam lost her teaching career and all three have had to deal with health, emotional and financial problems that come with the territory when you are David to the Catholic Church’s Goliath. The devastation each has felt over the years at the lack of understanding and support from the parish has been in many ways the hardest thing to accept. For Ian, one of the hardest, was to be told by a parish priest that he was “unChristian”. It’s not just Healesville. There are numerous references in the Betrayal of Trust report of victims be-

ing made to feel their speaking out was damaging to the parish. The committee heard about divisions in communities after disclosures, particularly in religious organisations. One family explained “The Church just closes ranks around itself, but also the Catholic community does in lots of ways. We’ve lost friends ... because we know their children were abused, but they’ve done nothing about it.” In Good Faith & Associates, the victim advocacy group for which Pam has worked for the past three years spoke of “a judgemental and hostile church community”. Ann Ryan from Ballarat said “ ... more than anything, I still wonder at the silence of the Catholic community”. Sandra Clark from Melbourne, the mother of a victim, told the Inquiry that religious communities can be challenged when confronted with the issue of criminal child abuse. “I have been absolutely ostracised in the districts surrounding where I live even now,” she said. It was identified too that there was considerable work to be undertaken by non-government organisations in rebuilding communities and re-establishing trust. The report quoted Pam Krstic as pointing to Canada as a place where examples of restorative justice and models of how parishes can rebuild and regenerate can be found. Many newcomers to St Brigid’s Parish are unaware of the trauma inflicted on the victims and on the parish by David Daniel, Paul Pavlou and by the Catholic Archdiocese. Unpalatable as it is, they need to know. Many do know. And, like Ann Ryan, I’ve wondered, and continue to wonder, at the silence of the Healesville Catholic community. It’s not past history. The maligning continues and the tragedy is that because of it, Healesville is not a safe place for other victims to disclose. Now would be a good time to acknowledge publicly the truth, the pain, and the courage of three people who in my eyes are unsung heroes to whom the entire Healesville community owes a debt of gratitude. The pages of the Mail are open - PO Box 470, Healesville. 3777, or editor@yvnews.com.au . The Inquiry Report entitled Betrayal of Trust - can be found at www.parliament.vic.gov.au/ *Lisa is a pseudonym.

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Festival grabs a bit of sunshine THE Yarra Valley Spring Festival managed to sneak in on a rare sunny Sunday 10 November, bringing lots of Seville families out to play. The festival run by the Seville Township Group involved local community groups, businesses, CFA and rides and activities for everyone from tots to teens - and older! One festival visitor who, with so much going on, was glad he took time to grab a raffle ticket was Jason Lang from Coldstream.

Jason won a three-minute grocery grab at Seville IGA. The 20-year-old came away on Wednesday night with just over $500 worth of groceries for mum, a huge smile, and congratulations from IGA owner Barry Entwhistle and STG president Trilby Dewhurst. “We were very pleased to be able to offer this wonderful prize to Jason, with thanks to Supa IGASeville and Barry Entwistle for being so generous,” Ms Dewhurst said.

Jessica and Darcy Marsden on one of the rides.

Jason added his thanks to the Seville Township Group and IGA. Ms Dewhurst said the festival overall, while a little wet underfoot, was a great success. “We’re really happy with the way everybody from the community turned out and used it as an opportunity to connect with their neighbours and friends,” she said. Money raised from the festival will go back to the community through SCG grants.

Blake Morrison got the ‘stop, drop & roll’ message with the help of Seville CFA member Ben Gerrish. 110281 Pictures: KATH GANNAWAY

Seville Community House manager Mandi Goosen made a friend in Mia Prescott.

Charlie Mayger from Kalorama met Wandin Rotary Club’s Wheel Chairs for Kids team including Russell Hayes, Peter Klaaysen and Heinz Budweg.

Jason Lang in action at Seville IGA.

Free and fun festival chanical bull, face painting and a visit from Santa. There’ll be a great range of market stalls to provide an opportunity to pick up some bargains and cross a few presents off the Christmas gift list as well as food, community displays and demonstrations. Winners of the Wandin-Seville Community Bank schools colouring competition will also be announced on the night. Phone Glenda Cook on 5964 4946 for further information.

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Belly dancers entertained at last year’s festival.

Screening to help kids in Africa By JESSE GRAHAM A MOVIE screening for a good cause will take place next Wednesday at the Memo Hall, raising funds for school scholarships in Kenya. The 27 November screening of I am a Girl at the Memo will raise money for the students of St Catherines Primary School and Home in Nairobi, Kenya, to have secondary school scholarships. Yarra Glen resident Esther Rijk has organised the fund-raising event through the Rotary eClub of Greater Melbourne and said the money raised will offer an invaluable helping hand to kids currently living in slums.

“One full scholarship, for four years at a quality boarding school, is roughly $1200,” Ms Rijk said. “It’s so little money when you think about it in the bigger picture. “It’s the biggest thing to bring these countries forward and to break people out of poverty.” Ms Rijk has worked with St Catherines Primary School and Home in 2012 and helped the school to establish its own greenhouse. The greenhouse is being used to promote sustainable and improved diets in the children and allows the school to generate a profit through selling food. However, she said the greenhouse won’t be profitable until

next year and that money raised for scholarships would be able to help children graduating from the school this year, who cannot afford more education. “People born in a slum usually stay in a slum - but if we get them to the city, there are more opportunities and a chance to get somewhere,” she said. I am a Girl is a documentary which reveals the inequality experienced by females growing up in different corners of the globe from Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, Afghanistan, the United States of America and Australia. Ms Rijk said the film, which begins at 7.30pm, is inspiring and ac-

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cessible for all ages and genders and encouraged anyone interested to come along and support the cause. There will be another screening of the film on Thursday 5 December at the Alan Ross Centre at Billanook College in Mooroolbark. For more information on the screening in Healesville, visit www.yarraranges.vic.gov.au/ach/ whats_on, call 1300 368 333 or visit the Memo Hall in Healesville. Ms Rijk said she is also looking for long-term sponsors to the scholarship program. For more information, or to donate to the scholarship fundraiser, email rijkesther@gmail.com.

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Horse drawn history HISTORY will come to life at this year’s Draught Horse and Machinery Heritage Weekend at Mont De Lancey. Running on 23 and 24 November, participants will be able to experience what life was like for people who lived on the land more than 100 years ago. It is a chance to see the old machinery pulled around the paddocks by draught horses and enjoy a fun filled family day of activities. Displays and demonstrations will also be run by volunteers of the Mont

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De Lancey Historic Homestead with food available at the neighbouring Savoia Restaurant. Mont De Lancey Draught Horse and Machinery Heritage Festival will run from 10am to 4.30pm each day with admission $10 for adults and children free of charge. The festival is located at Mont De Lancey Historic Homestead, 71 Wellington Road, Wandin. For more information on the event, visit www. m o n t d e l a n c ey. o rg . a u / events.calendar.php or call 5964 2088.

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FAMILY fun for free is the philosophy behind the Wandin Sunset Festival. The festival at the Wandin Shopping Centre on Friday 29 November from 5.30pm to sunset is funded by the monthly Wandin Market. “It’s all free to the community,” said organiser Glenda Cook. “It’s our chance to give back to the community that supports us.” Wurundjeri Ngurungaeta Murrindindi will open the festival and there will be jumping castles, a me-


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By JESSE GRAHAM POLICE will be taking a fourpronged approach to making roads safer over summer, with a series of operations tackling risky road behaviour. The Summer Stay road enforcement campaign kicked off last week the introduction of Victoria Police’s Operation Remove All Impaired Drivers (RAID). Operation RAID, which targets drink and drug affected drivers, will run across the state until 8 December, where it will be followed by Operation Break Up. Operation Break Up has a focus on addressing driver distractions, such as mobile phone use, and seatbelt offences in the lead up to Christmas and will run in Victoria from 9-23 December.

High-risk behaviours such as speeding will be cracked down on during Operation Crossroads, which is a nationwide operation which will run from 23 December to 3 January. During Operation Crossroads, police will focus on high risk factors that are usually associated with holiday driving and will be followed by Operation Fresh Start on 4-5 January. This operation specifically addresses driver fatigue with the return of workers from their holiday break and Assistant Commissioner for Road Policing Command, Robert Hill, said every driver needs to focus on road safety. “Although we currently have the lowest road toll on record, we can’t become complacent,” he said. “This is why we will have police saturating the roads and

concentrating on those behaviours which are known to contribute to road trauma.” Assistant Commissioner Hill said the festive season was meant to about spending time with family and friends, not visiting loved ones in hospital and arranging funerals. “But, unfortunately for some, this will be a reality,” he said. “This is not a reality that I’m willing to accept and that’s why Victoria Police is doing everything we can to combat road trauma this summer. “Expect to have your car scanned and photographed, expect to be breath-tested and drug-tested and know that if you are doing the wrong thing on the roads you will be caught.”

IMPAIRED drivers will be in the crosshairs over the coming weeks, as police focus on keeping alcohol and drug affected drivers off the roads. Operation Remove All Impaired Drivers (RAID) is part of the first phase of Victoria Police’s Summer Stay road enforcement campaign, which will see an increase in booze buses and drug testing. Road Policing Command Superintendent Neville Taylor said that motorists should expect to be tested, with more mobile breath-testing facilities being located on back roads. “Police will be out in force across the state, focused on those drivers who have a complete disregard for not only their own lives, but also the lives of others,” he said. Superintendent Taylor said that drivers who drink or take drugs significantly increase their chances of being involved in a crash and should be removed from the roads. “We will be placing our

Police will be out in force, testing for alcohol and drug offences as part of Operation RAID. booze and drug buses where we know they are needed,” he said. “We will have our marked and unmarked police cars working the side streets and back roads. “The message is pretty clear - if you drink and drive, or take drugs and drive, you will be caught.” Penalties for drink-driving range from a $433 fine and a sixmonth loss of licence, through to a $614 fine and a 14-month loss of licence or imprisonment

for subsequent offences. Drug-driving offences can range from a $433 fine and a three-month licence suspension, through to heavier fines, a minimum six-month licence cancellation and court convictions for subsequent offences. Learner permit holders and probationary drivers must maintain a zero blood alcohol content level at all times. Operation RAID will run from 15 November through to 8 December.

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Mr Rod LiesďŹ eld has commenced a class action in the Supreme Court of Victoria over the Black Saturday bushďŹ re of 7 February 2009 which started near Murrindindi. The class action was commenced on 7 August 2012. Mr LiesďŹ eld has engaged Maurice Blackburn as his solicitors in the class action. What is a class action? A class action is a legal action that is brought by one person on behalf of a group of people with similar claims against another person or company. What is this class action about? In broad terms, Mr LiesďŹ eld alleges that on Black Saturday, an overhead powerline near the Murrindindi Mill failed, fell and draped over a fence, electrifying the fence and causing a ďŹ re to start which then spread through the area including to towns such as Marysville, Buxton and Narbethong. Mr LiesďŹ eld alleges (among other things) that: Ä&#x2018;ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!(!0.%%05ĆŤ+),*5ĆŤ ĆŤ(!0.%%05ĆŤ05ĆŤ 0 ƍĨĆŤ1/!0Ä&#x152;ĆŤ+.ĆŤ ÄŠĆŤ*!#(%#!*0(5ĆŤ+*/0.10! ĆŤ* ĆŤ)%*0%*! ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ.!(!2*0ĆŤ,+3!.ĆŤ,+(!ĆŤ* ĆŤ,+3!.ĆŤ(%*!Ä&#x17D; Ä&#x2018;ĆŤĆŤ0$!ĆŤ//!0ĆŤ%*/,!0%+*ĆŤ+),*5ĆŤĆŤÄ&#x20AC;Ä&#x2021;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤÄ&#x2021;Ä&#x2C6;Ä&#x2026;ĆŤÄ&#x2020;Ä&#x2030;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤ05ĆŤ 0 ƍĨ"+.)!.(5ĆŤ'*+3*ĆŤ/ĆŤ0%(%05ĆŤ!.2%!/ĆŤ+.,+.0%+*ĆŤ 0 ƍĨ ÄŠÄŠĆŤ*!#(%#!*0(5ĆŤ"%(! ĆŤ0+ĆŤ% !*0%"5ĆŤ 0$!ĆŤ !"!0/ĆŤ+*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(%*!Ä&#x17D; Ä&#x2018;ĆŤĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!.!0.5ĆŤ0+ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!,.0)!*0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ*2%.+*)!*0ĆŤ* ĆŤ.%).5ĆŤ * 1/0.%!/ƍĨ0$!ĆŤ!,.0)!*0ÄŠĆŤ*!#(%#!*0(5ĆŤ"%(! ĆŤ0+ĆŤ1* !.0'!ĆŤ,.+,!.ĆŤ* ĆŤ/1Ăž%!*0ĆŤ ,(**! ĆŤ1.*%*#Ä&#x17D;ĆŤ* Ä&#x2018;ĆŤĆŤ0$!ĆŤ!,.0)!*0Ä&#x152;ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ+1*0.5ĆŤ%.!ĆŤ10$+.%05ĆŤ* ĆŤ%0+.%ĆŤ+(%!ĆŤ)!)!./ĆŤ*!#(%#!*0(5ĆŤ"%(! ĆŤ0+ĆŤ#%2!ĆŤ !-10!ĆŤ3.*%*#/ĆŤ+10ĆŤ0$!ĆŤĂź.!Ä&#x2039;ĆŤ $!ĆŤ !"!* *0/ĆŤ((ĆŤ !*5ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ((!#0%+*/ĆŤ* ĆŤ.!ĆŤ !"!* %*#ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*Ä&#x2039;ĆŤĆŤ1/!0ĆŤ* ĆŤ ĆŤ$2!ĆŤĂź(! ĆŤ.+//ÄĄ(%)/ĆŤ#%*/0ĆŤ!$ĆŤ+0$!.ĆŤ* ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ !,.0)!*0Ä&#x152;ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ+1*0.5ĆŤ%.!ĆŤ10$+.%05ĆŤ* ĆŤ%0+.%ĆŤ+(%!Ä&#x2039;ĆŤ Am I part of the class action? In general terms, the following persons are automatically in this class action unless they speciďŹ cally choose to opt out: Ä&#x2018;ĆŤ ((ĆŤ,!./+*/ĆŤ3$+ĆŤ/ĆŤ0ĆŤÄ&#x2020;ĆŤ 1(5ĆŤÄ&#x201A;Ä&#x20AC;Ä Ä&#x192;ĆŤ3!.!ĆŤ.!+. ! ĆŤ+*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤÄ&#x2014; %/0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ!#%/0!.! ĆŤ!./+*(ĆŤ *&1.5ĆŤ(%)*0/Ä&#x2DC;ĆŤ$!( ĆŤ5ĆŤ 1.%!ĆŤ('1.*Ä&#x17D;ĆŤ Ä&#x2018;ĆŤ  ĆŤ ((ĆŤ,!./+*/ĆŤ3$+ĆŤ/1Ăť!.! ĆŤĆŤ,/5$%0.%ĆŤ%*&1.5ĆŤ3%0$ĆŤĆŤ +0+.Ä&#x2122;/ĆŤ %#*+/%/ĆŤ#%2!*ĆŤ!"+.!ĆŤÄ&#x192;ĆŤ0+!.ĆŤÄ&#x201A;Ä&#x20AC;Ä Ä&#x201A;Ä&#x152;ĆŤ+.ĆŤ3$+ĆŤ/1Ăť!.! ĆŤĆŤ,$5/%(ĆŤ%*&1.5Ä&#x152;ĆŤ/ĆŤĆŤ.!/1(0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ !%0$!.ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ 1..%* %* %ĆŤ1/$Ăź.!ĆŤ+.ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ !0$ĆŤ+"ĆŤ+.ĆŤ%*&1.5ĆŤ0+ĆŤ*+0$!.ĆŤ,!./+*ĆŤ/ĆŤĆŤ.!/1(0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ 1..%* %* %ĆŤ1/$Ăź.!Ä&#x17D;ĆŤ Ä&#x2018;ĆŤ 0$!ĆŤ!/00!/ĆŤ+"ĆŤ+.ĆŤ !,!* *0/ĆŤ+"ĆŤ*5+*!ĆŤ3$+ĆŤ %! ĆŤ%*ĆŤ+.ĆŤ/ĆŤĆŤ.!/1(0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ 1..%* %* %ĆŤ1/$Ăź.!Ä&#x17D;ĆŤ Ä&#x2018;ĆŤ ((ĆŤ,!./+*/ĆŤ3$+ĆŤ/1Ăť!.! ĆŤ(+//ĆŤ+"ĆŤ+.ĆŤ )#!ĆŤ0+ĆŤ,.+,!.05ĆŤ/ĆŤĆŤ.!/1(0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ 1..%* %* %ĆŤ1/$Ăź.!Ä&#x17D;ĆŤ Ä&#x2018;ĆŤ ((ĆŤ,!./+*/ĆŤ3$+Ä&#x152;ĆŤ0ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ0%)!ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤĂź.!Ä&#x152;ĆŤ.!/% ! ĆŤ+.ĆŤ$ ĆŤ,.+,!.05ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ 1..%* %* %ĆŤ1/$Ăź.!ĆŤ.!ĆŤ* ĆŤ3$+ĆŤ/1Ăť!.! ĆŤ!+*+)%ĆŤ(+//Ä&#x2039; The Murrindindi bushďŹ re covered Murrindindi, Marysville, Narbethong, Buxton, Taggerty and other towns and areas. The ďŹ re area is formally deďŹ ned on a map available at www.mauriceblackburn.com.au/blacksaturday.You should check this Map to determine whether you are in the represented group in the class action. What is opt out? Mr LiesďŹ eld does not need the consent of class members to commence a class action on their behalf. However, class members can cease to be class members by opting out of the class action. If you ďŹ t any of the above criteria and want to remain in the class action, there is nothing you need to do for now. However, you are encouraged to .!#%/0!.ĆŤ3%0$ĆŤ 1.%!ĆŤ('1.*ĆŤ5ĆŤ((%*#ĆŤÄ Ä&#x2030;Ä&#x20AC;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤÄ&#x160;Ä&#x160;ĆŤÄ&#x2020;Ä&#x2020;ĆŤÄ&#x2C6;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤ/+ĆŤ0$0ĆŤ5+1ĆŤ*ĆŤ!ĆŤ easily contacted about the class action.

If you do not wish to be in the class action, you must opt out by 31 January 2014.ĆŤ+3*(+ ĆŤ*ĆŤ+,0ÄĄ+10ĆŤ"+.)ĆŤ".+)ĆŤ http://www.scvclassactions.com.au/SiteAssets/Murrindindi%20ďŹ re%20-%20 LiesďŹ eld%20v%20SPI%20Electricity%20Pty%20Ltd.aspx, complete it and return it to ÄĽÄĄĆŤ!*%/!ĆŤ!%.Ä&#x152;ĆŤ!#%/0.5ĆŤ1,.!)!ĆŤ+1.0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ%0+.%Ä&#x152;ĆŤ !2!(ĆŤÄ&#x201A;Ä&#x152;ĆŤÄ&#x2026;Ä&#x192;Ä&#x2021;ĆŤ +*/ (!ĆŤ 0.!!0Ä&#x152;ĆŤ !(+1.*!ĆŤ ĆŤÄ&#x192;Ä&#x20AC;Ä&#x20AC;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤ/+ĆŤ0$0ĆŤ%0ĆŤ%/ĆŤ.!!%2! ĆŤ5ĆŤÄ&#x192;Ä ĆŤ *1.5ĆŤÄ&#x201A;Ä&#x20AC;Ä Ä&#x2026;Ä&#x2039;ĆŤĆŤ+1ĆŤ*ĆŤ (/+ĆŤ+0%*ĆŤ+,0ÄĄ+10ĆŤ"+.)/ĆŤ5ĆŤ((%*#ĆŤ 1.%!ĆŤ('1.*ĆŤ+*ĆŤÄ Ä&#x2030;Ä&#x20AC;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤÄ&#x160;Ä&#x160;ĆŤÄ&#x2020;Ä&#x2020;ĆŤÄ&#x2C6;Ä&#x20AC;Ä&#x2039;

If I stay in the class action will I have to pay costs? You will not become liable for any legal costs simply by remaining a class member. However: (a) if work needs to be done in relation to issues that are speciďŹ c to your individual claim, you can engage Maurice Blackburn or other lawyers to do 0$0ĆŤ3+.'ĆŤ"+.ĆŤ5+1Ä&#x17D; ĨÄŠĆŤĆŤ%"ĆŤ)+*!5ĆŤ!+)!/ĆŤ,5(!ĆŤ0+ĆŤ5+1ĆŤ/ĆŤĆŤ.!/1(0ĆŤ+"ĆŤ*5ĆŤ+. !.Ä&#x152;ĆŤ&1 #)!*0ĆŤ+.ĆŤ/!00(!)!*0ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*Ä&#x152;ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ+1.0ĆŤ)5ĆŤ)'!ĆŤ*ĆŤ+. !.ĆŤ0$0ĆŤ/+)!ĆŤ+"ĆŤ 0$0ĆŤ)+*!5ĆŤ!ĆŤ1/! ĆŤ0+ĆŤ$!(,ĆŤ,5ĆŤĆŤ/$.!ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ+/0/ĆŤ3$%$ĆŤ.!ĆŤ%*1..! ĆŤ5ĆŤ .ĆŤ %!/Ăź!( ĆŤ%*ĆŤ.1**%*#ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*Ä&#x17D;ĆŤ* (c) class actions are often settled out of court. If this occurs in the class action, you may be able to claim from the settlement amount without retaining a lawyer. If the class action is successful, Maurice Blackburn will not ask people in the class action for costs that exceed their share of the money from the class action. "ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*ĆŤ%/ĆŤ*+0ĆŤ/1!//"1(ĆŤ* ĆŤ*+ĆŤ)+*!5ĆŤ%/ĆŤ.!+2!.! Ä&#x152;ĆŤ,!+,(!ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*ĆŤ3%((ĆŤ*+0ĆŤ!ĆŤ.!-1%.! ĆŤ0+ĆŤ+*0.%10!ĆŤ*5ĆŤ)+*!5ĆŤ"+.ĆŤ(!#(ĆŤ+/0/Ä&#x2039; What will happen if you choose to remain a class member? *(!//ĆŤ5+1ĆŤ+,0ĆŤ+10Ä&#x152;ĆŤ5+1ĆŤ3%((ĆŤ!ĆŤ+1* ĆŤ5ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ+10+)!ĆŤ+"ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*Ä&#x2039;ĆŤ "ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*ĆŤ%/ĆŤ/1!//"1(ĆŤ5+1ĆŤ3%((ĆŤ!ĆŤ!*0%0(! ĆŤ0+ĆŤ/$.!ĆŤ%*ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ)+*!5ĆŤ ".+)ĆŤ*5ĆŤ+. !.Ä&#x152;ĆŤ&1 #)!*0ĆŤ+.ĆŤ/!00(!)!*0ĆŤ%*ĆŤ"2+1.ĆŤ+"ĆŤ .ĆŤ %!/Ăź!( ĆŤ* ĆŤ#.+1,ĆŤ)!)!./Ä&#x2039;ƍĨ *ĆŤ/+)!ĆŤ/!/ĆŤ5+1ĆŤ)5ĆŤ$2!ĆŤ0+ĆŤ/0%/"5ĆŤ!.0%*ĆŤ+* %0%+*/ĆŤ before your entitlement arises.) If the class action is unsuccessful or is not as successful as you might have wished, you will be bound by the result. This means that you will not be able to pursue separate claims against the defendants. Any settlement of the class action that is reached between the parties must be approved by the court as being fair and reasonable. "ĆŤ5+1ĆŤ$2!ĆŤ*5ĆŤ-1!/0%+*/Ä&#x152;ĆŤ+.ĆŤ3%/$ĆŤ0+ĆŤ/!!ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ"+.)(ĆŤ+1.0ĆŤ +1)!*0/Ä&#x152;ĆŤ,(!/!ĆŤ2%/%0ĆŤ0$!ĆŤ1,.!)!ĆŤ+1.0ĆŤ(//ĆŤ0%+*/ĆŤ3!/%0!ĆŤ0ĆŤ http://www.scvclassactions.com.au/SiteAssets/Murrindindi%20ďŹ re%20-%20LiesďŹ eld%20v%20SPI%20Electricity%20Pty%20Ltd.aspx +.ĆŤ333Ä&#x2039;)1.%!('1.*Ä&#x2039;+)Ä&#x2039;1ÄĽ('/01. 5Ä&#x152;ĆŤ((ĆŤ 1.%!ĆŤ('1.*ĆŤ+*ĆŤÄ Ä&#x2030;Ä&#x20AC;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤÄ&#x160;Ä&#x160;ĆŤÄ&#x2020;Ä&#x2020;ĆŤÄ&#x2C6;Ä&#x20AC;ĆŤ+.ĆŤ/!!'ĆŤ(!#(ĆŤ 2%!ĆŤ1.#!*0(5Ä&#x2039;ĆŤĆŤ*-1%.%!/ĆŤ/$+1( ĆŤ*+0ĆŤ!ĆŤ directed to the Supreme Court. The Court has ordered the publication of this notice. It is of a general nature only and not legal advice.


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PRIVATE COURT PRESTIGE THIS first class residence has just become available in an exclusive location close to the township of Healesville. On a landscaped block of approximately 1.25 acres (5000sqm), design and quality features throughout the property with only the finest materials and appliances used. Four large bedrooms make it ideal for a larger or extended family. The spacious master has a luxurious ensuite with double shower and spa bath,

plus a walk-in wardrobe and dressing room. Two of the bedrooms have an adjoining ensuite and there is also a third bathroom. The superb kitchen has stainless steel appliances, granite benchtops and overlooks the open plan living and dining areas. A study has been fitted with a large desk, shelving and plenty of cupboard space. The laundry is spacious and has lots of bench and storage space. The â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Man Caveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; is classy with a bar and

a combination of rustic materials and stylish touches, while maintaining a relaxed feel. Extra features include evaporative cooling, zoned heating, ducted vacuum and three living areas. One of the outdoor entertaining areas overlooks the back yard and has patio blinds to protect from the elements, while the other is paved and private. There is also a fenced vegie patch and stunning views of the mountains.

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

There are three large garages plus portico which provides parking for 10 cars without blocking any access to the concreted circular driveway. The township of Healesville features a large selection of specialty shops and gourmet cafes. Those who are looking for a property that is loaded with style with absolutely no work to be done should book an inspection. Inspection by appointment only.

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R E A L E S T A T E

WARBURTON

Price Range $290,000 - $320,000

YARRA JUNCTION

Price Range $480,000- $520,000

5 Bedrooms, Study & 3 Bathrooms

A fabulous opportunity to get family life off to the flying start is presented here with this much loved home. Offering 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 living areas and large and sunny kitchen and meals area this home is spectacular value for money for those starting out and seeking some room to move. Situated on a pretty as a picture allotment of approximately ½ acre with lovely garden beds, plenty of space to kick a footy and with the Yarra River literally just across the road - imagine the summer fun fishing, or floating down the river on a tyre! This home is the perfect position to bring up the family or enjoy this lovely spot as a weekend retreat.

The Perfect home for a large or extended family. Huge bedrooms all with built in or walk in robes, open plan kitchen, family and dining with a separate formal lounge or rumpus. The fully appointed kitchen has heaps of bench and cupboard space, you will feel comfortable and cosy all year round with the ducted gas heating and reverse cycle split system. Take in the views from any of the living areas or outside on the entertaining deck. Situated in a quiet location on a level allotment of about 1800 sqm. Walking distance to local schools, shops and transport.

Contact Samantha Price on 0438 795 190 or 5967 1277 samantha@bellrealestate.com.au

Contact Peter Farrelly on 0417 147 706 or 5967 1277 peterf@bellrealestate.com.au

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EAST WARBURTON

Price Range $330,000-$360,000

SUPERBLY PRESENTED WITH CHARACTER & PRIVACY! Nestled in a quiet position, is this craftsman built home, thermally insulated for warmth in winter and cooling in summer and located in a private setting! The three bedroom mud brick home situated on a huge two thirds of an acre, boasts a solid Tasmanian Oak kitchen with cathedral ceiling and exposed beams plus adjacent meals area showcasing terra-cotta tiles. French doors lead out to a brickpaved BBQ area and patio with full length verandahs to the north-facing front as well as the rear. The master bedroom is of generous proportions and has walk-in robes and a full ensuite bathroom, while the other two bedrooms consist of double built-in robes plus the main bathroom has a separate toilet and a full-size claw foot bath. The warmth and charm of the home is enhanced by the timber features and leadlight windows, with other creature comforts such as wood heater, ducted evaporative cooling and a peaceful outlook with ideal room for veggie gardens! Mains water supply as well as a large rainwater tank and a sprinkler system reticulated throughout the garden, double carport and even a concrete cellar/cool room built into the rear garden.

Contact Laird Coulter on 0419 007 917 or 5966 2530 laird@bellrealestate.com.au

YARRA JUNCTION 11 RANGEVIEW CRESCENT

Price $489,000 PLUS

GLADYSDALE

Price Range $390,000-$450,000

WELCOME TO YOUR STYLISH NEW HOME

“Cute as Home-made Apple Pie”

Stunning 4 bed home, views to Warburton Ranges with a master suite that comprises of a gas log fire, walk through robe, ensuite with X large shower, double basins & Caesar stone vanity. The formal lounge showcases beautifully its Sydney Blue Gum flooring, large spaces & again those views. The 2nd living area is open plan in design with a stunning kitchen offering Caesar stone benches, glass splash backs, an enviable walk in pantry & quality stainless steel appliances, meals area that opens directly to the undercover outdoor entertaining & a fabulous sized family room. Extras inc a sunken patio with spa, gazebo and 2nd entertaining zone, an oversized double garage all on over 1/4 acre. Don´t miss out!

This 2 storey colonial style home has plenty to offer. Downstairs is the open-plan living area with wood heater & split-system air-con, 2 bedrooms with dble built ins & a single bedroom (or study) with combined bathroom with toilet & laundry. A bedroom upstairs inc bathroom, spa bath/shower, a play area (or office). The American oak kitchen has an electric under-bench oven and gas hot plates, dishwasher & plenty of cupboards, and an adjacent dining area which opens to the rear veranda, terrace & the gorgeous gardens that back down to a sweet water creek. Outside a single garage with concrete workshop & roller door. Don´t miss out on this beauty!

Contact Samantha Price on 0438 795 190 or 5967 1277 Inspection Sat 11.00 - 11.30am

Contact Laird Coulter on 0419 007 917 or 5966 2530 laird@bellrealestate.com.au

Michael Robinson 0418 505 635 28 years

Peter Robinson 0419 543 341 29 years

Peter Farrelly 0417 147 706 18 years

Michelle Jones 0411 085 631 12 years

Sam Price 0438 795 190 5 years

Tony Fanfulla 0419 870 513 15 years

Chris Thomas 0407 560 237 Auctioneer

Laird Coulter 0419 007 917 42 years

Tracey Smedley 0439 679 217

Jenni Robinson Licensed Agent 14 years

Clare Morse Marketing Manager 9 years

Carly De Graaf Property Manager

Michelle Karanikich Property Manager

Nicky McDonald Property Management

Cassandra Darwal Property Management

Tegan Ward Property Management


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MILLGROVE

Price Range $250,000-$270,000

YARRA JUNCTION 2 BRUSHY CLOSE

Price $350,000 PLUS

4 BEDROOM, SPACE & VALUE!!!

Brand new open plan 4 bedroom home

Rarely do we see a home with 4 good sized bedrooms all with built in robes and a large open plan living/meals and kitchen zone that offers the family plenty of space and room to move. With extras including wood heater, natural gas ducted heating and air conditioning, combustion stove as well as conventional stove. Outside is securely fenced with loads of play area for the kids, a shed, front verandah and carport and all within walking distance to local shops, school, kinder and transport.

Approaching completion now is this spacious 4 bedroom home located close to the shops of Yarra Junction, opposite Upper Yarra Secondary College & a short walk to Little Yarra Steiner School. With a solid brick veneer construction & attractive color bond roof the floor plans offer large living spaces, al fresco area, master bedroom with WIR & full ensuite, & plenty of robes & storage space plus a double garage. Choose the floor plan that suits you now.

Contact Michelle Jones on 0411 085 631 or 5967 1277 michelle@bellrealestate.com.au

Contact Tony Fanfulla on 0419 870 513 or 5967 1277 Inspection Sat 12 -12.30pm

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Price Range $620,000-$680,000

A home full of love & contentment

THE FAMILY WILL LOVE THIS ONE! 2 ACRES APPROX

Perfectly located this 3 bedrooms + study home oozes charm. Fastidiously maintained, enjoy the warmth of wood heating in the family room which flows off the new kitchen or sit & enjoy the main lounge room looking onto the garden & mountains beyond. Plenty of storage space with robes in all bedrooms, master with full ensuite & the convenience of a European laundry. A lush garden, a BBQ on the rear deck and a beautiful maple on the front verandah. Extras include r/c air cond, 2 wood heaters, S/S appliances, dishwasher & so much more. Plenty of parking, a dble garage with internal access, single carport, 2 separate driveways & access to the back yard. Inspection is a must!

Stunning 4 bedroom home that offers large living & flexibility. Approx 2 acres offering incredible views of Mt Riddell & beyond. The home proudly boasts soaring vaulted ceilings creating a unique gallery style feel ideal to show off your art collection, a large home theatre/rumpus room, a formal lounge & dining with open fire, a large entertainers kitchen with open plan meals & living & a bonus storage room that could easily become a home office with external access. The master suite provides large walk in robe & ensuite with corner spa, whilst the further 3 separately zoned & large bedrooms all have built in robes. Extra large double lock up garage, all within approx 1.6 kms to town - about a 20 minute walk! A spectacular home in an equally spectacular location.

Contact Tony Fanfulla on 0419 870 513 or 5967 1277 tony@bellrealestate.com.au

Contact Samantha Price on 0438 795 190 or 5967 1277 Inspection Wed 4:30pm-5pm

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Price $550,000 PLUS

Country cottage on 7.5 magnificent acres If you´re looking for a cottage style home or the perfect holiday home this 7 & 1/2 acre hobby farm has it all. The home offers a warm & comforting cottage feel with 3 bedrooms, spacious lounge & dining area with slow combustion wood heater & country style kitchen with wood fired stove. Magnificent northerly views to Mt Donna Buang can be enjoyed from across the property which boasts an extraordinary amount of shedding with excellent workshop areas & storage space including a 25 x 35 lock up shed, 20 x 30 hay shed, chook shed & more. The land is well fenced in 5 paddocks and is ideal for any animals or growing. Life on the farm could never be better, inspect now!

Contact Tony Fanfulla on 0419 870 513 or 5967 1277 tony@bellrealestate.com.au

Michael Robinson 0418 505 635 28 years

Peter Robinson 0419 543 341 29 years

Peter Farrelly 0417 147 706 18 years

Michelle Jones 0411 085 631 12 years

Sam Price 0438 795 190 5 years

Tony Fanfulla 0419 870 513 15 years

Chris Thomas 0407 560 237 Auctioneer

Laird Coulter 0419 007 917 42 years

Tracey Smedley 0439 679 217

Jenni Robinson Licensed Agent 14 years

Clare Morse Marketing Manager 9 years

Carly De Graaf Property Manager

Michelle Karanikich Property Manager

Nicky McDonald Property Management

Cassandra Darwal Property Management

Tegan Ward Property Management


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LAUNCHING PLACE

THIS well presented three bedroom home enjoys mountain views and is set on a over third of an acre (1449 square metres) with a lovely established garden. The home boasts a large lounge with air conditioning and spacious kitchen and meals area with access out onto the rear deck which enjoys tranquil views. Solar power ensures your bills, or lack of them, will bring a smile to your face. Extras include gas ducted heating throughout, double robes in all bedrooms, double garage and even a rose garden. Set in a private no through road you and your family will enjoy the peace and quiet of this location but also the convenience of being just a few minutes walk to local shops, service station and primary school. An idyllic life is ready to be lived.

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5962 4888

Est. 1958

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Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Photo ID Required Contact: Gary Lucas 0407 595 113 Internet ID #: 2434292

Max Brown Healesville – Maroondah Highway, Healesville

8 Bedrooms, Views & Close to Town! Situated on approx 1.5 Acres this expansive home has many options, be it a large family, B & B (STCA) or home and separate rental income. • 8 Bedrooms, 5 upstairs & 3 down • 3 Separate living areas • Elevated block at end of Cul-de-Sac • Solar heated inground pool • Great views overlooking Town • Close proximity to Town facilities • Generous garage/workshop plus large carport • Gas wall heater & 2 split systems Inspect:

Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Photo ID Required Contact: Brett Stanley 0407 595 164 Internet ID #: 2518902

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HEALESVILLE

FAMILY HOME, PRIME LOCATION! DON’T miss out on the opportunity to secure this spacious family home in one of Healesville’s most sought after streets. Properties in Holland Street rarely come onto the market, and for good reason; this one is literally a two minute walk into town. Couple this with the quiet road and the secure yard backing onto picturesque farmland, and it’s easy to see why this area is so tightly held. Features of this home include 3 bedrooms, 2 with built-in robes, master with walk-in robe and ensuite, plus a large

study or 4th bedroom. There are two large, separate living areas so the kids can use one while the adults enjoy their own space, and the well-equipped kitchen overlooks the huge covered outdoor entertaining area. It boasts plenty of off street parking, including a double remote lock-up garage with rear undercover access so you can stay dry during those winter months. Very rare to find a home of this quality in such a convenient location, don’t hesitate or you will miss out.

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2 Juliet Crescent, HEALESVILLE

AUCTION

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81 Newgrove Road, HEALESVILLE

Auction Saturday 23rd November at 11.00am - Unless Sold Prior

Auction Saturday 30th November at 11.00am - Unless Sold Prior

YUONGA (BEAUTIFUL HOME) CIRCA 1912

THE PROJECT

Here is an opportunity to purchase a delightful piece of Healesville History. A country retreat designed so that it would take full advantage of the views to the surrounding mountains. It remains here today set amidst almost 2 acres of delightful old world gardens. Featuring 3 b/r’s & 2 bathrooms, open, light-filled living area with open fireplace & wide views to the mountains. Call to Inspect by Appointment or attend the Scheduled OFI’s.

We have on offer a HUGE home perfect for the extended and blended family. Needs work but is very liveable, and all set on 7900 sqm’s (almost 2 acres) and still within walking distance to town. Features four large living areas, two bedrooms upstairs plus a self contained flat and another self contained flat down stairs being ideal for in-laws or out-laws. Inspect by Appointment or Scheduled OFI’s.

Terms: 10% on Signing

Terms: 10% on Signing

Balance: 30, 60, 90 days, Negotiable.

Balance: 60 Days

11 Chaffer Street, HEALESVILLE

AUCTION

$650,000 PLUS N PR EW IC E

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1/5 Rutter Avenue, HEALESVILLE

Auction Saturday 7th December at 11.00am - Unless Sold Prior

Inspect by Appointment or Scheduled OFI

CHARACTER AND LOCATION

PRIVACY & SECLUSION

Renovated 2 bedroom cottage in the heart of town. Set on easy to care for allotment approx 246m2. Single carport at rear. Leased until May 2014. Potential for Investment, Owner Occupation or future Tourist Accommodation (STCA). Terms: 10% on Signing

Contemporary 4 bedroom brick home set on over 1 Acre (approx. 4952m2) looking out to the mountains, tucked away at the end of a quiet sealed no through road, surrounded and complimented by other quality homes also set on larger allotments. All this and you are only minutes from the centre of town and all that Healesville has to offer. Home features 2 large living areas, a formal lounge and dining area, plus a large family room off the kitchen which leads onto the timber outdoor entertaining area. The 4th bedroom is quite large and would also make an excellent home office with its own separate entrance.

Balance: 60 Days

22 Juel Crescent, HEALESVILLE

$585,000

$310,000 LI NE ST W IN G

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74 Farnham Road, HEALESVILLE

Inspect by Appointment or Scheduled OFI

Inspect by Appointment or Scheduled OFI

PARK LIKE SETTING

CUTE AS A BUTTON

Presentation is beyond compare. This is a truly immaculate spacious four bedroom, 2 bathroom, light filled family home set on approx 2000 m2 of flat usable land within walking distance to Healesville.

Great 1st home or weekend get-away. Choice is yours! 2 bedroom home looking out over the farm land to the mountains from the deck. Featuring split system heating & air conditioning, gas cooktop & electric oven and

Residence offers a near new kitchen featuring quality appliances, ducted heating, air conditioning, double garage, water tanks and three living areas. The enclosed outdoor entertaining area and plenty of room for the children to play in a private secure setting make this home ideal for the growing family.

single carport. Offering plenty of privacy and yet still be walking distance to town for those wanting to keep fit. Set on over 800m2 of land, offering plenty of room to extend further if you wish.

59 Old Toolangi - Mt Slide Road, TOOLANGI

$329,000

$500,000 - $550,000 N PR EW IC E

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4/13-15 Smith Street, HEALESVILLE

Inspect by Appointment or Scheduled OFI

OCCUPY OR INVEST Immaculate 3 bedroom unit in a quiet block of 8 tucked away in the corner on a established garden allotment. Features generous living areas, gas heating, evaporative cooling plus air conditioning, large single garage with remote door plus fabulous outdoor entertaining area. Will lease at $330 per week.

232 Maroondah Highway, Healesville

Inspect by Appointment or Scheduled OFI

HARD TO FIND - 5.8 ACRES Delightful farm cottage set on cleared usable land, offering views down into the Yarra Valley. Divided into 3 paddocks with excellent shedding & stable plus lock up garages & carport. Ideal as a small hobby farm or country retreat that will take a couple of horses or a few cattle & some chooks or grow your own veggies. Charming 3 bedroom cottage featuring large country style kitchen with period stove to capture the mood. Excellent lounge with gas heating, solid fuel wood heater plus air conditioning.

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30 YEAR ANNIVERSARY LAUNCHING PLACE $350,000 - $370,000 12 OF -1 I S 2. A 30 T PM

LAUNCHING PLACE $290,000 - $310,000

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YARRA JUNCTION $330,000 - $345,000

Close to Everything

Great Location, Huge Potential

4 Bedroom Character Cottage

PRICE REDUCED - VENDOR SAYS SELL * 1396m2 (approx) in the heart of Yarra Junction * 3 bedrooms with built in robes, freshly renovated kitchen & 2 living areas * Gas heating, new carpet & floating floors * Two outdoor decks with views * Large above ground pool * Separate studio ideal for teenagers or a growing family * Great position, so close to shops, schools & transport OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 OCTOBER 11.00-11.30AM 2524 WARBURTON HIGHWAY YARRA JUNCTION View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 672550

* Split level home on a big corner block 831m2 (approx) in a quiet court * Three bedrooms all with walk in robes * Large open kitchen & meals area adjoining living area with open fire * Ensuite effect bathroom to the master bedroom * Natural gas ducted heating plus a split system * Great size fully fenced front & rear yard * Back verandah OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 11.00-11.30AM 25 DEAN CRESCENT, LAUNCHING PLACE View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 683307

* Character weatherboard on 726m2 (approx)

Please Contact Andrew McMath or team on 59671800

Please Contact Ashleigh Hall or team on 59671800

Please Contact Meg Charlwood or team on 59671800

* Split level decks, double garage/workshop, carport & concrete drive * Natural gas ducted heating, split system & air conditioning * Landscaped gardens & quiet location OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 12.00-12.30PM 30 BARAK DRIVE, LAUNCHING PLACE View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 688319

YARRA JUNCTION

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SEVILLE EAST $300,000 - $330,000

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Brand New, Federation Style Homes

* Huge potential on over half an acre (2300 sqm approx)

View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 679330

* Quiet location on half acre (approx) * Brick veneer 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, master with renovated ensuite & WIR * L shaped formal living & dining area with wood heating * Separate family room adjoining kitchen with sliding doors leading to undercover entertaining area * Evaporative cooling & recently installed ducted heating system * Established garden & lock up garage & workshop OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 1.00-1.30PM 17 SCENIC DRIVE, LAUNCHING PLACE View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 684259

* Two beautifully designed federation style weatherboards * Approx 17.5 sq of living on 600m2 approx * 3 bedrooms plus study, master with walk in robe and ensuite * Open plan living and dining area & double lock up garage * Large kitchen with stainless steel appliances * Walking distance to shops, bus stops, schools, swimming pool and gym! OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2.00-2.30PM 2 & 4 NO. 90 LITTLE YARRA ROAD YARRA JUNCTION View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 678283

Please Contact Ashleigh Hall or team on 59671800

Please Contact Chris Lord or team on 59671800

Please Contact Chris Lord or team on 59671800

* 3 bedroom master bedroom with ensuite & outside access * Big deck with beautiful views to the mountains & farmland * Huge living & dining area leading to a long galley-style kitchen * Great location and also has natural gas OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 12-12.30PM 39 OLD WARBURTON HIGHWAY, SEVILLE EAST

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$340,000 - $355,000

LAUNCHING PLACE $385,000-$415,000

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Spacious Rammed Earth

* 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms on 763m2 (app) with lovely views * Large dining area adjoins kitchen with split system heating/cooling * Good size living room with soaring cathedral ceilings & sliding doors leading to undercover decking area * Established garden & well fenced yard * Set at the end of a no through road * Adjoins shire reserve land OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2.00-2.30PM 23 ALAN GROVE, WOORI YALLOCK View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 687470

“PRICE REDUCED” * Lovingly maintained family home in quiet location * Dining/family area has been created using mudbrick and exposed timber * 3 bedroom plus separate large studio/4th bedroom * Covered decking & Private rear yard with established gardens * Quiet location, walk to river, transport and golf course OPEN FOR INSPECTION SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER 3.00-3.30PM 5 DERBY STREET, WARBURTON View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 678877

* Tri-level home on approx 1/3 of an acre * Rammed earth with natural timbers & slate flooring * 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite, open plan dining/living * Timber kitchen with combustion, wall oven & walk in pantry * Large games room suit home office or teenagers retreat * Double lock up garage with concrete and power * Studio, paved paths and sunny place for vegies * Bus stop and townships are located nearby View on www.mcmath.com.au id no: 560995

Please Contact Chris Lord or team on 59671800

Please Contact Meg Charlwood or team on 59671800

Please Contact Meg Charlwood or team on 59671800

Ashleigh Hall Director/Licensed Agent

Chris Lord Sales Consultant

Meg Charlwood Sales Consultant

Ian Shipton Sales Consultant

Andrew McMath Licensed Agent

Lyndal McMath Hall Licensed Agent

Wendy Adams Licensed Agent

Melinda Darwall Licensed Agent

Mia McKay Sales Support/Administration

3371 Warburton Hwy Warburton

5966 2800

Briana McCarthy Personal Assistant

Charlene Love Administration

Kristen Johnston Professional Photographer

2460 Warburton Hwy Yarra Junction sales@mcmath.com.au

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barryplant.com.au EAST WARBURTON

WELCOME TO CARLI MITCHELL Another new team member

A Very Affordable Home on 1500sqm approx - 2 road access Handy to the Yarra River, school and the bus, with price substantially reduced, this 2 bedroom home with carport has a front verandah to sit on, shedding for your hobbies or storage, and a wonderful almost flat yard with fruit trees, veggie patches, lovely plants, a garage with power and space for lots of parking. The open plan living area has a wood heater, gas heater and an air conditioner, and large windows which allow the sun to stream in and provide a nice outlook to your beautiful surroundings and mountain views. Vendor keen to sell. Could suit as a rental property.

Jenny Webb, Director of Woori Yallock and Healesville offices, is pleased to announce that Carli Mitchell has joined the Barry Plant team as Administrative Assistant for both Property Management and Sales. Carli recently completed her Agent’s Representative qualification, has a strong interest in real estate, knows our local area, and has had articles published on behalf of the Yarra Valley Mountain District Football and Netball League. Like our other new team member, Andrew Turnbull - Sales Consultant, Carli responded to our recent advertisement. Carli and Andrew join fellow team members Jane Nunn, Peter Nunn, Adele Clinch and Jenny Webb in helping customers with their buying, selling and rental needs. More sales and rental properties are required due to good sales and leasing results.

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PRICE GUIDE $235,000 INSPECT By appointment Photo ID required

Healesville Office 5962 1700 Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

CONTACT

Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

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WOORI YALLOCK 26 Cynthia Grove Open Plan Split Level - Great Views Enjoy a beautiful outlook to the distant hills, river flats and Warburton Trail from this lovely 3 bedroom home. Features include a modern colour scheme, cosy wood heater, an air conditioner, robes in all bedrooms, high ceilings in the living area, landscaped front garden and sealed driveway. Sit on the deck and relax with your wine or coffee. Within walking distance to shops, school, kindergarten and transport, this terrific home is now looking for a new family or investor to buy it. With a recent price reduction, this is a great opportunity just waiting for you! 3

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DON VALLEY Privacy and Space on approx 3500sqm Double garage plus carport accommodation for 3 cars This lovely 4 bedroom family property on an almost flat block of over 3/4 of an acre could suit an extended family, with a large lounge/dining area, main bedroom and ensuite at one end, three generous bedrooms and main bathroom at the other end, and a huge kitchen and family room in the middle. Features include ducted vacuum, ducted heating, rev.cycle heater/coolers, outdoor entertaining areas, water tanks for the garden and two driveway entrances. A great country home.

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$475,000

INSPECT

By appointment Photo ID required

CONTACT

Jenny Webb or Peter Nunn Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

LAUNCHING PLACE/WOORI YALLOCK 52 Allsops Road

LAUNCHING PLACE 2 Motel Court Handy to Shops, Transport, Warburton Trail Vendors keen to sell - price reduced! This very affordable 2 bedroom home on approx 850sqm has a sunroom at the entry, which might be used as a study or dining area, and a lounge with split system and gas heater. The kitchen has a mains gas stove, and the two bedrooms have built in robes. If you are a gardener, or just want some space in the backyard, this property has room for children and pets to run and play, a veggie patch and a water tank for the garden. You don´t need a car because it´s handy to everything, but if you have one there is a garage. 2

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HEALESVILLE 292 Maroondah Highway T 5962 1700

Almost 2 Acres - Looking for a Change? Situated on a made road, with lawns to loll on, space to grow fruit and veggies and room for children and animals, just sling a hammock and enjoy the abundant birdlife. The spacious brick and timber home has 4 generous bedrooms, a big lounge, a good sized family area, 2 bathrooms, plus a parents´ retreat or study area and updated kitchen with granite benchtops. A terrific getaway yet handy to Woori Yallock and Launching Place shops and schools.

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PRICE GUIDE $249,950 INSPECT Sunday 11:00am - 11:30am CONTACT

or by appointment Photo ID required Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

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CONTACT

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WOORI YALLOCK 1605 Warburton Highway T 5964 7344

PRICE GUIDE

$490,000- $540,000

INSPECT

Saturday & Sunday 2:00pm - 2:30pm or by appointment Photo ID required

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Woori Yallock Office 5964 7344

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Classifieds

Beautiful made to measure curtains. Choose from a full range of samples, accessories and blinds. We have a qualified interior decorator who offers you an obligation free measure, quote and fitting. No deposit and a guarantee of professional workmanship.

Ph: 5968 4446 Mobile: 0407 529 902

This material is ideal for private driveways, private roads, parking areas etc. also resealing old broken bitumen surfaces

CALL 5964 6907, 0439 699 024

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9720 3619 Appliance Industry Assoc. member. HOSPITAL BED, manual, good condition, $400. 0429 624 981. Healesville. KITCHEN, L-shaped, 3 drawers, stainless steel double bowl sink with mixer tap. $200ono. 5962 5075 A/H.

DINING SETTING, all pine, table and 3 upholstered bench seats, with backs, storage space, EC. Cost $1,500, sell $300. 0431 267 041. Warburton. FISH TANK, Aqua Ready, 175L, black, including stand, fluval filter, all accessories and equipment. Launching Place. $900. 0408 672 318.

MULCH, PINE & HARDWOOD SAWDUST & SHAVINGS, WOOD CHIPS ETC

TV UNIT, corner, 90cm W x 143cm H, including LG old style flat screen, 70cm W, set top box and Samsung video and DVD player, with 2 doors underneath, stained pine, VGC, $100. 5968 4236.

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Fast & efficient service Local supplier to valley & surrounding areas Equestrian, Garden Supplies & Nurseries

TOTAL GYM, brand new. Cost $2,000 sell $1,500. 5966 5001 Millgrove.

Yarra Valley Sawdust 5966 5705 or 9729 7782 PATH RIDER, motorised scooter, 4 wheeler, EC, had little use, $1,800ono. Call 5967 2039. PUMP, Fire fighting water pump, petrol, 550 litres per minute, brand new in box, $680. Ring Jim 5966 2938. QUILTING FRAME, Tru Blu machine, 12 months old. Paid $1,300, will sell $850ono. 0417 358 929. Yarra Glen.

FRIDGE/FREEZER, side by side, Samsung, VCG, white, $500. 0418 522 404.

RECLINER CHAIR, electric, bone and mushroom fabric, EC, $350 ono. 5964 6223.

HOME BREW, 37x slabs of empty sterilised VB stubbies. Free to a good home brewing home. 0409 520 974.

SEWING MACHINE, Singer 222K, antique, perfect condition, portable, $600. 0429 624 981. Healesville.

XBOX, 360, with 26" Toshiba TV, games, recharge kit, EC, little use. $385. 5962 2893.

FIREWOOD

REDGUM FIREWOOD $150 per metre Delivered

0407 307 432 C1095872-JL41-13

Phone 5945 0600

12 St Leonards Road, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November, 9am-4pm. Furniture, linen, bric-a-brac, clothes, two households!

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

Thursday 28th November, 7.30pm at Healesville Senior Citizens Hall, cnr of River St and Green St, Healesville.

Saturday 23rd November, 8am-5pm. Collectables - Wade English and Irish, large variety. Something for everyone.

THREE BRIDGES 140 Blacksands Road Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th November 8am-3pm. Building materials, household goods etc.

WARBURTON 25 Old Warburton Road Sunday 24th November, 9am-3pm. Antiques, retro, household items, bric-a-brac. 3 houses combined. Mega bargains, must see!

Damaged Unfinished Houses 0429 409 204

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COMPUTER TRAINING and support. Friendly? relaxed tutorial at your pace on your computer.? Call Rosy 0419 851 551.

Expressions of Interest will only be accepted in the defined format. Further information and Expression of Interest documents can be found at https://tenders.nsw.gov.au/, or by contacting Andrew O’Brien via email at andrew.obrien@fcnsw.com.au

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PAYMENT OF RATE INSTALMENT Ratepayers are advised that Murrindindi Shire Council’s Second rate instalment for the 2013/2014 period is due and payable by the 30 November 2013. Credit card payments, are now accepted at all Council offices and from a secure section on Council’s website www.murrindindi.vic.gov.au. If paying by credit card, you will incur the bank merchant fee (currently 0.75%).

COMPUTER TUITION

This Expression of Interest is part of a two stage process to allocate volume. Further information regarding the second stage will be made available as part of the expressions of interest process. To be eligible to receive an invitation to participate in the second stage, parties must submit an Expression of Interest by no later than 2pm Monday 2nd December 2013.

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.

Forestry Corporation is seeking Expressions of Interest from parties interested in entering into Wood Supply Agreements for the purchase of commercial quantities of low grade (firewood/residue) Red Gum log products from State forests in the southern Riverina of NSW.

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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Red Gum – Firewood Logs from State Forests in the Southern Riverina of NSW

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HEALESVILLE 388 Don Road (corner Chalet Road)

Notice of Annual General Meeting for 2013.

PUBLIC NOTICES

GARAGE SALES

HEALESVILLE

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.

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COPY WOOD LATHE, Symtec 1500, GC, very low usage, extras, $1,500ono. 0419 513 020. Yarra Junction.

MILK TANK, Round, stainless steel, 1000 litres, can be used for wine making. $600ono. Call 0418 370 762.

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

3cm x 3cm box advert in your local Mail Newspaper and a Garage Sale Sign Pack! The pack includes 4 x waterproof signs, a marker and tips to make your sale a success!

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If you cannot pay your rates by the due date please phone (03) 5772 0333 and ask to speak to a Rates Officer who will assist you with payment options.

PROFESSIONAL C1020245-JL15-12

CAMERA LENS, Nikon mount, Sigma, 150-500mm, f5⁄8-6.3, 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

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

Place your advert now for only $38 and you will get:

PUPPY, German Shepherd, solid black (wolf like), male, D.O.B 10.08.13, wormed, microchipped 95600003279813, 1st injection (photo of mother). $550. 0430 466 255.

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BULLBAR, genuine Toyota Prado, aluminium, current model, all fittings and instructions. $1,200. 5964 6576, 0447 503 128.

STOVE, Chef, 4 burner, upright cooker, white, gas, only 5yo, GC. $300ono. Phone 0425 876 995.

ARE YOU HAVING A GARAGE SALE?

Healesville Community Market Inc.

WE BUY

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BED, KS, slat base, pine/ steel ends, including mattress, GC. Launching Place. $400. 0408 672 318.

Re-conditioned, guaranteed, delivered, large range available. Eastern Homewares, 42 Canterbury Road, Heathmont

SPRINKLER SYSTEM, new, fire fighting, includes new pump, pipe, sprinkler, hoses and all accessories. $1,000. 0402 321 837.

This can be done during normal business hours, including Saturday between 9am and 12noon, and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority. An objection must:

WANTED

GARAGE SALES

C1100044-JO45-13

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

Yarra Ranges Council at Anderson Street, Lilydale

AGM

PETS & SERVICES

FRIDGES & WASHERS

You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of the Responsible Authority.

PUBLIC NOTICES

There is no need to spend another day alone when we know someone who would love to meet you! You don’t need a computer, all you need is a phone and you can be on your way to meeting with someone handpicked just for you as soon as today! Ph: 1300 856 640 or txt ‘meetup’ to 0431 109 481 www.bridgesdating.com.au

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BRUCE SHAND, JP. Celebrant. Weddings, namings, vow renewals. All areas. Ph: 9879 6726.

The application reference number is: YR-2013/870

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

FOR SALE

The applicant is: Mr D Quelch

NEED EXTRA CASH?

Call 0438 596 660

CELEBRANTS

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Now is the best time to sell those unwanted items.

FOR SALE - 120Lt - 240Lt. Brand new and second hand.

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For obligation free quote phone 0474 219 321

From now until Christmas Mail Newspapers are offering

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RE-UPHOLSTERY AND REPAIR TO ALL MODERN AND ANTIQUE FURNITURE. FREE QUOTES, PICK UP AND DELIVERY.

The application is for a permit to: Variation of restrictive covenant PS516315X on Lot 18 PS516315 to delete the single dwelling restriction

RIPPA ROCKS

Please note this offer is for 1 week only

FINE FINISH UPHOLSTERY

The land affected by the application is located at: 2 Fantail Terrace (Lot 18 PS516315), Healesville

GARDEN/OUTDOOR

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SPECIAL REDUCTION IN COST END OF BATCH RUN-OUT 1/3 off on our hot bitumen spray seal and aggregate (tar-seal)

NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT

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UPHOLSTERERS

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Shining smiles a success POWELLTOWN celebrated on Sunday with hundreds of people pouring into the small mill town for the Powelltown Tramway Centenary celebrations. The event was organised by members of the Upper Yarra Historical Society in collaboration with Powelltown community groups and residents, and, UYHS member and chief organiser Rhonda O’Meara said she needed no more

than to count the smiles on people’s faces to know it was a success. The celebrations started at Yarra Junction Museum and continued on along the old tramway route - or there abouts - culminating in a celebration where reminiscing was the main activity along with displays of photographs and other memorabilia, games, demonstrations of pioneer skills and tours.

Katinka de Boer and fellow Little Yarra Steiner school students played like angels in the Union Church.

Zenith (Arnold) McConachy, Ron ‘Fat’ Cockshutt, Colin ‘Mick’ Cockshutt and John ‘Chev’ Arnold reminisced.

Three generations of the Smith family look over the news - Cindy, ‘Pop’ Alan, Rick and daughter Ellie.

Tool man Doug Cole talks with local historian Ellena Biggs and visitor Sharyn Monteith.

Members of the Heritage Draught Horse Club Vicky Higgins and daughter Kathy, and behind Colin Jarvis cross Slaty Creek on their way to Powelltown. 110459

Show on the go impresses By MELISSA MEEHAN THE sun was shining as thousands made their way to the Lilydale Showgrounds over the weekend. Crowds from across the state visited the 60th Lilydale Agricultural and Horticultural Show Society event that focused on agriculture, family fun and the rural lifestyle. Keeping true to its roots, the show still keeps the traditional agricultural show ‘where the city meets the country’ theme.

The Melba Park precinct was a flurry of excitement, with free activities and entertainment lapped up by excited families. Some cuddled a large variety of furry and feathered friends, others visited the animal nursery, and some daredevils even patted a snake at the reptile show. The Lilydale Show wouldn’t be complete without a woodchop event, fast and furious - and it did not disappoint.

Three-year-old Jye of Mooroolbark takes his mum Amy for a thrill ride in the dodgems. Pictures: GREG CARRICK Blake Meyer of Romsey competes in the woodchop event.

Seven-year-olds Kristy-Lee and Allie, of Mooroolbark, in the bubble pool.

William Lewin of Lancefield takes Horatio Willace Park around the course.

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Sport

Teams tr y to stay in touch THE battle between bat and ball replaced the battle between man and the elements. On Saturday as action in the Yarra Valley’s premier grade, DJ Strachan Shield, produced some intriguing contests between the batsmen and bowlers. At Wesburn, Hoddles Creek hosted Woori Yallock in a clash between two sides that were desperate to remain in touch with the top teams. Woori Yallock opened up proceedings with the bat and found things tough against a Wombats attack brimming with confidence after dismantling Coldstream last week. Inform speedster Nick Bark (3/29) made early inroads into the Tigers lineup and had the visitors struggling. Talented pairing Ryan Smith and Simon Young came together and began the task of rebuilding the innings with patience and skill. Unfortunately when Young was dismissed for 35, Smith (51no) was left to scratch around with the tail. Experienced Wombat Michael Batten (3/11) used his disciplined lines and lengths to polish off the tail to see the Tigers all out for 160 in the shadows of stumps. This game is well and truly in the balance as the target seems well within reach of the Wombats, however the Tiger’s possess enough firepower to feel confident of taking out the points. Another game well in the balance is the battle between the top four sides. The Burras batted first and, against some disciplined bowling from the Bloods, had to work extremely hard for their runs. For the second game in a row, Liam Barnard (52) showed his experience and leadership, and when he was joined by Mick Walker (27) the pair looked as if they would carry the home side to a significant total. However when they fell, the rest of the Burra’s bats made contributions, but not enough to boost the score beyond 200. The Bloods were well led by the in-form Dylan Moore whose figures of 4/12 ensured the Burras were kept in check and dismissed for 179. Like the Hoddles Creek versus Woori Yallock clash, this games a real flip of the coin prediction. Coldstream hosted Mount Evelyn in a key clash between two of the competition’s best teams. Coldstream elected to bat and against some tight opening bowling from Reese Shepherd (2/16) and Kane Jones (3/11) lost a couple of early

wicket to be immediately on the back foot. Croydon recruit Lewis Ashton (23) was joined by the cool headed Bailey Fritsch (24), and the pair put the Crocs in a strong position leading into the tea interval with some impressive stroke play and patient decision making. At tea the Crocs sat at 3/73 and looked poised to push to a defendable total. The Rovers put pay to that with a glut of wickets upon resumption, courtesy of Gareth Fraser (2/28) and Kane Jones, reducing the Crocs to 7/80 and looking for a quick kill. David Brambilla (20) helped the tail wag somewhat, however at 9/121, the Crocs decided to declare in search of quick wickets in the last 30 minutes of play. Although the Rovers did indeed lose a wicket, they stood firm to reach stumps at 1/33 and a strong hold on the contest. The Crocs have the firepower to shake things up, but would need immediate wickets to get the ball rolling. In the final game of DJ Strachan Shield, Seville hosted Yarra Junction in search of some much needed form. The home side won the toss and duly elected to bat in great conditions. Early on, it was an intriguing battle between bat and ball as neither side could take full control of the contest. Consistent bowling from David Lever (6/54) ensured things were kept in check for the Eagles while Adam Burns showed he is more than a brutal hitter with a well-made 75. Experienced pair Dean Troyhan (35) and Matt Tilney (26) powered the Blues home with some heavy hitting to see their side finish on 235. The Eagles have some talented batsmen but one would think they would struggle to muster enough talent to chase down the score against a formidable Seville attack. DJ Strachan Shield Coldstream 9/121(Fritsch 24, Ashton 23, Brambilla 20, K Jones 3/11, Shepherd 2/16, Fraser 2/28) v Mount Evelyn 1/33. Woori Yallock 160 (Smith 51no, Young 35, Batten 3/11, Bark 3/29) v Hoddles Creek. Seville 235 (Burns 75, Troyahn 35, Lever 6/54) v Yarra Junction. Warburton-Millgrove 179 (Barnard 52, Walker 27, Moore 4/12) v Healesville. RA Finger Trophy Healesville 0/122 (Smola 60, Horner 51) v Warburton-Millgrove 36

(Appleton 11, Kerr 4/15, Chandler 3/5, James 2/5). Yarra Junction v Seville 6/253 (Oates 129, Woodard 50, Hodgkinson 4/71). Coldstream 57 (Taylor 21, Lennon 8, Orren 2/5, Adamson 2/9) v Yarra Glen 2/87 (Orren 41, Beath 21, Wagner 1/31, Batchelor 1/10). Woori Yallock 220 (Smith 56, Broussard 34, Sharman 30, Leman 4/48, Chesney 3/34) v Hoddles Creek. C Grade Healesville 193 (Waixel 51, Cooper 26, Sweetin 2/7, Waixel 2/18) v Gruyere. Seville 113 (Laycock 29, WinterAnnette 4/30) v Launching Place 1/83 (Vandervlugt 51, Parker 21). Wandin 222 (Aiken 70, Oakley 24, Williams 3/14, Giblin 3/27, Hancock 2/36) v Mount Evelyn. D Grade Coldstream 2/99 (Harris 46, Adams 26) v Warburton-Milgrove 9/87 (DeVarga 22, Nelson 21, Ralph 3/17, Harris 2/2, Cummins 2/23). Hoddles Creek 9/55 (Chesney 26, Black 5/16) v Launching Place 10/83 (Black 25, Cole 5/19). Healesville 41 (Nolan 24, Thompson 7/13) v Powelltown 4/101 (Dunne 34, Thompson 27, Anthony 2/26). Seville 162 (Van Veen 24, Mundie 23, Dowdell 4/43, Perera 3/29) v Yarra Junction. Wandin 139 (Corrin 43, Dobson 34, Wilson 5/26, Lee-Archer 4/16) v Mount Evelyn 4/47 (Dobson 2/11). One Day Grade Silvan 0/63 (Rowe 40) d Yarra Glen Maroon 58 (Moors 18, Lamonica 2/3). Seville 5/168 (Pearce 39, Hinds 32, Dyason 21, Woods 2/19, Davey 2/28) d Yarra Glen Gold 149 (Davey 39, Foster 32, Fordham 26, Wilson 4/27, Mullins 2/25). Marysville 0/90 (Norman 40, Feathersone 37) d Yarra Junction 86 (Long 31). Wandin 4/58 (Murray 16, McKinnon 16, Whitworth 3/6) d Woori Yallock 55 (Whitworth 14, Laws 5/13). Under 16 Seville Gold 3/67 (Caldwell 31, Pinch 9, Evans 1/5, Senior 1/10) d Healesville Red 7/49 (Daly 23, Roelofs 20, Sandfort 3/19, Price 2/0). Seville Blue 3/122 (Garner 36, Dall 34) d Healesville White 6/113 (Fry 32). Yarra Glen 0/115 (Adamson 50, Hancock 25, Crawford 16) d Warburton Millgrove 3/106 (Winter-Annette 52, Thorneycroft 31, Adamson 2/12,

Smith 1/14). Mount Evelyn 5/91 (Oultram 27, Fraser 20, Gower 1/12, Flynn 1/17) d Coldstream 8/76 (Pickett 19, Thompson 2/7, Robertson 2/1, Fraser 2/16). Under 14A Warburton Millgrove 4/90 (De Varga 30, Taeuber 28, McDonald 11, Fawdry 1/9, Simnett 1/10) d Healesville Red 5/88 (Howard-Scales 25, Fawdry 22, Chandler 14, Woolley1/4, De Varga 1/8, Guerts 1/11). Healesville White 7/81 (Lawry 40, Roelef 16, Shelfout 2/4, Walker 1/5, Van Hoogenstraten 1/11) d Mount Evelyn 8/81 (Coutts 20, Lee-Archer 18, Hellary 2/16, Nielsen 1/4, Minney 1/13). Under 14B Wandin 1/131 (Burzzese 41, Sinnott 31, Trembath 18) d Marysville 7/47 (Trembath 2/3, Alderman 2/7, Burzzese 2/1, Simms 28). Launching Place/Woori Yallock 4/ 95 (Thomas 18, Ferguson 18, Sharp 1/6) d Coldstream 7/42 (Pezzimenti

18, Taylor 2/0, Ferguson 2/7). Under 12 Seville 4/102 (Proctor 17, Leeds 12, Gebert 2/6, Hernandez 1/9) d Healesville White 6/77 (Lever 14 , Hernandez 8, Fern 2/2, Proctor 1/3). Yarra Glen Gold 3/70 (Evans 7, Whelan 6, Allisey 1/5, Blackler 1/6, Chambers 1/3) d Yarra Junction 3/43 (Allisey 5, Hall 1/6, Evans 1/6, Phelan 1/2). Hoddles Creek 1/77 (Jones 22, Birnie 8, Fitzpatrick 1/4) d Marysville 5/19 (Birtchnell 4, Jones 2/4, Rowe 1/2). Warburton Millgrove 2/48 (Taeuber 9, Loughnan-Jones 5, Burpee 1/4, Anderson 1/5) d Yarra Glen Maroon 7/12 (Kus 2, Taeuber 2/1, Bourke 1/0, Bourke 1/0). Launching Place 3/100 (WinterAnnette 12, Briggs 10, Bradley 10, Bolch 1/0) d Healesville Red 6/48 (Boyle 8, Briggs 1/2, Bradley 1/1).

Scoreboard BOWLS YARRA JUNCTION Tuesday 12 November No Bowls played. Saturday 16 November Yarra Junction d Upwey Tecoma (84/64.5). HEALESVILLE SATURDAY 16 NOVEMBER Mooroolbark 4 d Healesville 1 (63/86). Healesville 2 d Ringwood 5 (78/77). GREYHOUNDS HEALESVILLE RACE ONE Ninth Again, Satin and Silk, Madly Deeply. RACE TWO Man Mountain, El Gari, Fire Made Song. RACE THREE Lil Maybe, Kirrabilli Syd, All Sky Girl. RACE FOUR Black Oyster, Jatkayna, Tuxedo Junction. RACE FIVE Denise Magic, Bristlers Patch, Billy White Wolf. RACE SIX Cee Waller, Dodgy Dealer, Tilly’s Tempa. RACE SEVEN Good For You, Santa Storm, Near History. RACE EIGHT Transcend Time, Extraordinary, Prince Lark. RACE NINE Lead Singer, Maxziva, El Grover. RACE 10 Duchess of Dalas, It’s Manic, Benny Bowen. RACE 11

Hard to Handle, Tudar Park, Challis Miss. RACE 12 Donni Dancer, Still Watch, Jeremey Rent. GOLF WARBURTON No golf on Wednesday 13 November due to weather. SATURDAY 16 NOVEMBER - SECOND ROUND CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS: STROKE: A-Grade: Kennedy (Nett 66/75 off the stick). B-Grade: Hadfield (69). Balls down to 72. LADIES - FIRST ROUND CLUB-CHAMPIONSHIPS: STROKE: Winner: Robinson (Nett 69). Runner up: Slater (72). TENNIS HEALESVILLE JUNIORS: Open Rubbers section 6: Montrose Green 5/29 d Healesville 1/17. Mixed singles/doubles section Five: Nunawading 7/45 d Healesville 1/17. Girls singles/doubles section Six: Nunawading 5/33 d Healesville 1/27. Girls singles/doubles section Eight: Healesville 6/36 d Wantirna 0/13. SENIORS: OPEN SECTION FIVE: Healesville 5/46 (Brian Caddle) d Heatherdale 1/25. OPEN SECTION SIX: Healesville 4/40 (Robert Cameron) d North Box Hill 2/30.

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Cricket’s the winner GIRLS from around the Yarra Valley showed they are just as keen as the boys when it comes to cricket on Friday night. They defied the rain to take part in the Yarra Valley’s Female Festival of Cricket hosted by Cricket Victoria and the Yarra Valley Cricket Association. The festival gave girls of all ages a chance to try a sport that has a growing female profile at the elite level, and to barrack for the Yarra Valley Stars who took on Ringwood Rams in a competition opener under lights. The presence of some of Cricket Victoria’s top officials gave the Stars and the Rams an extra reason to take to the pitch, and to shine, despite the rain. Outer East Regional cricket Manager Jarrod Leggett said female involvement in cricket was not new, but was definitely something that is developing with marketing and investment from Cricket Victoria greatly increased over the past decade. The social connection, making new friends and learning new skills in a game that has traditionally been a male domain, is all part of the attraction of cricket for the girls. Mr Leggett said really positive role models were coming through the ranks with players such as top Australian batswoman Meg Lanning. On a local level, Ringwood player Jess Adams, 14, took out the RDCA bowling average and won the Outer-East Junior Leader Award in open competition - the first female to earn the award. Mr Leggett said a lot of talented girl cricketers play in the open competition until they are 15 or 16 when they can make the move to premier girls’ cricket. “We have really good examples of where opportunities for boys and girls are now aligning,” Mr Leggett said.

Lining up under lights, the Yarra Valley Stars (from left) Melissa Winter, Emily McKie, Shannon Maile, Caitlyn Parker, Steph Cousins, Rachel Spakman, Marlee Wandin, Jess Briggs (co-captain), Amanda Morrison (coPicture: KATH GANNAWAY captain) and Mikaela Jago. 109848 “Victoria premier cricket is the same as for males with district competition offering girls the opportunity at premier level to represent Victoria. “This is the first year where we have an all-girls’ junior competition and we’re hopeful we will see more,” he said. The Female Festival of Cricket gave every indication that Cricket Victoria, and the Yarra Valley will see more - and not too far off. In addition to the All Girls in2Cricket and T20 Blast workshops, which saw girls of all ages showing a real keenness for the game and glimpses of real talent, the main game also had significant highlights - not necessarily reflected in the final scores. For Yarra Valley, Amanda Morrison scored 23 not out, Caitlyn Parker’s 1/17 and a direct hit run out and Marlee Wandin’s 1/13. For Ringwood G Bennett was 52 not out and Jess Adams took 2/1. Healesville, Yarra Junction, Launch-

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[A] Driveaway pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers on selected models purchased and delivered on or before 31 December 2013 at participating Toyota Dealers. RAV4 models up to September 2013 production only. While stocks last. Toyota reserves the right to extend any offer. Excludes demos. Offer not available in conjunction with other registered fleet discounts or offers. Recommended driveaway price shown includes 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty. Metallic paint included for Kluger only. ^Maximum payable for standard scheduled logbook servicing (normal operating conditions) until first of 3 years or 60,000kms (whichever occurs first), up to the first 6 services. Excludes Government & Rental vehicles. Contact your Toyota Dealer or go to toyota.com.au/advantage for other exclusions, eligibility and full details Valid X5245 TOY10350/PC/HP *Nissan Micra $10,990 YPL276.

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