Issuu on Google+

Connecting people & communities CRANBOURNE

Incorporating South-East Star Real Estate

Thursday, 5 December, 2013

A Star News Group publication Phone: 5945 0666

Established Homes

CRAN

Connecting people

and communities www.

south easter

40c inc. GST .com.au Thursday, 5 December,

n

Row over ve er name change e

Classroom cops cut

Sugars adds spice to cup

PAGE 3

PAGE 5

SPORT

2013 Pag

Property ty Lift outt

■ Council slams mad political correctness and says Christmas is on the cards...

Christmas present By BRIDGET COOK CASEY council has urged the community to not play Grinch and steal the fun out of Christmas by trying to be too politically correct. Councillors voted unanimously in favour of advising occupants of council facilities in the strongest way possible that Casey advocates the celebration of Christmas, as well as Easter and other religious festivals, in all of its facilities. Councillor Gary Rowe, who raised the idea at Tuesday night’s council meeting, said political correctness had gone mad and asked all councillors to support his call to restore the true meaning of Christmas. Cr Rowe said he raised the motion after hearing about organisations, such as childcare and community centres, in both Casey and neighbouring municipalities not celebrating Christmas in a traditional manner out of fear of offending other religious backgrounds. “It’s something I picked up on last week - conversation that some centres wouldn’t be celebrating Christmas in the traditional way,” he said. “We felt as a council, and I personally as a councillor, that we wanted to send the message to all of our community centres, preschools and childcares that they are expected to celebrate Christmas traditionally, as well as be inclusive with other reli-

gions and their festivals.” Cr Rowe said political correctness had gone mad in this country. “This nation was built on Christian beliefs from the days of the first fleet we have celebrated a Christian Christmas ever since,” he said. “This is a country built on Christian beliefs and it should be celebrated. “Recent figures from 2011 show that over 62 per cent of Australians are either Protestants or Catholic and only 6 per cent of Australians are other religions. “We should also support the other religious festivals, those of all Australians along with Christmas and Easter. “We are one nation for all people and religions.” City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett said councillors wanted to make a stand against political correctness gone mad at Christmas time. “Christmas is a time of joy and peace, religion, and a time for reflecting and spending time with loved ones,” he said. “For years, politically correct terms like ‘festive season’ have snuck into our vocabulary diluting the importance of Christmas. “We are encouraging all Casey residents to celebrate Christmas by proudly displaying nativity scenes, hanging Christmas motifs, singing carols and using the word Christmas.”

Casey councillor Gary Rowe has taken a stand against ‘political correctness gone mad’ and urged to the community to Picture: ROB CAREW celebrate Christmas proudly. 111583

BUY 2

FREE FR

1098992-RC43-13

Custom

Blinds

FREE Blinds & Curtains

Cnr Victor cres & Narre Warren Nth rd Narre Warren 3805

Ph

E-Mail sales@impactblinds.com.au Web Site www.impactblinds.com.au Melway Ref 110 E5

97056366 Open 6 Days

CHRISTMAS AT THE RACES! Saturday 14th December *Santa Claus *Kids Activities *Great Racing *Dining Options cranbourneturfclub.com.au NIGHT RACING SEASON NI NIGHT SEA

Racing Every Wednesday Night - FREE ENTRY Cranbourne Greyhound Racing Club, Grant St, Cranbourne

Ph 5996 2393

1087051-LB33-13

www.grv.org.au/cranbourne


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 2 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Community ommunity NE NEWS S

The City of Casey and KFC T20 Big Bash League team, the Melbourne Stars are inviting you to meet your sporting heroes at a FREE family event. Enjoy live cricket matches, free rides, entertainment, activities and player signings with Captain Cameron White and the Stars.

Guy Sebastian to announce winning design for Casey Cultural Precinct

Christmas Carols

Popular Australian singer and songwriter Guy Sebastian will visit the City of Casey on Friday 10 January 2014 to announce the winning design for the $125 million Casey Cultural Precinct. Comedian Ben Price will host the event and there will be a range of entertainment including musical and dance acts.

Cranbourne Christmas Carols Date: Sunday 22 December 2013 Time: 5.00 pm - 9.00 pm Venue: Lawson Poole Recreation Reserve, 101 Lesdon Avenue, Cranbourne Cost: Free

Date: Time: Venue:

Friday 10 January 2014 1.00 pm Outside the City of Casey Civic Centre, Magid Drive, Narre Warren Cost: FREE Website: www.caseyculturalprecinct.com.au

Narre Warren North Community Carols Date: Saturday 14 December 2013 Time: 6.30 pm - 10.00 pm Venue: A’Beckett Road Reserve, A’Beckett Road, Narre Warren North Cost: Adult $3, family $7

Save the date for Guy’s visit, and keep an eye on www.caseyculturalprecinct.com.au for more information.

Hampton Park Carols by Candlelight Date: Friday 20 December 2013 Time: 6.30 pm - 10.00 pm Venue: Cairns Road Reserve Oval, Corner Cairns Road and Campbell Drive, Hampton Park Cost: Free

Summer Water Savers at Selandra Community Place Save a bucket load on your water bills by making simple changes to your home that won’t cost the earth. Summer is here, so now is a great time to learn why water conservation is a global issue, and what you can do at home to not only save money, but save our most precious resource. Saturday 7 December 2013 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm Selandra Community Place 2 Forest Drive, Clyde North Bookings: Limited places available - maximum of 20 people. Phone the City of Casey customer service on 9705 5200. Tea and coffee provided. Date: Time: Venue:

City of Casey Customer Service Centres:

Cranbourne Centro Cranbourne Narre Warren Magid Drive Narre Warren South Amberly Park Shopping Centre

Doveton Community Carols Date: Saturday 14 December 2013 Time: 6.30 pm - 10.00 pm Venue: Netball complex at Olive Reserve, 2 Frawley Road, Eumemmerring Cost: Free

FRE FAMILE FUN! Y

Narre Warren South Carols by Candlelight Date: Saturday 7 December 2013 Time: 4 pm - 9.30 pm Venue: Corner Glasscocks Road and Golden Grove Drive, Berwick Cost: Voluntary donation Carols by Twilight Date: Tuesday 24 December 2013 Time: 3.00 pm - 9.30 pm Venue: Max Pawsey Recreation Reserve, 340-350 Princes Highway, Narre Warren Cost: Free Cranbourne Community Christmas Carols Date: Sunday 15 December 2013 Time: 7.00 pm - 10.00 pm Venue: 27-31 Childers Street, Cranbourne Cost: Free Christmas on the Foreshore Date: Friday 13 December 2013 Time: 6.00 pm - 10.00 pm Venue: Tooradin Recreation Reserve, Foreshore Road, Tooradin Cost: Voluntary donation

Endeavour Hills Community Carols Date: Saturday 14 December 2013 Time: 5.00 pm - 9.30 pm Venue: 2-8 Gleneagles Drive, Endeavour Hills Cost: Voluntary donation Telephone: 03 9705 5200 Facsimile: 03 9704 9544 NRS: 133 677 (For the deaf, hearing or speech impaired) TIS: 131 450 (Translating and Interpreting Service)

STA149_C

TIME: 12 PM–4 PM WHERE: CASEY FIELDS

Magid Drive, PO Box 1000 Narre Warren Vic 3805 Email: caseycc@casey.vic.gov.au Website: www.casey.vic.gov.au


Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Name blame game THE community has shown its disapproval of changing a boundary and renaming its suburb Casey Fields, with a number of people taking action to ensure it doesn’t go ahead. Villawood Properties, which owns Pasadena estate, will lodge a formal submission to the City of Casey against the estate being included in the new suburb boundary, particularly because it was only made aware of the plan last month. A petition, with hundreds of signatures, is also circulating around the Selandra Rise, Cascades on Clyde and Pasadena estates against the boundary change and name change. After a request in 2010 from some community members to relocate the existing boundary between Cranbourne East and Clyde North, the council investigated the possibility of renaming Cranbourne East and part of Clyde North. The current boundary between Cranbourne East, Clyde North and Clyde does not follow a distinguishing feature and, in some areas, fol-

lows boundary fences. The council engaged the community in both 2011 and 2013 with a survey asking residents of their preferred suburb name, with Casey Fields coming out on top both times. At a Casey council meeting in November, councillors resolved to put out a public notice to inform residents of its intention to rename the new suburb as Casey Fields, which would come under the Cranbourne postcode of 3977. Part of Clyde was only included within the new suburb last month. Villawood Properties executive director Tony Johnson said the company purchased the parcel of land for Pasadena because of the Clyde address. “The development is very closely linked to the Clyde township and has been sold to all residents with a Clyde address. “A very high percentage of buyers have purchased at Pasadena rather than with competitors, because of the very highly sought after Clyde address. “This proposed change in address from Clyde to Casey Fields

would have a very negative impact on existing purchasers. “Villawood Properties will lodge a formal submission to the City of Casey on behalf of its current and future residents on 13 December.” Selandra Rise property owner Nathan, who started the resident petition, said the majority of people living in Clyde and Clyde North were against the name change. “We have purchased land thinking that we have brought land in Clyde North,” he said. “We feel if we do have a name change to Casey Fields, it will be linked to Cranbourne. “With Cranbourne there is that perceived negative stigma. “We feel as if the sale of our homes and investments will be impacted if the name change is the outcome.” Nathan said the petition was not only against the name change but called for the council to align the current boundary between Cranbourne East and Clyde North to the newly constructed Casey Fields Boulevard. He said residents wanted proper-

ties to the east of this dividing road to be retained as Clyde North and everything west to be Cranbourne East. Nathan said anyone who wanted to sign the petition could do so at the Selandra Community Place. City of Casey manager of property, rates and valuations Peter Gillieron said that after further consideration, the council included Pasadena in the boundary last month to extend the proposed boundary in-line with the major road network. “This decision resulted in Clyde, to the west of the Clyde-Five Ways Road, being incorporated into the proposed name change,” he said. “The major arterial road in the area is considered to be the appropriate suburban boundary that also meets the requirements of the Guidelines under the Geographic Place Names Act 1998. “Council is inviting residents to make a submission about the proposed suburb name change until 13 December. “Following this date council will consider all the responses before making a final decision in early 2014.”

Murder family takes anti-violence path By GARRY HOWE PETER Blackwood says he thinks of his wife Kylie every second of every day. It breaks his heart to think of what Kylie went through on that Thursday afternoon in August when she was brutally attacked and murdered in their Pakenham family home. Peter describes it as “a sick and despicable crime” - one that no-one should have to endure - so he and a few friends and colleagues are taking steps to help ensure no-one else does. They are setting up the Kylie Blackwood Foundation, under the auspices of the White Ribbon Foundation, to shine a light on the issues of public safety and violence against women. Peter has refused countless requests for interviews over the past four months and has chosen to speak to the Gazette for the first time in a bid to spread a safety message through the foundation. He wants to harness the fear in the community he and Kylie have called home all their lives and use that to help change attitudes towards gender-based violence in her name. The stand comes the week after more than 70 community leaders across Cardinia, Casey and Greater Dandenong signed a pledge to lead a

Evasive action in drug-drive incidents POLICE are on the hunt for a man who attempted to ram an ambulance and police car in two separate incidents last week. On Sunday 23 November about 3.50am, police were called to Millswyn Avenue in Hampton Park in relation to a drug overdose incident, where the affected man was trying to steal a car. Police demanded the man get out of the car, but he did not comply and drove off through metal gates, narrowly avoiding two police members. Police said the man drove at speed and narrowly avoided a head-on collision with an ambulance unit, forcing the paramedic to take evasive action. On Thursday night last week, about 11.45pm, police attempted to intercept a dark green Ford AU Falcon, driven by the same man along Fleet Street, Narre Warren. Police said the man drove onto the nature strip, then into the centre of the road and was believed to have made an attempt to ram the police car. The police the officer driving was forced to take evasive action. Anyone with information or the whereabouts of this man is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Burglary and gun charges DETECTIVES charged two Casey men last week in relation to an aggravated burglary in Thornbury. Police attended a Dundas Street property shortly after 7.40am on 20 November following a report of a burglary, where a 33-year-old Cranbourne man, had to be taken to hospital with an injury to his upper arm. Following the incident, a 26-year-old Cranbourne man was charged with aggravated burglary, conduct endangering serious injury and possessing a pistol. A 40-year-old Hallam man has also been charged with aggravated burglary, conduct endangering serious injury and prohibited person possessing a pistol.

CHEAPEST FLOORING/DECKING •฀DECKING:฀Merbau,฀Spotted฀Gum,฀River฀Reds,฀ Blackbutt,฀70x19฀from฀$1.80p/m,฀86฀x฀19,฀90x19฀ from฀$2.70p/m฀130฀x19,฀140x19฀from฀$4.20p/m฀ •฀FlooRBoaRDS:฀Jarrah,฀Blackbutt,฀Ironbark,฀ Brush฀Box,฀Spotted฀Gum,฀Karri,฀Bamboo,฀Stringy฀ Bark,฀Tasmanian฀oak฀80x19,฀85x19,฀108x19,฀ 130x19,฀130x14฀from฀$2.00฀p/m

Peter and Kylie Blackwood were married for 15 years and have a son and two daughters. campaign to change attitudes and behavior towards women under the banner of the Challenge Family Violence program. “I wouldn’t want anyone else to walk the path I am walking now what we went through as a family and what we are still going through,”

Peter said. “Everyone has a mother, a wife, a daughter or a sister in the community and the sad thing is that they don’t feel safe anymore. “It is men who need to make this stand against violence against women and, hopefully, this foundation

can help institute change that can help make that happen. “It’s something I can do for Kylie.” For the full story, pick up this week’s edition of the PakenhamBerwick Gazette.

STOCK LIQUIDATION SALE ALL NEW TIMBER

9708 5055 0411Mel515 158 11 Windale St, Dandenong Ref: 90 G10

CAPITAL BLINDS Your window covering specialist

Walk for the weekend By BRIDGET COOK THE Narre Warren SES provides assistance to thousands of Casey residents each year. Now five of its members are calling on the community for its support to help them reach their fundraising goal of $10,000 as they tackle the Weekend to End Women’s Cancers. Volunteers Clinton Brown, Tony Jackson, Nicky Turner, Stav Kappas and Catena Basile have signed up for the two-day, 60 kilometres walk in Melbourne in March next year which benefits the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. Narre Warren SES deputy controller Clinton Brown said they wanted to take part because they

had all been touched by cancer in some way. “As volunteers of the SES we enjoy give back to our community and providing a valuable service,” he said. “The decision to participate in this walk was an easy one for us all having all been personally touched by cancer in the past few years. “We hope that participating in the walk will help raise awareness and assist in raising much needed funds for the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.” Mr Brown said they had an aim of raising $10,000 prior to the walk and urged to community to support them. “As volunteers we are always there to provide emergency assis-

1075940-HM22-13

By BRIDGET COOK

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 3

Narre Warren SES members, from left, Tony Jackson, Stav Kappas, Nicky Jackson, Clinton Brown and Catena Basile are taking part in the Weekend to End Women’s Cancers. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS tance to the community when they training hard, walking between 15 are in need, and with this walk we to 20 kilometres together each Satnow have the privilege of taking urday and will also train on Sunthis to the next level and providing days in the new year. support to help end women’s canTo donate to their cause visit cer forever,” he said. www.endcancer.org.au and search Mr Brown said they had been for ’Narre Warren SES’.

524731-CB15-11

CN

WE SPECIALISE PE IN ✔ Curtains ✔ Swags Free ✔ Pelmets measure ✔ Verticals & Quote ✔ Timber ✔ Hollands ✔ Sun Screens ✔ Romans ✔ Plantation 10% - 6 0% Shutters OFF And much more

Warning do not sign any contract until you see us We will beat any genuine quote Conditions Apply

CALL NOW ON

1300 136 907 (LOCAL CALL COST ONLY ) Factory 17-50A Princes Highway, Doveton


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 4 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Permit fees waived By LACHLAN MOORHEAD

Passion and purpose A MURAL depicting both the heritage and future aspirations of students has been unveiled at Hampton Park Secondary College. The painted mural, which was unveiled on Friday, was a collaboration between Monash University and a Year 8 Hampton Park Secondary College students. The project was aimed at being a creative team building activity, which complimented classroom curriculum around aspirational concepts. The mural is part of a larger

university and school project - Aspirations - designed to encourage students to think about university as a desirable post-school option. Under the guidance of Monash University Masters of Teaching student Elizabeth Aitkens, the students were asked to contribute a theme, help design and then paint the mural. Julie Faulkner, from the Faculty of Education, said what began as a promising idea evolved over 2013 to light up the school recreation area in colour and story. “What was once a plain brick wall now shimmers with representations of students’ countries of origin

and symbols of their future hopes,� he said. “The Great Wall of China sits alongside the Eureka building, palm trees and Big Ben, Flinders Street station, mountain ranges, Chinese and Middle Eastern dwellings. “Balloons rise toward the sun carrying young painters’ passions and anticipations for what might come.� Right: Hampton Park Secondary College student Mata jumps for joy over the school’s new mural. Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS 

CHRISTMAS

35% TO 65% OFF

SALE

ALL

FREE IN-HOME TRIAL

RUGS OPEN 7 DAYS

, O F R UG S E G N A R � BIGGEST ILL BE AMAZED W U “YO

&KXUFK

&KXUFK 2IWKH RIWKH

$/29,1*35$<(5)8/ $/29,1*35$<(5)8/ :256+,3)8/ :256+,3)8/

)DPLO\&KXUFK

)DPLO\&KXUFK /LYLQJ /LYLQJ ³)RUWKH:RUGRI*RG ,VOLYLQJDQGSRZHUIXO´ :RUG :RUG

Âł)RUWKH:RUGRI*RGLVOLYLQJ DQGSRZHUIXO´+HE +HE  Â&#x2021;&RPPXQLRQ(YHU\6XQGD\ &RPPXQLRQ(YHU\6XQGD\ Â&#x2021;6XQGD\6FKRRO  6XQGD\6FKRRO Â&#x2021;$QRLQWHG:RUVKLS $QRLQWHG:RUVKLS Â&#x2021;*RGÂśV:RUGLVSUHDFKHG *RGÂśV:RUGLVSUHDFKHG Â&#x2021;0LUDFOHKHDOLQJ 0LUDFOHKHDOLQJ Â&#x2021;/D\LQJRIKDQGV /D\LQJRIKDQGV :DWHU%DSWLVP Â&#x2021;:DWHU%DSWLVP  )XOO,PPHUVLRQ  )XOO,PPHUVLRQ

:RUOG0LVVLRQV6XSSRUW 3DVWRU-RKQ  3DVWRU-RKQ  Â&#x2021;:RUOG0LVVLRQV6XSSRUW +RXVH0HHWLQJV 5HQDWD.RQNHO 5HQDWD.RQNHO Â&#x2021;+RXVH0HHWLQJV  (YHU\7XH 7KXUV   (YHU\7XH 7KXUV

 )HOORZVKLS/XQFKDIWHUVHUYLFH  Â&#x2021;)HOORZVKLS/XQFKDIWHU  VHUYLFH

Capri Blinds

& Curtains

Up to

50%

DP DP (YHU\6XQGD\

â&#x20AC;˘ Cash discounts â&#x20AC;˘ All sizes catered for â&#x20AC;˘ All major credit cards â&#x20AC;˘ Delivery service



$VVW3DVWRU $VVW3DVWRU

(GGLH-DFRWLQH (GGLH-DFRWLQH

OFF

Factory Direct

(YHU\6XQGD\

+LOOVPHDGH3ULPDU\6FKRRO +LOOVPHDGH3ULPDU\6FKRRO 7KH3URPHQDGH 6RFFHU&OXE5RRP 1DUUH:DUUHQ6RXWK  7KH3URPHQDGH 1DUUH:DUUHQ6RXWK ZZZ&KXUFKRI/LYLQJ:RUGRUJ

Vertical Blinds Awnings Cedar Blinds Swags & Tails Slimline Micro Roller Shutters Holland Blinds Fly Screens Security Doors Roman & Austrian â&#x20AC;˘ Canopies â&#x20AC;˘ Plantation Shutters â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;12 Months Interest FREE

PH 9794 8899 MOB 0418 555 672 149 Princes Highway (Lonsdale Street), Dandenong (between Foster and Webster Streets) www.capriblinds.com.au sales@capriblinds.com.au

ZZZ&KXUFKRI/LYLQJ:RUGRUJ 471263-JJ5-10

LARGE BELGIUM RUGS

COIRS

Rubber Back Runner

PAINTINGS

45X75CM

67cm Wide

92X122CM ASST

240X340CM

Expect to pay $28.00

Expect to pay $22.00 per mt

Expect to pay $199.00

Expect to pay $390.00

Our Price $19.00

Our Price $12.00 per mt

Our Price $79.00

Our Price $199.00

NEW

LOANS & LEASES FROM $200 TO $2000

FLOKATI WOOL RUGS

WOOL RUGS ASST HAND MADE WOOL OVAL RUGS

KIDS RUGS

160X230CM

90X150CM

Expect to pay $39.00

Expect to pay $650.00

Expect to pay $297.00

Expect to pay $45.00

Our Price $29.00

Our Price $259.00

Our Price $148.00

Our Price $29.00

50X100CM

1109806-LN49-13

Affordable Loans & Leases Now Available

100 X150CM ASST

Repayments up to 1 year Centrelink clients welcome (according to benefits) Poor credit history? Try us.

Come & See the Biggest Range of Rugs in Melbourne. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be Amazed

DANDENONG Unit 3-15 Greens Road DANDENONG

Ph: 9793 4116

MARIBYRNONG

BLACKBURN Unit 4, 214-216 Whitehorse Rd BLACKBURN

Ph: 9318 5570

CALL NOW! We like to say yes!*

Mega Stores at

Homemaker City Maribyrnong, Shop 16A, 179 Rosamond Road, MARIBYRNONG

*Terms and conditions apply

1109546-RC49-13

9793 3299

Apply On Line www.cashloanmoneycentre.com.au

Ph: 9877 6286

www.rugsgalore.com.au

AUSTRALIAN CREDIT LICENCE N0 387935

By BRIDGET COOK

1109414-PB49-13

Hampton Park Secondary College students in front of the mural they helped create.

NOT-FOR-PROFIT community organisations in Casey will no longer have to pay permit fees when hosting a public event. The recommendation was passed by the City of Casey last month which will see Place of Public Entertainment (POPE) permit fees waived for not-for-profit community groups. The development comes after council resolved in September to address the administration of POPE permits and waived fees in the interim for â&#x20AC;&#x153;genuineâ&#x20AC;? not-for-profit groups. Hampton Park Networking Group treasurer Vanassa Gerdes sought out Councillor Wayne Smith to address the issue after her group kept being charged to hold free events. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Every time we ran a free event for the community, we had to pay for this permit. The council would bill us for a free event,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We ran a fashion show and it was considered â&#x20AC;&#x2122;entertainmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; by council, so we needed a POPE permit. At the Hampton Park community festival, we had Santa Claus visit and that was also classified as â&#x20AC;&#x2122;entertainmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It seemed like a lot of rigmarole for something we were doing for free.â&#x20AC;? Ms Gerdes also said there was an inordinate amount of paperwork needed to receive a POPE permit. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our volunteers are rapt that POPE permits will be waived for not-for-profit groups, there was so much paperwork and it puts a lot of strain on them,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We knew we could lose our volunteers over this issue.â&#x20AC;? Cr Smith agreed with the complaints he had received from many people in the Casey community regarding POPE permits. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re all caution of occupational health and safety but it was getting crazy,â&#x20AC;? he said. Cr Smith also said the POPE system had caused confusion state-wide, prompting the State Government to introduce amendments to the Building Regulations 2006. Under these revised regulations events organised by a â&#x20AC;&#x153;community-based organisationâ&#x20AC;? may be run without the need to obtain a POPE permit, but other regulatory provisions may still apply.

243 Thomas Street, Dandenong 1097291-EP43-13


| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Cop cut may stop Newstart for kids By BRIDGET COOK THE future of a proactive program run in Casey which connects disengaged youth with police is in doubt after Victoria Police decided to cut all resources from it next year. Operation Newstart Casey is a program developed by teachers and police who came in contact with students who were disengaged from education on a daily basis. It is aimed at re-engaging the young people in education and, with police involvement, reduce their risk of contact with police and build that relationship. The program, which involves 10 local schools, has run in Casey for the past six years and started off as a 50-50 partnership between Victoria Police and Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. The Casey program had a full-time police facilitator working alongside the full-time education facilitator James Seeary in the beginning. About two years ago, Victoria Police reduced the role of police facilitators from full time and in the Casey area, the police in-

volvement was negotiated to 20 days per school term. This month, Mr Seeary said he has been advised that Victoria Police officers would not be available to work as facilitators at any of the Operation Newstart programs next year. “While I want to thank the police for their input in the past six years to this wonderful partnership that helped 200 students in Casey, I’m disappointed police have withdrawn from the program,” he said. “It’s put me in a position where I need to juggle staff to just try and keep this program alive.” Mr Seeary said the program was financially support by the 10 Casey schools involved, but would struggle to keep it alive without police involvement. “I’ve already got support from YSAS (Youth Support and Advocacy Service) who provide me with a youth worker two days a week,” he said. “Headspace have also come on board and said they can provide support one day a week. “We have an emergency strategic meeting on Monday with the principals from the schools

involved, as to whether we push ahead with the modified program or stop it all together. “Not having police involved will impact the program though and whether schools still want to fund it. “The program is unique across the world and the police involvement opens doors for this program that many others cannot offer.” Mr Seeary said it would be sad if the program could not go ahead. “The police involvement is crucial in developing relationships with our at-risk kids,” he said. “A lot of the kids involved are likely to come in contact with police, either as a victim or committing it themselves. “The program not only encourages them to continue their education, but helps break down the view that police are the enemy.” Victoria Police did not respond to the News inquiry by the time of going to press. See the News’s website starcommunity.com.au for developments.

From left, YSAS youth facilitation Courtney Weston, Headspace Dandenong community engagement officer Matt Murphy, police facilitator Tracey Atkins and education facilitator James Seeary are advocating for Victoria Police to continue its involvement in the Operation Newstart Casey program. 111518 Picture: ROB CAREW

Lack of treatment forces bail knockback By CAMERON LUCADOU-WELLS A WOMAN who lived in her parents’ Cranbourne garage was this week refused bail because of lack of access to a drug treatment plan. At a bail hearing at Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on Monday, Ashley Teresa Hunt, 25, wept in the dock when she was found to be an “unacceptable risk” of re-offending, after being arrested in the garage that day.

Magistrate Greg Connellan said it appeared the parents were not happy to have Hunt reside in the house because of her alleged methyl amphetamine addiction. “It could be the most luxuriant garage in the world, but the fact she’s living in the garage raises other issues which I don’t have any evidence of. “It occurs to me that if dealt with by an early [guilty] plea, she may not have a custodial sentence, given

her limited criminal history. “But she has to show she isn’t an unacceptable risk to commit further offences on bail.” He said without a drug treatment plan under a credit bail program - which was a mechanism for the court to monitor her progress - she didn’t show cause for bail. Hunt’s defence lawyer, in his submission for his client’s release on bail, said there was “no capacity for new cases at the moment” at the

court’s credit bail program. Detective Constable Matthew McCormack, of Casey CIU, told the court Hunt’s parents “appeared to be upstanding citizens” but were unaware she was in the garage when police visited to arrest her. Effectively, Hunt was under no supervision or control, he argued. Hunt was remanded in custody until her hearing in Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on 5 December.

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 5

Toy run will go ahead despite founder’s death By BRIDGET COOK THE largest convoy to date is expected to take part in the 13th annual Peninsula Toy Run this weekend to honour the event’s founder who sadly died this week. Well-known Pearcedale resident John Smollen passed away suddenly on Saturday of a heart attack at the age of 78. The motorbike enthusiast had been busy organising his annual toy run, which he started in 2000, to help collect food and toys for underprivileged families on the Mornington Peninsula. His wife Maureen said the event would still go ahead on Saturday in his honour. “I think it will be bigger than ever,” she said. “Everyone is wanting to going along on the last ride organised by John. “The event will continue in the future, with another chap offering to take it over, just as John would have wished.” Mr Smollen was born and grew up in the East Prahan area. He met Maureen when she was just 13 years old and he was 16. The couple married in 1955 and moved to South Oakleigh before moving to their family home in Pearcedale 34 years ago. “We had been married for 58 years,” Ms Smollen said. “He has done a dirty on me. I was waiting for a letter from the Queen when we reached our 60th anniversary, but he hasn’t hung around long enough.” Ms Smollen said her husband death had left a huge hole in their large family and he would be dearly missed by them all. “We are all in deep shock,” she said. “He was a hardworking, family-orientated and community minded man. “He always helped me a lot, especially with the Remembrance Day and Anzac Day services I organise for Pearcedale.” Mr Smollen leaves behind his four children, Carl, Tracy, Meriel and David, 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held on Monday 9 December at 11am at the Peninsula City Church, 252 Frankston-Flinders Road, Frankston. The Peninsula Toy Run will take place this Saturday, leaving at 9.30am from the Frankston Pier car park.

Peninsula Toy Run founder and Pearcedale resident John Smollen passed away on Saturday.

t h g i l e l d can

3 1 0 2 c e D 0 2 y Fridnsaroad Recreation reserve Cair PM-9.30pm 7.30 th

Taga Paa

Fireworks

From The Voice By Casey Life Casey Life Church - Major Sponsor & Organizer

Free Sausage Cairns rd & Campbell drive, Hampton Park SiZZLE (Hampton Park Secondary College oval) If unfavourable weather, event will be held at the Hampton Park Secondary College. Drug and Alcohol free Event.

1109985-LN49-13

CN


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 6 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Opinion Send letters to P.O. Box 9, Pakenham, 3810, fax 5945 0777 or email editor@starnewsgroup.com.au. All letters published must carry the writer’s name and town or suburb. A home address and daytime phone number are also required for verification.

Cost of Christmas I WOULD like to let people who send Xmas cards to the UK and abroard to know that I have just had an awful shock when I went to send some of my usual cards. I was told there was no longer the smaller stamp for Xmas cards. One has to pay as for a letter, the difference being from $1.50 last year to the letter price of $2.65 - that is $1.15 for each card. Each year I usually send 45 to 60 cards but now I find that it’s way over the top and cannot do that. I have written to the CEO of Australia Post and await a reply. It beggars belief that they can get away with such a big increase. The cost of sending birthday and anniversary cards during the year all adds up. Jean Perry, Cranbourne East.

Relay grateful ON behalf of Cancer Council Victoria, I congratulate and thank those who helped make the second annual Cranbourne-Narre Relay for Life a successful event.

Funeral Director ...the little things make a difference

David Bull Managing Director Australian owned family business since 1979.

Drouin Office 5941 & Chapel Pakenham 4888 Cnr. Porter Place Berwick 9707 5755 & Lampards Rd, Drouin Ph: 5625 5996 25716822 Cranbourne Drouin 5625 2571

Warragul Ph: 5623 3188

404107-KS12-9

Pakenham Office & Chapel

David W Bull Funeral Directors 190 Princes Hwy, Pakenham Provide understanding care Ph: 5941 4888 and personal service.

In November, more than 600 local residents came together to participate in the overnight relay-style event celebrating cancer survivors, remembering loved ones lost, and encouraging the community to fight back against cancer. Although the statistics are confronting one in two people will be diagnosed by age 85, there is reason to celebrate. Over the past two decades the survival rates for many common cancers has increased by more than 30 per cent. This is largely thanks to research and prevention measures funded by Victorians through programs such as Relay for Life. This year, Cranbourne-Narre participants are expecting to raise $67,000 which will support Cancer Council Victoria’s research and prevention programs, as well as support services for local residents specifically, the Cancer Council Helpline. City of Casey residents can call the Helpline on 13 11 20 and discuss cancer-related questions with a registered cancer nurse. Finally, I would like to personally thank each of the volunteer committee members, led by chairmanager Nicole Ryan, for volunteering their time and energy to ensure the event’s success. Todd Harper, CEO, Cancer Council Victoria.

Third World council AUSTRALIA is a great country in many respects. But the City of Casey, on the other hand, resembles a Third World country. Its administration is not up to the mark, one may even say that it is becoming worse than a Third World country city. There’s too much bureaucracy and bad use of ratepayers’ money. On 6 November, I rang council and reported a large quantity of litter that some irresponsible, selfish people had dropped along Heatherton Road between The Green and Grove End and also between Grove End and Matthew Flinders. On 12, 20, 22 and 27 November I rang council again and again. Each time I spoke to a different person. On 22 November I was told that the contractor would need another two weeks. On 28 November, those black garbage bags were still there, maybe full of rotten chicken, fish bones and even a dead animal. One would wonder whether Casey Council cares for the protection of the environment and the health of local residents. Eliezer Francois, Endeavour Hills.

Trust tested SO what a year we have had since the City of Casey councillors were elected. We had the CEO taken to court. We had the Casey council taking ratepay-

Thumbs Up Thumbs Down

HEAD OFFICE: Phone 5945 0666 Fax 5945 0777 starnewsgroup@starnewsgroup.com.au www.starcommunity.com.au PO Box 9, Pakenham 3810 Open 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday

Thumbs up

Authorised agent at:

FOR common sense in relation to the council urging community groups to celebrate Christmas.

29-31 High St, Berwick 3806. The News is produced in three editions with a total audited circulation of 88,807

Thumbs up

Also included inside the News September 2010

TO mayor Geoff Ablett who attended the Lynbrook Primary Grade-3 Marvellous Melbourne Exhibition last Thursday. He spent over an hour looking at over 150 artworks, reports and models. The kids loved the special attention.

The South Eastern Star Real Estate has a total audited circulation of 132,150 Advertising advertising@starnewsgroup.com.au Classifieds 5945 0600 Fax 5945 0667 classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au Editorial editor@starnewsgroup.com.au Production production@starnewsgroup.com.au

Thumbs up TO the Cannons Creek Foreshore Committee and Residents Association, along with the Devon Meadows Fire Brigade, for the Cannons Creek Environmental Festival (Christmas Party) which was held on Sunday.

Thumbs up

PROUDLY AUSTRALIAN OWNED & INDEPENDENT INSIDE PANEL NEWS - 1068504

Produced and published by Paul Thomas for Star News Group Pty. Ltd. ACN 005 484 108, Cnr. Princes Highway & Army Road, Pakenham 3810. Printed under contract by Border Mail Printing Pty Ltd. 1 McKoy St, Wodonga. Vic 3690. Advertising Terms and Conditions, Terms and Conditions of Competitions and Privacy Statement are available at: www.starcommunity.com.au

TO our bus drivers. Thumbs Up Thumbs Down is your chance to have your say. Malicious or defamatory submissions will not be accepted. All submissions must include a full name, address and daytime phone number. Contributions over the phone will not be accepted. Contributors will not be identified. The News reserves the right to edit submissions. To submit a Thumbs Up Thumbs Down, email to editor@starnewsgroup. com.au, fax to 5945 0777 or post to P.O. Box 9, Pakenham, 3810.

ers to court. We had Cr Rosalie Crestani running for the Senate just soon after being elected for the first time to council. We had junkets to China. What do we have in store for 2014? More junkets, this time to Tamworth for the music festival and maybe another trip to China. Our mayor Geoff Ablett is likely to run for State Parliament and who knows what other councillors are in the mix. You now understand why I stand up for the ratepayers of our community and speak out because the position we elect our councillors to is done on trust and we expect you all to see out your term in office. When this trust is broken we have no other choice but to speak out. Give me the day where I can write a letter to tell the council what a great job you are all doing. Merry Xmas to you all. Rex Flannery, Narre Warren South.

True cost of alcohol ALCOHOL is costing us millions of dollars and seriously affecting the wellbeing of our society. I hate to think how many millions of dollars alcohol abuse is costing our society in trying to provide “cures” instead of offering prevention. Excessive alcohol abuse would be the main cause of such a blowout in hospital and medical costs. It does not take Houdini to understand that our hospitals are full to overloading because of alcohol excess. By attempting to reduce alcohol consumption our medical costs would be reduced dramatically. We have been able to reduce smoking with legislation. Smoking generally only affects the user, but alcohol affects not only the user but friends family and loved ones because a person who has consumed excessive alcohol has little thought for others. I see no valid reason as to why we cannot introduce appropriate legislation similarly to that of smoking except to say that the tax revenue might be lowered and the alcohol industry might suffer less profits. We can improve the wellbeing of society in so many ways. Yes we can do it! Ron Roberts, Cranbourne.

Mud slinging score IN response to Rex Flannery’s attempt to throw mud at me in last week’s letter (What’s the Score?), it is interesting that the two questions he asked were identical to two questions asked in an email to me by former councillor Lynette Keleher in May 2011. The community can form their own conclu-

Ray’s say

sions about the association between these two people, and in fact with a few others who continue to agitate something which has long been addressed. The simple answer was that the case referred to was about an unsuccessful job applicant seeking a review of the decision. I had no involvement and no carriage of the matter. The answer was provided at the time but it is interesting that, nevertheless, agitators still throw mud hoping that some will stick. Mike Tyler, CEO, City of Casey.

Time to speak out I WISH to congratulate Star News Group on its coverage of White Ribbon Day in the PakenhamBerwick Gazette and Berwick News last week. Family violence is a blight on our community. In my time as a police officer, I regularly came in to contact with families affected by violence. I know many more cases went unreported. Increased reporting is vital to uncovering violence against women and children. The Victorian Coalition Government is committed to raising awareness of and preventing violence against women, which is reflected in Victoria’s Action Plan to Address Violence against Women and Children - Everyone has a Responsibility. The plan covers prevention, early intervention and response measures, including a bystander program to encourage people with knowledge of violence to report it to the police. It is no longer good enough for neighbours, families and friends to ignore the signs of violence against women and children because they ‘don’t want to get involved.’ Everyone has a responsibility to act. It is good to see a media outlet take such a strong position on this issue. Brad Battin MP, Member for Gembrook.

Wonderful work THE recent celebrations for Endeavour Hills’s 40th birthday were great to be involved in. As a long-time resident since 1988, I took a lot of pride seeing other residents’ photos of the area and all the wonderful artwork from local school children. The historic talk at the library was also interesting but I was miffed to see the City of Casey councillors attempting to take credit for the work they had not done in regards to the celebrations. Most of the work organising the events was done by the Endeavour Hills Library and the local MP Luke Donnellan. I think they did a marvellous job and should be duly credited for that work. Well done to all involved. Doug Wilkinson, Endeavour Hills.


CN

Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 7

Crime on the rise By BRIDGET COOK CRIME is up in Casey, with family violence, burglary and theft from cars being prolific contributors to the rise. Victoria Police released the latest round of crime statistics last week which revealed that overall crime in Casey was up 6.9 per cent from 1 October 2012 to 30 September this year compared to the previous year. Burglary from factories, shops, schools and sporting clubs was up 29.6 per cent, with residential burglaries dropping by 5.2 per cent. Another big jump was thefts from cars with a 17.3 per cent rise, however theft of cars was down. Crimes associated with family violence continue to have an impact on the overall crime rates within Casey, with 1271 cases being reported in the past year - a 1.2 per cent jump from the previous year. Casey Police Inspector Wayne Viney said he was pleased to say that Casey continued to lead the state in its response to family violence. “We charge more offenders for crimes associated with violence against women and children than any other police service area within Victoria,” he said. “Although it has an impact on our crime figures, our primary focus is on protecting women and children who are subject to violence in their own homes.”

In a new driving seat CHAMPION V8 Supercar driver Jason Bargwanna has swapped the fast lane for fast food. The Bathurst winner has decided to retire from full-time driving and has now invested in two local Red Rooster stores at Hampton Park and Fountain Gate. Mr Bargwanna took over the Hampton Park store last weekend, and will take ownership of the Narre Warren store next week. This Sunday the Hampton Park Shopping Centre will be celebrating the stage two opening of

its redevelopment with a carnival type event, and Mr Bargwanna will be in store as part of the celebrations signing autographs and having a chat with fans. The centre has undergone modernisation works, with a number of new business included into the mix. The festivities will take place from 10am and 3pm at the centre with live musical performances, carnival rides, free fairy floss, popcorn, face painting, animal farm and roving entertainers.

Casey Police Inspector Wayne Viney has had his say on the latest round of crime statistics in Casey. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS With White Ribbon Week held last week, Insp Viney said it was time for all members of the community to stop and think about what they could do to change the community’s culture and attitudes towards violence against women and children. Insp Viney said police had continued to deploy police to areas experiencing high levels of crime and target known recidivist offenders. “This strategy has continued to deliver excellent results,” he said.

Robbery was down 31.7 per cent, assaults, excluding Family Violence, were down 9.6 per cent and residential burglary was down 5.2 per cent. Insp Viney said with the huge jump on thefts from cars, it was obvious people weren’t getting the message about securing their vehicles and not leaving valuables in sight. “Theft of valuables from motor vehicles is a key driver as to why our crime rate has increased over the past 12

months,” he said. “I consistently read crime reports where cars were either unlocked or valuables were left in clear view. “Car owners need to take responsibility and learn that by leaving valuables such as phones, cash, computers, and iPods for example in sight is inviting a would- be thief to break into your car. “It doesn’t matter where you park - remove everything of value and lock your car. It’s a simple message but one that is consistently ignored.”

Former V8 Supercar champion Jason Bargwanna has bought the Red Rooster stores at Hampton Park and Fountain Gate. 111468 Picture: ROB CAREW

Christmas

YOUR UR

GIFT

Spend $150 or more on PANDORA and receive a porcelain, collectable PANDORA ornament*.

*Spend excludes SALE items. Available from 25th November to 8th December 2013 or while stocks last. Offer not available with any other PANDORA promotional offer. CONDITIONS APPLY.


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 8 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Right, Richard, from Kalimna Support Options, is helped along by Cranbourne Bowling Club Scott DePiazza. Inset: Caitlin and Tony Gebbing, from Kalimna Support Options, have some fun at the Cranbourne Bowling Club. Pictures: ROB CAREW

Bowls for all

ProElite Support Sports Bra $74.95 Sizes 10-16 DD-G Cup

By BRIDGET COOK

CRANBOURNE Bowling Club is ensuring that people of all abilities can enjoy the sport during the warmer months. The club has held two ‘all abilities’ bowls days in October and November, with plans to hold them monthly during summer, so people with a disability can join in the fun. Cranbourne Bowling Club secretary

Fitting Specialist for Every Woman

RECEIVE

20%Off when you purchase any two sports bras from our Berlei range. For a limited time. Conditions apply.

Camberwell Camberwell City - Spencer Outlet Centre Fountain Gate Glen Waverley Oakleigh

www.lafigure.com.au

9882 5866 9882 1470 9602 1980 9796 0466 9887 8441 9568 0996

Fritz Helle said they ran the program last year, and decided to do it again due to its success. “The Cranbourne Bowling Club is proudly presenting itself as a community club,” he said. “The first all ability day for the new 2013/14 season was on Thursday 10 October. “About 35 participants plus carers and volunteers from the club were on the

Green, all wearing a new orange sunhat. “The club very much appreciates the assistance of the City of Casey with a community grant to cover the cost of the hats. “The bright colour of the hats helped to provide an atmosphere of fun and sense of togetherness.” For more information about the events email crannybowls@bigpond. com

They’re all in the good books By BRIDGET COOK TWO Casey schools had a special visit from the former premier of Victoria last month to celebrate their schools’ participation in this year’s Premier’s Reading Challenge. Narre Warren South MP Judith Graley was joined by Steve Bracks on Thursday 21 at Berwick Fields Primary School and Kilberry Valley Primary School in Hampton Park. The Premier’s Reading Challenge, now in its ninth year, aims to promote a love of reading and encourages students to read broadly. At Kilberry Valley Primary School, more than 800 students participated in the challenge, with 75 of those students reading 100 books. Berwick Fields Primary School had more than 500 students participate. Ms Graley said Mr Bracks, who founded the Premier’s Reading Challenge, was very impressed with the stellar readers from both schools.

Former Premier of Victoria Steve Bracks and Narre Warren South MP Judith Graley with Kilberry Valley Primary School student Jake who took part in the Premier’s Reading Challenge. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS “The students at our local schools have once again shown they are champion readers and role models for the rest of the state,” she said. “It is terrific to see students taking up the challenge with such passion and enthusiasm.

“Literacy is such an important part of learning and improving so it’s terrific to see students taking up the challenge with such energy and enthusiasm. “Every child deserves to discover the excitement and wonder of a good book.”

1108101-EP47-13

Berlei


| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 9

Interface of fire risks

By BRIDGET COOK

City of Casey Manager Community Safety Caroline Bell said the council was currently working towards reducing fuel loads. “Council is undertaking programmed mowing and slashing works across the municipality that will see two cuts of all rural road reserves in November - December and January - February, and fuel reduction works in bushland reserves that are in close proximity to residential areas,” Ms Bell said. “During this time, undeveloped reserves are also cut every month.”

District 8 Operations Manager Trevor Owen said people needed to start preparing for the fire season and dob in their neighbours if they don’t.

Funeral Director

Funeral Director ...the little things make a difference

David Bull Managing Director Australian owned family business since 1979.

F R E E

Pakenham 4888 Drouin Office &5941 Chapel Berwick 9707 5755 Cnr. Porter Place & Lampards Rd,5996 Drouin Cranbourne 6822 Ph: 5625 2571 Drouin 5625 2571 David W Bull Funeral Directors Provide understanding care and personal service.

GIVE AWAY FOR CHRISTMAS MARKS CLEANING SERVICES

Pakenham Office & Chapel

would like to offer EVERYONE the opportunity to participate in our face book give away by following links to our WEB PAGE www.markscleaningservices.com.au Follow instructions and ENTER the word “NEWS” in the COMMENT BOX for a chance to win

SWIM SPA SALE ON NOW

$200 Coles Myers

GIFT CARD All Entries must be in by midday 20th Dec Winner Drawn on the 20th of December winner notified end of business same day

Remember to support local business and book us for any cleaning you may need full service list on our Web page

A NARRE Warren South resident has expressed her anger over the lack of action taken to long grass in an area that was affected in the Black Saturday fires. Stacey, who did not want her last name used, said grass had grown taller than her five-year-old son on privately owned, vacant land along Ormond Road and Langbourne Drive. Stacey said she contact the council on two occasions about the long grass, but said nothing was done for at least two weeks. However City of Casey manager of Community Safety, Caroline Bell said the council had now addressed the issue and the grass had been cut. Stacey said she was angry that the grass had been let to grow that long. Stacey said she was also worried about snakes making their way into the residential area nearby. Ms Bell, from the council, said the grass had now been cut. “Council advises residents who are concerned about the length of grass on properties to phone the City of Casey’s Customer Service team on 9705 5200 to lodge a request, which will be inspected,” she said.

5995 3772

Wings

SEAFOOD RESTAURANT BAR & BISTRO

& Fins

LOCATED AT TOORADIN AIRFIELD

CHRISTMAS ORDERS TAKEN FOR

1108509-PB49-13

1110375-PB49-13

THE region’s top firefighter believes grass interface areas are at huge risk this fire season. District 8 Operations Manager Trevor Owen said people needed to start preparing for the fire season and dob in their neighbours if they don’t. Mr Owen said interface areas, where grass meets residential areas, would be most at risk during the coming fire season. “A fire that moves fast through grassland can run up against a timber fence, burn a garden and very easily break into houses,” he said. “People should be out there over the coming weeks, slashing where they can or getting in contact with council.” The weather has stimulated growth of grass, which would pose a significant risk it dries out. “In our south metro region, the rainfall over the last 12 months has been above average whereas the rest of the state was below average,” he said. “But that doesn’t reduce the risk, it can enhance the risk because it stimulates growth. “With the pattern of wet weather and warm weather, once the grass dries out, it is a significant risk to us.”

Mr Owen said people should also be keeping an eye on neighbouring properties which could pose a threat. “It’s not just you cleaning up your own property, you need to bring attention to your neighbours to do their bit. “Now is the time to raise it because when it dries out, it will be a great risk,” he said. “If they notice that other people are not doing the right thing, they should be raising that. “If neighbouring properties are not taking it seriously, they should be dobbing them into the municipal fire prevention officer.” Mr Owen said the fire prevention officer at a local council can issue a notice forcing landholders to clean up. The silly season was often a distraction before the fire season but people needed to start preparing now, Mr Owen said. “Their attention is elsewhere and in the background they’re going to see the weather change and it will become drier and hotter,” he said. “Before they know it, they will turn around and it will be a code red day and they haven’t done any preparation. “People need to be starting to take preventative measures now.”

1002409-JF28-11

By NICOLE WILLIAMS

Long grass a huge concern

from

$14,990

FRESHLY COOKED FLINDERS ISLAND CRAYFISH QUEENSLAND PRAWNS TASSIE OYSTERS 3260 South Gippsland Hwy

TOORADIN

Phone: 5998 3600

WED–FRI 10–LATE SAT & SUN 10-LATE

Wings & Fins

Factory 1 / 450 Princes Hwy Noble Park

call 13SPAS (137727)

Relax with Maax

1102062-HM49-13

CN


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 10 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

COME CELEBRATE WITH US! Sunday 8th December 10am to 3pm Hampton Park Shopping Centre Carnival

TJ MICHAEL JACKSON

I have uploaded the bottom 1/2 of the ad. I have also uploaded the pics needed for the top half of the ad. Can I please have the top half looking similar to the bottom 1/2 which is supplied. Colour wise and balloons etc.

Impersonator performing live and having photos and signing autographs I have uploaded the whole brochure - can you take the picture of the shopping centre out of this to go onto the ad you are creating

FREE ANIMAL FARM FREE FACE PAINTING

1110344-PB49-13

FREE RIDES

COME ON DOWN AND CELEBRATE WITH US

GRAND OPENING CELEBRATIONS SUNDA

Y

STAGE STAG S TAG AGE GE 2 HA HAMPTON H A N PA P PARK A SHOPPING CENTRE

8TH

55 Hallam Road, Hampton Park LOADS OF GIVEAWAYS & SPECIALS

CHEAP & HOT $2 PLUS Toys, Gifts, Kitchen Ware & Lollies

$500

GIVEAWAY Just JJus stSpend spend pend$20$$20 of the spe specialty e in in anyany of the specialty shops advertised on Sundayhere December 8th shops on Sunday and place stamped December 8thyour and place yourreceipt stamped in the barrel to win $500! receipt in the barrel to win $500!

Valid 8.12.13 only

Valid till 01.01.14

FREE SHOW BAG with every purchase over $5 Chocolate & confectionery samples/tastings Corporate & general rafles Valid till 08.12.13

Prize will be drawn at 3pm on the day.

10% OFF All stock

2 Small Pizzas & 2 cans drink $15 1 Large Pizza, 1.25lt drink, Garlic Bread $16 2 Large Pizzas, 1.25lt drink, Garlic Bread $22.50 2 Family Pizzas, 1.25lt drink, Garlic Bread $30

DEC

½ PRICE DONUTS 6 hot cinnamon donuts ONLY $2.50 Reg $5

FREE CUP CAKES

Valid till 31.12.13

FREE COFFEE buy 1 coffee, get 1 free

10% OFF Everything

Valid 8.12.13 only

Valid 8.12.13 only

SAMPLE BOX

LUCY’S DIVINE CAFÉ Coffee & Cake only $4

of 6 donuts only $10 Valid 8.12.13 only

Any Hair Cut & Blowdry

T-Bone Steak $12.99kg

Any Hair Colour Service

Valid 8.12.13 only

Ph 9799 1610

$10 OFF

Valid till 31.01.14

For all your tobacco needs

Valid till 15.12.13

Get 6 free cup cakes with the purchase of any birthday cake.

Valid till 15.12.13

$5 OFF

TOP QUALITY BUTCHER

Services include • Passports • Australian/International Passport Photos • Tax File Numbers • Working with Children • Worksafe • All Travel Essentials • Large Philatelic Range

with any main meal purchased

Work Vests (red or orange) $5 Work Jackets $10 Hand Bags from $25 Maxi Dresses from $25 Track Pants $10 Leggings, Jumpers, Tops, Mens Shorts, T-Shirts from $12

Valid till 04.01.14

Valid till 04.01.14

FREE Kids Meal

Visit Sharon & the team for all your Tattslotto tickets

LEE LEE BAKERY Drop iin & visit D i it us for f allll your FRESH BREAD needs!


CN

Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 11

A Cranbourne worker said this rubbish has sat in Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre car park for more than eight months.

Lingering eyesore By BRIDGET COOK A CRANBOURNE worker has expressed her anger over the inaction over dumped rubbish which she claims has sat there for more than eight months. Jo, who works at Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre, said trolleys full of dumped rubbish had sat in the centre’s car park for at least eight months despite numerous calls to the council. She said prior to that, another pile of rubbish remained in the car park for well over a year before it was collected. “For the past eight months, I sit everyday looking at rubbish that accumulates in the car park area, particularly behind in the car park behind Pharmore,” she said.

“I have contacted both the council and centre management about it on so many occasions, I’m sick of ringing. “The council has handed out parking fines there, and trimmed the trees yet the rubbish has not been touched. “The pile has just gotten bigger, it’s overflowing and now smells as it has sat there so long. “It’s not only us that are unhappy about it, but also other business owners. “It’s an eyesore and degrades the town.” Jo said she hoped reports would be followed up quicker in the future, particularly with the planned $110 million redevelopment of the centre. City of Casey manager roads and construction Wayne Mack

said the rubbish would be removed by the council this week. “In 2013, there has been one request regarding rubbish in the council-managed car park between High Street and Lamb Street, Cranbourne,” he said. “In response to this request, council undertook maintenance and rubbish collection. “Council has a routine cleansing program that includes litter collection in car parks in designated shopping centre areas, including the car park in Cranbourne between High Street and Lamb Street. Council has undertaken a site inspection and is aware that there is a small amount of rubbish in the council-managed car park behind Pharmore. “This rubbish will be removed by council this week.”

Get back on track with your career For more than 30 years National Workplace Training (NWT) has transformed the lives of students looking for something other than standard high school and tertiary routes. NWT values all forms of learning, including workplacebased avenues. Our courses provide valuable preparation

Phone (03) 9548 8814 Fax (03) 9548 8914 enquiries@nwt.edu.au www.nwt.edu.au

for life and guide students towards nationally recognised qualifications, increasing opportunities for both further learning and immediate employment. Call us today. We’ll get you on the path to success.

Your Quality Training Partner 1107812-EP48-13

IN ! Y R AYS R HU ST D LA

BERWICK FIAT & ALFA ROMEO

For your chance to win a Fiat 500 POP or one of twenty one $500 Westfield gift vouchers.

Entry is Free!

From Your Local McDonald's®

Only at participating McDonald’s® Restaurants. Terms and Conditions: Starts 9am (AEDT) 28/10/2013 and ends 5pm (AEDT) 8/12/2013. Open to Victorian residents aged 14 years or older. Under 18ʼs must have parent/guardian consent. Fully complete an official entry form at a Participating Restaurant and place in the entry box/s provided. One entry per person per calendar day only. Preliminary Draw: 11am (AEDT) 12/12/2013 at McDonaldʼs Hampton Park, 553 South Gippsland Highway, Hampton Park, VIC 3976. Final Draw: 11:30am (AEDT) on same date and at same place as Preliminary Draw. Major prize: 1 x Fiat 500 POP 2013 base model manual car valued to AUS $14,000. Minor prizes: 21 x AUS$500 Westfield gift vouchers. Total prize pool value up to AUS $24,500 Winner of Major prize published in The Australian on 17/12/13. Prizes only awarded following any winner verification required by Promoter. Promoter: McDonaldʼs Australia Limited (ABN 43 008 496 928) of 21-29 Central Ave, Thornleigh NSW 2120. Participating Restaurants are Berwick, Berwick South, Caldermeade, Cranbourne, Cranbourne Express, Dandenong North, Dandenong Plaza, Doveton II, Endeavour Hills, Fountain Gate, Fountain Gate Food Court, Hampton Park, Keysborough, Lyndhurst, Noble Park, Pakenham, Pakenham Bypass Inbound, Pakenham Bypass Outbound, Parkmore Shopping Centre, Skye, Springvale II and Waverley Gardens II. Full Terms see Restaurant Manager. VIC Permit 13/2077. *Product image is for illustration purposes only. For details please see actual item.

1091998-EP49-13


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 12 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Car thieves collared THREE young men have been arrested following the theft of a number of cars across Casey last month. At about 2am on Tuesday 26 November, police spotted a van with stolen number plates in Norfolk Drive Narre Warren. Police attempted to intercept the vehicle, however the three men in possession of the van abandoned the moving vehicle in Parry Drive, Narre Warren, and ran off on foot. The stolen van then rolled away and collided with an unoccupied vehicle in the car park of an aged care

facility. Two of the men were arrested shortly after. Police also arrested another man who showed up at the scene, who was believed to have another stolen car. The three men aged between 16 and 20-years-old were from Hampton Park, Cranbourne North and Narre Warren South. Police said they believed the three men were responsible for numerous theft of cars in Casey in the previous week.

• Beautiful selection of Farm Fresh Trees • Magnificent Trees 1 to 3 metres (4 to 10ft) • Steel stands available Mon-Fri, Nar Nar Goon 9am-8pm 8am-8pm Weekends. kdays, Dandenong 10am-8pm Wee 8am-6pm Weekends

Neighbourhood Watch Casey mascot ‘KC Neighbourhood Watch Dog’ and secretary Jennifer Baird launch the group’s children’s safety book, ‘KC Goes to the Park’. 111479

OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN GROWING TREES Choose your tree from the farm at

2070 PRINCES HWY Nar Nar Goon (MEL 319 H6)

For fresh pre-cut trees

Lyndale Secondary College, Dandenong Entry from Halton Rd (MEL 81 B10)

e

ted on th

1101248-MD48-13

Loca CES PRINWAY HIGH

P: 1300 655 652 E: info@dandenongchristmastreefarm.com.au www.dandenongchristmastreefarm.com.au

KC in it for the kids By BRIDGET COOK NEIGHBOURHOOD Watch (NHW) Casey has turned the page on a new initiative to help spread the safety message. The group’s mascot, ‘KC Neighbourhood Watch Dog’ launched a children’s safety book this month. The book ‘KC Goes to the Park’ is aimed at teaching small children the importance of knowing their name, address and their parents name and phone number. NHW Casey secretary Jennifer Baird said the book came about as part

of the program which sees ‘KC’ visit local kindergartens. Ms Baird said the mascot and a volunteer regularly visit kindergartens to spread the safety message to young children. “We realised that we didn’t have anything to leave the kids when we left,” she said. “So it evolved from there and we decided to make a book about the messages we are trying to spread. “The book covers the necessity for children to learn their full name, address

PLUS

and phone number, as well as how to recognise a policeman.” Ms Baird said the group planned on extending their program and hoped to visit more kindergartens in the New Year. If anyone would like to obtain a copy of the book, which was sponsored by Bank of Melbourne, they can contact Ms Baird on 9799 3326. For more information on KC search KayCee Watchdog on Facebook or email nhwdog@yahoo.com.au <mailto:nhwdog@yahoo.com.au>.


CN

Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 13


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 14 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Simply doing what she loves

Fair draws crowds from afar Macie Elliot took a look at the dolls’ cots, which are always snapped up early in the day, at the Christ Church Tooradin’s Annual Craft Fair last month. Held at the Tooradin Community Centre on Saturday 16 November, the annual event, which has been running for 110 years, attracts a huge crowd from far and wide each year for handcrafted goods.The event is somewhat of a ritual in the town, with members of the church hosting the first fair over three days in 1903 to raise money to pay off the debt of the church that was purchased in 1900. It has been held ever since due to its success and remains the biggest fund-raiser for the church today. 110253 Picture: DONNA OATES

By BRIDGET COOK

NO DEBT..! Want to pay off your unsecured debts at NO INTEREST?

HAVE PEACE OF MIND... We Can Through a Government legislative debt agreement, can remove the “stress” of dealing with your creditors Help! andyou debt collectors plus, remove the “stress” of repaying your

1086521-RC33-13

... it’s what we all want..!

debts individually. We consolidate all your unsecured debts into one easy repayment plan best suited to your income and budget.

For a free, no obligation consultation... Contact CNN DEBTTM today Minimum debt $10,000

Connecting people and communities CN

1300 266 332 (1300 CNN DEBT)

www.cnndebt.com.au

THE graduating class at St Peter’s College Cranbourne honoured one of their teachers for her passion and enthusiasm to education recently. Teacher Tracey Alles was awarded the school’s 2013 Valedictorian Medal as part of the Graduating Class of 2013 Valedictory Dinner in October. Principal Tim Hogan presented Ms Alles with the award and said it acknowledged excellence in teaching. “Tracy has been at our school for the past seven years and has taught psychology, biology, year-seven to nine science and life science,” he said. “She has also, alongside Anthony Beutelschiess, introduced the Certificate III Carbon Management Course, the first of its kind in Australia. “Tracy Alles has great skill, enthusiasm and passion for teaching and it is through these attributes that she develops in students a love of learning and persistence to learn. “She inspires them to be the best they can be and I congratulate her as the recipient of the Valedictorian Medal.” When accepting her award, Ms Alles said she was shocked to have received it. “I look over at those tables and see the most amazing teachers, who I admire and respect and who I think are so much more deserving, so I feel truly humbled to be the recipi-

St Peter’s College teacher Tracey Alles was awarded the school’s 2013 Valedictorian Medal as part of the Graduating Class of 2013 Valedictory Dinner in October. ent of this award,” she said. “It’s a wondrous feeling to be recognised and acknowledged for simply doing what it is you love. I adore my profession. “Granted teaching is challenging and exhausting at the best of times, but I get to spend

my days with the most incredible young people, who make me laugh constantly. “So to my little ones… as I call them… I say thank you for all the lessons you’ve taught me, thank you for your faith in my abilities and thank you for all the beautiful memories you leave behind.”

Big Welcome to Dr Hong’s Return

1111130-RC49-13

Dr Siaw Wei Hong

It is with great enthusiasm that we announce Dr Siaw Wei Hong’s return from maternity leave. She will resume her practice at Woodleigh Waters Medical Clinic from 17/09/2013. We appreciate all of her patients’ flexibility these past few months and extend our utmost congratulations to Dr Hong and her family. She also looks forward to welcoming new patients. Dr Hong speaks fluent English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, Hakka and Malay. She will be available for consults on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons as well as some Saturdays.

Trading hrs: Mon to Fri 9.00 to 7.00pm Sat: 9.00 to 3.00pm Address: 137 Moondarra Dr, Berwick 3806 Ph: (03) 8786 9596

Doctors: Dr John Tseng, Dr Jayanthi Murali Manohar, Dr Siaw Wei Hong, Dr Sharmini Amalan, Dr Htay Htay Aung Services: Emergency Care, After hrs service, Men’s & Women’s Health, Acupuncture (bulk bill), Immunisation, Pathology, Dentist, Dispensary Osteopath, Dr John Tseng and his staff Foot and Leg Pain Clinic, welcome any new and old patients! Dietition, Physio, Masseur, WWMC BULK BILLS Melbourne University approved ALL PATIENTS teaching clinic and AGPAL fully accredited clinic.


CN

Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Upwey - Belgrave RSL

WIN

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 15

1 Mast Gully Rd Upwey Vic 3158

9754 3665

60” LG Full HD Plasma TV for Christmas in this venue Drawn in the venue Monday 23rd December at 2:00pm Open for dinner Wed-Sat & Mon from 6pm Live entertainment each Fri night Lunch available for bookings of 20+ Function bookings welcomed “Running Rabbits”military museum open Thurs & Sun 10am-2pm or by appointment Cut this ad out and take it to Upwey RSL for a FREE entry into the TV promotion Name: .......................................................... Contact Phone: ...........................................

Cranbourne RSL

WIN

1475 Sth Gippsland Hwy Cranbourne Vic 3977 5996 2769

60” LG Full HD Plasma TV for Christmas in this venue Drawn in the venue Monday 23rd December at 2:00pm Open for lunch & dinner 7 days Live entertainment each Fri & Sat nights Seniors meals, daily specials, full menu Function bookings welcomed New members welcome, discounted prices Regular promotions, all big club attractions Cut this ad out and take it to Cranbourne RSL for a FREE entry into the TV promotion Name: .......................................................... Contact Phone: ...........................................

Dandenong RSL

WIN

44-50 Clow St Dandenong Vic 3175 9792 1535

60” LG Full HD Plasma TV for Christmas in this venue Drawn in the venue Monday 23rd December at 2:00pm Open for lunch & dinner 7 days Live entertainment each Sat night Seniors meals, daily specials, full menu Function bookings welcomed New members welcome, discounted prices Regular promotions, all big club attractions Cut this ad out and take it to Dandenong RSL for a FREE entry into the TV promotion Name: .......................................................... Contact Phone: ........................................... 1109980-LN49-13


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 16 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Business profile

Stage is set for grand opening IT’S Christmas and Hampton Park Shopping Centre will be celebrating its stage two opening between 10am and 3pm on Sunday 8 December. There will be a free family day carnival, live musical performance from TJ, a Micheal Jackson impersonator and his dance team, lots of carnival rides catered from two year olds up, free fairy floss, popcorn, face painting, animal farm and roving entertainers. Visitors can have their photograph taken with Santa and receive a free show bag, lots of specials and giveaways. Shoppers should make sure they don’t miss out on this great day from 10am through to 3pm. The centre will also be giving away

a $500 Woolworths voucher to be drawn at 3pm. In the revamped modernised centre is a new Woolworths, BWS Liquor store, latest Australia Post outlet, Sugar Buns Bakery Café, Lucy’s Devine Cakes, Lucy’s coffee shop, Lee Lee Bakery, Donut King, Land of Choice clothing, Cheap & Hot $2 Plus, Chocolate Garden for all sweet and chocolate arrangements, Raj Hair Dresser, TSG tobaconnist and Tattslotto. It is sure to be a fun day so shoppers are encouraged not to miss out on all of the free activities. Hampton Park Shopping Centre is on the corner Hallam South Road and Somerville Road, Hampton Park.

Michael Jackson impersonator TJ will be performing and signing autographs on the day.

Advertisement

Melbourne and surrounding areas switch on 10 December 2013* Dr David Badov, receptionist Gloria and Dr Seong Wong. 93900

Early detection to save your life

Last week to switch! The final countdown to digital-only TV has begun The analog TV switch off is happening on 10 December 2013* – and there’s no turning back. After this date you won’t see anything if you’re not ready for digital-only TV.

What do I have to do? Remember, to keep watching free-to-air TV shows, you’ll need either: • one set-top box or a digital TV recorder for each analog TV you use; or • a new TV with a built-in digital tuner. Most importantly, you do not have to buy a new TV if you do not want to. Most antennas and cabling should work after the digital switchover. However, if you have any concerns about your reception, you may consider asking an endorsed Antenna Installer to check your antenna and cabling. If you have any other questions, or to find your nearest endorsed Antenna Installer, visit our website or call the Digital Ready Information Line.

Don’t put it off any longer. Get ready for digital TV today. *Please note: switch off may occur earlier in some towns. Residents in these towns will be informed about the switchover dates. See the website for more information.

For help or more information on how to get digital ready in your area: 1800 20 10 13

www.australia.gov.au/digitalready

Authorised by the Australian Government, Capital Hill, Canberra

BOWEL cancer is the most common internal cancer, with about 13,000 new cases each year. Each week about 80 Australians die from bowel cancer. It is the second most common cause of cancer death in Australia. Bowel cancer can be treated successfully if detected in its early stages, but currently fewer than 40 per cent of bowel cancers are detected early. Colonoscopy offers the best chance of early detection and cure. Bowel cancer can develop with few, if any, early warning symptoms. Symptoms of bowel cancer can include bleeding from the rectum or any sign of blood after a bowel motion; a recent and persistent change in bowel habit, for example looser bowel motions, severe constipation and/or needing to go to the toilet more than usual; unexplained tiredness (a symptom of anaemia); and abdominal pain. The risk is greater for people who are aged 50 years and over - risk increases with age - who have a significant family history of bowel cancer or polyps, have had an inflammatory bowel disease such as Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis, or have previously had special types of polyps, called adenomas, in the bowel. There is no single cause of colon cancer. Nearly all colon cancers begin as non-cancerous (benign) polyps, which slowly develop into cancer. Bowel polyps are small growths on the lining of the bowel wall. They are common, especially as we age. Polyps are usually non-cancerous. However, some have the potential to develop into bowel cancer in the future. Colonoscopy is currently the best way of detecting and the only means of removing polyps from the bowel. About half of all Australians are likely to develop a bowel polyp during their lifetime, but the majority of these remain undetected. If polyps are left untreated, a significant percentage of polyps will develop into bowel cancer. A National Bowel Cancer Screening Program is also currently in place for screening all Australian citizens aged 50, 55 and 65 without symptoms with FOBT (faecal occult blood test).. Contact Direct Endoscopy, Casey Day Procedure and Specialist Centre, 30-32 Verdun Drive, Narre Warren, on 9781 5959 and www.directendoscopy.com.au


| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 17

ENTERTAINMENT

& APPLIANCE

SUPERSTORE

VIA REDEMPTION*

$449EA

$349EA AFTER CASHBACK

437499 / DC59 ANIMAL 64957-01

$588

*

Nespresso Lattissima Plus • 19 Bar Pump • Thermoblock Heater With 40 Second Heat Up • Programmable Volume Control

W! W!

W!

69748 / EN520R

W!

YOU

CASHBACK

NE

$100

DC59 Animal Stick Vacuum • 3 Times The Suction Power Of Any Cordless Vacuum Cleaner In Use • Balanced Floor To Ceiling Cleaning • Latest Motorised Floor Tool With Carbon Fibre Filaments To Clean Hard Floors & Carpet

NE

SUCKS AS MUCH DUST AS A CORDED VACUUM!

W!

AVAILABLE IN 4 COLOURS!

NE

90152 / HRF224FW

W!

$444

222 Litre 2 Door Fridge • White • 153 Litre Fridge, 69 Litre Freezer • Safety Glass Shelves • Tall Bottle Door Shelves • 1420(H) x 550(W) x 657(D)mm

JB Hi-Fi HOME offers not just a massive range of Home Entertainment products but NOW also offers our famous lowest price deals on a massive range of the Biggest Brands in Household Electrical Appliances such as Washers, Dryers, Fridges, Ovens, Cooktops, Vacuums, Air Conditioners, Coffee Machines & Small Kitchen Appliances. Whitegoods & Appliances can also be ordered online from jbhifi.com.au

NE

$437

397770 / WA65F5S2URW

W!

AL¡ CRAZY DE

NE

HOT¡

W!

6.5KG Top Load Washer • Double Storm Pulsator Action • Foldable Tempered Glass Lid • Ice Blue LED Display • WELS 4 Star Rating /66 Litres Per Wash

EVERYTHING YOU LOVE ABOUT JB AND MORE!

NE

2 YEAR WARRANTY!

BALL TECHNOLOGY - TURNS ON THE SPOT!

$50

ICE-CREAM BOWL!

VIA REDEMPTION*

NEW STORE

NEW STORE

Cranbourne

BONUS

CASHBACK

NE

NE

CN

Homemaker Centre Cnr South Gippsland Hwy & Thompsons Rd

PH: 5996 9555

Essendon Essendon DFO 100 Bulla Rd

PH: 9374 1911

NEW STORE The Scraper Mixer Pro • 1000 Watt Motor • Flexible Edge Scraper Beater Scrapes Sides Of Bowl • Variable Speed Control 51436 / BEM800

YOU PAY

$749

$428

$378 AFTER CASHBACK

*

DC54 Multi Floor Barrel Vacuum • Cleans All Floor Types • Musclehead Floor Tool Self Adjusts Across All Floor Types 437496 / DC54 MULTI FLOOR

Frankston Maribyrnong 32 McMahons Road

159 – 163 Rosamond Rd

PH: 9783 5820

PH: 9318 3666

Whitegoods & Appliances only available at the above stores.

jbhifi.com.au *Via Supplier Redemption. Conditions Apply. See Instore For Details

JBHO-093_VIC


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 18 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

CHRISTMAS in CRANBOURNE Sounds of the seasons to fill the festive air THERE’s nothing like the sounds of Christmas carols to get revellers into the festive spirit. And with plenty of carols events on offer around Cranbourne this month, people can do just that. A number of organisations are holding Christmas carol events to give people the opportunity to celebrate Christmas with the community. The Australian Welsh Male Choir, Casey Choir, Cranbourne Chorale and Mornington Peninsula Chorale will combine to present a concert on Friday 6 December from 8pm at the River Gum Performing Arts Centre. Each choir will present a 15 minute item and then all singers will combine to perform four huge numbers with more than 150 voices and a brass ensemble. Tickets cost $20 on presale, or $25 at the door and can be purchased at www. trybooking.com/DTGK. For more information call Jennie on 5998 7485 or 0417 567 125. The Cranbourne Com-

Pianist Adrian Allen, Margaret Moder, Anne Credlin, Irene Jarvis, Trish Williams, Simon Loveless and Maurie Richardson will be performing at the River Gum Performing Arts Centre carols event. munity Carols, hosted by the Cranbourne Presbyterian Church and St John’s Anglican Church, will be held on Sunday 15 December from 7pm at Pressy Park, corner of Russell Street and Childers Street. Community acts will per-

form from 7 to 8pm, and then Christmas carols will kick off at 8pm. For more information call 5996 3251. TurningPoint Church is holding its 10th annual Christmas Carnival and Christmas Carols event on 22

December from 4pm to 9pm at Lawson Poole Reserve, Cranbourne. The free event will include an animal farm, plenty of rides for children, food and drinks, Christmas carols starting at 8pm and finishing with a fireworks display at

Aquariums & Reptiles

Advertising Feature

Mayor’s Christmas message of community Every year, as the festive season begins, I’m reminded of just how special this time is in our community. While people across the word recognise Christmas, in Casey it is particularly inspiring to see the spirit of this special season embraced whole heartedly among our unique, diverse community. It is enriching to see the intrinsic values of peace and goodwill promoted in families, religious groups, friends, businesses and organisations, schools and community groups. There are not many communities in which such a variety of significant multicultural events are recognised, accepted and shared in by all neighbours openly, and without fear of persecution. I believe it is truly extraordinary that here in Casey, we have the freedom to celebrate with one another, regardless of our background. These occasions are important as they represent our own individual cultures and create a strong community identity. Christmas is such a wonderful time to share with family and friends. It is about giving of yourself and in a world where time is precious, this can mean so much. This Christmas I encourage everyone to reach out to someone who may be less fortunate, or more vulnerable in the community.

City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett has sent a Christmas message to Casey residents. I also urge you all to be safe, and ensure the season remains full of joy for all families. Above all, I hope everyone can get in the spirit of this great celebration by enjoying the great community festivities taking place across the municipality. On behalf of my fellow councillors, I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Geoff Ablett, City of Casey Mayor.

AT CRANBOURNE

NOW IN STOCK! LARGE RANGE OF MARINE FISH, OD O F D N A S IE R O S S E ACC R.O & SALT WATER AVAILABLE Huge range of Aquarium Tropical, Marine & Cold Water Fish Tanks & Cabinets – Full set ups & custom made. Live & Frozen Foods Plants. Full Range of Conditioners. Free Water Testing Reptiles – Water Dragons, Bearded Dragons, Carpet Pythons, Black-headed Pythons and lots more. Extensive range of reptile cages, live & frozen food and accessories.

Open 8am – 6pm every day except Christmas Day

1107746-DJ49-13

For all the right advice & all your aquarium & reptile needs. 14 Cooper Crt, Cranbourne VIC

Te l 5 9 9 5 5 0 6 6 www.aquariumsatcranbourne.com.au


CN

Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 19


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 20 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Christmas at Cranbourne Park!

Connecting people and communities CN

CHRISTMAS in CRANBOURNE

Trading Hours Mon 9th - Wed 11th December

9.00am to 5.30pm

Thur 12th - Friday 13th December

9.00am to 9.00pm

Sat 14th December

9.00am to 5.00pm

Sun 15th December

10.00am to 5.00pm

Mon 16th - Wed 18th December

9.00am to 5.30pm

Thur 19th December

9.00am to 9.00pm

Fri 20th December

9.00am to 10.00pm

Sat 21st - Sun 22nd December

9.00am to 6.00pm

Mon 23rd December

9.00am to 10.00pm

Tue 24th December

9.00am to 5.30pm

Wed 25th December - Christmas Day Thur 26th December - Boxing Day

Centre Closed 10.00am to 5.00pm

Fri 27th December

9.00am to 9.00pm

Sat 28th December

9.00am to 5.00pm

Sun 29th December

10.00am to 5.00pm

Mon 30th - Tue 31st December

9.00am to 5.30pm

Wed 1st January 2014 (Majors Trading) Thur 2nd January 2014

CHILDREN have the chance to meet and greet Santa in Cranbourne in the lead-up to Christmas before he makes this trip down their chimney very soon. Santa has a new residence at Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre until Christmas Eve, where families can have their photo taken with Father Christmas. He will be there Monday to Sunday from 10am to 1pm and then 1.30pm to 4pm. He will also be available for photos on Friday nights from 4.30 to 7.30pm. All those who have their photo taken with Santa receive a free garden set. 110332 Picture: DONNA OATES

Centre Closed

Resume Normal Trading

Get your Christmas gits wrapped for a donation and support MS Australia and The Salvation Army Monday to Wednesday 10am - 5pm Thursday and Friday 10am - 7pm Saturday and Sunday 10am - 7pm Located near Harris Scarfe.

The Salvation Army Monday 9th to Tuesday 24th December Monday to Wednesday 10am - 5pm Thursday and Friday 10am - 7pm Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm Located near the Food Court.

Cranbourne Park High Street, Cranbourne Ph: 5996 3166 cranbournepark.com.au

$BTFZ$PMMFHFPG

#FBVUZ5IFSBQZ Locations: Considered a career in

Locations: Brand New GippslandNow taking beauty therapy? Facility Openingenrolments in Trafalgar for 2014

Cranbourne Cranbourne Building 1 Building 1 182A Sladen St t 4LJMMT7JDUPSJB(PWFSONFOU'VOEJOH "4MBEFO4U Building 2 t #FBVUZ5IFSBQZ $SBOCPVSOF Shop 2, 1South Mc Corey St, Trafalgar. Suite 6, 1441 â&#x20AC;˘ Skills Victoria Government Funding 1I t /BJM5FDIOPMPHZ Gippsland Hwy â&#x20AC;˘ Beauty Therapy â&#x20AC;˘ NailBuilding Technology 2 t .BLFVQ"SUJTUSZ Pakenham â&#x2014;? Skills Victoria Government Funding 4VJUF 4PVUI â&#x20AC;˘ Make-up Artistry t .BTTBHFBOE4QB5IFSBQZ Building 1 (JQQTMBOE)XZ â&#x2014;? Beauty Nail Technology and Spa Therapy 144 Main St Therapy â&#x2014;?â&#x20AC;˘ Massage t 4IPSU$PVSTFT $SBOCPVSOF Building 2 Artistryâ&#x20AC;˘ Short Courses â&#x20AC;˘ Payment Plans 1I â&#x2014;? Make-up t 1BZNFOU1MBOT 4/25 John St Pakenham Day and Evening Classes t %BZBOE&WFOJOHDMBTTFT â&#x2014;? Massage and Spaâ&#x20AC;˘ Therapy .BJO4U Gippsland â&#x20AC;˘ Kits Included tMcCrorey 5ISFFUSBJOJOHGBDJMJUJFT 1BLFOIBN â&#x2014;? Payment Plans Short Courses 2â&#x2014;? St, â&#x20AC;˘ Centerlink Approved 1I Trafalgar t 8IPMFTBMFCFBVUZTVQQMJFTUPQVCMJD

Go online onlineatat- -XXXDBTFZDPMMFHFPGCFBVUZUIFSBQZDPN Go www.caseycollegeofbeautytherapy.com Email usGPSDPVSTFEFUBJMTDDCU!MJWFDPNBV ENROL NOW! Call711 5995 9837. ENROL NOW! CALL 1300 072 (free call)

1108075-EP48-13 2059ccbt

MS Australia Thursday 12th to Tuesday 24th December


CN

| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 21

MEGA MARKET SALE O p e n S u n d a y s N o w | O p e n We d n e s d a y t o S u n d a y Quality Meats

Best Prices

Cherries

Fresh Vegetables

4

$ 99

¢

500 grams

99 kg

Washed Potatoes 10 for

6

$

gluten free

Prices slashed! Black Angus Hamburgers

Corned Silverside

Products Here

4

$ 99 kg

1110622-DJ49-13

Large Range of Gluten-Free Products Butchers Under New Management

CRANBOURNE FRESH FOOD CENTRE CRANBOURNE FRESH FOOD CENTRE 22-28 HIGH STREET, CRANBOURNE Large parking space at rear

5995 0822 5995 0833

Opening Hours: Wed-Fri 8am-6pm Sat 8am-4pm Sun 9am-4pm


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 22 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

TOORADIN NEWS WISHING OUR CUSTOMERS A SAFE & HAPPY CHRISTMAS

NEW STORE LOCATION

OPEN 7 DAYS

1109478-HM49-13

•฀VILLAGE฀MOVIE฀TICKETS฀&฀GIFTS฀FOR฀CHRISTMAS •฀ExTEnSIVE฀RAnGE฀OF฀STATIOnARy •฀SpECIAL฀ORdERS฀WELCOME฀•฀COMpuTER฀ACCESSORIES •฀฀WESTERn฀unIOn฀AGEnCy฀•฀dRy฀CLEAnInG •฀pApERS,฀MAGAzInES฀&฀CARdS฀•฀BOOKS฀&฀MApS dIAnnE฀&฀Lyn 92 South Gippsland Hwy, Tooradin •฀MOBILE฀pHOnES฀&฀RECHARGE •฀InTRALOT฀AGEnT฀•฀pREMIuM฀COFFEE Ph : 5998 3343 tooradinnews@netspace.net.au •฀FISHInG฀LICEnCES฀•฀BAIT฀&฀TACKLE

Connecting people and communities CN

Ease your pet’s fireworks fears

BAILING the family pet pooch out of the pound could be an unexpected Christmas expense if owners in Tooradin aren’t ready for the annual fireworks display. With Christmas on the Foreshore once again boasting a powerful display of pyrotechnics, there’s sure to be plenty of loud noises on the evening of 13 December. While most humans enjoy the bangs and whistles of fireworks, our canine companions can be scared out of their minds and out of their backyards by the unexpected explosions. The RSPCA recommends pet owners take the following precautionary steps to ensure their Christmas isn’t ruined by a missing dog: Ensure pets’ microchip details and council registration details are up-to-date and that it is wearing a collar/ID tag with its owner’s current phone number. Keep pets in a secure indoor area during fireworks and thunderstorms - a laundry or garage is good if for outdoor pets. Create a hideout for the pet in a quiet room with as few windows as possible.

·

Dog owners should be careful during fireworks evenings.

any windows in this · If fireworks are expected take · Cover room to further block out the dog for a walk in the early

·

·

·

·

noise and to block out flashes of lightning or fireworks. Create a bed from blankets for burrowing and put an unwashed tracksuit or a similar item in the room so that the pet has the family scent to reassur it. A few days or more before the fireworks, start taking the pet into the room/crate and giving it treats on the blankets so that it gets comfortable.

· ·

afternoon to tire it out. Have food available in the room as extended chewing will help calm dogs and stimulation will distract them. Put on moderately loud music or a TV to muffle loud outside noises and to distract the pet. A small battery operated radio maybe a safe way to incorporate noise for distraction into this room.

Visit us online .... HOME

LINKS

TOORADIN

ABOUT US

CONTACT

03 5998 3216

Serving the agricultural industry for more than 60 years! HOME

TRACTORS T TR R RAC AC A ACTO C CTO CT TORS TO

GROUND GR G ROUN OUND CARE CA C CAR ARE

FARM F RM MACHINERY FA MACH HINERY HINE

HAY AY & SILAGE SIL ILAGE ILAG ILA LAGE LAG L LA AGE AG A GE EQUIPMENT EQU EQ UIIPM MEN ME MENT EN ENT E NT

VINEYARD VIN INE NEYARD RD

LINKS

ABOUT US

PRECISION PRECISION EC FARMING F RMING FA G

CONTACT

SERVICE SER RVICE V

Melbourne’s Serving S Se errv vin ing the tth he agricultural ag a gri ric cu ulttu ult urra all industry in nd du us str try for try ffo or more more than than 60 years! years s!

BIGGEST New Holland Dealer

U USED SED MACHINERY SED SE MACHINE MACHINER ACHINE ERY RY

WHAT’S NEW! WHAT AT T’S NEW W!

WINNING WINNING POST T FENCING

ABOUT US

TODAY’S TODAY’ A S WEATHER

... for all your tractor & machinery needs!

(MELWAYS REF 144 C4)

1109582-LN49-13

RUTTER RESERVE TOORADIN

1017261-JJ51-11

www.gendore.com.au

"7 ,-ÊUÊ-*,9 ,-Ê /, /",-ÊUÊ*  /-

TOORADIN 03 5998 3216


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www.

.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 1

south eastern

CHRISTMAS PRESENT PAGE 2 PHONE: 5945 0666

CRANBOURNE AND HAMPTON PARK EDITION

CALL 1300 BUY LAND VISIT parkcentralestate.com.au

Sat - Wed, 12pm - 5pm 155 Rix Rd, Officer (MEL. REF: 214, D5)

1109016-KC49-13

5 DECEMBER 2013


Page 2 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

.com.au

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

CHRISTMAS PRESENT

CRANBOURNE WEST

FROM PAGE 1. SET amid an amenity-filled location sits this fine example of spacious family living. With a functional, open floor plan, this quality-built Devine home has all of the creature comforts one would require. There are three large bedrooms, the centrally located master providing a full ensuite and walk-in robe. Bedrooms two and three, both with mirrored sliding robes, are in close proximity to the family bathroom with separate bath/ shower facilities. The hostess kitchen is surely one of the main focal points and is complete with sufficient cupboard/bench space and quality stainless steel appliances including a fourburner hotplate, rangehood, wall oven plus a dishwasher. All this and a whole lot more, with a separate dining area adjacent. If you like to entertain, there are two separate living zones, one with direct external sliding door access leading to the under-roofline alfresco. Adjoining this is the oversized concreted pergola, the ideal place for summer time entertaining with family and friends. Added internal extras include multiple feature walls, ducted heating plus evaporative cooling. Not to mention the downlights throughout and the security alarm system. Step outside and be greeted by a modern

facade and a picturesque, low-maintenance front yard with established landscaping. The widened driveway caters for those requiring extra parking space while there is secure internal access and bonus rear roller door access from the remote two-panel double lock-up garage. Nestled on a carefree block of approximate 479 square metres, there is still sufficient grassed space out the back, also complete with extensive paving, a garden

shed and three brand-new electric roller shutters - perfect for night shift workers and the security conscious. Within a location second to none the property is directly opposite open parkland and is literally moments to public transport, childcare facilities, public/private schooling, medical centres and local shops. This terrific package is bound to walk out the door so call before itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s selling, selling, sold.

3

2

2

Inspect: By appointment Price: On application Contact: Paul Ringeri, 0412 364 893 RAY WHITE, CRANBOURNE, 5995 2003

Cranbourne 13 Bourke Road Private Sale Price Offers Over $285,000 Inspect Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Brodie Morris 0466 911 797

Perfect Opportunity This neat home is situated close to all amenities, shopping centre, schools, football oval and public transport. The house has recently been painted throughout and offers 3 good sized bedrooms, renovated bathroom and a kitchen that has had a facelift. Featuring ducted heating and evaporative cooling, down lights, double car garagework shop with 3 phase power and established gardens on 574m2 block.Potential rent income $320 per week.

Cranbourne East 15 Greenock Crescent Private Sale Price Offers Over $365,000 Inspect By Appointment or as Advertised Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Ben Doughton 0431 163 189

Hunt Club Court Location A rare opportunity to live in a quiet court location at the Hunt Club. You will be close to main shopping centres, schools, parks, Casey Fields and Casey RACE with more to come. This home would ideally suit a family or a young couple. The Property itself is colorful and consists of - Three Bedroom plus Study - Master bedroom with full ensuite - Large lounge area Separate Formal dining area - Open plan kitchen and meals area - Separate second living area - Large double remote garage - Gas ducted heating - Great sized backyard - Security Alarm - Quiet court location.

117 High Street, Cranbourne

5996 5993


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www.

.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 3

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

Cranbourne North 29 Sussex Avenue Auction Price Inspect Office Agent

4

2

2

7th December at 11:30am Offers Over $460,000 Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Ben Doughton 0431 163 189 Katie Maloney 0437 284 449

Family Entertainer Located in sought-after Cranbourne North is this home perfect for the growing family. Four living zones offer stylish entertaining & practical options for a large family. Superbly equipped kitchen with 900mm oven overlooks open plan meals area, family area and rumpus. Master bedroom with Ensuite and large WIR. Three further generous bedrooms, complete with their own kids living area, and a study. Added bonuses are the Central heating and refrigerated A/C. 2 car garage with internal access. Close to schools, Casey Central, M1 freeway & Eastlink.

Cranbourne East 24 Emmer Green Retreat

Cranbourne East 4 Fetlock Lane Auction Inspect Office Agent

4

2

2

6

3

3

21st December at 2:30pm Saturday 2:00 - 2:30pm 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Katie Maloney 0437 284 449

6 Bedroom Home This home has endless potential, being a 6 bedroom, 3 bathroom family home or a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with a separate granny flat/ teenage retreat with 2 bedrooms, bathroom & kitchenette. This home offers 3 large living areas, a 4th living/study, huge master bedroom with his & her walk through robes, en-suite with double shower, central kitchen featuring, island bench/breakfast bar with s/s appliances, 900mm gas stove, dishwasher & walk in pantry, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, large undercover entertainment area, with power, c/fans and a built in bar, 2 garden sheds, 6000lt water tank & a 3 car carport.

Botanic Ridge 4 Tingara Drive

4

2

2

Private Sale Price Offers Over $450,000 Inspect Saturday 3:00 - 3:30pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Katie Maloney 0466 911 797

Private Sale Price Offers Over $540,000 Inspect Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Ben Doughton 0431 163 189

Quality & Space Looking for a large elegant family home with 3 large open plan living areas & rear access to the ample size yard, then this is the property for you. Features include 4 double bedrooms, full en-suite including double shower & walk in robe, central family kitchen, large island bench/breakfast bar, s/s appliances including gas cooking & dishwasher, open plan dining room adjoining the kitchen, formal lounge, rumpus/theatre room, split system heating/cooling, beautiful floor boards, ducted heating throughout & high 9 foot ceilings and a double garage with rear access.

Family Entertainer on 904m2 This stunning family home in the highly sought after Botanic Ridge Estate boasts the highest of quality at every turn! Step out onto your back doorstep and the space that 904m2 provides! FeaturinG 4 spacious bedrooms, study, full ENS & walk through wardrobes, large entertainers kitchen with breakfast bar, ceaserstone benches, butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry, open plan family/meals, separate lounge or theatre room, a kids play area, undercover decked alfresco entertaining area, a fully decked in ground pool, double remote garage & gas ducted heating.

117 High Street, Cranbourne

5996 5993


Page 4 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

.com.au

HAMPTON PARK

WHAT A LOCATION - QUIET COURT SET in a quite court location,

this three-bedroom home with semi ensuite would ideally suit first-home buyers or the astute investor looking to enhance or start their property portfolio.

THIS well-presented property consists of a spacious tiled lounge plus kitchen meals area. Additional features include gas heating, ceiling fans, downlighting, a well-equipped kitchen, laundry plus garden shed. Also there is off-street parking for at least four vehicles, all on a good size block of land. The property is also ideally situated with Hampton Park Primary school, local shop and bus service only minutes’ walk from the property and freeway access, train

station and Westfield Shopping centre only a short drive away. This property is very clean and tidy and has had the benefit of fresh paint and carpets to enhance it’s appeal.

3

2

5 Belvedere Court Inspect: By appointment Auction: Saturday, 14 December, 12 noon on site Contact: Garry Macartney or Sachin Arora, FIRST NATIONAL RELIANCE, 9702 7855

Residential, Rural and Lifestyle Sales Residential Leasing and Management Commercial & Industrial Sales, Leasing & Management

OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS

Commercial & Industrial Enquiries

Lifestyle & Rural Enquiries

Rick Lauretta 0418 800 913

CRANBOURNE EAST

E.O.I

TOORADIN

$415,000

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST CONVENIENCE STORE SITE • Great opportunity to build the only convenience store to service the Hunt Club Estate, Cranbourne East • Land Size 1,281m² (approx) • Option to buy adjoining Sites • Corner Broad Oak Drv & Corrigans Rd

FACTORY / WAREHOUSE (213181) • 380 sqm Factory/ Warehouse • Industrial 1 Zone • High Internal clearance • High clearance Roller Door • On site parking

CRANBOURNE

Jason Brown 0423 768 424

BAYLES

$769,000

DUAL LIVING ON 20 ACRES (213229) - 60sq URL/30sq Plus Living home. 6 double bedroom home, all with robes. Ensuite, 2 kitchens, 2 separate living areas & 2 dining areas. Huge pergola. 2.2 mega litre licence, irrigation, 100,000L of water tanks. Shed with (hot water & 3 Phase), 3 bay machinery shed 3 Phase & cool room (Neg).

CLYDE

$730,000

20 ACRE FRESH START (213219) 20 acre allotment with a fully selfcontained shed, 4 large paddocks just under 5 acres each and well fenced, shed with 2 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, bathroom & split system, 2 car accommodation & separate workshop, over 60,000L of tank water & 3 dams, holding yard, crush & stock ramp.

TOORADIN

$780,000

FOR SALE

‘EVANS PARK” - CRANBOURNE’S NEWEST BUSINESS VILLAGE • Lots from 1,065m² - 1,653m² • 10 Minutes from the Monash & Eastlink • Priced from $235 per m² • Adjoining ; Woolworths, 7-Eleven, Medical • Zoned Business 1, Business 3, & Mixed Use Centre, Chemist, Gym, fast food outlets & • Close to Train Station & Schools cafe’s, plus more! • Part of a Growing Community - SELLING FAST, ONLY 10 BLOCKS LEFT!-

148 High Street, Cranbourne

GREAT ONE FOR THE HORSES!!! (213315)12 acre allotment setup for horses, 10 years young 3 bedroom brick veneer home, Master with full ensuite & WIR, Bedrooms 2 & 3 with BIR’s, adjacent to main bathroom, 3 zone living compromising of family room, front lounge & rumpus/theatre, 9mX6m barn/work shop, 2 car garage & pergola area, Tank & bore water, with bore water to all paddocks, Fenced to 7 paddocks & 2 day yards with hot wire and close to the local Pony Club!.

www.finning.com.au

5996 1200


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www.

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 5

.com.au

Residential, Rural and Lifestyle Sales Residential Leasing and Management Commercial & Industrial Sales, Leasing & Management

OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS LYNBROOK

BUYERS OVER $500,000

NEW LISTING

5 BEDROOMS ON ¼ ACRE (1000m²) (213335) 5 BRs (or 4 + study) with ensuite & WIR to master. Formal lounge room, high ceilings, open plan living areas of the family & meals area. The cinema room with projector & screen which is included in the sale. Solar heated pool, spa & decking. 3 garages that can accommodate 5 cars, additional off-street parking to suit boat/ caravan.,1000m²(approx.) block.

PEARCEDALE

$559,950 CRANBOURNE

$319,950 LYNDHURST

$549,950

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

1/4 ACRE BLOCK, BIG CHARACTER HOME

FULL ENSUITE, GARAGE & FAMILY SIZED BLOCK

STUNNING CHARACTER HOME

(213331) 1/4 of an acre. 5 generous bedrooms, (or 4 + study), ensuite & WIR to master. Formal lounge with imitation gas log fire, high ceilings (9ft throughout), large rumpus/cinema room complete with cinema screen, projector, and surround sound system. Outside entertainment area complete with spa. Double carport to front, and 4 car garage at rear.

(213348) Just over 650m² block with a lovely 3 bedroom home with full ensuite to master bedroom, large lounge with coonara heater & French doors, leading to a patio area, well-appointed kitchen with ceramic tiled floors with dishwasher. Gas heating & air conditioner. 2 other BRs with BIRs, zoned away from master bedroom, 2 car carport & double garage.

(213328) 764m² (approx.) block. Merbau verandahs, 3 metre ceilings, ornate cornices, polished floorboards, heritage switches and power points, claw foot bath & timber vanities. Designer kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops/island bench & adjoins a wet butler’s pantry. 3 BRs + Bedroom sized study, with ensuite & WIR to master bedroom. Double garage.

PEARCEDALE

$519,950 BOTANIC RIDGE

$479,950 CRANBOURNE EAST

$370,000 PLUS

ULTIMATE IN FAMILY LIVING

MAINTOP AT SETTLERS RUN

PERFECT FAMILY LIVING - HUNT CLUB

(213324) Situated on a 1305m² block, this great sized family home comprising of 5 good sized bedrooms plus study, family room, rumpus room (all with WWC). Large kitchen with gas & electric cooking opening to meals area with Coonara, extending further onto a large entertaining pergola. Home also features ducted heating & 2 car accommodation.

(213292) 4 BR plus study home, WIR and full ensuite to master, kitchen with island bench 900mm gas cook top plus two separate ovens, comfortable family meals, outdoor alfresco area, separate lounge/theatre room rounds of the livings areas. Corner block (541 m² approx) allowing possible side/rear access to the landscaped yard, with a double car garage.

(213278)3 bedrooms with ensuite and WIR to master, comfortable meals/ family room and a separate formal lounge room. Up-to-date colour schemes with ducted heating and air con plus double glazed windows to all bedrooms. A great outdoor pergola/ patio entertaining zone opens out on to a nicely landscaped backyard for kids to play and lock up double garage.

CRANBOURNE

$349,000 CRANBOURNE

$289,950 CRANBOURNE

$497,500

UNDER CONSTRUCTION - SAVE $$$$

CHEAP AS CHIPS - GREAT FIRST HOME

OVER ½ ACRE & WALK TO ALL FACILITIES

(213114) Looks just like a California bungalow style, with color bond roof and so handy you can walk to all facilities & train station etc. Fantastic large and open plan design, 3 bedrooms, master with full ensuite and walk in robe, double build in robe to the other bedrooms. 386m² (approx) private block with double garage - you cannot go wrong - save on stamp duty.

(213320) Homes at this price are fast fading into history so don’t waste a second to inspect this. It’s got 3 large bedrooms, large lounge plus huge kitchen/dining area plus lots more. Set on a good size block (587m²) with plenty of access to rear. Situated within easy walking distance to shops, schools, public transport and Medical Centre.

(213327) 4 BRs plus study. Slate flooring, timber kitchen, gas cooking & dishwasher, split system. Allows for dependent relatives or teenagers to have their own self-contained part of the home. High clearance carport plus garage & workshop/gym area & another double carport. Circular driveway & room for giant shed/workshop, pool or even a tennis court!

CRANBOURNE WEST

$359,950 CRANBOURNE

$309,950 CRANBOURNE

$239,950

MOVE IN WITH NOTHING TO DO!

WALK TO SCHOOL, SHOPS & TRAIN STATION

CLEAN TIDY - 2 BEDROOM UNIT

(213325) 3 bedroom plus study home, WWC to all bedrooms. Master with WIR and ensuite all remaining bedrooms have double BIR. Two living areas leading out to neat and tidy gardens and pergola area. Freshly painted throughout & new blinds. Ducted heating, evap. cooling and double garage, 500m² plus block with vehicle access to rear of property!

(213310) Approx. 700m² block, with a proper wet room bathroom, generous sized lounge, floating timber floors, 3 bedrooms all with robes, gas heating and hot water, well-appointed kitchen with wall oven and gas cook top. Plus split system cooling and heating. Pergola area, 1 1/2 sized lock up garage behind lock fast gates with access to the block for a trailer.

(213115) Top unit in a top location, close to medical services, shops and train transport. It offers two bedrooms both with wardrobes, separate formal lounge, meals/kitchen area, all freshly painted, clean and tidy inside and out. Complete with single car garage and rear court yard. It is a great way to start your property ownership to live in or rent out.

www.finning.com.au


Page 6 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

.com.au

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

LJ Hooker Hampton Park Wishes you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy Holiday!

Winner 2013

Proudly donating money to Hampton Park schools

Top Sales office Vic/Tas

Sell your home with us this summer and receive a $500 Westfield Gift Voucher* Call us now on 9702 8388 for a free market appraisal *Conditions Apply

4A

1B

3A

2B

Dandenong North 7 Crawford Avenue

Dandenong South 99 Hammond Road

Full of Potential!

Full of Sub-Division Potential!

A great opportunity for investors, first home buyers or developers with the potential of multiple units site (STCA) or the option to keep the existing four bedroom house and to build another one at the back. Previously approved plans (currently expired) are available to the purchaser. Currently tenanted with great return.

Ideal for investors and developers with potential of developing 3 units (STCA) or suit large home preliminary drawings prepared for 2 town houses and a single storey unit. Excellent level site of 752m2 approx. Existing home is currently rented with a high income, the tenant are happy to stay longer.

For Sale $339,000+ View Saturday 3:00 - 3:20pm Contact Rohullah 0423 649 553 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

For Sale Offers Invited Contact Rohullah 0423 649 553 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

4A

2B

2C

4A

2B

2C

Lyndhurst 24 Locky Grove

Cranbourne 20 Merrijig Avenue

Quality and Style From Start to Finish

Presentation Perfect with the Lot!

Four bedroom Simmonds home on a large 578m2 block, comprising of - formal lounge, hostess kitchen, stainless steel appliances, dishwasher, rumpus room, double remote garage with internal access, and a bonus second alfresco area. Featured internally alarm system, two spilt systems, ceiling fans, ducted heating and much more.

Immaculate four bedroom with - spacious formal lounge room, kitchen with dishwasher, breakfast bar and plenty of cupboard space! Overlooking the separate family and meals area! Gas wall heater, split system cooling, alarm system, a double remote garage with rear roller access, solar panels, outdoor pergola, private backyard with garden shed and landscaped gardens.

For Sale $470,000+ View Saturday 2:30 - 2:50pm Contact Zed 0432 797 384 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

For Sale $360,000+ View Saturday 30th November 1:40 - 2:00pm Contact Aren 0403 613 988 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

ljhooker.com.au All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided and interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

Residential | Commercial | Rural | Finance


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www. 4A

4A

2B

2C

Cranbourne East

Young and modern

Approx. 27 squares

This young and modern home has all the luxuries you will want. The home consists of 4 large bedroom, a formal lounge, hostess kitchen with island bench, family meals area, alfresco, remote double garage and lots more. The home is close to all amenities and will impress all buyers.

An large family home of approx. 27 squares at a fantastic price. The home offers 4 bedroom, an ensuite to the master, a formal lounge, large kitchen with separate family and meals area, an alfresco, remote double garage ducted heating and lots more, inspect now to make you families dreams come true.

For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 4.00pm & Monday 12:00 - 2:00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

For Sale $395,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 3.00 - 4.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

2B

2C

4A

2B

2C

Clyde North

Clyde North

Buy now and receive $10,000

$10,000 grant on this home wow!

Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right, the government is giving great savings to buy a new home so donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait and capitalize on this deal. This lovely home offers 4 bedrooms, the master with ensuite, a formal lounge which leads to the hostess kitchen and family meals area. The home has ducted heating, a remote double garage & landscaped gardens.

Buy this brand new home with all the extras included, what an awesome package. The home consists 4 bedrooms, a formal lounge and family meals area, double garage, landscaped gardens and lots more, close to all amenities as well.

For Sale $370,000 Plus View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 3.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

For Sale $380,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 3.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

3A

2B

2C

4A

2B

2C

Cranbourne East

Clyde North

What a deal

Family 4 bedder

This 3 bedroom home is priced to sell and offers all the luxuries you could imagine, the home consists of 2 living areas, a hostess kitchen, double garage with internal access, ducted heated, ensuite, alfresco and walking distance to schools, shops and parks. Photo for illustration purposes only.

This bright 4-Bedroom home that has 3 distinct living areas, that is made up of a large lounge room, family room and alfresco, which provides living galore for families or an outstanding home for the astute investor. The endless features included are double remote garage, internal access and ducted heating.

For Sale $330,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 2.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

For Sale $370,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 3.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

3A

photos for illustration purposes only

2C

Clyde North

4A

photos for illustration purposes only

2B

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 7

.com.au

2B

1C

3A

2B

1C

Clyde North

Cranbourne East

No body corporate

3 bedrooms

A great place to start a family is with this 3 bedroom family home, located minutes to all amenities, such as schools, shops and public transport. The home has a hostess kitchen, family meals area, ducted heating, remote garage, landscaped gardens and lots more, inspect now. Photo for illustration purposes only.

This open and bright 3-Bedroom home has a family room and a single garage. The meals area is adjacent to the kitchen that is well equipped with lots of cupboard space. Photo for illustration purposes only.

photos for illustration purposes only

For Sale $290,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 2.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

For Sale $290,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 12.00 - 1.00pm & Monday 12.00 - 2.00pm Contact Tim 0411 989 344 LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

ljhooker.com.au All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided and interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

1109761-KC49-13

Residential | Commercial | Rural | Finance


Page 8 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

.com.au

IT’S A REAL STEAL RENOVATED and well-maintained, this spacious three-bedroom split-level home will be a steal. Within a short walk of the foreshore and close to a park. This two-storey home has been altered to accommodate the extended family or parents’ retreat with separate living downstairs and up. There is a lovely new Black Butt 2.4 metre deck. Upstairs you will find two other bedrooms, a living area with reverse cycle air-conditioning, a super large bathroom, separate toilet, and updated kitchen including new stove. The property is pet friendly with fences and a chicken run. This home is a real gem; it also offers well sheltered under-house parking for two vehicles. Minutes’ walk to kids’ playground and public transport. One and a half hours from

PIONEER BAY

Melbourne’s suburbs, and 25 minutes to the many pleasures offered by Phillip Island. An exciting opportunity for an astute buyer.

39 Daisy Avenue Inspect: Saturdays, 2.30pm-3pm or by appointment Price: Suit $240,000 plus buyers Auction: Saturday, 7 December, 2pm Contact: Lynn Pendergast, 0458 780 023 ALEX SCOTT AND STAFF, GRANTVILLE, 5678 8700

PROPERTY OF THE WEEK

Reliance HAMPTON PARK 5 Belvedere Crt

3

1

4

AU

CT

IO

N

Cranbourne 6 Luxor Court

3

2

2

WHAT A LOCATION

"Work From Home" - Entertainers Delight Beautifully presented with many notable classy appointments throughout, including a separate theatre room complete with giant screen and projector for cinema buffs, plus an enormous undercover outdoor entertainment area which will easily cater for the biggest of gatherings. Tasteful décor and fittings are highlighted from beginning to end with further inclusions of note being walk in robe and ensuite, lovely modern chef quarters, generous family/meals area plus outside a double remote garage with rear yard access allows for secure lock away parking and multiple storage options.

Only minutes walk to Hampton Park Primary school, local shop, public transport and freeway access is this great 3 bedroom home. Set in a quite court location, the home consists of a spacious lounge plus kitchen meals area. Additional features include master bedroom with semi-ensuite and BIR’S, gas heating, ceiling fans, down lighting and off street parking currently allows for 4 vehicles plus. This property would ideally suit first home buyers or the astute investor.

For Sale Price Guide $385,000-$400,000 View By Appointment/ Contact Sid Sethi 0402 627 723

Public Auction – Saturday 14th December at 12pm on site

LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 1108698-PB48-13

119 High Street

ljhooker.com.au All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided and interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

Residential l Commercial l Rural l Finance

9702 7855 w w w.fnreliance.com.au Shop 7A, 15 Enterprise Ave Hampton Park

Shop 8, Lynbrook Village SC Lynbrook

HOMES FROM $150,000* *Subject to availability

A lifestyle village for the over 50s `

Friendly atmosphere

`

Secure long term tenure

`

Affordable homes

`

A carefree lifestyle

249 High Street, Hastings Victoria 3195 ‡ www.peninsulaparklands.com.au ‡ Phone: 5979 2700 or Brad Wilcox: 0419 583 634 1108838-KC48-13


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www.

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 9

.com.au

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME

THIS expansive home boasts five bedrooms plus three living areas comprising a spacious formal lounge and formal dining area with feature ceiling plus a separate family and meals area overlooking the hostess kitchen with dishwasher. The third living area could be used as a rumpus room. The master bedroom has a full ensuite and walk-in robe, three bedrooms come with built-in robes and the fifth could make

way for a study/home office. There is also a central bathroom, toilet and laundry. Features include quality curtains, ducted heating and a double remote garage with rear roller door access to the brand new concrete paved entertaining area and backyard. It is located a short walk from Narre Warren South P-12 College and Amberly Park Shopping Centre.

5

2

2

Inspect: By appointment Price: $375,000 Contact: LIRON SELIMI, 0425 776 622 L. J. HOOKER, HAMPTON PARK, 9702 8388

Open Home

3 1 2 Cranbourne 4 Sharpe Street Auction - Development Opportunity Next To Train Station For developers it has the benefit of two cross over´s enabling for the opportunity side by side two unit development (S.T.C.A). The existing home 3 bedroom home presents an outstanding opportunity for first home buyers or investors seeking the potential of high returns. For Sale Auction 12:00pm 21/12/2013 Price Guide $270,000 View Saturday 12:00pm ljhooker.com.au Contact Adam Gill 0407 456 888 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

Open Home

Hampton Park 47 Cumberland Chase Perfect Starter

3

1

1

Well Positioned in a prime, quite location close to central park primary school, Hampton park shops and public transport, this 3 bedroom home represents as a perfect first home or as a great opportunity for the budget conscious investor. Situated on a generous allotment of 465 square meters. For Sale Price Guide $285,000-$305,000 View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

Open Home

Cranbourne West 5 Knowing Close Nest Or Invest!

3

2

2

An ideal first home or an investment in a quite court location in Cranbourne West is now on the market. Situated on a generous allotment of 470 square meters approximately this three bedroom home is within a walking distance to schools, shops and public transport. For Sale Price Guide REDUCED $300,000-$310,000 View By Appoinment ljhooker.com.au Contact Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

Open Home

4 Cranbourne West 16 Neptune Place Red Hot Value - 4 Bedder

2

-

This meticulously presented, 4 bedroom family home offers a formal lounge/dining room with wood heating and split system air conditioning, modern kitchen with a dishwasher and a meals area overlooking the family room with a b.i bar and leads outside to the large paved pergola and beautiful rear gardens. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $330,000 View Saturday 1:30pm ljhooker.com.au Contact Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

Open Home

3 2 2 Cranbourne 6 Luxor Court "Work From Home" - Entertainers Delight

5 2 2 Cranbourne 60 Cherryhills Drive Quarter Acre Block, 4 Bedroom And Study

5 2 2 Clyde North 56 Selandra Boulevard Massive Ultra Modern Living - 5 Bedrooms

4 2 Cranbourne 39 Waterhouse Way Superior Home, Superior Quality

2

This 3 bedroom property is beautifully presented with many notable classy appointments throughout, including a separate theatre room complete with giant screen and projector for cinema buffs, plus an enormous undercover outdoor entertainment area which will easily cater for the biggest of gatherings. For Sale Price Guide $385,000-$400,000 View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

Surrounded by prestigious homes in the Brookland Greens Estate on a large allotment of 1000m2, this gorgeous 4 bedroom and study family home with a double garage is a certain stand out. Features include formal lounge and dining, modern kitchen with dishwasher, in ground pool , ducted heating, great yard with plenty of side access. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $490,000 View Saturday 12:30pm ljhooker.com.au Contact Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

This 2 year young, 5 bedroom family home offers the best in large modern living. There is a fantastic TV or play room that is central to the children’s bedrooms which are all large and a monstrous 5th bedroom can also double as a third and formal living room if need be. Why buy new, when it’s already all done, come see for yourself. For Sale Price Guide $449,950 View Saturday 2:30pm ljhooker.com.au Contact Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

This modern 4 bedroom family home with study oozes class with spacious 9 ft ceilings & modern toning’s, open plan indoor/outdoor entertaining, formal lounge room, separate tiled family room, stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher, porcelin tiles, dining area that extends out onto the alfresco, plus private inground pool. For Sale Price Guide Price on application. View Saturday 1:00pm ljhooker.com.au Contact Adam Gill 0407 456 888 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

ljhooker.com.au All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided and interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

Residential l Commercial l Rural l Finance


Page 10 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

.com.au

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

Clyde Primary School students with their new jumpers, with Lenny Hayes from the St Kilda Football Club.

PASADENA LENDS A HAND

Cranbourne West 83 Fairhaven Boulevard **THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS PRESENT** DISPLAY LIKE PRESENTATION WITH GREAT ENTERTAINING! Set amidst an amenity filled location sits this fine example of spacious family living. With a functional, open floor plan this quality home has all of the create comforts one would require! There are 3 large bedrooms, the master providing a FES and WIR. Bedrooms 2 and 3, both with mirrored sliding robes, are in close proximity to the family bathroom with separate bath/shower facilities. The hostess kitchen is surely one of the main focal points and is complete with sufficient cupboard/bench space and quality stainless steel appliances including a 4-burner hot plate, rangehood, wall oven plus a dishwasher. All this and a whole lot more with a separate dining area adjacent! For entertaining there are 2 separate living zones, one with direct external sliding door access leading to the under-roofline alfresco. Adjoining this is the oversized concreted pergola, the ideal place for Summer time entertaining Added internal extras include multiple feature walls, ducted heating plus evaporative cooling. Not to mention the downlights throughout and the security alarm system!, Complete with extensive paving, a garden shed and 3 brand new electric roller shutters. Step outside and be greeted by a modern facade and a picturesque, low maintenance front yard with established landscaping. The widened driveway caters from those requiring extra parking space whilst there is secure internal access and bonus rear roller door access from the remote 2-panel DLUG. Within a location second to none the property is directly opposite to open parkland and is literally moments to public transport, childcare facilities, public/private schooling, medical centres and local shops!

1108988-LB48-13

View By Appointment / As Advertised Agent Paul Ringeri 0412 364 893 | 5990 9513 | paul.ringeri@raywhite.com

www.raywhitecranbourne.com.au

1/75-89 High Street, Cranbourne 5995 2003

Lynbrook 20 Astley Wynd MAJESTIC LIVING ON CHRISTMAS SALE! -

Massive master bedroom with en suite & WIR

-

5 Bedrooms, 3 Toilets, 2 Bathrooms

-

3 Living areas includes Formal, Family & Rumpus

-

Multiple Outdoor entertaining - 2 Pergolas

-

Metal Fencing & Remote controlled gates

-

Quality construction, appliances and fittings

-

663m2 (approx) land , 29 sqs (approx)

-

Close to Shops, Train station & Schools

Auction 6.00 pm 12th December, 2013 View : Saturday 7th December 2013, between 11.20am – 11.40am Wednesday 4th December 5:40pm – 6:00pm

VILLAWOOD Properties is an avid supporter of the local community, community groups, sporting teams, schools and other local groups. Over the past few months, the team at Villawood’s Pasadena community has been very busy with a number of key community projects at Clyde Primary School. Villawood Properties Executive Director Tony Johnson, said that with a number of current Pasadena residents with children at the school and a high number of future residents planning to attend Clyde Primary School, his team was only too happy to help out. “This year we partnered with Clyde Primary School to complete some muchneeded landscaping works and supplied the school with some brand-new football jumpers for the kids. “The works done at the school involved the removal of old paving and the concrete edging to the outdoor seating area at the rear of the school. We also installed some fresh timber edging and pine bark. “Some of the pavers in the area had been there for so many years that the tree roots had started to raise them, making it a trip hazard to some of the children. “We knew straight away that this was a priority item for the school and were more than happy to step in and undertake the

Clyde North 21 Paso Grove VENDOR MUST SELL -

42 Sqs ( approx) home on 571m2( approx) Land

-

4 Bedrooms , Study , 2 Bathrooms, 3 Toilets

-

Four Living areas includes Theatre or Rumpus

-

Powder Room, extra large Laundry

Thomas Aloysius 0433 019 756

-

Double garage with internal access

thomas.aloysius@raywhite.com

-

Ducted heating and evaporative cooling

-

Close to all the proposed amenities in the estate.

5

2

2

www.raywhitecranbourne.com.au

www.raywhitecranbourne.com.au

1/75-89 High Street, Cranbourne 5995 2003

1/75-89 High Street, Cranbourne 5995 2003 1109993-KC49-13

works for them. “And what school would be complete without its own footy jumpers. “The school had wanted these for a long time and at Villawood, we are all about encouraging active, healthy lifestyles, so we were more than happy to get on board and provide the school with the jumpers.” Clyde Primary School Assistant Principal Nick Schneider said the school was thrilled with the support that Villawood had provided. “What was previously an unsightly area for kids to play in, is now a revived and pleasant play space. Now our students can utilise this play area again and know that it’s a safe environment. “We have a lot of up and coming future footy players at the school and it makes it that much more exciting to be able to wear real footy jumpers. The students are thrilled and now they really feel like a proper team when they run out onto the field to play a game. “We are so appreciative of the support that Villawood Properties has provided to our school and we look forward to a longstanding partnership with the team.” For more information on Pasadena Clyde call into the sales office and see Nabil at the corner of Berwick-Cranbourne Road and Pasadena Boulevard, Clyde.

Price Guide Buyers Over $490,000 Auction 7th December 2013 12.00pm Inspection Saturday 7th December 2013 11.40am - 12.00pm Thomas Aloysius 0433 019 756 thomas.aloysius@raywhite.com

4

2

1

2

1109986-KC49-13


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www.

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 11

.com.au

barryplant.com.au

SANDHURST 10 Chichester Close

HAMPTON PARK 9/20-22 Somerville Road

Under Instructions From The Mortgagee Here´s an opportunity to secure one of the few remaining blocks in the prestigious Sandhurst estate. Situated in a quiet court location opposite the park the block is approximately. 435sqm with a 14 metre frontage. The Sandhurst estate offers an enviable lifestyle with 2 championship golf courses, easy access to Eastlink, locals shopping and a short drive to Bayside beaches. Saturday 21st December at 11.30am Terms 10% Deposit Balance 30 days

CENTRAL 2 STOREY TOWN HOUSE This very central town house features: 3 large bedrooms with BIR, large open plan living/dining area, renovated bathroom, 2 updated toilets, brand new large kitchen & single garage. Extras include ducted heating & cooling, nearly new carpet throughout, tiled front & rear entertaining areas, new HWS & central swimming pool.

INSPECT By Appointment Photo ID required

PRICE GUIDE $290,000 - $310,000 INSPECT Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm Photo ID required

Stan Coolegem 0418 580 399

Violet Ross 0402 284 267

HAMPTON PARK 63 Justin Circuit

HAMPTON PARK 45 Meredith Crescent

Perfect Location, Perfect Presentation & Views With polished floorboards and freshly painted this 3 bedroom home with two large living areas is perfectly presented and if that was not enough the elevated block provides views of the surrounding area and wetlands. There is also a large backyard and double carport plus garden shed as well as ducted heating and cooling to complete the picture.

Time to Enter the Market Whether you are a first home buyer or investor, this is your perfect opportunity to enter the market. With three bedrooms and two living areas as well as a large pergola and plenty of backyard, this property deserves your attention. Located within walking distance to both Coral Park and Kilberry Valley Primary School and with a bus stop around the corner.

PRICE GUIDE $320,000 - $350,000 INSPECT Saturday 1.00pm - 1.30pm Photo ID required

Babu Kumar 0421 711 800

3 1 1 2

PRICE GUIDE $290,000 - $320,000 INSPECT Saturday 1.00pm - 1.30pm Photo ID required

Babu Kumar 0421 711 800

HAMPTON PARK 26 Cumberland Chase

HAMPTON PARK 22 Tyalla Court

The Perfect Family Home! Brilliantly positioned on an elevated block consisting of 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 toilets, 2 Separate living areas, open plan kitchen with gas appliances as well sliding door access to a fully covered entertaining area perfect for those summer BBQâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. For your comfort there is also ducted heating and cooling.

Affordable Family Home The home comprises three bedrooms with BIR, large living areas, as new kitchen and bathroom as well as an undercover entertaining area, a double carport and a garden shed. It is freshly painted with new carpets, gas wall heating, air conditioner and sunblinds for your comfort.

PRICE GUIDE $320,000 - $350,000 INSPECT Saturday 12.00pm - 12.30pm Photo ID required

Najeeb Olomi 0425 761 116

Stan Coolegem

Mark Sewell

Babu Kumar

Barry Plant Cranbourne 134a High Street T 5996 1666

Tony Sullivan

3 1 2 1

Veronica Vekony

PRICE GUIDE $290,000 - $330,000 INSPECT Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am Photo ID required

Violet Ross 0402 284 267

Deon Pollard

Violet Ross

Barry Plant Hampton Park 2/19 Enterprise Avenue T 8787 8755

Najeeb Olomi

Mani Chatapuram

3 1 2 1

3 1 1 2

3 1 1 2

Raul Guzman

Your red carpet experience


Page 12 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

.com.au

CRANBOURNE

PRIME FREEHOLD OPPORTUNITY

$439,000 + GST

SPECIAL LOCATION Julie McGarry Licensed Estate Agent

Danny Edebohls Property Sales (03) 51 27 2000

0498 999 948

www.dannyedebohlspropertysales.com.au

1110541-EP49-13

* Situated in the fast growing industrial area of town * Corner block (approx 1150m2) access to front and rear yards * Showroom/reception area plus staff room facilities * Mezzanine offices (approx. 60m2) overlooking factory floor space * Double walling at front, internal roller doors and separate workroom * All services connected, triple interceptor waste disposal system, 3 phase power * Total floor space is 410m2, concrete floor, mostly lined * Option of current owner to lease back or run your own business 1 Della Torre Rd Moe Web ID: 115545115

CRANBOURNE East is on offer here with this quality family home in a special location overlooking pleasant parklands. Offering three spacious bedrooms with full ensuite and walk-in robe to master, modern clean kitchen with island bench and stainless steel cookware adjoining a comfortable meals/ family room and a separate formal lounge room. Presented beautifully in up-to-date colour schemes with ducted heating and air-

conditioning plus double-glazed windows to all bedrooms. A great outdoor pergola/ patio entertaining zone opens out onto a nicely landscaped backyard for kids to safely play and the double garage locks up your cars and tools. Situated in the prestigious Hunt Club estate close to schools, childcare and parklands, this is an excellent opportunity for your family to explore.

3

2

2

Inspect: By appointment Price: Buyers over $370,000 Contact: Dean Tucker, 0418 800 910 FINNING FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE, CRANBOURNE, 5996 1200

OPEN HOMES

south eastern

CRANBOURNE EDITION

Hampton Park

22 Tyalla Court

Sat 11.00am -11.30am

Cranbourne

2/6-8 Murray Court

Sat 11:30 - 12:00pm

Sat 11.30am -12.00pm

Hampton Park

26 Cumberland Chase

Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm

Botanic Ridge

4 Tingara Drive

Sat 12:00 - 12:30pm

Hampton Park

63 Justin Circuit

Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm

Cranbourne

13 Bourke Road

Sat 12:30 - 1:00pm

50 Apple Berry Avenue

Sat 1:00 - 1:30pm

BARRY PLANT, CRANBOURNE - 5996 1666 Juction Village

81 Lyrebird Drive Carrum Downs

Cranbourne

9 Bellarine Drive Cranbourne

Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm

Hampton Park

36 Marilyn Drive Cranbourne

Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm

Hampton Park

21 Wren Street

Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm

Langwarrin

Hampton Park

5 Stevenson Road, Cranbourne

Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm

Cranbourne

3 kent Court

Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm

Cranbourne East

4 Fetlcok Lane

Sat 2:00 - 2:30pm

Hampton Park

25 Elwick Street Clyde North

Sat 2.00pm -2.30pm

Hampton Park

4 Libby Court

Sat 11.00am -11.30am

Cranbourne East

24 Emmergreen Retreat

Sat 3:00 - 3:30pm

93 Georgette Crescent

Sat 11.00am -11.30am

LJ HOOKER, CRANBOURNE – 5996 4777

Lynbrook

2/115 Centre Road Langwarrin

Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm

Endeavour Hills

Hampton Park

1/37 Hotham street cranbourne

Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm

HARVEST REALTY, HAMPTON PARK - 8787 8498

Clyde North

56 Selandra Boulevard

Hampton Park

34 hunt Club Boulevard Cranbourne

Sat 11.30am -11.30am

Lynbrook

16 Kingsfield Crescent

1:00 - 1:30 pm

Cranbourne

60 Cherryhills Drive

Saturday 12.30-1.00pm

Hampton Park

3 Parkland Avenue

11:00 - 11:30 am

Cranbourne West

16 Neptune Place

Saturday 1.30-2.00pm

BARRY PLANT, HAMPTON PARK - 8787 8755

Saturday 2.30-3.00pm

Juction Village

1 Jennifer Street

Sat 2.00pm -2.30pm

Hampton Park

12 Warana Drive

2:00 - 2:30 pm

Cranbourne

4 Sharpe Street

Saturday 12.00-12.30pm

Cranbourne

42 Everlasting Blvd

Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm

Hampton Park

52 Robjant Street

11:00 - 11:30 am

Botanic Ridge

39 Waterhouse Way

Saturday 1.00-1.30pm

Hampton Park

23A Winnima Avenue

Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm

Hampton Park

71 The Parkway

12:00 - 12:30 pm

RAY WHITE, CRANBOURNE - 5995 2003

Hampton Park

45 Meredith Crescent

Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm

Hampton Park

1/7 King David Court

1:00 - 1:30 pm

Devon Meadows

78 Craig Road

Sat 10:40 - 11:00am

Hampton Park

4 The Ridge

Sat 2.00pm -2.30pm

HODGES, CRANBOURNE – 5996 5993

Cranbourne West

83 Fairhaven Boulevard

Sat 10:40 - 11:00am

Hampton Park

9/20-22 Somerville Road

Sat 2.00pm -2.30pm

Cranbourne North

29 Sussex Avenue

Thurs 5:00 - 5:30pm

Botanic Ridge

43 Callista Street

Sat 11:40 - 12:00pm

Cranbourne

1 Terrance Drive

Sat 11.00am -11.30am

Carrum Downs

11 Capella Place

Sat 10:00 - 10:30am

Pakenham

53 Victory Drive

Sat 12:00 - 12:20pm

Hampton Park

37 Somerville Road

Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm

Cranbourne North

29 Sussex Avenue

Sat 11:00 - 11:30am

Lyndhurst

8 Honeybark Crescent

Sat 1:40 - 2:00pm 1110155-EP49-13

MORE AGENTS, MORE HOMES, MORE CHOICE Cranbourne

Cranbourne

Hampton Park

Warragul

Hampton Park

Cranbourne

Finning

PETER WILLIAMS SEJ Ruralco

Bass Valley


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

HAMPTON PARK

$350,000+

www.

HAMPTON PARK

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 13

.com.au

$300,000+

HAMPTON PARK Buyers Over $290,000

HAMPTON PARK

POA

3 Parkland Avenue

52 Robjant Street

1/7 King David Court

12 Warana Drive

One of Hampton Park´s smart investments is now on offer. Desirably situated in a great location minutes to schools, public transport, parks and shops, this property offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, living and kitchen areas, double lock up garage, air conditioning, ducted heating, decking, pergola and landscaping. It´s a smart to invest in real estate. Call the agent now to enquire. Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, completed with a living area, family lounge, kitchen with meals area, garden shed, gas heating and double carport. Within walking distance to shops, schools, banks, medical centre, public transport, train station and easy access to the freeway is where you find this lovely family home. Don´t delay, call now for an inspection!

Located in desirable location and just an easy stroll to Hampton Park Shopping Square, Hampton Park Secondary College, medical centres, banks, post office, child care centres and public transport, this ideal investment offers 3 bedrooms, 2 separate living zones, semi-ensuite bathroom, new timber floors, new kitchen unit, and double carport. Call today for enquires!

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, double carport, living, kitchen and dining areas, gas heating, built in wardrobe, decking and pergola for outdoor entertainment area. Located within minutes to shops, preschool/maternal centre, parks, medical centres, school and transport facilities, this home is Absolutely worth buying!

Travis Chong 0433 409 764

Marcelino Salazar 0431 400 889

Vincent Djuang 0411 363 322

LYNBROOK Buyers over $550,000

LYNBROOK

$600,000+

This prestige 4 bedroom double story house offers 3 toilets, 2 bathrooms with a spa ensuite & WIR to master bedroom, a study, rumpus, double lock up remote garage, kitchen equipped with quality appliances, carpet, extensive quality floor tiling, down lights, ducted heating, cooling & vacuuming system. All this with strong emphasis on safety and security with an extra kitchen in the garage. Put an offer now, you won´t be disappointed!

4 large bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 toilets, a study, formal lounge, rumpus, formal dining, an attractive kitchen with stainless steel appliances and double remote garage with panel door and rolling door to backyard. It´s truly an undeniably great opportunity with Lynbrook Village, school, and freeway access around the corner. Call us today to secure this home!

Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

Marcelino Salazar 0431 400 889

PAKENHAM

$310,000

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, living room plus a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and meals area, double panel remote control garage with internal access, evaporative cooling, ducted heating, letterbox, blinds and basic landscaping. Located close to public transport, Princes Highway and within minutes to Pakenham train station, shops, and Pakenham Hills Primary School, this property will not last long. Call us today for an inspection! Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

CRANBOURNE EAST $450,000+

DANDENONG From $275,000

These luxurious one and two bedroom apartments offer options that are superbly fitted out with a stunning interior

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, an inviting living room, adjoining kitchen with meals area and double garage, ducted

Offering comfort and convenience, Ann Residence boasts

heating, evaporative cooling, alarm system, dishwasher and

kitchen and lounge areas, air conditioning and heating,

built in robes. Located just minutes away from school,

Caesar stone bench top and stainless steel kitchen Vincent Djuang 0411 363 322

$369,000

$370,000

design that compliments the landmark external design.

appliances. Contact the agent now for more details.

DOVETON

HAMPTON PARK

LYNBROOK

shopping facilities, and other amenities. Mars Salazar 0431 400 889

$500,000+

HAMPTON PARK

POA

With 17.98sq of living space this outstanding family

16 Kingsfield Crescent

750m2 block. 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 2 toilet and single

accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3

4 bedrooms, master with double WIR, rumpus room, 2

carport brick veneered home comes complete with plans and

toilets, contemporary open plan kitchen with meals area,

bathrooms, 2 toilets, family, kitchen and dining areas, double

formal lounge, single garage with internal access to the main home, ducted heating, dishwasher, stainless steel appliances

lock up garage with remote control and internal access, ducted heating, split AirConditioning system, fully fenced, tiled and carpeted. Call now to secure this property before

and water tank.

you miss it

Marcelino Salazar 0431 400 889

Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

LYNBROOK

From $290,000

HAMPTON PARK

permits for another 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse each with separate titles. Within walking distance to Hallam station, shops and schools. Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

$300,000+

LAND FOR SALE Lot 33 Bridge Road, Officer (552m2)

$170,000+

Lot 1420 Mickleham Drive, Cranbourne (465m2)

$ 250,000

Lot 47 Speranza Place Lynbrook (802m2)

$ 460,000

Lot 332 Buller Avenue, Clyde (448m2)

$ 242,500

270 Duncans Rd, Werribee South (10.7 acres)

Size of land aprox. 512m2, 4 bedrooms, master with full ensuite and walk in robe, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, living and dining areas, open plan meals area, double remote control garage with internal access, evaporative cooling, ducted heating, 2.7m high ceilings, 2 kitchens. Located close to Cranbourne Botanical gardens, Casey Central Shopping Centre, public transport, schools and Casey fields.

A vibrant new community in Lynbrook´s prestigious area with local amenities including neighborhood shops, schools, a lake, and parklands. The apartments come with modern kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops and stainless steel appliances, cooling and heating systems, fly screen to all windows, basic landscaping and high quality finishing. Call now for further details.

Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

Travis Chong 0433 409 764

22 Enterprise Avenue, HAMPTON PARK

71 The Parkway

Lot 34 Bridge Road, Officer (497m2)

$170,000+

Lot 46 Cyan Crescent, Officer (444m2)

$ 170,000+

46 Ethereal Way Sandhurst (519m2)

$ 260,000

Lot 10 Willung Road, Rosedale (5 acres)

$ 150,000 $ 168,000

A family and living area with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 toilet,

Lot 1416 Fallingwater Drive, Pakenham (370m2)

a kitchen, double garage, gas heating, spacious backyard,

Vincent Djuang 0411 363 322

eco friendly water tank and pergola. Located close to public

Mars Salazar 0431 400 889

transport, schools and local amenities.

Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

Travis Chong 0433 409 764

www.harvestrealty.com.au

$ 2,700,000

8787 8498


Page 14 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

.com.au

COUNTRY & COASTAL NEERIM NORTH

ENCHANTING BLUESTONE HOME Inspect: By appointment Price: Reduction to $895,000 Contact: HARCOURTS, WARRAGUL, 5622 3333 /:3FA1=BB1=;/C

39 DAISY AVENUE, PIONEER BAY

50 KALLAY DRIVE, PIONEER BAY

Warragul 9 Logan Street Neatly presented 3 B/R home on a 700m2 allotment. Featuring gas heater & A/C, timber floor boards & a sunroom/ study. Outside offers a single carport, 6.7m x 5.6m shed, outdoor entertaining area & side access. For Sale $269,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VHW4547 Open Saturday 10:30-11am Brendon Van Eyk P 03 5622 3333 M 0439 973 310 E brendon.vaneyk@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Warragul

BARGAIN BY THE BAY

HOME BY THE BAY

Needing to sell and located to please! This hardy plank property is only a very short walk to the foreshore at Pioneer Bay, only twenty minutes to Cranbourne, forty to Pakenham and set in a sleepy little hollow that time has almost forgotten! The home has three bedrooms, a sunroom and spacious lounge area with open plan kitchen. There is a two way bathroom or semi ensuite and loads of room in the garden with a garden shed plus a carport. Suit $170,000 plus buyers.

Within a short walk to the foreshore and close to a park! This two story home has been altered to accommodate the extended family or parents retreat with separate living downstairs and up. There is a lovely new Black Butt 2.4 m deck. Upstairs you will find two other bedrooms, living area with r/c air conditioning, a super large bathroom, separate toilet, updated kitchen including new stove. The property is pet friendly with fences and a chicken run. Suit $240,000 plus buyers.

ADDRESS: 29 Bass Horizon Prom, Coronet Bay AUCTION: Auction: Saturday 25th January 2.30 pm AGENT: Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023 1109557-EP49-13

ADDRESS: 39 Daisy Avenue, Pioneer Bay AUCTION: Saturday 25th January at 2pm AGENT: Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023

Grantville - 5678 8433 1505 Bass Highway Email: sales@alexscott.com.au

www.harcourts.com.au

SEJ

AU JA 25 CT N TH I O N UA RY

OPEN HOME

SEJ

Real Estate

27 HaMiLToN driVe, WarraGUL

SEJ

Real Estate

n m tioITE @ 2p c S u 3

PETER WILLIAMS Drouin 31 Princes Way

5625 3911

A

1

ON 20 ec th D 14

‘FarM ForTUNa’ 238 aCres Vesper apLiNe HiGH CoUNTrY

LoW MaiNTeNaNCe, 4 BedrooMs, LoCaTioN & sHed! $340,000 pLUs BUYers Conveniently located just a short walk to St Josephs or Marist Sion schools, parkland, milk bar & more this 4 BR, Brick Veneer home is ideal for families or would as easily be convenient and carefree living for retirees. The kitchen is spacious, the back yard fully enclosed and the pergola beautifully lined with colourful roses in bloom. The home is spacious and all bedrooms include robes while the Master has a walk in robe & full ensuite. Ducted heating, ducted vac & R/C split system are convenient as is the internal access from the double garage. The newly built “man shed” is a big plus and will serve most any purpose you have in mind.

internet id: wg3372 View property and more details at www.sej.com.au

5622 3800 Cnr smith & Queen st, Warragul www.sej.com.au

siMpLiCiTY & eXCeLLeNCe eXUde $590,000 pLUs BUYers

3 Acres and views over hundreds more! A homestead full of tradition boasting the spoil of magniicent extensions and thorough renovation! As your new lifestyle to enjoy or as the perfect weekender you always dreamed of owning this property is certain to please. From the colourful gardens to the leadlight features and traditional entrance hall the old world charm is ever so welcoming. The home includes high ceilings with ornate features, 3 open ire places with stunning mantle surrounds the original exposed brick chimney and of course a perfect outlook from every window. The master suite upstairs includes claw foot bath in the ensuite and balconies both north and south. The land is easy, the location admirable and the entire package... just perfect.

internet id: wg3369 View property and more details at www.sej.com.au

5622 3800 Cnr smith & Queen st, Warragul www.sej.com.au

A unique opportunity to purchase a very picturesque property (2 titles) with incredible views. Approx 60% cleared, highly fertile ‘chocolate’ soils, 4 creeks plus dams. Huge dam set amidst forest area with ‘Lake house’ (needing some repairs). 4 main sheds plus stock yards. Residence is an ~1980 brick home of 32sqs living. a property requiring some work to restore to its former glory but could again be a district show place property. iN CoNJUNCTioN WiTH saLLY J reaL esTaTe 1109905-RC49-13

Inspect from 10am Sale Day or inspect by appointment prior Ph. Graham Fairweather 0418 329 608 Terms – 10% deposit balance 60 days

Real Estate

360 Bride road, Vesper

194 oLd TeLeGrapH road easT CrossoVer

1109896-LN49-13

1110112-RC49-13

2335 Old Sale Road, Shady Creek

1109552-EP49-13

Grantville - 5678 8433 1505 Bass Highway Email: sales@alexscott.com.au

Hydroponic Complex on 71 Acres •฀ 5400m2฀floor฀area •฀ Complete฀infrastructure฀in฀place •฀ One฀of฀the฀largest฀in฀Victoria฀ •฀ Would฀suit฀many฀uses •฀ 19km฀from฀Warragul,฀or฀Yarragon฀& ฀฀฀M1฀Freeway

/:3FA1=BB1=;/C

internet id: wg3373

sally Jones Max Canobie Miranda pike 0417 037 079 0429 858 384 0404 193 205 View property and more details at www.sej.com.au

5622 3800 Cnr smith & Queen st, Warragul www.sej.com.au

1109908-PB49-13

AUCTION Saturday 14th December at 11am

complement this unique property. Previously featured on Burke’s Backyard the property is located approximately one and a half hours from Melbourne, and has been owned, established and occupied by a well-known Melbourne identity who is now seeking a sea change.

AU JA 25 CT N TH I O N UA RY

PERCHED high on a hillside in a quiet pocket of beautiful Gippsland, far from the rigours of city life, is this private 10-acre retreat with a grand bluestone residence and million dollar alpine view. The home was built with bluestone from the local quarry and this is the first time it has been offered for sale. The architecturally designed residence with northerly aspect includes four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a sunken lounge with open fireplace, Baltic pine lining that provides warmth to the rooms, spacious timber kitchen with walk-in pantry, and a feature deep spa room with floor to ceiling windows taking in the unspoilt panoramas. The bluestone theme spills outside with extensive paved entertaining areas, paths and retaining walls, that all play their role in the enchanted garden setting where only the sounds of nature pervade the silence and privacy. A separate bluestone cottage with timber bar and fireplace currently provides for an exclusive billiards room, while a double garage with workshop allows for car accommodation. Solar power, excellent water facilities including a dam, shelter for livestock, a concrete circular drive and sweeping rear verandah, all help


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www.

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 15

.com.au

MODERN INTERIOR, PLUS VIEWS THIS stylish townhouse with a modern interior is perfect for the downsizer, first home buyer or investor. It offers fantastic low-maintenance living comprising: front lounge/theatre room, well-equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, family/ meals area, laundry including a laundry chute, powder room, paved courtyard with huge pitched roof pergola and single garage with internal and rear access. Upstairs offers a central bathroom, three good-sized bedrooms, full ensuite, walkin robe and balcony with views to master. Features include ducted heating, hard timber floors, split-system cooling, both upstairs and downstairs. This is a great location, central to all that is needed.

3

2

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

1

16 Grandview Terrace Inspect: Saturday, 1pm-1.30pm Price: Buyers over $389,900 Contact: Melinda Butler, 0410 544 599 HOCKINGSTUART, BERWICK, 8768 3800

At last. A homebuilder with a real price list. Arden’s Amali – on display at Cranbourne East

Arden Developments pledges to provide true and accurate pricing so new homebuyers really can compare one home with the next and understand the cost of additional features and building options.

A better way to build. A better way to buy. At every Arden display, you can check the price list from the base price right up to the fully displayed home. It means you can compare one house with another and avoid the disappointment of choosing a lower cost home only to discover the base version is nothing at all like the display. Visit an Arden display to appreciate the value of standard inclusions such as picture windows, sun courts, oversized kitchens, design flexibility, Smeg appliances, and stone benchtops and much more. It’s time to get real about the price of your new home. Step up to Arden.

Call 0403 031 290

Berwick Waters Estate NEW

Grices Rd

Berwick Waters Estate

werb loom Cres

Flo

64 Prendergast Avenue Cranbourne East

Clyde Rd

Blvd Casey Fields

Parks Edge Estate

On display

Amalfi 29 (single storey) Sienna 27 (single storey)

Lilydale Ave

Parks Edge Estate

Prend erg ast Ave

Berwick -Cranbou rne Rd

Riverst one B l v d

d Hwy pslan h Gip Sout

Our displays close at 5p pm Sunday y 8th Dec De c 20 2013 13 and reopen at 11 11am am Sat atur urda day y 4th 4t h Ja Jan n 20 2014 14.

Cameron St

Display homes Open Sat to Wed 11am to 5pm Crn Flowerbloom Crescent & Lilydale Ave Clyde North (off Grices Road) Call 0417 136 326 On display

Thomps ons Rd

Votivo 42 (double storey) Milan 29 (single storey)

Reproduction in any form either in whole or part is forbidden. Images are for illustrative purposes only and may depict upgrade options available. Some photographs may also depict items not supplied by Arden including landscaping, window furnishings, wallpapers, decorative lighting, decor and furniture.

www.ardendevelopments.com.au

1110138-KC49-13


Page 16 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

.com.au

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

CALL 1300 BUY LAND

Sat - Wed, 12pm - 5pm

VISIT parkcentralestate.com.au

155 Rix Rd, OfďŹ cer (MEL. REF: 214, D5)

1110479-KC49-13 1109017-KC49-13


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

1099221-KC44-13

www.

.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 17


Page 18 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

.com.au

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

IRRESISTABLE FAMILY CHARM

HAMPTON PARK

ENJOY this well-maintained free-standing home with low-maintenance gardens. BOASTING three bedrooms plus study, two toilets, two bathrooms, formal dining and family room, spacious kitchen with meals area, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, alarm, high ceilings, downlights and double garage with remote control and internal access. At the rear you will find a pergola and large shed for all your storage needs. Within walking distance of St Kevinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Primary School and Hampton Park Secondary College, close to parks and public transport. This one is not to be missed.

3

2

2

Inspect: By appointment Price: $340,000 plus Contact: Jerry Wu, 0402 741 611 HARVEST REALTY, HAMPTON PARK, 8787 8498

Fixed Price Turn-key House & Land Package 2 Bed

$239,000

3 Bed

$269,000

Sales office located Bridge Road, Officer (Off Cardinia Road). Open Wednesday to Sunday 11am - 2pm. If you can afford to rent then you can now afford to own your own home. 1110475-KC49-13

Call Simon Wilson 1300 818 985 or email simonw@massi.com.au


Established Homes CRAN

Connecting people and communities

www.

.com.au

AND SIX BEDROOMS

CRANBOURNE EAST

4 Fetlock Lane Auction: Saturday, 21 December, 2.30pm Terms: 10 per cent deposit, balance 30-60 days or other as negotiated Contact: Katie Maloney, 0437 284 449 HODGES, CRANBOURNE, 5996 5993

1110175-KC49-13

THIS home has endless potential, being a sixbedroom, three-bathroom family home. It could also be used as a four-bedroom, two-bathroom home with a separate, granny flat teenage retreat, consisting of two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchenette. Set in the Hunt Club Estate, this home offers three large-size living areas and a fourth living study or even make it into a seventh bedroom. Features include a huge master bedroom with his and hers walk-through robes, ensuite with double shower and separate toilet. All other five bedrooms have built-in robes. The central kitchen features an island bench breakfast bar with stainless steel appliances, a 900mm gas stove, dishwasher and walk-in pantry. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a separate formal lounge, two large open living areas, a dining area and a fourth living or study room. Gas ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout, flyscreens to all windows and doors. Large undercover entertainment area, with power, ceiling fans and a built-in bar, two garden sheds, 6000-litre water tank connected to the toilet, and 3.5-kilowatt solar upgradable panels. A cattery extending along one side of the house could also be used for other pets, such as chickens. The three- car carport is behind double gates, plus up to four more off-street parking.

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 19

Artist Impression

Sales Office Open 7 days 12 - 5pm 03 5995 3223 ambrosialiving.com.au * While best endeavours have been used to provide information in this publication that is true and accurate, Balcon Group and related entities accept no responsibility and disclaim all liability in respect to any errors or inaccuracies it may contain. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries to verify the information contained herein.


Page 20 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

www.

.com.au

SECURITY AND LIFESTYLE LOCATED in the exclusive Heritage Springs gated community is this immaculately presented two bedroom freestanding villa. The master bedroom has a full ensuite and walk-in wardrobe while the second bedroom has built-in wardrobes. The hostess kitchen is equipped with quality European appliances including gas cooktop, electric oven and dishwasher. The open plan living area features a tiled meals area and a carpeted lounge with nine foot ceilings. Timber French doors open out to an enclosed pergola with retractable blinds and overlooking a low maintenance cottage garden. Other features include double car garage with remote controlled door with internal access, ducted reverse cycle air conditioning, quality window furnishings and plenty of storage.

PAKENHAM

This wonderful community provides a low maintenance lifestyle with security. The new owners have access to a pool, barbecue area and caravan and boat storage area. The selling agent says an inspection is a must for anyone looking for a reduction in size but not quality.

2

2

Connecting people and communities Established Homes CRAN

2

Inspect: By appointment Price: $395,000 Contact: Matt Clark, 0417 411 883 FIRST NATIONAL NEILSON PARTNERS, PAKENHAM, 5941 4444

south eastern

The Coventry

THE AT CASEY

premierbuilders.com.au


CN

| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 43

KIDZ KASTLE CHILD CARE 71 SOUTH GIPPSLAND HIGHWAY, TOORADIN •฀HOURS฀FROM 6.30฀A.M฀–฀6.00฀P.M

•฀EARLY฀YEARS LEARNING FRAMEWORK฀ CURRICULUM

•฀6฀WEEKS฀–฀5฀YEARS •฀ORIENTATION SESSIONS

•฀INCURSIONS EXCURSIONS

•฀BEFORE฀&฀AFTER SCHOOL CARE฀PROGRAM •฀FULL฀DAY/HALF฀DAY CASUAL฀DAYS AVAILABLE฀ACROSS฀ALL฀ ROOMS •฀WARM฀FRIENDLY TOURS฀AROUND฀THE฀ CENTRE

SAFE...CARING

•฀HIGH฀QUALIFIED EDUCATORS TO฀CHILD฀RATIOS

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE

•฀DAILY฀FRESH฀COOKED NUTRITIOUS฀MEALS฀&฀ SNACKS •฀BREAKFAST/MORNING &฀AFTERNOON฀TEA/ LUNCH฀&฀LATE฀SNACK฀ PROVIDED฀DAILY

Phone: 5998 3973 Email: childcare@kidzkastle.com.au PRIVATELY OWNED

1108335-HM49-13

The Tooradin Primary School choir will perform at the Christmas on the Foreshore event again this year.

It’s the best night out - foreshore SET the festive season off with a bang at the Christmas on the Foreshore event in Tooradin this month. Held by the Tooradin Foreshore Committee of Management, the 16th annual event attracts thousands of people each year to celebrate Christmas in style. The highlight of the event, to be held on Friday 13 December, is a huge fireworks display at the end of the night, which usually goes off with a bang about 9.30pm. There is plenty to keep the whole family entertained before then with with a number of performers to take to the main stage including the Tooradin Primary School choir, children’s entertainer Bethany Fisher, Jam Tarts Trio, Natasha Anderson, Jessica Jade and Will Maestro. There will also be free face painting, a giant slide and other children’s rides. The night would not be complete with a visit from Santa, who will be sure to put a smile of the children’s faces. People can either bring their own

Warmest wishes of the season From all of us at Tooradin & Coastal Villages branch, best wishes for the holiday season and thank you for your loyalty and support. Drop into your nearest branch at 106 South Gippsland Highway, Tooradin or phone 5998 3038. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited ABN 11 068 049 178 AFSL 237879. S45237-2 (200817_v1) (20/11/2013)

www.bendigobank.com.au

Brittany Diss and Janette Marshall enjoyed the event in 2011. food and drinks, but there will be food outlets run by local sporting clubs available to purchase dinner from. Casey residents are being urged to come along and enjoy the fun, which

GK MEATS Quality Meat Specialist

will kick off at 6pm on Friday 13 December. Entry is a gold coin donation, which goes towards the development of the foreshore.

1109261-HM49-13

TASTE THE DIFFERENCE THIS CHRISTMAS HOME MADE HAM & TURKEY ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS

The night will finish with a bang, with a huge fireworks display.

98 STH GIPPSLAND HIGHWAY, TOORADIN 5998 3375 SHOP 6 CRANBOURNE SHOPPING CENTRE 5996 2088


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 44 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

BUSINESS SOUTH-EAST

Karora is cashing in By BRIDGET COOK A CANNONS Creek business has been awarded a grant to explore new technology to cater to a market need. Hastings MP Neale Burgess announced last week that specialty construction company Karora Living had been awarded a Technology Development voucher worth $50,000 as part of a State Government’s program. Mr Burgess said the award would enable Karora Living to work with Planet Innovation to create an affordable integrated air-conditioning and ventilation system. “Developing this new integrated air-conditioning system could enhance or replace traditional wall mounted split system units,” he said. “The new unit will have the intelligence to prioritise the use of fresh air, manage indoor air temperature and dramatically

improve indoor air quality while maximising energy efficiency.” John Edgley, from Karora Living, said his company was constantly seeking commercially viable ways to make long-term sustainable solutions available to everyone at an affordable price. “There is no technical reason why a net-zero energy home that’s safe, healthy and smart isn’t available today to your average home buyer,” he said. “This voucher is a huge help to continue that work and keep the focus on building the business right here in Victoria.” Planet Innovation managing director Stuart Elliot thanked the State Government for the support. “Planet Innovation welcomes the support of the State Government for ventures like this that are commercially focused and draw on Victorian companies to innovate and de-

liver products that fill a market need,” he said. Minister for Technology Gordon Rich-Phillips said the program supported projects that involved the development of new technology or explored the application of existing technologies in innovative or novel ways. “The Technology Development vouchers provide muchneeded support for companies to develop, adapt or adopt new products and processes using industrial biotechnology, small technologies or advanced information and communication technology,” he said. “This is a responsive funding model to drive the use of cutting-edge technologies, enabling Victoria’s companies to compete in today’s global economy.” For more information on the program visit www.business. vic.gov.au/tvp.

Class cinema out to set the golden standard THE gold standard in cinema experiences has come to Fountain Gate. Casey Mayor Geoff Ablett opened the cinemas on 21 November and said the new Village Gold Class Cinemas at Westfield Fountain Gate will be a welcome addition to the Casey community. The centre is also set to open a 419-seat Vmax cinema in the near future. Pictured are Melbourne Heart player Tando Velaphi, Westfield Fountain Gate Centre Manager Charlie Rimmer, Casey mayor Geoff Ablett, deputy mayor Amanda Stapledon and Melbourne Heart player Andrew Redmayne.

Racing fans give drivers a boost

Alex Davison, Will Davison, Mark Winterbottom and David Reynolds had a blast signing autographs for local V8 fans at Freeway Ford recently.

Mark Winterbottom, pictured, is still firmly in contention for this year’s V8 Supercars crown. He stopped by Cranbourne’s Freeway Ford dealership recently to meet employees and a host of Casey area race fans.

ABSCO GARDEN SHEDS Delivered & Erected FREE* DELIVERED, ERECTED WITH CONCRETE $999

DELIVERED, ERECTED WITH CONCRETE $1040

DELIVERED, ERECTED WITH CONCRETE $1179

ABSCO PREMIER GARDEN SHED

ABSCO EXPORT SHED

ABSCO PREMIER GARDEN SHED

Model: 30301GK Zincalume® 3.00mW x 3.00mD x 2.06mH. Single door, gable roof.

Model: 30232GECOK Colour: Green/Cream/Grey 3.00mW x 2.26mD x 2.00mH. Double doors, gable roof.

Model: 30302GECOK Colour: Green/Cream/Grey 3.00mW x 3.00mD x 2.06mH. Double doors, gable roof.

$

599 389

SAVE

$

$ Delivered & Erected FREE

DELIVERED, ERECTED WITH CONCRETE $990

640 420

SAVE

$

Delivered & Erected FREE

DELIVERED, ERECTED WITH CONCRETE $1599

660 490

DELIVERED, ERECTED WITH CONCRETE $849 ABSCO EXPORT SHED Model: 23151GECOK Colour: Green/Cream/Grey 2.3mW x 1.52mD x 1.95mH. Single door, gable roof. 6m2

$

SAVE

$

469 290

$

SAVE

Delivered & Erected FREE

$

Delivered & Erected FREE

PATIO COVERS

DELIVERED & ERECTED WITH CONCRETE $2499

ABSCO REGENT SHED

ABSCO HIGHLANDER SHED

ABSCO HIGHLANDER SHED

Absco Patio Cover

Model: 23221RK Colorbond® 2.26mW x 2.18mD x 2.06mH. Single door, gable roof.

Model: 30292HK Colorbond® 3.00mW x 2.92mD x 2.30mH. Double doors, gable roof.

Model 45232HK Colorbond 4.33mW x 2.26mD x 2.06mH Double doors

Model: ZAAWN33 3.00mL x 3.00mW x 3.00mH 20 year warranty

$

610 372

SAVE

$

Delivered & Erected FREE

1199 434 SAVE

Zincalume®

$

$

$

Delivered & Erected FREE

1945 399 SAVE

$

$

Delivered & Erected FREE

Factory 3, 10-12 Cnr. South Link & Sth Gippsland Highway, Dandenong Visit: www.shedsnmore.com.au or our Indoor Showrooms

Available until 31st January 2014

499 300

SAVE

$

Classic Cream Colorbond®

$

599 500

SAVE

$

PH: 9799 7459 *Absco Garden Sheds Only

1100481-LB48-13

FORD Performance Racing’s quartet of drivers enjoyed strong local support when they visited Freeway Ford in Cranbourne recently in the leadup to the Phillip Island round of the V8 Supercars Championship. More than 100 diehard fans greeted Ford’s four official drivers - two of which are championship contenders - and spent an hour chatting with them and getting an autograph or two from their heroes. The visit led to a successful weekend for the team, with Alex Davison and this year’s Bathurst 1000 winner Mark Winterbottom both recording podium finishes. Winterbottom is still in with a shot at this year’s championship title. He heads into this weekend’s season-ending Sydney 500 124 points behind series leader Jamie Whincup (2815 points) and 20 behind Craig Lowndes (2795). “When we make appearances at Ford dealerships, we know we are going to be greeted by our most passionate fans,” Winterbottom said. “Our trip to Freeway Ford was no different and as we only get down to the south-east once a year the turnout is always good. “It’s great to get that extra bit of motivation from our fans ahead of each event.”


| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Your Health Your Image

Weddings and Parties Picture: Desleigh

layered paper all add up. Couples can keep it simple or add trinkets themselves. Hiring a self-drive vehicle or using a friend’s car can save money on transport. Bridesmaid gowns are cheaper from department or fashion stores than bridal shops. Buying an ex-rental or second-hand wedding dress, checking out samples sales, hiring a dress, or buying a dress online can all make savings on the all-important gown. Free ceremony locations include public parks and gardens, beaches, a friend’s house or your own home.

Sandra Rotunno and Carol Bosward from Contours Narre Warren South.

The shape of things to come NOW is the time to look and plan your ‘future’ health program. Not everyone loves to exercise or eat healthy all the time but getting a balance is very important. Motivation is usually the biggest hurdle. If those who want to get healthy were to find a support team or person to be their mentor and put a health plan in place they will see results happen. Over the past seven years, the Contours Narre Warren South team has helped women from 13 to 80

Smile Now Pay La ter, Interes t Free Loans

Everyone deserves a healthy smile! SERVICES • wisdom teeth • orthodontics • implants • teeth whitening • cosmetic dentistry • general dentistry • kids dentistry

BUDDY’S MINI BUS SERVICE

Orthodontic Treatment

• Concerts • Race Days • Group Functions • Sporting Events • Restaurant Pick Up and Return • Airport Transfers • Convention Shuttles No need for a designated driver, let Buddy’s drive you and your friends to an event or destination of your choice. We are flexible and will work with you to organise your next group outing.

All orthodontics patients receive $500 worth of complimentary home whitening kit at the end of treatment.

Level 1, 4/37 Main Street, Pakenham

Tel. 5940 5115 www.integrateddental.com.au

Implants

Get 1 implant, and receive the 2nd FREE* Save over $2,000

* Special terms and conditions. For dental implants - the second implant has to be placed at the same surgical procedure as the first. For home whitening kit - orthodontic treatment must be complete and the child over the age of 16 years. For the rebate on childrens fillings - this only applies to fillings, not to extractions or any other dental treatment and only to children under 18 yrs and provided the insurance pays out a sum. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Dr Tanya Lee with a patient.

buddysbus@bigpond.com

SUMMER IS ON. SKIN CANCER CLINIC

BERWICK Contours are here to help you get your summer body ready! Call 8794 9670 to get started TODAY with your weight loss

Dr. Michael Inskip Dr. Maged Boules Dr. Rod Smyth Dr. Ankur Bansal 48 Van der Haar Avenue, Berwick, Vic 3806

3 plus 3 free

tel 9769 3358 EARLY DETECTION AND TREATMENT OF SKIN CANCER IS THE KEY 481702-JL22-11

PROMPT, THOROUGH EXAMINATION AT REASONABLE COST WWW.SUNPATROLSCC.COM.AU

Pay for 3 & get 3 Months Free * Conditions apply.

Contours Narre Warren Sth 13/101 Seebeck Drive

contours.net.au

1109634-DJ49-13

Ph: 0488 411 488

years old to love how they look and feel. Exercise and eating healthy doesn’t have to be complicated but making a few changes will improve energy, sleeping, stress levels and much more. Even if those who don’t love exercising could put aside 30 minutes a day they will love the results. Call Contours on 8794 9670 for a free nutrition and fitness plan. Contours is at Shop 13, 101 Seebeck Drive, Narre Warren South.

1059762-EP03-13

other alternative. Wrist corsages for bridesmaids are much cheaper than bouquets and the bride could make her own bridal bouquet. Flowers that are in season are cheaper. Gerberas, daisies, carnations and chrysanthemums are usually reasonably priced while roses and orchids are pricey yearround. Hire a photographer for a few hours rather than a whole day, supply guests with disposable cameras, and enlist university or TAFE students to film your special day. Postage for large or unusually-shaped invitations and embossing, bows, ribbons, and

INTEGRATED Dental Care is a newly-built practice in Pakenham with leading-edge equipment and technology, including digital orthopantogram (OPG) or full mouth X-ray. There’s a play room for the kids and easy wheelchair access and the practice offers a range of services from children’s dentistry to wisdom teeth, general anaesthetics to cosmetic and implant dentistry. Dr Naomi Hollander and the highlytrained staff at Integrated Dental Care are available for general dentistry including cleans and X-rays and patients do not have to pay the gap on health insurance. Twelve-month interest-free loans are also available through Care Credit, which excludes major dental works. And Integrated Dental Care is pleased to welcome a new dentist to the practice, Dr Adren Alinejad. After growing up in Melbourne, Dr Alinejad attended La Trobe University in Bendigo where he graduated with a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Dentistry and Master of Dentistry. Throughout his clinical training, Adren has developed his clinical skills in many regional areas including Mildura, Wodonga and Bendigo where a particular focus was on providing comprehensive and systematic dental care. Being thoughtful and considerate, Adren has a passion for ensuring that the patient’s desires, needs and requirements are addressed, leaving the patient with a healthy and attractive smile. Through dedicating himself to the comfort and satisfaction of his patients, Adren understands the importance of being gentle and mindful, while striving to provide high quality dental care. Integrated Dental Care is at Level 1, 4/37 Main Street, Pakenham. It is open 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 1pm Saturdays. Call 5940 5115 for appointments or more information.

1032167-KS18-12

BUDGETING for a wedding can be a daunting task - especially when the average Australian wedding now costs about $35,000. But there are a few simple ways to cut costs without cutting corners or compromising on your dream day. Avoid mentioning your purchases are for a wedding, or watch the price rise. The traditional wedding season is November to March and Saturday is the most popular day for nuptials - and the cost reflects this. Tying the knot offpeak can save big dollars. For the reception, restaurants that don’t specialise in weddings will charge less. Check which items the venue considers extras and be clear about what you do and do not need. Find out the price per head and ask if there’s a minimum charge. Keep the guest list to your closest friends and family and consider excluding children and plus-ones. A brunch or high tea reception involves less food and guests are likely to drink less. Serving the wedding cake for dessert keeps costs down. Chocolate mud and other alternatives to the traditional wedding cake are often cheaper. Buying a cake undecorated and having a flower arrangement made to place on top can save cash. Square cakes feed more people, and a homemade cake could be a cost-effective option. Candles can add style and elegance to tables without the price tag of floral centrepieces, and teaming flower petals with tea light candles is an-

A Star Advertising Feature

Top care in dentist’s chair

Stay smart to cut costs By CASEY NEILL

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 45

1107739-LB49-13

CN


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 46 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

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

Messages on show By LACHLAN MOORHEAD CHRISTMAS time isn’t just about the carols, but also the stories. Members of the Narre Warren Baptist Church will be bringing these stories to life when they perform their annual Christmas production next week, this year titled The Christmas Movie. The production is a combination of several Christmas yarns, based on three movies including A Christmas Carol, The Grinch and It’s a Wonderful Life. Leigh Kohler, from Narre Warren Baptist Church, said the production would take place over three nights and expected the audience to be very entertained by the fantastic costumes, hilarious scripts and the powerful Christmas message. “It’s a different show every year. We have two big ones, Easter and Christmas,” he said. “This year we’ve decided to draw on previous Christmas movies that have a great message.” Mr Kohler said this year’s cast was very diverse with ages ranging from 11 to over 50, with majority being young adults. The production will take place at Narre Warren Baptist Church, corner of Fox Road and Narre Warren North Road, on 13 and 14 December from 7pm and 15 December from 10am, 1pm and 6pm. For more information visit www. nwbc.net.au or contact 9796 8737.

The Christmas Movie production involves people of all ages showing off their acting talents,including, back, Timothy Goodall, Jarryd Dalton, Karyn Slater and Emily Goodall. In the front are Lee Kohler, Shenae MacLeod, Zac Kohler, Claire Goodall and Gabrielle Dalton.

Barefoot in the dark BERWICK Bowling Club is inviting the community to take off their shoes and kick up their heels for a fun game of barefoot bowls. The club’s promotions committee chairman Tony Wynen said the club had kicked off the barefoot bowling program for season 201314 and urged people to get involved in the fun. “If you ever wondered what lawn bowling is all about this is your opportunity to try and you may even be good at this fabulous sport,” he said. “This game is played by the general public and no skills are required as there are many club volunteers to show you how.” The club has one synthetic green, three grass greens and flood lights for late games. Bookings can be made to start playing from 5pm to 7.30pm every Friday night, with a sausage sizzle starting at 6pm and drinks available at bar prices. Bookings will be taken from groups as small as four people to more than 100. To get involved call Kay Crook on 5944 3708 or mobile 0407 511 493.

theatre word, as Australian GREASE is still the million ltimu w ne his s bring producer John Frost jesty’s Ma r he GREASE to dollar production of . 14 20 2, ary nu Ja m Theatre, Melbourne fro GREASE is the Number One Party musical, featuring all the unforgettable songs from the hit movie including You’re The One That I Want, Grease Is The Word, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Sandy, Greased Lightning and many more. Readers, get ready to dust off your leather jackets, pull on your bobby-socks and take a trip to a simpler time as “bad boy” Danny and “the girl next door” Sandy fall in love all over again. Star News Group is offering 22 readers the chance to win a double pass to see Grease the Musical LIVE on 2 January, 2014 at 8pm. In the lead roles of Danny and Sandy are musical theatre favourite Rob Mills and rising star Gretel Scarlett. Old favourite Bert Newton returns to his radio roots to play the role of slick veteran disc jockey Vince Fontaine, while Todd McKenney stars as Teen Angel and Anthony Callea as Johnny Casino. “GREASE is one of my favourite musicals, and with this top draw cast of musical theatre stars I have no doubt it will again be everyone’s favourite party musical,” producer John Frost said.

Jessica and Brenton, from the Narre Warren North Primary School Choir, are getting ready to sing at the Narre Warren North Uniting Church and Community Carols. 109919 Picture: DONNA OATES

Singers look forward to change By LACHLAN MOORHEAD

To be in the draw to win tickets simply write your name, address and contact number on the back of an envelope and mail to: Grease is the word Competition, PO Box 9, Pakenham Vic 3810. Entries close Friday 13 December, 2013 at 12 noon. More info at www.greaseistheword.com.au or bookings ticketek.com.au Conditions Apply: See starcommunity.com.au for details

1109208-VH48-16

Conditions apply*

THIS month carols will be sung and candles lit for the 23rd year running in Narre Warren North. But not everything will be the same, with the Narre Warren North Uniting Church and communuity carols moving to a new venue for the first time in more than two decades - from Claire Robinson Park to Abeckett Road Reserve. Bert Rae, the co-ordinator of the carols and a 70-plus year stalwart of Narre Warren North, said everyone involved was looking forward to the change

of scenery. “We have really grown over the years and needed to look for a new venue which had adequate parking,” he said. “Our new reserve is three or four times bigger than Claire Robinson Park.” Bert said there were always challenges when moving to a new area, especially after being so used to the previous facility, but he said the carollers were excited about the move. “It’s a lot of work but I get so much pleasure out of running the carols,” he said. “My highlight every year is

when Father Christmas makes an appearance and seeing the looks on the faces of all the kids.” The Narre Warren North Carols is sponsored by several organisations and will feature the Cranbourne Chorale, the Cranbourne Concert Band and the Narre Warren North School Choir. The carols will take place on Saturday 14 December at Abeckket Road Reserve on A’beckett Road from 6.30pm for a $7 entry fee, which will include candles, sausages, lollies and a drink.


CN

| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 47

Classifieds 1300 666 808 Connecting people and communities

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au

Trades&Services

Powered by

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

AIR CONDITIONING

APPLIANCE REPAIRS

Placing your classiďŹ ed advert is so easy...

MJ AIRCONDITIONING & HEATING

FRIDGES AND WASHERS

Tony 0411 966 361 8790 5551

Mail: ClassiďŹ eds, PO Box 9, Pakenham Vic 3810 In Person: Simply call into your local Star News ofďŹ ce and our friendly staff can help you. We accept payment by: VISA/MASTERCARD/EFTPOS

Pensioner Discount Eftpos Available

9791 9994 or 0407 369 211 NIK Refigeration Service P/L

OVEN REPAIRS WEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;LL FIX ANY ELECTRIC OVEN

SETTLEMENT PLUMBING & HEATING

Specializing in Air Conditioning and Heating

(1.5% credit card processing fee applies. Cheques and money orders can be posted in or hand delivered to our local ofďŹ ce)

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; 1074546

Ask about our discounted ongoing advertising rates and how choosing more newspapers gives your advertising more impact and saves you money...

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

SN1098715-JO43-13

Heating / Evaporative Cooling service and repairs

Pat Ferguson 0417 277 220

Classifieds

C741831-KK46-9

Trades: 5pm Monday ClassiďŹ eds: 11am Wednesday Wheel & Deal: 11am Wednesday

C1103002-JL47-13

BLINDS & CURTAINS

E & W Blinds & Security Doors ŕ¸&#x20AC;

STOVES PLUS 9707 0248

LIC. 33033

VULCAN BONAIRE SPECIALIST

DEADLINES

SPECIALISING IN: â&#x20AC;˘ CHEF â&#x20AC;˘ WESTINGHOUSE â&#x20AC;˘ SIMPSON â&#x20AC;˘ MODERN MAID â&#x20AC;˘ ST GEORGE Low fixed Service Call No Labour Charge

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Steve on 0407 704 213

AU06014

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

BATHROOM & KITCHENS

C1099775-JL44-13

FREE QUOTES

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

0419 576 988

EXCAVATOR, BOBCAT AND TIPPER HIRE

C1103037-JL47-13

PROMPT & RELIABLE SERVICE COMPETITIVE RATES STEPHEN MARSHALL 0414 722 892

PL@TINUM BATHROOM RENOVATIONS BERWICK

9796 5373, 0417 553 150

For 5 star renovations Free quote & design. Over 20 years experience.

Steve 0403 712 131

C1103277-JL48-13

Mobile: 0410 598 443 AH: 9791 9092

â&#x20AC;˘ Dishwashers â&#x20AC;˘ Fridges â&#x20AC;˘ Washes â&#x20AC;˘ Electric Ovens â&#x20AC;˘ Commercial â&#x20AC;˘ Air Conditioner â&#x20AC;˘ Installation and Repairs

C710822-JL22-9

Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Gas Heaters All Makes & Models Carbon Monoxide Test with Service

C1086512-KK33-13

Prompt Reliable 25 years experience

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

BERWICK EARTHWORKS

Tiling internal walls remove and replace Verandas pergolas porches decking and doors Sliding doors windows repair and maintenance

Please call Sam: 0434 341 770

DZ Refrigeration & Domestic

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

BOBCAT/EARTHMOVING

SAMS HOME RENOVATIONS A-Z BATHROOM RENOVATIONS

APPLIANCE REPAIRS

AIR CONDITIONING

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C841612-JM36-10

YOUR LOCAL BOBCAT AND TIPPER HIRE ALL TYPES OF JOBS

C723669-JL36-9

Installation, Service & Repairs All brands

(include your name, address and phone number)

Same Day Prompt Service Fully Qualified and Licensed

Don: 0408 831 947

Promote Your Business Online

-*$

t4BMFT t*OTUBMMBUJPO4FSWJDF Damien Murphy t1MVNCJOH(BTmUUJOH

0439 001 341

berwickheatingairconditioning@gmail.com

C1098569-JO43-13

for just

WOW! - Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just $286 per year.

25 YEARSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; EXPERIENCE ALL TICKETS

Barry: 0407 805 742, 5998 2602

BOBCAT AND EXCAVATORS

PER WEEK

35 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience â?&#x161; Site clearing â?&#x161; Driveways â?&#x161; Foundations â?&#x161; Drainage â?&#x161; Post and stump holes. â?&#x161; 10 metre tippers â?&#x161; Excavators, 3 & 6 tonne â?&#x161; Retaining Walls â?&#x161; Landscaping Garry 0413 580 508

+ G.S.T

Add content to the web page yourself or let Easy Finder build the page for you for just $100 + G.S.T.

Business Title

Photo Gallery

Business Address

Summary Decription

Heating / Evaporative Cooling Service and Repairs

0409 013 276

Video

Photo Gallery

Business Address

Summary Decription Google Map

Trading Hours

Phone Fax Website Email

Locations

Business Decription Video

Business Title

Rating

Photo Gallery

Contact Form

Business Address

Summary Decription

Lic- 21795

Business Title

Business Decription

Google Map

Rating

Phone Fax Website Email

C750698-JL52-9

BRIVIS SPECIALIST

C1065414-KG48-12

Google Map Phone Fax Website Email

Your business will appear in a mobile optimised format

Business Decription Video

Rating

Trading Hours Locations

MELBOURNE AIR CONDITIONING Fully installed 5 point evaporative cooling from $2400 Call now for a Free Quote 0423 212 282 Phone 8790 4338 Fax 8790 4142 LIC46560 www.melbaircon.com LO89380 C1096639-JL42-13

Trading Hours Locations

â&#x20AC;˘ Driveways â&#x20AC;˘ Site cleaning â&#x20AC;˘ Storm water & Sewer â&#x20AC;˘ Foundations

C202715-DJ43-3

BOBCAT WITH BACKHOE

5

webpage

BERWICK Heating & Air Conditioning

Also available small and medium excavators

info@easyfinder.com.au

Get a

C1103403-JL48-13

AH 9704 7325

1300 666 808

Contact Form

Contact Form

C1102893-JL47-13

C1090841-JO37-13

C1090200-JO36-13

ARCtick: L047621

C643075-JM27-8

Lic: 43191

C1048398-PJ35-12

Phone: 1300 666 808 (Open 8.30-6pm Mon-Fri) Fax: 03 5945 0667 Email: classiďŹ eds@starnewsgroup.com.au

BATHROOM & KITCHENS

C1073855-KK5-13

DEADLINE


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 48 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Trades&Services

Powered by

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

Tiles Grout Lounge Suites Cars Hot Water Electricity Located in Van Guaranteed, Not clean no money

â&#x20AC;˘ Pergolas â&#x20AC;˘ Decks â&#x20AC;˘ Carports â&#x20AC;˘ Concreting (all forms) â&#x20AC;˘ Renovations â&#x20AC;˘ All Building Maintenance C742327-JL52-9

www.brentwoodgarages.com.au

VERANDAHS, PERGOLAS AND CARPORTS HIA MEMBER

L & M CONSTRUCTIONS Mobile: 0418 551 715 AH: 9702 0212

A/H: 5940 1026

ALL CARPENTRY WORK

GLEN

C1081672-KK12-13

C1034615-PJ23-12

Ph: 0419 557 254 AH: 9796 0175

SJH CARPENTRY

GRANTS DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION

For a Free Quote call Steve:

CARPORTS PERGOLAS VERANDAHS DECKING

CARPET CLEANING

SN1076933-PJ23-13

0415 929 454

C1082376-JJ13-13

FOR ALL YOUR CARPENTRY/HANDYMAN NEEDS

â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Decks â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Pergolas â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Retaining Walls â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Stairs â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Internal & External Carpentry

For expert advice and quotes phone

0400 018 278

0415 354 775

AA

C753952-KS01-10

Craven Concreting All types of concreting 25 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience

Pty Ltd

Phone Ashleigh 0414 543 094

New Carpet from $25pm Free quotes call Ned 0419 301 116, 5625 3141

CONCRETE COLOUR SEALING & CLEANING

CLEANING SERVICES

Garages, Driveways, Pergolas, Paths, etc. OVER 20 COLOURS TO CHOOSE FROM Free Quotes

Â&#x2021;'RPHVWLFDQG&RPPHUFLDO&OHDQLQJÂ&#x2021; Â&#x2021;0RYLQJ2XWDQG0RYLQJ,QÂ&#x2021; Â&#x2021;3ROLFH&KHFNHGDQG)XOO\,QVXUHGÂ&#x2021; Â&#x2021;$OO-REV:HOFRPHÂ&#x2021; Â&#x2021;)UHH4XRWHVÂ&#x2021;

Call Frankie: 0410 263 147

TRUST A BETTER CLEANING SERVICE Complete Domestic & Commercial Cleaning Service TOfďŹ ce Cleaning - free steam cleaning TSteam Cleaning TWindow Cleaning TBuilders Clean - Move in or out - free steam cleaning TFully Insured

CALL CHRIS ON 0413 382 565 7 DAYS C1103816-JL49-13

CONCRETE SERVICES

Ring Gerry: 0431 028 840

â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;

MEB & SON CONCRETING Footings, garages, v crossings, drives, paths & patios. In plain, colour, slate or stencil. Also plumbing, saw cutting, 3T excavator, bobcat & tip trucks NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL

Ring Jim for a free quote 0417 054 198

C683114-BG51-8

CUSTOMLINE CONCRETE

Free Quotes for: Colour & Plain Concrete Resealing Driveways Cleaning Concreteŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;Starting from $300 *Conditions apply

Call David on: 0419 643 336 ABN 65199041892

A & F CONCRETING

Casey Carpet

DJK CONCRETING

â&#x20AC;˘ SPECIALISING IN ALL TYPES OF CONCRETING/ CONCRETE PATTERN, SLABS â&#x20AC;˘ FOUNDATIONS ETC. â&#x20AC;˘ ALL DOMESTIC & INDUSTRIAL

Steam Cleaning â&#x153;&#x201C; Free deodorising â&#x153;&#x201C; Tile and grout cleaning

GRANT: 0412 431 263 AH: 8790 4455

COBBLE-CRETE

â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;

Carpentry Service

â&#x20AC;˘ Replace Doors, Windows â&#x20AC;˘ All Home Maintenance â&#x20AC;˘ Specialising in Small Jobs Friendly Reliable Service, Reasonable Rates

ph 1300 658 851

C51535-BG25-8

ÍťÇ&#x2020;Ć&#x2030;Ĺ˝Ć?Ä&#x17E;Ä&#x161;Ĺ?Ĺ?Ć&#x152;Ä&#x17E;Ĺ?Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x161;Ä&#x17E;Ć?ÍťĆ&#x152;Ĺ?Ç&#x20AC;Ä&#x17E;Ç Ä&#x201A;Ç&#x2021;Ć? ÍťŽŜÄ?Ć&#x152;Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x161;Ä&#x17E;ZÄ&#x17E;Ć?ĆľĆ&#x152;ĨÄ&#x201A;Ä?Ĺ?ĹśĹ? ÍťŽůŽƾĆ&#x152;Ä&#x17E;Ä&#x161;Ä&#x201A;ĹśÄ&#x161;WĹŻÄ&#x201A;Ĺ?ĹśŽŜÄ?Ć&#x152;Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x161;Ä&#x17E; ͝ŽÄ?Ä?Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x161;Ä&#x201A;ĹśÄ&#x161;ϲždĹ?Ć&#x2030;Ć&#x2030;Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;

F.D.M CLEANING SERVICE

25 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience in all aspects of carpentry

www.selectpergolas.com.au For a free concept quotation:

$60

Carpet laid new and used. Repairs and restretches Carpet sold most major brands

C997473-JL2-12

Designers of custom concepts for relaxed, secluded environments to suit your needs.

FROM

Richard Dawson

Carpets

Mobile: 0439 035 994

DD

3 ROOMS

Kovac

Specialising in new homes, fixing, frames, renovations, form work, extensions, retaining walls, pergolas and decking.

C871525-KK48-10

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY STEAM CLEANING ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x153;&#x201D; Repairs â&#x153;&#x201D; Stretching â&#x153;&#x201D; Laying Great job, cheap rates.

Decking, Carports & Pergolas

www.LMConstructions.com.au

WARDLEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CLEANING SERVICES

CARPET LAYER

20 YEARSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; EXPERIENCE

Browneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

C1029002-KK20-12

OBLIGATION FREE QUOTES & QUALITY GUARANTEED

MOBILE: 0439 401 026

CARPENTERS

Building Practitioner Reg No DB-L1010

C1102415-JL47-13

CARPET LAYING

C752114-KK52-9

Ph/Fax 9796 8575

Cnr. Princes Highway and Vesper Drive, Narre Warren

7 Days a Week

Call Ross 0412 361 026

MICHAEL

Brent 0412 032 846

$60

Rooms

C1096168-PJ41-13

904026-FB10-11

9754 8767, 0408 998 872, 0407 046 210

PLANS AND PERMITS PROVIDED FREE QUOTE AND PROMPT SERVICE

4

High Tech, Powerful Machine!

Over 50 years' experience in â&#x20AC;˘ Domestic Building â&#x20AC;˘ Extensions â&#x20AC;˘ Renovations â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchens Also Bldg Consultancy at very affordable prices. Reg. Bldg Prac. Master Builder Member

C1053736-KK40-12

â&#x20AC;˘ VERANDAHS â&#x20AC;˘ PERGOLAS â&#x20AC;˘ CARPORTS â&#x20AC;˘ DECKINGS â&#x20AC;˘ BRICK GARAGES

â&#x20AC;˘ Dandenong â&#x20AC;˘ Noble Park â&#x20AC;˘ Endeavour Hills â&#x20AC;˘ Hampton Park AND SURROUNDING AREAS

From

15 years experience 0403 001 958 2-3 Hours to Dry 9706 3957

BUILDING SERVICES P/L

GARAGES & CARPORTS

PH: 9704 7822

Professional Carpet Steam Cleaning

FREE QUOTE 0417 535 032

BRENTWOOD

$

C1079319-KK10-13

â&#x20AC;˘ Deckings â&#x20AC;˘ Carports â&#x20AC;˘ Pergolas â&#x20AC;˘ General carpentry

CALL WAYNE FOR FREE QUOTE â&#x20AC;˘ 9769 5432 â&#x20AC;˘ 0438 085 075

www.interlinkcleaning.com.au

66

â&#x20AC;˘ Pergolas & Paths â&#x20AC;˘ Exposed Aggregate â&#x20AC;˘ Driveways â&#x20AC;˘ Slate Impression â&#x20AC;˘ Garage & Shed Floors â&#x20AC;˘ Faux Brick - Colour & Plain 20 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience | Free Quotes | All Areas

NO JOB TOO BIG OR SMALL FREE QUOTE ANY TIME RING 9700 4378 C63804-BG25-8

3 rooms for $60 0401 234 672 or 9799 7229

Ph Sam 0414 507 247 or 0466 981 308 Turning your concreting ideas into a reality

C939766-JL26-11

Carpentry

Ph 0403 000 009

Berwick Sand and Soil Mini Mix Supply

M

O e FR t i n ow r i z ca n p G ES Va ook cky A B lu ACK ing P lud T inc GS

â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;

Aaron Gillard

MINI MIX CONCRETE

C1083963-JO30-13

Big Azz Constructions

C1077667-PJ8-13

PROJECT Dimensions

CARPORTS DECKING LANDSCAPING RETAINING WALLS â&#x20AC;˘ PERGOLAS â&#x20AC;˘ FENCING â&#x20AC;˘ CONCRETING â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

Have an Inter Link Clean en y? ddas pertr our! i H tr p r o n t e a w No E x g a & e d r

New truck mount technology Carpet Steam Cleaning Dry Cleaning Upholstery Cleaning/Auto Fabric Protection Leather Cleaning Tile & grout cleaning 24 hour flood disaster service

C964661-JM37-11

HBL CONSTRUCTIONS PTY. LTD

www.hillys.com.au

C991238-TB49-11

DBU 6442

Phone Andrew 0403 191 459

C754253-SJ1-10

504483

Carpets Cost! Protect your investment. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have a standard clean.

C1102716-JL47-13

â&#x20AC;˘ PERGOLAS â&#x20AC;˘ DECKING â&#x20AC;˘ CARPORTS

C782898-SJ16-10

Let us take the worry out of extending your home with over 30 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience

0412 107 629, 9796 9988

ON TIME QUALITY BUILDERS

C167851-KK18-3

Hillyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Constructions

CONCRETE SERVICES

C1093699-JO39-13

AFFORDABLE HOME EXTENSIONS â&#x20AC;˘ Plans and permits arranged â&#x20AC;˘ Bathroom makeovers, window and door replacements, â&#x20AC;˘ Internal walls removed, plastering and bricklaying Phone Harry

CARPET CLEANING C967363-JL38-11

BUILDERS

â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;

BUILDERS

CARPETS

& Maintenance service

PROFESSIONALLY STEAM CLEANED

Commercial & Domestic

Established 1989

C698645-JM13-9

Extensions - Renovations - Bathroom Refurbs & Shopfitting

Free Sanitising and deodorising

Phone Des: 0419 541 719 A.H. 9705 2463

SN1080884-PJ27-13

C982119-JL45-11

GLENN 0403 263 197

Call 0430 558 500 or 9702 9673

ULTIMATE

PTY LTD

PERGOLAS, DECKS, & ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS

4 ROOMS FOR $65

t Carpet t Upholstery t Leather t Tile & Grout t Water & Flood Damage t Safe & Non-Toxic t Dry in 1-2 Hrs Call Dermot: 0425 766 528 Available Weekends

Andrew Craven Concreting www.andrewcravenconcreting.com.au Phone Andrew on

0408 585 508, 5998 1127 Support your local tradesman for ALL your concreting needs!

ANDSOR CONCRETING Specialising in all aspects of concreting â&#x20AC;˘ Plain, Colour, Stamped, Faux Brick and Exposed â&#x20AC;˘ Garage & Shed Floors â&#x20AC;˘ Driveways â&#x20AC;˘ Pergolas â&#x20AC;˘ Carports â&#x20AC;˘ Latest colours and patterns â&#x20AC;˘ No job too big or small â&#x20AC;˘ Please call for a reliable service & Free quote. â&#x20AC;˘ Fully insured.

WINTER HAS PASSED

SUMMER WONT LAST

t6OJU4JUFTt(BSBHFTt%SJWFXBZTt1FSHPMBT t1MBJO$PMPVSFEt4MBUF*NQSFTTJPO t'BVY#SJDLt&YQPTFE"HHSFHBUF

BOOK IN NOW, FILLING UP FAST!

NeatCrete CONCRETING SERVICES UĂ&#x160;   Ă&#x160; /Ă&#x160; "* / Ă&#x160;U UĂ&#x160; Ă&#x20AC;Â&#x2C6;Ă&#x203A;iĂ&#x153;>Ă&#x17E;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;>Ă&#x20AC;>}iĂ&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;*>Ă&#x152;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x153;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;-Ă&#x152;iÂŤĂ&#x192;Ă&#x160; UĂ&#x160;,iĂ&#x152;>Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;iĂ&#x20AC;Ă&#x160;7>Â?Â?Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;*Â&#x153;Â&#x2DC;`Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160; >Ă&#x192;Â&#x2C6;VĂ&#x160;>Â&#x2DC;`Ă&#x192;V>ÂŤÂ&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;}Ă&#x160; UĂ&#x160;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;Â&#x2C6;Ă&#x160; Â&#x153;LV>Ă&#x152;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160; Ă?V>Ă&#x203A;>Ă&#x152;Â&#x153;Ă&#x20AC;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;/Â&#x2C6;ÂŤÂŤiĂ&#x20AC;

Â&#x153;Ă&#x160;Â&#x153;LĂ&#x160;/Â&#x153;Â&#x153;Ă&#x160;-Â&#x201C;>Â?Â? 8790 4294 C1030035-KG20-12

Ben: 0417 201 484

C1103795-JL49-13

Building

C1085227-JO32-13

Hampton Park

C1092794-PJ38-12

C950106-JL30-11


CN

| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 49

Trades&Services

Powered by

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808 ELECTRICIANS

FENCING & GATES

FURNITURE REMOVALS

ALL ALL TYPES TYPES OF OF

Electrician

DANIAL POWER FENCING

E & Y REMOVALS & STORAGE

All areas from Dandenong through to Warragul

C594323-BG2-8

ElectricGates Pakenham

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

WEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;LL GET YOU IN - 0431 139 205

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

1300 644 698

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Sliding Gates, Swing Gates, Farm Gates & Personal Entry Gates Fax 5940 1022 pakenhamautomation@yahoo.com

L&L ELECTRICS ŕ¸&#x20AC;

All Types of Domestic & Commercial Work ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

0407 858 653

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x2DC;&#x2026;

ELECTRICAL SERVICES

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;â&#x2DC;&#x2026;

Prompt and Reliable Service

Phone 0419 775 259 or 8751 4016

9704 1889

ELECTRICIANS

SOUTHERN

BJ RELIABLE JOBS

LIGHT AND POWER C435520-KK21-6

All electrical works, Domestic, Commercial, Industrial â&#x20AC;˘ Fans â&#x20AC;˘ Split AC â&#x20AC;˘ Safety Switches â&#x20AC;˘ Power Points â&#x20AC;˘ Garages etc.

Split System A/C units Ceiling fans Switch board upgrades

New Homes Extensions Power Points Safety Switches

Electrical Contractor

REC 12464

CROSS

DOMESTIC | COMMERCIAL |

Pool - Front - Balustrades - Handrails in Galvanised or Stainless Steel FREE QUOTES Phone Theo 9792 9898 - 0414 663 746 BY: A.P.T. CONSTRUCTIONSC1013092-PJ10-12 P/L

SUPPLY ONLY OR SUPPLY & ERECT TRADE & DIRECT TO PUBLIC Unbeatable Prices on: â&#x20AC;˘ Paling Fencing â&#x20AC;˘ Picket Fencing â&#x20AC;˘ Sleepers l Specia on â&#x20AC;˘ Steel â&#x20AC;&#x153;Hâ&#x20AC;? & â&#x20AC;&#x153;Câ&#x20AC;? Sections â&#x20AC;˘ Hardware Pricesers â&#x20AC;˘ Woven Fence Extensions â&#x20AC;˘ Posts & Poles p Slee â&#x20AC;˘ Gate Frames made to order

Matt Haines Mobile: 0404 864 381 REC No: 20316

INDUSTRIAL

Call John on 9769 5515 Mob 0412 140 520

REC 19826

Wiring and Rewiring specialists All types of electrical work â&#x20AC;˘ TV Points â&#x20AC;˘ Phone plus data Free â&#x20AC;˘ Split System Air Conditioners Quotes

24 Vesper Drive, Narre Warren Mon-Fri 7am - 3.30pm

Rec 9276

9796 9159 or 0419 255 543

C752078-KK52-9

0417 104 706 9704 0150 (AH)

C1097807-JO43-13

DAVID MOSES ELECTRICAL For all your Electrical Needs Â&#x2021;3KRQH'DWD 79Â&#x2021;([SHUW$GYLFH Â&#x2021;)UHH4XRWHV %HVW3ULFHV Â&#x2021;3HQVLRQHU'LVFRXQWV

A H FENCING & TIMBER PTY LTD

TOPLINE ELECTRICâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S

9705 6288

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Phone 5998 8469

Call for a free quote Mark 0401 523 330

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Rec 13703

C1080958-JL27-13

Contact Gary 0434 406 263 SAME DAY FREE QUOTE!

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

0413 933 346 info@baltawroughtiron.com.au

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

22 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience â&#x20AC;˘ Non- toxic, oil based, gloss plus matt finishes â&#x20AC;˘ New and old â&#x20AC;˘ Obligation free quotes all areas

Gerrit 0407 097 556

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

FURNITURE REMOVALS C1080140-JL26-13

BALTA WROUGHT IRON

Local A Grade Electrician Servicing Berwick, BeaconsďŹ eld, Narre Warren, OfďŹ cer, Pakenham, Cranbourne Domestic & Commercial No Job Too Small

FLOOR SANDING & POLISHING

C656920-HJ35-8

No obligation free quotes

C1097544-PJ42-13

YĆľÄ&#x201A;ĹŻĹ?ÄŽÄ&#x17E;Ä&#x161;Î&#x2DC;>Ĺ?Ä?Ä&#x17E;ĹśĆ?Ä&#x17E;Ä&#x161; &Ĺ˝Ć&#x152;Ć&#x2030;Ć&#x152;ŽžĆ&#x2030;Ć&#x161;Î&#x2DC;Ć&#x152;Ä&#x17E;ĹŻĹ?Ä&#x201A;Ä?ĹŻÄ&#x17E;Ć?Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;Ç&#x20AC;Ĺ?Ä?Ä&#x17E;Í&#x2DC; EŽŊŽÄ?Ć&#x161;ŽŽĆ?ĹľÄ&#x201A;ĹŻĹŻÍ&#x2DC; >Ĺ?Ĺ?Ĺ&#x161;Ć&#x161;Ć?Í&#x2022;WĹ˝Ç Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;WĹ˝Ĺ?ĹśĆ&#x161;Ć?Í&#x2022;Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x161;Ä&#x201A;Í&#x2022;WĹ&#x161;ŽŜÄ&#x17E;Í&#x2022; Î&#x2DC;dsWĹ˝Ĺ?ĹśĆ&#x161;Ć?Í&#x2DC;ZÄ&#x17E;Ä?ώϯϭϹϲÍ&#x2DC;

MIRROR FINISH FLOORS

PALINGS, PICKETS, GATES AND REMOVALS

A GRADE ELECTRICIAN

C916207-JL15-11

OMEGA FENCING

Affordable Lawn Care ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

For a free quote call: Brett 0430 855 787

C999189-PJ3-12

9796 2333

www.GarageDoorSolutions.com.au

GARDEN SERVICES

FENCING & GATES

Faults, Repairs and Maintenance Switchboard Upgrades New Home and Renovations TV Points and Antennas Lighting Upgrades ALL TYPES OF ELECTRICAL WORK

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1097463-PJ42-13

WHERE WE GO THE EXTRA MILE Over 20 years experience Specialist in: â&#x20AC;˘ New and Existing â&#x20AC;˘ Floating Floors â&#x20AC;˘ Timber, Cork and Parquetry Flooring â&#x20AC;˘ Verandahs

C1097429-JO42-13

â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘ â&#x20AC;˘

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

EASY GLIDE GARAGE DOORS ph: 0409 000 026

Dean 9700 5898 or 0439 995 150

ELECTRICIAN No Job Too Small. Call for reliable service & a no obligation free quote.

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Free quote on roller doors, panel doors, remote controls. Will beat any genuine quote.

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

DISTANCE FLOORING

Rhys Backman REC 21563 Mob. 0402 138 940

3 Intrepid St

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ON AUTO OPENERS AND GARAGE DOORS

C976310-JL42-11

C1079428-JO25-13

C1079759-JO26-13

0 4 0 0 57 9 4 8 2 Find out more at: www.roosterelectrics.com.au

Berwick

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

SALES, SERVICE & REPAIRS

3yr warranty, free quotes, top quality & best price HONEST Y, INTEGRIT Y, DEPENDABILIT Y Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m your local sparky with GREAT prices on a broad range of services! All Electrical Work + TV points and Antennas! NO JOB TOO SMALL!!! Call Ryan for a free quote!

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

SUPER SPECIAL

ABACUS FLOORING ŕ¸&#x20AC;

36 Years of Experienceâ&#x20AC;Ś And the guarantee of quality & ongoing serviceâ&#x20AC;Ś.

GARAGE DOORS & REMOTES

FLOOR SERVICES

FARM SERVICES

REC22612

Garage Door Sales, Motors and Servicing. FREE MEASURE AND QUOTE Over 15 years experience.

Call Blake on 0439 865 590

v

Steel Fencing & Gates

1016483-JJ12-12

C1101031-JO45-13

C1101420-JO46-13

C1092679-JO39-13

0411 027 778

GARAGE/GARAGE DOORS

Palings, Pickets, Colorbond Fences & Gates

Avatar Power Services REC#: 13666

9707 5700, 9768 9153

SAXON FENCING

Call Chris: 0416 079 689 - 9700 4054

Â&#x2021;3RZHU3RLQWVÂ&#x2021;6HFXULW\6HQVRU/LJKWV Â&#x2021;&HLOLQJ)DQVÂ&#x2021;6DIHW\6ZLWFKHV Â&#x2021;5H:LULQJ

PHONE FOR OBLIGATION FREE QUOTATION

C1103673-JL49-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

AND STORAGE â&#x20AC;˘ Local, Country & Interstate â&#x20AC;˘ Antiques & Pianos a speciality â&#x20AC;˘ Cartons & Porta-robes for hire or sale â&#x20AC;˘ Full packing available

C1078115-JO25-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; Ring Vince for a free quote

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

LEIGH HUNTER REMOVALS

Factory Showroom 4/21-23 Enterprise Ave Berwick 9796 2966

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

All packing materials available

��ż˝ 9796 8948 MOB 0409 259 466

Specialist in in gate gate automation automation Specialist to new new and and existing existing gates gates to

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

7 days a week

C1064222-KK48-12

All types of concreting

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1096422-PJ42-13

VINCE PAVING

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x20AC;˘ Interstate â&#x20AC;˘ Specialist in Pianos and Antiques

C765699-JM8-10

24 HOUR SERVICE ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x20AC;˘ Glazed Wrought Iron Doors â&#x20AC;˘ Artistic Blacksmithing

â&#x20AC;˘ Gates Swing and Sliding â&#x20AC;˘ Matching Fence Panels

â&#x20AC;˘ City â&#x20AC;˘ Country

ALâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S LAWN CARE

ARE YOU MOVING? PLEASE CALL:

0412 301 596 ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Fully Insured ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1080004-JO26-13

J.L. Hutt Electrical

30 YEARSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; EXPERIENCE For Professional tradesman and FREE quote call Lou on 0419 881 219

REMOVALS Backload to and from QLD, NSW, ACT, & SA

C822220-JL29-10

All types of electrical work/telephone points BERWICK â&#x20AC;˘ BEACONSFIELD â&#x20AC;˘ PAKENHAM Ring Paul Hayes 0418 174 522, 9707 3221 C285290-TJ51-4 C1076227-JO23-13

â&#x20AC;˘ Stencilled Brick Paving â&#x20AC;˘ Exposed aggregate â&#x20AC;˘ Slate Pattern Paving â&#x20AC;˘ Coloured Concrete â&#x20AC;˘ Driveways, Garages, Patios, Paths, etc.

FRONTERA â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘ Storage Surburban

31331pa

C722828-KK32-9

Constructions PTY LTD

5941-7613 or 9700-0277

Residential and Commercial

ELECTRICS REC11050

SN1082652-PJ28-13

Working in conjunction with J. Mason REC 19688

C1025160-JM18-12

0405 816 957, 5997 7469

Livingston Flynn Wrought Iron

1047306-KG34-12

Victoria Concrete

All suburbs

Tony Carson 0420 315 207 C1064688-PJ48-12

Â&#x2021;/RFDO &RXQWU\Â&#x2021;'RRUWRGRRUVHUYLFH Â&#x2021;)ULHQGO\DQGUHOLDEOHVHUYLFH

C1082466-JO29-13

Call Gary: 0417 317 482 Or Barry 0419 881 416

Paling fences and gates. Free measure and quote

C62885-BG24-8

â&#x20AC;˘ All types of in home domestic, commercial & industrial work, small or large â&#x20AC;˘ Free quotes, pensioner discounts & very prompt service â&#x20AC;˘ 24hr emergency service available â&#x20AC;˘ Air conditioning & lighting design specialists â&#x20AC;˘ Underground systems & garden lighting

C1094081-JO40-13

UĂ&#x160; >Ă&#x20AC;Ă&#x160;ÂŤ>Ă&#x20AC;Â&#x17D;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160; Ă&#x2022;Ă&#x20AC;LĂ&#x160;Ă&#x153;Â&#x153;Ă&#x20AC;Â&#x17D;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160; UĂ&#x160; Ă&#x20AC;Â&#x2C6;Ă&#x203A;iĂ&#x153;>Ă&#x17E;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160; Ă?ÂŤÂ&#x153;Ă&#x192;i`Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160; Ă&#x20AC;Â&#x153;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x192;Â&#x153;Ă&#x203A;iĂ&#x20AC;Ă&#x192;

C1094498-PJ40-13

C1101292-JO46-13

CONCRETING

C1016086-KK12-12

CONCRETE SERVICES

For all your Lawn & Garden needs

Call Al 0401 538 111


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 50 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Trades&Services

Powered by

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808 HANDY PERSONS

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C179940-PJ10-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

GLASS/GLAZING

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL AUTOMOTIVE

FREE QUOTES - CALL JASON 0421 027 429 jasons_handymanservice@live.com.au

Phone Dean 0430 286 265

Call DOUG AMOS

Over 20 Yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Experience

KEVIN THE HANDYMAN

GIRLS IN GUMBOOTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S C1090611-JO37-13

GENERAL HOME REPAIR & MAINTENANCE ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

MR LOCK & KEYS FOR ALL YOUR LOCK AND KEY REQUIREMENTS

<Ĺ?Ć&#x161;Ä?Ĺ&#x161;Ä&#x17E;ĹśÎ&#x2DC;Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x161;Ĺ&#x161;Ć&#x152;ŽŽžZÄ&#x17E;ŜŽÇ&#x20AC;Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x;ŽŜĆ? ÍťW/Ed/E'ÍťW>^dZ/E'Íťd/>/E'Íť Íť&E/E'Íť</E'ÍťWZ'K>^Íť

GLASS REPLACEMENT SPECIALISTS ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

CALL MICHAEL - 8774 7860 - 0421 104 586

FOR

ÍŽ^>//E''d^Î&#x2DC;ZK>>ZKKZ^ÍŽ&ZYhKd^Î&#x2DC;s/ÍŽ

CALL KEVIN: 0412 341 724 C1087460-PJ34-13

AUSSIE EMERGENCY GLASS

C1100065-JL45-13

Steveâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Home Maintenance

50% DISCOUNT* or cover $100 excess

DOMESTIC MESTIC -- COMMERCIAL DO ALL SUBURBS

C1076360-JL7-13

For a free no obligation quote Phone: Shelly 0459 607 298

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

LOCKSMITHS HANDY MAN SERVICE

C1088690-JL35-13

WOMEN THAT MOW WITH CLASS GUARANTEE THE PERFECT CUT GRASS

MIKE 0415 0415 524 280

www.mrlockandkeys.com.au

For honest, reliable service specialising in:

Windowsâ&#x20AC;Ś Doorsâ&#x20AC;Ś Shop Frontsâ&#x20AC;Ś

Also ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Homes, Businesses, Off ices, Insurance Work

9548 3000 or 0418 881 551

SN1080741-PJ27-13

Â&#x201D; Pergolas Â&#x201D; Carp orts Â&#x201D; Dec ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

k ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ing

All general maintenance - FREE QUOTES

5941 5527 or 0409 560 385

PAINTERS/DECORATORS

KITCHENS

C1089682-PJ37-13

9705 7911

Visit our display at

64-68 Enterprise Ave BERWICK

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1097964-JO43-13

C1094584-JO40-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1032569-KK22-12

HOME MAINTENANCE

Anything you need a bloke to do around the house

0428 384 623 ECONOMY CARPENTRY â&#x20AC;˘ Pergolas â&#x20AC;˘ Decks â&#x20AC;˘ Carports & Gazebos â&#x20AC;˘ Ramps â&#x20AC;˘ Bathroom & Kitchen Renos Honest and Reliable GUY FREE QUOTES

PENSIONER DISCOUNT

0410 475 166 AH 5940 0390

C1086336-JO33-13

Commercial, industrial and domestic. Interior and exterior. We also can spray roof and fence. A great job guaranteed for the best price. Free quotes.

G.W.P LANDSCAPES

Gary Plunkett

0410 566 535, 9799 8661

C1032009-PJ21-12

New Gardens / Makeovers Paving Retaining Walls Irrigation Maintenance

Unik Painting Service ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

0414 479 569

K.L.A. LANDSCAPING THE BEST PRICE IN TOWN ALL ASPECTS OF LANDSCAPING â&#x20AC;˘ Design and construction â&#x20AC;˘ Garden restoration â&#x20AC;˘ Retaining walls â&#x20AC;˘ Water feature â&#x20AC;˘ Turf and seeding â&#x20AC;˘ Commercial and domestic FULLY INSURED FREE QUOTES 7 DAYS 0408 565 864 9792 1571 (AH)

LANDSCAPING Outdoor Living Solutions t1BWJOH t8BUFS'FBUVSFT t3FUBJOJOH8BMMT

ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Quality Work Guaranteed 0409 505 750

9704 8046

PEST CONTROL

TOTAL CONTROL

t4ZOUIFUJD*OTUBOU5VSG t(FOFSBM-BOETDBQJOH t%FDLJOH5JNCFS4DSFFOT

GEORGE 0407 15 12 15

C1039050-KK27-12

0412 439 588

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

DENIS AROUND THE HOUSE

C1090469-PJ36-13

For Free Quote Call Renee:

SAS Painting

C1032635-JM22-12

C841204-JM36-10

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

HANDY PERSONS

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Reliable Service with Old-Fashioned Careâ&#x20AC;?

T/F 9 7 0 5 2 5 2 4 M: 0 4 3 0 3 5 3 0 8 0 Ben

1009286_1-PJ18-13

C1093993-JO39-13 C1064157-KK48-12

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x20AC;˘ Vanity Units & Wardrobes â&#x20AC;˘ Bathroom & Laundry Cabinets â&#x20AC;˘ Installation

www.scarletkitchens.com.au

J.A.C GLASS ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Interior/ext commercial/domestic High quality. Solve the problem Free quotes. You list it we fix it

Matthew 0421 332 250

Phone 9791 8184 27 Riverview Crescent Eumemmerring.

C931326-KK22-11

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Call Mal 0448 101 771

LANDSCAPING

â&#x2013;  General glazing â&#x2013;  Mirrors & glass cut to size â&#x2013;  Shower screen repairs

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

For all Your Garden Maintenance Needs QualiďŹ ed Horticulturalist 28 Years Experience

â&#x20AC;˘ New Kitchens â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchen Renovations â&#x20AC;˘ Bench Top & Door Replacements

Doveton Glass

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Domestic / Commercial SPECIALISING IN PRE-SALE MAKEOVERS

For all your cabinetry requirements

Call Darren 0412 584 914

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

All aspects of painting

Prompt, Clean & Reliable

SCARLET KITCHENS

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

M & J PAINTING

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Pool Fencing, Shopfronts and Doggy Doors Prompt and Reliable.

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

RENEEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S SMART GARDEN & LAWN CARE

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Phone Aaron: 0409 518 168

C751261-JL51-9

LAWN MOWING

Landscaping Specials Now On

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Cutts Glass Window Replacements, Mirrors, Splashbacks,

C1103261-JL48-13

LAWN MOWING & HOME MAINTENANCE

Pakenham to Dandenong Townhouse / Unit $20 Small house lots $25 - $30 Call Gerry for prompt attention Mobile 0432 953 237 After Hours 5968 1510

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

PEST & WEED ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

For prompt & efficient control of: Rodents/ Ants/ Cockroaches/ Spiders/ Termites etc.

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Health Dep. Lic. No. L002443

Tel/Fax: 9703 0717 www.termitesmelb.com.au

XXXPVUEPPSMJWJOHTPMVUJPOTMBOETDBQFDPN

PLASTERERS

Plantopia Garden Design & Construction QualiďŹ ed Horticulturist

BRETT GARDNER PLASTERING

â&#x153;&#x201D; Paving â&#x153;&#x201D; Turf Installation â&#x153;&#x201D; Retaining Walls

â&#x153;&#x201D; Landscaping â&#x153;&#x201D; Pool Surrounds â&#x153;&#x201D; Decks

Call Darren 0434 039 034 See us on Facebook at Plantopia Garden Design

C1033134-JJ22-12

0402 662 742

Call George: 0487 901 843

Custom Line KITCHENS ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1062414-KG47-12

Quality work guaranteed

Graeme 0430 459 028

C753939-KS01-10

Whipper Snipper CALL ALBERT

â&#x20AC;˘ Interior/Exterior â&#x20AC;˘ Feature Walls â&#x20AC;˘ Plaster Repairs â&#x20AC;˘ Driveways Sealed â&#x20AC;˘ Free Quotes

www.brentwoodkitchens.com.au C1031905-JJ21-12

Lawn Mowing

TM

painting & decorating

C1024876-PJ18-12

C1088817-JO35-13

Manufacturers of quality KITCHENS cabinets 9707~1999

â&#x20AC;˘ Free Measure & Quotes â&#x20AC;˘ Fast Glass Replacements â&#x20AC;˘ Splashbacks â&#x20AC;˘ Mirrors â&#x20AC;˘ Table Tops â&#x20AC;˘ Pet Doors

Odd Jobs & Rubbish Removal

GTH

Brentwood

Berwick Glass & Glazing Pty Ltd Fax 9705 7955 Factory 7, 4â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6 Len Thomas Place, Narre Warren 3805

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

0409 554 459, 9799 4235

DBU-2343

HONEST, RELIABLE, SERVICE

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C936818-KK25-11

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1010272-KG8-12

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C733056-KK40-9

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x20AC;&#x153;MAKE CORNERS, NOT CUT CORNERSâ&#x20AC;?

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Phone Bruce at BRK Landscaping

C939272-JJ25-11

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

SN1072527-PJ18-13

Complete Garden Care

STEPHEN 0418 313 540 A/H FAX: 9707 2230

Ph Steve 0419 302 447

FAST & SHARP MOWING & GARDENING ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x20AC;˘ Alterations, Renovations & Improvements â&#x20AC;˘ Windows - Doors - Locks (Repair/Replace) â&#x20AC;˘ Painting - Plastering - Tiling - RooďŹ ng and Guttering (leaks)

â&#x20AC;˘ Lawn mowing â&#x20AC;˘ Garden/Home Maintenance â&#x20AC;˘ Yard Clean Ups

Phone 0422 141 011

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ALL ASPECTS OF PROPERTY CARPENTRY CARE:

BERWICK

ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1094799-JO40-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;FREE Quotes

C1090013-JO36-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

No Job Too Small Fully Qualiied - Over 25 Years Experience in All Aspects of Plastering

Call Brett: 0428 145 657

1077848-PJ8-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

RETAINING WALLS

Specialising in block and sleeper retaining walls, Lawns levelled and sown, Instant turf laid, Sprinklers, Plants, Paving, etc.

SN1070517-PJ16-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

M A IN T EN A NC E HANDYMAN SERVICES

C1096000-JL41-13

GADSHOME

C1095838-JL41-13

LANDSCAPING

C955357-JJ33-11

GARDEN SERVICES

C1103390-JL48-13

GARDEN SERVICES


| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

CN

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 51

Trades&Services

Powered by

PLASTERERS

PLUMBING

plasterrepair.com.au

C H E VA L I E R PLUMBING AND ROOFING ALL GENERAL PLUMBING AND ROOFING REPAIRS Â&#x2021;/HDNLQJWDSV Â&#x2021;7RLOHWV Â&#x2021;5RRIOHDNV Â&#x2021;*XWWHUV

Call Brett on

0425 772 746

1RFDOORXWIHHVRUSHQDOW\UDWHV 3KRQH%ODLU P.I.B. NO. 40770

RUBBISH REMOVAL

RANGEHILL PLUMBING & GAS FITTING

ALL RUBBISH REMOVED

General Plumbing RooďŹ ng & Guttering Gas Installations Sewer & Storm water Drainage Licensed Back ďŹ&#x201A;ow Valve Tester Hot Water Service Repairs or Replacements 5996 7105 OR 0439 487 387 Lic No: 17204

PENSIONER DISCOUNTS/FREE QUOTES/7 DAYS â&#x20AC;&#x201C; AVAILABLE WEEKENDS

C1009407-PJ8-12

â&#x20AC;˘ 20 yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; experience â&#x20AC;˘ No job too small â&#x20AC;˘ Free Quotes â&#x20AC;˘ Professional â&#x20AC;˘ Reliable â&#x20AC;˘ Friendly

PLUMBING

SN1069692-PJ15-13

C1079943-JO26-13

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

Phone Damian:

0427 050 952

C1003972-KG6-12

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Phone Keith on 0432 480 865

C959762-KK35-11

24/7 LOCAL EMERGENCY SERVICE NO JOB TOO SMALL ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; EFTPOS | Credit Cards Accepted | Pensioner Discounts

BERWICK-CLYDE mINI SKIPS

SC Guttering Quality Guttering Restorationâ&#x2DC;&#x2026;

â&#x2DC;&#x2026;

Under the Southern Cross

Truck: 0439 158 816 Office: 8786 5439

â?&#x161; Spouting & Downpipe â?&#x161; Replacement Specialists â?&#x161; Colorbond Colour Selection â?&#x161; Supply & Install â?&#x161; Professional Advice â?&#x161; Free Quotes â?&#x161; Compliance CertiďŹ cate Guaranteed

Call us for the fastest service in town.

Contact Steve: 0419 361 253 Fax: 5996 5005 Email: scguttering@bigpond.com

Rob: 0430 430 980

1071774-JM17-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Lic No 27716 (30 Years Experience) C1103330-JL48-13

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1096133-PJ41-13

PLASTERER & PAINTER

Endless Plumbing & Gas Maintenance

2m3, 3m3, 4m3

Master Plumbers - Licence No. 21452

GASRITE

PLUMBING & HEATING

Phone Sonny 0411 036 627 Jamie 0432 826 064 >Ĺ?Ä?EĹ˝Í&#x2DC;ώϲϭϏϴ

Free Quotes.

Call Joe 0419 275 645

C1092688-JO38-13

Preventative And Emergency Plumbing â&#x20AC;˘ Blocked Sewer $198 Inc. FLAT RATE - NO Hidden Costs!

9700 1899 - 0439 931 138

0407 356 441

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1094654-JO40-13

â&#x20AC;˘ Cleaning Cleaning â&#x20AC;˘ Respray Respray

0408 456 141

â&#x20AC;˘ Rebedding Rebedding â&#x20AC;˘ Flexible Pointing Flexiable Pointing

1300 062 003

C818920-KK28-10

0418 368 591

Licence No 33202

weightman.plumbing@bigpond.com.au www.weightmanplumbing.com.au

Hard Rubbish Green Waste Backyard Cleanups Old Cars Removed Free Cheapest Prices Also have 1T crane for heavy rubbish jobs For a free quote call

Shane: 0407 599 616 J HALL BIN HIRE & SKIPS AROUND PAKY Ph: 0414 331 005

Pensioner & Senior card Holder Discounts

â&#x2014;?

DOMESTIC - COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL

UĂ&#x160;iÂ&#x2DC;iĂ&#x20AC;>Â?Ă&#x160;,Ă&#x2022;LLÂ&#x2C6;Ă&#x192;Â&#x2026; ii`Ă&#x160;Â&#x2026;iÂ?ÂŤĂ&#x160; UĂ&#x160;Â&#x2C6;Ă?i`Ă&#x160;Ă&#x20AC;iVĂ&#x17E;VÂ?Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;} Â?Â&#x153;>`Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;}Âś 24/7 UĂ&#x160; Ă&#x2022;Â&#x2C6;Â?`iĂ&#x20AC;½Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;7>Ă&#x192;Ă&#x152;i >Â?Â?Ă&#x160;Ă&#x2022;Ă&#x192; UĂ&#x160;7>Â?Â&#x17D;Â&#x2021;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC; UĂ&#x160;Â&#x153;VÂ&#x17D;>LÂ?iĂ&#x160;Â&#x2C6;`Ă&#x192; 0451 307 050

Deal direct with a tradesman with over 30yrs experience

SPIC & SPAN ROOF RESTORATIONS C1092317-JO38-13

C1083120-JO29-13

RELIABLE â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PROMPT â&#x20AC;&#x201C; GUARANTEED Call David Murphy 0400 226 472 Lic No. 42227

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; Shane: 0407 565 743

Quality Roof Restorations

First time every time Call Mark

BINS FOR DIRT

RUBBISH & SCRAP METAL REMOVALS

GAS APPLIANCE SPECIALISTS General Plumbing & Gasfitting ŕ¸&#x20AC; Hot Water Service Repairs & Replacements Servicing all areas

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

For your A-Z plumbing needs LIC 30589

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Odds On Plumbing

C1008551-FB8-12

John 0418 318 377

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

0421 418 624

BLOCKED DRAINS â&#x20AC;˘ Specialising in drainage camera work â&#x20AC;˘ High pressure jetting â&#x20AC;˘ Location of septic tanks and all below ground drainage CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED LIC NO. 29160

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

â&#x2014;? â&#x2014;?

Repairs Rebedding Resprays

â&#x2014;? â&#x2014;?

Pressure cleaning Flexi pointing

Pensioner Discounts

Deal direct with tradesman. All work guaranteed.

Prices from: 2.5m3 $150, 3.25m3, 4m3, 5m3, 6m3, 8m3 C552009-BG31-7

1055315-KG41-12

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1066470-JL50-12

â&#x20AC;˘ Septic

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1102903-JL47-13

24/7

â&#x20AC;˘ Storm water

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C722108-JM31-9

â&#x20AC;˘ Sewer

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

HOOK BINS

RAPID WASTE BIN HIRE

DEAL DIRECT WITH TRADESMEN

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

SKIP HIRE 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8m3 6, 8, 9, 10 & 12m3

C904557-JM10-11

NO DRIPS PLUMBING & ROOFING.

0411 789 288

C988629-KK49-11

ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC;ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Servicing Shire of Cardinia and the Berwick area

Quinnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bins Quinn's Bins

0402 767 394 9795 4984

BLOCKED DRAINS AND CAMERA INSPECTIONS

Incorporating Kooweerup Bin Hire

0409 232 286

â&#x2DC;&#x2026; Rebedding & Pointing â&#x2DC;&#x2026; Pressure Cleaning â&#x2DC;&#x2026; Flexible Pointing â&#x2DC;&#x2026; Respraying â&#x2DC;&#x2026; QualiďŹ ed Roof Tiler â&#x2DC;&#x2026; Gutter and Facia Replacement â&#x2DC;&#x2026; Pensioner Discount â&#x2DC;&#x2026; No job too small

around the clock â&#x20AC;˘â&#x20AC;˘ 247 DayHourService

We accept bricks, dirt and concrete

PAK BIN HIRE

C1102438-KK47-13

New Ridge Roof Restoration

(REG 27285)

4m3

C1061178-PJ45-12

1300 NARRE BINS

2m3,3m3

5m3, 6m3 7m3, 8m3, 9m3, 10m3, 12m3, 15m3, 20m3 All walk in bins

Mobile: 0408 100 356 www.aliteplumbing.com

0418 395 032

1300 627 732 0418 574 398

Specialising in all types of solid plastering, old and new homes, render, bricks, blueboard and acrylic texture.

ROOFING

ABN: 98 286 767 297 / Licence no: 50694

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

KINLOH BIN HIRE

BIN HIRE PHONE PAUL

Domestic & Commercial

Â?General Plumbing Â?All GasďŹ tting Â?Maintenance & Repairs Â?Hot Water Â?CO2 Safety Checks

â&#x20AC;˘ Same Day Service

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

jak_gray@bigpond.com

NARRE

Domestic, Commercial & Industrial

maintenance plumbing

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

NEED A BIN GIVE KINLOH A RING

Oz Rendering

Celebrating over 21 years of excellent service in and around the Casey / Cardinia / Dandenong & Surrounding Areas

C1035550-PJ24-12

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C710724-JM22-9

Alite Plumbing & Gasfitting Pty Ltd

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1069454-JJ15-13

Call Now 0417 128 536

ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1055095-KG41-12

RENDERING

JAMSON PLUMBING ͝ůůWůƾžÄ?Ĺ?ĹśĹ?DÄ&#x201A;Ĺ?ĹśĆ&#x161;Ä&#x17E;ĹśÄ&#x201A;ĹśÄ?Ä&#x17E; ÍťDÄ&#x17E;Ć&#x161;Ä&#x201A;ĹŻZŽŽĨÎ&#x2DC;'ƾƊÄ&#x17E;Ć&#x152;ZÄ&#x17E;ĹśÄ&#x17E;Ç Ä&#x201A;ĹŻĆ? ͝ůůtĹ˝Ć&#x152;ĹŹ'ĆľÄ&#x201A;Ć&#x152;Ä&#x201A;ĹśĆ&#x161;Ä&#x17E;Ä&#x17E;Ä&#x161; ÍťKÇ&#x20AC;Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;ĎŻĎŹzÄ&#x17E;Ä&#x201A;Ć&#x152;Ć?Í&#x203A;Ç&#x2020;Ć&#x2030;Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;Ĺ?Ä&#x17E;ĹśÄ?Ä&#x17E;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

C1098561-JO43-13

10% discount on cold water pipe replacements and hot water service installations if you mention this ad.

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

Phone Rob 5996 3823, 0418 306 738

FREE SS MATTREWITH L REMOVA BIN EVERY

Pakenham to Dandenong & surrounding areas. Local Family Business

C1050322-KK37-12

â&#x20AC;˘ Hot Water Service & Repairs â&#x20AC;˘ Burst Pipes â&#x20AC;˘ Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations â&#x20AC;˘ Gas Installations â&#x20AC;˘ Blocked Drains

C1077182-JJ8-13

AFFORDABLE PLUMBING Lic 47086

REPAIRS TO ALL BRANDS OF REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLATION, SERVICE & REPAIR. WASHING MACHINE & DRYER REPAIR LICENSED AND QUALIFIED MECHANIC ARCTIK ACCREDITED PAUL 9703 1907 â&#x2DC;&#x17D; 0430 166 530

AU27590

C1037778-KG25-12

ANDREW 0431 150 866

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

ŕ¸&#x20AC; ŕ¸&#x20AC;

FRIDGE 0Ë&#x161; REFRIGERATION

1 HOUR EMERGENCY PLUMBING SEWER BLOCKAGES â&#x20AC;&#x201C; â&#x20AC;˘ Changeover Hot Water MACHINE CLEANED Services HIGH PRESSURE WATER â&#x20AC;˘ Burst Water Pipes JET CLEANING â&#x20AC;˘ Gas Fittings PIPE LEAK DETECTION ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS COMPETITIVE PRICE G.J Law P/L Lic No 14120 GUARANTEED 7 DAYS 0419 136 181 - 0419 136 151

LIC. 33033

0449 009 849

C317674-DJ19-5

PHONE ANDREW ON 0428 551 885

JAK DEMOLITION, RUBBISH REMOVAL & BIN HIRE

Credit Card Welcome

REFRIGERATION

C1097004-PJ42-13

1103897-JL49-13

ž Leaking Taps and Toilets ž'Ä&#x201A;Ć?Ć&#x2030;Ć&#x2030;ĹŻĹ?Ä&#x201A;ĹśÄ?Ä&#x17E;/ĹśĆ?Ć&#x161;Ä&#x201A;ĹŻĹŻÄ&#x201A;Ć&#x;ŽŜĆ? ž Burst Pipes ž,Ĺ˝Ć&#x161;tÄ&#x201A;Ć&#x161;Ä&#x17E;Ć&#x152;ZÄ&#x17E;Ć&#x2030;Ä&#x201A;Ĺ?Ć&#x152;Ć?Ä&#x201A;ĹśÄ&#x161;/ĹśĆ?Ć&#x161;Ä&#x201A;ĹŻĹŻÄ&#x201A;Ć&#x;ŽŜĆ? ž 24/7 Emergency Repairs

PROMPT SERVICE - 7 DAYS A WEEK

Phone Chris: 0419 870 339 Mowing Servic Available

10% Pensioner Discount

SETTLEMENT

â&#x20AC;˘ Servicing and repairs to â&#x20AC;˘ Change over heater fans cookers, heaters, leaking â&#x20AC;˘ Dishwasher installation Lic. No. 28657 hot water services. â&#x20AC;˘ Blockages â&#x20AC;˘ Gas & water leaks TER WA HOT SAME DAY â&#x20AC;˘ General plumbing EMENT SERVICE REPLACCTRIC GAS AND ELE â&#x20AC;˘ Tap repairs

For all your general plumbing needs

â&#x153;&#x201C; General maintenance â&#x153;&#x201C; No job too small â&#x153;&#x201C; Dishwashers â&#x153;&#x201C; Water and gas leaks â&#x153;&#x201C; Cold water to fridges â&#x153;&#x201C; Renovations

C1101949-JO46-13

SPECIALISING IN:

PLUMBING & GASFITTING AC Plumbing & GasďŹ tting

1021623-PJ16-12

Steve on 0407 704 213 â&#x153;&#x201C; Split systems, heating & cooling â&#x153;&#x201C; General plumbing and gas ďŹ tting â&#x153;&#x201C; Gas ducted heating service & repairs â&#x153;&#x201C; Hot water service repairs & replacements â&#x153;&#x201C; Tap Repairs

C1089429-JO36-13

9796 8621 0418 367 017

PLUMBING

CGM RUBBISH REMOVAL

NEED A LOCAL PLUMBER?

SN1070735-PJ16-13

No Job Too Small UĂ&#x160;Ă&#x2021;Ă&#x160; >Ă&#x17E;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;Ă&#x2022;Â?Â?Ă&#x17E;Ă&#x160;Â&#x2DC;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x2022;Ă&#x20AC;i`Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;Ă&#x20AC;iiĂ&#x160;+Ă&#x2022;Â&#x153;Ă&#x152;iĂ&#x192;Ă&#x160;U

FOUNTAIN GATE PLUMBING

Lic 24754 â&#x20AC;˘ New Houses â&#x20AC;˘ Factories â&#x20AC;˘ Blockages/Machine and Camera â&#x20AC;˘ Same Day Hot Water Services â&#x20AC;˘ Domestic and Commercial Maintenance â&#x20AC;˘ 3.5 Ton & 12 Ton Excavator â&#x20AC;˘ Bobcat and Tipper

1072001-KG4-13

â&#x20AC;&#x153;All Your Plastering Needs Catered Forâ&#x20AC;?

C695870-JM11-9

C1098295-JO43-13

ROD: 0418 397 402


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 52 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Trades&Services

Powered by

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

SEPTIC TANKS

TELEVISION/VIDEO/AUDIO

U WANNA BIN SKIPS

PLENDRIVE PTY LTD

DIGITAL TV SPECIALISTS

S E P T I C TA N K CLEANING 24 HOUR SERVICE ALL AREAS

Call Rob 0419 838 939

1300 859 829 - 0407 356 441 CCTV DRAIN CLEANING

Põ331VOUJM$ISJTUNBT

CCTV & Alarm Systems

HYDRO JET BLOCKED DRAINS STORAGE

ABBOTT SELF STORAGE

0404 115 638 & 0403 083 559

Brick storage units in 6 different sizes ACCESSIBLE 7 DAYS. LIVE-IN SECURITY Cartons, plastic covers for sale

ECONOMY TILING All Bathroom Renovations • Bathrooms • Toilets • Kitchens • Decks • Water proofing • Walls and Floors

Qualified Arborist – Tisma Specialising In All Forms Of Tree Surgery Commercial & Residential (Including Aged Care Facilities & Real Estate Rentals Etc.)

M. 0411 825 005 E. treecontrol4@bigpond.com

C1001547-JL4-12

Got Dirty Tile & Grout? W e c l e a n ; S e a l & R e - c o l o r G r o ut

Services Leaking shower repair Grout Colour & Clear Sealing Damage Tile Repairs Re-Grouting Silicone Repairs Tile “Anti-Slip” Treatments Glass restoration

฀ ฀ ฀

฀ ฀

Ph: 8682 9618, 0420 528 508 advancedavrepairs@yahoo.com.au

PH TONY: 0435 932 709

GroutPro

1021701-KG17-12

C1042733-JJ30-12

FREE QUOTES PENSIONER DISCOUNTS

INSTALLED TODAY

1300 361 979 0407 674 808

Australian Government endorsed Installer

PJU Formerly Chiselwyks

฀ ฀

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ Bathroom Renovations฀ ฀

DOORS FROM $499

FROM

$120

Call 9703 1764

C749691-SJ50-9

• Steel Doors • Window Grilles • Stainless Steel Doors • Showers • Aluminium Doors • Fly Screens FREUERE MEASOTES & QU

C389274-HJ50-5

AAA AERIAL

WATER CARTAGE

ANTENNAS

DIGITAL ANTENNAS POINTS & BOOSTERS INSTALLED TODAY

CALL OUT FEE $0

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

Call Michael on

Showroom by appointment

WINDSOR

oors and F ity D • Supascreen lyscree r u c ns • Steel & aluminium doors Se • Quality work

C924285-KK19-11

11 Cooper Crt Cranbourne

FREE QUOTES 7 DAYS A WEEK We will beat any written quote

20% DISCOUNT

– for the whole house

Ph Ph JoeJoe 9796 0416005 005 415 97964048 9219 or 0416 415 C638938-HJ25-8

ANTENNA SPECIALIST & HIGHLY SKILLED WITH RECEPTION FOR CRYSTAL CLEAR IMAGES

FREE CONSULTATION JOE 0409 475 511 • 10 YR GEN WARRANTY - LOCAL TECH • SAME DAY SERVICE – GOVERNMENT ENDORSED • TRAINING ON ALL INSTALLS INCLUDED

www.soundnvisionsolutions.com.au

WINDOW CLEANING

0418 131 374

for a Competitive Quote ฀

WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE

SN1074465-PJ20-13

C1077592-KG8-13

1023309-PJ18-12

• FREE digital Antenna with any HOME THEATRE install • FREE TV point with any WALL MOUNT • General AV, Projector/Screen Set ups

Reliable Service Anytime, Anywhere

HOME THEATRE EXPERTS 5995 4344

5942 7664 0418 890 612

฀ ฀

C1088813-JO35-13

30% OFF THIS WEEK 0409 888 228

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

Phone now for a FREE QUOTE:

1300 888 668 WINDOWS

JOEL’S TREE SERVICES

PATRON WINDOWS

Tree Removal, Tree Pruning, Stump Removal Free Quotes, Fully Insured

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

Call: 0409 051 767 www.joelstreeservices.com.au

C1089066-JO35-13

21/25 BALD HILL ROAD, PAKENHAM

Call 9769 9361 or 0412 080 627

Lounge Suites, Recliners, Dining Chairs, Office Chairs, Caravans, Antique Lounge Suites. No job too small.

C1098234-JO43-13

C1033281-KK23-12

www.lockutite.com.au

Free Quotes

IVAN ERDODY UPHOLSTERY

TREE LOPPING/SURGERY

CIAL

Specialising in Lounge, Dining and Restoration Reliable and Professional Service

ELECTRICIANS ALSO AVAILABLE rec 21355 Free Call 1800 035 121 Rick 0407 214 006 www.newimageantennas.com.au C1082521-PJ13-13

5941 6644

SP

C1049800-KK37-12

SECURITY

E

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

For a free quote,

DIGITAL ANTENNAS INSTALLED TODAY

Furniture Upholstery

GABRIEL 0409 696 568 PAUL 0404 876 716

www.antennaspecialist.com.au

• 20 years experience • Home Theatre Setup • Poor Reception Specialists • TV/Phone/Data Points • Government Endorsed Installers • Lifetime warranty - Locally made

Ph: 9798 3074 or 0417 582 601

T h e ti l e & g ro u t re s to ra ti o n specialists

IN208235

ANTENNA SPECIALIST

tony.benc@bigpond.com

Email:

C752112-JL1-10

C1076181-JL23-13

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

9794 8989

C642900-JL27-8

฀ ฀

C1098600-JO43-13

฀ ฀

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

C1020173-KK15-12

Our unique restoration process will make your dirty old grout look NEW

C1089234-JO35-13

APB UPHOLSTERY

Forget Pointless Scrubbing

Projectors, DVD Recorders/Players, Home Theatre Systems

UPHOLSTERERS

C1080920-JO27-13

Advanced Audio Visual Repairs Specialising in Repairing All Brands/Models of TVs (LED, LCD, Plasma, CRT, Rear Projection),

SPECIALS!

1800 183 567

• MULCH FOR SALE • BLOCK CLEARING • FREE QUOTES • 24 HOUR SERVICE • FULLY INSURED (20 Million Cover)

Call 0432 550 066 or 8707 5522

TELEVISION/VIDEO/AUDIO

DANDENONG 9794 9890 Head Office F 15,112 Hammond Rd, Dandenong 3175

www.jimssecuritydoors.com.au • Stainless Steel Doors • Aluminium Doors • Custom Steel Doors • Flyscreens

FREECALL

Free Quotes

REGAL SECURITY DOORS NARRE WARREN 0419 126 895 Branch - Hillsmeade Estate Narre Warren South

C572426-TG41-7

SN1073247-JJ19-13

FREE QUOTES!

22 Abbott Road, Hallam Phone 9703 1933

šH[WY^Cem_d] MUNNS PARKS AND GARDEN šM[[ZIfhWo_d] šI_j[9b[Wd_d]%HkXX_i^H[celWb š*_d'<hedj;dZBeWZ[hMeha  icWbbbWh][cWY^_d[ho PHONE COLIN 0418 390 903, DALE 0425 779 342 PENSIONER DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE

Wall and Floor, Commercial, Domestic Industrial. Specialising in Ceramic, Porcelain, Terracotta and Marble.

SECURITY & SCREEN DOORS

★ Security Doors – Hinged & Sliding ★ Flyscreens BEAT ANY WRITTEN QUOTE ★ Blinds 20% OFF ★ Measured & Made & Installed FOR THE WHOLE HOUSE ★ FREE Quotes 7 days a week

TREE & STUMP REMOVAL

BRILLIANT TILING All types of Tiling

)PNFt4IFEt0öDFt'BSNt4DIPPMt'BDUPSZ

Factory Direct

Fully Insured

TILING C1055101-KK41-12

0419 361 008

Pruning Removal Stump Grinding

9'&-*&&)#@C(&#')

Secure your family and property now!

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

Oakfern Tree Care P/L

Phone Geoff 0418 340 825

www.jimsantennas.com.au

C1069781-JJ15-13

C1095645-JL41-13

131 546

9702 1477

C1091490-PJ37-13

SECURITY - CCTV & ALARMS

5942 7126

C1072232-JJ4-13

Locally family owned and operated Servicing the Cardinia and Casey Shires

C918536-KC16-11

C514133-TG10-7 C992860-KK50-11

CHRIS

• SEPTIC TANK CLEANING • GREASE TRAP CLEANING PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE

Same Day Response Local Technicians All 100% Guaranteed Home Theatre Installations FREE on-site Signal Test and Quote Government Endorsed Installers

JIMAnt001BCPSN

C1103147-JL48-13

7 Days a week

MOBILE: 0409 253 269 BUS: 5629 2077 2m3 & 3m3 4m3 - 5m3 - 6m3

3 3 3 3 3 3

TREE LOPPING/SURGERY C316291-KK18-5

RUBBISH REMOVAL


| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 53

Classifieds

FRIDGE, Kelvinator, 490 litre, good condition, good working order. $220. Call 0418 366 260.

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

FURNITURE, wall unit, brown, wooden with glass doors and chaise lounge suite, near new, grey, EC, $850. 0432 045 759. GOLF CLUBS, Newton, bag, buggy, covers, hundreds of balls(new and used), shoes, jacket, umbrella, raincoat, tees, ball markers, absolutely everything you need to play golf, short person's set. $300 ono, Warragul/Pakenham, 0402 121 355.

CAMPING TABLE, fold up aluminium, in bag, cheap. $29. 5991 7061. COFFEE MACHINE, Delonghi, fully automatic coffee maker, 3 years old, good condition. $125. Call 9769 9491.

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

SWING SET, 3 sections, multi-play unit with double and single swings plus trapeze, strong and durable, suits all ages, brand new in box, available now for Christmas. $89. Ph: 0419 668 981. TENT, polycotton, brand new, top quality, Exo Pro 250, sleeps 4, aluminium frame, bargain. $695. 5991 7061.

MAPLE, bench chairs x3, very good condition, $120 for 3. Call 0408 121 533. Cranbourne West.

From now until Christmas Star News Group are offering

50% DISCOUNT on *Until Sold advertising.

C1102083-JO46-13

NEED EXTRA CASH?

TOOL BOX, fully lockable, 9 compartments, will fit GU Nissan Patrol ute, slight surface rust, otherwise GC, $1,000. 0409 416 319. Healesville. TV, Transonic, 800cm x 530cm, DVD player, cassette recorder and player, NEC system. $150. 9790 5520 or 0415 291 224.

VERSATILE GYM SET, 1x dumbbells, Olympic spin lock collars, 2x sets dumbbells, standard spin lock collars, Olympic size plate weight 2x25kg, 2x20kg, 2x15kg, 2x4.5kg, 6" collar lock heavy duty Olympic barbell , 7" standard chrome Q collar barbell, combo bench press including leg extension, hamstring and bicep curl, health stream free weight power cage, lateral pull down, bicep curl and squat rack, plus hand weights. $700ono. 0418 310 368. WHEELCHAIR, Karma, Ergo125, hardly used, includes gel pressure cushion. Cost $1,100, sell $550ono. 0418 597 077.

BERWICK, 4 Chiltern Court, Saturday 7th December, 8am-2pm. Decluttering 2 generations of stuff. Retro, vintage and current. Womens' clothing, shoes, household goods, furniture, tools, garden etc.

PAKENHAM, 52 Heritage Boulevard, Saturday 7th December, 8am -6pm. Massive garage sale with goods from three houses. TV`s, whitegoods, furniture, computers, printers, kitchenware, golf clubs, building equipment and lots, lots more.

BERWICK, 15 Hollydale Close, Saturday 7th December, 8am-2pm. Two households, moving house.

PAKENHAM, 46 Pommel Street, Saturday 7th December, 8.30am-2pm. New golf clubs, clothing, soft toys, electrical and lots more.

BERWICK, 7 Ganaway Drive, Saturday 7th December, 8am-2pm.

BERWICK

PAKENHAM, 5 Henty Street, Saturday 7th December, 9am-6pm. Deceased estate, tools, camping, timber, fishing, household, toys, hardware, furniture, books.

CLYDE, 300 Manks Road, Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December, 8am - 3pm, clothing, toys, tools, household items.

ARE YOU HAVING A GARAGE SALE?

CRANBOURNE SOUTH, 19 Fiona Drive, Saturday 7th December, 8am2pm. Bargains galore, don't miss this one.

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

CRANBOURNE, 5 Augusta Close, Saturday 7th December, 9am-1pm. Something for everyone. CRANBOURNE NORTH, 123 Courtenay Avenue, Saturday 7th December, 8am-3pm. Undercover. Enormous sale, 5 households, massive bargains.

Phone 5945 0600

ENDEAVOUR HILLS, 1 Heathcote Court, Saturday 7th December, 7am 3pm. All things lady like, excess stock, branded makeup and fashion accessories, all new and heavily discounted. Garden shed, 2.26 x 2.26, Skillion (disassembled), Orchids, pots, jigsaw puzzles, 2 lounge suites (cheap). Toys, heaps more. Three households.

Judy-Ann Steed

Feat: A Current Affair Today Tonight - The Age

WOODWORK MACHINE, Triton router table and stand, quarter to half inch DMC router and bits, VGC, outside handle for fast up and down adjustment, can be seen working. $230ono. 9702 1440.

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

Necks - Knees - Backs Ph: 5968 1139 WEB: judyanns.com

CASH FOR SCRAP ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

฀ ฀ ฀

C1091840-PJ37-13

฀ ฀

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

OPEN SAT TILL 12.00pm

฀ ฀

Mulch & Screened Top Soil Cardinia Waste & Recyclers are overstocked

MULCH $20 per m3 Can deliver up to 30m³ loads.

9791 8356 36 Bennet St, Dandenong

Hypnotherapy Will change your life!!!

Phone 9773 9574, 0412 816 518

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

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE 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.

C1098283-JL43-13

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

Delivered in 10 metre loads

$35 Metre Pakenham, Berwick

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

$37 metre

Narre Warren, Cranbourne • Garden Pebbles • Mulch • Sleepers

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

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

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS

Phone: 5941 4578

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

SN1083130-PJ29-13

5941 2516 PET PRODUCTS DIRECT TO PUBLIC 5B/30 Green Street, Doveton. Saturday 10am-5pm. Come on in and spoil your pets. C1103723-JL49-13

PUPPY, English bull terrier, male purebred, born August 2, 2013, parents w i t h p a p e r s . 900008800673076. $800. Ph: 5991 7529.

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

0447 642 643 9702 1642

TAXATION /ACCOUNTING

TAX TIME

WANT TO SAVE TIME & MONEY? Registered Tax Agent. ELS. Home visits.

Call 0401 488 874 PUBLIC NOTICES

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

Computers COMPUTERS

COMPUTER REPAIRS

Business Computing Specialists

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

Serving the southeast since 1990

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

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

cats@pakenhamcats.com.au

FREE CLEAN FILL

HOT DOGS GROOMING SALON

All breeds, no cages, friendly environment. Call Melanie 5940-9988.

ENROL NOW FOR 2014 Teaching, Guitar, Bass, Piano/Keyboard, Drums, Woodwind & Brass. Ph: 0499 621 297 Sth Gippsland Hwy, Lynbrook.

Narre Warren 9796 7090

Professional Dog Grooming 40 years' experience Poodle and all breed specialists Care & kindness guaranteed Shop 4-5,162 Main Street, Pakenham

SINGING LESSONS

PIANOFORTE MUSIC COLLEGE & SALES

Ellagant Pooches

JACK RUSSELL, cross, about 5 years old, great with kids. Microchip: 90012000568194. $30. 0433 573 606.

PUPPY, English bull terrier, male purebred, born August 2, 2013, parents w i t h p a p e r s . 900008800673070. $800. Ph: 5991 7529.

PETS & SERVICES

5941 5790

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

C1065437-KG48-12

C1099842-JL44-13

• Quit smoking - forever • Lose Weight - easily • Pain Management • Sleep Disorders • Stress management • Menopausal Hot Flushes • Anxiety/Depression • Addictions / Phobias • Home visits available

www.mindbodylife hypnotherapy.com

MUSIC TUITION

WANTED TO BUY

SPECIAL

BOWEN THERAPY

Cobral Metals

mindbodylife

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

CLAIRVOYANT /PSYCHIC

CLAIRVOYANT

NATURAL REMEDIES /HEALING

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

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

CRANBOURNE, 4 Curtis Court, Saturday 7th December, 8am-4pm. No early callers.

TUTOR

GARDEN /OUTDOOR

PAKENHAM, 1 The Avenue, Saturday 7th December, 8am-3pm.

Saturday 7th December 8am-5pm. Moving house sale. Huge variety. Antiques also available. Bargains galore.

Ph: 9769 9252 PIANO, Alex Steinbach, upright, GC, $2,000. Ph: 0499 651 340. Berwick.

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

C1103598-JL48-13

*Conditions apply

NOBLE PARK, North, 356 Princess Hwy, Saturday 7th December from 8am. Massive sale! Kids toys, kids and adults labelled clothing, furniture and more. Don't Miss out!!

BERWICK, 23 Reserve Street, Saturday 7th December, 8am-2pm. Household items and furniture.

B E R W I C K 6 5 E n t e r p r i s e Av e B e r w i c k V i c

EDUCATION & TUITION MATHS AND ENGLISH

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 16 Sirius Place, Saturday 7th December, 8am-2pm.

NARRE WARREN, 28 and 30 Sweetgum Avenue, Saturday 7th December, 7.30am. Moving house sale.

Now is the best time to sell those unwanted items.

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

1300 666 808

38 Langmore Lane

LOUNGE, 2 seater, dark green, GC. $150. 5941 9322.

LOUNGE SUITE, leather, 3 seater couch, 2 chairs, VGC. $500ono. 0408 201 707. Berwick.

NARRE WARREN, 3 Croxley Place, Saturday 7th December, 8am 2pm. Toys, disability chairs, weights, tools, household goods.

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

TV CABINET, EC, 2 leadlight doors, 2 drawers, $250, phone 5941 2443 or 0400 129 761.

CAMPING FRIDGE, Waeco, CA35, 40Ltr, 3way, 240V, gas, 12V, new in box, cheap as. $135. 5991 7061.

The pack includes • 4 waterproof signs • Marker pen • Tips to make your sale a success

The Music Centre

themusiccentreberwick.com.au

C997259-JL2-12

CABINET, Timber, with leadlight. $120. Bernadette 0407 402 584.

POOL CLEANER, "Kreepy Krauly" style, fully automatic pool cleaning system, suits above and in ground pools, cleans floor and walls, includes 10m of hose, brand new in box. $159. 0419 668 981.

IRONING SERVICES Call Anna 5998 2161 or 0431 312 113.

All Ages & levels Welcome ENROL NOW!

C542458-KK26-7

BUNK BED, bottom double, top single, white, 2 draws under bed. $180. 0407 402 584.

ENTERTAINMENT UNIT AND COFFEE TABLE, both in EC, hardwood timber in walnut. Entertainment unit approx 200cm W x 50cm H x 46cm D with 2 deep drawers and cupboards and 4 shelves, plenty of space for DVDs and CDs, $375. Coffee table approx 120cm W x 60 cm D with lower shelf, $250. Both pieces of furniture complement each other and add style to your room. 0413 330 106. Beaconsfield

Having a Garage Sale?

9703 1616 0439 656 044

guitar - piano - keyboard bass - drums

C940378-KK28-11

BOOKCASE, solid timber, stained pine, 1.8m x 0.9m, GC. $140. 5941 9322.

ENTERTAINMENT UNIT, stained pine/glass, GC. $180. 5941 9322.

C1103875-JL49-13

GRAB A GARAGE SALE SIGN PACK ONLY $9.50!

Call Julie

If you would like to borrow a couple of Large “Garage Sale” pointer boards, drop into First National Real Estate – Neilson Partners on a Friday. Berwick 9707 6000 or Narre Warren 9705 4888 They must be returned the following Monday. Happy Selling!

MUSIC LESSONS

EXPRESS MOBILE DOG WASHING & GROOMING PETA 0435 109 944

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

Computer

N T AT VES 27 Intrepid St, Berwick

Ph 1300 85 39 39

C100368-JO45-13

ASSORTED, bench seat & cushions x 2 $20. Large work bench with vice $50. Kelvinator fridge 520lt perfect condition $200. Various floor mats $10 each. Childs feeder chair brand new $10. Bouncer $5. Bean bag $5. Pusher 3 wheel Baby Love $20. 0421 322 815.

ARMCHAIRS, 2, with footstools, cream leather /maple timber, as new. $650 the pair. 5941 9322

MOBILITY SCOOTER, Prowler, 3410, dual battery, 4 pole, 110 amp, EC. $2,700ono. 0408 201 707. Berwick.

Free pick up and delivery. Prompt service. Excellent quality.

C1033511-KK22-12

ASSORTED, aluminium fly screen door, $150, carpenters tools, very, very cheap, garden accessories. 9790 5520 or 0415 291 224.

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

Saturday 7th December, 8am-4pm. Household items, outdoor furniture, shoes, clothing, Manchester, computer table and chair, lots of bargains.

1021237-PJ16-12

FOR SALE

IRONING

C1082052-JL28-13

naomi@tayloredceremonies.com.au

ARE YOU HAVING A GARAGE SALE???

PETS & SERVICES

C686565-JM4-9

0409 407 519

PAKENHAM, 6 Lorraine Court,

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS

C784346-SH17-10

For something special Naomi Taylor, Authorised Civil Celebrant

DOMESTIC C1097712-JL42-13

ceremonies

GARAGE SALES

C1064218-KG50-12

TAYLORED

GARAGE SALES

C1063231-PJ47-12

FOR SALE

C1080170-JL26-13

FOR SALE C733797-KK40-9

CELEBRANTS

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

C1085644-KK32-13

CN


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 54 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Classifieds

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

Public Notice Special Council Meeting

C1103688-JL49-13

The business to be transacted at the meeting is: 2. Apologies 3. Declarations by Councillors of any Interest or Conflict of Interest. C1098247-JL45-13

Mike Tyler Chief Executive Officer

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

HORSES

CLYDE NORTH

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

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

Brand new and ready for handover on 6th December this quality 4 bedroom home is looking for a tenant ASAP. Complete with gas ducted heating, ensuite to master, small alfresco area at rear, two separate living areas, a double remote garage with internal access and much more! Inspect by appointment after 6th December with Michelle. Call now to book an inspection 0439 707 252.

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

฀ ฀

C1104053-JL49-13

Phone Bev 0411 334 415

Alex Scott and Staff, Berwick 9707 2000

RESUMES /EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

Call Tony: 8790 1726

Do you seek these qualities from your Property Manager?? 9Quick leasing with minimal vacancy 9Experienced staff with years of industry training 9Professional, pro-active & hard working

CALL US NOW!! Good tenants waiting

HOUSES & UNITS FOR SALE

RENT CRANBOURNE, 4BR house, from $330pw. Phone 5995 5454 www.n eedaloan.net.au

SELLER WILL FINANCE Cranbourne North. 3BR, 2 bathrooms, 2 car, brick and tile immaculate home. Call Paul 0447 973 235.

HOUSES & UNITS FOR SALE

FOR SALE

I BUY HOUSES

Fast, no fees. Call Julie on 0405 678 489.

RETIREMENT

SELL YOUR HOUSE, in 5 days. 0468 607 705.

Evergreen Retirement Village, Pakenham. GC. For details: 0419 209 537.

UNIT

www.your-new-job.info C1101810-JL46-13

POSITIONS VACANT APPRENTICE CARPENTER 1ST OR 2ND YEAR Pre-apprenticeship and licence preferred. Must be willing to work some weekends. Pakenham area. Call Scott 0418 320 318 after 6pm.

HAIRDRESSER

Qualified, part time or full time. Call 8790 3344.

APPRENTICESHIP REFRIGERATION/ AIR CONDITIONING

Part time and full time staff required for local Berwick beauty salon. Phone 0417 633 357. www.WalkingJobs.com.au

Get Fit. Get Paid. Earn $$ While Delivering Catalogues in Your Area.

Don’t Miss Out! 0419 524 881

EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER – BREAK COVER at HENRY FAMILY CHILDREN’S CENTRE (Pakenham) (Early Childhood Bachelor required) 4yo Blue Kindergarten Group Break times: Tuesday 11.00am – 12.15pm Thursday 11.00am – 12.15pm Work hours: 2.5 hours contact plus 1.25 hours non-contact EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER at HOLLINS CHILDREN’S CENTRE (Pakenham) (Early Childhood Bachelor required) 4yo Rotational Kindergarten Group Session times: Tuesday 9.15am – 2.15pm Wednesday 9.15am – 2.15pm, Friday 9.15am – 2.15pm Work hours: 15 hours contact plus 7.5 hours non-contact with an additional team teaching allowance per week EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER – BREAK COVER at LAKESIDE CHILDREN’S CENTRE (Pakenham) (Early Childhood Bachelor required) Break times: Tuesday 12.15pm – 1.30pm (Blue Kindergarten Group), Wednesday 11.00am – 12.15pm (Yellow Kindergarten Group), Friday 11.00am – 12.15pm (Yellow Kindergarten Group) Work hours: 3.75 hours contact plus 2 hours non-contact EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS (4yo groups) at LAKESIDE CHILDREN’S CENTRE (Pakenham) (Early Childhood Bachelor required) 4yo Orange Kindergarten Group

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

Session times: Tuesday 8.30am – 12.00pm Friday 12.30pm – 4.00pm Work hours: 7 hours contact plus 3.5 hours non-contact with an additional 1 hour team teaching allowance per week 4yo Blue Kindergarten Group Session times: Monday 8.45am – 12.45pm Work hours: 4 hours contact plus 2 hours non-contact with an additional 1 hour team teaching allowance per week 4yo Yellow Kindergarten Group Session times: Monday 1.30pm – 4.30pm Work hours: 3 hours contact plus 1.5 hours non-contact with an additional 1 hour team teaching allowance per week EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSISTANTS at LAKESIDE CHILDREN’S CENTRE (Pakenham) (Early Childhood Certificate III required) 3yo Red Pre Kinder Group Session time: Thursday 2.00pm – 4.30pm Work hours: 2.5 hours contact plus 1 hour non-contact with an option to work an additional 0.5 hours per week to be paid term breaks 4yo Yellow Kindergarten Group Session time: Monday 1.30pm – 4.30pm Work hours: 3 hours contact plus 1 hour non-contact with an option to work an additional 0.5 hours per week to be paid term breaks KINDERS TOGETHER RELIEF STAFF We are seeking enthusiastic and professional educators with any approved Early Childhood qualifications to join our internal casual relief team. Please provide your resume and evidence of the following: Working with Children Check – Employment, approved First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Training and Certified Supervisor Certificate (refer to ACECQA website) Applications must include a cover letter addressing the “Essential Characteristics and Experience” Position descriptions including “Essential Characteristics and Expertise” are available from www.kinderstogether.com.au Attention: Kinders Together (Human Resources Officer) Post: PO Box 182 GARFIELD VIC 3814 Email: keli@kinderstogether.com.au Fax: 5629 2587 Closing Date: 8.00pm SUNDAY 15 DECEMBER 2013 For further information telephone Kinders Together: 5629 2067

Get paid while you walk ! Letterbox delivery of community newspapers and advertising materials on a weekly basis.

TRUCK AND TRAILER DRIVER

WALKERS WANTED

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

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED VEHICLE AN ADVANTAGE

Please call us at

1300 654 910 or apply online at WWW.FERMA X .COM.AU

Call Steve 0417 399 539 C1102222-JL46-13

CLIMBER/ GROUNDSMEN

For busy tree lopping business to start asap. Must have own transport and experience. Call John 0401 623 500.

PROFESSIONAL C1020245-JL15-12

NO BANK HOME Low deposit. Stop renting. Call Lach 0434 059 127.

9707-2000 24 hours 49 High Street, Berwick

For plumbing firm specialising in all aspects of new home plumbing and drainage in the Pakenham/Berwick area. All applicants to email CV to: ben@bl-plumbing.com.au

Phone or text for a Callback

Your New Job - Application Your résumé & letter tailored to secure that important interview!

LANDLORDS

1ST, 2ND, 3RD AND 4TH YEAR

BEAUTY THERAPIST

C1085239-JO31-13

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

APPRENTICES REQUIRED

Please email resume to: ivan@wright-air.com

AVON

BRAND NEW IN CLYDE NORTH

POSITIONS VACANT

C1089260-JO35-13

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

MATERNITY RELIEF – SHORT TERM APPOINTMENT 4yo Blue Kindergarten Group Session times: Tuesday 8.30am – 12.00pm Thursday 1.30pm – 4.00pm Work hours: 6 hours contact plus 3 hours non-contact with an additional 1 hour team teaching allowance per week

4. To consider and resolve on matters related to the Casey Cultural Precinct.

TO LET

TO LET

EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS at PAKENHAM KINDERGARTEN (Main Street Pakenham) (Early Childhood Bachelor required) MATERNITY RELIEF – SHORT TERM APPOINTMENT 4yo Red Kindergarten Group Session times: Monday 8.30am – 2.00pm Wednesday 12.15pm – 4.15pm, Friday 8.30am – 2.00pm Work hours: 15 hours contact plus 7.5 hours non-contact

1. Reading of the Prayer

Real Estate

Rental Per Week: $390 Date Available: 7TH December 2013 Bond: $1690

“Providing excellence in education for young children” Kinders Together is a cluster manager for a wonderful group of community kindergartens. We are currently seeking highly motivated educators to join our team of dedicated and inspirational staff for the following positions, commencing Term 1, 2014:

A Special Meeting of the Council of the City of Casey will be held in the Council Chamber, Magid Drive, Narre Warren on Monday 16 December 2013 at 3.30p.m.

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

C1032608-JL21-12

FOOD & DOMESTIC SERVICES SUPERVISOR PART TIME POSITION A challenging opportunity to co-ordinate the kitchen, laundry & cleaning services of Millhaven Lodge. Experience in rostering and human resources is essential, along with a current Police Check. Please ring Linda on 5943 3000 for further information or email to: info@millhavenlodge.org.au Applications close 11th December, 2013. To commence before Christmas. VOLUNTEERS with current Police Checks are also invited to assist with Activities programs and to help with our new café. Please ring Linda for further information or to lodge your interest, on 5943 3000.

POSITIONS VACANT

C1104151-JL50-13

PUBLIC NOTICES

CARPENTER MAINTENANCE POSITION We require a (hands on) carpenter/maintenance person to work in a large and busy residential caravan park in Narre Warren. Applicants must live close to Fullard Road, Narre Warren due to on call after hour’s responsibilities. 30 hours a week on a roster with rotating Saturday work and on call after hours duties. Applicants will need:฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ Immediate Start! CV’s to be sent to our Office Manager - Wendy Alexander wendy@sleighgroup.com

C1103425-JL48-13

Rare Opportunity

1ST YEAR APPRENTICE DRAINAGE PLUMBER We are currently looking for someone to join our team. Must have license and own vehicle. A pre–apprenticeship course in plumbing and white card would be an advantage. The successful applicant will be trained in all areas of drainage plumbing and opportunities will exist for obtaining additional licenses. To apply please call Karlene on 03 5940 2477 or email your resume to admin@proplumb.com.au

DRIVER WANTED Tipper Truck & Dog Experience preferred. HC licence required.

Phone Garry: 0409 520 300 or 5629-2549. 1060691-KG46-12

C1104119-JL49-13

PUBLIC NOTICES

C1102930-JL47-13

Connecting people and communities CN


| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 55

Classifieds

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

POSITIONS VACANT

POSITIONS VACANT

C1103993-JL49-13

A modern and fully supported environment is supplied, with all the tools required to be successful.

Building & Design Consultant (Sales)

To apply, call 1300 665 983

Must demonstrate the ability to follow procedures, have good listening skills & the dedication to be part of a growing company. Experience preferred but not essential.

COMMENCING: MONDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2013 Sign Up Session: Friday 6th December @ 1pm Site: 89 Cheltenham Rd Dandenong 3175 CALL 1300 135 008 & talk to Fran

www.linkemploy.org.au

QUALIFIED PLUMBER

QUALIFIED ROOF TILERS & APPRENTICES WANTED Above award wages paid.

Ben 0421 707 015

PART TIME SALES ASSISTANT

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

FORKLIFT LICENCE

2013 HAIRDRESSING & BEAUTY COURSES

White Card, Traffic Control Truck - MR & HR and many more Subsidised*

1300 736 356 australianworkforce.com.au *(Conditions Apply)

9329 9544 www.thehairacademy.com.au

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

Now Recruiting Warehousing

HILLSMEADE PRIMARY SCHOOL – EARLY LEARNING CENTRE

PAYROLL AND DATA ENTRY OPERATOR

AspectFP a boutique financial advice office located in Beaconsfield is looking for a self-motivated enthusiastic candidate. If you enjoy meeting people and are socially active then this role is for you! Full time position. Attractive remuneration package. Please email your resume to rachael.vandenberg@aspectfp.com.au

NARRE WARREN SOUTH Positions available for EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR'S with CERTIFICATE 3 in CHILDREN'S SERVICES (or equivalent) Commencing January 2014 Applications Close 4pm Friday 13th Dec, 2013 For details contact: info@hillsmeadeelc.vic.edu.au

Our company is seeking a part time experienced Payroll and Data Entry Operator to join our Pakenham team. This is a very busy role, working in a fast paced environment, where good time management, communication and self-motivation skills are essential. Demonstrated experience is required. Commencement date will be 14/01/14. Applicants should apply in writing to Services South East: SueK@portburydc.com

from only 32

We Work with employers and employment partners to create job roles and candidates ready for the workforce, We are on the lookout for people interested in warehouse roles. Candidates will receive: ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

Text us now for a call back with your name and the paper

0410 802 803 ฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

฀ ฀

Post Code: Phone:

15 words

DANDENONG JOURNAL

20 words

4 PAPERS

25 words

$37.31 $47.91 $54.11

30 words

$39.51 $50.11 $56.31

SELECTION

฀ Pakenham Gazette ฀ Berwick / Cranbourne / Pakenham News

฀ Pakenham Gazette / Dandenong Journal Berwick / Cranbourne / Pakenham News

Address:

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au

BERWICK / CRANBOURNE / PAKENHAM NEWS

5 PAPERS

Name:

1300 666 808

PAKENHAM GAZETTE

฀ Dandenong Journal ฀ Berwick / Cranbourne / Pakenham News

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

SELECTIONS

SELECTIONS

$32.91 $43.51 $49.71 $35.11 $45.71 $51.91

Mobile: I would like to pay by: VISA

CASH

MASTER CARD

My credit card number is:

*Expiry Date

*CVC number

SEND IN YOUR PHOTO! Photo to appear in BLACK & WHITE

$11.00

Photo to appear in COLOUR for an extra

$16.00

YA C2GE YANRCSR VO.1 1113

* Please tick which paper/s to display advertisement.

4 PAPERS

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

Complete this form and lodge to: Cnr. Princes Hwy and Army Rd, Pakenham, 3810 or at Berwick Newsagency, 29-31 High Street, Berwick Ä by no later than 5pm Mondays Ä Name and Address (not for publication)

ADVERTISE UNTIL SOLD .91

Call for a FREE Newsletter Aust. Academy of Hairdressing (Toid) 3572

Sell it local...

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

$

15 yrs and over. Vic & Commonwealth Govt Funding still available. You pay only: $148 – Cert II in Hairdressing $700 – Cert III in Hairdressing $300 to $900 for Beauty Courses, including Diploma of Beauty Therapy C1072506-PJ4-13

C1101108-JL46-13

If you have an injury, disability or illness and want to work then Outlook Employment is the place for you. With offices in Narre Warren, Pakenham and Cranbourne, we can provide you with a local high performing employment service. Our aim is to assist you to find and maintain a job. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT US Narre Warren - 9705 6445

C1103866-JL49-13

C1103706-JL49-13

Heavy Haulage company based in Narre Warren requires an experienced and self-motivated driver. Experience with low loader, tilt tray and transport of earthmoving equipment is essential. Position is casual with a view to becoming permanent. To apply, please download the application form from our website, and submit together with your resume to: michael@delplant.com.au. Delplant Haulage Pty. Ltd. PO Box 1322, Narre Warren Vic 3805 www.delplant. com.au

(PRE-APPRENTICESHIP 22216VIC)

Required for plumbing firm specialising in all aspects of new home plumbing and drainage in the Pakenham/Berwick area. Above award rates for the right applicant. New home experience is essential, all other applicants need not apply. Applicants to email CV to: ben@bl-plumbing.com.au

Please email all applications to: admin@premierbuilders.com.au Previous applicants need not apply.

TRUCK DRIVER

CERTIFICATE II IN BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION

*Offer only available for items normally advertised in the “For Sale” section. All advertisements must be pre-paid. For $32.91 you get a 15 word ONE ITEM ONLY advertisement, restricted to “For Sale” items only for private advertisers, run initially for 3 months or until sold. After your advertisement has fun for 3 months you must call us to renew it for a further 2 week period AND reduce the price of your item by a minimum 5%. After 2 weeks you must then call us again to renew for another 2 weeks and again reduce the price of your item by a further 5%.This procedure may continue until you have sold your item. If we do not hear from you we will assume you have sold your item and your advertisement will not appear. The sale price must be included in the advertisement and the only alterations you may make are to the PRICE of your item. Business advertisements, rental hire and real estate are not included in the offer for the purpose of ongoing profit. The publisher reserves the right to decline any booking for the purpose of ongoing gain.

Signature: Cash Paid: Receipt:

Paid at:

CHEQUE Please make cheques or money orders payable to ***Star News Group***

C1103718-JL49-13

C1102952-JL47-13

Connecting people & communities

ENROL NOW!!!!!

Spaces limited so BOOK your Place NOW!!!

www.pennymiller.com.au

SOUTH EASTERN SUBURBS

Mail your application to: Paul Bewicke, Group Real Estate Manager, Star News Group, PO Box 9, Pakenham 3980 paul.bewicke@starnewsgroup.com.au

KEEP FIT & EARN THIS SUMMER

TAKE THE FIRST STEP TO A FUTURE IN CARPENTRY

C1103531-JL49-13

A history in Media or sales would be highly regarded although not a pre requisite. Current drivers licence and fully maintained vehicle required.

Phone 9706 5443

Distribute/collect catalogues 8-12hr/wk. No upfront outlay.

FULL TIME

Together, we will provide all stakeholders internal and external the best possible solutions and service.

ARE YOU THINKING ABOUT YOUR OPTIONS IN 2014?

C1104074-JL49-13

We are looking for a motivated person to join our stable and experienced team. Being a good communicator you will possess advanced people skills, good presentation and time management.

HR Licence, Road Ranger and Synchro experience essential for the pickup of used tyres metro & regional work. We are based in Dandenong.

C904556-FB10-11

A rare opportunity has arisen for a Sales professional or a person planning a career shift to direct sales, to join one of Australia’s leading independent newspaper groups. You will be based at our head office in Pakenham and will be responsible for growing a portfolio of clients and managing your own territory.

DRIVER

C1103029-JL48-13

Full time position exists for a self motivated, reliable person to join our sales team. Battery Zone is a small business that has been serving the Pakenham community for 8 years. We are seeking an individual who understands the value of excellent customer service and can integrate into an existing sales team. Heavy lifting involved. The right applicant will have current Victorian drivers licence, able to work Saturdays, automotive/mechanical knowledge an advantage. Above award wages paid. Please email or post resume to: sales@batteryzone.com.au Attention: The Manager, Battery Zone. Shop 3, 206 Princes Hwy Pakenham 3810.

Advertising Sales Full Time REAL ESTATE FOCUS

C1063592-KK47-12

SALES PERSON REQUIRED

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

C1073103-KK4-13

POSITIONS VACANT

C1103861-BM49-13

CN


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 56 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Sport

�� All-round brilliance as Avery leads Seagulls to victory

Karate Kingi goes places BY RUSSELL BENNETT HAMPTON Park’s 15-year-old Ngaheretia Kingi has taken the karate world by storm, playing a huge role in putting Dandenong’s Shukokai dojo on the map. She is fresh off returning from this year’s World Karate Federation Junior World Championships - held near Madrid in Spain - where she fought in the female 14-15 54-plus kilogram cadet class. Ngaheretia may only be 15, but she’s already an eight-year karate veteran with a fighting resume that stacks up against the very best the country has to offer. She won gold at last year’s Australian Karate Federation National Championships in a season that also saw her claim top spot in the Victorian Open, Sydney International and Australian Open tournaments. She backed that up by winning this year’s Victorian Open, and top three finishes in the Australian Open and National Championships. Like most other Shukokai fighters, Ngaheretia just keeps going back for the whole club atmosphere. But she’s also made a reputation on putting in the long, hard training hours in the lead-in to big tournaments and - clearly - the results speak for themselves.

Ngaheretia Kingi, Sensei Ennio Anselmi and Daniel Tielen are three of the pieces that make up the Shukokai karate puzzle. Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT In preparation for the world titles, she trained for around 25 hours per week - that’s more than a part-time job.

“We all want that gold medal,” she said. “We wouldn’t be here doing this otherwise.” But a world championship fairy

story just wasn’t to be. She “got smashed” 4-0. “They’re always one step ahead at that level,” Ngaheretia added.

“It’s a big jump up from the nationals. We’re the best here, but over there we’re at the bottom again.” She is currently weighing up whether to embark on another twoyear plan that could take her to the next world championships. But should she make it back, she knows she’ll have to lift her intensity. She said the biggest lesson she had learnt from this year’s tournament was to never take an opponent lightly. The championships in Spain featured about 1300 competitors from 92 countries. Qualifying, alone, was a massive achievement. Dandenong’s Shukokai has long had a reputation for producing worldclass fighters. Chief instructor, Sensei Ennio Anselmi beamed when describing Ngaheretia’s effort in Spain. “There are two-minute rounds that are just hectic,” he said. “You’ve got no time to take it easy. “All it can take is one point to lose a fight - a single moment can change everything, and if you lose a point, you have to recompose yourself within seconds. “It’s such a rollercoaster sport, but I’m so proud. “Only the best of the best make it to these big tournaments. “Just like the Olympics.”

Tabinor’s triumphant saloon run By RUSSELL BENNETT A 42-YEAR-OLD Casey diesel mechanic has driven his way to one of the most dominant individual seasons in Australian Saloon Car history. Simon Tabinor piloted his Holden VT Commodore to 11 wins from 15 races in the 2013 Australian Saloon Car Series and didn’t even take to the grid for the final round because he had already clinched his second consecutive championship. Tabinor’s season started at Sydney’s Eastern Creek Raceway in March, where he qualified on pole and, subsequently, won all three races. The British ex-pat then competed at rounds in South Australia, at Winton in country Victoria, Phillip Island, Wakefield Park in New South Wales, and Queensland Raceway and he won them all. In fact, Tabinor’s worst finish of the saloon car series was second - which he finished in the other four races he competed in. His ultra-dominant season has already gone down in series history as arguably the most dominant. Ever. The national saloon car series involves six-cylinder Ford Falcon AU, and VT Commodore models, and is strictly regulated. Fields are notoriously tightly bunched, with less than a second often separating first from tenth on the grid. Tabinor has spent six years in the category, and also has the 2009 Victorian title and a runners-up place the 2010 national title to his name. Having stitched up this year’s series with a round still to play out, he then lined up in a round of the Kumho V8

Merinda Park’s Daniel McCalman will look to put his best foot forward this weekend when he represents the WGCA against Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS Ferntree Gully. 110263

Simon Tabinor stormed his way to victory in this year’s Australian Saloon Car Series. Picture: SUPPLIED Touring Car Series in a former Brad Jones Racing BF Falcon against a field that included Upper Beaconsfield sensation Jack Le Brocq. But this time, nothing went to plan for Tabinor. A gearbox issue and a broken front shock absorber plagued him. “We started from the rear of the field twice and made it back to eighth and sixth,” he explained. “It was really frustrating given how we’d performed earlier in the year.” Tabinor paid tribute to the small, privateer Eurostar Diesels team that was with him every step of the way for his historic saloon car series win. “I was just competing for the fun of it,” he explained.

“It gave me something to do once every six weeks!” Tabinor, who works for the Hallambased Eurostar, added: “We just make it easy on ourselves and do it for the love of it”. Despite having what he admits was “a great year” in the saloon cars, Tabinor is eager to take a step up in class to the Kumho series next year. “We can always go back if we don’t have any luck with the new BF (Falcon).” No doubt his saloon car series rivals are shuddering at the mere thought of that. Another Hallam-based business, Selby Acoustics, will proudly sponsor Tabinor’s mission in his new car.

Warriors raring to go THE best of the best in the West Gippsland Cricket Association will face off against Ferntree Gully this Sunday in a trial game to help determine the Warriors’ final Country Week squad. The WGCA will go headto-head with the Ferntree Gully and District Cricket Association (FTGDCA) at Casey Fields on Sunday, but it will be a slightly different Warriors side taking to the field compared to the one that battled the Yarra Valley in Officer recently. Some notable ins for this week’s game include Kooweerup run machine Shane Dole, and young tearaways Tom Baldock

(Emerald) and Jarrod Armitage (Merinda Park). Pakenham skipper Dom Paynter makes his way into a side that will also feature leading WGCA spinner Shannon Mathers (Merinda Park). The Warriors team for this Sunday, as announced, is: Jarrod Armitage, Tom Baldock, Kyle Brooke (Clyde), Shane Dole, Daniel McCalman (Merinda Park), Shannon Mathers, Brent Murdoch (Cranbourne Meadows), Leigh Murdoch (Cranbourne Meadows), Cal O’Hare (Tooradin), Dom Paynter, Bradey Welsh (Pakenham) and Jason Williams (Pakenham).


CN

Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 57

Sport

Young guns face off IF ROSS Sugars was a football coach... he would be in an enviable position. Sugars has two young guns fit and firing at the right time of year but the problem now is they have to go head to head in this Saturday night’s Decron Cranbourne Pacing Cup. American Muscle has drawn perfectly in barrier one while his outstanding stable companion Youranut will begin from four. Prior to last start there was little between the rising stars, the former was coming off a Group 2 win in his last preparation and the latter, a year his junior, had returned from a Vicbred Super Series win. But even Sugars can no longer deny that Youranut is the top seed for the stable after his slashing sixth was the run of the race in the Popular Alm Free For All. And despite having a worse barrier ‘Nutter’, as he is known at home, will have the services of one of Victoria’s leading drivers, Ross’s son, Greg Sugars. “Before the other night it was a question of which one was the best but he has improved from the age four to five so much,” Sugars said. “He’s definitely the better of the two horses; if he replicates that and doesn’t get too much of a gut buster early then he will run a great race.

Cold Sister (3) proved too strong for stable mate My High Expectations (5) in the Uncle Petrika Free For All earlier this year. The David Aiken trained pair will be strong contenders for the Aldebaran Park Bill Collins Mile at Cranbourne on Saturday Picture: STUART McCORMICK night. 111588

Trotting in transformation

Driver Greg Sugars and Donna Logan from Empire Stallions with Youranut after the then four-year-old’s victory in the Empire Stallions Vicbred Super Series final back in July. Youranut is a leading contender for Saturday night’s Decron Cranbourne Pacing Picture: CONTRIBUTED Cup. 111585 The Decron Cranbourne Pacing Cup is being touted as the strongest edition in living memory; in fact, nine of the 12 runners are already Group 1 winners with less than a handful almost certain to secure a Victoria Cup spot on 14 December. Youranut will have to contend with recent Grand Circuit winner Ideal Scott

and Kilmore Cup champion Chancellor Cullen. For American Muscle however it was touch and go for him to even be in this race. His tailed-off last at Tabcorp Park Melton on Saturday was not only uncharacteristic but almost had Sugars contemplating a change of direction for last season’s Hot To Trot Four-Year-Old

Championship winner. “We were that close to not running and just going around on the Friday night but we thought no, if he is entitled to his spot we will go around and then he comes up with the pole so we are very happy,” he said. The Decron Cranbourne Pacing Cup will be run at 9.30pm on Saturday night.

THE concerted push to elevate the square-gaiter in Australia is well and truly underway and the results are already evident in the trotting world. One need only look at Saturday night’s Aldebaran Park Bill Collins Mile at Cranbourne to see the transformation that is taking place in the sport. Inaugural Great Southern Star winner Vulcan has returned to Australia in similar form to when he last graced our shores, Elegant Image has continued his progression and Chris Lang’s prediction that Kyvalley Blur could be top shelf has proven spot on. The final piece of the intriguing puzzle is the David Aikentrained My High Expectations. With versatility that makes him a threat in standing-start marathons and a Great Southern Star placegetter over the sprint trip, he

is starting to look like the perfect trotter. “He finished his last preparation on a good note and he has come back the same this season,” Aiken said. “He’s a safe trotter and he is pretty bombproof, he came from a lower class last year and has just kept improving but he meets a really strong, in-form field here. Aiken also has one of the best trotting mares in Victoria in Cold Sister and she has drawn inside the second row for the $50,000 Group 1 race this weekend. The winner of the race will be granted automatic entry into the qualifying heats on 22 March, with the final to be run just hours later on the same night. The first race on Decron Cranbourne Pacing Cup night kicks off at 6.25pm with the Aldebaran Park Bill Collins Trotters Mile to be run at 8.33pm.

1109583-EP49-13


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 58 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Sport

Avery - skipper of skippers By RUSSELL BENNETT

1. WHICH soccer team did Guus Hiddink coach after Australia? 2. WHICH jockey rode the winner of both the 1981 and 1984 Melbourne Cups? 1. AGAINST which country did Michael Clarke once score 329 not out? 4. WHAT racquet sport is regularly contested at the Commonwealth Games? 5. WHO represented Australia in four different sports at the 1908 Olympics? 6. WHICH Australian tennis player was undefeated in 22 Federation Cup matches? 7. AN Aussie swimmer beat Lisa Curry-Kenny for the 100 metres freestyle gold medal at the 1990 Commonwealth Games. Who was she? 8. TO which Australian athlete did Czech runner Emile Zatopek give one of his Olympic gold medals? 9. WHAT is the christian name of Sir Jack Brabham’s son, who won the Australian Formula Two Championship in 1976? 10. WHAT famous international event was played annually at the Roland Garros Stadium? 11. WHICH tennis player was the inaugural winner of the ABC Sportsman of the Year award in 1951? 12. WHO was the first Australian athlete to read the Olympic oath? 13. WHAT is the home ground of famous English soccer club Tottenham? 14. HOW many jumps are athletes allowed in Olympic long jump competition? 15. WHO won Australia’s only track medal at the 1980 Olympic Games? 16. WHAT sport is played by the Los Angeles Lakers? 17. WHICH sport uses the terms ‘boast’, ‘foot fault’ and glass back’? 18. WHICH sport has categories known as target, field, flight and clout? 19. WHICH Australian cricketer had his jaw broken by the West Indies pace attack in 1988-9? 20. IN which English city is Queen’s Lawn Tennis Club located?

BERWICK MONTUNA GOLF CLUB

Membership Special

1107893-EP49-13

Seagulls skipper Aaron Avery was sublime in his century-making Picture: DONNA OATES effort on Saturday. 111237

WEST GIPPSLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION IF the best leaders are those who lead by example, then Tooradin captain Aaron Avery is surely in the elite group of Premier skippers. He led from the front on Saturday with a pair of brilliant individual contributions - 100 and 6/32 - to steer Tooradin to an emphatic win over fellow title hopefuls, Kooweerup. The Seagulls started nervously with openers Sean Wilson (4) and Tom Hussey (20) falling early, but Avery steadied in a 68-run stand with big Cal O’Hare (40). The visitors ultimately reached 5/213 from their 40 overs before skittling the Demons for just 118. Avery (6/32) quickly converted his imposing form with the bat into a starring performance with the cherry, tearing through the Demons’ batting line-up in eight brutal overs. But Avery was a little too modest in summing up his own performance. Of course, he had made the most of some good luck when Scott Clark dropped a caught-and-bowled chance when Avery was yet to score. “It was just one of those days, I suppose,” Avery said. “I guess I felt pretty good in the nets this week. “But the overall result was really pleasing - we put a big emphasis on beating Kooweerup.” Avery praised teenage quick Luke Adams, who was elevated into the side from Sub-District to take the new ball following a hamstring injury to Steve Hamill. The youngster finished with 1/20 from his eight overs and looked at ease out in the middle. “I’ve always said that we’re only as good as our second XI,” Avery said. “We’ve got boys coming up and earning their spot and I thought Lukey was super impressive. “I thought we bowled and fielded pretty well overall, actually. “We were 2/30-odd with the bat and had a heap of work to do at one stage.

“Doley (Shane Dole) ran Cal out with a brilliant direct hit from a straight-ish cover when he only really had one stump to aim at and that hurt because Cal has been hitting the ball beautifully lately.” With Pakenham knocking off Merinda Park on Saturday, Tooradin now moves two games clear on top of the Premier ladder. The Lions began day two of their clash with the Cobras in search of quick runs - a chance to make an indelible mark on the contest and put their hands up as legitimate premiership threats. Starting Saturday’s play on 7/168 from 53 overs, Pakenham wasted no time getting to work. “We had (Jack) Anning and (Brody) Pearse at the crease to start the day,” skipper Dom Paynter said. “I asked them to get us to 200 and they did that on the dot. “I guess it’s a bit of a mental edge 200 looks a lot better than 199. “Those two scored at about a run a ball and I couldn’t have asked for any more than that. “They were just positive between the wickets and they played their shots.” Pakenham reached 9/200 (cc) in 60 overs, taking the fight right up to the Cobras at Donnelly Reserve. Despite a shaky start, Merinda Park was well in the contest at 3/130, thanks to a 113-run stand between opener Matt Grayson (65) and Glen Ward (57). But Russ Lehman (5/44) stepped up with a clutch bowling effort, finishing with a five-wicket haul and demoralising the Cobras’ middle and lower orders as the home side fell for 178 in its reply. “Any time you beat Merinda Park, especially at home, it’s something to feel pretty good about,” Paynter explained. “We got a couple of quick wickets before drinks, but Grayson and Ward really stood up. “It’s probably the biggest partnership scored against us all season so far. “We probably bowled one bad ball per over and that helped them really solidify things. “They made the most of the bad balls

and we just didn’t nip it in the bud.” The skipper reserved special praise for Lehman’s bowling effort, saying: “Russ was just awesome. “He bowled uphill into the breeze and I thought he lifted a few of his team mates up with him. “It was a really good spell.” The Lions return to Toomuc Reserve this week for just their second home game of the season so far - a blockbuster against Kooweerup. DISTRICT NNG/Maryknoll 149 (S. Lewis 47, J. Lownds 36, G. Bradshaw 6/20) d Cranbourne Meadows 8/132(cc) (L. Murdoch 51*, B. Guinane 29, S. Somers 4/22, V. Van Strijp 3/22). Beaconsfield 4/177 (B. Johnson 74*, B. Miles 41, R. O’Connor 27, L. Otten 2/50) d SFX Old Collegians 82 (S. Shepherdson 30, R. O’Connor 4/20, M. Meehan 3/19, G. Scales 2/22). Devon Meadows 7/220 (D. O’Brien 55, L. Carroll 51*, A. Travaglia 26, K. Brooke 3/58, A. Buller 2/42) d Clyde 7/211(cc) (G. Adams 101*, S. Webster 28, M. Davidson 3/28, P. Zauner 2/101). Lyndhurst Vikings 172 (A. Straughair 49, J. Fitzgerald 37, T. Keily 6/81, D. Brown 2/43) d Catani 147 (G. Zekic 34, R. Kortholt 28, L. Keily 25, H. Straughair 4/38, N. Macdonald 3/16). SUB-DISTRICT Cardinia 6/178(cc) (P. Nolen 49, B. Darose 44*, D. Salvato 36, C. Fulton 3/32, R. Caddell 2/22) d Lang Lang 166 (B. Christensen 37, S. Cole 31, S. Baker 27, J. Grima 25, T. Wheller 3/33, B. Darose 2/16, L. Plozza 2/22, J. Browne 2/35). Tooradin 5/221(cc) (M. Ralph 85, S. Clarke 73, C. Smith 2/17, L. Harrison 2/44) d Upper Beaconsfield 7/97 (A. Adams 3/29, S. Birtchnell 2/19). Officer 5/201(cc) (B. McHugh 65*, J. Longmuir 55*, P. Singh 49, T. Lehman 2/41, D. Lucas 2/52) d Pakenham 188 (Sam Webster 62, B. Irvine 27, J. Quinn 6/41). Nyora 189 (A. Tagliaferro 62, J. Dixon 33, P. Hendry 31*, D. Waite 4/20, N. Powell 3/9) d Clyde 125 (N. O’Brien 39*, G. Hackett 4/34, G. Easton 2/3).

Enough not good enough By RUSSELL BENNETT

21 for the price of

Join NOW & receive 2 Memberships for the price of 1* Available for a limited time ONLY

PLAY UNLIMITED GOLF 7 DAYS A WEEK UNTIL 31st AUGUST 2014.

Insurance and Afilliation Fees!

Includes access to ALL Club Competitions, a Golf Australia Handicap & all applicable

Contact the Club on 9707 1887 to JOIN NOW... 1099791-HM44-13

CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE SITTING on 1/110 at home against Geelong on Saturday, Swans skipper Jolyon Leaver would have been bullish about his side’s chances. The visitors won the toss and sent Casey in, and the decision soon reaped rewards with the Swans losing opener Josh Holden (14) with the score at just 1/18. But an impressive 93-run second wicket stand between Shane Maggs (38) and Lachlan Sperling (56) steadied the ship and gave the home side the momentum. But with Sperling’s wicket - bowled by Luke Muller - came another momentum shift, this one proving much harder for the Swans to reverse. The home side lost 4/26 in a middle-order collapse that included the prized scalp of Leaver (19), himself. From a steady 1/110, Casey-South Melbourne was suddenly in a deep hole at 5/137. But, as the Swans have done all season to date, they dug their feet in, rolled their sleeves up and fought. Nathan Freitag (57) and number seven Chris Hall (74) put on a 118-run partnership for the sixth wicket that went a long way to the side reaching its super-competitive 299-run total. Jake Reed was the star of the show with the ball for Geelong, finishing with 5/54 from his 19 overs. Luke Muller was superb in his role playing second fiddle to Reed, finishing with a supereconomical 2/73 from 31 overs. Chasing 300 for victory on Sunday, the visitors also had a horror start - losing opener Kha-

Looks can be deceiving – Swans batsman Dylan Hadfield looks towards deep midwicket after this expansive shot off his pads, only to fall soon after for a duck. 111324 Picture: JARROD POTTER lid Sawas (6) at 1/7. But their recovery was even more spectacular, with James Crosthwaite (146) and Eamonn Vines (122no) combining for a brilliant 244-run, match-winning partnership. The visitors stormed to victory, finishing on 4/303 in just the 70th over. What started so promisingly ended up becoming a brutal day in the field for the Swans, with Dylan Hadfield (2/40) the side’s leading wicket-taker in an expensive five-over spell. Casey, which has suddenly slipped to 14th on the Victorian Premier Cricket ladder, will now look to regroup quickly before taking on Fitzroy Doncaster and Ringwood in a pair of limited overs clashes at Morwell Recreation Reserve this Saturday.


CN

Connecting people and communities

| starcommunity.com.au

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 59

Sport

Stay classy, Buckley Ridges By JARROD POTTER THE pain train was stopping at all City of Casey area cricket clubs in the Dandenong District Cricket Association (DDCA) Turf 1 competition this weekend - with four hard grafts ahead for the teams to salvage their woeful Saturdays. BUCKLEY RIDGES v HEINZ SOUTHERN DISTRICTS While his namesake (Paul Rudd who plays Brian Fantana in the comedy Anchorman 2) is currently on tour in Australia promoting Anchorman 2, Buckley Ridges’ variant of Paul Rudd (86) was pivotal to pushing the Ridges to 224 from their 76.1 overs against Heinz Southern Districts (0/2). Rudd’s top-order comrades Jayson Hobbs (2) and Antonio Greenidge (0) fell early. The revival came from Rudd and big Dan Haasbroek (32), knocking in 77 for the third wicket stand as Rudd raised his bat for a well-earned half-century. Haasbroek was trapped plumb in front and this only brought more pain for the Cobras as Suren Ekanayake (63) combined with Rudd for another 94 runs. Rudd’s ‘Fantana-stic’ innings came to a close 14-short of a century as he was rendered LBW and had to vacate Park Oval. By then the Ridges had stabilised and approaching the double-century mark. Another collapse rendered the Ridges all out for 224, after being 4/186 when Rudd departed, as the tail failed to wag. Captain Matt Goodwright (11) was the best of the Ridges’ lower order as Matt Cox (3/24) Justin Davis (3/53) and Matt Cox (3/24) snared the scalps. Heinz batted out its three overs without issue and will resume at 0/2. SPRINGVALE SOUTH v BERWICK The rear guard action of a few gave Berwick (153) something to defend as Springvale South (0/26) ran through the Bears. The Bloods’ new-ball pair Tim Ford (6/62) and Yoshan Kumara (2/58) pretty much bowled the entire innings, snaring eight wickets between them in a display of ruthless attack on the Berwick order. Ford struck like a clock chime - hitting his mark and snaring victims at metronomic intervals. At 2/3, with Ford and Kumara snaring Berwick’s openers on the cheap, it soon turned into 6/84 when Tanner Stanton (9) became victim number three for Ford. The fightback came from Ryan Williamson (34), promoted for his first Turf 1 run this season, and Nirmal Wickramaratne (32) - helping add crucial runs to a lacklustre tally. The

Above: Heinz Southern Districts’ human bowling machine Paul Stockdale bowled without luck against Buckley Ridges on Saturday. 111328 Picture: JARROD POTTER Right: Berwick’s Tanner Stanton survived this lofted drive that just cleared the inner circle fieldsmen. 111327 captain Jarrod Goodes (21) emerged from the sheds at number 10 to help tickle the ball to the boundary in tandem with Adam Watson (16no) and Cory Bevan (8). This rout was completed by Ford - taking his ninth five-wicket or greater haul in the DDCA’s Turf competitions. Nathan King (15no) and Steve Masterson (10no) batted to stumps unfazed with 128 left to attain. HALLAM KALORA PARK v LYNDALE Jaime Brohier continued his rampaging start to DDCA Turf 1 cricket, belting 104 for Lyndale (7/279) on a day to forget for Hallam Kalora Park.

Brohier knocked in his second century of the season with defining support coming from captain Rory Ingram (57), Ciaron Connolly (41), Quyen Pham (30) and Sanjeewa De Silva (34no). There was little Hallam Kalora Park could do but hold on and wait for Brohier to make a mistake - which eventually came as he hit out via Jagveer Hayer (3/41). It leaves a whopping 280 for Hallam to chase next weekend. NARRE WARREN v MORDIALLOC Narre Warren (124) is half-way to defeat

against league heavyweight Mordialloc (1/58) with the Magpies batsmen unable to achieve anything meaningful. Dwayne Thomson (49) was the only Magpie with numbers worth bragging about, but will be disappointed for getting out stumped one before his half-century. Thomson batted throughout the innings, practically carrying his bat as the middle order failed. Steve Woodward (18no) and Ben Swift (17) added something to the tally before the Magpies succumbed completely for 124 as Monto Perera (6/38) ripped through the birds. Mordialloc has knocked 58 off the required chase from its 21 overs on Saturday.

Parting shots as ‘Krusty’ steps down as chairman CRANBOURNE BOWLS AT last, the Cranbourne Bowls Club division one side had a great win by four shots over highly ranked Eltham just as selector Steve ‘Krusty’ Bentley steps down from his post as chairman of selectors. Cranbourne finished strongly after the prospect of facing yet another narrow defeat, but with two ends to be played, the home-ground advantage and fighting spirit got Cranny home and they managed to record their first win for the season. Meanwhile, in a shock announcement, Steve Bentley, after having a discussion with the selection committee decided it was time to call it a day as chairman and will now “just concentrate on playing and enjoying bowls”. Results: Cranbourne Div (1) 80 d Eltham 76. R. Travica 19/30, L. Quigg 18/19, P. Colthup 25/10 and D Boggie 18/17. The best performing rink was Stan Myers, Bob Kent, Ian Barrenger and Peter Colthup with 15 shots up. Dandenong Club 88 d Cranbourne 2 Div (2) 77. N. Fell 8/28, J. Mulder 20/25, F. Helle 30/18 and P. De Lisle 19/17. Narre Warren 117 d Cranbourne 3 Div (2) 50. Mulgrave Country Club 79 d Cranbourne 4 Div (4) 72. Cranbourne 5 Div (6) 86 d Lilydale 78. Midweek Ladies Cranbourne Ladies had a loss away from home against a very strong Berwick side by eight shots. Isobel Partington drew on her rink but the others went down by small amounts. Berwick 61 d Cranbourne 1 53. Y. Vander Wees 16/21, F. Farrell 20/23, I. Partington 17/17. Cranbourne 2 had a very close and exciting win against Cheltenham at home. Shirley Venville’s rink was the big winner with nine shots up. Cranbourne 2 64 defeated Cheltenham 62. C. Wright 19/24, S. Venville 24/15 and B. DeLisle 21/23.

The ladies pairs club championship final was held through the week with an exciting win on the last end by one shot to Lyn Whalley and Barb Fulton, who defeated Shirley Venville and Kath Dudink in a quality game played in good spirit. Congratulations to all of those ladies. CRANBOURNE RSL BOWLS WHAT a great day for the club with all three teams winning on the same day, in round nine on Saturday. Division 2 upset the third placed team with a fantastic win at Hampton Park. The win was due to a superb comeback from Walter Brannan’s team who were 13 shots down with 10 ends to play but steamed home to win 29/17. Ron Hansen’s team was the other mainstay as it led all day to have a comfortable 30/14 win. The win shows that this team has what it takes to be successful this year. Keep it up team. Results: Cranbourne RSL 92 d Hampton Park 79. Ron Hansen 30/14, Walter Brannan 29/17, Wally Ballard 18/25, Mal Watkinson 15/23. Division 5 continued on their winning streak with a 34-shot win at home over Dandenong City. That’s three in a row; keep up the great work team. Cranbourne RSL 95 d Dandenong City 61. Jack Hosie 31/11, Doug Ambrose 27/14, Murray Bulte 24/13, George Whyte 13/30. Division 8 completed the trifecta with a comfortable win over Clayton. We all knew another win was just around the corner and it was great to see the Hodges team win by 17 shots to welcome back Bruce Treadwell and Harry Mills. Cranbourne RSL 46 d Clayton 28. Tom Hodges 27/10, Percy Leake 19/18. King of the rinks was the team of Fred Day, Ken McLeod, Karen Hickson and Jack Hosie who finished 20 shots up. Singles championship final will be played on Sunday 8 December at 1pm and all are welcome to attend.

NARRE WARREN BOWLS WITH all six teams winning this round, club morale is on a high. Tuesday Div 1 was at home to Dandenong Club with two rinks having close games with one up and one down results and the third rink was in command all day and ran out comfortable winners by 14 shots. Results: Narre Warren 65 d Dandenong Club 51. S. Bell, W. Haringsma, J. Naughton and I. Brotherton (skip) 19/21. A. Mark, B. Fraser, E. Gibb and E. Sydenham (skip) 26/12. C. Lapham, G. Gilchrist, K. Mark and J Millar (skip) 20/18. Tuesday Div 3 was also at home to Burden Park and had a good result with an 80/41 win by 39 shots. All rinks had wins and the team is sneaking under the radar, and after another win find themselves in third position on the ladder but have a tough assignment next week at Hampton Park. Narre Warren 80 d Burden Park 41. N. Michallef, C. Pater, S. Lapham and M. Horton (skip) 21/13. S. Van Maanen, A. Fitt, A. Tobler and B. Proctor (skip) 24/17. P. Uren, N. Pugh, E. Van Maanen and T. Henneman (skip) 35/11. Saturday Div 2 played at Cranbourne in search of a good win to finish the first half of the season in style and keep within reach of the top four. The result was beyond expectation and after a onesided affair the team finished with a massive 67shot win. With three winning rinks and a tie, rinks skipped by Graham Manifold, 33 shots up, and Jimmy Millar, 27 shots up were the stand-outs. Narre Warren 117 d Cranbourne 50. K. Mark, D. Randall, R. Lane and G. Manifold (skip) 37/4. S. Michallef. W. Haringsma, K. Murray and I. Brotherton (skip) 22/22. S. Bell, E. Sydenham, E. Luyters and J. Millar (skip) 36/9. P. O’Day, N. Bradley, R. Green and G. Parker (skip) 22/15. Div 3 playing at home against Keysborough had a tight game until the break, but when play

resumed Narre forged ahead to run out winners by 21 shots, with three rinks up. Results: Narre Warren 93 d Keysborough 72. L. Klarica, C. Lapham, A. Mark and J. Heathcote (skip) 24/14. M. Horton, F. Fox, S. Robinson and R. Johnston (skip) 22/19. G. Cadman, E. Vergara, K. Davis and N. Hosmer (skip) 27/15. M. Graham, G. Miller, G. Cowan and M. Fitt (skip) 24/20. Div 7 is nicely placed in third position on the ladder and was hoping for an easy win at home against Beaumaris, but received a fright. With two rinks up and two down, the result was not decided until the last end but the win should keep the team in the top half of the ladder with a bye next week. Results: Narre Warren 77 d Beaumaris 71. A. Fitt, R. Pompe, E. Van Maanen and J. Hickman (skip) 15/20. L. O’Brien, B. Potter, G. Bowman and D. Brick (skip) 28/17. J. Moran, S. Lapham, P. Castricum and B. Fraser (skip) 23/9. J. Norman, P. Rouse, A. Kidd and J. Green (skip) 11 /25. Div 8 made the short trip to Berwick and with both rinks successful ran out comfortable winners by 24 shots. The side is doing well considering the changes each week due to the rotation policy. Narre Warren 52 d Berwick 28. H. McCarthy, S. Van Maanen, P. Pater and L. Brown (skip) 25/12. D. Moore, L. McGeary, R. Young and J. Dukats (skip) 27/16. ANSWERS: 1. Russia 2. Peter Cook 3. India 4. Badminton 5. Reg 'Snowy' Baker 6. Margaret Court 7. Karen van Wirdum 8. Ron Clarke 9. Geoff 10. The French Open Tennis Championships 11. Frank Sedgman 12. John Landy 13. White Hart Lane 14. Six 15. Rick Mitchell 16. Basketball 17. Squash 18. Archery 19. Geoff Lawson 20. London 1107894-EP49-13


Page 60 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

| starcommunity.com.au

Motoring

Connecting people and communities CN

�� Reviews and news…

Big sculptured shape By EWAN KENNEDY HYUNDAI i30 station wagon is a practical big brother to the i30 five-door hatchback that has already scored plenty of points in the sales race since it was launched early in 2013. Though it’s South Korean, Hyundai calls this i30 variant a ‘Tourer’ rather than a station wagon to give it a European flavour. This vehicle was designed in Germany and is very much aimed at that huge economic area in its chassis dynamics and overall performance. The front of the new Hyundai Tourer wagon has what its designers call Fluidic Sculpture. Potential buyers agree and say the modern lines really stand out from the crowd in what is generally a conservative market segment. Hyundai i30 Tourer is sold in two trim levels - Active and Elite. Ours was an Elite and we found it pleasing to drive and ride in. This really is a practical load carrier that offers excellent value for money, with a recom-

Model range Active 1.6-litre petrol five-door wagon: $22,990 (manual), $25,190 (automatic); Active CRDi 1.6-litre turbo-diesel five-door wagon: $25,590 (manual), $27,790 (automatic); Elite CRDi 1.6-litre turbo-diesel five-door wagon: $31,390 (automatic).

mended price list beginning at $22,990. Unlike the now superseded Hyundai i30 station wagon which had a longer wheelbase than the hatchback variant, the new i30 Tourer shares the hatch’s 2650mm wheelbase. While that’s a long wheelbase for this class, though the wagon isn’t as voluminous it might otherwise have been. However interior and luggage space are still pretty good and potential buyers we spoke to agreed it would usually meet all their needs. That’s because the body of all-new i30 Tourer is 185 mm longer overall than the hatch. It has 528 litres of stowage capacity with rear seats up, a significant increase of 150 litres over the hatch.

Stylish Hyundai i30 Tourer wagon will meet the needs of many families - and do so at a modest price. This volume rises to an imWhile peak torque is at a but we tended to leave it to its pressive 1642 litres with the very high 4850 rpm, aimed at own decisions most of the time rear seats folded flat. Addition- high-speed touring on Europe- and found it to have good grunt al underfloor storage compart- an motorways, we found it was in real life conditions. ments are of a decent size and strong for plenty of the rev band Fuel consumption was usubelow that high number. add to the Tourer’s versatility ally in the six to seven litres per Making it much more suited 100 kilometres range in country Again following the Europeans, the new Hyundai i30 Tour- to Australian driving. and motoring running, rising to er is sold with both petrol and Both engines can have either a still reasonable seven to nine turbo-diesel powertrains. a six-speed manual or six-speed litres around town in heavy traffic and commuting running. The 1.6-litre direct-injection automatic, sitting beside it. petrol engine puts out 99 kW of All-new Hyundai i30 Tourer The automatic transmission power and 164 Nm of torque. has a sequential manual mode, has an impressive range of ac-

tive and passive safety technologies. Standard across all models are Vehicle Stability Management (VSM), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Traction Control System (TCS), and ABS with EBD and Brake Assist. As will all Hyundai models sold downunder in recent years, the i30 Tourer has suspension tuned to Australian driving conditions and drivers’ desires. It’s slightly on the firm side compared with what we would have expected in the South Korean original, but follows the Australian (and European) handling and dynamic trends. We like it, but perhaps try it for yourself if your preference puts comfort over handling ideally over the sort of roads you will be using on a regular basis. If you can live without the image of a European car and the macho looks of an SUV, then you will get a lot of vehicle for a very modest price in the all-new Hyundai i30 Tourer wagon. The Hyundai range is available for test drive at Cranbourne Hyundai, 200 High Street, Cranbourne. Phone 5995 1188.


CN

| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 61

Family Owned &d Operate Katrina and Cameron McLeish

KUGA AMBIENTE FROM

31 490

$

,

DRIVE AWAY

Rear Parking Sensors, Cruise Control, 17” Steel Wheels, Bluetooth®. Metallic paint $385 extra.

FOCUS TREND FROM

20,490

$

ACROSS C OSS THE K KUGA U UG GA RAN RANGE NG GE

FORD TERRITORY TX

DRIVE AWAY

Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Reverse Sensors, 16”” Alloy Wheels. Metallic paint $385 extra.

FROM

34,990

$

DRIVE AWAY

RANGER XLS FROM

AWAY 42,490 DRIVE

$

17”Alloy Wheels, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Reverse Sensors. Metallic paint $385 extra. +$2000 For Diesel

Bluetooth, 16” Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control. Metallic paint $385 extra.

DEMONSTRATOR WEEKLY SPECIALS 6

E

FORD FIESTA ZETEC HATCH Bluetooth, 16” Alloy Wheels Cruise Control, AUX & USB Input. ZSB972

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$17,790

FORD MONDEO ZETEC TEC 17” Alloy Wheels.6 Speed Spots Auto, Cruise Control, Bluetooth, Climate Control, Turbo. ZVB987

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$29,490

TU RB DIE SELO

TU RB DIE SELO

BO CO OS T

S SP PEED O AU RTS TO

TERRITORY TITANIUM IUM

FORD FOCUS TITANIUM NIUM 18” Alloy Wheels, leather, Parking Assist, Cruise Control, Climate Control. ZVV333

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$31,990

Leather, Cruise Control, DVD Player, 7 Seats, Reverse Camera, Climate Control. AAI124

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$46,490

SENSATIONAL USED CAR STOCK CLEARANCE DEALS GREAT

GREAT SPORTY LOOK

DEDICATED

GAS

CONDITION

IMMACULATE

CONDITION

MITSUBISHI LANCER CER ES

FORD FALCON SSB

KIA CERATO KOUP OUP

FORD FOCUS XR5

Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Sports Auto. UWS683

Sports Auto, Tow Bar, Cruise Control. YHJ619

Sports Auto, 17”Alloys, Cruise Control, Climate Control. XVM004

Turbo, 6 Speed Manual, 18” Alloy Wheels. UWN891

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$10,490

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$16,990

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$16,990

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$19,990

MUST SEE FORD TERRITORY RY Y TX Sports Auto, 17” Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Great Condition. YCO701

DRIVE AWAY TODAY!

$23,990

MANUAL

FPV GT-P 18” Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, Sunroof, Partial Leather, Climate Control. SVC371

DRIVE AWAY TODAY! Y!

$23,990

DON’T MISS SANTA’S SPECIAL DEALS THIS CHRISTMAS HO! HO! HO! Phone (03) 5991 2300 300 00 0 290 South Gippsland Hwy Cranbourne

www.freewayford.com.au

Victoria’s Only PRESIDENTIAL DEALER

*Comparison Rate for finance of $30,000 on secured Consumer Loan for 60 months. WARNING: this comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Only at participating Ford dealers for qualifying new and demonstrator Ford Kuga vehicles ordered, delivered and finance approved by 31/12/2013, with minimum deposit 10% of driveaway price and maximum term 48 months. Finance provided by Macquarie Leasing Pty Limited ABN 38 002 674 982 (Australian Credit Licence No. 394925) trading as myFord FINANCE to approved private and ABN buyers. Fees, charges and conditions apply. All prices are recommended. Freeway Ford and Ford Australia reserve the right to change or extend these offers. Pictures are either base model, same model or actual vehicle. LMCT9315


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 62 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

Exclusive to Berwick Mazda

Buy a Runout Mazda3 and you could

WIN a FREE upgrade to the NEW 2014 Mazda3! Runout Mazda3 Neo ay

From

$19,990 Driveaway

Includes FREE TRAY

BT-50 Single Cab 4x2 2.2lt

Mazda2 Neo Sports

CX-9 Classic

From $25,990 Driveaway

From $15,690 Driveaway

From $42,990 Driveaway

Plus!

FREE 2year 175,000km berwick Mazda extended new car warranty* *Conditions Apply. + Terms and Conditions Apply, see instore for details.

Quality Used cars 2010 suzuki swift

Auto, turbo diesel, 7 seats,, A leather trim,cruise control,, multi mu m u function steering wheel,, tow bar, window tint,, stability control,, rear view camera..

Auto, low kms (40,456) ABS, Au air con, CD player, power windows/mirrors, remote central locking, tinted windows.

$13,990

Reg: YCD621

Driveaway

2008 MAZDA6 LUXURY SPORTS

Reg: YTW824

$20,990

Plus!

$34,990

Driveaway Reg: XXA755 XXA7 XA755 55

A Auto, ABS, cruise control, sside/curtain airbags, a alloy wheels, window tint, rear parking sensors, bluetooth, ccargo tray, headlight and bonnet p protectors.

Reg: YNW343 YNW343 YNW3 43 Driveaway Reg:

2010 VOLKSWAGEN GOLF

2.5ltt 4 cy 2.5lt 2.5l cyll m manual, 6 airbags, sst tab abililitityy co con n stability control, sunroof, leather trim, BOS B OSE E audio, alloys, dual zone BOSE cclimate control, fog lights, , 6 stack CD player, window tint. Reg: ZYV248

2011 M{zd{3 Neo

2011 kia sorento

Auto, 71,633km, alloys, A ABS, dual zone climate A control, air bags, co MP3 M audio, bluetooth, auto headlights, rain a sensing wipers. se

$19,990

riveaway

$18,990

Driveaway

2012 M{zd{ bt-50 4x2 hi rider Auto,3.2ltr Auto Au to,3 ,3.2 .2ltltrr tu turb turbo rbo od diesel, 3350kg towing capacity, clim cl imat ate e control cont co ntrr bluetooth, voice recognition, climate sa nav, power windows/mirrors, sat tow bar, tub liner.

Reg: eg:: ZGC342 eg ZGC342 ZGC3 42

$39,999

Driveaway

FREE 3 year 175,000km berwick mazda used car extended warranty*

LMCT 7254

1110702-KC49-13


CN

| starcommunity.com.au

Connecting people and communities

Thursday, 5 December, 2013 Page 63

Wheel&Deal

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

AUTO SERVICES/REPAIR

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

DRIVING SCHOOLS

MOTOR VEHICLES

MOTOR VEHICLES

CARS REMOVED - WANTED

2018773v4

 1300 652 070 

LMCT 1229

Est. 1980

AUTO SERVICES /REPAIR

www.elv.com.au

BOATS & MARINE

Autoweld • Insurance Work • Restorations

RUNABOUT, Savage Scorpion, 5m, 2004, 75HP Mercury motor, Mackay trailer, sounder, VHF radio, bimini canopy, EC. $18,000. 0408 177 727.

• Smash Repairs • Paintwork • Sand Blasting

5940 9680 C691198-SJ7-8

CARAVANS & TRAILERS

CASH FOR SCRAP We pay top price for all kinds of scrap metal. Up to $700 for any old car*

Super Metal Recycling

Phone 9706 4909 or 0439 497 829 *conditions apply

LMCT 10540W C835664-JL34-10

SC RA P RE MO VA L

ADRIA-ALTEA, 2010, 18'x7'6", tare 1082kg, toilet, shower, 3 way fridge, 3 burner cook top, microwave, island double bed, hot water service, battery, TV, radio, AC, awning, remote caravan mover, VGC. $33,500. 0407 254 792.

POP-TOP 16 foot, tare 1,200kg, built 2011, never used, electric breaks, gas two burner, electric hot water, DBL bed, awning, 240volt/12volt, microwave, 3 way fridge. $24,000. 9707 5786.

HALLMARK PRESTIGE, 2006, 17'9", EC, independent suspension, shower, toilet, hand basin, 2 single beds, solar panel plus 240v battery charger, 12v/240v inverter, 12v /240v range hood, roof hatch with 12v fan and rain sensor, wind up antenna, TV/DVD player, Pioneer stereo/cassette player, 3 way fridge, separate 12v cooler, microwave oven, washing machine, extended roll out awning, with 2 shade walls. $26,900ono. 9703 0075.

9701 8740 & 0409 145 434 LMTC 10546

OCR

Old Cars Removed

C769636-KK10-10

C812911-JM26-10

WE PAY YOU UP TO

CAMPER TRAILER, O'Briens Off Road, 12oz Aussie canvass, gas strut erection, large annexe, roll out drawers, with cooker, tool box, EC. $10,500. Marion 0488 455 386.

500 CASH

$

Up to $3000 cash for unwanted cars in any condition

1300 12 22 77 8759 1568 lmct 10522

C1002339-PJ5-12

CASH FOR CARS

WALK IN WALKOUT, 24" caravan, 24" aluminium annex, large veranda, 6 burner BBQ with side burner, split system AC and heater, double bedroom, large kitchen and dining area, en suite, large double fridge and freezer, 106cm tv and Blue Ray player, 3M x 3M garden shed. $80,000ono. 0402 428 713.

฀ ฀ ฀

฀฀

DOUBLE LESSON (90 min) ฀

Roni 9704

9020 0414 246 928 ACCREDITED MALE & FEMALE INSTRUCTORS

PRATTLINE LOW TOW, Single axle, 17' 6", hydraulic pop top caravan, reg August, full annexe, electric brakes, 3-4 berth, four burner cook top with grill, rangehood, microwave, three way fridge, good tyres and two mounted spares, water and fuel holders, two gas bottles, four seasons hatch. $7,000ono. Phone 0419 356 802. REGENT Pop top, 18ft, '08, auto roof lift, TV, microwave, aircon, gas and electric stove. Many other extras, tandem axle, roll out awning. $24,500. 9702 3587.

JAYCO, 16ft, poptop, 2004, EC, new, single beds, cafe dinette, AC, awning, serviced. $16,800. Phone 9759 5562. JAYCO, Starcraft, 1999, 14ft, twin beds, rear door, immaculate, 3 new tyres, awning, annexe. $16,000. Phone 0400 158 252 after 4pm. Berwick.

SLIDE-ON CAMPER, Millard, just pull up, hop in and start camping. Ideal for quick weekends or family holidays, allows towing, suits most one tonne utilities, detachable under storage box for lower cabins, sleeps 2 adults, 2 children, 4 seat booth dining, pantry, closet, cupboards, shelves, drawers, friendly kitchen with 3-way fridge, gas cooking, ample sink and bench space, tank and mains water, 12 /240V lighting and power, house battery, vented skylight, thermo insulated, new mattress, annexe attachments, mount in 15 minutes, VGC. $11,111neg. 5940 1165.

MERCEDES BENZ, Sprinter, 2005, new fit-out, turbo diesel, double bed, LED TV, DVD, 90L 3 way-fridge, microwave, rollout awning, gas hotplate, plenty of cupboard storage, shower and toilet, gas hotwater service, 260L fresh water, RWC, reg BOSNA. $54,000ono. 0418 319 877. Nar Nar Goon. ONSITE CARAVAN, with permanent annexe, at Shallow Inlet, sleeps up to eight, two sets of bunks, QS bed and sofa bed, couch, TV, microwave, fridge, oven, garden shed, walking distance to beach, playground for kids, everything you need for a great family holiday. $11,000. 0418 139 946.

SUPREME, Getaway, 2006, 14'x7', poptop, single beds, offroad, front kitchen, awning, fridge, grill, stove, microwave, VGC, reg until 07/14, toolbox, boot, more. $31,500 regretful sale. 9700 7931.

For Any Old Car TODAY 9798 3364 LMCT 10227

$60 ฀

฀ ฀ ฀

FORD Territory, 2011, TS, limited edition, warranty 05/14, injected LPG, leather seats, climate control, reverse camera, 18,600kms, auto, RWC, reg until 05/14, ZZO-514. $31,990. Boris: 0438 005 675. Cranbourne East.

ONSITE CARAVAN, Coachman, ensuite, solid aluminium annexe, fridge, microwave, AC and heating, private courtyard, tidy unit, well maintained, located at Pakenham Caravan Park. $26,000neg. Call Mick 0434 266 399.

ROADSTAR VOYAGER 1993, 16'6"x7'6", 2 single beds, centre kitchen, 4 burner cooktop, grill and oven, rangehood, 3 way fridge, roll out awning, front boot, full security door, VGC, Reg 06/14. $14,000. 0429 109 834.

& TO L AU NUA A M

• Latest Model Vehicles • Patient Instructors • Very High NO GIMMICKS Pass Rate

RING TODAY

0413 045 741 or 9707 4719

TFP

HOLDEN, VE Commodore, 60th anniversary, 3.6Ltrs, 4 speed auto, dual fuel, 2008 model, packed with great features, looking sharp in the premium Karma paintwork, 18" alloy wheels, bluetooth, rear park assist, leather interior, tow kit, VGC, 114,000kms, RWC, reg WOR-780. $15,500. 0413 805 647.

“Driving Skills For Life”

FARM VEHICLES /MACHINERY TRACTOR, Case 60HP 4WD tractor with loader, 4 in 1 bucket, hay fork, 300 hours, as new. $37,400. 0409 246 890.

HOLDEN, VE Commodore, silver with black race stripes, 2007, dual fuel, demo model. full holden options, sunroof, full electrics, factory gas, 20" mags etc etc, 165,000klms, well looked after car, regretful sale. 1st to see will buy, XLG-900 $18,500ono. Contact Graham on 0409 173 461 or 9755 7352.

MOTOR VEHICLES FORD, Fairmont, AU, 1999, sedan, 6 cylinder auto, white, tow bar, service history, GC throughout, drives well, QOK-561. $2,500ono. 0407 599 616. FORD, Laser, 2000, hatch, 1.8L, auto, 207,368kms, reg to 02/14, RWC, ZRY-279, $4,000. 5998 5365. FORD, EA, auto, sedan, dual fuel, reg. to 03/14, reconditioned cylinder head, EBK-874. $800. 5996 1013. FORD, Falcon, ute, 1992, white, ideal for tradesperson, unregistered, VIN 6FPAAAJG40NB84899. $1,200ono. 0487 678 677. 5941 1858.

Sell it local...

HOLDEN, Astra, classic, 2005, auto, sedan, unmarked condition throughout, AC, PS, new tyres, RWC, 12 months reg, inspection welcome, perfect first car, USH-059. $7,500. 0412 375 642.

HOLDEN, Astra, 2003, "Equipe", auto, hatchback, reg 10/14, good kms, CD, alloy wheels, AC, CC, PS, full service history, suit first car or student buyer, RWC, SFD-154. $6,750. 0419 668 981. HOLDEN, Commodore VE, 2006, black, VGC, new tyres, RWC, ZPA-551. $13,800 ono. 0409 100 277. HOLDEN, Commodore VY, 2003, 170,000kms, regularly serviced, RWC, SJX-830, $6,305ono. 0409 182 966. 0418 338 370.

from only 42

.77

HYUNDAI, Coupe Sprint, reg until July 2014, manual, 1993, good condition, RWC, UGR-698, $2,700. 5941 2780

HYUNDAI, Getz, 2006, red, 3 door, manual, 1.6, AC, PS, one owner, 39,000kms, reg and RWC plus extras, UOY-653. $6,500. 0409 178 192, Drouin. KIA, Rio, 2004, aqua /blue, full service history, 131,000kms, timing belt done recently, drives like new, reg until 08/14, RWC, SSH-492. $5,800. 0403 139 377, 9702 9343. NISSAN PULSAR PLUS SR2, 1998, blue sedan, 1.6 litre auto, aircon, power steering, central locking, airbags, CD Player, 11 months reg, ZZH-137, $3,500. Phone 0459 274 026.

SUZUKI, SUV, Grand Vitara, 2010, one owner, fully serviced, as new, all electrics, climate and cruise control, new tyres, alloys, ipod connectivity, genuine 4x4, perfect balance of size, economy and safety, comfort, function and space, 2.4L, 5 speed manual, 5 seat wagon, RWC, XYU-711. $19,990 or best offer. 0407 540 818. SUZUKI, Alto, 2013, 3 cylinder, manual, hatchback, glistening grey, tinted windows, ZUN-620. $9,900ono. 0432 599 420. TOYOTA, Corolla, 1987, brand new tyres, GC. $450ono. Vin4A9026944. 0407 524 883.

NISSAN, UD, 1996, tilt slide tray tow truck, 235Hp, 6 speed, reco motor and gear box, container pins, second hitch, 6.4m tray, VGC throughout, can carry up to 4 tonne, RWC, 0795TT, $38,000 neg. 0407 599 616.

NISSAN, UD MK-190, 2002, taughtliner, single axle, 10 pallet tray with gates, runs well, reg RXW-536, no RWC. $12,000ono. Week days only. 5941 9551.

UTES & 4WDS

HOLDEN, Crewman S, red VZ, V6, auto, 150,000kms, 12 months reg, RWC, full service history, 4 new tyres, 18" wheels, ladder racks, towbar, tinted windows XQU-091. $12,750. 0407 803 236. MITSUBISHI, Pajero, GLS, 2010, 74,445kms, YUP-581, expiry January 2014. $34,567. 0408 564 157. NISSAN, Patrol ST, 2002, 3ltr, auto, 199,556kms, always garaged, EC, new inter cooler, SLE-805. $22,000. 0408 595 345 . TOYOTA, Kluger, auto, current shape, metallic silver, 5 seater, reg YGL-319. $31,500. 0417 543 780.

Post Code:

15 words

DANDENONG JOURNAL

20 words

4 PAPERS

SELECTION

฀ Pakenham Gazette ฀ Berwick / Cranbourne / Pakenham News

฀ Pakenham Gazette / Dandenong Journal ฀ Berwick / Cranbourne / Pakenham News

TRUCKS /COMMERCIAL

Phone:

BERWICK / CRANBOURNE / PAKENHAM NEWS

5 PAPERS

YAMAHA, antique, 1976, XS 750, triple, fair condition, 1J7-012239. $4,950ono. 0413 314 920.

Address:

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au

PAKENHAM GAZETTE

฀ Dandenong Journal ฀ Berwick / Cranbourne / Pakenham News

TOYOTA, Corolla Seca, 1999, auto, white, very clean, 6 months reg, PRQ-507. $1,500ono. 5940 8418.

Name:

1300 666 808

* Please tick which paper/s to display advertisement.

4 PAPERS

TOYOTA, Corolla, 1996, no reg, no rust, body in perfect condition, new battery, brakes and clutch in GC, needs new engine. Vin 6T154AE10D319562. $850ono. 0411 116 349.

Complete this form and lodge to: Cnr. Princes Hwy and Army Rd, Pakenham, 3810 or at Berwick Newsagency, 29-31 High Street, Berwick Ä by no later than 5pm Mondays Ä Name and Address (not for publication)

ADVERTISE UNTIL SOLD $

TOYOTA, Corolla Seca, 2000, hatchback, green, auto, low kms, EC, reg until 09/14, RWC, QBV-602, $6,200. 0422 985 093.

MOTORCYCLES

HYUNDAI, Elantra, 2006, reg 06/14, RWC, silver, EC, 51,700kms, UFB-875, $7,500. 5941 2443 or 0400 129 761.

Driving School • Auto & Manual • Night Driving • Country Roads • Mountain Roads • Dirt Roads & Rain Average drive 40km. Competitive Rates Ian Baker 9799 0832 / 0421 598 283

HONDA, Civic, GLI, 2000, blue, sedan, 1.6 litre, 5 spd manual, power steering, AC, CD player, airbags, remote locking, alloys, elec window and antenna, PVX-094, reg until 02/14. $3,900. Phone 0459 274 026.

HYUNDAI, Excel, 1995, auto, 5 door, AC, PS, MP3, reg until 04/14, 203,000kms, power windows, EC. NHA-026. $3,350. 0433 175 066.

L Kelbrey School of Motoring P

Min. $150 to $1,000

AVAN, Cruiseliner 3C, 2007, as new, hardly used, complete with many extras, seeing is believing. $21,400neg. 5941 5818 or 0410 461 935.

฀ ฀ ฀

Removal ALUMINIUM ANNEXE, oregon timber frame and floor, aluminium sliding windows, 5m x 3m, ideal for onsite van, dismantled and ready to go. $1000ono. 0400 443 693.

Z

TO

Star Car

Cash for any complete cars, vans, 4wds, trucks, utes etc. Towing Service Available

DRIVING SCHOOL C1079045-KK25-13

Drive In - Min $250 to $3,000 (complete) IMLACHS - 1602 Centre Rd, Springvale, 3171

A

CONCEPT BELMONT, poptop, 2007, tandem wheel, EC, side kitchen, big fridge, AC, heating and cooling, top stove, microwave, double bed and television, hot water and many more extras. $27,000. Call 8768 9300.

C572522-HJ41-7

$ $ Open 7 days $ $ $ CARS TRUCKS VANS 4WDs

C1007572-KG7-12

C1094780-JO40-13

$

MOTOR VEHICLES

SELECTIONS

SELECTIONS

$42.77

$54.22 $60.92

$44.97

$56.42 $63.12

25 words

$47.17

$58.62 $65.32

30 words

$49.37

$60.82 $67.52

Mobile: I would like to pay by: VISA

CASH MASTER CARD

My credit card number is:

*Expiry Date

*CVC number

SEND IN YOUR PHOTO! Photo to appear in BLACK & WHITE

$1.00

Photo to appear in COLOUR for an extra

$7.00

*Offer only available for items normally advertised in the “Wheel and Deal” section. All advertisements must be pre-paid. For $42.77 you get a 15 word ONE ITEM ONLY advertisement, restricted to “Wheel and Deal” items only for private advertisers, run initially for 3 months or until sold. After your advertisement has fun for 3 months you must call us to renew it for a further 2 week period AND reduce the price of your item by a minimum 3%. After 2 weeks you must then call us again to renew for another 2 weeks and again reduce the price of your item by a further 3%.This procedure may continue until you have sold your item. If we do not hear from you we will assume you have sold your item and your advertisement will not appear. The sale price must be included in the advertisement and the only alterations you may make are to the PRICE of your item. Business advertisements, rental hire and real estate are not included in the offer for the purpose of ongoing profit. The publisher reserves the right to decline any booking for the purpose of ongoing gain. Regulations require the registration to be included or, if the car is unregistered, the engine number or VIN.

Signature: Cash Paid: Receipt:

Paid at:

CHEQUE Please make cheques or money orders payable to ***Star News Group***


| starcommunity.com.au

Page 64 Thursday, 5 December, 2013

Connecting people and communities CN

HOLDEN’S

2013 STOCK

CLEARANCE sale

NEW W MY14 MY1 14 CRUZE EQUIPE

$

20,490

PLUS GET A $1000 GIFT CARD ON A GREAT RANGE OF NEW VEHICLES

COLORADO COLOR R ADO LX C CREW REW CAB

36,990

$

5 YEAR Wrranty

CAPTIVA 7 SX

$

$

Driveaway

29,990

3

Driveaway

®

• BLUE TOOTH PHONE AND AUDIO • USB INPUT WITH IPOD ® CONNECTIVIT Y • 15” ALLOY WHEELS (4)

5 YEARS Roadside Assist

• UNBE ATABLE 3.5 TONNE TOWING • DURAMA X TURBO DIESEL ENGINE • SHIF T ON THE FLY 4X4

Driveaway

• MYLINK INFOTAINMENT WITH 7” COLOUR TOUCH-SCREEN • RE AR PARKING SENSORS • BLUE TOOTH ® PHONE AND AUDIO

BARINA CD HATCH

14,990

2

1

4

Driveaway

• 7 SE ATS AS STANDARD • ELECTRIC SUNROOF & SIDESTEPS • RE AR PARK ASSIST

Used CarScoop Purchase! FROM

2012 HOLDEN BARINA

$13,888

DRIVE AWAY

• 2012 TM BARINA HATCH • 5 DOOR • AUTO • 15” ALLOYS • 5 STAR ANCAP SAFETY RATING • 6 AIRBAGS • USB & iPOD CONNECTIVITY • BLUETOOTH • KEYLESS ENTRY. EG ZFR687

20

OSE O H C TO OM FR

FROM

SUZUKI SWIFT CURRENT MODEL

$14,888

DRIVE AWAY

• 1.4L 4 CYLINDER VVT ENGINE • USB CONNECTIVITY • 7 AIRBAGS (INC DRIVERS AIRBAG) • ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL • iPOD CONNECTIVITY • 5 STAR ANCAP SAFETY RATING • CD • POWER OF 70kW AT 6,000 RPM • BODY COLOURED DOOR HANDLES & MIRRORS WITH INTEGRATED INDICATORS • 6.2L/100KMS • LEATHER STEERING WHEEL WITH AUDIO CONTROL • 6 SPEAKERS EG. ZIO686

10 YEAR / UNLIMITED KM WARRANTY ^

CRANBOURNE HOLDEN

217A SOUTH GIPPSLAND HWY. 5995 4555 www.cranbourneholden.com.au

Holden

Grand Masters 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

MACQUARIE LEASING

Pictures either same model, base model or actual vehicle. LMCT10033 7/12/13 1102615-KC49-13


News - Cranbourne - 05th December 2013