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A cut above The Berwick Show is on again and it promises to have something for everybody. Akoonah Park will be buzzing on 22 and 23 February with the sounds of farm animals, carnival rides, wood chopping and motorcycle stunt riders. The human truck pull is not only a great event, but helps raise money and awareness for depression initiatives. So, whatever the interest, the 2014 Berwick Show is sure to have them covered. All the details of what’s on are in this week’s special Gazette Berwick Show lift-out. Enjoy!

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Delightful gypsies are guests GYPSY Cob, arguably the most personable horses in the world, will be special guests in the horse display at this year’s Berwick Show from 22 to 23 February. Their flashy feather, long manes and tails and interesting colour patterns all add to the appeal of these delightful horses. The Gypsy Cobs, which will be

on display at the show, are an incredibly versatile horse with a great aptitude for learning. Fantastic around children, they are considered a real family horse. The horse display this year is being brought to the show through the sponsorship of horseyard.com.au and Horseland.

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Pulling power in moving tribute By TANIA PHILLIPS THE annual truck pull at the Berwick show is always a lot of fun and one of the highlights of the event - but it also has a serious side for one Berwick dad. The truck used in the event is Craig Membrey’s fully customized T904 exToll road train with 1.4 million kilometres on the clock - a memorial to his son Rowan who took his own life on 17 March 2011. Craig rebuilt the truck in his son’s memory and takes it all around Australia for his son who died at just 17, and also as a way to raise awareness for beyondblue.

He says if he saves one life by raising awareness of depression then the truck has been a success. He has just returned from a journey north to Byron Bay. But being his home event, Berwick has a special place in his heart. “The committee came to me a couple of years ago with the idea for the event,” he said. “The first one generated so much interest - this will be the third time we’ve done it - we just keep coming back.” For Craig, CEO of Membrey’s Transport and Crane Hire, the truck is some-

thing he has created to help prevent the pain he and his family have endured and to hopefully encourage those suffering from anxiety and depression to seek help. “I’m just a father who lost a son,” he said simply trying to explain why he created the truck and why he wants to spread the message. “It’s a tool to attract people to ask for help.” If you would like to know more about beyondblue http://www.beyondblue.org. au/

Furry feet a-flyin’ A NEW feature will delight visitors to the Berwick Show this year. The brand new fly ball competition will feature on Sunday morning, a race which co-ordinator Belinda O’Shea described as “dog drag racing”. With fly ball clubs Victoria and Australia wide, the competition hosted by Berwick Obedience Dog School, will see teams from all across Victoria take part. Ms O’Shea said the competition was open to any dog that is part of a fly ball club. “Any dog can do it, any breed and any size,” she said. “It doesn’t matter how fast or slow they go, there are different teams and different divisions. They are all fair and it’s a lot of fun.”

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Top chop for the challenge By BRIDGET SCOTT ORGANISERS of the Berwick Show are expecting one feature to climb its way to the top of the charts this year and give the other attractions a run for their money. The always-popular woodchopping event is back, and its participants are ready to carve up the Akoonah Park Show grounds with their strength and grit. In their maiden show, a team from Tasmania will come across this year for a Victorian versus Tasmanian race. Event organiser Paul O’Hagan said he was anticipating a huge turnout. “We’re looking for a spectacular Saturday night,” he said. “This event has never run before, and the woodchop is always popular,” Mr O’Hagan said alluding to the Victorian -Tasmanian tussle. Mr O’Hagan said the number of entries for this year’s woodchop-

ping event had doubled since last year, and it was estimated to be the second biggest woodchop, next to the Melbourne Show. The event organisers said it was a spectacular sport to watch that can be enjoyed by the entire family. “It’s probably the one everyone comes along to, to finish the day off,” he said. “The whole crowd can sit around and enjoy a lovely location.” Mr O’Hagan said there was something going on right across the board, from tree climbs and more. The interstate Veterans’ race will take place on Saturday 22 February at 7pm, with the woodchop events also running throughout Sunday 23 February from 9.30am to 5pm.

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Commencing at 1.30pm on Saturday 22 February, the standard is expected to be sky high. Sponsored by Alex Scott and Staff at Berwick, anyone can enter their dog in the competition for no fee. Prize-money ranges from $50 to $125 and entries can be taken on the day. The competition is open to all dogs, with each dog allowed three attempts at each height, but will be disqualified if unsuccessful on the third attempt. In the event of two dogs jumping at the same height, the winner will be the dog which took the least attempts at the winning jump. The judge’s decision is final and as long as the dog makes it over, it can touch any part of the jump. Handlers are permitted to encourage the dog over by vocal or visual command, but cannot physically touch their dog. There will be two classes on the day including small dog, which is under 50 centimetres, and large dogs, which are more than 50 centimetres. The two winners will represent the Berwick Show Society at the state final to be held at the Ballarat Show on the second weekend in October this year. All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times until it is their turn to compete.

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Forecast of promise By BRIDGET SCOTT PRESIDENT of this year’s Berwick Show Tom Gibson is already looking at the weather forecast for the show later this month. “It’s looking good,” according to Mr Gibson who is eagerly anticipating the two-day show on 22 and 23 February. In his first year at the helm, Mr Gibson is hoping for two great days and to see an abundance of families at Akoonah Park enjoying all the activities and entertainment. “With the cooler weather we are expecting some larger crowds than years before,” he said. “It’s the biggest event in the City of Casey.” Mr Gibson, who came from a rural background, said he has been involved with the show for as long as he can remember. “I wanted to help the community and felt as though I could make a contribution,” he said. Mr Gibson is also a past president of the Dandenong Central Rotary Club and is coordinating the show’s fun run again this year, which will be held on the Sunday morning. Mr Gibson said one of the great things about this show is the volunteers who help put on a great day for the young and elderly.

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“The committee is about 70 people strong, everyone has a task and everyone does their job really well,” he said. “Plan to come along this weekend because there is something there for everyone. “For the elderly people in the community, come down and meet the people of the show with similar interests to you.” “There’s arts and crafts, cooking, wood turners and people from the men’s shed.” Mr Gibson said the show has also been accepting some high calibre entries from various students across the area for the art competition. Students from Berwick Secondary College are also actively participating in this year’s show by collecting rubbish to raise money for their World Challenge. Mr Gibson is positive that the wood chop will attract a significant crowd and is confident the entire event will come off well. “I am really excited for this feature,” he said. “With two teams racing it will be spectacular to watch. “One thing that can be guaranteed is the family will have a good time. “It’s made possible with thanks to our many spon- Tom Gibson is the president of the Berwick and District sors because without them we Agricultural and Horticultural Show this year. 113827 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS wouldn’t be able to afford the show.”

FOR those who are ready for an active Sunday morning, the Berwick Show is able to provide just that on Sunday 23 February and it’s the second run of the summer series. Visitors can arrive between 7.30am and 9am on Sunday via the Beaconsfield Reserve and enter the run. Entry to the run includes entry to the show and visitors

can also score a Beaconsfield Community Branch Bendigo Bank T-shirt. Those looking for more of a challenge can test themselves to see how many laps they can do in two hours. For those looking to raise money for their group, Gembrook MP Brad Battin has offered $500 for the group with the most participants.

Call for youngsters to seek out ambassadorial roles THE Rural Ambassador Award is open to all males and females and is always a highlight of the Berwick Show. The idea behind this event is to encourage creativity and ingenuity of young rural Victorians and reward people who are involved in their rural community. Entrants must be over 20 years old and under 30 years old on 1 May of the year of the state final. Major prize money is up for grabs for the state final winner as well as the opportunity to compete in the national finals. Regional final winners will have an official jacket to wear at the state final and the show winner will be presented with a certificate.

The Junior Show Ambassador is open to all males and females aged 16 to 19 years old on show day. The entrants must wear smart, casual clothing and will be judged in accordance with a number of guidelines. The aim of this competition is to give young people the chance to get involved in their local district and be part of a local show. The winner will receive a VAS lapel badge and will compete in a group final. Group final winners will compete in a state final run by VAS Youth Group. First, second and third place getters will receive a society sash and basket of goods from Amcal Chemist, Berwick.

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Judge Linden knows his goats goat breeding circles, successfully showing Saanen and Toggenburg goats. The Mountain District Goat Club, which co-ordinates and runs the show event, was founded in 1964, holding it’s first event in Ferntree Gully. Today the Mountain District Goat Club has a much smaller membership, than in its ’60s and ’70s heyday as many of the

members lived in then what was known the judging honours for this year’s show which also marks the 50th anniversary of host club Mountain District Goat Club. Linden is well known in goat breeding circles. The Dairy Goats will be on exhibition from 10pm until about 3pm in the sheep and goat pavilions, on Sunday.

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AN EXTENSIVE field is expected at this year’s Berwick Cattle Show beginning at 9am on Saturday 22 February. The Beef and Dairy Cattle competitions at Berwick are one of Victoria’s most prestigious and will involve a large number of breeds. The event includes the Berwick Beef Junior Youth Show, this year sponsored by the City of Casey Edrington Ward councillors Mick Morland and Susan Serey. THE event is held prior to the general breed class judging. Cattle chairman Peter Wenn

said Cr Serey had attended last year’s event and was more than happy to come on board to sponsor. Mr Wenn said organisers were extremely pleased with the number of nominees for all of this year’s events. “The past few years we have seen a significant change in weather conditions and feed for cattle so to still have around 100 animals attend in one day is a real accomplishment to the show, cattle committee and volunteers.” Peter said it is an opportunity for cattle breeders to show-

case their animals and for the public to see how rewarding it can be for exhibitors to show off a 1000 kilogram bull to win great prizes. Cattle secretary Vanessa Wenn paid tribute to the event’s sponsors. “Of course, all of the success of the Berwick Cattle Show is due to the generous sponsorship and donations each year from a continual amount of supporting companies,” she said. “The show simply does not go on without sponsorship and we thank all our sponsors greatly for their efforts.”

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THIRTY breeds of meat and wool sheep will be shown at this year’s show. Judged by the the Bakers from central Victoria, a father and son team, the sheep division is expected to be hotly contested. Secondary school students from six eastern suburb schools will be on their best behaviour, competing in the junior judg-

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Alpacas to make impact The Suri and Huacaya breeds will both be judged in both animal and fleece classes this year, Judging will begin at 10am on Saturday 22 February with more than 100 animal entries expected and up to 30 entries in the fleece divisions. The alpacas, originally from South America - Peru, Chile and Bolivia , are currently being bred in North America, Europe, China, Australia and New Zealand, just about every continent (except Antarctica). The Australian herd has grown to about 100,000 registered alpacas as well as many unregistered animals across the country. The show offers people a chance to come and see the alpacas and have a chat with all the exhibitors, who will be happy to answer any questions visitors may have. For more information about Alpacas, head to the Victorian Eastern Region website - http:// www.ver.org.au

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ing competition. There will be a line-up of fleeces from the 2013 clip, under the keen eye of a professional wool judge. On the Sunday, the sheds will be rejuvenated over night to house black and coloured wool sheep in all their grandeur. There will also be an exciting battle between the ladies of the wool spinning and knitting fraternity. Each team will spin

the fleece into yarn, then knit a garment. These ladies will enjoy the public support, cheering them on to record breaking performances. There will be sheep shearing displays at 10am and 2pm each day. The public are welcome to ask questions, take photos and generally get involved.

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and Fleeces. Members of the Waverley Spinners and Weavers Group demonstrate and will provide hands on spinning, weaving and felting wool. Fleece to Garment competition. Dairy Goats: 10am until 4pm: Judging of the Dairy Goats. Angora Goats: 10am until 4pm: Judging of the Angora Goats. Mini Goats: 10am until 4pm: Judging of the mini goats.

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NAB staff member Gilroy Dias, and president of the Berwick Show Tom Gibson with other NAB staff including AnneMarie Nayna, Paul Russell, Emily Merrick and Sharon Malamatinas. NAB are proud sponsors of the Berwick and District Agricultural and Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS Horticultural Show for the fifth year running. 113827

A credit to the show By BRIDGET SCOTT BERWICK’S NAB branch is proud to be sponsoring the Berwick and District Agricultural and Horticultural Show for the fifth year running. Manager Paul Russell said the branch took great pride in being involved with such a historic show that is a big part of the City of Casey. “We want to be involved in

the Berwick Show as it is the biggest event in Casey, and the second biggest horticultural show in Australia,” he said. The branch, which is one of only two major banks open on Saturdays in Berwick, will have a stand at the show on the day with give-aways and competitions. Mr Russell encourages any interested visitors to the show to come over and have a chat to

the NAB staff about the bank. Berwick NAB is sponsor of the star search, as well as the show jumping, supplying sashes and rugs for winners. According to Mr Russell the organisations is “very much embedded in the Berwick Show.” Don’t miss your chance to visit the staff at the NAB stand on show days and enter in the competition to win your own iPad.

WHILE it is tradition for the mayor to officially open the show, Cr Geoff Ablett is well aware of the long involvement his fellow councillor Mick Morland has had with the event and is happy to hand over the reins. Cr Susan Serey will also assist Cr Morland with the opening duties. “These two individuals are dedicated councillors, who have made such valuable contributions to the city and particularly their ward locality, so it is only fitting that they share the honour of opening this magnificent show,” Cr Ablett said. Cr Ablett said the Casey Council was proud to be a major sponsor of this historic show. “This is Victoria’s oldest agricultural and horticultural show and it has a long and colourful history in the City of Casey,” he said. “The success of this is huge, ongoing, annual event is largely due to the work that goes on behind the scenes.” Cr Ablett said it was the hard work of a number of volunteers behind the scenes that has kept this much loved event going. “The ongoing commitment is a wonderful testament to the show’s longevity and prominence in the city’s history,”

According to the mayor, the council is excited to be participating at the show again this year and will again be sponsoring a number of agricultural events and will have a large, interactive display. The exhibit will include give-aways, community information, a children’s Casey Clues quiz with a major prize, community consultation activities and a digital feature showcasing the winning design for the new Casey Cultural Precinct. Join in the fun and excitement of this event and everything the Berwick Show has to offer on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 February. 2014 BERWICK AND DISTRICT SHOW OPENING HOURS City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett is excited for the upcoming Berwick and District Agricultural and Horticultural Show on 22 and 23 February. 114567 he said. “I would like to thanks all those who volunteer their time so that thousands of others can enjoy themselves come show weekend.”

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The ice age By LACHLAN MOORHEAD ICE is the illegal drug causing police the most problems in the City of Casey, according to a senior CIU detective. The prevalence of ice, a type of crystal methamphetamine, has increased considerably over the last 10 years, driving property crime in Casey and leading to a rise in the amount of clandestine labs being used throughout the municipality. Detective Senior Constable Kieran Rodgers is part of Casey CIU’s Drug Investigation Team, a 6-month-old unit known behind closed doors simply as the ‘drug crew’. Det Sen Const Rodgers said the “widespread” use of ice in Casey had “definitely gotten worse.” “’Speed’ was a big thing back 15 to 20 years ago; ice is basically the same type of drug, it’s a stimulant, but it’s more pure and therefore much more addictive,” he said. “There’s a certain socio-economic group that have a pre-disposition to use drugs, but we’re not finding that with ice. It affects everyone from your lower socio-economic groups to your high socio-economic groups. “You’ve got people who have come from really good homes, who have gone to the best schools; mum and dad have given them everything. They go to a party and they start smoking ice and before you know it, they’re addicted and they can’t break it.” Det Sen Const Rodgers said the high price of ice created a vicious cycle for its users and, coupled with its addictiveness, created a dangerous platform for crime. “The cost is coming down a little bit because of the prevalence of it, but

the issue is that it’s still quite expensive, and because it is addictive, people need it,” he said. “Because of the effects that it has on you, it makes you unable to work and they need to get money, so it forces people into crime.” In addition to ice-related crime, the CIU drug crew are cracking down on a growing number of people in Casey that are manufacturing methamphetamine. Det Sen Const Rodgers stressed that smaller clandestine labs are becoming more and more prevalent in the municipality. “I’m not talking about people sitting in a massive shed in a farm somewhere making pounds and pounds and pounds of this stuff,” he said. “What we’re finding is that it’s a lot more basic than that, we’re talking about people who will be staying in one of the local hotels, for a couple of nights, which they do to avoid detection.” The rise of the internet has also made way for another complication to the war on drugs, with illegal black market websites being used by people to both buy and sell drugs with less chance of detection. “People will get drugs in numerous different ways. It’s our job to keep up with the trends, especially with the use of the internet,” he said. “A lot of social media is how people communicate these days. “Facebook and things like that, Skype. They use those and Viber, the phone application, to do a lot of their drug trafficking business on those, because people think it’s harder for us to track.” Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestoppers.com.au

The inside of a clandestine ice lab discovered by police in Narre Warren, where methamphetamine was being manufactured.

Meth and weapons seized POLICE allegedly seized $50,000 worth of ice at a Berwick residence last week. Casey CIU recovered the alleged methamphetamine after executing a search warrant at the Parkhill Drive premises on Thursday 6 February.

Police also allege that weapons, ammunition, three stolen motorbikes and a large quantity of electrical goods were located at the residence. A 27-year-old Berwick man, a 21-year-old Berwick man and a 21-year-old Pakenham woman were charged with drug and

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Community NEWS Urban meets country at the Berwick Show in 2014! Take a carnival ride, enjoy live entertainment, get up close with baby farm animals and see some of the best regional agricultural and horticultural competition at the 2014 Berwick Show! The City of Casey is proud to be a major sponsor of the annual Berwick Show to be held at Akoonah Park, Berwick, on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 February 2014. This huge, much-loved event is the oldest of its kind in Victoria and has been impressing local residents and visitors for generations. Council will be at the show again this year with a large, interactive exhibit. There will be giveaways, community information, a children’s Casey Clues quiz with a major prize, community consultation activities and a digital feature showcasing the winning design for the new Casey Cultural Precinct. Find us at the eastern end of the main pavilion and drop in to see what’s happening in your community! Dates and times: Saturday 22 February, 9.00 am – 9.00 pm Sunday 23 February, 9.00 am – 5.00 pm Venue: Akoonah Park, Princes Highway, Berwick Costs: Adults $20 Concession $15 Children (10-15) $10 Children (under 10) FREE Family (2 adults, 2 children) $40 For more information visit www.berwickshow.org.au.

Around the City of Casey Casey Cardinia Business Breakfast The City of Casey and Cardinia Shire Council are pleased to present the Casey Cardinia Business Breakfast with Telstra, Monash University and the Melbourne Football Club on Wednesday 12 March 2014. Kinking off the exciting 2014 program is Jim’s Mowing founder (and namesake) Jim Penman. Jim started the successful mowing franchise in Melbourne in 1982 with just $24 and an urgent need to pay the rent. With a strong personal commitment to providing the best, most reliable service to his customers he soon had more work than he could handle. Don’t miss this remarkable man share his extraordinary story. Date: Time: Venue: Cost: Bookings: Contact:

Wednesday 12 March 7.00 am – 9.00 am (Registrations from 6.45 am) Cranbourne Golf Club, South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne $50 (jnc GST per person) $700 (inc GST) table sponsorship Includes breakfast, tea and coffee www.trybooking.com/52316 City of Casey Customer Service on 9705 5200

Registration closes Friday 7 March.

Learn how to access funding that is available through grants for community groups, schools or not-for-proit organisations at the City of Casey’s FREE Grant Writing Workshops in 2014. Get information from experienced grant writers about the skills, tips and techniques that will help your local community organisation submit grant applications to a variety of providers, with the best chance of being successful.

Grant Writing Basics This course will help you get started inding grants, making sense of complex jargon, identifying the requirements of an application and more! Date: Time: Venue:

Monday 3 March 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm City of Casey Civic Centre, Magid Drive, Narre Warren

Grant Writing Advanced Get valuable advice about developing projects that meet grant application criteria, producing successful applications and building relationships with funding bodies. Previous attendance at Grant Writing Basics is essential.

For more information visit www.caseycardinia.com.au.

Find out about the Transport and Logistics Industry In Australia, the transport and logistics industry employs 797,000 workers and employment growth in the industry is predicted to exceed other industries by 2017. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about career options in the transport and logistics industry, as well local employment, education and training opportunities at the Information Forum and Expo on Tuesday 18 February 2014. Date: Time: Venue: Contact:

Are you part of a sports group that needs new equipment? Does your school need help delivering a much-needed project? Could your community group beneit from some facility improvements?

Tuesday 18 February 2014 9.45 am - 12.30 pm Monash University Berwick, 100 Clyde Road, Berwick City of Casey Customer Service on 9705 5200

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Monday 17 March 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm City of Casey Civic Centre, Magid Drive, Narre Warren

For more information, and future workshop dates visit www.casey.vic.gov.au or phone Customer Service on 9705 5200.

Tell us your story about using buses in Casey! Casey’s strong population growth is outpacing the infrastructure that can be built. We need a commitment from the Victorian Government to improve and expand our bus services to adequately cater for our thriving community.

For more information visit www.casey.vic.gov.au.

City of Casey Customer Service Centres:

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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)

Your experience using Casey’s bus services will help our campaign, please visit http://caseyconversations. com.au/betterbuses to share your story! For more information on Casey’s advocacy campaigns, visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/advocacy.

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POLICE caught a Lynbrook man cited at driving 120 kilometres per hour over the speed limit with a child in his car on the weekend. About 1.40am on Saturday, Greater Dandenong Highway Patrol members were patrolling on Greens Road in Dandenong South when they saw a car speeding. They clocked the car allegedly travelling at 200km/h in an 80km/h zone. They stopped the Mercedes Benz coupe and were shocked to find the driver had a nine-yearold child in the car. The vehicle was immediately impounded under hoon legislation. The driver, a 44-year-old Lynbrook man, is expected to be charged on summons with offences including speeding and speed dangerous.

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PETER and Babara Finch say that the day they married each other was one of the best days of their lives. But that moment was rivalled on Saturday as the Cranbourne West lovebirds celebrated 50 years of marriage by renewing their vows among family and friends. “It doesn’t seem that too many people get to celebrate that milestone these days, so we were very proud and exciting to be able to,” Mr Finch said. “Getting to renew our vows was fantastic - one of the highlights of our lives. “It’s just a shame that we won’t get to do it again in another 50.” The couple met on 22 November

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Heat kills off wildlife By BRIDGET COOK DISTRESSED, dehydrated and dead wildlife are being found around Casey as they struggle to beat the heat. Doveton resident Krystof Karon said he noticed more than 10 dead possums when he was walking last week. “They are simply suffering from heat exhaustion and are unable to survive,” he said. “I noticed at least 10 to 12 in my short walk, so I can only imagine how bad the problem is around Casey.” Sharon Williamson from Australian Animal Rescue in Devon Meadows said her organisation has been inundated with calls in recent weeks from people who are finding possums and birds in a bad state. “Possums and other animals are really

suffering during this time,” she said. “Ringtail possums don’t come down from the trees, so they are suffering the most. “The trees are so dry so they are unable to get moisture from them. “Brush tails usually do come down and people are finding them hiding, under cars and other things, looking for some shade or shelter.” Ms Williamson urged people to leave water out so that animals can access it. “Put out a shallow dish of water and change it regularly on hot days as it heats up so quickly,” she said. “Also, put some in the trees so animals don’t have to come down.” Ms Williamson urged those who find animals in a bad state to call 0430 883 083 so they can be hydrated with the correct fluids.

synonymous with the Clyde area, as one of the pioneering families who helped with the development of the towns. Local resident of 20 years, David, who did not want his last name used, said he was disappointed to hear that the developers wanted to knock it down. “It has been let go and is now derelict,” he said. “The developer brought the land with the knowledge that they should retain the house, but it has been neglected. “It’s a shame it wasn’t incorporated into the design of the estate and more done to it.

“We should be looking after our heritage properties to ensure they are not lost.” City of Casey acting manager planning Nick Moore confirmed that the council had received an application for the demolition of the original farm house at Selandra Rise. “Any developer wishing to remove a building with a Heritage Overlay control must seek approval by submitting a planning application to council,” he said. “In considering this request, council has obtained its own independent heritage advice and has commissioned an independent structural re-

port on the building. These reports will inform council’s decision regarding the application.” Stockland development professional Kerry Balci would not confirm whether they wanted to demolish it, but said they were consulting with the council to seek the best outcome for the local community. “The property in question is, unfortunately, in a very dilapidated state,” she said. “We have fenced the site to ensure the safety of local residents and we will keep the community up-to-date with all future plans for this site.”

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RAY’S Say cartoon in the edition of the News on Thursday 6 February says it all but most of the problem would be solved if we used practical building codes and that is eaves around houses. If you put eaves around houses that extend from roof line to bottom of lowest window on that side of house with proper insulation you would hardly ever use cooling units. The cost in the long run would be cheaper for the home owner. Penny pinching at start of building is not in the long run best for home owner and atmospheric changes. Greg Payne, Narre Warren.

Interest in cost WHILE I am sure no one wants to perpetuate this correspondence, Cr Ablett’s inadequate letter (No Cost To Ratepayers, News 6 February) on this subject demands a response. If we are able to make savings in council expenditure, surely these funds would be better spent on improving services to the ratepayers of Casey or in reducing the rate burden imposed on ratepayers. Why do we need this Taj Mahal. Where is the real economic benefit to justify this project? In my world if you borrow money, then you have an obligation to pay it back with interest. Who provides the money to pay back such loans other than the ratepayers of Casey? Simple economics suggest that these loans must be paid from rate income. The alternative suggests reductions in already overstretched services. The extremely vague term “external funding” does not provide any assurance that this funding comes without any corresponding liability of some sort to the ratepayers of Casey. Cr Ablett’s response provides no comfort to me, nor should it to the ratepayers of Casey. His reply does not address any of the issues I raised. Where is the business case which we have a right to see to justify this expenditure? The article on the next page of your newspaper regarding the precinct being used to display national treasures suggests to me that other larger forms of government should be paying for this monument to ego. The problem with this is that we still pay as taxpayers for the whole project. Taxpayers are already sick and tired of unnecessary expenditure when basic services are struggling to meet needs. In the current environment when we are all being asked to rely less on government handouts it seems to me that this project should be shelved indefinitely. I challenge council to provide full details of this project rather than the “bread and circuses” approach currently used. Ray Baker, Lynbrook.

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Culture of spending IN reply to Cr G. Ablett, the current mayor of the City of Casey and his somewhat questionable reasoning for the Casey Cultural Precinct Project. I am amazed, nay mortified, at the suggestion by the incumbent mayor that the construction of an unrequited monolith will not incur any increase in the already unrealistic and far too expensive Casey Council rates. Are we to assume that funds will be diverted from other Casey budgets to pay for the construction and rates will be increased to ‘make up’ the deficit budgets? In addition, are the suffering and overcharged ratepayers of the City of Casey to assume that no part of the rates levied will be used to repay the principal and interest of the loan Cr. Ablett mentioned, and what exact external funding will be received? Perhaps that will too (like the loan) be supplied by a philanthropic organisation that requires no repayment from the Casey Rates levy (sic). Why do we need yet more council offices? If current council office space is not sufficient then perhaps the Casey Council could reduce the number of staff currently employed in the

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non-core departments that currently waste ratepayer funds, and so manage with what is currently available and a sizeable amount of money could be saved by disposing of at least one unwarranted council employee who draws a salary package well in excess of $300,000 per annum. As for regional theatres, civic centres and art galleries; surely it would be better if Casey Council diverted rates supplied funding resources to that of ensuring core services are correctly addressed and not rejoicing in the construction of modern-day gin palaces and councillors’ amenities. M. Bennett, Berwick.

Rubbish round THE lady quoted in the article Don’t Rubbish Our Suburb (Cranbourne News, 6 February) should come and have a look down the middle of Pound Road to see rubbish which has been there for weeks. There are tyres, garbage bag, broken glass and old furniture. We have told the council but we may as well talk to the trees. We have been in the same house almost 41 years and since Casey council took over from the Shire of Cranbourne, the place has gone backwards. Derek Gardner, Hampton Park.


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Thief on two wheels

Speed hump call for house smash street

THREE different bikes were foldable bike, used for racing, reported stolen from a house in were taken. The theft occurred The Hunt Club estate over the overnight on Sunday. weekend. Police said the victim Anyone with information is accidently left a garage open at the Cranbourne East house and urged to contact Crime Stoppers a motorbike, BMX bike and on 1800 333 000. Left and below: These three bikes were stolen from a Cranbourne East home over the weekend.

By BRIDGET COOK THE community is calling for the urgent installation of speed humps along a road which is notorious for speeding drivers after a car smashed into a house last year. Holt MP Anthony Byrne and Narre Warren North MP Luke Donnellan met with residents living along Hinrichsen Drive, Hallam, this week to discuss the issue of speeding drivers putting lives and property at danger. They have now launched a petition calling for traffic calming measures to be urgently installed along the residential road. Hinrichsen Drive is popular with drivers trying to take a short cut from Princes Highway through to Hallam Road, Hallam. In the past six months, there have been a number of nearmisses and accidents including an incident in which a car smashed into a house and another car crashed into trees and shrubs. Mr Byrne urged people to sign the petition which will be sent to City of Casey. Mr Donnellan said the situation was putting local residents - especially seniors and children - at risk. “We believe local residents deserve peace of mind on their own local roads and shouldn’t have to contend with motorists breaking the law, speeding and endangering lives,” he said. Resident Arizo Nawabi said

Narre Warren North MP Luke Donnellan, residents Feroz Nawabi, Zara Nawabi, Sharif Lamha, Assad Niazi and Holt MP Anthony Byrne are calling for speed humps to be installed along Hinrichsen Drive, Hallam. 114398 Picture: DONNA OATES While Hinrichsen Drive is he and his family still live in fear after a car smashed into included as one of the streets their front room about five which would warrant considermonths ago. ation in the program, there are “It’s left us really shaken, a number of other locations that even my kids,” she said. are considered to be a higher “Every time we see or hear priority for investigation and a car passing by we fear that it preparation. will end up in our house again. “Notwithstanding this, “Given the house hasn’t council has identified one secbeen repaired and there’s no tion of Hinrichsen Drive where front wall, we are fearful that if there is an emerging loss of it were to happen again it would control trend resulting in propbe even worse. erty damage,” Mr Hamilton “I’m glad some action is be- said. ing taken, I just hope it happens “Council is investigating a sooner rather than later.” treatment in this location and City of Casey manager transhas already commenced comport Paul Hamilton said that the council has a local traffic man- munity consultation and design agement (LTM) program that work. To sign the petition call Mr provides annual funding for the installation of traffic calming Donnellan’s office on 9706 devices in roads throughout the 0566 or Mr Byrne’s on 9796 7533. municipality.

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Dodgy contractors abound By BRIDGET COOK CONSUMER Affairs Victoria has warned Casey residents to be cautious of dodgy contractors, after the area recorded one of the highest number of complaints last year. Casey residents contacted Consumer Affairs Victoria 49 times regarding contractor delays and failure to complete work in 2013.

It was the third worst area in the state for complaints, coming in behind Whittlesea with 56 and Brimbank with 53. Consumer Affairs Victoria director Claire Noone warned homeowners to protect themselves by choosing the right company or person for a project. “It’s very important that you do your homework when choosing a handyman, tradesperson or builder for

any job,” she said. “It will undoubtedly save you time, money and heartache in the long run.” Anyone planning to have work carried out on their property this year is urged to visit www.consumer.vic.gov. au and find the ‘building and renovating’ section for checklists and information. Consumer Affairs Victoria has offered the following tips for when you

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A SURVEY dedicated to Australian businesswomen launched in Casey late last year has garnered a healthy response. Career and business coach Annemarie Cross, from Hallam, launched the National Women in Business Survey in December after noting the increasing amount of women setting up their own businesses from home. Ms Cross said she wanted to help businesswomen across Victoria to escape the “glass ceiling”. “I wanted to see how real the

glass ceiling was across Melbourne,” she said. “Preliminary survey results have been quite surprising. I would have assumed that the glass ceiling would have been a key motivating factor for women to start their own business in the hope to escape the corporate arena, with the perceived restrictions and barriers thought to exist.” The survey, designed to “take the pulse” of the Australian businesswomen’s landscape, also revealed that only seven per cent of participants had experienced the “tall poppy syndrome.”

“Thankfully, the Tall Poppy Syndrome, criticism and envy is something that Australian women in business, by and large, do not have to contend with,” Ms Cross said. The survey also indicated that 37 per cent of the women who voted increased their selfconfidence after working in their own business, while 93 per cent of the women started their businesses from the ground up and only seven per cent bought existing businesses. The survey highlighted that 67 per cent of women work between

20 to 40 hours in their business, while 30 per cent work 40 to 70 hours in their business. “Our aim is to get as many responses from women entrepreneurs across Australia as possible, so we can get a clear indication of the struggles and successes women in business are facing today, and help women to step out into their own business and succeed,” Ms Cross said. To complete the survey visit www.womeninbizsurvey.com. au, or for further inquiries contact Annmarie Cross on 0414 714 958.

A DANDENONG North father and son team are the subjects of a Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV) warning. Neil Turner, 62, and Robert Turner, 39, trade as Classic Refrigeration and Catering Equipment across Melbourne’s south east. CAV director Claire Noone last week issued a public warning that consumers should not pay for the pair’s services upfront. She said CAV successfully prosecuted the refrigeration installers in separate cases last year, but had since received further complaints. “These include allegations that the Turners did not do agreed work and did not refund the customers’ deposits,” Dr Noone said. “If you do hire them, don’t pay any money until they do the work as agreed.” It is an offence under Australian Consumer Law (ACL) to accept payment for goods or services but fail to provide them as promised. In March, Dandenong Magistrates’ Court convicted Robert Turner of breaching the ACL by accepting deposits from

two businesses in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs for work he failed to complete. The court ordered him to repay the businesses more than $6000, fined him $7500 and ordered him to pay $2000 in costs. Neil Turner was also convicted and fined in Dandenong Magistrates’ Court, in June. He breached the ACL by taking deposits but failing to do any work. The court fined him $10,000 and ordered him to pay $8850 in compensation to three consumers, which included a small business. “Businesses are protected as consumers when they buy goods and services up to $40,000, provided these are not for resale,” Dr Noone said. She advised consumers to seek at least three quotes for work on their property, check the reputation and references of tradespeople they consider and ensure they have a written contract for work specifying what is to be done and the total cost. She also said consumers should not pay excessive deposits - more than 10 per cent for jobs under $20,000 - or cash deposits.


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MP slammed in council By LACHLAN MOORHEAD NARRE Warren North MP Luke Donnellan was slammed as “parasitic” before Casey councillors approved plans to include his letters in future council agendas. But he has hit back saying the move is juvenile and that it won’t deter him from writing letters to the council on behalf of residents. The motion was raised at last week’s council meeting as a matter of urgent business by councillor Sam Aziz and will see each of Mr Donnellan’s letters shared with the entire council and the public gallery.

Cr Aziz said that although Mr Donnellan sends numerous letters to the council about various matters, he constantly ignores invitations to meet with councillors and has “no genuine interest in really engaging in a productive way with the councillors elected by the Casey community”. Cr Aziz described Mr Donnellan’s behaviour as “parasitic” in the latest round of the acrimonious relationship between Cr Aziz and the local MP. “It’s time for the entire council and public to consider a response to Mr Donnellan,” Cr Aziz said, speaking after the council meeting. “He once made the claim that he

only maintains relationships with the councillors he needs to work with. Which councillors will he work with now? They’re all gone.” Cr Aziz called for a division on his motion in which most councillors voted in favour. Crs Rosalie Crestani and Susan Serey abstained. Councillor Rafal Kaplon was absent from the council chamber when the division was called. Cr Kaplon, whose Four Oaks Ward includes Mr Donnellan’s seat of Narre Warren North, later rejected a claim made by Cr Aziz that his absence was strategic. “I refute those allegations. I left be-

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cause more friction between the City of Casey and the local MP. “We need to quietly build bridges, not publicly,” she said. “Sam’s (Cr Aziz) a good friend of mine but I’m not going to play his political games.” Cr Serey agreed that the motion was not a solution to Casey’s “difficult relationship” with Mr Donnellan. “I don’t believe that every single letter from an MP, especially one who has had a hostile relationship with council over many years, should necessarily be given the prominence of being included in Casey council agendas,” Cr Serey said.

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One very lucky wedding couple LYNBROOK local Sanja Ivanovic has more than one reason to celebrate this summer. The newly-wed received what she described as the ‘best wedding present ever’ when she won the major prize in the McDonald’s Christmas Community Competition. “My husband and I were in the market for a second car but got up in the excitement of our wedding just before Christmas,” Sanja said. Sanja drove away in a brand new Fiat 500 valued at $14,000, while 21 lucky runners up shared more than $10,000 in Westfield gift vouchers just in time for Christmas.

McDonald’s local licensee Howard Armitage said he was delighted to give back to the local community and celebrate the holiday season. “Our Christmas Community Competition is our way of thanking the local supporters of McDonald’s restaurants in the area,” Howard said. “We are grateful to have had Berwick Fiat on board this year to provide such a generous gift.” The Casey Clan Christmas competition ran from Monday 28 October 2013 to Sunday 8 December 2013. To enter, locals simply had to visit a participating McDonald’s restaurant

in the Casey region, obtain an entry form and fill it out with their contact details. The participating restaurants included: Berwick, Berwick South, Cranbourne, Cranbourne Express, Dandenong North, Dandenong Plaza, Doveton, 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, Waverley Gardens and Caldermeade.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a picnic at the Wilson Botanic Park, Berwick.

Hampers full of love LOVE will be in the air at Wilson Botanic Park tomorrow night (Friday), with lovebirds expected to flock to the gardens to join in the Valentine’s Day celebrations. The Friends of Wilson Botanic Park, Berwick, are encouraging people to head along to the gardens tomorrow night for a picnic to celebrate the day of love. President Lynne MacDonald said it wasn’t an official event like in the past but organisers

were still encouraging couples to come along and join in with their picnic. “The friends group is calling on people to join us on Lakes Lawn for a picnic,” she said. “Bring along your own picnic, chair or rug for a lovely night out.” Ms MacDonald said while the group no longer held the big commercial event like previous years, they still like to mark the occasion at the gardens. “We used to have a big Val-

entine’s Day event as a major fundraiser but it became too expensive to run,” she said. “It was a popular event and it left a hole for some on Valentine’s Day. “That’s why we still host an informal picnic and would love for people to join us.” The public picnic will start at 6pm and run to 10pm. Wilson Botanic Park is located at 668 Princes Highway, Berwick.

Journey of recovery heard By TANIA PHILLIPS

Internationally renown speaker Cheri Peters is coming to Melbourne to spread her message of hope “Celebrating Life In Recovery”. “I have no idea what it feels like to be in a normal home with parents who love you or have your best interests at heart.” By age 13 she ended up on the streets of LA and for the next 10 years she was involved in some “incredibly twisted things”. “But they were less damaging than my home life because, by then, I didn’t expect to be loved or cared for,” she said. “When I was introduced to drugs I found for the first time in my life that I didn’t feel like killing myself. It was unbelievably powerful. “I found if I took enough drugs, I could survive anything. But underneath it all I searched for a safe place to belong to be loved.” At age 23 after a drug deal went bad and finding that her mother that had barely wanted to touch her was studying to

become a social worker - something changed in Cheri. “True Step Ministries and the Celebrating Life in Recovery program are my attempt to share with you what God shared with me - that He is crazy about us, that he delights in us, that He is bigger than all the abuse, dysfunction, molest, rebellion, addiction... all our junk, and if you give Him a chance, He will change your life. Go to www.lifeinrecovery. org.au and book a free seat in one of three convenient venues across Melbourne to hear Cheri live on Fridays from 7.30pm to 9pm and Saturdays from 3pm to 5.30pm at Point Cook on 21 and 22 February, at Narre Warren from 28 February to 1 March and at Ringwood on 7 and 8 March. For more information phone 9264 7723 during business hours.

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INTERNATIONAL speaker and television personality Cheri Peters speaks to audiences around the world and she is coming to Melbourne to spread her message of hope “Celebrating Life In Recovery”. Cheri will be in Narre Warren on 28 February and 1 March for a free community event aimed at helping people through their recovery. Cheri will present a confronting hope filled message about a god who is “crazy about you, who longs to heal you and who delights in your recovery from every kind of dysfunction, abuse or addiction”. She speaks to audiences around the world in prisons, rehab centers, schools, churches and on the streets. It is a message from the heart and from experience. She was abused and unwanted as a child, a drug user by 11, pregnant at 13 and living on the streets of Los Angeles but Cheri has come out the other side. “For me it’s sometimes hard, even now, to look back on where I came from,” she said. “I was the second child to teenage parents who struggled with their own addictions, pain and dysfunctions. “They were unable to love me or even provide a safe environment. “Because of her own brokenness, my mom survived by taking out her hatred and anger on me. “My dad was caught molesting me for the first time when I was three months old.


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Lover boy behind the big romance EVERY February, across the country and around the world, flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St Valentine. One legend contends that Valentine was a priest who served during the third century in Rome. When Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those with wives and families, he outlawed marriage. Valentine, incensed at this injustice, defied Claudius and went on performing marriages for young lovers in secret. When Valentine’s actions were discovered, Claudius ordered he be arrested, imprisoned and put to death. Valentine was beheaded on 14 February, the eve of the Roman holiday Lupercalia. (In early Rome, fierce wolves roamed the forests and they called upon their God Lupercus to protect them. A festival in honour of Lupercus was celebrated on 15 February.) Other stories suggest that Valentine may have been killed for attempting to help Christians escape harsh Roman prisons where they were

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often beaten and tortured. According to another legend, Valentine actually sent the first ‘Valentine’ greeting himself. While in prison, it is believed that Valentine fell in love with a young girl. Before his death, it is alleged that he wrote her a letter, which he signed ‘From your Valentine,’ an expression that is still in use today. Although the truth behind the Valentine legends is murky, the stories emphasise his appeal as a sympathetic, heroic, and most importantly, romantic figure. It’s no surprise that by

the Middle Ages, Valentine was one of the most popular saints in England and France. The most famous of Valentine symbols is, of course, Cupid - who was known for piercing the hearts of his victims with arrows that caused them to fall in love. This mischievous, little winged cherub was known as Eros in ancient Greece and was the youngest son of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. To the Romans he was Cupid and his mother was Venus. St Valentine’s Day, as we

know it today, contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition. St Valentine’s Day in Australia during the gold rush saw miners who were flushed with new found wealth from the Ballarat mines pay handsome sums for elaborate Valentines. Merchants in Australia would send orders of a thousand pounds at a time. The most extravagant of Valentines were made of a satin cushion, perfumed, ornately designed with flowers, coloured shells, and would also have a taxidermied humming bird or bird of paradise adorning it. This was all contained in a neatly decorated box which were considered of high standing, fashionable and most expensive. Today through the internet, lovers can share their thoughts and desires through cleverly designed e-cards and by sending SMS messages on their mobile phones. The history of St Valentine’s Day and its patron saint is shrouded in mystery. But we do know that February has long been a month of romance.

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Get stoked for Folker By LACHLAN MOORHEAD

TWO acclaimed musicians will be making their way to the Berwick and District Folk Club (Badfolk) this month for a night of beautiful music. The international quota is being fulfilled by English-born Stuart Pendrill - the ‘Curly Haired Folker from Dover’. Stuart Pendrill is a singer songwriter who has long been entertaining audiences in folk clubs in and around the South East of England. He is now gaining wider recognition through his performances at festivals and clubs across the country. With a large repertoire of self-penned classic and familiar songs, amassed over many years of performing, he delivers a relaxed and humorous performance. “I’m doing the thing I love,” Stuart said, when asked why he keeps performing. Joining Stuart is Patrick Evans, a guitarist and fiddle player who grew up playing folk music in

Geelong before relocating to Melbourne. Once in the city, Stuart became well-known for his work fixing Maton Guitars. Over the years he has played alongside many great artists including Danny Spooner, Ross Ryan, Hugh McDonald, Janette Geri, Marcia Howard and recently Suzette Herft. Patrick is also well known for his time in various bands including Fiddlestix, Pure Genius and The Wrenboys. Patrick’s musical roots are firmly in the Celtic music tradition but he is equally at home playing a Beatles song or jazz standard. He is also an accomplished songwriter and solo performer with the broad repertoire that comes from such a depth of musical experience. The music event will be held on Friday 21 February at The Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick, from 7.30pm. The night will cost $10 for guests or $7 for members and spot acts. Contact Christine and Ed-

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Stuart Pendrill will be performing at the Berwick and District Folk Club later this month. ward for bookings on 9702 1223. Badfolk is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers supporting acoustic music, for more information visit www.badfolk.org.

Eco food for thought helps the Earth fordable ideas to help us all be a little kinder to the earth and live more sustainable lives.” He said Expo highlights this year would include free children’s activities, earth-friendly products to browse or buy, including skin care and baby ware, fair trade products, including jewellery and gifts, bike riding activity course and spot prizes for riding a bike to the expo, renewable energy alternatives displays, solar alternatives from panels to LED lighting, energy and water saving solutions with electrical and plumbing tradespeople available to answer queries,

local organic foods and wines and blending smoothies with pedal power and plant giveaways and weed identification tips. One of the more unique stands this year will be the ‘Bike’n’Blend’ activity which gives residents the chance to blend their own smoothie using pedal power. Cyclists can then take their empty biodegradable smoothie cup to the community garden stand for free vegie seeds to plant at home. The expo will also include the ‘Future Spark’ competition. To take part, residents need to gather a team and register to cycle

to generate the most electricity. Winners will share in a $1000 prize pool of fantastic earth-friendly and healthy prizes. In the spirit of sustainability, residents are encouraged to bring their reusable bags and drink bottles, and consider leaving their car at home in favour of public transport, riding or walking to the event. For more information or to enter the Future Spark competition, visit www.cardinia.vic.gov. au/sustainabilityexpo or contact Council’s Environment team on 1300 787 624 or mail@cardinia. vic.gov.au

Sensational summer fresh food treats FEBRUARY’S Rotary Farmers’ Market will feature the best summer harvest seen in several years. Farmers have brought forth fully grown fresh fruit and vegetables of all types. Customers can select high quality foods from more than 40 producers. The market offers a full range of stone fruit from Smith’s Fruit, a juicy range of types from Dolami Oranges and delicious fresh stock from Linda Sell Apples. A notable range of seasonal fruits are available this month. Visitors can choose from strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and kiwifruit. These fruits are a really great base for whipping up a smoothie on warm days for the children. The market offers a selection of nuts from Alpine Nuts and dynamic Crazy Nuts. There is also the opportunity to add excellent products of tea, oil, fruit juices, chutney, herbs, jams, oils and spices. The vegetable range is huge and currently at it best quality. It includes everything from beetroot, to carrots, cucumbers and cabbages and from broccoli, garlic and mushrooms, to

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salad greens and zucchini. Meats available include beef, lamb, pork and fish. The depth of meats offers choices unavailable at traditional supermarkets. Customers should try tasting cooked samples. Free range eggs are also available. Round out the shopping expedition by selecting from fresh breads, pies, cakes, cheeses, oils, beer and wines. Do shop early, as the increasing numbers of customers are quick to buy from the extensive range of healthy choices in fruits, vegetables, meats and supporting products. This month the highlight is on three wonderful stalls where visitors can reward themselves with prepared food treats. Won Hung Lo will be serving up a

Farm fresh and organic seasonal fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices, honey, wines, olives, cheeses, jams, condiments and preserves as well as free range lamb, beef, poultry and eggs. Plus much more …

range of absolutely delicious dim sims. Unique Pasta has the most desirable selection of pastas for the whole family. Finally, the market is featuring a new stall with the perfect warm day reward. The day will certainly need to sample the delights of Mr Ice Creamery products. Customers can enjoy the Old Cheese Factory park environment, watch over their children in the play area and enjoy a barbecue brunch or lunch, with a soft drink, coffee or ice cream. Enjoy the experience There is free parking at the Rotary Club of Berwick Farmers’ Market at the Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick, on Saturday 23 February, from 8am to 12.30pm. Inquiries to Joe Collins at jco33418@ bigpond.net.au.

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EARTH friendly ideas will be the order of the day at Cardinia Shire Council’s 2014 Sustainability Expo at the Cardinia Cultural Centre, Lakeside Boulevard, Pakenham, early next month. Cardinia Shire mayor Graeme Moore said there would be something for everyone at the expo - to be held from 10am to 3pm on Saturday 1 March. “Last year’s expo was a fun day out, and I am looking forward to it again this year,” Cr Moore said. “This event is not about making people feel guilty. Instead, it will offer inspiring, achievable and af-

HAMPTON Park residents can get a rare glimpse of the wildlife that lives and visits River Gum Creek Reserve in the coming weeks. Birdlife Australia and the Port Phillip and Westernport Catchment Management Authority will be running a free bird watching workshops this month and in March. Experts will share their knowledge of more than 100 bird species that live in and visit the area. Living Links co-ordinator Mary-Kate Hockey said this was a great opportunity to see rare birds up close and learn when and where to spot them in the wild. “We are hoping to see birds that have flown from Japan like the Latham’s snipe as well as native birds including Musk lorikeets, New Holland honeyeaters and the beautiful purple swamphens,” she said. “People travel all over the world see rare birds like these up close and we are lucky enough to have them in our backyard. “We hope that people begin to value, appreciate and connect with their local environment once they see the amazing wildlife that lives in the area. “I think when you see these rare and beautiful birds first hand it begins to sink in that your actions have a direct impact on the wildlife around you. “People may think twice about littering in the park and creek or what they plant in their garden.” The bird watching workshops, which include a walk and talk, will be held on Saturday 22 February, 8 March and 15 March from 8.30am to 10.30pm. Meet at Kilberry Valley Primary School, at the corner of Kilberry Boulevard and Warana Drive, Hampton Park. Look for the marquee. The workshops are free and are for people of any age. Bookings are essential as numbers are limited, so call 8781 7943 or email marykate.hockey@ppwcma.vic.gov.au to secure a spot.


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FROM PAGE 1. WELCOME to The Bradford - this is a superb family home featuring excellent-sized living areas with separate living zones. The Bradford has been a very popular home over many years, comprising three bedrooms and study, theatre, family meals and rumpus, and the design and features are still highly sought-after. Individual character features throughout the home give The Bradford a homely feeling ready for a growing family. The Bradford is available with a selection of facades from period to modern to suit your individual requirements. Alternatively, talk to Premier Builders about the versatility they can offer in creating your own design. The Bradford is priced at $176,267. Contact Steven Crno, 0407 686 067, steven@premierbuilders.com.au or 1300PREMIER

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CRANBOURNE EDITION BARRY PLANT, HAMPTON PARK - 8787 8755 Hampton Park 23A Winnima Avenue Hampton Park 7/17 Linmac Drive Hampton Park 117 Fordholm Road Hampton Park 12 Gabrielle Court Sandhurst 48 Galilee Drive Cranbourne North 12 Sussex Avenue Endeavour Hills 47 Thomas Mitchell Drive Hampton Park 21 Wren Street Hampton Park 76 Lesley Drive Cranbourne North 51 Westmoreland Avenue Hampton Park 4 The Ridge Cranbourne 1/64 Gipps Crescent Lynbrook 156 Paterson Drive BARRY PLANT, CRANBOURNE - 5996 1666 Cranbourne 10 Dickens Street Cranbourne West 3 Ceres Way Cranbourne 3 Tongola Court

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Private Sale Inspect Saturday 1:30 - 2:00pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Katie Maloney 0437 284 449

Private Sale Inspect Saturday 11:30 - 12:00pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Ben Doughton 0431 163 189

Classically Elegant Porter Davis Home This sizable 2 years young Porter Davis home has everything a growing family could need. Features include: 4 dble bedrooms, master with wir & ensuite including dble shower, twin basin & ceasarstone bench, porcelain floor tiles to entrance & wet areas, carpeted bedrooms & living spaces, open plan layout with a central kitchen overlooking family lounge & dining room, large ultra modern kitchen, s/s appliances including 900mm gas oven/ stove, dishwasher, glass splash back, ceasarstone tops, second living/ theatre room, ducted heating & evaporative cooling, 9foot ceilings, undercover alfresco area, beautifully manicured gardens, dble remote lug.

Absolutely immaculate on 709m2 Located in one of Cranbourne´s most sought after areas is this sensational home. The home has been immaculately maintained by its current owner, & complete with a brand new kitchen! The home itself comprises; 3 bedrooms, master with triple built in wardrobes, large separate living area, open plan kitchen & meals area, as new hostess kitchen with induction stove & fan forced oven, gas heating & air conditioner, outdoor entertaining & pergola area, large separate double garage or shed, sensational rear yard perfect for kids & animals. If you are looking for a great first home or investment with not a cent to spend, then this is the one.

Blind Bight 27 Anchorage Drive Private Sale Inspect Saturday 12:45 - 1:15pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Brodie Morris 0466 911 797

Coastal Living This fully renovated property offers space for the whole family, with 3 bedrooms, master bedroom featuring walk in robe and full ensuite, this home has a large modern kitchen with 900mm free standing oven and cook top stainless steel dishwasher. The open plan kitchen and meals area overlooks the amazing outdoor pool area where you can enjoy the hot summer, following on we have the second living at the front of the house with open plan fire place and split system cooling.

Cranbourne 4 Wilam Court Private Sale Inspect Saturday 11:45 - 12:15pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Brodie Morris 0466 911 797

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Private Sale Inspect Saturday 11:30 - 12:00pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Katie Maloney 0437 284 449

Nest or invest This 3 bedroom home located in central Cranbourne is perfect for the first home buyer or to start your investment portfolio. Features include 3 bedrooms, 2 with built in robes & split system air conditioning to the master, carpeted sunken lounge with split system cooling & heating, separate dining room off the fully renovated kitchen with s/s appliances including gas stove & dishwasher, outside set on a 657 squ (approx) is a fully undercover entertainment area with rear access through the carport

Court location, with nothing to do Look at what we have on offer. This home is situated in a court location and walking distance to all amenities like schools, shopping centre, football oval and public transport bus stops and train station. This well kept home has just been freshly painted thoughtout and has a recently renovated bathroom. The kitchen overlooks the main living area and dining. Outside we have a good size back yard and pergola you can entertain all year long with your family and friends. Other features include double car garage, ducted heating and three split systems units.

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BIG, BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL SITUATED in a prized north side location with spectacular and extensive views, and within a five-minute walking distance to the village centre. A quality built residence on an 810 square metre allotment incorporating high ceilings, square edge cornice, stone benches, vinyl wrap cabinetry and so much more. The home displays four double bedrooms, two bedrooms with walk-in robes and ensuite bathrooms, a study or fifth bedroom, alexscott.com.au

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Currently run as a B & B with huge potential to further expand or change. Only a short walk to the Bass Hotel and General Store. On 1 acre approx. There are 6 b/rooms plus an office, 6 ensuites, private courtyards, huge entertainers lounge with views and expansive formal and informal areas. There are 2 large double garage plus a large workshop. Overlooks river and park. Ideal Husband and Wife opportunity or a super large family home. Suit $600,000+ buyers

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spacious formal and informal living spaces, plus huge family rumpus room with full wet bar and double sliding glass doors opening to the generous entertaining balcony overlooking the Berwick township and beyond. Also included is a sewing room, powder room, central bathroom, double garage with direct home entry, fitted laundry and workshop store room. Outside includes a leafy established front garden, beautiful north-facing rear garden, covered outdoor kitchen barbecue area and heated spa. Ducted refrigerated air-conditioning, security system, ducted heating, vacuum, electronic shutters, internal spa bath, intercom, three-phase power, and more makes this home one not to be missed.

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FUTURE COMMERCIAL (212215) • 1300m² • In the heart of Cranbourne • Future retail, commercial or residential use (STCA) • Ideally suited to developer or investor • Close to CBD

HUGE FACTORY - GREAT VALUE • 700 sqm (Approx) Factory • 160 sqm (Approx) Office • High Internal Clearance • 3 Large Roller Doors • Industrial 1 Zone • On Site Car Parking • Owner Will Lease Back for 12 Months @ $50,000 pa

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Jason Brown 0423 768 424

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PERFECT FOR INVESTOR, LARGE FAMILIESOR & DUAL LIVING (213364) Almost 2.5 Acres of soft undulating land. 5 bedrooms plus study, or 6 bedroom brick veneer home, Perfect for a large family or dual living, 2 bathrooms, large lounge, family/dining room area & storage room, Property is fenced to one paddock, with plenty of room for more, Mains gas & water, 2 stables, double loose box, Hay shed & 10mX6m workshop, possibly with 3 phase. Suit horses, trucks, or just the Lifestyle Chasers.

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“EVANS PARK” - CRANBOURNE’S NEWEST BUSINESS VILLAGE • 3 x Restricted retail shop 220sqm (apx). • Join proposed Woolworths, 7-11 & Gym • 3 x Fast food shops 54,64 & 91sqm (apx). • Large growing Residential Catchment Area • Café available 120sqm Call Now to Secure Your Position in this • Due for completion late 2014 Future Retail Hotspot!

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TROT ON IN - 40 ACRES HORSEY HAVEN (213372) Newly renovated 3 BR + study home, Substantial outdoor entertaining area, 10mX20m shed with mezzanine floor, office & high clearance, 7 post & rail paddocks, and 5 post & wire, Water to all paddocks, 5 loose boxes, & 4 stables with provisions for 8, 60mX20m sand base arena, stock ramp & yards, Bore & tank water, Also, crown land that may be able to be used. Suit horses (and agistment) cattle or even to base trucks at.

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$289,950 CRANBOURNE NORTH

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(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.

(213359) 2 bedrooms plus kitchen meals area, reverse cycle air conditioner and solid fuel heater to ensure year round comfort, polished floor boards give a great cottage style feel. Outside we have a self-contained bungalow with1 BR, lounge plus kitchen & bathroom, double garage workshop and all on 812m² block (approx), short walk to the shop, jetty and bus services.

(214024) Spacious 3 BR home, ensuite to master, BIRs to the other two bedrooms. Needs some work (floor coverings and painting). A galley style kitchen adjoins the spacious family/meals area, huge family sized lounge, outdoors we have a pergola patio entertaining area and a single garage with roller door giving access to the generous 590m² (approx)yard.

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(214002) 3 bedroom unit only 2 on the block, (no body corp) bedrooms all have robes, The master looks onto a private courtyard, walk thru robe with a 2 way access bathroom. The kitchen is well-appointed. Sliding door to a full length paved pergola area. Heating & cooling in the home is with a large split system unit & ceiling fans. A single garage with remote auto door

(214018) 3 BR home. Master with WIR and Ensuite, 2 BRs both with WWC and BIR. 2 living Zones with a lovely modern kitchen with SS Appliances and Dishwasher. Extensive decked entertaining area and a big 677 m² approx corner block. Double garage with rear access, ducted heating & split system cooling, close to shops, child care & public transport

(214026) WOW! Have a look at this little beauty! Stunning two bedroom brick unit with bright modern tonings and polished hardwood flooring. Very handy location as you can walk to all facilities, High Street shops, schools and transport close by. Secure yard for pets or younger family members, quick settlement no problems.

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497,500 CRANBOURNE OVER ½ ACRE & WALK TO ALL FACILITIES (213327) From a very private entrance the property opens out to a circular driveway which boasts a 4 bedrooms plus study home , immaculate throughout with cool Slate flooring, timber kitchen, gas cooking & dishwasher, plus split system. The design allows for dependent relatives or teenagers to have their own self-contained part of the home without encroaching on each other’s territory. Lots of room for vehicles and the bigger toys! High clearance carport plus garage & workshop/gym area & another double carport. To the rear of the property we have an abundance of clear land suitable for a giant shed/workshop, pool or even a tennis court!

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$388,800 CRANBOURNE WEST

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IDEAL STARTER TO KICK IT OFF (214020) Excellent condition inside and out the conveniences of a train station, shops, school’s and medical centre in easy walking distance. Home itself consists of 3 large bedrooms, well appointed kitchen, vogue bathroom, large lounge and good size pergola/entertainment area outside. All this plus heaps more set on a generous 640m² block.

$364,500 CRANBOURNE

$329,000

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FANTASTIC VALUE

(213371) Walking distance to local schools, shops & transport 4 good sized bedrooms, master with WIR & full ensuite. 2 living Zones and a wellappointed kitchen, fully enclosed entertaining area offering built in BBQ area, manicured gardens, veggie patch and a 20x12 shed all on a 534m² approx. block. Plus ducted heating and split system air conditioning.

(214007) 3 large bedrooms, master with A/C BIR and ensuite remaining two both with BIR. Formal lounge, large open plan kitchen meals/family area with split system air conditioning. The main bathroom has corner spa bath. Rumpus room, decked pergola area, double gates with rear access and a double car carport perfect for the trailer, on 800m² (approx) block.

(214014) Here’s great value for a home. Offering 3 Bedrooms, full ensuite, BIR’s, separate lounge, timber kitchen with dishwasher, bull nose verandah, split system air conditioner, solid wood heating, and double lockup garage with workshop space. Currently leased on month to month basis $1409 p/ c.m. Close to all amenities.

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$549,950 WARNEET

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(212230) A Magnificent home unit at an affordable price. Featuring 2 bedrooms, built in robes, hostess kitchen with dishwasher, stainless steel appliances, lounge, ducted heating 8ft ceilings. Outside there is a large court yard area with lock up garage. Currently leased until February 2014 @ $280 per week (gross) - This property is set in a tranquil environment.

(213328) 764m² (approx.) block. Merbau decked verandahs, 3m ceilings, ornate cornices, polished floorboards, heritage switches and power points, claw foot bath & timber vanities. Kitchen with Caesar stone bench tops/ island bench and butler’s pantry.3BRs with ensuite & WIR to master, study/ 4th bedroom. Double garage with drive thru to the under-cover patio.

(213361) Unique home with gas heater & split system. Excellent multipurpose rumpus/family area. The property has 3BRs, 2 bathrooms & 3 toilets, two very comfortable, separate living areas. Mature garden containing fruit trees, vegetable patches and lawn. Large, corner block, 2 car carport, garden shed & garage/workshop. Access from side road.

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ICONIC, BUILT TO IMPRESS FEW homes in the region match the level of exclusivity and originality that this quintessential residence has on offer. An iconic property striking an impressive pose on just under quarter acre allotment in a blue chip location of the popular Bryn Mawr estate. Within the premium schooling zone - walk to St Margaret’s, Haileybury or Beaconhills College, what a pleasure! Picture perfect from the chequered golf-course manicured front lawns and ornamental pear trees, right through to the Tuscan-inspired, vine-covered entertainer’s sanctuary and sparkling in-ground pool. Indian Sandstone fossilised pavers and Chinese-star jasmine creepers invite you to enter through uniquely designed double wrought iron front doors, to a wide foyer entry that is the impressive prelude to this one-off 50+sq, four bedroom, three with ensuite, family home. A stylish expanse of open-plan living featuring polished porcelain tiling throughout, and an array of formal and informal living makes this property the perfect family entertainer - movie nights in the theatre room, a game of pool in the games room or quiet reading time in the casual family space, the choice is yours. The kitchen being the centrepiece to the home lined in Caesarstone, spilling out to a convenient meals area and easy access through wooden bi-folds to the alfresco, complete with gas log fire. All bedrooms are located on the second level, the master suite is appointed with deluxe bathroom, offering double vanity, stone benches, walkin frameless shower, spa bath and floor-toceiling tiling. Oversized secondary bedrooms are both serviced by their own stone-lined

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The triple garage with internal and drivethrough access is expected and available - extras of refrigerated cooling/heating and a 20,000litre water tank connects to an automatic watering system. This timeless creation truly takes you into another world - it is utterly irresistible, so call for an inspection today or register your interest for the upcoming open homes.

Terms: 10% deposit, settlement 60/90 days Contact: Sarah James, 0419 144 611 or Kristen Turner, 0410 615 228 CHRIS PEAKE REAL ESTATE, BERWICK, 9707 5300

AUCTION 22nd February 2.00pm

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This 2 year young, 5 bedroom family home offers the best in large modern living. The timber floorboards lead from the entry to the huge modern kitchen with quality extras such as ceaserstone bench tops, glass splashbacks, stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher plus a butler’s pantry and also overlooks a massive dining and family room, that leads out onto the alfresco and rear yard. There is a fantastic TV/ 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.

Looking to add a golden leaf to your investment tree or seeking your first home? This five years young three bedroom home with 2 separate living areas plus a parents retreat is located in the sought after ‘Hunt Club’ and is a must to consider. Situated opposite a park/reserve on a low maintenance allotment of approx. 400m2, the property is also walking distance to the new Cranbourne East P12 School and public transport. Surrounded by all near new homes the property also includes a modern well equipped chef quarters, gas wall heater, roller shutters on the windows plus a double garage.

For Sale Price Guide $449,950 View Saturday 12:30pm/ Contact Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

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THIS home is situated in a court location and within walking distance to all amenities like schools, shopping centre, football oval and public transport bus stops and train station. THIS well kept home has just been freshly painted throughout and has a recently renovated bathroom. The kitchen overlooks the main living area and dining. Outside, we have a good-sized back yard and pergola you can entertain all-year round with your family and friends. Other features include double car garage, ducted heating and three split systems units.

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Close to most facilities on a good size block of approx 624m2, this 4 bedroom home will appeal to investors and first home buyers with its excellent value. Featuring a large formal lounge with gas heating and air conditioning, recently painted internally, timber floors throughout, 4 good size bedrooms, bug backyard and a double garage. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $275,000 View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

Overlooking a park reserve which offers three bedrooms & a massive outdoor area and/or undercover car accomodation.The master features a semi ensuite and the home has modern tiling and paint work, giving it a lovely fresh feel. In close proximity to schools, shops & public transport, within easy commute to Frankston foreshore. For Sale Price Guide Buyers over $285,000 View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

This well present 3 bedroom home on a 545sqm corner allotment (approx) includes formal entrance, large separate lounge with newly laid floating timber floors and attractive window furnishings, separate meals area ajoining kitchen which also has access to a full length pergola area and double garage and secure rear yard. For Sale Price Guide $290,000+ View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

This attractive 4 bedroom home is a definate must see for both investors and owner occupiers. Including a generous formal lounge dining area, tiled meals/ family room plus a further rumpus/ games area. A large full length pergola area & rear access is also available from the double garage. What a beautiful home at an excellent price. For Sale Price Guide $340,000-$350,000 View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Adam Gill 0407 456 888 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

4 2 2 Cranbourne West 61 John Russell Road Four Bedda!!! 3 Years Young!! Alarah Estate Location!

4 Cranbourne North 24 Denham Crescent Indoor/Outdoor Entertainer

4 3 Cranbourne East 3 Sottile Drive Stunning Residence (1/2 Acre Approx)

Cranbourne East 3 Collison Road

Situated on a fully landscaped low maintenance allotment. Features include two separate living areas, master bedroom with an ensuite and WIR. High quality floor coverings including extensive tiling throughout the hard wearing area and modern kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $400,000 View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

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This standout two storey 4 bedroom plus study home offers first class timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, large tiled meals area that opens out onto the slate tiled fully enclosed pergola with a feature fishpond, a spacious tiled family room, ducted heating and cooling and the list goes on... For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $430,000 View Saturday 1:30pm ljhooker.com.au Contact Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

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This substantial 4 Bedroom plus study residence & guest house has been significantly upgraded throughout and surrounded by gorgeous park like gardens. Providing multiple living areas plus an installed security system, outdoor covered entertaining zones, beautiful sparkling in ground pool & undercover parking for up to 6 cars. For Sale Price Guide Price on Application View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Adam Gill 0407 456 888 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

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Relax and enjoy the lifestyle associated with this 3 bedroom homestead on 2 acres close to Cranbourne. The property features: Bedroom residence with a large living area, sun rooms, retro bathroom, vintage kitchen with meals area, and would ideally suit a developer/investor. Outside you have 3 car accommodation, shed, and 2 stables, lunging yard and four paddocks. For Sale Price Guide Price on Application View By Appointment ljhooker.com.au Contact Adam Gill 0407 456 888 LJ Hooker Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

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Clyde North Lot 15 Cadillac Street $10,000 Grant On This Home Now 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.

Want to sell? Has your family outgrown your home? Wanting to upsize but having trouble making the first step? Give us a call to make an appointment - we will help you find a home that suits your family and help you move straight from your small old house into your beautiful new home!!!

For Sale $410,000 View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 3.00pm Tim 0411 989 344

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Clyde North Lot 2 Fiorelli Drive Buy now and receive $10,000 That’s right, the government is giving great savings to buy a new home so don’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. For Sale $420,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 3.00pm Tim 0411 989 344

Hampton Park 9702 8388

“Thank you Tim and Aren, we never thought this would be possible, and now my family is honestly happier than ever, its the best thing we have ever done.” – Testimonial from Luca and Lisa, happy purchasers at Bel Air Estate Pay nothing while we build - Turn Key Homes Luxury Inclusions, Huge stamp Duty Savings, Grants applicable to First Home Buyers. Fantastic Location, walking distance to schools P-12, shops, parks, 8 minutes to train station, 40 minutes to the city.

CALL US TO HELP YOU INTO YOUR NEW HOME! Tim Selimi 0411 989 344

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Buy Now and Receive $10,000

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 and walking distance to schools, shops and parks. Photo for illustration purposes only.

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

For Sale $330,000 Plus Buyers

For Sale $420,000 Plus Buyers

View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 2.00pm Tim 0411 989 344

View Saturday and Sunday 2.00 - 3.00pm Tim 0411 989 344

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Clyde North Lot 11 Cadillac Street

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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.

That’s right, the government is giving great savings to buy a new home so don’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.

For Sale $425,000 plus buyers

For Sale $350,000 Plus Buyers

View Saturday & Sunday 2.00 - 3.00pm Tim 0411 989 344

View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 3.00pm Tim 0411 989 344

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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. Interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

LJ Hooker Hampton Park 9702 8388

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CRANBOURNE 51 Westmoreland Avenue Live the Dream Here is your opportunity to live like a king in the middle of suburbia. With four bedrooms plus study, 3 living areas, large Granite tiled pergola complete with built in BBQ and stack stone feature wall, Large kitchen with 900mm freestanding cooker , dimmable down lights and floorboards to living areas, ducted heating and evaporative cooling and lots more.

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A Blend of Style and Character on a 650sqm (approx) block! Comprising of 3 large sized bedrooms, master with walk in robe and full ensuite, other bedrooms with built in robes, formal living area and a study (which could be turned into a 4th Bedroom) and main family/dining area overlooked by the immaculate modern kitchen the home offers plenty of space for all. Step outside under the HUGE sun splashed pergola.

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SANDHURDT 48 Galilee Drive Room for all the toys... And the family Located in the Sandarra estate this beautiful Carlisle built home has room for the whole family and all your toys. Being one of very few homes in this estate to have the wide frontage an opportunity like this may not come for a long time. Featuring 4 bedrooms, 3 toilets, 2 bathrooms, 4 living areas as well French doors leading to alfresco area.

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Ideal First Home or Invest Offering 4 double bedrooms, master with full ensuite & walk in robe. Formal lounge, central kitchen with gas cooking, range hood and dishwasher. A good sized family, meals area over looks the enclosed verandah with built in BBQ. Extras include ducted heating, split unit air conditioning, floating floor, large shed plus a large double carport.

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STUNNING home in a quiet cul de sac location, on an 800 square metre block with access to the backyard for your caravan or large vehicles. There is also more room on the other side for your boat. The home has four large bedrooms, master with walk-in robe and full ensuite with double vanities. All other bedrooms have built-in robes and the main guest bedroom has sliding doors opening up to a grand alfresco area, all decked, which in turn leads onto another huge decked pergola entertaining area with still enough room at the back for play areas or even a swimming pool. The home has floating timber floors, carpets to the bedrooms and tiled to the wet areas, we have a large central kitchen with lots of bench space and stainless steel under bench oven and cooktop, dishwasher and walk-in pantry. A spacious family room with a comfy but modern gas log fire, and surround sound for peaceful relaxation or more lively events complements this hub of the home. There is a 6m x 4m (approximate) rumpus room that can be closed off if need be for more private occasions and also opens out to the alfresco area without coming back into the main house, evaporative cooling ensures comfort in those hot months and a double garage with internal access, and auto door quality fixtures and fittings. 6000-litre water tank and garden shed completes the picture.

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FRIDGE, Kelvinator, 490 litre, good condition, good working order. $190. Call 0418 366 260.

WINDOW CLEANING

HIGH TREE TREE SERVICE JIMAnt001BCPSN

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5942 7664 0418 890 612 Reliable Service Anytime, Anywhere

FREE CONSULTATION JOE 0409 475 511

DIGITAL TV SPECIALISTS

COUCH, electric, 3 piece, leather, hydraulic, 2x recliners, 1x 3 seater, cream, 2 years old, EC. $2,500. 0401 991 109.

WATER CARTAGE

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www.soundnvisionsolutions.com.au

DINING SETTING, glass table and 6 cushioned chairs, white gloss. $150ono. 0421 322 815.

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

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

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0418 131 374

• 10 YR GEN WARRANTY - LOCAL TECH • SAME DAY SERVICE – GOVERNMENT ENDORSED • TRAINING ON ALL INSTALLS INCLUDED

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LOUNGES, 2 x 2 seaters, pastel flower pattern, scatter cushions included, one large ottoman, EC $100ono. 9706 1510 or 0439 142 756.

IVAN ERDODY UPHOLSTERY

for a Competitive Quote

ANTENNA SPECIALIST & HIGHLY SKILLED WITH RECEPTION FOR CRYSTAL CLEAR IMAGES

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

Ph: 9798 3074 or 0417 582 601

www.antennaspecialist.com.au

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

PORTABLE AC, Sterling, EC, minimal use, 1 year old, remote control included. $250. 9796 6766.

RUG, green, floral design, $60. 9707 4402.

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

฀ Australian Government endorsed Installer

BILLIARD TABLE, 8'x4', Monarch, slate base, had very little use, in perfect condition, cues, balls, accessories included. $1,500. 0418 338 899.

APB UPHOLSTERY

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MOBILITY SCOOTER, GC, with accessories, $1,200ono. Phone 0419 209 537.

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FREE QUOTES PENSIONER DISCOUNTS

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

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

UPHOLSTERERS

30% OFF THIS WEEK 0409 888 228

ANTENNA SPECIALIST

1800 183 567

ASSORTED, 1x king solid oak timber bed frame, new price $2,800. 1 x king size Koil Chiro deluxe mattress, new price $3,900. Mattress is only a few months old since purchased new, will sell both for $3,600. Contact Sam 0438 211 261 or Tim 0419 294 653. Berwick.

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

M. 0411 825 005

Call Matt 0419 561 093

ANTENNAS

FREECALL

(Including Aged Care Facilities & Real Estate Rentals Etc.)

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TREE & STUMP REMOVAL

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Pruning Removal Stump Grinding

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

For something special Naomi Taylor, Authorised Civil Celebrant

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

naomi@tayloredceremonies.com.au

C389274-HJ50-5

Advanced Audio Visual Repairs

ceremonies

0409 407 519

Oakfern Tree Care P/L

C642900-JL27-8

TELEVISION/VIDEO/AUDIO

TAYLORED

HEATER, Kerosene, POD, glass in excellent condition. $200ono 0421 322 815.

GRAB A GARAGE SALE SIGN PACK ONLY $10.00! The pack includes ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ sale a success

1300 666 808

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Government endorsed installer

FOR SALE

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

BERWICK, 65 Piermont Drive, Saturday 15th February from 8am-1pm. Moving House! Furniture collectables and much much more!

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

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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

www.pakenhamcommunitymarket.com.au

Ph: 9769 9252 themusiccentreberwick.com.au

• Domestic or Commercial • Work safe approved • Fully Insured

Saturday and Sunday 15th and 16th February 9am-4pm no early callers Moving house into caravan, heaps of bargains, nearly everything to go

0467 676 867

Call Julie

9703 1616 0439 656 044

PAKENHAM, 191-197 Ahern Road, Saturday 15th February, 8am-2pm.

C784346-SH17-10

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

EDUCATION & TUITION TUTOR MATHS AND ENGLISH Primary to year 10. Experienced, teacher. 0438 589 063.

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GARDEN /OUTDOOR

Place your advert now for only $45 and you will get:

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

SPECIAL Mulch & Screened Top Soil Cardinia Waste & Recyclers are overstocked

3cm x 3cm box advert in the Berwick, Cranbourne or 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!

ENROL NOW Teaching, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Keyboard, Drums, Flute, Sax, Clarinet & Vocal. Ph: 8787 8599 LvL 1/Unit 10, Cnr Northey & Sth Gippsland Hwy, Lynbrook

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

SCREENED TOP SOIL:

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

PIANOFORTE MUSIC COLLEGE & SALES Narre Warren 9796 7090 Weekdays 12pm - 8pm, Sat 10am - 5pm

PETS & SERVICES

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

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

CHERYLS GROOMING 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. C1065437-KG48-12

5941 5790 C1098283-JL43-13

TOP SOIL

MARKETS

GEMBROOK MARKET C1076517-PJ12-13

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

BOOKKEEPING

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

C997259-JL2-12

BERWICK MARKET, 7am - 1pm, Saturday 15th February, Monash Uni carpark. 0411 676 659.

Delivered in 10 metre loads

$35 Metre Pakenham, Berwick

$37 metre

Narre Warren, Cranbourne • Garden Pebbles • Mulch • Sleepers

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

cats@pakenhamcats.com.au

5941 2516 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. 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.

LIVESTOCK SHEEP, 10 Suffolk ewes and one ram. $600. 0400 842 324.

CONTRACT & TENDERS

Experienced BOOKKEEPER Let me sort & record all for your accountant No job too small

1117717-HM06-14

the paperwork ready

Call Heather 0408 992 812

DOMESTIC CLEANING SERVICES Alison's Home and Commercial Cleaning Service, ironing and general cleaning. Phone 0423 761 938.

PUBLIC NOTICES

Tenders Clyde Reserve Pavilion Extension Clyde Contract No CT000123 Closes 5 March 2014 Full details are available at: www.casey.vic.gov.au/tenders 1119525-RC07-14

Public Notice NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT

The application is for a permit to: Removal of Covenant PS632029A The applicant is: J S Watts The application reference number is: PlnA00839/13 - (Sangeeta Sharma)

You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of the Responsible Authority. City of Casey Magid Drive NARRE WARREN This can be done during office hours and is free of charge.

Small breeds. 5996 5272.

$20 per m3 Can deliver up to 10m³ loads. Delivery costs apply.

Phone 5945 0600

FREE CLEAN FILL, Wanted clean fill site, south eastern area. Dams, gullies, paddocks, filled and levelled, no charge. Phone 0418 356 583.

The land affected by the application is located at: 122A Bemersyde Drive BERWICK VIC 3806 Lot 1 PS 632029A

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority. An objection must: ฀

฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ in writing to, (Manager Planning, P.O. Box 1000, Narre Warren 3805 or adminplanning@casey.vic.gov.au)

฀ ฀ ฀ be affected.

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The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before: 27 February 2014 If you object, the Responsible Authority will tell you its decision. Please be aware that copies of any objections/ submissions, including your name and address, may be made available to any person for the purpose of consideration as part of the public planning process.

The Minister for Planning has approved Amendment C184 to the Casey Planning Scheme. The Amendment came into operation on 30 January 2014, the date this notice was published in the Government Gazette. The Amendment rezones part of the land at 1280 Thompsons Road, Cranbourne (Lot 1 on PS613872), from Residential 1 Zone to Commercial 2 Zone to allow the expansion of the Cranbourne Homemaker Centre. A copy of the Amendment can be inspected, free of charge, at the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure web site at www.dpcd.vic.gov.au/planning/ publicinspection and on the City of Casey website at http://www.casey.vic.gov.au/ planningapproved, and during office hours, at the offices of the City of Casey, Magid Drive, Narre Warren. JOHN PHILLIPS Director Planning and Building Systems Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure

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Phone Bev 0411 334 415

C1105580-BM02-14

PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 1987 CASEY PLANNING SCHEME NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF AMENDMENT AMENDMENT C184

PUBLIC NOTICES

MUSIC LESSONS

IRONING

NARRE WARREN NORTH, 5 Cranston Close, Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th February, 9am-2pm. 3x high-backed barstools, lamp tables, under desk filing cabinet, books, Yuccas, clothing, bric-a-brac.

ARE YOU HAVING A GARAGE SALE?

9702 1642

Ring Liz for a free quote

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 30 Sneddon Drive, Saturday 15th February, 8am start. Moving sale.

0447 642 643 1115925-RMB04-14

35 BAKERS ROAD CLYDE

MUSIC LESSONS

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HUGE GARAGE SALE

HOUSEMAID CLEANING SERVICE

1021237-PJ16-12

DOMESTIC

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GARAGE SALES

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

31 January Deadline Call UK Chartered Accountant at www.integer-business.com on 1300 30 89 86 for free initial consultation.

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BUSINESS FOR SALE

Prime position in High Street , high foot traffic, established in Berwick for 5 years, exclusive mens and ladies fashion labels. SAV plus fitting and fixtures negotiable. Newly developed website available. Phone Phil 0428 271 884

NEED MORE MONEY?

Find out what the big corporations don't want you to know regarding this very popular product. www.coffeecanmakeyou money.com

RESUMES /EMPLOYMENT SERVICES YOUR RESUME

Designed for impact. Call Tony: 8790 1726. resumesthatwin.com.au

PLUMBING

Office admin, part time, south east suburbs, experience preferred. All CV's e-mailed only: admin @bl-plumbing.com.au

POSITIONS VACANT

Public Notice Proposed Isolated Traffic Management Treatments Various locations The City of Casey is proposing traffic management treatments at isolated locations within the municipality in order to improve road safety. Locations that have been identified for these treatments are below; ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ This proposal is being put forward for public notice and comment. Plans of the proposal are available on Council’s website under the ‘Current consultations’ heading at: http://www.casey.vic.gov.au/council/advocacyconsultation/community-consultation We invite those wishing to provide any comment regarding this proposal to do so before 3 March 2014. If you require any further information, please contact Chloe Hammond, Senior Traffic Engineer on 9705 5200 or send a letter to ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

Need local staff? Advertise in our employment section and employ local talent...

Classifieds 1300 666 808

APPRENTICE ROOF TILER

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

APPRENTICES REQUIRED 1ST, 2ND, 3RD AND 4TH YEAR 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

PANEL BEATER Must be qualified and experienced in automotive industry. Frankston area. Top wages, excellent conditions. Immediate start, full time. No Agencies.

 Grant: 0419 248 372 Office: 9773 6655

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The Music Centre

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Public Notice

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

All Ages & levels Welcome ENROL NOW!

AVON

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THIS SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 8AM-1PM 100 PLUS STALLS!! $20 a stall.

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3rd Sunday of Month,

NEED UK TAX RETURN PREPARED?

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

CATALOGUE DISTRIBUTORS WANTED Deliver catalogues & goods. Casual work close to home. Flexible hrs - up to $150/wk.

C1119078-BM07-14

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

guitar - piano - keyboard bass - drums

PUBLIC NOTICES

1119459-RC07-14

MUSIC LESSONS

TAXATION /ACCOUNTING C542458-KK26-7

SUNDAY MARKET

(Pakenham Community Market)

PETS & SERVICES

C1099842-JL44-13

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS

C1104710-JL50-13

GARAGE SALES

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

CONCRETE CREW

Required for Kerb and Channel works in Officer. Approximately 800m of kerb to be poured, start date mid February. Please call 9705 0222 for more details.


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Classifieds PUBLIC NOTICES

POSITIONS VACANT

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Public Notice

The City of Casey is proposing a traffic management scheme on Gleneagles Drive and Reema Boulevard in order to improve road safety in this area.

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 9707-2000 24 hours 49 High Street, Berwick

TO SHARE

TO SHARE

CRANBOURNE, close to train station and all amenities, 2 fully furnished rooms, $170.00 per week each includes bills, bond required, no smoking or alcahol, must be clean and employed. Owner urgently requires house mate. Call 0410 447 288.

PAKENHAM, room available, fully furnished, double bed, TV, ensuite, communal kitchen. $200pw all bills. 0412 008 663.

NARRE WARREN, $150 per week plus bond, for working person, includes bills. Close to Fountain Gate and train station. Phone: 8794 9843 or 0474 158 804. NARRE WARREN, luxury accomodation starting from $150pp per week which includes bills. Bond required. Suit students, singles or couples. Close to bus, train and shops. Phone 0429 022 889.

WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT, older employed couple with no children looking for house (large or small) on minimum of 3 acres. Excellent tenant history. 5942 7646, 0403 755 354.

LAND FOR SALE PAKENHAM, 25 Shetland Court, vacant block, beautiful views, private sale. 0433 763 707.

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

Business Computing Specialists

Sell it local...

Serving the southeast since 1990

Computer

N T AT VES 27 Intrepid St, Berwick

Ph 1300 85 39 39

C686565-JM4-9

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

A history in Media or sales would be highly regarded although not a pre requisite. Current drivers licence and fully maintained vehicle required.

We require someone to assist with computer work and sales. Must have manual drivers licence. Full or part time. Call Robert McMahon on 0412 339 955

Public Notice

Connecting people & communities

Robert Molyneux Avenue, Endeavour Hills – Proposed Traffic Management Scheme 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

This proposal is being put forward for public notice and comment. The treatments proposed for Robert Molyneux Avenue involve installation of three speed humps; including all associated lighting, line marking and signage.

http://www.casey.vic.gov.au/council/ advocacy-consultation/communityconsultation We invite those wishing to provide any comment regarding this proposal to do so before 3 March 2014. If you require any further information, please contact Chloe Hammond, Senior Traffic Engineer on 9705 5200 or send a letter to PO Box 1000, Narre Warren VIC 3805 in an envelope marked “Robert Molyneux Avenue proposed traffic management scheme”

For gourmet cafe. Industry knowledge for breakfast and lunch. Must docket read and cook. Be able to work constantly and efficiently by themselves. Can speak and read fluent english. Daytime 30 hrs pw approximately. Berwick area. Phone 0409 334 447.

Berwick Auto Electrics and Mechanical has a vacancy for a fully qualified Motor Mechanic. 3rd or 4th year Apprentices may apply. If you are enthusiastic and looking for a rewarding and secure job, please ring Paul on 9707 3617.

McDONALD'S PAKENHAM, McDONALD'S PAKENHAM BYPASS INBOUND McDONALD'S PAKENHAM BYPASS OUTBOUND

MANAGEMENT CAREER

POSITIONS VACANT

FULL TIME Due to the rapid expansion of our business, we require enthusiastic, motivated & experienced Managers to join our team.

Reception/ Administration

A car is essential along with the understanding that the successful applicant must be prepared to work rotating shifts & weekends.

Ongoing Saturday 9am-4pm position. Must have good communication skills both written and verbal. Ability to work independently, using initiative and problem solving skills. Sound computer knowledge. Police check and Agents Rep license an advantage but not essential.

Minimum "SSC/SMX" qualification is essential.

Email your resume to michellegibson@alexscott.com.au

Drivers - Concrete Agitator

CIVIL ENGINEER Our company is seeking to engage an experienced Civil Engineer to work from our Pakenham office. Demonstrated practical experience in civil roadworks and road infrastructure maintenance is essential. Proven Project Management ability is required. Proven experience in working with State and Local Government authorities would be highly advantageous. An attractive employment package is offered for this challenging and very busy role. Applications should be forwarded to:Services South East Pty Ltd Email: SueK@portburydc.com Telephone: 03 5943 3200 Closing Date: 21.02.14

SHORT ORDER COOK

POSITIONS VACANT

The City of Casey is proposing a traffic management scheme on Robert Molyneux Avenue in order to improve road safety in this area.

Plans of the proposal are available on Council’s website under the ‘Current consultations’ heading at:

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

MOTOR MECHANIC

Please send resume to: Employment Manager djelverd@aol.com

Due to our expanding fleet, we require keen, enthusiastic and reliable Drivers for our Hallam Plant. Successful applicants must have HR Licence and experience essential.

Central Pre-Mix Concrete Phone 9303 9112 Mon-Fri

Bruce Clough Mazda

SPRAY PAINTER DUKE’S BODY WORKS CRANBOURNE

CAR DETAILER

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COMPUTERS

MOTORHOMES, CAMPERS AND 4WD’s

Mail your application to: Paul Bewicke, Group Real Estate Manager, Star News Group, PO Box 9, Pakenham 3980 paul.bewicke@starnewsgroup.com.au

If you require any further information, please contact Chloe Hammond, Senior Traffic Engineer on 9705 5200 or send a letter to PO Box 1000, Narre Warren VIC 3805 in an envelope marked “Gleneagles Drive and Reema Boulevard proposed traffic management scheme”

POSITIONS VACANT

Computers

Together, we will provide all stakeholders internal and external the best possible solutions and service.

C1101108-JL46-13

LANDLORDS

We invite those wishing to provide any comment regarding this proposal to do so before 3 March 2014.

1119458-RC07-14

Alex Scott and Staff, Berwick 9707 2000

http://www.casey.vic.gov.au/council/ advocacy-consultation/communityconsultation

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Plans of the proposal are also available on Council’s website under the ‘Current consultations’ heading at:

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Rental Per Week: $370 Date Available: 25th February Bond: $1604

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.

QUALIFIED PLUMBERS

1080182-KG10-13

Just off Majestic Drive in Grandvue sits the spacious four bedroom home. Use the rear rumpus room as an extra bedroom or have two separate living areas. Master suite has FES & WIR. Open plan kitchen has large stainless steel appliances, Walk in pantry. Plenty of cupboard space. Gas ducted heating throughout. Double remote garage with internal access and small pergola. Only a short walk to the new Aspect Shops and Cardinia Road Train station.

1118935-RC07-14

SPACIOUS FOUR BEDROOM HOME IN GRANDVUE

1119897-RC07-14

9 SHAKESPEARE GROVE

KITCHEN HAND

Mostly day shifts with a possibility of one or two nights to work in the kitchen for general prep and cleaning. Must have food handling experience. Part time position, at Four Figs. Call Norm 0431 309 611.

A modern and fully supported environment is supplied, with all the tools required to be successful.

This proposal is being put forward for public notice and comment. The treatments proposed for Gleneagles Drive and Reema Boulevard involves the installation of fourteen flat top humps and associated kerb stands, lighting, line marking and signage.

PLUMBER/DRAINER Seeking qualified plumber/ drainer experienced in new homes, renovations and drainage maintenance for full time position. Own vehicle and tools required. Great team environment. Company based in Beaconsfield. Please apply to: dfemploy@bigpond.com

To work in a lovely new salon in Narre Warren South. Hours negotiable. Send resume to: passionatelady351@gmail.com

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.

Gleneagles Drive and Reema Boulevard, Endeavour Hills – Proposed Traffic Management

POSITIONS VACANT

HAIRDRESSER AND BEAUTY THERAPIST

Advertising Sales Part Time REAL ESTATE FOCUS

OFFICER

C1102930-JL47-13

POSITIONS VACANT

Full time: Bruce Clough Mazda is a family owned and operated business that has been established for over 30 years. We are currently requiring the services of a part time car detailer to join our team. Some experience in this field would be preferred but is not essential. If you are motivated, reliable, enthusiastic have excellent attention to detail and would enjoy working on new and used vehicles, in a modern environment, please send resume to:

Modern, clean smash repairs, excellent pay and conditions for right person.

Phone (03) 5996 7888

Bruce Clo Clough ugh ug gh Ma azda zda da Manager Bruce Clough Mazda 1975 Princes Highway, Nar Nar Goon, Victoria, 3812 or paul@brucecloughmazda.com.au. Applications close 24/02/14

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TO LET

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

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Classifieds POSITIONS VACANT

POSITIONS VACANT

HEAD CHEF Full time position including split shifts and weekends. Successful applicant must be qualified with significant experience, have the ability to work with and direct staff, produce consistent quality meals, maintain records and manage profit and wage margins. Salary negotiable. SECOND CHEF POSITION ALSO AVAILABLE. Please send written application, including qualifications and references to: Club Hotel, 51 Queen Street Warragul VIC 3820. Applications close Friday 28th February, with work to commence around Monday 10th March 2014.

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WHEN Carol Bathie began working at Hampton Park Library a decade ago she couldn’t have predicted the progress the institution would make. On the eve of the library’s 10th birthday celebrations on Saturday 22 February, Carol has had time to reflect on how much it has embraced technology and how much wider its user base is from when it started. Carol, who has worked at the library since it opened in 2004 and been a team leader since 2007, said the Casey community had welcomed the library’s growth. “We had an extension to our building in 2010 and have been able to increase the amount of technology for the community to use,” she said. “We opened with six public access computers and now we

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Morison gets national nod By JARROD POTTER

TURNING back the clock on the Australian lawn bowls scene, 15-year-old Cranbourne bowler Tayla Morison will don the green and gold next month in the TransTasman challenge. Morison will represent Australia in the under-18 squad against New Zealand when the biggest battle in international lawn bowls descends on Traralgon. She was thrilled to get the call up and hopes to make the most of a rare opportunity for someone as young as she is. “I was very excited when I got the call from Steve (Glasson, head coach),” Morison said. “Obviously, not too sure what they’re thinking when it’s coming up to selection, but it’s always exciting to get the phone call to say you’re in.” “I’m setting myself to make sure I’m mentally prepared for it as you want to go in with a good mindset playing at that level and physically as well in case the conditions are too hot as you don’t want to go away not ready for the heat.” Morison isn’t underestimating her neighbourly international competitors and admits any lapse in concentration could prove problematic for the Aussies. “Australia every year plays

Tayla Morison will roll out for Australia in the under-18 national team against New Zealand next month. 114514 Picture: JARROD POTTER against New Zealand in the TransTasman and it’s always known as the biggest clash in world bowls, so we’ll be playing down in Traralgon

in a test series against them,” Morison said. “You’ve always got to watch out for them as they could always knock

us over if we’re not expecting it, so I think it’s going to be pretty high competition.” Morison’s Victorian state team managed to place second at the recently held state championships. At a club level, she has represented Melbourne in the premier competition and won the club singles for the second year in a row. Bowls Australia national coach Steve Glasson said the selection in the Australian side was extremely prestigious after a year of consistent performance for the athletes. “Selection in this team to represent Australia in what is a muchsought after event is worthy recognition for the performances of the past 12 months for these young players,” Glasson said. “Three players have been selected for a second time which is a wonderful achievement by them, and I am thrilled to welcome the other seven juniors into the international fold for the first time. “The experience they will all gain by spending time at the event with our senior Jackvaroos and our development teams will only enhance their bowls careers further,” Glasson said. “It’s a great opportunity for them.” The Trans-Tasman series will run from 18-20 March in Traralgon.

Matt leaps onto world stage By JARROD POTTER IN THE last two weeks, Casey Cardinia Athletics Club hurdler Matt de Bruin earned a pair of qualifying times to take his athletics onto the international arena. The 18-year-old Beaconhills College student from Pakenham has leapt into the best Australian rankings with a pair of IAAF World Junior Athletics Championships qualifying times - this year held in Eugene, Oregon, USA - in the 110-metre hurdles. Scorching the field at a High Velocity meet at Lakeside Oval, de Bruin stopped the clock at 13.99 placing him just on the world qualifying time for the event. The first feat was restricted by pre-race nerves but de Bruin was able to smash them aside and register the time to put him on the world stage. “I was probably a little underprepared and we went to the track and went through my usual warm

ups and before the race I was a little nervous as one of the blokes next to me had a faster time in the lower height, so he was pretty quick,” de Bruin said. “Thought this would be a fast race - had a fast start and the race ‘didn’t’ feel amazing ... like it was one of my quicker races ... wasn’t expecting to run anything special. “Conditions were perfect and I ran a pretty good race, my sprint to the line was a bit jelly legged ... they said after over the speakers ‘congratulations Matt de Bruin running a World Junior qualifying time’.” “I was absolutely rapt with that and didn’t expect it ... the hard work paid off over the last few years ... I’ve been working hard for it.” Backing up last weekend in Sydney, de Bruin stopped the clock underneath world’s time again with a personal best 13.93 at the New South Wales Junior Athletics Championships, finishing third to his closest competition for world’s

qualifying - New South Welshmen Harrison Andrews (13.77) and Ivor Metcalf (13.82). “Starting to feel a bit lethargic and shaky ... got down on the blocks and had a practice start and was happy with it but after that wasn’t feeling great,” de Bruin said. “Had the worst start I’ve probably had all season and didn’t feel strong ... felt like my legs wouldn’t go. “13.93 ... I ran a PB which I’m rapt with. “Shows there’s a lot of improvement to do and there’s a lot to work on.“I’ve got four weeks to prepare and knuckle down and get mentally right.” De Bruin can focus on the Australian 2014 Australian Junior Athletics Championships in New South Wales now and if he can finish first or second in his event, he’ll earn the chance to represent Australia in July. The Australian Junior Athletics Championships run from 12-16 March.

Casey Cardinia’s star hurdler Matt de Bruin has made the qualifying time for the IAAF World Junior Athletics Championships. 114609 Picture: JARROD POTTER

Georgia Cummings will represent Victoria at the upcoming Cycling Australia Junior Track Championships in Sydney. 114676 Picture: JARROD POTTER

Pedals win the medals By JARROD POTTER AUSTRALIAN championship gold is the aim for Endeavour Hills rising-star cyclist Georgia Cummings. Cummings, 13, from Endeavour Hills, starred at the recently held Cycling Victoria Junior Track Championships, winning two silver and two bronze medals across the event. Her results helped Cummings earn a spot in the Victorian team in the junior-15 women squad to take on the rest of Australia at the Cycling Australia Junior Track Championships in Sydney next month. Cummings is in the team with her best friend, Berwick cyclist Alana Field, and Cummings will make it her aim to bring back national gold from the championships following a successful state track event earlier this month. “I did pretty well, I got two silvers and two bronze medals,” Cummings said. “Silver in the 500m, which I was pretty happy with as I’m usually not that good in the 500m, and I got silver in the pursuit which I was a little disappointed in, but because my team mate Alana beat me I was still happy for her.” The summer cycling season has been productive for Cummings. She finished second in the National Junior Track Series to Victorian team mate Sarah Gigante after leading the championship in the first three rounds. “’Cause it was my second time going away I was pretty keen to hit the boards again and race everyone as I didn’t get to race all the girls as they didn’t race at the National Junior Track Series where I came second to Sarah,” Cummings said. “I was in the lead for the Sydney round, Melbourne round and Launceston round and I was really happy to finish second. “Winning in Sydney - the atmosphere was better there and it was a quicker track and I won every single race except for one of them.” Her aim is to win the individual pursuit but Cummings would be thrilled to pick up medals across the rest of her race meet. “Hopefully, I’ll get to ride in all of them (races),” Cummings said.

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Warriors through and through By RUSSELL BENNETT LET’S get one thing perfectly clear - when this year’s West Gippsland Warriors squad begins their Country Week campaign next week, the group won’t be interested in simply making up the numbers. These boys - the best of the best, a veritable who’s who of the best available talent from across the league - are out to win and win big. Although the squad was dealt a couple of cruel blows with injuries to star Tooradin pair Tom Hussey and Aaron Avery in recent weeks, the remaining talent is united behind a common goal - proving themselves on the big stage. Selector and Cardinia big-hitter Simon Parrott beams about the side’s allaround ability. “Almost all of the top seven or eight players in the side can bowl good medium pace or pace bowling,” he said. “Then you have a guy like Jarrod Armitage, who is just tailor-made for bowling on turf wickets. “He’s going to be great for us bowling in that (opening) partnership with Kyle Brooke and a guy like Russ Lehman could fill Aaron’s role as that extra seamer.” Parrott said spinners Dananja Madushanka and Shannon Mathers would also have a big role to play, as would speedy Emerald

veteran Clint Marsh. But he’s just as bullish about the Warriors’ batting stocks. “Chris Smith is just a wonder-kid,” Parrot said. “He sees the ball and just hits it so sweetly - he’s such an impressive cricketer to watch. “There aren’t many guys like him in the league - he has just looked a cut above this season and it’s great to have him in the side.” The Warriors will be looking for big runs from co-captains Cal O’Hare and Dom Paynter, while players like A.J. Walker, Bradey Welsh and Jason Williams round out an imposing list of local runscorers. Brent Murdoch, meanwhile, has been brought into the side for injured keeper Hussey. “All the boys pride themselves on their own performances,” Parrott said. “We’re all going there to win. “Last year was more about us finding our feet, but I’d be extremely disappointed if we don’t make the finals.” The Warriors will begin their campaign on Monday against Warragul and District at Casey Fields, before then taking on Sunraysia in Werribee, Wangaratta at Elsternwick Park and Goulburn Murray at Northcote in the preliminary rounds.

WGCA COUNTRY WEEK SQUAD Dom Paynter (c) Pakenham Cal O’Hare (c) Tooradin Jarrod Armitage Merinda Park Kyle Brooke Clyde Danny Diwell Merinda Park Brent Murdoch (wk) Cranbourne Meadows Russell Lehman Pakenham Dananja Madushanka Kooweerup Shannon Mathers Merinda Park Chris Smith Pakenham A.J. Walker Emerald Bradey Welsh Pakenham Jason Williams Pakenham Clint Marsh Emerald

Best in generations IT couldn’t have been an easy task narrowing down Merinda Park’s team of the past 30 years, which was announced at Donnelly Reserved on Saturday night. There are bound to be a few who can count themselves unlucky to miss out on a berth in the side, but the 12-man squad as announced was: Marty Donaldson (captain), Brett Armitage (vice-

captain), Grant Bloomer, Brett Whittingham, Shawn Peebles, Jess Mathers, Danny Lavigne, Greg Marra, Rick Dennerley, Richard Murphy, Shannon Mathers and Phil Cassidy. The Mathers boys represent today’s generation of Cobra stars, while current WGCA president Armitage was honoured with the vicecaptain’s nod.

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Clyde’s Kyle Brooke, centre, is set to open the bowling for the WGCA Warriors Picture: JARROD POTTER Country Week side. 113191

Winning chance wilts in heat By RUSSELL BENNETT MERINDA Park has emerged from Saturday’s mini-heatwave as one of the biggest losers of the Premier round. Though there wasn’t a ball bowled in WGCA senior cricket on Saturday, the Cobras were punished by the heat in round 12’s second day - one that now looms as a season-defining day on the fixture. Both Merinda Park and Emerald locked in their own battles at separate ends of the table - were sitting pretty after day one last week, but Saturday’s sweltering conditions put the kybosh on their chances of crucial victories. A brilliant tail-end recovery mission from the Bombers, led by big Darcy Hellriegel, saw them pose a serious threat to the highly-fancied Lions at Toomuc Reserve. Pakenham would have had to chase an imposing 274 for victory on day two but the league enforced its heat policy, which saw play abandoned on Saturday as the Melbourne forecast at 11am sat at 40 degrees. So, instead of sitting in the box seat and looking set to post a huge win, Emerald had to settle for a draw - which still leaves the Bombers in a dogfight with Pakenham Upper-Toomuc and Upper Beaconsfield to stave off relegation back to District division. The Maroons, at this stage, are in the box seat to secure the title no one wants with 18 points, but the Yabbies are still well within reach just six points ahead after being on the wrong end of the only conclusive result of the round. The Seagulls had already secured victory on day one at Pakenham Upper Rec Reserve.

Jarrod Armitage will play a crucial role with the ball for the Cobras as they look to secure a WGCA Premier grade finals berth. 113068 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS The Cobras, meanwhile, are contesting a three-way battle of their own - for the third and fourth finals spots with Cardinia and Kooweerup. The Bulls and Demons are currently locked on 90 points, while the Cobras’ draw with the Maroons on Saturday has left them six

points back in fifth. Upper Beaconsfield won the toss and batted first on day one but could only muster 119 all out. The Cobras were sitting pretty on 3/73 after 20 overs at stumps - victory was almost a sure thing. Their finals spot isn’t yet.

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Swans regain confidence CASEY-SOUTH MELBOURNE (269) reversed the roles on finalscontender Prahran (130). With finals all but out the window for the Swans, south east pride and getting a few confidence boosting wins were on the line. Casey-South Melbourne started strongly through Josh Holden (49) and Lachie Sperling (66), accruing an 85-run second wicket partnership following the easy dismissal of import Steve Mullaney (7). Holden fell one short of his half century before Dan Watson (0) and debut batsman Rob Elston (16) fell in quick succession leaving Sperling and stand-in captain Chris Hall (17) to stabilise the innings. Next to the crease was Nathan Freitag (41), who kept his hand raised for Bushrangers selection after another all-round performance. Troy Aust (33) knocked in his best score of the season as he and Frietag carried the Casey initiative through to

post 269. The Prahran-beating continued with the ball on Sunday morning as Mullaney (5/23) snared his best figures in Victorian Premier Cricket. Prahran wobbled and collapsed all the way down to 6/27 before a defiant knock from Nathan McNally (47 not out) attempted to rescue the home side. McNally remained unbeaten as Prahran fell in the 51st over for 130. Frietag (2/36) finished a superb all-round match with a couple of wickets and an assisted run out. The win promotes CaseySouth Melbourne to 14th on the VPC ladder as the Swans host Frankston-Peninsula this round in a two-dayer. DANDENONG Brutally punished by Footscray-Edgewater (7/328), Dandenong (126 and 1/50) was belted with bat and ball about Merv Hughes Oval over the weekend. Nathan Lambden (1/43) snared the early scalp of Dean Russ (13) before Anthony Barton (44)

and Travis Dean (119) were brought together. Adding 76 runs for the second wicket, Barton’s wicket at the hands of Justin Butterfield (1/44) only brought more pain for the Panthers. Dean went after any Dandenong bowler who came near him and gained strong support from former Australian Test all-rounder and current Victorian representative John Hastings (87). The pair put on 149 for the third wicket as boundaries flew around the field. Dean carried on to bat through the innings as the unlikely wicket-taker emerged through Tom Donnell (3/11). The less said about Sunday the better as Dandenong was embarrassed from the crease rapidly by Footscray-Edgewater. James Nanopoulos (33) was the only fighter with the bat as everyone else succumbed quickly. Dandenong sits 13th on the ladder with finals all but out of the equation now as they head to Northcote for this round.

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Fight for life in Turf 1 By JARROD POTTER IT ALL boiled down on Saturday - with the match of the round the likely wooden-spoon showdown between Coomoora and Narre Warren.

ing the good work of Ryan Hilliard (43), the captain Ben Hilliard (54) pushed through the Cobras’ strike force to get Hallam past the double century mark. Justin Davis (4/44) and Michael Davies (3/53) toiled in temperate conditions with good assistance from spinner Paul Stockdale (2/37).

COOMOORA v NARRE WARREN Fighting for their lives in the top tier, Coomoora restricted the Narre Warren (152) tally through some handy off-spin. The Magpies had gutsy input early from David Wheeler (22) and Shaun Van Dam (39), but the wheels fell off their innings as Rob Johnston (5/44) started spinning circles around the Magpies. The Kangaroos’ offie (Johnston) toiled in the heat but reaped great rewards for his efforts. Some late order runs via Ben Swift (21) and Nick Shirt (14) held the Kangaroos at bay for a while, but Johnston would strike to remove the pair and continue his rampage. Johnston beguiled half the Narre Warren batting card en route to his third five-wicket haul of the season and left Narre Warren with a middling score of 152 to defend. With Johnston keeping the Magpies bogged down from the Dandenong Bypass end, with his 24 overs featuring 10 maidens, the pavilion end duties were left up to Chris Konings (2/21), who made the early breakthroughs at the top of the Narre order, and Joseph Hawke (2/18). Luke Vincent (0 not out) and Rahoul Pankhania (6 not out) survived the last six overs of the day unscathed to give the Kangaroos a hopefully much cooler chase next week.

MORDIALLOC v BERWICK Fight back from Mordialloc’s (193) lower order prevented Berwick (0/2) from claiming too much success on Saturday. Jarrod Goodes (4/51) spun through a pair of recognised Bloodhounds stars Leon Kennedy (0) quacked his way back to the pavilion while captain Stuart Squires (10) succumbed to the edge and dollied one to Bathiya Perera. Tim Richardson (6) became the first victim snared by Turf 1 debutant Damien Quinlan (1/21). Mordialloc’s tail wagged hard to revive the innings from 5/77 via Damith Mapa Ralalage (47) and Monto Perera (43). Ryan Crawford (2/50) was the other major wicket taker, taking his opposite spearhead Chathura Athukorala’s (28) scalp before also trapping Perera LBW. Adam Watson (2 not out) held on for the last over of the day, leaving 192 left to chase on Saturday. Berwick will barrack for a few other results to fall their way to bump back up inside the top four. The Bears need to knock over Mordialloc and get losses from Buckle Ridges, Lyndale and North Dandenong to leap back up the order and remain in the hunt for a finals spot.

HALLAM KALORA PARK v HEINZ SOUTHERN DISTRICTS Ben Hilliard’s gutsy half-century in the stinking heat helped guide Hallam Kalora Park (215) into the box seat against Heinz Southern Districts. Follow-

Cobras’ spearhead Justin Davis charges in against Hallam Kalora Park. 114517 Picture: JARROD POTTER

DDCA SCOREBOARD TURF 1 Parkfield 1/2 v Buckley Ridges 241 (S. Fonceca 69, D. Haasbroek 35, P. Rudd 28, T. D’souza 5/88, S. Bell 2/35). North Dandenong v Springvale South 8/245(cc) (R. Kellepotha 113*, M. Forsyth 28*, J. Sketcher 25, M. Amin 2/24, J. Andersen 2/47, M. De Kauwe 2/60). Hallam Kalora Park 215 (B. Hillard 54, R. Hillard 43, L. Byron 26, J. Davis 4/44, M. Davies 3/53, P. Stockdale 2/37) v Heinz Southern Districts. Mordialloc 193 (D. Mapa Ralalage 47, M. Perera 43, T. Grayling 34, C. Athukorala 28, J. Goodes 4/41, R. Crawford 2/50) v Berwick 0/2. Coomoora 0/7(cc) v Narre Warren 152 (S. Van Dam 39, R. Johnston 5/44, J. Hawke 2/18, C. Konings 2/21). Dandenong West 8/284 (A. Mason 50*, M. Fielding 50, W. Ghauri 45, G. Siwes 35, S. Weir 28, J. Stanton 25, T. Lakshita 4/55, L. Mara 2/78) v Lyndale. TURF 2 Hampton Park 146 (M. Brooks 51, J. Langham 40, A. Motupalli 3/24, J. Hennigan 3/29) v Keysborough 4/58. Narre South 0/30 v Narre North 85 (A. Najibi 3/19, A. Douglas 2/20, Z. Azhar 2/36). Parkdale 4/21 (S. Ferreira 2/6) v Silverton 224 (P. Rodrigo 63, C. Walker 62, D. Nanayakkara 26, D. Rowe 3/14, S. Warner 3/40, R. Dougherty 3/81). Southern Pirates 190 (J. Brohier 54, N. Kumar 41, J. Dale 5/26, G. Sameera 2/54) v Fountain Gate 1/34. Cranbourne 215 (B. Maroney 80, F. Payenda 44, J. Ryan 5/33, J. Kari 2/28, R. Prudham 2/52) v St Mary’s 1/18. Doveton 126 (R. Turner 51, A. Macquire 8/43) v St Brigid’s/St Louis 1/97 (M. Jamieson 44, R. Stringer 26*).

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Eagles end up in heat tailspin By JARROD POTTER Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association round 11 (week one) HIGH heat wilted the Eagles’ resolve as Bayswater forged its way to 7/268. While the fans sat in the kiddy pool and lazed back under the marquees, Endeavour Hills struggled on field to curtail Bayswater’s assault with three middle-order half-centuries making the task ahead difficult, especially with the restricted chase of 65 overs. The early wicket of Mark Collins (1) was about the only starting success for the home side as Bayswater started to push ahead. Tim Sugumar (68) Ben Osborne (52) and a gutsy, unbeaten knock from the skipper Sean Flynn (72 not out) left the Eagles without much to smile about. Chipping in for wickers throughout the innings was Shane Peake (3/77) - earning

Endeavour Hills spinner Shane Peake rolled the arm over to great effect snaring three wickets against Picture: JARROD POTTER Bayswater. 114516 shouts of the famous edict to 65 overs on Saturday, the “bowling Shane” from behind chase ahead will prove tricky the stumps. Peake toiled away for the Eagles, who need the in the heat bowling 16 overs win to hold at bay the chasers while Chris Periera (2/34) and after their sixth and last finals Matt Hutchinson (1/46) also place in the division. sweated it out from the bowlEndeavour Hills second ing crease. XI is similarly placed and in With the VSDCA limiting a spot of bother as Bayswater first and second XI matches made 6/281 from its 65 overs.

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Registration Day for 2014 will be held on 15th February at Hillsmeade Primary School – Soccer Club Social Rooms, The Promenade, Narre Warren South from 9:30am to 12pm. The club is also looking for coaches to help at junior level and for the senior ladies teams, any help would be greatly appreciated. For more information or to contact the club, please contact Marc Clothier (President) on 0433795262 or see our website below:

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Use The Lot holds off Maules Creek to win the $80,000 BMW Melbourne Handicap (2000m) at Caulfield on Saturday and race into Picture: WWW.SLICKPIX.COM.AU Adelaide Cup calculations for Cranbourne-trainer Sharna Valli. 114771

Once-ailing Pauling gives ’em a mauling By DAVID NAGEL AN ageing campaigner who belies his years and the continued emergence of an up-and-coming star were the features of local racing this week as Cranbourne trainers continued their dream recent run of form. Mick Kent’s lightly raced sevenyear-old gelding Pauling kick-started a great weekend for locals with a typically strong performance to win the $35,000 Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation Handicap (3000m) at Moonee Valley on Friday night. The win came exactly two years to the day since Pauling first hit the track, as a five-year-old, in a trial over 1200 metres at Cranbourne ... the late start to his career predetermined by a horror run of injuries. “He’s a very slow maturing horse anyway, but he’s had some serious issues along the way,” Kent told the News. “He’s had tendon problems; he had an accident where he went through a fence and damaged his elbow, and he’s also had wind surgery to fix a throat condition ... he’s had some long suffering owners that’s for sure.” Pauling, with just 14 starts to his name, is still maturing and heading for the peak of his racing career. Kent will take the son of Desert King back to the Valley for another tilt at 3000 metres before carefully

Sky Host, with Matthew Allen aboard, runs past the Stephen Theodore-trained Red Room Of Pain to take out race seven at Bendigo on Saturday. Sky Host carries the familiar colours of Cranbourne trainer Robbie Griffiths. 114770 Picture: WWW.SLICKPIX.COM.AU assessing his options. “The pedigree gets better with age and for him it’s further the better,” he said. “He likes Moonee Valley, so we’ll go back there, and if all goes well we’ll probably push forward to the (Group 2 $400,000 Tattsbet) Adelaide Cup (3200m) or, if not, a

stayers series at Sandown in March.” The Leveraged Media Marathon Series at Sandown looks perfectly suited to Pauling, with heat one to be run over 3200 metres on 19 March, heat two over 3600 metres on 2 April, and the series final to be run over a gruelling 4000 metre journey on Wednesday 16 April.

If Kent does decide the Adelaide Cup route, he’ll more than likely run into fellow Cranbourne trainer, Sharna Valli, after her promising stayer, Use The Lot, made it two from two this preparation with a gutsy win in the $80,000 BMW Melbourne Handicap (2000m) at Caulfield on Saturday. “If all goes to plan, that’s where we’re headed, to the Adelaide Cup in March,” Valli said, after her fouryear-old son of Ustinov-Chancelot defeated The Wingman, over 1800 metres at Caulfield on 25 January, and all indications after Saturday’s win point to those plans still being very high on the agenda. Other highlights from Cranbourne trainers over the last week came from Robbie Griffiths, who scored with Sky Host at Bendigo on Saturday and at Stony Creek on Monday with Eight Grand Boy. Also from Shea Eden, who opened Pakenham’s Cup Day card with a debut victory for his Statue Of Liberty three-year-old filly, Anyway’s Rosie, while Todd Balfour also tasted success at Pakenham, breaking the maiden status of Hollywood Gothic. Maree Aplin (Wayne’s Command at Woolamai), Ricky Maund (Onya Keithy at Hamilton) and Eric Musgrove (Wilari at Stony Creek) also entered the winner’s stall.

CRANBOURNE BOWLS BOWLS Victoria cancelled this week’s Saturday metro pennant bowls due to the hot weather conditions. Midweek Pennant Ladies Cranbourne Ladies first side had a great win away at Cheltenham by 24 shots. Isobel Partington’s rink of Bernice Helle, Pat Boltong and Kath Dudink were the best winners with 20 shots up. Y. Van der Wees 14/17, F. Farrall 23/12 and I. Partington 27/7. Cranbourne 64 defeated Cheltenham 40 The Ladies second side was not so fortunate and went down at home to Edithvale by 19 shots. Cheryl Wright’s rink was the only winner, up by seven shots. C. Wright 26/19, I. Smith 13/26 and B. De Lisle 20/33. Edithvale 78 defeated Cranbourne 59. Midweek Open Pennant The first open side visited MCC in Hawthorn. Two Cranbourne rinks were up but not by enough to cover the third rink with an overall loss by 13 shots. With one game to go before finals, the side needs to win the last game to remain on top of the ladder. L. Mulder 19/17, K. Fulton 21/16 and M. Boltong 11/ 31. MCC 64 defeated Cranbourne 51. The second open Cranbourne side had a good win by 13 shots against Burden Park at home. Two rinks were up on the day with Scott de Piazza having the best win with 12 shots up. S. De Piazza 26/14, L. Coate 19/26 and T. Bonney 26/ 18. Cranbourne 71 defeated Burden Park 58. NARRE WARREN BOWLS ROUND 17 of Saturday Pennant was cancelled due to excessive heat, so the limelight turned to the midweek bowlers of Narre Warren this week. Tuesday Division 1 played at home against Ringwood, and the side had a convincing win with two rinks up and one losing rink for a 27-shot win, 71/ 44. With only one game to finish the sectional games, the side needs to win its last game to play in the finals, a great effort in their first year in division one after promotion, winning the division two title last year. S.Bell, W. Harringsma, J. Naughton and I. Brotherton 34/7. A. Mark, K. Mark, E. Gibb and G. Manifold 25/13. G. Gilchrist, E. Van Maanen, A. Kidd and J Millar 12/24. Division 3 hosted Dandenong City and finished with a good win, 66/44, with two rinks winning and one losing, to finish the season which has been a reasonable year for our second side. N. Michaleff, A. Tobler, N. Pugh and M. Horton 21/12. J. Moran, P. Uren, C. Lapham and T. Henneman 28/10. S. VanMaanen, C. Pater, J. Green and R. Pigdon 14/22.

Business teams up for barefoot bias LEARNING to use biased bowls and a new set of rules is a serious challenge for newcomers to lawn bowls. Taking up the challenge in February are representatives from 48 Berwick businesses and local organisations playing in a barefoot bowls tournament. On Monday evenings, Berwick Bowls Club is running its annual corporate challenge tournament. Teams representing Berwick businesses and sporting groups are competing in teams of four players each. One club member is playing in each

team to encourage the novice bowlers and to keep the scores. A wide range of organisations are involved including real estate agents, automotive sales and repairs, service industries, retailing, catering, schools, builders and developers. Rivalry between the teams is fierce with the teams enjoying the competitive and the social side of playing lawn bowls. By playing together in teams and enjoying dinner afterwards, the tournament has proven to be a great opportunity for networking and socialising by local business groups.

Bowls Victoria may have cancelled Saturday’s round of pennant due to excessive heat but it didn’t stop the midweek bowlers from strutting their stuff at the Cranbourne Bowls Club last week. 94157 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS 1117565CG07-14

Local business people are swarming to the Berwick Bowls Club on Monday nights for the annual corporate challenge. 114747 Picture: CONTRIBUTED

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