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10 March 2014

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Judge impressed By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS A YOUNG burglar with a conscience has escaped conviction after he and a friend impersonated a police officer over the phone to lure a Noble Park resident out of their home. A man appeared in Dandenong Magistrates’ Court last Monday pleading guilty to taking part in an aggravated burglary. He and an unnamed conspirator had called the victim about 8.28am on 4 October; one of the burglars identified himself as “Jason Tran from Springvale police�. The court was told the victim was falsely told by the ‘police officer’ to go to the station due to neighbours complaining about noise in the victim’s house. As the victim foundered in confusion at the police station, the burglars rode their bikes to the victim’s house and forced open a window with a screwdriver. Police said the accused waited outside the window while his co-burglar rifled through items in the bedroom. The snag in the burglars’ plan was that the victim’s 12-yearold daughter stayed home and was able to identify one of the intruders as a past boarder. “She ran out and was very scared,� prosecutor Sue Benskin said. “She watched them ride off on bicycles.� Magistrate Jack Vandersteen

said he’d never heard of such a burglary plot. “You think you’ve heard it all!� he said. He ordered the accused to perform 150 hours of unpaid work as part of a 12-month community corrections order. Half of those hours could include drug addiction treatment. He said the accused, who appeared in court with a YSAS youth worker, was spared conviction for pleading guilty with full admissions and having no prior convictions. However he noted it was a “bad burglary�. “That would have had a huge impact on that little girl at that time of the morning, in her own house. “It’s not opportunistic at all. The amount of pre-meditation was high. There’s a number of aggravating factors.� Mr Vandersteen said that since the offence, the accused had taken “excellent steps� in his rehabilitation from drug use, depression and anxiety that had stemmed from a difficult childhood. “Given your background I thought you would have been in a lot more trouble so the steps you’ve taken... show you have a deep conscience. “You’ve done as much as a young person can do given the issues you’ve faced. “It’s very impressive to see before the court there’s someone... taking the rehabilitative steps you’ve taken.�

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Students want 2 help other kids HARRISFIELD Primary students have dressed as their future selves to raise more than $260 for The Kids’ Cancer Project. The Noble Park school took part in the foundation’s I Want 2 Be Day on 28 February to raise awareness of childhood cancer and vital funds for research programs. The kids donated a gold coin to dress as what they want to be when they grow up, in support of friends and classmates who might never get the chance. Harrisfield’s junior school councillors organised the event which brought in $267 from the school’s 242 kids.

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Toxic play zone fears grow By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS

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AN early-learning centre has recently opened about 800 metres east of the Lyndhurst hazardous waste dump, igniting renewed debate over suitable buffer distances from the landfill. The early-learning centre opened last year, its operators unaware of its proximity to the landfill’s eastern-most cells which are licensed to hold toxic materials such as arsenic, cyanide, lead and prescribed industrial wastes. A spokesperson for the centre said odours from the dump has increased of late. “At times there are odours however luckily this is infrequent. “When this occurs we limit outside play where possible and also close all doors. “I believe that if there is any risk to the community’s health then there should be plans put in place to eliminate the risk, whether it be movement of the site or actual closure.”

GREATER Dandenong mayor Jim Memeti will push for the early shutdown of the Lyndhurst toxic waste landfill after a recent “wakeup call” fire at the site. Cr Memeti, who says he first ran for council out of concerns of health impacts to residents in surrounding suburbs, said it was timely ahead of November’s state election for the council to push for the ALP and the Coalition to state Isaacs MP Mark Dreyfus, who last week called for the landfill’s early closure, said the landfill’s closeness to local homes and businesses “continues to raise concerns”. “As I have argued previously, this site needs to be closed down and a new site found to accept Victoria’s hazardous waste,” he said. “It is imperative that safe buffer zones

a position on shifting the landfill. He said he was prepared to take the rare action of temporarily stepping down from the mayor’s chair to move for such a motion during the 24 March council meeting. “I’ve always been concerned that the landfill is so close to residences. The fire [on 23 February] shows the landfill needs to be away from a residential are ensured between new developments and hazardous waste facilities to protect residents, workers and the environment,” he said. Residents against Toxic Waste in the South East spokeswoman Thelma Wakelam said a one-kilometre minimum buffer zone was needed for all types of businesses and residences surrounding hazardous waste landfills.

area,” Cr Memeti said. “It was a wake-up call. I know the community was very concerned on that day. There’s always that fear in the back of your mind. “What if the fire wasn’t controlled and got out of hand? These things could have been a lot worse - you could never feel safe in case something happens, as well as with the deliveries of the waste travelling through our city.” “Those people who work within that buffer zone spend almost more time there than at home.” The council, which has maintained a long-held opposition to the landfill’s location, approved a permit for the earlylearning centre in 2012. Greater Dandenong mayor Jim Memeti, who was unaware of the permit approval and construction of the centre,

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A THIEF has stolen a car while its owner was stopped at traffic lights in Dandenong. The Carnegie driver, 25, was at the intersection of Princes Highway and Clow Street about 8.30pm on 4 February when a man approached his white sedan and told him to get out. Police said the terrified victim tried to pick up items from the passenger’s seat but the man grabbed him by the shirt and dragged him from the car. The thief then got into the driver’s seat and drove about 100 metres before getting a flat left tyre, possibly from hitting a gutter. He left the vehicle parked across the southbound right hand lane and fled north toward Clow Street.

By DAVID NAGEL A REBUILT VW kombi van and a thirst for adventure are taking 71-year-old Frank Peniguel on a 12-month journey into the Guinness Book of World Records. The retired Daylesford local visited the Willow Lodge Bowls Club in Dandenong last week, his 88th stop on a trip which began in Elsternwick, his former home-town, on 10 January. Mr Peniguel hopes to visit between 600 and 900 bowls clubs, to set the record for the most clubs bowled at, before he finishes his journey at the same time next year. “The only record for bowls in the Guinness Book of World Records is for the oldest bowler, a 102-yearold gentleman from England,” Mr Peniguel said. “I was rebuilding the kombi van, and thought I could combine my passion for bowls and enjoy the travel along the way. Guinness set the criteria and it’s been full steam ahead ever since.” At each club, Mr Peniguel plays 10 ends of bowls against a club member before, win, lose or draw, signing off on the day’s scorecard. To ratify his achievement he also needs to take a photo of him and his opponent, with a club logo in the background, and also that of two witnesses. “The kombi is my office and where I sleep and eat,” Mr Peniguel said.

Easing crush GREATER Dandenong train passengers should have more room to move in coming years. The State Government last Friday announced a $2-2.5 billion rail project to meet growth in Melbourne’s south east, and flagged plans to remove three Noble Park level crossings. Premier Denis Napthine said it would transform the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines to allow more trains to carry more people. It will mean 25 new next generation and highcapacity trains and high-capacity signalling that will enable more trains to run, more often. Dr Napthine said the project would deliver a 30 per cent capacity boost for one of Melbourne’s busiest rail corridors.

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Fascination with trains lingers MY FASCINATION with trains began when I was a child when my late father Rowland Archer of ‘Ryecroft’ Lyndhurst took me in his spring cart to the Lyndhurst railway station to send milk in cans to the Stud Road Dandenong Butter Factory. I loved the hiss of the giant steam engine, which pulled the goods trains and also watched the firemen at work with the coal. Later, I travelled in a carriage for students from Kooweerup behind a goods train, and we used to then walk up Robinson Street, Dandenong, along the highway to Hemmings Park, across the bridge over the busy Princes Highway to Dandenong High School. Mrs Bolton was the station mistress in residence at the Lyndhurst railway station, and if we rode our pushbikes to the station she would guard them during the day.

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It was interesting to read in a yellowed, tattered page of the Dandenong Journal that: “It’s been an interesting 100 years since 1879 when the railway line opened between Melbourne and Dandenong and there were two trains a day each way”. The railway line from Dandenong to Tooradin was opened on 7 September 1888. On 21 November 1888 Dandenong’s railway station was becoming busier and the platform was doubled in length. In 1890, there was no Sunday trains on the Dandenong line. In December

of that year, 150 people attended a public meeting to push for Sunday trains. By 1921, there were eight trains a day each way. In May 1889 another step forward was the announcement that a “refreshment room” for the sale of tea and coffee was to be established at the station. In 1921, the electrification of the line was completed and the service was increased to 25 trains a day each way while the travelling time was cut from 58 minutes to 44. Bicycle Art DID you know that among its many eye-catching and striking features, the City of Greater Dandenong is graced with a bike path sculpture? I didn’t until I read an article in the Gipps-Land Gate magazine published by the Dandenong and District Historical Society about the sculpture, called Freedom Cycle, in Falkiner Reserve.

Freedom Cycle, Falkiner Reserve. 116416 The then mayor Cr Roz Blades had the pleasure of launching the sculpture in 1999. Artist Grant Finck said the sculpture was designed to reflect the freedom offered to cyclists by the path. He also said that he wanted the path to express the relationship between community and environment. The scultpure took eight weeks to construct and Finck employed an assistant, Mr Oliver Anderson.

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The piece has an overall height of four metres and weighs some 900 kilograms and has an internal frame clad with three millimetre sheet steel and painted with a polyurethane finish. Both sculpture components are bolted to a concrete foundation. It is located near Heatherton Road. Grant Finck lived in Dandenong in the 1960s and attended Dandenong Primary School.

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50 years ago 10 March 1964 Joe was just jumping the Rattler RAILWAYS investigating officers and ticket checkers have heard every possible explanation of why train travellers cannot or will not buy rail tickets. In Dandenong Court this week the old

familiar list was unfolded - “I was running a bit late.” “I forgot to get a ticket.” “I didn’t have time to buy a ticket.” “I had a ticket to South Yarra but fell asleep and awoke in Dandenong.” “I was late for work and was taking a short cut across the tracks.” Not one of these excuses succeeded in staving off fines from £2 to £4 with 12/- costs. But out of the blue there came a sudden variation. A ticket examiner, entered the witness box. He told how on 23 November 1963, he walked down the corridor of a first- class carriage on a train running between Berwick and Officer. There he encountered Joe who was without a ticket. But Joe was the soul of candor. He wasn’t late, he did not forget and he had all the time in the world to buy a ticket. But he readily admitted that there was a fiscal barrier. The simple fact was

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Grant evaporates By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS

Isaacs MP Mark Dreyfus, Bob Stojanac and Milan Stojic inspect the delapidated Serbian Sports Centre. 116131 Picture: ROB CAREW bile phone next to the club’s leaking LPG supply. To him, the centre is a community hub – the home of Springvale White Eagles soccer club - that provides soccer fields, free Friday night music for the elderly and basketball. He said it also provided informal settlement and employment services for a host of low-income and unemployed visitors, and “keeps kids off the street”. “When we got that letter (of-offer) everyone in our community was over the moon. Nothing like that had happened before. We hadn’t accepted a single dollar of funding from any government – local, state, federal – before. “Tony Abbott said he’s the Prime Minister for Infrastructure. That hurt me when I heard that.” Isaacs MP Mark Dreyfus

wrote to Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews in November to clarify the centre’s funding offer. He is yet to receive a reply. “It is wrong that the Serbian Sports Centre should now be disadvantaged by Tony Abbott’s cruel and unnecessary cuts to multicultural funding. “I call on Kevin Andrews, to honour the budget commitment made to our local Serbian community.” Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria executive director Ross Barnett said he knew of at least six groups in Victoria who had been jilted. Reportedly the government has cut $11.5 million from the scheme in 2013-14. It didn’t comment last week on the extent of cuts nor how many of more than 400 applicants had their offers withdrawn.

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WHAT one federal government giveth, another taketh away. The Serbian Sports Centre had all but spent a $150,000 federal grant promised last year to fix several hazards at its popular Perry Road facilities before being jilted by a new government months later. The grant, under the Building Multicultural Communities Program, was confirmed in a letter-of-offer by then Multicultural Affairs Minister Kate Lundy in August. But then there was the September federal election. The government was replaced, the multicultural affairs ministry disappeared, the program slashed and the grant offer withdrawn by the Department of Social Services in December. Centre president Bob Stojanac said the funding was for installing floorboards for the basketball court, fixing the indoor court’s leaking tin roof and replacing its leaking LPGcylinder with a natural-gas street connection – repairs that the volunteer-run club could not otherwise afford. Mr Stojanac said he wanted to make the community hub safer for about 1000 visitors and members of all ages and 20 nationalities. When it rains, the basketball court’s slippery painted concrete is even more treacherous under the dripping ceiling. Basketball is then cancelled out of fear of injury to players some as young as five. Mr Stojanac said he’d been advised not to talk on his mo-

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DANDENONG’S new municipal building and community square will open its doors on Monday 17 March. Residents are welcome to have a stickybeak and experience the new regional library from 9am. Customer service centres will still be operating at the current Springvale site, Parkmore Shopping Centre and the Paddy O’Donoghue Centre in Noble Park. An official opening and community celebration for the new centre will be held on Saturday 12 April from 2pm. The big screen that’s earned the site the Federation Square of the south east title will be turned on for the first time.

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Cash boost By CASEY NEILL DANDENONG and District Benevolent Society has received a welcome boost following a heartbreaking theft. On 24 February the Journal reported that thieves broke into and ransacked the group’s Thomas Street opportunity shop and headquarters, and stole $2000 in food vouchers. Secretary Barbara Siddall said the store had “a big heavy door at the back that was battered down”. “People who’ve been calling up, we can’t help them,” she said. But the volunteer organisation has received “quite a lot of responses” since the break-in, none more generous than the donation from the International Order of Old Bastards (IOOB)

last Wednesday. The group handed over $2000 in food vouchers and another $2000 for the society to bank. IOOB member Ian Arrell said half the donation was planned and the remainder available thanks to a generous donation from Jeanne Pratt, the guest speaker at their October function. “She asked what our next project was and we told her our aim was to raise $10,000 for Christmas,” he said. “She said she would match us dollar for dollar. “A few weeks ago she came through with the $10,000.” IOOB raises money through luncheons every two months and has about 300 members. “We give the money away to

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He’s tagged A GRAFFITI vandal convicted for tagging a railway station car park and an early learning centre has been told he wouldn’t last long in jail by a Dandenong magistrate. Zachary Hardman, 21, pleaded guilty to allegedly causing - in the company of a friend - about $4286 in cleanup bills for spray-painting their respective tags ‘Azum’ and ‘Zilt’ in May last year. Images of the tags were found by police on Hardman’s mobile phone. He and his friend were found with three backpacks of marker pens, spraypaint cans and torches. Their vandalism included fences and a tunnel at Narre Warren railway car park, property in Deblin Drive, Hallam and a Clydesdale Square toilet, Cranbourne.

A month later, a newly built early learning centre in Dandenong South required a $1760 clean-up from spray-paint graffiti. Magistrate Jack Vandersteen convicted and ordered Hardman to pay back Casey Council and the early learning centre more than $6000 in clean-up costs with a community corrections order for 150 hours of unpaid community work. He said Hardman would probably be refused bail and remanded in custody if he offended again. “Looking at you, you won’t last very long in jail.” He admonished Hardman for “walking around with a ski-mask on your face at night (and) spray-painting”. “I hope (Corrections Victoria) put you on a graffiti cleanup group so you realise how

difficult it is to clean it up and what a widespread problem it is. “Everywhere you were graffiting has a high public profile. It’s pretty child-like to put paint everywhere. I’m sure you don’t do it in your bedroom... so don’t do it on others’ property.” Mr Vandersteen said he had a “slant against criminal damage” and the “sense of entitlement for people to destroy other people’s property”. “In Melbourne all you see is graffiti. I can’t overstate how it effects people’s perceptions of public safety.” He said Hardman was “not a bad person” who had endured a “terrible tragedy” in his childhood, but fortunately had the loving support of his wider family - namely his aunt who he lives with.

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No jail term By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS A FORMERLY “law-abiding” father in the midst of an ‘ice’ addiction lost his 25-year marriage, his job, assaulted his daughter and became a drug trafficker, a court has found. Irfan Fasal pleaded guilty in Dandenong Magistrates’ Court last Monday to assaulting his 16-year-old daughter and smashing her mobile phone and computer at her Dandenong North home. His lawyer put the violence down to “ice-fuelled aggression’’. Fasal also pleaded guilty to trafficking, though at first he tried to persuade police that up to $20,000 worth of methamphetamine found in his bedroom was for personal use. Some of it had been allotted into more than 450 deal bags. Then there was also the 500 grams of cannabis in his garage, as well as scales and about $1815 cash on his person, in his car and home safe. “It has all the hallmarks of an ongoing enterprise,” magistrate Jack Vandersteen said.

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ice addiction. Police prosecutor Leading Senior Constable Sue Benskin said police initiated a full intervention order against Fasal in May after he was accused of “chesting” his daughter causing her to stumble backwards. Fasal then threw and irreparably damaged her phone and computer - later telling police he wanted to “inflict a bit of pain on her”. Soon after , he replaced the damaged items. That night, he also verbally abused his estranged wife, grabbing and damaging her car door so severely it no longer opened or shut properly. He then lifted a large plant pot, preparing to throw it through the car’s front windscreen. After being caught by police, Fasal had woke up in a “big, big way”, his lawyer said. Fasal’s exit report from the court’s credit-bail program was “as good as it gets”. The lawyer said Fasal has since continued going to a positive lifestyle program run by the Salvation Army, re-partnered and had high prospects of rehabilitation.

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By CASEY NEILL DAWN Vernon is passionate about her community, seeing it thrive and ensuring its safety. The Greater Dandenong Neighbourhood Watch president has lived in Noble Park for 66 years. “We wouldn’t live anywhere else, we just love it,” she said. “My husband is 70 and has lived here all this life. “It’s the best place. “The places where we can eat... we don’t have to travel overseas, we’ve got all the beautiful food and markets.” But she needs help to continue her good work, spreading safety messages throughout the municipality. “Even if they want to give an hour or two a year to the program, it would be an enormous help,” Ms Vernon said.

“It’s as much as they want to do. It’s not a weekly commitment.” The group distributes 10,000 printed copies of its newsletter throughout the City of Greater Dandenong bi-monthly. “I cannot believe that people do not realise that they live in Greater Dandenong, which covers Springvale, Noble Park, Keysborough, Bangholme and Dandenong,” Ms Vernon said. “When I give them a newsletter they see Dandenong and say ‘no, I don’t live there’. “I think this goes back to when we had the cities of Springvale and Dandenong.” The newsletters go to some homes but are readily available at clubs, libraries, offices, theatres, churches, shops, swimming, pools and more. The group also sends almost 1000 newsletters via email, and

Ms Vernon encouraged businesses to sign up to receive it so they could print copies for customers to pick up. Members attend events like the Dandenong Show to spread the word, and help police and the council by handing out brochures with warnings in crime hot spots. Greater Dandenong Neighbourhood Watch will also hold a public forum on 19 March, with Senior Sergeant Phillip Hulley as the guest speaker. The forum is in room three at the Paddy O’Donoghue Centre, 18-34 Buckley Street, Noble Park, from 7.30pm to 9pm on 19 March. Call Ms Vernon on 0407 325 030 or email president@nhwgreaterdandenong.org for more information. Email Reg Vernon at editor@nhwgreaterdandenong.org to receive the newsletter electronically.

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Court drunk By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS

A SERIAL drink-driver, charged with animal cruelty for allegedly kicking and dragging his cowering beagle puppy by its leash, was rebuked by a judge for turning up to court drunk last Monday. Police prosecutor Sue Benskin told the court Garry Kuech was seen dragging the twomonth-old puppy around Dandenong railway station on 5 July, causing it to choke on its lead and “yelp in pain”. When police arrived, they saw the beagle cowering from its owner, Leading Sen Const Benskin said. The court was told the puppy had been taken in by the RSPCA. Leading Sen Const Benskin said Kuech, at the time, smelt of “intoxicating liquor” and urine

and had to correct himself from falling. He allegedly told police to “f... off” and refused to give his identifying details. Kuech was also charged with failing to obey a County Court order to surrender his car after repeated drink-driving. Kuech’s defence lawyer said her client, who had a long history of alcohol abuse, maintained he “always loved animals”. “On the day the offending occurred, he was incredibly intoxicated. He doesn’t have much memory of the night. “Since this incident he hasn’t kept animals. He isn’t driving anymore.” Magistrate Jack Vandersteen acknowledged Kuech’s recent move into public housing was a “big positive”. “I don’t want a human being hurt by you by drink-driving, or an animal.”

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Chase drivers face jail time By CASEY NEILL YOU can run from police, but you can’t hide. This was the warning from Greater Dandenong Highway Patrol Senior Sergeant Scott Roberts after a hoon fled police in Dandenong South last Tuesday night. “He took off at a ridiculous speed,” he said. “Our guys had to abandon it because of the risk involved. “It’s a bit concerning, the amount of pursuits that are occurring now. “It’s becoming more prevalent.” Sen Sgt Roberts said hoons

that caused police pursuits faced three years in jail under laws introduced in late 2012. The laws also include a mandatory licence or permit cancellation and disqualification for a period of at least 12 months. “They will be charged and that will result in a criminal conviction rather than just a traffic matter,” he said. “When they engage in that sort of conduct, the ramifications of what can happen are enormous. “People could be killed. “The repercussions of pulling over and doing the right thing are far less.” Sen Sgt Roberts has in-

structed all Greater Dandenong Highway Patrol members to charge anyone initiating a police pursuit in every instance. “The legislation is there and we’re going to use it,” he said. “Whether the police stop chasing you on the night you will be caught up with and face criminal charges. “Whether a car’s got bodgy plates on it, there’s all sorts of ways we can catch up with them. “Your car’s going to be impounded and you’re going to be charged with criminal offences. “If you’ve made a mistake, just pull up and accept the consequences.”

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Author’s inspiration for women KEYSBOROUGH students celebrated International Women’s Day with an inspiring presentation from author Anna Barnes. Female students in Years 5

to 8 from Haileybury’s Newlands campus invited their mums and special friends along to the event on Friday 7 March. The morning also included a tour of the newly-

renovated, state-of-the-art girl’s middle school. International Women’s Day is held on 8 March each year around the world to celebrate women and highlight issues they face.

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Education still the key to empowerment By NARELLE COULTER A BUSINESS breakfast in Dandenong to celebrate International Women’s Day was reminded that there is still a large disparity in the opportunities faced by women in 2014. The first guest speaker at Friday’s Women In Business event Halinka Panzera is highly educated, owns a market research company, has written a successful book and is an award winning global thought leader. In contrast, second guest speaker, former Dandenong Magistrate Lesley Fleming, spoke of the scourge of family violence which, she said, was the “great growth area” in the south east. The statistics, she said, were “devastating”. “In my court in Dandenong, I always feel like it’s my court, we dealt with 400 applications for intervention orders a month and the applicants were generally females. “There is a huge challenge for our community in how we stop it.” Ms Fleming said there had been “wonderful changes” in the way family violence was managed by law enforcement authorities and the courts. “Police no longer view it as a domestic. Now police go to the door and remove violent men or women from the house. They have far greater power.” However, there are cases

Guest speakers Lesley Fleming and Halinka Panzera with Hallam Senior Secondary College students Jennifer, Taylah, Zinzi, Zahra and Stacey. that fall through the cracks, such as the Noble Park mother murdered in her driveway late last year. She had previously applied for an intervention order in Dandenong Magistrates’ Court. Ms Fleming said when she heard of the woman’s fate she immediately headed to the court to go through her files to see if the victim had come into contact with the court, and if so was there need for a review of

the court’s interaction with the family. Ms Fleming spent six years at Dandenong Magistrates’ Court and “loved it”. She recently left Dandenong to work in Melbourne Children’s Court. “It’s such a dynamic community, its rich in manufacturing and I hope that continues and it is also rich culturally and multiculturally, there is so much energy and drive here.” She praised the State Gov-

ernment’s Revitalising Dandenong intitiative saying Lonsdale Street was now “gorgeous”. “I think (the main street) it’s reflected in the tone of the place. You now see students walking through town and you can feel the engery, the buzz and the potential. It’s very exciting.” “I feel proud of the place whenever I’m here.” She said it was important

that the justice system reflected the community it served. “We don’t have any Asian magistrates. I don’t know if there are any young women there who want to study law, but I will mentor you. Just ring me.” Halinka Panzera spoke about her career life cycle and encouraged women to think of themselves as a brand. She said the building block of a successful brand was eduction which “doesn’t need to

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always be formal school, hard knocks also applies” and that mothers should not underestimate their skills. A mother herself, Ms Panzera said mothers possessed, for example, great logistic skills. “It took three women supporting me just to be here today, which is a lot more than I’d need for any other meeting.” She encouraged women not to be shy about getting more qualifications - whether they are young or old, climbing the corporate ladder or a stay-at- home mum to “celebrate the fact that you have that experience”. She said women should think about their credibility in the workplace, which includes how you present yourself, your “packaging”. “Credibility is really important, how you present your packaging, what you’re wearing, how you fix your hair. “All of those things build an extension of who you are. “Be aware of the environment you work in. Are you sitting on the shelves in David Jones or in Target?” Ms Panzera urged women to embrace change and “be brave”. “Be prepared to design a new model. “The thing women bring to the table is that women actually do things differently and that’s a good thing.”


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NEAT, MODERN, SPACIOUS/ 7 PINTO COURT, ENDEAVOUR HILLS FROM PAGE 1 This lovely home is tucked away in a small prestigious court. It would make an ideal home to live in, as it is modern and spacious inside and out. Upon entering the front door, you are greeted with a large lounge. There is a very modern kitchen, a wellproportioned family room, good-sized bedrooms with ensuite to main, plus robes to all bedrooms, large undercover patio that overlooks a rear yard that is suitable for children to play. Located close to amenities including shops, schools and bus stop.

FINAL WORD: PRESENTATION, POSITION AND PRICE, THIS HOME TICKS ALL THOSE BOXES. “COME AND SEE AND YOU WILL AGREE”. GAVIN ANDREWS, BARRY PLANT, DANDENONG 3

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BARRY PLANT, DANDENONG, 9706 7455 GAVIN ANDREWS, 0407 779 232 INSPECT: SATURDAY, 2.00PM-2.30PM PRICE: $450,000 + FAST FACTS Small quiet court surrounded by other prestigious quality style homes and centrally located for all members of the family.

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WE LOVE IT

DANDENONG NORTH

This property exudes quality, style and sophistication. It has been constructed with superior workmanship, quality building materials, and the finest fixtures and fittings. Some of the many outstanding inclusions are an extra large master bedroom with full ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, a formal lounge and a 4 2 2 dining room, a spacious modern kitchen, with quality stone bench tops, appliances and an abundance of HALL AND PARTNERS FIRST NATIONAL REAL ESTATE, cupboard space. MULGRAVE, 9548 1200 Other impressive features are high ceilings, a SAM GALATI, 0420 221 317 magnificent step down, rumpus room, a fantastic alfresco area with a second kitchen and built-in 10 JANMARA COURT barbecue, a gym, an outdoor spa, and a double garage with remote controlled door. INSPECT: BY APPOINTMENT There is also ducted heating, refrigerated air conditioning, a security alarm system, unbelievable PRICE: BUYERS OVER $800,000 under house storage, a powder room, landscaped front PRIVATE SALE and back gardens and 45 squares of living space.

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WE LOVE IT

KEYSBOROUGH

This Somerfield estate property has a picture perfect facade, four carpeted bedrooms - master with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe - a spacious living area which flows through to a feature-filled kitchen, grand tiles throughout most of the home plus a theatre room. The hub of the home is completed with the living room with split system unit which opens into a stunning kitchen that boasts a 900mm oven, dishwasher, huge pantry and stainless steel appliances. The rear of the home enjoys a formal meals area and a theatre room. The new owners can enjoy the undercover alfresco as well as the sun soaked yard which has a newly installed customised fence divider, a veggie patch and a double lock-up garage. Notable extras include gas ducted heating, quality blinds, laundry with access to rear, plenty of storage and an alarm.

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BARRY PLANT, NOBLE PARK, 8710 0000 CHEE-KY DUNLOP - 0422 910 881 7 BEDDINGTON STREET INSPECT: BY APPOINTMENT PRICE: $590,000+ SALE BY SET DATE: TUESDAY 1 APRIL AT 5PM (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR) DJ

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103 Power Road Doveton

14 Peebles Street Endeavour Hills

LIVE IN OR RE-DEVELOP

FINISH THE DREAM! Auction Terms Price Inspect Agent

Set on large corner lot with views, this attractive 3br BV has been extensively renovated & just needs some finishing touches. Offers a spacious lounge leading to a stunning kitchen with W.O, gas H.P & D.W. Huge covered patio for outdoor living. Renovated bathroom with quality tiling. Features stunning pol. Tasmanian Oak flooring. Off street parking for several vehicles with a garage & enclosed carport.

Sat 15th March at 2.00pm 10% deposit bal 30/60 days $280,000+ Wednesday 5.30-6pm Saturday from 1.30pm Dennis 0438 341 066

22 Pickett Street Dandenong Central

824m2

Agent

Sat 22nd March at 12.00pm 10% deposit bal 30/60 days $320,000+ Wednesday 5-5.30pm Saturday 2-2.30pm Chris Drieberg 0411 737 303

Auction Terms Price Inspect Agent

Saturday 5th April at 11am 10% deposit bal 30/60 days $420,000+ By Appointment Chris Drieberg 0411 737 303

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142 Corrigan Road Noble Park DEVELOPERS BONANZA

FANTASTIC INVESTMENT WITH ADDED POTENTIAL!

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Close to schools and easy access to major arterials this spacious 3 bedroom BV home offers great value. Features spacious lounge/dining, separate family/meals area and family size kitchen with gas appliances, ample cupboard space & ensuite to master bedroom. A huge double garage and big backyard completes this package. Needs cosmetic work but great potential here.

Sat 22nd March at 11.00am 10% deposit - bal 60 days $360,000+ Saturday 12-12.30pm Nigel R 0425 721 593

Units 1 & 2/4 Vizard Street Dandenong Pair of 2 bed units on excellent block of 824m2 with 21m frontage. Each offers lounge with gas heating, separate kitchen/ meals with gas cooking, large bedrooms, bathroom with separate shower, large rear yard with brick garage. Lots of potential for improvement. Returns approx $26,500 but potential to increase. Land size ideal for multi units or potential to build at rear (STP). Popular location close to all facilities.

Agent

Sat 15th March at 3.00pm 10% dep bal 30/60/90 days $380,000+ Wednesday 5-5.30pm Saturday from 2.30pm Bob Milkovic 0422 504 106

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With a high density zoning this modest 3 bed home sits on a rectangular block of 516m2 and has the bonus of a side laneway for access. Suitable for townhouse or apartment development (STP). Central position only 5 minutes walk to station, shops & CBD.

Auction Terms Price Inspect

18 Bonita Court Dandenong North

PRIME DEVELOPMENT SITE AT AFFORDABLE PRICE

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Solid 3 bedroom home featuring ducted heating, reverse cycle air conditioning, single lock up garage, carport & potential for development as a dual occupancy site(STP). Perfect for investors, builders, developers or irst home buyers. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss this opportunity.

Auction Terms Price Inspect

Sat 29th March at 11am 10% deposit bal 60/90 days $500,000+ Saturday 1-1.30pm

Agent

Nigel R 0425 721 593

UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM STATE TRUSTEES Approx 957m2 vacant cleared site - 15m x 64m with no easements. Possible multi unit site (STP) or build your mansion in the heart of Noble Park. Rare opportunity in a prime location close to shops, schools & transport. WILL BE SOLD.

144 Thomas Street Dandenong

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11 Power Road Doveton

25 Jesson Crescent Dandenong

RED HOT VALUE Set on 590m2 lot, this comfortable 3 bed home features a modern kitchen & bathroom for disabled access. Also has aluminium windows, all gas appliances & hardwood loors. Great value irst home or possible dual occupancy site (STP).

LIVE IN OR INVEST Attractive concrete home on approx 555m2 lot. Currently used as 2 bedrooms plus separate dining or convert back to 3 bedrooms. Separate sleepout in good condition. Value 1st home or potential dual occupancy site (STP).

Auction Inspect Agent

Auction Inspect Agent

Saturday 15th March at 1.00pm Wed 5.30-6pm Saturday from 12.30pm Bob Milkovic 0422 504 106

3 STRATA TITLE UNITS (TO BE OFFERED SEPARATELY) Close to all facilities in a quiet location these 2 bedroom villa units are perfect for investors or 1st home buyers. Each offers spacious lounge, sep kitchen/meals area, tiled bathrom, sep toilet, private garden plust garage. Potential rental return approx $41,600p.a. for the lot. BUY ONE, TWO OR THE LOT

Saturday 12th April at 1pm 10% deposit - bal 60 days $250,000+ each Saturday 3-3.30pm Neil Butler 0411 637 088

Auction Terms Price Inspect

Saturday 12th April at 2pm 10% deposit -bal30/60 days $250,000+ Saturday 12-12.30pm

Agent

Chris Drieberg 0411 637 088

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23/30-42 Hanna Street Noble Park

PERIOD HOME ON COTTAGE BLOCK

LOCATION IS EVERYTHING

Terms Price Inspect

Saturday 12th April at 12pm 10% deposit - bal 30/60 days $280,000+ Saturday 1-1.30pm

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UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM STATE TRUSTEES This spacious unit offers a large gas heated lounge/dining with split a/c. Kitchen with gas cooking & R/H. Both bdrms with dble BIR’s. Sep toilet, laundry & bathroom. Full length u/cover paved patio, shed & private garden. L/up garage with remote. Walk across to Yarraman Station.

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Enter this home and be taken back by its splendor. Polished timber loors, lead light windows, high ornate ceilings & an open ire place in the lounge captivates the charm. In addition ducted heating throughout and split air conditioning for year round comfort. Separate dining, modern kitchen with gas cooking, R/H & D/W. Two large bedrooms with double robes. Modern bathroom/toilet with spa bath & separate laundry.

16 Jarvis Crescent Dandenong North

30 Broadwalk Grove Endeavour Hills

Units 1, 5, 6/41 Potter St Dandenong

7 Besley St Dandenong Central

FIRST HOME BUYER OR DEVELOPER This is an excellent well maintained home. Floor boards throughout, L shaped lounge. Kitchen with family area. 3 spacious bdrms, rumpus/meals, separate shower. Double steel garage. Block size approx 659m2. (Potential dual occupancy STP)

STUNNING FAMILY HOME Immaculate BV located close to schools, transport and shopping centre. Offers 3 bdrms + study with master offering a WIR and full ensuite. Huge living area with comfortable lounge and enormous family/dining area off an impressive timber kitchen

INVESTOR’S BONANZA OR 1ST HOME BUY ONE, TWO OR THE LOT Three 2 bedroom ground level apartments to be offered separately. Each offers spacious lounge with balcony, separate kitchen/meals area, tiled bathroom with laundry facilities. Separate

BEAUTIFUL HOME IN PRIME POSITION Absolutely top quality home in one of the best areas. Set on elevated corner with views. Offers 4 double bedrooms with ensuite to master. Separate rumpus, modern kitchen with gas cooking & dishwasher. Ducted heating & cooling system.

Private Price Inspect Agent

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$390,000+ By Appointment Nigel Raymond 0425 721 593

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Saturday 15th March at 11.30am Wed 5.30-6pm Saturday from 11am Alex Simule 0412 889 173

Units 1, 2, 3/2 Horatio Street Noble Park

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$419,000 Saturday 11-11.30am Dennis T. 0438 341 066

Saturday 5th April at 1pm $180,000+ By Appointment Neil Butler 0411 637 088

$550,000+ Tues 3.30-4pm Sat 12-12.30pm Alex Simule 0412 889 173

144 Thomas Street Dandenong

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Explore Your Possibilities with The C! SPrINGVAle 107/31b buckingham Ave NEW LISTING

live the High life in Springvale Central

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Amazing apartment living right in the Heart of Springvale. For those wanting to streamline their lifestyle, without compromising on quality, this apartment will be a perfect match. • 5 Stars kitchen with caeserstone & quality ittings • West facing open plan living with balcony views • Restaurants, Cafes and shops on your doorstep • Public Transport to major Shopping’ Hubs & Uni

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For Sale: $350,000-$380,000 Inspect: Saturday 1st March 1:45-2:15pm Contact: Corey (Khoi) Le 0417 311 491

$350,000 - $380,000 Contact Agent Photo ID Required Contact: Corey (Khoi) Le 0417 311 491

SPrINGVAle 1-15/29 Albert Ave

light Filled luxury in Prime location!

Noble PArk 13 lee Street

A delightful original home located on a peaceful, tree-lined street that is only minutes away from Noble Park’s shopping precinct and its collection of restaurants, specialty shops, cafes, Noble Park Aquatic Centre and Secondary College. • 3 brightly lit bedrooms, 2 nclude BIRs • Spacious backyard complimented by pergola • Storage shed and 1.5 lock up garage • Large kitchen equipped w/electrical appliances

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For Sale: $360,000 - $390,000 Inspect: Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Contact: Corey (Khoi) Le 0417 311 491

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An original home surrounded by attractive amenities

Modern and stylish, this exclusive Apartment has all amenities in arm’s reach, the perfect choice for professionals, investors or those looking to downsize in style! • 15 Contemporary 1 and 2 bed apartments • Gourmet kitchen with inest appliances • Spacious open plan living/dining area • Large balcony to admire the elevated view • Quality carpets and bamboo hardwood loors

From $295,000 Thursday 5pm -5.30pm Saturday 3pm - 3.30pm Contact: Corey (Khoi) Le 0417 311 491

Corey (Khoi) Le 0417 311 491

excellent location, exceptional home

Located within the highly sought after The Keys estate, this beautiful contemporary home will offer immediate appeal being so close to the prominent Haileybury and Lighthouse Christian College. Outdoor living area through bi-fold doors giving access to the verdant courtyard with lush grass and pergola sun-illed lounge and dining area featuring glossy tiles gleaming under a collection of down lights 2 stylish bedrooms with double BIRs complete and carpet.

Jessie Xin 0420 970 916

Nik Sharma 0411 790 745

Kim Laing 03 858 10 999

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SALES

244 Lonsdale St Dandenong P: 9791 5922 F: 9792 2536

30-32 Langhorne st Dandenong P: 9794 0755 F: 9793 4777

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Dandenong Central

Doveton

POSITION PERFECT!

BUILD & PROFIT!

43 Gerard STreeT

15 doroTHy STreeT

Situated in one of Central Dandenongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finest streets, this home is impressive! Features huge split level lounge, separate dining room, polished floorboards, four bedrooms with built in robes, renovated kitchen with quality stainless steel oven/cooktop and rangehood. Extras include dishwasher, ducted heating, evaporative cooling and window shutters. A large yard, water tank and brick garage completes the package. ELEVATED HOME!

aucTioN: THiS Saturday @ 11:00am (if not sold prior) oPeN: Sat 10:30am to 11:00am

Three bedroom home plus bungalow with Plans and Permit in place for the construction of four units/townhouses. Unit 1: two storey, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 car. 149.57m2 Unit 2: two storey, 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 2 car. 157.95m2 Unit 3: single storey, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 3 car. 96.24m2 Unit 4: single storey, 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 2 car. 156.14m2 Situated in an excellent location, the completed units/townhouses will command excellent sale prices!

aucTioN: Saturday, 22nd march, 2014 @ 11:00am (if not sold prior) oPeN: Sat 12:00pm to 12:30pm

Dandenong

Noble Park

Noble Park

Dandenong

A TOP INVESTMENT!

SUIT NEW HOME BUYERS!

FULLY RENOVATED UNIT!

AFFORDABLE THREE BEDROOM HOME

117 keNeally STreeT

1/62 duNBlaNe road

4/66 Bowmore road

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Luxury townhouse boasting three large bedrooms, full ensuite to master, formal lounge, huge family room adjoining a chefâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen and powder room. All wet areas are tiled. Features ducted heating, split system air conditioning and a garage completes the package. Excellent Tenant paying $360 per week.

Low maintenance townhouse located close to transport and parks features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, three toilets, formal lounge room, ultra modern kitchen adjoining family room and upstairs family/sitting room. Porcelain tiling, ducted heating, air conditioner and double garage with auto door.

Close to school, kindergarten, Waverley Gardens, public transport, Monash Freeway and Eastlink, this two bedroom unit has a roomy lounge, open plan modern kitchen/meals, family room, corner spa to central bathroom, ducted heating, air conditioning, roller shutters, verandah, lock up garage and more!

Walk to the Tafe College and Dandenong Hospital from this unit which is one of two on the block. Features lounge, meals area off kitchen with gas cooktop, separate laundry and toilet, ducted heating, air conditioning, private backyard and brick garage. Currently let to an excellent tenant for $330 per week.

Dandenong

Dandenong North

Dandenong CBD

Dandenong

QUIET AND CENTRAL!

DUAL INCOME!

3 BEDROOMS + GREAT POTENTIAL

SEP TITLES - 3 BEDROOMS - ONLY 2 LEFT!

For Sale: $370,000 to $400,000 oPeN: wed 4:30-5 & Sat 11:15-11:45

6 SaroNa STreeT

For Sale: $380,000 to $410,000 oPeN: Sat 12:30pm to 1:00pm

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For Sale: $440,000 to $460,000 oPeN: Sat 10:00am to 10:30am

7 FraSer STreeT

A great central location only a short walk to CBD and St John's College! This low maintenance home will suit the retiree or young couple. Fully renovated kitchen, bathroom and laundry. Two big bedrooms, two large living areas and a 640m2 block. THE WORK IS DONE!

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RENTALS

Perfect addition to your rental portfolio! Three bedroom home with sunroom/4th bedroom, spacious open plan living, updated kitchen, full ensuite and second driveway. Previously tenanted for $360 per week. Rear self contained bungalow currently tenanted for $200 per week. Close to Monash Freeway, Hospital and Tafe.

For Sale: $390,000 to $420,000 oPeN: Sat 11:00am to 11:30am

Phil Morgan Sales Consultant 0417 517 651

Mile Mileski Sales Consultant 0417 103 325

For Sale: $320,000 to $340,000 oPeN: Tues 4:30-5 & Sat 12-12:30

2/103 mccrae STreeT

Neatly presented three bedroom unit features comfy lounge, spacious meals area off kitchen, built in robes to all three bedrooms, gas cooking and heating, paved private backyard and a carport. Minutes walk to Dandenong Plaza, Schools and city centre. Rented to an excellent Tenant for $290 per week.

For Sale: $310,000 to $330,000 oPeN: Thurs 5:30pm to 6:00pm

John Ratnam Sales Consultant 0414 556 517

Frank Holohan Senior Consultant

For Sale: $330,000 to $350,000 oPeN: Sat 11:45am to 12:15pm

1 & 2/40 HammoNd road

These craftsman built villa units may attract the interest of a private superannuation fund or owner occupier. Each unit features spacious living areas, three generous bedrooms, gas appliances, two have air conditioning and all boast lock up garages and secure backyards. Excellent tenants! *UNIT 3 SOLD*

For Sale: $320,000 to $340,000 ea oPeN: Thurs 4:30-5 & Sat 10:30-11

9791 5922 mclennanrealestate.com.au

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5/49 Heather Grove, Springvale BEGINNING FROM HERE! 1A 1B 1C

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Centralised of Springvale; minutes away from train, bus, school and S/C. Suitable for budget buyers or investors. Contents 1 good size bedroom,BIR, spacious lounge room, kitchen meals area, central bathroom, toilet, laundry, split A/C, ample parking area. Currently leased at $185p.w

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1/124 Kelvinside Road, Noble Park

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Brilliantly positioned in a quiet street, close to schools, bus, local stores, Waverley Garden s/c and freeway. This spacious house provides 3 br with birs plus a study/ games room; 2 living rooms; 2 dining areas; Beautiful kitchen; Covered decking with additional cooking area; Big workshop, central ducted heating, 2 reverse cycle A/Cs, water tank, remote control double carport.

Situated in a convenient location close to school, shop, station and park is this beautiful renovated unit. Offers 2 good size bed rooms BIRs, separate lounge, beautiful kitchen, stainless steel appliances, luxury shower with jet massage, quality floorboards, split AC, electric roller shutters, separate driveway, carport and extra two rooms at rear.

Auction Saturday 5th April 2014 At 11.30am

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3/24 Tulloch Grove, Glen Waverley

265 Potts Road, Skye

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A large block of approx 750m2 offers an approved stamp plan & permit to construct a large double storey dwelling at rear. The well presented existing BV home boasting: 3 bedrooms with BIRs plus study room, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, open plan kitchen with meals area, 2 living areas with separate gas heater plus wood fire place, double carport and lock up garage.

This modern and low maintenance townhouse is suitable for busy lifestyle occupiers or investors. Positioned in the popular Herriottâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Estate with easy access to buses, Monash Freeway, Pinewood S/C and Monash Uni. Features: Large bedrooms with BIRs; Open plan kitchen with stone bench top; large open living room, private outdoor living area; central ducted heating, split A/C system; freshly repainted, brand new carpet.

Set in total privacy on a large allotment approx 10,000m2 is this solid built double brick home. Easy access to Skye Primary School, Flinders Christian College, Carrum Down Plaza, bus routes, freeway. Boasting: good sized bedrooms with BIRs, master with FES, large lounge room, enclosed sunroom, 2nd living room, kitchen with family meals area; storage/cellar and huge workshop.

Positioned on the border of Keysborough and Springvale South is this beautiful, large double storey house featuring a large rumpus room; BiRs, master has FES and a split A/C, a large lounge room comforts with gas heater and split A/C, bright kitchen with gas stove, polished timber floor throughout, plenty of car spaces with lock up brick garage, long term lease with current rent at $1,669pcm.

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Agent Daniel Nguyen 0488 818 918

Agent George Urosevic 0400 673 566

Agent Daniel Nguyen 0488 818 918

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HOME OF THE WEEK KEYSBOROUGH 16 NEWBURY STREET

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BEAUTIFUL PARKLAND VIEWS IN SOMERFIELD This classically laid-out single storey Porter Davis family retreat comprises approx 28 squares of serene and beautifully fitted family space. Just 2 years young and located in the increasingly popular Somerfield Estate, this fresh and welcoming home features 4 bedrooms, the master of which pampers with a full en-suite bathroom, the centrally located 2nd bathroom services the other 3 bedrooms, 3 generous and versatile living areas comprising a front living room, a family room adjacent to the kitchen with meals area plus a light filled rumpus room at the rear. The kitchen showcases an array of fine appointments including stainless steel fittings, large stone island benches, glass splash back and dishwasher. The family room and rumpus room areas open onto a stylish, decked outdoor living and entertaining area with water feature. There is also a large double garage with remote door and internal access plus beautifully landscaped gardens. Other features include floating floors board throughout, ducted heating, refrigerated air conditioning, solar panel 3.5kw, remote control security system, system. LED A Must down To lights See! through

Auction: Price: $650,000+ Saturday 22nd March 12 NOON Inspect: Price: $650,000+ Thursday 5:00 - 5:30pm Inspect: Thursday Saturday 5:00 3:00 - 5:30pm 3:30pm Saturday 3:00 - 3:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 697335

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KEYSBOROUGH 28 SEELY STREET JOIN THE COSMOPOLITAN METRO VILLAGE LIFESTYLE! Live here and take advantage of all the vibrant, new amenities this precinct has to offer families and other savvy buyers alike. Set in a popular section of Metro Village; this 2 storey contemporary home provides approx 28 sqs of stretch-out living area. Comprising 4 bright and generous bedrooms, the main with full en-suite bathroom featuring twin vanities, powder room, and 2 living areas including an open-plan living and large dining area, kitchen with stainless steel fittings adjoins the light-filled family room and opens onto a large outdoor living and entertaining area, so space to relax and enjoy is plentiful.

Office: Keysborough Ph: 9701 8611

FABULOUS FAMILY HOME ON BIG BLOCK Located within easy access of all the important amenities Keysborough offers; this lovely, well presented 3 bedroom home offers a good opportunity for those upgrading from a unit and first home buyers alike. Investors too will find this an attractive proposition, being low maintenance and in a high demand location. Comprising a welcoming living and dining area which flows to the bright kitchen with updated fittings and gas appliances and on to a large family meals area. There are 3 spacious bedrooms all with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and serviced by family bathroom. Add ducted central heating, air conditioning, security shutters, floating floor boards, single garage, and lots of other appointments and you have a very desirable home. Best of all is the large site with a big paved outdoor living entertaining area ideal for growing families to play in and enjoy in safety. Alternatively, it offers the scope to extend if desired. With the bus at the end of street and Parkmore just an easy walk away, this could be your ideal home for many years to come.

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NOBLE PARK 1001 HEATHERTON ROAD DEVELOPERS TAKE NOTE Lovely home on a rectangular block of 711m2 site perfect for further redevelopment for an astute buyer investor. This meticulously maintained, quality-built home offers 3 large bedrooms, a spacious, carpeted living room, a tiled kitchen with big gas stove and a meals area, central gas heating, a massive lock up garage suitable for warehousing or storage plus garden shed at the rear of the block. Excellent opportunity for investors and developers with an eye for future redevelopment while collecting strong rental income from this fine home.

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KEYSBOROUGH 4 AMY MEWS BETTER THAN NEW? This absolutely stunningly remodelled and fastidiously presented home set in one of the most tightly held residential precincts of Keysborough and is certain to be pounced upon by discerning buyers. Showcasing a very contemporary palette combined with the very latest in fittings and appointments, this family home offers 3 excellent bedrooms, master with full ensuite, 2 smart, crisp bathrooms, a sleek modern kitchen with stones bench and glass splash back, bulk head ceilings, down lights, ducted heating and ducted cooling and three very spacious living area, the massive rumpus room which connect with the private and inviting outdoors. Out here, is a large timber deck just perfect for outdoor life and relaxation. There is also a double garage, a work shop and ample garden space set amid manicured lawns and pathways. The serenity may tempt you to forget that you are just around the corner from Parkmore Shops, buses, schools and of course Eastlink.

Office: Keysborough Ph: 9701 8611

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Auction: 22nd March 2014 11:00am Price: $490,000+ Inspect: Wednesday 5:00 - 5:30pm Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Le Hoa Wysham 0418 566 133 Sophal Chea 0417 474 258

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Price: $500,000+ Inspect: Saturday 2:00 - 2:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 711136

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KEYSBOROUGH 1/1 EAST COURT living the lifestyle! Tucked into the bowl of a quiet court amongst other quality homes, and with a reserve directly adjacent, this superbly presented, secure and inviting singlelevel residence lies conveniently close to Parkmore Shopping Centre, elite schools including Haileybury and Lighthouse Colleges, Monash University and hospital, EastLink and under 15 minutes to the pristine beaches of Port Phillip Bay. Freshly painted throughout and adorned with new timber and tiled flooring, plus a new kitchen and bathrooms, all the hard work has already been done so all you’ll need to do is move in and start enjoying the comfortable and low-maintenance lifestyle on offer in this sparkling home. • Spacious formal living area, gleaming loorboards throughout • Sparkling new kitchen equipped with quality appliances plus island bench with breakfast bar • Generous dining area or second living area with side access via sliding door

Ofice: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211

KEYSBOROUGH 5 SUNNYVALE CRESCENT PResenting style, OPtiOns anD COnvenienCe Calling all first homebuyers, downsizers, investors and developers (STCA). This vibrant residence is not only very well presented; it also occupies a superb position in popular Keysborough. Walk to Parkmore Shopping Centre, medical facilities, transport and local schools, plus Haileybury College, Springers Leisure Centre, Tatterson Park, walking and cycling paths, golf clubs and EastLink are all in close proximity. Centrally positioned on its generous allotment of 521sqm, this tidy home offers spacious living, an ultra-modern kitchen, chic bathroom, gated double carport/outdoor entertaining area, 3 robed bedrooms, heating, air-conditioning and much more. Sure to be snapped up quickly, inspect today! • Vibrant kitchen equipped with s/steel appliances including canopy rangehood, 800mm gas cooktop and oven plus extensive bench space • Generous meals zone/2nd living area with access to carport/undercover entertaining area

Ofice: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211

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auction: 22nd March at 11:00 AM Price: $340,000-$370,000 inspect: Saturday 2:00-2:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6183604 Dinesh Raghu 0431 131 157 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815

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KEYSBOROUGH 1/4 RISELEY COURT DON’T WAIT! INSPECT NOW! Be sure to act fast if you want to secure this wonderfully presented four bedroom family residence, as it is simply too good to be available long. An inviting facade and covered entry introduces the home; boasting glossy polished floorboards enhancing the large living area with reverse-cycle airconditioning and ducted heating ensuring optimal comfort no matter the season. An open, spacious meals area and tidy, gas-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar, plus en suite, alarm system, a covered outdoor area and double carport complement perfectly. Superiorly positioned in a quiet court, surrounded by an array of amenities including Parkmore Shopping Centre, Braeside Park, EastLink and the pristine beaches of Port Phillip Bay. • Large living area featuring polished loorboards and split-system cooling • Neat kitchen equipped with gas cooking, stainless-steel dishwasher and breakfast bar, overlooking a considerable tiled meals area • Ducted heating, security shutters, down lights, alarm system

Office: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211

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auction: 22nd March at 2:00 PM Price: $365,000-$395,000 inspect: Saturday 3:30-4:00pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 5824143 Dinesh Raghu 0431 131 157 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815

KEYSBOROUGH 13 TAMARIND CLOSE NORTH FACING, 35SQ, SINGLE STOREY Reminiscent of an exotic, luxe resort this palatial family home offers a lifestyle second-to-none. Behind a modern faade enhanced by plantation shutters and neat gardens discover an array of living zones including a formal lounge, home theatre and rumpus for parties or play. Relax in the elegantly tiled family room with meals area, showcase feature wall and access to an all-seasons alfresco deck. The sparkling kitchen is chic with crisp stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances and a walk-in pantry. Choose from an array of four bedrooms, master suite with walk-in-robe and double vanity spa ensuite. A gleaming central bathroom and guest WC services the whole home. Benefits include laundry, double garage, heating, zoned cooling and handyman shed. • Relaxed family living room with meals area and access to an inviting alfresco and BBQ deck • Fully-wired family theatre room for a true cinema experience at home

Office: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211

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Auction: 28th March at 7:00 PM Price: $350,000-$380,000 Inspect: Saturday 4:45-5:15pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6299506 Dinesh Raghu 0431 131 157 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815

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Auction: 22nd March at 12:30 PM Price: $600,000+ Inspect: Saturday 12:00-12:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 5442258 Dinesh Raghu 0431 131 157 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815

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NOBLE PARK 63 KELVINSIDE ROAD PRETTY, SECURE & CONVENIENTLY LOCATED Securely gated and set amongst pretty, established gardens, this original home is set on a generous 564sqm, providing options for first homebuyers, investors and developers (STCA) alike. Offering polished floorboards, three bedrooms plus a study or fourth bedroom, system tuned satellite dish, security shutters, a spacious living area plus a generous undercover entertaining zone and veggie garden, providing all the basics and more for a transformation so you can create your dream home or reap the rewards! Walking distance to schools, Noble Park Station and a convenience store on your doorstep, plus surrounding amenities include Parkmore and Waverley Gardens Shopping Centres, reserves and parklands plus EastLink. • Spacious living area with polished loorboards, gas heating and evaporative air-conditioning • Original electric-equipped kitchen and meals area • Three bedrooms, all with built-in robes, plus a fourth bedroom or study

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Price: $380,000+ Inspect: Saturday 2:00-2:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6165589

the Size Will SurpriSe! This considerable four-bedroom clinker-brick residence is desirably set on a generous allotment of 620sqm, surrounded by and within close proximity to an appealing array of amenities such as quality primary and secondary schools, parks, golf courses, transport, medical services and EastLink. Furthermore, Parkmore Shopping Centre is only a short stroll away via the walking path accessed directly from the rear of the property. Boasting glossy Tasmanian Oak flooring, dual living and dining areas, a well-equipped timber kitchen, en suite, a large covered entertaining area and tandem secure carport extending out to the huge, grassy rear garden, which kids and pets will undoubtedly delight in. • Formal living and dining enhanced beautifully with Tasmanian Oak floorboards • Large family and meals zone with direct access to the covered patio and huge rear garden

Kerri Skews 0438 322 633

Office: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211

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KEYSBOROUGH 15 MARGA PLACE BIG, BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL PLUS A POOL! As you enter this dream home, set behind its securely gated entry, the piece de resistance of this stunning residence is the first item you will see a pristine and sparkling in-ground swimming pool with sandstone paving and contemporary glass fencing, this desirable inclusion proves to be a superb introduction to the main dwelling. Boasting free-flowing living areas, high ceilings, a state-of-the-art kitchen sure to provide culinary delights, fixtures and fittings of only the highest calibre throughout plus an excellent list of modern inclusions. Set in one of the most prestigious parts of Keysborough, close to elite schools, Parkmore Shopping Centre, golf clubs, wetlands and beaches nearby. • Modern rendered and pillared facade set behind a secure and remote gated entry • Extensive open plan family space with direct access to the covered alfresco with cafe blinds,bar and spa

Office: Aspendale Gardens Ph: 9587 6211

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KEYSBOROUGH 2 ELLSA CLOSE

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Auction: 22nd March at 3:30 PM Price: $620,000-$680,000 Inspect: Saturday 12:00-12:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6219773 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815 Dinesh Raghu 0431 131 157

KEYSBOROUGH 10 ELLSWORTH DRIVE SoMerFielD SpeCtaCular Just 18 months young, this family residence is superbly positioned in the prestigious neighbourhood of Somerfield’, incorporating tree-lined, secluded boulevards, a pirate playground, bbq and sporting facilities, bike-trails and wetlands plus award winning landscaping. The home proudly displays a contrasting render and brick facade, whilst the interior showcases a classic and timeless decor comprising an open plan layout, large living and rumpus zones, three robed bedrooms, a large study, a sophisticated kitchen, covered alfresco with built-in feature BBQ, and low-maintenance gardens complement delightfully. Close to exclusive schooling, child and healthcare services, transport, EastLink and local beaches. • Open plan family and dining area with access to the covered alfresco, built-in BBQ and outdoor blinds • Kitchen boasting stainless-steel 900mm gas cook top, electric oven, range hood and dishwasher plus island bench with breakfast bar

ofice: Aspendale Gardens ph: 9587 6211

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auction: 5th April at 11:00 AM price: $460,000+ inspect: Saturday 11:00-11:30am mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6195911 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815 Dinesh raghu 0431 131 157

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auction: 5th April at 4:30 PM price: $570,000-$620,000 inspect: Saturday 1:00-1:30pm mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6287951 Dee Kawsar 0423 215 815 Dinesh raghu 0431 131 157

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SPRINGVALE 22 ST. JAMES AVENUE DOUBLE FRONTAGE IN SPRINGVALE CENTRAL! Right in the heart of Springvale’s hustle and bustle, this grand real estate opportunity will appeal to developers, business owners & investors. In residential growth zone (Residential Zone 2) & desirably located with everything at your doorstep, it’s the most ideal property to run your own clinic, build town houses or apartments (STCA) and the like. With street frontages on both St James Avenue & St Johns Avenue, it’s certainly a unique proposition. Surrounded by vibrant shopping, business precinct, train station and all amenities, it’s too good of a chance to pass up. You won’t encounter a property of this stature very often. Currently with 2 dwellings able to receive generous rental incomes, both your short & long term investment are secure. MAKE IT YOURS!!

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C1

Auction: Saturday 15th March @ 11:30AM Inspect: Saturday 11:00-11:30AM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6224909

Harry Li 0414 216 699

Office: Springvale Ph: 9546 8211

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KEYSBOROUGH 17 MARGA PLACE GRACE, ELEGANCE & SOPHISTICATION This beautifully maintained and contemporary home is the epitome of comfortable family living. Ready for you to move in and enjoy comfort all year round, this elegantly designed residence has room to entertain formally in the dining room or chill out with the kids in the casual lounge area. The chic modern kitchen is designed in neutral tones, with glamorous stone island bench, quality stainless-steel appliances and plentiful storage throughout. Outside, enjoy atmospheric lighting for the evening and entertain guests as they dine. The four bedrooms are all naturally bright with neighbourhood views, and feature practical built-in-robes. The master suite enjoys a gleaming private ensuite with quality fittings throughout. There are two further bathrooms, similarly modern and in a neutral colour scheme to service the rest of the home.

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Auction: Thur 13th Mar @ 7:00 PM Price: $595,000+ Inspect: Sat 12:00PM - 12:30PM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6210458

Ricky Nguyen 0420 956 239

Office: Springvale Ph: 9546 8211

KEYSBOROUGH 26 STANFORD AVENUE PARADISE IN NEW KEYSBOROUGH! 722SQM BLOCK! This contemporary residence will render you speechless with delight. A fabulous rendered facade, breathtaking & rare in-ground pool, immense master bedroom complete with a penthouse style en-suite, striking kitchen and enormous family room plus the added bonus for all entertainers, a very chic alfresco with bi-fold doors allowing external activities all year round. What are you waiting for? This one is Amazing! • Sublime 4 bedroom residence on a quiet street, near Keysborough Golf Course, close to parklands, schools and EastLink. • Formal lounge, formal dining, casual living area plus separate study room • Entertainers kitchen boasting stone bench tops, glass splash back and quality appliances • Impressive undercover in-ground pool & alfresco for outdoor entertaining • Fully landscaped and paved outdoor area for low maintenance • Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, alarm system

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Auction: Saturday 5th April @ 11:30AM Inspect: Saturday 1:00-1:30PM Wednesday 6:00-6:30PM mcdonaldre.mobi: ppty ID 6269955

Harry Li 0414 216 699

Office: Springvale Ph: 9546 8211

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY!! Located in a premium pocket of North Dandenong with all leading amenities at your doorstep, the classical presentation of a quality home provides enticing options to enjoy or invest in this delightful 3 bedroom home plus study. The instantly inviting spaces comprise of a traditional L-shape lounge and dining domain with a second step down level rumpus room, whilst the masters kitchen, renovated bathroom & dual toilets confirm this home’s readiness for enjoyment. Presenting an outstanding opportunity for families or investors with a current return of $1646.65 P.C.M & bonus features such as:, gas heating, split system heating/cooling and single lock up garage

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16 Marjoram 14 Buldah Street Close Saturday By Appointment 11th @ 12:00pm – 12:30pm Belynda Photo I.DDelorenzo Required 0459 248 414 Elvira Bafto 0400 906 556 belynda@platinumrealty.com.au Belynda Delorenzo 0459 248 414

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With this welcoming home on offer, enjoy 3 well sized bedrooms with central bathroom plus complete ensuite to master. Natural light filled separate lounge plus dining this wonderful property has plenty of cupboard space in its wellmaintained kitchen with adjoining meals area with freshly renovated flooring. Also offering fantastic outdoor area for all your sociable needs. Bonus features include ducted heating, air con, storage shed, and 4 car carport with rear access to a well sized yard measuring 670m2 in total.

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Situated on an fantastic (862m2 approx.) allotment, this brilliant parcel of land offers the opportunity for a fantastic investment whether your looking to build a new home or possible multiunit site (STCA). Situated within close proximity to local stores, Dandenong plaza, Fountain Gate, public transport and local schools. This is prime positioning and investment at its best. BUDGET INVESTMENT Be quick as this one will not last long!! Ready to go, Neat & Complete is this renovated Gem. Settlement Terms: 10 % Deposit, Balance 30/60 Featuring 3 bedroom, all with BIRs, central bathroom, Newly Auction: Saturday 12th April at 2:30pm unless sold prior!!! installed kitchen & ducted heating. With a spacious lounge to entertain within and double lock up garage, this bargain delight is situated within seconds access to locals freeways, stores Location 5 TheyerAUCTION Street and public transport. 12/04 unless sold prior! 3 A

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Hall & Partners DANDENONG 3/28 De Villiers Drive AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

DANDENONG 15 Masters Street ULTRA-MODERN IN DESIRABLE LOCATION BIDDING COMMENCES AT $250,000 You have to act fast to secure this beauty! Stylishly renovated with great attention to details, sure to please the most discerning buyer.2 bedrooms, brand new kitchen, excellent trendy bathroom, new elegant low maintenance floor covering & modern deco! Secured private backyard, brick garage and in a lovely environment of only 4 units with excellent parking space facilities & location so often sought but rarely found! Marvellous location, walking distance to schools, shops & parks.

CENTRAL GEM ON LAND APPROX. 705M2! Superbly maintained timber home with garage and carport located in a Residential Growth Zone. Home includes ducted heating, air conditioner, carport & rear verandah. Potential for further developments (subject to permits). Favoured locality; just a few minutes’ walk to Dandenong Plaza Shopping Complex,St.Marys,St.Johns & Foster street Primary – in fact all facilities! Don’t miss this one! For Sale Now or Auction.Your offer?

Auction: Saturday 15th March @ 12:00noon Inspect: Saturday From 11:30am Contact: Walter Kubiak 0412 359 973 Joanna Karow 0423 665 367

Auction: Saturday 12th April @ 12:00noon Inspect: Wednesday 5:30 - 6:00pm & Saturday 1:30 - 2:00pm Contact: Tim Retallack 0419 391 804

DANDENONG 3/10 Olive Street NEW LISTING

THEY DON’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS! With only 3 units on the block you can be assured privacy here! Featuring 2 large bedrooms both with double mirrored robes, gas cooking, large lounge room with separate dining area plus ducted heating and cooling. Outside you will find an enclosed yard & a lock up garage. This is the perfect opportunity for first home buyers or investors so be sure to book an inspection today.

DOVETON 61 Kidds Road

COME CHECK THIS BEAUTY OUT! Settled in a quiet street and backing onto the Myuna Farm this property will make a perfect investment with a great rental return (currently tenanted). Featuring 3 bedrooms, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, large low maintance backyard & car accommodation plus room for tool storage.

NEW LISTING

For Sale: Buyers Over $300,000 Inspect: Wednesday 5:30 - 6:00pm & Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Contact: Walter Kubiak 0412 359 973 Vitaliy Shtohrin 0468 370 941

ENDEAVOUR HILLS 11 Erica Close BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME, DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY OR GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY. This Solid Built, (one owner) Brick Veneer Family Home is the envy of the street. Comprises of 3 spacious bedrooms with built in robes, generous bathroom, Timber kitchen with adjoining meals area and large lounge room. Sitting pretty on a larger than normal, 732m2 block, which is perfect for future development. Concept plans for future development are available on request.

IS THIS THE BEST? This spacious two storey residence has everything to offer. The interior has been designed with exemplary flair & elegance. Comprises: an expansive living room ideal for formal entertaining with an open fireplace & home theatre, large formal dining + a separate more relaxed open plan family living room with adjoining open plan kitchen with a lot of extras, a large study & an extra size master bedroom with full ensuite. An enormous private courtyard provides a wonderful space for alfresco entertainment with a wet bar.

For Sale: $350,000+ Inspect: Saturday 1:00-1:30pm Contact: Robert Fernandez 0419 325 302

For Sale: $690,000+ Inspect: By Appointment Contact: Carina Cigna 0410 027 281

ENDEAVOUR HILLS 20 Rhonda Close

NEW LISTING

HALLAM 1/57 Kays Avenue WHAT AN ABSOLUTE RIPPER! Fantastic home in a quiet court location close to Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre with lovely established gardens. Home consists of 3 bedrooms, L shape lounge/dining, kitchen with stainless steel cooker and heaps of cupboards and an air conditioned family room. Double brick garage and ducted heating are added bonuses.

AFFORDABLE & READY TO ENJOY! Don’t miss out on viewing this spacious, open plan living 2 bdrm unit. Solidly constructed & immaculately presented & superbly designed. Others features include; 2 bdrms (main with WIR); open plan kitchen/dining/living area; updated bathroom; separate toilet; reverse cycle A/C/heater for year round comfort; roller shutters; pergola; single lock up garage & landscaped private rear yard. Brilliant location offers access within only 2 minutes to Monash Freeway, South Gippsland Highway & choice of either Hallam or Dandenong Train Station.

For Sale: $380,000-$410,000 Inspect: Thursday 6:00-6:30pm Contact: Gary Andrews 0400 250 075

For Sale: $260,000 - $290,000 Inspect: Saturday 2:00 - 2:30pm Contact: Joanna Karow 0423 665 367

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DOVETON 50 Scarlet Drive

For Sale: Buyers over $320,000 Inspect: Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Contact: Leigh Hall 0401 408 580 Vitaliy Shtohrin 0468 370 941

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Contact Agent - Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60 days Wednesday 4.30-5 pm & Saturday 11-11:30 am Photo ID required Ari Oinonen 0402 349 644

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Contact Agent - Terms 10% deposit, balance 30/60 days Thursday 4-4:30 pm & Saturday 2-2:30pm Photo ID required Colin Kitney 0419 510 740

DANDENONG 58 Everitt Street

DANDENONG 2/80 King George Parade

Located in the Metro Village Estate this beauty has a potential return of $350pw. Incl. study, generous size BR with BIR’s, private c/yard, garage with r/c panel door, off street parking, security alarm, intercom, d/washer & split system a/c.

Approx. 4 yrs old, 2 on a block & No Active Body Corp. Master BR with ensuite, wwc, 900 mm upright cooker + oven, d/washer, water tank connected to toilets, deck, remote garage with additional parking, d/h, cooling & alarm.

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Friday 28th March at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE $340,000 + INSPECT Wednesday 5-5.30 pm & Saturday

PRICE GUIDE $349,000 + INSPECT Thursday 5:00-5:30 pm & Saturday

1-1.30 pm Photo ID required CONTACT Yasantha De Silva 0432 805 336

CONTACT Yasantha De Silva 0432 805 336

ENDEAVOUR HILLS 2 Satterley Close

DANDENONG 3/17 Bess Court

Excellent floor plan, 2 living areas, formal dining, large kitchen & huge master BR with ensuite. Pergola, recently renovated bathrooms, toilets, laundry & polished floors are certainly adding value to the home on a land size of 570m2 (approx.)

Immaculate unit leased to great tenants with no contract. Incl. 2 sep living areas, huge kitchen with s/steel appliances, dishwasher, BIR’s, d/h, evap cooling, high ceilings, r/c garage with internal access, additional car space & storage shed.

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PRICE GUIDE $380,000 + INSPECT By appointment Photo ID required CONTACT Yasantha De Silva 0432 805 336

PRICE GUIDE $340,000 + INSPECT by appointment Photo ID required CONTACT Silvana Lakic 0412 241 888

PROUDLY SERVICING: • Endeavour Hills • Doveton • Hallam

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19 Silverton Drive NOBLE PARK NORTH

17/43-47 Doveton Avenue 11/43-47 Doveton Avenue EUMEMMERRING EUMEMMERRING

124 Buckley Street NOBLE PARK

58 Hornsby Street DANDENONG

23/27-29 Golden Grove SPRINGVALE SOUTH

8/8 Leonard Avenue DANDENONG

4 Suzanne Street NOBLE PARK

1/22 Burrows Avenue DANDENONG

22 Simon Avenue NOBLE PARK

12 Kernot Crescent NOBLE PARK NORTH

7/43-47 Doveton Avenue 6/20-22 Blissington Street EUMEMMERRING SPRINGVALE

4/11 Ambrie Crescent 28/43-47 Doveton Avenue NOBLE PARK EUMEMMERRING

61 Elonera Road NOBLE PARK NORTH

6 Turnball Court CARRUM DOWNS

24 Teal Court DANDENONG NORTH

5 Apollo Court KEYSBOROUGH

64 Ascot Drive NOBLE PARK NORTH

2 Clarence Avenue KEYSBOROUGH

13 Domain Drive KEYSBOROUGH

2/5 Crescent Street NOBLE PARK

84 Chandler Road NOBLE PARK

56 Fillmore Road DANDENONG NORTH

3 Toongabbie Court KEYSBOROUGH

33 St James Avenue SPRINGVALE

2/6 Jasper Street NOBLE PARK

80 Heyington Crescent NOBLE PARK NORTH

81 Ellendale Road NOBLE PARK

4/68-70 Callander Road NOBLE PARK

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1/ 320 Cheltenham Road

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KEYSBOROUGH 53 Princeton Drive Grand Living in the Keys Estate on 670m2 (approx) This beautiful double storey Metricon home has a generous open floor plan allowing plenty of space in every facet. This home has everything - a remote controlled double garage, spacious formal lounge/dining, bright 2nd open family living & a pristine kitchen. Outdoors boasts a picturesque outdoor entertaining area with an extra solid timber decking area. Upstairs is a haven with its large open gallery/retreat area, elegant modern bathroom, 3 BDRs with BIRs including MSTR with WIR, en suite & a balcony. Words don’t fully describe what is on offer, so make sure you call today!

Tuesday 25th March at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$700,000+ Sat 12 - 12:30pm Photo ID required Ben Nguyen 0404 66 44 66 Keysborough 8769 1888

KEYSBOROUGH 1 Kirribilli Avenue Fabulous Prospects, Fantastic Position When you come across a blank canvas like this charming home in such a stellar location with schools, parks and shops all at hand, you’ll know you have made the right decision. With a huge garage and extensive carport, dual rear and secure yards, an L-shaped living and dining, air conditioning, ducted heating, three bedrooms as well as a flow through kitchen, it simply screams value. Whether you want to move in yourself, renovate/restore or lease out, they’re all great choices and will be prosperous for your future. Don’t miss out on this exceptionally located home in a great neighbourhood. Call today!

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Tuesday 25th March at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE

$370,000+

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Wed 6:15 - 6:45pm & Sat 11:30am - 12pm Photo ID required

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Sam Rusli 0435 910 389 Chee-ky Dunlop 0422 910 881 Keysborough 8769 1888

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• Springvale • Endeavour Hills • Dingley • Waterways

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Safe and Extra Secure with so much to offer If you’re looking for a well planned home that has so much room for the family, this is the one! The spacious living flows into the dining and is a perfect spot for family gatherings. Meals can be prepared in the gorgeous kitchen with newly installed stove & oven. The three BDRs are tucked away and best of all is the rear undercover alfresco.

Prestige and Prominence all packed in one! With its exceptional location, slight elevation to sit above the rest plus its gorgeous internals - this is a dream come true! Boasting dual living areas, tiled floors, an extravagant open dining with living & bar, 3 zoned BDRs + a huge yard with undercover alfresco, 3 car garage all on a block size of 715m2 (approx) & you’ll want this to be yours forever.

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Tuesday 18th March at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

NOBLE PARK 14 Langold Court

$380,000+ As advertised or by appointment Photo ID required Janina Ksiezycka 0422 991 439, Nalaka Weerakoon 0414 445 403

$410,000+ Sat 12:30 - 1pm Photo ID required Nalaka Weerakoon 0414 445 403

NOBLE PARK 55 Gatcum Court Modern Cut with Traditional Quality & Potential Sitting on a sizeable block of 690m2 (approx) this home has potential for development (STCA). It’s positioned perfectly in a quiet court in a great neighbourhood so close to schools, shops & has quick access to main thoroughfares. This solid home will make you smile with delight.

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Tuesday 18th March at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$430,000+ As advertised or by appointment Photo ID required Janina Ksiezycka 0422 991 439

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$330,000+ Sat 1:30 - 2pm Photo ID required Nalaka Weerakoon 0414 445 403

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SPRINGVALE SOUTH 1 Cleary Street

NOBLE PARK 40 Mather Road Sturdy Family Home – Great Location! This well presented BV home will appeal on your first inspection. Special features include; 3 spacious BDRs, new carpets throughout, a large separate family room overlooking the backyard & a formal lounge. If you’re a car buff then the ample sized garage should accommodate your prized possessions with plenty of room for at least another 4 cars.

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Tuesday 18th March at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE INSPECT CONTACT

$360,000+ Sat 11 - 11:30am Photo ID required Daniel Pepperell 0418 105 105, Tim Stickley 0409 215 540

NOBLE PARK 15 Crescent Street Positioned on a block of 918m2 (approx) with great potential for development (STCA), this well maintained home will impress. Featuring: 5 large BDRs, bright open lounge, central kitchen, good size family area & a large double lockup garage.

A5 B2 C 2 E2 Tuesday 1st April at 5pm (unless sold prior) PRICE GUIDE $480,000+ INSPECT Sat 1 - 1:30pm Photo ID required CONTACT Janina Ksiezycka 0422 991 439

KEYSBOROUGH 22 Isaac Road Location is always your number asset when buying a property and this home could not be better positioned. Boasting solid timber floors, a good size living, an open modern feel kitchen, 3 BDRs plus a fresh feel bathroom with spa & bungalow at the rear - this has the works!

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Your Blank Canvas Awaits Calling all renovators, investors & first home buyers - a great opportunity is available now for all you wannabe ‘Blockers & Renovators’. Whether to renovate to live or for a fantastic return on investment, here is your chance. Comprising 3 BDRs, good size lounge, original kitchen & bath, plenty of room at the rear, it’s up to you to add value to this gem.

Tuesday 1st April at 5pm (unless sold prior)

Tuesday 8th April at 5pm (unless sold prior)

PRICE GUIDE $390,000+ INSPECT Wed 5:30 - 5:45 & Sat 1:10 - 1:30pm CONTACT Mehmet Atesel 0419 333 553

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$330,000+ Sat 11 - 11:30am Photo ID required Chien Le 0403 342 809

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Private, perfect and ready for a new owner. Set at the front, this detached villa unit with own driveway is only moments from the railway station and all the major amenities in Central Dandenong. This renovated unit will appeal to first home buyers, investors or those downsizing. It comprises two light-filled bedrooms with built-in robes, open plan living/dining area, good-sized kitchen, gas heating, split level air conditioner, new laminated floors, absolutely private and landscaped rear yard and a lock-up garage. Live in or invest and reap the benefits, with everything at your door step, it will not last long.

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Expressions Of Interest

L. J. HOOKER, NOBLE PARK, 9546 1888

Allison Grant 0417 377 307 allison.grant@raywhite.com raywhite.com | 9547 0000

5/10 PICKET STREET

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Auction $380,000+

3 Bed Villa on huge land!

Auction $260,000+

Ready to move into, this fantastic home offers 5 beds, 2 baths, 2 living areas, updated kitchen, heating, cooling, single carport and more! With all the amenities only minutes away including, buses, schools, Parkmore Shopping centre and Eastlink freeway, the location alone is enough to attract anyone.

In Room Wed 12th Mar 6:30pm Sandown Regency, 477 Princes Hwy, Noble Park

Front villa of only 2, this classic yesteryear style has the makings of real beauty. Well presented throughout and features separate lounge/dining, modern kitchen, gas appliances, 3 beds with robes and central modern bathroom. Single carport. Large parcel of land on title giving loads of opportunity & potential for people with big ideas!

In Room Wed 12th Mar 6:30pm Sandown Regency, 477 Princes Hwy, Noble Park

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View Sat & Wed 11-11:30am Jaymee Le 0416 336 902 jaymee.le@raywhite.com raywhite.com | 9547 0000

View Wedy & Sat 12-12.30pm Jesse Roberts 0402 569 427 jesse.roberts@raywhite.com raywhite.com | 9547 0000

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Nicholls Gledhill ‘The Terrace Shopping Centre’ 2 Raymond McMahon Blvd, Endeavour Hills Vic 3802 email: info@nichollsgledhill.com.au Ph. 9700 7888 Ah. 0417 322 964

REAL ESTATE SALES REP. EXPERIENCED LOCAL NEGOTIATOR WANTED IMMEDIATELY TO JOIN ENDEAVOUR HILLS LONGEST SERVING LOCAL AGENCY Contact Harry Nicholls 9700 7888 (0417 322 964)

DANDENONG

Everything you should know about selling your home... For some people selling a home can be a worrying and confusing time. After 50 years in the business we understand your concern, so we’ve prepared a list of our most frequently asked questions, including . . . u What is the current state of the local market? u What is my property really worth? u How should I prepare my home? u How long will it take to sell? u What do I pay the agent? u What about advertising? u How important is photography? u What is a Vendor’s Statement (Section 32)? u What is the ‘Cooling Off Period’? u Should I have a ‘For Sale’ board out the front? u How do people inspect my home? u What is an ‘Exclusive Sale Authority’?

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11 Ann Street LIFE A LUXURIOUS LIFESTYLE IN CENTRAL DANDENONG These luxurious one and two bedroom apartments offer options that are superbly fitted out with a stunning interior design that compliments the landmark external design. Located in Central Dandenong with Dandenong High School, Dandenong North Primary School, Dandenong Hospital, Market, Chisholm TAFE Dandenong Campus, shops, public transport and a multitude of attractive amenities Dandenong has to offer, these apartments will not disappoint. Offering comfort and convenience, Ann Residence boasts kitchen and lounge areas, air conditioning and heating, Caesar stone bench top and stainless steel kitchen appliances.

Vincent Djuang

0411 363 322

Travis Chong

0433 409 764

Jerry Wu

0402 741 611

Mars Salazar

0431 400 889

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Located in Hallam and positioned on approximately 650sqm of land stands this 4 bedroom home containing 2 studies, 3 bathrooms and a double lock up garage. The master bedroom encompasses 2 WIR’s and full ensuite containing a spa bath; bedrooms two and three have BIR’s and direct access to the second bathroom and bedroom four has its own WIR, split system air conditioning and ensuite. There is ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout the entire property. The kitchen, with walk in pantry, overhead cupboards and shelves for storage, six gas burner hotplates, two fridge spaces, grill hot plate, deep fryer and S/S appliances, and overlooks the family meals area. This living zone is lined with floating floorboards and leads out onto the covered decking. The rear yard of the property features a pool, spa, sauna, sink, shed and water tank. At the side of the property there is accommodation for trailers or extra vehicles accessible via the second of two driveways. Call to inspect today!

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Three-bedroom houses in middle Melbourne increased in median price by almost six per cent, to $581,100, in the most recent December quarter the report showed. Four-bedroom houses in middle Melbourne also experienced gains, with the median price increasing by 4.3 per cent to $772,000 for the quarter. By comparison, three-bedroom houses in inner Melbourne grew by only 2.3 per cent for the quarter.

The latest median price analysis by the Real Estate Institute of Victoria by house size and suburb shows homes in Melbourne’s central suburbs reigned supreme in the latest quarter. New REIV home data released recently shows three and four-bedroom houses in the middle suburbs were far and away the most sought-after as 2013 drew to a close. Investors and owner occupiers will benefit most from the new figures which provide detailed analysis of the Melbourne residential real estate market.

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Shop 24, 166 Somerville Road HAMPTON PARK

www.stockdaleleggo.com.au/cranbourne www.stockdaleleggo.com.au/narrewarren

Level 1, 124 Exhibition Street Melbourne 3000 9652 9652 | s8property.com Michael Cementon 0418 329 357

358 South Rd, Moorabbin 3189 9559 3888 | nicholscrowder.com.au Matt Nichols 0418 186 488 Seamus Bolst 0409 230 224

KnightFrank.com.au For Sale by EOI closing Thursday, 27 March at 4pm

Development Site in Sought After Location 142-144 Frankston-Dandenong Rd, Dandenong South

7,231sqm*

• Site Area: 7,231sqm* • 1,646sqm* older style refurbished building • 50 metre* frontage to Frankston-Dandenong Road • 2 existing cross overs • Excellent retail/industrial development opportunity (STCA)

82 Central Park Way Cranbourne West Perfection At Its Finest

A4 B2 C2

Everywhere you turn, you will be impressed, this 4 BR beauty has two living areas with an endless list of features: * Updated Kitchen & bathrooms * Ensuite & WIR to master, built in robes to remaining BR’s * Minutes to schools, train, bus & shops * Outdoor Entertaining offering a private indoor/outdoor feel * Ducted Heating & Split system & solar panels * Low maintenance, picturesque gardens * Internal access from double garage with remote convenience

FIXED DATE SALE Closes Tuesday 25th March 6pm (if not sold prior) Price

Buyers Over $370,000

Agent

Kate Linden 0417 525 437

Shop 2 & 3, 207 South Gippsland Highway, 5 Webb Street, Cranbourne. 5996 1444 Narre Warren. 9704 9899 22 DANDENONG JOURNAL Monday, 10 March, 2014

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03 8545 8600 Adrian Garvey 0419 549 951 Luke Crozier 0423 414 100 George Linn 0401 949 324 Building 1, 540 Springvale Road, Glen Waverley View at KnightFrank.com.au/1432936 *Approx

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COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL

T 03 9793 4455 faceyindustrial.com.au 6 Clow Street, Dandenong VIC 3175

FACEY, A HOUSEHOLD NAME For the best part of a century, Facey has been a business synonymous with real estate in Dandenong since founder Frank Facey opened for business in Lonsdale Street in 1917. Facey Industrial Commercial is a specialist industrial commercial agency that has been servicing the greater Dandenong region since the mid1980s. As clients have grown, so has the business, which always kept grounded in traditions that made the business a part of Dandenong. By the same token, the company is aware of future directions and the benefits of growing and broadening knowledge and skills. The Facey sales and leasing team strives to maintain harmony in all of its activities. To capitalise on this, there is a perfect blend of youthful enthusiasm with mature experience. Facey Owners Corp is a recent addition to the company’s client services. It has organically grown from small factory unit developments to large neighbourhood shopping centres and even now including the Dandenong hub. The team’s aim is to help clients capture, create and retain value in all of their property dealings by utilising experience and expertise. Facey Industrial Commercial boasts an extensive database of owners, purchasers and tenants supported by comprehensive commercial marketing and customer service. The agency benefits from two hands-on working directors - Josh Kendall and Mark Bond.

Auction 27 March 2014 @ 2:00pm on site 57-59 Enterprise Avenue, Berwick

Strong Investment In Every Sense! COME SEE THE TEAM AT FACEY INDUSTRIAL FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS. Mr Kendal says, “We are proud of our commitment to achieving the best results for our clients and we are continuously monitoring our performance to ensure that we exceed expectations.” “Our property management team continues to grow and Facey Industrial Commercial is pleased to have retained such strength in this vital part of our business by engaging experienced team members with extensive knowledge of the changing property environment.”

Facey Industrial Commercial offers genuine advice backed up by a wealth of local knowledge and an impressive track record of extensive and leasing transactions. The team is committed to providing innovative solutions to every client’s property needs. Visit 6 Clow Street, Dandenong, or call 9793 4455 for more information. Alternatively, visit www.faceyindustrial.com.au.

• New Lease renewed of 3 x 3 years commences 01/06/14 with rental of $55,500 net PA • 111m2 office, 542m2 warehouse • Excellent warehouse 8M springing height • Includes 3.2 Tonne full width crane Terms:

10% deposit, balance 60 days

Facey:

Matt Rice 0419 871 240 Matt O’Dea 0448 566 556

*All measurements are approximate

Sales • Leasing

• Property Management

NOW LEASING STAGE 2 RETAIL SPACE in the new Royal Children’s Hospital EXCITING NEW RETAIL PRECINCT zVarious sizes available to suit a variety of businesses: 

XFashion / Childrens Wear XBooks XGifts XToys & games XBeauty / Hairdresser XTravel agent XMobile phone sales

For leasing information contact the exclusive agents: Commercial Property Services P/L. Rogan Ward 0418 343 939 - cpsward@bigpond.com Brett Ward 0419 504 272 - brettcps@gmail.com Diana Ward 0418 329 438 - dianacps@bigpond.com

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Suite 1, Level 3 54 - 58 Wells Street, Frankston, VIC, 3199

XMedical clinic

ENQUIRE TODAY ON THIS UNIQUE RETAIL OPPORTUNITY!

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NEW HOMES & LAND

HAVEN FOR FINE HOMES It includes a theatre room, study and rumpus room, a spacious family and meals area that leads to a covered outdoor area. The range starts from $284,400. Fairhaven’s Sorrento 328 is a 32.8 square, single storey, four bedroom home with two bathrooms and a double garage. It also features a formal lounge and entertainer’s kitchen opening onto covered outdoor area. This range starts at $224,400. Finally, the Bridgewater Riverview 266 is a 26.6 square, single storey, four bedroom home with rumpus room, master bedroom with walk-in wardrobes, walk-in pantry, large family and meals area which opens onto covered outdoor area. The Riverview range starts from $170,400. The current Elite Inclusions on offer for the Fairhaven range means that luxury is standard. Just some of the features included with the standard pricing are flooring, ducted heating, Colorbond roofing, kitchen stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances, a range of architraves, skirting, tapware and door furniture. The Getting Started promotion for the Bridgewater range provides Colorbond roofing, ducted heating, flooring, stone bench tops to kitchen, stainless steel appliances, soft close drawers included as standard. The opening of the new displays at Berwick

Waters Estate and Casiana Grove now means that Fairhaven Homes has 14 of its homes open to view throughout Melbourne’s south-east. Ambrosia Estate, Parks Edge Estate, Waterford Rise, Casiana Grove and now Berwick Waters estate are all open seven days a week from 11am to 5pm. Berwick Waters Display Homes is at 56-60 Flowerbloom Crescent, Clyde North. Phone 0419 319 509. Casiana Grove Display Homes is now open at 11 Red Maple Drive, Cranbourne West. Phone 0400 569 480. Alternatively visit www.fairhavenhomes.com. au for more information.

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The latest Fairhaven Homes Display Centre at Berwick Waters estate is now open. It showcases the latest designs from the Fairhaven and Bridgewater ranges. - The Breamlea 504 is a 50.4 sqaure home with five bedrooms each with its own ensuite. It includes three living areas plus study/guest room. The master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and stunning ensuite. The large kitchen and family area leads to a covered outdoor area and there is a double garage. It is priced at $360,900. - The Waratah 339 is a 33.9 square home. It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double garage, a study plus a rumpus and a theatre room and a large covered outdoor area for entertaining. It is priced at $228,900. - The Clovelly 276 is a 27.6 square home. It has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a double garage, two separate living areas, an open plan kitchen and family room opening to covered outdoor area. It is priced at $173,900. Casiana Grove in Cranbourne is one of the latest in Fairhaven Homes’s amazing range of displays open now for home buyers to experience. Two designs out of the Fairhaven range and one from the Bridgewater range are on display for viewing. The Fairhaven Queenscliff 416 is a 41.6 square, two storey, four bedroom home which features two bathrooms and a double garage.

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Located excellently close to schools, public transport, major road arteries, this may be the home you have been looking to purchase. No more to spend, move in straight away it features three good-sized rooms with built-in robes, separate living dining, updated kitchen and fully renovated bathroom, tiled throughout, rooms been carpeted, fresh coat of paint throughout with a split air-conditioner to the lounge, double carport, low maintenance gardens. Corner block with fantastic street appeal, what more can you ask for in this sought- after location. Inspection is sure to impress you.

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MOVE UP TO BOTANIC RIDGE

Voted the third most “bulletproof” investment suburb in Melbourne by the Australian Property Investor Magazine, the secret is out. Time is of the essence to secure your large lot in a premium established community before this rare opportunity disappears forever. A gateway suburb to the Mornington Peninsula, Botanic Ridge’s outlook is now even better with its proximity to proposed new local shops, schools, community and sporting facilities. With the latest stage release now selling from $211,000, don’t delay as your opportunity to move up to Botanic Ridge won’t last.

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SALES OFFICE Open Hours Mon to Friday 9-5, Sat & Sun 12-5 233 Smiths Lane (Cnr Browns Rd) Botanic Ridge 3977

This material has been prepared with care and believed to be correct at the time of printing, however it is an indicative guide only. All information is subject to change without notice at the vendor’s absolute discretion and cannot form part of any offer or contract. The vendor reserves the right to presell, release and withhold certain packages from sale at any time. 1122969-KC11-14 DJ

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DISPLAY & LAND

LOCATOR BOTANIC RIDGE

CRANBOURNE

LEEDERVILLE BOTANIC RIDGE Cnr Pearcedale & Browns Roads Melway ref: 137 A2

Open 12-5pm Sat-Thurs

PHONE 9785 9339 www.botanicridge.com.au

CRANBOURNE NORTH

CRANBOURNE EAST

3 HOMES ON DISPLAY NEW DISPLAYS NOW OPEN Crepe Avenue, Casiana Gve Cranbourne (Mel ref: 133 B7)

CALL 1300 SJDHOMES

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28 & 30 Prendergast Avenue Cranbourne East. Melway ref: 134 E7

65 Prendergast Avenue, Cranbourne East (Melway ref: 134 E7)

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149-150 Prendergast Avenue Cranbourne East Melway Ref: 134 E7 Open 7 days, 11.00am – 5.00 pm

Sat - Sun 11am - 5pm

1300 789 984

CALL: 13 13 63 parksedge.com.au

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Land Sales Centre Open daily from 11am to 5pm

Cnr Westernport Highway & Hall Road, Cranbourne West (Melway ref: 132 H5)

1715 Thompsons Rd, Cranbourne North Melway ref: 130 G9

1 Settlers Run, Cranbourne South Melway ref: 133 C11

Sales Office Now Open 7 Days 12pm - 5pm

32-34 Pegasus Road Cranbourne West Melway Ref: 132 J4 Open 7 days, 11.00am – 5.00pm

1800 882 998

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CRANBOURNE EAST

PHONE 9785 6788

PHONE: 5995 3223 www.ambrosialiving.com.au

03 9704 4050

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CRYSTAL WATERS Only 30 minutes from Berwick Huge 1000m2 + Blocks Blocks from $145,000 House & Land packages available Land Sales Office Open Mon-Fri 9-5pm, Sat 9-11am 6 Victoria Street, Warragul

PH: 5622 0800 0400 526 257

www.settlersrun.com.au

www.crystalwatersdrouin.com.au AT CASEY

NARRE WARREN

NARRE WARREN 70-78 Vesper Drive Narre Warren Melway Ref: 110 B4 Open 7 days, 11.00am – 5.00pm

03 9704 4040

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AFFORDABLE BOUTIQUE LIVING Cardinia Road, Officer Melway ref: 215 C7

PHONE 1300 97 62 64 www.cardiniavillage.com.au

3 HOMES ON DISPLAY

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NARRE WARREN SOUTH

GRANDVUE NORTH SIDE

35-39 Grandvue Boulevard, Officer Melway ref: 215 3D

Princes Highway, Officer Melway 215 E4 Sales Office Open 7 Days 11am - 5pm

CALL 1300 SJDHOMES

PHONE: 1300 737 851

NEW DISPLAYS NOW OPEN

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KIMBERLEY DOWNS ESTATE STAGE 9B – 18 LARGE LOTS Ranging in size from 606m2 to 845m2 Title Release Sept 2013 Quiet, Private and Secluded. The Kimberley Downs Land office is located at: The corner of The Esplanade and Glasscocks Road, Narre Warren South.

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13 Edenbrook Circuit, Pakenham Melway Ref: 215 H10

27-29 Silkwood Drive Warragul Melway Ref: X912 V7 Open 7 days, 11.00am – 5.00pm

Open Sat - Wed 11am - 5pm

PH: 13 13 63

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FLAT ALLOTMENTS Corner of Normanby Street and Stoddarts Road, Warragul Clark

5623 6466 www.clarkfn.com.au

0400 569 480

TO ADVERTISE IN OUR DISPLAY HOME & LAND LOCATOR, PLEASE PHONE

5945 0666

Open weekends 1-4pm For further details please go to www.kimberleydowns.com.au

OR CONTACT MONIQUE 0419 119 719 Roger Davis Pty Ltd Suite 1, 624 Ferntree Gully Rd Cnr Brandon Park Dve, Wheelers Hill

PHONE: 9560 5000

AMBROSIA ESTATE FORTUNA CRESCENT CRANBOURNE WEST (MELWAYS REF 132 J7) ON DISPLAY: Sat-Wed 12-5pm The Bradford The Shoreham The Sorrento

BERWICK WATERS FLOWERBLOOM CRESCENT CLYDE NORTH (MELWAY REF 131 C8) ON DISPLAY: Sat-Wed 12-5pm The Palm Cove

CASIANA GROVE RED MAPLE DRIVE, CRANBOURNE (MELWAYS REF 133 B6) ON DISPLAY: Sat-Wed 12-5pm The Colorado

GRANDVUE ESTATE GRANDVUE BOULEVARD OFFICER (MELWAYS REF 215 D4) ON DISPLAY: Sat-Wed 12-5pm The Jamieson Lodge The Wentworth The Cottesloe

WATERFORD RISE ESTATE SILVERWOOD DRIVE WARRAGUL ON DISPLAY: Sat-Wed 12-5pm The Hawthorn

1300 PREMIER OPEN SAT-WED 12-5pm

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GET IN QUICK FOR YOUR CHANCE AT AMBROSIA Going, going.. almost gone! Limited blocks remain in Ambrosia’s final stage release. The superbly planned community of Ambrosia is nearing completion with the final stage release now selling fast. Located just outside the township of Cranbourne, blocks of land are being snapped up quickly. Modern living at its best, Ambrosia is surrounded by parks, tennis courts, bowls club and football fields and a future shopping centre. Residents can stroll through the on-site park and the future wetlands, which are due to be completed later this year. Ambrosia’s friendly community is perfect for families as it has childcare facilities nearby and a local primary school due for completion in 2016. Public transport is easily accessible with bus stops and Merinda Park train station close by, making commuting to Melbourne a breeze. Secure your perfect block at Ambrosia quickly by contacting the land sales office on 5995 3223 or visit ambrosialiving.com.au

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Ben Jusufi 0406 026 542

Endeavour Hills 9708 0555 57b Heatherton Road

Endeavour Hills 4 Reynolds Court

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Ben Jusufi 0406 026 542 Endeavour Hills 9708 0555 57b Heatherton Road

• Separate Driveways, with no Body Corporate • Centrally Located • Neat and Private Units Auction Contact Agent Saturday 22nd of March 2:00PM On Site View Saturday 10:00AM - 10:20AM

Ben Jusufi 0406 026 542

Dandenong 9793 4833 20 Langhorne St

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.

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BENCHMARK KEYSBOROUGH LUXURY Brilliantly executed in a premier address, this immaculately presented 5 bedroom residence has been implemented to the highest standards immaculate finishing and exceptional family accommodation. Sophisticated, elegant and refined, the detail is evident throughout the home and the perfect balance of formal, casual and entertainment areas are achieved across the multiple levels. The central kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances. The home also boasts 2 bathrooms plus a powder room. Four exceptional living areas include a stunning light filled, open plan living and dining room, meals area, a huge rumpus room and an upstairs retreat. The master bedroom

boasts a grand ensuite and walk in robe while the remaining large bedrooms all have built in robes. The gardens have been landscaped in keeping with the homeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s high standards and the fantastic solar and gas heated pool means entertaining family and friends this summer would be a dream. Appointed to a rare level of luxury, this stunning home features a double remote garage, gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling, video intercom, ducted vacuum, home theatre system and much much more! Positioned nearby to Coomoora Primary, Keysborough Secondary and just up the road from public transport and Parkmore Shopping Centre, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s close to all of your needs.

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Steven Garipian 0431 446 737 Robert Di Petta 0402 528 948 LJ Hooker Rowville 9764 0011 Suites 11 & 12, 7 Fulham Road, Rowville 3178

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Terms – 10% deposit balance 30/60 Days Jeff Phillips 0417 010 058

Open for inspection Saturdays 11.30 - 12.00

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Drouin 29-31 Princes Way

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Inspection call Graham on 0418 329 608

Noble Park 9546 1888

AUCTION

Saturday 15th March @ 11.00am on site Mathew Court Drouin, off Oddy Street

Terms 10% deposit, balance 60 days

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3 bedroom brick veneer home with a bungalow at the rear. Offering large dining, separate kitchen, polished floors, gas appliances on a 546m2 (approx) block. Currently tenanted on a periodic tenancy. Ideal first home or investment. Auction Sat 29 Mar 1.30pm View Saturday 2.00-2.30

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Auction onsite 11.00am Saturday 12th April 2014 In conjunction with Terms: 10% deposit

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An impeccably presented contemporary home situated and designed to capture the spectacular Mountain Views from across the 55 acres of grazing farmland. A home with 3 spacious living areas plus study and a large studio (3 bedrooms with impressive master bedroom). Internal construction using rammed earth and timber adds to the country character. Hilly and volcanic soils with excellent farm sheds and cattle infrastructure.

Spacious lounge/dining with cathedral ceiling, 2 good size bedrooms, functional kitchen, central bathroom, separate laundry & toilet, new floating floor boards, freshly painted, solid fuel heater, aircon, lock up garage & private court yard. Auction Sat 15 Mar 1.30pm View Thursday 5.00-5.30 & Saturday 1.00-1.30

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Noble Park 2 Jessie Street

Springvale South 18 Springfield Drive

This 3 bedroom home on a large block, approximately 542m2, includes gas ducted heating, split system air con, spacious kitchen, dining & lounge, large backyard with bungalow which has water and electricity connected. Auction Sat 12 Apr 12.00pm View Saturday 12.00-12.30

Great place to start a family with this 4 bedroom home located minutes to all amenities. Light filled lounge, ducted heating, gas appliances, plenty of yard space plus a self contained one bedroom bungalow! Auction Sat 12 Apr 1.30pm View Saturday 12.00-12.30

Noble Park 9546 1888

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Noble Park 4 Michelle Court

Noble Park 3 & 4/1 Avon Street

Affordable opportunity. 3 bedroom home on a decent 544m2 (approx) land. Needs work & a little bit of TLC. Offering spacious lounge, seperate dining, large kitchen with meals area, a central bathroom, seperate toilet & laundry. For Sale Offers over $320,000 View Thursday 5.00-5.30 & Saturday 2.00-2.30

These architect designed 2 & 3 bedroom townhouses are about to be built. Buy now & avail the $10,000 first home buyer grant & take advantage of the huge stamp duty savings by buying off the plan. Call today to view the plans & the inclusion list in the office. For Sale From $369,000

Noble Park 9546 1888

Noble Park 9546 1888

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Hampton Park 61 Ormond Road

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Red Hot Off The Press!!!

Four bedroom home features large rumpus/ games room, ducted heating, split system cooling, ducted vacuum system, high ceilings, quality light fittings, fully equipped laundry, landscaped front and rear gardens, remote controlled four vehicle garage with mechanics work bench. For Sale $590,000 Plus Buyers Zed 0432 797 384

This well presented three bedroom home comprises of - formal living area, family/ meals area, hostess kitchen with breakfast bar, gas wall heating and air conditioner, single carport with roller door, outdoor entertaining area as well as low maintenance gardens with rear garden shed. For Sale $295,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday 1:40-2:00pm Liron 0425 776 622

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Lovely 21sq four bedroom home - formal lounge, hostess kitchen, family meals area, refrigerated heating and cooling, carpets and tiles, vertical blinds, down lights and internal access from the double remote garage with an added benefit of rear roller door access. For Sale $395,000+ View Saturday 10.30-10.50am Liron 0425 776 622

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Four bedroom family home - formal dining, hostess kitchen, meals and family area, theatre room, huge retreat upstairs, tiled spa, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ducted vacuum, feature walls, a guest room downstairs, double remote garage with rear roller door access and much more.

Three bedroom home on a huge block size of 699m2 with possibility to build a unit or townhouse STCA. Features - lounge and another separate family/meals area overlooking the kitchen, carport/pergola as well as the bonus of an in ground pool and spa.

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For Sale $250,000+ Liron 0425 776 622

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Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Four bedroom family home - formal lounge, hostess kitchen with stainless steel appliances, family meals area, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, a wall air conditioner, carpets and tiles, neutral toning’s throughout, a pergola with a bar, a double garage and an added feature of side access. For Sale $370,000+ Zed 0432 797 384

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Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

This conventional single storey detached house is positioned in a well-established residential neighbourhood with plans and permit approved for three units - double story townhouse at the front of the property with an individual driveway and two, three bedroom units at the back.

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Buy this brand new home with all the extras included and there’s no progress payments either, what an awesome package which most other builders will not offer. The features are endless and include the following: • NO progress payments No repayments* • House and Land Package

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.

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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.

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

For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers View Saturday & Sunday 1.00 - 3.00pm Tim 0411 989 344

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.

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ENTERTAINMENT WHAT’S ON  Rooms three and four, Paddy O’Donoghue Centre, 18-32 Buckley Street, Noble Park. Wednesday 12 March, 6pm to 8pm. Bookings to npcafinc@gmail.com, 9701 5821 or 0414 274 878.

Eat and garden FIND out more about healthy eating and community gardening at up-coming open days and workshops. Noble Park Community Centre will host a community garden open day on Sunday 16 March from 10am to 3pm and a healthy eating workshop on Wednesday 26 March from 10am to noon. There’s also a community garden open day at Dandenong Neighbourhood House on Tuesday 1 April from noon to 4pm.  Drive, Noble Park, and Dandenong Neighbourhood House, 34 King Street, Dandenong. Call 9547 5801 or 9792 5298 for more information.

Sri Lankan support KATHLEEN Keegel Children’s Fund (KKCF) is hosting a dinner dance fund-raiser in Springvale this month. The family charity with a base in Dandenong manages a children’s home and other projects to help relieve poverty in Sri Lanka. Meet Olivia, who has been running the home, and enjoy entertainment by In 2 Groove and an Eastern and Western smorgasbord. BYO drinks.  Springvale Town Hall, 397 Springvale Road, Springvale. Saturday 29 March, 7.30pm. Entry is by donation, $50 for adults and $30 for children aged four to 15. Book online at www. trybooking.com/dvge. Call Georgie Godfrey on 0403 023 949 or Peterine Smulders on 9796 9196 for more information.

Cars on show MORE than 150 Holdens will be on show in Dandenong to raise funds for the Rotary Club of Endeavour Hills next month. The annual car show at Greaves Reserve in Bennet Street will include entertainment, kids’ activities, remote control cars and food. Cars to be judged must pre-enter by 22 March. Spaces will be limited to a maximum of 150.  Sunday 6 April, from 7am for entrants and 9am to 3pm for the public. Entry is $5 for adults and free for children under 16. Visit www. rotaryendeavourhills.org. au for more information and entry forms.

Car boot and craft

THE Hemmings Street Festival in the Dandenong West shopping precinct will include activities for the whole family.  Friday 14 March, 4pm to 7pm. Hemmings Street, Dandenong.

DANDENONG Church of Christ will hold a car boot sale and craft market this weekend. There’ll be craft items, new and pre-loved goodies, tea, coffee and Devonshire teas, hamburgers, veggie burgers, a sausage sizzle, cold drinks and more. The event will raise money to help the community’s disadvantaged.  139 David Street, Dandenong (behind the medical centre, corner of Stud Road). Saturday 15 March, 8am to 2pm. Stall holders can set up from 7am. Call Roy Johnson on 9774 7226 for more information.

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SPRINGVALE Garden Club will host guest speaker Marilyn Watson this month, who’ll focus on begonias. Entry is $2 which includes supper and door prizes.  Senior Citizens Hall, The Crescent, Springvale. Wednesday 19 March. Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start. Call Cheryl Johnson on 9551 3197 for more information.

BUNNINGS Warehouse Springvale is hosting free weekend DIY throughout March. Topics include flooring, kitchen, bathroom and laundry, grow your own garden, mosaics and more.  Bunnings Warehouse Springvale, corner Dandenong and Centre roads, 849 Princes Highway, Springvale. Call 8558 7300 for specific workshop topics and times.

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OPEN Door has a fun, friendly and supportive creative writing group where participants can make new friends and brainstorm ideas.  The Open Door, 110 Ann Street, Dandenong. Thursday 13 March, 10am to noon. Bookings essential. Call Trish or Jo on 9791 8664. A gold coin donation is welcome.

AUDIENCES will be treated to the only Victorian performance of Dirtsong by the Black Arm Band at the Drum. It features mesmerising songs performed in 11 Aboriginal languages and is a musical journey through Australia’s cultural heartland against a backdrop of moving imagery and text.

Fun for the family

World premiere theatre DRUM Theatre is to host the world premiere of the Asanti Dance Theatre’s new show Mumo. It draws on the stories, myths and legends of traditional African culture through dance.  Drum Theatre, corner Lonsdale and Walker streets, Dandenong. Thursday 27 March, 8pm, and Friday 28 March, 2pm. Visit www. drumtheatre.com.au or call 8571 1666 for tickets or more information.

Diversity on screen

 Drum Theatre, corner Lonsdale and Walker streets, Dandenong. Thursday 13 March, 8pm. Visit www.drumtheatre.com.au or call 8571 1666 for tickets or more information.

CCTV in the community NOBLE Park Community Action Forum will host an event about CCTV and community engagement this month. City of Greater Dandenong’s regulatory services manager and corporate planning and engagement co-ordinator will both speak.

STORIES of cultural diversity will come to life on the big screen as part of the Greater Dandenong Film Festival. It will showcase local films and short films from across Australia as part of Cultural Diversity Week. A question and answer session with local film maker Al Mehicevic will follow the screening.  Reading Cinemas, Dandenong Plaza, Dandenong. Thursday 20 March, 7pm to 9pm. Tickets are $5. Visit www.greaterdandenong. com/filmfestival or call 8571 1666.

Open to sew ANYONE who enjoys sewing is welcome to join a small, informal, friendly group to work on sewing projects. No experience necessary.  The Open Door Dandenong, 110 Ann Street, Dandenong. Each Tuesday, 10am to noon. A suggested donation is $4. Call Trish or Jo on 9791 8664 for more information.

Fest of family sports SPORTS Fest is for anyone who plays sport, is keen to get active, or is looking for a fun family activity. The all-ages, all-abilities festival will be held at Ross Reserve in Noble Park on Sunday 16 March from 10.30am to 2.30pm. It runs alongside the Noble Park Aquatic Centre open day and will include free entry to the pool from 2pm to 5pm. Greater Dandenong Mayor Jim Memeti said the day was aimed at families with a focus on getting people active and healthy. “Sports Fest is a fantastic day out for the entire family,” he said. “Not only can you come and try a variety of sports including netball, basketball, soccer, AFL, tennis, gymnastics and hockey, but you can also get some handy tips on eating healthy.” Other activities for the day

Melbourne Tigers basketballer Owen Odigie gears up for Sports Fest at the Noble Park Aquatic Centre. 115983 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS will include a mobile skate park, CFA display, a pedal your own smoothie stand, healthy food workshops, plant your own herbs and seedlings, sports clinics, roving music and entertainment and food giveaways.

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GOLF CLUBS, 2 bags, 2 buggies, 1 bag full set, R.H, Proline graph, 1 bag assorted clubs. $350ono. 0428 977 792.

ADVERTISERS please note that advertisements in this classification must be pre-paid. DANDENONG, Uniting Church carpark, corner Scott Street and Robinson Street, Saturday 15th March, 9am-1pm. Plants, stalls, lots of bargains, sausage sizzle.

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KITCHEN STOOLS, x2, sturdy, adjustable height, arm rests, EC. $75. 0413 048 866.

LOUNGE SUITE, grey, corner unit, $150. 0408 308 488 after 6.30pm.

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Ph 9546 9587 Office Hours Mon-Sat 8am-6pm. Sunday 10am-4pm 870 Princes Highway, Springvale

DANDENONG, share house. Close to station and shops. $130pw incl bills. Ph 0470 657 082.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LAWN MOWING, Business for sale. $60,000. Pakenham, Cranbourne, Berwick and beyond. Clients, machinery and trailers included. Call Maurice 0438 415 660 or 5941 5660.

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FIRST YEAR

CURTAIN MACHINIST

Experience required. Immediate start. Full time hours. Phone Chris 0413 660 890.

Caravan & Cabin Park

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POSITIONS VACANT CARETAKER LIVE IN Mature minded, strong male with some handyman skills required as live in caretaker for mens' rooming house in Noble Park. Security experience an advantage. No drugs, prefer non-drinker. Must be familiar with rooming house life. Suit retired person. Part time wage. Phone 0412 394 334.

CASUAL WORK

HR Licence, Road Ranger and Synchro experience essential for the pickup of used tyres in Metro Melbourne and regional Victoria. We are based in Dandenong.

Phone: 9706 5443 Email resume: tyreman@entyre.com.au 1123764-LB11-14

FACTORY HAND

Distribute Catalogues in your local area. Up to $150/wk for 8-14hrs work.

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CLAYTON, $120 pw single rooms near Monash Uni, quiet guest house, mature, employed males, mature pensioners or FT students, no drugs, internet and heating. 0412 394 334.

CNC MACHINIST

Must have ability to set program and operate CNC borer and drilling machine. Full time position. Pakenham area. Please forward resume to: darren@embreyattach ments.com.au

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

Full time, 40 hours per week, duties includes cleaning, etc, heavy lifting involved, forklift licence and car licence preferred. Would suit mature person. Phone 9792 2252.

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Cashman takes the wheel By JARROD POTTER AT THE intersection of immeasurable sporting talent and niceness is one of the Dandenong District Cricket Association’s (DDCA) greats who decided to pack away the pads last week. St Mary’s Cricket Club life member Troy Cashman, 46, from North Dandenong, called it stumps on a prodigious career in the DDCA following an outright defeat at the hands of Turf 2 finalist Parkdale. With around 8000 DDCA runs to his name across 22 seasons in the competition, it makes Cashman one of the greatest to ever don the cap and play in the association. Even with four years spent plying his craft in the District set-up playing for Richmond, Cashman’s devotion has always been to St Mary’s. He believes there’s a bright future ahead for the club under new captaincoach Pete Dunlop and enough positive signs to get the club moving back

towards promotion into Turf 1. “I’m happy - we’re going in the right direction - I’m not finishing unhappy with where the club is going,” Cashman said. “I care for the club and want to see them do well - I’ve always prided the side on being a good Turf 1 side and obviously that’s waned in the last five years as we’re now in Turf 2 but these things happened. “This is a good opportunity for them to rebuild - we’re good off the field now so we can rebuild and get back into Turf 1.” He fondly remembers “that century” - his 149 not out to guide St Mary’s to a DDCA Turf 1 premiership in 2002/03 against Dandenong West, but another century - smashed against Coomoora - stands out in his mind as his best. “That’s the one that stands out chasing down a lot of runs - that’s the one that always gets talked about,”

St Marys cricketing legend Troy Cashman - with his kids Hayden, Leah and Chloe - signed off on his DDCA playing days with his retirement last weekend. 116451 Picture: JARROD POTTER Cashman said. “I reckon I made a century 22-years-ago in Turf 1 that probably was a better century cause I think we were 8/100 and we made 200 and I made 100-and-something not out and batted all the way through. “But no one would remember that one except me, and maybe a few other blokes who played that day. On top of his on-field success, St Mary’s Circket Club means the world to Cashman for the camaraderie he’s gained there throughout the years from family and friends. “Enjoyment and family participation - my parents are here all the time. My three brothers all played at

St Mary’s and my two brothers in law - so the whole family played juniors and Turf 1 at St Mary’s and a lot of my friends,” Cashman said. His legacy on the football field was just as impressive as his cricketing achievements - as Cashman is Beaconsfield’s games record holder with 371 senior games along with four senior premierships and five senior Best and Fairest awards. With him hanging up the pads now, it leaves Saturdays free and they now belong to his family - with his wife Adrienne setting Troy on driving duties to sporting events for his kids’ Hayden, Leah and Chloe. His presence at the club will be

guided towards starting a Milo IN2Cricket program at St Mary’s to help his son and other young cricketers in the area get their first chance to play the sport. “I’ve got a five-year-old boy so he’s going to do Milo Cricket next year and instead of taking him somewhere else to do it I’m hoping to get it up and going here,” Cashman said. “If we can get seven to 15 kids here, we might be able to get it going and help the club potentially get back to three junior sides.” Cashman wanted to thank his family, St Mary’s Cricket Club and all his mates he’s played with over the years for their support.

Spoljaric’s sights set on a win Shabani on the ball By JARROD POTTER

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WINNING his third Alan Wookey Medal - awarded to the Dandenong District Cricket Association’s (DDCA) Turf 1 Best and Fairest - was a significant honour for Steve Spoljaric, but the Parkfield all-rounder had other things on his mind this weekend. Spoljaric has continued his prodigious streak of form in the DDCA smashing 565 runs and taking 23 wickets to help his Parkfield side make the semi-finals for the first time since he arrived at the club in the 2010/11 season. The personal accolades are always appreciated for the dominant all-rounder, but his sights this season are set on a different prize. “Obviously got a couple of them but more importantly this year is to win the league,” Spoljaric said. “That’s part of the reason I got there… to help us win a league. “From the first year I was here I played with practically the same premiership side but the year after that, they had all retired… now we’re rebuilding. “It’s more satisfying for me if we can win this title and we’re a good chance I would’ve thought. “We’ve snuck in under the radar when really - if you look at how we’ve been winning our games - we’ve been winning them quite comfortably and we’ve been playing really, really well.” On the individual side of the ledger - Spoljaric rated the six-wicket haul against Heinz Southern Districts in the last home and away match and his century against Springvale South earlier in the season as his best for the season. “The ‘six-for’ in the last game - at the time we knew with a loss we were probably out and a win would probably

ONE of Dandenong City’s rising star soccer players has taken the next step in his playing journey earning a spot in the Victorian Skilleroos representative team. Dionis Shabani, 14 from Doveton, will take to the fields around Coffs Harbour later this year as he represents Victoria in the Skilleroos tournament - an under-15 tournament which brings the best junior players in Australia together in competition. Shabani was thrilled to make the squad and believes his side is stronger than last year - having watched the Skilleroos play in 2013. “It’s a much stronger team than last year - I’ve seen them play and we’ve grown bigger this year and we’ve got a few new players so I reckon we can do pretty good,” Shabani said. Making the switch from Doveton Soccer Club two years ago, Shabani has enjoyed a small taste of success with Dandenong City as his under-15 side finished second last season after topping the table through most of the season. He’s also an initial representative of Dandenong City’s National Premier League Victoria (NPLV) junior set-up with Shabani set to play for the under-15 team. “Played here last year, really liked it - the coaches and stuff are pretty good and help me out with everything,” Shabani said. “In the under-15 competition we were coming first for the whole season but then something happened and we dropped to second.”

Parkfield captain Steve Spoljaric was presented with his third Alan Wookey Medal in four years by the man himself at an awards dinner on Monday Picture: DDCA night. 116456 get us in, so I suppose that one,” Spoljaric said. “And the hundred against Springy when we were 5/30 and I was batting with a couple of the younger fellows boys like Jack Jones and Dan Banhidi, the three of us put on nearly 200 after we were 5/30.” His 33 votes put him 10 clear for the Alan Wookey Medal to make it three association best and fairest awards in four years, having only been edged out last season by Dandenong West’s Alex Roberts by a single vote. He adds his third Alan Wookey Medal to a trophy cabinet including the prestigious Jack Ryder Medal, which he won in 2007/08 while playing Premier Cricket for Hawthorn-Monash University. Spoljaric said the pitch at Parkfield Reserve played a great part in his success this season and wanted to thank the City of Greater Dandenong curating

staff for preparing top notch facilities every round. The Parkfield captain finished well ahead of Heinz Southern Districts’ Michael Davies (23) and Lyndale opener Jaime Brohier (22).

DDCA - Top 10 ALAN WOOKEY MEDAL Steve Spoljaric (Parkfield) Michael Davies (Heinz) Jaime Brohier (Lyndale) Luke Fletcher (Buckley Ridges) Robbie Johnston (Coomoora) Matthew Cox (Heinz) Dale Tormey (Lyndale) Samiddha Gallage (Parkfield) Tim Ford (Springvale South) Bart Perera (Berwick)

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Dandenong City junior player Dionis Shabani will lace up his boots for the Victorian Skilleroos team this season. 116099 Picture: JARROD POTTER There’s soccer aplenty going on for Shabani at the moment, with the young striker also a part of the Rowville Sports Academy and part of their school tournament winning side that defeated Dandenong High School last season 2-0 in the grand final. Shabani wanted to thank the club for giving him the opportunity to play and trial for Skilleroos and his coaches from 2013 Daniel and Pat. Dandenong City wanted to announce its NPLV fees for U12-14 (born between 2000-03) will be $995 per player (by three payments). The club is still seeking players for those age groups. For training info go to www.dandenongcityfc.com.


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And then there was two Making his Turf 1 debut this season at the right time, Parkfield’s Shane Doig fires off another offPictures: JARROD POTTER spinner. 116454

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Springvale South all-rounder Nathan King was feeling fairly elated after he threw down the stumps of Heinz batsman Keith Perumal. 116453

Dandenong quick Justin Butterfield gives one of his victims - Camberwell’s Ben Rowles - a standing ovation. 116452 Picture: JARROD POTTER

The highest of lows By JARROD POTTER

By JARROD POTTER BOWLING supremacy led to low tallies in the Dandenong District Cricket Association semifinals, with Mordialloc and Heinz Southern Districts bowing out of the finals race.

SPRINGVALE SOUTH v HEINZ SOUTHERN DIST. SPRINGVALE South (4/145) achieved most of its objectives on Saturday - Bowl out Heinz Southern Districts (121) cheaply? Tick… Knock off the majority of the runs required in the chase? Tick. A ridiculous early run-out between captain Trevor Davies (17) and Keith Perumal (2) left Perumal out as Nathan King smashed the stumps with a brilliant throw from off the ring. It didn’t get much better from there for the Cobras, who couldn’t make the most of their second life in the DDCA finals. Matt Cox (48) pushed his season tally to 557 runs as he tried to stop the rot in the Heinz batting order. Three run-outs in the white-clothed format doesn’t make a lick of sense as Heinz tried to test the limits of their running, Springvale South’s throwing and the smallish dimensions of Alex Nelson Reserve. The slower bowlers offered up the most carnage for the Bloods - captain Craig Slocombe (4/28) and Ruwantha Kellepotha (3/39) spun their

way through the Cobras without much resistance. With 27 overs to play with - before stumps Springvale South almost took the win by the end of day one. King (34), Ryan Quirk and Andrew Sharp (20) pushed the total along - leaving a scant 37 runs between the Bloods and a berth in the DDCA Turf 1 grand final. Justin Davis (2/39) was the best of the Heinz bowlers while Paul Stockdale (1/50) and Matt Downe (1/6) also added their names to the wicket-taking column. Not much time was required on Sunday for Springvale South to knock off the remaining runs and take a six-wicket win. Ryan Quirk (51 not out) notched a well-made half-century while Dylan Quirk (31 not out) held down the fort at the other end to forge a 52-run partnership for the fifth wicket. Springvale South returns to the grand final for the first time since it’s 2011/12 defeat at the hands of Berwick.

PARKFIELD v MORDIALLOC MORDIALLOC (101) failed to impress in its DDCA Turf 1 semi-final innings against Parkfield, downed by five wickets by the impressive Bears to stop the Bloodhounds getting back to the grand final. Even with his third Alan Wookey Medal around his neck, the spotlight didn’t affect Park-

field skipper Steve Spoljaric (4/18) - picking up the top order scalp of Tim Richardson (3) before polishing off the tail. The Bloodhounds were beaten senseless by the Bears as Mordialloc’s best score came from captain Stuart Squires (18). Squires was deceived in the air by Shane Doig (1/14), who made his long-awaited return to Turf 1 cricket. Doig impressed with 16 overs of miserly offspin, including seven maidens to leave Mordialloc on the back foot. Leon Kennedy (16) was the other Bloodhound top-order bat to make some effort before he edged Shane Bell (1/12) to Spoljaric. Getting its other spinner on, Parkfield turned to Travis D’Souza (3/44), who starred with the wickets of middle order batsman Michael Campbell (1) and capable all-rounders Chathura Athukorala (13) and Monto Perera (4). Parkfield finished at stumps on a precarious 3/41 with Jarryd Williamson (14), Rob Carr (6) and Tony Payne (0) falling before stumps. The youngsters Jack Jones (35) and D’Souza (32) survived the last few overs on the first day before carrying on to guide the reminder of the chase. It wasn’t all that tough for Parkfield on day two - cantering through to a five-wicket win as Jones and D’Souza fell just prior to victory.

WHAT’S ON this week

THE cruel nature of cricket took hold of Dandenong this weekend - with their best not good enough to grant the Panthers passage into the Victorian Premier Cricket finals. Needing a win and results to favour them elsewhere in the league, Dandenong (5/303dec) ticked all the right boxes in its win over Camberwell (263). The bowling unit fired when it was required as Justin Butterfield (5/54) and James Wilcock (1/24) rattled off a ferocious opening spell of quick bowling. Simon Hill (66) and Brendan Drew (65) held the Panthers at bay as long as the Magpies’ duo could muster, but eventually fell to Mick Sweeney (1/38) and Butterfield respectively. A 43-run partnership from Drew and number 11 Simon O’Brien (22 not out) gave interest to the last hour of cricket as Camberwell edged towards Dandenong’s tally, but it all came to an end as Butterfield found the edge of Drew’s blade - hitting the catch to Charith Cooray to finish the match and sadly for Dandenong, it’s season as a whole. Impressively monstrous chases from Prahran - making 7/330 off a James Miller 148 - and Fitzroy-Doncaster - making 5/258 - left Dandenong with the bittersweet satisfaction of finishing the season on a high but unable to reach the final-eight in the Victorian Premier Cricket ladder. Brett Forsyth led Dandenong’s run scoring for the season with 656 runs at 41 while the Panthers’ lead bowler was Butterfield with 26 wickets at 27.04.

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Lions’ force decider A RESILIENT last innings effort from Springvale Lions kept its baseball premiership hopes alive on Saturday night. Needing to win to push the Baseball Victoria Division 2 grand-final series to a third match, Springvale roared to victory over Williamstown in the 10th innings through pitcher Freddie Flores and superb team hitting to claim a 9-5 victory and force a decider. Going ahead 4-1 early in the clash, Springvale was pushed down the stretch by the Wolves - bringing the margin back to level pegging at the end of regulation time through Williamstown’s Ryan Camov late in the ninth. Flores forced Williamstown to leave a man on third base, continuing his impressive changeup pitching for the series, before the 10th innings began. Flores took it to Williamstown

with bat and ball - pitching through all 10 innings before slugging one of the match-winning runs as Springvale smashed six runs in what would be the last innings. The Lions’ win forces the series to a third match, scheduled for Sunday, 1pm at Melbourne Ballpark. The Springvale success started last weekend as Baseball Victoria Women’s Division 1 champions Springvale Lions snared a 6-3 win over Footscray at KM Wearne Reserve. Victoria Brown pitched the whole game to keep Footscray off the plate while Shae Lilywhite, recently named Baseball Australia’s Open Female Player of the Year, made a couple of clutch hits as did Shanae Flanigan, whose huge hit brought home a pair of team mates to push the Lions ahead.

Rob Hogan pitching for Springvale Lions in the first of the threematch Baseball Victoria Division 2 grand-final series against Williamstown. 116455 Picture: WAYNE HAWKINS

Smart list for smarting Stingrays last year and didn’t get a game,” Black said. “Mullane has been in the system for a year and Hunt only came into our system half way through the year.” Dandenong plays its last practice match of the TAC Cup pre-season against the Gippsland Power on Sunday 16 March at Garfield in three games - Under 16 at 11am and two Under-18 games at 1pm and 3pm.

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SMARTING from last season’s 112-point TAC Cup grand final loss to the Eastern Ranges, Dandenong has its eyes set on going one better in 2014 with a stronger and much taller list. The Stingrays have just announced their playing list for 2014 with AIS-AFL representatives Tom Lamb and Daniel Capiron leading the list. Dandenong coach Craig Black admitted it was one of the tougher lists to whittle down to its final size, but said it was all the stronger for those difficult cuts. “We’re going well and the boys have been training well,” Dandenong coach Craig Black said. “Had the camp last week and it was pretty tough to finalise the squad - but it’s good that it’s done now and we can concentrate on playing games. “The average height in the initial squad was 187cm… probably the tallest squad we have ever had, but the AFL has a lot taller players around. “So we just need to start putting into plans our direction that we’re trying to teach them, and our game style and play… that team brand and team-first approach.” Dandenong’s leadership group has been announced with Mitch White, Jake Wilson, Jack Lonie, Rourke Fischer, Daniel Capiron and Tom Lamb all in line to receive the

DANDENONG STINGRAYS’ TAC CUP LIST 2014

Tom Lamb was selected as a Dandenong Stingray for the upcoming Picture: JARROD POTTER TAC Cup football season. 105890 Stingrays captaincy, which has yet to be announced. “Hopefully those boys that got an opportunity last year are driven from that last result and are spurred on a bit during the year and play a nice exciting brand of team-oriented

footy,” Black said. Dandenong has returned four 19-year-old players with Blake Mullane, Elliott Hunt, Jayden Tomkins, Troy Jacobson and Joel O’Sullivan back for another shot in the TAC Cup. “Troy and Joel were injured all

Sam Geurts, James Freeman, Mitch White, Kyle Gray, Taylor Joyce, Alex Harnett, Daniel Moloney, Jack Wheeler, Jack Lonie, Chris Johnson, Aaron Pawel, Lachlan Batten, Thomas Jok, Daniel Capiron, Thomas Glen, Jake Wilson, Blake Mullane, Joel O’Sullivan, Keegan Downie, Rourke Fischer, Kieran Collins, Dylan Barfoot, Matt Homfray, Gach Nyuon, Troy Jacobson, Daylan Kempster, Jayden Tomkins, Kurt Mutimer, Aaron Wilson, Tom Lamb, Jacob Weitering, Elliot Hunt, Thomas Stoffels, Brandon White, Liam Hulett, Travis Young, Caleb Gray, Jack Holden, Justin Bennett, Ben Giobbi, Lachlan Williams, Bailey Dale, Sean Nicholson, Mitchell Cox, Zak Roscoe, Jake Lovett, Joshua Steen, Robbie Turnbull, Bailey Rice, James Paligorov, Jordan Rouse, Liam Myatt, Zachary Rouse, Mitchell Mccarthy, Brad Kiely, Jake Dipasquale, Darcy Warke, Emmett Yawney, Jason Edtmaier.

Fudged a win By JASON ADAMS CORNELIUS Fudge made it yet another win at Sandown Park last Thursday night, defeating Dyna Tony in a time of 29.73. The fawn chaser was slow out of the boxes before weaving his way through the field, storming home to claim first prize in what was typical Cornelius Fudge style. Trainer Lisa Cockerell was delighted with the win from her kennel star aka ‘Cashy’, although she did get slightly worried throughout the mid-part of the race. “When he got checked down the back straight I thought the leaders may have got too far in front for him but he proved me wrong… I was really proud of him!” Cockerell said. Cornelius Fudge was unlucky when finishing sixth in a heat of the Group 1 Australia Cup, but Group glory is something that may be on the horizon for Cashy, with the Group 1 Golden Easter Egg just under one month away. “We will be taking him to Sydney for the Easter Egg, we would have to give him a trial around Wentworth Park before the heats as he has never raced outside of Victoria before.” Cornelius Fudge’s win was not the only win for Cockerell last Thursday night, she also owned the winner of the tenth race, Lavender Brown, who ironically is trained by Cockerell’s mother, Marlene Dopper. It was back in 2003 when Cockerell was working behind the bar at the Geelong greyhounds, where she met her husband Ian, who is now Lisa’s training partner. It was only four years later that the training pair experienced their biggest thrill in greyhound racing, getting Finlandia into a Group 1 Sapphire Crown final. “Her Sapphire Crown heat was only her fifth career start, and she won that in 29.66, on the old Sandown surface which was really impressive,” she said. “It was one of the biggest thrills I’ve experienced in greyhound racing.” Finlandia went on to compete in another Group 1 final and finished up with nearly $50,000 in prize money.

VSDCA - round 13 (one day)

Bulls rampage home NOBLE Park (9/165) will take strong form into the VSDCA finals following its one-day triumph over Williamstown (100) Losing three quick, and particularly important, wickets early proved challenging for the Bulls but the revival came in earnest from Johan Vorster (50) - notching his third score over 40 in four rounds. Vorster and Mevan Fernando (32) would add 55 for the fourth wicket before Vorster succumbed to Graham Murdoch (3/25). Rizan Mawzoon (38 not out) flew the flag at the end, setting a middling total for Williamstown to knock off. The visitors couldn’t get over the line as Marasinghe Perera (4/24), Fernando (2/10) and Mawzoon (2/15) led the charge through the opposition. Noble Park now face off against Oakleigh in their qualifying final this Saturday and Sunday from 1pm at Warrawee Park Oval.


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MOTORING Onward and upwards By EWAN KENNEDY HONDA has made a major change of direction in its fifth generation Odyssey people mover. Odyssey now has an extra 150mm in height to give it a more spacious interior. Odyssey features much bolder lines than just about anything else on the market. There are prominent front guards and upswept sculpted lines on the side of the vehicle which have a touch of Italian to them. The styled alloy wheels on our review Odyssey wouldn’t be out of place on a slammed hot hatch. The Odyssey’s information and entertainment system uses a dashboard-mounted colour touch screen to display audio functions, Bluetooth features and the car’s systems information. We found the touch screen to be quite frustrating. In a cost-saving move that’s likely to become increasingly common, the new Honda Odyssey doesn’t come with satellite navigation either as standard or an option. Instead it relies on the as-

Model range VTi 2.4-litre eight-seat fivedoor wagon: $38,990 (CVT automatic); VTi-L 2.4-litre sevenseat five-door wagon: $47,620 (CVT automatic).

sumption that most drivers will have a smartphone that provides access to a special downloadable app which links through Bluetooth to the car’s in-dash monitor. All models of the Honda Odyssey come with front and side airbags as well as curtain airbags that cover both second and third row seats. Crash prevention items include ABS brakes with brake assist, emergency stop signal, vehicle stability assist and traction control system, tyre deflation warning and daytime running lights. The upmarket Odyssey VTiL adds blind spot and crosstraffic warning, smart parking assist, and a multi-view camera

The latest Honda Odyssey has moved from a station wagon to crossover in its styling theme. system that uses four fisheye with a built-in adjustable foot- all previous generations. Both cameras located in the grille, rest. The seatbacks can also be doors on the higher-specced door mirrors and tailgate to reclined and, when the third Odyssey VTi-L, but only the provide a choice of 180-degree row seats are folded flat, the left-rear of the entry level Odwide and overhead views. central seats can slide up to 740 yssey ViT, can be operated reAll seats are large and com- mm forwards or backwards as motely either through the key fob or by a pull of the handle. well as laterally. fortable. Boot space has been inThe seating in the eightThe second and third rows seat Odyssey VTi is two-three- in the eight-seater have three- creased over the outgoing modthree; the seven-seat VTi-L (as way split seatbacks that provide el by storing the spare wheel tested) is two-two-three. a variety of seating and cargo under the front seats. Good legroom is provided options. However, it’s only a small for all six of the outer seats. New Odyssey has sliding area and struggles to hold more The second row individual rear doors instead of the con- than one large suitcase and a bucket seats in the VTi-L come ventionally hinged units on couple of smaller bags.

While you do get more luggage depth the passengers in the centre row of seats aren’t able to put their feet under the front seats due to the bulge created by the spare wheel compartment. Honda Odyssey cruised effortlessly and quietly as the engine has strong torque over a wide rev range. We appreciate the efficiency of CVT automatic and can’t understand why some people don’t like the engine operating at its best revs. These people can use the steering wheel mounted paddles to manually override the system. Fuel consumption was in the seven to eight litre range during motorway driving, climbing to eight to 10 litres per 100 kilometres in suburban work. The suspension generally copes well, but rough roads can cause it hassles at times. All-new Honda Odyssey provides a lot of interior space in a quality vehicle with standout lines. Ask about a test drive of the Honda range at New World Honda, 6 Prestige Place, Narre Warren. Phone 8794 0000.

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vehicle also added reversing camera, cruise control, daytime running lights, roof-mounted rear spoiler and leather seat upholstery, all for an extra $2000. The Exora, at almost 1700 mm, stands tall, a dimension only accentuated by pinched width (1809 mm). Inside, it’s cheap digs as opposed to luxury hotel, with a hotchpotch of plastic and metallic finishes. The seats are flat and unsupportive but allow for versatile cargo carrying thanks to multi-adjustment - the second row split is 60:40, the third row 50:50. Headroom is generous, shoulder

space is not. The third row of seats is strictly children-only, made very attractive to the little-uns by the roof-mounted DVD player. With the seats in use there’s little room left for luggage behind and load access can be a gamble with a tailgate that fails to lift above reasonable head height. The engine is an uprated version of the 1.6-litre non-turbo unit found in the Proton Preve GX, with shortened stroke to give it the lower compression ratio needed by a charged engine. The relatively firm suspension and taught steering is certainly not

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