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WORLD-CLASS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL FOR SOUTH-EAST South Eastern Metropolitan Region MLCs Inga Peulich and Gordon RichPhillips are heartened that soon thousands more children in the southeast will have access to specialist care closer to home, with construction by the Victorian Coalition Government of the new Monash Children’s Hospital due to begin within months. “This means families requiring specialist paediatric care won’t have to travel as far to enjoy access to world-class medical facilities,” Mrs Inga Peulich said.

and hospitality staff once completed.

• 10 paediatric intensive care beds

The Monash Children’s Hospital will be able to deliver an extra 60,000 outpatient treatments per year and provide purposebuilt facilities including:

• 30 neonatal intensive care cots

• 96 paediatric beds • 12 dedicated children’s cancer day beds • 20 same-day beds

• 28 beds providing special mental health services for children and teens Construction of the 230-bed hospital, to be built alongside the Monash Medical Centre in Clayton, will start in July and is scheduled to be completed in December 2016.

With the City of Casey and neighbouring Cardinia Shire being two of the fastestgrowing local government areas and already home to a third of the state’s children, Mrs Peulich said the hospital would be well placed to deal with demand for paediatric care, which is expected to increase by 23 per cent over the next decade. Gordon Rich-Phillips said the Coalition Government was delivering on its promise to build the Monash Children’s Hospital, which in addition to creating more than 700 jobs during its construction, would also employ healthcare, administrative

Picture (L-R): Minister for Health David Davis, with the Hon. Gordon Rich-Phillips MLC, Premier Dr. Denis Napthine and Inga Peulich MLC discussing the new Children’s Hospital.

A message from your South-East MLCs The Hon. Gordon Rich-Phillips and Inga Peulich Over the past 12 months the Victorian Government has significantly invested into the south-east region with a focus on improving roads, transport and community infrastructure, and ensuring Casey families have greater access to health care, quality education and local support services. Families are the cornerstone of our communities and we acknowledge the 1123492-SL12-14

important role we play in looking after their health and well-being. Equally important is delivering essential services that support and protect our most vulnerable residents and young people. Despite challenging economic times, we as a government, have achieved big wins for

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the south-east by driving economic development opportunities for Casey residents with investment in skills and infrastructure that will deliver and secure more jobs, which are vital to the growing Casey community. $2.5B Rail investment for SouthEast

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Coalition’s Massive Rail Investment for the South-East Premier Denis Napthine announced a $2–2.5 Billion rail project to cater for growth in Melbourne’s south-east as part of the Coalition’s 21st century rail service transformation with more trains, carrying more people, more often. The multi-billion dollar program to transform the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines will deliver a 30% capacity boost for one of Melbourne’s busiest rail corridors. Inga Peulich and the Hon. Gordon Rich-Phillips, Members for the South Eastern Metropolitan Region welcomed the news which would move an extra 4,500 people in peak hour. The multi-billion dollar transformation of the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines would start construction in 2015 and conclude in 2019.

More than 3,000 jobs will be created during the five-year construction phase. A further five level crossings have been allocated planning and preconstruction funding for future removal at Corrigan, Heatherton and Chandler Roads in Noble Park; Grange Road, Carnegie; and Poath Road, Murrumbeena.

Four more level crossing removals including at Clayton Road and Centre Road, Clayton – this is on top of the Springvale Grade Separation which is nearing completion;

“We now have 657 PSOs deployed across 92 train stations from 6pm until after the last train every night, including across 16 south-eastern stations such as Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Narre Warren, Sandown Park and Yarraman, Chelsea, Mordialloc and Frankston.

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25 new next generation high-capacity trains; 21st century high-capacity signalling on the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines – one of the first uses of this technology in Australia that will enable more trains to run, more often;

Pic (L-R): Casey Inga Peulich MLC, Mayor, Geoff Ablett, Scott Watson and Gordon Rich-Phillips at Lynbrook Railway Station

AN EXTRA 1700 FRONTLINE POLICE ON THE BEAT TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY

This is not just about addressing the incidence of crime and anti-social behaviour at train stations, but also about changing the perception of safety and creating an environment that will support greater use of the rail network,” Gordon Rich-Phillips said.

“The Government is also fulfilling its commitment to deliver 1700 additional frontline police by the end of this year at a cost of $602 Million – representing the largest single law enforcement recruitment exercise in Victoria’s history.

Inga Peulich said the Coalition Government was ahead of schedule in reaching its goal of recruiting and deploying 940 PSOs to the rail network by November 2014 as part of a major $212 Million investment.

More officers will be stationed at Cranbourne and Narre Warren police stations as part of a $1.2 Million refurbishment of both stations.

Pic (L-R): Inga Peulich and Gordon Rich-Phillips MLCs, with PSOs, Judy Davis and Casey Mayor, Geoff Ablett at Cranbourne Station.

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Planning and preconstruction funding to remove a further five level crossings; Several newly-rebuilt railway stations and a new train maintenance depot at Pakenham East, which will create local jobs.

The project would deliver huge improvements to travel and public transport across the south east including:

PSOs on board: Community surveys show strong support for the Coalition’s PSOs who make commuters feel safer by maintaining a visible presence.

“Cranbourne police station

has received $461,000 and Narre Warren $750,000 to make way for new officers with provision for extra locker space, expansions to equipment areas, as well as other improvements. “This government has made an unprecedented investment in law and order and the upgraded Cranbourne and Narre Warren police stations further enhances our commitment to community safety,”Inga Peulich said.

Pic (L-R): Casey Mayor, Geoff Ablett, Cr. Susan Serey, Cr. Gary Rowe with Inga Peulich MLC and PSOs at Narre Warren Station.


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COALITION GOVERNMENT CASEY HIGHLIGHTS

ROADS

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

LAW AND ORDER

EMPLOYMENT

$29.3 Million for improvements to the Casey road network for key arterial roads and intersection improvements

Springvale Grade separation getting close to completion. Opening of Lynbrook station

Expansion of the PSO program to help ensure community safety at 16 railway stations in the South-East

$350,000 to rebuild and upgrade of Wagstaff Cranbourne, creating 110 new jobs and increasing exports

$38 Million upgrade of Hallam Road project due for completion late this year

Increased car parking at Narre Warren railway station

360 new car parking spaces at Merinda Park railway station

1700 extra police officers and recruitment of 940 Protective Services Officers (PSOs)

$250,000 investing in a Manufacturing Technology grant to Popina, Dandenong, which is nearing the completion of a $1.2 Million project that will result in 10 new jobs $225,000 for innovative program to help disadvantaged people

$300,000 for new rail bridge between Dandenong and Pakenham

$461,000 upgrade to Cranbourne police station to accommodate extra frontline officers $750,000 upgrade to Narre Warren police station to accommodate additional frontline officers as part of a record investment

$2.8 Million for road safety upgrade to South Gippsland Freeway, Hallam

$2.5 Billion rail project to cater for growth in the southeast including 25 new next generation, high-capacity trains, 21st century high-capacity signalling on the Pakenham and Cranbourne lines, more level crossing removals and a new train maintenance depot at Pakenham East which will create local jobs

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$20 Million in grants for integrated Children’s Centres, New Early Learning Facilities, Early Learning Facility Upgrades and Minor Infrastructure Grants 500 new early Childhood Intervention Services places for children with disability or developmental delay $354,000 upgrade to the Green Kids Early Learning Centre in Hampton Park enabling the centre to double the kindergarten program intake $8,900 grant to Goodstart Early Learning in Hampton Park to construct an outdoor storage shed for play equipment $7 Million for the Children’s Capital Facilities fund to build and upgrade children’s centres and kindergartens $46 Million in scholarships to upgrade the qualifications of early years educators

$9.9 Million for improvements and rebuilding of existing south-east schools

$22 Million for the Berwick Trade Careers Centre

$3.6 Million development of a community function centre at Cranbourne Racing Centre

$49 Million for the Narre Warren-Cranbourne Road duplication between Pound Road and Thompsons Road $25.6 Million for the Clyde Road upgrade from High Street to Kangan Drive

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$7 Million for land acquisition for a new school in Casey $230 Million increase over three years for students with disabilities $24.3 Million for Primary School Maths and Science Specialists initiative $124 Million for primary welfare officers in schools including Thomas Mitchell Primary and Woodlands Primary Millions in infrastructure and maintenance for local schools Personalised curriculum for students with disabilities $23 Million investment in languages education

$249,500 grant to upgrade lighting, fencing and other infrastructure in Cranbourne Place to improve public safety and a Hoon Investigation Team targeting hoon drivers in Casey

$5 Million statewide to develop and install electronic learning technology at existing campuses, including Chisholm TAFE at Cranbourne and Berwick $600 Million more into Victoria’s Vocational education and training system, increased funding of all apprenticeships and skill shortage areas to deliver better employment outcomes Two Innovation Skills Vouchers worth a total of $20,000 to Monash University to help close the skills gaps specifically in relation to research and development work

$2,100 grant to Dandenong South company Busy Bee Brushware for a strategic review $219,000 new technology grant to Armacell Australia Pty Ltd of Dandenong to purchase high-tech equipment $201,600 new technology grant to KH Equipment Pty Ltd of Hallam to purchase hightech equipment

$20,000 grant to the Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne who provide habitat protection for the Southern Brown Bandicoot $39,405 grant to Narre Warren SES towards a four-wheel-drive $867 grant to Narre Warren North CFA to contribute to selectable flow branches $650,000 to expand Casey Indoor Leisure Centre from a 6 to 10 court stadium $80,000 to install lighting for Casey Warriors Rugby League Club at their Casey Fields venue Mammoth funding of Community Renewal Program in Hampton Park


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Members of the Legislative Council South Eastern Metropolitan Region Gordon Rich-Phillips MP

Inga Peulich MP

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RED TAPE REFORMS A BOON FOR BUSINESS AND JOBS The Victorian Coalition Government recently announced 36 red tape reforms that will benefit businesses, boost productivity and reduce costs across many sectors of the Victorian economy. “By removing 22 unnecessary regulations, more than $715 Million in red-tape savings will benefit Victorian businesses and the wider economy,” Gordon Rich-Phillips said. “The Coalition Government has made a commitment to

significantly reduce red tape by 25 per cent and we are on track to meet that target,”he said. WorkCover premiums have also been reduced which will help attract investment to Victoria and encourage businesses to grow. The Coalition Government delivered on its promise of a three per cent reduction in Victorian WorkCover premiums at 1.289 per cent of payroll, which will see almost 60% of Victorian businesses benefiting from the $57 Million reduction.

Victoria has the lowest workplace injury insurance premiums in Australia and the lowest rate of workplace injuries, illnesses and deaths of all states. Thousands of Victorian businesses will, on the average insurance premium rate for Victorian workplace injury insurance, save three per cent and premiums will be reduced by more than 10 per cent for almost 59,000 businesses. Last year Gordon Rich-Phillips, as Assistant Treasurer and Minister for Technology visited Bombardier,

a local Dandenong manufacturer with the CEO of the Victorian WorkCover Authority Denise Cosgrove. Bombardier is building Victoria’s 50 new E-class low floor trams to be delivered during the next five years, the future of Melbourne’s tram network. “Bombardier is just one example of a company which works with its employees to ensure a strong safety message, particularly in the past 18 months where its workforce has grown from 110 to 378,” Gordon Rich-Phillips said.

Pic (L-R): Inga Peulich MLC with Minister for Transport, Terry Mulder, Premier Dr. Denis Napthine and Donna Bauer MP at the Springvale Grade Separation.

Pic (L-R): Gordon Rich-Phillips, Assistant Treasurer, Minister for Technology, inspecting train construction at Bombardier.

COMMUNITY SURVEY 2014 Please take the time to complete the survey below. Hearing your views on important issues and concerns helps us better represent your needs and keep you informed of what’s happening.

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‘Beautiful soul’ FAMILY and friends have paid tribute to a charismatic, high-achieving and helpful young man who died a good Samaritan in Pakenham last week. Former Lyndhurst Secondary College student and Cranbourne resident Jayden Lynch-Cooper, 20, died on Tuesday 11 March after a motorist found him lying in the middle of the road. The Homicide Squad was initially called in, but foulplay was ruled out after postmortem results revealed he died from a congenital heart condition. It is believed Jayden had stopped to help a motorist whose car had broken down, before he collapsed when his heart failed while he was pushing the car. Jayden’s girlfriend of four years, Alison McMillan, said he died doing something that was typical of him - helping others. She said she felt empty since her partner’s death, and would always remember him as a “beautiful soul”. “No words can describe how amazing he was,” she said. “He was caring and would do anything for anyone. How he died was so like him - going out of his way for someone else.” Lyndhurst Secondary College principal Warren Wills also paid tribute to Jayden this week, who said, he was an outstanding student.

“Jayden’s charismatic personality and approachable nature meant that he established strong connections with both Lyndhurst Secondary College staff and students alike,” he said. “Jayden will be sadly missed by all. Our thoughts and heartfelt sympathy are with his family and friends at this time.” Mr Wills said Jayden was an active member of the school community, involving himself in many facets of school life. “He publicly represented our college on numerous occasions, including his attendance at the 2011 Anzac Day Schools’ Award presentation ceremony, where the college was presented with an award and plaque for commemorating the service and sacrifice of veterans,” he said. “Jayden was also involved in the college sport program where he held the position of senior house captain. “Additionally, he received several awards throughout his time at the college, culminating in 2011 with a VCE Premier’s Excellence Award for Engineering Certificate II. Jayden received this award as a result of achieving one of the highest marks in the state.” Jayden’s girlfriend is raising money for the Heart Foundation in his honour. To donate visit www.mycause.com.au/page/67372.

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Church call for restoration help By BRIDGET COOK ST JOHN’S Anglican Church has called on the community to help fill a funding gap to ensure the restoration of its 100-yearold hall can go ahead. The Cranbourne church was dealt a blow in December when a promised $100,000 Federal Government grant towards the planned project was withdrawn. Through the work of local MPs, $30,000 of that amount will now be received but the church still needs $80,000 for the full renovation to go ahead. The church has been aiming to restore its century old heritage parish hall for community use for the past three years. The project will cost $455,000, and the church has managed to secure $375,000 through support from the City of Casey, a local business, donations and fundraising. Church Vicar, The Reverend Dr David Powys, said more community support was now needed to ensure the planned project reached its full capacity. “The difference is just under the amount now needed if this hall is going to again become a comfortable and affordable community facility,” he said. “This is where the local community has an opportunity to save the project, and particularly to make sure that the hall gets a kitchen. “Community minded or heritage keen donors may like to assist.”

Vicar David Powys, Sally Grad and Anne Perrett show off the model of the restoration project for St John’s Anglican Picture: ROB CAREW Church’s 100-year-old hall. 116546 Rev Powys said the hall was built 1913 for £113 and has been the venue for numerous Cranbourne groups and events over its 100 year history. “Situated adjacent to Cranbourne’s main business district, close to Cranbourne’s bus hub and now served by excellent parking facilities, this hall will be a great facility for community groups,” he said. “The plans include generous provision for groups to store their own equipment, and modern kitchen and bathroom facili-

ties, whilst restoring the outer appearance to the way it looked 100 years ago. “St John’s is actively seeking support from trusts, local businesses and individual donors to find the $80,000 required to complete the whole project. “With less than this the hall will have to go without its kitchen, air-conditioning and storage area partitions until the funds become available.” Anyone wishing to contribute can contact Rev Powys on 5996 8461.

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Wheels are in motion By BRIDGET COOK

A PETITION calling for public transport to service the booming Cranbourne East and Clyde North area is gaining traction. Local resident Lisa Sturzaker started a petition last week, which has already been signed by more than 150 people, calling for the extension of a bus service to cater to the rapidly growing communities. Ms Sturzaker said since Linsell Boulevard was opened, it now provided an opportunity for existing bus services in the Hunt Club Estate to cater to residents in the Cascades on Clyde and Selandra Rise estates. “Cranbourne East and Clyde North is growing bigger and bigger by the day,” she said. “There is a high youth population who would use the service if it was available. “There is also a new retirement village in Selandra Rise and I’m sure the residents there would use the service too. “Not to mention it would be beneficial to one-car families or school-age children.

“At present, the only way to get around is by car.” Ms Sturzaker said the communities had waited long enough for a service that should have been introduced a long time ago. “Residents understand that there is always a wait for services such as these when you move into a new area,” she said. “However we are now talking about a community which has been established for around six years in some parts, and still growing. “It’s time for Public Transport Victoria (PTV) and the council to get the wheels in motion, otherwise residents will be waiting forever.” A spokesperson for the Minister for Public Transport said PTV had begun preliminary planning for network improvements in the Cranbourne East and Clyde North area. “This includes looking into providing a bus service along Linsell Boulevard to service new housing estates,” the spokesperson said. “Any new bus services would need to be considered in future

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Front, Margaret Stroud, and other local residents are calling for a bus service to cater to the Cranbourne East and Clyde North area. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS PTV budgets and in the context of competing priorities around the state. “All requests for new public

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Fisheries reel in their own catch of the day FISHERIES Victoria reeled in five Casey men flouting the law over the long weekend, allegedly taking more than 420 abalone from reefs in the Mornington Peninsula. Officers were out in force over the Labour Day long weekend, and issued 20 infringement notices including the Casey men. Three men from Endeavour Hills, aged 30, 23 and 17, were apprehended

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IT WAS a picturesque setting and fine dining as the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival came to Cranbourne last week. The Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne was one of 22 locations which hosted a Regional World’s Longest Lunch, as part of the festival, on Friday 14 March. Part of the Australian Garden was transformed into an open-air restaurant for the inaugural event which aimed to celebrate the best local food and flora. About 70 guests enjoyed a three-course lunch prepared by acclaimed chef Andrew Blake, which included ocean trout, applewood barbecued chicken breast and caramel

A CAR which was stolen in Cranbourne North over the weekend was found burnt out later the same day. A Ford Territory was stolen from outside a house in Landini Circuit, Cranbourne North, between 9.50pm and 10.10pm on Sunday night. The car was found later that night, destroyed by fire, in Noack Road, Harkaway. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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milk panna cotta. Cranbourne Gardens director Chris Russell the Australian Garden was the perfect setting for the longest lunch event. “The beautiful location was a perfect match for the gourmet lunch prepared by renowned chef Andrew Blake of Blakes Feast matched with wines from acclaimed local winery Ocean Eight,” he said. “Our guests enjoyed a great day out, with a wonderfully relaxed vibe at the tables and lots of laughter and friendly chatter. “The Australian Garden is a great space for a range of events as shown by the success of our very first Longest Lunch.”

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HAMPTON Park Seniors’ Club president Neil Shepard has challenged Premier Denis Napthine to try and cross Pound Road on a mobility scooter - a nightmare he claims local residents are facing every day. The call came as the Hampton Park community expressed their anger this week over the lack of action from VicRoads to install a pedestrian crossing along Pound Road. Last year, the seniors’ centre tabled a petition with 565 signatures calling for the urgent installation of a crossing near their centre and the bowls club. Mr Shepard said it was desperately needed as many elderly residents from the seniors centre, bowls club and nearby retirement village needed to cross the busy road to access the Hampton Park shopping centre, bus stop and doctors.

He said, as the head petitioner, he had not heard anything from VicRoads in more than three months. “My greatest fear is that the longer we wait, the more risk that a pedestrian is going to get hit or lose their life on this road all because of a lack of urgency from the State Government and VicRoads,” he said. “I want the local residents who signed this petition to know that we are still fighting for them. “I invite the Premier or the Roads Minister to come out here and try and cross that road, particularly in a mobility scooter, and see what residents have to put up with. “VicRoads say they’ve got no money for this, but what’s human life worth?” Local resident Angela Gardner said a crossing was something the community had been

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FOR John Glazebrook to assert that the “real heroes” of World War I were an anti-conscription archbishop and three socialist organisations is nothing short of a disgrace (Unnecessary Sacrifice, News, 6 March). To also believe the Anzac “celebrations” - his word - to be disrespectful to Archbishop Mannix and these organisations is laughable. The ceremonies that will be held next year are commemorations in memory of those lost, not ceremonies to celebrate the falsification of history and the glorification of war. There is nothing glorious about war, Mr Glazebrook. The real heroes, Mr Glazebrook, were the thousands of men, and boys, who patriotically volunteered to serve overseas and tragically lost their lives or were wounded physically or mentally while doing so. Lest we forget. Lance McDermott, Endeavour Hills.

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TO the roads around Cranbourne being jam-packed. What happened to the Cranbourne bypass we were promised years ago?

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Thumbs Down TO the lack of footpath on Clyde Road between McDonald’s and the Monash, on the Chisholm TAFE side. With all the upgrades that have been done, this is a major oversight, especially in an area with lots of pedestrians.

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In relation to Mayor and Deputy Selected for State Election (Star Community, 7 March). MAYOR Geoff Ablett is one of the best mayors the City of Casey ever had. His efforts and contributions to make the city a better place to live deserve him to be in a better position to serve the people. Being preselected for state election is recognition for his good works and it’s not a disqualification for serving the community as a mayor or councillor. He should continue as mayor until he starts his active campaign. He is a man of integrity and he is wise enough not to use his official vehicle for state election. We wish him all the best. Prasad Philip, via web.

Thumbs Up TO the organisers and participants of the Casey Relay for Life for all their efforts and helping to raise more than $360,000 so far.

Thumbs Down TO the P-plate drivers who think they own the road and think road rules are there to break.

Thumbs Up TO the delicious dumplings that I had in Narre Warren this week.

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THE Herald Sun report headed $2b ripoff (Tuesday, 18 March) strikes yet another blow against the integrity of local government’s capacity for sound financial management. Last year Casey council increased our rates by 7.5 per cent despite many objections from residents, including myself. As I pointed out in my submissions, there was absolutely no need for a rates rise of this order. Under the leadership of Casey CEO Mike Tyler and the then mayor Amanda Stapledon, all Casey councillors unanimously endorsed a rates rise to finance the costs of developing some very expensive sporting facilities as well as the immediate replacement of an unusually high number of council vehicles, mechanical equipment and machinery. These projects were not of an urgent nature and should have been financed over several years instead of over one financial year. All the Casey councillors, furthermore, wrongly claimed there were no other budget options due to external imposts. None of our Casey councillors, however, objected to some of their colleagues spending ratepayers’ money on a trip to the Tamworth Music Festival this year. The poor standard of financial management shows there is a lack of appropriate checks and balances on many councils, including Casey. John Glazebrook, Endeavour Hills.

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development of professional staff and the nurturing of partnerships with local schools, partners and stakeholders. The strategic plan will now be reviewed on an annual basis. “The development of this strategic plan highlights a more focused and intensive approach to respond to student athlete needs,” Ms Martin said. “The intention is to create tailored and integrated approaches to student athlete development through access to high quality services, coaching and facilities while ensuring a link to academic programs.” City of Casey councillor Rafal Kaplon is hopeful the Endeavour Hills Secondary College site can be used for the academy and said it would be a very beneficial outcome for the community. “The project has developed significantly over the past month with council officers working closely with representatives from the school and the Education Department,” Cr Kaplon said.

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Hampton Park delays as roads close CASEY residents have been advised to expect delays in Hampton Park over the coming nights, with a number of closures planned for road works. From today until Sunday, the South Gippsland Highway, at Hampton Park, the South Gippsland Freeway exit ramp and one inbound lane on the

South Gippsland Highway will be closed between 7pm and 5am. Southbound traffic travelling on the South Gippsland Highway will be detoured onto Pound Road and then Hallam Road. Drivers will also have the

option of continuing on the South Gippsland Highway and then turning right onto the Western Port Highway, before turning onto Northey Road/ Commercial Drive. Details about these works can be found on the ‘Roadworks and planned events’ page on the VicRoads website.

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THE Cranbourne Blue Light Disco will continue to party on, despite claims that it was at risk due to funding cuts this month. The State Opposition says it obtained documents that revealed Victoria Police notified officers that full-time staff and resources would be cut from the program. However a spokeswoman from Cranbourne Police Station’s Youth Resource Office said the Cranbourne disco would not be affected. “The program has come back to the local level,” she said. “As long as the local command is happy for members to still be involved then they can, whether it be in their own time or on duty.

“The situation at Cranbourne hasn’t changed - members will still attend on duty and there are still volunteers.” Cranbourne Blue Light Disco committee member and discretionary officer Ian Gration said the disco would still be run by the organising committee with or without police involvement, but was glad their contribution would continue. “It’s a great thing for the community,” he said. “The beauty of them being there is they get to come face to face with local kids and build a positive relationship.” The Cranbourne Blue Light also continued its great work in the community this week when it donated $2000 to the Cranbourne Police Senior Citizens Register, along with $500 from the Cranbourne Lions Club.

The register involved volunteers who call local senior citizens regularly to check-up on those who may be isolated, do not have family or live alone to ensure their well-being. Mr Gration said he was approached by the station for assistance with new furniture for the volunteers office, and arranged assistance from both committees he is involved in. “I saw this as a chance for Blue Light to put some money back into the community, especially as it was going into the local police station,” he said. “The office at the police station, in which the volunteers work, now has new furniture and when you spend the day sitting and phoning senior citizens, a comfortable chair really makes a difference.”

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‘No conflict’ says mayor By LACHLAN MOORHEAD CASEY Mayor Geoff Ablett has dismissed suggestions his Liberal Party candidacy will negatively impact his role as a councillor, speaking to the News for the first time since being endorsed by the party for the seat of Cranbourne earlier this month. Cr Ablett said there was no conflict of interest between the two roles. He said the election of his mayoral successor was already scheduled to take place prior to the state election as part of the “normal council process”. “I will continue to approach my role as mayor with the passion, commitment and integrity that has characterised my career in council,” Cr Ablett said. “I have been working with this community and advocating for the services and infrastructure we need as a local councillor and as mayor, and I will continue to do so as the Liberal candidate for Cranbourne.” Outlining his local campaign agenda, Cr Ablett said he would continue to advocate for upgrades to local roads and public transport services. “Since the Coalition Government was elected things

have improved dramatically,” he said. “We have seen more roadworks in the past three years than the 10 years before, but there is still more work to be done and I will fight for the road projects we need most.” Cr Ablett also said he would also make local job creation and health services a priority in his electorate. Cranbourne Labor MP Jude Perera said it was “unethical” for Cr Ablett to hold onto his mayoralty. “There is certainly a conflict of interest,” Mr Perera said. “It is a question of Mr Ablett’s integrity, whether he wants to do the right thing by stepping down and do the right thing by the ratepayers of Casey.” Mr Perera said jobs, roads and public transport were his priority for Cranbourne leading up to the election, in addition to health and education. “Unfortunately the electorate of Cranbourne has been forgotten under this government and the residents deserve better,” he said. “This government has not invested in any major infrastructure project since coming to office. Our record speaks for itself.”

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Hearts light up in candle vigil By LACHLAN MOORHEAD KERRY-ANN Hetherington hadn’t participated in the Relay for Life since her older sister lost her battle with breast cancer in 2003 at the age of 34. That all changed on the weekend when the Cranbourne East mum walked in the Casey event in memory of her sister Rachael. “At the time she had a two-yearold daughter and battled breast cancer for six years and really battled it, there were never any positives out of it,” Kerry-Ann said, speaking at the relay. “I think it’s actually gotten harder. Watching my children grow up without an aunty.” But speaking at her first relay in a long time, Kerry-Ann said the event had inspired her to participate every year from now on.

“It’s a truly amazing cause and the ing for the official start and part of a sooner we find a cure then the better moving moment during the survivors’ we’re all going to be,” she said. walk. “Next year we’ll come back bigger “We start with the oath and the first and better.” lap is always dedicated to cancer surMore than 4300 people participat- vivors,” Ms Ryken said. ed in the 24-hour relay from Friday “It gives carers the chance to supnight to Saturday night, raising more port their people and survivors can than $360,000 and counting for the take a breath and know they’re not Cancer Council. alone.” Committee member Karen Ryken Later in the night, teams also put said the tally would continue to grow out paper bags with candles alongside over the next month. pictures of loved ones. Describing the event as absolutely Media relations officer for the huge, involving 114 teams putting event and owner of Chris Peake Real their best foot forward, Ms Ryken Estate Marisa Adams said this was a said she was once again overwhelmed heartfelt time in the event. by the community response. “The candlelight ceremony in the FW Pakenham Gazette 195.pdf 1 3/14/2014 12:51:49 PM People flooded the grounds at262 xevening is something that is a very Akoonah Park on Friday, prepar- touching moment,” she said.

Ms Ryken explained that different colour candles represented people’s battle with cancer. “If the candles were brown, it means we’ve lost a person, and if it’s white, it is a survivor,” Ms Ryken said. “We turn off the lights and the whole place is surrounded by candlelight.” Also participating in the weekend’s Relay for Life were employees from Cranbourne business Highview. The 16-member relay team raised more than $11,000 for the Cancer Council, beginning in September. Highview team member Lisa Burgess said her group’s fundraising efforts had been “a lot of work, a true team effort, and well worth every moment”.

Kerry-Ann Hetherington, from Cranbourne East, participated in the weekend’s Relay for Life for the first time in a long time, in memory of her sister Rachael, who lost her battle with breast cancer in 2003. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

Jemmy gang leave THREE men tried to break into a Cranbourne home on the weekend while a woman was home alone. Three men went to a house on Lawless Drive about 3.45pm on Sunday, and said they were there to collect some property. The victim refused to open the front door. The men then used a jemmy bar to attempt to open the garage door, before trying the same on the front door but failed to get in before they left. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Playground bomb A HOMEMADE explosive was placed at a playground and set alight in Narre Warren over the weekend. Police are seeking information about the improvised explosive device which was set off at Ray Bastin Reserve, along Armadale Drive. The bomb discharged about 11pm and caused minor damage to the play equipment. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Red letter day TO HELP celebrate the centenary of Red Cross Australia, the Friends of Red Cross Hallam is inviting members of the public to a morning tea and craft display. The event will run from 10am to 1pm on Tuesday 8 April at the Hallam Community and Learning Centre, 56 Kays Avenue, Hallam. Entry fee is $5. Contact Betty on 9774 0194 for details.

Market night THE Parents Family and Friends Association warmly invites members of the public to Hillcrest and Rivercrest Christian Colleges’ Family Market Night on Friday 21 March from 5.30pm9pm at the MPC building at Hillcrest. There is something for the whole family, including delicious gourmet food, delightful treats, originally designed jewellery, creative fashion and accessories, homewares, local crafts and gorgeous gifts. Visitors will also be entertained by roaming clowns, balloon artists and enjoy the sound of the school’s choir and musicians. For more information contact Sharron on 9702 2144 or at familymarketnight@hillcrest.vic.edu. au.

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• Make better decisions on your health with this years `Health & Wellbeing’ theme – sponsored by Gippsland Medicare Local. INITIATIVES include FREE hearing, diabetes, cardiovascular tests and men’s `Pitstop’ health checks, along with presentations and displays focused on improving health. • Product based DEMONSTRATIONS include farm machinery, electric fencing, dairy equipment, motorcycles/ATVs and workshop equipment….plus much more. • FAMILY & CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT includes the Paciic Smiles Animal Nursery, Animals of Oz presentations, the Australian Travelling Fishing Show, Working Draught Horse demonstrations, sand sculpting, chainsaw carving, historic farm machinery display and demonstrations as well as a whip cracking and comedy routine by the Crack Up Sisters. • HARVEST OF GIPPSLAND at Farm World (29th & 30th only) – taste Gippsland’s unique food and wine plus cooking demonstrations by Gippsland based Masterchef contestant Noelene Marchwicki. • See the FARM WORLD website for the complete demonstration, presentation and activity program.

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Sunny Cowgirls minus the frills THE Sunny Cowgirls will shine later this month when the musical duo returns to the Hallam Hotel for a special gig. The country music siblings, Sophie and Celeste Clabburn, are performing at the hotel on Thursday 27 March as part of their Up Close & Personal tour, and will be supported on the night by Jonny Taylor from Australia’s Got Talent. The Australian sisters have already taken the country music scene by storm, and have now stripped back their sound to showcase their diversity. The Up Close & Personal tour will feature the girls’ classic songs, performed in an intimate and personal atmosphere. The Sunny Cowgirls will perform songs that span five albums, including Six Pack Short, Green & Gold, Acting Stupid, Cuttin’ up B&S Style, Dancing On The Darling and Summer. Sophie said the pair were excited to embark on this new musical journey, and would unashamedly showcase themselves as musicians with nothing to hide behind. “Doing the Up Close and Personal show style is something we’ve been talking about for a while and 2014 seemed like the right time,” Sophie said. “We know we can play to big audiences and get them going with our party

St John’s Quilters and Friends group co-ordinator Dianne Mitchell and Blairlogie Living and Learning chief executive Carolyn Carr are ready for the Quilt and Art Exhibition.

Amazing display of quilts By BRIDGET COOK A CRANBOURNE quilters club will showcase their latest creations in an exhibition next month, all for a good cause. St John’s Anglican Church is celebrating its 150th birthday with a Quilt and Art Exhibition, to be held on 5 and 6 April. The quilts have been made by St John’s Quilters and Friends group, which started three years ago. There will be more than 100 quilts on display, and a number of them will be up for sale. Group co-ordinator Dianne Mitchell urged people to come along. “The art is from local identities,” she said.

Clabburn sisters Sophie and Celeste, better known as The Sunny Cowgirls, will perform at The Hallam on Thursday 29 March. 116968 songs, but this style of show will still let them party as well as enjoy the music and stories more so than before. “It’s a whole new show and we’re really looking forward to surprising people with some new and different songs.” Celeste conceded that there would be a few nerves ahead of their acoustic shows, but she said the performances would give audiences an insight into how the songs originally sounded.

“It’s nerve racking, this tour will be pretty unique and we may not ever do it again, this is just Soph and I talking about the songs, the influences and pretty much presenting them as they were first written,” she said. “It makes us pretty vulnerable on stage but it’s the time for us to do it.” Tickets - $30 plus booking fee (18+ only). For tickets phone 8786 0200 or Ticketmaster - www.ticketmaster.com. au

“The profits are to go to Blairlogie Living and Learning -- a community-based organisation, offering quality services that are client focused while at the same time offering a valuable resource and facility to the local community. “There will also be a ‘nostalgia corner’, which will be showing items over 100 years old to the modern.” The exhibition will be open from 9.30am to 4.30pm on Saturday 5 April and from noon to 4.30pm the next day. Entry cost is $5 and morning and afternoon tea and lunch will be available. For more information call Ms Mitchell on 5995 9763.

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Brush up on skills HALLAM Community Learning Centre aims to be a place of learning and of community spirit for the people of Hallam. Centre manager Dianne Wilson said the centre had a welcoming atmosphere with comfortable facilities and caring staff. She said the people who run the centre endeavour to provide a welcoming and safe atmosphere for all interested local people who want to join them to meet and make new friends, who want to learn new skills, brush up on old ones or share their knowledge. The aim is to encourage community spirit and so make Hallam a happier place in which to live. “The members call it their

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mums with small children formed a playgroup. These days it offers a wide range of services and programs including three-year-old kinder, playgroups, quilting, painting, social groups and exercise classes. It also now offers English classes as well as computer and iPad classes for those who wish to brush up on their skills. It is currently a busy time for the community centre with its annual general meeting planned for 27 March and a trivia night being organised for 30 May. The centre is at 56 Kays Avenue, Hallam, and operates from 9am to 4pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and 9am to 3pm on Friday.

Set to reach their full potential HAMPTON Park Secondary College is committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment through its school-wide positive behaviour policy. This is promoted by the college’s values - respect, learning and working together. The year seven and eight program is mainly delivered in the flexible learning centre, with the emphasis being on the fundamental skills of literacy, numeracy and the development of research and inquiry skills. The college’s values are also explicitly taught through its

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standing facilities such as a performing arts centre, languages centre, three-court basketball stadium and 1 : 1 laptop program for all students in years seven to 12. This allows for increased opportunity for challenging teaching and learning. Hampton Park Secondary College is in Fordholm Road, Hampton Park. Direct all inquiries to assistant principal Anne Ure on 8795 9400, visit www.hpsc.vic.edu. au or email hampton.park.sc@ edumail.vic.gov.au

RENOWNED for its expertise in swim education over more than 40 years, Paul Sadler Swimland at Narre Warren offers a certificate based teaching model. It has been designed to reinforce the importance and significance of a child’s achievements and development. Manager Andrew Jeffrey said Paul Sadler Swimland offers swimming lessons to give families the opportunity to learn a survival skill for life. “We care. We challenge the kids,” Andrew said. “We make swimming fun. We prioritise the teaching of survival in the water. We make the kids feel special at every level. Our tagline is ’small successes and proudest moments’ and this embodies everything that we do and it’s something we pride ourselves on.” Paul Sadler Swimland has a focus on survival skills in every lesson and children are assessed every week. The establishment also offers an open water swim program twice a year to its students which allows them to practise their water safety skills in the ocean. “Not only does this provide students with preparation for open water sports such as surfing, sea kayaking, wind surfing and paddle boarding but also introduces them to a different and potentially challenging water situation, which can be ever changing,” Andrew said.

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Personalised service is assured at Elite Orthodontics, Narre Warren South. Staff also use Invisalign - clear, plastic, custom-fitted splints that fit over the teeth and help straighten them without the need for braces. But the main strength of the clinic is the use of state-of-theart technology such as computer-aided visualisation software to demonstrate various treatments and their effects allowing patients to gain an in-depth understanding of the proposed treatment.

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BUSINESS SOUTH-EAST

More homes, more jobs By LACHLAN MOORHEAD

From left, Craig Currie, Lisa and Robert Panjkov and Robert Nelson at the Casey–Cardinia Business Breakfast.

Jim mowers to the top By BRIDGET COOK WHEN the founder of Jim’s Mowing franchised his business 25 years ago, he was asked by a friend how many franchisees he would like to have in the future if it all went well. Jim Penman said he was being optimistic when he answered with 100. Fast forward to today and the Jim’s brand has more than 3000 franchisees across four countries and is the second largest franchise in Australia, only behind Australia Post. Mr Penman shared his story with more than 100 people at the Cranbourne Golf Club on Wednesday last week at the Casey-Cardinia Business Breakfast. From humble beginnings, Mr Penman’s journey started with $24 in his bank account, a $30,000 debt and him mowing people’s lawn while he completed his PhD in history. He said it was his obsession with looking after his customers and ensuring they were happy that saw him build a solid client base. “When I look at the business I’ve grown and the reasons I believe it to be successful, its very different than most of the stuff I’ve read about in business books,” he said. “I’m an extraordinary unlikely person to be a success in business. “By nature I’m extremely lazy, I’m also a very poor manager and have very poor people skills. “And to add to all of that, I’m bad with names and find it hard to recognise people’s faces. “I’m bad at a lot of things but one thing I’m very good at is I have an obsession with looking after customers. “I had to get their lawns to look the absolute best they could.” It was when Mr Penman needed to find some time to

Jim Penman, founder of Jim’s Mowing and other Jim’s franchises, was the guest speaker at the breakfast. complete his PhD, that he decided to sell off his lawn mowing rounds. “By the time I sold off my first round, I had already built up more customers through recommendations so I had another round ready to sell,” he said. “And that happened again. I realised I was making more money selling lawn mowing rounds than I was mowing lawn. “My problem was I was not a good salesman.” Mr Penman sought the advice of a friend not long after that in relation to advertising, and it was through this conversation that he discovered the best way to sell his business. His friend was an advertising agent and told him all he knew about the field. “At the end of the talk, he told me that I was not in the need of an advertising agency at this stage and that if I went and did what he had told me it would help. “He hadn’t sold me his business, but I knew if I ever needed an advertising agency in the future that I would go back to him.” Mr Penman said from then on his sole interest was in those he was selling his business to

and their best interests were at heart. “This lousy salesperson never had a problem selling lawn mowing rounds ever again,” he said. When he franchised the business in 1989, Mr Penman said he continued that ethos with his franchisees. “I set out to design a franchise that was so good for the franchisee that you’d be mad not to join it,” he said. “My lawyers said I was being too nice and tried to make the contract to suit me. “But I wanted it to be about the franchisee and a fantastic contract that suited them.” In the first year he sold more than 60 franchises, something he said was beyond his imagination. The business continued its rapid growth and has expanded to a range of Jim’s services including painting, plumbing, cleaning, dog washing and fencing. Mr Penman said the story of Jim’s was all about putting the customer first. “It’s not a story of someone with great skills, great sales skills or great management skills,” he said. “It’s a story of fundamental principles. “At the bottom on my email it says ‘my first priority is the welfare of my franchisees and we are also passionate about customer service’. “Look to the people you’re dealing with first and foremost then figure out a way to make some money out of it.” The next Casey-Cardinia Business Breakfast will be held on Wednesday 25 June at Cardinia Cultural Centre. Layne Beachley, regarded as the most successful female surfer in history, will be the guest speaker. To book a spot visit www. trybooking.com/52316.

A HALLAM-based home builder expects job opportunities to increase within his industry, after the Australian Bureau of Statistics released its latest market report last week. The report indicated that the number of dwellings approved nation-wide has increased by 1.3 per cent in January 2014, having risen steadily over the past 15 months. Victoria experienced an increase in 1.4 per cent in dwelling approvals, while approvals for private sector housing rose by 2 per cent in January. Hotondo Homes Hallam builder Tim Van Dam said the report was great news for securing the industry’s future, job prosperity and consumer confidence. “Our clients want to feel comfortable financially before they build a home,” Mr Van Dam said. “To know Victorian housing approvals have increased, and have been steadily increasing is comforting not only for prospective home builders but for the growth and security of the domestic building and construction industry.” Mr Van Dam said the signs were encouraging for an industry that had been “plateauing a little bit.” Mr Van Dam said demand for properties in the state’s south-east had certainly increased, and he expected this to lead to a rise in jobs. “There will be more employment because there are more houses being built, more tradesmen needed and more work to go around,” he said.

Tim and Marg Van Dam, from Hotondo Homes in Hallam, are encouraged by the latest building industry statistics, released last week. Picture: ROB CAREW “There will also be more investment in infrastructure. “We’re already noticing more interest in our display homes at Berwick Waters estate, and this will lead to work all around. Geographically, the effects are widespread.” Victoria’s Planning Minister Matthew Guy, who is currently reviewing plans to develop new infrastructure in the City of Casey, said there is exciting potential for the growth and development of commercial and industrial land in Clyde North. “Planning of the Thompsons Road, Clyde Creek and Casey Fields South precincts will be co-ordinated to ensure the effective provision of infrastructure, open space and community facilities, as well as providing locations for major and local town centres and local employment opportunities,” Mr Guy said.

Casey Cardinia Business Awards

Applications now open! Applications for the Casey Cardinia Business Awards 2014 are now open! Local businesses big and small are encouraged to enter, with finalists getting the chance to become the Casey Cardinia Business of the Year. This year’s awards will feature 11 categories, where winners will claim some excellent prizes, including a share of $14,000 in prize money and outstanding exposure. Free information sessions and mentor services are available to businesses applying for the awards.

For more information visit www.caseycardinia.com.au/businessawards Applications close 16 May 2014. Jodie Smith and Tracey Arnott, from Greenview Accounting Services.

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Information sessions will be held on: Wednesday 26 March Monash University, Berwick 7.30am–8.30am Thursday 27 March Cardinia Cultural Centre, Pakenham 6.00pm–7.00pm

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THE RIGHT QUARTERS FROM PAGE 1. PEET Limited’s Quarters community in Cranbourne is capturing the attention of a growing number of home buyers keen to secure their piece of the high-quality lifestyle. Demand for home sites has been so strong, with more than 40 home buyers buying into Quarters since the New Year, that the release of 16 new home sites has been brought forward in the popular community. Sized from 350 square metres to 504 square metres, and starting from $193,000, the Stage 8 home sites will put residents within easy walking distance of all community amenities, including Elmsford Park which features a playground, barbecue and picnic facilities and open space for ball games and social gatherings. Easy access to established services and infrastructure in Cranbourne, and the new amenities being planned close to home, were big attractions for the community’s newest residents-inwaiting, Nikul and Beena Patel. Construction has started on the couple’s four-bedroom, two-bathroom design from Simonds Homes and they hope to move in by September. “We’d looked at a number of other estates in Cranbourne, and while they offered us good options, we just couldn’t go past Quarters,” Nikul said. “You can tell Peet has put a lot of effort into the community.” The couple, along with their two children Smit (18) and Bansari (8), had been renting in Glen Huntly and felt the time was right to take their first step onto the property ladder. “After renting for the last few years, it came to a point where I wanted to keep our money in our own pocket,” Nikul said. “Interest rates were low, land prices were good - it seemed like a very good

time to buy our first home.” Enthusiasm for Quarters appears to be contagious. The Patels were so impressed by what the community had to offer they recommended it to two other families - who have also purchased lots in the popular community. “We told our friends about the estate so they had a look and liked what they saw,” Nikul added. “We’re really going to enjoy having them living so close.” Quarters residents have plenty of room to relax, play and grow. Nine of the community’s 66 hectares are dedicated to public open space, including a six-hectare natural waterway that will ultimately meander through the heart of estate and link up with parklands, sporting and recreational facilities. Quarters is a well-serviced community with easy access to the Cranbourne town centre and its established amenities, including schools, shops and medical services. It is also conveniently located close to transport, with bus services running from Evans Road and Cranbourne Train Station offering residents frequent links into Cranbourne and Melbourne’s CBD. Until 27 April, savvy homebuyers who secure a selected home site at Quarters will share in more than $1 million in cash and bonuses as part of Peet’s ’Home Sweet Home’ offer. To find out more, visit peetsweethome. com.au If you’re keen to see what all the buzz is about at Quarters, visit quarterscranbourne.com.au, contact sales representative Thuyen Nguyen on 1800 627 600 or drop by the land sales and information centre at Evans Rd, Cranbourne West.

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UNIQUE HALF ACRE (213276) 2,200m² lifestyle block as rare as hen’s teeth, just waiting for you to build your dream family home. Only 4 minutes from the townships of Cranbourne & Tooradin, and 45 minutes to Melbourne CBD, Call today for this unique chance to own your own piece of paradise!

SPECTACULAR HORSE PROPERTY (213334) 5 BRs, Master-ensuite & WIR, BRs 2 & 3 with WIR´s, & BR 4 with BIR, Ducted heating & cooling, 10ft ceilings, in ground pool, 28 acres, 17 paddocks, 6 lockup stables, water to paddocks, 12X7m barn with 4 stables, 15X7m machinery shed & 9X6m hay shed, 17m round yard & 50mX25m arena.

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5 ACRES OF PEACE & PRIVACY (213376) 5 acre, 4 bedroom home, master with WIR & FENS. Open plan kitchen, family/dining & rumpus room, outdoor entertaining area. 10mX6m workshop. Fenced to 2 large paddocks with hot wire, loose box & crush. 6 Day yards, all with loose boxes & hot wire. Plus boundary training track. Call : Jason Brown 0423 768 424

TROT ON IN - 40 ACRES (213372) 3 BR + study home, Outdoor entertaining area, 10mX20m shed with mezzanine floor, office & high clearance, 7 post & rail paddocks, 5 post & wire, Water to paddocks, 5 loose boxes, & 4 stables with provisions for 8, 60mX20m sand base arena, stock ramp & yards, Bore & tank water

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(214015) 800m² block, 4 BRs, ensuite, alfresco area which leads to another huge decked pergola. Floating timber floors, large kitchen with walk in pantry. Family room with gas log fire, 6Mtr X 4Mtr. approx. Rumpus room, evaporative cooling, double garage with internal access, auto door quality fixtures and fittings 6,000 ltr. Water tank and garden shed.

(213305) Shack up and build your dream home here. An excellent block of land with water glimpses to the rear and close to the jetty. It has a bonus cottage built well to the front which allows you to live on site while you build at the rear. Save on rent and build your dream in this fabulous location.

(214051) Kitchen downstairs, and another kitchen upstairs, with toilets & bathrooms for both. 4 bedrooms or 3 plus utility room, great condition with modernized kitchen, split system heating & cooling, plus gas fire. Huge 925m² block, well planted with access at the back at high tide, inlet plus a little mooring to tie up your boat. 1 carport, plus high clearance garage.

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(214064) 3 bedrooms with walk in robe and ensuite to master, comfortable family room meals area. Ducted heating and split system air conditioning plus solar power already installed. Outdoor entertainment zone with patio and large pergola and surrounded by pleasant mature gardens and lock up accommodation for two cars.

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

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

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(214058) Beautiful ex-Burbank Display home. Approximately 32 squares of living, and sitting in the prestigious Cascades on Clyde Estate. View the 4 bedrooms, plus the study nook, enjoy the Master bedroom’s huge Walk-inRobe & immaculate Ensuite (including bath). The guest bathroom & the main bathroom are both 2-way access. Enjoy the Cinema room, lavishly appointed kitchen with the Caesar Stone bench tops, double oven, dishwasher, microwave oven, walk-in-pantry, built in coffee machine, and walk-in-Wine rack! Comfortable living with ducted heating and evaporative cooling, Low maintenance garden and it’s artificial turf. Outdoor alfresco decking area with direct access via bi-fold doors. Double garage with internal access and more!

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

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(214033) 3 BRs. Master with WIR and spacious full ensuite, Large lounge, open study and formal dining/4th bedroom. Tiled meals area and spacious family room. Ducted heating and Split system cooling, manicured gardens, Pergola, garden shed, 8 solar panels to roof, security shutters to front. Double car remote door garage with rear access.512m² approx. block

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

(214032) 3 bedroom home. Living room leading through to functional kitchen and meals area. Laundry leads through to an extra utility room. Sitting on an approx. 525m² block with immaculate gardens front and rear, undercover pergola and garden shed. Rear access to park the trailer or boat. Close to all amenities. Please call us to arrange an inspection.

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(214053) 3 bedroom with ensuite. All bedrooms have robes. Floating timber floors, two living areas. 550m2 block with 4 car garage with power, concrete floor and double doors with 14ft clearance. Would suit many purposes. Handy location for all facilities. Inspections by appointment only, for more information or to arrange an inspection, call Frank Barrett directly.

(214061) Huge 767m² block, 3 bedroom home (master with full ensuite). Established gardens with a second garage used as a powered workshop. Spotlessly clean home with a blend of carpeted and floating timber areas, timber kitchen, lounge plus family/meals and a huge fully enclosed Queensland Sunroom, Ducted heating & double garage with remote door.

(214047) 5382m² approx. 5 bedrooms or 4 & study, Master with excellent ensuite, beautiful Hostess kitchen with Granite bench tops, convention oven, microwave induction cooktops, dishwasher and more. Paved patio area for entertaining and outdoor relaxing in equal measure. Ornamental lake, the meandering gardens (watered with a 6000L tank)

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Harcourts - Cranbourne Suite 3, 78 High St Cranbourne 5991 2777 www.cranbourne.harcourts.com.au Cranbourne 2 Macarthur Drive

Great 4 Bed Plus Study Timber Home In Convenient Location

Hampton Park 29 Pauline Court

Cranbourne 60 Endeavour Drive

3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom,double carport with drive through access to dbl garage ideal for tradesman, spacious open plan kitchen, meals and family room with floating timber floors, evaporative cooling, ducted heating, gas upright stove, 2 undercover outdoor pergolas great for entertaining.

This home is Comprising of 3 Spacious Bedrooms,2 Separate living areas Cooling in both living areas, Solar Panels, Huge Backyard with covered outdoor entertainment.Renovated Kitchen with Glass Splashback, Dishwasher,Garage with the ultimate mans retreat with bar,6000 litres of Water Storage Tanks,Gas Wall Heating.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $315,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 11:30am - 12:00pm Margaret Lewicki M 0438 833 495

For Sale By Negotiation Over $295,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 11:30pm - 12:00pm Leon D’Penha M 0415 205 032

Set on this prime corner allotment; walk to nearby shopping centre, close to schools and transport. This timber home consists of 4 bedrooms, a study room,2 living areas. Delightful kitchen opens to a large dinning area. Features large 4 car garage, heating and cooling .large back yard.This is potential plus for all buyers ,ideal for the growing family,home office or smart investors.Call for an inspection today.

For Sale By Negotiation Open Saturday 11:30am - 12:00pm View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158

Botanic Ridge 28 Greenmist Crescent As rare as hen’s teeth this quality home on almost half an acre (1817m2) will cater for all your needs. Whether it’s a game of cricket out back with the kids, parking caravan at rear, working in the 4 car garage or just enjoying everything this residence has to offer - INCLUDING ,Master bedroom with full ensuite, spa and His & Hers WIR Multiple living areas including large family meals, formal lounge & home theatre 4 large bedrooms plus study Ducted heating & refrigerated airconditioning ,3 phase power For Sale By Negotiation Open Saturday 1:00pm - 2:00pm View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Mac Taggart M 0418 385 158

Cranbourne West 8 Scarborough Avenue

Cranbourne North 29 Gipps Crescent

3 bedroom brick, veneer home with fascinating views. Open plan living /dining spaces recently renovated ,New security alarm system, New carpet, lights & blinds, New split air conditioning fittings, and new dishwasher system. Quality new s/s Appliances .Features a master bedroom with full en-suite bathroom and WIR in the ground level.

Neat as a pin this 3 bedroom home is located in a prominent hot spot of Cranbourne North it includes a master bedroom, 2 bedrooms with double built in robes, open plan large lounge room, kitchen with ample bench space with adjoining dining area, outside pergola, double carport plus double lock up garage, cooling.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $330,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open 12:30pm - 1:00pm Leon D’Penha M 0415 205 032

For Sale By Negotiation Over $300,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 1:30pm - 2:00pm Andrew Cassinaty M 0413 873 158

Cranbourne East

Cranbourne East

34 Wild Scotchman Way

3 Bradshaw Way

The Entertainer 33 Squares

Tradies Heaven Or Room For Boat / Caravan.

Stunning ex display home which caters for all the family’s needs with zoned living, home theatre, huge master with outdoor spa area plus an additional 3 great sized bedrooms. Stunning kitchen with butler’s pantry leading to alfresco through café doors. 26 squares of pure party is here for the astute purchaser so be quick.

Do you want a large family home on huge 735 m2 block featuring 4 Bedrooms, 2 living areas including huge theatre room plus kids retreat .Extensive tiling throughout plus high cellings and ducting heating and cooling triple garage plus side access. First in best dressed.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $420,000 Open Saturday 1:30pm - 2:00pm View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Mac Taggart M 0418 385 158 Leon D’Penha M 0415 205 032 Harcourts - Cranbourne

For Sale By Negotiation Open Saturday 2:30pm - 3:00pm View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Mac Taggart M 0418 385 158 Waseem Asif M 0433 880 999

Cranbourne North 13 Waverley Park Drive The owners have spent many thousands of dollars improving this property and making it one of the best homes in the area at this price. It comprises of 4 bedrooms, master bedroom with ensuite, large separate lounge room, open plan kitchen, dining and family room. A massive under cover outdoor entertainment area with lots of features that must be seen to really appreciate it, there is also an enclose outdoor 8 people spa area, double garage, other fixtures; dusted heating, cooling system, surround sound system and more. Inspect it now! For Sale By Negotiation Over $420,000 Open Saturday 1:30pm -2:00pm View www.harcourts.com.au Robert Matus M 0409 029 518

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For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $245,000 View Saturday 11:00am

SET up high on a magnificent quarter acre allotment in the prized location of Natren Court, taking in views across to the South, this beautifully appointed family residence is yours for the taking.

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From the ornate front fretwork verandah right through to the solar-heated lagoonstyle swimming pool, the surprises never cease. Backing onto over 25 acres of farmland - through a gate to the rear of the property, agistment is available for your horses. Walking into the home, you find yourself immersed in the quality, feeling of “home” and generous-sized floorplan. Four bedrooms with master ensuite, while the second enormous bedroom comes with walk-in-robe. The laundry has to be seen to be believed, the amount of storage is impressive. Bay windows in the formal lounge and dining as well as the master suite showcase the amazing views. For the family, a rumpus room is there to be enjoyed, with sliding doors to the undercover pitched roof pergola - you won’t need to go on holiday again. An exceptional home - well loved and ready for the next family to simply move in and enjoy. An oversized double garage with internal access, landscaped gardens and so much more to experience - call today for an inspection.

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Cranbourne West 18 Cirai Crescent

Cranbourne 23 Evelyne Avenue

Cranbourne West 14 Linda Drive

In a lovely block of 3, the unit offers a secure middle position and features a formal lounge with gas heating and air conditioning, bright kitchen/meals area. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $240,000 View Saturday 11:30am

Supper Cheap 3 Bedda!! Start Here!!! Calling on all the first home buyers/ budget conscious investors, this home located in Cranbourne west is on the market with a very reasonable price tag. For Sale Price Guide $255,000-$270,000

4 Bedder Special - 624m2 Block This 4 bedroom home with a double garage will appeal to investors & first home buyers. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $275,000 View By Appointment

Outstanding Investment Property! A fantastic representation of value for money is this attractive home of approx 19sq of living. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $330,000 View Saturday 11:00am

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 Cranbourne 59964777

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 Cranbourne 59964777

Adam Gill 0407 456 888 Cranbourne 59964777

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Cranbourne North 24 Denham Crescent

Cranbourne North 6 Ascent Drive

Cranbourne East 3 Sottile Drive

3 Years Young!! Alarah Estate Location! Why Bother building and waiting? When here it is an immaculate 4 bedroom home which is less than three years old and ready to move in. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $380,000

Indoor/Outdoor Entertainer - 4 Bedrooms + Study Full of quality, this standout two storey home offers flowing living areas from the inside to out. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $395,000 View Saturday 1:30pm

Mediterranean Tuscan Style Home Situated on a generous allotment of 480 square meters approximately, this quality laden home is located in a sought after Sierra Estate in Cranbourne North. For Sale

Stunning Residence (1/2 Acre Approx) Located in a desirable estate this substantial home has been significantly upgraded throughout and surrounded by gorgeous park like gardens. For Sale View By Appointment

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 Cranbourne 59964777

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Adam Gill 0407 456 888 Cranbourne 59964777

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Narre Warren North 7 McKenzie Lane

An Immaculate Large Family Home in Lynbrook’s Finest!

Two Homes For The Price Of One. 5900sqm Block!

Exquisite family home containing - two separate living areas, hostess kitchen, separate meals area, ducted heating, split system cooling, down lights, stylish floating floors, four large bedrooms, double remote garage with internal access, large outdoor pergola and private backyard.

First home comprising of - lounge and dining room, kitchen with island bench top, family and meals room, 4 bedrooms, ducted heating, air conditioner, pergola and double garage. The second home is towards the rear, includes - spacious family/meals, hostess kitchen, 3 bedrooms, central bathroom and laundry.

For Sale $440,000+

For Sale $795,000+ View Saturday 1:30-1:50pm Liron 0425 776 622

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Narre Warren 4 Warren Close

Great Starter Home or Investment with Possible Subdivision!

A First Home Buyer Special

Features - formal lounge room, kitchen with breakfast bar overlooking the meals area, three bedrooms, ducted heating, central bathroom, a large backyard with a drive through driveway and is currently tenanted on a month to month lease with the option of tenants staying on!

Three bedroom townhouse close to all the amenities - open living areas down stairs, well-appointed kitchen with gas appliances and a dishwasher, upstairs provides the 3-bedrooms, central bathroom, a gas wall furnace, split system upstairs, low maintenance backyard, and double garage with remote.

For Sale $290,000+

For Sale $265,000+

View Saturday 11:40am-12:00pm Aren 0403 613 988

View Saturday 1:10-1:30pm Zed 0432 797 384

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Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Hampton Park 9 Jeffrey Street

BACK ON MARKET!.. Possible Subdivision on Massive 889m2 Block!!!

More Bang For Your Buck!

Comprising of three bedrooms, large formal lounge, hostess kitchen with breakfast bar, meals area and second living area, ducted heating, 2 x reverse cycle split systems, alarm system, large outdoor pergola, double remote garage with work bench space, private backyard, garden shed and landscaped gardens.

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.

For Sale $325,000+ View Saturday 11:00-11:20am Aren 0403 613 988

For Sale $250,000+ Liron 0425 776 622

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Hampton Park 10 Hayes Road

Dandenong 2/15 - 19 Frederick Street

Plans & Permit Approved For Three Units on a 1012m2 Block!

Brand New Townhouse & Ready to Move into!

Opportunity not to be missed; 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.

Two bedroom brand new home- two light filled spacious living areas, a hostess kitchen with stainless steel gas appliances, meals area, a private balcony, a powder room, carpets and tiles, ducted heating, garage with remote entry panel lift door, paved rear porch overlooking the landscaped gardens. For Sale $340,000+

For Sale TBA Rohullah 0423 649 553

View Saturday 11:00-11:30am Rohullah 0423 649 553

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Cranbourne East Lot 32 Heather Grove

Clyde North Fiorelli Boulevard

What a deal

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:

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

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NO progress payments No repayments* House and Land Package Huge Stamp Duty Savings Luxury Inclusions!

For Sale $350,000 Plus Buyers

For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers

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

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

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Cranbourne East Lot 2 Fiorelli Boulevard

Clyde North Lot 5 Fiorelli Boulevard

Buy Now and Receive $10,000

Family 4 bedder

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.

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

For Sale $420,000 Plus Buyers

For Sale $425,000 plus buyers

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

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

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Clyde North Lot 9 Fiorelli Boulevard

Clyde North Lot 15 Cadillac Street

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:

$10,000 Grant On This Home Now

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NO progress payments No repayments* House and Land Package Huge Stamp Duty Savings Luxury Inclusions!

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

For Sale $410,000 Plus Buyers For Sale $399,000 Plus Buyers Tim 0411 989 344

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

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Clyde North 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 Huge Stamp Duty Savings Luxury Inclusions!

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Clyde North Fiorelli Boulevard Buy now and receive $10,000 That’s right, the government is giving great savings to buy a new home so don’t wait and capitalize on this deal. This lovely home offers 4 bedrooms, the master with ensuite, a formal lounge which leads to the hostess kitchen and family meals area. The home has ducted heating, a remote double garage & landscaped gardens. For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers

For Sale $350,000 Plus Buyers Tim 0411 989 344

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

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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NARRE WARREN EAST

YOU DESERVE THIS SERENITY SET on approximately 11 acres, this wonderful property will meet all your expectations. From the spacious, modern home with all the luxuries, to an indoor solar heated pool and spa, the outdoor entertaining area makes you feel like you’re relaxing at a tranquil winery on a lazy Sunday afternoon. The easy rolling paddocks have the backdrop of hillsides and spacious land in the distance as far as the eye can see. This is an opportunity to own and live in your own bit of paradise. The house has four good-size bedrooms with a very large walk-through robe to the ensuite. The kitchen is modern and open, it lets you see over the living and dining areas and out to the wonderful views. With heating

and cooling for all your comforts, the windows are floor to ceiling, capturing all the beauty that surrounds this property. The formal lounge is relaxing and inviting, having an open fireplace to indulge in. The living area has its own wood fire Coonara. As you sit and dine, you will appreciate where you are. The pool and spa are indoors, yet still part of the outstanding, very private and quiet, outdoor entertaining area. This is truly a family home that extends to the vastness of all the property. There’s a hay shed, another large shed, garden shed, dams and five fenced paddocks. Beautiful gardens are all irrigated to keep beautiful all year round. Having horses, cows or just enjoying the

open spaces, this property offers you and your family a lifestyle they will never forget. Do yourself a favour and call now.

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Inspect: By appointment Price: Buyers over $1,200,000 Contact: Geoff Horne, 0400 996 550 FIRST NATIONAL NEILSON PARTNERS, NARRE WARREN, 9705 4888

AUCTION on 29th March at 11:30am Drouin South

Auction Saturday 3rd May at 11am

28 Bride Avenue Hampton Park

Terms: 10% deposit on signing of contract with the settlement (Balance) on or before 60 days.

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937m2 block(Approx) Possible Subdivision (STCA) 6 bedrooms, 3 toilets, 3 bathrooms Master bedroom with Full ensuite Formal lounge/Meals area BIR for bedrooms Ducted heating, evaporative cooling Quality Kitchen Appliances Dishwasher Lockup garage Ideal for GP Centre, Physiotherapy Centre, Boarding Centre, Hair Salon Hampton Park Primary School-550meters (approx) Hampton Park Secondary College – 900 meters (approx) Anglican Church of Australia-100meters (approx) Robert Booth Reserve-300 metres (approx) Hampton Park Shopping Square-1.0km (approx) Monash Freeway-1.0km (approx) Hallam Railway station – 2km (approx)

525 Main South Road, Drouin South

101 acres (approx 40 Hectares) Red to Grey loam soils The King Parrott creek runs through a corner of the property 10 paddocks and yards Water - two very large dams with a pressure system A 30 meg irrigation license As new 2 BR Cottage (low maintenance) Large hay shed, Machinery Shed, old dairy used as a workshop, Cattle yards crush ramp and Jetty • Prior offers considered

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Inspect: Contact: Office:

By Appointment Brian Rodwell 0438 031 566 or Tom Gibson 0438 574 472 Berwick 49 High Street 9707 2000

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JUST LISTEDI

CLYDE NORTH 13 Percheron Way

CRANBOURNE WEST 60 Willora Crescent

Quality Ex Display Home Occupy The Trinity 33 is proudly offered by Orbit homes. This home features a fantastic floor plan with the highest quality fittings and every conceivable extra throughout. It really is the crème de la crème of homes. Featuring ,Gas ducted heating and evaporative cooling system,Dishwasher & stainless steel appliances,Ceasarstone bench tops kitchen and bathrooms,Heat master fireplace to outdoor living and living room Auction Saturday 22 March at 12.30pm

CALLING ALL FAMILIES, INVESTORS AND FIRST HOME BUYERS This lovely home would suit first home buyers or investors,Features included 3 bedroom with BIR, spacious lounge, separate dinning, kitchen with gas cooking, gas heating, double carport, close proximity to public transport, schools and shops, with freshly paint and new carpets, set on a secure block, room in the back yard for all your entertainment 25th March, 2014 at 6.00pm (unless sold prior)

INSPECT Saturday 12.00pm - 12.30pm Photo ID required

Mark Sewell 0413 719 821

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PRICE GUIDE $265,000 plus Buyers INSPECT Saturday 12:00-12:30 Photo ID required

Rams Imer 0450 006 139

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LYNBROOK 36 May Gibbs Crescent

CRANBOURNE NORTH 28 Samantha Crescent

You Little Beauty The moment you step into this beautiful home you will be glad you made the trip. This 3 bedroom plus study home with large open plan living, timber kitchen, large outdoor entertaining area as well as a Spa bath is indeed a Little beauty. Also included is ducted heating, evaporative cooling and two split system cooling units.

Botanical Gardens in Courtenay Gardens Estate! From the inviting front porch to the heart of this attractive home is a combined family/lounge room, a beautifully equipped timber kitchen with plenty of cupboards completed with a long island bench, dining & meals domain. This open-plan space flows into an alfresco area containing stunning gardens leaving abundance of backyard space.

PRICE GUIDE $430,000 - $470,000 INSPECT Inspection by Appointment Photo ID required

Babu Kumar 0421 711 800

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PRICE GUIDE $365,000 - $395,000 INSPECT Saturday 1:00pm-1:30pm Photo ID required

Raul Guzman 0401 188 069

AUCTION THIS SATURDAYI

NARRE WARREN SOUTH 16 Penrose Drive

JUNCTION VILLAGE 1 Jennifer Street

Private, Low Maintenance Living Wonderfully positioned in a quite cul de sac within close proximity to parks, walking tracks and Casey showcasing three well sized bedrooms, master with walk in robes and full ensuite. Modern light filled kitchen offers modern appliances and adjoining family room, along with separate formal lounge. Extras include garage with internal access, ducted heating & air conditioning all in your private court yard setting. Saturday 22nd March at 2.00pm

Auction: Sat 22nd March @ 11am.. This huge family home sits on a great block & offers master with an impressive ensuite & huge walk in robe, multiple living areas which include a formal lounge, family living & rumpus. With a gourmet fully equipped kitchen, stainless steel appliances with plenty of bench, cupboard space & walk in pantry, this kitchen will impress. Other extras include ducted heating & evaporative cooling. Saturday 22nd March at 11.00am

INSPECT Saturday 1.30pm - 2.00pm Photo ID required Mark Sewell 0413 719 821

Stan Coolegem

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Babu Kumar

Barry Plant Cranbourne 134a High Street T 5996 1666

Tony Sullivan

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Veronica Vekony

INSPECT Saturday 10.30am - 11.00am Photo ID required

Deon Pollard 0413 674 844

Deon Pollard

Violet Ross

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

Najeeb Olomi

Mani Chatapuram

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

Auction

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

• New Lease renewed 3 x 3 years 01/06/14 • 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 *All measurements are approximate Matt O’Dea 0448 566 556 Sales • Leasing

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JINDIVICK

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THIS property is situated right in the heart of Jindivick’s showplace farmland, amidst some of Australia’s most fertile and reliable rainfall country.

50 HARVIE ROAD NEERIM JUNCTION

295 TOORONGO VALLEY ROAD, NOOJEE

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. Auction onsite 11.00am Saturday 12th April 2014 Terms: 10% deposit Balance 90-120 Days

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Internet ID: wg3389 View property and more details at www.sej.com.au

5622 3800 Cnr Smith & Queen St, Warragul www.sej.com.au

Inspect: By appointment

In conjunction with

5623 5622 39 Smith Street, Warragul sallyjrealestate.com.au

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A very picturesque getaway in a magniicent mountain valley location. Very close to the famous Toorongo Falls and overlooking the Toorongo River (with trout galore) and enroute to the snowields. Set amidst magniicent established deciduous trees, a two (2) bedroom home plus separate one (1) bedroom cottage. 51 acres (15 cleared and running horses), balance being natural bush climbing to a mountain at the rear of the property. 4km’s from Noojee, 1 ½ hours from Melbourne. Auction onsite 11.00am Saturday 29th March 2014 Terms: 10% deposit - 30/60/90 day settlement Internet ID: wg3235 Inspect Saturday 22nd March – 11.30am-12.15pm View property and more details at www.sej.com.au

sheds. It’s a property with one of the most appealing aspects anywhere in the region just 95km from Melbourne’s CBD, and views to the Baw Baws and Strzelecki ranges.

THIS 128-acre undulating, heavy carrying, chocolate soils property offers the best pastures for beef or dairy (a 16-unit dairy is currently not in use). There’s a solid 1960s, three-bedroom brick veneer home, plus a number of

Price: $1,250,000 Contact: SEJ REAL ESTATE, WARRAGUL, 5622 3800

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QUIRK WARRAGUL

DROUIN DEVELOPMENT SITE Auction

24.28 HECTARES (60 ACRES) OF FLAT TO GENTLY UNDULATING LAND

Drouin 63 Main Neerim Road

Low Density Residential Zoned 7.3 Acres

Warragul 256 Lillico Road

Noted And Well Respected Rural Property

• Outstanding real estate opportunity within the Drouin locality • 2.984 hectares (7.3 acres) of gently sloping land • 2.1km to town centre • 3.5km to freeway • Property adjoins developed low acreage allotments • 6 lot subdivision development site • Current Planning Permit • Superbly positioned Low Density Residential zoned property located in strong residential growth corridor boasting outstanding potential

• 24.28 hectares (60 acres) of ideally balanced lat to gently undulating land • 220m frontage to Lillico Road with long sweeping driveway • 2.1km to town centre • 3.5km to freeway • Premier stud rural holding • Superb position • Scenic aspect • Stunning architect designed 4 bedroom plus study homestead • 2 bathrooms • Extensive living and dining areas • Excellent shedding • Private mature garden setting

Auction Friday, 4th April at 2:00pm on site

For Sale $2,300,000

OUTSTANDING REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITY WITHIN THE DROUIN LOCALITY

A PRIME REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITY IN AN EXCELLENT WARRAGUL LOCATION

Terms: 10% deposit, balance 60/90 days

INSPECTION STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT WITH EXCLUSIVE AGENTS

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5623 6062

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March 29th at 12:00pm Saturday 11:30 - 12:00pm 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Brodie Morris 0466 911 797 Ben Doughton 0431 163 189

Cranbourne 32 Lurline Street

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Private Sale Price Offers Over $380,000 Inspect Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Ben Doughton 0431 163 189

The house with the lot Wow, you don’t find properties like this on a 1000sqm block anymore. This 4 bedroom home comes complete with master bedroom with full ensuite & wir, 2 separate living areas, the first living room at the front of the house that flows through to the main family room with built in surround sound system & open fire place, centralised kitchen with ss dishwasher, gas cook top & electric oven, lots of bench & cupboard space, huge outdoor under cover pergola area, 9 x 8 metre shed with a 4.2m clearance with a mezzanine floor, 2 x 10,000 litre water tanks, in closed carport. The drive way has reinforced concrete that can hold can hold a semi trailer.

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Wishing I was Fishing Neat brick home consisting of 3 generous size bedrooms, master has a walk in robe & full ensuite. Delightful timber kitchen with dishwasher & a beautiful garden bay window overlooking the pergola/ carport area. The kitchen is open plan meals areain design along with open plan formail dining & lounge area. It caters for all year round comfort with a split system reverse cycle & coonara. Good sized shedding & established gardens & only a short stroll to the general store. Fantastic location living by the Westernport Bay, great for the fisherman & only 15 minutes to Cranbourne for all your needs. Be quick to inspect!!!

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April 12th at 12:00pm Saturday 2:30 - 3:00pm 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Katie Maloney 0437 284 449

Nest or invest This 3 bedroom home set in central Cranbourne, close to St Peters College, shops and public transport. Features include: 3 double bedrooms, first and second with built in robes, large family living with open fire place and cathedral ceilings, central kitchen with adjoining meals area, family bathroom with separate shower and bath, and separate toilet, double lock up garage. All this set on a large 589 block with plenty of off street parking.

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GREAT DESIGN, TOP MODEL

BERWICK

LOOKING for the perfect excuse not to build? Why wait? This home is what dreams are made of. Showcasing extraordinary attention to detail, no expense has been spared. This outstanding Metricon family home is highlighted by an aesthetically pleasing interior that truly illustrates why this design has been one of Metricon’s bestselling models for years. The stylish home sits on a goodsized block of about 635sqm with low maintenance gardens including artificial grass. Say goodbye to all the days and hours you put to mow the grass. The house comprises the following: four double bedrooms with wardrobes, master bedroom with en-suite and a walk-in robe. The home features a wide entry leading to a formal living room with a gas log fire, top quality floorboards, high ceilings, an open-plan meals area with deluxe kitchen, sleek cabinetry, plenty of storage, granite benchtops, and beautiful glass splashbacks and downlights throughout. The large family living opens up to the outdoor alfresco area overlooking beautiful water feature where you can entertain your guests all-year round. Close to schools, medical centre, Eden Rise shops and public transport.

130 Moondara Drive Inspect: Sunday, 2.20pm - 2.40pm Price: $550,000 plus Contact: Justin Vida, 0425776622 L. J. HOOKER, HAMPTON PARK, 9702 8388

OPEN HOMES

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CRANBOURNE EDITION

BARRY PLANT, CRANBOURNE - 5996 1666 Cranbourne North 6 Samantha Crescent Cranbourne West 3 Ceres Way Cranbourne North 6 Hoop Pine Court Cranbourne 60 Willora Crescent Clyde North 13 Percheron Way Botanic Ridge 177 Settlersrun Cranbourne North 28 Samantha Crescent Lynbrook 3 Chauncy Way Warren South 16 Penrose Drive Narrew Cranbourne 6-8/2 Murray Court Cranbourne East 1 Tankard Drive Cranbourne East 1 Bushranger Blvd Cranbourne 18 Lansell Drive BARRY PLANT, HAMPTON PARK - 8787 8755 Hampton Park 40 Kerrison Court Endeavour Hills 47 Thomas Mitchell Drive Hampton Park 76 Lesley Drive Hampton Park Unit 2 and 3/37 Somerville Rd Cranbourne 34 Everlasting Blvd Cranbourne 1 Emoh Close Junction Village 1 Jennifer Street

Sat 11:00am- 11:30am Sat 11:00am- 11:30am Sat 12:00pm-12:30pm Sat 12:00-12:30pm Sat 12:00pm-12:30pm Sat 12:00-12:30pm Sat 1:00pm-1:30pm Sat 1:00pm-1:30pm Sat 1:30pm-2:00pm Sat 2:00pm-2:30pm Sat 2:00-2:30pm Sat 3:00pm-3:30pm Sat 3:00pm-3:30pm Sat 2.00pm -2.30pm Sat 11.00am -11.30am Sat 2.00pm -2.30pm Sat 11.00am -11.30am Sat 2.00pm -2.30pm Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm Sat 10.30am -11.00am

BARRY PLANT, HAMPTON PARK - 8787 8755 Hampton Park 1 Mathew Court Hampton Park 35 Willow Drive Lyndhurst 16 Blue Peppermint Court Hampton Park 11 The Glade Hampton Park 23A Winnima Avenue Hampton Park 5 Rimington Court Hampton Park 10 Anderson Close

Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm Sat 11.00am -11.30am Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm Sat 1.00pm -1.30pm Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm Sat 12.00pm -12.30pm Sat 10.30am -11.00am

HARCOURTS, CRANBOURNE - 5991 2777 Endeovour Hills 10 Hutchison Avenue Cranbourne West 6 Pirita place Cranbourne 18 Violet Way Cranbourne 4 Strafford drive Cranbourne North 4 Primrose Court Cranbourne 45 Kingdom Drive Cranbourne 5 Jagger Circuit Cranbourne 2 Aztec place Cranbourne West 125 Monahans Road Narre Warren South 8 Kenton Walk Cranbourne North 150 Rosebank Drive Cranbourne North 122 Rosebank Drive Narre Warren South 115 Golden Grove

Sat 10:30am - 11:00am Sat 11:30am-12:00pm Sat 11:30am - 12:00pm Sat 11:30am-12:00pm Sat 12:30pm-1:00pm Sat 1:00pm-1:30pm Sat 1:30pm-2:00pm Sat 12:30pm-1:00pm Sat 12:30pm-1:00pm Sat 2:30pm-3:00pm Sat 2:30pm-3:00pm Sat 3:15pm-3:45pm Sat 3:30pm-4:00pm

HODGES CRANBOURNE - 5996 5993 Cannons Creek 12 Hardy Avenue Tooradin 3 Makitti Close Cranbourne 41 Duff Street Cranbourne North 3 Fieldstone Crescent Langwarrin 131 Warrandyte Road Blind Bight 5 Egret Court Cranbourne East 22 Tyndall Street Cranbourne 1/2 Evelyne Avenue Cranbourne 32 Lurline Street

Sat 11:00 - 11:30am Sat 11:30 - 12:00pm Sat 12:30 - 1:00pm Sat 12:30 - 1:00pm Sat 12:30 - 1:00pm Sat 1:30 - 2:00pm Sat 1:30 - 2:00pm Sat 2:30 - 3:00pm Sat 2:30 - 3:00pm

LJ HOOKER, CRANBOURNE – 5996 4777 Cranbourne East 3 Collison Road Cranbourne West 14 Linda Drive Cranbourne North 23 Blaxland Drive Cranbourne West 6 Genoa Way Cranbourne North 24 Denham Crescent Cranbourne 4/26 Bakewell Street Cranbourne 2/65 Clarendon Street

Sat 12:00-12:30pm Sat 11:00-11:30am Sat 12.30-1.00pm Sat 1.00-1.30pm Sat 1:30-2:00pm Sat 11.00-11.30am Sat 11.30-12.00pm

MORE AGENTS, MORE HOMES, MORE CHOICE Cranbourne

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BERWICK

LUXURY AND IMMENSE VIEWS Located within minutes of buses, parks and all the delights of central Berwick.

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FROM its elevated cul de sac position, this home enjoys immense views to the south and south-east where the lights and everchanging weather always create a captivating vista. Luxuriously appointed and wonderfully spacious, it features a formal lounge, vast family/meals area, huge kitchen, study and a dining/media room. Upstairs you find a reading nook and viewing terrace plus four robed bedrooms, an ensuite and renovated bathroom. Extras include ducted heating, refrigerated cooling and split-system airconditioners plus a double remote garage and backyard with deck, paved patio and water feature.

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Sat - Wed, 12pm - 5pm

VISIT parkcentralestate.com.au

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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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THIS is the perfect combination of a well presented and practical family home. Comprising four bedrooms, two generoussized living zones, master complete with walk-in robes and ensuite with double vanity making for easy living. The fully appointed kitchen is in the hub of the home complemented with stone benchtops, quality 900ml stainless steel appliances, walk-in pantry and overlooks the large open plan dining and family room. Added desirable features to this home include, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ducted vacuum and stone tops to all wet areas. Moving outdoors, the appeal continues with low maintenance gardens incorporating alfresco entertaining area, double remote garage with direct entry and double side gates perfect for a van, trailer or small boat. Positioned in the sought after Chase

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WELL-LOCATED in the quiet township of Garfield, is this sensational three-bedroom home. ON a 718 square metre block, this home offers the best of indoor and outdoor living. There are three generous-sized bedrooms - master bedroom with walk-in robe and full ensuite plus air-conditioning. The beautifully appointed kitchen has two-pack cupboards, stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher and ample cupboard space. The meals area is tiled, plus there’s a large and bright family room which overlooks the outdoor living area. Ceilings are 2.7 metres, and there’s ducted heating, a 7.5m x 6m garage with remote and rear access. The hard work has been done - move in and enjoy.

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SPECIAL

CRANBOURNE NORTH, 11 Julia Court, Sunday 23rd March, 8am-12pm. Toys, clothes and lots more. A bit of everything!!! HAMPTON PARK, 29 Kerrison Drive, Saturday 22nd March, 9am-4pm, household items, etc.

MOBILITY SCOOTER, deluxe Shoprider, SR889SL, as new, perfect condition, used twice only, includes 4 wheel walker carrier, charger. $1,950. Berwick. 9707 1910. MOBILITY SCOOTER, GC, with accessories, $1,200ono. Phone 0419 209 537. PORTABLE AC, Sterling, EC, minimal use, 1 year old, remote control included. $250. 9796 6766. RIDE ON MOWER, trailer, brush cutter and more to start a business. Trailer 8x5 box, with mower cage, tool box, ramps. Husqvarna ride on mower, 22hp, 42 inch deck, 320 hrs. Stihl brush cutter, Kawasaki brush cutter, 3 lawn mowers, 2 jerry cans and fuel containers, assorted garden tools and much more. $6,450 ono. Call Doug 0407 802 225. RUG, green, floral design, $60. 9707 4402. SCOOTER, motorised, Shoprider, 4 wheels, Panther series, 12 months old, EC, books, spare key, extras, $1,600. 0402 429 317. SIDE TABLE, glass x 1 and coffee table glass x 1. $140. 9707 4402. SPA, outdoor, portable, red cedar cabinet, 3 person, massage jets and lights, 12 months old, hardly used, 1730mm long x 1270mm wide x 830mm deep, ideal for limited space, patio, verandah, etc. Regretful sale. New: $5,000, sell: $2,800. 0409 762 809, 5941 4341.

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

GRAB A GARAGE SALE SIGN PACK ONLY $10.00!

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

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FURNITURE, cane sofa bed, sleeps 2 and x1 wooden coffee table. $250. 9707 4402.

1300 666 808

$10 per m3 Can deliver up to 30m³ loads.

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

5941 5790 PALM TREES

Cheap. Ph: 0437 671 111.

PAKENHAM, 9 Kristina Court, Saturday 22nd March, 8am-4pm. Collectibles, toys, household items, clothing, bargains.

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

ARE YOU HAVING A GARAGE SALE? Place your advert now for only $45 and you will get:

No job too small

$35 Metre Pakenham, Berwick

$37 metre

Narre Warren, Cranbourne • Garden Pebbles • Mulch • Sleepers

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

HELEN'S MASSAGE Women/men. Be relaxed. Phone 0438 540 437.

PETAL’S VELVET TOUCH MASSAGE

TAYLORED ceremonies

534 011

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS

MUSIC LESSONS

For something special Naomi Taylor, Authorised Civil Celebrant

0409 407 519 naomi@tayloredceremonies.com.au

guitar - piano - keyboard bass - drums

All Ages & levels Welcome ENROL NOW!

Narre Warren 9796 7090

C542458-KK26-7 1115925-RMB04-14

NATURAL REMEDIES /HEALING

mindbodylife Hypnotherapy Will change your life!!!

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

Phone 9773 9574, 0412 816 518 www.mindbodylife hypnotherapy.com

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

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

CATS ‘R’ US ★★★★★ Five Star >ƵdžƵƌLJĂƚĐĐŽŵŽĚĂƟŽŶ ĂŶĚ'ŝŌ'ĂůůĞƌLJ www.catsrus.com.au ϮϳϱWƌŝŶĐĞƐ,ǁLJ KĸĐĞƌ͕s/ϯϴϬϵ͘

Small breeds. 5996 5272.

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

Phone: 5941 4578

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

Ph: 9769 9252 themusiccentreberwick.com.au

cats@pakenhamcats.com.au

5941 2516

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

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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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.

AN EXPERIENCED AND QUALIFIED TUTOR In maths for all levels, especially years 11 and 12, 0438 884 258.

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

MEDICAL /NURSING

RECEPTIONIST REQUIRED For permanent casual position in busy local physiotherapy clinic. 16 hours per week, (including 2-3 evenings) with availability to relieve other staff. Experience in the industry an advantage.

Email to info@ narrewarrenphysio.com.au ATT: Anne Livingstone.

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Ellagant Pooches

NEED UK TAX RETURN PREPARED?

EDUCATION & TUITION

GROOMING

Full body.

CELEBRANTS

PIANOFORTE MUSIC COLLEGE & SALES

CHERYLS

Try me now After 5pm. Ph 0412

TAXATION /ACCOUNTING

9702 1642

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

(03) 9707 4740

BEST MASSAGE, experienced masseur, mobile or with studio, best prices. Peter 0417 336 553.

Experienced BOOKKEEPER for your accountant

Delivered in 10 metre loads

MASSAGE THERAPISTS

BOOKKEEPING

MUSIC LESSONS

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

NAR NAR GOON, large paddocks, new arena and day yards. www.snowvie w.net 0438 118 224.

Phone 5945 0600

0447 642 643

PETS & SERVICES

TOP SOIL

HORSES

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

Call Heather 0408 992 812

Having a Garage Sale

MULCH

PAKENHAM, 4 Macadamia Street, Saturday 22nd March, tools, household goods, bric-a-brac.

the paperwork ready SHEEP, 10 Suffolk ewes and one ram. $600. 0400 842 324.

Mulch & Screened Top Soil Cardinia Waste & Recyclers are overstocked

NARRE WARREN, 13 Mayfair Crescent, Saturday 22nd March, 8am-2pm. Moving interstate. Everything must go.

Let me sort & record all

LIVESTOCK

GARDEN /OUTDOOR

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9707-2000 24 hours 49 High Street, Berwick

Solve gas, electricity, utilities, telephone, housing problems. Credit card debt, financial issues etc.

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

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

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

CRANBOURNE, 27 Violet Way, Saturday 22nd March, 8am-3pm. Baby items, furniture, scrapbooking and more.

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CALL US NOW!! Good tenants waiting

PEOPLE’S ADVOCATE

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

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

HAMPTON PARK, close to shops etc, must love dogs, $150pw includes bills. 0415 544 364.

Call Julie

9703 1616 0439 656 044

CRANBOURNE, 2 Jacinta Drive, Saturday 22nd March, 8am-4pm. Moving interstate. Everything must go.

1117717-HM06-14

HAMMOND PLAYER Looking for rock/rhythm /blues players. SMS name and number to 0421 148 008.

LANDLORDS

TO SHARE

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

FOR SALE

C733797-KK40-9

PUBLIC NOTICES & EVENTS

Alex Scott and Staff, Berwick 9707 2000

CABIN ACCOMMODATION, long or short term available, from $140pw. Country surroundings, 7 mins drive to Drouin. Please call Peita/Danny on 5629 9330. No pets please!

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

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Rental Per Week: $310 Date Available: Now Bond: $1343

IRONING

GUITAR OR UKE LESSONS

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Full details are available at: www.casey.vic.gov.au/tenders

OLDER HOME ON LARGE BLOCK

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PROJECT MANAGER - STREET LIGHT CONVERSION PROJECT

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

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Closes 9 April 2014

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

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Contract No CT000115

22 Meg Way, Saturday 22nd March, 9am-1pm. No early birds please. All money raised from potted plants and soft plush animal wheat-bags to go direct to Peter McCallum Institute. Childrens toys, filing cabinet, boxing bag and frame, clothes and general household items.

LvL 1/Unit 10, Cnr Northey & Sth Gippsland Hwy, Lynbrook

C1085644-KK32-13

BERWICK

Berwick

Contract No CT000127

Contact Gail on 0412 534 011

ENROL NOW Teaching, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Keyboard, Drums, Flute, Sax, Clarinet & Vocal. Ph: 8787 8599

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PUBLIC ARTWORK BRONZE SCULPTURE

2 years’ experience, professional and reliable

MUSIC LESSONS

1021237-PJ16-12

BERWICK

PETS & SERVICES

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BEACONSFIELD, 9 Hampton Court, Saturday 22nd March, 8am-1pm. Must see!

Tenders

NEED A HOUSE CLEANER?

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS

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

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

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DOMESTIC C1084264-JL30-13

GARAGE SALES

C784346-SH17-10

CONTRACT & TENDERS

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TO LET

classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

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SERVICE ADVISOR

ADVERTISING SALES EXECUTIVE

As the second in charge, reporting to the Breeder Farm Manager at the site, the company will give the individual an opportunity to undertake training in the following areas: ฀

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POSITIONS VACANT

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The Farm Manager Pakenham Unit 3 Ingham Enterprises Pty. Limited 3 Hall Rd, Pakenham 3810 Email to: kmasterson@inghams.com.au Tel 59977332 between 9.00am and 12.00pm only APPLICATIONS CLOSE BY 5:00PM Friday 28th March 2014

POSITIONS VACANT

Advertising Sales Executive

Tania Butler Display Advertising Manager Star News Group Pty Ltd PO Box 9, Pakenham Vic 3810 Or email to: tania.butler@starnewsgroup.com.au

CLEANER

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Based in our Healesville office, the person we are seeking will have excellent sales skills, be dedicated, team focused, acomplished at managing a sales territory and confident working to budgets and deadlines. To apply please forward your résumé to: Group Advertising Manager, Cameron McKenzie Mail Newspaper Group Pty Ltd PO Box 470, Healesville 3777 Fax: 5962 4057 Email: cameron.mckenzie@yvnews.com.au

Casual, between 9am 3pm. Narre Warren, Berwick, Cranbourne, Pakenham areas. Own transport required. 0411 565 264.

CLIMBER/ GROUNDSMEN

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Wanted for a busy tree lopping business to start asap. Must have own transport and experience. Call John 0401 623 500.

POSITIONS VACANT

CONCRETORS /CONCRETE LABOURERS Required for company in S.E suburbs. Experience in Civil Construction, including footpath and kerb and channel. Call Peter 0419 587 198.

We are looking for a highly motivated Education Support Officer with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to join our growing Kinders Together support team.

WALKERS WANTED

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

Please call us at

1300 654 910 or apply online at WWW.FERMA X .COM.AU

EDUCATION SUPPORT OFFICER

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

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED VEHICLE AN ADVANTAGE

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

The ideal candidate will have a comprehensive understanding of early childhood education and development with qualifications in the fields of education and/or disability.

Telephone enquiries to: Keli Fox 5629 2067 Applications forwarded to: Kinders Together (Employment) PO Box 182, Garfield VIC 3814 Or email: admin@kinderstogether.com.au Closing Date: Monday 24 March 2014

Required for toilet hire business. Experience with crane truck and 8t trucks advantageous. Good written and verbal communication skills required. Contact: noel@grovegroup.com.au or: 0437 711 144

The Education Support Officer is responsible to the Executive Officer and works under daily guidance from the Inclusion Support Coordinator and Program Support Coordinator to directly support our educators.

A full position description, outlining the key selection criteria can be found at www.kinderstogether.com.au All applications require a current resume, the details of two referees and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria.

DRIVER/ SERVICEMAN

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PART TIME RECEPTIONIST Required for busy medical practice in Pakenham. Please email your resume to: stantonymedical@ bigpond.com 1124943-RC12-14

QUALIFIED HAIRDRESSER Part time position. Start immediately. Berwick area. Contact Beverly 9707-1386 or AH, 0419 336 720.

QUALIFIED ROOF TILERS & APPRENTICES WANTED

SECURITY PERSONNEL WANTED

“Providing excellence in education for young children”

POSITIONS VACANT

Required for busy medical practice in Pakenham. Please email your resume to: stantonymedical @bigpond.com

Ben 0421 707 015

Kinders Together is a locally based, not for profit organisation providing management and administrative support to 17 kindergartens within the Shires of Cardinia and Baw Baw.

Central Pre-Mix Concrete Phone 9303 9112 Mon-Fri

PART TIME DIV 1 NURSE

Above award wages paid.

POSITIONS VACANT

Drivers - Concrete Agitator

POSITIONS VACANT

Get paid while you walk !

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Based at our head office in Pakenham, we are seeking an experienced sales person with an excellent sales track record. Negotiating skills, dedication, motivation to succeed and a team focus are important. The person we seek will be able to build rapport easily, be capable of managing a territory and confident in working to budgets and deadlines. Experience in local newspaper advertising sales are not essential, but an advantage. The role involves selling both in print and online advertising solutions to local businesses. Star News Group is an Australian family owned independent publishing company with over 104 years’ experience. This is a full time position and the successful applicant will use their own motor vehicle. If you want to be part of a growing publishing business simply forward your application letter and resume to:

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Pakenham Toyota requires the services of an experienced Service Advisor at their Pakenham Service Centre. You will be part of a team that are responsible for the day to day operations of the service area of this branch. The role would be suitable for someone who is currently in the automotive industry, with a good service understanding, selling ability, organisational skills, coupled with good technical knowledge and an understanding of vehicle parts and repair. The successful candidate will possess savvy business acumen with the hunger to grow and succeed in one of Melbourne’s fastest growing areas. Attention to detail, meticulous presentation, proficient computer skills and exceptional time management will see the right candidate remunerated successfully as the individual and the business grow. We offer great rewards and benefits ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ PakenhamToyota is part of the family owned HFH Auto Group which operates multiple franchises Please email your resume to jason.smith@pakenhamtoyota.com.au

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Farm Supervisor/2IC Ingham Enterprises Pty. Ltd. is seeking to appoint a highly motivated individual to join one of our Breeder farms situated in Pakenham, Victoria. This role is a physical and at certain times of the year repetitive role, main duties include egg collection, vaccination, load out, cleaning, maintenance as well as general farm duties. Ensuring Workplace Health and Safety is a priority.

POSITIONS VACANT

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Seeking suitable candidates to enter the security crowd control industry. Will organise training. Ongoing work available. Steve 0419 352 093.

SEEKING A BALANCED WORK LIFE? Distribute Catalogues close to home. Flexible hrs Up to $150/wk.

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FIBREGLASS LAMINATORS

HAIRDRESSERS

Experienced fiberglass laminators and fitters required. Immediate start. Dandenong based company. Please phone reception: 9706 0099.

LADIES/MENS We are currently seeking qualified, motivated people to join us to work with other highly skilled hairdressers. Pakenham, Cranbourne and Berwick areas. Call 0413 108 523.

STRUCTURAL/ CIVIL ENGINEER Work locally on a broad range of projects based all over Australia. Opportunities for career progression in a supportive, team-driven environment. Minimum 3 years experience, salary negotiable. Please email resume to: m.spencer@wspe.com.au


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PROFESSIONAL

BOOKKEEPER We are a small bookkeeping business in Pakenham that requires a Full Time Bookkeeper with the following knowledge and experience: ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀฀

Amazing opportunity for a skilled Physiotherapist to join a well established multidisciplinary team in beautiful Emerald, Victoria. Flexible hours available, with generous remuneration, commission for all services. Commission will be based on experience. The successful candidate will be required to work some Saturdays, and some early evenings- as all other practitioners do. Those willing to settle for hospital work need not apply, we need an ambitious and hard-working Physio with the skills to step into a well developed patient list. Case mix involves a high level of sports, industrial, semi-rural injuries, post surgical rehab, and complex multi trauma patients. Opportunities are available for experience in Aquatic Physiotherapy, Aged Care, and with Sports Teams. The successful candidate will have: ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ registration ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ treatment ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ knowledge Please email your CV and cover letter to Vanessa at hillsphysiotherapy@hotmail.com

Please post resumes to: Attn: David Smith PO Box 276, Pakenham VIC 3810 Or email: employment@pentagonbookkeeping.com.au ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

RECEPTIONIST TRAINEE LJ Hooker Hampton Park

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We are looking for a receptionist to join our busy real estate office. You will be our office’s first point of contact; therefore you will need to be well presented and have good people skills. You will be responsible for answering calls, greeting clients and assisting both the sales and property management departments with enquiries and general administration support. This is a full time position – weekdays and Saturdays. Previous reception experience would be an advantage but not necessary as training can be provided to the right person. Commencing salary $24,000pa.

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

Margueritte Flower was in high spirits during the Holi Festival of Colours. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

Holi colours By BRIDGET COOK WET weather did not dampen the spirits of the hundreds of people who turned out to celebrate the Holi Festival of Colours in Lynbrook on Saturday. The Lynbrook Residents Association (LRA) and Jasmine Stores hosted the traditional Hindu festival, where more than 500 people celebrated the colourful affair. There were a couple of hours of fun at Banjo Paterson Park, before a stormed rolled in

about 6pm - but that didn’t affect most as they stayed on to dance in the rain. LRA events manager Vanessa Watson said despite the rain, the event was extremely successful even though the Bollywood moonlit cinema screening had to be cancelled due to the weather. “Everyone in attendance had an amazing time and we have been so excited and enthused by the feedback we have received,” she said. “The powdered area was a

huge hit, and was enjoyed by all ages, and by people from many cultures. “Even during the heaviest of the rain, people still enjoyed the colour area and were seen dancing in the rain. “Holi traditionally has a water element and our committee did discuss rigging up an overhead irrigation system to have a wet holy area. “We decided against it for logistical reasons, but Mother Nature went ahead with the idea anyway.”

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

FULL TIME / PART TIME BARISTAS REQUIRED

We Work with employers and employment partners to create job roles and candidates ready for the workforce, We are on the lookout for people interested in warehouse roles. Candidates will receive: ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

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Ankita, Jia and Devesh were dowsed in colour. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

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RESUMES /EMPLOYMENT SERVICES YOUR RESUME Designed for results. Call Tony: 8790 1726. resumesthatwin.com.au

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Please send resume to: hiringaccount2014@outlook.com PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS

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We are looking for several customer-orientated individuals to work in our Berwick, Berwick South and Hampton Park stores. Early starts and weekend work involved. ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

Now Recruiting Warehousing

QUALIFIED DIESEL MECHANIC Required to work on late model American drive line fleet, also servicing and repairs to trailer fleet at our Koo Wee Rup depot.

Real tradies... right now...

Onkar and Aimee celebrate the HoIi Festival of Colours.

Every week in Trades and Services!

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Phone Mick on: 0408 556 299 Kitco Transport.

Keeping fit with Fernwood

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Connie Meier enjoyed the festival with her children Charlie and Heidi. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

Fernwood staff Ebony Mumford, Joy Drake, Jess Bull, Janaine Ashby, Gillian Hall and Lyn Murray are at hand to help clients keep fit. They are situated at 100 Victor Crescent , Narre Warren, and can be contacted on 9705 1999. 116122


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Turf 1 aim triumph By JARROD POTTER REGAINING promotion to Turf 1 was the only objective this season for Cranbourne. After demotion to Turf 2 in 2008/09, Cranbourne has chipped away at a premiership tilt - recruiting strongly and making its best line-up in years. The hard work paid dividends on Sunday as Cranbourne (350) completely dominated the Southern Pirates (129) at Arch Brown Reserve to regain promotion back into Turf 1. Battling for promotion, the early inroads of Pirates bowler Matthew Perry (3/54 overnight) - getting the important wicket of Cranbourne captain Trevor Johnston (0) - started to turn the match in the Pirates favour before the Eagles middle order swooped. Daniel Polson (107) belted his first century of the season when it counted most - anchoring with Ben Maroney (59) to put on 119 in an outstanding fourth-wicket stand. The next partnership accrued 75 as Te Ahu Davis (31) put them on with the centurion. “It was a super important partnership,” Cranbourne captain-coach Trevor Johnston said. “We were 3/44 - super important and the pitch was doing a bit of sideways movement and it set us up to really push on with things. “The rain didn’t help us a great deal - slows you down a little bit but the way those two batted set us up for a bit of a launch.” Chris George (36) arrived for Cranbourne next as Vibhav Damodaran (2/76) got some revenge on the boys who belted him about. Faisal Payenda (24) and Matthew Weller (30) kept the initiative going as play was called off early due to rain. A quick smash-about on Sunday morning got the Cranbourne tally to three-and-a-half centuries; a monstrous tally for the Pirates to walk in and try to chase down.

Daniel Polson walks off Arch Brown Reserve after a magnificent century in Cranbourne’s premiership win over Southern Pirates. The Eagles will now play in the topflight of DDCA cricket next season. 117101 Picture: BIANCA RICH

Cranbourne players celebrate their DDCA Turf 2 premiership win over Southern Pirates. Back from left; Lucas Ligt, Akaati Pupuke, Jordan Cleland, Daniel Polson, Matthew Weller and Chris George. Front; Brendan Wood, Ben Maroney, Trevor Johnston, Cameron Kelly, TeAhu Davis and Faisal Payenda. 117108 Picture: Bianca Rich The Pirate effort was disappointing as none of their usual stars stepped up in the crunch moment. They were completely circling the drain at 7/65, following a rampage of Davis (4/41) and Cameron Kelly (3/32) early. Some respectability was granted via fighting knocks off Pirates’ Shannon Rozario (37) and Perry (22 not out), but their resistance was short-lived as Cranbourne took the last scalp and with it hoisted the Turf 2 premiership cup and returned to the top grade in the DDCA. “We’ve got a pretty good side, so it’s a little bit of relief in the end,” Johnston said.

“Good side of players, but sometimes champion players don’t make a champion side. “There were a few emotions excitement, relief, and all rolled into one. Eight months of hard work and this year they made it pretty clear that anything less than a premiership was a fail - it creates a bit of pressure, but we did what we had to do I suppose. Johnston was given a one-year contract last year, but a premiership cup sitting down with him and promotion back to the top grade make for good talking points at negotiations. The captain was pleased with the support of “Shaun Petrie - our presi-

dent - he always gives us fantastic support, and with a guy like that at the top you can’t go wrong,” Johnston said. “The committee is a very supportive committee - never gone without and that’s what it takes. “It isn’t just the 11 blokes on the day and that’s what Cranbourne really do - they’re very supportive behind the scenes and a pleasure to work with them. Aims for next year will be threshed out in the next few weeks, but Johnston wants to recruit another top-order batsman and hopefully another spinner to give the Eagles the best chance in Turf 1.

DDCA TURF 2 GRAND FINAL SCORECARD CRANBOURNE 1ST INNINGS J Cleland c V Damodaran b MJ Perry ............................ 10 +L.T. Ligt b N. Kumar ...................................................... 7 *T. Johnston lbw b M.J. Perry .......................................... 0 B. Maroney b B. Vantwest ............................................. 59 D. Polson c A. Ganesh b V. Damodaran .......................107 T. Davis c M.J. Perry b V. Damodaran ............................ 31 C.K. George lbw b M.J. Perry......................................... 36 F. Payenda c S. Rozario b N. Kumar .............................. 24 M.L. Weller c S. Rozario b M.J. Perry............................. 30 A. Pupuke c J.R. Brohier b N. Kumar ............................. 10 C.P. Kelly not out............................................................. 0 Extras (nb 3, w 2, b 23, lb 6) 34 Total 350 Overs 82.2 FOW: 27 (L.T. Ligt) 28 (T. Johnston) 44 (J. Cleland) 163 (B. Maroney) 238 (D. Polson) 267 (T. Davis) 289 (C.K. George) 326 (F. Payenda) 350 (M.L. Weller) 350 (A. Pupuke). Bowling: N. Kumar 26.2-5-3-92. M. Perry 27-9-4-64. S. Ulbrick 8-0-0-37. J. Brohier 3-0-0-24. B. Vantwest 4-1-126. V. Damodaran 14-0-2-76. SOUTHERN PIRATES 1ST INNINGS J.R. Brohier c A. Pupuke b T. Davis................................ 11 V. Damodaran c J. Cleland b C.P. Kelly ............................ 5 CJ Perry lbw b CP Kelly ................................................... 0 A. Ganesh b C.P. Kelly ................................................... 16 *N. Kumar c F. Payenda b T. Davis .................................. 5 B. Vantwest c L.T. Ligt b T. Davis ..................................... 9 S. Ulbrick b T. Davis ........................................................ 3 +S. Rozario c M.L. Weller b A. Pupuke .......................... 37 N. Perera c T. Davis b A. Pupuke ................................... 13 M.J. Perry not out ......................................................... 22 D. Beauchamp b A. Pupuke ............................................ 0 Extras (nb 4, w 2, b 1, lb 1) 8 Total 129 Overs 41.2 FOW: 8 (C.J. Perry) 8 (V. Damodaran) 34 (J.R. Brohier) 38 (A. Ganesh) 42 (N. Kumar) 55 (S. Ulbrick) 65 (B. Vantwest) 100 (S. Rozario) 121 (N. Perera) 129 (D. Beauchamp). Bowling: T. Davis 18-6-4-41. C. Kelly 15-6-3-32. A. Pupuke 5.2-0-3-23. F. Payenda 3-0-0-31.

Hoy brings ultimate joy to Hills By JARROD POTTER

Endeavour Hills under-17s claimed a DDCA junior premiership on Sunday morning. (In batting order) - Aiden De La Motte, Rhyss Wilson, Andrew Humphries, Jack Jessiman, Zach Allen, Nick Cigetic, captain Alistair Read, Chanuka Perera, Tallha Ahmed, Lachlan Cummins, Alistair Christy, Tyson Hoy with coaches Henry Picture: JARROD POTTER Vettivelu and Claud Reid. 116885

WHAT a finish! COMING down to the last ball of the innings, Narre North (8/192) was just bested by some nimble fielding from Endeavour Hills (195) outfielder Tyson Hoy to give the Eagles the DDCA under 17-1 premiership. Endeavour Hills had posted a strong tally on Saturday morning with Rhyss Wilson (79) the starring Eagle with chip-in efforts from team mates Andrew Humphries (16) and Tallha Ahmed (17) down the order. Foxes all-rounder and captain Josh Battle (3/29), Trent Thomas (2/25), Stephen Brooks (2/28) and Hayden Ross (2/42) all feasted on Eagles in the bowling innings. The reply from Narre North was developing nicely as opening wicketkeeper-batsman Devin Pollock (48) flayed

the first significant score of the innings. Next up to the mark was the captain. Battle (61 not out) was exceptional as he rotated the strike, hit the bad ball and kept his side in the match as wickets fell around him. Needing 13 runs off the final over to tie the match - which would’ve resulted in a Narre North win for its better record - Battle and Ben Ingham (2 not out) pushed a number of hard twos to give Narre North a slim chance on the last ball - needing a six to take the premiership. Steaming in for the last ball of the match, Chanuka Perera (2/28) bowled a fullish delivery that Battle got under in a big way. It sailed towards the boundary, with only the man on the rope, Hoy, between it and a likely six to win the premiership. Hoy got under the ball and

managed to deflect the ball back into play to stop the six within inches of the rope. Controversy erupted from there as Narre North parents on the boundary believed it was six and Endeavour Hills players and parents started cheering in joy. All eyes turned to the umpire for a verdict. After an anxious few seconds of deciding, it was Endeavour Hills who were able to start their celebrations after the umpire’s hands remained by his side. “Absolutely great feeling,” Endeavour Hills captain Alistair Read said. “Couldn’t ask for a better result it’s great.” “Just want to thank to the parents every week for getting us down here and thanks to the club.” For all the DDCA Grand Final results ... turn to page 52.

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Cavs romp home By JARROD POTTER FOUR and zero. It has a nice ring to it driving back down the Goulburn Valley Freeway. Casey Cavaliers swept their northern road trip with the Big V Division 2 mens and womens sides far too strong for their double-header opponents - Wodonga Wolves and Shepparton Gators. Saturday night was started strongly by the Casey women, grinding out a 62-59 win over the Wolves. The heavy rotation plan, which took Casey into back-to-back grand finals, continued to pay off in season 2014 as Amy Mcfarlane (12 points)

led from the front in her first match as Big V captain. A scare to starter Lara Pauline ruled her out of Sunday’s clash against the Gators, with worries of a serious knee injury after Saturday night’s clash. Pauline was cleared of ACL damage and the Cavaliers women had their second match in as many days under control even without their star guard. The Cavaliers men opened the account on Saturday night with a 24-point win over the Wolves. Despite Wodonga running back into the match late in the clash, Casey’s early form including a scintillating 27-point

opening quarter, was too much for the Wolves to contain. Import Matt Pebole (19 points, four rebounds) made his presence felt early, as did Matt Witherden (16 points, 9 rebounds) and Dean Johnson (13 points, 8 rebounds). Cavaliers women started the Shepparton stop on Sunday afternoon with a 76-49 win over the newly introduced Gators. Tall tower Jess Szalek (17 points, 12 rebounds) knocked in the first of many double-doubles for this season while Sammy Johnson (14 points) and Natalie Dowdy (12 points, 8 rebounds) also impressed from limited minutes. Sweeping the weekend with the biggest match on the sched-

ule, Casey’s men took a six-point win over the Gators to make it a winners’ weekend all around. Shepparton jumped Casey early - stealing an eight-point lead at quarter-time, but shot by shot the Cavaliers rode back into the fray. Casey pushed ahead in the fourth quarter to take the momentous win as Pebole (30 points, eight rebounds) put his hand up as a superstar of the division. Witherden (17 points, 6 rebounds) also continued his scoring spree. Cavaliers women host Melbourne University on Saturday night while the men travel to face another debutante team Oakleigh Warriors.

Matt Pebole made the league pay attention to Casey Cavaliers basketball with a 49-point weekend across his two matches. 116477 Picture: JARROD POTTER

Matt rapt with timing By JARROD POTTER

Matthew de Bruin jumped for joy with a silver medal at the Australian Junior Athletics Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS Championships. 75014

MATT De Bruin showed Australia what Casey Cardinia athletes can achieve on the big stage. De Bruin, 18, from Pakenham, scorched .17 of a second off his personal best at the Athletics Australia Junior Championships, held last week in Sydney, and in the process secured a silver medal in his beloved 110-metre hurdles just behind Ivor Metcalf by .02 of a second. “I ran a 13.76 and I was absolutely stoked,” de Bruin said. “I was absolutely rapt - to run such a great time, it was a big PB and to be beaten running such a big PB I wasn’t that disappointed as I couldn’t run any better.” Nerves wracked de Bruin on the starter’s blocks, but after a year of hard toil on the training track, he knew it was time to excel. “Got to the starting line and I felt different - didn’t really know what I felt as I’ve never felt that nervous,” de Bruin said. “I didn’t feel anything - my body was in shock. I’ve had 11 months of training - I started back in April last year for this one race - and it was finally here and this

was really it.” In a three-way showdown between two other world junior qualifiers from New South Wales - Metcalf and Harrison Andrews - de Bruin held his own and almost managed to out-stride Metcalf on the line for the national championship. “I didn’t have the greatest start and I was up there and the top three of us who ran world junior qualifiers were neck and neck all the way up to the fifth hurdle and one of the guys smashed a hurdle and his race was over,” de Bruin said. “Me and one of the other blokes were going at it - he was maybe half a metre ahead of me coming to the last hurdle and my sprint. “I tried to sprint my heart out and just missed by .02 and I managed to chase him down on the sprint and if there was another metre I would’ve been able to beat him.” The young hurdler, who studies at Beaconhills College, ran his third IAAF World Junior Championships qualifying time at the meet and his success should hopefully translate into a place on the Australian team heading to the international meet in Eugene, Oregon. The Australian team for the World Juniors is set to be announced this week.

City subdued in opener QUIZ NUMBER 1245 1. IN what sport did Jerry Maguire manage several leading stars? 2. WHO was the first boxer to regain the world heavyweight crown? 3. WHICH golfer won four Australian Open titles and then retired after a big lottery win? 4. WHICH famous horse won 33 races from 43 starts at the turn of the 20th century? 5. WHAT is the man who steers a rowing crew known as? 6. WHICH Australian appeared in four Wimbledon singles finals, losing every time? 7. WHERE in the USA were the 1980 Winter Olympics held? 8. WHO scored 182 runs in his final Test innings in 1984? 9. IN what sport is the Queen’s Prize awarded? 10. WHICH swimming stroke was used for the first time in Olympic competition at Melbourne in 1956? 11. WHICH Aussie golfer was once made an offe r to pose nude in Playboy magazine? 12. WHICH well known winemaker skippered an Australian America’s Cup challenger? 13. WHAT is a sequence of scoring strokes in snooker known as? 14. AT which course did Greg Norman score his 1986 British Open golf triumph? 15. WHAT game traditionally kicks off the English soccer season? 16. WHICH Pakistani cricketer scored 499 in a first class match?

18. WHICH US boxer was stripped of his world title because he wouldn’t join the army? 19. WHO was the first Australian wicket-keeper to score a century in Test cricket? 20. HOW many medals did Carl Lewis win at the 1984 Olympics?

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FROM raining goals to just plain, old raining, the first round of the new soccer season proved interesting for Dandenong City. Dandenong City couldn’t rouse a win from its first National Premier Leagues (NPL) Victoria 1 clash - downed by North Geelong SC 1-2. Switching from Dandenong Thunder in the off-season, recruits Stephen Topalovic and Keegan Ziada (10’) started off with a bang. Ziada threatened North Geelong down the left wing all match as he and Damien Miskulin created problems for the defenders. Dandenong City opened the account with Ziada, forcing the North Geelong goalkeeper Frano Saric to deflect the initial volley before Ziada finished the job. North Geelong fought back with goals to Matthew Townley (14’) soon afterwards and the go-ahead goal from Vito Chichello (31’) just before the half. From there on, the skies

Dandenong City’s Halil Gur slides in against North Geelong’s Picture: JARROD POTTER Michael Bojar. 116839

opened as heavy rain forced the match into a heavy-slog in the puddles. Dandenong City had its chances, but couldn’t grasp the equaliser.

The NPL takes a weekend off for Dockerty Cup matches, with Dandenong City facing North Geelong once again, but this time in Geelong in the fourth round clash.

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400 an epic tale CASEY Netball Association hosted 44 senior teams on Sunday at their annual Pre Season Cup. Over 400 netballers participated in over 200 mini games resulting in three competitive finals series. Ten A Grade teams fought out a close section all day with Crib Point and Narre Warren contesting the grand final. With scores level at the final whistle the clubs played another three minutes each end where Narre Warren took their opportunity to steal a three-goal victory. Fourteen teams played in the B Grade section with clubs travelling from Swan Reach, Warragul and beyond. Narre Warren and Lang Lang contested the grand final after both winning their semi finals by the narrowest of margins. Narre Warren stepped up to another level in the grand final winning 14 to three. The C Grade grand final was challenged by Zanners and Ariels. After topping their ladders and winning their semi finals, the two clubs fought out a goal for goal match with a penalty shot after the siren securing the victory for Zanners. With the PCN Football Netball League season beginning next month, coaches took the opportunity to see their players under pressure against quality opposition. With player movement, people returning from injuries and returning to the game after having babies the 2014 season looks like being hotly contested in the Casey Cardinia and Nepean leagues.

From back left – Lindsay Brown, Ian Adams, Harold De Bona, Terry Evans (vice captain), Hughie Brown (captain), and Geoff Cuckson reunited to reminisce about their 1964 premiership win. 117052 Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT

A half century of Seagulls ONE in… all in! The boys of Tooradin’s victorious 1963-64 under-15 premiership team were known for their team-first mentality. It’s what made them so successful. On Saturday, during the first day of the current-day Seagulls’ Premier side’s semi-final against Cardinia, they converged on the Tooradin Sports Club for a reunion - to remember their glory days. But this was no ordinary gathering - the 1963-64 side, made up of players ranging from eight years-of-age to 15, won the first official premiership of the Berwick Pakenham Cricket Association and this year marks 50 years since their win.

Above: Casey Cardinia A Grade netball team Narre Warren won the Casey Netball Association’s preseason tournament, beating Crib Point in overtime by three goals. 116876 Pictures: CASEY NETBALL ASSOCIATION Right: The Magpies’ success continued in the B Grade competition as well, with Narre Warren defeating Lang Lang 14-3 in the final. 116876

The Tooradin under-15 premiership as it lined up in the 1963-64 season.

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Rivals vie for glory

WGCA SemiFinal Results PREMIER Cardinia 7/158(cc) (T. Darose 37, S. Parrott 30) d Tooradin 135 (B. Spicer 40, N. Barfuss 6/41). Kooweerup 4/147 (C. O’Hara 65, S. Dole 31) d Pakenham 145 (C. Smith 45, R. Lehman 33, D. Paynter 28, C. O’Hara 5/53, S. Dole 4/42). DISTRICT Beaconsfield 2/196 (B. Johnson 138 n.o., C. Kelf 26) d NNG/Maryknoll 9/195(cc) (S. Lewis 39, J. Somers 36 J. Lownds 32, M. Lewis 25, G. Scales 3/44). Lyndhurst Vikings 6/250(cc) (J. Hameeteman 106, D. Spencer 100) d Cranbourne Meadows 233 (L. Murdoch 107, C. Guinane 47, B. Murdoch 41, S. Henry 3/56). SUB-DISTRICT Officer 9/220(cc) (P. Singh 84, S. Dillon 29, P. Pattison 4/54, A. Tagliaferro 3/89) d Nyora 79 (G. Easton 41n.o., B. Reid 5/31, A. Reid 3/17). Cardinia 8/164 (R. Campbell 42, T. Wheller 35, J. Thompson 3/57) d Tooradin 8/161(cc) (M. Ralph 51 n.o., D. Freeman 45, B. Browne 3/47). WGCA GRAND FINAL FIXTURES PREMIER Sat/Sun 1pm Kooweerup v Cardinia at Holm Park Reserve #1. DISTRICT Beaconsfield v Lyndhurst Vikings at Perc Allison Oval. SUB-DISTRICT Officer v Cardinia at Officer #2. B GRADE Sat/Sun 1.30pm Emerald v Tooradin at Pakenham Upper Rec. Reserve. C GRADE Kooweerup v Pakenham at Kooweerup Rec. Reserve. D GRADE Cranbourne Meadows v Emerald at Lawson Poole Rec. Reserve. E GRADE Officer v Merinda Park at Officer #1. F GRADE Pakenham v Tooradin at Toomuc Reserve #2. UNDER 17 Sat/Sun 8.30am Beaconsfield v Tooradin at Holm Park Reserve #1. UNDER 15 Sat/Sun 8.30am Upper Beaconsfield v Kooweerup at Upper Beaconsfield Rec. Reserve. UNDER 13 NORTH Thur/Fri 5pm Upper Beaconsfield Maroon v Officer at Holm Park Reserve #1. UNDER 13 SOUTH Thur/Fri 5pm Kooweerup Blue v Clyde at Kooweerup Rec. Reserve.

By RUSSELL BENNETT THE battle lines have been drawn and the stage set - this weekend’s West Gippsland Cricket Association grand finals promises to be nothing short of enthralling. The Premier division’s biggest rivalry will be reignited with Kooweerup and Cardinia battling it out at Holm Park Road in Beaconsfield. Both made it through after upset wins in the semi-final stage - over Pakenham and Tooradin respectively - and are set to face off in their third Premier grand final battle in seven seasons. Tooradin star wicket keeper-batsman Tom Hussey watched on from the sidelines in frustration during the weekend’s semifinal - unable to recover in time from his thumb injury, while Cal O’Hare and Aaron Avery were both dismissed in unlucky circumstances. The likes of Ben Spicer, Dylan Sutton and Sean Wilson tried gallantly to chase down Cardinia’s 158, but fell 23 runs short. Tooradin was the red-hot favourite to win back-toback Premier crowns this season and no doubt falling short will just spur them on

to come back even hungrier in 2014/15. Meanwhile, the District decider this weekend looks just as scintillating as the Premier clash. The top dogs all season long - or should we say top cats - have been the boys from the Beaconsfield Tigers den. They’ll start hot-favourites for promotion back to Premier against Lyndhurst, but the Vikings can’t be underestimated following their stirring win over Cranbourne Meadows at Lineham Oval on the weekend. The other top-flight grand final coming up on 22 and 23 March is Officer’s clash with Cardinia. It wasn’t that long ago that Officer was competing in Premier division, and a win this weekend would see them one step closer to returning. Cardinia, meanwhile, is the only club in WGCA Sub-District not represented by its first XI. With the likes of Alex Nooy (310 runs in Sub-District this season) and Pat Nolen (288) set to lineup for the Bulls against the Demons on the big stage in the Premier grand final, the Sub-District side will need a steady stream of contributions from the top of their order to the bottom.

Ben Spicer – pictured here launching into a pull shot – was gallant with the willow in Tooradin’s WGCA Premier grade semi-final loss to Cardinia. 116759 Picture: DONNA OATES

DDCA Turf 1 Grand Final

Kumara gets all but one

DDCA Grand Final

By JARROD POTTER

DDCA GRAND FINAL RESULTS TURF 1 (Match in progress at Keysborough Reserve) Springvale South 6/143 (C Slocombe 71 n.o., M. Aslett 3/32, S. Spoljaric 2/35) v Parkfield 241 (S. Spoljaric 106, M. Aslett 46, S. Doig 28, Y. Kumara 9/60). TURF 2 Cranbourne 350 (D. Polson 107, B. Maroney 59, C. George 36, T. Davis 31, M. Weller 30, M. Perry 4/64, N. Kumar 3/92, V. Damodaran 2/76) d Southern Pirates 129 (S. Rozario 37, T. Davis 4/41, A. Pupuke 3/23, C. Kelly 3/32). TURF 3 Heinz Southern Districts 8/334(cc) (S. Bandaranayake 115, M. Downe 90, R. Davies 41, J. Hobbs 3/24) d Buckley Ridges 169 (S. Mckenna 61, M. Downe 3/20, J. Philpin 3/20). TURF 4 Parkdale 215 (D. Scerri 61, R. Scerri 40 n.o., M. Weeding 3/44) d Springvale 208 (B. Mantripragada 63, M. Abbott 50, R. Sahota 26, T. Harsha 25, A. Reid 3/41). TURF 5 (Match in progress at Carroll Reserve #2) Buckley Ridges 176 (R. Jayadeva 90) v Narre South 8/139 (J. Thom 46 M.A. Nelson 30, N. Beaver 3/49). UNDER 17 Under 17-1: Endeavour Hills 195 d Narre North 8/192. Under 17-2: Parkfield 4/100 d North Dandenong 97. Under 17-3: Doveton 6/123 d Narre Warren 7/122cc. UNDER 15 Under 15-1: Springvale South 8/176cc d Cranbourne 126. Under 15-2: Hampton Park 7/134cc drew Noble Park 9/134cc. Under 15-3: Cranbourne 9/169cc d Southern Pirates 85. UNDER 13 Under 13-1: Berwick Springs 8/139cc d Berwick 9/123cc. Under 13-2: Berwick Springs 4/121 d North Dandenong 6/117cc. Under 13-3: Springvale South 6/72 d Berwick Springs 71 (J. Karpathakis 3/0). Under 13-4: Buckley Ridges 257 d Narre South 137.

SPRINGVALE South (6/143) is up against it against Parkfield (242), after Steve Spoljaric (106) revived the Bears premiership hopes late on Saturday. Yoshan Kumara (9/60) destroyed anyone that came near his ferocious in-swingers from the Cheltenham Road end. Kumara at one stage on Saturday afternoon had the enviable figures of 5/14 having been on a hat-trick twice in the innings. No great effort came from the Parkfield top order as they all succumbed to the Kumara-onslaught. It left all the premiership hopes on the shoulders of Parkfield’s most consistent character. Steve Spoljaric (106) showed why there is a trio of Alan Wookey Medals around his neck as he started the revival. A welcome sight back in the top ranks in the DDCA was at the other end to Spoljaric, as Shane Doig (28) helped the captain drag the Bears out of trouble. Doig and Spoljaric played dour and controlled innings to get to tea unbeaten and most importantly, with Parkfield at 6/127. The pair notched their 100-run partnership soon after the main break before Doig’s valiant resistance came to an end via Kumara finding the

edge and delivering it straight into Dylan Quirk’s waiting gloves - his third of the first day. Spoljaric and Matt Aslett (46) added a further 82 more for the eighth wicket - highlighting the depth of Parkfield’s attack with the lower order once again chipping in for significant runs. Spoljaric raised the bat as the weather turned and the rain started falling. It was his third century of the season and his fourth against Springvale South - who are quickly becoming his bunnies. Sunday started badly for Parkfield as Aslett (46) lost his bails to Kumara - the quick’s seventh scalp in an impressive 20 overs. Kumara’s eighth wicket was the best one yet - getting the edge off Spoljaric to end the magical innings for 106. A rear-guard innings from the last partnership, led by Shane Bell (20 not out) kept the Bloods at bay before Kumara claimed his ninth wicket to finish with figures of 9/60. “Yeah, it’s really good and I’m really happy,” Kumara commented on his big haul. “It’s my first time in Australia and I’m very happy with my Springvale South team and all the support from the young team.” In reply Craig Slocombe (71 not out) was the only Bloods’ batsman able to stay strong at the crease against the revived partnership of Matt

Yoshan Kumara celebrates another wicket en route to 9/60 as Parkfield’s Travis D’Souza can only look at his stumps in Picture: JARROD POTTER dismay. 116838 Aslett (3/32) and Spoljaric (2/35), this time with ball in hand. Jackson Sketcher (18) provided great support to Slocombe in a match-saving 77run partnership before Sketcher fell LBW to Doig (1/28). This weekend, 44 overs will be bowled to decide the Turf 1 champion.

Stingrays get charged up at season’s death knock By JARROD POTTER

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LAST hitouts proved successful for Dandenong Stingrays and Gippsland Power ahead of their TAC Cup season opener on 29 March. Dandenong coach Craig Black said the structural and strategic planning had paid off for the Stingrays and the young squad had started to mesh well in the final practice matches at Garfield Recreation Reserve on Sunday. “From our point of view we got what we wanted out of it - guys to get some game time and work on

some structures and game plans,” Black said. “The longer the game went the better the boys got. “We get the week off now… do some match practice on the weekend… train on Saturday morning, and round one will be a step up from the practice game… we have to make sure we’re switched on.” Black highlighted the efforts of Jack Lonie, Blake Mullane and Rourke Fischer, while in the earlier game, names for the future Bailey Rice - son of Carlton defender Dean

- and Jake Lovett - son of Melbourne champion Brett - ran circles around the Power. On a more local note, Doveton champion Stuart Batten would’ve been proud of his progeny Lachlan’s starring effort in the under-18 first game and Beaconsfield’s Thomas Glen also put his name on the radar of the coach ahead of round one selection. The round one clash at Morwell is a tough nut for Dandenong to crack, with the Stingrays unable to shut down the Power in recent matches there, but Black is positive

his side can charge ahead this time. “It’s always a really physically encounter and they’re bloody tough to beat at home - one in the last four or five years since we’ve beaten them in round one… or longer,” Black said. “We’ll definitely be doing everything we can in the next week in and a half to prepare for Gippy… they’re always strong and physical… the boys better be up for a challenge.” Dandenong will announce its captain next week before their opening TAC Cup clash.

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TO AVOID interfering with the original shape, the 2014 Optima has received only a minor revamp, to the grille and the front and rear bumpers. Four-part front foglights, as installed in the topline Optima Platinum we tested, are a clever feature that really makes the car stand out. Inside, there’s a more upmarket theme as the designers have replaced many of the chromed items with a satin finish. The centre console gets the piano-black look but after a couple of days it had already attracted enough dust to look decidedly scruffy. All the latest Optima models get their entertainment from a six-speaker audio system with MP3, Aux and Bluetooth. Major functions can be accessed through steering wheel controls. The addition of satellite navigation to the Optima SLi and Platinum models is a real plus. It’s controlled through a seven-inch touchscreen and as a bonus receives Suna traffic warnings. Mechanically, the revised Kia Optima continues

Si 2.4-litre petrol four-door sedan: $30,990 (automatic); SLi 2.4-litre petrol four-door sedan: $35,990 (automatic); Platinum 2.4-litre petrol four-door sedan: $40,490 (automatic).

to use a large 2.4-litre petrol engine producing 148 kW of power and 250 Nm of torque. Balance shafts and careful design details keep out the vibration that would once have plagued a four-cylinder engine of this capacity. The engine drives through a six-speed automatic transmission with manual overrides offered by way of paddle shifters. There’s no full-manual gearbox as Australian drivers in this class of vehicle have grown out of manuals. As well as the usual safety features that gain a five-star crash-test rating the latest Kia Optima has numerous systems to let drivers avoid having the crash altogether. In fact, Kia Optima now features many crash avoidance electronics normally associated only with the upmarket German marques. The topline Optima Platinum has the greatest safety

level, with Rear Cross Traffic Alert that monitors each side of the car when you’re reversing out of a blind parking spot or driveway. The Platinum also checks the so-called blind spots created by drivers who don’t adjust mirrors correctly and advises when they shouldn’t change lanes. The new design of front seats are slightly larger than before and offer good support while cornering and the rear seat legroom is very good. Boot space is good and easy to load. Optima doesn’t pretend to be a high-performance sedan, but holds the road at speeds much higher than those likely to be tried by the typical owner. Some may find the ride slightly firmer than they like, try it for yourself during your own road test if you put comfort ahead of sportiness in the suspension equation. Steering feedback has been improved in this facelifted model, but we still find it on the soft side with the wheels in the straight ahead position. To inspect the Kia range contact Berwick Kia, 2-12 Clyde Road, Berwick. Phone 9709 1900.

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