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flout the law and get away scot-free is not written in the rules,” he said. A HAMPTON Park man has called “I don’t think it’s fair that a person on the City of Casey to hand out more fines to residents who illegally park can get away with this, when it affects trucks in residential streets to deter everyone else in the street. “We have to deal with the noise, them from doing so. Steve Paris made the call after the truck taking up space and it has reading in the News that councillors even run over my bin and the rubbish resolved at a meeting in March to went everywhere. City of Casey manager community write to the Minister for Roads advocating for an increase in penalties safety Caroline Bell said the council associated with parking trucks in resi- had received five complaints in relation to a truck parked in Summit dential streets. Councillor Rosalie Crestani said at Court since September 2013. “Patrols by council in response the time that it could be cheaper for a truck driver to break the local law to the complaints resulted in one inby copping a regular fine than pay for fringement being issued,” she said. truck storage. Ms Bell said the council had seen Mr Paris said that was definitely a significant increase in the number the case in his street, Summit Court in of complaints from residents about Hampton Park, with a neighbour re- trucks being parked in residential arceiving only one fine in the past year eas. despite parking his truck on the nature “In response to the increase in strip most of the day and every night. complaints about trucks parked on He said he had complained to the residential streets, council has incouncil on numerous occasions, as creased the number of after-hours have other residents in the street, but patrols in the evenings and on weekthe truck’s owner had only been given ends, to address the concerns of one infringement. residents who are impacted by long/ “This truck has been parked there heavy vehicles being parked in residay and night for over a year,” he said. dential streets,” she said. “Residents have complained about “These impacts include the noise being woken up at unreasonably early associated with the vehicles, the visuhours by the truck engine noise. al impact on the amenity of the neigh“The truck driver has shown utter bourhood and the physical obstrucdisregard for the rights of other resi- tion they cause in narrow residential dents by flouting the council’s regula- streets. tions that no trucks can be parked on “In 2013, council issued 125 inthe nature strip. fringements to long/heavy vehicles “The council has the responsibility parked illegally throughout the muOVER 200the USED CARSright TO toCHOOSE to ensure residents’ enjoy FROM nicipality.” safe and harmonious environment.” When the council called for toughMr Paris said he believed some er penalties for the offence last month, other councils issued infringement VicRoads director of vehicle and road $6,990 $7,990 $15,990 notices weekly, then$12,990 daily, when simi- $16,990 use policy James Holgate said VicRolar problems arose to put a stop to it. ads had no plans to review the current “To allow repeated offenders to penalties. 21,990

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A POLICE officer had to go to hospital after coming to the aid of PSOs who were allegedly attacked at Narre Warren Railway Station last week. The PSOs asked two men to move on from the station at 7.10pm on Wednesday 9 April, after they were allegedly being abusive to other patrons and drinking alcohol. Police said about half an hour later the two men, aged 28 and 20, returned to the station where a scuffle broke out between them and the PSO officers. Police attended and were assaulted in the struggle. One police member was treated in hospital for a substantial cut to his elbow. Both men were charged and bailed to appear at Dandenong Magistrates’ Court at a later date.

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Police flea after visit Two teenagers were taken to The Alfred hospital after the car they were driving crashed into a tree in Lynbrook on Monday. other car and were preparing to intercept it, when they found the car already involved in the collision. “The other car involved was later found at the Narre Warren Railway Station abandoned.”

Sgt Ferguson said the Major Collision Investigation Group was still investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash. “Investigations are still ongoing, as we haven’t even been able

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vast knowledge of Australian native plants has seen them author about 35 books while owning and operating retail and wholesale specialty nurseries. They are sought after by newspaper and magazine columnists and radio and television guests on a range of gardening programs. Royal Botanic Gardens director and chief executive Professor Tim Entwisle congratulated the Elliots on their awards. “Rodger and Gwen are certainly pioneers when it comes to the cultivation of Australian plants and it is wonderful that they have received this honour from industry colleagues,” he said. “They are two of the best ambassadors for Australian horticulture, working tirelessly to support the promotion of Australian native plants and the Australian Garden, both in Australia and internationally. “They have both made an amazing contribution to the horticultural industry and to the promotion of Australian plants. “This award is thoroughly deserved.” - Bridget Cook

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BERWICK couple Rodger and Gwen Elliot have blossomed into two of the best ambassadors for Australian horticulture in the country during their career spanning more than 40 years. It was their promotion and contribution to the gardening industry, particularly their expertise in Australian native plants, which saw them awarded the highest honours at the 2013-14 Laurel Awards last month. The couple received the prestigious Gold Laurel and were inducted into the Horticultural Media Association Australia’s Hall of Fame at the awards. While the Elliot’s have had a career in many aspects of horticulture over the years, on a local level they were an integral part of the development of the awardwinning Australian Garden at the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne. Mrs Elliot said the recognition was the icing on the cake for what had been an amazing career in horticulture media. “You don’t set out to achieve awards like this, as it’s the journey that is important,” she said.

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CASEY police got themselves into an itchy situation when they visited a Hampton Park house last week. Police went to a house in Templer Avenue on Friday over theft and burglary offences when they got covered in thousands of fleas before they even made it to the front door. The officers returned to the station with a seized car, which was suspected of being stolen, but also plenty of fleas which came along for the ride. Police had to shower, change clothes and flea bomb the cars overnight. Police expect to interview the home’s occupant this week in relation to handling stolen goods and possessing proceeds of crime. No charges were laid against the fleas.

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ONE teenager was left fighting for his life and another was seriously injured after an allegedly stolen car was wrapped around a tree in Lynbrook on Monday. Police believe the male driver, 15, was travelling north along Sun Valley Boulevard when he lost control of the car and crashed into a tree about 3.30am. The driver, from Tynong, was taken to The Alfred with serious injuries. His passenger, a 14-year-old boy from Lynbrook, was airlifted to The Alfred with critical injuries. Sergeant Adam Ferguson said a police unit in the area at the time found the crash and phoned paramedics. He said two cars were allegedly stolen from Tynong that night, one of which was involved in the crash. “Eight minutes before the collision, the other alleged stolen car was involved in a short pursuit with police,” he said. “That pursuit was terminated. “Police in the area then saw the

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City alive to young vibe By BRIDGET COOK LOCAL youth were in the spotlight last week during a number of National Youth Week celebrations across the city. Between Friday 4 and Sunday 13 April, the city came alive with a range of events to celebrate young people and the contribution they make to the community. Events in Casey included the

Fringe Fest live music event, amazing race competition and the Rock ‘n’ Skate Festival. One of the biggest events of the week was Destination Wellbeing, held at Casey Fields on Wednesday 9 April. While the weather kept crowd numbers down, plenty still turned out to the event which aimed to raise awareness about the challenges facing young people.

There were activities and stalls from a variety of local organisations including the council’s youth services team, South East Alcohol and Drug Service, Cricket Victoria, Cranbourne Little Athletics, Melbourne Stars and the Disability Sport and Recreation’s WheelTalk School Awareness Program. News photographer ROB CAREW was there to capture all the action on camera.

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Bad drivers in debt trap By BRIDGET COOK CASEY’S young drivers are at risk of falling into a debt trap, with figures revealing they owe the most in the state to the Sheriff’s Office. Local drivers aged between 18 and 24 years old owe more than $6.25 million in unpaid fines, almost $400,000 more than any other local government area in Victoria. The unpaid fines stem from 3068 Casey drivers who have 18,344 outstanding warrants. The statistics showed that nine of the 10 most common outstanding warrants related to young people’s use of cars and that about 75 per cent of those

with outstanding warrants were male. Sheriff of Victoria Brendan Facey said that while young people typically have lower numbers of outstanding warrants, too many were ignoring their fines and were facing large debts. “These stem from fines from speeding to parking illegally and a failure to pay tolls,” he said. “We know that cars are a major part of coming of age and an important tool in attending study or starting a career, but ignoring fines could lead to your freedom machine being clamped. “Parents should ensure they talk to their children about the

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CASEY Highway Patrol has begun saturating local roads to show drivers the high level of enforcement they can expect this Easter long weekend. Police have a number of operations planned for a 13-day Easter road policing enforcement campaign in a bid to reduce road trauma. Operation Soteria, which kicked off on Tuesday, involves a high visibility police presence and over the Easter long weekend, Operation Crossroads will run, targeting travellers throughout the holiday weekend. The second phase of Operation Soteria will run from 22 to 27 April, addressing motorists returning to school and work

and travelling on the Anzac long weekend. Acting Senior Sergeant Brett Shenton, from Casey Cardinia Highway Patrol, said the operations would target factors of serious injury and fatal collisions – speed, seatbelt compliance, driver distraction, fatigue and drug and alcohol impairment. “Patrols targeting identified high risk locations will be increased and supplemented with large and visible random testing sites, booze bus sites and the use of Automated Number Plate Recognition technology,” he said. Acting Sen Sgt Shenton urged people to take care on the roads after four injury collisions were recorded in Casey over the

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Common sense quota Mike Tyler, CEO of the City of Casey, recently ruled out quotas as a method of ensuring there is cultural diversity within this council into the future (Casey Rules Out Quotas, News, 10 April). Mr Tyler explained that council is bound by the Local Government Act and, as manager, he is obliged to follow such guidellines. However, Mr Tyler’s recent history highlights that as CEO he has presided over a council with one of the lowest ratings, he also kept his position as CEO without it being advertised (on more than one occasion) which is outside local government guidelines and he supports using $125 million of ratepayers’ money to build ivory towers. So management skills, following protocols and common sense are not Mr Tyler’s strong points. Maybe quotas are the way to go? David McKenzie, Narre Warren North.

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Junior football is set to change with ladders, match scores and best-andfairest awards to be banished from the younger age groups. Do you agree with the AFL’s “participation not competition” concept? Selena Jones: My eight-year-old son is playing for the first time this year in Under 9s. These new changes will be good for all players to know they are on common ground and learn to play to participate not to see who is better than another. The Cranbourne West Primary School community was in high spirits as Premier Denis Napthine visited to make a funding announcement. Salli: Are you kidding me. That school has had millions of dollars in the five or so years to upgrade the school. What about all the other schools that are in great need of funding. I hope this funding is going to all the schools. The State Government recently introduced new bans on smoking in certain areas to ensure children and young people can enjoy a healthy, smoke-free environment to play in. What do you think about the introduction of these new laws? Tanya Davis: Great, but hard to police.

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‘Tour’ puts off ride By CASEY NEILL BUSES meander through Cranbourne estates on circuitous routes, frustrating commuters to the point they won’t take the ride, a transport forum heard last week. Lower fares for Zone 2 travellers and “forgotten” bus services were the hot topics at the Eastern Transport Coalition’s (ETC) Commuters Count Transport Summit at Springvale Reserve on 9 April. City of Casey rated a mention during the discussions, although it’s not one of the seven councils that make up the ETC. Council transport manager Paul Hamilton said the municipality was already a member of a number of regional transport groups, including the South East Metropolitan Group of Councils, the Interface Group of Councils and the Metropolitan Transport Forum. He said their memberships reflected areas of interest relevant to the issues Casey was facing. Buses are one of those issues, according to the speakers. Urban planner Professor Roz Hansen said buses were the forgotten transport mode and needed more attention.

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She suggested offering bus services in three levels - local, rail link and longer journeys - to improve usability and patronage. The aim would be to run local services every 10 minutes, to deliver people from their homes to essential services like shopping centres and childcare. “And we need to give buses priority on arterial roads,” she said. Prof Hansen said the Public Transport Victoria website did not even show a bus network map. “I think that reflects how we treat buses in our system,” she said. RACV roads and traffic manager Dave Jones suggested regional councils could work with taxi companies to run a set route at a set price each day - a “quasi bus service”. He was also receptive to the idea of a different funding model for bus services, to make companies think about attracting customers and encourage them to offer more services to better suit travellers. ETC chairman and Knox councillor Peter Lockwood said one reason people didn’t take buses was they didn’t “want to go on tour, just from one suburb

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Selandra Rise resident Ann and Casey mayor Geoff Ablett are calling on the council to investigate relocating a toilet in Heritage Park. Picture: DONNA OATES at the toilet, with the entrance facing her home. “Other neighbours can see it straight from their ensuite window,” she said. Ann said she was pleased to hear the council would be looking into moving it, and felt it was both Casey and Stockland’s responsibility to do something about it. City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett moved the motion on Tuesday night for the council to look into the cost and community response to relocating the toilet. He said that once the cost for the relocation was known, the council would consider the works to be included in the budget for 2014-’15. “This is causing anxiety for local residents,” he said. “It’s something we need to consider and see what it would take to move one of these things.” A Stockland spokesperson said based on a small number of residents who opposed the proposed location of toilet, Stockland revised the location for this public amenity and did move it. “These new plans were submitted to council and endorsed by council,” the spokesperson said.

“The inclusion of a public toilet at Heritage Park was at the request of residents, following community consultation.” The spokesperson said they carefully considered requests for the relocation of the toilet to the middle of the park. “However, this would require the revision of the location and configuration of the play areas, potentially requir-ing them to be moved closer to the road,” the spokesperson said. “This is not considered a desirable outcome as Selandra Boulevard is the major thoroughfare through the project. “Moving the toilet towards the middle of the park would also reduce the relative safety of locating the toilet in a well-lit, non-isolated area. “With no lighting in the park combined with the distance from the street lighting, the proposed location in the middle of the park could invite loitering and potentially create a blind spot for people at night. “The alternative location towards the middle of the park would, we believe, encourage potentially anti-social behaviour that most residents would be keen to avoid.”

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and the Attorney-General accepted this recommendation.” City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett said clearly the State Government did not believe Mr Richardson’s conduct and conviction was fitting for such an esteemed and privileged position. “JPs are held in high regard and fulfil a high level of responsibility to the community,” he said. “The government’s decision to revoke Mr Richardson’s status as a JP is something which happens rarely and only when someone is bringing the office of JP into disrepute.” Mr Richardson said he would reserve his comments on the matter to a later date, when he will expose the full corrupt history of the City of Casey from 2002 onwards.

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THE City of Casey will investigate moving a public toilet after residents who objected to its location felt their concerns were flushed. Home owners along Selandra Boulevard were angered to see a public toilet being built in a park opposite their homes on Friday 21 March, after more than eight months of fighting to have the location changed. The council has now agreed to investigate relocating the toilet to a more central location in Heritage Park, after more than 20 people signed a petition against its current location. Head petitioner Ann, who did not want her last name used, said a group of local home owners raised their concerns about the toilet’s proposed location early last year and felt they had now been ignored. “When we purchased this land we were told there would be a low-key park opposite our homes,” she said. “It wasn’t until after we started building that plans became available for the park and we saw that there was a toilet right opposite us.” Ann said since then they had been going back and forth with the council and estate developers, Stockland, to have the location of the toilet moved to a more central location in the park and for the entrance to face the playground not their homes. “We thought they had taken it all on board,” she said. “We told them that if they do need a toilet at the park, then put it in the middle where it would not upset or affect anyone. “We were left in the dark though since our last consultation in September, so we were shocked to see it being built where we did not want it recently.” Ann said when she walks out her front door she looks directly

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Narre Warren North MP Luke Donnellan has backed Labor’s Bay West approach. behind the development of the Port of Hastings and to support the economic development and the thousands of jobs that it would bring to south-east Melbourne. “These MPs should be publicly declaring their support for this critical project, instead of limply following a party position which significantly and detrimentally affects their own constituents.” As outlined in the 2012/13 State Budget, the government will spend $110 million on studies investigating the potential to de-

Councillor Sam Aziz has called on the Labor MPs in the municipality to support the development of the Port of Hastings.

velop the Port of Hastings. Mr Donnellan said Labor’s position was clear and that a “comprehensive and transparent cost benefit analysis” would be completed to “test how Bay West stands up against other possible sites, including Hastings.” “Hastings requires around $10 billion in road and rail funding to get goods in and out, and without that additional investment, the Nepean Highway, Monash Freeway and Dandenong Rail corridor will be flooded with trucks and trains 24

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Cramped up By LACHLAN MOORHEAD A BERWICK single mother in urgent need of a larger public housing property has been languishing on the priority waiting list for over three years. And she claims the Department of Human Services has broken one of its own rules by allowing her son and daughter to share a room despite both being over six years old. Sophie Ramos - whose son, Joshua, is nine years old and daughter, Natasha, seven years old - currently lives in a twobedroom public housing apartment in Berwick where her children share a room. A DHS spokesperson confirmed this week that under departmental policy, tenants can apply for an early housing transfer under the ‘inappropriate housing’ criteria when “two children of the opposite gender have to share a bedroom where at least one child is aged six years or more”. Ms Ramos said she had requested to move to a three-bedroom unit as soon as Joshua had turned six, as she was deemed eligible. Subsequently, she had been placed on the ‘early housing’ priority list, but to no avail. “Now it’s been almost four years and it’s very frustrating, my daughter doesn’t sleep,” she said. “They both constantly ask for their own room, they need their own space. It comes time to do their homework and I can’t put each of them in their own room at a desk.” Ms Ramos said she had

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Sophie Ramos, here with her children Joshua, 9, and Natasha, 7, has been on the public housing priority waiting list for a bigger premises for almost four years. Picture: ROB CAREW looked into moving to a private rental premises but wouldn’t be able to afford it. “It’s very hard, the children have no privacy at all,” she said. “It’s hard to discipline them; I can’t send one to one room and one to another.” The DHS spokesperson confirmed that Ms Ramos had applied for an early housing transfer and is “eligible for a transfer to a larger bedroom property”. “The department is working with the family to transfer them to another property when it becomes available,” the spokesperson said. Applications for public housing are segmented into two categories - ‘early housing’ and ‘wait turn’. Early housing caters for people who are homeless and receiving support, people with a

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Entrants don’t need to be the best artist, they just need to get creative and paint, draw or produce a piece of artwork which depicts their interpretation of social inclusion for people with a disability. There will be one winner from each category and their winning artwork will transform two of Wallara’s leet of buses. A cheque for $250 will also be awarded to each of the winners. Entry is free. For more information or to download the registration and entry forms, please visit our website at http://www.wallara.com.au or contact ‘Picture This’ Art Competition Co-ordinator, Kay Noy on (03) 9792 2985 or email knoy@wallara.com.au Limited partnership opportunities are available. For more information contact Karen Scholey, Manager Corporate Partnerships and Communications on (03) 9792 2985 or email kscholey@wallara.com.au Wallara is an innovative, sector leading support service for adults with a disability with a mission to empower our service users to lead the life that they choose. ‘Picture This’ 2014 is proudly supported by:

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EASTER came early for many children across Casey this month. Rangebank Preschool celebrated the occasion before the kids went on school holidays by holding an Easter day on Tuesday 1 April. Educator Barbara Ryan said the children participated in creating and decorating their own Easter baskets and hats in preparation for a big Easter egg hunt.

Ms Ryan said she dressed up as the Easter Bunny and hid lots of chocolate eggs outside for the children to find. “The children were all very excited about looking for their chocolate surprises and some chocolate didn’t even make it back inside,” she said. “The parents were also treated to the excitement of watching their children engage in the hunt outside before the end of session.

“Many thanks to all those who assisted for the occasion,” she said. Cranbourne Park shopping centre also hosted some festive fun for local children this week with an Easter magic show. Magician Elio Simonetti amazed children with his tricks as they gathered to watch him near the food court.

Doctors and practitioners at the clinic include, from left to right, Dr Hasan Khwaja, Yannec, Dr Asim Saghir, Debbie, Stephanie Chu, Gurnam Ranasinghe and Dr Ariane d’Argent. 100315

Caring for family HALLAM Medical Group offers top quality medical care in a welcoming and bright environment. The clinic offers family medical care, women’s health, pap smears and immunisations, general and occupational management, asthma management as well as minor surgery. It also offers removal of moles and sun spots, nutritional advice, mental health services, psychologists, a psychiatric nurse, family therapy and physiotherapy. Sports and remedial massage will also be offered, as well as refugee health and dia-

betes management. Yannec Hippolyte of Hallam Medical Group considers the best features of this clinic to be the bulk billing, mental health care, female doctors and preventative health services. The aim of Hallam Medical Group is to provide the finest primary medical care to all valued patients in a bright and friendly environment. Languages spoken include French, Mandarin, Bergali, Punjabi and Hindu, plus others. The focus of the business, which has been operating for 10 years, is general practice and preventative health.

There are six doctors at the clinic as well as a practice nurse, two psychologists, a psychiatric nurse, family therapist, physiotherapist and remedial massage therapist. New doctor, Dr Farzana Mazid, has a special interest in paediatrics, chronic disease, mental health and contraceptive advice. The Hallam Medical Group is at 212 Princes Highway, Hallam. Trading hours include Monday to Friday from 9am until 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 9am until 1pm. To contact, phone 9796 5400.

Chloe was all smiles as she went on an Easter egg hunt.

Barbara Ryan dressed up as the Easter Bunny to bring smiles to kids’ faces, including Jannats.

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Cashpoint TURNINGPOINT Church at 1785 South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne, will host a free CAP money course next month. The course aims to teach people to manage their money better and save, budget and spend well. The course will run from 7pm on Tuesday 6 May. To book spot call 5996 3048.

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Brock shows off his finds in the Easter egg hunt. Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS

CRANBOURNE U3A has a range of classes on offer in term two, which kicks off on Tuesday 22 April. Each Monday there will be folk art, basic computers, photo editing and art portraiture classes and on Tuesdays there is scrapbooking, basic computers, intermediate computers, patchwork and calligraphy. There are parchment craft, web design, cardmaking, stitching on cards, genealogy classes on Wednesdays and singing for fun, calligraphy, discussion group, Italian for beginners, Italian advanced

and funtangles each Thursday. On Fridays there is armchair travel, art and painting and lazy gardening on offer. For further information call tutor co-ordinator Anne on 5996 7841.

Tunes in time THE Narre Warren Senior Citizen Club members were entertained on Wednesday 9 April by Brendan Scott with his versatile singing, music and tap dancing - a true ‘Song and Dance man’! All 93 members clapped and sang along to familiar tunes of their time. At the meeting, members praised the recent refurbishment of the club’s premises by Casey council. Door prizes were won by Nancy Abbott, George Fielding, Lucille MacRaild and Coral Gomez. The raffle of Easter egg hampers will be drawn next week.

Exercise by numbers THE Hallam Senior Citizens Club runs light chair exercises every Monday at 11am, fol-

lowed by bingo at 1pm. On Easter Monday 21 April at noon the group will hold a free lunch for bingo players. Carpet bowls and bingo will then run from 1pm, where goods for the trading table are always welcome. New members are also welcome. Raffe prizes were won by Ellen Rinkevest and Tas Freeman. For further information about the club contact the president Paul Lorenzo on 9703 1068 or secretary Dorothy Mickelson on 9796 7580.

Click with computers COMPUTER courses are being held at Hallam Community Learning Centre. A seven week subsidised computer administration course and a seven week tablet course for beginners. Includes iPad for beginners, Windows 8 for beginners and seniors and an internet/ email course. BYO laptop. Phone 9703 1688 or 5996 3453.


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Salon bags top awards By LACHLAN MOORHEAD A BERWICK hairdresser to the stars and his team has cut the mustard after receiving multiple awards at one of the Australian hairdressing industry’s premier competitions earlier this month. Ibiza Hair owner Michael Piastrino won Hairdresser of the Year while his salon took out Salon of the Year in the International Hair Society’s (IHS) Victorian competitions on 6 April. A long-time Casey resident, Mr Piastrino said Ibiza Hair continued to move from strength to strength after opening six years ago, with the IHS awards underlining his hard work and that of the salon’s employees. “It is a feeling like none other; it comes down to dedication, hard work, and most off all nev-

er giving up,” he said. “My salon Ibiza Hair was up against the best of the best in the industry at the IHS awards, but we came out on top as the number 1 salon.” Ibiza Hair is located in Albert Park, in the same shop where Mr Piastrino’s late grandfather, Campisano, originally ran a deli in the 1950s. “In 1951, my grandfather bought the premises and had his first business here; he had an Italian deli,” Mr Piastrino said. “He had a lot of success there and when I wanted to start up the salon, he said I should open it up in his old building. “To live up to his expectations is always on the back of my mind and for my staff too. My grandfather was big on detail and so am I.”

In its short existence, Ibiza Hair has already won the favour of several celebrities, all of whom have had their hair cut at the salon. Anthony Callea, Belinda Carlisle and Lysandra from The Block are just some of the famous faces spotted at the salon. With impending plans to open up an Ibiza Hair premises in Berwick, Mr Piastrino is hoping the salon’s recent success is a precursor to even bigger and better things. “In the next six to 12 months, we’ll be opening up in Berwick,” he said. “There are some great salons in Berwick and I’d love to be able to open up in the suburb and be closer to home.” For more information, visit www.ibizahair.com.au.

Ibiza Hair’s Michael Piastrino with one of his celebrity clients Anthony Callea.

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Are you ready to do the Time Warp… The 2014 Australian tour of Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show opens in Melbourne at the Comedy Theatre on April 23 after sell out seasons in Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. And Star News Group is giving our readers to chance to win one of 20 double passes to this legendary show! The Rocky Horror Show is a true classic and one of theatre’s most endearing and outrageously fun shows. It opened at London’s Royal Court Theatre on

Guitar virtuoso Ken Nicol is performing in Cranbourne next month. share their stories and talents, foster links and relations and provides a forum for young and old to perform, whether that be in music, dance, poetry or other related performance,” she said. “The Ken Nicol concert is a special feature presenting his talents and also that of singer

June 19, 1973, quickly developing a cult following, and was adapted into the 1975 film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which has the longest-running release in film history. The coveted role of Frank N Furter will be played by television and theatre star Craig McLachlan, fresh from shooting the title role in the second series of ABC TV’s top rating drama series The Doctor Blake Mysteries. Playing the roles of Janet and Brad, the naïve young couple caught up in a situation they don’t understand, will be musical theatre favourites Christie Whelan Browne and Tim Maddren. Millions of people all over the world have and continue to see productions of The Rocky Horror Show and sung along to classics like Sweet Transvestite, Dammit Janet, I Can Make You A Man, Touch-a Touch-a Touch Me, Over At The Frankenstein Place and of course The Time Warp. This iconic brand holds a unique place

and songwriter Dominic Finley, and a brief set by local band Journey Band.” Mr Nicol is well known musician and is regarded as a guitar virtuoso. His material covers the spectrum from blues to rock, effortlessly taking in folk, jazz, ragtime and ballads. His career dates back to the early seventies and he remains a highly regarded guitarist among many of folk rock’s pioneers. The concert will also feature a set from Dominic Finley - a British session musician, singer and songwriter. The concert will be held on Sunday 4 May from 7pm at 41 Lesdon Avenue, Cranbourne. Tickets cost $20 and can be purchased online at www. cranbournefolkuniting.org.

in theatre history, a show which has defied the decades and continued to grow in popularity. Rocky Horror even has its own postage stamp. To be in the draw to win a double pass to the Saturday 26 April 2pm show simply write your name, address and contact number on the back of an envelope and mail to: Rocky Horror Show Comp, PO Box 9, Pakenham Vic 3810. Entries close Monday 21 April, 2014 at 5pm. Entries can be dropped into our reception at Star News Group, Cnr Army road & Princes Highway Pakenham. Conditions apply* The season runs from 23 April 2014 Visit – rockyhorror.com.au


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BUYERS RUSH TO COASTAL ENCLAVE FROM PAGE 1. SET over 7.9 hectares and overlooking the pristine waters of Cape Woolamai, Phillip Island’s most tightly-held piece of real estate, Woolamai House recorded a bumper summer as locals and holidaymakers alike recognised the value of this incredible coastal enclave. Sales across the community exceeded expectations this summer with more than 50 per cent of stage one already sold out. Purchasers are keen to snap up a piece of

historic land boasting an enviable location nestled alongside the waterfront. Woolamai House is touted as the best new land release on Phillip Island with excellent foreshore lots still available. Construction across the premier community has recently commenced, so Greg Price of Alex Scott Real Estate is urging home-hunters to visit the community and experience the quality project and its incredible land offerings for themselves. “Boasting direct walking access to the nearby waterfront, 1.6 hectares of

communal parklands and water views for many of the blocks, Woolamai House offers a rare opportunity to purchase a premium block of land among one of Phillip Island’s most tightly held locations. “Woolamai House is widely regarded as one of Phillip Island’s most incredible pieces of real estate to ever come to market and purchasers can reserve this slice of historic waterfront land from just $249,000. “It really is an incredible offering so it’s no surprise we have witnessed so many

sales across the project over the summer season,” he said. Home-hunters are urged to visit the prestigious community which is open on Saturdays from 1pm to 4pm and witness the beauty of this stunning waterfront lifestyle enclave before the remaining blocks are snapped up for good. For more information on Woolamai House, contact Greg Price or Cameron Watters on 5952 5711 or visit the website www.woolamaihouse.com.au.

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OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS CRANBOURNE

$590,000

CRANBOURNE EAST

E.O.I

BAYLES

$519,000

CARDINIA

$999,950

FOR SALE

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NEW LISTING

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GREAT LOCATION (213373) * Sought after High street location * 77 sqm building * Land size 269 m2 * Commercial 1 Zone * Currently leased 2 x 2 lease commencing August 2013

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

QUALITY PRIME LAND! (213230) 40 Acres of prime land. 2.2 Mega Litre License plus spring feed dam. Planted 28 acres of productive asparagus & established shelter belts. Underground drainage, plus electric irrigation outfit. Only 10 mins drive to Pakenham & 60 mins to Melbourne.

31 ACRES OF INVESTMENT! (214068) 31 acres in the lovely area of Dalmore is this great hobby farm currently growing asparagus. 4 BR plus study, 3 living areas, large kitchen, 5Ml dam & bore water, drainage has been installed throughout the property. This property would be perfect for that tree change you have always wanted.

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7 ACRES OF SOFT UNDULATION (214072) This spectacular lifestyle property set on 7 acres. 3 BR plus study home with separate craft room/bungalow with kitchenette, master with WIR & full ensuite, 2 lounges, separate dining & office. Mains, tank & bore water plus 2 dams, fenced to 9 paddocks, 3kw solar power & 2 road frontages.

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME AND LIVE A TRUE LIFESTYLE. (214045) Great Potential! Several ideal home sites. 2.74 acres of useable dry land. 9mX18m machinery shed with high clearance. 20,000L plus tank. Quick drive to schools, parks & shops. 59 minutes to Melbourne & 51 minutes to Philip Island.

Call : Rick Lauretta 0418 800 913

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

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OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS CANNONS CREEK

$280,000 PLUS JUNCTION VILLAGE

$329,950 TOORADIN

$339,950

BIG BLOCK & BONUS BUNGALOW

OPEN PLAN, AND MODERN

HUGE 1300m² PLUS BLOCK

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

(214062) 3 bedroom home with built in robes to all bedrooms. Gas ducted heating plus split system ensure all year round comfort, outdoors we have a large pergola patio area plus another decked area large garden shed/powered workshop and a two car carport, all this on a family sized 585M2 block in the much sought after Junction Village area

(214025) Huge block, possible unit site (STCA) modest but sturdy 3 bedroom Western Red Cedar home with outdoor paved pergola/patio area. Access to back yard which has a huge truck shed, ideal for the jack of all trades and a fenced section of the yard for the dogs! The home needs a little minor TLC but it wouldn´t take much to bring back the shine.

CRANBOURNE

$357,500 CRANBOURNE EAST

$359,950 CRANBOURNE NORTH

$369,950

WHAT A STUNNING HOME

DISTINCTLY UNIQUE

BIG BLOCK, BIG HOME

(214076) It’s better than new. Updated kitchen with stainless steel wall oven and gas cooktop and dishwasher, tiled family meals, floating timber floor to lounge, gas heating and evaporative cooling. Slate stamped patio with high gable roof pergola. Walk to Courtenay Gardens Schools and Bunnings, Safeway and train station all an easy short drive.

(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.

(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.

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$494,950 CRANBOURNE BUYERS OVER $470,000 FEEL THE MAGIC (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!

CARDINIA

$375,000 PEARCEDALE

OVER ½ ACRE & WALK TO ALL FACILITIES (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!

$399,950 CRANBOURNE EAST

$799,950

NEW LISTING

COUNTRY LIFESTYLE/CITY BENEFITS

Calling all Developers/Investors

URBAN GROWTH ZONE

(214075) 900m2 approx block with dual access, double gates. 3 generous sized bedrooms all with BIRs. Lounge with laminate timber flooring, fireplace, Split system A/C and ceiling fan, tiled meals area and large kitchen with Stainless steel electric cooking. 2 X large water tanks and 11 X solar panels on roof. Entertaining pergola area with spa.

(214084) 3 bedroom weather board home set on a whopping 1000m² block which could be set up for unit development potential (STCA). Currently tenanted at $300 per week. This property offers tremendous potential and value to even the most discerning buyer, call quick, will be sold.

(214098) 7300m² block in urban growth zone with fantastic future subdivision potential (STCA). 4 BR, two bathrooms. Outside granny flat with amenities plus heaps more. Outside property offers 4 car garage and double carport, pergola area, hot house for plants, big back paddock plus plenty of tank water storage. Be early on this property call us quickly.

CRANBOURNE

$297,500 HALLAM

$399,970 CANNON CREEK

$529,950

QUALITY UNIT & GREAT LOCATION

FAMILY FOUR BEDDER

DIRECT BAY VIEWS FROM WATERS EDGE

(214059) 3 bedroom unit (or two plus study) located centrally on the east side of the highway and Approx. 12 years young. Ceramic tiled to wet areas, ducted heating, immaculate stainless steel appliances to kitchen, gas cooktop, single lock up garage with remote auto door and interior access to the unit.

(214043) 4 bedrooms with ensuite, spacious lounge living room, timber kitchen with adjoining meals/family room. Carpets and tiles complete with ducted heating, aircon split system. Timber decked patio/pergola zone, carport plus garage/workshop & office/studio. Great home in a sought after location. Call Dean Tucker direct for more information.

(213236) Set on two titles on a combined site of 1326m² block (approx.), this property offers a future sub divisional potential (STCA) to the right buyer. Comfortable 3 bedroom home with good sized living areas & upgraded kitchen. Bungalow with 4 built-in-bunks, toilet & laundry. 25x32x10Ft shed/garage & a 4 car carport.

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COASTAL FAMILY HOME

WARNEET

LOCATED a stone’s throw away from the Warneet waterfront, this sixbedroom home has everything a family could need. FEATURES include over 30 squares of colonialstyle family living, featuring 10-foot ceilings, offering five double bedrooms plus a study or sixth bedroom, master bedroom with walk-in robe and full ensuite. This coastal home would be perfect for a large family, a home business or a great getaway home, set on a large 931 square metre block, with colossal size living areas. Featuring a Coonara and hardwood flooring, it also offers ducted heating and evaporative cooling throughout the home. The central kitchen displays hardwood cabinetry and a large double AGA oven and walk-in butler’s pantry. Stepping out from the dining room, opens up to a huge decked undercover entertainment area, to a seven-car garage/ workshop, with double gate side access to the rear. With 3.5 killowatt solar panels, water tank, Colorbond fences and so much more, this home is a must to inspect.

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INSPIRATIONAL DESIGN BRIGHT neutral décor combines with sleek clean lines to work beautifully and showcase a home focused around an entertainment hub. Three living spaces visually spill out to the alfresco where many sunsets and barbecues may be enjoyed. The family, rumpus and living rooms are all generously proportioned, there is a feeling of light and space enhanced by nine-foot ceilings. Italian porcelain tiles blend harmoniously with a designer fully-fitted kitchen featuring Caesarstone, stainless appliances and crisp white cabinetry. A great deal of thought has resulted in a walk-in appliance pantry, extensive laundry cabinets and a wallmounted ironing station. The spacious bedrooms consist of master with full ensuite, separate toilet and walkthrough robes. Two further bedrooms have built-in robes and the study could be utilised as a fourth. As a residence this home will provide many years of comfort with evaporative

cooling, ducted gas heating and quality window furnishings. Extensive storage both in and under the home, security system, gas barbecue point, an oversized double garage with solid cedar door and professional landscaping complete the picture. If you are looking for individuality then this should be on your inspection list.

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61 Whistler Drive Inspect: Saturday, 12.30 - 1pm Price: Buyers over $575,000 Contact: Michael Patchell, 0419 381 411 FIRST NATIONAL NEILSON PARTNERS, NARRE WARREN, 9705 4888

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The Height Of Rural Luxury Enter through security iron gates along the expansive gravel driveway flanked by native trees transitioning to pines. The palatial circular driveway makes this dream-designed home like no other. With broad proportions throughout, the entrance hallway and front office embodies the quality statesman craftsmanship of wide, flooded gum floorboard and solid timber mountain ash doors and heavy redgum trimmings.

For Sale Price Guide Price on Application View By Appointment

Adam Gill 0407 456 888 Cranbourne 59964777 119 High Street

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Frankston 7/4-6 Royle Street

Hampton Park 47 Cumberland Chase

Cranbourne East 6 Genoa Way

Cranbourne East 27 Mc Callum Drive

Leave the car at home! Walking distance to transport & shops this rear unit represents an opportunity for investors/buyers. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $225,000

PERFECT STARTER - MUST BE SOLD! This home represents as a perfect first home or as a great opportunity for the budget conscious investor. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $285,000

THE PERFECT INVESTMENT Only a short stroll to local schools and parks positioned in a quiet street. For Sale Price Guide $325,000-$355,000 View By Appointment

Spacious Indoor & Outdoor Living On a massive 750m2 block in the beautiful estate, Cascades on Clyde, this stunning family home emphasises space, quality and flowing modern living. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $485,000

Debbie Manuel 0409 528 411 Cranbourne 59964777

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Adam Gill 0407 456 888 Cranbourne 59964777

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 Cranbourne 59964777

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119 High Street

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Cranbourne 29 Earlston Circuit

Clyde 1450 Ballarto Road

A Very Special Lifestyle Property On 1 Acre Surrounded by beautiful homes, in the much sought after and rarely offered Earlston Circuit, is this stunning, quality built family home combined with an acre lifestyle. For Sale Price Guide $770,000-$820,000

DEVELOPERS TAKE NOTE - 20 ACRES As Cranbourne’s residential estates expand this block is currently zoned ’Urban Growth.’ There is a massive shortage of house blocks available & with block prices experiencing phenomenal growth, makes this even more a great opportunity for investors/developers. For Sale

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722

Adam Gill 0407 456 888

119 High Street

119 High Street

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Hallam 7 Pauline Court Exceptional Value in Prime Location! Perfectly positioned 3 bedroom home - formal lounge room, hostess kitchen with breakfast bar, overlooking the meals area, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, a central bathroom and toilet, private backyard features low maintenance gardens, concreted courtyard and a remote double garage with a long driveway for extra car accommodation! For Sale $360,000+ View Saturday 11.00am–11.20am Aren 0403 613 988

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Hallam 2/4 Kays Road Perfect for Retiree or Investor! Well maintained home featuring – formal lounge, hostess kitchen with gas cooking, two generous sized bedrooms, BIR’s, central bathroom, evaporative cooling and ducted heating, freshly painted, neat gardens, a porch to relax and a single garage.

For Sale $250,000+ View View By Appointment Izzy 0422 649 553

Hampton Park 9702 8388

CLASSIC QUALITY ON AN ACRE OFFERING 55 squares of luxurious living on a manicured acre in the heart of Narre Warren North is this magnificent family home. There’s no compromise here - quality is found throughout, and no detail has been overlooked. With four bedrooms, four living areas and two generous sheds it’s got everything you’ve been looking for plus much more. Be welcomed by a traditional Victorian façade, and step inside to discover a home built for family life. Casual living zones include a modern kitchen with Ilve appliances and stone benchtops, a family/meals area and elegant sunken lounge. There’s a separate rumpus which could also serve as a theatre room and an upstairs parents’ retreat. This modern classic home is decked out with the kind of quality that doesn’t date, and is a pleasure to live in. Bathrooms and powder room are beautifully appointed with Italian tiling floor to ceiling and brass tap fixtures. The family bathroom has his and hers double basins, a double shower and a spa bath. The master suite features a walk-in robe and ensuite, and further bedrooms also have built-in robes. Other features include security alarm, ducted vacuum, gas heating and zoned refrigerated cooling. Outside you’ll find a magnificent jarrah deck, completely covered with room for the

largest of outdoor settings, a barbecue and anything else you might imagine. On a well set-up acre, there’s plenty of space for kids to run wild, not to mention plenty of shedding. There’s a four-car garage with remote, a powered and lined 13 x 6.1 metre workshop which could also be used as a second garage for four cars, and a second shed that measures 5.5 x 5 metres, ideal for storage. Whether you’re a tradesman, a hobbyist or perhaps work from home, you’ll have plenty of space here to do what you need. In a sought-after pocket of Narre Warren North that offers the peace of rural living just moments from city convenience, opportunities like these are meant to be seized. Call today to make your time to inspect.

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19-20 Branca Court, Narre Warren North Auction: Saturday, 10 May, 11am Inspect: By appointment Contact: Kathy Coombs, 0416 073 860 BARRY PLANT, NARRE WARREN, 8794 6100

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Hampton Park 5 Janet Court Pick Me! Sitting on a massive 727m2 block in a court location with –formal lounge and formal dining, family meals area, large hostess kitchen with gas cooking and a new oven, three bedrooms, pergola, large secure backyard and a single carport with the possibility to subdivide (STCA).

For Sale $290,000+ View Saturday 10am–10.20am John 0411 873 123

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Hampton Park 4 Aquamarine Court Ticks All The Boxes Wonderfully warm and inviting home features - open plan living, 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 2 living Zones, centrally located kitchen on looking the private and secure outdoor entertainment space, ducted heating throughout and large double lock up garage on a 560m2 block approx.

For Sale $350,000+ View Saturday 2.40pm–3.00pm Zed 0432 797 384

Hampton Park 9702 8388 Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Make Your Dreams A Reality! Perfect 5 bedroom family home formal living & dining room, hostess kitchen, large family & meals area, separate rumpus room w/wood fireplace & access to outdoor alfresco area, open study, evaporative cooling, hydronic heating, XL double garage w/rear roller door & internal access, water tank, tennis court & more.

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For Sale $870,000+ View Saturday 12.40pm–1.00pm

Liron 0425 776 622 Hampton Park 9702 8388 Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Clyde North Lot 5 Fiorelli Boulevard

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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

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Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Clyde North Fiorelli Boulevard

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:

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:

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For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers For Sale $399,000 Plus Buyers Tim 0411 989 344

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Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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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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INTELLIGENTLY designed to incorporate dual family living and capturing exceptional views, this substantial family residence sits proudly on a generous corner allotment of 2986 square metres (approximate) and seamlessly combines a relaxed rural ambience with today’s modern comforts. The home offers six bedrooms, all with excellent robe space and four bathrooms, three of which have been renovated. The living areas have been designed to take

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advantage of the northerly aspect and stunning views as well as maximising the amount of natural light that comes in, creating a warm and inviting place to entertain. Cleverly zoned living areas allow the family to mix or have time out areas and the formal lounge and dining is separate to the renovated kitchen/meals and family zone which in turn flows through double doors to the rumpus room. The Modgrass tennis court can also cater for other sports or be just a safe area for children to play. An enticing opportunity rarely offered in the market.

THE historic Ranges Hotel in Gembrook will go under the hammer on Wednesday 7 May. Auctioneer and hospitality specialist John Conway said this presents the market with an opportunity to buy a hotel building that exudes its history with warmth and charm. The building has had many improvements made to it by its owner but new owners will finish off this project and re-open a beautifully appointed hotel with spacious bars, a large bistro and function room and an intimate dining room. Cardinia Shire has granted a planning permit that provides for patron numbers to be limited to 250.

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area, separate formal lounge and dining. Ducted heating, open fire place, SS appliances and dishwasher. Outside enjoy your deck set amongst fully landscaped gardens. AUCTION

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INSPECTION Saturday 12:00pm -12:30pm

Veronica Vekony 412 250 633

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Terms: 10% Deposit Balance 30 days

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION & INSPECTION ARRANGEMENTS JOHN CONWAY

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

Your red carpet experience

0448 514 094

Email: john@conwaycommercial.com.au

MARK DURNAN Barry Plant Cranbourne 134a High Street T 5996 1666

A licence application can be made to the Victorian Commission for Gaming and Liquor Regulation once the building surveyor’s report has been complied with. The building owner is ready for retirement and is keen to see his loved asset passed to a new owner ready to exploit the facilities of the property which includes four motel units, and provide residents of the district and travellers with great beverages and outstanding chef’s delights. All services including sewerage are connected to the property. Contact Conway Commercial, Level 1, 480 Dorset Road, Croydon, on 9725 1777.

0419 433 190

Email: mark@conwaycommercial.com.au www.conwaycommercial.com.au

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Private Sale Price Offers Over $340,000 Inspect Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Katie Maloney 0437 284 449 Simon Murphy 0431 059 908

Forthcoming Auction Saturday 10:00 - 10:30am 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Ben Doughton 0431 163 189 Donna Probert 0439 987 391

IF YOU SNOOZE YOU LOSE SO BE QUICK! The home consists of open plan living, 3 bedrooms & the kitchen with a ss dishwasher & cooktop. The house measures approx. 14 squares, ideal size for the young family. It offers a split system reverse cycle & a coonara for those really chilly nights that are creeping upon us. 4 car garage, concreted floor with power plus a garden shed. Split level backyard with pergola for entertaining, landscape gardens have already been started. S.T.C.A with the block size of 1012m2 its possible to develop a Dual Occ for the investor.

Large 4 bedroom family home This property is deceivingly large containing 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & 3 large living areas. Kitchen comes complete with ss appliances (900mm 5 burner gas cooktop & fan forced electric oven). Side access is available to the yard via double gates allowing off street parking to the graveled area which can be converted to covered parking & outdoor pergola entertaining area - STCA, 2 split system reverse cycle air conditioners, 2 wall mounted natural gas heaters, custom garden shed, greenhouse that has been converted to a functional Aquaponics system, allowing the growth of edible freshwater fish & salad greens/tomatoes all year round.

Blind Bight 4 Seagull Close Private Sale Price Offers Over $345,000 Inspect By Appointment or as Advertised Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Brodie Morris 0466 911 797

Impressive family home with 6 car shed This home comes complete with 3 good size bedrooms, two separate living areas, the main living with open fire place and dining room right at the front of the home overlooking the lovely front garden. The kitchen is in a central location with ample bench space, electric oven and cook top. Walking out of the kitchen you will find an amazing outdoor undercover entertaining area and a massive 6 car shed with work shop, 240v power and running water. Other features include evaporative cooling, kids cubby house and lovely gardens all on a 660 m2 block of land within walking distance to boat ramp and the local shop.

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Private Sale Price Offers Over $530,000 Inspect By Appointment or as Advertised Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Brodie Morris 0466 911 797

Room for the whole family with two homes in one Set on a colossal size block of approx 1,118sq metres with a 4 bedroom home and a large fully self contained unit at the rear. The 4 bedroom home, three with built in robes and master with a full en suite, 2 separate living areas, featuring an open fire place in the front lounge. Central kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, gas cooking, huge undercover entertainment area. Second home is a fully self contained unit, complete with main bedroom, great size living room, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom & laundry, undercover balcony.

Private Sale Price Offers Over $310,000 Inspect Saturday 11:00 - 11:20am Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Brodie Morris 0466 911 797

Take your first step into a small subdivision This home is in a perfect location right in heart of Langwarrin, within walking distance to the local shopping centre and both primary schools on Warrandyte road including Elisabeth Murdoch College. This well kept home has just been freshly painted and the main bathroom has just been renovated. The main hub of the house is open plan dining the kitchen comes complete with stainless steel appliances. This property is perfect for subdivision STCA with the house being right at the front of the block with the back yard being 300m2 approx.

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STEP INTO THE FAIRYTALE THE selling agent says that a fairytale life is waiting for the new owners of this home. This idyllic property sits on 30 acres and has captivating views of the countryside. It is only a 15 minute drive to the freeway and less to the township of Drouin or Warragul so the new owners will have a peaceful, dreamy lifestyle with the convenience of its location. This unique double storey family home will steal hearts with its character and charm.

The timber walls and ceiling, the slate floor and the country style kitchen makes this home stand out above all others with a fairytale feel that won’t be found anywhere else. It offers five good sized bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and a study, separate living rooms, two wood fires and air-conditioning systems. Children will have the life every child dreams of with approximately one kilometre of the Tarago River on this property which is

great for catching crayfish and trout. A site on the banks of the river has been prepared for amazing camping and fishing trips with friends and family, an in-ground swimming pool, fenced paddocks for the horses and large animal pens for housing the pets or a hobby farm. The property has about 400 hazelnut trees and its own piece of the Tarago - what more could be asked for? Another of this property’s many bonuses is the bungalow with bathroom and kitchen

that could be rented or used for guests. Shedding is huge enough to store a boat / caravan plus handy work/tool rooms off the shed as well. Pets, horses, hubby, wife and kids will all be delighted to call this truly unique property home.

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Inspect: By appointment Price: $650,000

WARRAGUL

Contact: HARCOURTS, DROUIN, 5625 2877

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

SHANE CANDAPPA, 0419 518 321 ABSOLUTE BEACH FRONT CHARMER

ADDRESS: 12 Malcolm Drive, Grantville INSPECT: By Appointment AGENT: Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023 Alex Scott & Staff Grantville 5678 8433

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Set on a rare double block with beach access and views. You will really enjoy living here or spending family holidays in this home. Comprising two good bedrooms plus a substantial bungalow, this home features high ceilings with exposed beams, formal entry, and sun room. The kitchen and main living room are open plan and spacious. From the back of the home you can see Western Port Bay through to French Island. Agent available 7 days.

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

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Warragul 256 Lillico Road

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For sale either NOW or at AUCTION. This property has an extra spacious block which has allowed the current owners to fit on more than you normally get in this area. Along with the attractive home, there is a massive four car plus workshop garage with remote roller door and secure gates, a large carport and at the rear of the home is a large entertaining area with a bar room, newly installed solar power and established gardens with board walk. Suit $260,000 plus buyers.

For sale either NOW or at AUCTION! A great lifestyle property in a peaceful location with established grounds, stables and privacy, a comfortable 3 b/room home and an artist studio with kitchenette. Spacious living area, modern kitchen, gas space heater and sundecks front and rear. The paddocks are divided into four paddocks with two loose boxes and stables.

For Sale $2,300,000

ADDRESS: 7 Oceanaires Ave, Coronet Bay AUCTION: Sat 10th May at 12 noon on site INSPECT: Saturdays at 12 to 12:30 or by appointment AGENT: Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023 Alex Scott & Staff Grantville 5678 8433

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A PRIME REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITY IN AN EXCELLENT WARRAGUL LOCATION

INSPECTION STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT WITH EXCLUSIVE AGENTS

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• 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

54 Lynch Road, Bass Saturday 17th May at 12noon Saturdays at 1 to 1:30 pm Lynn Pendergast 0458 780 023 Gary Tuck 0439 669 902 Alex Scott & Staff Grantville 5678 8433

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

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A SLICE OF HEAVEN IN THE HILLS WITH VIEWS TO THE MOUNTAINS

HEAVEN SENT OPPORTUNITY

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2100 WILLOW GROVE ROAD HILL END Nestled in the foothills of the Baw Baw Ranges, in the Tanjil Valley area, close to the Blue Rock Lake, in fresh air the property “Braw Baw View” is the perfect place to call home. Observe honeyeaters through the one way kitchen window, view the majestic moment of raptors with regular lights over by wedge–tailed eagles, peregrine falcons & many more incredible bird species. The Brick home is deceptively large with 4 BRs, 2 living rooms, 2 Bathrooms & a loft style studio located above the dbl garage. An indulgent kitchen & a beautiful deck with direct access right from the master suite or lounge offers the most dreamy setting to unwind. So peaceful yet conveniently on bus route for schools & within 20 mins of Trafalgar CBD, freeway & VLine Services. Internet ID: WG3391

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ST JAMES ANGLICAN CHURCH & HALL HILL END

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The divine character and obvious history of a church building is something unable to be replicated. Standing strong on the expansive grounds of more than half an acre and still in operation not so long ago, the Anglican Church building and large hall (formerly an old Commonwealth bank) are available for your purchase and present a very unique opportunity! Inspection won’t disappoint as the church has been well looked after. Just 5 minutes to Blue Rock Lake or 15 minutes to the freeway and VLine services. On tourist route to Snow Skiing at Mt Baw Baw & more. Don’t delay. Internet ID: WG3398

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Harcourts Drouin 81 Princes Way Drouin 03 5625 2877 www.drouin.harcourts.com.au • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

• Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY LOCATED in the heart of Kooweerup is a threebedroom, low-maintenance home within two minutes’ walk of the shopping centre.

• Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

• Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

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Magnificent family residence minutes to Drouin amenities. The carefully planned design has ease of family living in mind from A to Z. 41.7sq living, 3br, study/4th brm, 3 living, kitchen with butler’s pantry, large storage. Appx 12.55sq remote garage URL. 5yr young home. 4004m2 (1 acre) allotment. Irrigation/watering system. 2kw solar system.

Large 28sq url BV home. 4 brms, study. Large formal, informal & outdoor living areas. Natural gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling & ducted vacuum. Landscaped gardens. Spectacular views over Drouin. Dbl garage with butlers entry. 1230m2 block. 8sq storage underhouse. Close to Secondary College & minutes from town centre.

For Sale $660,000 - $720,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23495 Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

For Sale $395,000 - $429,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23493 Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

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Beautiful & RelaxiNG 2 acRes to come Home to – NeW listiNG!

Flat 860m2 (approx) allotment. Immaculate refurbished BV family home. 3 extra-large brms, master with new ensuite & BIR. Beautiful polished hardwood floorboards. Natural gas ducted heating. 2 airconditioners. Neutral colour palette. 2 car brick garage with remote door. Easy care gardens.

A picture perfect country family home is set upon 20 beautiful acres, just one hour from Melbourne. 4 brm home with BIRs to all, loads of natural light, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas, ducted gas heating, 4 airconditioners, dishwasher, clothes dryer. 2 colour bond sheds. Tree lined driveway. Paddocks include gravity fed troughs.

Contact: ALEX SCOTT AND STAFF, LANG LANG, 5997 5599 or 0417 515 649, 0411 122 979

• Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

• Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

• Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

• Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

GLENmaGGIE

This immaculately presented 2 acre residence with 3 excellent bedrooms of which 2 open out onto the picturesque verandah. Features abound this property including: an all-electric kitchen, an excellent slow-combustion stove, which also feeds the central heating unit, Open Fire Place, Bar area in the lounge, & separate dining area, all looking towards the lake. Outside features ample shedding for all uses, including an excellent 32ft x 20ft – 3 bay garage/workshop, plus a very practical undercover boat storage area. The home is set well back on the property giving you piece & quiet from the road noises, where you to take full advantage of the elevated verandah amongst nature & the easily maintained native garden. This residence is one owner-built & lived in, & has many •extra features are toopool numerous to mention. An inspection will definitely disappoint, • Manicured gardens not with a heated saltwater pool Manicured gardens with that a heated saltwater • Zoned reverse cycle air conditioning • Zoned air conditioning & would suit as a full time residence or reverse as a cycle great family holiday home. • Manicured gardens with a heated saltwater pool

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Price: $285,000 Internet ID: 2J2GWA Contact: David Wadey 0429 Legal 483 007 line here. Legal line here. Legal line here. Legal line here. Legal line here. Legal line here.

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For Sale $375,000 - $409,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23496 Brian Soutar & Pauline Soutar M 0418 515 252 M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

For Sale $669,000 - $735,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN22875 Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

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5625 3911 Highly Regarded Robin Hood Estate 7 Nottingham Court, Drouin •฀4฀bedrooms,฀3฀living฀areas฀ •฀Double฀garage฀with฀internal฀access •฀5216m2฀land฀size •฀Ducted฀heating฀&฀evap฀cooling •฀9ft฀ceilings,฀27฀sq฀living •฀Beautiful฀established฀gardens •฀Easy฀access฀to฀M1฀freeway

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Historic Family Home (circa 1914) 335 Longwarry Drouin Road, Longwarry Step฀back฀in฀time฀when฀you฀enter฀this฀imposing฀5฀bedroom฀character฀home฀ with฀13ft฀ceilings฀and฀many฀original฀period฀features.฀The฀country฀kitchen฀ opens฀out฀to฀family฀dining฀area฀which฀in฀turn฀overlooks฀the฀under฀cover฀ alfresco฀space฀with฀café฀curtain฀blinds฀for฀year฀round฀comfort.฀The฀bedrooms฀ are฀a฀generous฀size฀with฀the฀master฀having฀a฀WI฀robe฀&฀ensuite.฀A฀separate฀ lounge฀would฀be฀ideal฀for฀the฀parents฀to฀enjoy฀a฀bit฀of฀peace฀&฀quiet฀after฀a฀ busy฀day.฀Verandas฀&฀decking฀surround฀the฀home฀&฀offer฀protection฀during฀the฀ hot฀summer฀days.฀An฀inground฀pool฀with฀solar฀heating฀&฀salt฀chlorination฀is฀the฀ perfect฀place฀to฀unwind฀&฀cool฀off.฀3.5฀acres฀of฀land฀would฀allow฀you฀to฀keep฀a฀ couple฀of฀horses,฀cows฀or฀sheep฀to฀keep฀the฀grass฀down.฀A฀lock฀up฀work฀shop฀ plus฀5฀car฀carport฀complete฀what฀is฀truly฀a฀unique฀property฀rarely฀seen฀in฀the฀ area.฀Call฀Graham฀to฀arrange฀an฀inspection฀to฀avoid฀disappointment.

Auction: Saturday 3rd May at 11am Terms฀10%deposit,฀Balance฀18/7/2014

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THIS home is located on the corner of Alexandra Avenue and Mickle Street and has polished floors, electric stove and hot water. The property has a single carport with a tidy front lawn, with a lock-up rear yard.

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13 England Walk Inspect: Saturday 1.40pm-2pm Price: $360,000 plus Contact: L.J. HOOKER, HAMPTON PARK, 9702 8388 Rohullah Paykari, 0423 649 553

THOSE who are looking for a great investment opportunity or a perfect family home in a beautiful and quiet neighbourhood need look no further. This four bedroom residence is close to schools, shops and public transport and is perfect for turning dreams into reality. When visitors enter they will first see the spacious light filled formal lounge room, which flows through into the large kitchen meals area which has gas appliances and sliding door access to the great outdoors. There are four bedrooms on offer. The master is positioned at the front of the home and has a full ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. The remaining bedrooms comprise built-in wardrobes and are near the central bathroom. With ducted heating, carpets, low maintenance gardens and a single garage, this home is sure to sell soon so buyers should come and inspect now before they miss out.

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LITERALLY only 200 metres to Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre, the school, the doctors, and only 500 metres to the train station and the park. THIS well-maintained two-bedroom unit is one of the most appealing available, especially to retirees and investors. In a lovely block of three, the unit offers a secure middle position and features a formal lounge with gas heating and airconditioning, bright kitchen/meals area, two good-size bedrooms with robes, tidy rear yard and a carport. A superb location, come see for yourself.

Contact: Darren Saxon, 0418 341 722 L. J. HOOKER, CRANBOURNE, 5996 4777

Final Stage Now Selling Last Remaining Lots from $192,900 SALES OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS 12 - 5PM

Call 03 5995 3223 or visit ambrosialiving.com.au

* While best endeavours have been used to provide information in this publication that is true and accurate, Balcon Group and related entities accept no responsibility and disclaim all liability in respect to any errors or inaccuracies it may contain. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries to verify the information contained herein.

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Carlisle Homes is celebrating 10 years of building quality homes across Melbourne. To start 2014, we have added even more value to our industry leading list of inclusions across our full range of award winning homes. #

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Terms & Conditions: The Celebrating 10 Years Promotion applies only to new deposits received from 3 January 2014 and is not available with any other offer. For full terms and conditions please visit the Carlisle Homes website (www.carlislehomes.com.au) or speak to your Sales Consultant. #Classic Range 400mm x 400mm floor tiles or Classic Range Timber-Look Laminate flooring to the entry, kitchen, meals and living areas and Classic Range Carpet to the remainder of the home. ^Free facade applies only to Carlisle’s T-Range homes and includes Carlisle Homes’ T-Range predetermined facades (up to 16 facade options for single storey and 10 facade options for double storey). †Butler’s Pantry as detailed in predetermined drawings and specifications. Carlisle Homes reserves the right to withdraw or change pricing, inclusions and promotion without notice. COPYRIGHT. Reproduction in any form either in whole or part is forbidden. Images are for illustrative purposes only and may depict upgrade options available. Some photographs may also depict features not supplied by Carlisle Homes including landscaping, pools, water features, window furnishings, fireplaces, wall furnishes and finishes, cladding, in built joinery, decorative lighting, decor and furniture. Refer to inclusions list for full product details available from a Carlisle Homes Sales Consultant. Carlisle Homes Pty Ltd. ABN 86 106 263 209. Registered Building Practitioner DBU 19009. CH140403

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WOOLAMAI BEACH

Stunning Outlook

Don’t miss out on what ppeople p are callingg “The best new land release on Phillip Island” SELLING FROM $249,000 For your own Private Inspection contact Greg Price or Cameron Watters on 5952 5711 or email cowes@alexscott.com.au

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“Australia needs a solid level of new affordable housing stock to house our growing population,” Mr Wolfe urged. He believes taxes levied against new homes make the affordability challenge a bridge too far for too many families. A report commissioned by the industry watchdogs found that in Melbourne, almost 40 per cent of the cost of a new home is made up of direct, indirect and hidden taxes. “Incredibly, almost 11.5 per cent of the total combined local, state, territory and Commonwealth Government tax revenue is levied

from housing. “Around half these taxes are inefficient, including stamp duty, which is one of the most inefficient taxes in Australia. “Stamp duty is not only an inefficient tax, it acts as a disincentive against employment mobility, and home ‘right-sizing’,” Mr Wolfe said. “The Government’s review of our taxation system must inevitably cover the overall benefits of efficient broad based taxation options, including GST, if stamp duty and other inefficient taxes are to be removed.”

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The amendment proposes to rezone the land from Low Density Residential Zone to Residential 1 Zone. It also proposes to amend the Heritage Overlay HO110 applying to the site to reflect the current status of significant heritage elements, principally comprising a block-fronted Victorian weatherboard dwelling. The amendment proposes to:

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The City of Casey Council declares that by this notice it acquires the following interest in the land described as part of the land in Plan of Consolidation 171985V, Parish of Cranbourne comprising 1,336 square metres and being part of the land described in Certificate of Title Volume 9946 Folio 245, shown as Parcel 8 and 9 on Survey Plan 22788A.

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

FIREWOOD, redgum split, ute and truck loads delivered. Call Peter: 0418 997 423.

Interest Acquired: That of Favgar Pty Ltd and all other interests.

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

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

1130482-RC16-14

UPHOLSTERERS

FIREWOOD, mixed, split, ready to burn, $100 pcm, delivered. 0408 549 193.

27 Intrepid St, Berwick

Phone Geoff 0418 340 825 Fully Insured

DRY REDGUM SPLIT, Free delivery all areas. Ph: 0417 324 380.

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Oakfern Tree Care P/L

ALL HOURS ONSITE REPAIRS

Serving the southeast since 1990

JOEL’S TREE SERVICES

City of Casey Customer Service Centre Municipal Offices Magid Drive NARRE WARREN

1300 888 668

M. 0411 825 005

The land affected by the amendment is 31-35 Robinson Road, Narre Warren North.

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Reliable Service Anytime, Anywhere FREECALL

Planning and Environment Act 1987 CASEY PLANNING SCHEME Notice of Preparation of Amendment Amendment C192

WATER CARTAGE

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Public Notice

C752112-JL1-10

Specialising in Lounge, Dining and Restoration Reliable and Professional Service

1130478-RC16-14

HIGH TREE TREE SERVICE

Published with the authority of Casey City Council. For and on behalf of Casey City Council.

Classifieds 1300 666 808

Mike Tyler Chief Executive Officer 21 March 2014

www.casey.vic.gov.au

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TO LET RENT CRANBOURNE, 3BR, close to amenities, $315pw. Call 5995 5454. HASTINGS RENT, New 4BR plus study, $370pw. Call 5995 5454

HOUSES & UNITS FOR SALE

HONDA, Accord, Euro, 2005, black, beige leather seats, heated seats, reverse sensor, woodgrain dash, sunroof, auto wiper sensor, original alloy Honda wheels, 6 CD stacker, electric windows, fog lights, reg to 09/14, 198,000kms, EC, TMC-284. $11,000neg. 9904 8565 or 0430 563 529.

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

Phone 5945 0600

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.

SIDE TABLE, glass x 1 and coffee table glass x 1. $140. 9707 4402.

PIANOFORTE MUSIC COLLEGE & SALES

1300 666 808

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.

CLEAN SANDY FILL WANTED for the Tooradin area. Approx. 500 cubic metres, no clay, easy highway access. Phone 0419 524 777.

Narre Warren 9796 7090 Weekdays 12pm - 8pm, Sat 10am - 5pm

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Having a Garage Sale

GRAB A GARAGE SALE SIGN PACK ONLY $10.00!

9703 1616 0439 656 044

Call Julie

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

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

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

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Classifieds 1300 666 808

STEEL SHIPPING CONTAINERS • 20 feet • Hire or Sales Phone 9796 4166 admin@creel.com.au

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

5941 5790

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

Delivered in 10 metre loads

$35 Metre Pakenham, Berwick

$37 metre

Narre Warren, Cranbourne • Garden Pebbles • Mulch • Sleepers

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

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.

CHERYLS GROOMING

Small breeds. 5996 5272.

Ellagant Pooches

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

Phone: 5941 4578

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

HOT DOGS GROOMING SALON

EDUCATION & TUITION 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.

APPRENTICE WANTED

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

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

POSITIONS VACANT

PETS & SERVICES

FOR HIRE

CRANBOURNE, 90 Monahans Road, Saturday 19th April, 8am.

www.mindbodylife hypnotherapy.com

GARDEN /OUTDOOR

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

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

AVON Phone Bev 0411 334 415

Phone 9773 9574, 0412 816 518

IRONING

1300 666 808

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

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GARAGE SALES

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

SOFA BED, contemporary futon in soft, red faux leather upholstery with chrome finishings, measures 77"L x 32"H x 32.5"W (sofa) and 77"L x 14.5H x 43"W (bed), comes with 2 matching pillows and adjustable headrest. Hardly used, excellent condition. Sale due to relocation to WA. $350ono. 0416 844 609. Botanic Ridge.

C1099842-JL44-13

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

1300 666 808

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

MUSIC LESSONS

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DOMESTIC

OUTDOOR DINING SET, 7 piece, charcoal, wicker effect, glass-top table, 180x105cm, 6 carver chairs with seat pads, all VGC. $375ono. 0415 153 800.

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

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FOR SALE

9702 1642

GUITAR OR UKE LESSONS

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

0447 642 643

naomi@tayloredceremonies.com.au

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

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

0409 407 519

Call our helpful classified team between 8.30am-6pm Mon-Fri for FREE advice!

TO LET

FOR SALE

1130675-RC16-14

For something special Naomi Taylor, Authorised Civil Celebrant

C997259-JL2-12

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

ceremonies

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mindbodylife

C1104058-BM02-14

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

TAYLORED

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BASE AND MATTRESS, QS, on legs and castors, very clean and very good quality. $100. Phone 0412 282 087, can deliver. BED, medical, special needs, single, motorised, includes mattress, (Madison Kensington), great for elderly or disabled people, 12 months old, $1,400 ono. 0402 429 317.

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GARAGE SALES

Investor looking for houses in local area. Call Dave 0428 678 489.

9707-2000 24 hours 49 High Street, Berwick

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, $150 a week, no bills, smoker preferred. 0419 100 901.

PAKENHAM, room for rent, $150pw including bills. Must be employed. 5940 5686, 0421 698 698.

Ph: 9769 9252 themusiccentreberwick.com.au

1128491-LB14-14

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

NARRE WARREN SOUTH, room available in modern home, very private, separate living and bathroom. $230pw, no bills to pay, suit single or couple. Call 0412 315 504.

6 5 E n t e r p r i s e Av e B e r w i c k V i c

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

1st year Roof Tiler. Must be reliable, hard working and willing to learn. Car licence would be an advantage but not essential. Send resumes to: dptanner1234@gmail.com

APPRENTICE WANTED

First year wall and floor tiler, must be reliable and have driver's licence, Cranbourne. Jeremy 0431 050 024.

BOOKKEEPER

2-3 days per week, must be skilled in MYOB and wages, award wage. 18-20 hours per week, flexible, experience and references essential, Mordialloc. Contact Kim 9580 6099. info@mordyauto.com.au

EARLY MORNING DELIVERY DRIVER Own vehicle required. Please call Narre Warren Newsagency:

1080110-KG10-13

LANDLORDS

FACTORY SPACE, with 2 hoists, benches and some equipment for mechanic. Pakenham location. Call Frank: 5941 2078.

NARRE WARREN, luxury accomodation starting from $150pp per week which includes bills. Bond required. Suit students, singles or couples. Close to bus, train and shops. Phone 0429 022 889.

5941 2516

B E R W I C K

www.pakenhamcommunitymarket.com.au

C1033511-KK22-12

FOR LEASE (COMMERCIAL)

CRANBOURNE, room for rent, $150 per week. 0402 624 201.

cats@pakenhamcats.com.au

The Music Centre

1021237-PJ16-12

Alex Scott and Staff, Berwick 9707 2000

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

1117043-RMB05-14

Rental Per Week: $410 Date Available: 14th May 2014 Bond: $1777

ACCOMMODATION 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!

All Ages & levels Welcome ENROL NOW!

ARE YOU HAVING A GARAGE SALE?

TO SHARE

1130531-RC16-14

This lovely home is located in a quiet court & offers 4 bedrooms, full ensuite & WIR to the spacious master & built in robes to all other bedrooms. There is a separate lounge room, a meals area & very large open plan family/rumpus. The kitchen has a double pantry, gas hot plates, electric oven & rangehood. Other benefits include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, & remote to the double garage. The home is very well presented and you can inspect with confidence!! SORRY NO PETS!!

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

C733797-KK40-9

BEAUTIFUL BERWICK SPRINGS ESTATE

guitar - piano - keyboard bass - drums

1126716-PB13-14

9 NAPIER WAY

1127152-PB13-14

$285,000.00 (refundable bond) * Lovely 2 bedroom spacious unit * $55.00 per week Maintenance fee * Includes Personal Alarm * Only 8 units on block * Support when needed from Aged Care facility across the road. * Money refunded on departure less any management fees. * No need to wait to sell to get your money back. * No refurbishment costs. Please ring Robert Franssen for further information and inspection on 5943 3000.

3rd Sunday of Month,

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

C1104080-BM02-14

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

MUSIC LESSONS

(Pakenham Community Market)

AVAILABLE SOON UNIT 5, MILLRISE, 1A HIGHVIEW COURT, PAKENHAM

PETS & SERVICES

1115925-RMB04-14

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS

C1065437-KG48-12

GARAGE SALES

C542458-KK26-7

FOR SALE (REAL ESTATE)

C1082052-JL28-13

TO LET

C1085644-KK32-13

Real Estate

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9704-6495 FIBREGLASS WORKERS LAMINATORS, GRINDERS AND FINISHERS

Experienced people preferred. Dandenong area. Phone 9798 7011.


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classifieds@starnewsgroup.com.au 1300 666 808

POSITIONS VACANT

POSITIONS VACANT

POSITIONS VACANT

QUALIFIED DIESEL MECHANIC

Advertising Sales Executive We are looking for a motivated and well presented sales gun with a proven track record in sales. If you are someone who thrives on a challenge, isn’t afraid to pick up the phone or knock on a door to achieve their goals, then this is the place for you. Industry experience is not essential (as product training is given), but the right attitude is. The territory you manage will have an existing client base, both residential and commercial. You must be proactive in your territory and become the industry specialist to develop opportunities and drive new business. In return you can expect a competitive salary package, which includes base, car allowance, super & a generous incentive scheme. OTE $85 (high achievers will earn more). Call Greg: 03 9796 4700 or email resume to greg@eclipsesecurity.com.au

POSITIONS VACANT

OH&S OFFICER Our company is seeking to engage an experienced OH&S Officer to

Phone Mick on: 0408 556 299 Kitco Transport. C1083212-JO29-13

EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHER

POSITIONS VACANT

(Degree in Early Childhood required)

LAKESIDE CHILDREN’S CENTRE Green Kindergarten Group Session times: Monday 8.15am – 1.15pm Wednesday 11.45am – 4.45pm Thursday 8.15am – 1.15pm Work hours: 15 hours contact plus 7.5 hours non-contact Commencing 12 May 2014; ceasing end Term 4, 2014. 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. 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: Sunday 20 April 2014

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

EXPERIENCED GARDENER

CAR WASH ATTENDANT We are looking for an enthusiastic and hard working attendant who is technically minded. No previous experience necessary, as training will be provided. Basic computer skills in Microsoft outlook and Excel would be preferred though not essential. The attendant will be required to work flexible hours including some weekend shifts. This part time position may suit a retiree. We will provide excellent pay, work conditions and a friendly environment Please email your resume to the following paul@soapyrides.com.au or fax 9510 4255. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview The successful applicant will be required to start as soon as possible. Wizard Carwash 240-246 Clyde Road, Berwick

POSITIONS VACANT MAINTENANCE FITTER & TURNER Full time position

This opportunity suits someone who is self motivated, takes pride in their work and customer focused to join our professional team. Must have relevant licences, Narre Warren

A position currently exists for a qualified fitter & turner at our manufacturing facility in Officer. Applicants must be physically fit, be self motivated, well presented and have good communication & numeracy skills. Applicants should have experience in fabrication, pneumatics and process automation & ideally they would hold forklift and elevated work platform certificates. Applications to: Operations Manager, Hy Gain Feeds, P. O. Box 199, Officer 3809, or email mcarney@hygain.com.au Applications close: 18th April 2014

Phone Jeff on: 8794 9455 1117019-RMB05-14

POSITIONS VACANT

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

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED VEHICLE AN ADVANTAGE

C1032608-JL21-12

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

WALKERS WANTED

1129038-HM15-14

1130973-RC16-14

DRIVER

SEMI INTERSTATE DRIVER

Get paid while you walk !

Applications via email to Christine Hateley: pakenham@ newsxpress.com.au

SHEET METAL/ WELDER An established caravan manufacturer based in Pakenham is looking for an experienced and competent Sheet Metal Worker/Welder to join their growing team. Successful candidates must possess experience in the following: • Cutting, folding and fabrication of sheet metal • General Welding • Must be able to work independently Wages based on experience. Email resume to: ohs@goldstreamrv.com.au

SACKED? Forced to resign Redundancy

Just Relations Unfair Dismissal No Win - No Fee

9650 0735 www.justrelations.com C753789-SJ1-10

PROFESSIONAL C1020245-JL15-12

Applications close 27th April.

Approx 20hrs per week. Newsagency/Tatts experience preferred but not essential. Must demonstrate reliability, honesty, initiative, good maths/computer skills and have a warm, bubbly personality. Compulsory Police check.

1130927-RC16-14

POSITIONS VACANT

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

- CASUAL

1130108-RC16-14

1130958-RC16-14

Full Time Butcher

SECURITY PERSONNEL WANTED

RESUMES /EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

NEWSAGENCY RETAIL SALES

Independent Supermarket requires a Full Time butcher to work in a fast paced Supermarket Meat Room. This supermarket does all aspects of butchering in house, including Boning Bodies and Sausage making. The applicant should be experienced in these fields. Will consider 3rd or 4th year apprentice. Weekend work required as part of a normal roster.

Send applications to: The Manager, IGA Narre Warren Sth 245 Ormond road Narre Warren Sth Victoria 3805

POSITIONS VACANT

1130683-RC16-14

POSITIONS VACANT

Kinders Together is a cluster manager for a wonderful group of community kindergartens. We are currently seeking a highly motivated Early Childhood Teacher to join our team of dedicated and inspirational staff for the following short term maternity cover position:

1129511-HM15-14

1125094-RC12-14

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT/ TECHNICAL SALES

1130965-RC16-14

We are seeking an experienced casual Gardener to manage the extensive gardens of a private home in Pakenham Upper. The successful applicant will have demonstrated experience in all aspects of garden maintenance including mowing, weeding and weed control, planting, tree trimming, brush cutting, and some garden design in conjunction with the property owner. Applications should be forwarded to:Email: Admin@sse-group.com.au Telephone: 03 5943 3200

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

“Providing excellence in education for young children”

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

work from our Pakenham office. Experience in the application of IMS requirements in the Civil sector is required, together with the passion and desire to drive cultural change and achieve overall company compliance. The successful applicant will be required to provide worksite advice and guidance together with the continuous education and process improvement in an office environment. Remuneration offered will be commensurate to demonstrated skill and experience. Applications should be forwarded to:Services South East Pty Ltd Email: SueK@portburydc.com Telephone: 03 5943 3200

POSITIONS VACANT

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.

SELF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES SHEETMETAL WORKERS Full time positions available for experienced workers, with immediate start. Dandenong South location. To apply please forward resume to: admin @dbacoustics.com.au

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Candidates called up By LACHLAN MOORHEAD and DANIELLE GALVIN

Pensioner Alan Richardson is vehemently opposed to the potential rise of the pension age to 70. Picture: ROB CAREW

Age old pension problem By LACHLAN MOORHEAD A POTENTIAL rise of the pension age to 70 hinted at by the Federal Government last week has divided the opinion of seniors in Casey. Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has previously said the pension age will have to rise, with 70 being the age considered by the Federal Government in the lead-up to its May Budget. Changes to the indexation of pensions to curb the increasing cost of the payment are also being considered. Berwick part pensioner Alan Richardson slammed the potential

pension age increase as a “cycle of madness”, citing Australia’s struggling manufacturing industry. “Why punish people because they’re living longer, why do that?” the 69-year-old said. “I’m totally opposed to it (increasing the pension age). “For younger people now, with the pool of work diminishing, all we’ll be doing is keeping some of those people out of work. “It’s a cycle of madness and increasing the pension age will only worsen this cycle. “We have to address the issue and get our manufacturing base back up and running.”

Fellow Berwick resident Bob Burns, 73, and also on a part pension, supported a change to the pension age, saying it was inevitable. “The current age pension system can’t last into the future. “When the aged pension was originally developed, the life expectancy of a male was 59 and you didn’t qualify until you were 65,” he said. “But there’s no way that the current funding model can cope.” Australians will have the oldest pensionable age in the world if it rose to 70, according to data from the Organisation for Economic CoOperation and Development.

Labor introduced changes in 2009 that would already see the pension age rise from 65 to 67 between 2017 and 2023. Mr Hockey, 48, said on Sunday that his generation would have to work for longer because there would be serious future budgetary stresses from an ageing population, but he stopped short last week of nominating a rise in the pension age to 70. “It may be the case that my generation has to work an extra three years... ” Mr Hockey told the ABC. “The fact is that now, as in the United Kingdom, it’s probably the case in Australia, one in every three children born today will live to 100.”

CASEY councillor Susan Serey was last night chosen as the Liberal candidate for Narre Warren South for November’s State Election. Cr Serey, who was selected as the candidate at a preselection convention on Tuesday night, is the third Casey councillor to be chosen as a Liberal candidate ahead of the polls, with Mayor Geoff Ablett to contest the seat of Cranbourne and deputy mayor Amanda Stapledon standing for the party in Narre Warren North. The Narre Warren South seat is currently held by Labor MP Judith Graley. At the 2010 State Election, Ms Graley achieved 50.25 per cent of the vote to Liberal candidate and current Casey councillor Gary Rowe’s 41.07 per cent, with the Greens on 8.68 per cent. Across the way, Cardinia shire Cr Collin Ross announced in March that he had been endorsed as the ALP candidate for Gembrook, which is currently held by Liberal up-and-comer Brad Battin. “As a parent with a mortgage and (as) a smallbusiness owner, I understand how difficult it can be sometimes to keep on top of the bills,” Cr Ross said. “Throughout my time as a Cardinia Shire councillor, I have spoken up for thousands of local families struggling with increased living pressures.” Cr Ross said he would continue to serve the people of Cardinia Shire on the council. “I believe the experience gained from being a councillor will give me the local knowledge to best connect with voters,” he said. “As an example, Ken Smith and Russell Broadbent both spent six years as councillors before being elected to state and federal parliament.” Mr Battin was elected in November 2010, taking the seat from Labor’s Tammy Lobato. The Liberal Party’s Adminstrative Committee will consider candidates for Legislative Assembly seats in the near future, while its preselection conventions for the Legislative Council seats of Southern Metropolitan, Northern Metropolitan and Western Victoria will be held in the coming weeks.

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Well placed for work Market’s fresh autumn produce THE Berwick Farmers’ Market is located at the Old Cheese Factory in Homestead Road, Berwick. The grounds are particularly attractive with trees in full leaf, the lawns and children’s play castle are a delight for families. There is ample free parking, and entrance is by a coin donation. This month the market features three outstanding producers and their products, which have a devoted and loyal customer base. Rosa-Lee Mileto’s strawberries have been described as “something to die for”. This may sound extreme, but when you visit her stall, the display and customer service backs up the huge impact and taste of her premium grade Albion strawberries. The magic begins at the family’s Woori Yallock farm where the strawberries are grown to perfection. They are hand-selected and picked the afternoon before market so that customers take them home fresh. Delicious strawberries are something people love to scrunch in their mouths. Added to ice cream or cake with a sugar sprinkle they are a popular desert or treat. Customers can pre-order strawberries or roses at rosiesstrawberries@outlook.com The second farming family was given extensive exposure on the ABC Landline program.

Rosa-Lee Mileto and her sisters Isobella and Liana presenting strawberries from the Woori Yallock family farm. Dan and Cath Drougas run a family mixed livestock farm at Yarram in Gippsland. They supply top quality meat products. All beef cuts, or a full veal roast fillet, and a wide choice of Wiltshire horn lamb are available. A delicious entree can be constructed from their varieties of gourmet Cornish, beef and honey, beef and pepper, and Crosio sausages. Dan has been a long-term promoter of pre-ordering and market pick up. Contact Dan at info@thefarmersmarket.com. au to order meats online for collection at the market. Long-term stallholders, Dianne and Ron Moore of Labertouche Farm, are the source of outstanding free range eggs. It is a wise move to visit them early as their high quality eggs always sell out quickly. Pre-order at diron@dcsi.net.au These three families are outstanding providers of the highest quality products at reason-

able prices. The market’s vegetable range extends from asparagus and beetroot, to carrots, cucumbers and cabbages, and from broccoli, garlic and mushrooms, to salad greens and zucchini. The market has a wide range of the very best seasonal fruit; just picked apples, oranges, kiwifruit, strawberries and raspberries are in season. Added to this are selections of teas and herbs. Take advantage of the warm weather, which provides the perfect opportunity to shop and relax on Saturday 26 April 2014. Rotary Club of Berwick Farmers’ Market offers free parking at The Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick. The market is on Saturday 26 April 2014, 8am to 12.30pm. Inquiries: Joe Collins: jco33418@bigpond.net.au

SKILLS and Jobs Australia has more than 30 years’ experience in the job placement industry in the area. Phillip Short and his team of marketers are here to not only help job seekers get a qualification but to market them to employment as well. Phillip has found jobs in the hidden job market in every state in Australia and is now bringing his team back to Dandenong to introduce the Lets Get Working program. Phillip has lived in this area for more than 40 years and wants to use his knowledge and expertise to get people back in work. This is a unique service because it helps unemployed people get into sustainable employment of their choice. Phillip and his team have placed more than 800 unemployed people into jobs in the bayside area. Skills and Jobs has built up many employer relationships over the years in the area and have the scores on the board and a proven track record in finding unemployed people jobs that are second

Phillip Short from Skills and Jobs Australia. to none. Those who want to be next should call 1300 136 975 to book themselves into employment. For those who are serious about finding work, Skills and Jobs Australia is serious about finding it for them. Book now because places are limited.

Kumon way to excellence KUMON’S maths and English programs are tailored for each child to learn new maths concepts and to enjoy reading widely, giving them confidence in the classroom and in everyday life. With more than four million students learning the Kumon method worldwide and 30 years of experience in Australia, it is important for all children to be confident with the fundamentals of maths and literacy. By tailoring the programmes to suit each child’s ability, students progress at a pace that is challenging yet achievable. Even younger students enrol for Kumon and enjoy their

first encounters with words and numbers designed to spark their curiosity through individualised programmes. Kumon helps students ac-

quire the skills to learn independently and the knowledge to be able to study material beyond their school grade level. The Kumon English programme also encourages a love for reading across all ages. To support this, the Kumon recommended reading list is a great tool that families find useful. The Kumon Method is designed to give children motivation to learn by building their numeracy and reading skills through daily practice. To learn more about the Kumon Method and Kumon English and Maths programs, or to find a local Kumon centre near you, visit our website: http:// au.kumonglobal.com


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Top of the ladder By JARROD POTTER CAVALIERS tower over all three divisions in the Big V with the senior men, women and youth men leading their competitions respectively. The Cavaliers’ women pushed away from the dogged Vikings to claim a 21-point victory on Sunday afternoon. Keeping full court pressure on the visiting Blackburn, the match went at a frenetic backand-forth pace as steals and unblocked lay-ups dominated the first half. Casey managed to shut down Blackburn’s scoring avenues in the last quarter to run away with the 75-54 win. Casey led by exceptional games from its main guard trio. Sammy Johnson (18 points, 5 rebounds) and Lara Pauline (13 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists) led the scoresheet while Pauline and captain Amy McFarlane (6 points, 4 rebounds, 9 assists) brought their team mates into the match with an assist frenzy. The Cavaliers put on 22-12 assists on Blackburn and followed up the impressive team-oriented structures with 19-15 steals. The Cavaliers youth men sit atop the table in their division after their fifth win in a row came from a 82-76 win over Chelsea Gulls. Aaron Bower (20 points) led the scoresheet while Sean Mckinnon (12 points, 9 rebounds) and Alistair Parker (11 points, 8 rebounds) excelled in the key. Casey men, which had a bye this week, host Keilor first up after the Easter break on 26 April while the youth men face Corio Bay at home in the curtain raiser from 6pm.

Casey’s defensive powerhouses Jess Szalek and Natalie Dowdy make it tough for Blackburn’s Michaela Shaw. 118645 Picture: JARROD POTTER

Mijovic drafted Washington Mystic By JARROD POTTER ONE moment Carley Mijovic is talking to her mother on the phone. The next she has been drafted into the world’s best women’s basketball league. Checking her Twitter account on Tuesday, Mijovic, 19, from Narre Warren, found out she had become a Washington Mystic to make her one of a select few Australians drafted. The Washington Mystics - a franchise in the American Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) - called out Mijovic’s name with pick 30 in the 2014 WNBA Draft, making her part of an exclusive group of Australians to be drafted into the league. It came as a surprise to the young Canberra Capitals and Basketball Australian Centre of Excellence (BA COE) player in the WNBL and SEABL respectively, as her name was put up for draft consideration after she turned 19. “I’m quite excited - I was on the phone to my mum then I got off the phone and I was tagged on a tweet on Twitter and that’s how I found out,” Mijovic said. “I didn’t expect it so there was a bit of shock.” “I just qualified for it (WNBA Draft) because I’m 19 now and any team can get anyone really.” Mijovic’s last year has been a whirlwind as she relocated to Canberra and earned her spot in a series of Australian Opals camps. “Everything is just happening, it’s fairly full on,” Mijovic said.

Carley Mijovic has become a Washington Mystic after her selection in Tuesday’s WNBA Draft. 113111 Picture: BASKETBALL AUSTRALIA

Tooradin’s Josh Beaver has gained selection for the Australian Pan Pacs swimming team in August alongside team mate Matson Lawson. 118290 Picture: ROB CAREW

Feeding TigerSharks By JARROD POTTER

“Opals camp so that’s what I’m focused on pretty much at the moment. “I’m loving it and I’m learning heaps off all the older girls here, so I’m really enjoying it.” The Capitals’ season didn’t pan out the way Mijovic hoped, but learning from the likes of coach Carrie Graf and star player Abby Bishop vindicated her decision to move on from Dandenong.

“I thought it was a bit disappointing with the result, but I think I learnt lots during that season and Carrie Graf, our coach, she was good for me and playing and training with Abby Bishop, I learned a lot off her,” Mijovic said. Mijovic wanted to thank her family, friends and coaches throughout her basketball journey for their support and encouragement.

MORE great news came from the stellar swims of Casey TigerSharks’ backstroke pair Josh Beaver and Matson Lawson - with the duo gaining automatic selection for the Australian team at the Pan Pacific Championships. The TigerSharks backstroke dynamos will finish up their Commonwealth Games responsibilities in Glasgow, Scotland before heading to the Gold Coast to compete in the Pan Pacific Championships from 21-25 August. The best swimming nations in the world including the USA, Canada and Japan will be hungry

for glory at the Pan Pacs, with the event to be held at the newly refurbished, state-of-the-art Gold Coast Aquatic Centre - which will also host the swimming and diving at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Mitch Pratt is also on the cusp of gaining selection to the Australian Pan Pacs team, provided he can swim an A-qualifying time at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. Meanwhile the best junior TigerSharks took to the pool at the Sydney Aquatic Centre this week for the Swimming Australia Age Championships.

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Sport A goalscoring hug from Goran Jozeljic for team mates Halil Gur and Damien Miskulin. 118626

Goal-mania for City By JARROD POTTER WITH no love lost in the cross-town showdown, the much-wanted victory went Dandenong City’s way to take a 5-2 win over local rivals Springvale White Eagles. It was a sedate affair heading into the break as Dandenong City managed to wrangle a solitary goal from Halil Gur, but it could have been two as Keegan Ziada had his penalty kick saved and the rebound volley sailed over the crossbar in the 18th minute. Gur made amends for an earlier missed shot of his own by slotting the go-ahead goal in the 40th minute. As interesting as the first half seemed, the second half alone justified the price of entry as Dandenong City rattled off four goals in a little under 10 minutes. Dario Matkovic slotted in arguably one of the goals of the year so far, making his long-range free kick beat Springvale’s keeper Bojan Tomic. Not to be left out of the second half theatrics, Springvale White Eagles slotted its first through Vojislav Milojevic in the 63rd minute to immediately respond positively to Matkovic’s stellar shot. Dandenong City’s Raymond Lay added the next City goal instantly afterwards as the goal-mania continued unabated by the White Eagles’ defence. Damien Miskulin put the match out

Dandenong City’s Sean Seavill pushes past a Springvale White Eagles opponent. 118626 Pictures: JARROD POTTER of reach for Springvale with Dandenong City’s fourth before the icing on the cake was frosted by Goran Jozeljic after some amazing work hard up to the goal-line by Matkovic to make the assist. Jamie de Smit got the best of Dennys Martin late in the match, with a bouncing ball goosestepping the City keeper, but all told it was a victory to savour for Dandenong and a defeat to immediately forget for the White Eagles. “Today with a little determination they showed from the first minute that we want to win the game and feeling that a home win was a fantastic performance,” City coach Ivan Duzel said.

“To score five goals, and it could’ve been more, but I’m happy with what the boys showed today.” Duzel highlighted the efforts of his speedsters up front - Damien Miskulin, Dario Matkovic and Keegan Ziada - and thought they would have great seasons in this league. In other local results - Casey Comets men lost to FC Clifton Hill 0-2.Doveton SC defeated Seaford 3-2, following goals to Aleksandar Dukic, Grant Lane and Ioasa Saemo. Berwick City drew 3-3 with Nunawading City following goals from Alpha Turay, Michael Franco and Orlando Mejias.

Dirty, for Evans’ sake By JARROD POTTER IT WAS a long time coming, but finally the splashing, dashing, and hopefully no bike crashing, around Lysterfield Lake returned on Sunday for first and only Casey Cardinia Triathlon Squad Dirty Triathlon of 2014. With one race to decide the championship, the starter’s pistol for the long course race produced a cheeky inland dash up an adjacent peninsula from Tony Evans that did not pay dividends - as he tried to put a buffer on the better swimmers. Splashing carefully around killer whale, Nemo and shark (inflatables), the cream rose to the top through the swim, as Russell Kennedy and Chris Gumley left the water neck-and-neck. They raced up the dam wall and across to the bike transition for the 30 kilometre ride around the Lake’s mountain-bike course. The all-terrain triathlon could not split the two leaders, with Dale Hemley in no-man’s land between the front runners and a group behind him of Stuart Walpole, Andrew McKenzie and Dean Jackson. With the nine-kilometre run left, the Kennedy-Gumley tussle loomed as a close finish as they left the bikes, but Kennedy managed to charge home and hold on to an 18-second lead to claim the championship. Belinda Hadden exited the water third overall after an exceptional swim and continued her strong form through the bike and the run to finish first in the female category and ninth overall. In the shorter lengths, the sprint category top-three were Andrew Noordhoff, club member Tom Boatman and Chris Trounson, then Gael Somerville, Julia Clark, and Alison O’Hare for the ladies. The mini category was won by club members Sienna Grove and Jarrod Morey. With a field of 50 competitors testing their mettle across the long, sprint and mini courses,

it proved a stellar success for the club.

CASEY CARDINIA TRIATHLON SQUAD DIRTY TRIATHLON RESULTS LONG COURSE - MALE Russell Kennedy (2:15:44), Chris Gumley (2:16:02), Dale Hemley (2:19:57), Mark McNamara (2:26:30), Stuart Walpole (2:28:12), Andrew McKenzie (2:28:26), Dean Jackson (2:28:35), Dale Linaker (2:37:03), Tony Evans (2:44:20), Mark Mackenzie (2:51:26), Daniel Hahn (2:52:27), Liam Davies (3:00:14), Ian Renouf (3:06:45), Michael Gallasch (3:08:55), Nathan Richer (3:21:23).

LONG COURSE - FEMALE Belinda Hadden (2:37:21), Elizabeth Dornom (2:40:12), Tori Carroll (2:41:08), Janine Donaldson (2:53:20), Katie Wells (3:00:26), Flying Kiwis (3:24:42).

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By RUSSELL BENNETT AARON Avery was honoured to win the Terry Stephenson Medal as the best player in the WGCA’s Premier division in 2013-14, but he said he would still give it back in a heartbeat if it meant another flag for the Gulls. Avery was standing next to the bar at the Berwick Bowls Club on Friday night, chatting to Kooweerup counterpart Michael Giles, when his name was called out as the winner of the West Gippsland Cricket Association’s Premier grade player of the year. With beer in hand, the Tooradin skipper’s mind couldn’t be further away from the showpiece award at league’s night of nights. Still, Avery summed up 2013-14 as his best season since his return to the Seagulls nest from Frankston Peninsula seven years ago. He finished with 425 runs at an average of 47, and 25 wickets at 10.4. Ironically, the star all-round-

Outgoing Tooradin skipper Aaron Avery missed part of the WGCA Premier season with a hamstring injury but still won the Terry Stephenson Medal. 118779 Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT er credited a strong, injury-free pre-season as a key behind his consistency. “My hamstrings have always been an issue for me,” he said. “I have no idea why - I stretch and do all the right things but I’ve probably just got short hamstrings too.” Avery won the Terry Stephenson Medal, struck in honour of the former league president and Pakenham life member, with 15 votes - one ahead of Upper Beaconsfield

skipper John Simpson and Pakenham super-bat, Chris Smith. But he’ll remember Friday night much more for the presentation of Tooradin’s B Grade and F Grade premiership flags. Of the Gulls’ five senior teams, four made the finals this season. Avery and clubmate Jarred Thompson even coached the Tooradin under-17s into a grand final. For more on this year’s WGCA awards, see this week’s edition of the Berwick-Pakenham Gazette.

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QUIZ NUMBER 1249 1. WHICH two teams met in the historic Major League Baseball game in Sydney last month? 2. WHIC American won the 50 metre freestyle swimming gold medal at the 2004 Olympics? 3. WHO refused to leave his bowls match despite the attack by the Spanish armada? 4. IN what sport did Dr Benjamin Spock represent the USA at the 1924 Olympics? 5. WHO was the first cricketer to be knighted? 6. WHICH American tennis star gave his name to the game’s most prized trophy? 7. WHICH famous English athlete was named by his actress mother after a Shakespearian character? 8. AN Australian is among a select group of women to have completed the tennis grand slam. Who is she? 9. WHO won five gold medals for the USA at the 1980 winter Olympics? 10. WHO was the first black man to win Wimbledon? 11. WHO was the first Australian woman to win a world rowing championship? 12. WHAT is the boxing term for an illegal punch to the back of the neck? 13. WHICH promising golfer won the 1984 NSW Open and the 1985 Victorian Open? 14. WHICH Australian husband and wife both won silver medals at the 2006 Commonwealth Games? 15. WHICH Aussie runner has won the British amateur 400 metres title three times? 16. OF whom did Muhammad Ali say: “I’ve seen him shadow boxing and the shadow won!”? 17. WHO scored the most runs for Australia on the 2009 tour of England ? 18. WHO was the first Australian to win the US Open golf title? 19. WHICH Australian boxer won a world title 196 days after his first professional fight? 20. WHO beat Pat Cash to take out the 1987 Australian Indoor Tennis title?

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Support shortfall forces withdrawal By JARROD POTTER THE Victorian Women’s Football League will not have a south-east presence in its Premier competition this season. Berwick will be without a senior women’s football team for the first time since 2004 following a decision by the women’s team, the VWFL and AFL Victoria to relocate this season due to a lack of numbers on and off the field. With Berwick not entering a Youth Girls team this season in the South East Juniors and the senior club struggling for players, members and volunteers, Berwick and AFL Victoria decided it was best for the players to relocate the remaining players to Cranbourne Women’s Football Club this season. Cranbourne will operate a VWFL Division 1 and Division 3/4 team in 2014, taking the spot allocated for Berwick’s reserves team to help maintain high level football in the City of Casey. In a coup for Cranbourne, Berwick’s VWFL coach for the last two seasons - former Melbourne champion Shaun Smith - will continue as the Eagles Division 1 coach this year. “We’re not here to bag Berwick - we’ve had a strong relationship there over the years - but the relationship broke down and for the players and the players’ future it was a good idea to merge with Cranbourne,” Smith said.

“We agreed to disagree on a few things and it was just the right thing to do and there’s no animosity at all between the two parties and, hopefully, one day Berwick will rise up again.” Smith said the choice was either to hang on at Berwick in Premier Division and hope for improvement or to cut their losses at Manuka Road and head out to Casey Fields and lay the groundwork for a powerhouse in the future. “We would have liked to hang in there at Berwick, but for the future Cranny is excited to have a chance to play in Premier and for us as a group coming back into Premier league, that’s the plan next year and to really hit it hard,” Smith said. “It wasn’t really a hard decision - especially after meeting with them - they (Cranbourne Football Club) seem like really nice people and are very passionate about women’s footy and that’s what we need. “We’re playing Division 1 this year, which is not ideal, but you have to go backwards sometimes to go forward.” Smith believed all the remaining Wickers would come across to join the Eagles and the Division 1 team would benefit from the existing links between Cranbourne’s Youth Girls and Division 3/4 teams where Keith Edwards has fostered a strong development program. Cranbourne Football Club president Shane Baker said that over the past couple of weeks

Berwick and the VWFL had approached the Eagles to help retain elite women’s football in the area. “It was a pretty quick turnaround,” Baker said. “We got wind of what was happening less than two weeks ago. “We met with the VWFL and players from the Berwick women’s team and we ran it by our board and over the next three to four days. “After a bit of toing and froing we decided it was in the best interest for us and the girls playing at Berwick to host those girls and play under the Cranbourne banner.” Cranbourne will retain coach Edwards as its Division 3/4 coach and Baker said the Eagles were excited to gain a coach of Smith’s calibre. “That’s a real bonus for us - to have a guy of his (Smith) quality, an ex-AFL footballer and the report we have from the girls is that he is an exceptional coach and everyone is going to have a win here,” Baker said. Baker said the addition of the VWFL Division 1 team cemented Cranbourne’s desire to be an all-round club, for men’s and women’s football of all abilities and ages. The loss of Berwick leaves only two women’s football clubs - Cranbourne and Hallam within the cities of Casey, Greater Dandenong and Cardinia Shire after St John’s folded and Keysborough relocated to Mordialloc.

Berwick Women’s Football Club has merged with Cranbourne and Berwick’s coach Shaun Smith will take the helm of the Eagles VWFL Division 1 women’s team this season. 99731 Picture: JARROD POTTER

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Premierships: 2004 (Division 3) and 2006 (South East Conference).

Bears consume Eagles Southern Football League and Victorian Amateur Football Association SFL DIVISION 2 football did not treat Doveton Eagles kindly with the Caulfield Bears snaring a 24-point triumph in the SFL’s first round. Doveton Eagles made a huge jump out of the blocks with a nine-goal-to-three opening term - spearheaded by 2013 SFL Division 3 best and fairest Mark Mott (three goals), Corrie Wilson (two) and Enayte Samadi (two). The run-and-carry attacking game style abandoned Doveton

Eagles in the second term as Caulfield fought back into the match before taking the lead early in the third quarter. Doveton Eagles could not match pace with the Bears in the final term and were downed 16.13 (109) to 13.7 (85). In Division 3, Endeavour Hills continued to fly high with a crosstown beating of local rival Hallam by 10 points. The Hawks seized the lead in the third term before the Falcons swooped to kick three goals and capture their second victory of the season. Shane Peake drilled three goals for the Falcons while Matt

Robertson had a trio of his own for the Hawks.

VAFA ST Francis Xavier improved to a 1-1 record with a 66-point belting of Power House. Sticking in the clash through the first term, Power House fell away after quarter-time as Ben Spencer (four goals) and Brent Sheers (three goals) found their kicking boots. A solitary goal after half-time summed up a dog day for Power House as the X-Men thumped home seven of their own to take the 13.11 (89) to 5.3 (33) victory. Lucas Day, Sam Burns and Leigh Andrews were best afield.

Some of the state championship stars from Casey Little Athletics, from left, were Caitlyn McCormick, Aiden Saluni-Kettle, Ethan Harris, Nikola Mandic, Hayley Woolfe, Josie Lawton, Amber Clarke, Bec Henderson, Karla Bulte and Shimona Albuquerque. 117927 Picture: ROB CAREW

Little athletes stepping up

Doveton Eagles forward Nathan Wilson edges out Caulfield’s Tom Heagney for a mark. Picture: JARROD POTTER 118625

A HOST of local athletics stars shone bright at Little Athletics Victoria’s State Championships, held recently at Lakeside Stadium in Albert Park. More than 50 Casey Little Athletics stars qualified through region events to be able to compete at state level. They all gave it their best shot, with many achieving personal best times, distances and heights. In all, 10 athletes won 14 state medals between them. Casey Little Athletics - just one of 104 Little Athletics Victoria centres across the state - won eight gold, four silver and two bronze medals in a stunning result for the club.

CASEY LITTLE ATHLETICS STATE CHAMPIONSHIP MEDALS GOLD Josie Lawton (Under 9 girls) 60m hurdles and 80m hurdles Amber Clarke (Under 9 girls) 100m Caitlyn McCormick (Under 10 girls) shot put Ethan Harris (Under 10 boys) 60m hurdles and 80m hurdles - both in Victorian-best times Nikola Mandic (Under 11 boys) 1500m walk in a Victorian-best time Bec Henderson (Under 13 girls) 1500m walk SILVER Josie Lawton (Under 9 girls) 400m Hayley Woolfe (Under 10 girls) 1100m walk Aiden Saluni-Kettle (Under 13 boys) 80m hurdles Karla Bulte (Under 14 girls) 1500m walk BRONZE Amber Clarke (Under 9 girls) 800m Shimona Albuquerque (Under 14 girls) 800m

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Morrish Eagles soar

Scorpions strain against the Cats

By DAVID NAGEL

By JARROD POTTER

CRANBOURNE has celebrated the 150th game of key-defender Stuart Morrish in style, thrashing Keysborough by 116 points at Casey Fields on Friday night. The Eagles,((**SUBS who started slowly in their round - Please bold Tooradin-Dalmore, one clash withDoveton, ROC, were fired-up from in thetheopenBerwick and Pakenham ing bounce, kicking 7.5 to 0.1 below in theand first term to seniors table directly please bolda the top five on the ladder.)) end the game as contest. “That was our focus, to start well and not have a repeat of that first half against ROC,” Cranbourne coach Scott Sutherland said. “He (Morrish) led us out and played a terrific game at centre-half-back.” Former Beaconsfield and Garfield player, Luke Bee-Hugo, was superb on centre-wing for the Eagles, while Max Gearon provided plenty of drive through the midfield. But it was the Eagles fire-power up forward that provided the main difference between the two sides. Michael Theodoridis was once again impressive, booting six, and Tim Smith was elusive with three, while skipper Marc Holt stole the limelight with a brilliant nine-goal haul. “He’s kicked nine, but it’s the things he does besides kicking goals that is most impressive,” Sutherland said. “His second, third and fourth efforts are really team-lifting, it’s just remarkable the stuff he does around the ground.” Michael Downie and Tim Werner battled hard for the Burra. DOVETON rebounded from a disappointing round one loss to Keysborough to score a hardfought, 10-point away victory over Tooradin. Doveton’s best was Michael Rodriquez, who kept Julian Suarez goalless for the afternoon while Cam Williamson made the most of his opportunities to kick four for the winners. Frank D’Agostino continued his bright start to the season in the ruck while Phil Nanfra was effective in his first senior game since switching from ROC. James Cottrell, Matt Wade and Brett Scarcella were best for the Seagulls. BERWICK is the Prince George of Casey Cardinia football -third in line for the crown- after a right-royal thrashing of Pakenham at Toomuc Reserve on Saturday. The Wickers 96-point win follows an 88-point dissection of Beaconsfield in round one, that’s third and fourth from last season now disposed of, with only Cranbourne and Narre Warren, the Wickers next two opponents and grand finalists from the last three years standing in their way. Berwick kicked 14.3 to 1.3 in the second and third quarters and had winners everywhere. Skipper Madi Andrews was magnificent through the midfield while Clayton recruit Aaron Purvis lived up to all the hype surrounding his arrival. Paul Vanschilt once again used his pace to advantage while Daniel Harrison played a great game on the wing, the former ruckman kicking three goals in clearly his best game for the club. Nathan Waite kicked five goals in just over a half for the winners while Jack Kowarzik and Dom Paynter were two players who could hold their heads high for Pakenham.

A ONE-QUARTER effort was always going to leave Casey Scorpions short against last year’s grand finalist Geelong. Outside of an impressive third term, the Scorpions struggled to make a dent against the Cats’ bigger bodies in a 16-point loss at Casey Fields on Sunday. Casey Scorpions floundered in the first half as Geelong chipped away to a five-goal lead at halftime by outpacing the nimble Scorpions to every contest and charging past them at every chance. Whatever rev-up or spray that coach Rohan Welsh delivered in the rooms at the main change paid off hugely as the Scorpions woke up from their first-half daze. Casey found numerous goal-kickers with former Cat Shannon Byrnes (three goals) drilling his majors in the third term with hard-marking Jack Fitzpatrick (three) and Christian Salem (two) also hitting the scoreboard in a rapid comeback. Geelong jagged a late goal in the quarter to regain a slender four-point lead at the final change. With the wind at its back, the Cats went into the last quarter with gusto and vigour, which the Scorpions could not match. Four quick Geelong goals iced the match before Casey regained some score line credibility late in the clash once the result was decided. Evan Panozza was exceptional as the central defender squaring off with Geelong tall Joel Hamling (two goals) and Aiden Reilly is a baffling omission from the Casey bests as he fought all day under the packs and generated a number of clearances. Casey coach Rohan Welsh said the Scorpions in the third term had the level of intensity needed to win VFL matches, but the rest of the match failed them. “We had our chances in the third quarter to probably put more scoreboard pressure on them and we didn’t capitalise on that,” Welsh said. Sitting in 10th place on the VFL ladder, Casey will head to Frankston Park on Sunday to face the Dolphins from 2pm.

Cranbourne’s Michael Theodoridis takes a strong mark in front of Keysborough’s Glen Picture: JARROD POTTER Hawthorn at Casey Fields on Friday night. 118619 NARRE Warren was quite simply magnificent in its 98-point victory over Beaconsfield. The Magpies looked like they hadn’t been fed for a week, an insatiable appetite for the pill proving too much for the Eagles to handle as the visitors kicked 6.4 before the home side had scored. Narre had many winners throughout the course of the day, with its defence particularly impressive. Ryan Morrison did a great job of keeping Brent Heus goalless, while Nick Scanlon, Kain Baskaya and Ben King were impenetrable across half back. Kerem Baskaya, Justin Marriott, and Ben Wragg kicked three each for the winners, while small defender Cleyton Bertoncello tried his heart out for the Eagles. ROC has reversed the trend from a week ago, this time capitalising on a fast start to walk away from Robert Booth Reserve nine-goal winners over Hampton Park. The Kangaroos bounced out of the blocks, opening up a 34-point lead at quarter time and that was the end of the penny section. James Sloothaak, James Waldon and exciting 16-yearold Ryan Spierings were superb down back while Matthew Clarke chimed in with five goals. Matthew Cox kicked three for the hosts, but for the second week running was the only multiple contributor for his side. Adam Koe, Luke O’Brien and Nathan Dawes did well around the ground while ruckman Billy Thomas battled hard in the ruck against Dylan Chapman.

CCFL SCOREBOARD - ROUND 2 SENIORS ROC HAMPTON PARK DOVETON TOORADIN-DALMORE NARRE WARREN BEACONSFIELD BERWICK PAKENHAM CRANBOURNE KEYSBOROUGH

5.4 6.9 0.0 0.5 2.1 7.2 4.2 5.3 6.5 10.6 1.3 2.5 4.1 11.2 1.5 1.7 7.5 10.9 0.1 1.4

11.10 13.13 (91) 1.8 4.12 (36) 10.3 12.5 (77) 7.8 9.13 (67) 18.13 20.16 (136) 2.6 5.8 (38) 18.4 19.10 (124) 2.8 3.10 (28) 18.12 21.15 (141) 2.5 3.7 (25)

RESERVES: ROC 15.7 (97) d Hampton Park 8.4 (52). Tooradin-Dalmore 7.5 (47) d Doveton 5.12 (42). Narre Warren 7.10 (52) d Beaconsfield 4.9 (33). Berwick 10.10 (70) d Pakenham 8.2(50). Cranbourne 16.24 (120) d Keysborough 0.1 (1). UNDER 19: Hampton Park 11.12 (78) d ROC 9.9 (63). Tooradin-Dalmore 11.12 (78) d Doveton 2.2 (14). Narre Warren 9.11 (65) d Beaconsfield 4.5 (29). Berwick 11.7 (73) d Pakenham 2.4 (16). UNDER 17: ROC 10.12 (72) d Hampton Park 3.14 (32). Doveton 17.11 (113) d Tooradin-Dalmore 6.6 (42). Narre Warren 8.27 (75) d Beaconsfield 2.2 (14). Berwick 14.18 (102) d Pakenham 7.4 (46). LADDER W L D % Berwick 2 0 0 362.86 Cranbourne 2 0 0 305.88 Narre Warren 2 0 0 250.00 Tooradin-Dalmore 1 1 0 190.74 ROC 1 1 0 96.79 Doveton 1 1 0 82.21 Keysborough 1 1 0 61.11 Pakenham 0 2 0 37.94 Beaconsfield 0 2 0 30.08 Hampton Park 0 2 0 29.57 This week: Easter weekend (no games).

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VFL CASEY SCORPIONS 2.3 4.6 9.12 12.14 (86) GEELONG CATS 3.0 9.8 10.10 14.18 (102) CASEY SCORPIONS Goals: S. Byrnes 3, J. Fitzpatrick 3, C. Salem 2, W. Petropoulos, T. Smith, N. Page, J. Best. Best: E. Panozza, S. Byrnes, N. Jetta, J. Toumpas, M. Gent, M. Clisby. GEELONG CATS Goals: J. Walker 3, J. Linton 2, J. Hollmer 2, J. Hamling 2, M. Luxford, J. Thurlow, Z. Bates, J. Jansen, M. Herbison. Best: J. Schroder, J. Walker, J. Sheringham, L. Bath, J. Hollmer, M. Herbison.

Young aces are on their toes THE first tennis competition specifically tailored for the 10-and-under age group has been successfully launched in the City of Casey. Tennis Australia’s popular Hot Shots tennis program uses modified equipment so that the younger age group can enjoy the game, and has now been turned into a participation based competition. “The kids love it and the parents are on the court encouraging and taking part,” said Casey Hot Shots League co-ordinator Sandi Dawson. Hot Shot Leagues involve timed matches with shorter sets, and a shorter travel time between events - making the sport more attractive for participants and parents. The final round of the Casey League, and its presentations, was played at the Doveton Tennis Club with the Fountain Gate Tennis Club winning both the Orange Ball and Green Ball sections. To register for Hot Shot leagues, contact local tennis clubs, Sandi Dawson on 0422 848 356 or email play@minitennisworld.com.au.

Sky-high Scorpions ruck/forward Mark Jamar leaps from the back of the pack for a strong hanger. 118646 Picture: JARROD POTTER

Some of the Casey area’s tennis stars of tomorrow had the time of their lives recently in the final round of the Casey Hot Shots League.

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The single-frame radiator grille gives the A3 Sedan a customary Audi introduction, large air inlets emphasise the width of the vehicle, while the flat roofline conveys the sense of a sleek coupe in profile. Optional LED headlamps and daytime running lights, plus LEDs at the rear, were added attractions on the test vehicle. A spacious interior is complemented by generous boot capacity of 425 litres, extendable for large objects by folding the rear seat backs. A net, hooked to floormounted rings, keeps cargo in its place. European elegance greets driver and passengers on entering the cabin. Quality fittings and fixtures, including leather upholstery, are a feature, while a well thought-out instrument display and control layout put the driver instantly at ease. The driver enjoys the benefit of information conveyed via a 3.5-inch screen on the dash directly behind the steering wheel. Displayed are important pieces of information and advice on fuel efficient driving, as well as alerts on recommended rests. The entire Audi automotive infotainment range has been brought to bear on the A3 sedan giving it a leading position in the segment. Central to this is a 5.8-inch power pop-up screen atop the central dashboard which, together with the Audi MMI navigation plus, an option in the test car, projects a wide range of information and gives the driver the ability to program vehicle systems via a control wheel on the centre console to suit their demands. The system runs an internal flash memory drive, DVD, eight-speaker radio, music and Bluetooth interface, while word recognition has the driver navigating, making phone calls or playing music simply by word of mouth. In frontal collisions passive safety is taken care of by cross and side members distributing forces away from the

passenger shell, while crumple zones around the vehicle absorb forces. From the side, sills and Bpillars offer protection and in a rear-ender, once again, cross members spread the danger outwards. Avoiding accidents is aided by a suite of state-of-the-art systems, including electronic stability control, anti-skid brakes with emergency braking and traction control. Package options include adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning and side assist. Don’t expect the A3 Sedan to set the world (or tarmac) alight. Emphasis here is on fuel economy. The 103 kW of power put out by the 1.4-litre engine has the car reaching 100 kilometres per hour from rest in a claimed 8.4 seconds. The 250 Nm of torque on tap between 1500 and 3500 revs, with its tuned in seven-speed double clutch DSG automatic transmission, has the car cruising with little stress, while the well-sorted suspension making for a smooth ride. The A3 1.4 sedan returned consumption of 5.7 litres using premium unleaded petrol on day-to-day running. One quibble, with the engine stop/start system operating, a further aid to saving fuel, the motor can be slow to cut in resulting in a ragged take-off. Audi extended its plant in Hungary to build the A3 Sedan, an investment it hopes to recoup in spades. With the company continuing to make inroads into the Australian market it’s a safe bet this will be the case. For more information contact Audi Barry Bourke, 755 Princes Highway, Berwick. Phone 9707 2222. Model range A3 Attraction sedan 1.4 TFSI COD S tronic: $39,800; A3 Ambition sedan 1.8 TFSI S tronic: $44,800; A3 Ambition sedan 2.0 TDI S tronic: $44,800; A3 Ambition sedan 1.8 TFSI quattro S tronic: $47,800.

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