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Ex-Cat kicked on in Vietnam FORMER Geelong Cats player Wayne Closter is pictured with then-captain Doug Wade adjusting his army uniform as he prepares for service overseas. On the eve of Anzac Day, Closter recounted his time in Vietnam where he was surprised to find himself playing a brutal series of Aussie Rules in the tropical heat. To read his story and the Independent’s other Anzac Day tales, turn to pages 4 and 5. Picture: REG RYAN 119065

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SOMETIMES only a wake uncovers the best stories of a life, as at least one local funeral celebrant often discovers. The latest involved a former chef of several Bellarine Peninsula hotels who took matters into his own hands to deal with a particularly vexatious head chef at one of the venues. The head chef made the mistake of entering the coolroom after making his underling’s life a misery to the point of resignation. Our man flicked the lock on the coolroom door, suggesting to the front-office staff as he left that they might like to check it in half an hour or so. Revenge really is a dish best served cold. INTELLIGENCE to hand suggests the new owners of Geelong’s oil refinery will paint over the vertically-arranged Shell lettering on the site’s prominent chimney stack. Sources said Vitol would paint out the letters from the bottom up to avoiding spelling ‘Hell’ as the work progressed. The towering stack and its flickering flame have been landmarks to visitors on their entry to Geelong for decades.

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IRISHMAN Paddy Cryan has returned to Geelong after his first visit home in more than a decade. Happy as he was to visit the old country, he was pleased to be back in Oz and even more chuffed when his mates at the Bush Inn presented a giant welcome-home card featuring a life-sized picture of him. That’s them above - the real Paddy’s on the right. Paddy admitted he was a little emotional about it all. “As a matter of fact, I was beside myself,” he quipped. BE CAREFUL what you wish for, advised an unknown sage. It’s a tip Geelong Mayor Darryn Lyons might like to re-

member after his embarrasing weekend tumble from a galloping horse while shooting a tourism campaign video on Ocean Grove’s beach. The Friday before he was spruiking the initiative in a press release from City Hall, announcing the clip would be released on social media. “I hope it goes viral,” he said. And viral it went, tumble and all. WITH all staff out of the office, the male half of a local husbandand-wife IT team thought it wise to lock up while also absent. But only after the lock clicked did he realise their keys and mobile phones were still inside, much to his wife’s displeasure as she faced a big workload that day. With no other option, the pair repaired to a nearby pub to wait for the nearest staff member’s return from Ballarat. Wifey was further peeved when hubby explained to disgruntled clients that “we” locked the keys inside. She’s put his blame-sharing on ice for use at an “appropriate time”.

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Calls grow for state to clear up hospital deal By NOEL MURPHY SHADOW Health Minister Gavin Jennings and Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association have backed calls for an Ombudsman inquiry into a secret $50 million deal between the State Government and private operator Epworth Hospital. Bellarine MP and former Barwon Health chair Lisa Neville last week demanded the Ombudsman probe, declaring “something stinks” about the deal for Epworth’s proposed Waurn Ponds training hospital to accommodate the Government’s promised public health care services for the suburb. The Government halted an open tender process for a public hospital

at Waurn Ponds before the Epworth arrangement was revealed. Mr Jennings said Geelong had been “promised a public hospital” but was “shortchanged by Denis Napthine”. “Under the public proposal the community knew what they were going to get but under this proposal no one knows what is on the cards because the deal has been shrouded in secrecy,” Mr Jennings said. Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association chief Alison Verhoeven told the Independent the deal should stand up to public scrutiny. “Governments are increasingly looking at options for contracting the provision of public hospital and healthcare services to private provid-

ers. However, the quality, safety and affordability of services must not be compromised by these arrangements, and taxpayer dollars must be well spent,” Ms Verhoeven said. “Governments committed to getting value for money in their contracting arrangements with the private sector should also commit to open and transparent tender processes which stand up to public scrutiny.” Epworth, running two years behind with its $277 million Waurn Ponds hospital, last week refused to answer questions submitted by the Independent, citing grounds it was an applicant in the tender process. However, it has since issued two lengthy media statements, citing a

starting date for work and the appointment of a new chief executive officer, Geelong’s Damian Armour. The Government’s Epworth deal involves 32 public beds, same-day surgery theatres, chemotherapy and renal dialysis services. The arrangement pushed aside St John of God, which recently completed a $65 million hospital expansion in Geelong. A second private hospital was also sidelined. Health Minister David Davis, a trenchant critic of previous government health spending, denied any deal was done with Epworth. He told the Independent “a strict process” was in place regarding the exclusive negotiation process.

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In brief Building up NEW-HOUSE approvals jumped 11 per cent in Geelong last year, according to new figures. Mayor Darryn Lyons said the growth made Geelong the “strongest regional market in Victoria” for residential building construction.

House petition A PETITION with over 1300 signatures against the sale of a Portarlington aged care home has hit state parliament. Bellarine MP Lisa Neville tabled the petition, seeking a review of Barwon Health’s planned sale of Ann Nichol House.

Drysdale developments A COLES supermarket and a bus depot are both a step closer for Drysdale after two council decisions this week. Councillors agreed to consider a planning application for the supermarket and voted to ask the Planning Minister for an independent panel to review submissions on the depot, with both developments earmarked for sites on Murradoc Rd.

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FEDERAL money for a long-awaited sports pavilion at Ocean Grove will be available as soon as Canberra and Geelong’s council sign a funding agreement, according to Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson. She said the Federal Government was “finalising the agreement” to provide its share of funding for the $5.5 million facility on Shell Rd.

A GEELONG supporter is pictured expressing her delight as the Geelong Cats beat Hawthorn last Monday. With the Cats now atop the AFL ladder, as the only unbeaten team so far this season, the good times are continuing down at Kardinia Park. To read coach Chris Scott’s thoughts on this weekend’s game, turn to Indy Sport on page 27. Picture: REG RYAN

Phoenix rises AN UNNAMED public space in Newtown will be known as Phoenix Reserve, Geelong councillor Stretch Kontelj has announced. He said the reserve would be named after a former Phoenix Wool Scouring Works, which operated in the area from the end of World War I to the 1970s.

Amphibious boost AN AMPHIBIOUS boat is set to conduct rescue operations from Torquay. The town’s marine rescue service this week unveiled its new $140,000 Sealegs rigid inflatable boat, which has wheels on retractable legs.

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By NOEL MURPHY JETSTAR direct flights from Avalon to Brisbane cease next week in the latest setback for the discount airline and the airport. Flights to Brisbane via Sydney might remain possible and Jetstar will offer an additional daily Sydney flight from Avalon but the end of April will mark another unwanted cut for the airport’s chief tenant. Jetstar operations at Avalon were set to cease until State Government, the airline Jetstar and Avalon owner

Linfox struck an $11 million deal to keep flights on site until April next year. Avalon and state and federal governments have maintained an optimistic face in recent weeks with announcements of an impending Chinese international carrier, Hainan, and new general aviation operations. The announcements, which eclipsed media coverage of 300 Qantas and Forstaff maintenance workers exiting Avalon, failed to prevent the airport, Jetstar and Qantas still

drawing negative attention on multiple fronts. This week Avalon was slammed over a controversial Melbourne billboard slogan and Facebook banner delcaring, ‘Fly domestic without having one’. Qantas was forced to turn around three flights to Hong Kong, Los Angeles and Sydney after faults were detected. Jetstar said its overall number of services from Avalon would remain unchanged at up to 35 departures weekly.

Jetstar Australia and New Zealand chief executive officer David Hall last month said the decision to cut the loss-making Brisbane service was made in consultation with Avalon Airport management. The extra Sydney flight would help provide a “better spread of services” throughout the day and would offer more convenient connections to Brisbane. The Independent was unable to contact Avalon chief Justin Giddings for comment.

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Anzac Day 2014 Our Brendan missing ‘sweetheart’ dad, sweetheart, I love you. “I’ll still be here this Anzac Day, so I’m sure this year’s Dawn Service will be one that I will cherish for the rest of my life.” A Drysdale Football Club player, Pt Fox worked as a plasterer, a tyre fitter and a truck driver before coming back to the army. “I originally joined the army in 2007 and left in 2011. I spent 14 months out and realised I missed it and re-enlisted. “I no longer live in Drysdale but I love getting back there to see my daughter and my family and would love to go and see the mighty Geelong Cats play footy again.

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PROUD: Private Brendan Fox at work in the Middle East.

Jap spies’ Danger mission revealed By NOEL MURPHY AS THOUSANDS gather at Torquay’s Point Danger for its Anzac Day Dawn Service few might be aware a World War II Japanese scout plane flew overhead in summer 1942. The plane launched from a submarine near King Island two hours before dawn on 26 February, manned by Nobuo Fujita and Shoji Okuda en route to Melbourne. They headed for Cape Otway and followed the coast, crossing the Bellarine Peninsula from Torquay toward Point Lonsdale and Portarlington. Fujita, a warrant flying officer, struck banks of cloud as he continued along the west coast of Port Phillip Bay and became uncertain of his position. He and Okuda eventually dropped below the clouds to about 300 metres

AIRMAN: Nobuo Fujita had an aerial perspective of Torquay’s annual Dawn Service location. but were horrified to find the Laverton RAAF base directly below. They retreated to the clouds with two RAAF aircraft in hot pursuit. The Japanese airmen proceeded on to Altona and over the Williamstown rifle range where ack-ack gun crews also spotted

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them but the battery failed to open fire as the officer in charge sought permission from his superiors. Fujita and Okuda hightailed out of the place, heading out toward the bay. Flying as low as 300 metres they spied Melbourne’s city centre, its docks at the mouth of the Yarra River - and ships under repair - as well as the rooftops of the suburbs, open countryside and livestock. The pair followed the bay coastline south over St Kilda, Brighton, Sandringham and Frankston, noting 19 ships and boats including six warships, a light cruiser and five destroyers. Crossing the coast at Dromana they flew out over Bass Strait toward King Island’s Cape Wickham where the Japanese submarine awaited nearby.

GEELONG’S Norm Lane paid the ultimate price in the service of his country. But even residents of the suburb named after him, Norlane, would be unaware of the horrors he endured as a prisoner of war in Changi and as a slave on the Burma-Thai railway. But Geelong RSL wants to change all that with a push to create a memorial to ensure everlasting recognition of his sacrifice. Norman John Lane died from pneumonia at 8.15am on 20 September 1943 after being forced to work 12-hour days on a rail line that was credited with a death for every sleeper laid. He was fed a bowl of rice a day but only when it suited his Japanese captors. A powerful, robust man when he enlisted in July 1940, he was reduced to half his body weight when he died. Geelong RSL vice-president Brian Bunn wants the memorial up in time to commemorate Mr Lane’s anniversary, not by the swiftness of a bullet but after suffering until his body could no longer meet the challenge. “It’s going to happen,” Mr Dunn said. “We’re pushing for it, a lot of

SACRIFICE: Norm Lane, who gave his life to his country and his name to Norlane. people are supporting it and he deserves it.” During his time ins captivity Mr Lane, a panel beater, teamed up with Anglesea’s Jimmy Boyle to discuss escaping through the jungle. The Japanese captured the pair after the fall of Singapore in February 1942. Mr Boyle remained close to Mr Lane, watching him and hundreds of other captured soldiers deteriorate while working in the death camps. “Norm was regarded by his officers as being dependable and conscientious and also highly regarded by all other members of

his unit. He was a fine soldier and a gentleman,’’ Boyle wrote to the former Shire of Corio. Mr Boyle stayed with Mr Lane until the end. “The day before he died I carried him out from a hospital ward to the latrines - in my arms because he was too weak to walk.” Mr Boyle wrote in his diary on 20 September 1943: “Railway apparently finished - now working on road … death rate very high, 12 English and four Australians died last night. Norm Lane died this morning from cardiac berri berri”. Ward councillor Kylie Fisher said an application for the memorial’s funding had been submitted and council was working with Mr Lane’s daughter in New South Wales to ensure she was happy with the memorial and its site. “Council is very supportive of this. It’s a great project and it’s important that people know the history behind the name,” Cr Fisher said. Member for Lara John Eren said locals and visitors should be aware of the Norlane name’s significance. Their comments echo Mr Boyle, who wrote: “I hope that his story will be remembered by all those in the Norlane area. He was a fine man and a fine soldier.” 1125688-PB12-14

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Anzac Day 2014

Closter kicked on in Vietnam By PAUL MILLAR

SHOT TWICE: Bannockburn’s Roy Longmore.

LEGEND: Geelong war hero Albert Jacka.

Local heroes typified Anzac spirit ‘We are the ragtime army, The A-N-Z-A-C, We cannot shoot, we won’t salute, What bloody good are we? And when we get to Berlin The Kaiser he will say, Hoch, hoch, mein Gott, What an awful bloody lot, Are the A-N-Z-A-C.’ THIS marching song from World War I typified the larrikin spirit of Anzacs such as two special Geelong figures who volunteered to serve overseas only to find themselves in a maelstrom of blood and bullets at Gallipoli. Both demonstrated the indomitable spirit associated with Anzac Day; the bravery, busi-

ness-like soldiering and a willingness to challenge the enemy and superiors alike. One was Albert Jacka, Geelong’s greatest war hero, who might have won multiple Victoria Crosses and been promoted far higher than captain had he not rubbed his superiors the wrong way. Born outside Winchelsea, Jacka was the first Australian to win the Victoria Cross. His bravery at Gallipoli became a byword for courage under fire. Aged 22 he single-handedly killed seven Turks in a trench conflict, shooting five and bayonetting two. He went on to become a recruiting poster figure, described as “the symbol of the spirit of the Anzacs”. The other soldier was lesser

known but a tough, witty Anzac and a great survivor. Roy Longmore, a bombardier from Bannockburn who spent most of his war years underground digging tunnels as close as possible to Turkish trenches, was the last Victorian Anzac veteran of WWI. He died aged 107 in 2001. After Gallipoli he went to France, was wounded at Pozieres in 1916 but stayed on duty. Two years later he was wounded for a second time but stayed on duty again. He was promoted to corporal after the first injury and to lance sergeant after the second. “It did not hurt much, just a couple of bullets through both my arms and legs,” he said later.

VETERAN: Ex-Cat and Vietnam serviceman Wayne Closter. hospital was 40 minutes away. The coach said, ‘You’re not going anywhere’, and I had to play on.” He kicked six goals in the final quarter to win the game and take his tally to 11 for the day. Closter said Geelong’s John Heaney initiated the annual tournament after a “stoush” earned him a 21-day field punishment.

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FORMER Geelong Cats favourite Wayne Closter spilled blood while serving in Vietnam. But it was on a football field rather than a war zone. Closter played 191 games, missing out on the 200-match milestone due to national service commitments in Vietnam. He played in many classic games for Geelong yet a lasting memory is contesting a 1969 competition involving six teams amid stifling heat in coastal Vung Tau, South Vietnam. The Highton resident this week remembered the series as keenly contested with a touch of brutality. His team played in Geelong colours after the football club sent over a set of guernseys to help out the troops. Closter was blitzing the opposition on the way to the final, kicking 12 goals in the semi-final of the 14-a-side competition. The opposition soon realised the only way to beat the Australian Advance Ordinance team was to stop the Geelong man. The Construction Squadron was on more of destruction than construction mission, closing one of Closter’s eyes early. “I couldn’t open it and the

The alternative was to organise a footy match, which he chose as the better option. Closter had plenty to celebrate after the final, with his performance earning an upgrade to lance corporal. “Two weeks later they made me corporal - it was probably through the football more than anything else.” Closter caught up with the player who split his eye open years later when Collingwood played Geelong at Kardinia Park. Legendary umpire Glenn James asked him how he had been keeping. Closter later realised the umpire was the same soldier who hit him in the grand final. “He said later, ‘Sorry about that - sorry you got up because you cost us the grand final’,” Closter recalled. “The last time he asked me how I was doing I told him that I had a twitch in my right eye.” The former footballer will attend Geelong’s Anzac Day parade, which he admitted avoiding for many years. “I think I’ve mellowed a lot now,” he said. “There was a lot of resentment, it was not a popular war, but I think people are more tolerant now.”

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;How we see ourselves is like a Moorabin. This tourism thing hasnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t been touched yet and could be done much better than it is. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve talked with some people in China and I see Avalon complementing us. We could have tourism flights with Chinese business into here then flying to 12 Apostles, do a bit of Sovereign Hill, hotel -motel it here, say, then fly to Bendigo and back to Melbourne. â&#x20AC;&#x153;You could have a running commentary over the Western District homesteads where thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a lot of history, including Chinese gold history and upperclass Chinese whoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d want quick trip around.â&#x20AC;? Mr Baum said with 10 new hangars to be built and more on the way, the airpark would provide significant construction opportunities for local contractors as well.

has committed $1 million to a $1.5 million upgrade of the facility. State Aviation Minister Gordon Rich-Phillips has backed the airfield as well, saying its upgrade would deliver significant economic, commercial and social benefits to Lethbridge and beyond. The closure of Geelong Airport at Grovedale to make way for housing growth and the tardiness of Avalon to embrace general aviation has bolstered Lethbridgeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s case. The airport would cater for general, emergency services and commercial aircraft, including tour groups, aerobatics performers and fly-in/fly-out charters, Mr Baum told the Independent. The airfield recently sold 10 of 17 fully-serviced hangar blocks and had ongoing interest in at least three more, he said.

 

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Freeway terror repeat for Lara By NOEL MURPHY MARCIA and Glen Wood are thanking their lucky stars they’re alive after a near-miss with a car driving the wrong way on the Princes Fwy at Lara. The incident, about 9.30pm Sunday, was the latest wrong-way incident on the freeway, which police have said occur almost weekly. Five people died at Lara in December 2012 when a woman driving west on the wrong side of the road smashed into a car despite other motorists’ frantic calls to 000. Ms Wood said she and her husband were in the middle lane on their way to Lorne when they saw “quite a few brake lights” in the distance “then a set of bright white ones”. “It took a few moments to re-

alise it was a car heading toward us on the wrong side of the freeway. “It was travelling in the right hand lane. Glen swerved into the left lane to avoid a head-on. “I’m not sure he had a lot of time to see if the lane was empty. Thankfully it was.” Ms Wood was unsure what happened to the other car afterward. “We thought there may have been an accident because the traffic had slowed down but all was okay and everyone continued to drive on.” The near-miss was one of several alarming traffic incidents over the Easter weekend. A woman was arrested at Geelong after a chase from Camperdown involving multiple police units and helicopters. The

woman, wanted in relation to an attempted burglary in Melbourne, was allegedly armed with a machete when she rammed a police car before her arrest. Police also impounded four cars over speeding offences, including an 18-year-old Corio man licensed since 7 April intercepted travelling at 145km/h on Melbourne Rd, North Geelong. Another driver was caught at 116km/h at North Shore, while third was travelling at 127km/h in a 60km/h zone at Breakwater. State Highway Patrol West Sergeant Mick Pandik said the speeds involved were extremely dangerous. “These drivers show no regard for their passengers or anyone else on the road. “If those drivers make one mistake at that speed it’s going to be their last.”

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materials to harness its electronic conductivity. Deakin team member Professor Colin Barrow marvelled at the material. “Once separated, the graphene sheets can be combined back together to make more a flexible structure and use them in different applications, such as in sensors and detectors for medical devices,” he explained. “There’s a lot of interest in using graphene in electronic or solar devices because it can detect and measure anything. “Because it’s only a single molecule thick it can actually be used in nano-devices. For instance, a tiny device implanted in

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Buckets& Bouquets Buckets to a pair of members of my own football club for harassing me while I watched a match on 12 April. They insulted me in front of other spectators. I have volunteered my time to the club since 2000 but no more. Very Disappointed, Manifold Heights Bouquets to Damon, in the paint department at Bunnings Warehouse Norlane. He is knowledgeable, helpful and friendly. I hope Damon’s employer recognises his value. Oldies, Herne Hill Bouquets to a gentleman who always picks up after his very-regular dog when it does its daily business in the vicinity of my home. It’s a pity some other dog walkers living in our street won’t take a leaf out of his book. Good Neighbour, Newtown Bouquets to the children who returned my purse with all the money and cards still inside after I somehow lost it at a nearby shop. I hope your reward was well-spent. The parents of these children deserve congratulations. Relieved Oldie, Geelong West Bouquets to Geelong’s Pet Medical Crisis Fund. My cat went missing then came back with a broken leg. The cost to have it fixed was $2500 but the fund donated $1000. Kylie, Bell Park

Buckets to a person hogging space on a supermarket community noticeboard with multiple sheets of items for sale. Many of the listed items have been appearing on the board for months or longer. Buckets also to businesses using the noticeboard, which should only be for community groups and individuals. Shopper, Torquay Buckets to City of Greater Geelong’s blatant disregard of residents in areas with recently resealed roads, causing terrible untidiness and pollution. The City explained that it lacked the resources to use asphalt but council wants to spend money on a floating Christmas tree, a new pier and a Chinatown. Kathy, Geelong West Buckets to Kathy (Buckets & Bouquets, 18 April). I’m not surprised the “elderly man” told you to “Get f….d” when you tooted at him from behind. You probably scared him with your incorrect use of a vehicle horn, which should only be used for warnings, not expressions of frustration. Careful Driver, Highton

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New eyes on crime in central city NEW surveillance cameras are watching for crime in central Geelong. Geelong’s council has used a $110,000 grant from the Department of Justice to install six more of the cameras to its central city network. Central Geelong Taskforce chair and councillor Michelle Heagney said the area now had 38 cameras after beginning with six cameras in 2004.

“We now have better coverage and better images,” she said. “And it’s thanks to these cameras that the police have not only been able to identify and prosecute offenders, but intervene and prevent crimes before they happen.” Cr Heagney said the expansion of the camera network would make people feel safer on the streets.

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CAREERS AT THE CITY JOIN ONE OF GEELONG’S LARGEST EMPLOYERS We offer excellent employment conditions and opportunities to further your career. To view available positions, apply or obtain a position description visit our website www.geelongaustralia.com.au

PUBLIC MEETINGS NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEETING The next meeting of the Greater Geelong City Council will be held at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Little Malop Street entrance, Geelong on Tuesday 13 May commencing at 7.00pm. The meeting is open to the public.

PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF APPROVAL OF AMENDMENT AMENDMENT C289 WEDDELL ROAD NORTH GEELONG The Minister for Planning has approved Amendment C289 to the Greater Geelong Planning Scheme. The Amendment came into operation on 10 April 2014 when the notice of approval was published in the Government Gazette. The Amendment rezones 2,413 square metres of an un-named drainage reserve and part of the De Stefano Drive adjoining the south boundary of 100 Weddell Road North Geelong, from Public Park and Recreation Zone to Residential 1 Zone. The Minister has granted the following permit under Division Five Part Four of the Act: Permit No: PP 29/2013 Description of Land: 100 Weddell Road, North Geelong A copy of the amendment and permit can be inspected, free of charge at the following locations:

CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS ROAD CLOSURE - MAJOR ROAD WORKS MELALUKA ROAD, LEOPOLD BETWEEN BELLARINE HIGHWAY AND PORTARLINGTON ROAD

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• Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure website www.dpcd.vic.gov.au/planning/publicinspection • Brougham Street Customer Service - 100 Brougham Street, Geelong Monday to Friday- 8.00am to 5.00pm JOHN PHILLIPS – Director of Planning Systems Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure

You’re invited into the National Wool Museum’s creative studio where we are working on our latest exhibition The 25th Object – Gathering Geelong’s Stories. So far we have gathered together 24 objects and hundreds of related stories which explore the past and the present. We need your help to find the 25th object! Check out the awesome historic things like rigging from the wreckage of The Lightning and the story of wild white man William Buckley; and amazing contemporary stories about local heroes and all the different cultures living in Geelong. Your challenge awaits! Get involved! Open daily until 18 May at the National Wool Museum. Visit www.nwm.vic.gov.au for more info.

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CAN YOU HELP? SEEKING VOLUNTEERS TO JOIN OUR NEWTOWN MEALS ON WHEELS TEAM All you need is enthusiasm and a smile and about two hours to spare on a weekly or fortnightly basis. Meals are delivered on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.

NORTHERN ARC – MASTERPLAN The City wish to advise that works will commence in Melaluka Road between Bellarine Highway and Portarlington Road. The road will be completely closed to all traffic north of the shopping centre between 7.00am – 5.00pm weekdays. The closure will commence Thursday 1 May for approximately 12 weeks subject to weather conditions. Reduced speed limits will be implemented outside of working hours.

The Northern ARC (Arts, Recreation and Community) Masterplan is an exciting new project led by the City of Greater Geelong to create a health and wellbeing hub in northern Geelong. The masterplan will consider future opportunities for the current Council facilities on site and the civic land around them, including Waterworld Leisure Centre, Corio Library and Centenary Hall.

Access to the shopping complex will only be accessible from the Bellarine Highway end during working hours.

If you are interested in joining our volunteer team please complete the online volunteer application form at www.geelongaustralia.com.au or phone 5272 4169 for more information.

NEW VICTORIAN LAWS BAN SMOKING WHERE CHILDREN PLAY Since 1 April 2014, smoking is banned at public outdoor areas where children play.

Traffic controllers will assist on site for local residents and emergency access during this period.

People will not be allowed to smoke within 10 metres of playgrounds, skate parks and sporting venues during under 18s events.

For further information contact the Construction Unit on 5272 5272.

The outdoor smoking bans protect children and young people from second-hand smoke. Please respect everyone’s right to enjoy fresh air by not smoking at playgrounds, skate parks, public swimming pools and children’s sporting events.

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For more information on the statewide smoking bans where children play, go to www.health.vic.gov.au/tobaccoreforms

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO RENAMING ROAD MANDALAY CIRCUIT, ARMSTRONG CREEK WATERWORLD

The City intends to rename the western section of Mandalay Circuit, Armstrong Creek to Delta Drive, Armstrong Creek. This name has been submitted to Council by the developers in accordance with the Guidelines for Geographic Place Names 2010. Further information regarding this renaming visit www.geelongaustralia.com.au. The closing date for submissions is Friday 23 May 2014.

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Change begins with city picnic this Sunday THE JOB crisis in Geelong and the climate crisis in Australia have one thing in common: they will affect everyone regardless of income level. Climate change has such long-term perspectives that we can’t expect our politicians to solve it for us as long as only a small minority is actively pushing for them to do so. We need more people involved. Only a classic lead-by-example principle will create the kind of public pressure that will make the political system take notice and implement measures to stop our collective carbon pollution. For this to

GET STARTED: Initiatives like the proposed Sea Dragon sculpture for Geelong’s waterfront will feature at Renew Geelong Picnic. happen people will have to get up off their couches. Gandhi’s slogan, ‘Be the change’, could still work well if we managed to create a critical mass of enough people doing the same. This

Enough cruelty to refugees MICHAEL Gamble (Letters, 18 April) was mixed up. I think he confused asylum seekers, who, as I understand it, have no rights, with refugees accepted as such by international criteria. Refugees are part of our community. In due course many will become citizens and contribute to our society. To deny them reunion with family members is cruel. They have demonstrated they are genuinely in need of protection and surely we should aid the recovery from the traumas they have suffered by allowing family members to join them here. As Mr Gamble said, enough is enough. Our humanity requires us to eliminate the cruel and heartless aspects of our immigration policies. Irwin Faris Torquay

Learning begins at home AS THE school year spills into its second term, parents have an opportunity to establish new routines and expectations for children’s learning. Self-driven students are more successful because for them learning is enjoyable and rewarding. This is more likely to happen in a home environment with regular discussions about the focus of students’ learning. Parents should not just ask, “Do you have any homework?”, to which the reply is invariably, “No, I did all of my work at school”. Continued learning outside school time can be enabled by questions such as, “What text are you reading in English?”, or, “Tell me about the main characters and narrative overview of that text”. Parents should ask to read their students’ mostrecent creative pieces or to see recently completed maths assessments. Even beginning the discussion with, “Tell me about your day; what did you do in each of your classes?” is likely to elicit more than a monosyllabic answer. If our younger generations are to enjoy future prosperity on the back of gainful employment, they must prepare to find their way in a competitive and knowledge-based economy in which jobs are not as forthcoming as in our industrial past. The discussions and positive reinforcement that lead to a student becoming intrinsically motivated must begin at home. James Murphy Newcomb Secondary College senior years leader

Royals rule new generation THE huge crowds that greeted the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George were in no way due to a celebrity factor, as republicans are saying. The younger royals are not celebrities, they are

is why Sunday will be a day for change-makers, solutionbuilders and concerned citizens to make themselves visible for a walk, cycle-ride or EV-cruise through the CBD of Geelong. Renew Geelong Picnic, in Eastern Park from 11am to 1pm and starting 10am with a walk, cycle-ride or EV cruise from 1 Yarra St through central Geelong, will be an opportunity to meet others who want to be part of a new and positive movement for a safer, cleaner and more liveable Geelong. Mik Aidt Renew Geelong Picnic coordinator

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here to serve the people and, as far as the Duke of Cambridge is concerned, to perform his constitutional duties as second in line to the throne. What film, TV or pop-star celebrity can possibly match the life of duty combined with the enormous charitable work of the Queen and her royal family? While Princes William and Harry and now Princess Kate have had an enormous impact on the younger generation, they are not solely responsible for younger people embracing the monarchy. Even before they assumed royal duties the mood was changing. The Australian Monarchist League became aware of this over six years ago when so many young people were joining our ranks, thirsty for information on the monarchy and the Australian Constitution. The majority of young people honour and respect the Queen and feel comfortable and safe in the knowledge William will become Prince of Wales and then King and then George after him. Philip Benwell Australian Monarchist League national chair

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By MICHELLE HERBISON EVEN some of Agatha Christie’s so-called biggest fans tend to forget the endings to the English novelist’s murder mysteries. Theatre of the Winged Unicorn’s Elaine Mitchell recalled the fun her group had with their know-itall audience last time they put on an Agatha Christie performance. “We did a survey and none of them were right. Even the people who were adamant they knew who did it (the murder) were quite wrong so we took them to task with that,” Mitchell laughed. The group will perform Agatha Christie’s Spider’s Web at local Ceres Hall during April and May as well as two special performances at Winchelsea’s Barwon Park Mansion this Saturday and Sunday. Afternoon tea in the shows’ breaks will give the audience time to speculate ‘whodunnit’. The plot of Spider’s Web follows Clarissa Hailsham-Brown as she stumbles on the dead body of a man she saw alive earlier in the day. She persuades a group of three friends to help remove the body from her street but a police inspector finds out and ends up interviewing them. Four different stories emerge from the interviews and the tale begins to twist. The Winged Unicorn’s cast of 11 features Jocelyn Mackay, Miriam Wood, Tony Wright, Hannah Verspaandonk, Ben Mitchell, Alard Pett, Marylin Nash and Heather Dempsey. “Agatha Christie is still very very popular - due to television of course,” Mitchell said. “It’s an old play but we’re doing it stylishly and dressing in 1950s style.” Barwon Park was a suitable fit since the storyline took place in a country mansion, Mitchell explained. The company last year performed Jane Austin’s Emma at the venue to audience acclaim. “People come from the other side of Melbourne

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Club Cats, simonds stadium and bring a picnic lunch. It’s a beautiful residence in the middle of paddocks and people can go through and have a look,” Mitchell said. Theatre of the Winged Unicorn is celebrating 21 years of operation, with three generations of family

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uled for October and last month sang under the direction of famed Welsh conductor Ilid Anne Jones. The 36-member choir has been singing for 16 years after being founded to help Portarlington’s National Celtic Festival fly the Welsh musical flag. “We raise all our own funds to go on our tours, with lots of cake stalls, trivia night and of course concerts - we raised $80,000 for the three week tour of Wales,” John explained. “But we also support lots of community events, such as Pako Festa and many Celtic and other music festivals. “It is hard work raising the funds and keeping the choir active and recruiting new

members, but it’s a lot of fun and we get to go places we otherwise wouldn’t.” The choir will present a Mother’s Day concert from 2.30pm 11 May at Barwon Park Manor, Winchelsea. The varied Musical Treats for Mothers program will feature guest artist Geelong flautist Sian Williams. Admission includes a pre-concert visit to the Manor and a “delicious” afternoon tea. Tickets, costing $22.50 for adults, $20 for concession cardholders, $7.50 for students and are free for children aged under 16, are available from Heather Ridgwell by phoning 5243 9450 or visiting nationaltrust.org.au.

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Harden up for Geelong show He credited part of the HardOns early success to Australians’ love of the “underdog”. “Another thing Australians love is somebody who has a red hot go. The Hard-Ons were underdogs personified and they had a huge go,” Ahn said. “Unburdened by any sense of prefabricated style nor scene-specific sound, the teenaged HardOns let loose upon the bewildered and unsuspecting underground music scene with their previously unthinkable mix of punk, metal, garage, thrash and bubble-gum pop.” Ahn said the band’s shows were still “wildly unpredictable

action-packed affairs” three decades later. The national anniversary tour would include original member Keish de Silva, making the band a four-piece instead of its usual on stage arrangement as a trio. Original members Peter ‘Blackie’ Black and Ray would also play, alongside de Silva’s replacement, Murray Ruse. Ahn said the band was looking forward to its first “and last” national tour since the Hard-Ons broke up in 1994, eventually reforming in 1997. The tour arrives at The Wool Exchange on 13 June.

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ALTERNATIVE Australian punk rock band Hard-Ons will mark its 30th anniversary with a Geelong gig in June. The group had a strong following in Geelong’s underground rock scene of the late ’80s and ’90s, playing to sweaty crowds at venues such as The Barwon Club. The multicultural Sydney band put on its first show in July 1984, with the members then still in their teens. Stephen Ahn, whose brother Ray is the band’s bassist, said the mix of members with Croatian, Sri Lankan and Korean backgrounds carved a niche playing at “impossible volume and velocity”.

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CHESS - Geelong Chess Club meets 6pm juniors, 7.15pm seniors, at 33 Myers St, Geelong. Enquiries 0468 322 470. MEDITATION - Spiritual teaching with Swami Atmananda 7pm at 5 Daisy St, Newtown. Enquiries 5229 4210.

Mother’s Day Lunch Sunday 11th May Our Menu Options

SATURDAY DANCE - Dance 8-11.30pm at The Globe Theatre, Winchelsea. Entry $8. Enquiries 0409 253 188. ART - Botanic art linocut introduction workshop. Also Sunday. Enquiries 5222 6053. MARKET - Fresh local produce market 9am-3pm at Buy Bellarine Produce Barn, Tuckerberry Hill Farm, Becks Rd, Drysdale. Also Sunday. BALLROOM - Ballroom dancing with Carmel and Trevra 8-11.30pm at Geelong Ballroom, Bayview Pde, Hamlyn Heights. Entry $7 includes light supper. Enquiries 0416 964 352, 0422 776 711. READINGS - Clairvoyant readings, psychic art and tarot 1.30-4pm at Geelong Christian Spiritual Church, 10 St Albans Rd, East Geelong. Enquiries 5248 4936 DANCE - Old-time dance with band New Ritz 8pmmidnight at Leopold Hall. Cost $8. Enquiries 5250 1333.

Main Tasmanian Salmon Fillet, Honey Citrus Pork Ribeye, Beef Eye Fillet or Oven Baked Chicken Breast * All mains served with a garden fresh salad or vegetables

Desserts Chocolate Brownie, Sticky Date Pudding or Lemon Citrus Tart

SUNDAY PICNIC - Renew Geelong Picnic 11am-1pm on the hill at Eastern Park. Enquiries thesolution.org.au/ picnic SERVICE - Divine service 3pm at Geelong Christian Spiritual Church, 10 St Albans Rd, East Geelong. Enquiries 5248 4936. SERVICE - Torquay Salvos Christian Church service 10.30am at 35 Boston Rd, Torquay.

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FORUM - Newcomb Neighbourhood Watch forum How Cybersafe Are You? 7pm at East Geelong Uniting Church Hall, 195 Ormond Rd. CONCERT - Concert 1.30pm at Belmont Seniors Theatre Hall, 52 Thomson St. Entry $3. Enquiries 5241 1776. CLUB - Xtreme KidZ Club meets 3.30-5.30pmschool age, 1.30-2.30pm pre-school, at 35 Boston Rd, Torquay. Enquiries salvos.org.au/torquay WEIGHT - Springs TOWN Club meets 9.15am at church hall, rear Drysdale Uniting Church, High St. New members welcome. Enquiries 5251 3763. HEARING - Better Hearing Geelong hearing-loss

also on

management sessions 11am at Highton Elderly Citizens Centre, 84 Barrabool Rd, Highton. Enquiries 5278 8300. MUSIC - Mainly music pre-school program 1.302.30pm at 35 Boston Rd, Torquay. Bookings salvos. org.au/torquay.

TUESDAY DANCE - Social Ballroom dancing with CDs. Walkthrough 1.30-2pm, dancing 2-4.30pm, at Geelong Ballroom, Bayview Pde, Hamlyn Heights. Entry $5. Bring a plate. Enquiries 0416 964 352, 5248 3371.

WEDNESDAY SPC - Grovedale Senior Citizens coach to Shepparton SPC factory outlet leaves 8.30am, returns 5.30pm. Cost $58 includes lunch. CHOIR - Coastal Sound Children’s and Youth Choir grades 1-4 3.45-4.25pm, 5-6 4.30-5.15pm, at 35 Boston Rd, Torquay. Enquiries salvos.org.au/torquay. DANCE - Social ballroom dance with The Dancers Club 7.30-10.30pm at Leopold Public Hall. Enquiries 0425 731 298. HERITAGE - Geelong and region branch of National Trust of Australia (Victoria) and City of Greater Geelong awards for excellence 6-7pm. Enquiries 5261 2737. PLANTS - Friends of Geelong Botanic Gardens plant sale 9am-midday. Enter at rear of gardens. Enquiries 5222 6053 or friendsgbg.org.au.

THURSDAY ENGLISH - Free English classes 10am at Waterfront Christian Church, 35 Corio St, Geelong. Enquiries 5229 5799. DANCE - Life Activities Club Geelong dance 2.304.30pm at Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Rd. Entry $5 Enquiries 5251 3529. MEDITATION - Meditation, mindfulness, philosophy 10am-midday at TOPS, 18 Price St, Torquay. Entry gold coin. Enquiries 5264 7484. PHILOSOPHY - Free philosophy session 2-4.30pm at Pear Tree Café, Gilbert St, Torquay. Enquiries 5264 7484. SPIRITUAL - Spiritual development class, 7.30pm, Geelong Christian Spiritual Church, 10 St Albans Rd, East Geelong. Enquiries 5248 4936. WALKING - Walking group leaves from South Barwon Community Centre, 33 Mt Pleasant Rd, Belmont at 10am. Enquiries 5243 8388.

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with good food in a relaxed atmosphere,” he says. Cool Heat will provide easylistening entertainment throughout the afternoon at Capri Receptions, with diners encouraged to take to the dance floor. “We owe our mothers so much, we can never thank them enough, but at least on this day we can show our appreciation with no dishes to be done, no food to prepare,” Angelo says. “Mums never seem to relax until everybody is seated and eating, so how easy is this? They

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to commemorate and remember our fallen soldiers who have made the ultimate sacrifice and served this country with pride.

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ANZAC Day March 12:30 ANZAC Day: Gallipoli Dawn Service 1:30 ANZAC Day: Villers-Bretonneux [s] Memorial Service [s] 3:00 Commemorative Service From The Shrine Of Remembrance [s] 3:30 Compass: Story Of The Salvos 4:00 A Very Short War [s] 5:00 ANZAC Day: Lone Pine Service [s] 6:00 Gallipoli From Above [s] – The true story of how a team of Australian officers used aerial intelligence and innovative tactics to plan the landing at ANZAC Cove. 6:55 ANZAC Day: Governor-Generalʼs Address 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Still Open All Hours [s] 8:30 Agatha Christieʼs Miss Marple: Nemesis (M a,v) 10:05 The Boffin,The Builder, The Bombardier: Weapons Of Gallipoli [s] 10:35 Lateline [s] 11:10 Randling (PG) 11:45 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG) 4:50 Seven News Special: Anzac Day Dawn Service *Live – Coverage of the ANZAC Day Elephant Rock Dawn Service from Currumbin Beach on the Gold Coast. 6:15 Sunrise [s] 10:00 Seven News Special: 2014 ANZAC Day 12:30 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Rnd 6: Collingwood v Essendon *Live 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens [s] 8:30 2014 AFL Premiership Season: Fremantle v North Melbourne: Rnd 6: – Last yearʼs Grand Finalists host the Kangaroos at Patersons Stadium in a match that is sure to test Northʼs claims as a top four contender. 12:00 Desperate Housewives: Women And Death (M) [s] 1:00 Desperate Housewives: Any Moment (M) 2:00 Special: Danger Down Under [s] – Meet Australiaʼs bravest characters who have developed special relationships with the deadliest creatures on earth! 3:00 Home Shopping 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 10:30 News Special Presentation: Royals At Remembrance Ceremony 12:00 National News Special Presentation: ANZAC Day With Peter Overton 12:30 National News Special Presentation: Gallipoli Dawn Service 1:40 National News Special Presentation: Villers Bretonneux Dawn Service 2:35 National News Now [s] 3:30 National Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Movie: “The Family Man” (M v,l) (ʼ00) – A Wall Street trader living the high-life wakes up one day to find himself living the life he might have had if he had married his college girlfriend. Stars: Nicolas Cage & Tea Leoni 11:05 The Mentalist (M v) 12:00 Movie: “Rogue” (M v,h,l) (ʼ07) Stars: Michael Vartan, Sam Worthington 2:00 Impractical Jokers (M l,s) 2:30 Spyforce (PG) 3:30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 4:00 TV Shop 5:30 TEN Eyewitness News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10: ANZAC Day Ceremony 12:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning 1:00 The Doctors (PG) 2:00 So You Think You Can Dance Australia: Top 6: Performance And Results (PG) 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family: Schooled [s] 6:30 The Project Encore [s] 7:30 The Living Room [s] 8:30 Hawaii Five-O: Hoʼonani Makuakane [s] – A murder attempt on a Pearl Harbor veteran leads Five-0 to use decades old evidence to investigate a deadly crime. 9:30 NCIS: Baltimore (M v) [s] – Through a series of flashbacks, we discover how Tony first met Gibbs and why he left the Baltimore police department to join the NCIS team. 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:00 Blue Bloods: The Job (M v,a) 12:00 Late Show With David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercial 5:00 UEFA Champions League 2013/14 – *Live 7:25 Worldwatch 1:00 Living Black [s] 1:35 Inspector Rex: The Baby Dealers (PG) 2:30 NITV News Week In Review [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Kyushu: Where the Green Tea Grows [s] 6:00 Madhur Jaffreyʼs Curry Nation: Punjabis Of Scotland [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 The Great British Countryside: South Downs [s] 8:35 The Dark Ages: An Age Of Light: The Wonder of Islam (PG) [s] 9:40 Warhorse: The Real Story (PG) – In World War One, the British Army hoped its illustrious cavalry regiments would win a swift victory. 10:35 SBS World News Late 11:05 The Feed: Best Stories Of The Week 11:35 Drama Movie: “The Sex Of The Angels” (MA15+s) (ʼ11) (In Catalan) 1:30 Kurt Wallander: Angel Of Death (M l,v) 3:15 Romantic Comedy Movie: “Rally Chicks” (M l) (ʼ08) (In Swedish)

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BEDSPREAD, Sheridan, DB size, cream reverse sham, has been drycleaned, EC, $110. 0407 579 197. BUFFET, quality older style, pine, dado panels, piano hinges on doors, VGC. $200. 5251 1818. DINING SETTING, table, 6 chairs, brown hardwood, padded, easy clean seats, GC, $199. 5243 9654.0 DISHWASHER, new in box, selling due to illness, $299 ono. Portarlington 0419 114 439.

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PAVING STONES, concrete, 230mm x 200mm x 50mm, claret ash colour, approximately 700, mostly cleaned. $700 the lot. 0408 593 699. Torquay.

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PRIMCRAFT, 12ft, Yamaha 8HP, aluminium, as new condition, both boat and trailer,12 months reg, all safety gear, JRH-70, $2,300. 0437 455 409.

QUINTREX, 490 Escape, 2009, 17'16", Yamaha 60HP, 4 stroke, 77 hours, as new condition, lots of extras, very well maintained, always garaged. $25,500. Phone: 0417 154 783.

JAYCO CONQUEST, 2013 Fiat Ducato, Maxi, as new, 3 Iitre, diesel, turbo, auto, only 5000kms, lots of extras, WIWO, $15,000 below replacement cost, YOK-373, $109,500. Call 0417 154 783. MILLARD, pop top, 4 berth, new tyres, needs some small jobs, GC. $2,600ono. 0490 010 599. OLD, caravan "Betty", 14ft, retro and revamped. Perfect spare room. $2,500ono. 0438 584 590. ONSITE CARAVAN, solid annexe, AC, TV aerial, at Peterborough Victoria. $14,000. 0418 345 245.

STACER, 4.2M, 30HP, 4 stroke, Mercury, power tilt, electric start, Dumbier trailer, motor, as new, $7,995 ono, 0409 141 682.

CARAVANS & TRAILERS CARAVAN, Viscount, 16', registered, good tyres, full annexe, with awning, no leaks, GC. $3,500ono. 0428 394 245. CARAVANS/TRAILERS wanted. Any condition. Call 0438 866 434.

EVERNEW, Caravan, 18', roll out awning, dual axles, AC, single beds, front kitchen, EC. $19,000. 5222 2705. EVERNEW, pop-top, 12.5' with annexe, reg December 2014, 3 new tyres, electric brakes, level bars, power jockey wheels. $6,500. 5224 1259. JAYCO, Freedom, 2005, 14' pop top, single beds, all contents and awnings, etc, ready to go, VGC. $15,000ono. 0419 534 950.

JAYCO, Freedom, poptop, 2001, 16.6ft, EC, front kitchen, double bed with innerspring mattress, 3 way fridge, microwave, 4 burner cooktop and grill and all crockery, cutlery and bedding. Roll out awning, Hayman Reece hitch with sway bar and level rides. Just serviced, $15,000. 0438 433 909.

BOSS, FPV GT-P 315, 2009, 62,000kms, auto, regretful sale, XGT- 244. $38,000. 0418 398 458. FORD, AU, 2001, dedicated gas, new tyres/brakes, tint, full service history, alloys, EC, reg September 2014, first to see will buy, ZZK-351. $3,200ono. 0452 230 935. FORD, BF Falcon, 2008, 130,000kms, towbar, ZYN-184, $7,500ono with RWC. 0412 928 130. FORD, Fairlane, NL, V8, 1996, sedan, one owner, silver, EC, new tyres, windscreen and brakes, Tickford alloys, low kms, lovely car, reg 07/14, YGO-324, $4,750 neg. 0413 990 350. FORD, Fairlane NC Ghia, sedan, 1995, EC, 179,000 kms, dual fuel, NBE-743. $3,000ono. 0404 847 368.

OPAL, explorer, semi off road, 19.6, 2012, 20ft, EC, ensuite, oven, washing machine, AC, leather cafe seating, QS bed, picnic table, external shower, external speakers. $49,500. 0434 577 431 REGAL, Comfort Tourer, 1990, poptop, 16ft, 3 way fridge, full oven, island double bed, full annexe, Hayman Reece hitch, garaged, VGC, $11,000 ono. 0449 952 297. ROMA, caravan, poptop, 1997, front kitchen, island dble bed, microwave, 3 way fridge, full annexe, portable toilet, plus fly. $15,000. Must sell. 0417 364 948. STESSCO, Bull eye 445, boat and trailer, 15 ft, 30 horse power Mercury, canopy, all fishing extras, VGC. $9,000. 9746 8483.

SUNSET ROAD MATE, Deluxe , 2008, semi off road 7x4 heavy duty trailer, 20' deep sides, electric brakes, 13ft tent - Australian Dynaproofed canvas, 8ft gable awning, two side walls with large windows, QS bed with 6' foam mattress, kitchen on tailgate, 2 burner stove, grill and sink, 80lt water tank, LED lighting in tent, 4.5kg gas bottle carrier, battery box with 2 merit plug sockets, stone guard, tool box and spare wheel on A frame, swing up jockey wheel, Reg until December 2014, VGC. $7,650. 0408 290 073.

FORD, Laser, GLXI, 2001, auto, EC, 110,000kms, 1 owner, RWC, RHX-250. $6,500ono. 0400 507 789. FORD, Transit van, 2007, mid-roof, 194,000kms, reg to 02/2015, 6 speed manual turbo diesel, VGC, WFL-775. $18,500ono. 0402 462 452. HOLDEN, HSV, GXP, Maloo, custom leather, all standard options, hard lid and tow pack, XQF-164. $33,500. 5250 1879. HOLDEN, Kingswood, 1975, unfinished project, all metal fabrication, Blackbox engine 302 worked, s/w gauges, nolathane suspension system, plus more, package deal only, Vin: VA528752. $6,500ono. 0409 442 093. HOLDEN, Statesman, supercharged, 6 anniversary model, 1 owner, 123,000kms, EC, VIN VS827169. $6,500. 5261 5376.

JAYCO, Penguin Outback, 2006, off road camper trailer, with many extras, one owner and reg, well maintained. $16,500. 0409 195 853.

HYUNDAI, Getz, GL, 2004, hatch, 5 speed, tinted, electrics, windows, mirrors, alloys, RWC, EC, SUN-274. $3,950ono. 0432 086 962. HYUNDAI, Tucson, 2005, 2L FWD, RWC, full service, long reg, TMI-243. $8,500. 0410 430 373.

JAYCO, poptop, EC, 4 berth, full annexe, plus awnings, brand new tyres, full gas bottle, reg 5/14, $7,000ono. 0409 571 911. JAYCO, Starcraft, 4.25m, 2012, poptop, single beds, single axle, extras, one trip only, guarantee ill health sale, don't buy new until you view, save $4,000 off new price. $23,950. 0407 438 623.

MITSUBISHI, Magna, wagon, GC, new head and radiator. RGX-389. $1,000. 5277 9115.

TRAILERS, largest range, best prices, 1/56 Sun Street, Geelong. Phone 5248 6070. bigtrailerwarehouse.com.au

MITSUBISHI, Pajero, 1992, GLS, only two owners, qualified mechanic servicing all its life, no RWC, EYM-008. $2,300ono. 0407 365 242.

FARM VEHICLES /MACHINERY TRACTOR, Kabota mini, B600, 4wd, 3pl, GC, 36" slasher. $2,600. Phone 0417 584 244.

MOTOR VEHICLES BMW, 1989, RIOO, 80,000kms, $4,950. Reg TV-011, 0400 019 684.

VOLVO, wagon, XC90T6, 2004, top of the range, auto, 1 owner, full document history, perfect condition to be sold, TGZ-057. Now only $12,500. 5258 1522.

MITSUBISHI MAGNA, 2004, sedan, Silver, auto, gas, TSJ-532, $3,800. Phone 0421 125 588. MITSUBISHI VAN, 2000, converted to carry a wheelchair or a princess chair, reg 08/14, QJU-523, $7,000 with RWC. 5275 6479. SUBARU, Impreza, sedan, 1997, manual, VGC, reg March 2015, RWC, lady owner, 243,000kms, OGL-950. $2,700. 0417 075 576. SUBARU, Outback, 2000, 4 cyclinder auto, climate control, PS, electric windows, CD player, tinted windows, alloy wheels, roof rack, EC, RWC, reg 07/14, QHJ-299, $6,800 ono. 0450 489 070.

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TOYOTA, Hi Ace camper, Sunliner 2000, AC, PS, solar, EC, WXP-782. $20,000. 0418 336 303.

WINDSOR, Wind Cheater, pop top, 17 ft, full Tebbs annexe, floor matting, awning, Hayman Reese hitch, level rides, island dble bed, oven, microwave, 3way fridge, VGC. $15, 500. 0419 832 471.

TOYOTA, Surf, 1993, 4WD, $6,000 new parts on the car, engine needs work, 6T91MPAAAPIELH001, $4,000 ono. 5255 4445.

• Cars • Trucks • Utes • Vans

MAZDA 323, 5 door, 150,000kms, ZWL-241, RWC, as new, only $1,299ono. 0432 534 579.

JAYCO, Penguin camper, EC, 12 months reg, full service March 2014, twin beds, gas/electric cooking, 3 way fridge, fire extinguisher, new gas bottle, trailer hitch guide and wheel chocks, water and power leads, Jerry can racks, fuel and water containers, bag awning, ground matting, canvas awning (never used). $15,000. 5243 7728.

TOYOTA, station wagon 2005, low kms, auto, PS, white, 12 months reg 1BM-4SJ. $8,300. A/H 5258 1928.

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HONDA, Civic, 2009, 83,000kms, expiry July 2014, 1AJ-2TY. $12,000. 0417 121 134.

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SWAP MEET, Geelong Bay City Monster Swap Meeting Sale. Saturday 10th May at Geelong Showgrounds, Melways ref 452 E10. Old cars, tools and equipment. Swap or sell cars over 25 years old. Car boot sale with surplus goods from the garage. Motorbike parts and collectable model cars. Entry through racecourse carpark, $5 per site and $5 entry to swap meet, from 7am 3pm. Free entry for children, no dogs allowed on showgrounds.

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DOING up a car is a great Aussie tradition and one that Adam Guglielmi is doing his level best to ensure remains an institution in Geelong. Owner of South Geelong’s Bodyshop Paint Supplies, Adam offers a one-stop shop with everything that anyone looking to restore or upgrade a car might need. Or a boat, or industrial machinery as well – he’s got everything covered. Bodyshop Paint Supplies is an auto paint retailer, dealing with all aspects of the panel trade as well as industrial coatings for machinery or boats. “We’ve got all the stuff they’ll need, everything to go start to finish – and all the right stuff so they’re not led down the wrong track,” Adam says. “We want to make sure they get everything right the first time, so it’s more affordable and we’ll do great deals, too.” Bodyshop Paint Supplies carries brands including Debeer, Valspar automotive and industrial mix, House Of Kolor, HB Body, Smirdex abrasives, Durablock, Apac tools, Iwata sprayguns and airbrush equipment and Menzerna polishing compounds. A complete range of specialised tools for the industry is also available. Bodyshop Paint Supplies offers free colour-matching and, for trade customers, a free delivery service. The staff are all fully qualified tradesmen and more than happy to point customers in the right direction to achieve the best results possible. “If you’re after a custom job we carry the complete range of House Of Kolor custom paints, so why not come in and discuss your next project with us,”Adam says. Bodyshop Paint Supplies is at 5/131 Fyans St, South Geelong, phone 5229 1928.

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IMPROVING a car’s power by up to 30 per cent while actually improving fuel economy sounds like a big ask for a Land Rover, BMW, Mini or Jaguar or other European marques. Not so, says Hunter Cuthill director Adam Hunter. It’s readily achievable by using top-line Autologic technology, he advises, adding that it’s also a sound way of ensuring efficiency performance in a more-sustainable fashion. Hunter Cuthill, in Geelong West’s Autumn St, specialises in quality independent servicing and repairs to all BMWs, Land Rover, Mini and Jaguars - as per factory schedules and directives and with full book service. The business also services car makes including Peugeot, Renault and Citroen. It is the only service centre in Geelong outside of direct dealers with the software and diagnostic equipment for these brands. “We utilise state of the art diagnostic equipment from Autologic, the world’s leading independent vehicle diagnostic software,” Adam says. “It’s the only independent tool that can program control units. Autologic also offer software power upgrades for diesel and some petrol engines, giving 30 per cent more power while improving fuel economy.” Hunter Cuthill is also right across the best battery choices to meet the energy demands of European cars. VARTA batteries, powered by AGM technology, feature advanced equipment such as start-stop technologies and regenerative braking systems. “This is a battery that delivers optimal performance, faster conductivity and reliable starting power, even when the charge is low,” Adam says. “AGM batteries deliver up to eight times the cyclic stability of conventional flooded batteries resulting in a longer battery life.” Hunter Cuthill is at 9 Autumn St, Geelong West, phone 5229 4299 or visit huntercuthill.com.au.

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IndySport Cats ‘respect’ Power By PAUL MILLAR

HOT CHOCOLATE: Calista Virt and Azi Osmic show off their Easter catches.

Easter fishing action

CHECK MATES: Cats skipper Joel Selwood feels the close-checking attention of young Hawks tagger Will Langford on Monday. Picture: REG RYAN

Fanning wins third Bells title in all-Aussie final AUSSIE surf hero Mick Fanning took out the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach championship ahead of mate Taj Burrow in a nerve-wracking final at Winkipop on Wednesday. The triple world champion - and now triple Bells winner - won with a score of 16.83 from rides of 8.83 and 8.00 ahead of Burrow’s 13.46, which included a mighty 9.63. A desperate paddle battle for priority just minutes from the siren saw Fanning holding the ascendancy but with Burrow looking anxiously for a 7.20 ride the pressure kicked in and the pair fluffed their final waves. With the seconds ticking away, Fanning bided his time and priority as Burrow chased but failed to capitalise on his final waves. Fanning said he was overwhelmed to join ranks with triple Bells greats including Michael

Peterson, Sunny Garcia and Joel Parkinson. He described the last nine minutes of his battle with Burrow as nerve-wracking. “It feels amazing,” Fanning said. “It was a tough final. Taj went crazy on that one and I was so nervous the last nine minutes and made a few mistakes.” Fanning said he “tried to do the old Thorpedo and get the legs kicking” during the paddle fight. The third-round world title win released the “pressure a little bit” after a less-than-inspiring performance at Margaret River he said. “After a kick up the bum at Margies it was a good time to reset. I put a lot of hard work in for this event and it paid off.” Hawaii’s Carissa Moore won the women’s event ahead of Tyler Wright in a back-to-back victory that she described as a great start to the world-title season.

WINNER: Hawaii’s Carissa Moore on her way to victory in the women’s event. Picture: ASP/KIRSTIN SCHOLTZ

Keep plastic bags out of your recycling bin For safety reasons, staff at the recycling facility will not open plastic bags, no matter what the contents are. So anything in plastic bags will end up in landfill. Empty plastic bags can also get caught in the conveyor belts, jam spinning wheels and bring the entire sorting process to a halt. To recycle empty plastic bags, drop them off at specially marked recycling bins at the front of most Coles and Woolworths supermarkets.

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Trevally took soft plastics in and around Queenscliff’s cut where the fishing was been an hour either side of high tide. Patches of rough weather sent gummy sharks and quality snapper on the bite, mainly after dark. The area from Point Wilson to the quarries hosted the best snapper fishing, while Wilson Spit was a hotspot for gummies. James Johnson fished the outer-harbour spoil grounds off Hermsley with soft plastics for a mixed bag of flathead to 900g and snapper to 4.6kg. Large amounts of baitfish attracted schools of salmon in areas such as Alcoa Pier, Leopold’s spoil grounds and the outer edge of the Clifton Springs mussel lease. Small metal lures and soft plastics cast into the surface action worked well. The Barwon River estuary produced mulloway, mostly small but some around 6kg. Lure anglers took the most fish, particularly when using vibes, plastics or deep-diving minnows. Lake Bullen Merri should be worth fishing this weekend with Powerbait fished on a running sinker, while saltwater anglers should chase big snapper in the outer-harbour after dark. Send reports and photos to info@raylongtackle.com.au or visit Brian at Ray Long’s Fishing World, 105 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.

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ANGLERS reported some great captures over the Easter break. Freshwater reports dominated, with Moorabool Reservoir producing four redfin to 2.2kg for Troy Anderson. He used small freshwater yabbies for bait, although another angler nearby caught a similar number of fish on scrub worms. Lake Bullen Merri remained consistent for trout and salmon. Fish around 2kg were taken on Powerbait and mudeye, with the best fishing in the mornings for anglers such as Asi Osmic. Murray cod expert Ross Virt took the family to the Loddon River, where his kids, Calista and Marquis, both landed 40cm yellowbelly on lure along with a 60cm cod. Ross eventually redeemed himself with a 60cm-plus cod on fly. Ballarat’s Lake Wendouree was ideal for anglers chasing a comfortable location to chase trout. Mudeyes fished shallow under floats worked, with the middle of the day hosting the best action. West Barwon Reservoir yielded few reports, although Guy Welsh fished the main wall with lures to land a pair of trout just over 1.5kg each. Big carp were caught around the Queen’s Park area of the Barwon River. Corn and bread were the best baits, while berley used with unweighted baits also helped. Salmon numbers increased along the coast between Fairhaven and Apollo Bay. Lure was the best method, with the rock platforms out-fishing the beaches. Squid were taken in good numbers from the shallow grass beds along the Bellarine Peninsula. Small jigs worked best.

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GEELONG coach Chris Scott could well have been listening to tennis great Roger Federer as he prepared this week for Sunday’s top of the ladder clash against Port Adelaide. “I fear no one but I respect everyone,” said the Swiss, who held the world-number-one tag for 302 weeks. Scott was preaching from the same guide book as the tennis ace while the Cats fine-tuned for the twilight fixture at Adelaide Oval. “We have a very healthy respect for (Port coach) Ken (Hinkley) being a Geelong person,” Scott said. That respect comes from Hinkley playing 121 games for the Cats and then becoming part of the coaching staff that helped rebuild Geelong as a force in the competition. Scott was unsurprised Port had made such a solid start to the competition. “They have some unbelievable players and have had for some time,” he said. “They are a pretty formidable group of players.” Scott also believed that Geelong had an inbuilt confidence at the moment. A bit like the Swiss master: fearing nobody but respecting everybody. Hinkley said on his club’s website that his young squad would encounter some bumps along the way. “I can tell our supporters one thing - that I will work my butt off to make sure that this club and our coaching staff really come together and make sure that we’re doing everything we can to ensure that we return Port Adelaide to where it should be - a very successful footy club,” said Hinkley, assistant coach for the Cats between 2004 and 2009. The Cats, the only unbeaten side after five rounds, come into the game on a high after beating Hawthorn on Easter Monday, while Port showed its mettle in a 14-point arm wrestle on a road-trip to West Coast. When the sides last met in the second semi-final the Cats brought an end to the South Australians’ season with a 16-point win at the MCG.


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