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“This is the first time a regional project of this nature has been undertaken in Australia.” Singer Guy Sebastian has also been involved in the campaign. “Council is committed to providing regular updates to the community in new and innovative ways and having internationally-renowned performers lending their support to the Casey Cultural Precinct is a fantastic boost for the City of Casey.” The council could not provide details on how much they paid Ben Price due to its commercial in confidence nature. Cr Smith said on behalf of the residents of Melbourne’s south east, the council was seeking a funding commitment of $10 million from the State Government and Opposition in the lead-up to the November 2014 state election for the Casey Cultural Precinct. For a full list of the projects the council will be advocating for in the lead-up to the election, turn to page 4.

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CASEY has hit back at the State Opposition for “cheap political point-scoring” after using a Casey Cultural Precinct informational video as an example of council misspending. “The days of ratepayers footing the bill for Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonators are over,” said State Opposition Leader Daniel Andrews as he announced Labor’s proposed policy to force local councils to tighten their belts. Mr Andrews was referencing the Casey’s informational YouTube video for the Casey Cultural Precinct, where they hired celebrity impersonator Ben Price (dressed as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Terminator character) to interview mayor Geoff Ablett and deputy mayor Amanda Stapledon about the $125 million project. Footage and photos from the council video have also been used in the Opposition’s promotion of the new policy. The council has now expressed its disappointment at the Opposition using the project for political play, just days after another Opposition MP met with the council to hear all about the precinct. Mr Andrews announced last week that Victorian Labor would force councils to cap their rates at the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and justify any further increases. Under Labor, councils wishing to raise their rates above CPI would need to appeal to the independent Essential Services Commission (ESC) and justify any rate increases. Mr Andrews said councils would be forced to limit rate

rises and detail where every dollar would be spent, because ratepayers deserved a fair go. “This policy sends a clear message that we expect councils to keep their rates in line with CPI – any increases above this must provide a clear benefit to ratepayers,” he said. City of Casey spokesperson Councillor Wayne Smith said he was surprised and disappointed Mr Andrews used the precinct for cheap political point-scoring only days after a productive meeting between the council, arts community representatives and the Shadow Arts Minister Martin Foley. “Rather than wasting time using the Casey Cultural Precinct for cheap political gain, we invite the Opposition Leader to work with council and partner with us to address the lack of arts and cultural facilities in Melbourne’s south east,” he said. “It’s not unusual for projects of this size to engage high-profile ambassadors to assist with advocacy and increase awareness.

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Community ommunity NEWS NE S Celebrating Casey’s volunteers This year marks 25 years VLQFHWKH¿UVW1DWLRQDO 9ROXQWHHU:HHN 19:  was celebrated in 1989. Every day volunteers in Casey do a great job in making a difference in our local community by contributing their time, energy, experience and commitment to a vast range of clubs, groups and organisations. To acknowledge some of the valuable volunteers in Casey who KDYHPDGHVLJQL¿FDQWGLIIHUHQFHV to our community, the annual Casey Volunteer Awards will be held on Friday 16 May with City of Casey Mayor Cr Geoff Ablett presenting the awards.

Matching volunteers with community groups and organisations Volunteer Matcher is an online program provided by the City of Casey which helps volunteers, community groups and organisations QRWIRUSUR¿W ¿QGHDFKRWKHU Volunteer Matcher enables community groups, clubs or organisations to place FREE advertisements for volunteers. Community members who would like to volunteer can use the website to see what volunteering opportunities are available in Casey. For more information and to register visit www.volunteermatcher.com.au.

Supporting Casey’s volunteers The City of Casey appreciates those who volunteer in the community and provides various means of support to Casey’s volunteers and community groups.

Training Building capacity of groups The City of Casey hosts training sessions covering subjects such as how to recruit, how to manage volunteers, and how to promote and manage events. Sessions also provide up to date information on legislation relevant to community groups. To view upcoming training opportunities visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/volunteers. Grant writing workshops Casey’s Grant Writing Workshops help individuals, community groups, schools or notIRUSUR¿WRUJDQLVDWLRQVDFFHVVIXQGLQJ Targeting both new and more experienced grant writers, the Grant Writing Basics and Grant Writing Advanced sessions will equip you with the skills needed to complete applications that have the best chance of being successful. For information on upcoming workshops contact the City of Casey Customer Service team on 9705 5200.

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Getting the most out of volunteermatcher.com.au Jenny and Yusuf (pictured) both registered with Volunteer Matcher this year, Jenny as part of The Bridge Inc, DQRWIRUSUR¿WRUJDQLVDWLRQDQG<XVXI as a volunteer looking for opportunities in his local area.

Information about the 2014/2015 Community Grants Program will be available soon. For more information contact the City of Casey Customer Service team on 9705 5200 or visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/funding.

µ,¿UVWKHDUGDERXW9ROXQWHHU0DWFKHU through meetings held for City of Casey Volunteer Managers Network where we were given regular updates on the new system as it was being put together’, said Jenny.

1RQ&RXQFLOJUDQWRSSRUWXQLWLHV Community groups looking for grant opportunities outside of the Casey Community Grants Program can subscribe to the Grants Update, a monthly e-bulletin containing upcoming grant opportunities from State and Federal Government, philanthropic trusts and others.

‘It was easy to log on and register The Bridge Inc as an organisation looking for volunteers as the website takes you through the process with easy-to-follow steps’. In the short time The Bridge Inc has been registered they have received three enquiries from volunteers, with two follow up interviews and the successful placement of one volunteer, Yusuf. Yusuf registered with Volunteer Matcher because he has always believed community involvement to be a crucial part of life. ‘It allows me to understand other peoples’ needs and situations while learning about them and myself. City of Casey Customer Service Centres:

Community Grants The City of Casey Community Grants Program RIIHUV¿QDQFLDODVVLVWDQFHWRQRWIRUSUR¿W community groups and organisations which SURYLGHVHUYLFHVWKDWEHQH¿WWKH&DVH\ community.

Left to right: Volunteer Coordinator Jenny Liebe and Vounteer Yusuf Kusdian.

‘The experience of volunteering and seeing other people reach their goals gives me a great sense of happiness’, said Yusuf. Yusuf came across Volunteer Matcher while browsing the City of Casey website and registered right away, ¿QGLQJLWHDV\DQGVLPSOHWRQDYLJDWH In his search he came across The Bridge Inc and he now volunteers with the organisation regularly.

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‘The things you experience and learn from when volunteering is something you will never forget’, said Yusuf. ‘I encourage other groups, organisations and clubs to take the small amount of time to register and to also regularly check for the many volunteer opportunities they could undertake themselves’, added Jenny.

Visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/funding to sign up for grants news or contact the City of Casey Customer Service team on 9705 5200.

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Waiting list anxiety By LACHLAN MOORHEAD A CRANBOURNE man, who claims he was taken off the public housing waiting list without being told by DHS, fears his health will continue to deteriorate unless he and his family are soon relocated to a public housing property. Kosta Diazikis, 68, who suffers from depression and anxiety attacks, currently lives in a private rental property in Cranbourne with his partner and two sons since 2012, after they left their previous home in a housing commission facility in Hamilton. But Mr Diazikis, who currently receives the aged and disability pensions, said he was taken off the public housing waiting list after leaving the housing commission facility, but was never told about it. Mr Diazikis said he had first been placed on the public housing waiting list in 2009, after he applied for relocation from the housing commission facility, but didn’t find out he had been taken off the list until February this year, after a letter was sent to the Housing

Kosta Diazikis, with his partner Melinda, claims he was taken off the public housing waiting list without being told. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

Minister Wendey Lovell by Cranbourne MP Jude Perera on Mr Diazikis’ behalf. “I found out I’d been taken off the list, I’d been waiting nearly a year and then I thought I’d see my local member, so I went to Jude Perera and we contacted the Minister for Housing,” Mr Diazikis said. “It’s a big mess, we’ve been waiting and we’ve been completely forgotten.” After consulting with an employee from the public housing office in Dandenong this earlier this year, Mr Diazikis said he had been placed back on the waiting list. His doctor and psychologist each wrote recommendations to the Housing Minister, calling for his relocation to a public housing facility, saying his health would continue to worsen as a result of financial strain if he is not relocated to a public housing property. “We’re very desperate, my life is completely destroyed,” he said. “I cannot sleep, I can’t get my boys to settle down. We’ll be out in the streets soon be-

cause we can’t afford it.” A DHS spokesperson confirmed that Mr Diazikis was currently on the priority public housing waiting list. “The gentleman and his partner are currently in secure private accommodation and they are on the early housing waiting list for the Cranbourne, Berwick/Pakenham and Dandenong areas,” the spokesperson said. “DHS staff have been discussing the man’s situation with him and his partner and have provided him with alternative housing options, including Housing Association accommodation.” Spending on social housing in Victoria fell by almost half, or $247 million, last financial year, while 35,778 people were on the public housing waiting list in 2013, according to the Productivity Commission’s Report on Government Services. The report indicated that the Victorian Government spent $256.8 million on capital expenditure for social housing in 2012-2013, compared with $503.8 million in 2011-12.

House hit in siege A CRANBOURNE man has been charged after he allegedly locked himself in a house while armed with two knives on Saturday night. Police said the man caused substantial damage to a house in Campbell Parade, Cranbourne, while two people who were known to him were still inside. One of the occupants managed to get out of the house. The 24-year-old man allegedly made threats to police who attended but they were able to talk him into surrendering.

Mustang charges A CRANBOURNE woman will face court over the theft of a Ford GT Mustang from Narre Warren North. Casey CIU detectives arrested the 20-year-old and charged her with one count of theft on Tuesday. They allege she stole the distinctive car, worth more than $70,000, from a locked garage behind a Jacques Road home sometime between Friday 2 May and Monday 5 May. Police recovered the car on Thursday 8 May. The woman was bailed to appear at Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on 24 September.

Car plates stolen POLICE are seeking information about the theft and destruction of an 69-yearold woman’s car over the weekend.

Police have released CCTV images of two men they believe will be able to assist them with the theft of three dogs from a Cranbourne lost dogs home.

Police on trail of dog-nappers after animal shelter raid THREE Staffy dogs were stolen from a Cranbourne animal shelter last week. Casey Crime Investigation Unit detectives believe two men gained entry to the Lost Dogs Home on Thompsons Road just after 11pm on Saturday 3 May.

The men spent almost an hour and a half inside the shelter before stealing three dogs. The dogs stolen were a sixmonth-old tan and white male American Staffy mix, a twoyear-old female Staffy with blue/grey body and white chest

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Casey’s jobs wish-list THE seven key priorities the council will be advocating for: Bus service improvements:

By BRIDGET COOK CASEY council has released its wish-list for projects they are hoping to secure funding commitments for in the lead-up to the State Government election and have urged the community to join their campaign. Last week the council launched the Make Your Voice Count campaign, which highlights seven projects Casey are seeking commitments to in the lead up to the November election. Casey councillor and spokesperson Sam Aziz said State Government funding to provide essential infrastructure has not kept pace with Casey’s population growth. “Through the Make Your Voice Count campaign, council will be seeking funding commitments from the Victorian Government and Opposition for seven projects which will enhance the liveability of Casey,” he said. “In particular, the election provides council with an opportunity to leverage key transport advocacy priorities for the benefit of Casey residents. “Only last year the Victorian Auditor General estimated there is a backlog of nearly $1.3 billion road improvements in Casey.” The council is encouraging residents to show their support for the campaign by lobbying their local MP and election candidates and by visiting www.makeyourvoicecount.com.au, where they can sign a petition. Residents can get involved on social media by Tweeting their views to @CityOfCasey using the hash tag #makeyourvoicecount and ’liking’ the council’s campaign on Facebook at www.facebook.com/caseymakeyourvoicecount.

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Currently, bus services within Casey are indirect and infrequent, however the council have found that for about the same operating costs, the bus network could be reconfigured to provide a more direct, frequent and reliable service. The council will advocate for a “20 minute service for a 20 minute city”, including a demonstration project to revise the delivery of bus services in Cranbourne, Cranbourne East and Clyde.

Hallam Road duplication/South Gippsland Highway intersection upgrade: Casey is seeking a funding commitment of $25 to $40 million for the duplication of Hallam Road, between Ormond Road and South Gippsland Highway, and an upgrade of the intersection with South Gippsland Highway. The need for the upgrade has become more urgent since VicRoads closed Evans Road at its intersection with Hallam Road and South Gippsland Highway in December 2012, following seven casualty collisions within five years. A council survey last year found that 75 per cent of respondents from the area believed the intersection should be upgraded as a high or very high priority.

Thompsons Road duplication/ upgrade of the intersection with Western Port Highway: The council is seeking a funding commitment of $220 million for the duplication of Thompsons Road, between South Gippsland Highway and Western Port Highway, and an upgrade of the intersection with

Western Port Highway. The intersection is a major bottleneck affecting connections between Casey and the Monash Freeway corridor and links to the Mornington Peninsula and Hastings regions. The significant flow of traffic during peak hours often results in vehicle queues more than one kilometre in any of the approach directions. This has created significant transference of traffic onto local roads, which are not designed to cater to such large commuter volumes.

schools, TAFE, community facilities and regional facilities. The large volumes of traffic which travel this road each day are significantly above the normal duplication trigger and as development continues, the capacity and safety issues are expected to worsen.

The council is seeking a funding commitment of $10 million into the Casey Cultural Precinct, which will be a cultural, community and civic facility in Narre Warren. The council expects the precinct to attract more than two million visitors each year from across the region, with people able to get assistance from council, take in a theatre show, view art, see a national touring exhibition and relax with friends in the community plaza. It is estimated the project would create at least 1200 jobs during construction and a $150 million injection into the Victorian economy.

Attraction of investment and creation of jobs in the Casey Cardinia region: In this area, the council is seeking a planning scheme overlay for an airport in Melbourne’s south east. Casey is also seeking funding of $3.5 million to build a new gas gate to Cranbourne, Cardinia and the south east business park.

Youth mental health services, including the construction of stage two of the Casey Youth Hub in Narre Warren:

Stage-two of the Narre Warren Cranbourne Road duplication: The City of Casey is seeking funding of $75 to $115 million for the stage two duplication of Narre Warren Cranbourne Road, between Thompsons Road and the South Gippsland Highway. The road is the arterial spine within Casey and provides the key link between the Narre Warren area with the Cranbourne Activity Centres, as well as to developing and established residential areas, local

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Rail upgrade faces the hard questions trains, high-capacity signalling and the removal of at least four level crossings. A spokeswoman for Premier Denis Napthine didn’t elaborate on the project’s ultimate cost. She said taxpayers won’t “need to start paying” before the project is finished by the consortium and passengers “therefore see the full benefits of the package”. “Passengers using the Cranbourne-Pakenham service will see benefits before the project is complete including the removal of level crossings and the delivery of the new next generation trains.” The rail corridor’s trains are Melbourne’s most congested, with a forecast increase in commuters of 4.3 per cent a year. In a PTV passenger load report, 12 peak services a day were overcrowded beyond benchmark levels. Professor Currie said congestion would get worse until the upgrade is expected to be completed in 2019. The opposition has criticised plans for the Cranbourne-Pakenham corridor’s commuters missing the City Loop and being offloaded at Southern Cross station on the furthest side of the CBD. Public Transport Minister Terry Mulder said changing trains “already happens every day in Melbourne, as not every train goes direct to Flinder Street or via the City Loop.”

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Premier Dennis Napthine speaks at a media conference, with him is Gembrook MP Brad Battin, deputy mayor Amanda Stapledon, mayor Geoff Ablett and Brian Paynter at Pakenham station this year. 116323 a subsidiary consideration. “This means the planning may not adequately consider elements like good bus interchanges at stations, that serve the public interest but do not assure a financial return to the project proponents.” Professor Graham Currie of Monash University’s Institute of Transport Studies said Metro Trains’s PPP in Hong Kong had worked well but it was unclear what the “real detail” of the Victorian PPP could be.

“Metro Trains (in Hong Kong) makes money because it develops the property around the station. “A key question is whether the community here is happy to give this land away to developers.” The government has announced it is entering “exclusive negotiations” with the private consortium, hoping to finalise an agreement by late this year subject to “a positive value for money outcome”. The project includes 25 new

Ice age ambos called out AMBULANCES are being called out at least once a week to treat people using crystal methamphetamine, otherwise known as ‘ice’. A Turning Point report released last week showed icerelated call-outs nearly doubled to 54 in Greater Dandenong and nearly tripled to 72 in Casey in 2012-’13. In metropolitan Melbourne, annual call-outs had increased from 136 to 1112 in the three years up to 2012-’13. Turning Point clinical director Dr Matthew Frei said these cases were for the “really crook” patients - those extremely agitated, violent and in some cases vulnerable to heart problems and stroke. He said the community

needed more education on the drug’s potentially serious sideeffects. “Many people use this drug with minor ill-effects and only for a brief time. “A person may see their friends use it and haven’t seen the ill-health problems, but they may be themselves vulnerable to the serious mental health effects of the drug.” He said smoking ice had opened up a “new market” - a more intense and less stigmatised experience than injecting the drug. “It’s (wrongly) perceived as a soft drug because it’s smoked in a pipe.” Dr Frei said the drug-induced violence was putting a “huge pressure” on police, am-

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THREE men are facing charges after an altercation with each other during which a firearm was produced and one man was hospitalised. Police said that about 4pm on Sunday, three men attended a house in Lawless Drive, Cranbourne North, where they became involved in an altercation with the occupant. A firearm was produced but police have yet to ascertain who pulled out the gun. The home’s occupant, a 43-year-old man, was then struck to the back of the head with the firearm, which caused a laceration. The three men then left the premises and police attended the house. The man was taken to the Dandenong Hospital by ambulance, where he was treated for the laceration and swelling to his head, arms and legs. About the same time, two men visited Cranbourne Police Station and told police they had just had a firearm pulled on them. The two men, a 24-year-old from Lynbrook and a 38-year-old from Langwarrin, were arrested at the station and are expected to be charged with assault related offences. The Cranbourne man is facing firearm charges.

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I WRITE in relation to Medicare being moved to Centrelink offices (Vital Services Under One Roof, News, 8 May). Ample parking, you are kidding. Working in Lurline Street, near Centrelink, I can assure readers that parking is already in scarce supply in this part of Cranbourne. Moving the Medicare office to the Centrelink building will create parking chaos in this area. Or is it that the offices will be open on Sundays? That will work. David Burke, Carrum. WE ARE told that the current tax is 38 cents per litre, this is wrong as we pay 10 per cent GST on the fuel the service and the Fed Tax, which means we are paying 3.8 cents GST on the Fed Tax, making it .418 cents. If the Fed Tax is raised to 42 cents per litre plus GST, this will mean we are paying 46.2 cents per litre. How can the Federal Government justify GST on the Federal Fuel Tax when it is neither a goods or a service. Maurice Quinn, Cranbourne East.

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I AM writing in response to the article about Cranbourne North residents living in The Eve Estate and The Avenue on Casey estates signing a petition to change their suburb name from Cranbourne North to Narre Warren South that was handed in to the council meeting this week (Petition Is Unlikely To Be A Name Changer, News, 8 May). These residents bought their land to build a house on knowing that land from Glasscocks to Thompsons Road is in Cranbourne North. I am a resident of Cascades on Clyde Estate and went to numerous council meetings to get Casey council to make our whole estate Clyde North, not half of it Cranbourne East and the other Clyde North. We got shot down due to the council including Selandra Rise, Hunt Club, Brindalee, Parks Edge and Livingston Estates to make a new suburb Casey Fields, when all the council had to do was make our whole estate Clyde North and not include all these other estates. Myself and fellow residents are still not happy with the result when we were told by the planning officer of Casey council Peter Gillieron that a main road was required to make a boundary. The road is nearly completed, which is Casey Fields Boulevard, that will make our side Clyde North along with Selandra Rise and the other side Hunt Club and Brindalee Estates Cranbourne East. As Bridget Cook wrote, myself and my fellow residents of Cascades on Clyde do hope that the council don’t approve the change for these estates as they are in Cranbourne North and were well aware of it unlike all of us in Cascades on Clyde who were misled when purchasing our blocks that they were sold to us as “Clyde North”. Selena Jones, Cranbourne East.

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Socially Speaking In relation to Budget on Schools (News, 8 May): AGAIN we see no money for Cranbourne Secondary College, no buses to my estate in Salandra, no railway station for Cranbourne East, nothing to curtail the thugs and hoons in Cranbourne, nothing to stop the frequent cancellation of train services from Cranbourne to the city, no more new ambulances. You have lost my vote, Premier. Cameron Hill, via web. I CALLED the Department of Education and asked them when will the Casey Central East Primary School be built as I live in The Avenue Estate in Cranbourne North and my child is in kinder and ready to go to grade prep next year. The answer I got was that there has been no money put aside by this State Government for the school and the department do not know when it will be built and when they will be taking enrolments. What a furphy and a blatant lie this is to us local residents, this government think we are all fools. They all jump for joy in this photo,

they are jumping for empty promises. Paul Jakubenko, via web. In relation to Rat Run Poses Risks (News, 8 May) POLITICAL grandstanding at its worst. Councillor Amanda Stapledon is actually a Liberal candidate in this year’s up and coming election. Instead of grandstanding councillor, get this fixed. Pick up the phone and call your Liberal minister and get this fixed instead of politically grandstanding. And, yes, the intersection of Thompsons Road and Westernport Highway is a nightmare. There is no money in this year’s budget again for improvements along Thompsons Road, councillor. Jane Glover, via web. I WOULD just like to point out that I sent my email to the council directly and also individually to Geoff Ablett, Gary Rowe and Amanda Stapledon as on the council website they are listed as my local representatives. Amanda was gracious enough to contact me directly and very quickly in regards to my

concern. She straight away took action, and was willing to take time out of her day to meet with me. She was also willing to take my issue straight to council for me. I am very happy with everything that has happened so far, and how quickly it progressed from a simple email. This is something that I only contacted council about last week. It saddens me to think that the issue about helping children cross a very busy road safely could get lost in people being worried about the politics of it all. I am just very concerned about the safety of my family and many others that cross that road daily. I hope you and everybody else reading this article could agree with me on this. Jay White, via web. THIS is a fabulous idea but only a fix for the pedestrians. What about continuing the double lanes to the roundabout to allow more flow through and eliminate the bottle neck. Stacey, via web.


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“This funding will allow the continued expansion of the east campus into the VCE with a full range of arts and technology subjects being offered in this modern spacious facility for 2015,” he said. “The continued growth and expansion in Cranbourne will see the east campus of St Peter’s College provide a comprehensive curriculum to over 600 Year 7 to 12 students by 2016.” Mr Byrne said it was a great boost for the school which was in a growth corridor. “I am delighted that St Peter’s College has received fund-

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THOSE who think they’ve got it tough crawling along in peak hour traffic or negotiating drivers in a hurry through the busy streets of Melbourne should consider what it’s like on the mean streets of Kabul? They should spare a thought for Cranbourne man Michael Hartnett, 26, whose role is to protect the lives of others and his own each time he gets behind the wheel. The former Cranbourne Football Club player is currently deployed to Afghanistan, leading a team of soldiers who transport Australians through

the country’s dangerous streets in up-armoured sports utility vehicles. The Australian Army corporal, from the Brisbane based 9th Force Support Battalion, said the job can be risky. “The role of the team leader of the drive team involves many challenges,” he said. “There’s lots of preparation, planning and the unpredictability of the threat levels and traffic conditions in Kabul.” Corporal Hartnett said the operation was the first time he had been deployed to Afghanistan and the experience has been a unique opportunity.

“I joined the Army in 2008 for a great challenge,” he said. “I’ve worked very hard to get here. I’m definitely making the most of it while I’m here and doing the best job I can.” Corporal Hartnett is one of about 400 Australian Defence Force personnel in Kabul and Kandahar. Soldiers are supporting the International Security Assistance Force mission to train, advise and assist the Afghan National Security Forces. Australia will continue to support Afghanistan’s security, development and governance throughout 2014.

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Art kick-start By BRIDGET COOK

Former Hampton Park Secondary College student Tia Clothier’s artwork was chosen for the StArt Up: Top Arts 2014 exhibition.

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TWO Casey students have been given a kick-start in the art industry, by having their works selected for a prestigious exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). Former Cranbourne Secondary College student Danielle Schmidt and Hampton Park Secondary College student Tia Clothier had their artworks selected for NGV’s annual exhibition - StArt Up: Top Arts 2014. Now in its 20th year and one of the most popular and diverse exhibitions on the NGV calendar, the exhibition features the best artworks from the VCE class of the previous year. Students from across the state who received an A grade or higher for their art folio could apply for the exhibition. More than 3000 submissions were received, with just 49 artists chosen to exhibit.

Danielle said she was thrilled to be chosen and she even shed some tears of joy when she heard the news. “I had been to Top Arts every year when I started to fall in love with art and it was only a dream of mine to get this opportunity,” she said. “It means the world to me having been accepted and it’s such an excellent opportunity to have my artworks on display at the NGV for so many people to see and enjoy as well.” Danielle said her artworks were inspired by circuses, but more what goes on behind the scenes. “Initially, I was drawn to the excitement and energy of circus performers and the bright bold colours of circus costumes,” she said. “As I explored this subject further, I discovered a sombre truth behind the elaborate masks.

“My work aims to expose the harshness and real impact of spending a lifetime in the circus. “I am mostly inspired by portrait artists, particularly painters John Brack and Bernard Buffet and photographer Christina Otero. “I am constantly being inspired by new surroundings and I enjoy exploring a wide range of art mediums.” Tia has a particular interest in gender and sexuality and that became the subject of her artwork for the exhibition. She created three pen and watercolour works that explored newly-discovered gender identities. The StArt Up: Top Arts exhibition will be on display at the NGV Studio, Flinders Street, Federation Square until 20 July. It is open daily from 10am to 5pm, and admission is free.

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Fun run tests endurance By BRIDGET COOK CRANBOURNE Secondary College students tested their endurance at the school’s annual cross country carnival last week. Students descended on Casey Fields on Tuesday 6 May for the event, where they competed against each other in long distance running. Cranbourne Secondary College Health and Physical Education co-ordinator Melinda Corney said they held the cross country event in the form of an Adidas School Fun-Run. “We feel running it as a fun run gives more students incentives to join in, raise money and get prizes,” she said. “The students enjoyed the day, the sun was out and they got a free barbecue.” The winner of the 12 to 13-year-old girls’ race was Saiemah Ali, while Nivin Sathyajth took out the boys’ category. The 14-year-old races were won by Jade Lyons and Jawid Rahimi and the 15-year-old categories by Bahara Mizae and Ali Rahimi. Hasib Rahimi won the 16-year-old boys’ race, while Tom May took out the 17-year-old category. The top 10 placegetters in each age group will now go on to compete against other schools in the district.

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of success in its senior school and offers VCE, VET and VCAL programs. For more information, contact assistant principal Anne Ure on 8795 9400 or email hamptonparksc@edumail.vic. gov.au. The school website can be visited at www.hpsc.vic.edu.au.

FOUNTAIN Gate Secondary College is a Year 7-12 college committed to providing a high quality educational program that supports all students to fulfil their potential and achieve their goals in life. A comprehensive Australian Curriculum is provided for Years 7-10 levels, including a choice between two foreign languages (Indonesian or German). In addition, a broad offering of elective subjects in Years 9 and 10 gives students the opportunity to pursue their passions and fulfil their academic aspirations. At VCE level, the college offers a comprehensive range of programs that include Biomedical Science, Commerce, Art, Design and Technology and Creative and Performing Arts. The success of the school’s VCE program is reflected in the ability of their recent graduates to gain entry into their preferred courses of study in engineering, architecture, paramedics, and law at Australia’s leading universities. The college addresses its students’ diverse academic and individual learning needs. In particular, Fountain Gate Secondary College offers the High Achievers Program, which caters to students who have demonstrated consistently high academic achievement. The school also features a highly successful Future Problem Solvers program. A team from this program has been invited to compete in the world championship

Fountain Gate College school captains. of Future Problem Solvers in the US later this year - the firstever government school team to do so. The Sub-Schools lead a pastoral care program which ensures the academic, social and emotional needs of our students are supported and where each individual is encouraged to achieve their personal best at all times. Fountain Gate Secondary College boasts a range of highly successful sporting teams to promote the athletic potential of our students. The swimming, rugby, aerobics, netball, volleyball and athletics teams have enjoyed great success in state

and national level competitions. At Fountain Gate Secondary College, students are also provided with opportunities to develop their leadership skills through our Young Leaders Program, the Student Representative Council and the House system. In recognition of the fine leadership qualities cultivated among the students, the City of Casey selected the former school captain, Ben Hill, as its 2014 Young Citizen of the Year. For more information or a tour of the college, contact the college principal Mrs Vicki Walters by calling 8762 6839.

At Hampton Park Secondary College we are committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment through our schoolwide positive behaviour policy. This is promoted by our College values – Respect, Learning and Working Together.

• 1 : 1 laptop program • Year 7 and 8 learning teams which care for students • Huge range of electives in Year 9 and 10 • Intervention programs for children who need extra support with Literacy and Numeracy. • Instrumental music program

• Positive College Values • State of the art technology resources • Excellent record of success in Senior School including accelerated programs • VCE/VET/VCAL programs • Leadership opportunities across all year levels throughout the college

Fordholm Road, Hampton Park Direct all inquiries to: Anne Ure, Assistant Principal on 8795 9400

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Swimming milestone celebrated PAUL Sadler Swimland, Narre Warren, believes in maximising the “aquatic potential” of every child. The business will celebrate its 10 millionth swim this year with a celebration week from 12-17 May. To celebrate this milestone and to thank loyal customers, Paul Sadler Swimland will be running a major prize draw on Saturday 17 May that will see one lucky Swimland family take home $10,000 in cash. The learn-to-swim business is renowned for its expertise in swim education after more than 40 years’ experience. Paul Sadler Swimland, operating for the past 10 years in Narre Warren, offers a certificate-based teaching model that has been designed to reinforce the importance and significance of a child’s achievements and development. They offer the community swimming lessons, giving families the opportunity to learn a survival skill for life. Paul Sadler Swimland challenges kids and make swimming fun while prioritising the teaching of survival in the water. Their tagline is “Small successes and proudest moments” and this embodies everything that the school does and is something they pride themselves on. The aim is make the kids feel special at every level. They believe swimming is a journey and has developed a pathway to enable all swimmers to achieve great success along

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Quality training on offer MERINDA Park Learning and Community Centre is a training provider aimed at providing high quality training and great employment opportunities. Operating for the past 20 years, they offer training that is flexible, reliable and professional. Merinda Park Learning and Community Centre has highly qualified staff that support peo-

ple to learn in a small, friendly and caring environment. Their prices are affordable and payment plans are available for all accredited training. They have courses in Children’s Services, Aged Care, Leisure and Health, VCAL , Pre-Cal, ESL and many more. They also have courses for computers from Introductions to advanced levels including

MYOB. Something for everyone. The centre also has two, 12-seater buses for hire and large function room available for weekend hire. For further details, contact the centre on 5996 9056. Merinda Park Learning and Community Centre is at 141147 Endeavour Drive, Cranbourne North.

Make the most of your child’s aquatic potential. the way to their swimming Diploma. The school also offer an Open Water Swim program twice a year for students, allowing them to practise their water safety skills in the ocean environment. Not only does this provide students with preparation for open water sports such as surfing, sea kayaking, wind surfing and paddle boarding but also introduces them to a different and potentially challenging water situation, which can be ever changing. Paul Sadler Swimland Narre Warren is a Swim Australia nationally accredited swim school and offers a free swimming assessments for every child. Innovation is key and the Paul Sadler Swimland team continually refine their teaching methods.

A child who can swim one kilometre is swim literate, and Paul Sadler Swimland encourages parents to give their children the opportunity to achieve this important milestone. And while the weather has turned colder, it doesn’t mean it isn’t the perfect time to prepare the kids for summer. Paul Sadler Swimland Narre Warren will be running a ‘Practice for Summer’ theme week from 2631 May to ensure students keep their water survival skills front of mind year round. Students will enjoy activities in shallow and deep water, and concentrate on practicing techniques such as floating, treading water, safe entries and exits, rescues and using flotation aides. Paul Sadler Swimland, 101 Seebeck Drive, Narre Warren, phone (03) 8790 5540.

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Excitement over VCE centre THE future starts here ... Senior students at Casey Grammar are looking forward to the long-awaited opening of the new VCE centre. The purpose-built building has been designed to maximise learning opportunities for all students. This is clearly reflected in the variety of spaces available. Quiet study areas are present to ensure students can work independently, think and study without disturbance. Other areas lend themselves to more collaborative activities

such as study groups, tutoring and small group work. More informal learning spaces are included to allow for the variety of different approaches students are likely to encounter in both the workforce and in tertiary settings The centre’s design further reflects the school’s strong commitment to best practice teaching and learning. Each classroom is equipped with an Interactive whiteboard to enhance instruction and to facilitate student participation in

the learning process. The layout of the building ensures all students have quick and easy access to technology and multimedia resources. In addition, exam times will become a little easier for all as the classrooms on the first floor can be quickly transformed into a large exam centre. This will allow Unit Four students to complete their final exams in familiar surroundings in a space designed specifically to support their learning. The theatrette is a particu-

larly welcome addition and will provide another venue for the school’s extensive VCE lecture program. Among the first to present in the new centre will be author and Year 12 VCE English expert, David Maclean, who will run a series of workshops covering each part of the English course. Despite the new centre’s modern facilities and abundance of learning space, the school understands that it takes more than ‘bricks and mortar’ to build a Casey Grammar VCE Centre is to be opened soon. learning community.

One-stop careers shop for graduates WHAT do an aged care worker, a horticulturalist, a childcare worker, horse trainer or beauty therapist have in common? They could all be graduates of Community College Gippsland (CCG) which is offering a long list of diverse careers with nationally accredited qualifications. More than 500 people from diverse course areas came together last month to graduate from CCG at presentations in Warragul, Morwell and Leongatha. Many of them have changed their life and career opportunities

Certificate III graduates from the Community College Gippsland.

as a result of studying with CCG, which offers an alternative learning approach to TAFE, offering smaller class sizes and support to help people return to study, up-skill for career promotion, or assist those who have left school early to gain an accredited qualification and build a career. Operating from campuses across Gippsland, CCG offers certificate to diploma courses in children’s, education and youth services, business, hairdressing, beauty, aged care, disability, and community care, as well as programs in foundation studies. CCG is also a specialist in Rural Studies training offering

certificate to advanced diploma level courses in agriculture, horticulture, conservation and land management, as well as equine, harness and thoroughbred racing programs. Businesses can also utilise CCG’s innovative workplace training model, where CCG trainers come to them to deliver training to employees on the job. The message for people wanting a new direction in their lives is that it is never too hard or too late at Community College Gippsland. For more information phone 5622 6000 or visit: www.ccg.asn.au

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Wednesday 21st May 4.30 – 7.30pm Preps: Active learning and interactive whiteboards Grade 1: Space puzzles and Maths games Grade 2: Glow in the dark playdoh, solar system videos and more Grades 3&4: Experiments including balloon rockets, bubbles and helicopters Grade 6: Crime scene detective work and sports science

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Boost your child’s reading and comprehension skills or strengthen their ability to solve maths problems with ease. Give your child the start they need! Extended Call now to register your child to participate in a Free Trial of the Kumon English or Maths Program. Hours Places are limited. Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday

Discover more about Casey Grammar School, phone Jenny Hofmann on 03 5991 0800 for a School Tour, or visit www.caseygrammar.vic.edu.au

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Quality education, contemporary focus

Lachlan, Sarah and Stephanie with teacher Megan

Drilling in a vital skill LEARNING to swim is a skill for life and for a lifetime according to the friendly staff at Kings Swim Narre Warren. Centre manager Samantha Shaw said the school, open seven days, is all about making it easy for children to become safer as quickly as possible. “All our staff are trained to teach and communicate the same way, it’s a Kings “Safer-Faster” guarantee that as your child progresses through the program, the way they are taught never changes, even when changing teachers,” she said. “All our staff have a passion for children and their wellbeing.” Samantha herself is passionate about children learning to swim and watches children progress from a very tender age. “I have been a swim teacher at other pools in the past on a part-time basis. Once I sold my other business - furthering my career in this rewarding industry

was a must,” she said. “And becoming a centre manager was a dream come true. It’s so nice being able to see the kids go from being babies and starting their journey with us and progressing through the levels right up until they graduate as competent swimmers who now have swim and survive skills for life.” Kings Swim offers Learn to swim from Skills for Life - three months to three years, to Swim like a Fish - three years to graduation to Just Add Water Advanced Swimming (Club and Squad). “We offer a fast track program that is a four-day intensive program in the school holidays,” she said. “We also offer a no obligation free introductory lesson. “Our pool is specifically designed and purpose-built for teaching swimming and we also offer smaller class sizes.

“Our centre is always at a balmy 29 degrees; on pool deck with the water temperature being a warm 33 degrees perfect for the little ones and those cold winter days.” She said the centre, open since September 2001, tried to offer top quality in everything they did. “Quality Service: We have on deck customer service representatives,” Samantha said. “Quality teaching: all our teachers teach the same way. “Quality water: we are the only saltchlorinated pool within the City of Casey. Kings Swim Narre Warren, 4-12 the Avenue, Narre Warren South, phone 8790 1777; trading hours: MondayFriday: 8am-noon 3pm-7pm, Saturday -Sunday: 7.30am-noon.

LYNDHURST Secondary College is a progressive learning community providing challenging pathways for life and learning. The secondary college fosters commitment in all students and provides a safe, challenging and stimulating learning environment. They champion individual difference, excellence and integrity in order to develop open-minded citizens capable of contributing confidently and responsibly to an ever changing world. Through a common purpose, vision and value of respect, they aim to provide a rich, diverse and quality educational experience for all students. Dedicated staff work cohesively to further develop our students in an

academic and social sense guiding them in becoming effective community minded members of our society. They are also committed to working with the parent community to provide a strong vibrant education for all students. The college has a strong committment to further developing the college as a provider of excellent secondary education for the local community. Lyndhurst Secondary College encourages parents/carers and their children to visit for a tour in order to have an opportunity to experience secondary school life in practice. Contact Lyndhurst Secondary College on 5996 0144 for further details.

Lyndhurst Secondary College strives for excellence.

FAITH EDUCATION & SERVICE At St Peter’s College we pride ourselves on knowing our students both pastorally and academically, equipping them with the required skills necessary for the 21st Century. Our House System allows Learning Advisors and House Leaders to work closely with small ‘Student Tutor Groups’ over the six years a student is with us. Through this relationship we encourage our students to value effort and strive for excellence, always challenging them to be the best they can be.

ENROLMENTS: For student Admission Opportunities in 2014 & 2015 Please Contact: College Registrar, Mrs Kelley Cooper at kelley@stpeters.vic.edu.au or Phone: 5990 7777 College website for further details www.stpeters.vic.edu.au

CAMPUS TOURS: East Campus Friday 2nd May & 30th May 9.30 am West Campus Friday 9th May & 6th June 9.30 am Or by individual appointment Please Contact the College to reserve your place.

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Kumon’s tailormade learning

St Thomas the Apostle Catholic Primary School opened in February this year! We currently have 126 students from Prep to Year 6. The school has been established to provide a quality education in the Catholic tradition for the families in the Cranbourne East area. to p ovide a uality educaio i St Thomas established the the Catholic t adiio fo the Christian church in India in the first century and we are following his spirit by establishing a community on the values of prayer, ia chu ch i thanksgiving I dia i theand i st service, reconciliation.

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VIJII Rajendran is the Kumon instructor at Kumon Narre Warren South Education Centre. She tailors children’s learning through English and maths programs. A program is designed for each child to enjoy reading widely and learning new maths concepts. Ms Rajendran individualises The staf st ive to develop a lea i g e vi-children’s learning so that they are studying at an appropriate level to give them confidence in the classroom and in everyday life. Kumon’s English and mathWe a e cu e tly i vii g e ol e ts fo ematics programs are tailored to enhance children’s reading, comprehension and calculation Please call 5 du i g oice hou sskills o for confident learning. The programs are designed to develop every child’s ability, The staff strive to develop a learning to build a strong foundation in English and mathematics at a environment that educates, challenges and pace that is right for them. engages all the students. Students’ learning is not reWe are currently inviting enrolments for next stricted to their age or school year’s classes. grade level.There is no limit to how much they can learn. Please call 5998 9293 during office hours or call in and Easy access and guidance across a great collection of collect an enrolment form between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. books from the Kumon recomEntry to the school is via MacKillop Way, Cranbourne East, mended reading list is a key next to St Peter’s college on Heather Grove. factor in developing confident young readers at this centre.

Fountain Gate SECONDARY COLLEGE Josephine Ave, Narre Warren 3805 Phone: (03) 8762-6839

Kumon learning aims to extend a child’s abilities. The centre also hosts regular information evenings for parents who want to learn more about the Kumon Method of Learning. Kumon Narre Warren South also invites you to trial the maths or English program for two weeks... for free. Besides assessment and four free introductory sessions between 15 to 31 May, children will also be provided with homework for two weeks, thereby providing a complete

Kumon experience during the trial period. While the regular sessions are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, the trial classes will be offered on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Contact Viji Rajendran to register children for this free trial of the Kumon maths or Kumon English program. For more information, contact the Kumon Narre Warren South Education Centre on 8787 8575.

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Comprises large master bedroom with walk in robe and full ensuite, large formal living , kitchen with meals and second open planned living area overlooking alfresco area with a generous backyard. Additional features: dishwasher, ducted heating, split system air con, remote double garage with internal access and recycled water.

Situated at the rear of this boutique group of only two, create the perfect first home, investment or downsizer. Light filled lounge room, functional kitchen with room for casual dining, 3 robed bedrooms, central walk through bathroom to main bedroom, single lock up garage, large rear yard, moments to local transport and reserve.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $385,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 3.00 pm to 3.30 pm Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158

For Sale By Negotiation Over $280,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158 Harcourts - Cranbourne

3 bedroom family home with good street appeal. Set on a 533 sqm block of land, surrounded by established gardens. Formal lounge, open style family room with modern kitchen & breakfast bar, plus family meal area. Convenient location,only walking distance from schools, shops and bus stop. Ideal for first home buyers, investors or retirees.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $355,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Roger Spencer & Leon D’Penha M 0413 087 220 M 0415 205 032 Harcourts - Cranbourne

For Sale By Negotiation Over $295,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Roger Spencer M 0413 087 220

Botanic Ridge 46 Seaview Drive

The Right Home In The Right Location With Plenty Of Features A four bedroom family home in a sensational location, this property would suit a first home buyer or investor. Master bedroom with ensuite and WIR, all other bedrooms with built in double robes, formal living, study and massive family. The kitchen is a chef’s dream and provides an abundance of cupboard & bench space, quality stainless steel appliances, double garage, ducted heating & cooling.

Cranbourne 5 Curnow Court Three bedrooms and a large open plan living, the home offering comfort for all.Set on a quite court location on a large block of land approx 562 sqm .Plenty of parking space plus a double garage with backyard access for caravan or your fishing boat. Walking distance from schools ,kinder, shopping centre and public transport.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $500,000 Open Saturday 1.00 pm to 1.30 pm View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158

For Sale By Negotiation Over $305,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Roger Spencer M 0413 087 220

Cranbourne 5 Elysian Place Located in Alarah Estate this as new home is built to entertain and enjoy. Designed to maximise natural light & space this home offers formal living, huge kitchen meals & family room spilling out through café doors onto the awesome decked alfresco. On a compact block of 448m2 this home is designed for little work and plenty of relaxation. For Sale By Negotiation View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew MacTaggart M 0418 385 158

Cranbourne West 8 Scarborough Avenue

Cranbourne North 37 Godwin Crescent

Cranbourne North 20 Hazelwood Avenue,

Cranbourne East 11 Peisley Crescent

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

This lovely home comprises of three good sized bedrooms with BIR’s,master with WIR main walk through bathroom spacious kitchen/ meals area, open plan living, ducted heating, solar panel slug with drive through access and much more. Inspection will impress.

This 3 bedroom neat & tidy home is close to shops & public transport. The kitchen flows through to the formal dining room & spacious lounge room with gas heating & cooling. The land is 644m2 block, with a double carport, a garden shed, and pergola to sit under & entertain family & guests.

3 bedrooms plus study/4th bedroom, master bedroom with ensuite and WIR, other 2 bedrooms with BIR, separate formal lounge, open plan kitchen and dining room, theatre room, large pergola, outside decked entertainment area, dbl garage with single rear access.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $330,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Leon D’Penha M 0415 205 032

For Sale By Negotiation Over $295,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Waseem Asif M 0433 880 999

For Sale Negotiation Over $320,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 12.00 pm - 12.30 pm Waseem Asif M 0433 880 999

For Sale By Negotiation View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 2.00 - 2.30 pm Robert Matus M 0409029518

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Cranbourne North 96 Courtenay Avenue This beautiful four bedroom two bathroom home located in sought after Cranbourne North is perfect for the young family, with outstanding convenience and a terrific neighbourhood for children to grow. Outside a large covered entertaining area beckons your family and guests for a BBQ or simply a place to enjoy a drink.

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Contact: Joanna Karow, 0423 665 367

THIS family home is in a quiet court location only minutes to M1 Freeway, Princes Highway, Hallam Station, Westfield and well recognised local schools. This attractive modern structure consists of open-plan living, four bedrooms with built-in wardrobes (the main with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe), formal lounge and dining, huge kitchen with granite benches and stainless-steel appliances including dishwasher and main bathroom with corner spa. Quality manifests itself in all aspects from high ceilings to hardwood polished floors right throughout the house, ducted heating, Coonara wood heater, cooling, vacuum, security systems plus a 3kW solar system to reduce the energy bill. Extensive decking plus big backyard (on a block of about 691 square metres) with a 10,000-litre water tank. Extra-large remote garage also provides ramps for wheelchair access.

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Hampton Park 47 Cumberland Chase

Cranbourne 117 Monahans Road

Cranbourne West 8 Isaac Court

In a lovely block of 3, the unit offers a very central position and features a formal lounge with gas heating and air con, carport and more. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $235,000 View Saturday 11:30am

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

Close To Everything This lovely 4 bedroom brick veneer home features ensuite, gas wall heater, tiled kitchen, good sized back yard and double car park. For Sale Price Guide $320,000+

Little Beauty This lovely little three bedroom brick veneer property with modern tiled kitchen and meals area, ducted heating and a double garage. For Sale Price Guide $320,000+

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 Cranbourne 59964777

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Neville Benjamin 0402 116 035 Cranbourne 59964777

Neville Benjamin 0401 116 035 Cranbourne 59964777

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Cranbourne West 19 Stephellen Way

Cranbourne 29 Earlston Circuit

Rythdale 650 Mcgregor Road

This 4 bedroom home currently tenanted by a tenant who wishes to remain in the property, makes this a viable investment property. It is a spacious open plan home with lots on offer. For Sale Price Guide $360,000+

A Complete Family Package With 4 bedrooms including the master with ensuite & WIR and two separate living areas. Central kitchen, drive through double garage & ducted gas heating For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $365,000

129 Acres of rural luxury close to city - 90 Square home on 129 acres. - 3-bed Managers Residence. - 45 mins from Melbourne. For Sale Price Guide Expressions of Interest

Neville Benjamin 0402 116 035 Cranbourne 59964777

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

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 4bed family home combined with a 1 acre lifestyle. For Sale Price Guide Buyers over $770,000

119 High Street

119 High Street

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722

Adam Gill 0407 456 888 Cranbourne 59964777

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119 High Street

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Clyde North Chevrolet Street

What a deal

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

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

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For Sale $350,000 Plus Buyers

For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers

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

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

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Clyde North Lot 58 Chevrolet Street

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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 $410,000 Plus Buyers

For Sale $400,000 plus buyers

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

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

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Clyde North Lot 56 Chevrolet Street

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

$10,000 Grant On This Home Now

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

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

For Sale $410,000 Plus Buyers For Sale $390,000 Plus Buyers Tim 0411 989 344

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

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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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

All information contained herein is gathered from sources we consider to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided. Interested parties must solely rely on their own enquiries.

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SIZE, COMFORT, POSITION AND PARKING THE search will end here when

53 Glenalva Parade, Cannons Creek

11 Eccles Way Botanic Ridge

Block Buster!!!

The owners this impeccable property have spared no expense in creating this Buy TheofBest On Offer In Settlers Run amazing house that will impress you beyond belief.

Auction Saturday 24th May 12:30pm

Open Saturday 3.00 - 3.30 An outstanding block of land in the sought after Settlers Featuring: Agents Chrissy Kouvaras FIXED DATE SALE • Stunning polished boards (sourced from St. Kilda pier) & polished concrete Run Estate that has its own private Golf Course and 0418 570 521 • 3 largeClub bedrooms plus ofice or fourth bedroom Country in Botanic Ridge. A flat block of 542m2 Tuesday 3rd June 6pm (unShelly Brown • Bungalow (Width 15m, Lengthblinds 36m) with potential views to the city, • Remote controlled less sold prior)0431 188 166 you will be set tofeaturing build your dream home. With year • Chef’s kitchen Caesar-stone bench topsall & two-pack cabinetry Agent Kelley Moldovan 0400 007 040 • Hydronic loor Coonara,gym, split system cooling round access toheating, the restaurant, swimming pools, • Featured LED lighting tennis courts, walking tracks and of course the amazing • Perfectly landscaped garden & exposed aggregate concrete Greg Norman designed 18 hole Golf course. It means you • Double tandem garage plus double carport are not just buying into an another estate you are buying • Remote access gates

into a Lifestyle which is sure to make you the envy of all

Do not miss this stella opportunity to live the highlife with just about everything reyourbrand family and friends. built new. Call today for your inspection.

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Stockdale and Shop 2 & 3, 207Leggo SouthSomerville Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne 3/1065 Frankston Flinders Road, Somerville www.stockdaleleggo/cranbourne 5996 1444 5 Webb Street, Ph 03 5977 8877Narre Warren www.stockdalelegg/narrewarren 9704 9899 www.stockdaleleggo.com.au/somerville

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buyers inspect this large family home which is situated in a quiet court location.

Contact: Michael Cervenjak, 0419 389 039 L J HOOKER, ENDEAVOUR HILLS, 9708 0555

$360,000

HALLAM

$380,000

THE sweeping staircase welcomes visitors as they enter the large foyer and there is a separate lounge and open plan family, dining area and fully equipped kitchen leading onto the decked undercover entertainment area. This lovely home also includes solar panels. Upstairs there is a massive master bedroom with large walk-in wardrobe, parents’ retreat plus deluxe open ensuite with spa. There are also three double bedrooms and a rumpus room with private balcony. A study, internal access and double drive through garage complete the picture - and here is the best kept secret - accommodation for 10 cars off the street.

HAMPTON PARK

$325,000+

7 Chirnside Road

With a land size of approx. 612m2, this property offers 3

6/35-37 Belgrave Hallam Road

102 Cairns Road

Land size of approx 696m2,option to subdivide and build two houses (STCA). 3 bedrooms plus study,rumpus room,2 bathrooms,2 toilets, single garage,4 carports,3 living areas, free standing stove and range hood, ducted heating,dishwasher, built in wardrobes, stand alone BBQ facilities, small garden shed. Easy access to Monash Freeway,Monash University Campus,public transport, local parks. The tenant will be vacating on or before 20 June 2014. Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, living, dining and family

2 bedrooms plus a study, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, single remote garage, verandah, some private open space area, ducted heating, rain water tank, stainless steel kitchen appliances with dishwasher, and visitor car park. All located close to Hallam Business Centre, Shopping Centre, local school, with Monash freeway just around the corner, it only takes approx. 35 minutes to the city. Call us today to enquire!

With a land size of approximately 531 m2, the house features 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, formal dining area, double carport with internal access that can accommodate up to 4 cars, split system air conditioning, wall furnace, floor boards and garden shed. With the bus stop right at your door step and located close to schools and South Gippsland Highway this property has everything you are looking for. Call now for further details.

Vincent Djuang 0411 363 322

Marcelino Salazar 0431 400 889

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$650,000+

area, open plan kitchen with meals area, double lock up garage, ducted heating, two air conditioning units and dishwasher. All surrounded by a leafy garden located close to schools, local shops and public transport. Call us now before for more details! Travis Chong 0433 409 764

NARRE WARREN SOUTH $400,000+

HAMPTON PARK

$330,000+

LAND FOR SALE 48 Grenfell Rise Narre Warren South (582m2) Lot 172 Jasmine Grove Officer (536m2)

$200,000

15 Buller Avenue Clyde (450m2)

$ 260,000

Lot 332 Buller Avenue, Clyde (448m2)

$ 242,500

17 Alarah Boulevard Cranbourne West (448m2)

$235,000

15 Aylesbury Court Hampton Park (716m2)

2 Honeyeater Grove Close to shops, schools, parks and Monash Freeway, this house offers 4 bedrooms,master bedroom with BIRs and WIR,3 bathrooms,3 toilets,family and dinning areas, double garage,porcelain tiles for the floor coverings, Caesar Stone for the kitchen´s bench top, internal and external kitchens with outdoor fish pond display,ducted heating,evaporative cooling, solar panels, balcony and shed with a land size of approx. 603 sqm Travis Chong 0433 409 764

Fresh painted house with brand new carpet throughout the whole house offers 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, double remote controlled garage with internal access, Air Conditioning, ducted heating and outdoor entertainment area. All amenities that Narre Warren South could offer such as school, shopping centre and public transport are just at your doorstep. Call our office now! Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

22 Enterprise Avenue, HAMPTON PARK

$ 300,000+

$400,000+

8 Ellindale Close Situated in arguably one of Hampton Park´s most convenient streets, within walking distance to school and Aldi Supermarket, local parks and public transport is where you will find this family home. Boasting 4 bedrooms, generous size living area, family zone, pergola, canopy range hood, dishwasher, double lock up garage, roller shutters, Air Conditioning, laminate floor boards and curtains. Call now to enquire!

Vincent Djuang 0411 363 322

Mars Salazar 0431 400 889

Travis Chong 0433 409 764

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Private Sale Price Offers Over $335,000 Inspect Saturday 1:00 - 1:30pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Brodie Morris 0466 911 797

Private Sale Price $325,000 Inspect Saturday 11:30 - 12:00pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Katie Maloney 0437 284 449 Simon Murphy 0431 059 908

Impressive family home with 6 car shed Once you walk into this beautiful property you will feel right at home. The home comes complete with 3 good size bdrms, 2 separate living areas, the main living with open fire place & 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 & cook top, amazing outdoor undercover entertaining area & a massive 6 car shed with work shop, 240v power & running water. Other features include evaporative cooling, kids cubby house & lovely gardens all on a 660 m2 block of land within walking distance to boat ramp & the local shop.

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.

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Private Sale Price Offers Over $300,000 Inspect By Appointment or as Advertised Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Ben Doughton 0431 163 189 Donna Probert 0439 987 391

IT´S A HOU-NIT To call this beauty a unit wouldn´t be right. It offers a whole lot more than just your average size unit. Large modern kitchen with dishwasher, ss cooktop, oven & large pantry, open plan tiled meals area & lounge with carpet, split system reverse cycle for all year round comfort, 2 bedrooms, the spacious main has extra built in robes, alfresco area for BBQ´s & the single garage with remote control & internal access. Built in 2010 and the living area is approx 12 squares, bigger than the average. Come and see for yourself and see why we call this delightful property a Hou-nit with only 3 on the block.

BUDGET BUSTER Set on a 604m2 (approx) block, close to all amenities, it has 3 large bedrooms, master has an ensuite, along with a walk in robe to both bedroom 1 and 2. Very neat and tidy living area with gas heating and air conditioning. Open plan kitchen meals area, pantry, electric wall oven, gas cooktop and breakfast bar. Step outside to a wonderful fernery/BBQ area, sunroom attracting the warm sun in the chilly winter months, and the double carport. There is still lots of room in the backyard for the kids to play. If your looking for a well maintained spacious home, ideal for the young family with not much to do then this is the one for you.

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CRANBOURNE WEST

Auction 3 June 2014 @ 12 noon on site 1/11 John Street, Pakenham

Rare find Indeed ! Available with vacant possession Excellent frontage to John Street & rear access Next to the Pakenham Central Market Place Shopping Centre 2 car spaces on title 1134077-EG20-14

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Size: Terms: Contact:

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12,130m2 Zoned Industrial 3 Central Narre Warren location Close to Fountain Gate, Berwick Business Park, Casey Lifestyle Centre and Station • Suit owner occupier or developer • • • •

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Contact: Katie Maloney, 0437 284 449 Simon Murphy, 0431 059 908 HODGES, CRANBOURNE, 5996 5993

VISITORS will be absolutely delighted with what they find when they inspect this immaculately presented three bedroom home which is located in a quiet pocket in Cranbourne West. ON entry visitors walk into the spacious living room with air conditioning. This leads on to the kitchen/meals area which has plenty of cupboard space and a dishwasher. The master bedroom comes complete with a walk-in wardrobe and the other bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The home has been freshly painted throughout and other features include ducted central heating, a very stylish decked entertaining area with great landscaped gardens and side access to fit a trailer or boat. The garage has been upgraded to a second living room that has inside access.

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$600,000

CRANBOURNE

$900,000

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LANGWARRIN

$710,000

CLYDE

$2,100,000

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

10 ACRES OF PURE PRIVACY. (214107) In Langwarrin is this 9.8 acre property just waiting for you to build your dream home on, with a fully self-contained barn in place. Mains gas & water to property, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom barn with kitchen & lounge Fenced to 5 paddocks & Just under 10 acres of undulating land.

10 ACRE HOBBY FARM & LAND BANK!! (214101) In the heart of Clyde is this 10 acre farm, Three BR brick veneer home, all BR with BIR’s & master with full ensuite, mains water & 3.6ML licence for dam, plenty of shedding and 2 cool rooms. This property is just waiting for the residential zoning.

CRANBOURNE

TOORADIN

DEVON MEADOWS $788,000

FOR SALE

FOR SALE

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‘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!-

GREAT ONE FOR THE HORSES!!! (213315) 12 acres setup for horses. 3 bedroom BV, master with FENS & WIR, 3 zone living compromising of family room, front lounge & rumpus/theatre, 9mX6m barn/work shop, 2 car garage & pergola area, tank & bore water, fenced to 7 paddocks & 2 day yards with hot wire and only a trot to Pony Club! Call : Jason Brown 0423 768 424

YOUR OWN OASIS RETREAT ON 2.5 ACRES. (214102)Devon Meadows property with a 3 bedroom plus study, 2 bathroom home and entertaining area. BR are good in size & master with full ensuite. Alfresco area, 6mX12m W/Shop, 4 car garage, 6mX9m carport. Fenced to 1 large paddock with space for 2 more.

LAND WITH PLANS & PERMIT FOR 6 PRACTITIONERS Medical Centre High Traffic exposure Plans and permits for 6 Practitioners Close to Cranbourne CBD On-site car parking Cnr South Gippsland Hwy & Codrington Street

FACTORY & YARD (214082)Land Size 40,46m² approx, Building Size 1,000 sqm approx, Industrial 1 Zone2, Offices / Staffroom / Showroom Reception, High Clearance Roller Door & Internal height, 3 Phase Power, 40 metre frontage to Cameron Street.

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OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS CRANBOURNE NORTH

$292,000 CLYDE NEAT AS A PIN!

NEW LISTING

(214032) This lovely 3 bedroom home, situated only a couple of minutes drive to Freeway access, childcare facilities and local schools. Offering WWC and BIR to all, spacious living room with laminate flooring leading through to the neat and functional kitchen and meals area. Laundry leads through to an extra utility room great for those who are looking for extra storage. Sitting on an approx. 525m² block with immaculate gardens front and rear, large undercover pergola and garden shed. If you’re looking for rear access to park the trailer or boat, or looking to invest this is the property for you. Please call directly to arrange an inspection.

CRANBOURNE

$297,500 BERWICK

$569,950

NEW LISTING

DUAL LIVING ON 1 ACRE CLYDE (214117) Beautifully presented 4 bedroom home with dual living. Located in the lovely township of Clyde. This home has semi ensuite to 2 of the bedrooms, big bathroom with spa, renovated kitchen with all modern conveniences, 2 lounges, huge family room. Set on a picturesque acre this home has been realistically priced to sell. Call John Lynch directly.

$439,000 CRANBOURNE EAST

$359,900

NEW LISTING

QUALITY UNIT & GREAT LOCATION

THE CHASE ESTATE - BERWICK

A Brindalee Beauty !

(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.

(214073) 4 bedrooms, 2 bathroom all bedrooms have sliding robes & master has full ensuite & WIR. Well-appointed kitchen with wall oven & hot plates, spacious family & meals area. Large private lounge. Fantastic schools & shopping facilities are close. Property is tenanted by a month x month Lease @300p/week to a great tenant.

(214121) 3 bedroom home. Kitchen with ample storage, large open plan lounge. Ducted heating, split system A/C, 2xcar garage with rear roller door, extra-large pergola, perfect for entertaining. Large shed and fence extensions all on a 545m² approx. Close to local schools & public transport. For all enquiries or inspections please call directly.

CRANBOURNE

$357,500 CRANBOURNE

$299,000 CRANBOURNE NORTH

$357,000

NEW LISTING

WHAT A STUNNING HOME

5 MINUTE WALK - LEAVE THE CAR

“Need Four Bedrooms?” Cranbourne North

(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.

(214111) Handy for all facilities this solid 3 bedroom brick home is on a 628m2 (approx) block, ranch style design with two way bathroom from master bedroom, BIR to all bedrooms, galley style kitchen with wall oven & hot plates, ceramic tiles to wet areas. Ducted heating, split system. A paved pergola/patio area, secure block with good fencing.

(214113) 4 Bedroom home with full ensuite and walk in robe to master, two living areas, ducted heating plus split system cooling. Established gardens with pergola patio area & garage under roofline, close to all facilities. Call Frank Barrett.

CRANBOURNE

$249,000 CRANBOURNE NORTH

$359,950 CRANBOURNE WEST

$279,950

NEW LISTING

RARE OPPORTUNITY

BIG BLOCK, BIG HOME

“FEATURE PACKED HOME”

(214118) Build your dream home with plenty of room for the children to play on this big block of land approx. 840 m², or for the investor to secure this fantastic opportunity to develop units/townhouses STCA. Walking distance to Cranbourne train station, buses and shops, don’t let this one slip away. Call Kym Mackinlay directly.

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

(214108) Modern tonings with floating timber floors to hardwearing area and carpeted to bedrooms, kitchen with gas cooking,2 split systems plus gas furnace and electric log fire. All 3 bedrooms have BIR, 583m² approx. block, Patio area plus carport. Minutes’ drive to shopping centres. Inspect today.

HALLAM

$399,970 JUNCTION VILLAGE

$329,950 PEARCEDALE

$369,950

FAMILY FOUR BEDDER

OPEN PLAN, AND MODERN

Calling all Developers/Investors

(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.

(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

(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.

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COUNTRY & COASTAL DOWNSIZE LOCATION 3

2

GRANTVILLE 2

8 Portview Avenue Inspect: By appointment Price: $289,900 Contact: Gary Tuck, 0439 669 902 ALEX SCOTT AND STAFF, GRANTVILLE, 5678 8433

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Harcourts Drouin 81 Princes Way Drouin 03 5625 2877 www.drouin.harcourts.com.au

OPEN HOME

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1142 BASS HIGHWAY, PIONEER BAY

UNIT 3, NO 4 PORTVIEW AVENUE, GRANTVILLE

OPEN HOME

HIGH QUALITY BRAND NEW HOME

Drouin 8a Greenland Drive

Tree lined 2.4 acres. Modern kitchen, natural gas cooktop, island bench. 4 brm & study. 2 new 9x6 colourbond sheds with concrete slabs (5 car storage). Workshop. Solar power gates, remote entry. 15m solar heated salt water pool.

Well designed ranch style 3br BV home. 7638m2 (1.9ac) approx block. Formal/informal living. New kitchen. Gas log fire & s/system AC. Magnificent north facing views. Parklike setting. Dbl garage 8.3x8m URL, dbl carport & dbl colourbond shed 12.1x7.6m. Covered entertaining area.

For Sale $595,000 - $649,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23584 Open Saturday 1.00pm - 1.30pm Brian Soutar & Pauline Soutar M 0418 515 252 M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

OPEN HOME

For Sale $539,000 - $559,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23634 Open Saturday 12.30pm - 1.00pm Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

OPEN HOME

ADDRESS: INSPECT: PRICE: AGENT:

Unit 3, No 4 Portview Avenue, Grantville By Appointment $279,900 Gary Tuck 0439 669 902 Alex Scott & Staff Grantville 5678 8433

Priced to sell! This home would suit an investor looking for a cheapie or perfect starter for a first home buyer. Three bedrooms and in a great location opposite the bus stop yet behind a barrier on the service road yet within walking distance to the foreshore and board walk at Pioneer Bay. Only a twenty five minute to Pakenham and Cranbourne.

1134835-PB20-14

Drouin 8 Sherwood Court

INVESTOR OR FIRST HOME BUYER SPECIAL

Now completed and ready to move in to, this home is just 100m to the shops and services. Energy efficient with a 6.3 star energy rating and a solar assisted hot water system, rain water tank with pump and split system heating and cooling. 3 bedrooms with BIRs, master with ensuite. The build quality is excellent and being so close to the shops, transport and beach this home will suit a couple down sizing or an investor wanting a low maintenance set and forget investment.

ADDRESS: AUCTION: PRICE: INSPECT: AGENT:

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

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1142 Bass Highway, Pioneer Bay Saturday 10th May $199,000 By appointment Lynn Pendergast ALEX SCOTT & STAFF GRANTVILLE 5678 8433

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

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Drouin 35 Calway Street

Drouin 4 White Gum Court

Lovely treed 805m2 block. Tastefully decorated BV home, 3 brms with BIRs, open plan galley style kitchen/dining & inviting lounge. Covered outdoor area. Fenced to ensure privacy. Solid fuel heating, split system & gas heating. Renovated bathroom. Double colourbond garage.

Well designed 3 brm plus study. Open living area. Functional kitchen, dbl door pantry & DW. Dbl remote garage, internal access. Ducted gas heating, 8kw s/system AC, solar HWS. 6x5.3m c/bond shed, lights/fan, 7 power points. Nth facing merbau deck, pergola, lights/speakers.

For Sale $265,000 - $280,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23644 Open Saturday 1.15pm - 1.45pm Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

For Sale $329,000 - $345,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23666 Open Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

2383 WIlloW groVe rD,

hIll enD If you’re after fresh organic fruit, veggies and eggs, the vegetable gardens, hot house, fruit trees and chook pens are ready and abundant! A 4 bay machinery shed, very large workshop & extra L/U shed adjoining will please the tradie, car enthusiast or hobbyist and the meandering gardens make outdoors all the more inviting. This solid solar powered home has 3 bedrooms, 2 living rooms and two recently refurbished bathrooms with double wall oven and induction cook top in kitchen. Two inverters and a modern solid fuel heater/ cooker cover your options for heating and cooling. Outdoor entertaining is extensive and a circular drive convenient. On tourist route to Skiing, ishing, boating and more. Internet ID: wg3399

View property and more details at www.sej.com.au

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

1134821-PB20-14

THIS new home has just been completed and is one of only two available. It is just 100 metres to the post office, newsagent, pharmacy and bank. With the local doctor just across the road, the new owners will have most amenities within easy walking distance including the beach, walking tracks and the jetty. Comprising exceptional build quality brick and render with Colorbond roof, this home has a 7.1 star energy rating, solar hot water service and offers three bedrooms, master with full ensuite, modern kitchen and open plan living. It is fully fenced and has a remote controlled double garage.

JInDIVICk – AMAZING PROPERTY – ALL NEW INFRASTRUCTURE – EXCEPTIONAL LOCATION 62 Outstanding acres with a balance of rich creek lats and gentle hills, permanent water from “Ironstone Creek”. Brand new double storey Colonial home with 4 massive bedrooms and spacious living. Huge new 6 bay shed and very good fencing. Panoramic views and located 6 minutes from freeway in sought after Jindivick – Drouin West district. - A property that “Ticks all boxes” Auction – Saturday 24th may 2014 – 12.00pm terms: 10% deposit – Settlement 30/60/90 Days Internet id: wg3395 View property and more details at www.sej.com.au

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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. #

G PACK FLOORIN

DE^ A C A F E E FR

Flooring included throughout for Affinity Collection, T-Range and Essential Series homes.

Your choice of facade at no extra cost for T-Range homes.

LUSIONS C N I E R O M

† Y R T N A P BUTLER’S Butler’s Pantry including undermount sink included for Affinity Collection homes.

Plus an extensive array of quality inclusions across every home in our range.

21 / WOLLERT

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. CH140515

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WHY BOTANIC RIDGE? MORE VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY LOT AVERAGE

600m2

DEPTHS OF

34m+

FRONTAGES

15m+

· ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY OVER 75% SOLD OUT

· SECURE INVESTMENT CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND SHOPS

· PREMIUM DEVELOPMENT 10.5KM OF WALKING TRACKS

· ROOM TO GROW LARGER LOTS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES

LOT 1907 - 544m2 LAND SELLING

$214,000 CASEY’S MOST EXCLUSIVE ADDRESS

This material has been prepared with care and believed to be correct at the time of printing, however it is an indicative guide only. All information is subject to change without notice at the vendor’s absolute discretion and cannot form part of any offer or contract.

PHONE 9785 9339

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Choose your design, Choose your advantage dŚĞƌŝĚŐĞǁĂƚĞƌZĂŶŐĞŝƐŬŶŽǁŶĨŽƌŝƚƐƋƵĂůŝƚLJĂŶĚƚƌƵĞǀĂůƵĞ͘^ŵĂƌƚ͕ĞĸĐŝĞŶƚ͕ĐŽŶƚĞŵƉŽƌĂƌLJĚĞƐŝŐŶƐĂůůŽǁƵƐƚŽďƌŝŶŐ ƚŽLJŽƵĂŶĂīŽƌĚĂďůĞŚŽŵĞƚŚĂƚĐŽŵƉůĞŵĞŶƚƐLJŽƵƌůŝĨĞƐƚLJůĞ͘KǀĞƌϭϲĚĞƐŝŐŶƐƌĂŶŐŝŶŐĨƌŽŵϭϰ͘ϴƚŽϯϲ͘ϭƐƋƵĂƌĞƐ.

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Waterford Rise Estate Clovelly 225, Franklin 329

Casiana Grove Estate Riverview 266, Sorrento 328, Queenscliff 416 11 Red Maple Dr Cranbourne West, VIC 3977

Parks Edge Estate Avalon 247, Newport 361

32 Pegasus Rd Cranbourne West, VIC 3977

Berwick Waters Estate Clovelly 276, Waratah 339, Breamlea 504 60 Flowerbloom Cr North Clyde, VIC 3978

150 Prendergast Ave Cranbourne, VIC 3977

27 Silkwood Dr Warragul, VIC 3820

70 - 78 Vesper Dr Narre Warren, VIC 3805

Phone: 9704 4050 Open 7 days 11am - 5pm

Phone: 0419 319 509 Open 7 days 11am - 5pm

Phone: 0400 569 480 Open 7 days 11am - 5pm

Phone: 9704 4030 Open 7 days 11am - 5pm

Phone: 0409 554 394 Open 7 days 11am - 5pm

Phone: 9704 4040 Open Sat-Wed 11am - 5pm

Ambrosia Estate Whistler 324, Glenaire 396

Vesper Drive Displays Clovelly 191, Narrabeen 197

** New Design Coming Soon

Visit one of our display centres for full details of this limited offer. Offer available to new deposits left on or after 19th April 2014 for homes within the Bridgewater Range, is subject to change without notice, and may be withdrawn at any time. E&OE. 1129346-KC16-14


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GREAT PLACE, GREAT PRICE

HAMPTON PARK

LANDSCAPED front gardens and a pattern paved driveway welcome you to this amazing first home buyer special. THIS home’s spacious formal lounge and dining room, with a slow combustion wood heater and air-conditioner, flows through to the separate family/meals area with slate tiles, gas wall heater and ceiling fan, which overlooks the hostess kitchen with breakfast bar and plenty of cupboard space. There are three bedrooms, all with builtin wardrobes and near the central bathroom which has been renovated with a new bath and shower, as well as the toilet and laundry. Visitors will be able to venture to the backyard and be immediately impressed with the large entertaining area over a pergola in view of a built-in barbecue as well as the lovely and private gardens with a fernery, garden shed and storage area. Other inclusions are a security alarm, timber venetian blinds, new carpet, freshly painted throughout and a double carport under the roofline of the home. In a location that can’t be beaten, this property is close to Monash Freeway access, Hallam Train Station, local schools, shops and is minutes away to Westfield Fountain Gate.

14 Narellan Drive Inspect: Saturday, 11.40am - noon Price: $295,000 plus buyers Contact: Liron Selimi, 0425 776 622 LJ HOOKER, HAMPTON PARK, 9702 8388

Only 17 blocks left! 16.14

14.12

SOLD

SOLD

14

14

6572

12.50

13

14

HALL ROAD

30.25 16

14

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3

14

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30

30

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32.58

34.25

2

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16

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11

14

6

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2

529m2

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33.10

16

2.5

12.02

32

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30 16

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32

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32

29.83

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13

30

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9

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652m

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14

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2.5

16

30

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30

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625

30

16

4 4.2

13

16

13

13

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2

3

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27

624

14

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27

SOLD

30

2.5

13

SOLD

30

623

634 SOLD 512m

2

2

420m2 476m2

27

2

32

627 SOLD 448m

2

14

30

613 476m2

633 SOLD 512m

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3

SOLD 420m

SOLD

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2

28 30

2.5

28 16

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15

16

615 SOLD 448m

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16 32

28 16

17

2

32

32

32

16

3

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16

621 SOLD 544m

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29

29

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32

28

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16

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32

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32

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32

32

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32

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14

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610 609 608

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14

611

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573

22.50

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30

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34.99

36.86

14

663

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27

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664

30

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39

33

13

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16

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420m

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14

6682 SOLD 667 SOLD 480m

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6702

30

3

24.72 14.14

ASTERIA CRESCENT

12.40

FUTURE WETLANDS COMING 2014

669

470m2

4.2

7 7.0

36

Sales Office Open 7 days 12 - 5pm 03 5995 3223 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. 1134045-EG20-14


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Live in the heart of your community from $200,000 Stage 10 perfectly located, with everything right at your doorstep! Be part of a community that features; • The future Livingston Village; complete with a primary school, kindergarten and Child Maternal Health Centre • A future sporting precinct including two AFL sized ovals, sports pavilion, netball courts and cricket nets • Close proximity to Cranbourne town centre, Casey RACE, Casey Indoor Sports Centre and Casey Fields To find out more contact Jason Bailes on 03 5998 8560 or drop into our Land Sales and Information Centre, open 11am–5pm 7 days at 7–9 Bathgate Crescent, Cranbourne East

WWW.LIVINGSTONCRANBOURNE.COM.AU Buyers should review the contract carefully, make their own inquiries and obtain independent advice before proceeding. Illustrations and information are indicative only and are believed to be correct at the time of publication. Peet reserves the right to withdraw or alter any lot at any time without notice at its absolute discretion. Other costs and fees are payable, including but not limited to: stamp duty, settlement/registration fees, legal fees, inance costs, site and construction works, engagement of any consultants, approvals and connection for services. Peet Estates (VIC) Pty Ltd 1133450-KC20-14

Dream homes are built at Berwick Waters. Be inspired – take a walk through our expansive new Display Village packed with the latest home designs from Melbourne’s top builders.

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PREMIER LIFESTYLE ON OFFER stone benchtops and a double oven as well as a steam oven that will wow the most ardent My Kitchen Rules fan. The feature flooring adds warmth and style to the space as does the striking stoneclad entertainment wall which incorporates space for a flat screen television, a modern, remote-controlled gas fireplace and abundant built-in storage. The bottom floor also boasts a powder room, laundry and entry to the two-car garage. Upstairs, is the main bathroom, with a huge mirror, bath, frameless shower and floor-to-ceiling tiles and a further three bedrooms. The second-storey media room incorporates double-door access to the balcony. View this 35.5 square home for yourself at Berwick Waters estate, Grices Road, Clyde North, Melway 131 C8. Display home open Saturday through to Wednesday noon until 5pm. Please call 1300 773 643 or 8768 3600.

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MAKE YOUR DREAM COME TRUE CHERRINGTON is the latest land release in the fast growing community of Officer. Just 1.3km from the Officer main street with access just minutes away to the freeway and a new train station 2.3 kilometres down the road, Cherrington places new owners in the heart of a beautiful rural community yet still provides a contemporary urban lifestyle and all just 45 minutes from the Melbourne CBD. The Officer precinct is growing into one of Victoria’s most exciting communities with thoughtful urban design and a healthy work/ life balance. It is home to ROC Football Club and the closest growth corridor to the well-established Berwick area. This means there is a great range of education options for young families all on Cherrington’s doorstep including Officer Primary School, St Brigid’s Catholic Primary School, Maranatha Christian School, Berwick Grammar, Heritage College, Glenvale School Berwick Campus, St Francis Xavier College and Beaconhills primary and secondary schools. There are also childcare facilities and early learning centres. The area also has plenty of shopping opportunities including the Arena Shopping Plaza, Bunnings, Masters, Target and Kmart and shopping centres at Pakenham and Fountain Gate. And don’t forget the brand new Cardinia Shire Council in Officer and a new town centre coming soon. Cherrington has unique land packages that will suit any buyer looking to build their new home whether it

be a first home, down-sizing or a forever home for the expanding family. There are currently 152 lots at Cherrington on offer right now while brand new land releases are expected later this year with Sundew releasing stage one titles in September and Primrose, stage two, coming on line from November. There are lots from 243 to 620 square metres to cover all needs

and stages of life. Cherrington sales consultants are on hand seven days a week from noon to 5pm at 320 Princes Highway, Officer, to assist buyers in every way they can, even recommending finance and conveyancers, to make dreams come true. For more information contact Kassy Howard on 0488 972 717 or 5995 0409.

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SIZE WILL SURPRISE THIS impressive residence, which is surrounded by an acre of established, low maintenance gardens, is sure to impress an astute buyer seeking a property with a country atmosphere with the convenience of Drouin township only a few minutes away. The carefully planned grand four-yearold home was designed with ease of family living in mind and boasts 41.7 squares of living and is a whopping 60 squares under roofline. Entertaining family and friends would be a breeze with three very spacious living areas, including a massive billiard/games room, family room, a large sunroom, which runs along the rear of the home, and a private sheltered alfresco area. All bedrooms are large with the master having a large ensuite and walk-in wardrobe/dressing room as well as built-in wardrobes with mirrored doors.

The kitchen is a delight and has top-ofthe range appliances, a glass splashback, stone benchtops and a butler’s pantry. Added features of this home are the three walk-in storage rooms, four zone natural gas heating, three split system airconditioners, full security system, five TV points, nine foot ceilings, double door front entry and extra wide doorways. The 12.7 sq garage/workshop under roofline has both internal access and remote control doors. The carefully landscaped grounds are both picturesque and low maintenance. Clever engineering and planning have gone in to the very unique irrigation and watering system that can be transferred from town water to recycled water at the flick of a switch.

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BUSINESS SOUTH-EAST

Champion surfer Layne Beachley will be guest speaker at the next CaseyCardinia Business Breakfast on 25 June. 120301

Layne surfs in to speak Some of the participants and trainers who took part in the Skill Women Trade Workshop at Chisholm TAFE in Cranbourne on Monday.

Women get hands-on By BRIDGET COOK WOMEN from across the region got some hands-on experience working with tools to help give them a kickstart in a career in the trades sector. Twelve women took part in the four-hour Skill Women Trade Workshop at Chisholm TAFE in Cranbourne on Monday, which was led by female trade-trainers. Participants learned about safe use of composite saws, jigsaws and impact drivers, as well as handsaws and set squares. They made caddies from timber as a take-home souvenir of their lesson and also heard about career op-

portunities for women in the trades sector. Those involved in the session included an apiarist from Ranceby, a beef farmer from Jindivick, another from Clyde North, a vegetable grower, an interior designer and a potential carpentry apprentice. Agribusiness Gippsland executive officer Sue Webster said women from Korumburra to Wonga Park took park to get to grips with power and hand tools. “Agriculture needs the knowhow of skilled tradespeople both on-farm and in the factory,” she said. “Farmers, plumbers, welders,

pump technicians, refrigeration mechanics, electricians, diesel and automotive experts - they all contribute to the agricultural output of Gippsland. “And there’s no reason why these workers cannot be female.” The group heard about the career paths of the female trainers - all members of the NSW-based group Support and Linking Tradeswomen (SALT). Some of the SALT trainers had come to trades careers post-university, others in the midst of childrearing. Some of the trainers took it on

through an interest in renovation and restoration and others for the lifestyle and independence. Ms Webster said it was a highly successful day, with a number of women asking for follow-up sessions. “The Cranbourne campus of Chisholm offered us free use of its facilities - and having seen the venue, some of the participants now are interested in taking up training there too,” she said. The program was backed by the State Government and supported by the Department of Human Services and Youth Central.

Clues in job hunt By LACHLAN MOORHEAD FINDING work can be tough, especially when you don’t know where to look. But the ‘Where the Jobs Are’ workshop recently held in the City of Casey last month helped to bridge this gap, arming teachers and career advisers with a wealth of information to pass on to their pupils. The Casey workshop, run by the Career Development Association of Australia (CDAA) in conjunction with the Department of Education, took place at the Telstra Business Centre at Fountain Gate and was attended by a range of people keen to investigate the employment options and avenues available throughout the region. CDAA Projects Officer Michele Whall said the workshops started in October last year, with 73 having been delivered to date. “The half-day workshops are designed for career teachers, employment advisers and others, delivering career advice to improve their knowledge and confidence in locating and interpreting quality labour market information and applying this information effectively with clients and

service users,” she said. “(The) workshops discuss employment trends, skills shortages, vacancies, expected growth in national and regional labour markets and other factors that should be considered when making career choices.” The Casey event was attended by representatives from a range of different institutions, including Noble Park English Language School (NPELS), Nossal High School, Killester College and the South East Local Learning and Employment Network. Local support for the workshops has been strong, with more than 2000 people registering to attend workshops across the country. “Early feedback from workshop participants shows that they are using the skills and information gained through the workshop and associated materials really effectively with their clients,” she said. New workshops are being added daily. For more information about locations and registration, visit the CDAA website at cdaa.org.au and follow the links to ‘Where the Jobs Are’.

LAYNE Beachley will surf her way to the Cardinia Cultural Centre next month as the guest speaker for the Casey-Cardinia Business Breakfast. Widely regarded as one of the most successful female surfers in history, the Australian sports champion will provide a morning of entertainment in Pakenham. The only surfer to claim six consecutive world titles, Layne went on to win a seventh in 2006 before retiring from the ASP World Tour two years later. After she spent two decades breaking down gender barriers in her profession, in recent years Beachley has committed herself to making it easier for young women to achieve their goals and established the Layne Beachley Aim For The Stars Foundation. Beachley will visit the Cardinia Cultural Centre on Wednesday 25 June from 7am until 9am, with registrations closing at 6.45am. The cost is $50 per person or $7000 for table sponsorship - includes breakfast, tea and coffee upon arrival. To register, please visit www.trybooking. com/52316 or contact Raylene Wilson on 9705 5200 or at rewilson@casey.vic.gov.au.

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Ralph Snider (CDAA), Jennifer Ebdon-Hope (SELLEN) and SELLEN CEO Andrew Simmons at the Where The Jobs Are workshop in Casey. Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS

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FREIGHT links projects will deliver a boost to business in the south east, Ports Minister David Hodgett said last week. The 2014-’15 State Budget included up to $9.1 billion to improve port connections and take trucks off local roads. Mr Hodgett said the budget provided $58 million, including a $38 million Commonwealth co-contribution, to establish Port Rail Shuttle services, developed in partnership with the private sector. “Which will improve the efficiency of containerised freight transport throughout Melbourne by connecting the port to major outer suburban freight hubs by rail,” he said. “The project will be based around the development of an efficient, dedicated rail terminal at the port connected to a system of private intermodal terminals within existing freight precincts at Somerton, Altona and Dandenong South.” Roads Minister Terry Mulder said the freight investment package included funding to build Victoria’s rail freight network as well as critical road connections, including the East West Link. “The full East West Link will dramatically improve connectivity across Melbourne, provide more direct routes to key destinations, including the port, the airport and the city, alleviating pressure on the Monash-West Gate corridor,” he said. Will this cash boost your business? Email journal@starnewsgroup.com.au or visit www.facebook.com/DandenongJournal to have your say.


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Fresh produce, autumn glory THE location of Berwick Farmers’ Market, which will be held on Saturday 24 May, is particularly attractive with the trees coloured in their autumn leafy glory. The lawns and the play castle are a delight for children and families. There is ample free parking and entrance is by a coin donation. The organisers are keen to continue with their goal to add more stallholders, offering a range of over 40 different mixes of products, from their outstanding producers. It is all there for you. A huge range of fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices are available at the market. These products come direct from the farm to the market. Let your family enjoy the taste of freshly harvested farm produce. Autumn is the time for hearty meals, and the market offers everything you need to make hot dishes, tasty casseroles and warming soups. On offer is the best quality fresh vegetables with selections of delicious chicken, beef, fish, organic pork, porterhouse, schnitzel, sausages and gourmet

Berwick Farmers’ Market is at The Old Cheese Factory on Saturday 24 May. 120383 pies, which will delight the whole family. Tempting varieties of cheeses, oils, herbs, fruit juices and breads are all available at the market. A wide selection of quality beer and wine is also on sale. These high quality products offer shoppers great value for money. A barbecue lunch with a hot coffee and great music from the jazz band will complement your happy market visit.

Customers could get good buys from the regular stallholders, who offer their wide range farm fresh products. Added to these attractions is the genuine opportunity to get outstanding quality at a fair price. Rotary Club of Berwick Farmers’ Market is at The Old Cheese Factory, 34 Homestead Road, Berwick on Saturday 24 May 2014, 8am to 12.30pm. Inquiries to Joe Collins: jco33418@ bigpond.net.au

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ST JOHN’s Cranbourne has invited the community to join them for a night out packed with comedy, entertainment and reflection of faith outside a church setting. As part of the churches’ 150th anniversary celebrations, the church will host three comedy club type nights named Calling Cranbourne on Thursday 22 Friday 23 and Saturday 24 May. The events are free and will include performances by live singers Greg Jones, Chris Newman and Peter York, complimentary drinks and nibbles, stand-up comedy, some brief stories about faith and life from locals and a short reflection by guest preacher Dave Fuller. Vicar David Powys encouraged the community to come along to the informal nights, where Mr Fuller will talk about a range of topics including God, sex, meaning and money. “Coming won’t be like going to church,” he said. “Dave Fuller features on signs up round Cranbourne. “He rides a Harley, belongs to God’s Squad, knows about Aussies and speaks plain and true. “You won’t be sitting in lines and asked to sing. “You’ll be around tables, chatting and enjoying yourself - taking an opportunity to think again about whether you should make more space for God in your life and your future.”

Preacher Dave Fuller will talk at the Calling Cranbourne events this month. Rev Powys said the nights would be informal and an opportunity for people to consider making more time for God in their lives. “There are no prizes for guessing which religion is under greatest attack in Australia,” he said. “Christianity is copping it from every direction, sometimes for good reason, but not always.” The events will start at 7pm at BJ’s Café, 27 Childers Street, Cranbourne. For more information call 5995 9364.

Margaret’s set to entertain ENTERTAINER Margaret Dennis will sing and dance her way into the hearts the audience in Hampton Park this month. The Hampton Park Library is hosting a free music event on Saturday 31 May for the community to enjoy. All-round entertainer and cabaret performer Margaret will be the star of the show, singing songs from Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, Connie Francis and Doris Day. She will also perform a number of musical hits from the war years and Hollywood musicals. The free event, supported by The Friends of Hampton Park Library, will take place between 2pm and 3.15pm at the library located along Stuart Avenue, Hampton Park.

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Focus on the jab

Tangible love shown By BRIDGET COOK CHILDREN from Rangebank Preschool treated their mums early in the lead-up to Mother’s Day last week. The preschool held a special Mother’s Day event on Wednesday, where a significant woman in each child’s life came in for a fun day of activities together. Director Barbara Ryan said a great day was had by all and the children loved having their mums join them in the classroom.

“They engaged in a handprint activity together, along with enjoying the sensorial experience of cloud dough and decorating their mums with handmade necklaces they threaded together,” she said. “They also enjoyed making and eating fairy bread together. “The children also made scones for the occasion which they presented to the mums on arrival. “A photo of each child and mum was also taken to remember the occasion.”

Beau shows his appreciation for his mother Amanda Patterson.

Ava and her mum Jacinta Cachia make hand print art together.

Shaya enjoyed having her mum Mathanee Rajah in the classroom for the day. Pictures: ROB CAREW

YOUNG people across Casey have been encouraged to get their cameras rolling and enter the council’s ‘Vaccinate’ short film competition. Young people living in or enrolled in schools in Casey can enter the City of Casey’s competition by submitting a short film which encourages awareness about the importance of vaccinations. City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett said the competition built on the council’s commitment to work with schools in Casey to raise awareness and understanding among young people of the importance of vaccinations in protecting themselves and their community. “Casey experiences lower levels of youth vaccinations in comparison to the south east metro and Victorian regions, putting our young people at greater risk of contracting vaccine-preventable diseases,” he said. “Through the competition, we hope to increase the understanding among young people on how important vaccinations are. “This unique film competition gives young people in Casey the opportunity to not only explore their love of filmmaking, but to also create awareness about the health of young people in their community. The winning entrant will receive $1000, as well as the opportunity to work with Filmtime Media to professionally re-shoot their film and provide one-on-one tuition. A second prize, People’s Choice Award, of $500 is also available for the entry with the most ‘likes’ from members of the public. Entries for the competition close at 5pm on Monday 30 June, and the winner will be announced on International Youth Day in August. For details about the competition and how to enter visit www.caseyconversations.com.au/vaccinate.

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OVEN REPAIRS WE’LL FIX ANY ELECTRIC OVEN

1122766-LB10-14

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C886470-JM3-11

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REC 19826

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C754315-SJ1-10

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V Clea i g Services

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9796 2966

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Interior Presentations

1047306-KG34-12

local business for 10 yrs +

1122952-LB10-14

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C1092679-JO39-13

also rental exits & presentation for sale

1125748-RC12-14

domestic cleaning weekly / fortnightly

V Fe ci g & Gates

31331pa

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Trades & Services V Garde Services

V Kitche s

Affordable Lawn Care ฀฀ ฀฀ ฀

0412 301 596 ฀

LEIGH HUNTER REMOVALS

www.scarletkitchens.com.au

Window Replacements, Mirrors, Splashbacks, Pool Fencing, Shopfronts and Doggy Doors Prompt and Reliable.

0402 746 624

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1129081-HM15-14

BERWICK • Lawn mowing • Garden/Home Maintenance • Yard Clean Ups

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Ph Steve 0419 302 447

C179940-PJ10-13

■ General glazing ■ Mirrors & glass cut to size ■ Shower screen repairs

Primo Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations Benchtop replacement specialists, specilialising in:

฀ Phone 9791 8184 27 Riverview Crescent Eumemmerring.

C1080938-PJ30-13

G.W.P LANDSCAPES New Gardens / Makeovers Paving Retaining Walls Irrigation Maintenance

Homes, Businesses, Off ices, Insurance Work

RETAINING WALLS

SN1080741-PJ27-13

Specialising in block and sleeper retaining walls, Lawns levelled and sown, Instant turf laid, Sprinklers, Plants, Paving, etc.

C1103673-JL49-13

Mobile

ON AUTO OPENERS AND GARAGE DOORS

Berwick Glass & Glazing Pty Ltd Fax 9705 7955 Factory 7, 4–6 Len Thomas Place, Narre Warren 3805

SALES, SERVICE & REPAIRS

• Alterations, Renovations & Improvements • Windows - Doors - Locks (Repair/Replace) • Painting - Plastering - Tiling - Roofing and Guttering (leaks)

SERVICES C1103749-KC49-13

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0437 210 929

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DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL AUTOMOTIVE

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Anything you need a bloke to do around the house

Pat Ferguson 0417 277 220

LAWN MOWING CARE

Call Andy: 0403 060 762

AROUND THE HOUSE HOME MAINTENANCE

Heating / Evaporative Cooling service and repairs

PEA-JAY’s

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Complete Garden Care ฀

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Call Al 0401 538 111

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M A IN T EN A NC E HANDYMAN SERVICES

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MIKE 0415 524 280 0415 www.mrlockandkeys.com.au

Lic- 21795

V Pai ters/Decorators

MJ AIRCONDITIONING & HEATING Lic: 43191

ARCtick: L047621

Installation, Service & Repairs All brands

Tony 0411 966 361 8790 5551

1120237-RC08-14

C765699-JM8-10

GADSHOME

For all your Lawn & Garden needs

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V Ha dy Perso s

V Garde Services

Fully Insured

Plantopia Garden Design & Construction Qualified Horticulturist

• Free Measure & Quotes • Fast Glass Replacements • Splashbacks • Mirrors • Table Tops • Pet Doors

0413 023 405

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9705 7911

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Free quote on roller doors, panel doors, remote controls. Will beat any genuine quote.

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Call Blake on 0439 865 590

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0414 479 569

Gary Plunkett

9548 3000 or 0418 881 551

C954103-JL32-11

9796 2333

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“If you grow it - i’ll cut it”

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for an obligation free quote

PHONE FOR OBLIGATION FREE QUOTATION

9707 5700, 9768 9153

Custom Line KITCHENS

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C1032635-JM22-12

C1033134-JJ22-12

C62885-BG24-8

AND STORAGE

3 Intrepid St

Matthew 0421 332 250

V Glass/Glazi g

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Real Estate

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

www.pakenhamcommunitymarket.com.au V Garage Sales

V Domestic

YOUR SPECIALISTS In Hair, Massage & Beauty

Ellagant Pooches

The Exclusive Studio where you will be treated like Royalty! Call Transformations NOW!

CALL 0433 133 351

IRONING

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

STEEL SHIPPING CONTAINERS

DEVON MEADOWS, 25 Browns Road, Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th May, 9am-3pm. Moving sale, tools, outdoor setting, bric-a-brac, books, electrical items, garden bench, plants and more.

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

HALLAM, 5 Lynne Court, Saturday 17th May, 8:30am-4pm. Art deco dining setting and more.

V Garden /Outdoor

Visited

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

B E R W I C K

Ph: 9769 9252

SPECIAL 3

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

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

5941 5790

TOP SOIL Screened, best quality, blended, suitable lawns and garden beds. C997259-JL2-12

CLAIRE'S HOME CLEANING, References available. Call 9796 3187. CLEANING SERVICES Alison's Home and Commercial Cleaning Service. Ironing and general cleaning. Phone 0423 761 938.

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

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

Delivered in 10 metre loads

$35 Metre Pakenham, Berwick

$37 metre

Narre Warren, Cranbourne • Garden Pebbles • Mulch • Sleepers

V Domestic

GUITAR OR UKE LESSONS

MUSIC LESSONS

MULCH

Phone 5945 0600

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

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

V Hay & Silage HAY, top quality small squares, $8 any number, Beaconsfield Upper. 5942 7021.

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

V Natural Remedies /Healing

mindbodylife Hypnotherapy Will change your life!!!

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

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

NEED TO SELL? Investor looking for houses in local area. Call Dave 0428 678 489.

V Computers

V To Share

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

Computer

N T AT VES

BEACONSFIELD, furn or unfurn room available, $150 pw, all bills included, in large fully furn home, close to transport and amenities. 9707 3116 or 0425 777 358.

9 NAPIER WAY

Serving the southeast since 1990

BEAUTIFUL BERWICK SPRINGS ESTATE

27 Intrepid St, Berwick

Ph 1300 85 39 39

ALL HOURS

5941 2516

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

V Houses & Units For Sale

Phone 0403 904 394

cats@pakenhamcats.com.au

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!!

Rental Per Week: $410 Date Available: Now Bond: $1777

BEACONSFIELD, vacancy, share large house on property with 2 males, plenty of parking $200.00pw includes bills, garden and clean. 9769 9127. CRANBOURNE, 1 large BR, $170pw, all facilities avail, all bills + Foxtel included, must be working, bond and refs required. Phone 0407 527 036.

ONSITE REPAIRS

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

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

V Computer Repairs

themusiccentreberwick.com.au

Mulch & Screened Top Soil Cardinia Waste & Recyclers are overstocked

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

All Ages & levels Welcome ENROL NOW!

For all your Bookkeeping needs, Registered BAS Agent. Over 30 years experience. Reasonable Rates.

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

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guitar - piano - keyboard bass - drums

HOT DOGS GROOMING SALON

The Music Centre

1126716-PB13-14

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NARRE WARREN SOUTH, 34 Taggerty Cres, Sat 17th May, 8am-2pm. Bargains, moving interstate, furniture paintings, bric-a-brac, fridge.

MUSIC LESSONS C1099842-JL44-13

V For Hire

Phone: 5941 4578

1115925-RMB04-14

9703 1616 0439 656 044

V Music /Instruments

C1085644-KK32-13

1300 666 808

Call Julie C1104058-BM02-14

The pack includes ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ sale a success

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

C784346-SH17-10

GRAB A GARAGE SALE SIGN PACK ONLY $10.00!

Shop 4-5,162 Main Street, Pakenham

C1033511-KK22-12

Having a Garage Sale

Professional Dog Grooming 40 years' experience Poodle and all breed specialists Care & kindness guaranteed

C542458-KK26-7

THIS SUNDAY 18 MAY 8AM-1PM 100 PLUS STALLS!! $20 a stall. TH

1135204-RC20-14

3rd Sunday of Month,

PAKENHAM, nice 3BR BV house on approx 600m2 block, renovated kitchen, new floors and lounge. $310,000ono. For more information call owner: 8774 1118.

1135044-HM20-14

DOG MINDING SERVICE, lots of love, care and attention. 0419 535 960, 5942 7458, 0417 427 457.

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

RENTAL OF THE WEEK

EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER

Virus/spyware removal, networking/internet sharing. Professional reliable techs. 9799-8884.

NARRE WARREN, one room available, $140pw, plus bond, for working person, includes bills. Close to Fountain Gate and train station. Phone: 8794 9843, 0474 158 804. PAKENHAM Room to rent, $160pw incl bills and house cleaner. Own toilet/ bathroom. Phone 0419 524 881.

Alex Scott and Staff, Berwick 9707 2000 V Storage

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

Buy, Rent & Sell in our

Real Estate

section of Network Classifieds.

0447 642 643

Find it in the

ABBOTT SELF STORAGE Brick storage units in 6 different sizes ACCESSIBLE 7 DAYS. LIVE-IN SECURITY Cartons, plastic covers for sale 22 Abbott Road, Hallam Phone 9703 1933

C572426-TG41-7

(Pakenham Community Market)

CHERYLS GROOMING Small breeds. 5996 5272.

V For Sale (Real Estate)

Trades & Services section of Network Classifieds.

9702 1642

Real Estate

V Business Opportunities

V To Let

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

CALL US NOW!! Good tenants waiting

C1102930-JL47-13

Employment

9707-2000 24 hours 49 High Street, Berwick

V Positions Vacant

STABLEHANDS REQUIRED

AVON Earn Extra Cash ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

Phone Bev 0411 334 415

฀ 1128491-LB14-14

ADVERTISERS, in this section are qualified practitioners and offer non-sexual services.

V To Let

V Taxation /Accounting

C1082052-JL28-13

SUNDAY MARKET

V Pets & Services

C686565-JM4-9

V Massage Therapists

C1065437-KG48-12

V Garage Sales

V Education & Tuition EXPERT TUITION, In your home, most subjects, Grade 1 to year 12, most suburbs. Ph: 9013 6725. TUTOR, Maths and English. Primary to year 10. Experienced, teacher. 0438 589 063.

1134852-HM20-14

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Thoroughbred Racing Stables – Pakenham South Must be physically fit & reliable NO LAZY PEOPLE NEED APPLY Call: Mel/Fiona - Booralite Park Phone: 5942 6189 between 9am-12am Monday-Friday or email booracc@bigpond.com

DRIVER WANTED

Tipper Truck & Dog Experience preferred. HC licence required.

Real Estate section of Network Classifieds.

Phone Garry: 0409 520 300 or 5629-2549. 1060691-KG46-12


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Employment V Medical/Nursing

V Positions Vacant

DRIVER

EARLY MORNING DELIVERY DRIVER

Family Care Clinic, Cranbourne is an established practice and has joined the Medical & Aged Care Group. Our 7 day clinic is open: Monday – Friday 9am – 7pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am – 2pm We are currently recruiting two part time positions Practice Manager - Hours are negotiable 3-4 days per week Practice Nurse RN (Div 1) - 25 Hours per week Both positions must be experienced in Medical Practice The successful applicant will require: ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ (Manager Position) ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ Management plans, Triage and Recall procedures (Nursing position) ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ numbers, and procedures ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ To apply please forward a cover letter and resume to: Melissa Van Rennes, Regional Manager: mvanrennes@maacg.com.au Closing Date: Thursday 29 May 2014

Own vehicle required. Please call Narre Warren Newsagency:

9704-6495 First Year APPRENTICE Junior Motor Mechanic required to work on tractors, small earth moving and lawn equipment. Phone Paul 9791 6414.

HAIRDRESSERS

V Positions Vacant

APPRENTICE ROOF TILERS Required for South East Suburbs with well established roof tiling company. Must have own transport, ie; Driver’s licence. Will learn all aspects of roof tiling. Good conditions and above award wages. Pakenham based.

An opportunity is now available and we seek a full time employee for our Property Management department in our Pakenham Office. The individual required will have: ฀

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Phone 0413 993 258

APPRENTICE CARPENTER

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1st or 2nd year positions available. Must have pre apprenticeship and licence. Immediate start. Please phone: 9796 8054 or 0410 034 305.

We will provide full training and support for the right applicant. If you seek this long term and rewarding position in Real Estate via email steveh@gerardcollins.com.au or post P.O. Box 179, Pakenham 3810. All applications treated in strictest confidence.

APPRENTICE PANEL BEATER & APPRENTICE SPRAY PAINTER 1135100-HM20-14

Applications close Wednesday 21st May, 2014

Required at Berwick Motor Body Repairs. Please send cover letter and resume to: noelbmbr@bigpond.net.au

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

EXPERIENCED SALES CONSULTANT AWARD WINNING BERWICK BOUTIQUE AGENCY WITH FIRST CLASS CULTURE!!

CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT Required for growing Logistics Company. Team orientated environment. Demanding, fast paced role. In/Out bound phone calls. Customer service focus. Dealing with complaints resolution. Ability to deal with various customers and queries. Administration and computer skills essential. Email your resume to kylie.young@asixa.com.au

required. Full time work in Dandenong area. Please forward resumes to: enquiries@mongelli. com.au or call 9794 0990

ROOF TILER Apprentice or Qualified Roof Tile required. Must be reliable and hardworking. Above award wages apply. Manual licence preferred. Call 0418 992 890. Pakenham based.

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

SHORT ORDER COOK Gourmet cafe, Berwick area, docket reading, breakfast and lunch, speak and read fluent english. Daytime 20-30 hrs. 0409 334 447.

TIP TRUCK DRIVER Required for work in SE suburbs. Must have tipper experience and minimum HR licence. Call Steve in Transport on 9705 0222 or email your resume to streetworks@streetworks.com.au

V Resumes /Employment Services

SACKED? Forced to resign Redundancy

Just Relations Unfair Dismissal No Win - No Fee

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

Diesel Mechanic QUALIFIED. To work on agricultural machinery. Experience in Massey Ferguson and Fendt tractors preferred. Paul 9791 6414.

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If you’re stuck in an office that has more shortcomings than market share, or being prevented from achieving all that you could, here’s an opportunity to make a serious impact on the local property market! Are you looking for a motivating environment and extensive opportunities for training, personal development and financial reward? We are offering the opportunity for an experienced sales specialist to put the spark back into their career. We can offer you a dynamic, supportive and positive team environment, where excellence is encouraged and the culture is second to none! In return you will have… ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀฀฀ ฀ If you’ve seen the rest but want to join the best, now is the time to make the move. For a totally confidential discussion on the opportunities available Contact Kristen Turner on 9707 5300 or email kristent@chrispeake.com.au

Casual chicken technicians required for ongoing work. Training available, must be willing to travel. ABN and driver’s licence required

Call 0410 544 526

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Real Estate Assistant Property Manager

CAFÉ STAFF

Find local work in the

Employment 1133047-LB19-14

OZ TENPIN NARRE WARREN are seeking customer focused people able to work weekends and nights shifts. RSA essential and must enjoy working in a team orientated environment. Forward resume to: The Manager, Oz Tenpin Narre Warren 14-22 Lauderdale Rd, Narre Warren, VIC 3805

Get away from the winter chill WINTER is setting in and thought are turning to warmer climates and taking a break from the everyday. Hello World Cranbourne can help according to managing director Cherie Brzozowski with all domestic and international travel needs. “We have lots of experience and we’re locals,” Cherie said. “We offer professional and personalised service for all your travel needs.”

Experience is the word at Hello World Cranbourne with the staff having a combined more than 60 years in the travel industry. The office itself has been established for almost 20 years while Cherie has been in the industry for 15 years. The friendly team include Melissa and Angela who are there full-time to help while Natalina, Mandy, Michelle and Danielle all work part-time.

Holiday makers can come in and talk to them about travel needs and find out about their Canada and Alaska information night in June. Hello World Cranbourne can be found at Shop 19, Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre, and is open Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5.30pm, Friday from 9am to 7pm and Saturday 9am to 3pm. Phone 5995 1488.

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

1133654-LB19-14

V Positions Vacant

1080110-KG10-13

Casual position appoximately 12hrs per week delivering to school canteens. Applicants need a good knowledge of Melbourne and a manual licence is required. Please apply to: Tracie@summitcanteen.com.au

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Ease away those aches and pains FOR those who are suffering from neck pain and headaches, who wake up feeling stiff and sore, have got pregnancy related pain, are preparing for upcoming football or netball games, have suffered from low back pain for years or have a baby who is unsettled and is not sleeping, then osteopathy may be the solution. Osteopathy is a hands-on form of manual therapy that focuses on the whole body. Osteopaths treat the joints, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue of the body through soft tissue massage, stretching, joint articulation and manipulation. They believe that the structure and function of the body are closely aligned and by having osteopathic treatment, not only does the musculoskeletal system benefit but so do does other systems such as the digestive system. The osteopaths at Berwick Family Osteopathy and Spinal Clinic take a holistic approach to osteopathic treatment by combining this with their clinical Pilates and trigger point dry needling training. BFOSC is excited to announce that osteopath Dr Martin Ojea has joined the team of

Dr Lauren Collins and Dr Martin Ojea at Woodleigh Waters Medical Clinic. 120346

experienced osteopaths which includes Dr Lauren Collins, Dr Alicia Cannon (nee Mynott), Dr Claire Richardson and Dr Samuel Wilmann. Martin is a passionate, results driven and caring osteopath. While completing his studies, Martin worked as a remedial massage therapist for a sports medicine clinic and also for the Melbourne Tigers Basketball Club (NBL). After spending valuable time at both ventures, Martin has gained experience and invaluable knowledge on the treatment of common soft tissue and sporting injuries. Aside from his enthusiasm in the sporting world, Martin also has a special interest in treating headaches and lower

back pain, especially those aches that have lingered for a while. Martin utilises a range of manual and physical therapy techniques which are individually and specifically tailored to each person’s needs. It is time for those who are suffering from aches and pains, such as headaches, back, arthritic or sciatic pain, sports injuries or pregnancy related pain to come and see the osteopaths at BFOSC. They look after the needs and health of the whole family. They are located in Woodleigh Waters Medical Clinic, 137 Moondarra Drive, Berwick. Call 9702 0094 for an appointment.

Weight loss fighting fit CONTOURS client Marushka Vytopil tells of her weight loss journey with Contours. “In May 2011 I had had enough of being overweight. I didn’t like what I saw every time I looked in the mirror, I was miserable and unhappy. “Day in, day out, I would wear the same sort of baggy clothes. “I didn’t like going clothes shopping because I knew I wouldn’t look good in anything. “I also dreaded going out to functions, I didn’t feel comfortable, and always thought to myself that I’m the biggest person there. “In May 2011 I made a decision to join a weight support group to help me lose weight. “I weighed in at 111.6 kilograms! I knew I had to change what I was eating to lose weight and within a few weeks the weight started dropping off thanks to my new eating habits. “By August 2011 I had lost 16kg but wanted to boost my weight loss so joined Contours ladies gym and haven’t looked back. “I began training at Con-

Left: Marushka Vytopil before... Right: ...and after

tours a minimum of three times a week and found great support. “I also started to become an inspiration to others and this helped push me to reach my goal of 70kgs within a year. “I ended up at 66.3kgs, so a total weight loss of 45.3kgs! “I have now maintained my weight for nearly two years with no looking back! “These days I’m constantly at the gym, even seven days a week most weeks, and maintaining ‘healthy’ eating habits. “Never thought I would love the gym so much but going to Contours has changed my life. “At times a few kilos can creep back on but with my food in check and my gym workouts, I’m continually inspired.

“Maintaining weight loss needs accountability and Contours keeps a watch with monthly weigh and measures. “To keep on track, I have also participated in Contours weight loss challenges, which has helped boost my motivation and keep me in shape! “Over the past two years I have met some amazing women at the gym. “They were just like me, needed to lose weight, and we now enjoy exercising together. “You too, can be like me, who is loving life now!” For more information on weight loss and exercise programs, contact Contours Narre Warren South on 8794 9670.


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Inspiring a cover of fame By BRIDGET COOK THE theme for the cover of this year’s White and Yellow Pages was ‘Inspiring Others to Achieve’ and that is exactly what Alan Lachman has been working towards for more than four years. That is why the Pearcedale father has been chosen to grace the cover of the Cranbourne Pakenham book, which has started to be distributed across Casey. The theme aimed to recognise the unsung heroes who selflessly help others achieve goals and are an inspiration to their local community. Mr Lachman is helping blind and vision-impaired kids get the best start in life, with the establishment of the Insight Education Centre for the Blind and Vision Impaired in Berwick. He moved to Melbourne from Italy in 2007, with his wife and three daughters, so his youngest daughter Francesca could attend the Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind (RVIB). Just one year later, the school announced it was closing, leaving no specialised school for the blind and vision impaired in Victoria. This led Mr Lachman to take matters into his own hands and opened the Insight Education Centre in 2012. The following year, he opened a school and established a life education program for the vision impaired, offering a comprehensive curriculum in communication, independent living and social interaction. A permanent Insight Education Centre opened at Monash University, Berwick, last month, while satellite and mobile classrooms will make the program accessible to people across Victoria.

Mr Lachman said it was great to help children get the best start in life. “It’s great to see students getting involved and gaining the independence and skills they need to move into mainstream education,” he said. White Pages product manager Sarah Simpson said this year’s White and Yellow Pages covers would celebrate humble community members who don’t always get the recognition they deserve.

“There are thousands of Australians going the extra mile to help other people succeed and never ask for thanks or recognition,” she said. “We wanted to honour these local legends who sometimes hide in the shadows and elevate them to a place where everyone can celebrate them. “This year we are thrilled to recognise Alan’s efforts inspiring his community.”

Pearcedale’s Alan Lachman, pictured with his daughter Francesca, has been chosen to grace the cover of this year’s local White and Yellow Pages. Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

Girls push for women’s health By BRIDGET COOK THE Cranbourne Lions Club has lent a helping hand to two young girls who are working towards improving women’s health. Tori Golding and Alisha Austin approached the Cranbourne club about using their bank account to fund-raise for The Jean Hailes Foundation for Women’s Health. The club agreed to assist, and last month the girls visited a Cranbourne Lions Club meeting to present a cheque to the Jean Hailes Foundation di-

rector Janet Michelmore. Ian Gration, from the Cranbourne Lions Club, said they were happy to assist the girls to make a difference. “The amount raised by Tori and Alisha was $1228, which was held in trust by the lions club and handed over to the Jean Hailes Foundation at a Lions’ dinner,” he said. “Both Tori and Alisha suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome and endometriosis. “Both girls have a great outlook on life but suffer from constant chronic abdominal pain.

“The Jean Hailes Foundation, in conjunction with Monash Hospital, are studying the effects and looking for a cure to both these ailments. “Most of the fund-raising was done by the girls, by doing a 5km walkathon on the peninsula. Mr Gration said the two girls had already started fundraising for next year, with the Lions Club set to donate their raffle proceeds for the cause. There is a planned Bunnings sausage sizzle, walkathons and a major fund-raising event in Cranbourne. BBRC chief executive Darren Holland presents a cheque to Associate Professors Georgina Long and Jonathon Stretch from Melanoma Institute Australia.

Cakes raise cash for cancer

From left, Jean Hailes Foundation director Janet Michelmore, Tori Golding, Alisha Austin and Cranbourne Lions Club president Ron Vosper.

CRANBOURNE Homemaker Centre helped raise more than $16,000 for Melanoma Institute Australia with a simple cupcake initiative recently. In March, the centre joined forces with Melanoma Institute Australia for a national fundraising campaign called ‘Bake, Don’t Sunbake’. The one-day event was held at 11 BB Retail Capital (BBRC) homemaker centres, across Australia. On Wednesday 23 April, BBRC chief executive Darren Holland presented Melanoma Institute Australia with a cheque for more than $16,000. The money will go towards helping to fund a world-leading clinical trial for patients with

brain metastases, led by researcher Associate Professor Georgina Long. The initiative also generated exposure and awareness of melanoma and helped spread the message that early detection saves lives. Cranbourne Homemaker Centre manager Kate Parkinson said locals threw their support behind the event. “It was exciting to partner with Melanoma Institute Australia, seeing our customers come down and support the cause by buying a cupcake and decorating it,” she said. “Cranbourne residents were amazing with their generous support with this fund-raising event, raising close to $1000.

That’s a lot of cupcakes.” Melanoma Institute Australia general manager Nicola Ware said the campaign was about raising the much-needed funds to support vital research into the devastating disease and expand the reach of their message of early detection, sun safety and annual skin checks. “Australia has the highest incidence of melanoma in the world and is often referred to as ‘Australia’s national cancer’ with more than 12,500 new cases diagnosed each year and the most common cancer in young Australians aged 15 to 39 years,” she said. “Over 90 per cent of melanomas can be cured, if detected and treated early enough.”


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Drmic shooting to join the Boomers By JARROD POTTER ANTHONY Drmic will don the green and gold in training this month as he vies for a place in the Australian Boomers world championships team. Boomers coach Andrej Lemanis has brought the guard/forward into the 14-man Australian Boomers training camp squad and Drmic, 22, from Endeavour Hills, is keen to get back on court and put behind him a stress fracture that derailed his NCAA season with Boise State. “I found out about a month ago and have been pretty excited since,” Drmic said. “I have been recovering from a stress fracture injury to my right foot and am pretty much healed and ready to go.” “Honestly, I was a little disappointed with my year (at Boise), although my stats individually looked OK, I was plagued with injuries and didn’t perform as well as I wanted to in the second half of the season.” The training camp is the precursor to the upcoming Aus-Sino Challenge - where the Boomers face China - and Drmic wants to earn his colours and make a mark on the coaching panel to give him another chance at the international level. “I have yet to play in the series and am pretty excited,” Drmic said. “Each year, it has become better and got more of a following from people back home.

Karly Tapner, playing on Anzac Day against Vic Country, was named All Australian for the National Youth Girls’ championships. 119332 Picture: JARROD POTTER

Anthony Drmic, pictured playing college basketball for Boise State University, has been selected for the Australian Boomers training camp this month in Perth. 112912 Picture: BOISE STATE MEDIA RELATIONS “I’m just excited to put on the green and gold again after taking a break from it last year.” Making the world championships would be a dream come true for Drmic, but he knows the challenge ahead will be difficult to make that select squad. “This is my goal,” Drmic said.

“It will be extremely hard to make the actual team, but if I come into the camps with a positive attitude and perform well, you never know what can happen.” Drmic confirmed he will finish his basketball collegiate career with Boise State, then look towards the professional ranks.

“I’ll be completing my senior year at Boise State and will then explore my professional options, whether that be the NBA, overseas, or even back home in Australia,” Drmic said. Drmic was thrilled to trial for the upcoming Aus-Sino Challenge, which starts on 29 May at Challenge Stadium, Perth.

Bowling them all over

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NATIONAL and State Champion in indoor bowls at a young age is a fantastic achievement for Keysborough Bowls Club’s Tiffany Brodie. Brodie, 15, from Hallam, is a three-time under-18 indoor Victorian bowls champion and won her first national championship last year. “I started playing indoor for five years and this year is my first outside,” Brodie said. “Mum (Karen) has been playing for 18 years and got me into it. “David Pratt from Keysborough saw me playing indoor at the club and told me to give outdoor a try and I’m really enjoying it... I love it.” On her fourth try for an indoor national championship Brodie almost swept the field winning sevenof-nine matches to clinch the title. “Fourth year playing in the nationals when I won it,” Brodie said. “It was very challenging - we played nine games over the week and I won seven, had one draw and lost one... by one. “I was lucky enough to finish on top and won the gold.” Her achievements with Keysborough were staggering this season

as she won the club outdoor twobowl’s singles, ladies’ pairs, ladies’ triples and minor singles. She is also a hard-edged midfielder for Hallam Hawks Youth Girls football team and loves getting contested possessions through the centre. Her achievements are extraordinary enough, but Brodie is also profoundly deaf and believes her disability has made her strive to become better. “Just because I have a disability of being deaf, it doesn’t stop me from doing the things I love,” Brodie said. “If anything it has made me work harder. “It doesn’t stop me and no one should let deafness hold you back if you want something, go and get it and anything is possible if you set your mind to it.” The next challenge for Brodie is the indoor national championships held in August before try-outs for the outdoor state Victorian team. “I’m trying out for the state team next month and if I get in that I’ll hopefully play in the Australian team in the future for outdoor bowls,” Brodie said.

All Australian Karly Tapner By JARROD POTTER BOWING out of Youth Girls state football on a high note last week in Canberra was Beaconsfield footballer Karly Tapner. Tapner, 17, from Cranbourne, was named in a back pocket for the Youth Girls National Championship’s All Australian team to cap off her Youth Girls’ state duties. “It was an awesome week,” Tapner said. “I think we had a really young team and it was all about getting experience into the younger girls for the future and us older girls tried to keep going and bringing them with us which was good.” All Australian honours were meaningful for Tapner, but she would have loved a national championship to cap off her Youth Girls’ representative career as Victoria Metro was undone at the last hurdle by 25 points against Western Australia. “All Australian is a pretty decent honour to get - all the hard work paid off - but it would’ve been better to win the cup with the girls though,” Tapner said. “I think you work hard as a team to help each other push through so I would have much rathered the team accolade than the individual.” The raised standard of other teams - especially eventual national champions Western Australia - impressed Tapner and she thought it was positive the rest of the states are now in a position to challenge Victoria. Tapner will look back on her time in the championships fondly - with the national wins over the last few years - and seeing younger team mates like Georgia Gee rise through the ranks and carry on. She wanted to thank her team mates and the coaching staff for their support throughout her time as a Victorian Youth Girls’ representative. “Sharing moments with Chyloe (Kurdas) and Alicia Eva,”Tapner said. “The coaching staff sticks by you the whole way and without them I wouldn’t be the player and the leader I am right now.”

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Double up in the pink for Cavaliers’ valiant victory By JARROD POTTER

South East Juniors Umpiring Academy members Jarryd and Jarrod (front) practice their Picture: DONNA OATES signals with Tayla, Bryce and Harry. 119471

Umpire skills sharpened up By RUSSELL BENNETT CRANBOURNE North’s Alkira Secondary College is playing its role in ensuring footy stays healthy long into the future, becoming the home base for the South East Juniors Umpiring Academy. The first training session was held in late March, with the program running until late next month. The academy is the result of a collaboration between AFL Victoria, South East Juniors and Alkira and could already be fostering the talents of future AFL grand final umpires. Students attend weekly training sessions after school at the Alkira campus, with the program complementing the already highly-successful Alkira

Sports Academy. The South East Juniors Umpiring Academy is the 11th of its kind across metropolitan Melbourne. The first was started in 2009 with a view to increasing umpiring participation in youngsters between the ages of 12 and 16. Alkira’s health and physical education curriculum leader Matthew Roberts said the umpiring academy based at the school “had already started to have a positive impact on the participants’ confidence levels, communication and leadership skills”. “Some students from the umpiring academy are already starting to contribute to other extra-curricular activities, including umpiring for School Sport Victoria division AFL

competitions,” he added. “Alkira is pioneering individual and personalised learning and the addition of the umpiring academy is the perfect fit for us.” Roberts said students had already enjoyed the specialised one-on-one training and feedback offered by the academy coach, and some were officiating matches on weekends and getting paid upwards of $60 for their time. The academy is open to both male and female students, with former South East Juniors umpire Nick McDonald taking the coaching reins. He was earlier this year elevated to the VFL development squad and is officiating in TAC Cup games this season.

PINK was the colour of victory for the Casey Cavaliers men with a double-header triumph. With all Casey teams wearing pink for BNCA Pink Lady Day, it was the Cavaliers men who starred with a 80-51 win over Western Port on Saturday night. With captain Dean Johnson absent, Matt Witherden (25 points, 10 rebounds) and Matt Pebole (17 points, nine rebounds) stood tall under the basket to reel in the win in front of a sellout crowd at Cranbourne Basketball Stadium. The Cavaliers backed it up impressively the next afternoon as they smashed a 97-78 win over Mornington. A 33-point final term put the final nail the Breakers’ coffin as Witherden (28 points, nine rebounds) and Pebole (27 points, 13 rebounds) backed up their Saturday successes. The Cavaliers remain in second and face Keysborough on Saturday night in a battle for the top of the ladder. The weekend wasn’t as prominent for the Cavaliers women with a pair of losses against Chelsea and Mornington. Casey fought back against Chelsea, erasing a 10-point deficit to take a late lead before Chelsea stormed home to steal a 64-58 win. Lara Pauline (17 points, five rebounds) and Alex Keates (11 points, five rebounds) stood tall while Jess Szalek (eight points, eight rebounds) made strong showing in close. Cherise Jacotine (eight points, seven rebounds) excelled in the league’s hardest task - trying to curtail Jasmine Lovejoy (13 points, 11 rebounds). Casey fell to Mornington

Cherise Jacotine heads to the hoop in Casey’s narrow loss Pictures: JARROD POTTER to Chelsea. 120175

Pink Cavalier Matt Pebole scrambles past a Western Port opponent. 120175 50-72 on Sunday. A happy Mother’s Day statsline went to a Cavalier mum Szalek (12 points, seven rebounds). The Cavaliers drop to sixth and will face Keysbor-

ough on Sunday at 2pm. The Cavaliers’ Ballin’ For Breast Cancer fundraiser on Saturday raised $6411.75 through the Casey basketball community for the Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA).

THE Casey Cardinia Football League has a new voice after former Berwick president Cliff Donegan was last week appointed to the board of PCN Sports Alliance. PCN is the governing body of the CCFL, along with the Nepean and Peninsula leagues, and Donegan says it’s time the CCFL had a say. “I’m not president of Berwick any more so it was time to have a go,” Donegan said as he did the rounds of the CCFL venues on Saturday. “Two years ago I said to (current board members) Rod Willshire and Norm Lansdowne that I think we need to get someone from Casey Cardinia on board. “We’ve got people from down the other leagues (Nepean and Peninsula) but no-one representing us. “My main goal now is to travel around and be a director that is seen, someone who clubs can express their ideas to and

An iconic figure in CCFL circles, Cliff Donegan will now represent the league as a board member of PCN Sports Picture: DAVID NAGEL Alliance. 120222 know that they’ll be taken back to the board and looked at.” Donegan said as a past president he had a clear understanding of the issues that need to be addressed. “The presidents just want some representation and for our league to grow and develop into

the future,” he said. “We’ve all been guilty of it, spending too much money, but we need to develop the junior talent and keep it within the Casey Cardinia league clubs.” Donegan attended his first meeting as a director last Thursday.

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Scorpions overcome their Blues By JARROD POTTER IT FINALLY clicked into gear for Casey. Despite the weather making every slippery like a crocodile slide, the Scorpions skipped along in the mud and water to seize their chances in front of goals. Their back-to-back losses - effectively backto-back kicks up the backside - motivated Casey to link up, play team football and support your team mates at all costs on Saturday against the Northen Blues. The errant early season Scorpions were not sighted on Saturday as Tim Smith (5 goals) slotted three of his majors with his first three kicks. Curtailing Cameron Wood was tricky for the Scorpions’ rucks, as he accrued a whopping 77 hit outs -but young Gippslander Jake Thomas and Jack Fitzpatrick performed ably to chop out for each other, with the occasional third man up also making the task at hand easier. Northern received a rev-up at half-time and fought back into the clash with a four-goal-toone third term led by goals to Tom Wilson, Wood, Brent Bransgrove and Irishman Ciaran Byrne. Casey fought back to keep the Blues scoreless in a sloppy last term and the siren left the Scorpions ahead by 16 points, but more importantly, it left 46 blokes to trudge off after the battle in a bog. Impressing for the Scorpions were Melbourne midfield trio Jordie McKenzie (32 possessions), Sam Blease (30) and Aiden Riley (27) while Smith’s five goals troubled the Blues all day up the other end. Also excelling in Casey colours were Viv Michie and Dom Barry to round out a weekend Melbourne would be very pleased to see. Former Gippsland Power hard-nut Nick Graham racked up the wet-weather touches with 32 possessions that should see him elevated to the mediocre Carlton team in weeks to come.

VICTORIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE

REVIEW – ROUND 6 A strong flying grab from Casey’s Tim Smith resulted in one of his five goals. 120172 Picture: JARROD POTTER

VFL NORTHERN BLUES 2.1 4.3 8.7 8.7 (55) CASEY SCORPIONS 3.2 8.5 9.9 10.11 (71) NORTHERN BLUES GOALS: B. Bransgrove 2, T. Wilson 2, C. Wood, C. Byrne, T. Temay, S. Cattapan. BEST: J. Cachia, N. Graham, A. McInnes, B. Bransgrove, J. Anthony, J. Tardio. CASEY SCORPIONS GOALS: T. Smith 5, L. Tapscott 2, P. Rosier, V. Michie, J. Hunt. BEST: S. Blease, T. Smith, J. McKenzie, V. Michie, A. Riley, D. Barry.

RSL champions for the season bowl up CRANBOURNE RSL Bowls Club held its presentation night recently to honour its champion bowlers from the season gone by. Club champion for the first time was Ron Hansen who capped off a great year of bowling by also winning the Pairs and 100-up trophy. Ron’s skip in the Pairs victory was Wally Ballard. Ray Chapman won his second mixed pairs trophy when he partnered Denise Meulman to the title. The first ever winners of the triples championship was the trio of Ray Chapman, Jesus Carretero and Ken Hocking. Ken Walker finally won the minor singles after being beaten by one shot two years running. Ken also won the 21-up championship. The night held in the Bistro of the Dandenong/ Cranbourne RSL was a great success. Congratulations also go to the runners up Steve Hickson, Marijan Bobetic and Ken Walker, Steve and Karen Hickson, Karen Hickson, Ken McLeod and Steve Hickson, Barry Graham (twice) and Marijan Bobetic.

By JARROD POTTER

Triples champions, from left, Ray Chapman, Jesus Carretero and Ken Hocking.

Club and 100-up champion Ron Hansen.

Dandenong gets a Bendigo battering

Mixed pairs champions Ray Chapman and Denise Meulman.

Minor singles and 21-up champion Ken Walker.

Pairs champions Ron Hansen and Wally Ballard.

DANDENONG City’s trip to Bendigo yielded only a 2-4 loss as Bendigo FC stormed past City for its second win of the season. Goals to Damien Miskulin and Goran Jozeljic weren’t enough to gain victory as the home side thumped home four of its own. Dandenong City falls to 11th on the NPL1 ladder and hosts Sunshine George Cross SC on Saturday from 3pm. DOCKERTY CUP THE City of Casey’s last two hopes - Doveton SC and Berwick City - fell at the round of 32 to NPL powerhouses Dandenong Thunder and South Melbourne respectively. Ashley Savanah slotted a major for Berwick City against the visiting South Melbourne, but the South rose again to claim a comfortable 4-1 win. Thunder eases past their cross-town challengers 3-1 to advance easily into the top 16. WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE/STATE LEAGUE CASEY Comets smashed Heidelberg United 3-1 at home on Friday night. Casey Comets face FFV Under 17 Girls at the State Football Centre on Saturday. Berwick City found two goals through Natalie Holmes and Shirley Anthony to take a 2-1 win over Doncaster Rovers. City moves up to sixth on the State League 1 ladder and faces South Yarra away. MEN’S STATE LEAGUES CASEY Comets continued their rampage in State League 1 with a 5-0 victory over Southern Stars FC. Anthony Selemidis and Marce Janneker drilled a brace each in the comprehensive victory that bumps Casey to fourth on the State League 1 South East ladder. An Orlando Meijas hat-trick led a 5-0 thumping of Frankston Pines by Berwick City with Nick Lasanc and Michael Franco also snaring a goal apiece in the rout. Doveton couldn’t hold off Heatherton United, despite the best efforts of Matt Williams and Matt Evans and their goal-scoring efforts.

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Round up for a bashing By DAVID NAGEL THE Casey Cardinia Football League had one of those days it would like to forget on Saturday with four 100-point thumpings the defining message to come out of round five. Some seriously good football has been played between the top teams this season, but Saturday’s demolition derby highlights the gulf that exists between the haves and have nots in the league. The close one of the round took place at a wet and greasy Starling Road, where Pakenham’s slight edge in class got the Lions home by 15 points over a determined ROC. Both teams struggled in the conditions but the ruck-work of Kym Jones and the sublime skills of Dom Paynter and coach Steve O’Bryan got the visitors home after ROC drew level early in the final term. Paynter was dominant on centre-wing and kicked three for the winners -including two in the final term - while O’Bryan was busy through the middle before drifting forward to slot three of his own. Defenders Stephen Morey and Ben Keane were others to shine for the Lions while Matt Rogers, Ben Tivendale and Andrew Logan were best for the Kangaroos. The biggest belting of the day took place at Hampton Park’s Robert Booth Reserve where the Redbacks were towelled up by Cranbourne to the tune of 150 points. The Eagles were clearly dominant all day but unleashed their full fury in the third term when they piled on 9.7 and allowed the Redbacks just 1.1 in reply. Cranbourne skipper Marc Holt was in great touch with his eight goals while Michael Theodoridis continued his solid form with five. Curtis Barker was brilliant around the stoppages for the Eagles while Lionel Beniot, Brodie Yapp, Matt Cox and Nathan Dawes were best on a bad day for the hosts. Reigning premier Narre Warren has an insatiable appetite for a kill; the Magpies mean and nasty as they slaughtered Tooradin by 139 points at Westernport Oval. The champs took their time to warm up, leading by just 18 points at the first break, before clicking into gear and executing their exquisite brand of footy to perfection. Young guns Josh Tonna and Dylan Quirk were magnificent around the ground while

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

RESERVES: Pakenham 6.18 (54) d ROC 7.4 (46). Narre Warren 6.12 (48) d Tooradin-Dalmore 6.9 (45). Berwick 13.18 (96) d Keysborough 4.7 (31). Hampton Park 10.3 (63) d Cranbourne 4.6 (30). Doveton 7.4 (46) d Beaconsfield 3.3 (21). UNDER 19: Pakenham 7.15 (57) d ROC 5.5 (35). Narre Warren 15.14 (104) d Tooradin-Dalmore 2.5 (17). Cranbourne 15.4 (94) d Hampton Park 2.3 (15). Beaconsfield 14.15 (99) d Doveton 1.3 (9). UNDER 17: Pakenham 23.20 (158) d ROC 0.0. Narre Warren 18.18 (126) d Tooradin-Dalmore 4.5 (29). Cranbourne 11.12 (78) d Hampton Park 1.1 (7). Doveton 11.7 (73) d Beaconsfield 6.8 (44).

Tooradin’s Justin Smaluch applies fierce pressure to Narre Warren’s Ben Wragg during Saturday’s lopsided encounter at Westernport Oval. The Magpies and Wragg had the Picture: DONNA OATES last laugh with a 139-point victory. 120049 Justin Marriott and Lee Boyle kicked five and four goals respectively. Adam Galea and youngsters Kris Sabbatucci and Brad Lenders worked their butts off for the Seagulls. Berwick squashed any thoughts of a let-down after last week’s huge win over Cranbourne with a clinical 115-point dissection of Keysborough at Rowley Allen Reserve. The Wickers play a beautiful, hard-running style of football and did their best work in the second term when 10 goals sailed through the big sticks. The contrast up forward was stark with the steady Michael Manley booting five while ex-

Pearcedale bury Yabbies PEARCEDALE has broken through for its first win in the Nepean league this season with a 75-point, 26.15 (171) to 14.12 (96), victory over Tyabb at Tractor Park. Winless after four rounds, last year’s finalists overwhelmed the Yabbies with a special 11.7 to 1.0 second term. The 67-point advantage of the second stanza proved important with Ben Cadd’s men winning the remaining three quarters by just eight points overall. The Yabbies took a 21-point lead into quarter time, but buckled as players like Pat Cadd, Troy Jacobson, Dylan Hoare and Andy Douglas did as they liked before the main break. Pat Cadd and Basil Sibosado kicked five goals each for the winners, while Douglas and Pat Heijden were next best with three apiece. The Panthers spread the load with 12 contributors to their 26 goal total, Ben Cadd and Ben Mitchell being others to shine on the day. Jake Anderson and Callum Morris kicked three each for the Yabbies.

2.2 4.5 6.8 11.11 (77) 0.2 1.5 4.8 9.8 (62) 3.5 10.9 16.11 25.19 (169) 0.5 2.6 3.10 3.12 (30) 6.1 16.3 17.13 24.17 (161) 2.3 3.6 5.8 6.10 (46) 7.2 11.5 20.12 25.16 (166) 1.1 1.2 2.3 2.4 (16) 7.3 9.5 12.11 21.15 (141) 1.2 4.3 4.4 4.4 (28)

Devon Meadows will be kicking itself after squandering an ideal opportunity to go four-and-one after a ninepoint 10.18 (78) to 10.9 (69) loss to Somerville at Glover Reserve. James Bow was outstanding for the still fifth-placed Panthers, slotting six, but it was the home-side’s inability to find a second fiddle that proved its undoing on the day. Pat Harmes, Daniel Watson and Gavin Kerr battled hard, but it was all to no avail. In other games, Sorrento defeated Hastings by 23 points, reigning champs Dromana scored a 53-point win over Frankston Bombers, while former Bombers’ coach Tony Blackford led Red Hill to an impressive 21-point victory over Rosebud. Crib Point remains the only unbeaten side in the competition after accounting for Rye by 23 points at Rowley Reserve. This week Devon Meadows travels to Hastings while Pearcedale also hit the road to take on Doug Koop’s Dromana.

citement machines Paul Vanschilt and Jordy Andrews ran wild with four apiece. Glen Hawthorn and Tyson King never stopped trying for the Burra. Beaconsfield started and finished superbly in its 113-point victory over Doveton at Holm Park Road. A seven-goal first quarter from the Eagles was the pre-curser to a rather scrappy effort during the second and third terms. But whatever coach Clint Evans said at the final break worked, the home side piling on 9.4 to no score in the final stanza. Brent Heus was the focal point up forward, slotting six, while Tyson Mitchem and Kris Fletcher chimed in with three apiece.

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This week: Berwick v ROC, Narre Warren v Hampton Park, Keysborough v Tooradin-Dalmore, Pakenham v Doveton, Cranbourne v Beaconsfield (Saturday 7.15pm) at Casey Fields.

Norm Walker Medallist Scott Meyer was back to his supreme best in the ruck, while Josh Dodsworth and Ben Kerrigan were other Eagles at the top of their game. Doves leader Shannon Henwood was once again his side’s best player. This Saturday’s round six features the big clash between Cranbourne and Beaconsfield under lights at Casey Fields. The game kicks off at 7.15pm.

Victorian Women’s Football League - Round 2

Eagle girls play a great brand of Footy By JARROD POTTER ON the winners’ list for the first time in its Division 1 lifespan, Cranbourne Women’s Football Club proved far too strong for St Albans. The visitors didn’t stand a chance as Cranbourne booted 107-points-to-nil. It all started with the midfield powerhouse - ruck Samantha Franklin tapped down to Alicia Heins and Ash Fennell at will before the fleet-footed Eagles found forwards Kirsten Mcleod, Nicole Schroeter and Alice Barfoot to decimate the Spurs defence. Rinse, lather, repeat for 16 goals from a variety of forwards. Cranbourne had answers to questions St Albans wasn’t capable of asking as the Eagles streamed out of defence to keep the Spurs scoreless at Casey Fields on Sunday. Despite losing captain Danielle Hardiman to a knee strain earlier that week, the Eagles stood strong across the centre and defensive lines as St Albans failed to mount any sizeable offence. Tess Butler and Lauren Hutchison excelled across half-forward and in the centre while newly promoted Mcleod’s seven-goal haul as the primary forward target was also top notch in her Division 1 debut. “Really, really happy with it all and

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CARS REMOVED - WANTED C1094780-JO40-13

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Est. 1980

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CAMPER TRAILER, Camel, 2013, off road, walk in QS bed, stainless steel kitchen, 2x4.5 gas bottles, 75 litre water tank, gazebo, electric brakes. Almost brand new. $16,000. 0407 859 685. Calls only after 7pm. CAMPER TRAILER, with annexe, off road, Customline make. $6,000. 5959 5427.

all kinds of scrap metal. Up to $700 for any old car*

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Phone 9706 4909 or 0439 497 829 *conditions apply

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JAYCO Eagle campervan, 2008, customed made, large annexe, EC, great family van. $19,950. 0411 061 583.

WE PAY YOU UP TO

500 CASH For Any Old Car TODAY 9798 3364 LMCT 10227

JAYCO, 2012, Sterling, model 21-65-7, 2 door fridge, Ibis AC, washing machine, ensuite, solar panel plus 2 batteries, outside entertainment pack, cafe dinette with tri-fold table, bike rack, pole carrier, fitted with ESC, new condition, suit new buyer. $51,500. 0428 564 662.

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9701 8740 & 0409 145 434 LMTC 10546 C812911-JM26-10

JAYCO, Sterling, 2011, 22ft, awning with annexe, large fridge /freezer, washing machine, full ensuite, TV, DVD player, AC, heating, electric brakes, in new condition, stored in garage. $43,000. For more photos call 9707 5012 or 0418 549 309.

JAYCO, Caravan, 1986, model 1665, double bed, with collapsible table to make 2nd double bed, gas oven, new Dometic fridge installed 2009, roll out fitted annexe, installed 2009. $9,000. Phone: 0430 484 592, 9754 2742. JAYCO, pop top 17ft 2004, 3 way fridge, 4 burner stove, 2 single beds, microwave, AC, heater, tinted windows, genuine reason for selling, excellent condition. $18,000neg. 0419 530 891, 5997 5376.

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JURGENS, Lunagazer, 2012, 20ft, J2406, as new, under warranty, single beds, tare 1,750kgs, full ensuite, rod holder, tows nice, extras. $45,000. 5971 0131, 0400 196 196.

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HOLDEN, Berlina, VZ 2006, black, auto, 4 speed, sedan, 167,237 kms, PDW 18 inch rims, CC, 6 cyl, 3.6L petrol, rear park assist, airbags, towbar, electric and tinted windows, sound system with Panasonic touch screen head unit, 2 x 12 inch kicker subs, amp, 6 x speakers, iPod connectivity, interior EC, black/grey. The vehicle is in EC and has been serviced regularly. New number plates will be supplied as personalised plates 'RHYZ' will not be transferred on sale. RWC will be supplied. 12 months reg, expires May 2015. $9,800 or best offer. Enquiries: 0418 274 312.

ONSITE CARAVAN, with permanent annexe, at Shallow Inlet, sleeps up to eight, two sets of bunks, QS bed and sofa bed, couch, TV, microwave, fridge, oven, garden shed, walking distance to beach, playground for kids, everything you need for a great family holiday. $8,500ono. 0418 139 946.

REGENT, Cruiser, Pop top Caravan, 2001, 17ft dual axle, EC, kept under cover, dual battery, roll out awning with sides, dbl bed, all crockery, electrical items, ready to go, $20,000ono. Call 5625 1566.

CITROEN, 2005, auto, 1.4C3, 70,000kms, RWC, reg until 08 /14, UWG-710. $7,000. 0433 175 066.

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HOLDEN, Jackaroo, 3.0 turbo diesel, 250,000kms, GC, reg September 2014, service manual and history, bullbar, Hayman Reese towbar, engine immobiliser, tinted windows, dual batteries, no RWC, PBB-264. $3,000. Phone 5941 3225.

HOLDEN, Commodore, International, VE 2009, auto, all International Series features, metallic gold, leather seats, factory 18 inch mags, 117,000kms, NSW reg BX02RQ, new VIC reg and RWC upon sale, VGC. $14,500ono. 0414 508 723. Pakenham

V Trucks /Commercial INTERNATIONAL TIPPER, TLine, T2670, 350 Cummins, 9 speed, 44 pound, 3 axle, super dog trailer, NQJ-017. GC. $48,000 ono. 0429 183 967.

TOYOTA, Land Cruiser, 100 series, 1999, diesel with after factory Turbo, eight seater with DVD player, electric brakes and heavy duty Haymen Reece tow bar, 313,000kms, VGC, SNG-632. $21,000 with RWC. Phone 0408 533 122 TOYOTA, Landcruiser, wagon, 1988, automatic overdrive, little f o r R W C , V I N JT711FJ6200700265. $3,500. 9702 5397 between 5pm-6pm.

ISUZU, bus, 11m long, 49 passengers, luggage bins, RWC, VIN: JALLT111PJ300070. $15,000. 0447 331 222. TANDAM, Tag Along trailer, 12 tonne carrying capacity, Bartlett ball, 24 ft, ramps, GC. $20,000 ono. 0429 183 967.

MITSUBISHI, wagon, L30 Express, 8 seater, engine number 4G32EJ7617, $1,200 ono. 0429 183 967.

V Motorcycles HONDA, Scooter, Forza 250, 35,713kms, VGC, 12 months reg, RWC, IN-5ZA. $3,750ono. 0402 457 516.

TOYOTA, Coaster bus, 2003, 20 passengers, AC, RWC, VIN: JTGFG528209500018. $26,000. 0447 331 222.

EUREKA, at 65% complete, has Simmonds wheels, 1835 VW engine and gear box, perfect project car. Engine n.o: 043101101A. $5,900ono. 0407 045 410.

HOLDEN, 1963, Premier Collector Aussie Car, auto, original condition, motor/body A1, ready to cruise, reg, 04228-H. $17,900. 0426 873 347.

TOYOTA, landcruiser, GXL, 4.5, gas and petrol, UMY-942, $7,700 ono. 0409 219 017. WANTED CARAVANS, Caravans, trailers and floats. We pick up. Any condition. Top cash. 5996-6546, 0417 529 950.

HOLDEN, Commodore, VYSS 2002 auto, silver, reg Jan 2015, RWC, 156,470+kms, GC, TXY-857. $10,000ono. PH:0401 064 364. Narre Warren South.

HONDA, CRV Sports wagon, 2005, reg to 8/14, auto, CC, central locking, PS, AC, electric windows, mirrors and sunroof, immobiliser and alarm, CD/radio, EC, with RWC, TRR-316. $12,900. Phone 0433 904 488. Drouin.

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YAMAHA, WRF 250, 2004, VGC, 6000kms, FMF pipe, all lights working, for reg. $3,500. 0402 819 053.

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REGENT Pop top, 18ft, 2008, auto roof lift, TV, microwave, AC, gas and electric stove. Many other extras, tandem axle, roll out awning. $22,000 ono. 9702 3587.

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SUBARUBERWICK.COM.AU

2010 FALCON XR6

2010 NISSAN TIIDA Ti

2007 VE BERLINA

AUTO

6 SPEED AUTO

VERY VERY LOW KMS

$

19,999 AWAY

$

1 DRIVE

Finished in Ego Metallic with contrasting trim. Turbo, alloy wheels and just 80,520kms. 3 year warranty. Reg: YIZ 020.

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16,999 AWAY

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Immaculate hatch with leather trim, one owner, full service history and as new with just 52,923 kms. Reg: XRH 610.

2008 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.8 ASCENT 5 DR HATCH

LUXURY SPORTS

17,999 AWAY

DRIVE

10,999 AWAY

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28,990 AWAY

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6 speed manual, 18" alloys, rear spoiler, mica ruby finish and just 93,766 kms. Very rare performance vehicle. Reg: ZWD 071.

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Just 30,166 kms. Auto, finished in lightning silver with full service history, alloys and all Berlina luxury extras. Reg: URB 791.

2010 MAZDA CX7

B SPEC 3.0 6 CYL EFI 1

11,999 AWAY

1 DRIVE

1 DRIVE

Manual, air-con, tinted windows, excellent service history with famous Toyota reliability. Just 88,891 kms. Reg: WWQ 039.

This immaculate luxury wagon has full leather, 6 spd sport auto & 19" alloys. Excellent service history. Reg: YDZ 855.

2009 SUBARU IMPREZA RS HATCH

19,990 AWAY

1 DRIVE

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$

You won’t see a cleaner one. World Rally Blue with charcoal interior. Auto, air-con & just 91,232 kms. Reg: 1BQ 2YI.

Hurry into Subaru Berwick, you only have until May 31 to take advantage of these great End of Financial Year offers. SMS FOR A TEST DRIVE DRIVE 0400 408 408. IT YOUR TO • Dealership Name • Your Name WAY • Model you wish to Test Drive

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1. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer unless otherwise indicated. Offers exclude Government buyers and Fleet Management Organisations. Offers valid for vehicles purchased by 5pm Saturday, 31 May 2014.

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CR-V 2WD VTi • 17-inch alloy wheels • USB and Bluetooth® audio • Capped Price Servicing~

29,990

$ FROM

• Reversing camera • One-motion fold rear seats

DRIVE AWAY

1.5% PA

COMPARISON C COMPA ARISON RATE*

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Accord VTi and VTi-S DEMO

Civic Sedan Runout

• LED Daytime Running Lights • Dual-zone climate control • Multi-angle rear view camera • Touch -screen audio display • Bluetooth® phone connectivity. S/N N12437

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28,990

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21,990

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*This is a comparison rate for finance amount $30,000 on a secured Consumer Loan for a 60 month term. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Finance offer only available at participating Honda dealers while stocks last for qualifying new and demonstrator, 13YM Civic Sedan and 13YM Accord VTi and VTi-S with nil deposit, and a maximum term of 36 months, ordered and finance approved by 30 June 2014 unless withdrawn earlier or extended at the discretion of the financier. ^Subject to credit assessment criteria. Finance provided by Macquarie Leasing Pty Limited ABN 38 002 674 982 (Australian Credit Licence No. 394925) trading as Honda Financial Services to approved applicants only (not available to fleet, government or rental buyers), subject to its credit assessment criteria. Fees and charges are applicable. †5 years/140,000km Extended Warranty is inclusive of 3 years/100,000km New Vehicle Warranty. Please refer to Honda’s Warranty documentation for conditions. Extended Warranty applies to CR-V petrol models purchased and delivered between 1 April and 30 June 2014. # Recommended drive away price for 14YM/15YM CR-V 2WD VTi manual available at participating Honda Dealers while stocks last. Metallic/Pearlescent paint available at additional cost. ~For full terms and conditions please visit honda.com.au/CappedPriceService. The Bluetooth word mark is owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and use of such mark by Honda is under licence. 1134260-CB20-14


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DRIVE AWAAY* FOR S HORT W H E E L B A S E M A N UA L

TRAFIC SHORT WHEELBASE MANUAL

REG: 1BH3GF

$26,750 DRIVE AWAY^

TRAFIC SHORT WHEELBASE MANUAL

REG: 1BH3HH

$27,989 DRIVE AWAY^

TRAFIC LONG WHEELBASE AUTO

REG: 1BH3GD

$30,989 DRIVE AWAY^

The Renault Trafic is a stand-out addition to your workforce. It features dual airbags, seating for 3 and heaps of storage spaces, with rear doors renowned for making loading and unloading a breeze. Enjoy lower prices across Europe’s No.1 Light Commercial Vehicle range now, including the Renault Master and Kangoo. All models come with the reassurance of $349 Capped Price Servicing for 3 years.# BE QUICK, LIMITED TIME ONLY. VISIT BARRY BOURKE RENAULT WHILE STOCKS LAST.

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*Drive away price for the Trafic L1H1 SWB manual with non-metallic paint. Valid for vehicles ordered between 01/05/2014 & 30/06/2014 while stocks last. Renault reserves the right to vary, extend or withdraw this offer. Offer not available for Govt. buyers. ABN holders only. ^ABN holders only. #Scheduled services capped at $349 per service for 3 years or 45,000kms (whichever comes first) on new or demonstrator Kangoo and Trafic models only and 3 years or 90,000kms (whichever comes first) on new or demonstrator Master models. Offers based on standard scheduled servicing from new and normal operating conditions. If the vehicle is not presented within three (3) months of the due date for the scheduled service, the vehicle forfeits the right to that capped-price service under the program.

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