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Avalon turbulence By NOEL MURPHY

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THE LINCHPIN of Geelong’s economic future, Avalon Airport, is under a cloud as broken rail-link promises strike its international ambitions. With 800 Qantas maintenance jobs gone, Jetstar flights to Brisbane halted and Geelong patronage down from 60 to 20 per cent of total passenger traffic, the airport is battling to fulfill its potential as regional transport hub. Labor Member for Lara John Eren this week attacked the Napthine Government for failing to spend $50 million it commit-

ted to a building a rail line into the airport. The Government promised to spend the money in its first term, which ends in November. It will instead spend $5 million on planning. Mr Eren urged the Government to “go back to the drawing board�, be “realistic� and “not make promises (it) will break�. “International carriers, like any multimillion dollar business, would want assurance from government, a trust in the government, that their money won’t be wasted if they make an investment in Avalon,� Mr Eren said.

“I understand there’s a business case from Avalon that needs to be put and I think it has a great memorandum of understanding with a China airline at the moment, plus Jetstar and other possibilities, but you need truth from the State Government about assistance, not airy-fairy, piein-the-sky promises like the rail link and not keeping promises. “Avalon is too important for Geelong. They better make sure they get this right.� Committee for Geelong chairman Dan Simmonds expressed concern about the decline in Geelong patronage.

“At the outset, 60 per cent of Jetstar passengers departing from Avalon resided in the Geelong region but this figure has now reduced to something like 20 per cent,� he said. “If Geelong wishes to keep Avalon functioning it must heed the warning evidenced by these figures that it must provide greater support to Jetstar in its operations from Avalon.� Mr Simmonds said Avalon was crucial to Geelong. Continued page 5

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AMID all the aggro directed at Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s illfated visit to Geelong this week was at least one speck of humour. Geelong’s Trades Hall dispatched a flyer alerting comrades to the pending arrival of their nemesis, seeking a big turnout to protest the PM’s presence at Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre. “Budget smuggler”, cried the leaflet around an image of Speedoes overflowing with paper moolah. But after Mr Abbott’s noshow, it was Trades Hall left holding the budgie. FANS of old-style pinball machines might like their characteristic sound but it made an Indy ad rep come a cropper this week. He was on the landline about to close a sale to a prospective client when his mobile phone went off.

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This would normally be no issue except he’d just changed the ringtone to, yes, the sound of a pinball machine – and set it to full volume. The rep’s still trying to ring the client back. A pinball wizard he’s certainly not. THE CHANGING face of Geelong, with iconic long-standing names and landmarks disappearing, has inspired a bout of nostalgia from one of the city’s hardened politicians. Federal Member for Corio Richard Marles said new Shell refinery owner Vitol recently assured him the facility’s highlyvisible smoke stack, with its red and white bands, would be retained. “As a child, whenever we returned from long trips away from Geelong, being able to see that stack said that we were home,”

he reminisced to parliament. Truly a sight for sore eyes. CATS GIANT Tom Hawkins proved an affable subject this week when interviewed on a Channel 31 rev-head program as it filmed at a rural car show. Standing around a vehicle on display as other patrons wandered in and out of shot, the host subjected Tomahawk to a brief questionnaire about all manner of subjects. Big Tom was able to impersonate a crow and knew who wrote Waltzing Matilda all right but drew a blank on the first two lines of Australia’s national anthem, explaining he’d only just sung Advance Australia Fair with mates but was encountering a momentary mental block. Hope he’s better-prepared in front of the camera this Friday night if he has to sing another anthem.

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Costa douses sale talk By NOEL MURPHY GEELONG fresh produce king Frank Costa has fended off reports his family’s $1 billion empire is being primed for sale. The giant Costa Group was considering several options post-2017, he told the Independent this week. The group, the biggest fresh-food supplier to Woolworths and Coles, was undergoing a period of growth but keeping its options open, Mr Costa said. US firm Paine & Partners bought a 50 per cent stake in the company under a five-year plan struck in 2012. The remaining 50 per cent is split between Mr Costa, who chairs the company, and brothers Robert and Anthony.

Costa Group employs 7000 people and exports 20 per cent of its produce. “The decision was made to build the business over five years with acquisitions and expansions and then we’d decide whether we buy back or buy more shares or go public,” Mr Costa said. “No decision has been made.” Financial observers argue the company would go to an offshore buyer if sold. Commentators such as Alan Kohler have claimed the Costas are committed to exiting the group in 2017 but Mr Costa was non-committal. “That could be a bit of overkill. That’s just one of the options available,” he said. “We have really good manage-

ment, our CEO is really good, the business is running really nicely.” Mr Costa, aged 76, said he would assess his personal future according to his health. “It would be a big call for us to sell up and get out,” he said. “It would need strong deliberations by the three brothers. It will be a family decision. Mr Costa returned from overseas last week after a business trip with wife Shirley to New York and Paine & Partners’ annual general meeting. Mr Costa and late brother Adrian founded The Costa Group in 1961 when they bought their father’s greengrocery, Covent Garden. By the mid1960s they were supplying Coles and

Woolies in Geelong and eyeing pastures further afield. As the supermarkets steadily expanded through the 1970s so did the Costa fortunes. The group is now Australia’s largest private produce grower, marketer and exporter. Mr Costa laughed off suggestions a sale to an offshore buyer might damage the national deficit but said Australia’s agricultural future lay in farm consolidations, greater produce varieties and exports to Asia. He said Chinese efforts to finance Australian agricultural projects should be granted greater support, arguing they could elevate agribusiness to a “whole other level”.

MPs urge ‘positivity’ as more Ford job losses loom By NOEL MURPHY

Visa cancelled A MAN convicted of child sex offences in Geelong could return to Afghanistan after the Federal Government cancelled his protection visa. The cancellation followed police finding Ali Jaffari in a Melbourne library with violent child porn images on his laptop computer.

Christchurch work GEELONG workers will help rebuild New Zealand’s Christchurch on a mining-style fly-in-fly-out basis, a labour-hire firm has revealed. Programmed Integrated Workforce said it would recruit and deploy the workers through Avalon Airport to work four-week-on-four-week-off shifts in the earthquake-ravaged city.

Bus stops A PASSENGER shortage will end a bus service ferrying revellers home from Geelong’s nightclub precinct, according to City Hall. City Hall’s Steve Bentley said the nine-year-old Central Geelong Nightbus would cease operations on 1 June due to low patronage “on a regular basis”.

Carbon capers THE only facility researching carbon fibre and making products from the same material has officially opened at Waurn Ponds, Premier Denis Napthine has announced. He said Carbon Nexus, at Deakin University, would “drive advanced manufacturing in Victoria and strengthen Geelong’s reputation as a hub for innovation”.

Theatre sale LORNE’S iconic theatre has passed in at auction, with up to eight potential buyers now negotiating a private sale. Real estate agent Shaun Venebles said the art deco theatre plus four retail shops should sell for just over $2 million.

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‘Riot’ stopped visit, says Pyne A “RIOT” threat forced Prime Minister Tony Abbott to cancel a Geelong visit this week, a minister has revealed. Christopher Pyne said police had provided advice that students planned to riot when he and Mr Abbott attended the official opening of a research centre at Deakin University’s Waurn Ponds campus on Wednesday. Mr Pyne said the cancelled visit followed student violence against Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop and former

Liberal MP Sophie Mirabella at separate events in the previous week. “The advice form the Australian Federal Police was that the students are planning a riot at Deakin University,” he told ABC radio. “We didn’t want to put innocent bystanders at risk because university students want the Australian taxpayer to pick up the full cost of their education.” Mr Pyne said the police advice did

not use the word ‘riot’ but he considered it an accurate description following the violence against the two Liberal women. Mr Pyne, Education Minister, suggested police might have found evidence supporting the riot advice on social media. Students had used “inflammatory language” against Mr Abbott, himself and others on Twitter and Facebook, Mr Pyne said. He also implicated far-left political

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Truck trial ruins lives â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our house literally vibrates at times. There is literally no let-up in truck noise. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are not talking about general traffic noise but truck after truck after truck. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The constant noise has destroyed our peace. Even though we double glazed our bedroom windows we have been forced to move to another bedroom to the back of our house.â&#x20AC;? Mr and Mrs McGarigle said the increase in truck traffic also prompted safety concerns, with trucks speeding to catch a green light at the Ormond Rd intersection. They said trucks also used extra lanes to make turns, cutting off cars. Badly maintained drainage meant water often spread across McKillop St on rainy days, with trucks creating a â&#x20AC;&#x153;massive water washâ&#x20AC;?, they said. The Independent reported last week residents of the eastern end of McKillop St voicing concerns the trial diverted trucks into their neighbourhood traffic area.

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By NOEL MURPHY GEELONG City Hall staff are smarting from a mayoral dressing down as advertisements for a new business-savvy $500,000 a year chief executive officer hit situations vacant columns. Mayor Darryn Lyons came under attack from the Australian Services Union after calling in last week’s Independent for City Hall bureaucrats to stop putting up barriers against potential investors in Geelong. But the ads for the new chief have called for an entrepreneurial, commercially-minded executive who will potentially overhaul City operations. “This role will conduct a review of the organisation, identifying efficiencies, considering more commercial approaches to current service delivery models whilst also exploring new partnerships and revenue channels,” the advertisement said.

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The advertisement referred to a “step change” to ensure City Hall was “highly responsive” to the “needs and aspirations” of Geelong residents. “Promoting a culture of proactiveness, council will see improved capital program completion rates and an increase in ‘shovel ready’ projects, all underpinned by a supportive partnership with council,” the ad stated. “A highly successful senior executive, you bring exceptional leadership and relationship management skills enabling you to relate to all levels of seniority across community, government and industry.” Cr Lyons has told the Independent the next chief executive officer, on pay as high as $500,000, would need to “take quick action” against the City Hall culture. “Either that or it’s a waste of time me being mayor. I want change for the people who voted for change. All the departments

have to work hard and deliver exceptional customer service. “We have to take on our opportunities with both hands or they’re straight out the back door.” Former chief Stephen Griffin vacated his $320,000 job for the same role at State Emergency Service. His resignation followed other senior departures including general manager of corporate services Jeff Wall and former planning strategy and economic development manager Terry Demeo. Australian Services Union lashed out at Cr Lyons’ comments in last week’s Independent, accusing him of “pop-gun outbursts that have absolutely no basis”. “If business is scared away from the town, it’s because the mayor has his strategy wrong,” union assistant secretary Richard Duffy said. LETTERS, PAGE 9

Taxi marshals set to ‘capture info’

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NEW technology will capture passenger “information” at taxi ranks in Geelong, according to MP David Koch. The Member for Western Victoria said the portable technology would allow taxi rank marshals to enhance safety at the ranks in the city centre. The marshals would also be able to electronically document taxi information, he said. State Government has granted

Geelong $30,000 to introduce the technology. Mr Koch said the funding would build on $17,000 for taxi rank surveillance cameras three years ago. Liberal candidate for Geelong Paula Kontelj welcomed the initiative. The funding would go “a long way to improving community infrastructure,” she said.

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Do you have life experience, sound judgement and good communication skills? Can you be objective and non-judgemental? If so, the Independent Prison Visitor Scheme is currently accepting applications for volunteers to join the scheme. As a volunteer Independent Prison Visitor, you would visit a prison once a month to observe operations and to talk to anyone inside a prison including prisoners, staf and visitors. Independent Prison Visitors perform a community advisory role by reporting objective advice and independent views to the Minister for Corrections to ensure the high standards of Victoria’s prison system relect community standards. The Oice of Correctional Services Review (Department of Justice) manages the Independent Prison Visitor Scheme on behalf of the Minister. NEED TO FIND OUT MORE? The Oice of Correctional Services Review is holding an information session in your area: Geelong Tuesday 27 May 2014 7:30pm Geelong West Town Hall, 153 Pakington Street, Geelong West

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COUNCIL HAS ADOPTED THE CITY OF GREATER GEELONG’S DRAFT 2014-2015 BUDGET The average residential rate increase of 4.5 per cent is one of the lowest in Victoria. The increase equates to an extra $1.12 per week on the average residential property. The budget includes a record $132.3 million capital program and total operating expenditure of $291.9 million. The 2014-2015 budget invests heavily in job creation projects, the revitalisation of Central Geelong and maintenance of community assets.

BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS AT A GLANCE

FOSTERING NEW JOBS A major focus of the budget is funding that helps foster new jobs. There is record funding for Enterprise Geelong, the Council’s economic development unit. The Geelong Ring Road Employment Precinct receives a total of $4 million to develop land for sale to new businesses. Funding is allocated for Infectious Emerging Diseases, and investment strategies to attract new businesses to Central Geelong and increase Geelong’s share of the national conference and convention market.

Average residential rate increase equates to $1.12 per week $7 million for Central Geelong revitalisation projects

A MAJOR BOOST FOR CENTRAL GEELONG

$15.3 million for road maintenance and upgrades

A vibrant Central Geelong is a key priority of Council. The 2014-2015 Budget commits $7 million for City centre capital projects.

$13.5 million on recreational facilities

There is funding to provide more support to the Central Geelong Taskforce, more street trees and floral plantings, an expanded park and ride service and investigation into a city loop bus service.

Massive $132.3 million capital program Geelong Ring Road Employment Precinct $4 million

Other initiatives include major new street and tree lighting projects to make the city more appealing, safer and more accessible not just at Christmas, but all year around.

Family and community hubs $12.6 million Aged services $22.1 million

There is $1 million for streetscape works in Myers Street and $3 million has been allocated to Geelong Advancement Fund, subject to securing matching funding from the State Government.

Family services $21.3 million Parks and reserves maintenance $7.6 million

Parking meters will be upgraded with new smart meters that provide more flexible payment options.

WHAT YOU TOLD US

Funding for road construction and upgrades has increased this year with $15.3 million allocated to road works across the municipality. $5.7 million has been allocated to drainage design and construction including works to prevent flooding in key areas.

The 2014-2015 budget responds to community needs. Our engagement with the community made it very clear that the revitalisation of Central Geelong and the Geelong economy are top priorities for residents in the City of Greater Geelong.

$14.6 million has been allocated to landfill works including construction of a new cell at Drysdale landfill and rehabilitation works at the former Corio landfill site.

CARE TO COMMENT ON THE DRAFT BUDGET AND CITY PLAN?

COMMUNITY HUBS AND SERVICES $12.6 million is allocated to build major community hubs including stage one of the Leopold Community Hub, Windsor Park Early Learning Centre, Grovedale Children’s and Community Centre, and the Barwon Heads Early Learning Centre. A total of $22.1 million is allocated to aged services and a further $21.3 million for family services.

The City did extensive community engagement when we developed our four year plan City Plan 2013-2017. This plan underpins this year budget.

The 2014-205 Budget has been adopted as a draft and is now available for public submissions. You can view a hard copy of the draft at each of the City of Greater Geelong’s Customer Service Centres. You can also view the draft on www.geelongaustralia.com.au Any person wishing to make a submission on any proposal contained in the Budget, including Differential Rates must do so in writing by 5.00pm Tuesday 10 June 2014. Submissions can be emailed to contactus@geelongcity.vic.gov.au Att: Manager Financial Services – Budget Submission or should be in an envelope endorsed “Budget Submission” addressed to: Manager Financial Services, City of Greater Geelong, PO Box 104, Geelong VIC 3220. For a submission to be considered as valid it must contain the following information: Name, Postal Address, Contact Phone, Email Address and Details of the Submission.

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HOW DOES THE BUDGET AFFECT MY RATES?

The budget provides $20.1 million for construction of the iconic Geelong Library and Heritage Centre. The new centre will not only provide access to information through a traditional book collection and via the latest multi-media platforms, it will serve as a community hub in the centre of Geelong.

The residential rate rise equates to an increase on the average rates bill of $58.50 in the year. The rate rise of 4.5 per cent is in keeping with the Council’s long term plan and remains one of the lowest rate rises on any Victorian Council. Council provides minimum rate increases whilst maintaining funding of service delivery consistent with community expectations. The Council determines how much revenue it needs by preparing an annual budget.

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Dongle despair By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN A FYANSFORD IT business stands to lose valuable international customers because it’s unable to obtain a broadband connection. Greg Dale, of Easy As PC, has up to 100 Chinese clients keen to have a retail website presence in Australia to sell their products. But he has to do all the work using a six GB Wi-Fi dongle that lasts less than two weeks before he has to recharge it at a cost of $49. “Time frame is a big issue when it comes to internet access and if I can’t get the connectivity I need I may end up losing clients,” Mr Dale said. He and wife Cathie Smith also home-school their son, Tyler, which they said was becoming in-

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Mr Dale said the previous tenants of the house had internet access. “We were in Highton before here and we couldn’t get it there either and had to use Wi-Fi. “It’s become a necessity of life because so many services expect you to be able to connect but the government has no interest in helping out.” The Independent has recently reported a series of local issues related to inadequate internet connections in Geelong, including impacts on investment opportunities. Geelong councillor Rod Macdonald launched a Broadband for Geelong campaign, seeking feedback through council’s website on connection issues around the region.

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PUBLIC NOTICES NOTICE OF INTENTION TO RENAMING ROAD BOUNDARY ROAD MOUNT DUNEED The City intends to rename the western section of Boundary Road, Mount Duneed to Muir Road, Mt Duneed. This name has been chosen from a listing compiled as part of the ANZAC Commemorative Naming Project. Lance-Bombardier Leo Muir served in Vietnam and was instrumental in establishing the Geelong Vietnam Veterans Association. For further information regarding this renaming visit www.geelongaustralia.com.au. The closing date for submissions is Friday 20 June 2014.

NOTICE OF MEETING – CHANGE OF VENUE The next meeting of Council will be held at the The Geelong Greyhound Racing Club, Princes Freeway, Corio on Tuesday 27 May 2014 commencing at 7.00pm. The meeting is open to the public.

Submissions must be in writing and sent to: Cynthia Johnston - Property and Valuations Unit City of Greater Geelong PO Box 104 Geelong VIC 3220.

SPECIAL CHARGE SCHEME MELVILLE AVENUE, NEWTOWN

CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS CYCLING CRITERIUM ROAD RACE – EASTERN PARK, EAST GEELONG SUNDAY 1 JUNE 2014 Hearne Parade, Upper Hearne Parade and a section of Eastern Park Circuit will be closed on Sunday 1 June from approximately 7.00am until approximately 11.00am to enable the Eastern Park Criterium to operate.

Access to and from the East Geelong Golf Course, Geelong Botanic Gardens, Geelong Conference Centre, Geelong Playspace and BBQ area will be available at all times. Access to and from the Limeburners Boat Ramp will only be available via Ryrie Street/Limeburners Road during the road closure. Pedestrian access to Eastern Park will be maintained during the event. For further information contact the City’s Recreation and Open Space Unit on 5272 5272.

PUBLIC NOTICES

The Council of the City of Greater Geelong gives notice it is proposing to declare special charges at its meeting of Tuesday 12 August 2014 or subsequent meeting for the purposes of defraying expenses relating to the construction of footpaths in Melville Avenue both sides from Layton Crescent to Queens Park Road, Newtown. The total estimated cost of the works is $158,210 and the special charge to be levied by Council is estimated at $38,599. The details of the proposed declaration and cost estimate may be inspected at the City of Greater Geelong 100 Brougham Street, Geelong, during office hours. The distribution of charges between property owners is based on a common access charge and the frontage of the property to the works. The estimated amounts are shown in the following table.

Property Key

Address

Legal Details

Footpath Cost

204206

30 Queens Park Road, Newtown

Lot 6 LP 124676

$1,349.23

302499

1/32 Queens Park Road, Newtown

Lot 1 PS 411155

$1,050.34

302500

2/32 Queens Park Road, Newtown

Lot 2 PS 411155

$1,051.93

302499

10 Whyte Court, Newtown

Lot 7 LP 124676

$1,358.49

202334

1-3 Whyte Court, Newtown

Lot 14, Lot15, Lot 16 and Lot 17 of LP124676

$1,795.17

202871

10-12 Melville Avenue, Newtown

CP 156386

$2,005.57

202872

8 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 20 LP 124676

$1,665.57

202657

22 Layton Crescent, Newtown

Lot 40 LP 20083, Lot 21 LP 124676

$1,823.31

202873

4 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 22 LP 124676

$1,580.53

348169

1/2 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 2 PS 644018

$1,651.72

348170

2/2 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 1 PS 644018

$2,167.63

202860

1-3 Melville Avenue, Newtown

CP 167785

$3,534.23

202861

5 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 26 LP 124676

$1,677.93

202862

7 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 27 LP 124676

$1,736.15

202863

9 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 28 LP 124676

$1,741.97

202864

11 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 29 LP 124676

$1,704.21

202865

13 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 30 LP 124676

$1,713.04

202866

15 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 31 LP 124676

$1,788.02

303732

17 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 1 PS 419099

$1,711.27

303733

19 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 2 PS 419099

$1,708.63

202869

21 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 34 LP 124676

$1,708.63

202870

23 Melville Avenue, Newtown

Lot 35 LP 124676

$2,075.27

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The service operates 8.45am – 3.45pm Monday to Friday and offers families three or four hour blocks of education and care (morning or afternoon session). A limited number of places are available for regular bookings on a term-by-term basis. Our occasional care staff are fully qualified educators employed to support your child’s educational needs while they are spending time with us. For enrolment enquiries and bookings contact the Boorai Centre on 5272 4999.

Once the work is completed, Council may vary the special charge to recover actual costs. The special charge remains in place until costs have been recovered. Any person who will be required to pay the special charge can object to the proposed declaration in writing by 5.00pm Monday 23 June 2014. Any person who is an occupier is entitled to exercise a right of objection if documentary evidence is submitted which shows that it is a condition of the lease under which the person occupies the property, that the occupier is to pay the special charge. Any person may lodge a written submission by 5.00pm Monday 23 June 2014, which will be considered in accordance with Section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989. Persons requesting to be heard in support of their submission may appear before a committee of Council, the day, time and place of which will be advised Objections and submissions must be mailed to the City of Greater Geelong, Engineering Design Unit, PO Box 104 Geelong VIC 3220. For further information on the proposed declaration, the making of a written objection or submission or attending the meeting contact us on 5272 5272.

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PUBLIC NOTICES SPECIAL CHARGE SCHEME THE ESPLANADE, INDENTED HEAD The Council of the City of Greater Geelong gives notice it is proposing to declare special charges at its meeting of Tuesday 12 August 2014 or subsequent meeting for the purposes of defraying expenses relating to the construction of a footpath along The Esplanade, west side from Batman Road to Jubilee Avenue, Indented Head. The total estimated cost of the works is $102,240 and the special charge to be levied by Council is estimated at $33,148. The details of the proposed declaration and cost estimate may be inspected at the City of Greater Geelong, 100 Brougham Street, Geelong, during office hours. The distribution of charges between property owners is based on a common access charge and the frontage of the property to the works. The estimated amounts are shown in the following table.

Property Key

Address

Legal Details

Footpath Cost

Property Key

Address

Legal Details

Footpath Cost

250803

289 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 3 LP 26830

$1,723.44

331041

2/296 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 2 PS 531149

$1,467.03

250804

290 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 4 LP 26830

$2,330.63

331841

1/297 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 PS 533316

$1,873.05

250805

291 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 LP 42116

$2,099.61

331842

2/297 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 2 PS 533316

$1,887.69

250806

292 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 2 LP 42116

$2,089.43

250812

298 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 6 LP 42116

$2,139.71

250807

293 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 TP 616630

$2,275.90

265682

299 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 7 LP 42116

$2,167.71

250808

294 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 TP 226281

$2,089.43

250813

300 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 8 LP 42116

$2,167.71

250809

295 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 3 LP 42116

$2,334.45

250814

301 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 9 LP 42116

$2,182.35

331040

1/296 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 PS 531149

$1,934.15

250815

302 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 10 LP 42116

$2,385.29

Once the work is completed, Council may vary the special charge to recover actual costs. The special charge remains in place until costs have been recovered. Any person who will be required to pay the special charge can object to the proposed declaration in writing by 5.00pm Monday 23 June 2014. Any person who is an occupier is entitled to exercise a right of objection if documentary evidence is submitted which shows that it is a condition of the lease under which the person occupies the property, that the occupier is to pay the special charge. Any person may lodge a written submission by 5.00pm Monday 23 June 2014, which will be considered in accordance with Section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989. Persons requesting to be heard in support of their submission may appear before a committee of Council, the day, time and place of which will be advised Objections and submissions must be mailed to the City of Greater Geelong, Engineering Design Unit, PO Box 104 Geelong VIC 3220. For further information on the proposed declaration, the making of a written objection or submission or attending the meeting contact us on 5272 5272.

SPECIAL CHARGE SCHEME THE ESPLANADE, INDENTED HEAD The Council of the City of Greater Geelong gives notice it is proposing to declare special charges at its meeting of Tuesday 12 August 2014 or subsequent meeting for the purposes of defraying expenses relating to the construction of a footpath along The Esplanade, west side from No 270 The Esplanade to Walpole Avenue, Indented Head. The total estimated cost of the works is $143,284 and the special charge to be levied by Council is estimated at $21,484. The details of the proposed declaration and cost estimate may be inspected at the City of Greater Geelong, 100 Brougham Street, Geelong, during office hours. The distribution of charges between property owners is based on a common access charge and the frontage of the property to the works. The estimated amounts are shown in the following table.

Property Key

Address

Legal Details

311634

270 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 PS 435184

311635

271 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 2 PS 435184

311636

272 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 3 PS 435184

250791

273 The Esplanade, Indented Head

250792

274 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Footpath Cost $5,674.81

Property Key

Address

Legal Details

Footpath Cost

250793

275 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 10 TP 827456

250794

276 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 TP 118689

$2,865.31

250795

277 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 11 TP 827456

$2,410.51

Lot 9 TP 827456

$1,938.62

250796

278 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 12 TP 827456

$2,933.24

Lot 1 TP 1408

$2,830.51

250797

279 The Esplanade, Indented Head

Lot 1 TP 14712

$2,424.51

$5,339.56

$2,410.51 $2,410.51

Once the work is completed, Council may vary the special charge to recover actual costs. The special charge remains in place until costs have been recovered. Any person who will be required to pay the special charge can object to the proposed declaration in writing by 5.00pm Monday 23 June 2014. Any person who is an occupier is entitled to exercise a right of objection if documentary evidence is submitted which shows that it is a condition of the lease under which the person occupies the property, that the occupier is to pay the special charge. Any person may lodge a written submission by 5.00pm Monday 23 June 2014, which will be considered in accordance with Section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989.

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Persons requesting to be heard in support of their submission may appear before a committee of Council, the day, time and place of which will be advised Objections and submissions must be mailed to the City of Greater Geelong, Engineering Design Unit, PO Box 104 Geelong VIC 3220. For further information on the proposed declaration, the making of a written objection or submission or attending the meeting please contact us on 5272 5272.

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COPS OUT: The rally in Geelong on Tuesday.

PUBLIC NOTICES CENTRAL GEELONG NIGHTBUS TO FINISH OPERATING

State brushes off ‘alarmist claims’

The Central Geelong Nightbus will cease operation of all four routes after the Sunday 1 June 2014. The service will continue in its current capacity until this date. The Safe Taxi Rank located in Moorabool Street will still operate on a Saturday night / Sunday morning providing safe and reliable transportation home from Central Geelong.

Cops rally in park

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By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN OFF-DUTY police have taken a “big step” to rally against staff shortages in the Geelong region, according to their union. About 200 people attended the Johnstone Park rally on Tuesday. Police Association secretary Ron Iddles said communities were “being shortchanged by wafer-thin frontline police numbers at a time when they need all the support they can get”. “Geelong is a community under stress caused by economic changes and rapid population growth. It does not need the extra and unnecessary stress of being underpoliced. “Despite the fact that 1300 extra police positions have been created in Victoria since 2010, the number of first-response police officers attached to police stations in greater Geelong has actually decreased since this time. “To the people of Geelong this means less security, more vulnerability at a time when the city is in transition, a time when they need encouragement, not neglect. “It means fewer patrols, on occasions none at all. The reassuring presence of a marked police vehicle or an officer on the

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WATCHING THE DETECTIVE: Police Association Secretary Ron Iddles addresses members and others in the crowd. 120747 Pictures: REG RYAN street is becoming rarer and rarer in Greater Geelong.” Mr Iddles said police also suffered as they were continually asked to do more with less. “We’re gravely concerned about the impact on our frontline members. Stress levels are high, causing frustration to build, sick leave is more frequent, placing more pressure on fewer police. “The vicious cycle continues.” The rally condemned plans to turn

Bellarine Peninsula police stations into “virtual shop-fronts, resulting in severely weakened police presence”. State Government hit back at the “alarmist claims” on local police resources. A spokesman said the Coalition Government had given the region about 60 additional police. “The Government is delivering on its commitment to build a new $15.6 million 24-hour police station in Waurn Ponds, providing a permanent police presence south of the Barwon River. “This new police station will see police numbers in Geelong and Surf Coast increase by around 90 by the end of year.” The spokesperson said the Government had delivered Victoria “the largest crime fighting budget in history” for 2014/2015. Police funding would increase to $2.4 billion, up 6.7 per cent on the previous year. The spokesperson said the police chief commissioner was responsible for allocating resources. The commissioner had increased staff at divisional levels, so comparing staffing in stations “portrays an inaccurate and misleading picture of police numbers within police service areas”, the spokesperson said.

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On borrowed time INCREASED borrowings by City of Greater Geelong can only mean increased charges for services and an inevitable increase in residential property rates. Toss out all sitting councillors at the next local government election. They are a waste of time and space. All they do, historically, is rubber stamp decisions made by massively overpaid bureaucrats. Michael J Gamble Belmont

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Frankly, he has mandate GIVEN the mandate he received and what appears to mirror Keith Fagg’s white-anting and subsequent demise from a similar support base, mayor Darryn Lyons is to be applauded for playing one of the few cards he holds, public frankness (Independent, 16 May). While Geelong’s popularly elected mayoral model leaves the incumbent wedged between a rock and a hard place, a culture of cosy reticence and rusted-on political divides will continue to flourish if unchallenged and in the process stymie an open-for-business forum. Much will depend on the calibre and character of City of Greater Geelong’s next chief executive officer, who will need to be a dynamic, transparent, people person prepared to roll the dice within the Local Government Act as someone entrepreneurial and demanding of accountability. That said, in the interim and into the future Cr Lyons’ mayoral mandate suggests he is entitled to stay on the front foot and name City staff on big ratepayer bucks and councillors who aren’t fairdinkum in their support of sensible projects and the realisation of investor initiatives that offer employment opportunities for the locals. Richard Worland Manifold Heights

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Central obsession AGAIN the interests of the Bellarine Peninsula are being put aside while nearly all of the City of Greater Geelong’s efforts and thinking go toward the problems of central Geelong. Should we just be thankful for the few crumbs we receive under the present arrangements while the city of Geelong feasts on our rates? Will the Bellarine Peninsula ever get the council it desperately needs to deal with its planning vacuum? Will we ever get our own council to provide the necessary focus to deal with the dramatic population growth of this area? Or do we continue to blunder on as at present? Peter Cowden Clifton Springs

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LAST week’s Geelong council meeting created concerns among several attendees when a lack of policy regarding coal seam gas (CSG) mining was revealed. Council sustainability and environment portfolio holder Andy Richards said “a number of people (had) highlighted this oversight” since submissions closed on council’s draft environment management strategy in February. Considering petroleum exploration permit

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WHY HAS Geelong’s council substantially cut funding to Geelong Regional Library Corporation, a smart and vibrant community asset highly valued by its 104,000 members and other library users? Council’s recurrent funding of the library, with its extensive network of branches and services, provides council with the opportunity to clearly demonstrate that its strategic directions and priorities are not confined to the city centre. Such funding would also help council deliver on its commitment to enhance the wellbeing of creative and connected communities and surely it is essential for council to meet its own specific 2014/2015 targets for increased library visits, a three per cent increase in library memberships and a five per cent increase in library E-collections. How is the library, which is funded 80 per cent from council contributions, our rates, expected to meet a shortfall of $203,730? Does Council propose co-payments for library users to access this popular and innovative community service, reduced library staff and/or closure of mobile-library services? Rather than cut library funding there are of course other funding options for council to consider in the budget review process, such as trimming the $2 million cost of the Christmas tree and scaling back the $500,000 salary package for the next chief executive officer. Hopefully common sense and good governance will prevail and council will reinstate the library’s funding so it can maintain social and cultural services for people of all ages and interests across City of Greater Geelong. Jennifer Wills Portarlington

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CANCER - Cancer Council Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea seeks hosts. Registrations biggestmorningtea.com.au or 1300 65 65 85. CARERS - Grow-Better Together Carer Group for people with mental health issues. Enquiries 1800 558 268, grow.net.au. DANCING - Line-dancing classes to raise money for Relay for Life. Enquiries 0409 164 701.

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Taylor made for fame By SAM BRIMACOMBE CERES’ Taylor Henderson is coming home six months after wowing audiences and capturing Australian hearts on TV’s X- Factor. The 21-year-old said he was thrilled about bringing his first national tour to Geelong after months on the road promoting his number-one debut album, released in November. “I’m just constantly flying from one side of Australia to the other - there isn’t a state I haven’t seen,” he enthused. “I’m just so excited to finally come home and play. I can’t wait to be back in Geelong.” Henderson said his new-found fame was overwhelming, humbling and sometimes scary. “I find it so weird,” he laughed. “When I walk off the plane [interstate] there are just all these fans waiting for me. It’s crazy. “I’m, like, ‘What are you guys doing?’ and they’re here to see me.” Despite performing everywhere from Melbourne’s famous tram car restaurant to Channel 7’s Sunrise program, Henderson said playing in Geelong would be unique experience. “It’s going to be a more-intimate vibe at GPAC. I think it’s a bit scary, seeing familiar faces.” Henderson said he never considered music a future career. In his final high school years he focused on design, specifically architecture, and maths.

“At school I didn’t do any music classes - I was looking at being a builder. “I didn’t give up on music but I wanted to work hard. I always left things to the last minute. “If I had something due I’d find myself playing guitar instead. “Dad would always come in and say, ‘Put down that damn guitar and do your homework’.” Henderson’s initial experience of television fame was with his father, Cameron, when they appeared together on Australia’s Got Talent in 2010. “I felt like I had more to give, so I did four years of practising and performing,” he explained. “I knew I had to show them what I had achieved.” Henderson was rewarded with a runnerup title on X Factor. He admitted lacking confidence before the show when he was ready to leave the line of contenders outside auditions. “I was, like, ‘Let’s leave,’. I can’t explain it,” he laughed. “I love performing but I had a lot of doubt.” Henderson said he now felt the pressure of living up to expectations building after the release of his album, Burnt Letters. “I’m a bit nervous because the album is very much me and that’s how I wanted it to be. It’s fresh, it’s dark and it’s almost insecure.” Henderson plays Geelong Performing Arts Centre on 1 June.

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“Every place is different; audiences in different countries have different personalities. Australian audiences are amazing. “They were very enthusiastic last time, so we’re really looking forward to that.” Ní Chathasaigh put the popularity of the quartet’s music down to the dynamics each member shared on stage together while playing as soloists in their own right. “We’ve all done amazing things. A lot of bands have one or two soloists and others backing them but we aren’t like that we’re all soloists,” she explained. “We all get to shine. Both Chris and I play dance and folk music, Arty played rock and roll, jazzy stuff, Nolliag has been in two bands as well and Chris has played swing. “All those musical experiences just feed into what we do in one way or another.” Ní Chathasaigh was humble about her reputaion as one of Ireland’s most-influential harpists. As a teenager in County Cork she invented a signature style that

quickly became the norm among her contemporaries and the younger generation of players. “When I was growing up the sort of harp music played was the music from the 17th and 18th centuries, medium or slow paced, but what I wanted to play was dance music because that’s what I had grown up with. “There was none of that, so I just had to work out how to do it. That might seem like no big deal in a way but it was and it was also very new.” The Heartstring Quartet will visit Western Australia, Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne’s Art Centre before arriving at the festival. Ni Chathasaigh promised a stellar performance at Portarlington. “We all like to play music that means something to us. It’s the music that touches people that seems to resonate and when they go home that’s what they remember.” The festival, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest annual celebration of Celtic culture, runs from 6 to 9 June.

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 My Place 10:45 Behind The News Specials 11:00 One Plus One [s] 11:30 Foreign Correspondent [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 Vet School (PG) [s] 2:00 Parliament Question Time [s] 3:00 Last Of The Summer Wine 3:30 Agatha Christieʼs Miss Marple (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Eggheads: College Graduates [s] 6:30 QI: Biscuits (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 QI: I-Spy (PG) [s] 8:30 Spicks & Specks (PG) 9:00 Jonah From Tonga (MA15+a,l) [s] 9:30 Upper Middle Bogan (M l,s) [s] 10:00 United States Of Tara: The Full F*@$ You Finger (M l) [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Hustle (PG) [s] 12:30 Parliament Question Time: Reps 1:30 Donʼt Panic: Surviving Extremes (PG) 2:30 Football: VFL: Rnd 8: Werribee v Richmond 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG)11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Helen West: A Clear Conscience” (M a,v,s) (ʼ02) Stars: Amanda Burton & Conor Mullen 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v) [s] – Biancaʼs support causes Heath to miss her more than ever. 7:30 Program To Be Advised 11:00 Border Security - Australiaʼs Front Line (PG ) – A package from China is declared as gifts. An x-ray reveals a well-glued second sole in a pair of shoes. 11:30 The Force - Behind The Line (PG a) – A child sex predator has befriended who he believes is a 13-year-old girl on the internet. 12:00 Program To Be Advised 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Sons And Daughters 4:00 NBC Today [s] 5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 TV Shop 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Afternoon Movie: “Caddyshack” (M d,s,l) (ʼ80) Stars: Chevy Chase 3:00 National News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 State Of Origin: Queensland v New South Wales - Game 1 – Queensland will be pushing their home side advantage for a first game win from Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. NSW however need to push back if thereʼs any hope of breaking their eight year losing streak. 10:00 The AFL Footy Show (M) (M s) – The Logie award-winning AFL Footy Show celebrates its 21st season, starring Garry Lyon, James Brayshaw, Sam Newman, Billy Brownless and Shane Crawford. 12:00 Partners: Temporary Insanity (PG s) 1:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 1:30 Danoz 2:00 TV Shop 2:30 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 TEN Eyewitness News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 Extra (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) 1:00 The Doctors (PG l) 2:00 Program To Be Advised 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 ET (PG 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] – The contestants are tasked to create a four-course dessert menu, with each team needing to prepare 10 serves of each dessert to the judges. 8:30 Offspring (M s) – Nina finds herself stuck at the airport with a handsome stranger and time to kill. Will she take advantage of the situation? Meanwhile, Billie prepares for Mickʼs return. 9:30 The Good Wife (M) 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:00 Elementary: A Landmark Story (M v) 12:00 Late Show With David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 Insight [s] 2:00 Dateline [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Giro dʼItalia 2014 Daily Highlights [s] 6:00 My Family Feast: The Balinese [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:30 Walking Through History: Wigan Pier [s] – Tony walks from Liverpool Docks to Wigan Pier, following the route of Britainʼs longest canal, the Liverpool to Leeds. 8:30 One Born Every Minute: What Happened Next? (M a) [s] 9:30 The Bridge (M v,l) – When a composite sketch of the perpetrator leads Saga and Martin to learn who it is, they must get to him in time. When they think the case is solved, it turns out thereʼs one more final piece left. 10:35 SBS World News Late [s] 11:05 Giro dʼItalia - Stage 17: Sarnonico to Vittorio Veneto *Live 1:30 Comedy Movie: “The First Day Of The Rest Of Your Life” (M) (ʼ08) (In French) 3:35 Terry Pratchett: Choosing To Die (M a)

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 10:00 Backyard Science [s] 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 Landline [s] 2:00 Parliament Question Time [s] 2:30 Hebburn (PG) [s] 3:00 Last Of The Summer Wine [s] 3:30 Agatha Christieʼs Miss Marple (PG) 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Eggheads: Brent Connection [s] 6:30 QI: Beavers (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Four Corners [s] 9:20 Media Watch (PG) [s] 9:35 Q&A [s] 10:35 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:35 Changi: Eddieʼs Birthday (M n,l,v) [s] – Into their fourth year of captivity in Changi, young Eddie and his mates are on work detail in the vegetable garden, when he begins to develop a nagging toothache. 12:35 Parliament Question Time: Reps [s] 1:35 Movie: “Top Hat” (G) (ʼ35) Stars Lucille Ball. 3:15 Movie: “Gay Divorcee” (G) (ʼ34) Stars: Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Class Warfare” (M v) (ʼ01) Stars: Lindsey McKeon 2:00 The Daily Edition (PG) 3:00 The Chase [s] 4:00 Seven News at 4 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v,a) – Did Andy shoot at the Braxton House? 7:30 House Rules (PG) [s] – Tonight, judgment day in Tasmania leaves teams fuming. Expert scores are delivered and the homeowners have their say. 9:15 Revenge: Revolution (M v) – As all the Graysonʼs slowly gain the upper hand, Emily is forced to take on a new identity to expose them. 10:15 Greyʼs Anatomy: Youʼve Got To Hide Your Love Away (M s) 11:10 Talking Footy (PG) 12:10 Suits: Know When To Fold ʻEm (M) 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Sons And Daughters 4:00 NBC Today 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 TV Shop 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Afternoon Movie: “Fathersʼ Day” (M l,a) (ʼ97) Stars: Robin Williams 3:00 National News Now 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Program To Be Advised 10:00 Footy Classified (M) – The biggest names and agenda-setters lock horns on Footy Classified for a provocative look at the AFL. 11:00 Anger Management: Charlie And Kate Battle Over A Patient (M s) – A long-standing rivalry over whoʼs a better therapist leads to war when Kate steals Patrick, one of Charlieʼs group patients. 11:30 Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations: Cajun Country (M) 12:30 Extra [s] 1:00 The Baron (PG) 2:00 Guthy Renker 2:30 TV Shop 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:30 TEN Eyewitness News Early [s] 6:30 Wake Up [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 10:30 Studio 10 Extra (PG) [s] 11:00 TEN Eyewitness News Morning [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG s,a) 1:00 The Doctors (PG a) 2:00 Program To Be Advised 3:30 ET (PG) 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 Modern Family: Goodnight, Gracie 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef Australia (PG) [s] – The bottom three contestants from the invention test face off in a pressure test. 8:30 24: Live Another Day: 2:00pm - 3:00pm (M) – Jack finds some vital evidence, but even with Chloeʼs help he may not have enough time to decrypt it. 9:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (PG) 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:00 Touch: Leviathan (M v) [s] 12:00 Late Show With David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 2:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Religious Programs (PG) 5:00 Worldwatch 1:00 The Forgotten Australians (M a,l) [s] 2:05 First Australians: A Fair Deal For A Black Race (PG) [s] 3:00 France 24 International News 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial [s] 5:00 Living Black [s] 5:30 Giro dʼItalia 2014 Daily Highlights [s] 6:00 Luke Nguyenʼs Vietnam [s] 6:30 SBS World News [s] 7:35 Mythbusters: Star Wars Special (PG) 8:35 Vikings: The Lordʼs Prayer (MA15+v) – Ragnar and King Horik return to Kattegat and the final showdown between two Viking leaders is at hand. 9:30 RocKwiz: Colleen Hewett, Mikelangelo & Megan Washington (PG) 10:30 SBS World News Late [s] 11:00 The World Game [s] 11:30 Subaru National Road Series 12:00 Clown: Caroeʼs Christening (PG) 12:30 Clown: The Girl From Irma (PG) 1:00 Shorts On Screen: Perfect Drug (PG) 1:35 Movie: “Secret Sunshine” (M a,l,s) (ʼ07) (In Korean) 4:10 One Man And His Campervan [s]

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By DEREK OGDEN THE ‘3’ has been a Mazda mainstay for several years. With the arrival of the third generation in Australia, it’s easy to see why. An even dozen variants tap in to technology usually found in vehicles at the luxury end of the premium market to offer generous specification at sharp prices. Offered in sedan and hatchback versions, the new Mazda3 comes with a choice of two engines - the 2.0- or 2.5-litre SkyActiv petrol engine, mated with either SkyActiv six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. Some familiar names turn up among the six grades available - Neo, Maxx, Touring, SP25 and SP25 GT. The Astina moniker, from way back, also makes a return to the fold. Prices start at $20,490, plus on-road costs, for the 2.0-litre Mazda3 Neo manual and rise to $38,190 for the 2.5-litre SP25 Astina automatic, putting the Mazda3 at the heart of the compact market. We spent a fair bit of time in a Mazda3 SP25 2.5 six-speed manual hatch listed at $25,890, which is below the launch price of the superseded model. There’s no doubt the new ‘3 has a striking street presence, especially in its hatchback format, with its steeply raked profile. In line with the latest front-end styling, the deep radiator grille is set low; the sleekness of the headlamps is strengthened by separating them from the turn signals, which are positioned above the foglamps. The 18-inch alloy wheels of the SP25, 16-inch steel and alloys are used on the cheaper models, are designed to present a feeling of road-going agility with stability - or so we are told. Inside the cabin there’s no ignoring the premium quality of materials used. The technology on offer takes the Mazda3 to new levels of occupant convenience and connectivity. With so much information at hand, Mazda’s Human Machine Interface was upgraded to help drivers better maintain proper posture while concentrating on the road. Obviously even the best infotainment system is less safe than a car without any built-in distractions, but we feel the Mazda designers have come up with the best system we’ve used to date. Mazda’s MZD Connect, works in conjunction with a smartphone to receive radio and play music from CDs and mobile audio players, while also giving access to internet radio such as Aha, Pandora and Stitcher. Access to much of this is via Command control, a knob and switches situated on the centre console within easy reach of the driver connected to seveninch a full-colour screen atop the dashboard. The test car was fitted with Mazda’s SkyActiv-G 2.5-litre petrol engine mated with a six-speed manual transmission, which the maker claims gives fuel

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New larger Corolla is just right By ALISTAIR KENNEDY UNLESS Ford changes its mind and retains the Falcon nameplate then Toyota Corolla will replace it as Australia’s longest-running passenger car having been on sale here since 1967. Despite its longevity, Corolla has never been more popular, tipping out Mazda3 as Australia’s biggest selling motor vehicle during 2013 and doing so despite carrying an ageing sedan variant throughout the year alongside the new hatchback. The new sedan finally joined its hatch stablemate in February and set another milestone. At 4.62 metres it’s the largest Corolla so far, a significant 365mm longer than the hatch, 75mm longer and with an increase of 100mm in wheelbase over the outgoing sedan. Unlike the hatch, which is built in Japan, the sedan comes from Thailand and so takes advantage of that country’s free trade agreement with Australia to keep the price down to $20,740 plus on-roads for the entry level Ascent manual. That’s $250 less than the previous sedan and also includes extra features that Toyota values at $2000. As is common in small cars, the new Corolla sedan can’t match its hatchback sibling for looks. It’s neat and attractive enough but without anything to make it stand out from its many competitors. We loved the smooth, wavelike dashboard not only for its appearance but also for the placements of its various components and their ease of use. The extra interior space within the new Corolla sedan provides sufficient rear legroom for two adults to travel in comfort even with the front seats fully extended.

Boot capacity has been increased by 20 litres to 470 litres. The space is long (1088mm) with a wide opening for ease of loading but not especially deep. Three equipment levels are available. As before the entry-level model is called Ascent, with the previous higher-specced Conquest and Ultima now renamed SX and ZR. Now standard across all three models are cruise control, reversing camera, rear parking sensors and a multi-information display (MID). The Ascent wheels are 15-inch steel. The mid-range SX adds interior chrome door handles and door belt moulding, front fog lamps, push button start/stop front parking sensors, enhanced MID system and 16-inch alloys. The auto-only Corolla ZR gets automatic air-conditioning, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, auto on/off LED headlights with automatic levelling, LED daytime running lights, satellite navigation, leather seat trim, powered driver’s seat and acoustic windscreen. New Toyota Corolla sedan comes with the same powertrain combination as the hatch, namely a 1.8-litre petrol engine with either six-speed manual or CVT automatic transmission, the latter with seven preset overrides via the floor

The new Corolla sedan is bigger and better than ever, inside and out. lever on all, as well as paddles in the topline version, the Corolla ZR. Engine outputs peak at 103 kW and 173 Nm, fractionally different (+ 3 kW and -2 Nm) from the outgoing sedan but with maximum torque down from 4400 to 4000 rpm. Central to new Corolla sedan’s information and entertainment package is the Toyota Link multimedia system. Standard in the SX and ZR models, Link is a first for any Australian Toyota vehicle. Features include the ability to pre-set travel routes prior to getting into the car, locate nearby service stations with current fuel prices and other businesses and points of interest, weather conditions as well as many other smartphone Apps. All Corolla sedans come with a single disc CD player, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming and USB/Auxiliary inputs.

Tweaks to the tried-and-true 1.8-litre petrol engine have made it quieter and more refined to such an extent than when we pulled up at our first set of traffic lights we assumed - incorrectly - that a stop/start feature had been added. There’s excellent vision all round and sharp acceleration for safe urban manoeuvring. On the open road it feels like a car the next size up, which it effectively is. Steering is nicely weighted and responsive with safe and dependable cornering. Despite increased size it’s about 20kg lighter than before for which translates into better fuel economy. Toyota’s official numbers are 7.0 litres per 100 km from the manual and 6.6 L/100 km for the automatic transmission. We used around 7.1 L/100 km during our week in the ZC.

With buyers abandoning large family cars in droves car makers are hunting around for the Goldilocks car - not too big, not too small. Toyota might have just about nailed it with this new Corolla sedan which fits the bill as being small enough for city commuting but large enough for longdistance family holiday travel. With prices starting at just over $20,000 and with nearly 50 years of sales on the board Corolla is still the benchmark Australian small(ish) car. Model range Corolla Ascent 1.8-litre four-door sedan: $20,740 (manual); $22,990 (automatic); Corolla SX 1.8-litre four-door sedan: $22,990 (manual); $25,240 (automatic); Corolla ZR 1.8-litre four-door sedan: $30,990 (automatic).

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IndySport Cats aim for fast start to overcome wobbles By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN FRIDAY night football comes to Kardinia Park for the first time as the annual Scott bowl brings a blockbuster against North Melbourne to town. Geelong coach Chris Scott flagged the game against twin brother Brad as a big occasion that would be “good for the club, good for the town”. “It shows Geelong has come a long way and our stadium has come a long way too,” Scott said. “It’s a good game on the big stage and Simonds Stadium hasn’t had the opportunity to showcase itself on a Friday night.” With the Kangaroos and Cats exhibiting similar levels of inconsistency, the game looms as a crucial contest that might even be season-defining. Both sides have played sublime football against top quality opposition while also putting in a series of clangers to fold under pressure. Speaking about North Melbourne this week, Scott agreed the Kangaroos’ best was very good but they could be a bit inconsistent. “They’re in a group of teams probably below the very best but well and truly above the bottom five or six on the ladder. “We have no choice but to anticipate that they’ll play their very best and we need to match it.”

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“When you give up 43 contested possessions and 17 clearances the rest of your game has to be unbelievable.” Scott revealed that Geelong’s forward set-up had been giving the coaching group headaches. “It’s been a little bit inconsistent in terms of output and performance but also in terms of personnel,” Scott said. Four of the players earmarked to

succeed James Podsiadly had been injured at various times. “So we’re always going to have to think on our feet a little bit to adjust to what we think is working at the time so we’re a long way from being settled on exactly our best forward structure. “It’s not as if we’re bereft of options. We just haven’t found one yet that we absolutely want to stick with week in, week out.”

Warriors’ fourth defeat on trot as frustration rises By JOSEPH ZILIC NORTH Geelong Warriors has suffered its fourth consecutive defeat with a 0-1 loss to National Premier League Victorian leader Avondale Heights. The Warriors had the opening chances early when Robert Zadworny unsuccessfully shot from range in the fifth minute, Reha Kurul sent a header over the bar and Nathan Long’s missed another soon after. The Warriors began showing frustration at unfavourable referee decisions and rushing their play, causing quick turnovers that put the defence under pressure. Avondale capitalised in the 26th minute when Darren Lewis and Kurul missed an opportunity to clear the lines, allowing Oleg Krapkho to get on the end of the ball and slot it past Daniel Zilic in goal. The Warriors continued playing at speed after the break, which took its toll. In the 65th minute Michael Boyar, who appeared to be labouring through midfield, was replaced with Nikola Jurkovic, determined to make an impact off the bench. In the 75th minute Jurkovic was at the centre of attention when he drew the frustration of Avondale’s Michele Crazia who knocked over the Warriors player on the edge of the box, earning a yellow card. However, the resulting set piece was driven wide off the mark. In the closing frantic stages the Warriors had a penalty waved away when Mark Paleka and Zoran Pajic ran together for a loose ball in the box. Paleka went down but failed to convince the referee. The visitors held on, cementing top spot and drawing their coach’s praise for holding out North Geelong’s forays into attacks. Warriors captain Matt Townley described his side’s performance as impatient. “We’re putting too much pressure on ourselves and the frustration shows when the goals don’t come.” North Geelong takes on Whittlesea Ranges away this Saturday when the Warriors face off against former coach Vinko Buljubasic. Both sides have had similar starts to the season, offering glimpses of what they can do when on song but also allowing moments of lost concentration to creep in and undo their good work.ON THE BALL:

ON THE BALL: Reardo Luka in action for the Warriors. Picture: IVAN DUGANGZIC

CORIO Bay produced flathead and pinkie snapper over the past week. Dylan Pace fished the sheltered waters of the grammar school lagoon on Saturday, catching flathead to 45cm on four-inch Turtleback worms in the channel entrance. I ventured out at day break, finding numerous pinkies to 40cm around the old Yarra St pier. Casting Turtleback worms, allowing them to reach the bottom then beginning a slow retrieve was deadly. John Mole and Brian Long saw Australian salmon busting up in football-field sized patches along the Surf Coast on the weekend. Brian landed multiple fish to 2kg on ever-reliable Sluk lures. Ben McLean travelled to Port Fairy where he spent most of Sunday chasing tuna. He found them quickly and spent almost all day casting and trolling every lure only to find the fish unwilling to bite. The Barwon River estuary hosted great numbers of small whiting, trevally and Australian salmon. Fishing pippies and small pieces of salted bluebait caught plenty of fish. Queenscliff Harbour produced silver trevally on the slack tide for anglers using soft-plastic Atomic grubs in the Motor Oil colour. Adam Vander Lught travelled to Mallacoota where he caught a massive black bream of 1.37kg and 46cm while tournament-fishing. A TT switch blade did the damage when fished in the deep water during the afternoon. Back home, fresh water action continued firing, with Ballarat’s Lake Wendouree a clear standout. George Dagg fished the north side of the lake with mudeyes suspended under a bubble float, catching 15 rainbow and brown trout in one session, eight of them over the 2kg mark. Steve Hotez and David Nicholson also fished Wendouree but with mudeyes drifted out from kayaks. David boated a rainbow of about 2kg, while Steve landed a whooper brown of almost 3kg. Lake Toolondo produced fantastic brown trout. Michael Evans gave Wurdee Boluc Reservoir a rest, travelling instead upstate to Lake Toolondo where he found the fish holding down in the weed. The different conditions forced a change of tactics, with Michael casting Tassie Devils in pink #55 and retrieving as slow as possible to catch two fat trout and a larger fish he estimated to be over 3kg. Michael also saw other anglers experience success on shallow-diving Rapala X-Rap lures in natural colours. Bellarine Light Game Sport Fishing Club had a day out on Lake Bullen Merri where members caught Chinook salmon to 1.4kg on pilchard fillet suspended just above the bottom. West Barwon Reservoir produced rainbow trout around 1kg for anglers fishing the rock wall with mudeye under floats or scrub worms on the bottom. Send reports and photos to info@raylongtackle.com. au or facebook.com/raylongfishingworld or visit Chris at Fishing World Geelong, 105 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.


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ANNEXE, free standing, will fit any Toyota or Nissan camper van as now. Brand new electric blow up queen bed and all accessories and poles, cost over $1,500 new, $650. 0401 640 740. CARAVAN, Viscount, 16', registered, good tyres, full annexe, with awning, no leaks, GC. $3,500ono. 0428 394 245.

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Team Leader Penny Miller is expanding and looking to recruit Team Leaders in the following areas: • Anglesea • Highton • Leopold • Point Lonsdale • Queenscliffe • Torquay Do you have great communication skills? Looking for flexibility to work around your family? Have your own transport and internet access? Full training and ongoing support provided.

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

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THAI MASSAGE Deep tissue. 7 days, 10am-8pm. Bookings essential. 76 Mercer Street, Geelong. 5242 8813.

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