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A million memories By BRIDGET COOK

A MAN has been charged following a siege in Narre Warren South on the weekend during which he allegedly made threats to kill police. Officers were called to a house in Sugar Gum Court about 3am on Saturday morning following an alleged domestic violence situation. Police cordoned off the area after reports that an armed, intoxicated man was inside. A woman, who was also inside the house, came out when police arrived and the man followed carrying a baton. Police said the man then allegedly made threats to kill the police officers before retreating back inside. The Critical Incident Response Team was called and tried to negotiate with the 47-year-old man. The siege went on for more than an hour during which time the man allegedly threatened to release two Rottweiler dogs on police and said he had a firearm. The man came out of the house with the baton again and police were able to Taser and arrest him. The man has been charged and remanded in custody. Ron and Nita Chapman celebrated their diamond wedding Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS anniversary last week. 120272

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been a highlight and we’ve enjoyed life as it’s gone along with our family.” Mrs Chapman said she felt the same. “Family is everything,” she said. “We’ve had our highs and lows throughout the years, but so does everybody. “With so many of us, we’ve just enjoyed life as it has gone along.” Both Mr and Mrs Chapman have had their fair share of health troubles over the years and said being able to celebrate 60 years together

POLICE charged a man this week following an armed robbery in Cranbourne in April during which two teens allegedly had a meat cleaver pulled on them. A 24-year-old man from Bayswater was charged and remanded to appear in Melbourne Magistrates’ Court at a later date. The charges come after an armed robbery on two Cranbourne boys, aged 16 and 17-years-old, in the rotunda in Greg Clydesdale Square on Friday 18 April. It was alleged the man pulled out a meat cleaver and stole the teens’ mobile phone, some cash and a Southern Star mountain bike from one of the victims.

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Ron and Nita Chapman on their wedding day on 22 May 1954. “We all strive to be like them,” she said. “It’s amazing that we are able to celebrate the occasion with them. “The last couple of years they’ve both had their health issues so we value every day we have with them.”

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was very special. “It’s just marvellous to make this occasion and get that far,” Mrs Chapman said. “Not many people are lucky enough to celebrate it. “When I went in for an operation last week, as they always say, they told me there’s always a risk that I might not make it through it. “I just said that I’ve got to make it to the 22 May!” Their daughter Debra said her parents had been an inspiration to them all.

POLICE are trying to locate the owners of two bikes which were found dumped in Narre Warren last week. The two bikes were left on the front lawn of a house in Peveril Court on Thursday 22 May and do not match the description of any bikes reported stolen. One of the bikes is a blue Paranoia Huffy BMX and the other is a black Trixter Southern Star BMX. Anyone with information about the bikes owners can contact Constable David Harrison at Narre Warren Police Station on 9705 3111.

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SINCE meeting at the Bentleigh train station in 1948, Ron and Nita Chapman’s relationship has been full steam ahead. And the Cranbourne North couple proved that they have been on the right track as they celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Thursday 22 May. The lovebirds met on Saturday 10 January 1948 when Mr Chapman accompanied his friend to the station as he was planning to meet up with Nita’s cousin. It is a decision he is very happy he made after he managed to secure himself a date with Nita to the movies that night. “It all just developed from there and we continued to see each other,” Mr Chapman said. The couple married on 22 May 1954 at the Pioneers Presbyterian Church, Cheltenham. They moved into their first home together where they remained for the next 47 years before moving to Cranbourne North 13 years ago. They had eight children together - Graeme, Lynette, Cheryl, Leanne, Debra, Dean, Andrea and Sharyn and now also have 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Both Ron and Nita said there were a number of key elements to their happy marriage but family was the major one. “Compatibility and working together is a big factor in a successful marriage,” Mr Chapman said. “But family has brought so much joy to our life. “Put it this way, you don’t have to have a million dollars in the bank to be a millionaire. “Our whole life together has


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Abduction attempt fails By BRIDGET COOK A CRANBOURNE father says his son has been stripped of his freedom to ride to school, after a man tried to lure him into his car with lollies last week. An 11-year-old Cranbourne boy was approached by a suspicious man in a car along Cherryhills Drive about 3.45pm on Thursday 15 May. Police said the man offered the boy a lolly, which he refused, and then called out ‘come here’. The boy, who was riding his scooter home from school, rode off and ran into his home just 40 metres down the road. The boy’s father Peter, who did not want his last name used, said they were so relieved that their son knew what to do in that situation. “He said he knew it was a bad man straight away,” he said. “He quickly rode home and the man screeched off when he saw him come inside. “You think you’re in a good, safe

neighbourhood and then something like this happens. “My son was very shaken up after it, and so are we.” Peter said they would no longer let their son ride to school. “We’ve just started letting him ride his bike or scooter to school,” he said. “We gave him that freedom and independence. “He’s a really active and fit kid and loved being able to ride to school, so it’s a shame that freedom has been taken away from him because of this.” Peter urged other parents and children to keep an eye out for any suspicious behaviour and report anything to police. Casey CIU First Constable Leanne Marshall said police were seeking any witnesses to this incident or anyone who might be able to assist in identifying this man. “My message to parents is that it is obviously an issue of concern, however be vigilant and if they see anyone

The man was driving a white 1988 or 1989 Ford XF ute with a canopy. matching this description of the male depicted to contact Crime Stoppers,” she said. “If something similar occurs, my advice to children is to seek assistance from someone nearby and to call triple zero straight away.” The man was described as about

45 years old, possibly Middle Eastern, with a long brown/grey beard, brown eyes, a gold earring in his left ear and wearing a black shirt. The man was driving a white 1988 or 1989 Ford XF ute with a canopy. He was last seen driving along Brookland Greens Boulevard, towards

Toilet move set in motion for Selandra Rise estate By BRIDGET COOK THE City of Casey will relocate a public toilet in Selandra Rise estate after residents continued to kick up a stink over its location. Casey councillors went against the officer’s recommendation at last week’s council meeting and resolved to move the problem toilet at a cost of $61,000. Home owners along Selandra Boulevard were angered to see a public toilet being built in Heritage Park, opposite their home, in March after more than eight months of fighting to have the location changed. More than 20 people signed a petition

in April calling for the council to relocate the toilet to a more central location in the park and away from homes - something the council agreed to investigate. A report came back to the meeting last week and council officers recommended that the toilet remain in its current location and that additional screen planting be undertaken around it to the value of $2000. Instead Mayor Geoff Ablett lead a push to have the toilet relocated. “We had some savings, we can afford to move it but what I want to do is consult with people,” he said. “This has constant stress, anxiety and

angst for people who have paid for an expensive block opposite the toilet.” Resident Ann Sergides said she was thrilled to hear the toilet would be moved. “I’m impressed with the mayor taking into account how we felt, how much this upset us and that we were misled over the location of the toilet,” she said. “We were ready to pack up and move because of this whole situation, so now we feel a lot better that our concerns have been addressed.” Ms Sergides said residents were not aware of the toilet location when they purchased the land.

Police have released an image of a man they wish to speak to in relation to an attempted abduction in Cranbourne. Cranbourne-Frankston Road. Anyone with information is urged to contact First Const Marshall on 9705 3121 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Attack leaves teen in hospital A YOUNG man was left with a broken nose and possible broken jaw after being bashed by a group of men in Cranbourne North on the weekend. The 18-year-old man from Endeavour Hills got off the train at Merinda Park Railway Station at 8.10pm on Saturday night. Police said he saw a group of about eight males fighting among themselves in the car park. One of the men questioned him about what he was looking at

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Backyard bandit A MAN entered a Eumemmerring backyard and demanded money from a resident on Monday. At about 12 noon, a man walked through an unlocked side gate of a house in Riverview Crescent and approached a 59-year-old woman in the backyard. He demanded money from the victim, before running off empty-handed. The man was described as 150cm tall, with olive skin, wearing a black baseball cap and dark clothing. Anyone with information or who saw a suspicious male in the area at the time is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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According to the mayor Geoff Ablett (Taxing Times, News, 22 May), Casey needs a rates increase of 6.3 per cent to provide the infrastructure for a population growth rate of 120 new residents each week. The mayor believes this will help “future proof the city” from any compromise on our essential services. I would like to inform the mayor of Casey that population growth inevitably places pressure on any city’s infrastructure, especially when that city, such as Casey, has no population policy. Population growth means that taxes will always need to be raised to maintain our basic community services. The quality of life for residents, as well as our essential service levels, is compromised by population growth. We now know that population growth is one of the key drivers behind green house emissions and pollution. Pollution reduces the quality of the air we breathe and spreads allergens and health problems throughout the community. Growth means more traffic congestion and waste management problems. Moreover, where will all the new Casey residents get employment mayor Ablett? The Coalition in Victoria has budgeted for an unemployment rate of 6.25 per cent in Victoria. Roy Morgan research, however, shows that the rate of underemployment is really more than twice this figure and that consumer confidence has plummeted since the Abbott/ Hockey Federal Budget was announced? Isn’t it time that Casey developed a population policy based on what growth rates will be sustainable into the future? Or will our councillors leave their heads

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Even the balloons were smiling at the Balla Balla Community Centre’s Biggest Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS Morning Tea last week. 120812 in the sand on the most important issue impacting on our quality of life? John Glazebrook, Endeavour Hills.

Anger rises We the residents of Kiandra Mews, Hampton Park, are very angry that the City of Casey rates have gone up by 6.3 per cent. These completely ridiculous rates are just sky-rocketing. In the past 10 years the rates have gone up by more than 300 per cent. No one can earn a salary or pension to that level of percentage in a lifetime. Why must the ratepayers in established areas pay increased rates for newly developed areas. Instead developers and builders must pay to councils a stipulated amount to cover council rates for 10-15 years thereby there will be no burden on the ratepayers for those years. Secondly, all council assets - stadiums, parks, ovals, libraries, buildings - have been

paid for by the millions and millions of dollars of rate payers’ money. These assets can be privatised and the money can be used to pay for any investment in community services, thereby lifting the burden of us ratepayers. We call upon all ratepayers in the City of Casey to fight this ongoing increase in rates every year with no end in sight by refusing to pay your rates until a solution is found. Last but not least, why do we need 79 councils in this small state of Victoria. Amalgamate councils to just 10-15 councils. Councils are bleeding residents. In the City of Casey we have three offices, one CEO, six directors, 26 managers and that’s not counting the mayor, councillors, staff and field personnel. Also the cars, registration and fuel being paid for by the ratepayer. If we take into account all personnel in all councils in Victoria, they outnumber the staff and personnel of the Federal and State governments. Dunstan Girton, Hampton Park.

Socially Speaking In relation to Taxing Times (News, 22 May): MAYOR Geoff Ablett says that he understood the financial pressures facing residents. He has no idea of the pressures we ratepayers face. Does he not understand that since he has been our representative in council that my rates have increased over 21 per cent? Does he not know that this extra 6 per cent increase will hurt us. We are not fools Mr Mayor. Megan Jeemans, Cranbourne, via web.

In relation to Clyde’s No-go Zone (News, 22 May): CASEY councillors are always talking about a ’20 minute neighbourhood’. Now they are investigating stopping the creation of jobs in this designated industrial area which will allow Casey residents to access work close to their homes. Bert, via web. In relation to You’re Terminated (News, 15 May): WHEN people are losing their jobs and unable to pay their

bills, some councillors think spending over $100 million dollars on building another council building is a good policy. They really are out of touch with the families of Casey who are feeling pressure from the increased cost of living and pressure on jobs. If any state candidate asks for money from either the Labor or the Liberals, voters should not vote for them. Arthur Billing, via web.


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MP’s campaign not welcomed By BRIDGET COOK THE City of Casey has attacked Cranbourne’s MP over a postcard he sent to the electorate criticising the council for what he said was misspending. Cranbourne MP Jude Perera sent a postcard to each registered voter in his electorate urging them to sign it and send to the Premier, claiming that ‘Casey council should spend our money on us’. The postcard criticises local government for wasting money and, in particular, Casey for hiring an Arnold Schwarzenegger impersonator to promote the Casey Cultural Precinct at a cost of $950. The postcard promotes Labor’s proposed policy announced this month to force councils to cap their rates at the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and justify any further increases. The council has hit back at Mr Perera this week, saying he was poorly informed about the facts. Mr Perera said rather than attack him for standing up for Casey ratepayers, the council should be looking at ways to cut costs. “I will not step back from standing up for ratepayers par-

ticularly from a council that spent ratepayer’s money on celebrity impersonators,” he said. Councillor Sam Aziz said the attack was a bit rich coming from Mr Perera, who was a member of the Bracks and Brumby government which wasted billions of dollars on an unused desalination plant and was responsible for the Myki transport ticketing system. “Two clear examples of wasting not just thousands, or even millions of dollars, but billions of dollars,” he said. Cr Aziz said while the council does not have a formal position on Labor’s proposal to cap rates, the council supported the advocacy undertaken by the Municipal Association of Victoria and the Victorian Local Governance Association against this proposal. “These positions point out that in an environment of costs rising faster than CPI, costshifting from state and federal government to local government and freezing of the Federal Grants Commission funds to local government for the next three years at the 2013 level, the financial sustainability of local government needs rate increases higher than CPI,” he said. “The proposal to cap rates is

a populist and poorly researched policy position designed to appeal to the hip-pocket of voters. “The inclusion of reference to council’s promotional methods for the proposed fantastic new multi-use community, cultural and civic precinct is a poor attempt to characterise as waste an entertaining video that cost only $950 to produce.” Councillor Wayne Smith said it was not unusual for projects of the Casey Cultural Precinct’s size to engage highprofile ambassadors to assist with advocacy and increase awareness. “Council is responsibly and entertainingly promoting the best arts and theatre complex which will be developed in Melbourne’s south-east and which will be used by theatre groups and numerous schools for school productions and speech nights instead of having to travel outside the municipality to more distant locations,” he said. “Mr Perera needs to understand the needs of the community better and also to understand that promotion of such a complex will actually enhance the financial operation of the complex.”

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By CAM LUCADOU-WELLS AN ENDEAVOUR Hills man has been convicted and ordered to do 300 hours of unpaid community work after a spate of trafficking and driving offences. In Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on Monday, Michael James Karam, 26, pleaded guilty to more than 30 charges, including 12 counts of driving during a six-month licence suspension period in 2012 and 2013. During the time he was twice detected speeding at least 20 km/h over the speed limit. The court was told that on several occasions he had told police he had driven while suspended because he had not wanted to ask anyone else to drive him to his night shift work. Karam was also charged with trafficking, possession and use of amphetamines, and several counts of possessing gammahydroxybutyrate (GHB) and methamphetamines (ice). He had admitted to police that he used all of the substances during his arrests. The court was told his unregistered car contained 15 car keys - all from different vehicles - as well as a bottle of GHB and 0.8 grams of ice after being intercepted at Hampton Park shopping centre in August. On 18 December 2012, Karam - while his licence was suspended - fell asleep behind the wheel on Monash Freeway, his car veering right and mounting the steel dividing barrier.

Magistrate Jack Vandersteen said if not for his guilty plea, Karam would have been jailed for 12 months. Karam was also fined $500 for failing to wear a seatbelt and using a mobile phone while driving. Mr Vandersteen was encouraged by Karam being forthright about his drug use, had no prior convictions, was not estranged from family and still had a job. Up to 100 hours of Karam’s community work could be deducted in lieu of drug treatment and rehabilitation. Karam’s night curfew was removed but was warned to beware “when the shackles come off”. “It’s a very slippery slope in regards to those drugs you’ve used,” Mr Vandersteen said. He warned Karam to stay away from his past “associates”. “I would bet your mum has never told you to use drugs,” he said. Karam replied: “I realised that too late.” Mr Vandersteen said he had previously had a “great deal of confidence” in another accused that he’d assigned to a similar community work order last week but that order was breached within a few days. Mr Vandersteen ordered the destruction of the seized drugs and paraphernalia including glass pipes, a knife and several mobile phones containing texts which suggested drug deals.

A NEW Narre Warren legal service specialising in family violence incidents will have no choice but to close its doors if the Federal Government follows through on its planned budget cuts, a leading solicitor from the group says. The new Narre Warren office of the Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service, officially opened in Victor Crescent in March but operating since last year, is in jeopardy of closing down after the Commonwealth Government announced plans to cease funding previously guaranteed to the service through a four-year agreement which started last year. Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service Principal Solicitor Vera Hardiman said under the agreement the service was promised funding until 2017, currently used towards the operating cost of its Narre Warren office, but which now looks set to stop as of 30 June 2015. It comes as this month’s Federal Budget also foreshadowed a further $6 million in cuts from community legal services. Ms Hardiman said the closure of the Narre Warren office would significantly reduce the number of people the service could help locally. “With the growing population and the incredible local level of need, we need to expand, rather than shrink,” she said. “Our centre faces the closure of its new Narre Warren branch office, which means a cut in services to local residents. “Without the office, we would have to return to renting a room from a local agency for one or two days per week, to see clients in the Narre Warren area. This would significantly reduce the number of people we could help locally.” Ms Hardiman, who works at the Narre Warren office three days a week, said the new facility had already been able to service a great number of people

Casey Cardinia Community Legal Service Principal Solicitor Vera Hardiman fears the service’s new Narre Warren office will be forced to shut down if the Federal Government follows through with its proposed budget cuts. Picture: DONNA OATES in the Casey community in a short space of time. “A lot of people are saying they really love the location that we’re in, in a building where there are other services that also refer their clients to us, disability services,” she said. La Trobe MP Jason Wood said the government was considering options for future legal assistance arrangements from 1 July 2015 that will be in line with the findings of the Productivity Commission’s inquiry into access to justice ar-

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Making the cuppas count By BRIDGET COOK MORE than 100 people turned out in Cranbourne last week to make their cuppa count as part of the Biggest Morning Tea. The Balla Balla Community Centre hosted a fund-raising event on Tuesday 20 May and managed to raise about $1700. The money will go to the Cancer Council for cancer prevention, research and support services. One of the organisers, Jo Hall, said the event was a huge success. “Maree Cullinan, manager at Balla Balla, and a team of volunteers organised all the details, providing catering, table service and administration activities to ensure a successful day,” she said. “The event went remarkably smoothly and was declared a resounding success with dollars raised and the

satisfaction of those attending. “MC Rita Hartney ensured an upbeat program with her dynamic and witty personality. “Guest speaker Kate Welk had the audience’s full attention with her entertaining and emotional personal cancer story and guest entertainer, singer Jessie Asadur, enchanted the audience with her melodious voice.” Ms Hall said they had received great feedback from all those who attended. “The attendees wholeheartedly embraced the spirit of the day, generously supporting raffles and the ‘best tea cup’ competition,” she said. “Feedback received on the day was very positive and the quality of morning tea was a highlight.” Ms Hall thanked businesses Whoops a Daisy Florist and Wicked Sensations for sponsoring the event.

Volunteers, back row, Emma O’Byrne, Ann Pathmasiri, Glenice Hassan, Judy Coombs, Margaret Slee, Bernie Weiss, Maree Cullinan, Dale Walkley, Beryl Craig, Leonie Wilson, front row, Shannon Butler, Pauline Nichols, Jo Hall, Christine Archer and Carol Cole helped make the event possible. Pictures: STEWART CHAMBERS

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Set for perfect presentation By BRIDGET COOK THE atmosphere in the Narre Warren North Hall each Thursday morning for the past few weeks has been electric. That is because rehearsals are now underway for the inaugural Rotary Club of Casey Presentation Ball for people with a disability who have never had the opportunity to be involved in such an event before. The smiles in the room were infectious – from the participants working hard to learn their dance moves to the organisers who watched on to see how much joy it has brought to people’s lives already. The initiative all came about after a representative from the City of Casey and disability service provider Scope visited The Rotary Club of Casey and asked if it could run a presentation ball for people with a disability. Since then, preparations have been in full swing in the lead up to the big night on Saturday 30 August at Cardinia Cultural Centre. A number of businesses and organisations have thrown their support behind the event already including dance director Simone Robbins who runs the rehearsals for free, Imij Hair who has offered to do participants’ hair and a number of make-up artist who are ready to get the women dolled up. A member of the Casey Rotary Club will arrange the formal wear for those involved and Narre Warren North Hall is not charging for the use. There are already 27 people, ranging from 21 to 88-years-old who have signed up to take part from disability service providers across Casey, Cardinia and Greater Dandenong including Scope, Yooralla, The Bridge, Outlook and Wallara. Lynne Westland, chairwoman of the organising committee and member of Casey Rotary, said so far the event has

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brought as much joy to those involved in the organising as it has to the participants. “The ball is an opportunity for people with a disability to participate in a high profile event which is focused on improving health and wellbeing, enhancing confidence and self-esteem and providing an opportunity to gain new friendships,” she said. “This will have ongoing and lasting benefits.

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This well-built quality home set on a large 810 square metre block (approximate) is a must-see. With open plan family/ kitchen/meals, it has a separate formal lounge and an enclosed dining area which could be a study or fourth bedroom. It has a spacious laundry with ample cupboard space. The impressive master bedroom has a large walk-in robe and full ensuite. The property boasts a large double garage with internal and backyard access. The yard outside is immaculate with mature feature gardens surrounding the sensational inground pool. Other extras include gas ducted heating, quality stainless steel kitchen appliances, dishwasher, pantry, ample storage and breakfast bar all overlooking the backyard and pool area. It ticks all the boxes and you will amaze friends and family when you entertain them this summer. Don’t miss out on starting your family dream coming true - inspect now.

Price: $439,950 Contact: Katie Maloney, 0437 284 449 or Simon Murphy, 0431 059 908 HODGES, CRANBOURNE, 5996 5993

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BARRY PLANT, HAMPTON PARK - 8787 8755 Cranbourne 1 Emoh Close Hampton Park 23A Winnima Avenue Hampton Park 14 Tiarne Crescent Cranbourne 14 Murray Court Hampton Park 29 Ivan Crescent Hampton Park 29 Kerrison Drive Lynbrook 156 Paterson Drive Hampton Park 76 Lesley Drive Lynbrook 3 Chauncy Way Lynbrook 36 Blue Range Crescent Cranbourne West 3 Ceres Way

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BARRY PLANT, CRANBOURNE - 5996 1666 Hallam 11 More Road Clyde North 14 Jutland Close Clyde North 12 Jutland Close Hallam 1-3 Old Gunns Court Lynbrook 3 Durack Avenue Cranbourne 2 Berwick Cranbourne Road Clyde North 58 Selandra Blvd Cranbourne 60 Willora Crescent Cranbourne 36 Ferndown Drive Cranbourne 2/8 Banks Road Junction Village 1 Jennifer St Cranbourne North 18 Lansell Drive Cranbourne West 10 Dickens Street

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BRIAN SOUTER, DROUIN - 5625 2877 Drouin 35 Lyndhurst Square Drouin 11 Tulloch Street

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BRIAN SOUTER, DROUIN - 5625 2877 Drouin 4 White Gum Court Drouin 28 Bennett Street Drouin 37 Ferris Street Drouin 20 Hatfield Drive Drouin 15 Robin Hood Way Drouin 64 Kamanari Court Longwarry 57 Drouin Road Bunyip 16 Mary Street Bunyip 8 Mary Street Longwarry 41 Kennedy Street

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HARVEST REALTY, HAMPTON PARK - 8787 8498 Narre Warren 2 Honeyeater Grove Hampton Park 18 Bateman Grove Hampton Park 36 General Joshua Drive Noble Park North 1/58 Elonera Road Endeavour Hills 1 Nyora Close Hallam Unit 6/ 35-37 Belgrave Hallam Road Hampton Park 8 Ellindale Close

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HODGES, CRANBOURNE - 5996 5993 Cranbourne West 7 Stocks Drive Cranbourne North 6 Datura Court Cranbourne 5 Lochgreen View Blind Bight 5 Egret Court Cranbourne North 3 Fieldstone Crescent Cranbourne West 25 John Russell Road Pearcedale 2/84 Pearcedale Road Cranbourne West 18 Comte Close Warneet 8 Corandirk Street

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HODGES, CRANBOURNE - 5996 5993 Pearcedale 2 Hastings Street Carrum Downs 3 Raven Close

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HARCOURTS, CRANBOURNE - 5991 2777 Cranbourne 2/6 Delmont Court Hallam 15 Eye Bright Square Cranbourne 43 Fairbairn Avenue Cranbourne 10 Caroline Crescent Cranbourne 2/14 Russell Street Cranbourne 5 Curnow Court Cranbourne 20 Hazelwood Avenue Cranbourne East 11 Peisley Crescent Cranbourne West 8 Scarbourough Avenue Cranbourne 6 Black Wattle Way Botanic Ridge 46 Seaview Drive Cranbourne 5 Barkly Street Warneet 76 Rutherford Parade Botanic Ridge 19 Bellis Circuit Cranbourne East 13 Oak Post Place Warneet 10 Elimatta street Cranbourne East 13 Oak Post Place Cranbourne West 49 Taplan Crescent Cannons Creek 48 Hardy Avenue

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LJ HOOKER, CRANBOURNE – 5996 4777 Cranbourne West 19 Stephellen Way Clyde North 6 Hackney circuit Cannons Creek 29 Glenalva Parade Seaford 10/1 Young Street Hampton Park 47 Cumberland Chase

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Private Sale Saturday 11:30am - 12:00pm Price Offers Over $495,000 Inspect Saturday Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Ben Doughton 0431 163 189 Donna Probert 0439 987 391

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Display Home Quality - A Must See! Consisting of 4 large bedrooms plus a study, or great reading room, generous size master with wir, full ensuite, his & hers vanities as well as a separate toilet, 2 separate living areas, one of which has been converted into a theatre room, fully equipped modern hostess kitchen with walk in pantry, s/s kitchen appliances, dishwasher & Caesar stone benchtops. Pull back the triple stack timber doors & find the outdoor Alfresco dining area, perfect for those summer evenings. Other highlights include the ducted heating, evaporative cooling & a double garage on remote control.

Only 1 year old! Situated in the a very quiet position and overlooking the Ranfurlie Golf Course is this sensational almost new Metricon home. The home itself comprises four bedrooms, the master being a great size. Complete with ensuite and walk in wardrobes. The home opens up to a massive open plan kitchen, meals and living area. There is also the second living area, or potential theatre room the opens up to the rear deck area. Complete with a double garage with internal access this home will suit if you are looking for size and style.

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Private Sale Price Offers Over $305,000 Inspect Saturday 12:30pm - 1:00pm Office 117 High Street, Cranbourne 5996 5993 Agent Ben Doughton 0431 163 189 Donna Probert 0439 987 391

Private Sale Price $380,000 - $400,000 Inspect Saturday 1:30pm - 2:00pm 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.

Stop Looking - We Have Found It For You! A much loved family friendly home, a terrific design set on a 819m2 approx block. It consists of 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite & wir. Bedroom 2 has an ensuite effect/shared bathroom with bedroom 3. A spacious, light & bright open plan kitchen/meals area with a dishwasher, from there it´s a split level design into the lounge and formal dining area with cathedral ceilings. It has a pergola, backyard access which allows room for the boat, trailer or caravan, separate carport for these toys along with another carport for your car, plus a garage/ workshop which has power.

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Buyers Around $300,000

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13 Redwood Court, Junction Village

The choice is yours, renovate or detonate You have the opportunity to extend on the existing home which consists of two bedrooms, a combined bathroom/laundry and double carport where you can add your finishing touches to your dream home. OR Start with a blank canvas and build your family home in this ideal court location, with a large 650m2 block Approx. (stca) Located only minutes away from Cranbourne shops, schools, and major highway.

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Price: $379,000

By Appointment Emil Sawiris 0411 886 807 Berwick 49 High Street 9707 2000

Contact: Jerry Wu, 0402 741 611 HARVEST REALTY, HAMPTON PARK, 8787 8498

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INTRODUCING an ideal property for a family looking for everyday comfort. THIS fully fenced house offers three bedrooms plus study, master with full ensuite and walk-in robe, two bathrooms, two toilets, a living area, a family zone, a meals area, internal and external kitchens and a double lock-up garage with internal access. Other inclusions include ducted heating, built-in wardrobe, dishwasher, garden shed, water tank, and pergola for the outdoor entertaining area. It’s just an inviting home you can move straight into. Located close to local schools, shops, public transport, South Gippsland Highway and other amenities Hampton Park could offer, this opportunity will not sit idle too long. Call the agent now - inspection will impress.

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OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS CRANBOURNE

$369,000

CRANBOURNE

$600,000

BAYLES

$580,000

BUNYIP

$529,950

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FOR SALE

FOR SALE

NEW LISTING

MAIN ROAD EXPOSURE (213085) * Retail Shop * 52 sqm * Business 1 Zone * Currently leased @ $16,320 p.a. net * 2x2x2 year lease from August 2012 * Set in one of the fastest growth areas in Victoria

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

SEMI-RURAL RETREAT (213353) 9.5 acre, 3 bedroom plus study or 4 bedroom, 2 bathrooms. Large living room adjacent to separate dining. Gas fire place & Coonara, plus 2kw of solar power. Stock ramp with crush. Fenced to 4 paddocks. Dam & tank water. 10mX6m work shop & 3 car carport. Pigeon quarters,10 kennels. Call Jason Brown 0423768 424

“THE HIDE AWAY” (214135) Horse property with a great setup, boasting 3 Bedroom 1 bathroom home. Fenced to 3 paddocks with water & hot wire. 2 large 14ft x 10ft stables with tack & feed room. 38m X 22m arena with great drainage. 5,000m2 block. With spectacular views of the valley An inspection is a must!!

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

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

“EVANS PARK” - CRANBOURNE’S NEWEST BUSINESS VILLAGE • 3 x Retail shops 220sqm (apx). • Join proposed Woolworths, 7-11 & Gym • 3 x Fast food shops 54,64 & 91sqm (apx). • Large growing Residential Catchment Area • Café available 120sqm Call Now to Secure Your Position in this • Due for completion August 2014 Future Retail Hotspot!

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OFFICE OPEN 7 DAYS BOTANIC RIDGE

$529,950 BOTANIC RIDGE

$549,950 CRANBOURNE

$249,950

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ADD UP THE PLUSES BE QUICK BOTANIC RIDGE

THE KEYS TO YOUR HEART!

GREAT CENTRAL UNIT

(214105) Excellent 4 BR home set on a 769m² approx. block in Botanic Ridge Estate. Built by quality builders with huge lounge & dining, huge games/rumpus room, sensational kitchen, ensuite & walk in robe to master, ducted heating and evaporative cooling plus heaps more. Outside there is an alfresco area and double garage & a big workshop in back yard.

(214129) This iconic home comprises Gallery style kitchen, quality stainless steel appliances. 5 bedrooms all with robes, WWC or Polished Floors, Master suite is situated to the rear of the home. A children’s retreat & cinema room centrally located complete this home, down lights internally and externally, evaporative cooling and ducted heating.

(214120) Certainly one of the best presented units in the area, Good size bedrooms, well appointed Kitchen, huge lounge room, with split system heating and cooling ,solar power(keeps the bills down) excellent outdoor alfresco area plus heaps more. Certainly the best value unit at this current time.

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$299,950 CRANBOURNE

$299,000 CRANBOURNE BUYERS OVER $470,000

THIS IS THE ONE FOR YOU!

5 MINUTE WALK - LEAVE THE CAR

OVER ½ ACRE & WALK TO ALL FACILITIES

(214103) Cranbourne Central location, generous 628m² approx. block. 3 bedrooms, master with (semi ensuite) , BIR to all bedrooms, feature open fireplace plus split system heating and cooling, spacious kitchen with wall oven, gas cooktop and dishwasher. Outdoors pergola patio area. Lockup garage plus carport facilities.

(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.

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

JUNCTION VILLAGE

$469,950 CRANBOURNE NORTH

$359,950

Suburban Block with Acreage

NEW LISTING

Views. (214119) In Junction Village is this family home on a massive 880m2 block. Features such as 4 bedroom plus study a 3 car garage. Full ensuite. Formal lounge/parents retreat, family room & separate dining. Gas fire place,

BIG BLOCK, BIG HOME

ducted heating & Evap cooling. Huge pergola

(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.

area great for any size family and to entertain all your friends.

CRANBOURNE NORTH

$292,000 CRANBOURNE NORTH

$325,000 HALLAM

$369,950

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NEW LISTING

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THE VALUE STARTS HERE

FAMILY FOUR BEDDER

(214032) 3 bedroom home offering WWC and BIR to all, living room with laminate flooring, neat and functional kitchen and meals area. 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.

(214131) Fantastic 4 Bedroom two bathroom home, two separate & large living areas, full ensuite to master bedroom. Ducted heating & split system cooling, large tassie oak kitchen with underbench oven & dishwasher. Paved patio/pergola area, double brick garage. safe court location & approx 695m² block. Inspections by appt only.

(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.

CRANBOURNE BUYERS OVER $245,000 CRANBOURNE EAST

$359,900 CRANBOURNE NORTH

$319,950

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

WALL TO WALL VALUE - CENTRAL

A Brindalee Beauty !

ISN’T THIS A BEAUTY

(214112) Features 2 large bedrooms, excellent well-appointed kitchen, quality carpets and floor coverings, good size bathrooms and laundry and lovely outside alfresco area fully paved. Situated just moments’ walk to schools, train station, shopping centre and doctors. Rest assured if you’re looking for a quality unit at a realistic price then this is it.

(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.

(214136) Modern and trendy inside, 3 bedrooms full ensuite to the master, gas heating, and cooking plus split system in master, LED down lights, floating timber floors and quality carpets, outdoors we have a decked pergola area with lock up double garage on a 670m² (approx.) block. Handy for transport, schools and shops.

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Cranbourne North 1 Lawless Drive

Cranbourne North 28 Horsfield Street

Cranbourne West 49 Taplan Crescent

Cranbourne North 20 Hazelwood Avenue,

Ideal for private practice (S.T.P.A).One of the most versatile sort after corner locations in the precinct and directly opposite one of the busiest commercial strips.This home consists of a big open living floor plan, combined kitchen and meals 3 bedrooms, central bathroom and cathedral ceilings.

This immaculate home offers modern kitchen, 3 bedrooms master with full ensuite and WIR s. Formal lounge, spacious meals area with second living. Unique features of the home include wider cornices, detailed architraves, ducted heating, DLUG with rear access, all this with a large private landscaped backyard.

This Home includes 3 bedrooms with BIR including the master suite with WIR & 2nd bath equipped ensuite that complements the family bathroom & combined laundry. Includes, ducted heating, split system air conditioner that ensures year round comfort, & the single car garage with internal and side access for caravan and/or boat.

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.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $310,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158

For Sale By Negotiation Over $350,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158 E andrew.cassimaty@harcourts.com.au

For Sale By Negotiation View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 3:00pm - 3:30pm Waseem Asif M 0433 880 999

For Sale by Negotiation over $299,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 12.00 pm - 12.30 pm Waseem Asif M 0433 880 999

Cranbourne North

20 ACRES

19 Foxglove Court

Calling All Golfers!!!!!!!!! This immaculate red brick classic is touched with the engaging warmth of Federation-inspired elements. You can apply to have rear gate access to this highly regarded golf course.

Cranbourne East 13 Oak Post Place

Cantani 35 Walshes Road

This home has 4 bedrooms with ensuite & WIR to master, large kitchen/meals & family room, with a large rumpus/ home theatre room plus. BIG BONUS is the large 566m2 block which includes double garage with rear access to backyard undercover entertainment or boat/caravan storage.

Priced to sell is this equestrian dream on 20 acres situated oh so close to the new racecourse in Tynong. Acting quickly to beat the rush the astute purchaser will relish in the potential of the large family home and get excited about the horse facilities including huge 13.5m x 40m stable block, horse wash & swim, round yard, shedding, day yards and your own race track.

Master bedrooms includes ensuite & large WIR, 2 two bedrooms are fitted with robes,single lock up garage, ducted heating & cooling, hallway storage, ornate cornices and landscaped gardens. Schools and shopping strips are all within easy reach. Inspect by appointment. For Sale Negotiation over $370,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158 P (03) 5991 2777 Harcourts - Cranbourne

For Sale By Negotiation Over $420,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 2.00 pm to 2.30 pm Andrew MacTaggart M 0418 385 158

For Sale $625,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Andrew Mac Taggart M 0418 385 158

Botanic Ridge 19 Bellis Circuit

Cannons Creek 48 Hardy Avenue

Cranbourne 6 Black Wattle Way

Cranbourne 2/6 Delmont Court

This superb family home offers a complete package, 3 spacious living areas, theatre room, designer kitchen with walk in pantry & double draw dishwasher, open plan family and dining areas, undercover alfresco, 4 large bedrooms & study. Also including ducted heating, cooling, security system & double garage with rear access.

Position and potential so close to the water and parks is very hard to find in this sought after tightly held address. A variety of options awaits the lucky purchaser of this solid 2 bedroom home needing a little updating. Under instructions property will be sold.

Why Rent! Easy Care Living in Carlisle Park. Awesome 5 year old home with flexible floor plan that allows for open plan living, plus small theatre room or 4th bedroom. With modern décor includes floating floorboards, designer kitchen and outside double garage and 346m2 easy care block.

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 $599,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Sunday 1:30pm - 2:00pm Andrew Mac Taggart M 0418 385 158

For Sale $279,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 3:00pm - 3:30pm Andrew Mac Taggart M 0418 385 158 Harcourts - Cranbourne

For Sale Price by Negotiation View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 1.00 - 1.30 pm Waseem Asif M 0433 880 999

For Sale By Negotiation Over $280,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 11:00am - 11:30am Andrew Cassimaty M 0413 873 158

Cranbourne West

Cranbourne West 8 Scarborough Avenue

Cranbourne 5 Curnow Court

Cranbourne 10 Caroline 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.

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.

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.

For Sale By Negotiation Over $310,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 1.00 to 1.30 pm Leon D’Penha M 0415 205 032

For Sale By Negotiation Over $305,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 12:00pm - 12:30pm Roger Spencer M 0413 087 220

For Sale By Negotiation Over $295,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Open Saturday 11:30am - 12:00pm Roger Spencer M 0413 087 220

18 Taplan Crescent

Quality family home on a 561m2 allotment. Four bedrooms, master bedroom with en-suite and WIR, three other bedrooms with BIR, 2 separate living areas, There are 2 separate living areas, open plan kitchen & dining area that overlooks the large concreted outdoor entertainment area, ducted heating, Breeze-air evaporative cooling system, 5000 Lt water tank and security alarm system. For Sale Price by Negotiation over $355,000 View www.harcourts.com.au Leon D’Penha M 0415 205 032

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Beautiful Federation inspired timber home & garage. Formal & informal living, 4br, master with ensuite & WIR. Polished timber floors, high ceilings & decorative cornice. Lge block. Picket fence, cobblestone paving, asphalt driveway. Fronts Main St & Mary St. Subdivide STCA. Breathtaking views. For Sale $499,000 - $548,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23635 Open Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

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•฀Thriving฀long฀established฀treated฀timber฀business฀(since฀1977) •฀2.2฀acres฀of฀land฀on฀outskirts฀of฀town •฀Situated฀in฀the฀heart฀of฀the฀renowned฀rural฀district฀of฀Fish฀Creek •฀All฀shedding,฀processing฀equip,฀machinery฀&฀sundries฀included •฀Excellent฀sales฀turnover฀&฀profit฀figures •฀Full฀information฀memorandum฀available Price: Offers over $1 million W.I.W.O Contact Don Olden 0417 805 312 Web ID: 6584042

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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. Don’t procrastinate and miss out, arrange your inspection.

675m2 appx block in Drouin Springs Estate. Well designed north facing family home. 4 brms, master with ensuite/WIR, 2 living zones. Quality kitchen, butlers pantry, 1.3m stone island bench, breakfast bar, 900mm 5 burner cooker & DW. Dbl remote garage, yard access. North facing portico.

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

With a formal lounge with split system air conditioning, bright, tiled kitchen with a dishwasher and meals area, separate family room opening out onto the paved patio and big backyard, four good size bedrooms all with robes, full ensuite, gas ducted heating, remote double garage with rear access.

11 Tulloch Street

For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $350,000

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 Cranbourne 59964777

For Sale $349,000 - $375,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VDN23722 Open Saturday 10.00am - 10.30am Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 Harcourts Drouin

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DOVETON

$369,000

With 17.98sq of living space this outstanding family accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 toilets, contemporary open plan kitchen with meals area, formal lounge, single garage with internal access to the main home, ducted heating, dishwasher, stainless steel appliances and water tank. Located close to Dandenong Plaza, local schools and public transport, contact the agent now to secure this fantastic opportunity. Mars Salazar 0431 400 889

HAMPTON PARK

$330,000+

HALLAM

$380,000

HAMPTON PARK

$360,000

NOBLE PARK NORTH $280,000+

6/35-37 Belgrave Hallam Road

36 General Joshua Drive

1/58 Elonera Road

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 approx. 612m2, this property offers 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, living, dining and family 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 for more details! Travis Chong 0433 409 764

Look no further when it comes to convenience. This two bedroom unit features built in robes, heating and cooling, a single carport and garden shed. Just moments away from local reserves, Waverley Garden ,Oakwood School, the Monash freeway and Princes Highway. With a bus stop right in front, this property is not to be missed! Contact our office to register your interests and for more details before it is too late!

Vincent Djuang 0411 363 322

LYNBROOK

$650,000+

NARRE WARREN

$650,000+

Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

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) 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!

5 bedrooms, master with WIR and FES, double shower& spa bath, BIRs in other bedrooms, rumpus room, formal lounge/ dining area, a timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances, double remote garage with internal access, ducted AC, video intercom doorbell, ceiling fans, feature walls, a large decking surrounding the in-ground pool, and landscaped gardens. Full bathroom & with toilet and shower at downstairs. Call the agent now to arrange your private tour.

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 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. Call now to enquire!

Vincent Djuang 0411 363 322

Mars Salazar 0431 400 889

Jerry Wu 0402 741 611

Travis Chong 0433 409 764

Travis Chong 0433 409 764

8 Ellindale Close

22 Enterprise Avenue, HAMPTON PARK

$ 300,000+

$400,000+

2 Honeyeater Grove

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Hampton Park 47 Cumberland Chase

Cannons Creek 29 Glenalva Parade

Seaford 10/1 Young Street

Central to everything! 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 31st May 11.30-12.00pm

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 $285,000 Plus View Saturday 31st May 1.30-2.00pm

A MODERN MASTERPIECE A delightful 2 bedroom Unit with all the Modern Cons. Immaculate Home with nothing to do, so just move in. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $350,000 View Saturday 31st May 11.00-11.20am

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 Cranbourne 59964777

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Don’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover Beautifully displayed throughout and nestled amongst the flora and fauna. This 2 bedroom home offers two living areas on a 858m2 block of land. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $330,000 View Saturday 31st May 12.30-1.00pm

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Debbie Manuel 0409 528 411 Cranbourne 59964777

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Clyde North 6 Hackney Circuit

Cranbourne West 19 Stephellen Way

Narre Warren South 8 The Quays

Cranbourne 29 Earlston Circuit

Just one year young! Selandra Rise!! With an ultra modern kitchen that overlooks a spacious open plan living area, gas ducted heating, full ensuite, alfresco and a double garage. For Sale Price Guide Price On Application View Saturday 31st May 11.00-11.30am

A Complete Family Package Perfect 4 bed family home on a 600m2 block, 2 sep living areas, central kitchen, ducted gas heating, full ensuite and a double garage with rear access. For Sale Price Guide $355,000 Plus View Saturday 31st May 12.00 - 12.30pm

Oasis in Berwick Springs Four bedroom home with the master bedroom having an ensuite and walk in robe. It has open plan living, along with a large outdoor entertainment area. For Sale Price Guide Buyers Over $470,000

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Neville Benjamin 0402 116 035 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

119 High Street

Sid Sethi 0402 627 723 Cranbourne 59964777

Darren Saxon 0418 341 722 119 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. For Sale $350,000 Plus Buyers

• NO progress payments No repayments* • House and Land Package 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

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For Sale $350,000 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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CALLING ALL GOLFERS PRESENTED to impress, this immaculate red brick classic is touched with the engaging warmth of Federation-inspired elements. Why pay body corporate fees for a golf course, when if you become a Cranbourne Golf Club member you can apply to have a rear gate allowing access to this highly regarded golf course. Large enough for the whole family, the floor plan strikes a balance that creates a perfect environment for everyone to enjoy. The sunken formal lounge enjoys plenty of space for entertaining, while the formal dining is ideal for relaxed daily activities. The oak style kitchen is open planned to the second living area that flows outside to the delightful entertaining and a barbecue area. A second courtyard on the opposite side of the home makes an ideal spot for that quiet cup of coffee.

CRANBOURNE NORTH

The master bedroom includes an ensuite and large walk-in robe, the other two bedrooms are fitted with robes. The home also features a single lock-up garage, ducted heating and cooling, hallway storage, ornate cornices and landscaped gardens. Primary, secondary schools and shopping strips are all within easy reach. Inspect by appointment.

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Hampton Park 17 Berridale Court

Doveton 10 Pyrus Court

Nest or Invest

Location & Development Potential!

Three bedroom family home - newly painted, open formal lounge, meals area and kitchen with gas appliances, master with a large WIR and features a split system, remaining bedrooms with BIR’s, central bathroom with a bath, gas wall furnace and a garden shed, close to all major amenities.

The home comprises of three bedrooms, formal lounge with a split system, generous sized kitchen, central bathroom - the choice to renovate the current house and build a unit at the back (STCA) on a 600m2 block, or a potential multiple unit site (STCA) if you demolish the current house.

$260,000+ For Sale

$290,000+ For Sale

View Saturday 1.40pm – 2.00pm Rohullah 0423 649 553

View By Apointment Rohullah 0423 649 553

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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Doveton 19 Photinia Street

AUCTION THIS SAURDAY

Gorgeous Home Close to all Amenities!

Immaculate four bedroom family home - formal lounge and formal dining area, large open study, hostess kitchen, family meals area, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, high ceilings, carpets and tiles, an upstairs retreat, double garage with rear roller door access, a garden shed and much more.

Starts off with a formal lounge room with timber floors, 3 spacious bedrooms, modernized kitchen, meals area, ducted heating, air conditioning, renovated central bathroom, outside features a lovely outdoor setting and a single lock up garage, huge backyard also features an equipped 4th bedroom, perfect granny flat

For Sale $450,000+

For Sale $300,000+

View Saturday 11.00 – 11.30am Zed 0432 797 384

View Saturday 2.20pm – 2.40pm Aren 0403 613 988

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

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Hampton Park 5 Mosig Court

What a Charmer

Run Your Business From Home or Dual Living!

Three bedroom perfect gem, comprising of a light filled formal lounge, formal dining area, hostess kitchen, family meals area, master with full en-suite and WIR, remaining bedrooms with BIR’s, ducted heating, a split system, and a large sunroom, a pergola, a garden shed, a double garage and a single carport.

Magnificent four bedroom home - formal lounge room, separate kitchen, large family and meals area, powder room, ducted heating, evaporative cooling and an alarm system, large outdoor entertaining area, double garage which has been fully converted into a multipurpose room. So much on offer - needs

For Sale Negotiable over $340,000

For Sale $320,000+

View By Appointment Rohullah 0423 649 553

View Saturday 12.50pm – 1.10pm Aren 0403 613 988

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Hampton Park 9702 8388

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

Shop 20, 166 Somerville Road

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

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

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 1137005-KC22-14

Ideal for owner occupier or investment ! Inconjunction with John H Castran: John Castran - 0411 502 424

Size: Terms: Contact:

83m2 10 % Deposit / Balance 60 days Matt Rice - 0419 871 240

Sales • Leasing

*All measurements are approximate

• Property Management

GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY

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

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Wednesday 18 June 2014 1:00pm on site 7–11 Fullard Road, Narre Warren

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 • • • •

Under instructions from

Term: 10% Deposit/Balance 90 – 120 Days Contact: Josh Kendall – 0418 322 443 Mark Bond – 0419 386 882 *All measurements are approximate

CONVENIENTLY located in a quiet court location within close proximity of Amberley Park Shopping Centre, Narre South P-12 schooling, Trinity Catholic Primary School, medical centre, bus stops and parkland is this immaculate home. It has its own street frontage ideal for the first home buyer, investor or those looking to downsize. As you enter you will be amazed at what this home has to offer. Comprising three good-sized bedrooms, the master bedroom with full-ensuite and walk-in robe, other bedrooms with built-in robes. Central to the bedrooms is the main bathroom and separate toilet. There’s an open plan living area, nearby is the hostess kitchen with pantry, good-sized fridge space and plenty of bench space including a dishwasher overlooking the meals area.

Further comforts of this home are ducted heating and evaporative cooling, downlights, rainwater tank connected to toilets, garden shed and internal access through to the single remote garage. This has the added benefit of rear roller access where you can drive straight through to the back, which is concreted and low maintenance.

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STAGE 9A – NEW LAND RELEASE NOW SELLING FROM $152,000*

• Moments to local shopping centre with grocery, restaurants and cafes • Open reserve and future playground within walking distance • Cardinia Road and Pakenham train stations just moments away • House and land packages available from Melbourne’s leading builders or you can build your own design To secure your block, visit myaspect.com.au or the sales centre (corner Mary St and Cardinia Rd, Officer) gital image for illustrative purposes only or call 131 852 today. * Price and land subject to availability.

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

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

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

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† 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.

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Terms & Conditions: The Celebrating 10 Years Promotion applies only to new deposits received from 3 January 2014 and is not available with any other offer. For full terms and conditions please visit the Carlisle Homes website (www.carlislehomes.com.au) or speak to your Sales Consultant. #Classic Range 400mm x 400mm floor tiles or Classic Range Timber-Look Laminate flooring to the entry, kitchen, meals and living areas and Classic Range Carpet to the remainder of the home. ^Free facade applies only to Carlisle’s T-Range homes and includes Carlisle Homes’ T-Range predetermined facades (up to 16 facade options for single storey and 10 facade options for double storey). †Butler’s Pantry as detailed in predetermined drawings and specifications. Carlisle Homes reserves the right to withdraw or change pricing, inclusions and promotion without notice. COPYRIGHT. Reproduction in any form either in whole or part is forbidden. Images are for illustrative purposes only and may depict upgrade options available. Some photographs may also depict features not supplied by Carlisle Homes including landscaping, pools, water features, window furnishings, fireplaces, wall furnishes and finishes, cladding, in built joinery, decorative lighting, decor and furniture. Refer to inclusions list for full product details available from a Carlisle Homes Sales Consultant. Carlisle Homes Pty Ltd. ABN 86 106 263 209. Registered Building Practitioner DBU 19009. CH140515

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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

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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. The vendor reserves the right to presell, release and withhold certain packages from sale at any time. 1136467-CB22-14


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DISCOVER THE LATEST IN MODERN HOME DESIGN THREE new display homes have opened in Selandra Rise Estate, Clyde North. On show is the spectacular Granada 41, the impressive single storey Matisse 33, and the grand Montpellier 51 which offer ample private space for the whole family. This new design of the Granada 41 adds to the very popular T-Range - offering a practical, efficient and affordable floor plan for busy, growing families. As always the focus has been on innovative design and ensuring extensive list of inclusions delivers exceptional value. The Granada 41 includes a large entry foyer with double entry doors and feature hob detailing, a large formal lounge and study located away from the casual living zones and a staircase located in the heart of the home with ample natural lighting. Other features include a large rumpus room located centrally located, which is great for watching blockbuster movies, a full

master suite including walk-in wardrobe, dressing area and ensuite, complete with a separate WC, large shower and his and hers vanity located at the front of the home. The single storey Matisse 33 from the Affinity Collection is a family home that can be summed up in one word - ‘impressive.’ The Matisse boasts four living areas and four bedrooms that fit into 33 squares. A clever separation of the zones maintains open-plan living, particularly with the integrated alfresco with direct access to the kitchen. Other features include a formal lounge featuring hob detailing and a study located away from the casual living area, a generous meals and living room flowing out through the covered alfresco to a private outdoor living area at the rear of the home, all perfectly located for entertaining, and three large secondary bedrooms, all with walk-in wardrobes and their own private bathroom.

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Apprentice has it nailed By CASEY NEILL SHARING the Victorian Apprentice of the Year title last week marked a turnaround in Rhonda Neil’s fortunes. In February, thieves stole a trailer with $20,000 in tools from the 24-year-old carpenter’s Dandenong North home. “I’d spent all my money buying tools over the past four years, and it all got stolen on Valentine’s Day,” she said. Ms Neil, who did her apprenticeship with Junction Village business Willright Nominees, and Brandon Betts were jointly presented the Master Builders Association of Victoria Apprentice of the Year Award on 9 May. The title included $4000 worth of tools, workwear and vouchers. Master Builders chief executive Radley de Silva said the pair exemplified the skills, work ethic and positive attitude required to be a successful tradesperson in the building and construction industry. “This year was too close to call, causing our judges to award the first-ever joint State Apprentice of the Year Award,” he said. Rhys Linnett from Springvale South won the Apprentice Bricklayer of the Year award and Ms Neil also won the Female Apprentice of the Year honour. “I kind of knew about the female one a little bit, but the other one I had no idea and that was a massive

shock,” Ms Neil said. She completed her four-year carpentry apprenticeship three months ago and continues to be sub-contracted by Willright Nominees. Boss Barney Patterson was “like a proud dad” after her win. “I think he’s told every single person he knows,” she said. “We do a lot of work at Wesley College. He put up a sign at Wesley on Monday. It was so embarrassing.” Mr Patterson, who nominated Ms Neil for the award, said he had no regrets about taking on a female apprentice. “She’s the first female I’ve employed and she’s one of the best apprentices I’ve ever had,” he said. “She’s a great worker, thinks outside the square and is capable of working on her own. “I wouldn’t hesitate to employ a woman again.” Ms Neil’s father, Ryan, cried when they called out her name for the top prize. “We’ve been going through a lot of crap,” she said. And it was her dad that set her on a path to carpentry. “We used to build stuff in the shed when I was little,” she said. She excelled at woodwork at high school and taught the craft at a school camp in America during a gap year in 2009. “When I was travelling I still

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Apprentice of the Year Rhonda Neil. 120377 Picture: DONNA OATES didn’t know what I wanted to do,” she said. “I never really wanted to go to uni - I wasn’t too good at studying, but I was always handy.” Ms Neil started her apprenticeship soon after returning to Australia. She said it wasn’t hard to fit in on work sites. “I’ve always kind of been one of the boys,” she said. “I played field hockey when I was younger and I played on the boys’ team instead of the girls’ team. “If you can take it and give it back then you’ll be all right. If

you’re going to get emotional then it’s never going to work.” Her favourite part of the job is seeing clients’ reactions. “Watching their faces light up truly makes me feel like I have achieved something great,” she said. “To be able to create someone’s dream home or a place for them to make memories is very fulfilling.” Ms Neil is in the running for the National Apprentice of the Year which is being presented at the Annual Excellence in Building and Construction Awards at Parliament House, Canberra, on 21 November.

MORE than 80 hopeful businesses will have to wait until August to learn if they are in the running to win a Casey Cardinia Business Award this year. City of Casey manager of eonomic development David Wilkinson said more than 80 business awards applications were received by the closing date on 16 May and the judging process would be extremely difficult due to the exceptionally high standard of the entrants. This year’s applications cover a wide range of businesses from sole operators to large enterprises which shows the diversity of those working within the region. Mr Wilkinson said the Casey Cardinia Business Awards were a great way to acknowledge and celebrate the many outstanding businesses operating in the Casey Cardinia region. “It is an opportunity to recognise excellence and support the region’s thriving business community,” he said. “As a follow on from the highly successful individual award programs of both the City of Casey and Cardinia Shire Council, these inaugural regional awards are a chance to bring attention to the local success stories by showcasing the great work being done across the Casey Cardinia region.” Finalists for the Casey Cardinia Business Awards will be announced at a function which is to be held at Monash University on Thursday 14 August. Winners will be announced at a gala dinner which is to be held on 9 October at the Cardinia Cultural Centre.

Manufacturing still a success By LACHLAN MOORHEAD RAY Keefe is here to tell Australian manufacturers that the industry they have devoted their careers to is not dead. The managing director of Successful Endeavours, based in Berwick, was buoyed by the recent national Endeavour Awards which was held this month in Sydney at which his business was lucky enough to have an exhibit and where innovation was the buzz word. Mr Keefe said his company received an extremely favourable response from the exhibition, while his confidence in the Australian manufacturing industry had been re-affirmed. “The general picture you get from the federal level is that manufacturing is dead, but manufacturing is the fourth largest sector of the overall Australian economy, only a little smaller than mining, and it’s the largest industry sector in Victoria still, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics,” he said. “Decline is expected for a number of reasons but nobody expects us to make low grade products in Australia. “What we definitely can do is niche and high value products that are highly sophisticated in a number of sectors.” This is where Successful Endeavours comes in. Founded in 1997, and with a strong foundation in audio engineering and analogue signal processing and design, Mr Keefe’s company is at the forefront of electronics and embedded software development. It is the kind of innovation that saw Successful Endeavours crowned a finalist at the recent Endeavour Awards held

Junette and Ray Keefe (front), and Joyce Pinto and Matt Ratten (back), here holding several of their production items, hope Successful Endeavours will become an international market leader in the manufacturing industry. this year at the Sydney Showgrounds, an annual event which recognises the high achievers throughout the Australian manufacturing industry. While the team at Successful Endeavours were no strangers to the awards, they were also invited to hold an exhibit at the event with the Casey Cardinia Region group for the first time. “We went up to represent the Casey Cardinia stands and if you know what the two councils are doing in terms of cooperating for economic development it’s an innovative move,” Mr Keefe said. “We were going to be up there anyway for the Endeavour Awards and we had thought about exhibiting but decided the whole cost and week weren’t worth it. Casey Cardinia then offered to give us some of their stands.

“The interesting thing is that we were the only product development company there, the only electronics manufacturers from Australia. “We came back with roughly 10 industry contacts, six leads and already a new client. Within a week, we’ve already landed a new client.” Mr Keefe said it was an opportunity his company would definitely jump at again - anything to reassure manufacturers about a bright future that is still attainable within the industry. “There are companies that are growing, but where we’re seeing doom and gloom is in traditional manufacturing sectors and automobile manufacturing,” he said. “I think that you can do better in manufacturing if you rethink the whole thing.”

City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett with Berwick Mazda general sales manager Trevor Arnold.

Mazda backs mentor program By BRIDGET COOK SUPPORT from Berwick Mazda has been a driving force behind the continued success for Casey’s L2P Learner Driver Mentor Program. The car dealer has just donated its fourth new fully maintained and serviced vehicle to the program since it began in 2010. The community-based road safety initiative assists learners without ready access to supervising drivers or vehicles to maximise their supervised driving experience in a new vehicle with a trained volunteer mentor driver.

City of Casey mayor Geoff Ablett said the program would not be possible without the generosity and support of Berwick Mazda. “The continued commitment from Berwick Mazda is key in keeping the program running and providing Casey’s youth with the skills necessary to drive safely,” he said. The City of Casey is currently receiving a steady flow of applications from young people wishing to join the program, so additional support is required in order for the program to remain sustainable. “The program relies heavily on volunteer participation and

there is currently a need for new volunteers to assist young drivers,” Cr Ablett said. Since its introduction, the L2P program has helped 102 young people gain driving experience and 64 of these participants have gained their probationary licences. Casey volunteers have provided more than 7000 hours of driving experience and together with participants have travelled more than 180,000 kilometres. Businesses or community members who would like to support the L2P Program can contact City of Casey Customer Service on 9705 5200.


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Marsden to speak JOHN Marsden, bestselling author of the much-celebrated Tomorrow When the War Began series and founder/principal of the Candlebark School, will be featuring as keynote speaker at Casey-Cardinia Library Corporation’s (CCLC) Read, Learn, Thrive: The Literacy Expo. The Literacy Expo is free to attend and is directed at parents, carers and professionals of children aged up to seven years old who may be a reluctant reader, from a bilingual background or battling learning difficulties. Marsden will be talking between 11am and 8.30pm on Thursday 5 June in the Pakenham Library and will be joined by Paint the Town REaD director and paediatric occupational therapist Barbie Bates and popular author/illustrator and Literacy Ambassador Jeanette Rowe. The expo will also feature information stalls for service providers, displays, seminars, workshops, networking opportunities, handout material, certificates of attendance, plus lucky door prizes, show bags and the chance to win two iPad Minis! CCLC Customer Services Manager Pru Menzies said: “We are experiencing an increasing demand from parents as to where to seek help when children have some learning difficulties or special needs, or they may be

The Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne is hosting the Rare Victorian Plants, What and Why workshop next month. Plants such as this rare Grampians Parrot Pea, Dillwynia oreodoxa. Will be discussed.

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and close the expo with specialists delivering short-burst talks throughout the day. Rocky the Reading Dog will also be a highlight. To receive full program details, register at www.tinyurl.com/cclcevents.

Disco girl wins iPad prize ALISHA Jones got more than a fun night out with friends at the Cranbourne Blue Light Disco recently when she won an iPad Mini. A regular at the popular disco, Alisha was the chosen winner selected from young people who had registered on the new Blue Light website www.bluelight. org.au. Victorian Blue Light State Council chief executive Ivan Ray visited the monthly disco last month to present Alisha with her prize. Cranbourne Blue Light Disco is run for children who are in grade four to eight. It is run at the Cranbourne Public Hall and entry is $8. The next disco will be held on 21 June.

Victorian Blue Light State Council chief executive Ivan Ray, Cranbourne Blue Light president Andrew Poulter and Leading Senior Constable Brett Owen present an iPad Mini to Alisha Jones. The discos are drug and al- volunteer can contact Cranbourne cohol free events that are super- Blue Light president Andrew vised by local police and quali- Poulter by emailing poultera@ fied volunteers. hotmail.com or calling 0425 868 Anyone who would like to 710.

FLORA enthusiasts can learn all about rare Victorian plants at a full day workshop at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, next month. The Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne is hosting the Rare Victorian Plants, What and Why workshop on Sunday 22 June. The event will feature a range of experienced presenters who will talk on different topics. The all-day workshop will provide attendees with up-to-date information on the status of Victoria’s rare plants. Topics to be discussed will include Victorian Vegetation from before European settlement until today, what makes a plant rare and why plants become rare, propagating rare plants for revegetation projects and cultivating Victoria’s rare plants. There will also be a hands-on propagation session, sowing seed of rare species and preparing cuttings. The workshop will take place on Sunday 22 June from 9.15am until 3.30pm at the Australian Garden Auditorium, Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne. Cost is $60 for Friends RBG Cranbourne members or $75 for non-members. For further information phone 8774 2483. Bookings are essential and can be made by visiting the Royal Botanic Gardens’ website www. rbg.vic.gov.au/ support/support-groups/friends-of-rbg/ cranbourne/activities.

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Disney On Ice presents Treasure Trove comes to Melbourne from the 3-7 July and will take audiences on a magical journey spanning 50 years of Disney animated film. From the inaugural Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, to the 50th film – Tangled, this ice skating extravaganza commemorates the legacy of Disney films with an all-new medley of Disney tales that will captivate audiences. Get lost with Rapunzel and Flynn and enter the worlds of your other favourite Disney princesses -Cinderella, Jasmine, Ariel,

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Auswood Fencing Your local fencer.

Call 0450 650 150

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Rec: 17824

Specialising in all Electrical Installations FREE QUOTES No Job too big or small

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A GRADE ELECTRICIAN

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1136773-DJ22-14

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Call: 0412 529 554

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C1097544-PJ42-13

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9796 9159 or 0419 255 543

C1119299-BM07-14

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C1096422-PJ42-13

All types of concreting

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VINCE PAVING

9705 6288

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30 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE For Professional tradesman and FREE quote call Lou on 0419 881 219

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Specialising in All Timber Fencing/Gates Free Quotes

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CONSTRUCTION P/L

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ABN 65199041892

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LIC A47429

C1097807-JO43-13

0417 104 706 9704 0150 (AH)

SUPPLY ONLY OR SUPPLY & ERECT TRADE & DIRECT TO PUBLIC

C1071119_1-JO28-13

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0411 703 873

C982082-JL45-11

ElectricGates Pakenham

WE’LL GET YOU IN - 0431 139 205

Sliding Gates, Swing Gates, Farm Gates & Personal Entry Gates Fax 5940 1022 pakenhamautomation@yahoo.com

C822220-JL29-10

Call Joe Anytime: 0427

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C1064222-KK48-12

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C51535-BG25-8

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All electrical works, Domestic, Commercial, Industrial • Fans • Split AC • Safety Switches • Power Points • Garages etc.

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8790 4294

Cnr. Princes Highway and Vesper Drive, Narre Warren

• Stencilled Brick Paving • Exposed aggregate • Slate Pattern Paving • Coloured Concrete • Driveways, Garages, Patios, Paths, etc.

9796 9679, 0418 171 867 V Fencing & Gates

C1030035-KG20-12

CONCRETE COLOUR SEALING & CLEANING

Constructions PTY LTD

Anything electrical - 35 years’ experience Reasonable rates and quality assured

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• Dandenong • Noble Park • Endeavour Hills • Hampton Park AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Victoria Concrete

C999189-PJ3-12

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Local A Grade Electrician

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MINI MIX CONCRETE Berwick Sand and Soil Mini Mix Supply

Faults, Repairs and Maintenance Switchboard Upgrades New Home and Renovations TV Points and Antennas Lighting Upgrades ALL TYPES OF ELECTRICAL WORK

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ANDSOR CONCRETING

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Call Vic 0412 111 691

L&L ELECTRICS

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MEB & SON CONCRETING

installation of split system air conditioners

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0411 565 264

Vecelec Electrical Services

C782165-JL16-10

Andrew Craven Concreting www.andrewcravenconcreting.com.au

local business for 10 yrs +

Interior Presentations

C1085227-JO32-13

1135050-HM20-14

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FAST & SHARP MOWING & GARDENING C1103673-JL49-13

Call Blake on 0439 865 590

Gerrit 0407 097 556

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Free Quotes Alan 0418 337 316

SETTLEMENT PLUMBING & HEATING

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LIC. 33033

Call Ron 0418 350 480 or 9796 6097

9548 3000 or 0418 881 551

Johns Mowing

SN1080741-PJ27-13

0402 746 624

CLYDE FURNITURE REMOVALS C751261-JL51-9

All local and country Victoria C954103-JL32-11

Phone Ron: 5998 0860 or 0412 180 781

Lawn Mowing

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C1095838-JL41-13

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Call Andy: 0403 060 762

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

HOME MAINTENANCE Anything you need a bloke to do around the house

0428 384 623 GENERAL HOME REPAIR & MAINTENANCE

www.GarageDoorSolutions.com.au

DBU-2343

KEVIN THE HANDYMAN

9796 2333

C1032569-KK22-12

1129081-HM15-14

And the guarantee of quality & ongoing service….

✔ Landscaping ✔ Pool Surrounds ✔ Decks

GREAT RETAINING WALLS OF CASEY

DENIS AROUND THE HOUSE

37 Years of Experience… ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀

M A IN T EN A NC E HANDYMAN SERVICES

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

V Garage/Garage Doors

✔ Paving ✔ Turf Installation ✔ Retaining Walls

See us on Facebook at Plantopia Garden Design

ALL ASPECTS OF PROPERTY CARPENTRY CARE:

Plantopia Garden Design & Construction Qualified Horticulturist

Call Darren 0434 039 034

V Ha dy Perso s

Affordable Lawn Care

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• Free Measure & Quotes • Fast Glass Replacements • Splashbacks • Mirrors • Table Tops • Pet Doors Berwick Glass & Glazing Pty Ltd Fax 9705 7955 Factory 7, 4–6 Len Thomas Place, Narre Warren 3805

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0439 721 943

PHONE FOR OBLIGATION FREE QUOTATION

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9705 7911

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Benchtop replacement specialists, specilialising in:

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0413 023 405

Lop-Mow Tree & Lawn Care ฀

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☎ MOB 0409 259 466

AND STORAGE • Local, Country & Interstate • Antiques & Pianos a speciality • Cartons & Porta-robes for hire or sale • Full packing available

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Primo Kitchen & Bathroom Renovations

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C1031905-JJ21-12

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Custom Line KITCHENS

C955357-JJ33-11

REMOVALS

1137617-RC22-14

FRONTERA

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1300 361 938

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www.scarletkitchens.com.au

Doveton Glass

C1101235-JL46-13

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1133038-LB19-14

0412 301 596

Call Darren 0412 584 914

C931326-KK22-11

C1080004-JO26-13

C1080140-JL26-13

ARE YOU MOVING?

For all your cabinetry requirements

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

“If you grow it - i’ll cut it”

V Kitche s

SCARLET KITCHENS

Cutts Glass

for an obligation free quote

V Fur iture Re ovals

Pat Ferguson 0417 277 220

C1033134-JJ22-12

30 years experience New and Old Floors inc Parquetry Direct Staining, High Gloss & Semi Gloss Finishes Free Measure & Quote - All areas.

Homes, Businesses, Off ices, Insurance Work

C945579-JL29-11

C756556-KK3-10

Windows… Doors… Shop Fronts…

Sanding & Polishing Services

1129401-HM15-14

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C1086336-JO33-13

Dingley Floor Sanding Pty Ltd

3 Intrepid St

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Heating / Evaporative Cooling service and repairs

50% DISCOUNT* or cover $100 excess

Berwick

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AUSSIE EMERGENCY GLASS

C1097463-PJ42-13

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ARCtick: L047621

Installation, Service & Repairs All brands

C1032009-PJ21-12

Heating / Evaporative Cooling Service and Repairs

RETAINING WALLS

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

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0409 554 459, 9799 4235 ฀

C1096000-JL41-13

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ABACUS FLOORING ฀

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EASY GLIDE GARAGE DOORS ph: 0409 000 026

22 years’ experience • Non- toxic, oil based, gloss plus matt finishes • New and old • Obligation free quotes all areas

C765699-JM8-10

C916207-JL15-11

FLOOR SANDING & POLISHING

GARDEN & HOME MAINTENANCE

SALES, SERVICE & REPAIRS Free quote on roller doors, panel doors, remote controls. Will beat any genuine quote.

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ON AUTO OPENERS AND GARAGE DOORS

MIRROR FINISH FLOORS

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V Floor Services

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9796 2966

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C1090150-JO36-13

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1125748-RC12-14

Swing and Sliding Fence Panels Wrought Iron Timber Clad Specialist in gate automation to new and existing gates Call the Factory Showroom

SN1072527-PJ18-13

Complete Garden Care

Gates & Automation

C1065414-KG48-12

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0425 772 746

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C1076360-JL7-13

DOMESTIC MESTIC -- COMMERCIAL DO ALL SUBURBS

No Job Too Small Fully Qualiied - Over 25 Years Experience in All Aspects of Plastering

MIKE 0415 524 280 0415

SEWER BLOCKAGES â&#x20AC;&#x201C; â&#x20AC;˘ Changeover Hot Water MACHINE CLEANED Services HIGH PRESSURE WATER â&#x20AC;˘ Burst Water Pipes JET CLEANING â&#x20AC;˘ Gas Fittings PIPE LEAK DETECTION ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS COMPETITIVE PRICE GUARANTEED G.J Law P/L Lic No 14120 7 DAYS 0419 136 181 - 0419 136 151

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C1083120-JO29-13

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General Plumbing & Gasfitting ŕ¸&#x20AC; Hot Water Service Repairs & Replacements Servicing all areas

HIACE PLUMBING FULLY QUALIFIED

DEAL DIRECT WITH TRADESMEN

Lic No. 23124

PLUMBER & GASFITTER FREE QUOTES! NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL. Phone Gerrad 0428 542 806

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BLOCKED DRAINS AND CAMERA INSPECTIONS

C939272-JJ25-11

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(REG 27285)

C1035550-PJ24-12

849131-KS39-10

DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL AUTOMOTIVE

Free Measure and Quotes all suburbs

Call 9077 0135 or Mob 0421 080 247

Â?General Plumbing Â?All GasďŹ tting Â?Maintenance & Repairs Â?Hot Water Â?CO2 Safety Checks

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www.mrlockandkeys.com.au

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1077848-PJ8-13

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Alite Plumbing & Gasfitting Pty Ltd

BRETT GARDNER PLASTERING

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IRON PRESS, Singer, 12 months old, GC, $300, Warragul. Phone Glenys 0409 300 706.

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

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

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

800 BERWICK-CRANBOURNE ROAD WHAT AN OPPORTUNITY

A fabulous family home away from the hustle bustle, yet close enough for you to get where you need to be! Three bedrooms PLUS a study / 4th bedroom. Separate L-Shaped front formal lounge with rake ceilings. Large kitchen with plenty of cupboards, bench space & D/W. Reverse cycle heating / air conditioning, ceiling fans. Large second living with built-in-bar. Monitorable security system, intercom system throughout. Ducted vacuuming throughout. Master suite has huge ensuite with corner spa & double basins. Manicured gardens overlook the gazebo. Swimming pool, tennis court, undercover entertaining area. Triple car garage and workshop.

Rental Per Week: $500 Date Available: 27th June 2014 Bond: $2167

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

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Mulch & Screened Top Soil Cardinia Waste & Recyclers are overstocked

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

27 Intrepid St, Berwick

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The Casey City Council has prepared Amendment C166 to the Casey Planning Scheme. The land affected by the amendment is the land known as the Cranbourne Racing Complex (PT C/A 17A, Pt C/A 21A, PT Lot 1 C/A 21B, 21D, 21E, 21F, 21G, 21H Sec CA, & 2001 PARISH OF CRANBOURNE, RES PS 403885J). The amendment also applies to the land at 1, 7-11, 13-15 Laurie Cleary Lane Cranbourne (Lot 1 LP 45431, Lot 2 LP 45431 & Lot 1 PS524696L and Lot 1 PS 433079R) and 1-11, 10, 13-15 and 17-19 Cyril Beechey Lane Cranbourne (Lot 15 LP 7319, Lot 2 PS 524696L, Part Lot 2 PS517359, and Lot 1 PS 517359). The amendment proposes to facilitate the redevelopment of the Cranbourne Racing Complex and surrounds. The amendment: ฀฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ Laurie Cleary Lane Cranbourne from the Public Park and Recreation Zone (PPRZ) to the Special Use Zone, Schedule 4 (SUZ4). ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ Beechey Lane Cranbourne from Low Density Residential Zone (LDRZ) to the Special Use Zone, Schedule 4 (SUZ4). ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ (SUZ4) to recognise its inclusion in the Cranbourne Racing Complex. ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ has been translated as part of the Intensive Horse Stabling Precinct Requirements in the “Cranbourne Racing Complex and Surrounds Investment and Development Plan City of Casey December 2013”. ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ and Development Plan City of Casey December 2013”. ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ ฀ part of this amendment. You may inspect the amendment, any documents that support the amendment and the explanatory report about the amendment, free of charge, at the following locations: During office hours, at the office of the planning authority, City of Casey City of Casey City of Casey Customer Service Centre Customer Service Centre Customer Service Centre Shop 8 (Bendigo Bank building) Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre Municipal Offices Amberly Park Shopping Centre (opposite Post Office) Magid Drive 101 Seebeck Drive CRANBOURNE NARRE WARREN NARRE WARREN SOUTH

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TEAM LEADER GUARDRAIL WORKS Our Pakenham based business is seeking an experienced Team Leader for Guardrail/Wire Rope Barrier installation/maintenance works. Demonstrated experience in leading a team and all aspects of successfully delivering Guardrail projects is essential. Must be prepared to travel as works are completed in various regions of Victoria. Remuneration commensurate to skill and experience will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Services South East Pty Ltd Telephone: 03 5943 3200 Email: Admin@sse-group.com.au Applications close 12th June 2014

The Company A family owned business, manufacturer and exporter of meat products, located in Pakenham. An employer of approximately 350 employees with a Maintenance team of seven. Employees are rewarded with a great team environment, overtime for additional hours. The Position Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, you will work within a team of maintenance fitters who attend to the preventative and breakdown maintenance of the plant. This is a permanent, full time position. The hours of work will vary, with the requirement of some afternoon shift work. The Person You will be a qualified Fitter & Turner or Machinist. It would be advantageous to have experience in pneumatics, hydraulics, MIG, TIG and arc welding. You will be an enthusiastic, self-motivated individual who thrives within a team environment. Please apply in writing to: rachel@oconnoraustralia.com.au or Fax: 5941 3870 or Post to: P.O. Box 140, Pakenham, 3810

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OFFICE CLERK Full time office clerk required for busy family owned local business. Must have general admin experience, attention to detail, initiative, excellent phone manner and presentation. Two references required, immediate start. Pay $45k. Email CV to: accounts.narrewarren@choicesflooring.com.au

FACTORY HAND Dandenong furniture company is seeking a self motivated person. Required for general duties. Must have had previous furniture manufacturing experience. Please phone after 9am 9771 3911 or email your resume to admin@winnafurniture.com.au

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Pakenham hockey dynamo Tristan Chaffey has earned his place on the School Sport Victoria Under-16 team. 120617 Picture: JARROD POTTER

Watch our man in 20 By JARROD POTTER

Darren McDonald, right, is pictured here with his Sandown Cup-winning greyhound ’Sweet It Is’, TAB’s Jaimee Rogers, and Eddie McGuire - who hosted the $120,000 ’The Dog, The Money or The Box’ competition last Thursday. Picture: SANDOWN GREYHOUNDS

How sweet it really is By RUSSELL BENNETT HOW sweet it must have been for Devon Meadows trainer Darren McDonald to win the world’s richest staying greyhound race at Sandown on Thursday night. He and his family have been through more than their fair share of health battles recently but those tough times were blown away as ‘Sweet It Is’ turned on the afterburners to claim the $250,000 RSN Sandown Cup in front of a massive crowd, which included the likes of Eddie McGuire and Wayne Carey. Just like her trainer, Sweet It Is showed plenty of fighting spirit to claw her way back from the brink - she was 10 lengths adrift of the

leader and last in the field with a lap to run in the 715-metre race. But the $1.90 favourite wouldn’t be denied, and on the one-year anniversary of the passing of McDonald’s father no less. Sweet It Is had a reputation leading into the race as a lightning-fast finisher and her legend only grew as she unleashed a devastating closing burst to win by one-and-a-half lengths in 42.04 seconds. McDonald was blown away, much like the rest of the field in the race’s closing stages. “You can’t really describe the feeling,” he said outside the kennels straight after the stunning run. “Your heart is in your throat and it’s about ready to pop out of your

mouth, and then there’s just this incredible relief straight afterwards. “There are so many hours that you put into getting these dogs ready and it doesn’t always come off like it did tonight.” But Sweet It Is, or ‘Zoe’ as she’s known at home, is no ordinary racer. Since she joined McDonald’s kennel just two months ago she has won three races and finished second four times in seven starts. Two of those wins were Group 1 races and she’s netted connections more than $260,000 in prize money. McDonald paid tribute to a seemingly endless list of friends and family that turned out to support him on Thursday, adding that they’re what make the result so special.

“I’ll continue to try and get this feeling back again next week, and the week after that,” he said. “Whether it’s a fifth grade race or a Group 1 race it doesn’t matter. All of your effort and work goes into it.” The Sandown Cup, Race 8 on Thursday’s card, followed another win for McDonald - with ‘Awesome Project’ taking out Race 5, the Berwick Mazda Cup night sprint. Between McDonald’s two big winners, connections netted $190,000 on the night. Since the Sandown Cup, McDonald has also claimed the Group 2 WA Derby making it four black type race wins in just 10 days.

Mason’s got the gift of gab By RUSSELL BENNETT

Mason Faumuina aims to one day race on the national stage. 121170 Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT

CRANBOURNE Little Athletics star Mason Faumuina definitely has the gift of the sprinting gab. He competed on Stawell Gift day last month, finishing fourth in the 100-metres boys final, and he has national goals in mind. The Year 7 student at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School in Warragul said he was nervous in the lead-up to his first Stawell Gift carnival, but he kept up his routine of watching motivational videos on YouTube to get in the right

frame of mind prior to the race. He has run, and won, other gifts before - including the under-13/14 Cranbourne Meteorite - but Stawell was something different. He said he was happy with his performance at Stawell, but is already running faster times and aims on breaking the 11-second barrier by the end of the year. Still going through continual growth spurts, Mason said he only started to get “really serious” about his running last year but he’s now constantly racing and hopes to one day reach national level.

The 12-year-old regularly competes with the Cranbourne Little Athletics - based out of Casey Fields - and trains on the grass track at Toomuc Reserve most Sundays during the season. His current personal best times are 13.31 for the 100-metres and 27.10 for the 200. The Australia Post Stawell Gift is one of Australia’s oldest and richest sporting events and is now seen as the most prestigious foot race in the country. This year’s event was held on the Easter long weekend, Friday 18 to Monday 21 April.

CANNONFIRE will be prominent in school state hockey this year with Casey Cannons’ Tristan Chaffey set to ignite his representative journey. Chaffey, 15, from Pakenham, was selected in the final 16-man School Sport Victoria Under-16 squad to clash for the national championship in Adelaide in August. The Beaconhills College student has been playing for a decade and wants to emulate his hockey role model Matthew Swann - including always wearing Swann’s famous number 20. Helping boost the profile of south east suburbs hockey is another bonus for Chaffey making the SSV team - as it helps show the metropolitan centric hockey community the outer areas are just as capable. “It was pretty cool to make the team,” Chaffey said. “It’s very good, very strong. “You don’t see many athletes out here since you have the Youngs and the Lights and T.J. (Tyler Jacobs) making the team for Under-12s - so it’s pretty good.” Chaffey is the ultimate utility. He played most of his junior career forward but now wants to switch defensively to help set up the play and bring his team mates into the match. “Anywhere really - juniors I play full back, seniors I play forward,” Chaffey said. “State level I play back and hoping in the future in seniors to move towards the backline - it’s the preferred position and I’ve been more of a distributor than a scorer. “I’ve done enough scoring now - I’ve got something like 200 goals over the years.” Outside of knocking off New South Wales, the true test of any Victorian school state team, Chaffey wants to develop the necessary skills to continue making state teams throughout his time in the junior ranks. “I want to learn what I need to learn to make that team more often and future state teams,” Chaffey said. “You can say ‘I know what I need to do’ but usually there’s stuff on top of that you need… extra things you need to learn… you’re always learning in this sport.” Chaffey wanted to thank his mates, family and Cannons’ coaches and players Matt Guastella, Bryce Davis and Andrew Shelton for their help with his development. See Chaffey and the rest of the Victorian squad in action at the School Sport Victoria, 16-Years-and-Under Hockey Championships in Adelaide from 9-16 August.

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Sport Ash Szalek was pleased as he dropped a long-range shot. 121017

Super stacker Ravin Rathnayake finished fourth in the world for his favourite sport - speed stacking. 120169

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Heading for one serious stack

Gave nothing away By JARROD POTTER TAKING the hard road to victory, Casey Cavaliers had to sprint home to triumph 71-69 over an impressive North East Bushrangers line-up. Trailing 51-59 heading into the final term, the Cavaliers’ women had their backs to the wall as the Bushrangers surged through Rachel Jeffrey (27 points) and Stacey Browne (16 points). Casey locked down defensively to give the visitors nothing but bad looks at the basket - resulting in a fiveminute deadlock where the Bushrangers couldn’t score. On the other end, Casey found its long-range game as Lara Pauline started the quarter with the first trey. Missing chances to go ahead, Casey had to battle as North East resumed its scoring to resume the lead with less than a minute remaining.

It came down to Cavaliers forward/centre Jess Szalek. Finding previously unafforded room outside the perimeter, Szalek’s shot flew through for the crucial three-pointer to go ahead by a point with seconds left. One of the last North East shots - a pair of free throws with 26 seconds remaining - failed to drop and Casey was able to extract a foul and take the two-point win. Captain Amy Mcfarlane hit 16 points with Szalek (14 points, 9 rebounds) and Lara Pauline (11 points) while Cassie Bridge (11 points) picked up season high points. “For us in that one was to calm down,” Casey coach Tim Parker said. “The end of our third we knew then Bushrangers would come out hard in that third, they’ve had a bit of a write up in Big V about their

third quarter fade, so we knew they’d come out hard and they did. “It was about calming down, doing the things we do well and slowly grinding our way back into the game.” The Cavaliers men struggled much less in a 72-46 walkover of the Bushrangers. Closely held in the first half - with a 29-22 lead - Stewart Baird’s cavalry charged to knock down 43 points in the second half to run out 26 point winners. Strong showings came from Matt Pebole (19 points, 8 rebounds) and Matt Witherden (13 points, 17 rebounds) while Brandon Paris brought down the house with his first shot this season - drilling a three-pointer to seal the win. Casey’s three teams now host Coburg in a Saturday night triple-header starting at 4.30pm with the Youth men.

Amy Mcfarlane gets the shot off under pressure in Casey’s two-point win over North East Bushrangers. 121017 Pictures: JARROD POTTER

NOT even the best kitchen hands can stack as fast as Lyndhurst speed stacker Ravin Rathnayake. The St Margaret’s School super stacking student stormed into the top-tier rankings with a fourth place finish in the 7-8 male 3-6-3 final at the World Speed Stacking Association’s (WSSA) World Sport Stacking Championships in Joenju, South Korea. His time of 3.027 is the new Australian record for his age group and Ravin is able to go even quicker with a sub-three-second time almost in his grasp at the championships. “I became fourth in the 3-3-3 stack, but I hit the goal - which in my final attempt at the 3-6-3 I hit a 2.950 but it was one cup scratched, but even though two of them were clean,” Ravin said. “It’s pretty good, but I thought I was going to get third but they changed it.” He’s been a natural convert to the sport even since first picking up the cups as a four-year-old and he wants to keep performing better times and making a big impact in the world’s quickest sport. “I started when I was four-years-old and my first tournament was a state tournament in 2012… I came first,” Ravin said. “In the Australian champion my dad thinks I’ll hit a seven (second time) on the cycle - because I hit an eight and I’m pretty sure that I’ll hit a seven this time.” Meeting a world champion William Polly was a great highlight for Ravin at the world championships and he hopes to keep pushing his times down and improving his technique for his beloved cycle discipline. “I probably like the cycle because it’s the most complex one and I can do it,” Ravin said. “I want to hit a nine always rather than hitting the bigger times than nine as Ty (coach Ty Hallam) always says.” Ravin wanted to thank his speed stacking coach Ty Hallam. For more information on Speed Stacking, head to the Australian Speed Stacks website www.speedstacks.com.au.

By JARROD POTTER BERWICK CITY women could not find the go-ahead goal against South Yarra, conceding a 1-2 loss away on Sunday. A rough-and-tumble match went the home side’s way as South Yarra slotted a pair of goals to push past City and move up to fourth on the ladder. Berwick City coach Tony Rafferty praised the attack of his best midfielder Natalie Holmes - who slotted the only City goal of the afternoon “Very hard-fought match, could’ve gone either way, but we went down 1-2,” Rafferty said. “Very physical game but good football from both teams. “Best without a doubt was Natalie Holmes - our attacking midfielder - scored the goal and was fantastic. “Everyone else put in some great efforts, but Ellie Priest put in some great crosses across the goals only

for our forwards to miss out on the strike.” Rafferty’s charges now take up sixth place on the 10-team State League 1 ladder and face Caulfield United Cobras at home on Sunday. The Berwick City coach isn’t taking the visiting challenge lightly. “The challenge is there without a doubt and it’s certainly not an easy league, nor should it be, we’ve only had one season in it and placed fifth, so our goal this season is the top four,” Rafferty said. “It’s going to be tough but that’s the way we like it.” In Women’s Premier League action, Casey Comets salvaged a 2-2 draw with the FFV Under 17 Girls. Laura Croft’s injury time penalty her second goal for the afternoon - helped snare the Comets a point and help maintain its eighth spot on the ladder. The Comets host Bundoora on Friday night from 8.30pm.

NPL1 DANDENONG City fell to the might of Avondale Heights with the visitors unable to stop Avondale’s early onslaught in the 1-2 loss. Avondale Heights opened the accounts early through Jason Principato and Zoran Pajic to take a two-goal lead into the main break. Dandenong City kept its head up to run in a consolation goal in the 83rd minute from Andres Jerez. Dandenong City host Whittlesea Ranges on Saturday. STATE LEAGUES CASEY Comets fell to Morwell Pegasus 1-2 to slip to eighth on the FFV State League 1 South East ladder while in State League 2, Berwick City was quashed at home by Warragul United 1-2 despite a goal from captain Orlando Mejias, while Doveton SC split the points with North Caulfield following a 2-2 draw as the Matt connection - Matt Williams and Matt Evans - both slotted goals.

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Winning streak By DAVID NAGEL THE Casey Cardinia Football League is just one step away from a top-10 ranking in the state after the Demons overcame a nervous start to down Bellarine by 45 points at Geelong’s Simonds Stadium on Saturday. The CCFL now stands alongside Geelong and Central Highlands as the only leagues in Victoria to have won all three inter-league contests since the Worksafe VCFL Championship restructure in 2012. Wins over Nepean, Wimmera, and now Bellarine have seen the Demons climb from 17th to 12th, with a showdown against Sunraysia next year to decide if the Demons can make it four-in-a-row and continue their rise up the rankings. Bellarine looked the better team in the first quarter with its fleet-footed half-backs capitalising on some sloppy use of the ball from the normally exquisitely skilled Demons midfield. If not for the magnificent work of Kain Baskaya, Nick Scanlon, Brandon Osborne and Nathan Brown down back, the Demons could have been much further in arrears than the 20-point margin at quarter time. Coach Michael ‘Jock’ Holland instructed his team to dispose of its short kicking and go long in the second quarter, a simple instruction that transformed the Demons from confused - into a confident and hard-running machine. Midfielders like Matt Wade, Josh Tonna, Michael Collins, Steve O’Bryan, Matt Lee and Dom Paynter took control, benefitting from the great work of Kym Jones and Jake Gains in the ruck. Goal-kicking machines Marc Holt and Kerem Baskaya, and the heir apparent Jordy Andrews, started licking their lips. Baskaya and Andrews kicked three each for the afternoon, but it was Holt who took centre stage with eight goals in a best-on-ground performance. The Cranbourne ace marked everything in sight as the Demons kicked 12 goals to one in the second and third terms to take a stranglehold on the match. Kain Baskaya, Wade, Scanlon, Tonna and Osborne joined Holt as the Demons’ best contributors.

Cranbourne’s Max Gearon was a solid contributor in Casey Cardinia’s interleague win over Bellarine on Saturday and will look to take that form into this week’s clash with Doveton. 121236

Picture: SCOTT MEMERY

No middle ground for rivals By DAVID NAGEL

Clunk! Cranbourne full-forward Marc Holt produced his usual bag of tricks in a match-winning eight-goal performance for Casey Cardinia against Bellarine on Picture: SCOTT MEMERY Saturday. 121101

CCFL Scoreboard AFL VICTORIA COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS SIMONDS STADIUM, GEELONG, SATURDAY 24 MAY SENIORS CASEY CARDINIA 3.1 8.3 15.6 17.9 (111) BELLARINE 6.3 6.5 7.8 9.12 (66) Casey Cardinia Goals: M. Holt 8, J. Andrews 3, K. Baskaya 3, T. McDermott, M. Gearon, S. O’Bryan. Best: M. Holt, K. Baskaya, M. Wade, J. Tonna, N. Scanlon, B. Osborne. UNDER 18 CASEY CARDINIA 2.0 2.4 5.8 11.12 (78) BELLARINE 3.8 4.11 8.14 10.17 (77) Casey Cardinia Goals: H. Money 5, M. Thompson 2, C. Brown, K. Sabbatucci, V. Dang, C. MacHaya. Best: H. Stagg, C. MacHaya, V. Dang, J. Melbourne, J. Yeilds, C. Brown.

CASEY Cardinia football starts the middle-phase of its season on Saturday with the top five take on the bottom five sides on the ladder in round seven. A two-game gap is likely to appear after this week’s round of matches, but for sides like sixthplaced Tooradin and seventh-placed ROC, there is still light at the end of the tunnel. It’s not inconceivable - and probably more likely - that by round 11, either the Seagulls or Kangaroos could be in equal fifth spot with Pakenham and making a real run at a finals berth. Tooradin can put its case forward with a strong showing when it welcomes the talented Berwick to Westernport Oval. The Seagulls midfield has some great top-end talent with Matt Wade a gun, Michael Hobbs a fantastic leader, but it’s that next level that needs to rise. Jake O’Donnell and youngsters Cameron Brown and Kris Sabbatucci are showing signs of getting there -but these things take time. Adam Galea, Jimmy Cottrell and Phil Burns will need to be on their toes down back with Berwick’s forward line of Nathan Waite and Jordy Andrews at the top of their game. The challenge that confronts ROC is huge. Back-to-back champ Narre Warren visits Starling Road with nine players backing up from last weekend’s inter-league win over Bellarine. And

all nine were influential. Kain Baskaya and Nick Scanlon produced a fantastic display across half back while Ryan Morrison and Ben King are young defenders on the rise. Blake Gilbert, Tom Marks and James Canty will try hard for the Kangas, but kicking a winning score is next door to impossible. In other games, Pakenham full-forward Daniel Fry will be looking for his first bag of the season when the Lions travel to Hampton Park; Cranbourne will welcome one or two stars back into its line-up when it visits Doveton, while Beaconsfield will begin its rush for a double-chance with a big-win over Keysborough.

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The Casey-Cardinia interleague side which defeated Bellarine on Saturday, from back left: Coach Kerry Twyford, Tracey Dell (Narre Warren), Lynne Moyes (Berwick), Kaela Hughes (Beaconsfield), Maggie Taumao (Doveton), Emily Wilson (Berwick), Tayla Shannon (Narre Warren), Cara Humbert (Pakenham), scorer Tania Shannon and team manager Debby Stacey. Front: Gemma Stacey (ROC), Kayla Boerchet (Hampton Park), co-captain Sarah McDermott (Berwick), Meaghan Atkins (Pakenham) and co-captain Jasmine Picture: SCOTT MEMERY Maddocks (Beaconsfield). 121140

IT was a nail-biting end to a highly contested match at Geelong’s Simonds Stadium on Saturday, when the Casey Cardinia inter-league side snuck out a two-goal win over Bellarine. The side made up of top players from clubs across the league fired out to a great start, but their opponents weren’t going to let them get away with it that easily. Despite an eight-goal lead during the second quarter, positional changes from both sides at half time caused a turn up in the third term and CaseyCardinia was down by two at threequarter time. Coach Kerry Twyford said these changes didn’t achieve quite what they had in mind. “They made some changes at half time and so did we,” she said. “Theirs worked and ours didn’t work quite as well.”

The last quarter was nerve-racking for all involved and it was goal for goal for the first part. Twyford said a few turnovers in the dying minutes of the game and a couple of crucial goals from Narre Warren’s Tayla Shannon really helped the side get over the line. “It was a very close win,” Twyford said. Pakenham’s Meaghan Atkins first-time in the inter-league side was awarded best-on-court on the day, while Beaconsfield’s Jasmine Maddocks and Berwick’s Sarah McDermott were others to shine through the midcourt. Narre Warren pair, Tracey Dell and Tayla Shannon also received sponsorship awards. CASEY CARDINIA 11 BELLARINE 9

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RENAULT MASTER BIG RANGE. HUGE POTENTIAL.

FROM $37,990 DRIVE AWAY* FOR NEW SHORT WHEELBASE MANUAL

RENAULT TRAFIC

FROM $29,990 DRIVE AWAY* FOR SHORT WHEELBASE MANUAL

RENAULT KANGOO

FROM $19,990 DRIVE AWAY*

FOR SHORT WHEELBASE MANUAL + 5-YEAR EXTENDED WARRANTY^

The turbo-diesel Renault Master van range is now available in new Short Wheelbase for maximum manoeuvrability without compromising on space and capability. Enjoy lower prices across Europe’s No.1 selling Light Commercial Vehicle range now, including the Renault Trafic and Kangoo. All models come with the reassurance of $349 Capped Price Servicing for 3 years.# ENDS JUNE 30. VISIT BARRY BOURKE RENAULT TODAY.

BARRY BOURKE RENAULT 755 PRINCES HWY, BERWICK 3806 PH: (03) 9707 2222 *Recommended drive away prices for the Master L1H1 SWB manual, Trafic L1H1 SWB manual and Kangoo SWB Petrol manual, each 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 these offers. Offers not available for Govt. buyers. ^5-year/200,000 kms warranty applies to all new or demonstrator Kangoo models ordered between 01/05/2014 & 30/06/2014. Renault reserves the right to vary or extend this offer. Warranty valid for 5 years or 200,000 kilometres (whichever comes first) from new. Demonstrator vehicles receive balance of new vehicle warranty. #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. LMCT7522 1137647-CB22-14

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