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LIGHT UP BERWICK

FOR CHRISTMAS

The place to go to for gifts THERE are so many reasons to visit Go Vita Berwick for Christmas shopping. Visitors will be able to collect their free Go Magazine and enjoy the gift guide and delicious festive recipes. Go Vita’s beautiful new home includes organic and gluten-free Christmas pud-

On the go, Christine Taranto, Lynda Campbell and Jessica Sheehan.

dings, shortbreads and fruit mince pies, skincare and make-up gift packs from Weleda, Eye of Horus, Inika, La Mav, Jojoba Co and In Essence. There is also a great range of books which have recipes and other topics such as detox and self-empowerment. There are chocolate gift

packs from Pana Chocolate and the Boody and Boody Baby range, which is made from organic bamboo, Neoflam cookware, and natural and organic groceries for all Christmas baking. Go Vita Berwick is at 10 Blackburne Square, Berwick. Phone 9707 1148.

LIGHT UP BERWICK FOR CHRISTMAS Pawz Ink ......................................1

Health & Wellbeing: Precision Dentures ......................6

Drysdale Jewellery ......................3

South East Orthodontics.............6 Sun Patrol....................................6

The Vibrosaun Clinic ...................3

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PAWZ Ink pet boutique and grooming salon has moved to their new home of 15 Intrepid Street, Berwick. They now offer doggy day care, doggy blueberry facials, teeth cleaning, and nail caps as well as dog grooming, bathing, nail trimming, glands, ear plucking and a pet boutique stocked with unique and qual-

ity products to spoil your furry friend. Their amazing team took out the Casey/Cardinia best retail award in 2015. Do yourself a favor and visit Pawz Ink today. Their exciting new premises has been specifically built to give you and your furry friend the best grooming and day care

experience possible. With certified and experienced groomers in breed cuts, pet clipping, diet or allergy issues and behavioral problems, you are guaranteed your pooch is in great hands. Contact Pawz Ink, 15 Intrepid Street, Berwick 3806, 9769 8494, www.pawzink. com.au

Make-up can hide the issues SUN Patrol always insists that all facial make up is removed prior to attending a skin check-up. This may not be popular or convenient and some folks genuinely find it upsetting. However the absolute priority is safe practice and not missing skin cancers. Experts genuinely cannot see through make-up and if it is not removed they cannot properly examine facial skin. Skin cancers of the face are common and are often not easy for a person to spot themselves. Since opening in 2010

the Berwick clinic has diagnosed 67 melanomas on the face and neck and some eight times as many nonmelanoma skin cancers such as basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas. So clients are urged to understand that when they are asked to remove makeup it is because the clinic wants to ensure it detects skin cancers as early as possible. The Sun Patrol Skin Cancer Clinic is at 48 Van Der Haar Avenue, Berwick. For more information, visit www.sunpatrolscc. com.au or call 9769 3358.

A small dark lesion on the face of a lady in her 50s.

Magnification reveals a small melanoma. A doctor would not have been able to diagnose this lesion if this lady had been wearing make up of any kind.


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LIGHT UP BERWICK

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Jewellery store season specials JAMES and Kay Drysdale have been in the jewellery business for over 30 years, and are enthused to welcome the various additions of new businesses in Berwick, in particular in Blackburne Square that offers a variety of shops and eateries. As a manufacturing jewel-

ler, James offers a full service in specialised ring making and restorations. Drysdale’s Berwick Village Jewellery always takes pride in providing personalised service. The store has in stock a variety of quality jewellery pieces in silver and gold. Come in and select from our

range of jewellery where you are sure to find that special gift. Kay and staff members Jen and Michelle will be happy to assist with your choice of gift and offer a free gift-wrapping service. There are many special Christmas offers.

CHRISTMAS shopping is all wrapped up for another year, the tree is up, all that is left to do is wrap the presents. But wrapping doesn’t have to mean buying the most expensive wrapping paper you can, or the cheapest, and in these days when we are all looking to save money and the environment, wrapping presents creatively might just be the way to go. Wrapping a kitchen-themed gift - for the cook in family could be as easy as buying a nice new tea towel and ribbon or even an apron. A cook book from their favourite chef wrapped in a tea towel or apron - tied up with ribbon gives you two gifts in one. A piece of gingham from the craft shop is also an alternative to wrapping paper - particularly for the crafty member of the family who could repurpose it as a tablecloth. For the music lover in the house, why not try photocopying or buying old sheet music - photocopying allows for the music to be used again and again and to be blown up if needed. This could be the perfect wrapping paper for a CD, music gift card or DVD. Carol music could also be used trimmed with ribbons or bells. For the fashion lover, a shirt and brooch from the local opshop could be repurposed to wrap and decorate a more expensive gift of clothing, fashion books, perfume or make-up.

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ers or friends. Henna stamps and other more professional stamps can also be picked up from craft stores. Old maps from a favourite holiday, that are cluttering up drawers would also make unusual wrapping paper, particularly for those members of the family that love to travel. Decorations for your nicely wrapped presents could be anything from shells and raffia, to bells, buttons, ribbons, pine cones and foliage. Making store-bought gifts look beautiful and original under the tree doesn’t have to cost the earth.

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Committed to achieving excellence.

Empowered to take action mination and social responsibility. The school has formed strong links with the local community and embraces the cultural diversity within the school. The Junior School, located at the St Margaret’s campus in Berwick, is an International Baccalaureate co-educational school with the Primary Years Programme being the framework for

transdisciplinary teaching and learning. Single gender education commences from Year 7 with the boys transferring to Berwick Grammar School in Officer and the girls remaining at St Margaret’s Senior School, Berwick. Expectations and standards are high with particular focus on academic excellence, pastoral care and

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ESTABLISHED in 1926, St Margaret’s and Berwick Grammar School has developed into a thriving environment for students starting as young three years old in the Early Learning Centre and progressing through to confident young adults in Year 12. Together they make up one proud school community that share the core values of compassion, integrity, deter-

personal wellbeing. Students are empowered to take responsibility for their own learning with support and guidance from dedicated and highly skilled teachers and staff. They are also encouraged to challenge themselves and experience new opportunities by participating in a wide range of extra curricula activities. St Margaret’s and Berwick Gram-

mar School is committed to achieving excellence in all that it does and ensures that all students continue to learn and grow within a positive and respectful environment. For more information regarding the 2018 scholarship opportunities available or to arrange a personalised tour of the school, contact the Registrar on 9703 8111.

Scholarships for 2018 Academic and Music Scholarships are currently on offer for Years 5 to 11 at St Margaret’s and Berwick Grammar School, commencing in 2018.

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Dental Prosthetist Etta Liang has been making dentures direct to the public in Berwick for over 20 years and has maintained a fabulous reputation for creating beautiful smiles. Her aim is to improve treatment outcomes to better her patient’s health and quality of life. Etta is also very interested in dental art and by combining form, function and aesthetics she is able to create dentures with a fantastic fit, and a natural appearance. All Etta’s dentures are made on the premises here in Berwick from start to finish and so the patient receives a smooth and seamless quality of care from appointment to appointment.

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Jen Naylor (left) with her daughter Emma and Casey Cardinia Library Corporation staff member Melissa Martin with the tree and gifts including food donations. 162350

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Dheaia, Danish, Aariz and Vidhau from Cranbourne enjoy a book at the corporations’s 20th birthday celebrations earlier this year. 159688

Library generosity booked in CASEY Cardinia Libraries (CCL) has established forgiving trees at all its branches in the lead-up to Christmas. People are welcome to contribute items of food or unwrapped gifts for people in need of support. If donors have library fines, CCL will waive their fees in acknowledgement of their generosity.

Casey Cardinia Libraries CEO Chris Buckingham said the forgiving tree was a golden opportunity for library members with overdue items or fines to wipe the slate clean and feel good about it. “This is the season for giving, and we want people across our community to know that if they pay it forward and

help out others, we will return the favour,“ Mr Buckingham said. “We know Christmas is a time where lots of households are under pressure to make ends meet. As a public library service, we take great pride in providing useful and free services in safe welcoming places.

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Carols to usher Chrissy cheer THE Edwin Flack Reserve will come alive to the sound of carols for the annual Berwick Carols by candlelight. The very popular event will be held on Saturday 17 December from 7pm to 9pm, giving residents a chance to celebrate Christmas with family and friends and sit down and relax during what is a busy time. Always a big drawcard, the Berwick service is part of a crowded calendar of carols across the City of Casey in the lead-up to to Christmas Day. As well as Berwick, Casey residents will be able to dust off their vocal chords and head to a number of ceremonies all with their own flavour and style with most either free or by voluntary or gold coin donation. The carol events kick off with the popular Christmas on the Foreshore at the Tooradin Recreation reserve and end with the Carols by Twilight on Christmas eve at Narre Warren. This year’s events, where to go, times and additional information: Christmas on the Foreshore: Friday 9 December, 6pm to 10pm, Tooradin Recreation Reserve, Foreshore Road, Tooradin - Fireworks: Yes. Gold coin donation. Endeavour Hills Christmas Carols: Saturday 10 December, 5pm to 9.30pm, 2-9 Gleneagles Drive, Endeavour Hills - Fireworks: Yes. Gold coin donation. Narre Warren North Community Carols: Saturday 10 December, 6pm -10pm, corner Tom Jones Road and A’Beckett Road, Narre Warren - Fireworks: No. Voluntary donation.

Hampton Park Carols by Candlelight: Friday 16 December, 7.30pm0.45pm, Cairns Road Reserve corner of Cairns Road and Campbell Drive, Hampton Park, Fireworks: Yes. The event is free. Berwick Carols: Saturday 17 December, 7pm to 9.30pm, Edwin Flack Reserve, Manuka Road, Berwick Fireworks: Yes. Voluntary donation. Cranbourne Carols by Candlelight: Saturday 17 December, 4pm-9.45pm, 101 Lesdon Avenue, Cranborne, Fireworks: Yes. Free. Carols by Twilight: Saturday 24 December, 6pm to 9.30pm, 340-350 Princes Highway, Narre Warren, Fireworks: Yes. Free. In Cardinia Shire the council in partnership with local businesses and community groups, are proud to present the annual Pakenham Carols by Candlelight event. Date: Saturday 10 December, gates open at 6pm. Toomuc Reserve, Princes Highway, Pakenham (Melway ref: 214 J5). Cost: free. Pack a picnic and head down to Toomuc Reserve for a festive singalong not to be missed or purchase food onsite with all proceeds going to local community and sporting organisations. Gates open at 6pm with pre-carols entertainment by local schools starting at 7pm. The Cardinia Civic Concert Band will kick carols off with their 30-piece ensemble at 8.30pm. To top the night off, you will be treated to an electrifying fireworks display.

Matthew, 2, with his mum Claire Robinson, centre, and Aunt Monica Gaynor, right, at last year’s Pakenham Christmas Carols. 148061

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Light up your home this Christmas and WIN a Gold Coast Holiday including flights* As part of the Light Up Berwick for Christmas promotion from the photographs supplied. For terms and conditions go to http://starcommunity.com.au/competitions/ Plus, participating retailers will be encouraging you to shop locally as part of the Light Up Berwick promotion with a hamper including a $250 voucher to Sandros Restaurant in Berwick to win. Just shop in a participating Berwick business, complete the form and enter it in the barrel for your chance to win.

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Star News Group in conjunction with participating Berwick Businesses are encouraging you to get into the Christmas spirit and light up your home. The best lit home across the Casey Cardinia region will win a Gold Coast Holiday*. To enter go to http://starcommunity.com.au/competitions/, upload a photo of your home along with your name, email, phone and address. The competition closes on 20 December at 5pm. The judges will choose the best lit up home


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Spirits soar by night lights By Aneeka Simonis HERE’S one big reason to get into the Christmas spirit this season.

Those with the best decorated home in the Cardinia-Casey region will get an extra special Christmas gift this year - a trip to the Gold Coast. Better still, those who do their Christmas shopping in Berwick can win a hamper and $250 voucher to Sandrose Restaurant in Berwick. Star News Group, in conjunction with participating Berwick businesses, is spreading joy across the region with the two big competitions as part of the Light Up Berwick Christmas promotion. Those with the best lit house will enjoy a four-night stay at a Gold Coast resort and fly there with a $400 travel voucher. Families in the area already battle it out for the best Christmas displays. The Crowley family in Brookevale Close, Beaconsfield, has one of the best installations in Australia. “About five years ago, we decided that it was time to move away from the traditional plug and play fairy lights that we had used for years that had been purchased from the usual stores and move to the next level, initially modifying the fairy lights to run on electronics boards and sequenced to music,” Dad Michael Crowley said. The family home is now lit up with more than 60,000 channels of custommade digital lights, each individually controlled by purpose-built electronics boards sequenced with a mix of Christmas songs.

The Crowley house, located at 30-32 Brookvale Close, Beaconsfield, is a huge attraction come Christmas time. “The display is probably one of the largest in the country,” he said. Residents who want to enter their house in the competition can visit

http://starcommunity.com.au/competitions/, upload a photo of their home, one per entry, with their name and address. The competition closes on 20 December at 5pm.

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Community News What you said about our future Between July and September 2016 the City of Casey undertook its most ambitious community engagement program to date – Casey Next! Council hit the streets with more than 60 community engagement opportunities to ask residents, and our visitors, what their vision and priorities are for the future of Casey. It is estimated that Casey Next reached around 480,000 people, with more than 3,600 people providing feedback. We heard that these things really matter to you: » A safe place » An inclusive place » A thriving place » A place with a great natural environment

» A family-friendly place » A well-connected place » A place with opportunities » A balanced approach to growth » A transparent and accountable Council » A healthy place

Nominate a great local event for a Casey Australia Day Award! Have you attended, supported or been involved in a great community or fundraising event or activity in 2016? Then why not nominate it for a 2017 Casey Australia Day Award. There are two event categories, one recognising the Casey community event or activity of the year and the other recognising the Casey fundraising event or activity of the year. Nominations for these two categories close at 4.00 pm on Thursday 15 December 2016.

We would like to thank the thousands of people who took the time to generously share their ideas and provide feedback throughout Casey Next.

For further information and to submit a nomination visit www.casey.vic.gov.au/caseyaustraliadayawards.

For further details on why, how and who we engaged and a breakdown of the results visit www.caseyconversations.com.au/caseynext.

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Mayor flags rate cap bid By Cam Lucadou-Wells CASEY mayor Sam Aziz says the council is “most likely” to again apply for an exemption to the rates cap in its 2017/18 budget. Cr Aziz said the council “can’t afford not to” apply for a rates cap variation again. He said the “phenomenal” growth of 150 people moving into Casey each week caused great demand for infrastructure. “If we don’t have the rates variation, we’re facing a $200 million black hole over the next decade.” “We’re only talking about a marginal variation to rates for every household but it adds up to a lot - that’s the economy of scale.” Cr Aziz said the council was working on a four-year-plan to create Australia’s most liveable city with more local jobs, more “beautiful masterplanned suburbs” and “first-class” infrastructure. “It’s a vision worthy of the largest city (in Australia) by population.” The council had its application for a 3.47 per cent rates rise in 2016.17 - a 0.97 per cent variation to the 2.5 per cent rates cap - rejected by the Essential Services Commission in May. The council is expected to decide on making its 2017/18 application in December. Cr Aziz said the State Government’s recently-announced Growing Better Suburbs funding didn’t counterbalance the impact of rate capping in Casey. Three projects will receive $7.3 million in State funds, including $1.4 million to match Casey’s contribution for a redevelopment of Strathaird

Mayor Sam Aziz, Narre Warren South MP Judith Couacaud Graley, Colin and Emily O'Brien and Cr Rex Flannery at the Strathaird Community Centre announcement. 162633 Picture: CAM LUCADOU-WELLS Community Centre. The State will also fund $2.3 million for sports facilities at The Hunt Club and $3.6 million for a family and community centre in Doveton. The $50 million a year Growing

Better Suburbs Fund targets 10 interface councils, including Casey - which received more than $5 million last year. At the funding announcement, Narre Warren South MP Judith Couacaud Graley said the Strathaird project

would expand the centre’s kindergarten and maternal and child health services. It will include an internet cafe, a multi-purpose community room with modern technology, kitchen and courtyard, public art and improved parking.

It will create 45 extra four-year-old kindergarten places, and host more services such as a parents group and a sleep settling group. Construction of the Strathaird project starts late 2017.

Curator weaves his magic By Cam Lucadou-Wells EXPERIENCE certainly counts for Berwick Cricket Club’s long-time volunteer curator Brian Wills. Lesser mortals may have been broken when faced with a barren, football-boot scarred central pitch area, an unusually damp spring and no available fresh soil ahead of the 2016-'17 season. Mr Wills, who started tending the Ash Brown Reserve pitches in 1974, however weaved his magic - despite the pitch spending much time under covers. There’s plenty of runs in the pitch, he told Star News ahead of a mid-week T-20. He’s at the ground most days, either hand-pushing the heavy roller, watering the footmarks or dragging on and off the covers.

“You only get out of the club what you put in. “I’ve had a lot of friendships and a lot of enjoyment here.” The 74-year-old is in spritely nick, but his work is made harder by all his equipment squeezed into a cramped, antiquated 42-year-old shed. To get out the roller in the back of the shed, he has to move the mower and other tools. The club is seeking funds for a double-capacity modern shed that can securely house the curating and players’ equipment, as well as keep a dry stockpile of pitch soil. Club member Allan Bartlett said the shed had “got to the point of being dysfunctional”. “It will start to impact on Brian’s capabilities of doing his job.” President Andrew Moore said club legends like Mr Wills and his curating knowledge

were irreplaceable. Also on Mr Wills’ wishlist is a ride-on roller to replace the manual one that weighs about “three-quarters of a tonne”. When Mr Wills started with the club 60 years ago, it barely had enough players for a team. He started as a 14-year-old playing against men. His allround skills graced a remarkable career that earned him a spot in West Gippsland Cricket Association’s team of the century. He learnt his pitchcraft under Ern Dunham and former Flemington racecourse curator William Mitchell. Often Mr Wills resorts to the fabled key-test to check the qualities of his pitch. With a bit of exertion, the key has to be able to break through the top surface, he says. The club is now a powerhouse of 11 senior teams, 13 ju-

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Assault charges dropped By Cam Lucadou-Wells IT JUST doesn’t seem right, said bashed Endeavour Hills 73-year-old grandfather Robert Ikin. On 15 November police dropped charges against a much younger man who Mr Ikin said repeatedly punched him in the face outside his home and walked away. The bloodied and bruised Mr Ikin was hospitalised that night of 17 August. “(The accused) claimed that every time I got up, he felt I was going to attack him,” Mr Ikin said. “He told police I was hanging on to his clothes, and I was sitting on his laptop (sic).” “If he calls it self-defence, how come I’ve got all the damage?” According to Mr Ikin’s statement to police, he had earlier ordered a then-19year-old electricity salesman to get off his front step and off his property. The dispute escalated after the man later returned to the nature strip and called out to Mr Ikin. Mr Ikin walked out and told the man he’d ring the police. “Why? Do you want to make something of it?” the salesman allegedly said. Mr Ikin said that he approached the man and was struck twice in the face. He fell and hit the back of his head on the nature strip.

Neighbours Maria Clua, Jeanette and Bob Ikin and Joseph Poznanski. 162367 Picture: CAM LUCADOU-WELLS

When he got up, he was hit twice more and fell back on his head again, he said. Mr Ikin walked towards the man’s tablet computer on the ground, saying he was going to find out who the man worked for. “I think that cost me another hit,” Mr Ikin said. “He has hit me a couple more times and I’ve gone back down again and I hit my head once again.” The only known witnesses to the assault were Mr Ikin and the salesman. Mr Ikin’s wife, Jeanette, who was upstairs watching TV at the time, was thankful that Mr Ikin, who had recently had a heart bypass, didn’t have a heart attack. “How can a 19-year-old boy think an old man like this can possibly hurt him and feel threatened?”

Mr Ikin isn’t sure if he’ll now receive victims-of-crime compensation that will fund home security measures and his ongoing counselling and physiotherapy. Treating psychologist Joseph Poznanski said Mr Ikin has since been blighted by chronic post-traumatic stress, insomnia, flashbacks and agitation. Once a keen morning walker, Mr Ikin now shuns public places and feels unsafe in his home, Dr Poznanski said. “Justice needs to be achieved in order to feel healed.” In August, in a wave of publicity, police called for information about the incident and the accused, an electricity door-to-door salesman, who police said was accused of repeatedly punching Mr Ikin

in the face outside his home before he fled. A police officer told media at the time that it was “outrageous” how the incident had escalated. In a statement on Wednesday 23 November, Victoria Police stated there was insufficient evidence to proceed with the charges. The youth is believed to have been set to plead not guilty on the grounds of selfdefence. Victims of Crime advocate Noel McNamara said the dropping of the charges was “unbelievable”. Mr McNamara said it reminded him of men using defensive homicide to mitigate them killing their wives. “I haven’t heard self-defence being used in this way,” he said.

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AS YOUNG car buyers scour the state for their first set of wheels, it is timely to remind them to put safety at the top of their shopping lists. Many first car buyers and their parents would be surprised to find dozens of used car models with potentially life-saving features like side curtain airbags and electronic stability control, are available for less than $3000. Gone are the days when the only cars firsttime buyers could afford were old clunkers with little in the way of safety features. Victorians are 30 times more likely to crash in their first six months of solo driving, so it makes sense that young drivers do their research before buying a car. The Transport Accident Commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s How Safe is Your First Car website is a great place to start, allowing users to find four and five star ANCAP safety rated vehicles within their price range. While colours, sound systems and fuel economy may seem important to some, these features should all take a back seat to ensuring we all get home safe. Getting everyone in safer cars will help us in our Towards Zero vision for a future where no person dies or is seriously hurt on our roads. For more information on safe affordable cars head to www.howsafeisyourfirstcar.com. au. Samantha Buckis, Transport Accident Commission.

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Wild cop chase POLICE are yet to find the naked driver at the centre of a wild and dangerous pursuit which shocked motorists travelling in the south-eastern suburbs on Tuesday. A teenage girl from Narre Warren, who was let out of the stolen getaway car in Pakenham, has been released by police pending further inquiries. The search for the driver last seen heading toward the Western Port Highway from Cranbourne continues. The pursuit began in Berwick about 10.10am on Tuesday 29 November, after police responded to a seemingly unstable naked man walking around a vacant block of land in Berwick. Witness footage shows the man get into a reportedly stolen white Toyota Hilux bearing false plates, and drive from the vacant block with the female teen in tow. The driver was picked up driving erratically on the Princes Freeway in Berwick, forcing a large-scale police chase which involved more than half a dozen police cars and the air wing. Police pursued the car through Narre Warren, Pakenham and Berwick before terminating the pursuit in Cranbourne just after 11am. The car was last seen on Cranbourne-Frankston Road in Cranbourne heading towards the Western Port Highway. Casey Crime Investigation Unit (CIU) Detective Senior Constable Ray Gunton said

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Jade found out about the Change the World with Your Song competition and wrote her song Bulletproof just two days before the competition ended. The competition offers entrants a choice of four categories to write their songs in the theme of and Ms Jade chose to write about hard done by war veterans under the social justice theme. “I looked at the themes on offer and saw social justice and it really appealed to me,” she said. “At first I had no idea what I was going to do but recent issues like homelessness among war veterans once they come back and are left with nothing was an interesting topic to talk about.” It was only though a stroke of luck that Jade could upload her song in time to enter the competition. “I had two days to upload it and I had written and finalized and record it,” she said. “I ignored my other home-

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Circle works By Cam Lucadou-Wells VICROADS has stated that it won’t support the relocation of a roundabout entry to Berwick Springs estate without community support. There has been a large backlash from residents since they learned that the proposed re-location of the roundabout at Greaves Road and Berwick Springs Promenade would take out the landscaped bluestone wall entrance to the up-market housing estate. In an email to residents, a staff member from Narre Warren South MP Judith Couacaud Graley’s office stated that VicRoads wouldn’t participate “until the City of Casey has done the right thing and ob-

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tained the support of the local community”. “The City of Casey should have properly informed and engaged with local residents about the... roundabout upgrade before approaching VicRoads to get the roundabout re-located,” it said. The impasse between Casey council, VicRoads and Melbourne Water doesn’t seem to be resolved. When asked about VicRoads’ stance, Casey Mayor Sam Aziz said it was an example of the roads authority “passing the buck”. “It’s not our roundabout. VicRoads needs to make the decision, and so does Melbourne Water.”

Cr Aziz re-affirmed the council’s support for the residents’ concerns. The council resolved in November to request that the State Government and Alira developer Moremac Property Group investigate a roundabout proposal that would mean the Berwick Springs entrance would not have to be demolished. Exasperated resident Michael Ball said the argument was “going around in circles” even though both VicRoads and Casey seemed supportive. “It has been going like this for more than a month.” Residents have organised a community information session at the Berwick Springs lake on 5 December at 7pm.

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his local community,” Ms Graley said. “He is already looking forward to planning a VCAL concert or sports event for his school next year as well.” The scholarship is named after late former Education Minister Lynne Kosky who introduced VCAL. Anagha had been nominated by her teachers for her leadership, assisting of others and outstanding academic results. “Anagha completed two Year 12 subjects this year, going above and beyond to achieve outstanding marks, as well as supporting her peers through study groups,” Ms Graley said. “Anagha’s teachers have told me that she is often the first to arrive in the morning and often the last to leave and I have no doubt that she will continue to excel at whatever she chooses to do.”

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Business digs in for jobs By Casey Neill A Dandenong business breakfast with a twist featured a “call to arms” to help Doveton’s unemployed. The Rotary Clubs of Dandenong, Dandenong South East, Casey, Endeavour Hills, Berwick and Narre Warren joined forces to host the event at Beletti Restaurant Cafe Bar on Wednesday 16 November. Dandenong MP Gabrielle Williams was among the morning’s guest speakers and spoke passionately about breaking the entrenched disadvantage and unemployment in Doveton. She said the suburb’s downward spiral followed the exit of major employers General Motors, International Harvester and Heinz which she said served as a lesson given the pending automotive industry exodus. Ms Williams said the south-east was home to more than half the auto supply chain jobs, with 81 of the 137 tier one and tier two suppliers in Victoria located in the region. “Not one single thing can replace auto,” she said. She spoke about State Government measures to assist, including funding projects in industries that could create jobs for auto workers. Ms Williams said the State Government also had a significant role to play in helping Doveton to spring back from 22 per cent unemployment. “Industry is also a huge piece of the puzzle,” she said. Fellow guest speaker James Sturgess from law firm Macpherson Kelley

Guest speaker James Sturgess, from law firm Macpherson Kelley. said finding the people in Doveton who wanted jobs was hard and there was a disconnect between employment networks. He’s fielding job offers from employers and contacting Doveton Col-

lege for candidates. “M and K have employed three people from Doveton, through Doveton College,” he said. Mr Sturgess said the school was engaging with parents as well as students

to make a change. He said Macpherson Kelley was always open to opportunities to put back into the community. “We want to be part of the community,” he said.

“We are privileged to be in business in this region.” And it’s been a fixture of the community since 4 October 1905. “There’s not a lot of businesses in Australia that have a heritage of more than 100 years,” he said. Mr Sturgess has been with the firm for 30 years next month and said it had changed dramatically in the past 15 years in particular. It’s now a commercial law firm with a focus on substantial businesses, and has grown from a $15 million turnover and 90 staff 12 years ago to $60 million and close to 300 people today. “It’s a really successful business that has grown up in this community,” he said. Mr Sturgess spoke about manufacturing as “a critical part of this region”. He said the sector had grown by a few hundred jobs in the region in the past 10 years against a downward trend more widely. Rotary Club of Dandenong South East’s Phil Thurgood said every dollar donated to Rotary “gets to the cause” unlike many charities. He spoke about the work the club had been doing, including supporting Disaster Aid Australia and Romac, and funding pizza nights and swags for Cornerstone Contact Centre. Greater Dandenong Mayor Jim Memeti said more than 50 per cent of council rates came from businesses, and that the council and Rotary shared a common goal to see the municipality grow and prosper.

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OCCUPYING an esteemed 3.4 acre position in Berwick’s most prestigious lifestyle estate, 8 Mallaig Rise comes to the market. Freshly built and truly in a class of its own, properties of this calibre are extremely difficult to find and virtually impossible to forget. Crafted to fastidious perfection, this residence spreads across some 70 squares and offers impressive proportions coupled with sophistication. Custom gates that evoke Tuscany lead visitors through a maple-lined driveway which is elegant by day and breathtaking by night. The internal floorplan is thoughtfully designed. It comprises three wings within the main house which include five sizeable bedrooms, each with its own full bathroom and craftsman-built cabinetry closets. The master suite is bathed in sunlight

and boasts a superb walk-in closet as well as a luxury en suite bathroom. Soaring ceilings and aged oak flooring ensure this exceptional home will always remain timeless. The kitchen is simply the epitome of class and its over-sized and sensational bench top is crafted from American walnut and is a feature by itself. It comes complete with a host of exceptional appliances from WOLF and Miele, including an over-sized stove and double ovens, a built-in refrigerator and freezer, a steam oven, an under-bench warming drawer and two dishwashers. Complementing the kitchen is a full butler’s pantry and wine room. The new owners will be able to enjoy movies in the theatre room, have a hit of tennis on the floodlit court or enjoy summer days in the sprawling solarheated, self-cleaning and glass tiled Aloha built pool. Two further outbuildings are just as impressive as the main house.

A fully separated executive studio, with exquisitely crafted cabinetry, is ideal for maintaining a library and features showroom windows to the garage and a wet area for business entertaining. The pool house is the perfect spot to enjoy the heart-stirring views. In the winter, a stone-mantled gas log fireplace will keep the ambiance and, in the summer, it’s the ultimate place to sit back, relax and entertain family and friends. A full bathroom, sauna and entertainment room finish off this sensational area. The extras list for this home, which are too numerous to enumerate here in full, include the following features: eight separate Daikin heating/cooling zoned systems, smart-wired lights and sound which is accessible remotely, a network of routers to maintain a stable internet connection throughout, an under-house equipment storage area, double-glazed windows and extensive insulation, and a full American oak stairwell.

Numerous more unique features will all be revealed upon an inspection. Tuscan-inspired exteriors showcase archways and cobbled stone driveways are all finished off by soft mood lighting. This tribute to premium styling, extreme quality finishes and graceful aesthetics ensure that buyers will put this sun-drenched villa on their must-inspect list.

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CENTURY-LONG AND STILL GOING STRONG including all favourite farm animals, flowers and fresh produce, cooking, art and craft classes, rides, and entertainment plus the added bonus of multicultural dancing, food and activities. Visitors can also show off their skills and win prizes by entering one of the many competitions including the paper plane, gumboot throwing, ironwoman/ ironman, biggest vegetable, scarecrow and photography. Major naming sponsor Parklea is proud to support the show for its fourth year. Parklea has a long history in Pakenham and Officer and is currently the largest broad acre

land holder in Cardinia shire through building communities including current land estate Timbertop in Officer. “We are excited to be a part of this fantastic event again next year, and celebrate the history and exciting growth of communities in the area,” Parklea Sales and Marketing Manager Jarod Mills said. Show president Geoff Young said: “With free entry, exhibitor numbers increasing, public support and the added bonus of the Living Learning Centre and Cardinia Library on board for the show, we will continue to grow as the number one event for Cardinia shire.” Families are encouraged to

Parklea Sales and Marketing Manager Jarod Mills and Pakenham and District Agricultural and Horticultural Show president Geoff Young welcomes the Parklea partnership. mark their calendars to attend the show for an agricultural, horticultural and multicultural experience.. The Parklea Pakenham and District Agricultural and Horticultural Show will take

place on Saturday 18 March at PB Ronald Reserve on the junction of Henry and John streets, Pakenham. Visit our Pakenham Show’s Facebook page or www. pakenhamshow.org.au for details.

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generous blocks, creek-side living A very limited release selling soon Positioned in a quiet, idyllic corner of Berwick Waters, these new lots are set directly opposite the lush Cardinia Creek reserve. Each lot is over 600m2, which means plenty of growing-up space for the kids. Sales commence on Saturday, 10th December 2016, so don’t forget to register your interest now. Berwick Waters. All the elements of a great life.

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NARRE WARREN SOUTH

LIFESTYLE PROPERTY ON ONE ACRE NESTLED in private landscaped gardens, this character-filled family property has so much to offer, located in Narre Warren South’s most desirable lifestyle precincts. Introduced by a circular pattern-paved drive, the family

home features a vast array of formal and informal living zones with charming garden views from all rooms, while the kitchen is the central hub of the home. The entertainer’s deck overlooks the superb pictureperfect parcel of land allowing

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Address: 5-6 Eve Close Inspect: Saturday, at 11am Price: On application Auction: Saturday 17 December, at 1.30pm Contact: Tracy de Riter, 0407 343 629 FIRST NATIONAL NEILSON PARTNERS, BERWICK, 9707 6000

IF you’re thinking of selling but can’t decide whether to list with an agent this year or early in the new year, First National Real Estate Neilson Partners principal Ross Neilson says there are some unusual factors to consider as 2016 draws to a close. “In my experience, this is the time of year when people who are considering selling start worrying that it’s too close to Christmas to list their property for sale,” Mr Neilson said. “And, of course, they’re right to be concerned about the slow-down in the market that traditionally takes place over the Christmas and new year period. “However, last year we were busy handling buyer inquiry right through the holiday period and, with stock levels far below normal levels nationally, we expect to be even busier this year.” Typically, home sellers get the best response to their property when there are few other properties for sale to compete with. Buyers are quick to make offers and keen to negotiate acceptable prices because they’re keen to secure a new home before listings dry up over the holidays. Homeowners thinking of selling should definitely be talking to agents now because preparing a home for sale, completing photography, and obtaining the necessary legal documents for an agent to start

work all takes time. “I’m anticipating increased stock levels in January because it’s currently a seller’s market and vendors have been holding back throughout 2016. “The real estate market is cyclical and we generally see bounces in stock levels after periods of shortages,” Mr Neilson said. “Another factor that’s hard to predict but likely to influence market conditions in 2017 is the ‘Trump Factor’. “We’ve already seen America’s largest non-bank lender start to lift fixed rate mortgages in anticipation of the US turning on the debt tap to fund infrastructure builds. “This is likely to drive interest rates up and Australia will not be immune.” Mr Neilson said that confidence is everything in the real estate marketplace and uncertainty about USA policy under President-elect Donald Trump could influence overall market conditions in 2017.

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FinE PRosPECts in PRiZED PoCKEt nestled in Berwickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most exclusive and prized position within walking distance to train station, inest schools and shops, this family home promises an idyllic family lifestyle. this premium quality residence offers a lexible loor plan with 4 brds plus study/5th brds, main brd includes WiR plus ensuite. Multiple living areas include lounge/dining, open plan family, large meals and rumpus integrating spacious kitchen with quality appliances. Extra features; dtd heating and cooling, dtd vacuum, alarm, 4 toilets and triple garage.

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Berwick 1st Class liFEstylE ClosE to all aMEnitiEs in a prized position within walking distance to train station, inest schools and shops, this home promises an idyllic family lifestyle. this feature packed home offers a lexible loor plan with 4 brds, main brd includes WiR plus ensuite. Multiple living areas include huge outdoor entertaining area, rumpus, open plan family and dining room integrating spacious kitchen equipped with granite bench, quality appliances plus ample workspace and storage, adjoining dining and family area etc.

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stunning panoramic views surround this gorgeous 30sQ country style property, capturing the very best of the relaxed setting, with rolling green grass and cottage gardens cradled on over an acre, this threebedroom residence is a tranquil escape within close proximity of Berwick and Beaconsield Villages. a fabulous investment, this lifestyle property presents many exceptional opportunities.

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PLENTY OF PASTURE YANNATHAN country is well recognized as having some of the best grazing in Gippsland, if not Australia and this is a fine example of the best of it. There are 217 acres of a gently undulating blend of typical clay loam soils to river silts and well laid out in about 22 paddocks, all with good fencing, gates that open and close, central laneway provides a perfect walk in opportunity with nothing to improve. The entire property functions well with a clean, well maintained farmyard and sheds. Originally a successful dairy farm with the “eight-a-side” shed and plant in top condition, it could easily be returned to production. There is a large four-bedroom brickveneer home with landscaped surrounds. Main features include excellent pastures, undulating, well fenced, central lane, shelter belts throughout; two hay sheds (500 rounds), 100’x30’ machinery, old milking shed (re-clad); brick milking shed, dairy with 500-gallon and 350-gallon vats, complete plant, grain crusher and store; S and D bore (e.c.), reticulated

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water/troughs all paddocks, 40 tonne pellet silo in good condition; cattle handling facilities, large hardstand yard, easy truck access, landscaped surrounds; a 26-year-old home, four bedrooms, formal lounge, dining on concrete slab in good sound condition. This reliable farm, can’t stop the grass growing, it presents in first class condition, the owners are retiring and are offering immediate possession with vendor terms a consideration.

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onsite 11 Station Street, Korumburra 3BR Miners cottage within walking distance to main street. Rear lane access with single garage. Current fixed long term tenant paying $210 pw. Price guide $195,000 plus buyers Terms:10% deposit, balance 45 days PRIOR OFFERS ACCEPTED

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25 sq home, 4 brms, study/5th bdrm, rumpus,lounge & parents lounge, spacious kitchen meals area & elevated views. Bulk of the work has been done except for some tiling, painting, floor coverings and fit off jobs. Treed areas with bal of pasture, for the pony. Lockup machinery shed, chook shed & yard. *Prosp buyers are advised to insp the prop to determine completion of works reqd & costs. OFI: Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm & Wed 5.00pm - 5.30pm Terms: 10% Deposit Balance in 30/60 Days Contact: Brian 0407868909 Andrew 0418 385 158 Shop 5/275 Station St, Koo Wee Rup

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LUXURY LIVING AT ITS BEST THIS magnificent five-year old home, set on one acre (about 4003 square metres) of picturesque landscaped gardens, is fit for grand scale living with an absolute commitment to quality and luxury. This builder’s own home was designed to suit those wanting total privacy, a brilliant sunlit north-facing aspect, and the prestigious exclusivity of a Narre Warren North address. The resort-style entrance, sweeping double entranced circular driveway, double garage on each side of the property and block elevation that encapsulates the beautiful Narre Warren North views, are but some of the many true features. Entering you’re met with double doors either side. To the left the open space living including the incredible hostess kitchen with granite bench tops, quality stainless-steel appliances including 900mm cooker and rangehood, generous pantry and glass splash back as well as a light-filled dining space and lounge area. Wander through to grand open living space capturing the outstanding views to the north. Some of the further incredible features include eight spacious bedrooms, including three master suites with walkin wardrobes and impressive ensuite including spa bath (perfect for dual occupancy), six bathrooms with floor-toceiling tiles in all, beautiful Tasmanian oak floorboards and LED lighting throughout, three zoned evaporative cooling and ducted heating system, tinted windows, three-phase power, 5kW solar panels, Blanko kitchen appliances. Outside offers expansive merbau decking, beautiful undercover alfresco perfect for entertaining, 6m x 3m swim spa, landscaped gardens spanning across the entire property, eight CCTV cameras, two water tanks of 3000-litres each and established fruit trees.

22 CAMBRIDGE STREET, LANG LANG

QUAINT TWO BEDROOM WEATHERBOARD HOME IN LANG LANG Located in quiet street on a large allotment is a modern style two bedroom home. Features include: new kitchen, gas heater, split system air conditioner, tiled floor, large single garage plus auxiliary shedding and sleep-out. Large rear yard with fruit trees, separate entry to rear. For Sale Inspect Contact

$300,000 Plus By Appointment Ray Wilkinson 0417 515 649

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95 Brundrett Road Price: On application Inspection: By appointment Contact: Debbie Brettoner, 0458 628 085 HARCOURTS BERWICK, 9707 4222

12 WATTS ROAD, NYORA

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN NYORA Located in the heat of growing township on a sealed road is a huge 1400 square metre allotment, with a two bedroom house with baltic pine floors. (House needs painting). Has a large 18 x 55ft garage with concrete floor and power. Suit investors or starters. For Sale Inspect Contact

$190,000 By Appointment Ray Wilkinson 0417 515 649

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NARRE WARREN NORTH

LUXURY LIVING IN OLDE BERWICK A fantastic opportunity presents itself with this property, situated on a block of about 4003 square metres, with a massive shed. The house has four bedrooms and a study, two bathrooms and an outdoor haven complete with a solar-heated inground pool and a cubby for the kids. This property is ideal for the whole family and would suit the home tradie or auto enthusiast. The massive shed has previously housed two enormous semi-trailer trucks and measures 24.4m x 10.6m, has threephase power, high-bay lights, sliding doors and its own amenities including a toilet and sink. The home has beautiful polished timber floors throughout, high ceilings with ceiling roses and attractive feature stainedglass. Comfort is assured with gas ducted

heating throughout and split-system airconditioning, a wood heater and an open fireplace. In addition, there is the bonus of huge under-house storage.

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DROUIN CROWN ALLOTMENT 61 LONGWARRY - DROUIN ROAD 16.38 Acres, zoned as Urban Growth. A short distance to Drouin and the Princes Freeway. With the southeast corridor providing some of the largest growth Victoria has ever seen. Whether you’re a well-seasoned developer or you’re just beginning your property portfolio we know this is an opportunity you will not want to miss.

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25-27 Cranston Close

CONTACT Zac Jeric 0428 759 015

Inspect: Saturday, 11.30-noon Auction: Saturday 3 December, at noon Price: On application Contact: Michelle Hansford, 0421 450 558, and Paul Dabb, 0413 156 280 BARRY PLANT BERWICK, 9707 1400

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This newly built home offers class and style with a little bit of charm across all three bedrooms and two large living areas. Extra features on offer include ducted heating and cooling, remote double garage with internal access, large laundry with external access, high ceilings and fully landscaped gardens – all this located walking distance to the charm of the Berwick Village.

Serenely situated in one of Berwick’s finest locales, this magnificent family residence boasts quality and versatility. Including a formal living with open fire place, formal dining, family and meals area. The kitchen showcases quality appliances and overlooks the manicured gardens. Outdoors is no less impressive with a large north facing outdoor entertaining area under pergola with views of the rolling hills beyond.

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Saturday 3rd December 2016 at 1pm unless sold prior INSPECT Saturday at 12:30pm Photo ID required CONTACT Chris Hill 0401 178 455 BERWICK 9707 1400

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Space, style and location. For sale. Conveniently situated in a quiet location this spacious home set on a large 730m2 block is beautifully presented, making this the perfect home for any family. • 4 bedrooms plus study, master with full ensuite and walk in robe • Large modern kitchen with granite tops and quality S/S appliances • Formal lounge/dining, open plan family room and separate rumpus room opens to alfresco • Double remote garage with internal access, fully landscaped gardens both front and back.

F4 G2 H2 I1 9707 0556 56-58 High Street Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au Sharon McMillan 0417 755 517 Michelle Crawford 0431 137 021

Berwick 27 Chase Boulevard

Life’s a beach.

For auction. Saturday 3 December at 11am Buyers Over $650,000 Resort style living in one of Berwick’s most sought after estates, It doesn’t get any better than that! • 3 bedrooms, master with ES/WIR • 3 living areas inc home cinema • Entertainers kitchen • Alfresco entertaining area Including heating/cooling, DLUG and your own private mini beach/alfresco entertaining area with BBQ, sink and outdoor shower this is one special home. Close to great schools, shops and public transport you don’t want to miss this one. Inspect today! 3 2 2 1

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Berwick 3 The Oval

Let your dream take flight. For sale. Buyers Over $660,000 Do you dream of owning that perfect family home? Situated on 645m2, this immaculately presented Simonds built family home is a must see. • 4 bedrooms + study • 2 spacious living areas • Quality kitchen with walk in pantry • Alfresco with café blinds With ducted heating/refrigerated cooling, DLUG, Blackbutt polished floor boards, alfresco with built in BBQ and within close proximity to public transport and local shops.

F4 G2 H2 I1 9707 0556 56-58 High Street Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au Paul Rogers 0418 564 032 Matthew Smith 0410 447 255

Dandenong North 33 Barbara Avenue

Nest or invest.

For auction. Saturday 10 December at 11am Situated on a 588m2 block, this home offers the growing family or savvy investor a fantastic opportunity. • 3 Bedrooms • Spacious lounge • Galley style kitchen • Covered balcony With timber floors, large back yard, single car garage and positioned only minutes from local schools, shops and Eastlink, this home has a lot to offer. With future development potential STCA you do not want to miss out. Inspect today!

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Narre Warren North 57 Bailey Road

7010sqm with panoramic views. For auction. Saturday 10 December at 1pm Situated in a sought-after location on a 7010-square metre allotment is this character filled 3 bedroom plus study home with views to die for! • Fully renovated kitchen with Jarrah benchtops & soft close drawers. • Cathedral ceilings, Jarrah floors, built in bookcase, renovated bathroom, gdh & evap cooling. 2 fully fenced paddocks, garage plus extra workshop/ office or bungalow, gabled pergola. Close to Marco’s IGA.

F3 G1 H3 I1 8794 0500 Office S1003 Fountain Gate SC Narre Warren obrienrealestate.com.au Steve Harrison 0407 800 915 Andrew Ward 0439 966 300

Narre Warren South 44-46 Langbourne Drive

Large family living.

For sale. Buyers Over $860,000 If it’s space you’ve been looking for, then I have the property for you • 4 bedrooms, plus study, master with walk in robe and ensuite • 4 living area’s including kitchen/ family meals, front formal lounge, a theatre downstairs and a rumpus room for the kids upstairs • Outdoors is a family’s dream, in ground salt chlorinated, solar heated swimming pool • Fully covered outdoor entertaining room with a wood coonara for the cooler nights

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Narre Warren South 18 Strathaird Drive

Your new home or investment. For sale. Buyers Over $450,000 This attractive home is perfect for a first home buyer or smart investor. Featuring: • Four generous bedrooms with BIR, master with ensuite • Two generous living areas • Family kitchen with built in breakfast bar • New carpets & freshly painted inside and out Also included is ducted heating, split system cooling, downlights, alarm, garden shed & two water tanks.

F4 G2 H2 8794 0500 Office S1003 Fountain Gate SC Narre Warren obrienrealestate.com.au Peter Ferguson 0419 559 449 Penny Ferguson 0412 559 405

Pakenham 11 Sandpiper Close

Lakeside living.

For sale. Nestled within the increasingly sought after “Lakeside” estate is where you will find this magnificent family home offering you a quality of living that is tough to beat • 4 bedrooms, master with ENS • 3 Living areas including theatre • Entertainers kitchen with S/S appliances and stone benches • Alfresco entertaining area Ducted heating/refrigerated cooling, DLUG with internal access and high ceilings throughout this is a must see for anyone looking for a great family home

F4 G2 H2 I1 9707 0556 56-58 High Street Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au Paul Rogers 0418 564 032 Matthew Smith 0410 447 255


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For auction.

8794 0500

Buyers Over $375,000

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Saturday 10 December at 11am

Office S1003 Fountain Gate SC , Narre Warren obrienrealestate.com.au Steve Harrison 0407 800 915 Andrew Ward 0439 966 300

t Renovated kitchen and bathroom t Polished timber floors t Outdoor paved undercover pergola t Ducted heating t Close to schools, Freeway access, sporting facilities and parks

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Narre Warren South 6 Nottingham Street

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Buyers Over $595,000

56-58 High Street, Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au Daniel Arnott 0487 953 333 Kostya Baksheev 0451 661 771

Buyers Over $500,00

56-58 High Street, Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au Sharon McMillan 0417 755 517 Michelle Crawford 0431 137 021

Custom designed and built - you will fall in love with this stunning family home. t 3 spacious bedrooms plus study t Galley style kitchen w/ stone bench tops t Over sized garage w/ rear access t Large pergola area & close to schools

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Perfectly positioned in the Berwick Views estate is this double-storey Metricon home of 40 squares, close to schools, shops and transport. The home has four bedrooms as well as a study and four spacious living areas made to accommodate the ever-growing family. The chef’s kitchen includes stainlesssteel appliances and is located with open access to the family and rumpus areas of the home. Upstairs you’ll find even more living space with a retreat area perfect for the

kids ideally positioned with easy access to the three generous sizes bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes, and a family bathroom. The master suite offers views as far as the eye can see and includes a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite with spa bath. Outside, on a block measuring 800 square metres, you’ll find more than enough yard space for the kids to play safely in. Added features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, a double garage with rear access and security system.

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46 Scenic Drive, Beaconsfield Inspect: By appointment Price: On application Contact: Nathan Goodman, 0417 281 255 HOCKINGSTUART, BERWICK, 8768 3800

COUNTRY RETREAT THE five-acre retreat “Whitehaven” offers the fortunate buyer a rural lifestyle catering for horses and tradesman. Nestled in a private setting on about five acres, on a corner with three access points, is this picturesque property with a dam, tennis court, pool, shedding and recently refreshed family home. The character home is built from 100-year-old red bricks, with high ceilings, decorative cornices and more. The home has four bedrooms, a spacious kitchen, kids retreat and family room. Most rooms enjoy a view of the garden and country landscape. Features new carpets, fresh paintwork, ensuite to master, plus heating and cooling. A full verandah is the perfect platform to take in all that the property has to offer, from superb gardens and established trees to the slightly undulating, scenic acreage. Tradesmen will be impressed with the circular drive, allowing provision for extra vehicles and ample shedding. This exclusive property offers the best of both worlds, a private hideaway all within an easy 15 minute drive to Beaconsfield and Emerald Village.

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3B 1C 2D 1J

Berwick 14 Coniston Avenue

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Narre Warren 9 St James Court

Central Berwick Location

For Sale

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For Sale

Located in a highly sought ater area in beautiful Berwick is this 3-bedroom abode. As you enter you are met with a great sized living room with double French doors. Through to a spacious kitchen with quality appliances, open to the light filled family meals area. The three bedrooms ofer big BIRs. Outside ofers private, low maintenance living, with a paved area and garden bed to do with as you desire. Features include, gas wall furnace x2, ceiling fans, timber floors throughout, storage and private parking space for one car.

Negotiation Over $365,000 View Saturday @ 12.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW23345

Situated on a 780m2 block located in a quiet court location. Upon entering you are met with the separate, spacious formal lounge. Through to the renovated kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances including 900mm cooker and heaps of bench and cupboard space open to the light filled dining area with gas heater. A large master bedroom and the two remaining bedrooms are serviced by the main bathroom. The block provides the opportunity for development (S.T.C.A).

Negotiation Over $450,000 View By appointment harcourts.com.au/VBW23265

Debbie Brettoner M 0458 628 085 P 9707 4222 debbie.brettoner@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Clyde North 22 Hollingrove Avenue

Debbie Brettoner M 0458 628 085 P 9707 4222 debbie.brettoner@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Clyde North 13 Brocker Street

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Brand new, over 32sq 4-bedroom plus study spec home. Master featuring ensuite with double shower, vanity and spa. Magnificent kitchen, with Caesar stone benches, high quality appliances including D/W and butlers pantry. Large alfresco perfect for all year round entertaining. Features include Victorian ash staircase, D/H, evaporative cooling, Caesar stone throughout, two telephone points, four data points, four TV points, sectional panel lit remote door with internal access from the garage and much more.

Negotiation Over $620,000 View Saturday @ 11.30am harcourts.com.au/VBW23245

Another opportunity arises in this highly sought ater Cascades on Clyde estate. Ofering 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite and WIR and the remaining three bedrooms all with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. The large sunlit kitchen, family meals is great for family fun and entertaining. Further on is a separate rumpus with access to the forth bedroom and sliding doors leading out to the alfresco. Extra comforts include dishwasher, ducted heating, cooling to the family area and two car garage with internal acces

Negotiation Over $450,000 View Saturday @ 2.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW23254

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Katrina Bartlett M 0414 791 161 P 9707 4222 katrina.bartlett@harcourts.com.au Brad Nicholls M 0417 324 711 P 9707 4222 brad.nicholls@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Narre Warren North 95 Brundrett Road Luxury Living At Its Best

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Set on 1 acre (4003m2 approx.) of picturesque landscaped gardens sits this magnificent 5-year young home, fit for grand scale living with an absolute commitment to quality and luxury. Entering you’re met with double doors either side. To the let the open space living including the hostess kitchen with granite bench tops, quality S/S appliances and glass splash back as well as a light filled dining space and lounge area. To the right, wander through to grand open living space capturing the outstanding views to the

north. Some of the further incredible features include: 8 bedrooms, including 3 master suites with WIR and ensuite including spa bath. 6 bathrooms. Tasmanian oak floorboards and LED lighting throughout. 3 zoned evaporative cooling and ducted heating. Tinted windows, 3 phase power, 5 kw solar panels, Blanko kitchen appliances. Outside ofers huge merbau decking, beautiful undercover alfresco perfect for entertaining, 6m x 3m Swim Spa & landscaped gardens spanning across the entire property.

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Berwick 1/19 Harmon Close

Price By Negotiation View Saturday @ 2.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW23342 Debbie Brettoner M 048 628 085 P 9707 4222 debbie.brettoner@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

Berwick 3 Ridge Road

3B 2C 2D 1H 2I

Character and Convenience

For Sale

North Berwick Beauty

For Sale

This warm abode front unit is perfect for downsizers, investors or first home buyers. Including a spacious lounge room, a light filled dining area and a spacious kitchen. The two great sized bedrooms with BIR’s serviced by the main bathroom finish of the under roof living. The private backyard ensures space is accommodated for, with plenty of grass still available, a rarity with most units. With space next to the single lock up garage for a second car as well. Features include; gas wall furnace, split system and a SLUG.

Negotiation Over $365,000 View Saturday @ 12.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW23335

Impressive home in ever sought ater older part of Berwick. The renovated kitchen is a focal point - with stone bench tops and quality appliances. Open to the light filled dining room. The master bedroom includes BIR’s and a renovated ensuite. A formal living room and a study with built in cabinetry looking out to the gardens finish the underroof living. Outdoors boasts a decked area with balcony and massive backyard. Features split system, D/H, timber floors, surveillance cameras and an alarm system.

Negotiation Over $680,000 View Saturday @ 11.30am harcourts.com.au/VBW23343

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Debbie Brettoner M 0458 628 085 P 9707 4222 debbie.brettoner@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

Debbie Brettoner M 0458 628 085 P 9707 4222 debbie.brettoner@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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CERTAIN VOTE WINNER LOCATED in a quiet court, this home is perfectly positioned in one of Berwickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most sought after estates, The Chase. Occupying a 512 square metre elevated allotment, this home utilises its space perfectly, presenting with excellent indoor living spaces and an enclosed outdoor entertaining area with a generous backyard. Visitors can enter and be welcomed by an array of quality appointments, sleek aesthetics and an open, natural light filled design. Finished with beautiful tiles, the living and separate dining space provides a fantastic area for the household to come together. Visitors can step out through bi-fold doors to the expansive enclosed outdoor alfresco area. The ideal place for hosting an array of family events, it boasts all-year cafe style heating and plenty of space for a barbecue. Sure to inspire the chef in the house, the kitchen is brimming with quality appointments including stone benchtops, gas cooktop and range hood and dishwasher. Further, to the rear of the home is a massive rumpus/home theatre room, which will delight the entire family when it comes to home entertainment. The complete home theatre system with speakers, projector and screen comes with this all-encompassing package. The master bedroom boasts generous proportions with walk through wardrobe, and an immaculate en suite with a double basin vanity. A further three bedrooms all include

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built-in wardrobes and are serviced by a separate main bathroom. The fifth bedroom or optional home office is perfect for the small business owner. With ducted evaporative cooling and ducted heating throughout, secure accommodation for two cars, and

moments from a beautiful park at the end of the street, this property provides everything anyone could need for relaxed family living. Berwick provides a convenient lifestyle opportunity for residents. It has easy access to Eden Rise, Casey

Central and Fountain Gate Shopping Centres and is close to major primary and secondary schools including Berwick Chase, St Catherineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Kambrya College. It is also only moments away from all major arterials.

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4 Downey Road

“Whitehaven” This 5 acre retreat offers the fortunate buyer a highly sought after, rural lifestyle catering for horses and Tradesman. Nestled in a private setting on 5 acres (approx) on a corner with 3 access points is this picturesque property boasting a dam, tennis court, pool, shedding and recently refreshed family home. The residence is defined by character built from over 100 yr old red bricks, boasting high ceilings, decorative cornices and more. The home caters for families, with 4 bedrooms, spacious kitchen, kids retreat and family room. Most rooms enjoy a view of the garden and country landscape. Features new carpets, fresh paintwork, en suite to master heating and cooling. A full veranda is the perfect platform to take in all that the property has to offer, from superb gardens and established trees to the slightly undulating, scenic acreage. Tradesmen will be impressed with the circular drive, allowing provision for extra vehicles and ample shedding. This exclusive property offers the best of both worlds, a private hideaway all within an easy 15 minute drive to Beaconsfield and Emerald Village. Contact Amanda Charles – 0400 347 968

Price: Offers Invited Inspect Saturday 1.00pm - 1.30pm Amanda Charles 0400 347 968

7 Nightingale Crescent

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BEACONSFIELD UPPER

Only 6 minutes from Berwick

Modern and Convenient Living

Positioned on 1/2 acre of landscaped gardens,solar heated pool & outdoor entertaining area nestled amongst beautiful gum trees, this property showcases the lifestyle Upper Beaconsfield has to offer.Feats 3 Bdr, S/S heat/cool, wood heater & well appointed kitchen. Outdoors has ample parking & tranquil outdoor setting all in an easy walk to the Village hub, and a short drive to schooling, sporting facilities & the local Hotel.

Located in Bellbird Park surrounded by premium properties, this lovely home will appeal to the most discerning of buyers. The family friendly floor plan offers 4 bds, master with WIR & ens, form lounge, rumpus room & open plan kit/fam/din room in the hub of the home, exiting out to the large, undercover entertaining area. Additional features inc dbl rem gge, duct heat & evap cooling.

Price: Offers Invited Inspect Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am Amanda Charles 0400 347 968

Price: Buyers Over $599,000 Inspect Saturday 1.00pm - 1.30pm Jeanine Presley 0438 332 411

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15 Sepal Lane

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Contemporary Townhouse

Delightful Family Home

Perfect for the discerning investor, first home buyer or downsizers.This property offers three generous bedrooms, study, master/en-suite, built in robes, duct heating & evap cooling. A formal lounge & open plan stone kitchen/family room which opens to the courtyard giving access to the double remote garage. A clever floor plan utilizes space and provides privacy.

Kaye Charles is proud to present for sale this conveniently located home in the sought after Chase Estate of Berwick, in close proximity to Eden Rise Shopping Centre & all desired amenities.The family friendly floor plan feats 2 living zones & fully appointed kitchen in the hub of home. 4 Bdr’s, master with WIR & ens. Additional features inc ducted heating, S/S, alfresco off the family room & dbl rem dir ent garage.

Price: Buyers Over $370,000 Inspect Saturday 11.00 am - 11.30am Jeanine Presley 0438 332 411

Price: Buyers Over $570,000 Inspect Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm Jeanine Presley 0438 332 411

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4A 3B 2D 1C

195 Split Rock Road

SIMPLY BREATHTAKING ON 4.82Ha (12 acres) Situated less than an hour’s drive Southeast of Melbourne, ‘Ashford’ is set on a picturesque and gently undulating 12 acres with sweeping views. The stunning custom built home has been constructed to exacting standards and features premium finishes and absolute luxury throughout. 4 double BR’s (incl separate guest suite), theatre room, lift, large home office, ‘bunk room’ for short term guests and adjoining rumpus with kitchenette. The main open plan living area of the home spans more than 16 metres in length - with cosy open fire places at each end, and adjoining balcony offering spectacular 180 degree panoramic views across the district and beyond.

Harkaway

BUYERS: For Sale By Negotiation Andrew Brown 0411 043 625

3A 1B 3D

82 Baker Road 5 Acres of Parklike Perfection Introduced by a maple lined avenue that opens to an elevated, sundrenched site, with wonderful North Easterly aspect, the property includes a solid brick, contemporary styled residence that whilst modest in scale, will allow for customization or extension to your taste and needs. The grounds are cleared with perimeter foliage providing privacy and interest. There is abundant room for pool, tennis court, paddocks etc. A purposeful 240m2 American barn shed includes concrete floor, lofted area and surrounding parking area. The property features substantial rainwater storage, a dam for garden/stock water and a separate studio/guest room.

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AUCTION Saturday 10th December at 12.00pm INSPECT: Saturday 2.00pm Peter Watson 0418 105 402

Harkaway

8 Olive Avenue A 1700m2 approx Green Oasis An amazing opportunity exists here. An all too rare offering in the idyllic Harkaway Village. Perfectly framed by gardens over 40 yrs in the making, this magnificent vacant allotment enjoys a desirable northerly aspect along its length and rises gently to the rear. Mature specimen trees provide interest and wonderful summer shade. Offered with approved planning permit for the construction of an existing contemporary styled residence by Graham Jones design. A fantastic opportunity to capitalise on considerable expense and effort taken to create this vision of a supremely liveable modern residence.

INSPECT: Saturday 3.00pm BUYERS: Over $500,000 Peter Watson 0418 105 402 Tracy de Riter 0407 343 629

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6 Farm Lane “PREMIERE LIFESTYLE ESTATE” An exclusive ‘Country Lane’ immediately North of the Berwick Village. Grollo built luxury ‘villa’ offering 45sq of living on 3.2 acres of parklike grounds. Captivating, panoramic views across surrounding countryside to Westernport Bay and velvety lawned grounds featuring spring fed, ornamental lakes combine to stunning effect. 5 BR’s, 2 with ensuites, separate study, and multiple living rooms. Outside, a solar heated pool, alfresco terrace, floodlit modgrass tennis court and 4 car garage plus workshop. Just a few minutes’ drive from Berwick Village, a range of excellent schools, this premium property is the perfect proposition for those seeking privacy, prestige and position.

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INSPECT: Saturday 2.00pm BUYERS: By Negotiation Andrew Brown 0411 043 625 Tracy de Riter 0407 343 629

4A 2B 3D 1C

70 Brisbane Street “CLAREMONT” A JEWEL IN THE CROWN Situated in the exclusive precinct of Brisbane Street Hill and surrounded by other historic homes, “Claremont” Circa 1930 displays a unique Art Deco style residence with high ceilings, corbelled arches and stunning Sydney Red Gum flooring. Accommodation includes 4 bedrooms, grand entertaining areas, study/ library, dressing rm. and ensuite to master, pool, carport, garage on 2074m2 block. Other features include, air conditioning, video surveillance, electronic gates and bore water irrigation.

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INSPECT: Saturday 12.00pm BUYERS: Expressions of Interest - Offers Close 19.12.16 Graeme Curtis 0419 538 940

3A 2B 2D

104-110 Buchanan Road 1.7 STUNNING ACRES IN BLUE CHIP LOCATION A picturesque and peaceful setting to build your dream home on prime ‘low density’ property NTH of the Berwick village. Measuring 6,840m2 with a 76m frontage, the near level allotment is highlighted by a magnificent a mature English Oak & Canary Island Date Palm, and represents one of the few remaining opportunities in this area. A liveable 3 BR, 2 bathroom BV home provides either the opportunity for prospective buyers to renovate and extend into a more substantial dwelling, or a great short term prospect to live in/rent out while obtaining council plans (Current plans and permits for a contemporary single level home are available).

INSPECT: By Appointment BUYERS: Over $1,250,000 Andrew Brown 0411 043 625

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Berwick

Pakenham

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5A 3B 2D

139 Webster Way

A Grand Entertainer This executive home features a formal lounge/dining room, family area, rumpus room & upstairs retreat with balcony access. The gourmet kitchen features stone bench tops, s/s appliances & butlers pantry. 5 bedrooms include two master bedrooms with WIR & ensuites while the 3 additional robed bedrooms have BIR & are serviced by a central bathroom. Highlights include Sydney Blue Gum floorboards, large alfresco, expansive rear lawn, alarm, ducted reverse cycle a/c, vacuum system, high ceilings & double garage with rear drive-thru access. Situated in a prized location only footsteps from Heritage Springs Shopping Centre, schools, public transport & access to the Freeway.

Beaconsield Upper

54 Beaconsield Emerald Road Picturesque Lifestyle retreat Pool, tennis & ponies! Superbly positioned on a sealed road, this ‘family friendly’ property comprises 5 idyllic acres that’s a mix of cleared pastures and perimeter shelter belts. The 2 level home boasts 4 bedrooms, plus study, generous formal & informal living areas, a stunning solar heated pool and shade sail, covered alfresco deck and rebound ace tennis court. Also, features are double garage, separate work shed, 3 car shaded carport and full asphalt return driveway. Give your family the benefit of a true country lifestyle whilst not sacrificing proximity to all wanted urban facilities. A versatile property with something for all in the family.

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INSPECT: Saturday 12:00pm BUYERS: Over $595,000 Matt Clark 0417 411 883 Libby Rodriguez 0415 269 538

4A 2B 5D 1C

INSPECT: Saturday 3.00pm BUYERS: Over $1,000,000 Peter Watson 0418 105 402

3A 1B 2D

130 Nar Nar GoonLongwarry Road A SUBSTANTIAL LAND BANKING OPPORTUNITY For Sale by Expressions of Interest (Closes December 15th 2016). • Almost 129 Acres in 3 Titles • To be sold as a whole • Strategically positioned parcel • Exceptional accessibility with 3 street frontages • Power, mains water & gas connected • Reticulated sewer available • Immediately proximate to educational, recreational facilities & public transport • Unsurpassed access to M1 Freeway • Property occupied on a periodic tenancy Information Memorandum Available.

INSPECT: By Appointment BUYERS: Expressions Of Interest Nyall Greene 0409 560 778

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Heritage Rise Estate Oicer is a boutique land development on the north side of the Princes Hwy, perfectly located near everything that you and your family will need to thrive in this community.

A GREAT PLACE TO CALL HOME

Narre Warren Visit us at: 245 Pink Hill Boulevard, Oicer Heritage Rise Estate is set around the original Fairwood Park Cottage which remains in the estate and reminds us of the pioneer days and the earlier settlers of the Oicer area. Fairwood Park Cottage is a signiicant historical property and is to be authentically restored and maintained and will hold pride of place at Heritage Rise.

Enter from Fairwood 9705 Rise 4888 With a magniicent stand of original trees, along with further selective planting, the Cottage will retain its aspect from Princes Highway and its character will be visually enjoyed from within the estate.

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Pakenham

38 Stockmans Circuit

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3A 2B 2D 1C

4A 2B 2D 1C

5-6 Eve Close

Magniicently Positioned!

Nestled in a highly sought after location is this sensational home. Separate formal lounge, study, open plan family & meals area. Features include, paved outdoor entertaining area, gas ducted heating, split system a/c, double garage with rear access, all on a grand 719m2 Allotment.

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1 Acre Lifestyle property INSPECT: By Appointment BUYERS: Over $470,000 Libby Rodriguez 0415 269 538 Todd McKenna 0418 391 182

Introduced by a circular pattern paved drive the family home features a vast array of formal and informal living zones. The entertainer’s deck overlooks the superb picture perfect parcel of land. A tradespersons delight, close to schools, supermarkets, shopping and fwy access.

AUCTION Saturday 17th Dec at 1.30pm INSPECT: Saturday 11.00am Tracy de Riter 0407 343 629

AUCTION Hampton Park

Narre Warren

4A 2B 4D

2 Briarley Court

3A 2B 2D

11 Terry Close

MOVE STRAIGHT IN!

ROUGH DIAMOND

Set in a quiet court location and filled with natural light this very well looked after home has much to offer. Featuring large 4 car garage, undercover alfresco, ducted heating and floating floorboards. Call NOW- an inspection will not disappoint!

FOR SALE INSPECT: Saturday 12:00pm BUYERS: Over $380,000 Sachin Arora 0411 081 640

This home has all the “I wants” and a top of the court location, all within the easiest of walks to Maramba Primary & F/Gate Secondary Schools. Features a huge kid friendly backyard, oversized double garage and covered outdoor entertaining. Great opportunity here!

AUCTION 10th December at 2.00pm INSPECT: Saturday 2.00pm Gary Andrews 0400 250 075

LAND CORNER DO YOU OWN LAND AND WANT TO SELL IT? ADVERTISE HERE FREE OF CHARGE RESIDENTIAL LAND WANTED - BUYERS WAITING

96 Jackson Drive Heritage Rise Estate 9 Skylark Boulevard Heritage Rise Estate Lot 5, 23 Penton Way Lot 21 Aylmer Road 26 Quarry Hills Drive

DROUIN OFFICER CLYDE OFFICER LYNBROOK LYNBROOK BERWICK

883m² 325m² 480m² 450m² 592m² 603m² 689m²

912 U7 214 D2 131 H9 214 D2 129 C3 129 B3 111 B6

1 ACRE & 1/2 ACRE BLOCKS WANTED - BUYERS WAITING 36 Bunyip-Modella Rd 15-17 Wheeler Road Lot 2/3 Fairway Court 8 Olive Avenue 3 Roy Ross Court Lot 9 Peak Drive Lot 27 Peak Drive

BUNYIP MARYKNOLL PAKENHAM HARKAWAY PAKENHAM HARKAWAY HARKAWAY

2024m² 8000m² 3350m² 1690m² 1.25ha 4308m² 4674m²

912 S6 304 A11 318 A7 109 D11 213 E6 109 B11 109 B12

$155,000 $240,000 $290,000+ $310,000 $480,000+ $480,000+ U/Offer $275,000 $420,000+ $429,000 $500,000 $580,000+ $650,000 $815,000

Pakenham 5 Ridge Place

Industrial Block! -Zoned: Industrial 1 -Fully Fenced -All services available -Easy Access to M1 Freeway -Build and Develop your own site

INSPECT: By Appointment BUYERS: $420,000 Todd McKenna 0418 391 182

Contact Michael Patchell 0419 381 411

Narre Warren

Berwick

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Over 55â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Retirement Living

Featuring a modern and functional kitchen with stainless steel appliances, air conditioned living and meals area, and north facing courtyard. Includes gas ducted heating and a remote lock up garage with internal access. Inspect Now!

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4A 2B 3D 1C

54 Balmain Drive

Here today gone tomorrow

FOR SALE INSPECT: By Appoinment BUYERS: $260,000 Gary Andrews 0400 250 075

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Modern Townhouse

Stylishly refurbished throughout, this sun drenched home features polished floor boards, open plan stone kitchen, S/S apps ,heating & cooling, 3 living areas, banquet sized entertainment area with Pizza oven plus under cover Spa. Super sized garage and sep boat/caravan port.

Beaconsield

INSPECT: Saturday 1.00pm BUYERS: Over $650,000 Elisabeth Gunness 0418 310 524 Michael Patchell 0419 381 411

3A 1B 1D

1/2-3 Kevin Close SNAP ME UP!

This lovely 2 year old town home is an investors dream! 2 living areas, open plan kitchen & meals areas with gas ducted heating & low maintenance gardens. Situated in the popular Cardinia Lakes Estate within walking distance to the beautiful lakes, shopping & transport.

Berwick

29/21-25 Parkhill Drive

INSPECT: Saturday 11:00am BUYERS: $375,000 Libby Rodriguez 0415 269 538

INSPECT: Saturday 1.00pm BUYERS: Buyers Over $390,000 Samantha Johnson 0478 178 618 Andrew Brown 0411 043 625

Pakenham

2A 1B

3 Roy Ross Court

2BR Retirement Unit

Berwick Retirement Village - kitchen & living room lead to compact yard & pergola, gas heater, evap cooling, emergency call system, community room, village bus.

This adorable three bedroom unit is the perfect opportunity for a first home buyer, investor or downsizer. Featuring a large living area, private alfresco with extra yard space, gas heating, split system air conditioning, and internal access from the garage. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t miss out!

Field of Dreams, Views to the Bay INSPECT: By Appointment BUYERS: $290,000 Andrew Brown 0411 043 625

3 acre allotment, fully fenced & power available with easy access to nearby Upper Beaconsfield Village. Option to build your ideal home in an elevated position at the end of a quiet court. Secure this lifestyle & let your field of dreams begin!

INSPECT: By Appointment BUYERS: Over $580,000 Matt Clark 0417 411 883

Narre Warren

Berwick

Pakenham

9705 4888

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AUCTION SATURDAY

BERWICK 24 MCNABB STREET 1223 sqm (approx) of endless opportunity. The current tri level home has 4 bedrooms plus study, master with ensuite, double garage, huge living area, upper and lower balconies could use some renovations or utilises this large allotment as a blank canvas for development (stca) or ideal for that dream family home. Located a short walk to Berwick Village which is renowned for its old world charm, specialty shops and restaurants, public transport, train station, and of course the array of speciality public and private schools. Auction Saturday 3rd December at 11.00am.

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nathan Goodman 0417 281 255 Peter thompson 0418 559 536

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Berwick 8768 3800

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OFFICER 59 SKYLINE DRIVE With an open formal entry and hallway, the convenience of front study, master bedroom with double ensuite and WIR. Formal living which has been converted to theatre room. Spacious central hub kitchen with stone benchtops, 900s/s freestanding Blanco stove, walk in pantry and soft closing doors/draws, which all opens onto the meals, sitting room with feature gas log fire and family room area all incorporating the decked outdoor area with outstanding views and that open feeling. The extra 2 bedrooms with 4th bed option/childrens play area, is serviced by the modern bathroom and separate wc. Double remote garage with internal entrance and modern laundry. Low maintenance garden includes ducted heating, cooling and alarm. Why wait to build when this gem is ready to go.

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Peter thompson 0418 559 536 nathan Goodman 0417 281 255

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Berwick 8768 3800

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2 Ridge Road, BeRwick Magniicent Family Residence Brilliantly situated in one of Berwick’s finest locales, this magnificent family residence is one to call home. Recently refurbished this 3 bedroom plus study home showcases an immaculate kitchen which overlooks decking area with fabulous rear garden, all situated on 782sqm (approx.) block. Within Berwick Secondary School zoning!

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Tranquillity On 5283sqm Set on a stunning acreage lifestyle block, this modernised home is sure to impress. A circular asphalt driveway leads you to a fully landscaped modern front garden, and drive through auto gates to the backyard. Explore an outdoor entertaining mecca – a full undercover spacious and bright sunroom. Summer will be fun in the solar pool with decking alfresco, large shedding too. Close to Fountain Gate S/C and Monash Freeway.

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Price Suit Buyers Over $1,050,000 View Saturday 1-1:30pm (Photo ID Required) Contact Kristen Turner 0410 615 228 Brix Cai 0433 925 529

PEAKE PEOPLE ACHIEVE RESULTS INTRODUCING PEAKE’S NEWEST SALES TEAM MEMBER Zeb is a Beaconsield local who can simply be described as passionate, honest, hard working and results driven. 27 McBride Road, BEACONSFIELD UPPER Green Valley - 20 Acres Just 400 metres from the centre of Upper Beaconsfield on the sealed McBride Road you will find a peaceful paradise known as Green Valley. A contemporary spacious split level home that offers views from every window across to Western Port and Port Phillip Bays. A vast allotment of just over 20 acres with approx. 15 cleared, pastured and fenced paddocks for horses or livestock.

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If you’re thinking of selling and want to achieve an outstanding result, call Zeb today on 0413 045 781 for an appraisal.

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Lot 1 Five Mile Road

Buyers Over $435,000

RARE VACANT LAND This small acreage block comprising 3.7 acres has the ability to be transformed into the lifestyle that you have been looking for out of the suburbs. Close to the Chiro College and a short distance to either Nar Nar Goon or Pakenham. The block will be fenced and has power available. It’s about choices – here’s your chance!! Call Now!!

Pakenham

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Pakenham

Buyers Over $395,000

ASCOT – PAKENHAM CENTRAL

PAKENHAM’S BEST UNIT ?

Located in the prestigious Ascot Estate is this flat level block. Land area of 363m2 – 12.94m frontage this is one of the larger blocks in the estate, Protective covenants and design guidelines in place. A new estate with township convenience. Pakenham Marketplace, transport and Pakenham CBD at your doorstep. Invest with confidence in this superior estate!!

This quality unit is situated in a prime location that is flat walking distance to shops, doctors & transport. The 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit has its own driveway & double garage. Big master bedroom with full ensuite. Feature timber floors through the kitchen and meals. A separate lounge that has a pleasant outlook and ample size. Ducted heating, separate cooling, private low maintenance yard. It’s a quality unit & only 18 months old – it’s ready to be SOLD!!

Pakenham

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Bunyip

P.O.A.

PRIME 2 ACRE BLOCK

HIGH EXPOSURE SITE – TWO TITLES

So close to town yet on the back of farms is this premium block with power, mains water and bitumen road frontage while being walking distance to Beaconhills College, sports facilities and transport. Build your dream home here – ready to be sold, priced to sell!!

This excellent industrial site has 2 titles – 1777m2 & 3760m2 & substantial shedding- 27.5m X 8.3m (503m2) Fully enclosed, 30.5m X 12.2m (372m2) Fully enclosed incl office - 21m X 9m (189m2) Open sided shed. The site would lend itself to a variety of uses including rural supplies, mechanical repairs, transport yard, timber yard, second hand yard, panel repair shop, car yard, rural machinery sales (STCA) to name a few. Hard to find site that will continue to be enhanced by the growth of the area.

Pakenham

200-204 Princes Highway

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

GATEWAY LOCATION – INCOME & POTENTIAL!! Strategically located on Princes Highway is this unique & high exposure site. With a land area of 2,919m2 approx & two road frontages it captures all the passing. Purpose built building has an area of 806m2 heating/cooling throughout, kitchen, learning rooms, chapel, foyer & separate offices. On-site carparks, enclosed rear yard & play equipment. Currently leased as a place of worship until 22nd May, 2021, $180,000 plus set increases for the duration of the lease. Further options available. This site offers income & potential for development in the future. Premium location, invest with confidence here!!

Derrick Brown 0418 317 096

Stephen O’Loughlin 0408 591 170

Phil Caswell 0419 882 650

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5 reServoir road, narre Warren norTh

250 ormond road, narre Warren SouTh

• Situated on 4529 sqm of prime land

• Open plan living with kitchen complete with dishwasher & pantry, dining area and large family room. Gas ducted heating and reverse cycle split system

• Attached to the rear of the home is a second living quarter which has its own bedroom, bathroom, living area, kitchenette and external entry door but also has internal access to the Private $1,200,000 Open Contact Agent main house Contact Khalid Sarwari • Ducted heating/cooling throughout, ducted Call 0422 406 745 vacuum, property is fully fenced & two car accommodation under rooline

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• Currently leased until the July 2017, with a return of $1825 per month • Located close to Parks, many schools and Child Care Centers, Amberley Park Shopping Centre, Casey Central Shopping Centre

148 The Promenade, narre Warren SouTh

8 Pedigree grove, Cranbourne eaST

• This family home set in this highly sought after location has everything and more!

• Master suite with walk through robes and an elegant ensuite. The other 3 bedrooms come with their own private bathrooms and great sized robes

• Undercover entertaining area, with rear drive through access from the garage this entertainers dream • Walking distance to schools, 4 Bedrooms plus study, 3 living areas, recently updated kitchen and bathrooms, ducted heating and cooling, rear access from garage, pitched roof pergola

Private $580,000 Plus Buyers Open Saturday 2:30-3:00 Contact Ghafour Sarwari Call 0407 090 491

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• 4 Separate living areas, separate Study, butlers Pantry, 900mm Stainless Steel appliances, ducted heating, ducted evaporative cooling, landscaped gardens & quality window furnishings throughout

Private $480,000 Plus Buyers Open Contact Agent Contact Najeeb Olomi Call 0425 761 116

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Hi, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m Paul Glasgow, your personal Agent when selling your property, living and specialising in the Berwick or Narre Warren area. I specialise in providing personal attention to selling your property because I will be the only person you deal with. This allows a truly focussed attention to detail every step of the way through the marketing and sale process which will ensure the best result possible. Being a mobile agent I am not tied to any one oice or any one area, but with all the marketing expertise and support provided from a leading real estate brand.

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OPENBERWICK HOMES EDITION

south eastern

BEACONSFIELD

BERWICK Kaye Charles – 9707 0111

DOVETON

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

117 Doveton Avenue

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 9707 0556

44 Langbourne Drive

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

Kaye Charles – 9707 0111

117 Doveton Avenue

Sun 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 9707 0556

19 Warren Park Place

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

7 – 8 McDonald Court

Sat 10.30am – 11.00am

OBrien – 8794 0500

17 Ashton Rise

Sat 10.30am – 11.00am

Eview South East – 8794 1200

19 Porchester Blvd

Sat 12.00pm

1/2–3 Kevin Close

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 9705 4888

18 Leisurewood Drive

Sat 2.00pm

1 Brodie Mews

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

4 Westmere Street

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

65 Sherwood Road

Sat 11.30am – 12.00pm

Eview South East – 8794 1200

10 Caravelle Court

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

86 Beaconsfield Emerald Road

1Brodie Mews

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

16 Blake Street

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

ENDEAVOUR HILLS

1 Westmere Street

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

14 Cunningham Drive

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

4 Cassia Court

OBrien – 9707 0556

BEACONSFIELD UPPER

6 Farm Lane

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

EMERALD Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

5 – 6 Eve Close

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

104 Robinswood Parade

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 8794 0500

OBrien – 8794 0500

18 Strathaird Drive

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 8794 0500

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

16 Ardblair Terrace

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

4 Downey Road

Sat 1.00pm

Kaye Charles – 9707 0111

13 Middleton Grove

Sat 2.30pm – 3.00pm

Eview South East – 8794 1200

33 St Georges Road

Sat 11.00am

Kaye Charles – 9707 0111

3/4A Buchanan Road

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

18 Throsby Court

Sat 10.00am – 10.30am

OBrien – 9706 0556

2 Hedgerow Court

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

32 Beaconsfield Emerald Road

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

10 Casey Drive

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

18 Throsby Court

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 9706 0556

3 Briant Close

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

195 Split Rock Road

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

13 Magdeana Place

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

26 Girvan Circuit

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 9706 0556

6 Nottingham Street

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

27 McBride Road

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

16 Graneel Grove

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

49 John Fawkner

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

5 Addlington Court

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

2 Yackatoon Road

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

15 Peppertree Avenue

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

3 The Oval

8 Monica Close

54 Beaconsfield Emerald Road

1 Shannon Way

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

7 Coledale Close

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

3 Riddleston Court

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

9 Gathrey Court

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

148 The Promenade

Sat 2.30pm – 3.00pm

Only Estate Agents – 8786 8889

14 Cunningham Drive

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

71 Berwick Springs Promenade Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

3 Riddleston Court

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

44 Langbourne Drive

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

104 Robinswood Parade

Sun 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 8794 0500

18 Strathaird Drive

Sun 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 8794 0500

16 Ardblair Terrace

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

2 Hedgerow Court

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

3 Briant Close

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

18 Strathaird Drive

Tue 4.00pm – 4.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300 Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300 First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

BERWICK 26 Blake Street

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

27 Chase Boulevard

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

4 Westmere Street

Sun 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

13 Magdeana Place

Sun 3.00pm – 3.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

51 John Fisher Drive

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

54 Balmain Drive

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

7 Nightingale Cres

Sat 1.00pm

14 Charles Conder Place

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Kaye Charles – 9707 0111 OBrien – 9707 0556

24 McNabb St

Thu 4.00pm – 4.30pm

Hocking Stuart – 8768 3800

10 Cashmere Cresent

Thu 6.00pm – 6.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

Thu 6.00pm – 6.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

Tue 6.00pm – 6.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

16 Graneel Grove

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

14 Charles Conder Place

1 Bunderim Retreat

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

15 Lisburn Way

3 The Oval

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

BLIND BIGHT

102 Avebury Drive

Sat 1.30pm – 2.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

48 Shinners Avenue

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

43 Glenview Rise

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Only Estate Agents – 8786 8889

5 Caledonia Court

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

3 & 4/4 Allan Street

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

67 Peel Street

Sat 1.30pm – 2.00pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

21 Ashfield Drive

Sat 1.30pm – 2.00pm

Eview South East – 8794 1200

74 Mansfield Street

Sat 10.00am – 10.30am

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

4 Cassia Court

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

18 Throsby Court

Sun 10.00am – 10.30am

OBrien – 9706 0556

26 Girvan Circuit

Sun 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 9706 0556

49 John Fawkner Drive

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

7 Coldale Court 9 Gathrey Court

Sun 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

Sun 3.00pm – 3.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

HALLAM

OBrien – 9707 0556 Eview South East – 8794 1200 Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

4 Albatross Close

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

120 Hinrichsen Drive

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Eview South East – 8794 1200

6 Nottingham Street

Wed 5.00pm – 5.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

Albatross Close

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

10/4 Young Road

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Only Estate Agents – 8786 8889

7–8 McDonald Court

Thu 7.00pm – 7.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

11 Doran Road

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 5941 4444

18 Strathaird Drive

Thur 6.00pm – 6.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

22 Nylander Road

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 5941 4444

35 Corcoran Road

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 5941 4444

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

HAMPTON PARK 2 Briarley Court

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 9705 4888

2/1Wilela Court

HARKAWAY CARRUM DOWNS 187 Hall Road

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

NOBLE PARK

82 – 86 Baker Road

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

NYORA

8 Olive Avenue

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

1045 McDonalds Track

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

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CLYDE NORTH

77–81 Beaumont Road

Sat 10.30am – 11.00am

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

24 McNabb St

Sat 10.30am – 11.00am

Hocking Stuart – 8768 3800

1 Raneen Place

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

15 Lisburn Way

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 9707 0556

55 Lodge Crescent

Sat 11.30am – 12.00pm First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

3 Ridge Road

Sat 11.30am – 12.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

13 Dempster Way

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

1/17 Rheanva Street

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

2 Dirkala Retreat

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

9 Lakewood Drive

Sat 11.30am – 12.00pm

Eview South East – 8794 1200

28 Kelburn Road

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

LYNBROOK

18 Flowerbloom Crescent

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

9 Serene Way

Sat 1.30pm – 2.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

22 Hollingrove Avenue

Sat 11.30am – 12.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

22 Waler Circuit

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

6 Tristram Rise

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

13 Brocker Street

Sat 2.30pm – 3.00pm

225 Bridge Road

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 5941 4444

1 / 35 Meaby Drive

Fri 4.00pm – 4.30pm

Barry Plant – 59 41 1977

Only Estate Agents – 8786 8889

138 Webster Way

Fri 5.30pm – 6.00pm

Barry Plant – 59 41 1977

OBrien – 8794 0500

TOORADIN Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

Sat 11.00 – 11.30am

58 Seebeck Drive

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

276 Golf Links Road

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

2/3–5 Evans Street

11 Terry Close

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

First National Neilson Partners – 9705 4888

WARRAGUL

1 Weiske Street

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

40 Lantana Drive

Sun 1.00pm – 1.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

58 Seebeck Drive

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

1 Weiske Street

Sun 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

8 Pedigree Grove

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

16 Woodchase Court

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Only Estate Agents – 8786 8889 OBrien – 5995 0500

OBrien – 8794 0500

28 Myrtle Drive

28 Abrus Circuit

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

3 Derby Court

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

44 Kindred Avenue

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

3 Derby Court

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

8 Ferncroft Court

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

DANDENONG

84 Grices Road

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

33 Barbara Avenue

3 Bewley Way

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

Sun 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

NARRE WARREN NORTH 29A Robinson Road

Sat 4.00pm – 4.30pm

25 – 27 Cranston Court

Sat 11.30am – 12.00pm

1Aranmore Court Sat 10.30am – 11.00am

95 Brundrett Road

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Eview South East – 8794 1200

DINGLEY VILLAGE 2 Rudolf Court

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400 OBrien – 8794 0500

OBrien – 9707 0556

DANDENONG NORTH 21 Stevenson Avenue

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

Eview South East – 8794 1200

Sat 2.30pm – 3.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Kaye Charles – 9707 0111

Barry Plant – 59 41 1977

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

AUCTION

CRANBOURNE NORTH

1/19 Harmon Close

First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

139 Webster Way

3 Loxford Court

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

Sat 2.00pm – 2.30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

Sat 11.00am – 11.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 5941 4444

OBrien – 9707 0556

1 Shannon Way

9 Nightingale Crescent

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

69 Atlantic Drive

OBrien – 5995 0500

5 Van Der Haar Avenue

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

16 Ash Crescent OBrien – 8794 0500

OBrien – 5995 0500

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

Only Estate Agents – 8786 8889

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

13 Clover Close

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

10 Reid Mews

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

18 Lucerine Circuit

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 5941 4444

28 Kent Road

OBrien – 9707 0556

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

Alex Scott & Staff – 5941 1111

Sat 1.30pm – 2.00pm

40 Lantana Drive

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Sat 1.15pm – 1.45pm

8 Hayden Grove,

OBrien – 5995 0500

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

53a Ryan Road

Alex Scott & Staff – 5941 1111

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

19 Armstrong Street

2 Ridge Road

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

66 Marklin Street

10 Shiels Street

4 Bernly Boulevard

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

NARRE WARREN

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

OBrien – 8794 0500

Sat 11.00am

35 Macquarie Circuit

OBrien – 5995 0500

70 Brisbane Street

Harcourts – 9707 4222

Barry Plant – 5990 9400

PAKENHAM

OBrien – 5995 0500

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm First National Neilson Partners – 9707 6000

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

Hocking Stuart – 8768 3800

Sat 1.00 – 1.30pm

Sat 11.00am – 11.30am

1–3/42 Buchanan Road

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

Sat 1.00 – 1.30pm

33 Officer Road

Sat 1.00pm – 1.30pm

CRANBOURNE EAST

14A Coniston Avenue

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

59 Skyline Way

48 Freshfields Drive

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

10 Cahsmere Cresent

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15 Lamb Street

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 9707 0556

1 Richards Road

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15 Sepal Lane

CRANBOURNE

1 Cord Close

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

NAR NAR GOON

9 Russell Street

Sat 12.30pm – 1.00pm

Sat 1.30pm – 2.00pm

Harcourts – 9707 4222

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

OBrien – 5995 0500

LYNDHURST 19 Saltbush Avenue

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Only Estate Agents – 8786 8889

Sat 12.00pm – 12.30pm

9 Wilona Way

18 Dutton Close

MODELLA

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27 Chase Boulevard

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Auction 1.00pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

24 McNabb St

11am AUCTION

Hocking Stuart – 8768 3800

77–81 Beaumont Road

Sat 11.00 – 11.30am

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

13 Clover Close

Sat 1.00 – 1.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

67 Peel Street

Sat 2.00 – 2.30pm

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

57 Bailey Road

Sat 3.00pm – 3.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

NARRE WARREN NORTH

57 Bailey Road

Sun 11.00am – 11.30am

OBrien – 8794 0500

25–27 Cranston Court

1 Aranmore Court

Sun 2.00pm – 2.30pm

OBrien – 8794 0500

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

29A Robinson Road

Sun 4.00pm – 4.30pm

OBrien – 9706 0556

7–8 McDonald Court

Sat 12.00 – 12.30pm

Auction 11am

Barry Plant – 9707 1400

OBrien – 8794 0500

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Mazda leads in festive safety EVERY vehicle in the Mazda range at Berwick Mazda has been awarded the highest 5 star ANCAP safety rating. With 258 lives lost on the road this year alone, vehicle safety this holiday period is more important than ever. Berwick Mazda Sales manager Leigh Nesbitt said the Mazda range offered exceptional peace of mind without compromising on affordability. “We are delighted that our entire range of new Mazda vehicles offers peace of mind to families in the market for a new car,” Berwick Mazda Sales manager Leigh Nesbitt said. Berwick Mazda’s range features the notable i-ACTIVSENSE advanced safety technologies designed to help drivers recognise potential hazards, avoid collisions and minimise the severity of accidents when they are unavoidable. Smart-City brake support is standard across all Mazda3, Mazda6, CX-5 and CX-9, and GVectoring is standard across all Mazda3 and Mazda6. With Brand-New CX-9 recently joining the 5 star ANCAP list, the 7-seat SUV boasts the ultimate family safety: i-ACTIVSENSE safety technology (Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Smart City Brake Support as standard equipment across all CX-9 grades. Berwick Mazda’s top tips for getting your family road trip ready for the festive season: “Prepare. Make sure your vehicle service is up to date, ensure you have checked your tyre condition and pressure before you tow your camper. Pack an emergency kit, and with so many great destinations along the way don’t forget to make short stops to avoid fatigue,” Mr Nesbitt recommends. Berwick Mazda offers child-restraint fittings and free vehicle safety checks. To book, call 8796 6222.

Pictured with brand new CX-9 SUV, Berwick Mazda Sales manager Leigh Nesbitt and Sales consultants Nicholas Loukidis and Brad Millar. 162410

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Christmas buffet FOOD Star Family Restaurant Narre Warren will be open on Christmas Day, so guests can celebrate with family and friends and not do the dishes. Food Star, run my Lili and Flora Tan, will offer a large variety of buffet style hot and cold food, seafood, Asian dishes, salads and hot and cold dessert as well as free tea and coffee on Christmas Day. “Special prices apply for Christmas Day,” Lili said. “There will be two lunch sittings on Christmas Day, from 11am until 1pm and then 1.30pm to 3.30pm.”

Food Star is a well-known eatery in the Narre Warren area. “All you can eat, the cheapest prices in town, is the promise at Food Star Narre Warren,” Lili said. “Many customers return for more of the fresh tasty food that is so reasonably priced.” She said they had vegetarian and gluten free options. “Accommodating up to 300 people, Food Star Narre Warren is the ideal venue for a party for celebration. “Whether for a couple or larger family or a function for

up to 300 people, Food Star can readily cater for any occasion such as family get-togethers, birthday parties, community parties and groups.” The restaurant has been running for more than 15 years, but Lili and Flora Tan have been operating it for the past two years. Find them at 442 Princes Highway, Narre Warren. Food Star Family Restaurant is open 11.30am to 3pm and 5.30pm to 9.30pm. Phone 9796 7788 for more information.

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Swimming for kids is a treat NARRE Warren’s first specialty swimming facility for children will provide tours of its boutique learn-to-swim centre at an open day on 21 January. JUMP! Swim Schools Narre Warren co-owner Meenal Gulati said the open day would provide parents the opportunity to view the award-winning facility, meet the highly skilled teachers and enrol their children in lessons. The importance of teaching children to swim was in the spotlight this week with the State Government announcing that all children will have to be able to swim at least 50 metres before they leave primary school. The benchmark is designed to reduce fatal drownings. Currently, three out of five children can’t swim when they leave primary school. Mrs Gulati said JUMP! offered small classes, intimate service and a curriculum that specialises in babies. “It allows children to develop water confidence in a safe, calm and comfortable environment that doesn’t have the crowds and distractions of regular pools,” she said.

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New store on the table Monica, Geetansh and Meenal are excited about the opening of JUMP! Narre Warren. 162346 It is this very reason that Mrs Gulati’s 18-month-old son Geetansh will begin his learnto-swim lessons at JUMP! Swim Schools Narre Warren. “He will be our first customer,” she said. The JUMP! Swim Schools Narre Warren open day will run from 10am to 1pm and include free face painting, balloon art, goody bags, a sausage sizzle

and tours of the facility. It will be the 47th site for rapidly growing multinational company which is already teaching the fun life skill to 13,800 children and babies across Australia. JUMP! Narre Warren is at 2/5 Deblin Drive, Narre Warren, and JUMP Berwick is located at 28 Enterprise Avenue.

OZ DESIGN Furniture’s newest store has opened in Narre Warren. The business has been operating since 1979 and the Narre Warren store, which opened on 17 October, is its newest store, according to marketing co-ordinator Chelsea Van Der Burg. She said Oz Design Furniture offers an extensive range of products from sofas, entertainment units, occasional tables, consoles, buffets, storage units, shelving, dining chairs and tables to an extensive range of on-trend homewares, cushions, mirrors, lamps, rugs, decor and decorative vases. Chelsea said it also offered

Australian-made furniture in a vast range of colour and fabric options which allows consumers to enjoy a customised experience. “Our timber product is also available in a range of stain and timber choices to suit personal style and preference,” she said. Chelsea said consumers could shop in store or online for convenience. “Come along to Narre Warren to meet the team who can help you create the home you love,” she said. “Oz Design Furniture have been in business since 1979. With more than 35 years of experience we are able to bring

quality stylish and unique furniture and homewares collections. “We have 28 stores on the eastern seaboard of Australia. “For those who prefer to online shop and ship, we offer this service as well. “We offer the latest interior inspirations and Australian made furniture.” OZ Design Furniture is at Unit 8, 44 Victor Crescent, Narre Warren. It is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5.30pm, Saturday from 9am to 5pm and Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Email narrewarren@ozdesignfurniture.com.au or phone 8560 1160.

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CHRISTMAS

IN HALLAM A Mail News Advertising Feature

The ABC of life THE Hallam Community Learning Centre is having an open day on 13 December, from 10am-2pm. The centre prides itself on preparing the children that attend these sessions for all sorts of things that might come their way. Topics covered included science with erupting volcanos, Da Vinci paintings during art time and nature and wild animals. The centre can’t wait to see what the staff have in store for 2017. Currently, there are vacancies for the 2017 sessions, so why not call on 9703 1688. The centre has undergone a massive renovation, thanks to the City of Casey. The answering machine is on and we are checking messages. Hallam Community Learning Centre is situated at 56 Kays Avenue, Hallam.

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proud of their professionalism and attention to detail and run a friendly and efficient workshop. “We endeavour to always improve our service,” he said. “Like any business, we try to improve our service and range to suit our customers’ needs. Our shop is clean, open and orderly. “And by adding your name to our email list at www.ivanhoecycles.com.au you get emails only of special offers. “We fit racks, computers and other accessories bought from us free. We also have facilities to fit car racks and roof mount bike racks.” Ivanhoe Cycles are at 21/2-10 Hallam South Road and has ample parking. It is open from 9am to 6pm weekdays, 9am to 5pm Saturdays and 10am to 4pm Sunday.

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Explore the wonderful array of bicyles at Ivanhoe Cycles this festive season.

IT’S every child’s rite of passage to find a shiny new bike under the tree on Christmas morning. Getting the right bicycle for your child or loved one is a task made easy this festive season, thanks to Ivanhoe Cycles in Hallam. Manager Michael Ripley said Ivanhoe Cycles was a one-stop shop for all your Christmas cycle needs, offering servicing for bikes as well as school discounts and sponsorship and accessories. “We have a wide range of bicycle accessories,” he said. “We order stock once a week or on the day for special requests.” He said his shop stocked a lot of brands including Giant, Wilier, Cube, Castelli, Limar, Kask, Netti and a variety of others. Michael and his staff are


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SEPTIC TANK CLEANING

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NARRE WARREN 5 Ingleton Court, Saturday 3rd Dec, 9am2pm. Furniture, books, DVD's, toys, bric-a-brac and more.

Dry split Red Gum $300 per ton. Dry split Yellow box $300 per ton. Split Mallee Stumps $330 per ton. Mountain Ash $250 per ton.

Free delivery in the Dandenong metro area.

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CLEARANCE SALE BEACONSFIELD 1/40 Old Princes Highway, Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th Dec. 9am-4pm or until stocks last. 50-75% off high quality on trend soy candles and homewares by Soy Life Candles. All items must go. Christmas candles, Soy candles, Soy melts, accessories and homewares available. Visit www.soylifecandles.com for more product information.

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BERWICK 12 Matheson Court, Sat 3rd Dec, 8am-3pm. Moving House, everything must go, furniture, designer clothes, homewares & lots lots more.

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NARRE WARREN 20 Murdoch Avenue. Saturday 3rd December. 7:30am-5:00pm. Variety of items for sale.

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The Music Centre B E R W I C K 6 5 E n t e r p r i s e Av e . B e r w i c k

Cranbourne East Contract No CT000294 Closes 21 December 2016 Full details are available at: www.casey.vic.gov.au/tenders

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ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE 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

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Pakenham, Berwick

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4 House Lots NARRE WARREN 106 Fleetwood Drive, Saturday 3rd December, 8am-3pm. Kids & ladies clothes, toys, books, furniture and household items.

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SHUTTERS, internal. New, white laminate, still in the cartons. Various sizes. 4x 1230x440; 2x 2870x900. 2x 870x990. 4x 2096x580. 2x 1740x460. 1x 596x993. 1x 877x993. 2x 2100x540. $300 the lot. Ph: 0458 528 223

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NARRE WARREN SOUTH 22 The Quays. Sat 3rd of Dec. 9am-2pm. Moving sale. Household goods, clothing, garden and power tools.

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SPECIAL

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FROM $249

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DINING TABLE round, dark oak, 4 very good padded chairs, all as new. $200. Phone 0458 528 223.

1239668-FA34-16

ALL TREE WORK

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NARRE WARREN Unit 2, 20 Godwin Avenue, Saturday 3rd December, 8am-3pm. Lots of bargains. All must go.

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V Security & Screen Doors

5941 6644

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

Free Quotes

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CRANBOURNE SOUTH Unit 1, 10 Jasa Cres. Sat-Sun 3rd-4th Dec. 8am-3pm. Moving house. Everything goes. Household and kitchen goods, potted plants, tools and equipment, outside furniture, gold clubs, large water feature and bric-a-brac.

HALLAM 5 Benjamin Court, Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th December, 8:30am-3:30pm. King single bedroom suite, new tools - used, DVD's, PS games, toys, new Adidas shoes, household goods and bric-a-brac.

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BOOMER BINS & SKIPS

BERWICK 13 Queens Court, Sun 4th Dec, 8am-1pm. H/hold goods, furniture, tools, Knick Knacks & lots lots more.

Everything Must Go!

General Notices

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V Music /Instruments

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Phone Rob 5996 3823, 0418 306 738

NEW RIDGE ROOF RESTORATION

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What’s on Preschool enrolments

The festive season is marked by many traditions, crafting a gingerbread house is a fun and creative way to celebrate this special time of the year. Learn how to make, create and decorate the perfect ginger bread house, a stunning centrepiece for any Christmas table.

Food Truck event THE Rotary Club of Casey is hosting a food truck event with There will be Food Trucks, Fun and Music ■ 30 November to 2 December from 4pm till late. Gold coin donation to the Rotary Club of Casey for community projects. Contact Greg for more information on 0488 111 190.

■ Balla Balla Community Center. All ingredients included in cost. BYO lunch and snacks. Saturday 3 December. 9am-2pm Cost: $50 Phone 5990 0900 for all Inquiries and bookings.

Talk From the Balcony THE Berwick Mechanics Institute and Free Library are providing an entertaining talk by Monash Lecturer Paul Sugden called The Twelve Days of Copyright. ■ Wednesday 7 December, 5.30pm, 15 High Street, Berwick. Call 9707 3519 or email bmi@dcsi.net.au.

■ 10.30am Tuesday and Thursday. 15 High Street, Berwick. Phone 9707 3519 or email bmi@dcsi.net.au.

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THE Friends of Ermera are selling fresh trees for the next two weeks. All proceeds support the empowering of communities in the Ermera District of East Timor through the provision of education and training programs. Small trees 5ft, $50, medium trees 6ft, $60 and large trees 7ft, $70. ■ Those who cannot attend the market can order by email at friends.of.ermera.president@gmail.com or text or phone 0428 557 988 for delivery in the City of Casey area for only $5. Christmas trees are on sale on Sunday 4 and Sunday 11 December.

NARRE Warren Combined Probus Club enjoys regular opportunities to get together for fun and friendship in a variety of special interest activities including mahjong, craft, walking, phase 10 and 500 cards, morning coffee, trips to the cinema and shows at The Drum Theatre and Cardinia Cultural Centre. The group also has a happy hour at Zagame’s, Berwick, on the first Wednesday of each month with the option of staying on for a meal. Guest speakers address Probus meetings. Aaron Ross from Friends of the Zoo spoke at the August meeting. ■ To join contact Pat Robertson on 9799 4075.

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THE Endeavour Hills Neighbourhood Centre is now taking enrolments for three-year-old prekinder enrolments for 2017. ■ For further information and bookings contact the centre on 9700 3789.

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THE Narre Warren North Uniting Church has commenced three new community programs. Stitch and Chat, a disadvantaged toddlers group, and affordable cooking. Stitch and Chat is a weekly practical workshop for sewing crafts - knitting, embroidery, quilting, crochet led by a guest facilitator. The disadvantaged toddlers’ group is a self-help support group for parents whose severely disadvantaged children are unable to participate in mainstream pre-school activities. It is particularly aimed at children suffering from conditions that require 24-hour supervision. The affordable healthy cooking class teaches participants to prepare healthy home cooked meals. Aimed at families and singles, this series of weekly demonstrations will be supported by follow-up practical sessions for each recipe. ■ For details and dates phone 9700 5061.

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ENJOY full size indoor bowls at the Casey Indoor Sports Centre every Friday morning. Morning tea supplied. ■ Holland Drive, Cranbourne, 10am until noon. Cost $5. Contact Ron on 5990 9048 or 0411 126 946.

WALK and Talk is a free weekly walking group that meets at Balla Balla every Tuesday. Participants enjoy great walks that are selfpaced. It’s a great way to meet new people and exercise at the same time followed by coffee and a chat. ■ Tuesdays during the school term, 9.30am11am. Call 5990 0900 to register.

Yoga BALLA Balla Community Centre is running daytime and evening yoga classes. It offers both Iyenga and classical style yoga classes taught by qualified instructors and incorporating relaxation, breathing and meditation. It is a great way to balance life during the busy lead up to the festive season. ■ For bookings and inquiries phone 5990 0900.

Multicultural meetings CLEMI Connect will hold multicultural meetings to enlighten and heal. Apostle Joseph Boachie will host the meetings. ■ Outlook Community Centre, 24 Toomuc Valley Road, Pakenham. Every Friday night, 7pm9.30pm. For more information call 0424 609 267.

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Hard work pays off By Russell Bennett UPPER Beaconsfield young gun Max Marinic will have to wait a few days to get his hands on his best Christmas present this year. It’s one that he’s worked tirelessly towards, and the one that will give him the greatest sense of accomplishment. It’s his Victorian state cricket cap, and Max will receive it on day three of the Boxing Day Test at the MCG. If his name sounds familiar, it’s because he’s the 12-year-old son of Beaconsfield Cricket Club icon and local legend Glenn Marinic. But Max is his own player, set on his own path, and his old man says he’s leaps and bounds ahead of where he was at the same age. Though he’s only recently turned 12, Max has an incredible mature head on his young shoulders. The Haileybury college student has made quite the name for himself on turf wickets in the school system, at clubland with the Beaconsfield juniors, at the Sharks, and now at state level. The batsman made it through to School Sports Victoria 12-years-andunder boys side that will head to Canberra for the nationals in January next year. But to get that far, he had to survive a series of list culls. Around 500 youngsters tried out in the first place, and the last stage of the selection process was in the nets of the hallowed MCG. “Everyone in the side is from a different location, which is good because it bonds everyone together,” Max said with a beaming smile. He’s continually working on his calling and running between the wickets, and that will remain a focus as he gels with an entirely new set of team mates. But Max is no stranger to hard

Max Marinic’s best Christmas present of all will come a few days after 25 December – at the MCG. 162571 Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT

work. In actual fact, the two go handin-hand. He’s been playing club cricket for four years, but has been honing his craft with his dad since he was three. Max’s choice of favourite cricketers gives even more insight into his temperament and shows that trademark Marinic grit hasn’t fallen far from the tree.

“I like Ricky Ponting - I like his intent - and also Steve Waugh as well, just because he’s such a tough cricketer,” he said. Max is most proud of his ability to concentrate at the wicket for long periods, not just the array of shots in his arsenal. He’s constantly working on his technique - for hours on end, often until late into the night - and it’s his pullshot that he’s really trying to refine.

“A lot of kids are gifted, but he’s worked really hard at it - he’s put in a lot of hours in the nets and on game days,” Glenn said of Max. “When you set a goal for yourself and it takes hard work and time but you achieve it, that’s just so satisfying. “He said to us before Christmas last year that he’d really like to get into the state side. He set his goal and

he achieved it. We’re just so proud of him.” And as for Glenn seeing his own likeness in Max’s game? “He’s much more technically correct than I was but the main similarity is just that desire - the want to be competitive, and score runs,” he said. “His actual batting - he’s well and truly ahead of where I was.”

Well-deserved honour for Ron Even the WGCA is stumped By Russell Bennett

HAMPTON Park Tennis Club President Ron Lamb has been duly recognised for his outstanding contribution to the club over the last 28 years. Lamb was recently presented with Tennis Victoria’s Highly Commended Service Award. The award recognised Ron’s contribution to the sport of tennis in the local community of Hampton Park. His outstanding and exemplary service has included 20 years of presidency, a position he holds to this day. Highly Commended Service Awards are presented to five recipients each year, to those who have demonstrated their contribution to the sport of tennis through devoted and significant service to any one or more of Tennis Victoria’s

affiliated clubs, associations or member organisations. “The Club would not be around if it wasn’t for Ron’s hard work along with being the main driver for the upkeep maintenance of the facility,” said club vice president Carlos Santin. Ron and club members have celebrated his 20 years’ service as president of the club with several events in 2016. The longest serving president of the club that was founded in 1962, his tenure will be a hard target to catch, especially as he hopes to remain president for many more years to come. “In 2017 the club will be celebrating 55 years, and its existence is held to date due to the time and efforts that Ron has put into the club,” Santin said.

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DID you hear the one about the first XI cricket side that refused to take to the field for an entire innings? It’s the situation that has the West Gippsland Cricket Association stumped. After resuming on Saturday at 2/33 chasing Tooradin’s 187 in their District division clash at the Tooradin Recreation Reserve, Cranbourne Meadows was rolled for 63 in under 40 overs with Tim Lenders claiming 4/15 and lively newcomer Kade Burns 3/15. But instead of fighting to stave off an outright loss, the Rebels refused to take to the field for their second innings - handing full points to Tooradin by default. Officially, all the Cranbourne Meadows batsmen were timed out. There were some suggestions on social media that over-the-top sledging from the Seagulls was to blame. The Gazette understands the

WGCA has received a verbal complaint, but nothing yet in writing from the Rebels or the officiating umpires. Tooradin has emphatically denied any such suggestion of inappropriate language and the association has asked Cranbourne Meadows to explain why its first XI didn’t take to the field for its second innings. WGCA President Brett Armitage said he couldn’t recall a situation like this happening before. From the Tooradin perspective, president Kane Latham said: “We have looked into the allegations with captains, players and umpires and everything was found to be above board and within the spirit of cricket.” A number of Tooradin players mounted a staunch defence of their side, and their club - refuting any suggestion of abusive language or personal attacks - while Cranbourne Meadows declined to provide a comment on the incident to the Gazette.

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AFL dreams come true By Nick Creely FROM the AFL National and Rookie Drafts comes an opportunity that so many young footballers strive for, but only few can actually achieve. In Friday 25 November’s AFL National Draft, Doveton’s very own Josh Battle was drafted by the St Kilda Football Club with Pick 39. Battle, 18, who spent his junior career with the Doveton Football Club, before going through the TAC Cup program with the Dandenong Stingrays, excelled in 2016. Despite going a little bit later than anticipated by the football media, the young key-forward looks to be one of the exciting prospects in a draft pool so deep you need a pool floater. Battle was prolific in front of goal this season at TAC Cup level, kicking 24.13 across eight games for the Rays, as well as being the leading goalkicker for Vic Country in the National Championships. This culminated in him blitzing the national combine, demonstrating elite endurance in a 3/km trial and also in the Beep Test. Initially, Battle was told by AFL recruiters that he wasn’t good enough to be drafted, but responded with a renewed mindset, and worked on the areas that previously hindered him. The Saints are well renowned as being a prime Stingrays breeding ground, after taking Bailey Rice and Brandon White in 2015. Saints recruiting manager Tony

Elshaug told the club’s website that Battle will form an important part of the forward line. “You don’t want to put a ceiling on them but clearly he’s only 18 we think we have a good mix now,” he said. “He is a medium forward who comes up at the ball and he’s a good goalkicker and kicked nearly 40-odd goals in the TAC Cup and should complement the forward’s we have at the club. He’s also an elite runner and a good young man.” Battle toured the facilities, met his new teammates and had a light run at Linen House Centre in Seaford on Monday. Only five selections later, fellow Stingray Myles Poholke was taken by the Adelaide Crows. The Dandenong Stingrays and Sorrento product, is set to add to the impressive midfield unit being built at the Crows, and is a youngster that is likely to see senior action in 2017. Strong overhead and with fantastic versatility, the 18-year-old had a stunning 2016 season, winning the Best and Fairest for Dandenong, representing the AFL Academy and showing immense promise, and also playing for Vic Country in this year’s NAB AFL Under 18 Championships. His numbers across the year were impressive - in the TAC Cup he averaged a tick over 21 disposals, using his hands inside stoppages to set up attacking forays, but it was also his increased pace that saw him stand out amongst the pack.

The attention then turned to Monday 28 November’s Rookie Draft, where Collingwood snared tall Stingrays ruckman Mitch McCarthy, who was surprisingly overlooked in Friday’s draft. The former basketballer, 19, who is a late bloomer to football, was taken with pick 7 after an injury riddled - but promising - season at TAC Cup level. He is expected to be developed in his first couple of seasons at AFL level, and from there is seen as an exciting prospect ready to explode in the ruck. In an even bigger surprise, three Casey Scorpions were selected by AFL clubs, with Oscar McInerney (Brisbane), Tim Smith (Melbourne) and Declan Keilty (Melbourne) all selected. The trio had impressive seasons at VFL level, with Smith and Keilty being named in the VFL Team of the Year. McInerney was one of few VFL players invited to the combine, where clubs were drawn to his impressive natural athleticism. At 25, Smith’s is a particularly heart-warming story. Despite being overlooked time and time again, the man nicknamed ‘The Bull’, for his strong character and competitiveness, kept pushing himself, and has finally got some reward for years of great form. It’s no rest for the wicked for these young men, who will be thrown straight into the deep end, ready to begin fulfilling their lifelong dreams.

Josh Battle, far right, with St Kilda coach Alan Richardson, left, and Josh's sponsor Sean Crawley, shortly after having his name called out by the Saints. 162439 Picture: FACEBOOK

Young guns take on state’s best

Kaine Foster, Jordan Carthew, Michael Hansford and Matt De Bruin qualified for the prestigious Zatopek meet with an impressive run in the open men's 4x400 metre relay.

Kaine Foster, Cameron De Bruin, Amiru Chandrasena and Sam Merrick won the Victorian state Under 16 4x100 metre relay title. In taking out the state title, the boys also set a new club record for the Under 16s - 44.47

seconds, which is also the third best relay time run at Casey Cardinia Athletics.

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CASEY Cardinia Athletics has taken on the might of the state’s biggest athletics outfits, and come out on top. Competing in the Victorian State Relay Championships at Lakeside Stadium in Albert Park on Saturday, Casey Cardinia’s Under 16 4x100 metre men’s team took home gold in a staggering display while the open 4x400 men’s team smashed the club’s existing record to qualify for the final at the prestigious Zatopek meet. The 4x400 team - consisting of Michael Hansford, Jordan Carthew, Kaine Foster and Matt De Bruin - smashed the existing club record by around 10 seconds, providing further proof that the quality of the Casey Cardinia athletes stacks up against anyone. To give some context, Saturday’s meet featured national stars of the sport such as Tamsyn Lewis and even Rio Olympians - including Morgan Mitchell and Peter Bol. The likes of Old Melburnians, St Kevin’s, Old Xavierians, and Essendon Athletics sent their biggest and brightest stars to the weekend’s meet, and Casey Cardinia’s own stars took it right up to them, and even beat them. Kaine Foster backed up his appearance in the 4x400 by also representing Casey Cardinia in the gold medal-winning Under 16 4x100 team alongside Cameron De Bruin, Amiru Chandrasena and Sam Merrick.

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Cranbourne class By Nick Creely DDCA TURF 1 & 2 REVIEW - ROUND 5 (DAY 1) IT’S been a stunning fall from grace for Narre Warren, who looked completely out of their depth against Cranbourne at Casey Fields. The Magpies elected to bat, losing 4/8 before salvaging 74 all-out. Janaka Liyanabadalge (54) was the shining light, scoring over three-quarters of the runs, as Eagles superstar Steven Spoljaric (5/19) did what he liked once again. Other strong contributors with the ball were Pardeep Boyal (2/20) and Cameron Kelly (2/12). In response, the Eagles easily surpassed the Magpies three down, declaring at 3/82 off just 25 overs, before sending the Magpies in for further pain in the last hour of the day. Eagles opener Lucas Ligt (55no) found some vital form with the bat. The Magpies are currently 1/21, with outright looking a certainty. With a top-four spot on the line, Hallam’s first day grind may prove crucial in their intriguing clash with Heinz Southern Districts at Reedy Reserve. The Hawks started slowly, losing gun opener Leigh Booth (8) caught to the star Cobras recruit Kaushalya Weeraratne (2/47). Wickets, however, just kept tumbling, as Mark Davies (3/44) bowled wonderfully yet again, setting the tone with his immense pressure and accuracy. The Hawks were restricted to just 8/176 at stumps. Craig Slocombe has turned back the clock, in a vintage performance for Springvale South. After the Bloods were in disarray at 5/27, after being sent in by a hungry Dandenong West outfit, the skipper strode to the crease. Slocombe rescued his side, making a vintage 41, lifting the Bloods to a below-par but still defendable 146. With 46 overs of play left in the day, things couldn’t have gone worse for the Bulls, as they hardly got bat too ball, finishing the day’s play on 8/65 off 46 overs. Slocombe once again was astonishing, finishing with figures of 4/4 off 14 overs. It finally all came together for the Bucks on Saturday, destroying a disappointing Parkfield bowling unit at Park Oval. In what has been a slow start to the season for

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their batsman, they amassed a whopping 9/338, as opener Jayson Hobbs (95) finally broke through. Bears pace-bowler Matthew Aslett (4/35) was easily the pick of the bowlers, and bowled his way to a hat-trick. With just four overs to go in the day’s play, North Dandenong simply had to survive with the bat - instead they walked off in humiliating fashion, losing 3/5. After Mordialloc elected to bat, they amassed a comfortable 218 off 76 overs. The Maroons bowled solidly, as wily veteran Shane Clark (5/44) bowled dominantly. With a reasonable day’s play, the Maroons couldn’t have envisioned a more disastrous ending. Highly-rated opener Zafar Sheikh (0) fell straight away, followed by Qamar Awan (0) and Nasrat Malikzada (4) shortly after. Chathura Athukorala (2/5) was the chief-destroyer, as the Bloodhounds look to continue their momentum into next week. If there is one thing that is coming from the first-half of this season, it’s that Dingley are a

team that can never be taken lightly. And at Arch Brown Reserve, the Dingoes are taking it right up to a star-studded Berwick, and are in a position to push for a victory next week. Bears captain Jarrod Goodes sent the Dingoes in, with James Wilcock (6/25) shredding apart the top-order with vicious pace. Dingoes opener Matthew Hague (70) played a stellar and perhaps game defining knock. The Dingoes pushed their total to 163 with some late hitting. But a flicker of hope, notably through Jasenthuliyana Chathuranga (3/8), saw the Bears lose three wickets before stumps, finishing on 3/56. TURF 2 NARRE South captain Scott Phillips has destroyed Beaconsfield at Perc Allison Oval. Phillips, who is a legendary local cricketer, took 6/28, as the Tigers capitulated for just 62. And with the Bat, Narre were sitting at 6/33, before Phillips struck a glorious 78, guiding them to first innings-points. The Tigers are 1/8 in their second dig.

Pouncing Panthers steam-roll the Swans By Nick Creely PREMIER CRICKET REVIEW - ROUNDS 8 & 9 (T20s) REGION rivals Dandenong and Casey-South Melbourne went headto-head on Saturday in a Twenty20 at Shepley Oval, with the Panthers proving far too strong for a fighting Swans outfit. With the Panthers on a roll and sitting atop the ladder, and the Swans looking to bounce back after a few disappointing rounds, it seemed early on that a smashing was on the cards. The Swans were sent in to bat, and despite remaining steady in the first five overs, just couldn’t gain any momentum with the bat. James Pattinson (1/9) was fast and electric, and combined with Callum Parkinson (2/28), Adam McMaster (2/17) and Brett Fairbanks (2/14), restricted the Swans to just 111 off their 20 overs. Dev Pollock (24) top-scored for the Swans, but had very little support in the top six. With a small total to defend, the Swans couldn’t have done much more, and applied some great heat with the ball, but eventually the class of the Panthers prevailed, as Pattinson (37) and Brett Forsyth

Swans spearhead Nathan Lambden sends one down at Frankston Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT on Sunday afternoon. 162470 (37) combined for 63-runs to see them home. Spearhead Nathan Lambden (0/15) and Brendan Rose (2/19) bowled tightly. With a lot of positives to take out of Saturday’s performance against Dandenong, the Swans then headed to face other cross-town rivals Frankston at AH Butler Oval, who have endured a wretched start to the season at the bottom of the ladder. But unfortunately, a lack of intensity with the ball, despite a posi-

tive start, cost the Swans from ever being in the game. The Heat elected to bat, and Nathan Lambden struck relatively early, removing dangerous opener Liam Tonkin (21), who was caught off a miscued pull-shot. There was plenty of feeling between the two, who exchanged several words throughout Tonkin’s short stay at the crease. But that’s where things started to go a little pear-shaped, as veteran Luke Walker (61 not out) and Mat-

thew Gapes (49) put together a vital 78-run partnership that steered the Heat to 3/157. The last over was particular damaging, as Chris McCormick (16 not out) and Walker smashed 18 runs, including two sixes off the bowling of Leigh Diston. Brendan Rose (1/29) was probably the pick of the bowlers again, while spinner Cameron Dinger (0/24) did well despite being heavily attacked by the Heat batsman. And from that energy zapping last over, the Swans never really recovered, and despite a mid-pitch altercation between Dylan Hadfield and Heat spearhead Ben Ashkenazi, who wasn’t too happy about being run into in his follow through, there was a clear lack of intensity about the run-chase. When Ashkenazi removed Eaton for just eight, wickets started to tumble, and with it, the run-rate plummeted. Some late resistance from Michael Wallace (30 not out), who hit some expansive and inventive shots, and Dylan Hadfield (29), lifted the Swans to 6/139 off their 20 overs. The Swans will be looking to get back on the winners’ board, and will tackle St Kilda and Footscray Edgewater next week.

Eagles yet to score a win By Nick Creely VSDCA REVIEW - ROUND 5 (Day 2) ENDEAVOUR Hills have continued their season from hell, losing outright to Melton in another disappointing performance. After being routed for just 93 last week, the Eagles stood no chance, as Melton posted 4/180 before declaring after 40 overs. Richard Sainga (4/53) continues to stand tall for the Eagles, but there were few winners. The Eagles were then sent back in, again showing lack of application with the bat, as Ashley Sweet (7/36) ran through them for just 113. With just 27 runs to win, Melton took just 6.2 overs to chase down the outright victory, despite losing three wickets to the bowling of Brian Kulasena. Meanwhile, Noble Park has been destroyed by Werribee, being dismissed for just 102 in their pursuit of 214. Paul Hill (41) stood tall, but there was very little support around him, while gun Werribee seamer Brad Robertson (5/25) was destructive as usual. The Parkers were then sent back in with 13.2 overs left in the day, batting out the match, finishing on 2/31. Endeavour Hills are now one of two teams still winless, while Noble Park sits just outside the top six, and will be looking to bounce back from the disappointing performance.

Berwick 5 win battle for top spot BERWICK BOWLS A GREAT round of Pennant last Saturday saw Berwick host teams from Clayton, Malvern, Mulgrave CC and Hampton Park with the club's remaining three teams travelling to Vermont South, Mulgrave CC and Mount Waverley respectively. Some fantastic results ensued with the fourth, fifth and sixth Berwick sides finishing in top spot on the ladder in their sections. The fifth side was forced to battle hard against a strong Mulgrave CC team to finish with a three-shot win gaining them top spot. The fourth and sixth sides also posted convincing wins which seated them both securely on top of the ladder. A great result for Berwick with five of seven sides recording wins in the seventh round of the season. The first and second sides both battled through tough matches to each record a loss but will no doubt fight back next round. Results: Berwick 1 (57-20) defeated by Vermont South (96-16). Berwick 2 (65-2) defeated by Clayton (96-16). Berwick 3 (89-18 defeated Mulgrave CC (57-0). Berwick 4 (86-17) defeated Malvern (77-1). Berwick 5 (73-16) defeated Mulgrave CC (70-2). Berwick 6 (87-16) defeated Mount Waverley (58-2). Berwick 7 (79-16) defeated Hampton Park (69-2). MIDWEEK Resuming from the Melbourne Cup and Vic Open break, Midweek Pennant was back in full swing with sides from MCC, Keysborough and Murrumbeena Park visiting Berwick. Our Tuesday travellers went off to Waverley Golf, Keysborough and Narre Warren. The Ladies team scraped in by one shot (winning one rink only) to take their game 52-51, and the Super Six side, continued their march to March finals with a 30 shot win, 54-24, to further consolidate their top of table ranking. Results: Berwick 1 (52-12) defeated Waverley Golf 1 (51-4). Berwick 2 (65-14) defeated MCC 1 (52-2). Berwick 3 (59-3) defeated by Keysborough 1 (66-13). Berwick 4 (57-7) drew with Keysborough 2 (57-9). Berwick 5 (44-2) defeated by Narre Warren 2 (72-14). Berwick 6 (54-14) defeated Murrumbeena Park 2 (24-0).

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Lions jump to top of ladder By Nick Creely WEST GIPPSLAND CRICKET ASSOCIATION ROUND 6 - REVIEW (Day 2) PAKENHAM are continuing their impressive season in the Premier division, dismantling bottom-placed Emerald in an outright victory, and in the process, have captured top spot on the ladder. The Lions, after just falling over the line in their pursuit of the Bombers first-innings total of 148, took a 39-run lead, before sending them back in to bat. Skipper Dom Paynter (72) was once again the dominant batsman for the Lions, while Bombers bowler Geordie Scott (5/29) did the bulk of the damage. But in their second dig, the Bombers meekly lost 9/38, after at one stage being 0/45. Tom Jones (5/16) was devastating, shredding the middle-order en route to his best ever figures. Dom Paynter (3/36) was also amongst the wickets. This left the Lions with just 47 runs to chase down, with Dom Paynter (23no) ensuring they gain the doublepoints in just 6.3 overs. Tooradin has annihilated Upper Beaconsfield, and were close to gaining outright points before a resistance by the Maroons batsman. After rolling the Maroons for just 62 last week, the Seagulls resumed at 4/130, spanking a further 59 runs before declaring on 7/189, 127 runs in front. Aaron Avery (48) top-scored for the Gulls, while Tom Hussey (44) and Cal O’Hare (35) were also amongst the runs. The Maroons then dug deep, batting out the remaining 66 overs of the day, finishing on 6/138 after losing three quick wickets early in the innings. Bathiya Perera (30), Julian Bayard (30) and Scott Pitcher (29) were all solid with the bat, while Gulls opening bowler Cal O’Hare (3/25) did all he could. Pakenham-Upper Toomuc has stood no chance to a powerful Kooweerup unit, losing by a staggering 233

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Kooweerup were clinical in victory on Saturday. 162332 Picture: ROB CAREW runs at Pakenham-Upper Reserve. With an imposing 357 to win, the Yabbies were never really in the contest, bowled out for just 133 in 61 overs. Opener Ben Clough (30) top-scored for the Yabbies, but it was all the Demons, as Skipper Mark Cooper (3/32) and Cody Miller (4/40) run amok. And finally, Merinda Park has upset Cardinia, defending their solid total of 266 at Donnelly Reserve. After a sparkling maiden century for Cobras opening bat Daniel McCalman the week prior, it seemed the momentum was with the home side, bowling out the Bulls for 212, with Neil Barfuss (100) once again reaching the triple figures. Seamer Leigh Paterson (4/50) was again the pick of the bowlers, while Daniel Diwell (2/9) and Grant Pearson (2/70) were among the wickets. Cranbourne Meadows just can’t seem to keep themselves out of the limelight, with yet another controversy in the District division, marring the round’s action. The Rebels, who were thumped by

Tooradin, refused to bat in their second innings, due to their claim that the sledging received by the Seagulls fielders was incessant. The Seagulls crushed the Rebels, who could only muster up 63 in their chase of 188, with Kade Burns (3/15) and Tim Lenders (4/15) skittling them with no mercy. It only took 39.3 overs for the Rebels to be dismissed, but the day was over. Kalgidhar are continuing their stunning rise, holding off a competitive Nar Nar Goon/Maryknoll batting side to claim a vital victory. After Kalgidhar amassed a whopping 349 last week, off the back of a wonderful century by the classy Sunny Paul, the Marygoons gave it their all, as skipper Daniel Glen (72), Troy Schepisi (53) and Dean Henwood (47) put their best foot forward. But the total was just too far of a mountain to climb, as Pankaj Goyal (3/27), Vishal Thind (4/38) and Gagan Singla (1/34) eventually took the ten wickets. Clyde has been taught a cricketing

Young guns need to fire up By Russell Bennett DESPITE a much-improved performance on Sunday, particularly with the bat, the West Gippsland Cricket Association (WGCA) Under 21s are still looking for their first win in this year’s Neil Wright Shield. The Warriors came up against the might of the Dandenong District (DDCA) competition at Keysborough and showed plenty of positive intent with the bat, but were outclassed by seven wickets in their 40 overs a side one-dayer. After his side was sent in, WGCA skipper Zac Chaplin once again led from the front with a fine 61. Showing quick hands and sharp footwork, Chaplin displayed an impressive array of shots and this time had some valuable support from those around him - such as Tom Bethune (23) and Cody Miller (23). Runs were at a premium against the likes of Josh Dowling (8 overs, 0/24), Jack Phillips (8 overs, 1/21) and spinner Jack Jessiman (8 overs, 3/34)

WGCA skipper Zac Chaplin was stoic in defence against the DDCA in the Under 21 Neil Wright Shield on Sunday. 162536 Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT but some valuable late hitting from 16-year-old Mitch Davey (18 not out) took the Warriors past 150 - ultimately finishing on 6/154. Matt Welsh (7.4 overs, 2/23) and Morne O’Donoghue bowled a particularly tight line and length at the start of the DDCA innings but the home side stayed composed - despite at one stage sitting on just 1/18. Ultimately, the 105-run partnership between Rob Peat (46 not out) and Harley Dale (51) proved the difference-maker for the home side. The two showed some outstanding game

awareness, stayed patient and pounced on anything loose as the DDCA reached the total in the 38th over just three wickets down. The Warriors’ next clash will be at Princes Park in South Caulfield this Sunday against South East Brayside. At this stage, the WGCA side will include: Captain Zac Chaplin, Andrew Proctor, Kade Burns, Tom Bethune, wicketkeeper Ben Parrott, Matt Welsh, Morne O’Donoghue, Travis Wheller, Tim Lenders, Josh Browne and Damasara Menuwara.

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lesson, dismantled by an impressive Devon Meadows bowling attack. Chasing 248, the Cougars failed miserably with the bat, bowled out for just 78. Matthew Hutchinson (5/37) was destructive, while Scott Clark (2/23) and Michael Floyd (2/13) were excellent supporting acts. And finally, Carlisle Park has tasted outright victory, crushing a hapless Officer in a dominant display of cricket at Carlisle Park Reserve. After the Bullants stunning batting collapse of 9/46 last week, the Vikings wasted little time in chasing down the total, but were eventually dismissed for 151 off the back of an impressive 51 by Henry Staughair. David Collins (5/41) continues to take wickets at will, while Adam Reid (2/18) was also in good touch with the ball in hand. The Bullants then simply had to grind out the last day, 40 overs to be exact, but were instead equally as disappointing, bowled out for just 85, as Jesse Fitzgerald (5/31) run amok. The Vikings then had to run down

19 runs to claim the outright victory, which they did in 5.4 overs. Meanwhile, in the Sub-District division, after Lang Lang’s ominous 325 last week, it was always going to be tricky for Aura Vale to chase. And despite some fight in their second dig, the Lakers were outclassed, and were bowled out for just 92. Joseph Dalgleish (4/37) continued his strong season, doing the bulk of his work in the middle overs, while Ricky Caddell (2/8) was also in fine touch. The Swamp Tigers then sent the Lakers back in with outright on their minds, but the batting side dug in, finishing on 7/162. Clyde has continued their dominance over the competition, putting Nyora to the sword. After the Cougars whacked their way to 4/260 last week, the Maroons could only muster up 118, as Cougars bowlers Dean Williams (2/33) and Matthew Bayliss (2/12) took control. Pakenham have fought to a 58-run loss, after Catani managed to fend them off in their clash at Catani Reserve. The Cats posted 239 last week, and the Lions were on track, as Dene North (20) and Dwayne Noyahr (58) put on 71 for the first wicket. But a middle-order collapse, led by trio Lachlan Gregson (2/37), Ben Ahern (2/10) and Trent Adams (2/3), ensured the Lions could only reach 181. Cardinia have won a thriller, defeating Gembrook by just one wicket. Chasing 227, the Bulls were well led by gun opener Bradley Remy (97), who got them to a cruisy position of 5/219, eight runs short of victory. But the Bulls collapsed, losing four wickets in a short space of time, to be sitting on 9/225. Somehow the Bulls survived, surpassing the Brookers despite immense pressure. Brookers quick Kyle O’Reilly (6/47) was the star, lifting his side by taking an astonishing five wickets in his last spell. The Bulls were eventually dismissed for 228.

CRICKET SCOREBOARD VIC PREMIER CRICKET SATURDAY 26 NOVEMBER ROUND 8 (T20) Dandenong 4/114 (B.Forsyth 37, J.Pattinson 37, B.Rose 2/19) def Casey-South Melbourne 111 (B.Fairbanks 2/14, A.McMaster 2/17, C.Parkinson 2/28); Geelong 6/108 def Ringwood 5/107; Prahran 1/119 def Frankston Peninsula 6/116; Kingston Hawthorn 6/126 def St Kilda 110; Footscray Edgewater 4/134 def Greenvale Kangaroos 9/133; Fitzroy Doncaster 1/65 def Monash Tigers 63; Melbourne 6/144 def Melbourne Uni 9/124; Camberwell 5/177 def Northcote 7/176; Carlton 6/164 def Essendon 8/120. SUNDAY 27 NOVEMBER ROUND 9 (T20) Dandenong 4/204 (J.Pattinson 137, J.Nanopoulos 36*) def Ringwood 5/167 (J.Loorham 86, I.Holland 46, J.Pattinson 2/25); Frankston Peninsula 3/157 (L.Walker 61*, M.Gapes 49) def Casey-South Melbourne 6/139 (M.Wallace 30*, D.Hadfield 29, L.Manders 26, D.Pollock 25, B.Humphrey 2/16, B.Symons 2/28); St Kilda 7/118 def Prahran 7/113; Kingston Hawthorn 1/104 def Footscray Edgewater 9/102; Greenvale Kangaroos 7/114 def Monash Tigers 81; Fitzroy Doncaster 3/116 def Melbourne Uni 110; Northcote 3/127 def Geelong 124; Camberwell 3/115 def Essendon 8/113; Melbourne 3/149 def Carlton 4/147. DDCA- TURF 1 ROUND 5 (DAY 1) Springvale South 146 (C.Slocombe 41, T.Ford 29, P.Atkinson 4/47, A.Harry 4/58) v Dandenong West 8/65 (C.Slocombe 4/4, R.Priyan 4/10); Heinz-Southern Districts v Hallam-Kalora Park 8/176 (C.Booth 49*, B.Hillard 46, M.Davies 3/44, S.Bandaranayake 2/22); Buckley Ridges 9/338 (J.Hobbs 95, S.Pradeep 46, T.Aust 45, L.Fletcher 39, D.Bircumshaw 36, D.Watson 30, M.Aslett 4/35 (inc hat-trick), J.King 3/103 v Parkfield; Mordialloc 218 (I.Daniel 50, D Mapa Ralalage 41, H.Krishan 34, S.Squires 26, S.Clark 5/44, Q.Awan 3/43) v North Dandenong 3/5 (C.Athukorala 2/5); Berwick 3/56 (J.Chaturanga 3/8) v Dingley 163 (M.Hague 70, T.Sawers 29, J.Wilcock 6/25, J.Goodes 2/36); Cranbourne 3/82 dec (L.Ligt 55*, M.Shirt 2/17) v Narre Warren 74 (J.Liyanabadalge 54, S.Spoljaric 5/19, C.Kelly 2/13, P.Boyal 2/20) and 1/21. DDCA - TURF 2 Aspendale 233 v St Brigid’s/St Louis; Beaconsfield 62 and 1/8 v Narre South 100; Coomoora 160 v Silverton 3/15; Lyndale 97 v St Mary’s 8/96; Narre North v Keysborough

8/287; Fountain Gate 45 and 0/8 v Southern Pirates 195. WGCA PREMIER ROUND 6 (DAY 2) Tooradin 7/189 (A.Avery 48, T.Hussey 44, C.O’Hare 35, S.Pitcher 3/48, K.Gibbs 2/52) def Upper Beaconsfield 62 (C.O’Hare 4/23, A.Avery 3/16, M.Welsh 2/18) and 6/138 (J.Bayard 30*, W.Perera 30, S.Pitcher 29*, D.Berman 28, C.O’Hare 3/25); Kooweerup 7/356 (C.O’Hara 83, J.Mathers 70, B.Spicer 70, M.Davey 66*, M.Cooper 25, N.Kyval 2/69, B.McLeod 2/90) def Pakenham-Upper Toomuc 133 (B.Clouch 30, L.Plozza 29, C.Miller 4/40, M.Cooper 3/32); Merinda Park 9/266 (D.McCalman 101, D.Diwell 53, S.Parrott 25, S.Dhankhar 25, D.Doig 5/97, B.Maroney 2/19) def Cardinia 212 (N.Barfuss 100, T.Wheller 28, B.Maroney 27, L.Turner 25, L.Paterson 4/50, D.Diwell 2/9, G.Pearson 2/70); Pakenham 187 (D.Paynter 72, C.Savage 41, G.Scott 5/29, C.Marsh 3/55) and 1/47 def Emerald 148 (A.Walker 31, I.Litterbach 29, C.Marsh 28, T.Tyrrell 4/31, C.Savage 3/24 and 83 (A.Walker 28, T.Jones 5/16, D.Paynter 3/36). DISTRICT Kalgidhar 6/349 (S.Paul 106, V.Thind 92, P.Singh 58, M.Singh 34, J.Sidhu 32*, D.Henwood 3/71, J.Atkinson 2/84) def NNG/Maryknoll 255 (D.Glen 72, T.Schepisi 53, D.Henwood 47, B.Harrison 25, V.Thind 4/38, P.Goyal 3/27); Tooradin 187 (T.Lenders 52*, M.Finch 30, M.Cowell 4/43, T.Smith 2/29) def Cranbourne Meadows 63 (T.Lenders 4/15, K.Burns 3/15) and 0; Devon Meadows 247 (K.Salerno 93, D.O’Brien 41, P.Lawson 4/72, N.Sadler 3/21, D.Menuwara 3/61) def Clyde 78 (M.Hutchinson 5/37, M.Floyd 2/13, S.Clark 2/23); Carlisle Park Vikings 151 (H.Straughair 52, S.Vanderwert 36, D.Collins 5/41, A.Reid 2/18, C.King 2/30) and 0/19 def Officer 84 (S.Alderton 37, J.Fitzgerald 8/29, H.Straughair 2/30) and 85 (J.Fitzgerald 5/31, H.Straughair 2/18). VSDCA - EAST/WEST ROUND 5 (DAY 2) Melton 4/180 and 3/27 def Endeavour Hills 93 and 113; Werribee 214 def Noble Park 102 and 2/31; Balwyn 7/260 def Altona 199; Williamstown 161 and 2/50 def Hoppers Crossing 105 and 103; Croydon 225 and 6/71 def Mt Waverley 9/90 dec and 9/63; Yarraville 2/269 def Taylors Lakes 191; Box Hill 8/259 def Bayswater 108 and 7/52.

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Out of the ordinary luxury By Ewan Kennedy INFINITI, the upmarket Japanese car maker operated by Nissan, is pushing hard at the moment with new models in several segments, particularly in the small hatchback and SUV arenas.

Now, the Infiniti Q70 is joining the sales push, with major changes for the 2017 season. It has refreshed styling front and rear as well as in the cabin as well as improved NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) features that add to the upmarket feel. The Infiniti Q70 S Premium grade we have just tested also has suspension changes which not only make it smoother and quieter but also add to the sporty feeling. From the start the large Infiniti sedans have had sporty styling of the type favoured by British Jaguar saloons. This latest model continues to be low slung and attractive, with large guards, particularly at the rear that give it the sort of look that it’s ready to leap at the road. For 2017 the double-arch grille has a more three-dimensional look with what the designers call a ‘waved-mesh finish’, made to stand out even more by having chrome surround. The front bumper has been redone, with integrated foglights. The bootlid has been flattened and

the rear bumper slimmed down to make the rear of the Q70 look wider and lower. Our S Premium model had its rear bumper finished in high-gloss black paint. Large 20-inch alloy wheels in a double-spoke design certainly add to the sporty look. Inside, the big Infiniti continues to have a high-quality look with wood accents and leather trim. The front seats are heated and have 10-way power adjustment, including two-way lumbar support. Infiniti Q70 is powered by a 3.7-litre V6 petrol engine producing 235 kW at 7000 rpm, and 360 Nm of torque, the latter not peaking until a very high 5200 rpm. However there’s solid torque from relatively low revs. Power goes to the rear wheels through a seven-speed automatic transmission with manual overrides. Solid magnesium paddle shifters are a feature of the Q70 S Premium. The Infiniti Drive Mode Selector provides four modes - Standard, Eco, Sport or Snow. In Sport the Infiniti has measured the 0-100km/h time a 6.2 seconds so this big sports sedan is no slouch. There’s also a Q70 hybrid model that’s even quicker than the pure petrol version we tested, running a 5.3 second time to 100 km/h.

Bold, sports styling is a major feature of the revised for 2017 Infiniti Q7.

MODEL RANGE Q70 GT 3.7-litre petrol four-door sedan: $68,900 (automatic) Q70 S Premium 3.7-litre petrol four-door sedan: $78,900 (automatic) Q70 Hybrid GT Premium 3.5-litre petrol/electric hybrid four-door sedan: $82,900

An 8.0-inch high-resolution touchscreen and Infiniti Controller give access to multiple functions, including satellite navigation. Our Q70 S Premium had a Bose Premium Sound System with Bose Studio Surround sound system with digital 5.1-channel decoding and 16 speakers. Two of the speakers are mounted in the shoulders of each front seat. An Enhanced Intelligent Key system remembers last used audio, navigation and climate control settings for each key

The latest Infiniti Safety Shield system as fitted to the Q70 S Premium has Forward Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Departure Prevention (LDP). Predictive Forward Collision Warning (PFCW) system and Back-up Collision Intervention (BCI) are fitted as part of the self-parking system. The front seats are large and comfortable and the aforementioned multiple adjustments make for secure travel. The rear seat is good for legroom and can carry three adults without too

much trouble. Two, with a child is a better way of doing it, though. The Q70 S Premium has the Active Noise Control feature, which monitors cabin noise levels and generates ‘cancelling waves’ to make travel almost eerily quiet on smooth roads. Despite the large tyres comfort was generally very good, though some rough surfaces did challenge the suspension due to the low profile tyres. Road grip is high and the steering responds nicely to driver input, as well as giving good feedback. Engine performance is fast and responsive thanks to the use of a large capacity V6 without a turbocharger. The transmission is generally in the right gear at the right time and we seldom found any need to override it using the manual modes. We preferred the added urge of Sport mode and kept the auto there most of the time. Fuel usage was relatively high by today’s standards, running at about seven to nine litres per 100 kilometres on country drives and motorways. Around town this went up to the low teens if pushed hard, but spent most of the time in the 11 to 12 litre range. Looking for something out of the ordinary in the luxury car field? Then the Infiniti Q70 certainly deserves a place on the shopping list. Its combination of quality build, quiet running and a sporty sedan looks and feel works

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