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Wild cop chase By Aneeka Simonis POLICE are yet to find the naked driver at the centre of a wild and dangerous pursuit which shocked motorists in the southeastern 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 a 19-year-old Narre Warren wom-

an was in the car throughout the pursuit, but was let out in Pakenham. “It’s understood he was going to continue to drive and she was going to get out. She didn’t want to be involved in the matter any further,” he said. She was taken in for questioning, but has since been released pending further inquiries. At a media briefing after the incident, police would not confirm the pair’s relationship, but said the teen co-operated with police inquiries. At least two police cars were damaged in the wild pursuit. One was witnessed driving on Henry Road, Pakenham, with a damaged bumper, and another believed to be involved in the pursuit was towed away from Dandenong police station, covered in OC spray. Footage also shows the car colliding with a ute in Cranbourne. Det Sen Const Gunton said it was lucky no-one was seriously injured. “It’s a great concern for us that this person has driven as erratically as he has. We ask this male to hand himself in to the nearest police station, so this matter can be resolved,” he said. The car was fitted with false registration plates: AKC 72. Police are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who may have any footage to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or file a confidential report at www crimestoppersvic.com.au

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Billy Slater will love the race A TROUBLESOME shoulder injury kept Melbourne Storm’s Billy Slater sidelined for the 2016 rugby league season, but that hasn’t stopped his love for racing. The 2011 Dally M Medallist will be a special guest at the 2016 Superior Food Services Pakenham Cup at Racing.com Park in Tynong this Saturday, 3 December. With his rehabilitation going strongly, he has embarked on a foray into thoroughbred breeding. “I’m busier now that I’m not playing, compared to when I am playing!“ Slater laughed. “I’m doing a lot of rehabilitation work and seeing a physiotherapist regularly, trying to manage the recovery. I visit the club a fair bit to be around the boys and it’s great to be back in that environment.“ Recovering from a long-term injury takes a little time, and Slater decided to focus on developing a small broodmare breeding farm with big ambitions. “We’ve got a small property in Melbourne that we’re setting up as a breeding farm, and in four or five years I hope that we can get some breeding mares and continue to grow bigger.” The farm recently saw the birthing of a Shooting To Win foal, the first of many says a hopeful Slater. This foal, which the family has nicknamed ’TJ’ after Slater’s two young kids Tyla and Jake, will soon be sold to a trainer and hopefully be racing within two years. In terms of advice on breeding, Slater has a few people he can lend

Rugby league champion Billy Slater with his former boss Gai Waterhouse. Billy Slater with wife Nicole and children Tyla and Jake. the ear of, not least Melbourne Storm owner Gerry Ryan, who also owns Limerick Lane Thoroughbreds. “Gerry has had so much success and knows so much about the industry, so it’s great to be involved,“ he said. Slater was born in North Queensland and was playing rugby league at the tender age of four. He grew up on a farm, surrounded by animals and horses. After finishing Year 12, Slater went to work for Gai Waterhouse, a role

which he says taught him a lot. “Waking up at 3am every day to go to work and then return in the afternoon was tough, but it taught me a strong work ethic and also great discipline. I was only 16 at the time!“ His memories of Gai Waterhouse are fond. “Gai was very disciplined. She ran her stables exactly the way she wanted them to be run. She knew everyone’s name and she was very polite, but she also expected a lot from her employ-

ees, so you needed to be committed.“ “I was always too big to realistically be a jockey,“ explained Slater. “I’m very lucky, my two passions are rugby and horse racing and I’m very lucky to be able to work in both. Had I been about 30kg lighter at 16, then maybe I could have become a jockey,“ he laughed. The 33-year-old has his sights firmly set on making a return in 2017, but following his professional rugby league career he believes he’ll be juggling a few different roles. “I think I’ll be doing a bit of both (rugby and breeding). I want to stay in-

volved in the game, both in a coaching capacity and in the media too, but my broodmare business will take some of my attention too.“ Slater is looking forward to attending Pakenham Cup Day. “Country Racing is always so much fun, and the impressive Pakenham racecourse creates a great atmosphere.“ To keep up to date with at that is happening on Pakenham Cup Day, check out www.pakenhamracing.com. au and use #SFSPakenhamCup to join in the conversation on Twitter and Instagram.

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On the road to resolution By Aneeka Simonis EVERY day police respond to an average of four serious family violence incidents in Cardinia shire. Disturbingly, just under half of these abuses are witnessed by or involve children. It’s an indictment that many people are working hard to quash with children and their futures at the forefront of the push to end violence against women and children in the region. A large number of campaigners turned out to the annual White Ribbon Day walk through Pakenham on Friday 25 November. Hundreds of people holding antiviolence signs marched through the streets calling for the end of violence in homes across Cardinia shire. The area has the second highest rate of reported family violence incidents in the southern metropolitan region, with an average of four serious incidents occurring per day. Most victims are women. This year’s walk was led by the Together We Can campaign, backed with the support of welfare agencies Connections, Anglicare, CatholicCare and Windermere. In victims’ time of most need these agencies are there waiting to help - in addition to police who were dotted among the crowd at the White Ribbon Day event.

Pakenham police Senior Sergeant Graeme Stanley was impressed with the turn-out and encouraged more men to make violence against women in the community their business. It was a particularly sentimental day for many people with the event creator Kerrie Thorpe from Connections, marking it as her last march. Ms Thorpe’s contribution to family violence awareness in the community has helped influence significant change. She started the first White Ribbon Walk in Pakenham six years ago with just six mums and their children. Hundreds now turn out to the event yearon-year. Ms Thorpe can also be credited initiating the Cardinia Family Violence Network. Those who took part in the campaign wrote anti-violence messages on tops and wore them throughout the day as part of The Clothesline Project. People were also seen weaving stars to make up the 10,000 star contribution that Cardinia shire expects to provide to the 2018 Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast. If you or someone you know is impacted by sexual assault, family or domestic violence, call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or visit www.1800RESPECT.org.au. In an emergency, call triple zero.

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Renae Smith who runs Graphics 4 Walls in Pearcedale was just one of the local traders with a market stall donating profits to the fund-raising efforts. 162582

Shane Crawford drew a crowd to the event and signed footballs to raise money for the campaign. 162582

Trucks, cars and bikes got very loud to show their support for Mel Popple and her family. 162582

Jason Dusting sponsored the Better Life for Mel event official shirts. 162582

They did it all for Mel By Victoria Stone-Meadows WHEN these few blokes get together to do something nice for a friend; they really get something special happening. The Better Life for Mel fund-raiser dominated the Cranbourne Racecourse on Sunday 27 November, all to help Mel Popple from Tooradin who was tragically diagnosed with cancer for the third time. The woman of the hour said she couldn’t believe the support from all her friends, family and the wider community. “It has been an emotional roller-coaster of a day but it has been very hard to wipe the smile from my face,” she said. “I have been moved to tears but they have been tears of happiness and I cannot thank everyone enough for bringing out their pride and joy just to support me.” Mel said without the support from the people around her, she wouldn’t be as strong as she was today. “I want to give a huge thanks to everyone,” she said. “Everyone’s kind wishes and positivity is what helps me to keep fighting on and it’s amazing how uplifting it is.” Event organiser Stuart Smith said the event went very smoothly and everyone was “over the moon” with the results.

Neil Fox rode from Pioneer Bay on his Lord of the Rings themed Harley Davidson for the Better Life for Mel Fund-raiser. 162582

The auctions both open and silent were a great success in helping to raise money for the Popple family, with all goods donated from local people and businesses. 162582

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John Foy at his home's habitat-rich pond. 162598 The council has powers to withdraw it.” Four supportive submissions and three opposing submissions were lodged after the council’s advertised public acquisition overlay was exhibited in July and August. Ms Kane believes more neighbours would have objected had they had more details about the council’s plans. She said residents believed the council had only wanted to build a section of a 2.5-kilometre trail link in the site’s far northern corner. The link is between Frog Hollow Reserve and Lysterfield Park, following the meanderings of Eumemmerring Creek. In September, Casey Council requested a state planning panel to consider Amendment C223 for the overlay. The council report states the development would help address a shortfall of at least three soccer pitches in

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Pakenham Berwick Cranbourne Drouin John Foy and his dog Ruby at the duck pond with island nesting boxes 162598 Casey’s north. Casey statutory planning manager Duncan Turner said publicly exhibited information had included reference to "the future expansion of district leisure and sporting facilities", as well as the shared user path link.

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A COUPLE from Narre Warren have achieved a diamond milestone in their marriage that started out with a glimpse across a lawn. Bert Battin was working on a temporary basis at a factory in Clayton in the mid-1950s when he first caught sight of his future wife. “I was on holidays for a fortnight and I wanted some money to buy a car so my sister got me a temporary job at the Repco Forge in Clayton for two weeks,� Mr Battin said. “I was having my lunch one day when a saw a redhead beauty running across the lawn and I thought ‘Wow, look at that, who is that?’� Mr Battin first saw a young flame-headed Iso-

bel on a Monday but didn’t cross paths with her again until the following pay day. Mr Battin again saw Isobel running across the lawn while he was lining up to receive his pay and learned her name in an unusual way. “We were lined up to get paid and I saw her again running across but this time I could hear the migrants yelling out to ‘Isabella’,� Mr Battin said. “I turned to the young bloke next to me and asked him ‘Who’s that girl? And he told me she had just come out to Australia from Scotland.� Mr Battin was so taken with the young Scottish lass he hadn’t even met that he knew from the exact moment he wanted to be with her. “I told the young bloke in line ‘I’m going to marry her’ and he turned and said ‘get out of here you little turd,

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Front seat safety 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 Commission’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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Chase ends in county court By Cam Lucadou-Wells FOUR people accused over the alleged throwing of a Molotov cocktail at police in Cranbourne North are facing a new charge that puts them in front of the Victorian County Court. Matthew Butler, 29; John Vave, 29; Angie Christdou, 26; and Kylie Blythman, 20, appeared briefly in separate video-link hearings at Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on 29 November. The co-accused now face an additional serious indictable charge of attempting to pervert the course of justice by attempting to destroy a stolen Audi Q3

“by way of arson” on 11 November, the court heard. According to the charge, police were in the process of seizing the vehicle as evidence. The charge laid on 28 November took the hearing out of Dandenong Magistrates’ Court into the County Court jurisdiction, the court heard. On 11 November, the four co-accused were allegedly involved in a high-speed police pursuit in Melbourne’s southeast after the unignited Molotov cocktail was hurled. They were arrested when the vehicle allegedly hit a garden bed in Hampton Park.

Butler and Christdou were charged with recklessly endangering life by driving a vehicle at high speeds and changing drivers while driving in Hallam on the same day. Other charges include recklessly endangering life and attempted arson by throwing a Molotov cocktail - a 750ml vodka bottle of petrol - at a police officer next to a police vehicle. The four were also charged with receiving two stolen number plates and stealing a $40,000 Nissan Navara. All were remanded for a filing hearing at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on 5 December.

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A TALENTED music student from Nossal High School in Berwick has won second prize in a national song writing contest and will have her song released on a compilation CD. Jade Roman, 15, has been taking music composition classes at school but has grown up in a music household that nurtured her love of song. “I really like music and my family is quite musical,” she said. “Both my parents sing and my mum is a pianist, guitarist and violinist and I have been playing piano since a young age.” Jade, who is in Year 9, has written some music before but never written a song with accompanying lyrics. “I have made compositions but never with words and since I started at Nossal this year, the lessons have given me an opportunity to formalize my performance and improve.” 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 homework because I had to put it in that next day and even though I thought it could be better I just submitted it.

Jade Roman has won second place in a national songwriting contest for her song Bulletproof. 162432 Picture: VICTORIA STONE-MEADOWS “When I went to upload, it was taking hours and I was stressing out but I got notified that the website had crashed and date had been moved two days forward so I got a chance to do harmonies as well.” One of the prizes for coming second in the Secondary School category of the song contest on 4 October means Jade will have her song professionally recorded by Phoenix Sound Studios of Hurstbridge. Her song will then appear as part of a collaborative CD with other well-known Australian artists such as Kutcha Edwards, winner of the 2016 Melbourne Prize, and Nicky Bomba, winner of the Best World Music Aria Award in 2016. Head to the Berwick News website at www. berwicknews.starcommunity.com see a video of Jade Roman performing her winning song Bulletproof.

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Layla’s little miracle By Victoria Stone-Meadows A COUPLE from Devon Meadows are celebrating the newfound life in their granddaughter after she received a miracle liver transplant. Terry and Elain Saxon are urging everyone to consider organ donation after their granddaughter finally underwent a life-saving liver transplant. Baby Layla was diagnosed with biliary atresia at just seven weeks old and was given six months to live if she did not receive a new liver. The awful disease that afflicted Layla is rare and only occurs in infants, causing the liver to malfunction and bile to damage the vital organ. At six months old, Layla has spent most of her life living at the Royal Children’s Hospital waiting on donor lists for an infant-sized liver. “Layla would not have survived unless she had that transplant and unfortunately she needed a child-sized donation,” grandfather Terry said. “We are over the moon our little girl has received this donation but I would encourage people to look at the opportunities of registering themselves as a donor so they can see they will help others.” Grandmother Elain Saxon also said organ donation had the power to save many people’s lives, although it took a hard truth to realise it. “It is something that has been bought to our attention, unlike most people who have never been in this situation before,” she said. “We weren’t fully aware of the impact of the situation and I think you can say that it really has brought it home when we speak to people about the numbers and stats.” According to the organisation Donate Life, around 1500 people are on Australian organ transplant waiting lists at any time and one person can improve the life of 10 or more people. “When you see those sorts of stats and the impact it creates, going into the Royal Children’s is heart-breaking, it’s really something quite thought-provoking,” Mrs Saxon said. It is through this experience with their granddaughter that Terry and Elain Saxon are asking everyone to consider organ donation for themselves.

Licences missing AN ALLEGED disqualified driver - and his ‘ride home’ - are both facing charges after a police intercept in Cranbourne North. The first driver, a 22-year-old Narre Warren South man, was stopped in a silver Ford Focus by police on Berwick-Cranbourne Road about 1.40am on Tuesday. After being discovered as a disqualified driver, the man called a 26-year-old Narre Warren South woman to pick him up and take him home. A check revealed the woman’s licence was allegedly suspended, police said. The pair were then driven home by a 63-year-old Narre Warren South man. The Focus was impounded, costing the owner $1060. Police said the man and woman were expected to be charged with driving while disqualified and suspended respectively.

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Baby Layla before and after her lifesaving liver transplant. “If you are thinking about it, discuss it with the family, discuss it and then be aware that one person can improve the life of 12 people,” Elain said. “It’s just a wonderful gift and it doesn’t take away or make a big difference - a lot of people

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aren’t aware of it, they think it’s a lot more gruesome than it is.” “My understanding is we are brought into the world to help each other and to choose not to is not what we normally do,” Terry said.

TWO Honda trail bikes were stolen from a property in Cranbourne after thieves broke into the garage of a house on Central Parkway. Between 6.30am and 3.30pm on Friday 18 November, the two bikes, which were chained together, are believed to have been dragged from the property. Both trail bikes were red and white Honda CRS dirt bikes, one was a 250cc bike with registration 1699E and the other was a smaller unregistered 110cc. Police have released images of a white Ford Territory with a trailer that were caught on CCTV making a getaway from the scene of the crime. Anyone with any information relating to this incident is asked to contact Detective Senior Constable McAllister at Casey Crime Investigation Unit on 9705 3114 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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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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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!!

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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!!

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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.

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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!!

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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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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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CENTURYLONG AND STILL GOING STRONG NEXT year will mark the 106th year of the Parklea Pakenham and District Agricultural and Horticultural Show. The free entry show is already set to be the family event of the year. The show is a celebration of the rich rural history of Pakenham and puts growing communities in the area in touch with their roots. The theme for the 2017 show is Farming - Past, Present and Future and will take visitors back to a simpler time with country-style activities for families to enjoy. There’s something for everyone with exhibitions 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

Parklea Sales and Marketing Manager Jarod Mills and Pakenham and District Agricultural and Horticultural Show president Geoff Young welcomes the Parklea partnership. 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

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.

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 mark their calendars to attend the show for an agricultural, horticultural and multicultural experience..

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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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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

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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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

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FinE PRosPECts in PRiZED PoCKEt nestled in Berwick’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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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,

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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.

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There seems to be a growing number of web based businesses claiming to be independent advisory services who will put you in touch with the best real estate agents in your local area, at no cost. Unfortunately, this is not the case. These businesses are simply collecting your personal information and selling it on to any local agents prepared to sign an agreement with them to do business. The price charged to the agents who are receiving these leads can take the form of a percentage of the commission being paid back to the lead generating company. In some cases, this is as much at 40% to 50% of the commission for simply collecting a name and address off a website. The bad news for the end consumer is, most of the best agents will not do business with these companies and if they do, they will charge you a much higher fee in order to re-coup what they now have to give away. This means you would have got a better deal by going direct to the agent.

PLENTY OF PASTURE 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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These lead generating companies do not meet the agents they are referring you to and have no knowledge of the local market or the quality of the agents they are recommending. They are asking you to trust them to find you the best agent, however the reality is they are just looking to make money out of the transaction, often without contributing anything except passing on your details. This should be of concern when entering your personal details. Where else is this data going? It is advisable that anyone looking to sell or rent out a house, does do their own homework on the local agents. Look at their success rate, quality of service, reputation and who you can trust. Cheapest isn’t the best when it comes to selling the biggest asset you own.

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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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Beaconsield Upper

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.

AUCTION

INSPECT: Saturday 12.00pm

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

Narre Warren

Berwick

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Berwick

5A 3B 4D 1C

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.

Berwick

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.

Berwick

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

Narre Warren

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.

Nar Nar Goon

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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IMAGINE LIVING IN A BEAUTIFUL OPEN SETTING WITH THE NEARBY CONVENIENCE OF SCHOOLS, SHOPPING, ENTERTAINMENT & RECREATION. HERITAGE RISE OFFICER HAS IT ALL!

$434,890* SJD HOMES

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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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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

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Over 55’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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Berwick

4A 2B 3D 1C

54 Balmain Drive

Here today gone tomorrow

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

3A 2B 2D

69 Atlantic Drive

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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

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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. Don’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

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Pakenham 22 Hillrise Court

Stunning Lifestyle Top of the Hill. For auction. Saturday 10 December at 12pm Set on top of the hill in a quiet court, this spotlessly presented family home has all the bells and whistles. Stunning views from the master suit and pergola with built in, gas heated swim spa are just the beginning. 3 separate living areas, a fully appointed kitchen with granite bench tops, formal and informal meals areas, 3 cars of garaging take care of all the living requirements. Now add ducted heating and air-con, ducted vacuum, CCTV and alarm, all within easy reach of the freeway, schools and shops. Prior offers are invited.

F4 G2 H3 I1 J1 5940 4044 Shop 3 11 John Street Pakenham obrienrealestate.com.au Rod Capuano 0414 960 000 Michael Studd 0401 119 640

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For sale.

5940 4044

Expressions of Interest

Shop 3 11 John Street, Pakenham obrienrealestate.com.au Inspect Contact Agent Brad Townsend 0458 960 000

Buyers Over $595,000

Shop 3 11 John Street, Pakenham obrienrealestate.com.au Inspect As advertised Michael Studd 0401 119 640 Brenda Studd 0416 132 458

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Set on an impressive 2600m (approx) t 4 spacious bedrooms t Brand new kitchen t Two separate living zones t Coonara wood fire heating t 8m x 6m (approx) workshop

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2 year old Henley home on a huge 893sqm is most impressive, timber floors, plush carpets, SS cooling, double glazed windows, caravan, boat and/or trailer side access, wide stacker doors to the decked alfresco with built in TV & BBQ plus more.

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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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space for the family to spread their wings and for the tradesperson to further enhance the property with shedding to suit. Close to schools, supermarkets, shopping centers and freeway access.

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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

THINKING OF SELLING? DON’T GET TRUMPED 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.


BEACONSFIELD

BIG ON VALUE 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

DEWHURST

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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BERWICK

ENDEAVOUR HILLS

NARRE WARREN SOUTH

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9705 4888

27 Chase Boulevard

Sun 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

18 Throsby Court

Sat 10.00am - 10.30am

OBrien - 9706 0556

44 Langbourne Drive

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

1Brodie Mews

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

4 Westmere Street

Sun 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

18 Throsby Court

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 9706 0556

19 Warren Park Place

Sat 1:00pm - 1:30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

1Brodie Mews

Sun 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

13 Magdeana Place

Sun 3:00pm - 3:30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

26 Girvan Circuit

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 9706 0556

7-8 McDonald Court

Sat 10.30am - 11.00am

10 Cashmere Cresent Thu 6.00pm - 6.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

49 John Fawkner

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 9706 0556

5-6 Eve Close

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

14 Charles Conder PlaceThu 6.00pm - 6.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

8 Monica Close

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 9706 0556

104 Robinswood Parade Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 8794 0500

15 Lisburn Way

OBrien - 9707 0556

7 Coledale Close

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 9706 0556

18 Strathaird Drive

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 8794 0500

9 Gathrey Court

Sat 3:00pm - 3:30pm

OBrien - 9706 0556

16 Ardblair Terrace

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

2 Hedgerow Court

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

3 Briant Close

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

6 Nottingham Street

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

BEACONSFIELD UPPER 32 Beaconsfield Emerald Road Sat 11:00am - 11:30am 195 Split Rock Road

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

Tue 6.00pm - 6.30pm

Sat 12.00-12.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000 BLIND BIGHT

27 McBride Road 2 Yackatoon Road

Sat 12:00pm - 12:30pm Sat 12:00pm - 12:30pm

54 Beaconsfield Emerald Road Sat 2.00-2.30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300 4 Albatross Close

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

14 Cunningham Drive Sun 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

Albatross Close

Sat 3:00pm - 3:30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

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

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000 BUNYIP

BERWICK 26 Blake Street

Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

51 John Fisher Drive

Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

54 Balmain Drive

Sat 1.00-1.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000

11 Doran Road

Sat 1:00pm- 1:30pm First National Neilson Partners - 5941 4444

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

3 Riddleston Court 7 Coldale Court

Sun 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

16 Graneel Grove

OBrien - 9707 0556

71 Berwick Springs Promenade Sat 3.00 - 3.30pm 9 Gathrey Court

Sun 3:00pm - 3:30pm

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500 2 Briarley Court

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

CLYDE NORTH 1Bunderim Retreat

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

3 The Oval

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

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

1 Raneen Place

Sat 11.00 - 11.30am

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

15 Lisburn Way

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

18 Flowerbloom Crescent Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm 22 Waler Circuit

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500 OBrien - 5995 0500

COCKATOO 15 Lisheen Rd OBrien - 9707 0556

55 Lodge Crescent

Sat 11.30-12.00pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000

1/17 Rheanva Street

Sat 11:00am - 11:30am

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

Obrien - 5940 4044

CRANBOURNE

HARKAWAY 82-86 Baker Road

Sat 2.00-2.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000

8 Olive Avenue

Sat 3.00-3.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

48 Freshfields Drive

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 5995 0500

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

OBrien - 8794 0500 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

7-8 McDonald Court

Thu 7.00pm - 7.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

18 Strathaird Drive

Thur 6.00pm - 6.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

KORUMBURRA 7 Grandview Rise

15 Lamb Street

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

OBrien - 9706 0556

HAMPTON PARK 187 Hall Road

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 9706 0556

CARRUM DOWNS 14 Charles Conder Place Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

15 Peppertree Avenue Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

Obrien - 5940 4044

LONGWARRY Unit 4, 56 Longwarry - Drouin Rd Sat 3:30pm - 4:00pm

Obrien - 5940 4044

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18 Strathaird Drive

Tue 4.00pm - 4.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

6 Nottingham Street

Wed 5.00pm - 5.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

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BERWICK

CRANBOURNE

LYNBROOK

66 Marklin Street

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 5995 0500

18 Dutton Close

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

9 Russell Street

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

LYNDHURST

Sat 12.00 - 12.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

CRANBOURNE EAST

Sat 12.00 - 12.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

10 Shiels Street

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

1-3/42 Buchanan Road Sat 12.00 -12.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000

19 Armstrong Street

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

70 Brisbane Street

16 Woodchase Court

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

2 Dirkala Retreat

Sat 11:00am - 11:30am

28 Kelburn Road

Sat 12.00 - 12.30pm

2 Heard Close 1 Cord Close

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

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

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19 Saltbush Avenue

OBrien - 5995 0500

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

5 Van Der Haar Avenue Sat 12.00-12.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000 1Shannon Way

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

27 Chase Boulevard

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

9 Wilona Way

Sat 12.30 - 1.00pm

10 Cahsmere Cresent Sat 12.30pm - 1.00pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

CRANBOURNE NORTH

1 Richards Road

3 Derby Court

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

44 Kindred Avenue

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

7 Beechtree Way

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

Obrien - 5940 4044

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

3 Derby Court

Sun 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 5995 0500

OBrien - 8794 0500 DANDENONG

4 Bernly Boulevard 2 Ridge Road

Sat 12:00pm - 12:30pm Sat 12:00pm - 12:30pm

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300 33 Barbara Avenue

Sat 10.30am-11.00am

OBrien - 9707 0556

33 Barbara Avenue

Sat 10.30am-11.00am

OBrien - 9707 0556

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

9 Nightingale Crescent Sat 2.00-2.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000 DOVETON 6 Farm Lane

Sat 2.00-2.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000

4 Westmere Street

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

1 Westmere Street

Sat 2:00pm - 2:30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556 Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 9707 0556

117 Doveton Avenue

Sun 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 9707 0556

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

1045 McDonalds Track Sat 3.00 - 3.30pm

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

Alex Scott & Staff - 5941 1111

EMERALD

13 Magdeana Place

Sat 3:00pm - 3:30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

86 Beaconsfield Emerald Road Sat 2:00pm - 2:30pm

Sat 12:00pm- 12:30pm First National Neilson Partners - 5941 4444

Fri 4.00pm - 4.30pm

Barry Plant - 59 41 1977

138 Webster Way

Fri 5.30pm - 6.00pm

Barry Plant - 59 41 1977

35 Macquarie Circuit

Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm

Unit 15, 108 Ahern Road Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

37 Cassowary Avenue Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

16 Graneel Grove

Sun 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

ENDEAVOUR HILLS

3 The Oval

Sun 1.00pm - 1.30pm

OBrien - 9707 0556

14 Cunningham Drive Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

1Shannon Way

Sun 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

4 Cassia Court

Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555 Obrien - 5940 4044 Obrien - 5940 4044

28 Kent Road

Sat 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 9707 0556

58 Seebeck Drive

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

8 Hayden Grove,

11 Terry Close

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9705 4888

46 Webster Way

Sat 10.00am - 10:30am

Obrien - 5940 4044

1Weiske Street

Sat 3:00pm - 3:30pm

16 Ash Crescent

Sat 11:00am - 11:30am

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

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

Sun 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

Sat 1.15pm - 1.45pm

Alex Scott & Staff - 5941 1111

Sat 1.30pm - 2.00pm

Barry Plant - 59 41 1977

69 Atlantic Drive

Sat 11:00am-11:30pm First National Neilson Partners - 5941 4444

22 Hillrise Court

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

Obrien - 5940 4044

19 Freeman Drive

Sat 12.00pm - 12.30pm

Obrien - 5940 4044

139 Webster Way

Sat 12:00pm-12:30pm First National Neilson Partners - 5941 4444

NARRE WARREN NORTH 29A Robinson Road

Sat 4.00pm - 4.30pm

OBrien - 9706 0556

1Aranmore Court

Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

57 Bailey Road

Sat 3:00pm - 3:30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

57 Bailey Road

Sun 11.00am - 11.30am

OBrien - 8794 0500

2/3-5 Evans Street

OBrien - 8794 0500

1Aranmore Court

Sun 2.00pm - 2.30pm

OBrien - 8794 0500

WARRAGUL

OBrien - 9706 0556

29A Robinson Road

Sun 4.00pm - 4.30pm

OBrien - 9706 0556

28 Myrtle Drive

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

Grant’s Estate Agents – 9707 5555

1 / 35 Meaby Drive,

Unit 8, 2 The Entrance Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

3/4A Buchanan Road Sat 3.00-3.30pm First National Neilson Partners - 9707 6000

OBrien - 5995 0500

53a Ryan Road

1Weiske Street

117 Doveton Avenue

2/1Wilela Court

PAKENHAM

NARRE WARREN 40 Lantana Drive

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NYORA Sat 1.30 - 2.00pm

NAR NAR GOON 10 Reid Mews

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NOBLE PARK Sat 2.00pm - 2.30pm

MODELLA 225 Bridge Road

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Obrien - 5940 4044

TOORADIN Sat 1.00pm - 1.30pm

Sat 11:00am - 11:30am

OBrien - 5995 0500

Peake Real Estate – 9707 5300

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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.

Guest speaker James Sturgess, from law firm Macpherson Kelley. 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 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 College 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.

Entertainment �� Dining, what’s on, bands and more…

What’s on Preschool enrolments

Gingerbread House

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.

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.

Mental health program

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.

Christmas Trees at Akoonah Park Market 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.

Storytime THE Berwick Mechanics Institute and Free Library are providing Storytime for pre-schoolers. ■ 10.30am Tuesday and Thursday. 15 High Street, Berwick. Phone 9707 3519 or email bmi@dcsi.net.au.

Narre Warren Probus 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

Myuna Farm MYUNA Farm in Doveton hosts a produce swap where residents can swap their excess home-grown produce with other participants. Produce swaps are not only for swapping home-grown fruit and vegetables but participants can also bring along items including eggs, seeds and seedlings, flowers and compost. There is no money exchanged just items swapped. New participants are welcome and no bookings are required. ■ Myuna Farm, 182 Kidds Road, Doveton, second Saturday of every month. Call 9706 9944.

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.

Problem drink AL-ANON Family Group is for relatives and friends of problem drinkers. ■ Mondays from 10am at the Andrews Centre, cnr Hanna Drive and Heatherton Road, Endeavour Hills. Details 1300 252 666. Website: www.al-anon.org/australia.

Bowls 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.

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.

Stitch up a course 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.

GROW offers a 12-step recovery focused program to those suffering from stress, anxiety, depression and other emotional difficulties. ■ Berwick Neighbourhood Centre, 112 High Street, Berwick, every Wednesday at 10am. For further information, contact GROW Community Centre on 1800 558 268 or visitwww. grow.org.au. Gold coin donation appreciated.

Park run PARTICIPATE with more than 100 others in a free five-kilometre timed event every Saturday morning. The event caters for serious runners and for those wanting a jog or even a walk. ■ Saturdays at 8am at Berwick Springs. Visit the Berwick Springs Parkrun website for more information.

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THE Cranbourne Bowling Club holds a car boot and market sale on the first Sunday of every month. ■ 5 Grant Street, PO Box 126 Cranbourne, free entry but $10 per car. For more information call Shirley Venville on 0411 774 783 or email crannybowls@bigpond.com.


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Hard work pays off for Max 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-and-under 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

Max Marinic’s best Christmas present of all will come a few days after 25 December – at Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT the MCG. 162571 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 work. In actual fact, the two go hand-in-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 pull-shot 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.”

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Lewis Newman, Aaron Miles, Simo Pajdic, Tom Greer, Tristan Blacka and Cam Andre were the inaugural ‘general managers’ of the South East Super League. 158969 Picture: RUSSELL BENNETT relationship will only continue to strengthen into the future. The Sharks - including the likes of Lee Belton, Dylan Larkin and Cody Fredrickson - will take on Tyrone Tonkin, Calvin Enge, Aaron Miles, Dylan Jenkinson, Tyler Hogg and their Mustangs team mates this weekend. “It’s been a really good 10 weeks - the guys have done really well,” Blacka said. “We’ve had quite a few people come down to watch. “At the start it was very much like a Big V game - manto-man defense from start to

finish - and then it kind of plateaued out a little bit as the guys got a bit flat but as they realised it was only a short 10-week competition those positions on the ladder started to become very close and it really picked up.” Blacka said the few teething issues the league experienced in season one will be ironed out for season two, and the plan is now to develop and grow the SESL. For more information visit www.seslbasketball.com or search for ‘South East Super League’ on Facebook.

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QUIZ NUMBER 1533 1. IN which city was controversial golfer Robert Allenby born? 2. WHO won cricket’s first World Cup in 1975? 3. JOHN Isner beat Nicolas Mahut in the longest fifth set in Wimbledon history in 2010. What was the score? 4. WHICH horse won the first two Melbourne Cups in 1861 and 1862? 5. WHICH former South Australian Aussie Rules player went on to captain Australia in cricket? 6. Australia is one of only three countries to compete at every modern Olympic Games. Who are the other two? 7. WITH which two English soccer clubs did Australia’s Craig Johnston play? 8. A yachtsman who won a bronze medal at the 1976 Olympics became one of Australia’s greatest sporting heroes seven years later. Who is he? 9. WHO in 1983 became Australia’s first golfing millionaire? 10. WHAT did the English prefer calling Bodyline bowling in the 1930s? 11. WHICH West German player won the 1991 Wimbledon men’s singles title? 12. Which Melbourne Cup winner has the same name as one of the world’s largest countries? 13. WHICH female Australian tennis player won a record 24 grand slam tournaments? 14. WHO was the first Australian wicketkeeper to score a century in Test cricket? 15. IN what year did Perth host the Commonwealth Games? 16. WHICH Australian squash player won the first World Open Mens title in 1976? 17. WHICH famous Australian horse won 18 consecutive races in the 1930s? 18. WHICH New Zealand runner broke the world one mile record in 1976? 19. WHICH country did Australia beat in the 2003 Davis Cup tennis final? 20. WHAT is a single game of snooker known as? ANSWERS: 1. Melbourne 2. The West Indies 3. 70-68 4. Archer 5. Victor Richardson 6. Greece and Great Britain 7. Middlesborough and Liverpool 8. John Bertrand 9. Bruce Crampton 10. Leg Theory 11. Michael Stich 12. Russia 13. Margaret Court 14. Rod Marsh 15. 1962 16. Geoff Hunt 17. Ajaz 18. John Walker 19. Spain 20. A frame

AS the inaugural season of the South East Super League draws to a thrilling crescendo this weekend, the future of the competition looks bright for seasons to come. The concept of the basketball league was the brainchild of Simo Pajdic and Tristan Blacka from the Pakenham Warriors and it involved a draft, player signings and trades to fill out the rosters of the six inaugural teams - the Pakenham Pirates, Beaconsfield Mustangs, Berwick Sharks, Cardinia Crocs, Lakeside Vikings and Officer Hornets. Pajdic and Blacka served as general managers of the Hornets and Vikings respectively in season one, while the Sharks and Mustangs will fight it out for the title this Sunday from 2pm at the Officer Hub. The competition was set up, in part, to fill the gap in the Big V representative off-season and a number of players on the six rosters either play for the Warriors’ men’s side or the Youth Men’s, which Pajdic coaches. But a wide range of other Big V clubs are also represented, including Western Port, Mornington, Dandenong, Sherbrooke, Keysborough and Melbourne. The SESL - backed by invaluable support from major sponsor Ash Mason from Stockdale and Leggo in Pakenham - is affiliated with the Pakenham and District Basketball Association (PDBA) and that

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Warriors to face off with Goannas By Russell Bennett THE Pakenham Warriors will break new ground this Saturday as their Big V Youth Men’s side takes on the might of the Australian Goannas the national men’s basketball team for the deaf. In what is a real coup for basketball in the south-east, Simo Pajdic’s Warriors side will take on the Goannas at Cardinia Life in a bid to raise some much-needed funds for the fully self-funded national side. This Saturday’s game marks the Goannas’ first official lead-up game to the 2017 Deaflympics in Samsun, Turkey in January. Entry to the game, which tips off at 5pm, is just $5 for adults, $2 for youngsters between five and 14, and free for anyone under the age of five. All proceeds will go to the Goannas, while Aligned Leisure has also donated the Cardinia Life facility for the clash. The young Warriors are eagerly anticipating the contest, which will pit them for the first time against a na-

tional-quality opponent. The Goannas are one of the most improved deaf basketball teams anywhere in the world and the side is made up of arguably the best deaf athletes throughout Australia. Given that players are from all corners of the country, they come together once a month at their training base in Melbourne for a weekend before resuming their normal club duties in their home states. Because there is no funding available for the team, players split the expenses for training camps - things such as airfares, food and accommodation - to keep the costs down as much as possible. Pajdic said his side couldn’t wait for this Saturday’s challenge, which will give one of the first indicators of just where the team is at during its pre-season. Many of last season’s Youth Men’s players have returned for the new campaign in a bid to go bigger and better. The Warriors are hoping for a bumper crowd this Saturday at Cardinia Life.

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 CaseySouth 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); HeinzSouthern 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.

Lions jumping to the 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 double-points 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 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.

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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 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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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