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Land clash risk for jobs ‘boom’ 3100 jobs prediction faces site pressures

GROWTH: Brett Winter addresses this week’s branding and strategy launch.

A forecast jobs boom at Port of Geelong faces a growth squeeze from unrelated businesses taking over land next door. The port could create more than 3000 jobs within 20 years on the back of a 50 per cent surge in trade, GeelongPort chief executive Brett Winter announced on Wednesday. But his forecast followed council administrators the night before opening up more space for shops and offices on a former industrial site abutting the port. The planning amendment sets up a clash of land uses as the port eyes growth while losing potential expansion sites to unrelated operators. The forecast trade surge could make the port an industrial success story for the city, Mr Winter said while launching GeelongPort’s new branding and a “renewed strategy”. “By 2035, the Port of Geelong is predicted to handle more than 18 million tonnes of imports and exports, generating 3100 jobs and strengthening its position as a leading employer in the local region,” he said. The port, which handles imports and exports of bulk goods such as oil, grain and woodchips, has recorded booming trade over the past few years. Significant harvests after the millennium drought have driven much of the increased business. Continued page 5

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Sacked councillors ‘face new probes if re-elected’ four bullying incidents, leading to the departure of “several” staff from City Hall. Ms Couzens, Labor’s Geelong MP, said she was unsure how many councillors faced bullying allegations but any investigations would have ceased after they were sacked. “Former sacked councillors can stand at the council election in October this year. However, I’m sure the people of Geelong will cast their vote taking into consideration who the candidates are and their past history,” Ms Couzens said. “It is also worth noting that those past councillors who were under investigation prior to their dismissal will if they win automatically be under investigation again.” Geelong needed “good, strong councillors” to continue the “positive work” of the three administrators the Andrews Government appointed in their place, Ms Couzens said. The new councillors must ensure that Geelong’s ongoing revitalisation achieved the best

outcomes for the city, “something the previous council did not have the ability to do”, she said. “If you look at Geelong right now there are cranes in the sky and many projects underway right across the city. “This is not as a result of the previous council, although some are attempting to claim glory for this. “It is due to the fact they are not in office.” Ms Couzens comments followed Mr Lyons discussing his re-election prospects on 94.7 The Pulse this week. “I never say never to anything. I would say at the moment (that) it’s a real wait-and-see,” he told the station. “My burning passion for the Geelong community is brighter than ever and I have a tremendous amount of unfinished business. “I should be allowed to finish off the journey that I started.”

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Concrete plans A firm has applied for environmental approval to make 1.3 million tonnes of cement a year at North Shore, according to the EPA. Boral Cement planned to work 24 hours a day shipping in clinker material via Lascelles Wharf before trucking out finished products from the site at the Corio Bay end of Walchs Rd, the EPA said.

Women progressed The Andrews Government has funded a Geelong group to “secure more women on council” at October’s election, according to the group’s spokesperson. Women in Local Democracy would use the funding to support the election of “progressive” candidates, Jenny Wills said.

Railway closed Foreshore works have forced Portarlington’s miniature railway off the rails, according to its volunteer secretary. The future of the popular ride was now a “day by day” proposition after Bellarine’s Bayside’s work removed public access to the railway at Point Richards, Brian Coleman said.

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A “topping out” ceremony has celebrated a new record height for buildings in central Geelong, according to its future tenant. WorkSafe said its $120 million headquarters under construction in Malop St officially reached its final height of 65 metres on the 14th floor this week, with the project scheduled for completion next June.

Geelong property vendors are paying commissions varying by up to $8250 on properties valued at $500,000, according to a real estate website’s analysis of latest data. LocalAgentFinder said Geelong agents’ commissions ranged from 1.1 to 2.75 per cent, with the average charge at 2.02 per cent.

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High school students have helped create two Aboriginal art murals installed as a feature on a corrugated iron wall at Waurn Ponds’ Leisurelink. The group of young Aboriginal students from Grovedale Secondary College designed and created the murals and associated artwork under the guidance of local indigenous artist Nathan Patterson. One mural represented the young people’s view of Geelong, while the other depicted a meeting place with surrounding images representing them, City Hall said. City Hall’s Youth Development team ran two after-school workshops with the students to help them with their artistic creations. The murals were “an important way to encourage young people to connect with their culture”, City Hall’s Fiona Reidy said. “The aim of the workshops was to provide young people with a space to connect with culture and country, have key conversations about culture and identity and to be able to express them through art,” she said.

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Any Geelong councillors investigated for alleged bullying before their sacking in April will go straight back under investigation if they return at October’s elections, a state MP has warned. Christine Couzens raised the investigation risk after a series of the sacked councillors declared they would stand again and others refused to rule out another run for council. Former mayor Darryn Lyons was the latest to raise expectations he could nominate, this week declining on local radio to rule out another run for council. Sacked councillors Eddy Kontelj, Ron Nelson, Tony Ansett, John Irvine and Peter Murrihy have decaled they will be candidates, while others except Kylie Fisher have yet to rule out nominating. The Andrews Government sacked the 13-member council last year amid allegations of a bullying culture at City Hall. A panel investigation potentially reaching back more than 20 years has so far confirmed


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Fake ID in $10,000 heist A man has used a fake licence to allegedly steal $10,000 from a bank in Belmont, according to police. But a suspicious staff member seized the driver’s licence to stop him making off with a further $15,000 from an East Geelong bank later the same day. Police investigating the incidents released security camera images of a man initially wearing a trilby hat and a singlet before appearing wearing a darker T-shirt in separate CCTV footage. The man in the images “may be able to assist” in the investigation, police said. The culprit withdrew the $10,000 from a business account at the the Belmont bank in High Street, about 10am on 14 March, police alleged. “Later that day, he allegedly attended a Garden Street bank in East Geelong where he attempted to withdraw $15,000 before the licence was seized

by a staff member who found it suspiso much money using fake ID at a cious. bank. “The man is perceived to be Cau“We made a large cash withdrawal casian in appearance and was initially from a bank once and they required wearing a white Everlast tank top and a lot more than an ID,” Bryden-Eve dark pants with a fedora-type hat. He Taylor commented under a post linkthen changed into a dark coloured Ting to the Indy’s online story about the shirt later on.” incidents. Police alleged the wanted man But Julie Churchill commented that also used fraudulent identification to bank security was “so crap these days”. withdraw money at Melton the same “I wanted to shut an account, handday. ed the lady my card (and) she cashed Police urged anyone with inforout the account and shredded my mation to phone Crime Stoppers on card,” Ms Churchill posted. 1800 333 000 or to make a confiden- Police are hoping to “I wasn’t even asked for ID, I could tial report at speak with this man. have found that card on the street and au. Followers of the Indy’s Facebook page were just walked in and said I’d like to pull out all the surprised the man could allegedly get away with funds and close this account.”

It’s green thumbs out as community tree planters dig in Green thumbs will dig deep for a community planting day in Geelong on Sunday. Planet Ark will run the event as part of its National Tree Day, with the support of City Hall, Barwon Water and Lions club members. Planting activities from 9.30am to 2.30pm would focus in Geelong on Drysdale Rd, Hamlyn Heights, City Hall said. The work would spruce up the road’s section of a 12km Ted Wilson Trail beginning at Lovely Banks. The trail’s namesake, a former police sergeant, was honoured with the trail title for his contribution to cycling through Barwon Regional Bicycle Council and City Hall’s bike strategy. City Hall began The Greenway Project in 2014 to plant more than 60,000 trees and 20,000 shrubs and grasses along the trail by 2018. Lions members will cater for Sunday’s event and parking will be available along Drysdale Ave.

GREENERY: Resident Lisa Hopgood and City Hall tree-maintenance officer Joey Bereza look foward to Sunday’s planting efforts along the Ted Wilson Trail. 170980 (Lousia Jones)


Land ‘clash’ risk From page 1 Mr Winter expected the “unprecedented growth” over the next two decades to boost confidence in industry, promote investment in infrastructure, and “contribute significantly to the region’s prosperity”. Geelong was already Victoria’s “largest and most important bulk-cargo port”, he said. “The port already handles a quarter of Victoria’s exports, contributing almost $450 million dollars to the state’s economy.” The port was also crucial to helping rural regions ship goods “without having to bear the brunt of costs associated with a capital city port”, Mr Winter said. He touched on the importance of maintaining industrial-zoned sites around the port, saying it “currently” had land available for “growth opportunities”. The previous night Geelong’s council administrators adopted a land-use amendment potentially allowing expansion of “offices and other compatible uses” on the former Federal Mills industrial site at 13-35 Mackey St, North Peter Dorling Geelong. A report to the council noted that the former mills’ heritage values represented “difficulties with using the site for industrial purposes”. Part of the site already has tenants ranging from a cafe and a gym to an adult-products store and offices. City Hall remained “keenly aware of the need to protect the Port of Geelong” while adopting the amended master plan for the mills land, a council statement said. Administrator Peter Dorling called the amendment an “adaptive re-use of a significant heritage place” that would “support the growth of new business and employment”. “The master plan will help to ensure a fair and orderly planning outcome for the Mackey Street site without prejudicing the operation of the Port of Geelong,” he said.

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‘It was not a dog - we know what we saw’

MYSTERIOUS: The black 'rivermouth panther', photographed while apparently stalking a pair of dogs at Point Impossible last Saturday in the latest of a series of local big-cat sightings.

Pair snap ‘big, black cat’ on prowl A mysterious big cat has surprised two men fishing at Point Impossible. One of the men supplied the Indy with several pictures of the animal, taken from the other side of Thompsons Creek around 10am last Saturday. He was adamant the animal was feline and too large to be a feral cat. “I looked across to the other bank and could see this big black thing,” he told the Indy on condition of anonymity. “I thought it might have been a dog, but then it stood up and flicked its tail around its body like a cat. Then it pricked up its pointy ears and slowly walked into the saltbushes. “To be a dog, the tail wasn’t correct, the ears weren’t correct, the head shape wasn’t correct and it was jet-black. The size of it, the shoulders, the

way it walked; it was a cat. “My mate at first said it was a big, black feral cat, but I said it was a panther - he ended up agreeing with me. “It was not a dog - we know what we saw. “We decided to call it The Rivermouth Panther.” The animal appeared to be stalking two dogs on a walk along the sandy creek bank, the man said. “It was there to hunt, that’s why it was there. “It would sort of crawl along on its belly to a piece of seaweed and blend in. It was sleek and quiet. “It’s not something you see every day, let’s put it that way.” The animal disappeared when a tall man and

two children appeared behind the dogs, the witness said. He and his mate had clear conditions to view the animal upwind and about 20 to 30 metres away. “It was so close, I could have cast my rod and hooked it.” The man photographed the animal on a small waterproof camera, which he said he always took to Point Impossible to take surf photographs. The man was already a believer in Australian big cats before his experience at Point Impossible, he said. “There are so many theories and too many sightings, even videos. It’s very hard to dismiss.” But Australian big-cat author Mike Williams said the man’s photographs were inconclusive.

“From the witness, it’s a big cat but from the pictures it could be anything from a labrador down. “I can’t rule it out as a cat, but I can’t rule it in, either.” The sighting’s time of day was “atypical” but other apparent big cats had been seen on beaches, Mr Williams said. Witnesses have claimed numerous big-cat sightings around the region in recent years, from Lara to Torquay, Mt Duneed and along the Surf Coast and its hinterland. Many witnesses have compared the animals to large cats such as panthers and pumas, although some believed they were thylacines, or Tasmanian tigers. The last officially documented thylacine died in captivity in Tasmania almost 100 years ago.









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Isabella joined the City two months ago. She works with the Revitalising Central Geelong team, a partnership with the Victorian Government.

COMMUNITY GROUPS APPLYING FOR CITY OF GREATER GEELONG FUNDING The City of Greater Geelong has introduced an integrated grants scheme

As the team’s Senior Administration Officer, Isabella’s role provides cohesion between the mix of diverse skills, experiences, professions and perspectives that make up the team.

to better target its future funding of community projects. We are now pleased to announce the availability of a range of grant programs to assist not-for-profit organisations with local projects and events that benefit the wider Geelong community:

This includes liaising with the Geelong Authority, which advises the Minister for Planning and the City’s decision-makers about central Geelong’s revitalisation. Isabella is excited to be playing a role in Geelong’s transition to a clever and creative city, and its cultural and culinary awakening. She is most looking forward to enjoying her hometown’s ‘foodie experience’ as an outcome of initiatives such as the transformation of Little Malop Street’s laneways.

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Healthy and Connected Communities

Creative Communities (formerly known

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The next meeting of Council will be held at 6.30pm on Tuesday 22 August 2017 at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Geelong. Enter through the Little Malop Street entrance. This meeting is open to the public.

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information sessions to advise the community on these programs: Session 1: Thursday 3 August 2017

The City of Greater Geelong has introduced an integrated grants scheme to better target its future funding of Geelong business projects. We are now pleased to announce the availability of a range of grant programs to assist the Geelong business community whose properties are located in Central Geelong: The funding streams are: • Business Presentation Incentive Program • Major Heritage Fund Online submissions will be available 14 August, closing 25 September 2017. For more information go to We are also holding the following dropin session to advise potential applicants about the Major Heritage Fund, and to answer any planning or building queries: Wednesday 2 August, 4.00pm - 6.30pm, 100 Brougham Street, Ground floor – meeting room, Geelong. RSVP if you wish to attend to Tamara Carmichael by email at

Commencing at 10.30am (RSVP by Tuesday 1 August) at City Hall, Cnr Little Malop and Gheringhap Streets, Geelong Session 2: Tuesday 8 August 2017 Commencing at 10.30am (RSVP by Friday 4 August) Potato Shed, 41 Peninsula Drive,


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opportunities and investment, as well as guiding how the region will grow. Greater Geelong: A Clever and Creative Future will transform the way that the City does business and engages with the community.

Presented by Women in Local Democracy Sessions will be held at Courthouse Youth Arts, 60 Little Malop St, Geelong. • Wednesday 2 August, 7.00pm – 9.00pm • Wednesday 9 August, 7.00pm – 9.00pm • Wednesday 16 August, 4.30pm – 6.30pm • Wednesday 30 August, 7.00pm – 9.00pm GENERAL INFORMATION SESSIONS Presented by Municipal Association of Victoria • Tuesday 8 August, 5.30pm – 7.30pm Springdale Neighbourhood Centre, Drysdale • Tuesday 15 August, 5.30pm – 7.30pm Grovedale Community Hub These sessions include: • Introduction to local government, the Local Government Act, role clarity, conflict of interest

THE JOURNEY TO A CLEVER AND CREATIVE FUTURE At this week’s Council meeting, the community-led vision document, Greater Geelong: A Clever and Creative Future was endorsed by the City’s Administrators. The document, which will guide the region’s development over the next 30 years, was built from the input of more than 16,000 people and the Greater Geelong community’s desire to be regionally, nationally and internationally recognised as a clever and creative city-region. The benefit of conducting this valuable piece of community research is clarifying a long-term focus for the region to assist the development of business

The document will guide the 2018-2021 Council Plan, which will be reviewed annually, and the City’s annual budget and action plans will be consistent with the document with future Councils reporting their progress and performance against its milestones. All proposals to Council will be also required to demonstrate consistency with Greater Geelong: A Clever and Creative Future. The City would like to thank its project partners and the more than 16,000 Greater Geelong people who contributed their ideas and enthusiasm to the 30-year vision document.

GEELONG CATS VS SYDNEY SWANS FRIDAY 4 AUGUST Gates open: 5.30pm Match commences: 7.50pm The Kardinia Park Stadium (Trust) is hosting the AFL home and away match between the Geelong Cats and Sydney Swans on Friday 4 August 2017.

CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS MOORABOOL STREET PRE-MATCH To assist with public safety, the NORTH bound lanes between Balliang Street and Kilgour Street will be closed one hour prior to the match commencing. One SOUTH bound lane will remain open with a reduced speed limit implemented. Please refer to diagram below:

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The land affected by the application is located at: Portarlington Road - between Portarlington Water Reclamation Plant and Clifton Springs No. 3 Sewer Pump Station at Beacon Point Reserve The application is for a permit to: Removal of native vegetation The applicant for the permit is: Spiire Australia PTY LTD - Geelong Office The application reference number is: PP-453-2017

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You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the office of the Responsible Authority or online at: •

The City’s website advertisedplanning

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The application can be viewed during office hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority.

• Networking • Business Development and Sales • Employing and Leading People The Geelong Small Business Festival is our way of improving access to information for small business owners in a variety of sectors - across a wide range of topics. The Festival is an important forum for small business to network and learn new skills. Make sure you book in nice and early to the events you want to attend.

GREATER GEELONG SETTLEMENT STRATEGY HELP SHAPE THE FUTURE OF HOUSING IN OUR CITY The City is preparing a Settlement Strategy which will provide a framework to ensure council can meet the housing needs of the municipality to 2036. A series of discussion papers exploring a range of population, land supply and housing development matters have been prepared to inform the preparation of a draft strategy. These papers are now available to view online at


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An objection must:

• include the reasons for the objection

For approximately 20 minutes after the conclusion of the match, temporary road closures will be in place, in the following locations:

• state how the objector would be affected

• Moorabool Street between Kilgour Street and Balliang Street

• be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing

• Hopkins Street at Park Crescent

The responsible authority must make a copy of every objection available at its office for any person to inspect during office hours free of charge until the end of the period during which an application may be made for review of a decision on the application.

Access to Strong, Lonsdale, Verner, Foster and Balliang Streets will be available via Yarra Street, during the temporary road closure. Local access to Hopkins Street is available via Fyans Street.

The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before 12 August 2017.

Emergency vehicle access will be available at all times.

If you object, the Responsible Authority will advise you of its decision.


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City set on ‘clever’ path Geelong is now on course to a “clever and creative future”, according to the city’s council administrators. And they expect that subsequent elected councils will adhere to their long-term plan for the city, Greater Geelong: A Clever and Creative Future. The state-appointed trio voted this week to adopt the “community-led vision document” to guide the region’s development for the next 30 years. The administrators spent more than $500,000 developing the blueprint amid doubts about whether October’s next elected council or successors would follow the guidelines. A City Hall statement this week announcing the vision’s formalisation included expectations that councils would fall in line. Future councils would “report their progress and performance against (the vision’s) milestones”, the statement said. City budgets and action plans would also be “consistent” with the document, along with any “proposals to council”. More than 16,000 people had input into Greater Geelong: A Clever and Creative Future, City Hall said. The document outlined “the community’s desire to be regionally, nationally and internationally recognised as a clever and creative city-region”. “The document is a blueprint for the region and an important step along a journey to transform the community’s aspirations into reality,” the City statement said. “The benefits of conducting this valuable piece of community research include clarifying the long-term focus for the region, which will assist the attraction of business opportunities and investment, as well as informing how the region will grow. “Greater Geelong: A Clever and Creative Future will change the way that the City does business and engages with the community.” The vision proposes numerous social, economic and environmental goals, including

THAT WAY: Geelong administrators Laurinda Gardner, Kathy Alexander and Peter Dorling has set out a 30-year plan for the city. above-average employment, below-average crime statistics, 30-minute travel to Melbourne, an international airport, and more residents living amid an increased natural habitat. Administrators chair Kathy Alexander, a former chief of Melbourne’s council, said Geelong was following the lead of other global cities in developing a long-term vision. “The councils of other cities around the world, including Melbourne, have successfully delivered

long-term plans by sticking to them, orientating their budgets toward them, influencing the plans of other stakeholders, lobbying government for their support, and facilitating an environment that encouraged private investment.” Dr Alexander thanked “project partners” and others involved in developing the vision document. “It’s been a wonderful and enlightening journey, and it’s only just begun.”

Double Take A Deakin University multi-campus exhibition is set to puzzle patrons when it combines art with scientific enquiry in Geelong next month. The show, Art and Performance by Research, will feature at Geelong’s Waterfront Campus for oneday only after opening in Burwood on Wednesday, Deakin announced. And what a show it promises to be! “It features the interdisciplinary practices of our leading artists and thinkers who are expanding knowledge in new ways and conflating the traditional boundaries between art and science, improvisation and planning, museum practices and personal remembering, performance, public interventions and installation,” said curator James Lynch. Sounds, err, interesting. Anyone interested in conflating their traditional boundaries can experience Art and Performance by Research from 9am to 3pm during Deakin’s Waterfront open day on 20 August. Meanwhile, a somewhat more-grounded event - although with a significant aerial aspect - sounds like presenting an intriguing historical account at Geelong’s National Wool Museum this weekend. Aviation buff Kevin O’Reilly will tell the story of Charles Pratt, who flew a plane to Geelong in 1920 to set up a flying business on Belmont Common (pictured). Pratt and his brothers, regarded as aviation pioneers, built, fixed and flew planes at the common until World War II. Interestingly in this age of drone photography, Charles Pratt was also a pioneer of aerial photography, taking numerous snaps of the region before it was trendy to do so from the safety of a control box somewhere on the ground. Kevin will present the story of the flying Pratt brothers in the museum’s auction room from 2pm to 4pm on Sunday. For gold-coin admission, it’s cheaper than a Tiger Air flight - but dependable as well!

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Lump leads to ‘fight of her life’ Grovedale’s Glenda Ford was a fit, 55-year-old enjoying her first grandchild when a small, painless lump appeared in her throat. But, the following months of radiation therapy, tube-feeding and life-threatening surgery to fight aggressive neck cancer changed the marketing executive’s life forever. Glenda recounted her experience this week as Barwon Health prepared for World Head and Neck Cancer Day on Thursday. “Eighteen days after surgery to remove the lump, I had a massive bleed requiring hospitalisation to cauterise it,” Glenda said. “As I was going under, I was told I might not live through the operation, but thankfully I did. “I had 35 rounds of radiation therapy simultaneously with chemotherapy over seven weeks. “After the tonsil was removed, I had a PEG tube inserted into my stomach to allow me to have a high protein liquid food. It remained there for eight months. “During this period, I was unable to eat solid foods for most of that time.” The treatment was enough to endure, but Glenda said she and husband Geoff also encountered social stigma attached to head and neck cancers. “People assume that if you have a head and neck cancer, you’ve been a heavy drinker and smoker,” she explained. “But not all people who have a head and neck cancer have been drinkers or smokers, including myself. “Without using the exact words, some people considered me and others with this type of cancer to have lived a dirty life.” Glenda said she was in remission, but her treatment and recovery were ongoing. “I’ve learnt to live around these limitations,” she said. “I have a wonderful quality of life. I’m living and enjoying my life with friends and family and doing volunteer work.” Now 63, Glenda volunteers at Barwon Health’s Supportive Care Centre with people encountering similar experiences. She hosts morning tea twice a month for up to

SURVIVOR: Glenda Ford now volunteers at Barwon Health to assist other head and neck cancer victims. 30 patients and family members to support each other. “This cancer is less well-known, and it can happen to anyone. It’s a terrible cancer that causes so much trauma with a long road to recovery,” Glenda said. “I made a conscious decision to remember as much as I could about my experience, so I could help others going through similar experiences. Many people supported me during and after my illness.” Glenda said the support included raising money for “bags of the essential things people need when

they begin their treatment journey”. Barwon Health had been providing the bags to newly diagnosed patients for the past five years, she said. Barwon Health said head and neck cancer was a general term for a range of cancers in areas including the oral cavity, tongue, palate, jaw, salivary glands, throat, and nose. Radiation oncologist Maitham Mathlum described head and neck cancer as complex but responsive to treatment. “Early detection plays a big part in prognosis and educating the community and GPs about

symptoms and signs of the disease is important,” Dr Mathlum said. “Symptoms depend on the site. However, a person may experience one or more symptoms of pain, swelling, hoarse voice and difficulty swallowing. Anyone with symptoms or concerns should consult a GP, he said. About 4000 Australians were diagnosed with head and neck cancers annually, with Barwon Health treating 200 last year.

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Letters Chamber supporting revitalisation I wish to respond to Richard Worland’s letter in last Friday’s Geelong Indy. Central to the change underway in Geelong’s CBD is City of Greater Geelong’s Revitalising Central Geelong initiative, developed in consultation with the community, including traders. Understandably, vacant shops give rise to concern for the CBD’s future but the sight is not unique to Geelong. The CBD has more shops than ever - they are just not all visible from the street. Referring to parts of the CBD as “ghetto strips” unfairly tarnishes Geelong’s brand and reputation while doing nothing to support business confidence and investment in the CBD. Geelong Chamber of Commerce works closely with traders and the City to shape plans and strategies for the CBD. The chamber has never stated that it supports parking-charge increases. The chamber has said that charges in Geelong are reasonable compared to other major cities. Regarding Mr Worland’s allegation that the chamber wanted Sunday penalty rates abolished, the chamber has publically stated that Sunday’s rates should be the same as Saturday’s. The chamber’s surveys of businesses indicate that excessively high rates on Sundays crippled small family businesses and deterred the hiring of young casuals and students. As a small, not-for-profit organisation with a dedicated, voluntary board of directors, the chamber works tirelessly to support Geelong business and to encourage investment in our city. The chamber is proud of its contribution over more than 160 years and will continue supporting and encouraging the city’s entrepreneurial spirit. Bernadette Uzelac Geelong Chamber of Commerce chief executive officer

City serious about bullies In response to Anna Michalik (Letters, 21 July), City of Greater Geelong has comprehensive procedures in place to deal with bullying and harassment concerns raised with the complaints review panel. All concerns are reviewed and, where appropriate, investigated. Each matter is assessed on individual circumstances. If an employee is found to have breached the staff code of conduct or other related workplace policies, disciplinary action is taken. The City has prioritised building good workplace culture, with a range of strategies and programs now in place to engage and train employees in acceptable workplace behaviour that supports organisational values. More specifically, much work has been done over the past 18 months to recognise the serious risks associated with bullying and harassment. Awareness about procedural fairness has been heightened, and monitoring and control mechanisms to ensure employee rights are not compromised have been refined. All bullying and harassment concerns raised are treated seriously, mindful of the organisation’s privacy and confidentiality obligations. Susan Halliday Complaints review panel independent chair

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Buckets & Bouquets Buckets to a newspaper for regularly placing some death notices away from the ‘Deaths’ column for failing to note names in the ‘Bereavement Index’. Some readers bother only to look at the ‘Deaths’ column and nothing else. Very Shabby, Grovedale Bouquets to a group of Geelong Ballroom dancers who put on demonstrations at various aged care facilities. They put smiles on lots of faces, even getting some up for a dance. Keep up the great work. Keep Dancing, Highton Bouquets to a female for Time Lordess but not for 007. Peter, Ocean Grove Bouquets to the Geelong Indy for Buckets & Bouquets. I followed a contributor’s recommendation and finally located a really good dentist, Dr Ed Houghton. Peter Robinson, Jan Juc

Staff take best cab off the rank Regarding the Indy’s 7 July story on more taxis in Geelong, I couldn’t agree more with the following week’s letter by Kevin Russell, headlined Good Times As Competition Returns. What did we see on the front page of the Indy but a company in fear of competition! If Geelong Taxi Network has a solid model, why would it fear competition? Peter Valentine feared that competition might “poach” his drivers. Yes, as Geelong drivers they might get a better offer. Is Geelong Taxi Network the most-expensive taxi outfit in the state? If so, why shouldn’t Mr Valentine’s drivers jump if they get a better offer? In short, if a business doesn’t treat someone as well as other businesses they will leave. It’s not rocket science. Max Burns Corio

Silence not settled on carbon I write regarding a contaminated industrial site at the corner of Roseneath, Victoria and Douro Sts, North Geelong (Black Grime Anger, Geelong Indy, 14 July). Have residents noticed a black, greasy substance on their driveways, houses, windows, pets, or shoes, which is then walked inside floor coverings et cetera? They would not have seen it floating onto their properties but when airborne it can cover a radius of up to 5km, which includes North Geelong, Norlane, Bell Post Hill, St Helens, Drumcondra, West Geelong and central Geelong. The substance is black carbon, which is toxic and inflammable. Late last year the site’s then-tenant, Axeo, had fire brigades and a HAZMat unit twice in attendance but has since relocated to Lara. The site owner has recently been removing

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chimneys and cleaning and removing black carbon from the site. Several people have reported black carbon on their properties to the EPA and Worksafe. White pets turned black can’t be good. I am one of these people and urge everyone with the same problem to ring the EPA and Worksafe and to keep children and pets from playing outside until this is over. Anyone who comes into contact with black carbon should wash their hands thoroughly and avoid handling it if possible. Joan Clarke North Geelong

Flying high with Frank and Patty Both a philanthropist and a one-off footy player put the focus on Avalon Airport last week. Frank Costa said in last week’s Indy “it would be just the icing on the cake if we could get Avalon (Airport) operating to its full capacity’’, while Patrick Dangerfield said elsewhere that Virgin had to get a plane there or the Cats would travel Jetstar - “it makes no sense to drive one hour and 20 minutes just to get a plane”. In order to raise the ante and gain Turnbull Coalition Government funding so Avalon can achieve its jobs-creating potential, influential comments from the aforementioned are essential. Yet why stop there? The opportunity to keep Avalon’s international-inbound tourism accreditation and fresh-foodexport-hub and related upgrades as a regional Federal Government priority should be shared across the community. However, Frank Costa and Patrick Dangerfield are to be commended for their high profile advocacy. Richard Worland Manifold Heights

City of Greater Geelong has closed Osborne House and booted out tenants since Easter. I met Osborne Park Association, which said the City had no plan for when or if the association would be permitted back. The association and other groups, such as Vietnam Veterans Association Geelong and District, Geelong Memorial Brass Band, Geelong Naval and Maritime Museum, Corio Bay Camera Club, have been left homeless. Apparently the building is full of mould and spores but the City has not advised how this issue will be resolved. Meanwhile, the tenants temporarily meet in locations around Geelong with their belongings locked up in Osborne House. This beautiful, cherished building is now vulnerable to irreversible damage from fire, flooding and theft. Council should immediately contract the expertise to clean the mould and return the building to the community but I suspect this is the toohard basket as the City awaits a new council to make a decision, which by then might be too late. Osborne House’s future has been on the shelf too long. As a candidate for Brownbill Ward, I have a plan to bring Osborne House back to former glory without financially burdening the community. Essentially, an adjacent large parcel of dormant land belonging to the City could be offered on a long-term lease for an appropriate development. The monies generated could then fund Osborne House’s restoration. With some of Geelong’s best bay views, the land could attract significant interest from the private and corporate sector. Eddy Kontelj Geelong

Sam Newman for mayor Some dismissed councillors now have the gall to nominate again for election. Along with Michael King and Peter Murrihy, we need new blood of councillors with various occupations, such as tradies, accountants, unionists, solicitors and the self-employed, not as we previously had: highly paid councillors and mayors with high-ranking positions elsewhere at the same time. Nobody can serve two masters. City of Greater Geelong’s CEO, who is on a salary around $400,000 a year, stated it was his decision to pay about $25,000 a year of ratepayers’ money for the City to be a member of the unelected Committee for Geelong. I guess that amount is chicken feed to him, so why did we need council administrators? Aside from the often-silly role he has to play on The Footy Show, an ideal candidate would be John ‘Sam’ Newman. He is a born leader, articulate, does not suffer fools, is financially independent, has no close family ties, and is politically unaligned. Mr Newman has lived in Geelong and owes it to himself to put an enlightened view back into the city. M. O’Beirne Marshall


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Room has new view of our hearts By Justin Flynn Local director Emma Watson has poured every bit of energy into her upcoming adaptation of E.M. Forster’s novel A Room With a View. Watson has not only written the play, she has made the costumes, hats and even upholstered the furniture to depict the 1908 setting. “She just lives and breathes it,” said Christine Davey, artistic director of independent Geelong theatre company Skin of Our Teeth Productions. “Emma approached me with this idea and she’s just really nailed it.” This bold and sumptuous new adaptation of A Room With a View will premier in Geelong next month. Watson’s adaptation bolsters E.M. Forster’s career defining literary ideas of feminism, the belief in freedom and truth, while adding grace and a gentle learnedness. It follows the story of English rose Lucy Honeychurch touring Italy with her prim spinster cousin Charlotte Bartlett as chaperone. It’s a play about change and loss, about pretension and honesty, about expectation and entitlement and ultimately about how spontaneous actions in a rigid world of set social codes can shatter and explode into life changing potential. “It’s really just a lovely story,” Davey said. “Sometimes we need an escape to another world or another time where life was a little bit easier. “The costumes are beautiful and it’s just a beautiful play. It’s a comedy, but it’s not your barrel of laughs, ‘ha ha’ type of comedy. There’s no horrible character or evil villain.” Starring Lauren Atkin as Lucy Honeychurch, the elegant comedy written in 1908 is widely recognised as one of the finest novels of the 20th cen-

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The cast of A Room With a View. 170672 Jules Hart and Lauren Atkin. 170672 tury. Foster was the master of building romantic suspense out of psychological repression. “She’s (Atkin) in every scene and is doing a phenomenal job for a young person,” Davey said. “She is 23, but has to portray someone who is

18 during that time, which isn’t easy to do.” The production will feature music from the early 1900s. “I always love to incorporate music into the stuff I do in theatre,” Davey said.

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Geelong’s council will host the story of an erotic dancer who allegedly horsewhipped a critical editor. The Exotic Lives of Lola Montez will arrive at Drysdale’s Potato Shed next week, City Hall has announced. Montez, real name Eliza Gilbert, was an Irish entertainer and Countess of Landsfeld who visited Australia in the mid-1880s to entertain miners and others during the Gold Rush. She was renowned for flashing genitalia during her “erotic spider dance”, which the Sydney Morning Herald reported in 1855 as “the most libertinish and indelicate performance that could be given on the public stage”. City Hall’s promotion of the Drysdale show repeated the claim that Montez “horsewhipped the editor of the Ballarat Times for a bad review”. “She swung down mineshafts on a single rope with champagne in hand. She escaped arrest, dressed only in her jewels and she showered with gold nuggets. “Her life was swathed in scandal. City Hall described Montez as “the wildest showgirl of the 19th century”. “The Exotic Lives of Lola Montez is a wildly contemporary dreamscape steeped in Australian history and the extraordinary lives and freedom of one of the world’s most adventurous women,” said arts and culture manager Kaz Paton. The show at the Potato Shed on 4 and 5 August would star award-winning across and Montez descendent Caroline Lee, along with “Parisian dance siren Holly Durant”, the City said. “International queen of provocative variety Moira Finucane would direct the production, based on the work of award-winning playwright Jackie Smith. Finucane was looking forward to her Potato Shed return with the Montez show.

Everyone’s country sweetheart, Beccy Cole, heads up another bumper crop of musical superstars headlining at the Queenscliff Musical Festival. The festival, from 24 to 26 November, has already officially sold out of two-day tickets after reporting record sales across the board. The latest round of acts to be revealed are all Australian, ranging from exciting emerging acts to veterans of the performance circuit. And the new names cover everything from indie, blues, rock ‘n’ roll to country and soul. The second line-up announcement includes: Allysha Joy; The Bamboos; Beccy Cole; Bob Evans; Hat Fitz and Cara; Jazz Party; Little Georgia; Mia Dyson; Sammy J; The Southern River Band; Stella Donnelly and The Wilson Pickers. Country songstress Beccy Cole, winner of nine Golden Guitars and multiple ARIA Top 10 Country and Top 40 Mainstream albums, will bring her glowing warmth, honeyed voice, bawdy sense of humour and perpetual smile to Queenscliff. Mega soul ensemble The Bamboos will bring the powerhouse pipes, wind and strings to the Queenscliff crowd, while singer-songwriter and Jebediah frontman Bob Evans will serenade them. Country sweetheart: Beccy Cole 170684

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6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News [s] 10:00 Q&A [s] 11:05 Restoration Man (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address 1:30 Birds Of A Feather (PG) [s] 2:00 Old School (M v) [s] 2:55 Doc Martin (PG) [s] 3:45 Eggheads [s] 4:15 Pointless [s] 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 The Checkout: Snack Size [s] 6:10 Restoration Man (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Hard Quiz [s] 8:30 Shaun Micallefʼs Mad As Hell (M) [s] 9:00 Utopia: Nation Shapers (M) 9:30 Growing Up Gracefully (M) 10:00 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (M) 10:40 Lateline [s] 11:10 The Business [s] 11:30 Four Corners (M n,s) [s] 12:15 Media Watch [s] 12:35 National Press Club Address

6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News Mornings [s] 10:00 Australian Story [s] 10:30 Foreign Correspondent [s] 11:00 Restoration Man (PG) [s] 12:00 ABC News [s] 1:00 The Musketeers (M v) [s] 2:00 Old School (M v) [s] 2:55 Doc Martin (PG) [s] 3:45 Eggheads [s] 4:15 Pointless [s] 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Best Of The Weeklyʼs Hard Chat: Steve Price (PG) [s] 6:05 Restoration Man [s] 6:55 Clarke And Dawe [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Short Cuts To Glory (PG) [s] 8:30 Pulse (M l,s) [s] 9:30 Cleverman (MA15+) [s] 10:25 Lateline [s] 10:55 The Business [s] 11:10 Comedy Up Late (MA15+) [s] 11:40 Itʼs A Date (M l,n,s) [s] 12:10 The Vagina Diaries (M l,s) [s] 12:45 World Without End (M l,s,v)


5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Maternal Obsession” (M v) (ʼ08) Stars: Kristen Prout, Jean Louisa Kelly, Paula Trickey, Jake Thomas 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens [s] – Joh visits the home of artist Ken Done. 7:30 AFL: Round 19: Hawthorn v Sydney [s] – *Live* 11:00 Behave Yourself (PG) [s] 12:00 The Big Adventure (PG) [s] 1:00 (P) Home Shopping 1:00 (7) The Real Seachange (PG) 1:30 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:00 (7) Home Shopping 4:00 (7) The Great Outdoors [s] 5:00 (7) NBC Today [s]

6:00 Home Shopping [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 Morning Show - Weekend [s] 12:00 Adamʼs Pasta Pilgrimage [s] 12:30 Bewitched: Sam And The Moon [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 VFL: Williamstown v Footscray 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Luxury Escapes (PG) [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 The Kick: Carlton v Geelong 7:30 AFL: Round 19: Carlton v Geelong [s] – *Live* 10:30 Program To Be Advised 11:00 Program To Be Advised 12:00 The Big Adventure (PG) [s] 1:00 Harryʼs Practice [s] 1:00 (P) Home Shopping 1:30 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:00 (7) Home Shopping 4:00 (7) Religious Programs 4:30 (7) Sons And Daughters 5:30 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s]

6:00 Home Shopping 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 AFL Game Day [s] 11:30 Movie: “Cloud 9” (G) (ʻ14) Stars: Andrew Caldwell, Carlon Jeffery, Dove Cameron, Luke Benward, Kiersey Clemons, Mike C Manning, Dillon Lane 1:30 Footy Flashbacks: Dennis Cometti Special 2:30 AFL Pre-Game [s] 3:00 AFL: Round 19: Collingwood v Adelaide [s] – The Crows head east to meet with the Magpies at the MCG. 6:00 Seven News - Sunday [s] 7:00 Program To Be Advised 8:00 Program To Be Advised 8:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 Britainʼs Busiest Airport: Heathrow (PG) [s] 12:30 (P) Home Shopping (7) Whodunnit (PG) [s] 1:30 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s] 4:00 (7) Meet The Press [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “A Mother Betrayed” (M v) (ʻ15) – A newlywed woman is committed to a mental hospital after suffering hallucinations, and soon discovers that her new husband has a plan to steal her life. Stars: Adam Kaufman, 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:30 Program To Be Advised 10:50 Air Crash Investigations: Deadly Silence (PG) [s] 11:50 Quantico: Zrtorch (M v) [s] 12:50 (7) Red Band Society (M d,s) 1:00 (P) Home Shopping 1:35 (7) Program To Be Advised 4:00 (7) NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “Fatal Justice” (M v) (ʻ12) – Police canʼt crack the alibi of the gang who injured her 12year-old niece, Karen Donovan must take matters into her own hands. Stars: Cynthia Watros 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:30 Program To Be Advised 9:30 Program To Be Advised 10:40 The Catch (M) [s] 11:40 Mistresses: Odd Couples (M) 12:40 (7) Aquarius (M d,a,v,l) [s] 1:00 (P) Home Shopping 1:35 (7) Dream Academy (PG) [s] 2:00 (7) Program To Be Advised 4:00 (7) NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Foreclosed” (M v) (ʼ13) Stars: James Denton 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Border Security: Australiaʼs Front Line (PG) [s] 8:00 The Force: Behind The Line (PG) [s] 8:30 Criminal Minds: Profiling 202 / Anonymous (M a,v) [s] 10:30 Autopsy USA: Natalie Wood (MA15+) [s] 11:30 Motive: The Amateurs (M v,s) 12:30 (P) Home Shopping (7) Winners And Losers (PG) 1:30 (7) The Real Seachange [s] 2:00 (7) Program To Be Advised 4:00 (7) NBC Today [s]

5:30 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Midday Movie: “Blacktop” (M v,s) (ʼ00) Stars: Kristin Davis 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Make You Laugh Out Loud: Delinquents (PG) [s] 8:30 The Front Bar (M) [s] 9:30 All Round To Mrs Brownʼs (M l,s) [s] 10:30 Ramsayʼs Kitchen Nightmares: The Dovecoat (M l) [s] 11:30 Grimm: Beginning Of The End - Part 2 (MA15+) [s] 12:30 (P) Home Shopping (7) Winners And Losers (M) 1:30 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:00 (7) Program To Be Advised 4:00 (7) NBC Today [s]


5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Who Do You Think You Are? Zooey Deschanel (PG) [s] 2:00 Love Child (M) [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Vet On The Hill [s] 8:30 Movie: “Music & Lyrics” (PG) (ʻ07) Stars: Hugh Grant 10:40 Law And Order: Armed Forces (M v,d) [s] 11:40 Rizzoli & Isles (M v) [s] 12:35 Anger Management (M) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Filthy Rich (M v,l,d) [s] 3:00 The Avengers (PG) 4:00 Global Shop 4:30 Good Morning America [s]

6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today Saturday 10:00 Today Extra Saturday [s] 12:00 Cybershack (PG) [s] 12:30 Kevin Can Wait (PG) [s] 1:00 Patriot Games (PG) [s] 2:00 Movie: “City Slickers” (PG) (ʻ91) Stars: Billy Crystal 4:30 Dr Lisa To The Rescue [s] 5:00 NINE News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Saturday [s] 7:00 Movie: “Back To The Future III” (PG) (ʻ90) Stars: Michael J Fox, Christopher Lloyd 9:30 Movie: “The Tourist” (M v,l) (ʻ10) Stars: Johnny Depp 11:40 Movie: “Final Analysis” (M l,v,s) (ʻ92) Stars: Richard Gere, Kim Basinger 2:00 TV Shop 2:30 The Brokenwood Mysteries: Blood Pink (M v,l) 4:15 NINE Presents: Barbara Streisand Music Special

6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today [s] 10:00 Sports Sunday (PG) [s] 11:00 Sunday Footy Show (PG) [s] 12:30 Future Stars (PG) [s] 1:30 Subaru Full Cycle [s] 2:00 Movie: “Good Guys And The Bad Guys” (PG) (ʻ69) 4:00 Ready For Takeoff (PG) [s] 5:00 NINE News: First At Five 5:30 Postcards (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Sunday 7:00 The Block (PG) [s] 8:30 60 Minutes [s] 9:30 Killer Women With Piers Morgan (PG) [s] 10:30 Australian Crime Stories: Mick Sayers (MA15+) [s] 11:30 House: Detox (M d,s,mp) [s] 12:30 Fate And The Furious (M v) 1:00 Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners (PG) [s] 2:00 Subaru Full Cycle [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 The Baron (PG) [s]

5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 The Block (PG) [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 The Block (PG) [s] 8:45 This Time Next Year (PG) [s] 9:55 Footy Classified (M) [s] 10:55 Botched: The Serial Filler (M n,mp) [s] 11:55 Law And Order (M v,d) [s] 12:55 Anger Management (M) [s] 1:25 NINE Presents: Kelly Clarkson Music Special 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Doctor Doctor (M d,l) [s] 2:00 The Block (PG) [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 The Block (PG) [s] 8:40 True Story With Hamish & Andy: Tracy (PG) [s] 9:10 Kath & Kim: Sex / Gay (PG) 10:10 2 Broke Girls: And The Two Openings (M d,s) [s] 11:20 The Mysteries Of Laura (M) 12:20 20/20 [s] 1:15 Cybershack (PG) [s] 1:45 NINE Presents: Pink 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

5:30 Today [s] 5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Doctor Doctor (M d,l) [s] 1:00 Doctor Doctor (M d,l) [s] 2:00 The Block (PG) [s] 2:00 The Block: 3:00 NINE News Now [s] Bathroom Week (PG) [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 RBT (PG) [s] 7:30 The Block (PG) [s] 8:30 The Footy Show (M) [s] 8:45 Britainʼs Got Talent (PG) [s] 10:30 Off The Bench TV (PG) [s] 11:00 Chicago Med: 11:00 Worldʼs Funniest Videos Top Heart Matters (M mp) [s] 10 Countdown (PG) [s] 12:00 20/20: 11:30 The Footy Show (M l) [s] The OJ Simpson Tapes [s] 1:15 NINE Presents: John 1:00 Anger Management: Charlie Farnham Music Special [s] Meets His Match (M) [s] 1:25 Explore Fillers 1:30 Postcards (PG) [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Extra [s] 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Global Shop 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 3:30 Good Morning America [s]


6:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 6:30 Family Feud [s] 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 8:00 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (M) [s] 1:00 The Living Room Encore [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Living Room (PG) [s] 8:30 Graham Norton Show (M) [s] 9:30 Program To Be Advised 10:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore [s] 1:30 The Late Show (PG) [s] 2:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Fishing Edge [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 RPM [s] 8:00 Family Feud [s] 8:30 The Talk (PG) [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday [s] 12:00 The Living Room Encore [s] 1:00 Alive And Cooking [s] 1:30 Fishing Australia [s] 2:00 Australian Fishing Championships Series XIII [s] 2:30 Pooches At Play [s] 3:00 Australia By Design [s] 3:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 4:00 Whatʼs Up Down Under [s] 4:30 Escape Fishing With ET [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 6:00 All Star Family Feud: Survivor Contestants (PG) [s] 7:00 Movie: “Fantastic Four” (PG) (ʻ15) Stars: Kate Mara 9:00 Movie: “Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit” (M v,l) (ʻ14) Stars: Chris Pine, Keira Knightley 11:05 Supercars: Highlights: Round 8: Ipswich: Race 15 12:05 48 Hours (M) [s]

6:00 Religious Programs 7:00 Fishing Australia [s] 7:30 My Market Kitchen [s] 8:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 8:30 The Talk (PG) [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Sunday [s] 12:00 Alive And Cooking [s] 12:30 The Doctors (PG) [s] 1:30 Weekend Feast [s] 2:30 I Fish [s] 3:00 Cruise Mode [s] 3:30 RPM [s] 4:00 Supercars: Highlights Round 8: Race 16 from Ipswich 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 6:00 Family Feud! - Sunday [s] 6:30 Modern Family (PG) [s] 7:30 Australian Survivor (PG) [s] 9:10 Bull: Dirty Little Secrets (M) 10:10 NCIS: New Orleans: Nola Confidential / The Third Man (M v) 12:00 48 Hours (M) [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

6:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 6:30 Family Feud [s] 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 8:00 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Benʼs Menu [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG)[s] 3:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Australian Survivor (PG) [s] 9:00 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M l,s) [s] 10:00 Life In Pieces: Tailgate Spiral Souvenir Seating (PG) [s] 10:30 Sherlock Holmes: Elementary: Alma Matters (M v) [s] 12:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 1:00 The Project - Encore [s] 2:00 The Late Show (PG) [s]

6:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 6:30 Family Feud [s] 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 8:00 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Benʼs Menu [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield [s] 4:30 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Australian Survivor (PG) [s] 9:00 Shark Tank (PG) [s] 10:00 NCIS: Dressed To Kill (M v) [s] 11:00 NCIS: Los Angeles: Merry Evasion (M v) [s] 12:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 1:00 The Project - Encore [s] 2:00 Late Show (PG) [s] 3:00 Home Shopping

6:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 6:30 Family Feud [s] 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 8:00 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:30 Benʼs Menu [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 4:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 4:30 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Bachelor Australia (PG) 8:30 Offspring (M s) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Black Market (M v) [s] 10:30 Hawaii Five-O: Ka Luhi (The Burden) (M v) [s] 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore [s] 1:30 The Late Show (PG) [s] 2:30 Home Shopping

5:00 CGTN English News 5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:30 Worldwatch 5:30 Worldwatch – Deutsche Welle News 6:00 France 24 News 1:00 PBS Newshour 2:00 Small Business Secrets 9:30 Worldwatch Continues 2:30 Treasures Of Ancient 1:00 PBS Newshour Greece: The Age Of Heroes 2:00 The Point: You Are Here 3:40 Walking Through History: Interviews - Warwick Thornton King John's Ruin: The Peak 2:30 The Point Review District / England's Last Battle: 2:55 The Marngrook Footy Show The West Country 4:25 Rick Stein's Taste 5:30 The Supervet (PG) 5:30 Letters And Numbers 6:30 SBS World News 6:00 River Cottage Australia 7:30 Digging For Britainʼs 6:30 SBS World News Secrets: Ice And Stone 7:30 British Railway Journeys 8:30 Easter Island: 8:35 The Secret Life Of Marilyn Mysteries Of A Lost World Monroe 10:10 Movie: “Anonymous” (M s,v) 10:10 SBS World News (ʻ11) Stars: Rhys Ifans, Vanessa 10:40 Feu: Crazy Horse Paris Redgrave (MA15+) (In French) 12:30 Movie: “Linha De Pass” (M 12:15 Tutankhamun (PG) d,l,s,v) (ʻ08) Stars Sandra 1:10 Hollow Crown: Henry V (M v) Corveloni, João Baldasserini 3:40 Behind Closed Doors (M l,v) 2:30 15 Years Of Terror (M) 4:50 SBS Flashback: 3:35 United States Of Secrets On Racism And Humour


Monday 31

6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News Mornings [s] 10:00 One Plus One [s] 10:30 Compass [s] 11:00 Restoration Man [s] 12:00 ABC News at Noon [s] 1:00 Making Families Happy (M l) 2:00 Old School (M v) [s] 3:00 The Cook And The Chef [s] 3:25 Eggheads [s] 4:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 Sideliners (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The Link [s] 8:00 Mary Berryʼs Absolute Favourites [s] 8:30 Prime Suspect 1973 (M l,v) 9:20 Line Of Duty (M v) [s] 10:10 Lateline [s] 10:40 The Business [s] 10:55 Shaun Micallefʼs Mad As Hell (M) [s] 11:25 Planet America [s]


Friday 28


Saturday 29 Sunday 30

5:00 CGTN English News 5:00 Cycling: UCI BMX World 5:15 NHK World English News Championships *Live* 5:30 Worldwatch – Deutsche 8:00 Worldwatch – Italian News Welle News 6:00 France 24 News 8:10 Filipino News 8:40 French 6:30 Al Jazeera 7:30 Italian News News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 8:10 Worldwatch Continues Worldwatch Continues 1:00 Speedweek 2:00 Nobel Peace Prize Concert 3:00 The Bowls Show 2016 4:00 Athletics: Marathon De 3:00 Years Of Living Paris 2017 Dangerously (PG) 5:00 Small Business Secrets 5:00 Heston's In Search Of Per5:30 The Day Hitler Died (PG) fection 6:30 SBS World News 5:30 Letters And Numbers 7:30 Garden of Eden (PG) 6:00 River Cottage Australia 8:30 You Are Here 6:30 SBS World News 9:45 Ivanka Trump: America's 7:30 Michael Mosleyʼs Meet The Real First Lady? Humans: Competitive Streak 10:50 Inside World War II (M v) 8:30 24 Hours In Emergency: 11:45 Frontal With Samantha Bee Time Of Our Lives 12:15 Black Panther Woman (M l) 9:30 Mutiny 1:15 Movie: “Like Chef, Like God” 10:25 SBS World News (PG) (ʻ04) Stars: Yorgos Nakos 10:55 Trepalium (M l) (In French) (In Greek) 12:00 The Five (M v) 3:00 Knights: The Last Of Their 1:55 Rectify (PG) Kind (M v) 3:30 David Rocco's Getaway

6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 12:00 1:00 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 6:00 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:30 1:30 2:30 4:30

Entertainment Tonight [s] Family Feud [s] WINʼs All Australian News [s] Bold And The Beautiful (PG) Studio 10 (PG) [s] Dr Phil (PG) [s] Program To Be Advised Entertainment Tonight [s] Benʼs Menu [s] Judge Judy (PG) [s] Alive And Cooking [s] Everyday Gourmet [s] Bold And The Beautiful (PG) TEN Eyewitness News [s] WIN News [s] The Project [s] The Bachelor Australia (PG) Common Sense (M) [s] Law & Order: SVU (M) [s] Blue Bloods (M) [s] WINʼs All Australian News [s] The Project [s] The Late Show PG) [s] Home Shopping CBS - This Morning

5:00 CGTN English News 5:00 CGTN English News 5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:30 Worldwatch – Deutsche 5:30 Worldwatch 5:30 Worldwatch Welle News 6:00 France 24 News 1:00 PBS Newshour 1:00 PBS Newshour 6:30 Worldwatch Continues 2:00 Poh's Kitchen 2:00 Raising The Curtain (PG) 1:00 PBS Newshour 3:00 Nigellissima 3:00 The Little Paris Kitchen 2:00 Who Do You Think You 3:30 Lygon Street: Si Parla Italiano 3:30 10 Million Pound Challenge Are?: Brian Blessed 4:30 Secrets of the Aristocracy: 4:30 Leap Of The Lynx 3:05 Dateline: Water Wars Cash For Class (PG) 5:30 Letters And Numbers 3:30 Insight: Coming Home 5:30 Letters And Numbers 6:00 River Cottage Australia 4:30 Wild Germany (PG) 6:00 River Cottage Australia 6:30 SBS World News 5:30 Letters And Numbers 6:30 SBS World News 7:30 Michael Mosley: Queen 6:00 River Cottage Australia 7:30 Great British Railway Victoriaʼs Slum: The Fledgling 6:30 SBS World News Journeys: Llanberis To Holyhead Welfare System 7:30 Inside: Houses Of Parliament 8:05 Gourmet Farmer 8:30 Insight: Coming Home 8:30 The Good Fight 8:35 Global Junk Food 9:30 Dateline: Water Wars 10:30 SBS World News 8:30 Versailles: Quis Custodiet 10:00 SBS World News 11:00 Movie: “Food And Shelter” Ipsos Custodes? (M l) 10:30 The Missing (M) (ʼ15) Stars: Natalia de Molina 10:40 Outlander: 12:50 Movie: “Viva Riva” (MA15+) (In Spanish) Not In Scotland Anymore (ʻ10) (In French) 2:35 Movie: “White Night Wedding” 2:20 Movie: “On Tour” (M l,n,s) 11:45 SBS World News (M l,n,s) (ʻ08) Stars: Hilmir Snær (ʻ10) Stars: Miranda Colclasure 12:20 Movie: “Little White Lies” (In Icelandic) (In French) (MA15+) (ʻ10) Stars: Marion 4:25 Food Loversʼ Guide To 4:45 Death Row: Blaine Milam / Cotillard (In French) Australia Robert Fratta (M) 3:00 One Born Every Minute (M) 12359357-RC30-17

Skin of our teeth productions proudly presents

40th Anniversary of

Saturday Night Fever Sunday 03 September b h

Adapted from E.M. Forster novel Directed by Christine Davey

August 11th - 26th Shenton Theatre Cnr Ryrie & Garden St Geelong


18 GEELONG INDY Friday, 28 July, 2017


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© Introspective Bear,

2002, from Diary of a Womba P bli h d

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By Mandy Oakham Time is running out to catch the mega successful, local production of Oliver at GPAC. If you want to consider yourself a member of the adoring crowds who have already enjoyed this show which delivers a twist on this much-loved classic, then you will have to catch the last shows this Friday night, Saturday matinee or Saturday night. Geelong people have been asking for more of this big and bold production with more than 6000 people seeing the musical so far in the past two weeks. A cast of 84 fill the stage at the Geelong Performing Arts Centre, recreating Charles Dickens’ classic story of cast-away orphan Oliver Twist and his struggles to find some “Food Glorious Food”, as well as his place in the world. “The response from Geelong has been absolutely mind blowing, and it has has been an absolute honour to be staging Geelong’s largest musical in years,” managing director David Greenwood said. “We wanted to take the whole production to a whole new level while still delivering the old favourite songs and script that people know and love. “We tried to create something new with a revolving stage which allowed us to create real differences between night and day, as well as new, vibrant costumes which have been completely reimagined by Maxine Urquhart .” The first two weeks of performances have been hailed by Stage Whisper and Geelong Entertainment (Theatre Critics) as “picturesque”, even down to the foggy street scenes and midnight smells of London. Mr Greenwood said that the amazing generosity of Geelong audiences would have long term impact on growing the local arts community.

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PICK OF THE SHOW: Local school teacher Brad Beals stars as the light-fingered Fagan. 170911 “We have decided that we want to give back to the community, and we will be turning the profits of this production back into the arts community by giving scholarships to local school students,” he said. CenterStage Geelong was recently named the largest amateur theatre company in Australia, and has its eyes firmly set on the next milestone of taking their first show on tour with a possible performance at Her Majesty’s Theatre Melbourne. Oliver is onstage until 29 July at the Geelong Performing Arts Centre. Tickets are still available via or 52251200.


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TODAY SALE - Grovedale Uniting Care book sale 10am-2pm at corner Torquay and Reserve roads, Grovedale. COUNTRY - Bellarine Country Music Group presents Robyn Gleeson 6pm at Belmont Pavilion, 162 Barrabool Road, Belmont. Inquiries:

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Leopold Sportsmans Club has a full menu of events and dining options including the ever rotating specials boards featuring up to 15 additional meal options on top of the a la carte menu. Some of the current specials are King Pork Cutlet, Kangaroo Fillet and Chicken Scaloppini. Club manager Ray McPhee said that Leopold Sportsmans Club had a range of specials. The Monday to Saturday lunch menu offers specials from $12.50 while bar meals are $12.50 and kids meals now $8 and $10 options. Sunday lunch features a two-course roast for $17 or three courses for $19. And the kids are not overlooked with an indoor and outdoor play area. “With the completion of our synthetic green

we now offer barefoot bowls any time of year for just $10 a person including all equipment, tutorial and two hours of fun,” Ray said. Bookings are available by contacting Nicole at or on 5250 2250. Leopold Sportsman’s Club also has a courtesy bus running between 5pm and 8pm Tuesdays to Thursdays and 5pm until late Fridays and Saturdays. Leopold Sportsman’s Club is open seven days a week with lunch from noon to 2pm and dinner from 6pm to 8pm at 135 Kensington Road, Leopold. Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.

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Image of health There is good news, and there is more good news from Barwon Medical Imaging. The service is now boasting the arrival of not one but two of the world’s best MRI scanners. And the scanners are definitely the newest of their kind in the Geelong region. And the good news continues with the service announcing an expansion of its ultrasound services. Building work is due to begin next year on a new ultrasound department which will improve capacity and reduce waiting lists. BMI already offers bulk billing on all services provided they are Medicare reimbursable. BMI Operations Manager Jeff Umbers is clear that the aim of the service is to offer equitable access to everyone in the community. “We want people to know about the services that we can offer here and certainly we want them to know where we are offering a more affordable

alternative for them,” Jeff says. “We provide world class services to the Barwon region. We specialise in the application of medical imaging in both diagnosis and treatment to improve outcomes for all.” Those services include X-rays, ultra sounds, mammography, nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging. BMI also has a strong commitment to teaching and research. “We focus on providing the best possible experience by ensuring the right imaging service, at the right time, to the right people. “We prioritise by clinical urgency, while ensuring we provide a high quality imaging service for all in the community,” Jeff says. “We are continuously evolving our service and innovating to meet new demands, technologies and the changes in healthcare and in our community.”

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The world of beauty therapy is dominated by the three Rs - relaxation, rejuvenation and restoration. Lesley Windsor, the owner of new salon Shimmer with Beauty and Healing, promises that she will deliver all three to her clients. Lesley took over the salon at the corner of Shannon Avenue and Church Street, Hamlyn Heights, in August last year and offers her clients the very latest developments in facials, massages and other healing therapies. With more than 20 years of experience in the beauty industry, Lesley has also added further qualifications as a fully qualified Reiki therapist and she is also a fully accredited yoga teacher. Lesley offers completely chemical-free, ethical treatments which will bring a smile of the faces of all vegans and animal lovers. As well as organic and vegan facials and spray tans, clients can also book in for the ultimate in facial rejuvenation , macro exfoliation. “I want people to be reassured that when they come into my salon they will be offered only best practice in my techniques and methods, but it will also be ethical practice, that is, no nasty chemicals or animal cruelty,” Lesley says. “I am always being told by clients how relaxing the salon feels when they first walk in and I want it to have that warm and inviting feeling, just like an intimate boutique. “I don’t want people to feel they are part of some big production line.” One of Lesley’s most intriguing therapies has its origins in India and uses a specially made bronze wand to fully re-energise and balance the body. Lesley is available on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and she can be contacted on 0414 551 848 to make appointments for other times.

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MAZDA CX5 Maxx 2012, in good condition, keyless start, AWD automatic transmission, USB, AUX, Bluetooth, remote central locking, brake assist, reverse camera, cruise control, tow bar, full log service book, two spare keys. $18,990. rego 21/11/2017, RWC. Phone: 0470 048 891

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ROADSTAR 18ft Caravan 1989. Spacious interior with excellent condition 'Slumberworld' double bed. Single child's bed, converts from the lounge and a child's double bed, converts from the dining table. Floor fitted with easy clean carpet in 2016. Fridge, microwave, oven, heater and air con, all in good working order. Tows great, all lights work and in roadworthy condition. Reg (X43-911) until 7/8/2017. Any questions or inspections welcome. $12,000 negotiable. Phone: 0437 003 270.

TOYOTA Hiace Pop Up Top Campervan 1985. 4cyl diesel, automatic transmission, pop up roof sleeps two with awning, engine reconditioned at 212,000 kms, cost approx $6000 and transmission rebuilt by Toyota cost $5000. full service history by various Toyota dealers, very reliable vehicle, bull and nudge bars front and back, comes with microwave oven, fridge and all camper necessities, registration (WNY-753). $12,500. Phone: 0481 226 618.


JAYCO DISCOVERY 2012. 15.48 single axle. Excellent condition, very clean, hardly used. Comes with rev A/C, raised fridge 3 way gas/elec 12 Volt. 3 gas hot plates and 1 elec cooktop, microwave, 12/240 TV, gas elec hot water service, ext shower hot & cold, deep cycle battery pack, twin lift up beds, storage & lockable safe, outside lockable table, rollout awning, lockable front boot, all options factory fitted. Hayman Reece towing gear, porta pottie, pole carrier, 2 gas bottles & TV antenna. Reg (U99-676). $26,000. Phone: 0447 531 618.

JAYCO 1996 Westport Caravan. Complete with double bed linen, saucepans, plates, radio, 2 gas bottles, level riders, towing mirrors, power leads, TV antenna, porta potty, microwave, full sized oven, 2 way fridge and air conditioning, registration until August 2018. Also has full annex and complete caravan cover. Everything included for your first adventure. $18,000 neg. Phone: 0408 557 914.

section of Network Classifieds. EZYTRAIL Camper Trailer. New, never been used. Injured shoulder after purchase so have not used it. It has a double bed mattress, hard floor, opens easily, has a battery and a spare tyre. Easy to tow. $15,000.neg. Phone: 0408 599 578.

JAYCO 2014 Starcraft 19' 6" Caravan. In immaculate condition, queen bed, full ensuite, seperate shower and toilet, always garaged, lucky to have done 4000kms, solar power, 4 seasons hatch over bed, plenty of storage, registered until December 2017. $42,000 neg. Phone: 0428 520 477

WINDSOR Streamline 2002 good condition. 17' 6" sleeps 2 plus 2 kids, seats 4. Microwave, cook top, oven (never used) 3 way fridge, TV, aircon, new tyres, pull out awning, excellent condition. Registration (P67 -629). Many accessories also available. Stored permanently under cover. $18,000. Phone: 0429 303 083.

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Brett Turley and his team understand that cars and their owners are individual with varying requirements. “We genuinely care about you and your vehicle,” Brett said. “We offer a comprehensive range of motor mechanic services in our bright Geelong workshop and pride ourselves on our personalised service. “We take the time and effort to get to know you, our customer, as well as your car. “We are renowned for our fussiness and attention to detail, and that’s exactly how we like it.” BJT Automotive is a dealership alternative offering a high level of service at a competitive price, using only quality parts and maintaining new car warranties. Services include log book servicing, fleet servicing, maintenance and management, mechanical repairs, 4WD and light commercial vehicle servicing and repairs, pre-purchase car inspections, roadworthy certificates, steering and suspension repairs and brake and clutch repairs. “To ensure BJT Automotive’s mechanical services in Geelong are cutting edge and up to date we are constantly refreshing and improving our mechanics’ skills and knowledge,” Brett adds. “If you are about to buy or sell a car, talk to us first. We are VicRoads roadworthy testers, able to issue roadworthy certificates and offer comprehensive pre-purchase car inspections.” BJT Automotive services Holden, Toyota, Ford, Mazda, Subaru, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Honda, Hyundai, Kia and Suzuki vehicles. BJT Automotive operates from 8am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday at 8 Maxwell Avenue, Belmont. For more information phone 5244 3337.

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413 Moorabool St, Geelong P. 5229 3884 Manager Sam Martin and the staff at Darby’s Paints.

Darby’s Paints team keeps your gear gleaming Darby’s Paints offer DIY and automotive enthusiasts solutions to obtain professional finishes with their large range of professional products. The qualified and expert team at Darby’s Paints deal with the professionals in panel shops and engineering manufacturers around Victoria on a daily basis. So they know what the pros prefer and can offer the same expert advice to everyone who wants their pride and joy at its gleaming best. Sales manager Anthony Spanninga says Darby’s Paints’ three stores service hundreds of panel shops right across Victoria, ensuring they are upto-date with the latest and best products. Among the leading brands supplied by Darby’s Paints is Glasurit, the ultimate premium paint product with technology ahead of the rest. Darby’s also supplies Baslac, a top quality product suitable for smaller panel shops, CTS, Commercial Transport Solution for industrial, commercial and agricultural uses. HB Body, directly imported by Darby’s providing cost effective DIY and professional products. With DNA ‘genetically modified paints’ in virtual chromes, colour shifting paints and easy to apply basecoat candies specialty paint jobs are easily accomplished. There’s also the Por15 rust preventative range, claiming to be the only product that really stops rust permanently. There’s an array of professional standard panel-beating equipment and restoration products, sprayguns and airbrushes as well. Servicing Geelong for more than 33 years, Darby’s Paints is locally owned and operated. The team takes pride in providing a quality service, using its knowledge and experience to help clients choose the right products to get their vehicles looking brand-new again, according to manager Sam Martin. Darby’s Paints is at 413 Moorabool Street, Geelong, opposite Kardinia Park, look for “Chester” out front. For more information call 5229 3884.


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BLUES DAY: Zac Tuohy at training with teammates in Geelong. (Rebecca Hosking)

Cats’ recruit Tuohy lines up in clash against Blues By Justin Flynn Geelong recruit Zach Tuohy will line up against his old side Carlton when the two sides clash at Etihad Stadium tomorrow night. Tuohy has been a revelation for the Cats this season, averaging 25 disposals per game. “Zach’s had a great year, he’s been really important for us,” coach Chris Scott yesterday. “We’re certainly a better team for having Zach in the 22.” Geelong was soundly beaten by Adelaide in the last round and Scott said the final margin of 21 points “flattered” his side. The Cats retained second spot on the ladder, half a game clear of GWS and Richmond and six points clear of Port Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne. The 16th-placed Blues have been better than their five wins suggest although without midfield duo Patrick Cripps and Ed Curnow they have stalled in recent weeks, which culminated with a 30-point loss to bottom side Brisbane last Sunday. Still, Scott is not banking the four points from this clash just yet. “Carlton presents some challenges on that front,” he said. Scott said Harry Taylor will continue to drift between attack and defence for the rest of the season, depending on match ups. Taylor booted five goals last weekend. “We anticipate him playing both ends of the ground depending on the circumstances,” he said.

“Five in a half last week was a pretty good effort when we were struggling to score.” Tom Hawkins’ form has been down of late, but Scott backed his spearhead to regain form. Hawkins has 37 goals this season “We’re really optimistic that he’s going to play a big part in the rest of our season,” he said. “We acknowledge the fact that we need him to be.” Carlton ruckman Matthew Kreuzer looms as a major headache for Scott. The injury prone big man is enjoying his best season and has rocketed into All Australian calculations. An ankle injury to Mark Blicavs, which will see him sidelined for at least the next few weeks, means Kreuzer could dominate although Scott said Blicavs’ role this year was more of a swingman rather than a straight ruckman. The Blues will need more from Bryce Gibbs who gathered just eight disposals last week after being tagged by Tom Rockliff. With the absence of young gun Cripps, Gibbs, Marc Murphy and former Adelaide player Matthew Wright they need to get plenty of the ball to get Carlton anywhere near victory. The Cats should win comfortably with more midfield class thanks to Patrick Dangerfield, Joel Selwood and Mitch Duncan, who welcomed the birth of his first child this week with partner Demi. Geelong by 45 points.

FORWARD THINKING: Harry Taylor seems happy enough to play swingman despite making his name in defence. (Lousia Jones)

Wintery conditions slowed anglers down over the past week, but those who braved the elements found the fish more than willing to have a chew. Sheltered locations around Corio Bay again hosted some superb angling on soft plastics cast hard up against structure in deep water. Three-inch Gulp minnows worked well on 1/8oz jig heads and allowed to fall to the bottom before a slow retrieve. Pinkie snapper, flathead and Australian salmon all snapped up soft plastics around the bayfront. Anglers who cast out bait from the rocks at St Helens or Limeburners Point continued to catch garfish, while fishing bluebait on the bottom caught pinkies and flathead to 45cm. Keen anglers prepared to put in long, cold hours snagged the odd winter snapper to 6kg. The outer-harbour fished well for squid when calmer weather returned. Drifting in 3m to 4m over weed beds with size-three jigs suspended just above the bottom produced excellent results. St Leonards still gave anglers the opportunity to tangle with a few King George whiting. Pippie and tenderised squid were the baits of choice, with whiting to just over 40cm taken. Fishing at sunrise or sunset helped angler’s boat better numbers of fish. Queenscliff Harbour was a hot spot for squid, again with some shelter from the strong winds. The trick to getting numbers of squid was to fish the slack tides. Spinning from beaches along the Surf Coast provided the hottest fishing. Casting lures on a rising tide resulted in outstanding numbers of salmon to 2.5kg. Bream to 45cm still took baits along the numerous Surf Coast estuary systems but proved fickle at times. Portland remained the ideal location for southern bluefin tuna, with school-sized fish taken on the troll with skirted lures. Freshwater fishos enjoyed the action down west, with Lakes Bolac and Tooliorook and Deep Lake all giving rainbow trout to 1.5kg for anglers casting shallowdiving hard bodies or fishing Powerbait on running sinker rigs. The Barwon River around Queen’s Park was another location for a quick fish out of the weather. Pest species carp to 8kg were a target for anglers fishing corn kernels on light running sinker rigs. Next week’s forecast north winds should be excellent for surf fishing, either casting lures or soaking pilchards at Bancoora or Jan Juc beaches on run-in tides. Drifting for squid over shallow grass beds in the outerharbour could also be worth the time, while freshwater options extend to Stony Creek Reservoir’s brown trout to 1kg on spoontype lures.

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Geelong Indy - 28th July 2017  
Geelong Indy - 28th July 2017