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Death row dog A Cranbourne East family has won a two-month fight to free its impounded dog Sophie after Casey Council dramatically dropped allegations that the dog had killed neighbouring sheep. The eight-year-old rottweiler, hobbled by a damaged hip, joyfully reunited with Allan and Angela Duffield and their six children after spending weeks on potential death row. Casey Council had alleged that Sophie - along with another dog that has not been since caught - had fatally attacked two sheep and seriously injured others in a nearby paddock in Collison Road on 23 July. After those charges were dropped, Mr Duffield was left to face minor charges of owning a dog at-large and registration offences. The saga had dragged out despite the Duffields insisting on their dog’s innocence, defence lawyer Michael Faltermaier told Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on 28 September. Sophie should have been released on the day and the Duffields served with a penalty notice, he said. She wasn’t freed until 21 September after Mr Faltermaier had requested Casey to produce its evidence. “There was no evidence that Sophie was involved in (the attacks) any way,” Mr Faltermaier said. “The (pound) fees (of $2482.70) were then waived, but the dog was held for almost two months.” It had caused great distress to Sophie and her family, who had been denied visitation rights during her “solitary confinement”, he said. “We shouldn’t have been here today. It could have been covered with a penalty notice.” Sophie had escaped not due to the family’s fault, but when a tree crashed onto the backyard’s fence during a storm the night on 22 July. She was found on the neighbouring sheep property and impounded the next day. Magistrate Barry Schultz said that he accepted the council had “acted as it did” due to the seri-

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of the pound fees.” Ms Bell said the council and its Lost Dogs Home-run pound had a non-visitation policy for animals seized by Casey. “This is due to a number of incidents of seized animals being forcefully removed by owners, putting pound staff and animal safety at risk.” Outside the court, Mr Faltermaier - a self-described “dog lawyer” - says protracted cases such as Sophie’s were not the exception. In some cases, dogs had been needlessly de-

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Jailed over home invasion By Cam Lucadou-Wells Two home-invaders involved in a violent ransacking of a man in his own home have been jailed for a minimum of two-and-a-half years. Jesse Pellow, 26, and Tegan Sampson, 22, of Berwick, were in a gang of four who forced their way in as the occupant opened the front door about 1.30am on 16 November. After the attack, the man drove himself to Cranbourne police station and was treated at Dandenong Hospital for bruising to his head and cuts inside his mouth. County Court of Victoria judge Lisa Hannan stated the man described an “emotional toll” due to being assaulted in his own home. He’d been wracked by anxiety, hypervigilance, insomnia and nightmares. His faith in humanity was “shattered”. “You showed absolutely no regard for the victim’s welfare,” Judge Hannan told the co-accused. “We’re all entitled to feel safe in our own

homes, and you seriously compromised the victim’s rights in that regard.” The day before the attack, Sampson had texted the man for money. The man, who was an associate, told her he only had $150. Late that night, he took a call from Sampson who said she was at his house. He saw her outside and opened the door in the belief she was on her own. Once the group forced their way inside, Pellow and an unknown male punched the victim in the face. “We don’t want any trouble,” Sampson said. “We just want the money.” The victim was followed upstairs by an unknown female wielding a stick or baton as he retrieved $150 cash. Pellow meanwhile stole three mobile phones, a computer, a wallet with cards, and a set of keys. He demanded the victim tell him the PINs for the credit cards - from which $2485 was with-

drawn by Pellow in multiple transactions on CCTV. As the group left the house, the unknown female struck the victim with the wooden weapon. They drove off in a $28,000 Holden stolen by Pellow from his cousin and partner, where he’d been staying in Warragul. He demanded $2000 to return the vehicle, which was rebuffed. The vehicle has not been since recovered. Pellow then used credit cards stolen from his cousin and partner to withdraw more than $2100. The thefts had been a serious abuse of the relative’s trust and generosity, Judge Hannan said. When arrested, both offenders gave no-comment interviews to police. Sampson was also charged with ice possession and kicking a police officer while in custody, causing the officer to fall backwards. She was at the time at the start of an 18-month community corrections order for offences including burglary, theft, criminal damage and dealing

with proceeds of crime. However, her parents and a psychologist observed her dramatic improvement in recent months, including giving up ice. Her prospects for rehabilitation were largely dependent on remaining drug-free, Judge Hannan said. Pellow had been previously convicted and jailed for recklessly causing injury during a “glassing” at a hotel as well as a variety of driving, drug and “street” offences. Judge Hannan said it was still in the interest of the community that Pellow, as a relatively young man, could be rehabilitated. “That’s the best protection for the community from your offending in the future.” Pellow was jailed for up to 49 months, including a 30-month non-parole period. He had already served 307 days in remand. Sampson was jailed for 43 months, including a 30-month non-parole period. She had served 55 days in remand.

Scoreboard tally exceeds 500 By Cam Lucadou-Wells A whopping 173 drivers were caught speeding in Melbourne’s South-East during the Grand Final weekend traffic blitz, Operation Scoreboard. Inspector Alison Crombie, who oversees the Southern Metropolitan policing area, was particularly “horrified” by the 142 motorists detected speeding between 10-25 km/h over the limit. Ten drivers broke the speed limit by more than 25 km/h. “It is also disappointing to see the number of unregistered vehicles on our roads (46 during the operation),” Insp Crombie said. “Vehicles require registration for a reason, and one of the reasons is to keep all road users safe.” Overall, drivers were booked with 517 offences across 29 September-1 October in Greater Dandenong, Casey and Cardinia. During the operation, 13,730 breath tests were conducted, with 22 drink-drivers charged as well as three who refused breath tests. Fifty-seven failed pre-oral and oral fluid tests for drugs. Insp Crombie said that ice-affected drivers were becoming a bigger issue than alcohol. They drive aggressively and are more prone to take risks, she said. “They think they’re invincible. “But it only takes an error of judgement or a lapse of concentration and you could cause a collision.” There were also 29 disqualified drivers and 22 unlicensed drivers intercepted. Highway Patrol police have had a particularly heavy presence to curb the alarming state-highest death toll in the South-East region - 21 so far this year. Most of the fatal crashes are attributed to risktaking driver behaviour, which is sadly avoidable. Paradoxically, reported collisions are, however, down. The spate of speeding has also been seen during Operation Visible, which has targeted peak-time drivers on the Monash Freeway since July. Fifty-eight lead-foot drivers - again mainly exceeding by 10-25km/h - have been booked. Overall 108 offences have been detected. Insp Crombie said the overt operation was partly about police being seen by large volumes

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“But there’s also a lot of people who don’t have any concept that they’re following too closely behind another car.” “I think the majority of people are doing the right thing, but I think there’s a minority of people who don’t pay heed to warnings.”

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Nan’s bomb scare shock By Brendan Rees

When 83-year-old Doreen Storti decided to hand in some of her late husband’s old explosives to Cranbourne Police Station, little did she expect “all hell to break loose.” Mrs Storti had been going through her garden shed, when she found a couple of boxes of detonators and 18 sticks of gelignite that her late husband had used in the mining industry, as a registered powder monkey. Not knowing what to do with it, Mrs Storti said she thought “the best thing to do was to” was to hand it in to a police station. “It was all safe because it was all packed in sawdust so that it wouldn’t sweat. It was perfectly safe. We weren’t banging it or crashing it,” Mrs Storti said. But when she walked into Cranbourne Police station on Wednesday 27 September at 11am with the help of her son-in-law and daughter to dispose of the old explosives, Mrs Storti said an evacuation was called. “What happened was the police station was chock-a-block full of people and we couldn’t get any service,” she said. “We went outside the police station and my son-in law rang the Cranbourne police station but they wouldn’t answer the phone so it got diverted to triple-zero and that’s how it all went haywire because it got diverted to the Federal Police and Bomb Squad. She said it “didn’t twig at all” that she may have been perceived to be a terrorist, adding “We’re just country bumpkins.” “I’m an 83 year-old grandmother. I’m hardly a terrorist. I wouldn’t hurt a fly. We thought we were doing the right thing. We didn’t know what else to do with it and all hell broke loose.“ “Out came the blue tapes and the police closed the station for about three or four hours. And I thought oh goodness, there’s no need for all this. “They just thought ‘Holy mackerel we’re all going to blow up.’ It was really

quite funny. They saw the funny side of it in the end.” “We didn’t know what to do with this stuff. We had to obviously get rid of it I had it in my house for 40 years so I knew it was completely safe.” “If it was unsafe it would’ve blown up my house. When it sweats it becomes a bit dangerous. I never touched it. It was in that spot and the kids knew not to touch it. We never had a problem with it.“ Mrs Storti said her late husband Dick Storti, worked in the Wonthaggi coal mines and had an explosives licence. Mr Storti was employed at Glen Forbes where he assisted in road widening. “Dick used to go and blow the rocks out. Everybody was out. The roads were closed while they were blowing. The grader would come and push the rocks over the side. “He was working in 18 inches of coal and he used to lay on his shoulder and shovel the coal. That was good money. That’s what he was after.” Mr Storti also worked on the Snowy Mountains Scheme. After the Cranbourne Police ordeal, Mrs Storti said the matter was “very funny” and her late husband “would’ve had a laugh from heaven.” “But they (police) were fantastic - once they knew that we weren’t terrorists, we weren’t there to hurt them. We just wanted to get rid of this stuff.” Mrs Storti said police inspected her property and “were quite happy there was no more there.” “Not that we had anything to hide,“ she said. “It was all under lock and key, so they were impressed by that. They wanted to come in and inspect where I had it stacked.” Police advised members of the public who wished to hand in such items to contact them before attempting to move any old or unused explosives.

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Dave Coppin is set to add a few more priceless items to his Tigers Picture: CAM LUCADOU-WELLS collection. 172811 Darryl Johanning, who had missed the preliminary final due to a footy trip in Tassie, snared the hardest ticket in town - a Grand Final seat at the MCG. With the help of business contacts, he found a $500 ticket to witness history. “What a great day! It was a bit nervewracking still at half time. “But at the 15-20 minute mark of the last quarter, it was all over. “We were all hugging blokes you don’t even know.” After partying into the night, Mr Johanning then woke up. And it was his birthday. “We went out for lunch and then I made sure I watched the replay with some mates that afternoon. “I’ve watched it three times now.” Mr Johanning said he’d never thought he’d see another Richmond premiership. “Now I just want to get another one!”

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Though by that last event, Mr Coppin was exhausted, and no longer up for drinking. And the next day, he fronted back at work, still basking in the glory. In the meantime, he’s hunted some priceless Grand Final items to his vast Tigers memorabilia, including a premiership banner and jumper as well as WEG and Mark Knight souvenir posters. The most treasured is a replica premiership medal presented by club legend Matthew Richardson, as well as being singled out for thanks by fullforward Jack Riewoldt. It was fitting reward for Mr Coppin’s loyal support, including the dark times in the late 1980s and early 1990s when he rattled tins to save the club from bankruptcy. Now it’s possible that Richmond will sign up 100,000 members next year, dwarfing the AFL’s other largest clubs, he said. “It’s all worth it.”

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Socially speaking On Wednesday 27 September the Cranbourne-Berwick News Facebook Page shared a story of police investigating a firearms incident which occurred in Cranbourne North on Tuesday 26 September. Officers were called to an address in Josephine Avenue about 11.10pm, after reports that shots had been fired into a premises. Fortunately no-one was injured during the incident. A ballistics expert will examine the damage to the home. The story brought forward some strong opinions from readers and here is how they reacted online. Allan Harper: It’s not called crimebourne for nothing. Fran Tomkins: Chopper buzzing around last

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Casey Highway Patrol had a busy 30-minute period on Grand Final day, Saturday 30 September, with two drivers keen to attract their attention. At 7.50pm a 19-year-old Narre Warren man was caught driving at 114km/h in an 80km/h section of the Princes Highway. The P1 driver was intercepted and lost his licence for a month as well as receiving a penalty notice for $515 and losing four demerit points. At 8.20pm the same crew observed a Ford Territory fishtail on the Princes Highway at Hallam. The Ford was followed and then clocked at 74km/h in a 50km/h zone. Police intercepted the car and spoke to the 21-year-old P2 driver from Murrumbeena. He was given a preliminary breath test and was required to undergo an evidentiary test at the station. He returned an alleged reading of 0.066 and is expected to be summonsed for drink driving and numerous other traffic offences. The intercepts formed part of Operation Scoreboard, a state-wide focus on road user behaviour targeting speed, driver distraction, seatbelt noncompliance, fatigue and drink and drug driving in an effort to reduce road trauma.


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Brock memorabilia on show sprung to mind was Brock’s Austin A40, EH Holden and famous 05 racing Commodore, as well as rare Cadillacs and Dodges. Mr Bolis himself collects striking classic cars, such as a short-deck-tailed 1961 Cadillac de Ville. He bought it from the original owner in California three years ago. Though less luxurious than the Cadillac El Dorado, the car would have originally sold for close to the cost of a house, he says. Its extravagance was emblematic of the post-World War II boom and became a status symbol. Its awkwardly large turning circle and immense length makes it difficult for suburban outings but it still handles the corners during a Dandenong Ranges cruise. Also on display is a twotoned 1949 Pontiac with a fivelitre Chevrolet motor and smart chrome bonnet emblem that looks just like the original. It’s owned by Akoonah Park Men’s Shed member Len Vidler. Another is the bold, red 1965 Mustang coupe with red leather cabin and seats owned by Maurice Hall. Classics In the Park is at Akoonah Park on Sunday, 29 October, 8am-2pm. Entry: $5 adults, $10 show cars, children under 16 free. It is sponsored by Neilson Partners First National Real Estate. Details: Nick Bolis 0417 500 198 or facebook.com/ Akoonahparkmensshed

By Cam Lucadou-Wells Motorsport legend Peter Brock’s first racing car was an open cabin “paddock basher” without brakes, his last was a 1948 Holden ‘Humpy’. Unbelievably for Brock fans, both will be together on public display with up to 400 other stunning exhibits at a custom vehicle show at Akoonah Park Men’s Shed. Both cars will be loaned from the same anonymous collector, who keeps them and other Brock memorabilia in a private museum. The paddock basher is a 1938 Austin 7 that Brock used to race like a go-kart on his family farm and the back roads of Hurstbridge. Being without brakes, Brock would throw the car into a slide to stop it. The other specimen is a Holden 48/215, modified for Brock’s final track race in Greenwood, UK, before he fatally crashed in a car rally in Western Australia in 2006. It still sports the famous 05 decals. Brock stands in a realm of his own as an Australian racing car driver, who won the Bathurst 1000 nine times. He’ll remain as one of Australia’s folklore heroes, show organiser Nick Bolis said. “These cars don’t go out on display but they’ve been kindly lent to us for the day. “We are so privileged to have these.” Mr Bolis said the collector had a jaw-dropping set of racing and classic cars. Some that

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in Australia. When asked what he liked about the country, he said: “Pretty much everything.” Tina Bradshaw, marketing officer at Federation University, said the campus was set to take international students into its business, nursing, psychology, IT, engineering and education courses for the first time in 2018. The university competes for international students not only with other Australian campuses, but institutions in Europe and the US. They are an important sector for every university these days. “It’s competitive,” Ms Bradshaw said. “It’s a world market.”

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Wrong way car thief says ‘not that bad’ A Narre Warren serial burglar has told police that driving the wrong way at a fast speed and into head-on traffic on Peninsula Link was “not that bad”. Benjamin Delphin placed other drivers at serious risk, forcing them to take “urgent evasive action” to avoid him in the stolen silver Suburu Impreza on 9 January, police told Dandenong Magistrates’ Court on 2 October. The Impreza, which had been stolen from a Cranbourne home earlier that day, was found burnt out in Berwick on 10 January. During a police interview, Delphin denied stealing the car. He said he’d been given the keys by a younger relative. The driving was “reckless at times but not that bad”, he told police. He also pleaded guilty to stealing an Endeavour Hills man’s four-wheel-drive with a trailer. Using credit cards stolen from the victim’s wallet, Delphin and two other males bought more than $500 of items from four servos in Pakenham

and Berwick, as well as food from McDonald’s in Berwick that morning. The vehicle was later found burnt-out in Homestead Road, Berwick. The trailer and wallet have not been recovered. Delphin was also charged over successive commercial break-ins, starting with a servo in Narre Warren South on 11 January. About 3.15am, he reversed a Nissan Skyline against the front door bollards and smashed his way through the glass doors with metal bolt-cutters. He was unable to break his way into a locked cigarette cabinet, but stole a blue, plastic fuel tank meter. Ten minutes later, Delphin and a co-accused male successfully smashed into a Narre Warren South supermarket and into its cigarette cabinet, stealing $2500 of cigarettes and other items. That day, the pair was arrested and cigarettes were seized during a police raid of a Narre Warren house. Most of the stolen cigarettes weren’t recovered, the court heard. Delphin told police he was drug-fuelled at the time, steal-

ing cigarettes to get more drugs. He also pleaded guilty to unlicensed driving, driving an unregistered vehicle, a petrol drive-off as well as two shoplifting episodes at Target stores. In the latter offences, he shoved $2000 worth of iPads, headphones and a speaker down his pants. The court heard that Delphin’s parents had both abused drugs and served jail terms as he grew up. He’d also suffered significant family violence at a young age, started using drugs at 13 and had spent time in custody as a child and adult. Delphin had only experienced family support recently, through the family of his partner, a defence lawyer said. He had been released from jail without parole mid last year, and had never been given the chance of trying a supervisory order, the lawyer said. Magistrate Pauline Spencer said she was considering whether to jail Delphin for longer than the six months he’d already spent in remand. His jail term was to be followed by a community corrections order, Ms Spencer said.

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Ablett’s life testimony By Cam Lucadou-Wells Nathan Ablett doesn’t get too carried away with being part of footballing folklore. Four days after Richmond’s euphoric AFL Grand Final, the former Geelong and Gold Coast forward still hasn’t watched the match. A laconic Mr Ablett - who has lived in the shadow of his famed father Gary and brother Gary Junior - is set to reveal his personal life journey at a meeting at the evangelical Catch the Fire Ministries church in Hallam. Now living in Cranbourne and a member of the church, he says he has no set agenda, but just to give a testimony and respond to questions from the floor. “I believe everyone can have their own opinions, but what better opinion than the one who created this. “That’s where I get my right and wrong.” He said he’d moved out this side of town to play with Warragul Football Club. It had given him the chance to be close to many cousins and relatives, such as his uncle, footballer and Casey councillor Geoff Ablett. He wasn’t sure if he’ll soon be reunited with brother Gary Jr, who is speculated to be leaving the Gold Coast Suns for Victoria. Looking back, Mr Ablett recalls the great jump from playing in country league paddocks to kicking goals in the AFL. It was new to him and he didn’t know how to deal with it, he says. “I had hardly trained, maybe just once a month, before I entered the AFL. “It became a full-time thing. Even on your day off, you’ve got to look after yourself; you’ve got to be

aware of your diet. “It’s a very serious profession.” He remembers the high of playing in Geelong’s drought-breaking premiership in 2007 took time to sink in. He’d been quite relaxed on the day, helped by being in one of history’s great teams. He looks back on that barnstorming season and his team-mates, the funny moments and the trips away - they’re the things that mean more to him than the Grand Final day itself. “It’s nice to know, you’ve been through it, especially when you talk about a lot of people who’d like to win a premiership. “I don’t sleep in my jumper still or anything like that. It’s a good memory.” After that Grand Final, he suddenly quit the Cats. He explains that it was partly because he was too shy to talk to others about the pressure. He wishes he shared more about what he was going through, such as how to deal with being in newspapers, the pressures of performance and dealing with injuries. There were weeks when he felt that he’d rather not play the next game. He became preoccupied with footy, footy, footy and wished he used his spare time to occupy himself with study or other interests. “I was pretty raw, and I wasn’t understanding that a lot of the other guys were going through the same thing. “As you grow up, you start to be more relaxed and get along with people more.” Since AFL, he’s been a journeyman playing for Werribee’s VFL side and Gold Coast Suns, and travelling to NSW. He says everyone has a reason or purpose in life.

Nathan Ablett, left, contests during a Foxtel Cup game against West Perth in 2012. 82614 “Even now, I’m thinking every morning, what do I want to do. “I’ve moved around and tried different things. I’m looking forward to settling down and starting a career. “I think everyone is looking for answers about what’s right and wrong, and how do I make the most of my life.” Mr Ablett will be joined by guest speaker Ismail Catak, and filmed by the US-based Christian Broadcasting Network. The event is at 30 Star Crescent, Hallam, on 15 October, 6pm.

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Smiles and sweetness were the order of the day during cup-cake classes at Oakgrove Community Centre on 26 September. The classes were part of a lively school-holiday program for kids, including disco dancing, pottery making, hula hooping, high-flow acrylic painting and Lego construction.

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You’re invited to an exclusive book presentation and signing A story of life, love and cultural diversity during WWII. As part of seniors week, join us at Aveo Hampton Park retirement community for a presentation of Merima Jackson’s novel, Schicksal. Published author Merima Jackson joins us to share her writing journey and the incredible story about her parents who were torn apart by war in WW1, in the hope of inspiring others to share their stories. Following this this you will have the chance to meet with the author, purchase the novel and have it personally signed.

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Enjoy being treated to a delicious morning tea and take in the relaxed atmosphere of this welcoming community. WHEN & WHERE: Thursday, 12 October from 10.30 am - 12 pm at Aveo Hampton Heath, 4-42 Coral Drive, Hampton Park RSVP by Friday, 6 October on 13 28 36 or visit aveo.com.au/events We look forward to seeing you there.

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Home grounds for Nossal By Cam Lucadou-Wells Nossal High School has unveiled its new sporting grounds with a 50-over match against a visiting New Zealand school team. Nossal’s senior cricket coach Ian Pegram said the grounds were an eagerly awaited addition for the school’s soccer, Aussie-rules and cricket teams as well as the PE program and lunchtime recreation. The squads had previously had to bus to Sweeney Reserve to play ‘home’ games. For the record, the visiting John McGlashan College team defeated the home side during the 3 October game by 30 runs. “We had time in hand, but just ran out of wickets,” Mr Pegram said.

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Board boost for fund-raiser Two new directors have been welcomed on to the Casey Cardinia Foundation board as the local philanthropic group prepares for its biggest fundraiser for the year next Friday night. Khans Hospitality Services operations manager John Barbaressoss and Aligned Leisure Cardinia manager Simon Bryson both know about hosting big events. In his role at Khans, Mr Barbaressoss has overseen many major events, particularly at the Cardinia Cultural Centre, which again hosts the Foundation’s annual charity dinner on 13 October. And Mr Bryson is coming off a huge weekend. He has a match day role with Richmond Football Club, which is connected to Aligned Leisure, and had his hands full as the Tigers broke a 37-year drought to take the AFL premiership on Saturday 30 September. Mr Bryson looks after match day activations for the Tigers and was on deck at the MCG on Saturday. “It has been very busy, but also very rewarding,” he said. “I just loved every part of seeing all the fans at Punt Road on Sunday,” he told the Gazette on Monday afternoon, looking to head back out for the club’s best and fairest count that night. Mr Bryson has worked in the leisure industry for 15 years, having started as a cleaner at 16 and worked his way through to being Cardinia Leisure manager. He had worked in the western suburbs and inner Melbourne before heading out to Cardinia to join Aligned Leisure, where he quickly developed a connection with the community. “I have been fortunate in my career and really taken to the community in the relatively short time I have been out here and feel I want to give something

The Casey Cardinia Foundation board is looking forward to a big night at the annual charity dinner on Friday 13 October at the Cardinia Cultural Centre. Board members are, from left, Kate Lempriere, John Barbaressoss, Norm Davidson, Garry McQuillan, vice-chairman Adam Sadizqai, chairman Paul Thomas, Brett Owen, Simon Bryson, Mike Tyler and Amanda Stapledon. back,” he said. Mr Barbaressoss has lived in the Casey area his whole life and worked predominantly in the Cardinia Casey region. His father, John senior, migrated to Australia from Greece in 1968 and settled in Hampton Park in the early 1970s.

He became actively involved in the Casey community, particularly in the multicultural arena, volunteering many hours. That largely inspired Mr Barbaressoss’ tilt at the Foundation board. “My father played a big part in that,” he said. He also brings a lot of event and

hospitality knowledge to the position, which will fill the void left by Khans principal Adam Sadiqzai when he retires from the board next year. The annual charity ball is the Foundation’s biggest fundraising event for the year. This year 13-piece music sensation Big and Horny will provide the entertainment.

All money raised is distributed to local groups and initiatives, some of which will be highlighted on the night. Tickets are $135 a head or $1350 for a table of 10. To book or make an inquiry phone 0439 905 533 or email admin@caseycardiniafoundation.org.

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Cranbourne’s biggest room By Garry Howe Cranbourne may soon be home to a 1000-seat convention centre. The Cranbourne Turf Club has earmarked the site of its old outdoor betting ring for the ambitious $7 million project, which it hopes will be built by early 2019. Chief executive Neil Bainbridge said the development had been on the cards for a couple of years and was a critical part of the club’s master plan for the Grant Street racing and entertainment precinct. He also said it would fulfill a real need for such a facility in the City of Casey and beyond, complementing the soon-to-open Bunjil Place development in Narre Warren.

A planning application will be lodged with the City of Casey within days. “Based on our research there is a clear and present need for a significant function centre in Melbourne’s southeast,” Mr Bainbridge said. “It will allow schools and sporting clubs in the City of Casey to have their major events locally and it will also attract events from neighbouring areas as well.” It is proposed that the Cranbourne Convention Centre would have a capacity for 1000 people, but have five separate areas to cater for as few as 200. The centre would operate separately from the racing centre, with its own access from Grant Street, to allow pri-

Artists' drawings of the proposed Cranbourne Convention Centre, mooted for the site of the old betting ring at the Grant Street racing complex. vate functions to be run on race days. “It will significantly enhance the gateway to racing centre and will ensure that function and events can occur

irrespectively of whether racing is being conducted across all of the codes,” Mr Bainbridge said. “The club already hosts 95 non-

race day events. A lot of our feedback demonstrates a clear need to cater for 500 to 700, up to 1000 people. “It will be a significant attraction to Cranbourne and the City of Casey, creating a large number of jobs.” Mr Bainbridge said the project would be a major focus for the club in 2018. “By time a tender process is run, construction could start in the first half of 2018, with probably a nine to 12-month construction period, to be opened in the first quarter of 2019.” It is also believed the government is close to announcing the development of a 300-room hotel within the Grant Street precinct and the old pool site has also been earmarked for a cinema complex.

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As summer approaches, two of Casey’s aquatic centres are throwing their support behind a program to prevent drownings, offering free water safety lessons. Casey RACE and Casey ARC have been working with local community groups and schools to deliver free water safety sessions for the benefit of all pool and aquatic users. Sessions include pool hygiene practices, potential dangers in a swimming pool environment, general pool rules and a range of other subjects that people face when around water and at public swimming pools. These water safety demonstrations are been provided to numerous schools, kinders and community groups. YMCA Community Engagement co-ordinator Tori Norris said education was the key to safety around water. “We hope that by running these sessions, we can spread the water safety message and decrease the amount of incidents that happen at our pools,” she said. “We have a lot of different people visiting our pools, including children and people from many different cultures. These sessions also aim to help multi-cultural communities understand Australian water safety practices better. We want to limit the barriers for all in our community and allow them to be safer around water.” If you would like to know more about YMCA water safety demonstrations, email tori.norris@ ymca.org.au.


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Tiger burning bright again By Brendan Rees Is the Tasmanian tiger is still alive? A Langwarrin resident says he is “100 per cent” sure he spotted one in Langwarrin South recently. The resident, who wishes to remain anonymous, says he had driven barely 300 metres south along West Road, Langwarrin South on Friday 29 September at 6.30pm when the marsupial “strolled across the road like it owned the joint.” “It wasn’t moving quickly. It was casually strolling across the street,” he said. “I cringe every time I say this but I don’t think - I know. I’m 100 per cent.” He said he was driving home with his eight-year-old son, seven-yearold daughter and their eight-year-old friend, Jet after attending the PARC recreation centre in Frankston when they got a “10 to 12 second look” at the animal. “This thing came out of a bit of a cleared area or must have. It’s gone straight in front of us across the road to the big dam there and it crossed into there and disappeared.” He says the kids saw “tiger stripes” on the animal’s back. “I’ve gone ‘Okay.’ I didn’t really see. It just looked like grey patches to me. “It originally looked like a big greyhound. We got closer and I thought ‘OK, that’s a really long head.’ But it wasn’t a long head. It was a long neck with a largish head.” “We just thought wow, that was freaky.” “The main thing that got us was its tail was a long rod. It was like a stick. That’s when we went ‘Okay, what the hell was that’,” he said. “It was crystal-clear except for a little bit of darkness. All I can say is wow - these things are supposed to be

A juvenile male thylacine at the Hobart Zoo in 1928, which died the day after this photo was taken. 141684 Picture: Wikimedia Commons gone and there they are.” He says he got home not even within a minute “all excited” before he asked his partner to Google a picture of the Tasmanian tiger. “That’s exactly what we just saw,” he said. He said it was slightly dark at the

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be like a marsupial, a similar shape to a kangaroo’s bum.” He said it was the first time he had seen one: “They’re supposed to be extinct, aren’t they?” But to his dismay, his mobile phone was flat and he didn’t have a camera

or a charger at the time to capture the animal. “Pretty cool stuff it was. We’ll keep our eyes open. If we see it again this time we’ll have our phone ready to capture it.” Thylacine researcher and former Cranbourne South resident Michael Moss encouraged people residing in Langwarrin South and around the nearby Langwarrin flora and fauna reserve to check their CCTV to see if a Tasmanian tiger was on the prowl. “Someone in these areas may have footage of a tiger without knowing it.” He said the Langwarrin South resident’s find on West Road was an exciting revelation. “I have visited this area already and have placed an infra-red trail camera there. Also I have done some night drives with my dash cameras in the backroads in Langwarrin South, and near the Langwarrin flora and fauna reserve.” He said dashboard cameras were the key to proving the animal was not only roaming the Earth, but perhaps even in Casey. On Sunday 23 November, 2014, he says a Casey resident revealed sighting an animal - a cross between a small greyhound and a wallaby “but not either one” on Fultons Road between Baxter and Langwarrin when the animal ran across the road about 15-20 metres in front of their car. This sighting, he said, along with the recent Langwarrin’s South resident’s sighting were about five kilometres apart near the Langwarrin Flora and Fauna Reserve. Mr Moss said if people believed they had sighted what they think might be Tasmanian tiger or had footage, they were welcome to contact him on 0434 904 944.

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Pakenham

1 McGregor Road

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UNIQUE DEVELOPMENT SITE!! Located right on McGregor Road is this prime development site. Land area of 1321m2 plus two road frontage, this site lends itself to a multi dwelling development or medical use (STCA). The property has a three bedroom brick house, dual living zones, garage and secure yard. Positioned in a good proximity to Pakenham Marketplace, transport, schools and medical facilities. Excellent opportunity for the savvy investor or perhaps medical practitioner. Must be sold!! AUCTION - SATURDAY 23rd OCTOBER @12 NOON ON SITE 10% Deposit Balance 60 Days Contact - Steve Hobson 0418 897 411

Pakenham

18 Macalister Place

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LAKESIDE SPECIAL A superb location minutes from the main Lakeside walking paths, Cultural Centre, shopping village & public transport, a prime position on a 480m2 block. 2 spacious living areas provide impressive formal & informal spaces. 3 bedrooms have robe space while the huge master has FES & WIR. A well appointed kitchen includes gas hot plates, electric wall oven, BI pantry, plenty of bench & cupboard space. Outdoor entertaining is a breeze in the covered pergola area while the additional sun deck area will be a bonus with any family gathering. Heating, cooling, landscaped yard & double garage add to this wonderful opportunity – it’s your chance to acquire a quality home in a superb location.

5 Rocky Street

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Derrick Brown 0418 317 096

Stephen O’Loughlin 0408 591 170

$550,000 - $600,000

SENSATIONAL FAMILY LIVING ON ROCKY!! Located in this highly sought after estate is this beautifully presented family home. Four bedrooms – main with walk in robe and full ensuite with dual vanities. Remaining bedrooms offer great size all with built in robes. Two living zones – lounge to the front of the home, massive family room complete with ducted heating and evaporative cooling. Kitchen with island bench, stainless steel appliances, tiled meals area, double garage with remote access, internal and rear access. All on 568m2 block, pergola with paving, garden shed and established gardens. Rock on down to Rocky Street, you will be impressed!!

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Cockatoo

4A 2B 2D 1C

40 Rainy Hill Road Accessed by a long driveway and secluded amongst established gardens offering privacy and panoramic views this beautiful contemporary Victorian weatherboard has all the embellishments of the era and with every up to minute comfort, innovations and convenience. With the classic grand proportions of the era and broad timber decked verandahs, large timber barn, stables, and full-sized tennis court this is an estate of the landed gentry. Comprising almost 34 acres (to 7 paddocks), an idyllic mix of gently sloping to moderately steep pastures and native hardwood bushland conveniently located to Melbourne and the delights of the Yarra Valley.

INSPECT: By Appointment For Sale By Negotiation Nyall Greene 0409 560 778 Peter Watson 0418 105 402

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Pakenham

5A 2B 2D

9 colonial Way

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Yes, this property needs some work, but it represents a great opportunity to have a fantastic home in the prestigious Heritage Springs Estate. Comprising of 5 oversized bedrooms (master with ensuite & WIR), formal lounge, open family meals area adjoining the hostess kitchen and an oversized double car garage. Situated on a large corner allotment of 756sqm with rear access this property packs plenty of potential. Only minutes from the M1 freeway and a short walk to the station, shops, and schools. Be confident that this property will be a great family home addition to your investment portfolio. TERMS 10% upon Signing, Balance in 60days

Auction Saturday 28th october at 2:00pm inSPEct: Saturday 11:00am Libby Rodriguez 0415 269 538

Berwick

3A 2B 2D 1C

24 Elgin Street Perfectly positioned in leafy, olde Berwick, this deceptively spacious ‘in town’ home, may be just what you’ve been searching for! On its own title with security gates and easily managed gardens, it offers the perfect lock up and leave opportunity and a wonderful environment to enjoy whilst you are in town. There are two distinct living areas: one a cosy formal lounge with gas log fire and a further family room that opens directly on to a palm fringed, decked courtyard with adjoining ‘alfresco lounge’. A stone benched gourmet kitchen is generously sized and fully equipped and 3 double bedrooms plus separate study, allow guests/extended family comfortable space.

inSPEct: Saturday 1.30pm $920,000-$990,000 Peter Watson 0418 105 402

Berwick

3A 2B 2D

2/97 High Street

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It’s just 100m to the village hub from this spacious quality built single storey villa (one of a pair). Comprising 3 large bedrooms, full en-suite and walk-in robe to the master bedroom, 3rd bedroom with custom built book shelves, family bathroom, meals area, Blackwood kitchen with Aeg appliances, pantry, lovely big sitting room with gas log fire, open plan dining, a gorgeous sun drenched, north facing enclosed terrace, mature gardens bursting with Camellias, roses and rhododendron. Added features include a double garage with remote control, gas ducted heating, refrigerated cooling and ducted vacuum.

Auction Saturday 7th october at 12.00pm inSPEct: Saturday 11.30am Peter Watson 0418 105 402 Elisabeth Gunness 0418 310 524

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Berwick

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Pakenham Upper

4A 2B 2D

181 Mann Road

aUCTIoN

Enjoy the privacy & serenity of this newly refurbished residence. An open plan living & rumpus room adjoins a hostess kitchen that is central to the design. A separate formal lounge provides additional living space. Set upon a unique lifestyle allotment of 26.85 acres that one can escape to the country amongst native hardwood bushland alive with birdcall & wildlife, yet only minutes to shops, schools & public transport at Pakenham & the convenience of the M1 Freeway. Terms 10% Deposit Bal 30 Days

aUCTIoN Saturday 28th october 12.00pm INSPeCT: Saturday 12.00pm Todd McKenna 0418 391 182 Nyall Greene 0409 560 778

Pakenham

4A 2B 2D 1C

37 Harrison Way A sleek rendered façade gives a hint of the style to come. Designed to maximise light and space the home is complimented by a sundrenched alfresco and gas heated lap pool. Comprising of four generous bedrooms; master with full ensuite, stunning stone kitchen with quality appliances that adjoins a vast family living/dining area, ducted heating and refrigerated cooling, a cozy lounge with gas fire place plus a separate children’s retreat. The property is further enhanced by garaging for two vehicles, additional storage for the trailer, boat or caravan and is encompassed by landscaped gardens.

INSPeCT: Saturday 1:00pm $600,000 - $660,000 Todd McKenna 0418 391 182

Harkaway Lot 5 Noack Road A superb rising 5 acre parcel on an elevated ridgeline with an outstanding semi-rural outlook. Rich red soils and useable pastures make this the perfect ‘blank canvas’ for your future dream retreat. Timbered pockets add shade and interest whilst extensive open pastures allow varied choice of home site etc. A small dam nestles into the corner of the property providing an all-important water resource and visual attraction. Situated in a non-thoroughfare – ideal ‘ride out’ opportunities to local equestrian trails. Opposite, a former quarry that’s been identified as a potential future parklands. A rare and exclusive opportunity to establish yourself in the districts premiere lifestyle property location.

FoR SaLe By Negotiation Peter Watson 0418 105 402

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Pakenham

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Beaconsield Upper

4A 3B 2D 1C

36 Split Rock Road Perfectly located only moments to the Village shops this superb 5 acre lifestyle property deliver instant family appeal. Once inside, enjoy the expansive light filled living spaces with high cathedral ceilings, brick and timber features plus extensive garden windows capturing beautiful garden vistas. Quality appointed throughout with 3 bedrooms, office or 4th bedroom, study, huge living spaces, stunning kitchen, audio room, 3 bathrooms and fitted bar. Other features include, double garage, inground pool, tennis court, extensive shedding, 5 klw solar power system and mains water connected.

INSPECT: Saturday 2.00pm By Negotiation Graeme Curtis 0419 538 940 Elisabeth Gunness 0418 310 524

Berwick

4A 2B 2D 1C

5 Bettina Court This stunning new home has been custom designed & faultlessly constructed. Designed to take full advantage of its exceptional outlook, the home merges indoor living with outdoor alfresco spaces in a truly seamless fashion. 3 levels, featuring the convenience of its own lift, the home comprises 4 BR’s, a generous entertainer’s kitchen, stone benches, SMEG apps & WIP. Premium appointments include dbl glazed windows, climate control, security system & dbl garage with direct internal access. Set on 806m² with fully landscaped grounds, this truly one of a kind contemporary masterpiece is the perfect fusion of luxury in a premium Berwick address.

AUCTION

Beaconsield Upper

AUCTION Saturday 21st of October at 11.00am INSPECT: Saturday 12.00pm Richard Moody 0412 212 191 Tracy de Riter 0407 343 629

5A 3B 4D 2C

35 Mcenie Road ‘Mallanbool’

A superbly crafted Victorian masterpiece set amidst 5 acres (2 ha) of private gardens and grounds. Featuring 3m ceilings, 5 bedrooms, 2 studies, 3 bathrooms, ancient oregon beams, 100-year-old bricks and sandstone floors. Whilst contemporary appointments & finishes create a high level of comfort throughout. Outdoors - a 40 x 20m arena, safe, secure paddocks & loose boxes are complimented by professionally planned gardens, ‘lake-like’ spring fed dam, solar heated swimming pool and 12mx9m color bond work shed.

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AUCTION Saturday 21st October at 1.00pm INSPECT: Saturday 3.00pm Peter atson 0418 105 402

Narre Warren

Berwick

Pakenham

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Harkaway

6A 2B 8D 1C

4 Medley Close Nestled into the bowl of a leafy green court in tightly held Harkaway, this wonderful family retreat offers a privileged lifestyle indeed – parklike grounds include a lagoon pool, separate heated spa and a lofted barn / workshop that will delight tradies / hobbyists alike. The sandstock brick, contemporary residence, is superbly decorated and offers 3 levels of impressive living space encompassing 6 bedrooms, study, multiple living areas and oversized double garage underroof. There is ample room for additional vehicle storage on site too. The property features rainwater harvesting, solar PV system, slow combustion heating and solar pool heating.

AUCTIoN

AUCTIoN Saturday 14th october at 1.00pm INSPECT: Saturday 12:30pm Ross Neilson 0418 331 696 Michael Rosario 0400 972 032

AUCTIoN

Narre Warren

Narre Warren

3A 2B 2D

2/69 Darling Way

3A 1B 1D

1/13 Nandina Road

Immaculate 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit, open plan, double garage & many additional extras on large, low maintenance block. Easy access to public transport & parkland.

INSPECT: By Appointment $430,000-$470,000 Greg Phillips 0417 144 907

This property is close to everything you could possibly need. Whilst in need of some work, it’s a great opportunity to turn this blank canvas into something special. Don’t miss out on the chance to make this property yours.

AUCTIoN Sat 28th october at 12:00pm INSPECT: Saturday 11:00am Samantha 0478 178 618

Narre Warren North BRUNDRETT HEIGHTS ESTATE Perfectly positioned in sought after Narre Warren North, Brundrett Heights offers 9 slightly elevated allotments ranging from 2030m² to 3716m². This peaceful estate is just a stone’s throw from the Narre Warren North Village, Westfield Fountain Gate, primary & secondary schools, and has nearby access to the M1 freeway.

FoR SAlE $500,000 - $545,000 Samantha Johnson 0478 178 618 Michael Patchell 0419 381 411

Selling now, stage 1 features 5 allotments and title release is anticipated for late 2018. Whilst some of these lots have a powerline easement, we believe they represent an affordable lifestyle option.

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Berwick

Pakenham

9705 4888

9707 6000 neilsonpartners.com.au

5941 4444

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4762m²

Drouin 9-11 Mahogany Court

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A private family retreat surrounded by beautiful established gardens on 4762m only minutes from the heart of Drouin. Set on three titles to be auctioned as a whole, this comfortable four bedroom plus study family home sits deep in a private garden oasis at the end of very desirable and private Mahogany Court. Step out the front door and your first neighbours are your outdoor living areas, manicured lawns, established trees, flowering shrubs, fruit trees, daffodils, freesias and mountain views. A magical sense of being in the country yet only quick drive to town. Features include: -Ensuite and dressing room to the master bedroom -Built-in robes to bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 -Spacious formal lounge/dining and large family/informal dining -Well appointed kitchen with new dishwasher -Ducted heating and cooling, intercom, security system -New downlights and beautiful garden lighting -Long paved driveway, front wrought iron security gate -Gazebo and BBQ area -Three separate titles of residential land consisting of 1892m2, 1884m2 and 986m2 (a total of 4762m2) in one of Drouin’s most sought after streets. NEVER BEFORE OFFERED, OPPORTUNITIES LIKE THIS RARELY COME ON THE MARKET.

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Saturday October 28 at 1.00pm View฀Thursday฀4.00pm฀-฀5.00pm฀•฀Saturday฀2.30pm฀-฀4.00pm www.harcourts.com.au/VDN28439 Pauline Soutar M 0408 354 403 P 03 5625 2877 pauline.soutar@harcourts.com.au Brian Soutar M 0418 515 252 P 03 5625 2877 brian.soutar@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Drouin

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Berwick

5B 2C 3D 2I

Clyde North 9 Serene Way

4B 2C 2D 2I

Clyde North 7 Appaloosa Grove

Dream Family Living

For Sale

Sensational Selandra Rise

For Sale

A great location and a grand twenty metre frontage welcome you into your home. Sensational kitchen with S/S appliances, dishwasher, stone benches and a WIP. Amazing entertaining area featuring large solar heated, concrete pool. Pool house with TV, open fire place, zip track blinds, built in BBQ and pizza oven. Ducted heating and evaporative cooling, fans to all bedrooms and living area, oversized double lock up garage with internal access and rear roller door.

$820,000 - $895,000 View Saturday @12.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24237

This near new 4 bedroom family home is ready and waiting, perfect for first home buyers, all family sizes and investors. Sizeable master boasts ensuite and WIR. Remaining bedrooms all with BIR of generous size. The large tiled kitchen features quality S/S appliances, including dishwasher, and opens up to a light and bright family and meals area. Additional formal lounge, double remote garage and landscaped gardens both front and rear. Covered alfresco, ducted heating and evaporative cooling complete the picture.

$550,000 - $600,000 View Saturday @ 11.30am harcourts.com.au/VBW23997

Katrina Bartlett M 0414 791 161 P 9707 4222 katrina.bartlett@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

3B 2C 2D 2I

Berwick 15 County Drive

Matt Doyle M 0423 339 328 P 9707 4222 matt.doyle@harcourts.com.au Brad Nicholls M 0417 324 711 P 9707 4222 brad.nicholls@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

4B 2C 2D 2I

Cranbourne West 8 Erindale Street

Beautifully Presented Family Home

For Sale

Highest Calibre Ex-Display

For Sale

Consisting three sizeable bedrooms, grandiose formal and informal living spaces, 2 bathrooms, master with ensuite, double carport mostly enclosed with heavy duty glass panels, this will be highly sought real estate. Additional of street parking would easily allow for a caravan or boat, along with a large pergola area for fun filled entertaining. â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;As newâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; well-appointed kitchen with 900ml stainless steel appliances, and all new outdoor fencing. Enjoy year round comfort with ducted heating and split system cooling.

$590,000 - $640,000 View Saturday @ 11.30am harcourts.com.au/VBW24235

Built to exacting standards with all the upgrades expected of a gorgeous display home, this is yours to move in and enjoy. Beautiful facade, floating floorboards to the rear living space, high feature ceilings, formal lounge to the front and well appointed kitchen with stone and ss appliances. Oversized double garage, undercover alfresco, cooling and ducted heating, and manicured landscaping completes this home. Conveniently located close to shops, parks, schools and easy to most anywhere.

$650,000 - $700,000 View Saturday @ 1.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24233

Katrina Bartlett M 0414 791 161 P 9707 4222 katrina.bartlett@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Berwick

2B 1C 2D 1I

Berwick 3/9 Turner Street Olde Berwick Locale - Space and Character A rare opportunity presents itself with this fantastic abode. Location second to none in Berwick, situated on a block of only 3 units, this impeccably presented and maintained home is sure to impress. Whether it be a smart investment, downsizing or a first home, buyers can’t go wrong with such a blue-chip position within the 3806 postcode. Single level comprising of 2 spacious bedrooms with BIR, main bathroom and fantastic sized living areas both formal and informal really ensure convenient living within

walking distance to all that the Berwick lifestyle has to ofer. The great sized kitchen flows perfectly into the meals and dining area with plenty of bench and cupboard space. Low maintenance courtyard perfect for the working couple with a lovely decked area as well. Features include: single remote access garage, ducted heating, proximity to Berwick’s beautiful restaurants and cafes, parks, public and private schools and 40 minutes from the Melbourne CBD.

Saturday 21st October at 11.00am View Saturday @ 12.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24239 Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Brad Nicholls M 0417 324 711 P 9707 4222 brad.nicholls@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

4B 2C 3D 2I

Narre Warren 42 Sandalwood Drive

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3B 2C 2D 2I

Narre Warren 48 Tarcoola Drive

Beautiful Oatlands - Side Access

For Sale

Location, location, location

For Sale

Spacious living areas including formal lounge and dining, open plan kitchen with S/S appliances and additional rumpus is perfect for any growing family. The master bedroom has ensuite and generous WIR. Step outside to the huge undercover entertaining area with plenty of room for alfresco dining. An additional single lock up shed with plenty of bench and cupboard space for a workshop as well as parking for a boat/caravan or trailer. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling & 6 camera alarm system

View Saturday @ 11.30am harcourts.com.au/VBW24243

Located only metres away from the ever popular Marramba Primary School, this humble abode will be sure to appeal to family’s, first home buyers and investors alike. This home is situated on generous 604m2 block, providing plenty of space for the lucky new owner. The home includes 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite and WIR. 3 living areas, an additional bathroom and a light filled kitchen. Extra features include ducted heating, split system air-conditioning, double garage and undercover alfresco.

$520,000- $580,000 View Saturday @ 10.30am harcourts.com.au/VBW24248

Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Brad Nicholls M 0417 324 711 P 9707 4222 brad.nicholls@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Berwick

4B 3C 3D 6I

Beaconsfield 24 Holm Park Road Classic Style, Superb Lifestyle.

For Sale

Upon entering this dream property, be greeted with a sweeping staircase that oozes grandeur. Delight in open plan living spaces, sizeable quality hostess kitchen with stone benchtops, S/S appliances, spacious walk in pantry and abundance of bench and cupboard space. The downstairs master suite is fabulous in sheer size, with his and hers walk in robe and modern ensuite with double basins, double shower and stone vanity top. Magnificent formal lounge, separate study, tasteful powder and modern

laundry. The gorgeous kitchen overlooks expansive family room that flows through feature double doors to the decked alfresco, and onwards to a stunning inbuilt pool and spa, with accompanying exterior shower. Coolest pool house includes connections, wet area and ceiling fan - the glass doors open out to the glistening pool. Additionally, there is a large recreation room / personal gym, with new floating floor. Triple lock up garage, double lock up garage, double carport, single tandem shed & security cameras.

4B 2C 2D 2I

Berwick 111 Moondarra Drive

View Saturday @ 2.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24229 Debbie Brettoner M 0458 628 085 P 9707 4222 debbie.brettoner@harcourts.com.au Matt Doyle M 0423 339 328 P 9707 4222 matt.doyle@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

3B 2C 2D 2I

Berwick 5S Temora Rise

Renovated Delight

For Sale

Brand New with outstanding views

For Sale

The focal point of the home, is the newly renovated kitchen, featuring lush stone benchtops, ample bench and cupboard space, and quality S/S appliances. Looking into the oversized and beautifully lit living and dining area. The master suite includes a modern and sophisticated ensuite, as well as a WIR. The remaining three bedrooms are a great size, serviced by BIR, modern bathroom and a sizeable study. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, quality fixtures and fittings and a double lock up garage.

$650,000 - $710,000 View Saturday @ 12.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW23984

This brand-new cul-de-sac on the North of Berwick, superbly designed and finished with finesse, ofers the rare opportunity for few lucky purchasers to secure prime real estate in the heart of the south east. Each townhouse consisting of 3 bedrooms plus study, the master with WIR and ensuite. Open plan dining and living room with timber flooring. Kitchen finished with stone bench tops and S/S appliances. First home buyers, investors, downsizers be sure to enquire as these townhouses will not last long!

$670,000 - $730,000 View By Appointment harcourts.com.au/VBW24225

Debbie Brettoner M 0458 628 085 P 9707 4222 debbie.brettoner@harcourts.com.au Matt Doyle M 0423 339 328 P 9707 4222 matt.doyle@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Brad Nicholls M 0417 324 711 P 9707 4222 brad.nicholls@harcourts.com.au Ryan Wallace M 0432 625 549 P 9707 4222 ryan.wallace@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Berwick 10/14 Avard Court

Harmon Built North Berwick.

For sale.

9707 0556

$675,000 - $740,000

56-58 High Street Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au

Ideally located in a private & quiet Cul De Sac in Olde Berwick within close proximity to shops, public transport and some of Berwickâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finest schools. t 3 oversized bedrooms + study nook, master with large ensuite & WIR t 2 light filled & spacious living areas t Meals/family room opening out on to an undercover alfresco entertaining area

Paul Rogers 0418 564 032 Matthew Smith 0410 447 255

With Spotted Gum flooring, refrigerated cooling, alarm security monitoring.

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Berwick 17 Edrington Park Drive

Feel at home in Edrington Park.

For sale.

9707 0556 56-58 High Street Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au

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Located on 897m of possibly the best real estate in Edrington Park this Federation influenced family home is sure to impress! • 3 spacious bedrooms + study • 2 generous living areas incl lounge/dining with open fire • Covered alfresco overlooking the landscaped rear yard

Paul Rogers 0418 564 032 Matthew Smith 0410 447 255

With d/heating & cooling, quality carpets and drapes, near new kitchen appliances & quality fittings throughout.

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Narre Warren South 2 Ardenne Court

Ultimate family entertainer.

For auction.

9707 0556

Saturday 14 October at 12:30pm

56-58 High Street Berwick obrienrealestate.com.au

This elegant home positioned in the sought after Berwick Springs Estate offers: • 4 bedrooms, study/5th bedroom • 4 living areas, plus large kitchen with Blanco and Electrolux appliances • Solar heated inground swimming pool, enclosed alfresco with full BBQ kitchen and woodfire pizza oven, side access • Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, internal plantation shutters throughout and CCTV

Daniel Boyle 0488 788 894 Narelle Casey 0488 978 894

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Beaconsfield 7 Vista Place

Feel at home in Beaconsfield. For sale. $735,000 - $795,000 Situated on a 650m2 block in the Berwick Views Estate is this conveniently located 4 bedroom family home. Features include: • 4 generous bedrooms + study • 4 spacious living areas • Open plan kitchen overlooking family/meals • Landscaped gardens with possible side access Complete with heating/cooling & DLUG, this spacious family home has it all. Close to local shops, great schools and public transport.

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

Cranbourne North 7 Arapiles Street

Sophisticated and stylish. For sale. $675,000 - $720,000 Situated in the sought after Tulliallan Estate is this stunning 2 year old 4 bedroom plus study home with all the trimmings. • Featuring a hostess style kitchen. • Master with direct access to delightful alfresco. • Kids retreat/games room plus separate theatre room. Located within close proximity to both Eden Rise and Casey Central Shopping Centres, a plethora of schools and easy Monash freeway access.

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Korumburra 33 Gordon Street BEST VIEWS IN KORUMBURRA OFI: Sat 14th Oct 10.00-10.30am Sat 21st Oct 10.30-11.00am â&#x20AC;˘ Attractive & affordable family home â&#x20AC;˘ Front deck with views of rolling green hills â&#x20AC;˘ 3BR, separate lounge & O/P kitchen/dining â&#x20AC;˘ Carport plus sundry shedding/chook sheds â&#x20AC;˘ Huge 1,327m2 block on quiet street Jean Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Loughlin 0428 571 083 Web id | 17988439

$295,000

Elders Korumburra

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11 Commercial Street, Korumburra

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45 ACRES, ZONED INDUSTRIAL Berrys Creek 14 Fosters Road PRIVATE LIFESTYLE LIVING AT â&#x20AC;&#x153;MISTY RIDGEâ&#x20AC;? OFI: Sat 7th Oct 10.30-11.30am â&#x20AC;˘ 4BR + study, 3 living areas, 2 bathrooms â&#x20AC;˘ Private, peaceful & quiet, lovely rural setting â&#x20AC;˘ Approx. 2 acres, 2 paddocks â&#x20AC;˘ 3 bay shed, carports, chook shed â&#x20AC;˘ 10 min drive to Leongatha or Mirboo Nth Jean Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Loughlin 0428 571 083 Don Olden 0417 805 312 Web id | 17926721

$580,000

Elders Leongatha

SIGNIFICANT parcel of industrialzoned land located in Longwarry in the expansive South-East growth corridor just 20 minutes east of booming Pakenham. Positioned just 2.5kms off the Princes Freeway with two sealed road frontages,

and mains water/power/gas and sewerage all available. Hard to secure an industrial property of this size with so many possibilities. Centrally located between industrial hubs of Dandenong and Hallam, and the Latrobe Valley, provides opportunities

for large scale industries or transport companies looking to establish a new premises, subject to approvals. To add to the appeal planning approval exists for a 23-lot subdivision. Information memorandum available on request. â&#x2014;?

HOME ESSENTIALS Address: 95 Drouin Longwarry Road, Longwarry Price for sell: Expressions of interest Inspection: By appointment Agent: Evan Broadbent, Harcourts Warragul, 5622 3333

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Magnificently positioned in a securely held family location, this home is located only moments from Eden Rise Shopping Centre, St Francis Xavier College & St Catherine’s Primary School to name just a few. This impeccable home is suited for the buyer who is looking for nothing but to move in and enjoy lifestyle living in a resort style atmosphere. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to secure a brilliant family home.

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Handsomely perched on the high side of the street, capturing stunning views, yet enjoying the privacy of a secluded frontage. A one-owner quality 4 bedroom home plus study is just the tip of the iceberg – boasting a fantastic garage conversion of dual accommodation or work from home option with all necessary amenities ready to go. The double access drive way is a bonus for extra parking of the boat or trailer.

34 Montpelier drive, Berwick

37 Sugarloaf road, BeAcONSFieLd UPPer Jewel of Beaconsfield Upper The perfect blend of rural lifestyle with today’s expected conveniences, this blissful, quality crafted residence sitting on 3.5 shady acres is what country living is all about. Bonus extras on acreage are town water, govt approved 12 person fire bunker, ducted vacuum & sensors alarm system. Recent works of new carpets, blinds handmade silk curtains & freshly painted inside and out, new hot water service & climate control.

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The stunning combination of ‘old world classic, meets new world expectations’. This home will appeal to a wide audience and with a new level of lavish style, you will be welcomed from your first step inside with a neutral colour palate and modern trends that will let the home grow old gracefully with its new owners. *A 2 year minimum lease back is required on ‘The Jack’ with option of further lease @ 7% return.*

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Beaconsfield 1/91 Old Princes Highway

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Location & Presentation system cooling, alarm & dishwasher. Covered outdoor area for entertaining and a single lock up garage with a remote door and room for storage. If you are downsizing, first home or investing for the first time, then inspect this one while it is still available!

This unit is big in living and bedroom space, a fantastic Old Princes Highway location within walking distance to schools, railway station, medical and all Beaconsfield has to offer. Large open living and spacious kitchen, two bigger than average bedrooms, high ceilings, ducted heating , split

Doveton 2/11 Laburnum Grove

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For Sale $460,000 - $495,000 View Sat 1:00pm - 1:30pm Sun 12:00pm - 12:30pm ljhooker.com/SDVH7FBJ

Steve Keam 0418 593 554 Elizabeth Verleg 0477 537 771 LJ Hooker Berwick 9707 2155 A partnership in caring 54 High Street, Berwick

Berwick 5/2 Harkaway Road

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What a Ripper! This fabulous young townhouse is waiting for a new home owner or investor or downsizer to become its new owner. Boasting 2 very generous sized bedrooms with built in robes. Beautiful kitchen with stainless steel appliances overlooking sun filled meals/family area that flows through to lounge area. Extra comforts include remote control garage with internal access, heating/cooling, powder room, water tank and so much more.

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Boasting 3 bedrooms that will easily accommodate queen size beds, master bedroom with full ensuite and walk in robe. Stunning kitchen with stone benchâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and stainless steel appliances overlooking the light filled meals family area, separate lounge for those relaxing times. Outside you will be greeted by a huge decking area for all year-round enjoyment.

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Simon Field 0400 154 323 Steve Keam 0418 593 554 LJ Hooker Berwick 9707 2155 54 High Street, Berwick

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Simon Field 0400 154 323 Steve Keam 0418 593 554 LJ Hooker Berwick 9707 2155 54 High Street, Berwick

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PROPERTY NEWS

WHAT EXACTLY ARE BUILDING SITE COSTS? THEY’RE one of the most misunderstood expenses when building a new home ... so what are building site costs and how do you avoid being stung? When building a new home there are a number of costs associated with prepping the site ready for our builders to come in and start laying foundations. These are things like an onsite toilet, scaffolding and security fencing, to name a few - and, if you’ve been past a building site recently, you’ll will have noticed all of these. On top of all that, there are the paperwork costs, such as permits and tests that must be carried out before any work can commence. And while some

of these can be completed by you, we usually take all the legwork over so you can get on with day to day life. So ... there are legitimate building site costs that must be covered and included in the total cost of the build. However, the problem with building site costs is that some builders use them to baffle clients and hide discounts they may have given you elsewhere. For example, imagine your builder offers you $5000 worth of extra kitchen inclusions. Great, right? Sure, but less trustworthy builders will make up that cost by loading up the building site costs. Here at Romeo Homes we believe this

is unfair practice - and plenty of our clients have told us their horror story of being stung for extra costs that should have been included in the so-called ‘freebies’. To avoid any confusion for you as the home owner, we’ll clearly list out and breakdown the costs involved in prepping your building site, in addition to the build and any handover costs. If you head to our website you can find a blog post in which we look more closely at what exactly building site costs cover. You can find it at romeohomes.com. au/blog ●

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Best lining up for the regional award By Rebecca Skilton Tour Local owner Joanne Staindl with Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen and Casey councillor Amanda Stapledon. 171240

Some of the South-East region’s best businesses are vying for this year’s Casey Cardinia Business Awards. In the lead up to the gala presentation dinner on Friday 27 October, Star News will profile the nominees in each category, this week focusing on home-based business and retail. HOME-BASED BUSINESSES Kelly Sports Running since January 2010, Kelly Sports Berwick and Pakenham runs fun sports based programs during school lunchtime, after-school, at childcare, kindergartens and through holiday programs, at birthday parties as well as conducting mini sporters on Saturdays for three to five year olds. As Kelly Sports owner Darren Michelle explained, the business focuses on teaching young children fundamental sports skills. “My team and I provide our Kelly Sporters with a taste of a range of sports and activities to enable them to decide what to pursue via local sporting clubs,” Darren said. “These classes are age appropriate and are designed to get the young children moving, increase confidence, sports and motor skills and, most importantly, they are great fun.”

Kelly Sports owner Darren Michelle and coach Esh Peiris with Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen, left, and Casey councillor Amanda Stapledon. 171240 dividuals or groups of any size from two to 102 plus,” Tour Local owner Joanne Staindl said. “We also provide charter services for air and port transfers, weddings and corporate events. “Our real specialty is writing and delivering tailor made tours of any length - from a few hours to many days away - for groups of any size, again from two to 102 plus.”

Soul Sister Nosh Founded in September 2016, Narre Warren’s Soul Sister Nosh produces 100 organic, raw and healthy alternative snacks. Its products are gluten free, dairy free, soy free plus vegan and paleo friendly and are handmade in-house. As Soul Sister Nosh representative Caroline Towers explained, the company has a simple message - “making the right simple small changes can have long-lasting health benefits.” “From experience we know changing to a healthier lifestyle is a gradual process that needs to have a series of small wins,” Caroline said. “And the first small win is to replace those unhealthy ‘on-the-go’ snacks with healthy snacks. Get on the right side of healthy with nutritious snacks from Soul Sister Nosh and move away from the cookie jar!”

RETAIL Davey Marine Pakenham’s Davey Marine has built a reputation as South East Melbourne’s premium Honda dealership. The company prides itself on quality, whether it’s for an engine service, electronics upgrade or custom fit up of a new vessel. Staff are fully qualified and their mechanics are highly trained using the latest in diagnostic equipment. Davey Marine’s Electrical Technicians is also trained on the latest in marine electronic systems. “We’re retail and service specialists for a select range of new and used recreational boat brands and accredited dealers for Honda Marine, Blackdog Cats (New Zealand) and Edencraft Boats Australia,” Davey Marine Pakenham’s Adam Davey said. “We also operate a Compleat Angler franchise from our retail outlet and sell an extensive range of boating accessories and safety gear.”

Tour Local Tour Local in Pakenham offers touring solutions for those who don’t want to self-drive. The company prides itself on working with groups in such a way that the stresses involved with achieving minimum numbers to travel are now a thing of the past. Tour Local offers local one day tours and interstate extended tours. “Tour Local provides touring solutions for in-

Emerald Village Pharmacy Emerald Village Pharmacy is a community pharmacy offering a wide range of pharmaceutical services as well as specialising in beauty and complementary medicines. Customer service is a priority for business owner Louisa Lammers and her pharmacy team. “We aim to ensure each customer receives products and advice to encourage a positive health outcome,” Emerald Village Pharmacy’s

Soul Sister Nosh owner Caroline Towers with Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen and Casey councillor Amanda Stapledon. 171240 Gabby D’Arcy said. “Our staff have vast experience in all areas of health and wellbeing including diabetes, asthma, vitamins, make up and specialty skin care products.” The pharmacy takes pride in assisting its customers by offering services such as blood pressure monitoring, medication reviews and a medicine packing service. “We are preparing for Christmas and have a gorgeous range of gifts for everyone - many sourced from local Australian owned companies,” Gabby said. “This is another reason to visit Emerald Village Pharmacy.” Framing to a T Framers and Designers Framing to a T Designers is a premium style destination for custom picture framing. With a state-of-the-art manufacturing HQ and showroom located in Hallam and two retail stores in Berwick and in Brighton, Framing to a T provides bespoke picture framing, divine artwork and stylish furniture and home accessories for spaces across Melbourne. “Framing to a T Framers and Designers produce unique, innovative and custom picture framing solutions,” Framing to a T owner Cath Stocks said. “Because our picture framing has a design focus, the business also offers beautiful framed artworks, mirrors and occasional furniture pieces and homewares. “These pieces complement our framing service.” With an emphasis on meeting clients’ budgets and deadlines, Framing to a T has successfully cemented itself as a preferred choice of Victorian business for custom picture frames and quality framed art prints.

Davey Marine's Adam Davey and Jackie Davey with Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen, left, and Casey councillor Amanda Stapledon, right. 171240

Emerald Village Pharmac's Louisa Lammers with Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen and Casey councillor Amanda Stapledon. 171240

Framing to a T owner Cath Stocks and St Francis Xavier work experience student Megan Nunn with Cardinia Shire Mayor Brett Owen and Casey councillor Amanda Stapledon. 171240

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The world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra will perform their unforgettable music of the 1940s at Casey’s Bunjil Arts Centre on Tuesday 31 October. 173437

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Best big band is back By Brendan Rees The long-awaited return of the greatest big band of the 1940s, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, is coming to Casey for a concert spectacular. Direct from the United States, the world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra will perform their unforgettable music of the 1940s from the golden era of swing at Casey’s Bunjil Arts Centre on Tuesday 31 October. Featuring 24 musicians, singers and dancers, the presentation highlights the great ‘Big Band’ hits, the original Glenn Miller arrangements, the music of The Andrews Sisters, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra and the romantic World War II melodies made famous by Vera Lynn. Music which captivated millions of

people worldwide will be brought together on stage in a nostalgic concert spectacular. The concert will also celebrate the Glenn Miller Orchestra’s 80th and feature dance routines by the Broadway Swing Dancers. Still heard worldwide, The Glenn Miller musical arrangements are timeless icons of American culture such as Chattanooga Choo-Choo, In the Mood, Tuxedo Junction, A String of Pearls, Moonlight Serenade, Little Brown Jug and Pennsylvania 6-5000 - music hits which have captivated millions of people. Musical Director Rick Gerber said the make-up of the Glenn Miller Orchestra was an exact duplication of the original Miller band of the early ’40s

with five saxophones, four trumpets, four trombones, piano, bass and drums plus both a male and female singer. “The Glenn Miller Orchestra is a colourful and flamboyant evening filled with fun and nostalgia of the ’30s and ’40s. Our unique jazz sound is sought all around the world and in addition to re-creating the golden era of swing, we bring to life the colour, costumes and spirit. Having travelled across the globe, The Glenn Miller Orchestra is delighted to be bringing iconic tunes such as In The Mood and Moonlight Serenade to Australia,“ Mr Gerber said. “This will be our fourth extensive tour of Australia and we will be all over the map for about nine weeks. Previously we toured Australia in 2012, 2014 and 2015.”

Prostate party tests parliament

Seniors break bread with MP More than 180 seniors sipped and supped with Narre Warren North MP Luke Donnellan at an annual morning tea on 22 September. The morning tea at Narre Warren Bowls Club was also a chance for constituents to chat about local issues with their MP. Information such as the scam-awareness leaflet Little Black Book of Scams, state concessions and a guide for the upcoming Victorian Seniors Festival Guide was on offer.

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Luke Donnellan, third left, hosted a morning tea for seniors.

Holt MP Anthony Byrne has rolled up his sleeve to help promote the importance of prostate cancer checks. Mr Byrne gave a PSA blood test and took part in a discussion on the benefits of early prostate cancer detection as part of an awareness event at Parliament House in Canberra. “In light of family history with prostate cancer, I was thankful for the opportunity to have a PSA blood test. “Unfortunately, a lot of men don’t get checked until it’s too late when all it takes is a simple blood test. Talk to your doctor about being tested. It might just save your life.” Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australian men with 20,000 diagnoses and close to 3300 deaths each year. The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia told the event that it was aiming to encourage men over 50 to talk to their doctor about being tested at their next health check-up. The foundation recommends men at 40 to get a check, if they have a family history of the disease.


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What’s On in our community ❯❯ Dining, what’s on, bands and more… Brought to you by Open invite for singing rehearsal Cranbourne Chorale invites Casey residents to come and “Sing for Your Supper.” On Wednesday 11 October, the choir is holding an open rehearsal for anyone interested in singing to come along and experience the pleasure of singing in a group. The choir’s motto is “Fun, Friendship and Great Music”. ■ Time: 7.30pm, 11 October. Venue: The Factory, Rehearsal Centre for the Arts, 65 Berwick-Cranbourne Road (behind Casey RACE). The evening will end with supper at 9.30pm. Bookings: Call Jennie on 0417 567 125. Fiddlers Green Retirement Village Market Day Everyone is encourage to attend the retirement village Market day with stalls from jewellery to crafts, Christmas cakes, second hand goods, clothes, gifts, handmade goods, fresh fruit and vegs, plants, sausage sizzle, Devonshire tea and more. * Venue: Community Centre Fiddlers Green Retirement Village 57 Gloucester Avenue, Berwick. Date: 18 November 9am-2pm. Supper Dance with Music by ‘Crash the Party’. Book your tickets now to join in this fun, party night. Crash the Party plays great music from several decades. Desserts, tea and coffee provided for supper. BYO nibbles and drinks. This is a fund-raiser event hosted by Casey Choir, with raffles, prizes, auction items and lots of fun. Date: Saturday 28 October. Venue: Akoonah Park Function Room. Princes Highway, Berwick 3806. Tickets: $35 - Bookings: Phone 0403 012 453 (Gerlinde)

St Andrew’s Book Fair A huge number and variety of pre-loved and new books will be for sale at bargain prices at St Andrew’s Uniting Church Berwick. Andy’s Cafe will be open on Saturday. The proceeds of the book fair will go toward the Community Services of the Uniting Church. ■ Venue: St Andrew’s Uniting Church. 105 High Street Berwick.(on the service road). Date: Friday 6 October from 4pm to 8pm and Saturday 7 October from 8.30am to 2.30pm.

Hampton Park Bowls Club The club is holding a try bowls day. Come by yourself or as a family to learn and play lawn bowls. Pink Ribbon Day lunch is our breast cancer fund-raiser which will be held on Thursday 12 October. This is a great cause to support. ■ Sunday 8 October and 15 October. Starts at 10am. Hampton Park Bowls Club. Corner of Narellen Drive and Pound Road, Hampton Park. Melways 96 E6. Ph. 9702 8038

Everything about Australian birds National Bird Week 2017 is celebrated from Monday 23 October - Sunday 29 October. Register and join in the celebration at RBGV Cranbourne Gardens. This will be an excellent workshop. We have been able to gain a range of experienced interested presenters who will lead us to a greater understanding of Australian birds, their behaviour, their requirements and their conservation. ■ Sunday 29 October. Elliot Centre and Australian Garden Auditorium, RBGV Cranbourne

Library Book Sale: The Friends of Hampton Park Library are having a book sale at the Arthur Wren Hall, Stuart Avenue, Hampton Park, next door to the library. The books will be priced between 50c to $5 and all proceeds will go towards supporting events and programs for Library users, and also purchasing special equipment for the library. ■ Saturday 7 October from 9.30am to 1pm. Venue: Arthur Wren Hall, Stuart Avenue, Hampton Park. 164628 Gardens. 7.30am to 3pm or 9.30am to 3pm (dependent on choice of sessions).Costs for the 7.30am - 9am (including Breakfast) Presentations Session: Members $80. Nonmembers $90. Students $40. Presentations Session in Auditorium only from 10am - 3 pm: Members $60. Non-members $75. Students $30. Register and pay via the Booking Form available at: www.rbgfriendscranbourne.org. au. For further information Contact Amy Akers: 0423 513 281.

Indoor bowls Everyone is welcome to attend indoor full size regulation bowls. Enjoy a cuppa afterwards. ■ Every Friday morning at 10am at Cranbourne Indoor Sports Centre, Smethurst, at Cranbourne. Phone Ron 5990 9048. Mob. 0411 126 946. Bowls supplied. Cost $5.

Car boot sale St James Anglican Church Dandenong is hosting a fund-raiser with a car-boot sale for much-needed funds for various community works. The church is having a combined car boot sale, cake sale and furniture ■ 55 Langhorne Street, Dandenong. Saturday, 7 October, 8.30 am-2pm. Car boot stalls are $15 which includes a large table. A second table is available at $5. Access for such is from McCrae Street, Dandenong, next to the tennis court. Any inquiries can be directed to Charles Andrews on 9774 0133 (a/h) or text on mobile 0412 221 652. Picture book launch Author Chris Mawson will launch his latest children’s book “Rocky the Roo and the big bushfire”. The event includes the book reading and face painting. And a signed copy if you buy the book. ■ Berwick Library, 15 High Street, Berwick. Saturday, 7 October at 10.30am. Historical fiction session Lose Yourself in Historical Fiction at the Berwick Mechanics’ Institute and free Library. Award-winning writers Barbara Gaskell Denvil, Kathryn Gauci, and Wendy J. Dunn will share their experiences of writing and researching historical fiction. With each writer specialising in a different period - Medieval, Tudor, Byzantine - it will be an interesting afternoon of readings and discussion about their lives as writers. ■ Berwick Library, 15 High Street, Berwick. Wednesday 4 October 1pm to 3.30pm. Spring plant sale Spring plant sale of Australian plants for the Growing Friends group of the Cranbourne

Friends of the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Inc. A great opportunity to purchase plants and look around the Australian Garden. -Plant sale dates: Saturday and Sunday 14 and 15 October. Times: 10am - 4pm. Location: Royal Botanic Garden Victoria - Cranbourne (Cnr Ballarto Road and Botanic Drive, Cranbourne) A wide range of Australian plants in tubes and larger pots will be for sale - priced from $3.

Bumble Bee Baby and Children’s Market Our markets attract a great crowd of parents, expectant parents, grandparents and carers on the hunt for high quality pre-loved, handmade, and new goods at reasonable prices. Service providers are also welcomed to highlight themselves within their local community. Anything related to little ones, ranging from maternity to primary school aged products services is welcomed: clothing, books, toys, high chairs, prams, nursery items, and activity sets. Mums Supporting Families in Need will be hosting our fund-raising cake stall for this event and the organisers would love to have a great crowd. Berwick Fields Primary School. Sunday 15 October. Time: 9am-noon. Entry: Adults $2. Children free entry. Free parking on site. Stallholder applications are now open via: https://www.trybooking.com/book/ event?embed&eid=314439

Garage sale Warneet Blind-Bight Fire Brigade will run the 11th Annual Community garage sale. With an estimated 50 plus garage sales on the day there will be plenty of bargains up for grabs. Entry is a gold coin donation. A variety of activities include sausage sizzle, coffee van, jumping castle, CFA Community Education Trailer, Casey 360 bus. Registration forms available from 1 October. $10 registration fee required no later than 12 October to get on the map. ■ Saturday 14 October, 8am. Warneet BlindBight CFA unit. Phone 0438 048 116 or Facebook Warneet Blind- Bight CFA.

Antique and collectable fair The Riding for the Disabled Doveton Myuna Farm centre (RDA) is holding a Berwick Antique and Collectable Fair as a major fundraiser for our centre. You can have your treasures valued by well-known valuer David Freeman from noon until 3pm at a cost of $5 per item - No jewellery, coins or stamps. ■ Sunday 15 October. 9am-4pm. Berwick Leisure Centre - 79 Manuka Road, Berwick.

Entry to Fair is $5. Children free. Lunch and refreshments available. Inquiries to 0432 869 215.

Cancer fund-raiser Bark for Life is a unique event which celebrates the ‘pawsitive’ role dogs play in supporting those with cancer, while raising vital funds for cancer research, prevention, information and support services. We welcome any dog lovers to join the ’Tales of Fluff’ team for Bark for Life. ■ Sunday 29 October, 2017. 10am at Jells Park South (Ferntree Gully Road, Wheelers Hill).

Pottery for kids Kids will be introduced to different types of clay, firing techniques and then create their own decorative masterpiece at this school holiday workshop. Suitable for six years and over. ■ Thursday 5 October, 1.30pm-3pm pm at Oakgrove Community Centre, 89-101 Oakgrove Drive, Narre Warren South. Cost: $30. Details: 9704 2781 or office@oakgrovecc. org.au

Support Hampton Park Uniting Place offers many opportunities for people to make new friends and help contribute to the well-being of others. The range of supportive groups are also offered for people to become involved in, such as ‘Carers Hub’ on Tuesdays which is welcoming space for carers to join together and receive support and information from professionals. The group also enjoy a twocourse meal together. ■ Hampton Park Uniting Church. 1 Coral Drive, Hampton Park. Activities can be viewed on our Facebook page. If you would like to trial in assisting others at any of our activities, contact Farrah or Jo via email on: narrehamptonparkuc@bigpond.com or call on 9799 7994. ACE - Aiding Casey Education Aiding Casey Education Foundation is a notfor-profit foundation which exists through donations. The ACE Foundation vision is to assist students of any age (although predominantly Years 6-12) in the City of Casey who are experiencing significant challenges in their educational pursuits. These challenges may be either cultural, language, socioeconomic, or physical of family fracture related. ■ The foundation is currently seeking donations of money or items that can auction at dinner on 21 October 2017 at Cranbourne Turf Club. Contact Teresa on 0459 520 010 or email acefoundation@trcgp.com.au

Friends for a cause Berwick Evening View Club meets monthly, and welcomes new members. The club raises funds to support the Smith Family’s Learning for Life program. The club aims to provide an opportunity for women of all ages and backgrounds to make new friends while supporting a good cause. ■ Meetings on third Monday of the month, 7pm at the Beaconsfield Hotel, 1 Princes Highway, Beaconsfield. Details: Kay 9769 7762.

Got a fundraiser? We’ve got the BBQ. At Coles we believe in giving something back to the communities we work and live in. We’ve launched the Coles Community BBQ at Coles Berwick Southside & Parkhill Plaza to support our local schools, - Each Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 2pm right out the front of the store (Sunday only for Parkhill Plaza). - We’ll help you with the BBQ and gas bottle and

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Beat the best to become the racing royalty Those who want to add some speed to their school holiday fun can head to the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Go Kart track and take on the challenge to ‘Slam-Dunk Daniella’s Go Kart Record’ in the new French Sodi RT8 Evo2 go karts which have just arrived from Europe. So who is the fleet-footed Daniella? She’s the Phillip Island Karting Queen and in years of go karting at the Island, it is none other than Daniella Daniels, the 23-year-old pre-school teacher from Narre Warren North who heads the record books for hot lap times in the Sodi karts. She managed a best lap time of 47.419 seconds on the 750 metre Phillip Island Go Kart track which is a replica of the world famous Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. “I just love go karting, it’s a passion of mine. I grew up with older brothers and our life was all about cars and

bikes and going fast. “I’ve never done driver training, I just get out there and go,” Daniella said. “The new go karts are super special and as the holidays go on, they’ll get run it and they’ll pick up even more pace. It’s a ton of fun and I can’t wait to get back on track.” Phillip Island Go Karts is open every day of the school holidays, so visitors have until 8 October to make their mark, and there are daily prizes to be won. Each day the fastest competitor will win two 10-minute go kart sessions. Those who set the fastest time of the two week school holidays and beat Daniella’s 47.419s mark and bolt to the top of the podium will be graced with the title of Phillip Island’s Go Kart King or Queen and win two 10 minute sessions for themselves and two mates. With state-of-the-art seats and pedals fitted, the go karts can be custom fit for

drivers, but competitors have to be 12 and over 140cm in height to drive. Go karting at Phillip Island is super fun for adrenalin junkies through to novices. Drivers can race the clock or one another and push out a series of hot laps in their quest to set the day’s fastest lap. Lap time print outs are provided for each racer. Times can even be posted to a driver’s own Facebook site, allowing any top gun to enjoy maximum bragging rights. The go kart track is open from 9.30am until 5pm every day of the holidays. No bookings required. Go kart sessions are run in 10 minute blocks, starting at $35 for a 10-minute session, $60 for two 10-minute sessions and $80 for three 10-minute sessions. For further information visit www. phillipislandcircuit.com.au.

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Your Health Your Image Here at Berwick Shapemaster we offer you power assisted exercise in a relaxed and friendly environment. Unlike conventional exercise equipment, Shapemaster does not rely exclusively on muscle power but uses an electronic power system that enables our clients to work passively or actively, depending on their starting point. Our equipment is suitable for anyone who is looking to increase their wellbeing, improve mobility, flexibility and strength, regardless of age or fitness level. Please call Dee and our friendly team to find out more and book your 5 day free trial.

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Band thrives on live heat By Cam Lucadou-Wells There’s been little time to sit back and relax for Berwick band Social on the Veranda. The four-piece indie rock outfit made up of Conor Bermingham (vocals/guitar), Ben Rohy (guitar), Brent Morrison (bass) and Jesse Porter (drums) have been together for just 11 months. In that time, the up-and-coming 18-year-olds won the Casey Battle of the Sounds, progressing to the regional heats of the FReeZA competition. They have created their first single, and are set to launch their first EP, Caught in the Chaos. Bermingham, who grew up in Ireland, said the group was influenced by British rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen. As they played, the band quickly congealed into a “really cool energy”. He says Social on the Veranda thrives on live shows. Its albums are a platform to play to an audience, and provide feel-good music with universal appeal. “It’s not a really ‘me’ genre. We try to make it so that everyone will listen to it and enjoy it. It’s simple songs that people can relate to.” At the recent Battle of the Sounds, the audience reciprocated by voting the band as the crowd favourite - along with winning the favour of the judges. Some of the group are finishing off Year 12 studies but they’ve managed to cram in a few gigs across the breadth of greater Melbourne. Sadly, none in Casey as yet - but Bermingham hopes they can play at Hallam Hotel after its revamp. “We’re going to take it as far as we can. “Our main goal is to write good music and meet as many good people on the way. “We’d love to travel the world, I suppose.” Brent Morrison, Jesse Porter, Conor Bermingham Social on the Veranda launches its EP, and Ben Rohy. Caught in the Chaos at Matthew Flinders Hotel on Friday, 13 October at 8pm. Bookings: trybooking.com/book/event?eid=319590. More Jesse Porter, Conor Bermingham, Ben Rohy and Brent Morrison are set to launch their first EP. details: facebook.com/socialontheveranda

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Tiger’s eye on fresh prize By Garry Howe Richmond star Dustin Martin made a clean sweep of the AFL’s silverware this season - with the Brownlow, Norm Smith, Jack Dyer, Gary Ayres and premiership medals all hanging around his heavily tattooed neck. Now the Tiger great has his eye on one of Australian racing’s most sought-after trophies as a part-owner of VRC Derby hopeful Main Stage. Martin and a few Richmond team-mates have a share in the promising three-year-old stayer, in the care of the in-form training combination of Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young at Cranbourne. Main Stage is a 10-1 third favourite in early betting for the blue riband event to be run at Flemington on Saturday, 4 November. “Dustin and a few of the other boys got a syndicate together,” Busuttin told the News this week. “They all came out and saw the horse a couple of months back. “Hopefully some of the luck Dustin has had lately rubs off on the horse. “He is running well and is shaping up as a genuine chance in the Derby.” Main Stage won at Kilmore on 9 September and has been placed at his other three starts, including his last start at Flemington on 27 September in the Derby Trial over 1800m, beaten by a lip by the Anthony Freedman-trained Tavistock Abbey. They staged a two-horse war up the Flemington straight and finished four lengths clear of third-placed Mutameyel from the Hayes Dabernig camp. Busuttin said Main Stage would run in the listed UCI Stakes at Flemington this Saturday over 1800 metres and would then have another run in either the Caulfield Classic or AAMI Vase before the Derby. Main Stage was sired by the aptly-named Reliable Man - an omen if there ever was one for Martin’s growing legion of Richmond fans. “The type of horse he is and his pedigree makes him an ideal Derby horse.” The Busuttin-Young stable is no stranger to Derby success, with Tavago beating subsequent Caulfield Cup winner Jameka in the BMW Aus-

Australian Derby winner Tavago is 13th in order of entry for the Emirates Melbourne Cup for the Cranbourne training combination of Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young. tralian Derby 2400 at Randwick on 2 April last year at his first Australian start. Tavago franked that form by winning the Sky High Stakes at Rosehill this autumn carnival, beating the highly-fancied Chris Waller import Antonio Giuseppe, and finished ninth in the JRA Cup at Flemington last Sunday at his second start this campaign. He is currently 13th in order of entry for the Emirates Melbourne Cup on 7 November, but Busuttin says this may not be his year. “He is certainly well down the pecking order for the cup,” he said. “We threw him in there as a nomination because you never know.” Busuttin and Young look like having a tilt at the local feature, with the well-performed Anaheim likely to head towards the $300,000 TAB Cranbourne Cup on Sunday 15 October. The recent Flemington winner mixed it in the best three-year-old company in the autumn and certainly didn’t disgrace himself, according to the trainer. “He’s a big chance of going to the Cranbourne Cup,” Busuttin said.

Dustin Martin has cleaned up the AFL silverware this year - and now has his eyes on the VRC Derby trophy as a part-owner of Cranbourne-trained hopeful Main Stage.

The well performed Busuttin-Young stayer Anaheim is likely to head to the $300,000 TAB Cranbourne Cup on Sunday 15 October.

Main Stage, right, is nosed out by Tavistock Abbey in the Derby Trial at Flemington.

Falika steps up to the memory By Garry Howe Next Friday night could be an emotional one for Cranbourne trainer Greg Eurell as he saddles up his first runner in a race named in honour of his illfated champion mare Pinker Pinker. Cranbourne Turf Club introduced the feature race for mares in honour of the 2011 Cox Plate winner to headline the opening night of its two-day Cup Carnival five years ago. That was soon after Pinker Pinker died from an allergic reaction to treatment only months after claiming the time honoured Moonee Valley classic. Eurell was thrilled that the club chose to honour Pinker Pinker in that way, but has never had a horse ready and capable at the time of the race. Until now that is. Last start Flemington winner Falika will finally fly the Eurell stable flag in the Pinker Pinker Plate next Friday night, 13 October. “It’s a race that has eluded me over the past few years,” Eurell told The News. “I would have loved to have had a runner, but I’ve never had anything around that mark at that time of year.” This year the promising Falika fits

Pinker Pinker wins the 2011 Cox Place with former Cranbourne jockey Craig Williams aboard.

Falika wins at Flemington to earn a crack at the Pinker Pinker Plate on her home track next Friday.

the bill perfectly - coming off a Flemington win and having won at Cranbourne over the Plate distance - and has been set specifically for the race. Eurell said it would mean a lot to the stable if Falika were to salute. “To have a race named after your first Cox Plate winner is very meaningful - and the fact that we lost her soon after that makes it even more meaningful,” he explained. Eurell remembers the tragedy like it was yesterday. Pinker Pinker was being prepared for a trip to Sydney when she had an anaphylactic reaction to a treatment

administered by a veterinarian. “It came as such a shock,” he said. “I was on my way home from Sandown (races) on the Wednesday and I got a call from my foreman, who was in tears. I thought that can’t be good. “One minute you’re preparing for a trip to Sydney and the next you’ve lost one of the best horses you have had in your career.” To compound the grief, one of Pinker Pinker’s owners David Kirby passed away soon after. “There would be mixed emotions (if Falika was to win) - there’ s no doubt about that.”

Cranbourne trainer Greg Eurell with stable star Pinker Pinker and his Cox Plate trophy soon after the 2011 victory.

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QUIZ NUMBER 1578 1. WHICH Aussie golfer won the ‘fifth major’ - the Players Championship - in 2004? 2. WHO holds the record for most career goals for the Socceroos? 3. WHICH champion swimmer later became head of television sport on the ABC? 4. WHICH Wimbledon and Australian Open tennis champion was born in Kingaroy, Queensland? 5. WHO was the first Australian to win a world surfing championship held in another country? 6. HOW many times has the United States hosted the Olympic Games? 7. WHICH sport achieved the highest television ratings in Australia in 2016? 8. WHO was the youngest player to score a cricket century for Australia? 9. IN which event did Debbie Flintoff-King win gold for Australia at the 1988 Seoul Olympics? 10. DICK Thornett represented Australia in rugby league, rugby union and which other sport? 11. WHICH Australian Olympic gold medal runner became an executive with an American bank? 12. WHICH Australian cricketer’s career was wrecked when he was no-balled for ‘throwing’ in a Test in 1964? 13. WHO led Victoria in both Australian Rules football and cricket? 14. WHO is the only non-athlete to win the ABC Sports Award? 15. WHICH golf course did Jack Nicklaus re-design for the 1977 Australian Open? 16. IN which sport do players ‘bunt’ and ‘slide’? 17. WHICH famous sporting team is known by the initials ‘Q.P.R.’? 18. WHICH horse was ridden to victory by John Letts in the 1972 Melbourne Cup? 19. WHAT is golf’s Canada Cup now known as? 20. WHICH batsman was dropped from the Australian Test cricket team after the failed 2005 Ashes campaign?

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DDCA SEASON PREVIEW – TURF 1 Summer’s favourite sport in cricket will return to the local area on Saturday, with another massive season ahead for the Dandenong District Cricket Association. The competition is set to become even fiercer with the quality of sides in this year’s Turf 1 raising to another level. Will Mordialloc go back-to-back? Can Berwick or Springvale South make the most of their highly talented squads? Or will another challenger emerge? TURF 1 SEASON PREVIEW - 2017/18 BERWICK Coach: Will Carr Captain: Jarrod Goodes Last Season: Sixth Most Runs: Jarrod Armitage, 10 matches, 395 runs at 39.50 Most Wickets: Jarrod Goodes, 11 matches, 27 wickets at 12.44 and Jarrod Armitage, 11 matches, 27 wickets at 16.22 Ins: Matthew Chasemore (Cranbourne), Jordan Cleland (Cranbourne), Jye Driscoll (Dandenong), Lachie Lawrance (Returning) Outs: Nil Home Base: Arch Brown Reserve, Berwick Turf 1 premierships: 6 Most recent premiership: 2011/12 First Match: vs Dingley, 7 October, Souter Oval How far can they go? Despite possessing one of the most talented lists in the competition last year, the Bears fell short in their quest for a finals spot in what could be deemed as an unlucky season. Want to know how they plan to climb back up the top? By recruiting one of the great Victorian club cricketers of all-time in Matthew Chasemore. Add that to Nathan Pilon, James Wilcock, Jordan Cleland,

349 runs at 31.73 Most Wickets: Luke Fletcher, 11 matches, 22 wickets at 14.82 Ins: Jurgen Andersen (North Dandenong), Greg Todd (Bentleigh) Outs: Jake Cronin (Narre Warren), Steve Mullaney, Luke Fletcher Home Base: Park Oval, Dandenong Turf 1 premierships: 2 Most recent premiership: 2012/13 First Match: vs Narre Warren, 7 October, Park Oval How far can they go? Buckley Ridges are simply a club that knows how to be there at the pointy end of the season, this year is likely to be no different. The two overseas recruits in Steve Mullaney and Luke Fletcher return to the UK for County Cricket commitments, but gaining star pair Jurgen Andersen and Greg Todd are going to ensure they are right in the mix once again. There are very little holes in their side, and possess a vast array of junior stars that are likely to get a taste of Turf 1 cricket in 2017/18. CRANBOURNE Coach: Steve Miller Captain: Lucas Ligt Last Season: Seventh Most Runs: Steven Spoljaric, 10 matches, 681 runs at 85.13 Most Wickets: Steven Spoljaric, 10 matches, 25 wickets at 18.40 Ins: Kelan Florentine (overseas), Jawed Hussaini (Narre South) Outs: Matt Chasemore (Berwick), Steve Spoljaric (Springvale South), Jordan Cleland (Berwick), Mitch Hovey (Narre South) Home Base: Casey Fields, Cranbourne Turf 1 premierships: 2 Most recent premiership: 2015/16 First Match: vs Dandenong West, 7 October, Greaves Reserve How far can they go? It is inevitable that when over 1200 runs and 40 wickets are taken out of any cricket side, that there will be at least some short term pain. The Eagles - rather than look to cover the losses of Spoljaric and Chasemore with outside talent - will back in their developing talent under new skipper Lucas Ligt. It’s going to be a tough season and the Eagles will be desperate to be competitive as they look to introduce some younger players into the top grade. DANDENONG WEST Coach: Shanuka Dissanayaka Captain: Shanuka Dissanayaka Last Season: Tenth Most Runs: Greg Siwes, 8 matches, 207 runs at 25.88 and Shaun Weir, 11 matches, 207 runs at 18.82

Dandenong West will be hoping they can climb off the lower echelons of the Turf 1 ladder. 161454 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS Most Wickets: Peter Atkinson, 11 matches, 32 wickets at 19.09 Ins: Shanuka Dissanayaka (Footscray) Outs: Shaun Weir, Jason Dryden (Officer) Home Base: Greaves Reserve, Dandenong Turf 1 premierships: 3 Most recent premiership: 2000/01 First Match: vs Cranbourne, 7 October, Greaves Reserve How far can they go? The Bulls were extremely young for the majority of last season, and while they didn’t have the greatest season, would have been buoyed by the continual improvement of talented youngsters such as Ethan French and Riley Siwes - son of Westers champ, Greg. The inclusion of 152-game First-Class player Shanuka Dissanayaka - who also won the John Scholes medal for an extraordinary 175 not out for Footscray in the 2013/14 Victorian Premier Cricket grand final - means they finally have a batsman that can bat all day and pile on mountains of runs. Steady improvement and an ability to push the top sides will be a pass mark. DINGLEY Coach: Matt Hague Captain: Corey Booth Last Season: Eighth Most Runs: Matthew Hague, 11 matches, 507 runs at 46.09 Most Wickets: Jasenthuliyana Umega Chathuranga, 11 matches, 26 wickets at 17.62 Ins: Corey Booth (Hallam), Dinuka Hettiarachchi (overseas), Marc King (Oakleigh) Outs: Travis Sawers (Baxter), Jasenthuliyana Umega Chathuranga (overseas) Home Base: Souter Oval, Dingley Village Turf 1 premierships: 0 First Match: vs Berwick, 7 October, Souter Oval How far can they go? The Dingoes were highly impressive in their first season in Turf 1, and they are quietly confident they can be a force to be reckoned with in 2017/18. The coup of signing is Dinuka Hettiararachchi is massive, with the 41-year old having played test cricket for Sri Lanka and has taken 929 first-class wickets with his left-arm orthodox. Corey Booth joins the club from Hallam and will skipper the Dingoes, after averaging 103.33 with the bat in last year’s Turf 1 season. With Matthew Hague, Christo Otto, Andrew Dalby and Calvin Barlow still around, the sky is the limit.

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Cranbourne under new skipper Lucas Ligt are entering a new and youthful era. 161940 Picture: GARY SISSONS

Dingley loom as a dark horse in the Turf 1 premiership race. 162712 Picture: STEWART CHAMBERS

Narre Warren will be desperate to atone for a disappointing 2016/17 season. Picture: 163321 STEWART CHAMBERS

Springvale South will no doubt have to play with the premiership favourite tag this Picture: ROB CAREW season. 164417

Hallam will be hoping they can emulate some of their 2016/17 form. 165018 Picture: ROB CAREW

Buckley Ridges are always around the finals mark, and they will be hoping they can taste premiership glory. 165884 Picture: ROB CAREW

Mordialloc are the reigning premiers, and there is no reason why they can t go backPicture: ROB CAREW to-back. 166486

HSD are a dangerous proposition, and this year looks no different. 166486 Picture: ROB CAREW

HALLAM-KALORA PARK Coach: Steve Gilmour Captain: Steve Gilmour Last Season: Third Most Runs: Ben Hillard, 13 matches, 385 runs at 32.08 Most Wickets: Jordan Hammond, 13 matches, 27 wickets at 16.33 Ins: Thalaivan Sargunam (overseas), Dinesh Kumar (overseas) Outs: Corey Booth (Dingley) Home Base: Hallam Reserve, Hallam Turf 1 premierships: 2 Most recent premiership: 2001/02 First Match: vs Springvale South, 7 October, Hallam Rec Reserve How far can they go? A few handy additions will ensure the Hawks are battling for a finals spot once more, and the commitment of Steve Gilmour as captain-coach at the club once again means things are pretty stable. The loss of Corey Booth to Dingley does hurt in the short-term considering just how dominant he was with the bat last season, but the inclusion of Thalaivan Sargunam and the continual improvement of Jordan Hammond and the likes makes the Hawks a dangerous prospect. HEINZ-SOUTHERN DISTRICTS Coach: Trevor Davies Captain: Matthew Cox Last Season: Runners-up Most Runs: Kaushalya Weeraratne, 14 matches, 480 runs at 32.00 Most Wickets: Kaushalya Weeraratne, 14 matches, 32 wickets at 16.06 Ins: Nil Outs: Chadwick Van Estrop (work commitments) Home Base: Reedy Reserve, Hampton Park Turf 1 premierships: 0 First Match: vs St Mary’s, 7 October, Carroll Reserve How far can they go? There are few clubs quite as stable as the Cobras, with just one likely change to the starting side from last year’s grand final defeat. The club is ready to challenge for another premiership but is still committed to the continual development of some of its younger players. Although they may not possess the same talent as a Berwick or Springvale South, HSD are a proud club and one that will be thereabouts at the pointy end of the season. MORDIALLOC Coach: Adrian Jones Captain: Chathura Athukorala Last Season: Premiers

Most Runs: Ian Daniel, 13 matches, 506 runs at 38.92 Most Wickets: Ian Daniel, 13 matches, 38 wickets at 9.95 Ins: Peter McDermott (overseas), Tim Wighton (returning) Outs: Nil Home Base: Ben Kavanagh Reserve, Mordialloc Turf 1 premierships: 2 Most recent premiership: 2016/17 First Match: vs North Dandenong, 7 October, Lois Twohig Reserve How far can they go? The reigning premiers once again loom ominously, but the inclusion of County player Peter McDermott and the returning fast-bowler Tim Wighton mean the Bloodhounds are even stronger than their grand final winning side last year. Chathura Athukorala gets the chance to skipper, with club champion Stuart Squires to step down from the role and just play. The most exciting part of the Bloodhounds’ Turf 1 side is the opening combination of Ian Daniel and McDermott, who are likely to cause some headaches for opposition bowling attacks throughout the season. The club is confident they have what it takes to go back-toback, but know there is a lot of hard work ahead as every side seems to have improved. NARRE WARREN Coach: Craig Boswell Captain: Craig Boswell Last Season: Eleventh Most Runs: Janaka Liyanabadalge, 10 matches, 561 runs at 43.15 Most Wickets: Mitchell Shirt, 11 matches, 22 wickets at 19.91 Ins: Caleb Boswell (Jivindick), Leni Van Der Werff (Endeavour Hills), Jake Cronin (Buckley Ridges), Jeevantha Kukatunga (Overseas), Dilshan Dharmasena Outs: Matin Sultani, Mitchell Shirt (Dandenong), Damien Gamage (Dandenong) Home Base: Sweeney Reserve, Narre Warren Turf 1 premierships: 0 First Match: vs Buckley Ridges, 7 October, Park Oval How far can they go? The Magpies struggled to remain competitive for the most part of the 2016/17 season, and have lost three quality young players in Sultani, Shirt and Gamage for the upcoming season. The inclusion of Jeevantha Kukatunga is handy considering he has international experience in coaching Sri Lanka’s women’s side, but the club will be relying on its younger players to take the next step to remain a threat this year. They may surprise a few sides, but the likelihood is another tough year

might be on the way for the Magpies. NORTH DANDENONG Coach: Shane Lamar Captain: Nasrat Malikzada Last Season: Ninth Most Runs: Clayton McCartney, 10 matches, 261 runs at 23.72 Most Wickets: Jurgen Andersen, 11 matches, 28 wickets at 21.29 Ins: Asfan Thajudeen (Moorabbin), Shehan Fernando (overseas), Gayantha Wijethilaka (overseas), Mitchel Minhas (overseas) Outs: Jurgen Andersen (Buckley Ridges), Michael De Kauwe, Shane Clark (retired), Yash Pednekar (Caulfield Grammar), Alex Kerr, Zafar Sheikh (Casey South Melbourne) Home Base: Lois Twohig Reserve, North Dandenong Turf 1 premiership: 2 Most recent premiership: 1997/98 First Match: vs Mordialloc, 7 October, Lois Twohig Reserve How far can they go? It’s been a truly hectic off-season for the Maroons, who have been busy recruiting some experience into their young line-up. The loss of skipper Jurgen Andersen does hurt, while Zafar Sheikh and Yash Pednekar give the elite level a go, so some quality leaves Lois Twohig Reserve. But the inclusions of Moorabbin pair Asfan Thajudeen and Shehan Fernando, plus overseas duo Gayantha Wijethilaka and Mitchel Minhas add some instant quality. A finals appearance is not out of the question if all goes right, but has too much quality been taken out of the side to remain a legitimate finals chance? Time will tell. SPRINGVALE SOUTH Coach: Gordon King Captain: Craig Slocombe Last Season: Fifth Most Runs: Michael Vandort, 11 matches, 335 runs at 27.92 Most Wickets: Craig Slocombe, 11 matches, 20 wickets at 10.00 Ins: Steve Spoljaric (Cranbourne), Malinga Bandara (returning), Brad Stephens (returning), Matthew Blanch, Aaron Blanch (Drouin) Outs: Nil Home Base: Alex Nelson Reserve, Springvale Turf 1 premierships: 8 Most recent premiership: 2010/11 First Match: vs Hallam Kalora Park, 7 October, Hallam Rec Reserve How far can they go? The Bloods look a genuinely frightening opposition in 2017/18 after the recruitment of DDCA legend Steven Spoljaric and the return of former

Sri Lankan international Malinga Bandara. With skipper Craig Slocombe and Michael Vandort going around again, the line-up looks formidable on paper. Competition for spots will be fierce this season, with the Bloods managing to retain its core list while adding five players who will expect a Turf 1 berth. A finals appearance is almost a certainty, but they will have to play with the tag of premiership favourites all season. ST MARY’S Coach: Kaushalya Gajasinghe Captain: Kaushalya Gajasinghe Last Season: Turf 2 Premiers Most Runs: Rob Peat, 13 matches, 369 runs at 26.36 Most Wickets: Rob Peat, 13 matches, 43 wickets at 12.65 Ins: Kaushalya Gajasinghe (overseas), Ruwantha Kellapotha (Keysborough), Dimitri Siriawardena, Shakeel Ahmad Outs: Jake Needham (overseas), Rob Peat, Charith Anthony, Junaid Kari Home Base: Carroll Reserve, Dandenong Turf 1 premierships: 7 Most recent premiership: 2002/03 First Match: vs Heinz-Southern Districts, 7 October, Carroll Reserve How far can they go? It’s always a case of the unknown when the Turf 2 premiers step up to take on the big boys, and it’s very much the same when looking at St Mary’s - an almighty powerhouse of Turf 1 history in the DDCA. The Saints have a brilliant history in Turf 1 cricket, and return to the topgrade for the first time since 2011. The inclusion of high quality Sri Lankan first-class cricketer Kaushalya Gajasinghe as the playing-coach is a massive coup and gives them instantly star quality. The loss of last year’s premiership captain/ coach Jake Needham and all-rounder Rob Peat does significantly hurt them, but the club has put no ceiling on what they can achieve in 2017/18. PREDICTED LADDER Berwick Springvale South Mordialloc Buckley Ridges Dingley Hallam-Kalora Park Heinz-Southern Districts North Dandenong St Mary’s Dandenong West Cranbourne Narre Warren

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Jade Rawlings to coach Casey

By Nick Creely

By Nick Creely

There is genuine excitement at Perc Allison Oval ahead of the 2017/18 cricket season as Beaconsfield look to continue their emergence as a powerhouse of the DDCA. Club superstar Matt Golding - a professional cricket in the Minor Counties for Devon in the UK - has been appointed captain/coach, with club legend Dylan Freitag leaving the club to live in Brisbane for work. It’s only the start of a new era for a club that is building its senior and junior talent in the south-east. “It’s pretty cool thing to be able to do (coaching), especially being only 23 - I’ve got a bit of inexperience, but I hope to learn a lot about my cricket and help people along the way,” he said. The 23-year-old is entering his third season at the Tigers, and has scored 981 runs and taken 45 wickets in his first two years at the club, and brings home a wave of momentum after a stellar season with

Bovey Tracey in the Devon Cricket League’s Premier Division. “We actually won the league - I brought a few blokes from my club over here to play and hopefully that winning tradition can be brought here,” he explained. Golding has experienced the conditions that both Australia and the UK have to offer, and explains the differences and mindset in being successful anywhere. “Where I’m from, and especially

at Devon, they are known as ‘slow and low pitches’, and very front foot based and bowlers bowl really full and the ball swings around a bit - here is a lot stronger on the back foot, but at the end of the day it’s a game of cricket and if you respect the good ones and put away the bad ones you will find success,” he said. After being bundled out of the Turf 2 premiership race last year with Beaconsfield against eventual premiers St Mary’s in a semi-final, Golding hopes his fresh outlook on the game and the improvement of himself as a player will bring the ultimate success. “Everyone that plays cricket wants to win every game, but personally I want to make sure everyone is playing and enjoying themselves - obviously everyone wants to win the flag, there’s no point playing if you don’t want to, but my mentality is making sure everyone enjoys themselves, and at the end of the day, I believe that brings success.

“Last year I was pretty consistent but never really had any big scores - I got 30 about six or seven times after Christmas which was pretty frustrating, so I’ve worked on that and I was lucky to put up a few decent scores,” he said “I’m hungry to score runs because I get frustrated with myself when I’m below my standards.” The Tigers have been busy over the off-season recruiting, and after losing Freitag, Michael Mitchell and Shaun Van Dam, had to go to work to bring in some fresh talent. Fellow Bovey Tracey imports Josh Mailing - a star opening bat - and Will Christophers will add quality to the Tigers’ batting group, while Ruwantha Fernandopulle (Donvale), Michael Dunstan (Narre North) and Aloka Pathiranalage (Coomoora) have also joined the club. Beaconsfield kicks off it’s 2017/18 season with an away game against Coomora on Saturday 7 October.

Tsunami of news washes away the off-season By Russell Bennett, David Nagel and Nick Creely Though the football season is done and dusted for 2017, that hasn’t stopped a massive wave of news towering down over fans throughout the South East. AFL South East will pursue a full divisional model combining the MPNFL’s Peninsula and Nepean clubs in 2018, with the South East Football Netball League to join them from 2019. Divisions 1 and 2 will be implemented next season, made up of a mixture of Nepean and Peninsula clubs while the SEFNL competition will forge ahead with an eight-team competition in 2018 before joining the promotion-relegation system the following year. A fourth division is also on the cards for 2020 to help with the introduction of newly-established or transferred clubs. The SEFNL’s ninth club, Hampton Park, looks destined to find a new home after the Southern Football Netball League accepted its request to join in 2018. SFL chief executive David Cannizzo informed Redbacks president Mick O’Brien of the news last week, with the SFL accepting the club into Division 3 of its promotion-relegation structure. The Redbacks were keen to begin their SFL journey in Division 2 but have accepted the SFL’s decision. The next step in the process was to formally lodge a transfer request with AFL South East, the governing body of the South East Football Netball League - the Redbacks’ current home. O’Brien last week told the News that his club finally had a clear vision for the future. “We’re pleased that we’ve been accepted by the Southern Football League and into a divisional structure that provides the club with the opportunity to be competitive - and ultimately successful again,” he said. “We would have preferred Division 2, but we accept the umpires’ decision and move forward.” Hampton Park will only be allowed to recruit a maximum of one player from Southern Football League clubs for next year, while

Highly credentialed Melbourne assistant coach Jade Rawlings will coach the Casey Demons in 2018 after being appointed last week. The 40-year-old, who was a caretaker coach for Richmond in 2009, has been an assistant at Melbourne since 2012, looking after the defensive group. Rawlings has previously coached at Coburg in the VFL when they were aligned with Richmond. Justin Plapp - the man who took Casey to the 2016 VFL grand final - will now move into a full time coaching role at Melbourne. General Manager of Football Operations at Melbourne, Josh Mahoney, told melbournefc. com.au that the appointment of Rawlings will bring a wealth of experience to the VFL program. “We are very fortunate to have someone of Jade’s experience to be appointed to the position of VFL Senior Coach of the Casey Demons for next year,” he said. “The VFL program is a critical part of the development of our players and to have Jade with his experience and knowledge leading the team of coaches is a fantastic appointment for us. “Jade has formed an important part of our AFL coaching structure for a number of years, particularly in our defensive area and this is a great opportunity to add a broader skill set to his coaching career and running a full football program. “Jade will also become an important spokesperson for our football program in the region as we look to build a genuine pathway for boys and girls from a young age through to VFL and VFLW level.” Rawlings himself said he is extremely excited by the opportunity to once again coach his own side. “Since my time coaching Coburg in the VFL 10 years ago, I have always thought I would like to go back to coaching my own team,” he said. “Something I am passionate about is developing and teaching players to become the best they can, not only on the field but also in their personal lives.” Melbourne has also announced Peter Maynard as the new General Manager - Casey Football.

Allan Murray's Devon Meadows and Nick Marston's Sorrento will both be part of the full divisional Picture: ROB CAREW structure for 2018. 169599 the SFL’s acceptance is based on at least a five-year stay in the competition. Meanwhile, the Redbacks are embarking on a senior coaching change after Dean Warren informed the News that he and his staff had parted ways with the club. The former Redbacks coach said the staff and the club had parted ways last Sunday. O’Brien said the club is expected to make an announcement shortly, but wouldn’t be drawn on the nature of it. In other coaching news, Pakenham favourite sons Dean Blake and Michael ‘Jock’ Holland have joined forces at Nar Nar Goon in the West Gippsland Football Netball Competition. Blake will take the senior coaching helm for the next two seasons with Holland - a former Pakenham premiership and SEFNL interleague icon - assisting him. Exciting youngsters Trent Ar-

mour and Tyler Payroli recently finished first and second in the Goon’s senior best and fairest award, the Webster-Collins Medal. At Pakenham, co-captain Chris Cardona won the senior award from runner-up Liam Tyrrell. Beaconsfield also held its senior presentation night recently with champion ruckman Scott Meyer narrowly pipped from taking out his fifth straight senior best and fairest from Jake Bowd and Lachlan Modica. Young gun Tylah Stokoe - who played both seniors finals - won the reserves best and fairest, with Eddie Wilson runner-up. Under 19s co-captain Dan Coinu took out that best and fairest from joint runnersup Peter Alier and Luke Bettio, while Samantha Johnson followed up her league best and fairest with the ladies’ club best and fairest in a premiership year. Long-serving club secretary Debbie McManus was inducted as a

life Beaconsfield life member after her tireless service over the past 17 years in both senior and junior club positions. At VFL level, discarded former Melbourne captain Jack Trengove claimed the 2017 Gardner Clark Medal as the Casey Demons’ best and fairest at last Thursday’s club awards. Trengove, 26, was delisted by Melbourne after 86 AFL games, but had an outstanding season at VFL level with Casey, averaging 23 disposals across the year. AFL-bound forward Bailey Fritsch finished second, while Ben Kennedy (also delisted by Melbourne), Declan Keilty and Corey Maynard rounded out the top-five. Twins - and Beaconsfield products - Damien and Daniel Johnston remarkably tied for the Casey development squad’s best and fairest in their premiership-winning campaign.

Pauline Kempf has started the new bowls season with a bang, winning both the Casey District novice singles and the Peninsula Casey region title.

Bowls open it up The bowls season is just beginning, and already Narre Warren bowlers are coming to the fore. On the Pennant front, Narre Warren started the season quite well with both Division 2 and Division 1 (six a side) winning, with Division 3, however, having a loss. Recently Wilma Stevenson regained her Casey District Ladies Over-60s singles title, while Jim and Pauline Kempf won the Casey District Novice singles. Last Sunday Pauline went one step further to win the Peninsula Casey Region title. Playing at Cranbourne RSL, she converted a strong start to a convincing 21-4 win over her Rosebud opponent. Beside her, Jim fought hard and just went down 17-21. Pauline now goes on to play for state honours.

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Ranger PXII XLT FX4 4x4 Limited Edition Manual (White) AQE202

54,480

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Berwick Land Rover Corner Princes Hwy and Clyde Rd Berwick. Sales or Service call (03) 8726 1500. berwicklandrover.com.au LMCT11439

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GREAT SAVINGS ... ALL WITH VERY LOW K’S AND PLENTY OF WARRANTY

BERWICK FORD 749 Princes Highway, Berwick. Ph: 03 8768 2222

www.berwickford.com.au

LMCT 11263

^While stocks last. Terms and conditions apply, see dealership for details. 12367135-40-17


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DEALS! AMAZING

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ALL WITH SUPER LOW KM'S

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34 KANGAN DRIVE, BERWICK www.berwickhyundai.com.au

PH: 9707 1212

1. Lifetime Service Plan: For the benefit of Hyundai owners, Hyundai provides online quotes which specify the maximum price applicable for a vehicle’s next scheduled maintenance service at a participating authorised Hyundai dealer and using genuine Hyundai parts (where required). Online quotes are available at www.hyundai.com.au, apply for a stated effective period only and may change after that effective period without notice. Standard scheduled maintenance services are of limited scope. The benefit of online quotes is available for all Hyundai’s, for their lifetime. 2. Roadside Support Plan: Complimentary 12 months Roadside Support when you purchase a new Hyundai passenger vehicle (excluding rental buyers). Further Roadside Support extensions are available, each for 12 months from the date of a scheduled maintenance service at a participating authorised Hyundai dealer (unless vehicle is more than 108 months (9 years) from the original new car sale date, in which case entitlement to Roadside Support ends when vehicle reaches 120 months (10 years) from original new car sale date). 3. 5 year/unlimited Km warranty (4 Years Remaining): Applies to new passenger vehicles used for private/domestic purposes. Excludes vehicles used at any time for “commercial application” as defined in the vehicle warranty policy, for which a 5 year/130,000km (whichever occurs first) warranty applies. Refer to full warranty terms & conditions for details and exclusions. Find out more about all Hyundai iCare plans and offers, including terms and conditions, by visiting www.hyundai.com.au. 4. 1 Free Service: 1st paid service is free at dealership vehicle was purchased from. ^Finance based on 7 year term with $0 deposit at 9.99% per annum. #Finance based on 7 year term with $500 deposit at 7.95% per annum. Finance available to approved applicants of Macquarie Leasing Pty Ltd ABN 38002 674 982. Terms, fees and conditions apply. *Includes the next 2 scheduled CPS services free. Service booking must be at the participating dealership you purchased the vehicle from. LMCT11118.

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