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By Luke Voogt The Victorian Government has baulked at welcoming Bruce Harwood as mayor after sacking him with the rest of Geelong’s council in 2016. The Indy asked Local Government Minister Marlene Kairouz whether she welcomed Cr Harwood’s appointment this week but she instead raised the spectre of state-appointed monitors oversee- FROSTY: Marlene Kairouz. ing his new council. “The people of Geelong have elected their new council, marking an important return to democracy for the community,” she said. “Monitors will continue to help restore the services and good governance the people of Geelong deserve and they will remain in place until the general election in 2020.” Cr Harwood was one of four sacked councillors returned to office last month despite Ms Kairouz’s predecessor, Natalie Hutchins, calling for “fresh faces”. Ms Hutchins sacked the councillors citing a “culture of bullying”. Shadow local government minister David Morris congratulated the new mayor. “I hope that the minister would congratulate every new mayor across the state,” he said. Continued page 5

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Steep power price rises putting heat on business By Luke Voogt Geelong businesses are struggling to cope with rising power costs according the city’s chamber of commerce. “The lack of confidence around energy and energy pricing is causing a lot of angst around the business community,” said the chamber’s chief executive officer Bernadette Uzelac. “A lot of our members have (raised that concern) from the point of view of their day-to-day operations.” Ms Uzelac said many local businesses were already operating on tight profit margins due to “global competitive pressures”. “Any change in the cost of doing business is going to have severe consequences to businesses (and their ability) to survive ... and employ people.”

Ms Uzelac called for a national energy policy after industry advisor Tennant Reed last week warned that rising prices could cost Geelong 2500 manufacturing jobs. “I would hate to think that was the case but I think, potentially, it could be,” she said. “I don’t think we want to underestimate this.” The price rises affected a number of local small to medium business as well as hospitals, Ms Uzelac said. She warned that rising power prices impacting large, energy-intensive businesses could have flow-on effects for local suppliers. “When bigger businesses have to cut costs to accommodate energy price rises there’s obviously going to be impacts on their supply chain,” she said. Ms Uzelac called on the Federal Government to impose export controls on gas and introduce

more renewable energy sources. “It’s something that needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency,” she said. “Business needs certainty of supply. We’re at a critical stage where for some businesses it might be too late.” But she declined to comment on the State Government’s memorandum on gas. The State Government has banned onshore gas exploration until 2020 while the opposition has planned to lift the ban if elected in 2018. The Geelong Manufacturing Council had lobbied both governments and held workshops on energy saving options, said chief executive officer David Peart. “While it’s positive to see a level of uptake of energy saving measures by local industry, no one likes to see costs increase as it does go to the business bottom line.”

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In Brief School’s asbestos Potentially deadly asbestos in a building at an East Geelong primary school has led to a $1.5 million State Government fix. A new modular building would be constructed off-site before installation to help reduce health risks and lost teaching hours, said Geelong MP Christine Couzens.

Cheeseman returns One-term Corangamite MP Darren Cheeseman will contest the state seat of South Barwon for Labor next year. Ballarat-based Mr Cheeseman, who lost his federal seat to Sarah Henderson in the 2013 Abbott government landslide, won a preselection over Alison Marchant for the right to take on sitting Liberal Andrew Katos.

Canberra delegation The chiefs of the region’s five councils will travel to Canberra on Monday in search of federal funding for various projects, according to municipal lobby group G21. The organisation’s second Canberra delegation this year would meet “high-level department officials” on key projects, said G21’s Elaine Carbines.

Wanted hair Police believe a man with an outstanding warrant for affray may have cut his previously bushy hair to evade capture in Geelong. Investigators this week released an update image of Robert Tuipulotu (pictured), saying the solidly built 21-year-old could be hiding out in the vicinity of Queen St, Belmont.

Birth hearing A parliamentary committee investigating services for “high-risk” births will hold a hearing in Geelong on Tuesday, the State Government has announced. The committee would seek input from members of Geelong’s indigenous co-operative as part of the investigation’s “particular focus” on Aboriginal women, the government said.

Residents charged TALL POPPY: Award-winning Highton scientist Luke Henderson, centre, with research students Andreas Hendlmeier, Filip Stojcevski, Samantha Hockey, Laetitia Raynal, Dan Eyckens and Lucas Marinovic.

Mysteries and remedies leading the way for science Creating forensic crime scenes for primary school sleuths is just one way award-winning Highton scientist Luke Henderson makes science interesting. Associate Professor Henderson won a statewide award on Thursday for his treatment breakthroughs for diseases like tuberculosis and cancer - and his unique talent for communication. “I believe that making science accessible should be a part of every scientist’s life,” he said. “Great science needs to be well communicated if it is to provide the evidence-base necessary to shape critical policy decisions and industry investment choices. “For young Australians, science, technology,

engineering and mathematics education is critical for the nation’s future.” The Victorian Young Tall Poppy Science Award recognised Assoc Prof Henderson as one of the state’s most promising scientists for his work in minimising harm from cancer treatments. “Sometimes, undergoing treatment for cancer is as painful and crippling as the cancer itself and is only the slightly lesser of two evils,” he said. “This is because cancer treatments do not see a difference between cancer cells and healthy cells.” The Deakin University professor’s research focused on using “the destructive nature of cancer cells against themselves”. “Cancer cells divide very quickly,” he explained.

“This means they are unable to manage simple processes like ‘taking out the garbage’.” These characteristics allowed him to develop treatments that specifically targeted cancer cells and minimised the painful side-effects of cancer treatment. Assoc Prof Henderson graduated his PhD in 2007 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship with Oxford University before joining Deakin in 2008. He meets regularly with groups of high school students and hosted teachers and students in his laboratory for supervised lab work. Assoc Prof Henderson has attracted more than $13 million in funding to translate research into concrete outcomes.

A group of Drysdale residents has lost its fight against a special charge scheme seeking more than $250,000 to seal roads near their houses. The state planning tribunal ruled that the objectors’ nine dwellings on Station, Bridge and Crimea streets would benefit from improved driving conditions and less dust form the existing gravel road surfaces.

Ugly truth Ecosystems considered “brown and ugly” earn lower public conservation ratings than greener forests, according to new Geelong research. The results indicated that some important but “less picturesque” environments could miss out on vital projection, warned Deakin University researcher Heather Kelly.

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Torquay residents are up in arms over the threat of five-storey buildings in the beachside centre of their once-sleepy town. Fair enough, too. The Gold Coast can stay where it is. But has the horse already bolted on the town now referred to as Point Cook By the Sea? After all, the past decade or so of Surf Coast councils have overseen phenomenal residential development at Torquay. And a fair bit of commercial as well. Just last month the council squeezed extra allotments into plans for housing at Spring Creek, the very development of which most residents vigorously opposed in the first place. And then a few years back was the quiet introduction of the Surf Coast’s first high-density zoning - the same allowing skyscrapers in Docklands. Watch out Torquay north! All this has delivered a regional-city-sized population of 18,000 - and, according to forecasts, 28,000 by 2040. Hopefully they also sign petitions against high-rise development! With summer fast approaching, the usual flood of warnings about everything from fire danger to sunburn will get their annual run. But the flood began this week with a trickle of advice that was probably redundant for anyone with at least a shred of brain tissue between their ears. Yes, the Vision Eye Institute was on hand with its timely tips on … safe handling of champagne corks. Some readers will be surprised to know it’s not a good idea to open a champagne bottle pointed at the face of anyone nearby. And pointing the bottle at a wall is another no-no because, as the institute cleverly warns, “a cork can ricochet off a surface and

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Win turkeys and $100 ‘gift cards’ RECOVERY: Divers with the Light of the Age cannon in 1976.

And to finish with a question that nobody’s asking, but which might be worth answering whatever happened to the cannon recovered from the Light of the Age shipwreck in 1976? That’s what former scuba diver Marilyn Archer wants to know after a friend came across a picture of said cannon and its bearded retrieval team. “At this time diving and knowledge of shipwrecks was in its infancy, so it was a great discovery,” says an intrigued Marilyn. “What happened to this canon after all their effort? Was it restored, lost? “Someone out there might know.” Double Take checked the Victorian Heritage Council website, finding only that the cannon was “removed”, but not to where. Blast! A consolation at least was the council’s description of how the vessel came to be wrecked. “Captain drunk, ran ashore at night.” Not a bad effort considering he was on water at the time!

Gobble-gobble! ... yes, it’s time for Indy readers to get their giblets out with the annual return of Geelong’s favourite Christmas competition. Talkin’ Turkey’s back in 2017 with another five big birds to give away each week for the next five weeks. Thanks to the Indy’s mates at Corio’s A Cut Above Family Butcher, 25 lucky readers will have the chance to put some tasty turkey on their tables for a Christmas lunch to remember. All readers have to do is find the five turkeys hidden in separate ads in each week’s paper, starting this week. “Gobble-gobble,” cried Indy managing editor Tony Galpin. “Talkin’ Turkey’s the fun game anyone can play. Start searching the ads now in either the newspaper or our e-paper at geelongindy.com.au.” To go into the draw, entrants must supply their name and phone number along with the business names of the five advertisers with a hidden turkey each. To enter email indy@geelongindy.com.au, leave a message on Talkin’ Turkey hotline 5249 6721, or lodge in person at the Indy’s office, first floor, 7478 Moorabool St, Geelong. Entries for the five weekly Talkin’ Turkey draws close at 5pm on the Monday following each publication. But, wait, that’s not all! The Indy’s also giving away two $100 Markets Square Shopping Centre gift cards weekly for the next five weeks. That’s 100 smackeroos for 10 lucky winners to spend just in time for Christmas! Both competitions are part of the Indy’s Five Weeks of Christmas promotion, connecting Geelong traders with local shoppers.

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YES: Sharyn Faulkner, centre, joins revellers celebrating the result of the national same-sex marriage survey.

Big ‘yes’ vote for equality By Luke Voogt Moriac’s Sharyn Faulkner can finally look forward to her son tying the knot after Australia voted to legalise same-sex marriage this week. Her son Ned has been with his partner for three years and got engaged in April. “He’s already rung me and said ‘you’d better start planning a wedding’,” she said. Sharon joined hundreds of ‘Yes’ campaigners and revellers at the Piano Bar in Little Malop St on Wednesday night after the Australian Bureau of Statistics announced the result that morning. “It’s an awesome result,” she said before the champagne flowed. “I think it will be a great night.” Almost 72 per cent of Corangamite residents and 68 per cent Corio residents who voted in the survey supported same-sex marriage, well above

the national average of 61. “That’s a resounding result and Sarah Henderson needs to take note of that,” Sharyn said. “She definitely needs to be pushing for a nondiscriminatory Bill in Parliament. They need to be completely equal with the rest of Australia.” Australian anti-discrimination laws would protect religious leaders from being forced to marry same sex couples, she added. Stonehaven farmer Dave Formosa-Urquhart was thrilled with the vote, which further “cemented” his family as “socially acceptable”. “Who isn’t?” he said. “Well ... there’s probably a minority.” The 35-year-old had been with his partner for 15 years and together they had three children through surrogacy in India. “I’m glad (the vote) was positive,” he said.

“I don’t know how we would have told (our children) everyone voted against it.” The couple had been in a registered relationship, aka a civil union, for eight years but still lacked the same rights as married heterosexual couples. “(The Yes vote is) one step closer to getting the same rights,” Dave said. But, more importantly, the vote provided recognition of his family, he said. “There’s many different types of families at school now - families where parents have split up, where children are raised by their grandparents. “Our family’s a little bit different but the same.” The Indy was unable to obtain a comment from the Geelong branch of Coalition for Marriage.

From page 1 “I am sure that the Geelong community will draw their own conclusions from her refusal.” Mr Morris said the State Government had appointed monitors to “intimidate a democratically elected council”, given it had wanted to delay the election. The Opposition and the Greens blocked the government’s efforts to delay elections until 2020 in Parliament. “By keeping (the monitors) in office, the government is signalling that it doesn’t trust the community’s elected representatives,” Mr Morris said. Former mayor Darryn Lyons described Ms Kairouz declining to welcome his replacement as “incredibly disappointing”. “The government is threatening the mayor already - this is a major problem,” Mr Lyons said. “I’m absolutely appalled that the government keeps fighting Geelong because it doesn’t get what it wants.” The re-election of four sacked councillors reflected ratepayers’ “obvious” sentiment about the sacking, Mr Lyons said. Mr Lyons threw his support behind Cr Harwood, saying he would “fight for every dollar” from the state and federal governments. “Bruce is a great community man for Geelong and has much-needed experience.” Mr Lyons said he envied his former deputy’s new council. “It’s a great spread of views from Labor to Greens to conservative.” He also ridiculed the government’s appointment of ratepayer-funded monitors Peter Dorling and Jude Munro. “They’re getting paid exorbitant sums, more than the mayor for goodness’ sake! They’re all getting on the Labor gravy train.” The appointments set up the new council for conflict with the government, Mr Lyons warned. “That’s going to cause a lot of angst and people will be literally petrified. I think that’s appalling.” · New mayor’s concern over debt bomb - page 7

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City’s debt a concern, says mayor By Luke Voogt Geelong’s future debt could delay or stop City Hall projects, new mayor Bruce Harwood has warned. “Any debt concerns me,” he said on his first day on the job, in response to reports City Hall’s debt would triple in four years. The Indy revealed in September that the Geelong administrators’ final budget planned a loan balance of $125 million in 2020/2021, up from $45 million in 2016/2017. Mr Harwood said he would meet with the City’s finance department to determine what infrastructure “we can and can’t finish, and to what level”. “We’ll look at what the numbers tell us.” Geelong’s new councillors elected Mr Harwood and Peter Murrihy, who were a part of the council that the State Government sacked in 2016, at its first meeting on Tuesday night. Mr Harwood stood for mayor despite telling the Indy he was only interested in the “supporting role” of deputy mayor in September. But his election result and the response to his campaign motivated him to run for the position, along with “personal factors” he would not elaborate on. “That then gave me the confidence to discuss it with my colleges,” he said. “I think they saw myself and Peter as safe hands.” Mr Harwood pledged to be a “full-time mayor” and use his experience from previous terms as mayor to Geelong’s advantage. “I really want to help the newer councillors get up to speed really quickly. We’re 12 months behind ... we’ve got a lot of work to do.” Mr Harwood said his priorities would be economic growth, infrastructure and the Geelong Conference Convention Centre. “We’ve not been able to have a look at (the business case) yet but I’ll certainly be trying to get as much detail and information as I can.” Mr Harwood said international delegations could help Geelong to sell itself following the city’s admission to UNESCO Creative Cities Network. “We’re not just bound by Geelong anymore.”

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City Hall chief executive officer Kelvin Spiller has announced his resignation for 31 March despite a further six months remaining on his contract. Mr Spiller announced the resignation on Wednesday, saying March was the right time “for a new beginning” for the council. “November next year was too late for the next CEO to commence,” he said. He said the timing would allow his replacement to work on the City’s next budget and major projects with Geelong’s new council, which took up office on Tuesday. “My decision to resign should in no way reflect negatively on the new council. “In fact, I had given confidential notice of my intentions to the Local Government Department well before last night’s swearing-in process.” Mr Spiller started as acting CEO in June 2015 to fill the position left by the departure of Gillian Miles. “I decided to stay longer because I could see the organisation was in a period of instability and turmoil.” He held the position for more than two years and worked under Geelong’s administrators after the State Government sacked the council citing a “culture of bullying” in April 2016. “I know I am leaving the organisation in a much improved state compared to when I arrived,” he said. Mr Spiller looked forward to “taking a break in Italy or France for a few months” and said he would continue his work with a number of Geelong boards. He declined to reveal if he was moving onto another job.

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GREATER GEELONG CITY COUNCIL - NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL LAND UNDER SECTION 189 OF THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT 1989 (“THE ACT”) AND LEASE LAND UNDER SECTION 190 OF THE ACT The Greater Geelong City Council (“Council”) gives notice under section 189 of the Act that it intends to sell industrial land and notice under section 190 of the Act that it intends to lease industrial land that it owns in the Geelong Ring Road Employment Precinct (“GREP”). The GREP is located in Corio and Lara to the north of the Geelong Ring Road bounded by the Bacchus March Road on the west and the Geelong Melbourne rail line on the east. This notice to sell and lease industrial land relates the following allotments which may be sold or leased in whole or in part subject to any of the allotments being subdivided: • 120 Heales Road, Lara – certificate of title volume 10238 folio 139 • 130 Heales Road, Lara – certificate of title volume 10241 folio 554

• 164-200 McManus Road, Lara – Lot D certificate of title volume 11814 folio 999 • 220 Heales Road, Lara - certificate of title volume 11524 folio 106 • 8 Innovation Drive, Corio – part of certificate of title volume 11312 folio 903 and volume 11930 folio 725 being proposed Lot C on PS644419T • 16-18 Success Court, Corio - certificate of title volume 11626 folio 542 • Council owned land held in multiple titles on LP 13379 in an area sometimes described as the New Station Estate bounded on the south by the Geelong Ring Road and bounded on the west by Broderick Road. The land will be sold by private treaty or public process as appropriate and the

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purchase price will be determined having regard to the Council’s certified valuation of the land obtained under s189 of the Act. If prospective purchasers of any of the above allotments or any part of any of the above allotments seek access to the land prior to settlement of a contract of sale it is intended that the relevant contracts of sale will contain conditions allowing the purchaser / lessee to take a lease of the land from Council providing early access to the land to establish industries thereon. The terms of the lease will be determined by agreement between the Council and the purchaser / lessee. In accordance with section 223 of the Act, any person wishing to make a submission on the proposal may do so in writing not later than 19 December 2017.

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A person making a submission is entitled to request in the submission that the person wishes to appear in person, or to be represented by a person to be specified in the submission, at a meeting to be heard in support of the submission. Submissions must be addressed to Manager – Property and Procurement, Greater Geelong City Council, PO Box 104, Geelong VIC 3220. Any persons making a submission and wishing to be heard either personally or by a specified representative will be given that opportunity before a meeting of the Submissions Hearing Panel to be held at a time and location to be advised. All submissions will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Act. Submitters should note submissions are made available for public inspection upon request.

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TRAFFIC CHANGES 2017 RUN GEELONG

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TEMPORARY CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS - SUNDAY 19 NOVEMBER

TEMPORARY CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS SATURDAY 25 NOVEMBER AND SUNDAY 26 NOVEMBER

To safely accommodate the number of participants and spectators at the Cotton On Run Geelong event, road closures and special event needs will be in place from approximately 6.00am to 1.00pm. Start and finish times for the road closures and changed traffic conditions vary along the course. Please refer to the course map below. Major intersections along the events course will be managed by traffic controllers or the Police allowing motorists to cross when safe to do so. Emergency vehicle access will be maintained at all times. PUBLIC TRANSPORT ADVICE For information on the bus services operating on the event day visit www.ptv.vic.gov.au, www.mcharrys.com.au and www.cdcvictoria.com.au/cdcgeelong

In the interests of public safety, temporary changed traffic conditions will be in place for the Geelong Revival Motoring Festival taking place on Saturday 25 November and Sunday 26 November on the Geelong Waterfront and Eastern Park. Emergency vehicle access will be maintained at all times. TEMPORARY CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS ARRANGEMENTS While the event program is held over two days at Eastern Beach and Eastern Park, there is a requirement for some roads to be closed in the days leading up to and after the event. Please note that these times are approximate and may vary slightly. FREE WATERFRONT TRAIN

EASTERN PARK AND LIMEBURNERS BOAT RAMP VEHICLE ACCESS Access to Eastern Park and the Limeburners Boat Ramp is available via Limeburners Road between 6.00am and 1.00pm, or after 11.00am via Garden Street.

Spectators are encouraged to use the event’s free Waterfront train to move between event zones. For more information on the service contact info@geelongrevival.com.au FURTHER INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE Contact the event organiser on 5273 4777 extension 408 or email info@geelongrevival.com.au

FIND OUT MORE It’s not too late to register for Run Geelong. Visit www.runaustralia.com.au/ location/geelong/ The event raises funds for Barwon Health’s paediatric rehabilitation services.

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To ensure the safe conduct of the Pebble Island Launch, a section of Tate Street from Godfrey Street needs to be closed to motorists from approximately 2.30pm to 8.00pm.

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The event is open to the public and will include the launch of a public art installation and a street party with music, food and children’s activities. Commencing at 4.30pm on Thursday 23 November, the My Tribe: Pebble Island Launch is hosted by Bluebird Foundation.

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Wolfgang back on wheels By Luke Voogt Bell Park pensioner Wolfgang Klemenz has returned to the pedals after two knee replacements, thanks to a Geelong-based electric bike (ebike) trial. “I’d prefer to ride that bike rather than a mobility scooter,” he told the Indy on Tuesday. Wolfgang picked up the ebike from a Malop Street shop six weeks ago and rode 8km to his home after several years away from the pedals. “I was blowing like a stream train by the time I got home,” he said. “I was swallowing bugs because I had my mouth open.” But soon the 69-year-old was riding all over his suburb, enjoying bike tracks and back roads. “After the six weeks it was a lot better,” he said. “It was just a good feeling to get a bit of fresh air and get a bit of exercise at the same time. It was exercise which I could do with.” Wolfgang joined five other locals in the sixweek trial which was the first of its kind in Victoria, according to the RACV. The ebike used a small electric motor, with three levels of assistance to amplify the cyclists’ pedalling, Wolfgang explained. “It’s not a motorised bike - if you stop pedalling it will stop going,” he said. “It really goes pretty well up steep inclines.” Wolfgang had a knee replacement five years ago and another two years ago, which limited his cycling to an exercise bike in rehab. He discovered the trial in an RACV newsletter and thought “that sounds like, fun I’ll give it a go,” he said. Wolfgang recently handed back his ebike, which he credited for rebuilding his fitness enough for him to return to his normal bicycle. “If you can afford it I reckon they’re great,” he said. The RACV’s Dave Jones said data from the trial would help the insurance company better understand how customers could use ebikes.

ON YA BIKE: Bell Park pensioner Wolfgang Klemenz has returned to the pedals after a local ebike trial. (Joe van der Hurk) 175067

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City to get smart with wi-fi seating “Smart street furniture” with high-speed wifi will be among new high-tech amenities soon rolling out across Geelong, the Federal Government has announced. Streets lights that brighten to deter criminals and sensors indicating available parking spaces were some of the other upgrades to “switch on” Geelong as part of the city’s Smart Technology Project, the government said. Cities and Digital Transformation assistant minister Angus Taylor announced federal funding for the project on Wednesday, linking it to Geelong’s transformation from a “traditional manufacturing” city. Geelong’s council would “partner” Canberra and private operators to deliver the upgrades, Mr Taylor said. The Federal Government had contributed $415,000 from a Smart Cities and Suburbs Program to build on $518,000 so far from City Hall and its “private partners”, he said. “Smart street furniture will literally switch on the city, meaning residents and visitors can easily plug into a range of technologies (such as) charging your electric car, digital signage to assist the all-important tourism sector, street lights with sensors that react to anti-social behaviour,” Mr Taylor said. “The Smart Cities and Suburbs Program wants to support clever ideas that fix local problems like street crime and lack of connectivity and that can be replicated in other places, particularly in the outer suburbs of our cities and the regions. “We’re actively looking at projects to support the Geelong region transitioning from traditional manufacturing to a more diverse digital economy.” Federal Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson said the Smart Technology Project would “help drive innovation in Geelong”. “The Geelong region has a proud history of innovation, creativity, and smart technology, as recognised by Geelong’s recent induction into the UNESCO Creative Cities Network.”

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Symphony of collision a sure hit By Luke Voogt Geelong Revival organiser Nick Heath remembers a time when the waterfront car races were notorious for nasty crashes. “In those days there were just a few hay bales on the track - there were no safety barriers or anything,” the 52-year-old said. “The old man and I, and sometimes my brother, would just cruise down there to have a look.” Nick would watch cars zoom down the makeshift course in the Geelong Sprints from the waterfront lawns alongside hundreds of locals. “(I was) slightly bored, to be honest, because I was 12 and didn’t know what was going on.” But safety had come a long way since the shoddy standards of decades past, he said. “The cars are better, the barriers are better and safety is a long way better.” Nick was the right man to bring the event back in 2012, after a nine-year absence - racing runs in his veins. His father Daryl, who died last year, was a long-time racer and local Ford dealer. “Being the son of a car dealer you’re always around cars,” he said. Nick has followed in his father’s footsteps and still races today. He spoke to the Indy fresh off competing in the Historic Sandown race meeting on Friday. “I’m no great shakes as a racer, but I didn’t crash so it was a good weekend.” After the racing stopped on the waterfront in 2003, David approached the previous organisers to get it going again. But after a few years liaising with them he realised “I had no option but to do it myself ”. A year of planning went into reviving the iconic event, Nick said. “Just putting the event on is huge - it’s a bit crazy. If I had known then what I know now I probably wouldn’t have done it - so it’s lucky I didn’t.” But it was worth the effort to again take to the track in his Jensen Interceptor.

REVHEAD: Geelong’s Nick Heath gets ready to race in his Jensen Interceptor. “It sounds like an angry god, and that’s in street-legal form.” The racing genes have passed on to Nick’s only son James, who recently acquired a racing licence. “He likes cars,” Nick said. “His favourites are the 1969 Mustang and Ford GT40, both of which

are pretty acceptable cars. “He can race the Jensen, he just can’t drive it on the road due to P-plate rules.” V8 Supercar driver Dean Canto will join Nick on the track in a Renault Megane Trophy during this year’s Geelong Revival Motoring Festival.

Canto will put the V6 through its paces on the quarter-mile track for the Saturday and Sunday of the event. The motoring festival runs from 24 to 26 November and features food and vintage cars, caravans and outfits for revheads and the general public alike.

Greater Geelong City Council elections Declaration of results The following candidates were elected to the Greater Geelong City Council at the general election held in October 2017:

Kardinia Ward HARWOOD, Bruce (1st elected) NELSON, Ron (2nd elected) MURNANE, Pat (3rd elected)

Bellarine Ward ASHER, Stephanie (1st elected) MASON, Jim (2nd elected) SULLIVAN, Trent (3rd elected)

Windermere Ward AITKEN, Anthony (1st elected) GRZYBEK, Kylie (2nd elected)

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Tragic losses in horror weekend By Luke Voogt

GATOR AID: Sarah Allwood, Brit Davis, Kylie Toomey, Jacob Blakely and Stacey Ciach raise money for Run Geelong with Nelson Park mascot Gotcha Gator. (Louisa Jones) 174981

It’s a run for their money By Luke Voogt Nelson Park students joined the partner of Cats captain Joel Selwood and new Run Geelong ambassador, Brit Davis, raising money for sick children on Monday. “They loved it,” she said. “It was hot though there were lots of red faces.” Ms Davis, who is a teacher at the special needs school, described the day as an “awesome initiative” to bring Run Geelong to the kids. “A lot of them can’t make it or it’s too overwhelming for them,” she said. “It gives them a chance to participate at a community event but at their school where they’re comfortable.”

Ms Davis will join walkers and runners from across Geelong at the waterfront on Sunday raising funds for Barwon Health’s paediatric rehabilitation services. “It’s really important we look after our future generation and give them the best care that they can get,” she said. Fellow Run Geelong supporter Stacey Ciach joined Ms Davis at Nelson Park. Her daughters Ava and Mia are long-time child ambassadors for the event due to their rare health condition. “It’s my first year coming out,” she said. “The kids are so excited - it’s just a really beautiful thing to be a part of.” Nelson Park had run the event since 2015,

teacher Rachael Souter said. “Because we’re a special school a lot of kids have come through (Geelong’s) special care nursery,” she said. “All our families have been very generous and supporting - the first year we raised about $700.” Ms Souter hoped a bit of “star power” would help the school reach its largest total yet. “Having Brit definitely helps,” she said. “A lot of staff have been sponsoring kids and a lot have been chasing their own sponsorship outside of school.” About 80 teachers and staff monitored the students as they ran laps of the school’s oval. “We’ve got a lot of kids who need extra support - so it’s all hands on deck,” Ms Souter said.

Two people died and two others were fighting for life after four crashes in Geelong and the Otways last weekend. A Nissan 4WD rolled at Gellibrand just after 2.30pm Saturday, killing Barwon Heads teen Sarah Crimmins. The 4WD was travelling along Frys Road near Colac-Lavers Hill Road when the driver lost control of the vehicle, police said. Sarah, 16, was a student at Bellarine Secondary College and had just begun performing as a guitarist. She died at the scene despite her sister Louise, who was the other passenger, attempting to revive her. The driver, a 20-year-old man from Clifton Springs, and Louise sustained minor injuries. Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives interviewed the driver and released him pending further inquiries, a police spokesperson said on Monday morning. About the same time as the Gellibrand fatality a South Geelong crash claimed the life of a 36-yearold Warrnambool man. A white Holden Commodore station wagon was travelling east along Barwon Terrace near Bellerine Street just before 2.30pm, police said. Police believed a Toyota Lancruiser utility attempted to turn right into Bellerine Street when the collision occurred. Paramedics took the Warrnambool man, who was a passenger in the station wagon, to hospital where he died a short time later. No-one else was injured. Two other road users suffered critical injuries in unrelated crashes. That morning a car hit an elderly cyclist in Breakwater, throwing him from his bike. And that evening a car hit a pedestrian at high speed at Ocean Grove. Police urged anyone with information on any of the crashes to phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

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‘Fun’ design just missed Cup first By Luke Voogt Bell Park designer Ali Rauf narrowly missed top place at the Melbourne Cup in a prestigious, invite-only fashion competition last week. Ali’s equine-themed outfit beat more than 100 entries from across Australia to place second in the Fashions on the Field Design Award. “It was an absolute surprise,” he told the Indy. Highton model Alex Hecker wore the outfit, which featured 3D horses complete with clips and ropes for the reins and bridle. “I thought it was a really fun way to tie fashions on the field in with the actual reason the public gather for this occasion,” Ali said. “It’s a cheeky update on classic racewear with the traditional peplum and pencil skirt silhouette, reminiscent of the works of Dior and Chanel.“ Alex, who regularly models for designers at the Cup, cautioned Ali not to get his hopes up. “She’s been doing it for six or seven years,” he said. “To be honest we were really happy just to be showcasing.” So Ali was shocked when his entry beat eight of the 10 finalists in the prestigious competition. The Saudi-born fashionista’s love of horses inspired the unique outfit. He had painted the “majestic and powerful” creatures since he was a child, he said. “My first ever proper painting was a horse. I’ve just been obsessed with them.” Ali and business partner Luke Perkins spent a month creating the dress and hand-embroidering the shoulder pieces. “At the start it was too plain - it was just two white horses,” he said.

HOT TO TROT: Ali Rauf and Luke Perkins with model Alex Hecker, who wears their highly successful outfit at the Melbourne Cup. (Tony Collins)

But even after he added the bridle and reins it still sometimes took people a while to remark “Ah, they’re horses”, he said. Ali spent another fortnight on the feathered headpiece, which featured two ceramic horses. “People either go for a very extravagant headpiece and the outfit is simple, or the other way around,” he said. “But we wanted to do an outfit where you couldn’t tell which one was louder.” The Melbourne Cup introduced the designer-only award as they preferred entrants in the main event to select their own outfits, he explained. Ali spoke to the Indy’s sister publication, the Geelong Coast Magazine, earlier this year about his upbringing and fashion inspiration. He moved to Pakistan with his family when he was young and his father’s army career saw him travel the world. Ali studied in the US after high school, before earning a scholarship to Deakin and moving to Geelong to study architecture eight years ago. He launched his Bird Skin fashion label three years ago and had won several times at the Fashion Awards Australia since. More recently he was one of two Australians to make the final 32 of a fashion competition for the 250th anniversary of UK embroidery brand Hand and Lock. He came runner-up in the competition’s fashion hand embroidery category. Ali looked forward to “maybe relaxing a little bit” after a hectic few years. “We’re gearing up to get our next collection out for next year because (it’s been) so chaotic.”

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Letters 2500 jobs too much to pay Every day the media is saturated with glowing reports of how wind and solar are getting cheaper and that fossil fuels soon won’t be needed anymore for electricity generation. In the real world increasing amounts of renewables are destroying our once robust, reliable and cheap electricity system. In last week’s Indy, Australian Industry Group adviser Tennant Reed warned of Geelong losing 2500 more manufacturing jobs if prices continued rising. Geelong’s oil refinery recently forecast price rises of more than half, or $25 million, which would significantly impact its viability. Mr Reed said gas prices had doubled since 2014 and that closure of power plants and subsequent reliance on gas was responsible for the price increases. However, Mr Reed said not a word about highly subsidised renewables making fossil fuels less viable. Ten Australian coal-powered electricity plants with an output of around 5500MW have closed since 2011. This is equal to one quarter of total east coast electricity demand! Our reserve electricity generation is now critically low and blackouts are possible this summer. Around the planet China, India, Turkey, Vietnam, Japan, Indonesia, Philippines and the like are building nearly 1000 new coal plants that produce low-emission, low-cost, reliable, quality electricity while we build windmills churning out intermittent, fragile, junk electricity. In 2015 the Victorian wholesale electricity price was $30/MWh. In October it was $73/MWh and is projected to be $92/MWh next year. Mr Reed said: “Renewables coming online could help relieve prices”. And pigs might fly! Peter Rees Bell Park

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While Jukka Tuisku (Letters, 10 November) tinkered arithmetically to support the fraud that human-induced carbon dioxide is warming Earth, Luke Voogt’s front-page Indy story showed the damage to industry and its workers caused by sky-rocketing energy prices. That these prices are the result of intermittent and unreliable wind and solar energy forced onto the grid by the demands of green activists is well-known, and demonstrated by South Australia. The Victorian Government is not quite as brazen as our neighbouring state, which demolished its last coal-fired plant by blowing it up. The Victorian Government merely forced the closure of Hazelwood by tripling coal royalties and raising the renewable energy target to 40 per cent, the rate at which South Australia produces its blackouts. That the green demand for de-carbonisation means the end of base-load energy production from coal and gas, and therefore the end of all industry, is a feature of the green vision for the future. Tim Saclier Leopold

Buckets & Bouquets Bouquets to the schools that created the Christmas trees on display in Lt Malop St. The festive atmosphere continues the enjoyment my family had with the lighting of the Christmas tree, the fireworks and laser projections on City Hall’s façade last Friday. Geelong knows how to welcome Christmas. Snjez, Lara Buckets to Public Transport Victoria or whoever maintains Geelong Railway Station. It’s a black hole. The tiny transparent roof panels are dirty and useless. Large areas of Laserlite or similar should be installed, maybe replacing the whole roof. Let the sun shine in. RJR, Whittington Buckets to Not Foolish (Buckets & Bouquets, 10 November). Yes, some people can “enjoy a modest punt without ruining their lives”. Some people can probably also enjoy a modest hit of hard drugs without ruining their lives but I doubt it’s something you’d like to see advertised. Get Real, Newtown

Dispatch with greenie folly The Indy caught my eye with the front page story headlined, ‘Power shock to 2500 jobs as costs rise’. Thanks to environmentalists’ unproven assumptions, governments have been panicked into taking action on climate change. The direct result - the squandering of billions of dollars on renewable energy - has not only increased power costs but power supply has become less abundant. There is no gain to the nation by going ahead with any emissions reduction target, which will place a severe stain on the economy while perpetuating expensive green power and widespread power outages. When will renewable energy supporters understand the word ’dispatchable’? Wind and solar are not suited for baseload power and cannot power a modern economy. No Australian government plans to take over existing fossil fuel power stations or to build new ones. Until this is done we had better get used to inadequate power supplies when further coalfired power stations close because of preference given to renewables. Why do we continue the folly of funding renewables, which undermine our own economy? A good start for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in reducing energy costs would be to follow President Donald Trump’s lead in ditching the Paris Accord in the national interest. Alan Barron Geelong Climate Sense Coalition convenor

Privatised and plundered In these days of privatised power it is not uncommon for users to be direct-debited fortnightly amounts on their bills. At the block of 16 units where I live people pay anywhere from $30 to $50 per fortnight, some more, in an attempt to keep ahead of their bills,

Bouquets to wonderful Wayne at Belmont Library. Wayne is kind, helpful, friendly and a pleasure to deal with. Thanks so much for your generous assistance over the years, Wayne. Blanche, Belmont Buckets to Geelong voters for giving us a council that’s almost half members of the sacked mob. We needed change but you practically delivered the same old. Maybe the new members will have the numbers to give us something better. Angry Voter, Geelong West

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knowing they will rise always because of closed generators and so on. From a quick calculation based on a power company having one million customers it is easy to see that the company might have a fairly massive fortnightly income, which could yield substantial interest when placed on the overnight money markets or other investment options. The company would also be able to generate substantial credit, on top of actual monies on hand, for investments elsewhere. It seems obvious then that power companies make money hand over fist. Given the money in advance they receive, power bills should really be on the way down. Our power generators are majority foreignowned. Price gouging and over-the-top billing should not be allowed, especially since governments’ privatisation propaganda was based on the now seemingly false premise that “competition” would force prices down. That has turned out to be a falsehood, with the governments abrogating their constitutional contract to provide “peace, order and good government.” And no-one can say that good government means thousands of people in Victoria alone should have their power cut off over their inability to pay ridiculously expensive power bills. Gary Oraniuk Geelong West

Forcing the point Jukka Tuisku made his own logarithmic calculations on atmospheric CO2 in order to prove me wrong. Let me quote the late Professor Bob Carter, of James Cook University: “The first 20ppm causes warming of 15.3 watts per square metre; (the) next 20ppm causes warming of 2.9W/m2; (the) next 20ppm causes warming of 1.7W/m2 … (so) the first 60ppm produces a strong cumulative ra-

diation forcing of 19.9W/m2. “This pattern continues such that even at the relatively impoverished (CO2) level of 180ppm that marked recent glacial episodes, more so at the 280ppm level that marked the pre-industrial atmosphere, and even more so at today’s 390ppm, further 20ppm increases in (CO2) produce only a tiny .2W/m2, and successively lessening, amount of extra radiation forcing.” I prefer the word of one who spent his entire career investigating the subject; that the effect of any further increase in atmospheric CO2 is trivial. Michael Spencer Burwood

Tide will turn back to truth I am disappointed that a major change to the definition of marriage has been proposed following a ‘yes’ vote by a minority of registered voters in Australia. While it is claimed that the question was fairly presented, the bias in the argument was evident. This was the case when all major political parties, followed by major commercial and even industrial bodies, accompanied by sporting groups, supported the ‘yes’ case regardless of the views of their clients. The ABC was evidently in favour of same-sex marriage in all its programming. Newspapers had many photos of the beautiful people and celebrities denied their rights. The many on the other side who dared to voice an opinion were hounded as bigots. The brave stand of Israel Folau was a case in point. The majority of churches in Geelong sadly chose to remain silent, failing to make a stand for what their scriptures clearly teach. The current difficulty in attracting priests and ministers might have resulted in a diminishing of the strength required for leadership. In her poem The Tide Will Win, Priscilla Leonard pictures successive waves being resisted by a cruel reef but, despite constant opposition and the noise and crashing conflict, the relentless tide silently succeeds. The lessons of 6000 years of recorded history cannot be set aside by what will prove to be a modern aberration, and the Bible will prove to be the rock of truth. Pastor Frank Lowry Aberdeen St Baptist Church

Special solution to lack of sense I recently read that the “average" household was spending $260-plus a week on food. Pure extravagance! I know of any number of families who spend less than half that amount but do not go without. Try buying meat specials when they are on offer and prepare meals around them. In the same way, it makes commonsense to buy fruit and vegetables when they are in season and at their lowest price. I guess the problem is that commonsense is not common. Michael J Gamble Belmont

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Rockers will Kisstroy you By Justin Flynn There are two cities in Australia that Kisstroyer front man Andrew Kyriacou says “just get” rock ‘n’ roll. Kyriacou, who plays Ace Frehley in the popular Kiss cover band, says Newcastle and Geelong punters are as knowledgeable as anywhere in the country. “Geelong is a special market for us,” he says. “They understand rock music, they just get it. They know their stuff. At other venues it sometimes takes a bit of work for the crowd to get into it, whereas in Geelong they’re into it from the very start.” Kisstroyer will play at the Sphinx Hotel on 18 November and Kyriacou says the band is showing no signs of slowing down after 16 years in the business. “It’s a really good release,” Kyriacou says. “It’s crazy - when we started it was all just a bit of fun. When I get on stage it’s just a release and an adrenaline rush.” The band has even had the blessing of Paul Stanley after playing in front of the legendary KISS performer in Melbourne. “We were asked to do a private party at the Mercury Lounge,” Kyriacou says. “Paul was there and we met him afterwards and he said the show was brilliant.” With a stack of media attention, Kisstroyer has grown into one of the largest touring rock tribute acts in the country. The band has toured internationally, including the UAE and Bahrain. “When we started I couldn’t have imagined we’d even leave the state with it,” Kyriacou says. “It’s pretty amazing - it’s my little baby and something I’m very proud of.” Kyriacou says the band is constantly evolving. “We’re always thinking about ways we can change areas of the show,” he says.

Kisstroyer will hit the Sphinx on Saturday 18 November. “The band is like family. We actually enjoy each other’s company.” And it’s not surprising that the favourite tracks with crowds all over the world are ‘I Was Made for

Lovin’ You’ and ‘Rock and Roll All Nite’. “In Geelong, they’ll know the words of the obscure songs, though,” Kyriacou says. “Geelong for us is a very special niche market.”

Harmonies all over the globe Sing Australia Geelong’s members have brought back harmonies from across the country and the world, says group leader Mary Simms. “We have had a few Geelong members travel overseas - one sang with Sing Australia in Gallipoli on Anzac Day,” she said. The Geelong choir brings its latest show, Harmonies on the Hill, to Newtown this month. The choir is one of 600-plus in national group Sing Australia, which runs three overseas tours and a national gathering of up to 1200 singers. Sing Australia Geelong performs at the Point Danger Dawn Service on Anzac Day, aged care homes, weddings, funerals, nationalisation ceremonies and other events. The love singing was what brought the group together, Mary said. “It is not an auditioned choir - it is very much a community choir. Everyone in the group just loves to sing.” Singing was great for health, Mary said. “Singing brings you pleasure, it increases your self-confidence and is very beneficial to your physical health increasing stamina and creating feel-good endorphins.” Harmonies on the Hill starts at 2pm on 26 November at the St Joseph’s College Performing Arts Centre. Entry is $10, including afternoon tea. Sing Australia Geelong meets on Wednesday night from 7.30-9.30 at the Belmont Senior Citizens Hall. “We have many members who have been with us for in excess of 10 years and welcome others joining us at any time,” Mary said. Phone Mary Simms 0419 278 456 for more information.

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SILLY SAUSAGES: Musical comedy trio The Kransky Sisters brings its offbeat sytle to Geelong Performing Arts Centre this weekend. VOLUNTEERS - Portarlington Bayside Miniature Railway seeks volunteers. Enquiries 0476 124 598. WRITERS - Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House Rip Writers Group seek members. Meets 12.30-3pm second Tuesday monthly at Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House. Includes barbecue lunch. Enquiries 5258 3367, dmain6@bigpond.com. APPEAL - Volunteers wanted to help in Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and Surf Coast schools. Enquiries 1800 668 550, edconnectaustralia.org.au. BREASTSCREEN - Free appointments for 10-minute screening available, BreastScreen, 78 Gheringhap St, Geelong. Bookings 132 050, breastscreen.org.au. AA - Alcoholics Anonymous invites enquiries about its service and support on 5229 1710. U3A - Surf Coast U3A runs 15 various weekly classes and occasional talks. Enquiries 0419 578 598. ART - Wildlife Art Society of Australia exhibition By the Water, Tuesdays to Fridays 11am-3pm, weekends 1-4pm until 19 November at Geelong Art Society Gallery, 202 Aberdeen St, Geelong West. Enquiries 0412 104 825.

SATURDAY DANCE - Ballroom dancing to Ben Constanzo 8-11.30pm at Leopold Hall, 805-809 Bellarine Hwy, Leopold. Cost $8 includes supper. Enquiries 0400 500 402. BALLROOM - Geelong Ballroom Dance Club dances to Ann Marie 8-11pm at The Ballroom, Carey St, Hamlyn Heights. Cost $10. Bring a plate. Enquiries 0413 048 301.

SUNDAY MUSIC - Traditional Old Style Country Music, 1-5.30pm with Ian Perry, Jim Webster and Terry Ferguson at Central Bowling Club, 115 Wilsons St, Colac. MARKET - Torquay Cowrie Market 10am-3pm. Enquiries cowriemarket@yahoo.com.au. SCOUT - Geelong Scout Heritage Centre meets 10am3pm at 56 Russell St, Newtown. Enquiries 0419 591 432. RAIL - Miniature railway 11am-4pm at Portalington Bayside Family Park, Pt Richards Rd, Portarlington. Enquires 0476 124 598. WORSHIP - Cafe church worship 5-6.30pm at St Stephen’s Anglican Church, Regent St, Belmont. Enquiries 5243 2557. CHURCH - Messy Church with craft, Bible stories, singing, prayers 10am at St Stephen’s Church, Regent St, Belmont. Enquiries 5243 2557. BAPTIST - Anglesea Baptist Church service 10.45am at Murch Cres, Anglesea. Enquiries 5263 2744.

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TUESDAY DANCE - Geelong Dancers Club square dance class for children and parents 6.30-8pm at 33 Myers St, Geelong. Cost $5. Mainstream dancers 8-10.30pm. Cost $12. Enquiries 0435 091 277. MUSIC - Mainly Music program for carers and babies, pre-schoolers 10-11am at St Albans Uniting Church, 276 Wilsons Rd, St Albans Park. Cost $2.50 per family. Enquiries 0447 646 364, 0417 252 832. DANCING - Scottish Country Dancing 7.30-10pm at Leopold Hall. Cost $5 includes supper. Enquiries 5250 5540.

WEDNESDAY BALLROOM - Dancer’s Club Geelong ballroom dance including old-time, new vogue and Latin 7.3010.30pm at Leopold Public Hall, Queenscliff Rd. Cost $5. Enquiries 5250 1937 or 5278 7720. ALCOHOLICS - Alcoholics for Christ 12-step program 7.30pm at South Barwon Salvation Army, 176-180 Francis St, Belmont. Enquiries 0420 910 763. YOGA - Free Sahaja yoga meditation lessons 7-8pm at Vines Road Community Centre. Enquiries 0430 536 280 or sahajayoga.com.au.

THURSDAY PLANT - Plant sale 10am-3pm at The Heights, 140 Aphrasia St, Newtown. Proceeds to Heights gardens. DANCE - West Coast Seekers Club dances to Barry Lynch 8-11pm at The Ballroom, Hamlyn Heights. Enquiries 5243 8603. DANCING - Life Activities Club dance 2.30-4.30pm at Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Rd, Belmont. Entry $5. Enquiries 5251 3529. HELP - GROW meets to help depressed, lonely, isolated, anxious 7pm at 284 Latrobe Tce, Newtown. Also Friday 12.30pm at Vines Rd Community Centre, Hamlyn Heights. Enquiries 1800 558 268. CHESS - Geelong Chess Club meets 7pm at 33 Myer St, Geelong. Enquiries geelongchess.com.au. PHILOSOPHY - Philosophy discussion group 10.30am12.30pm at Community Centre, Price St, Torquay and 2-4.30pm at Italo’s, Gilbert St, Torquay. Enquiries 5264 7484.

FRIDAY EXHIBITION - Art on Time exhibition and sale of art and clocks 6.30pm at 81 Bailey St, Belmont. Also Saturday and Sunday 10am-6pm. Entry by gold coin. Proceeds to Andrew Love Cancer Centre. Enquiries 5243 3825. BOOKS - Grovedale Uniting Care book sale 10am2pm at corner Torquay and Reserve Rds, Grovedale. Proceeds to Uniting Care Barwon. EXHIBITION - Geelong Patchwork and Quilters’ Guild quilt exhibition opens10.30am at Deakin Waterfront Campus, 1 Gheringhap St, Geelong. Continues Saturday and Sunday 10am-4.30pm. Entry $10. MUSIC - Bellarine Country Music Group meets 6pm at the Belmont Pavilion, 162 Barrabool Rd, Belmont. Enquiries bellarinecountrymusicgroup.com. COMMUNITY - Lara Community Drop In Centre 6-8pm at Lara Uniting Church, 1 Flinders Ave. Refreshments provided. The Geelong Indy’s Community Calendar is a free service for not-for-profit community organisations. Entries appearing under specific days are printed the week of the event only. Deadline for submission is the Friday before the intended date of publication. Please keep submissions short, simple and include the day, date, time, location and a contact phone number. Emails without attachments are preferred. Email editorial@ geelongindependent.com.au, phone 5249 6700 or fax 5249 6799.

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FINALLY FRIDAY 6:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 2:45 3:15 3:45 4:15 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:10 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:15 9:35 10:40 11:10 11:25 1:10

Seven

6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “March Sisters At Christmas” (PG) (ʼ12) Stars: Julie Berman, Kaitlin Doubleday, Melissa Farman, Molly Kunz 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Better Homes And Gardens 7:30 Rugby League World Cup 2017: Quarter Final: Teams: TBC 11:00 Womenʼs Rugby League World Cup 2017: Australia v Cook Islands 1:00 (7) Movie: “Remember Me” (M s,v) (ʼ85) Stars: Wendy Hughes, Richard Moir (P) Home Shopping 2:00 (7) Home Shopping 4:00 (7) The Great Outdoors [s] 5:00 (7) NBC Today [s]

6:00 NBC Today [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 12:00 House Of Wellness (PG) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 Movie: “Northanger Abbey” (PG) (ʼ07) Stars: Carey Mulligan 4:00 Coastwatch Oz (PG) [s] 4:30 Crash Investigation Unit 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Australiaʼs Best Drives (PG) 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 International Rules Series: Australia v Ireland 10:00 Movie: “Jurassic Park III” (M v) (ʼ01) Stars: Sam Neill 11:50 The Goldbergs (PG) [s] 12:15 Movie: “Miracle In The Woods” (M) (ʼ97) Stars: Anna Chlumsky, Delia Reese 2:00 (7) Home Shopping (P) Home Shopping 4:00 (7) Religious Programs 4:30 (7) Sons And Daughters 5:00 (7) House Of Wellness (PG)

6:00 NBC Today 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show [s] 12:00 Kochieʼs Business Builders 12:30 Program To Be Advised 1:40 Program To Be Advised 2:50 Program To Be Advised 4:00 Better Homes And Gardens 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 A Moveable Feast (PG) [s] 6:00 7Prime News - Sunday [s] 7:00 The Wall (PG) [s] 8:15 Sunday Night [s] 9:15 Program To Be Advised 10:15 Robbie Coltraneʼs Critical Evidence: The Body In The Suitcase (M v) [s] 11:15 Program To Be Advised 12:45 (7) The Franchise Show (PG) [s] 1:00 (P) Home Shopping 1:15 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:00 (7) Home Shopping 3:30 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s] 4:00 (7) Meet The Press [s]

6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “A Christmas Kiss” (PG) (ʼ11) Stars: Elisabeth Röhm 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Instant Hotel (PG) [s] – The couples arrive in the Victorian town of Mildura – on the banks of the Murray river to stay at Bec and Tristianʼs Instant Hotel. 8:40 Liar (M) [s] 10:40 The Blacklist (M v) [s] 11:40 Heists That Shook The World: Stealing The Mona Lisa (PG) [s] 12:45 (7) Marvelʼs Agent Carter (M) 1:00 (P) Home Shopping 2:00 (7) Home Shopping 4:00 (7) NBC Today [s]

6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Movie: “A Cinderella Christmas” (G) (ʼ16) Stars: Emma Rigby 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase UK [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4 [s] 5:00 The Chase Australia [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Instant Hotel (M s) [s] 8:40 The Good Doctor: 22.2 Steps (M) [s] 9:40 Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders: Blowback (M) [s] 10:40 Chicago Fire: Telling Her Goodbye (M) [s] 11:40 Mistresses: What Happens In Vegas (M s,v) [s] 12:30 (P) Home Shopping 12:35 (7) Blood & Oil (M) [s] 1:30 (7) Harryʼs Practice [s] 2:00 (7) Home Shopping 4:00 (7) NBC Today [s]

5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Kevin Can Wait (PG) [s] 2:00 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Movie: “Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix” (PG) (ʼ07) Stars: Daniel Radcliffe 10:10 Law And Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (M) 11:10 Rally Australia [s] 11:40 Fugitive: Black Ops (M v) 12:40 Extra [s] 1:05 Surfing Australia [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Four Weddings (PG) [s] 3:00 The Avengers (PG) [s] 4:00 Global Shop

6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today - Saturday 10:00 Today Extra Saturday [s] 12:00 Destination Happiness (PG) 12:30 Money Masters [s] 1:00 Cybershack (PG) [s] 1:30 Who Do You Think You Are?: Trisha Yearwood (PG) 2:30 The 51st Annual Country Music Awards (PG) [s] 4:30 The Garden Gurus [s] 5:00 NINE News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Saturday [s] 7:00 Movie: “Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince” (PG) (ʼ09) Stars: Daniel Radcliffe 10:00 Movie: “Haywire” (M v,l) (ʼ11) Stars: Gina Carano 11:50 Rally Australia [s] 12:20 Murder In The First (M) [s] 1:30 Cybershack [s] 2:00 Global Shop 2:30 Four Weddings (PG) [s] 3:30 The Baron (PG) [s]

6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today [s] 10:00 Sports Sunday (PG) [s] 11:00 My Surf TV [s] 11:30 Program To Be Advised 12:00 SXS Australian Championship [s] 12:30 Rally Australia [s] 2:30 Cricket: Womenʼs Twenty/20: Australia v England *Live* 5:30 Postcards (PG) [s] 6:00 NINE News Sunday 7:00 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 8:30 60 Minutes (PG) [s] 9:30 Australian Crime Stories: Stewart John Regan - The Magician (MA15+) [s] 10:30 See No Evil (M v) [s] 11:35 Rally Australia [s] 12:05 House (M d,s,mp) [s] 1:00 Getaway [s] 1:30 The Avengers (PG) [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 The Baron (PG) [s] 4:00 Good Morning America [s]

5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 8:45 Law And Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders (M) 9:45 Chicago Justice: Drill (M) [s] 10:45 Chicago Justice: AQD (M) 11:45 Gotham: The Last Laugh (MA15+) [s] 12:35 Cybershack [s] 1:05 The Garden Gurus [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:00 Extra [s] 2:30 Global Shop 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:30 Good Morning America [s]

5:30 Today [s] 5:30 Today [s] 5:30 Today [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 9:00 Today Extra [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 11:30 NINEʼs Morning News [s] 10:00 Cricket: The Ashes: First Test 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] 12:00 Ellen (PG) [s] - Australia v England *Live* – Day 1:00 Extra [s] 1:00 Extra [s] 1 - Morning 1:30 Kevin Can Wait (PG) [s] 1:30 Kevin Can Wait (PG) [s] 1:00 The Cricket Show [s] 2:00 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 2:00 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 1:30 Cricket: The Ashes: 3:00 NINE News Now [s] 3:00 NINE News Now [s] Afternoon Session 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 4:00 NINEʼs Afternoon News [s] 3:40 Cricket: The Ashes: 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] 5:00 Millionaire Hot Seat [s] Evening Session 6:00 NINE News [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 6:00 NINE News [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 A Current Affair [s] 7:30 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 7:30 Family Food Fight (PG) [s] 7:30 Program To Be Advised 8:45 The Big Bang Theory: The 8:45 Movie: “Burnt” (M l) (ʼ15) 8:30 Killer Women With Piers Proton Regeneration (PG) [s] Stars: Bradley Cooper Morgan: 9:15 Kath & Kim: 10:45 Program To Be Advised Ashley Humphrey (PG) [s] The Souvenir Edition (PG) [s] 11:45 Movie Juice (PG) [s] 9:30 Wolf Creek (PG) [s] 10:15 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 12:15 The Closer (M v) [s] 10:30 Off The Bit (PG) [s] 10:45 Program To Be Advised 1:05 SXS Australian 11:30 Pompidou: The Date (PG) [s] 12:40 20/20 [s] Championship [s] 12:00 Four Weddings: China (PG) 1:30 Destination Happiness [s] 1:30 My Surf TV (PG) [s] 1:00 Money Masters [s] 2:00 Extra [s] 2:00 Extra [s] 1:30 TV Shop 2:30 Global Shop 2:30 Global Shop 2:00 Extra [s] 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 2:30 Global Shop 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 3:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo

6:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 6:30 Family Feud [s] 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 8:00 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 The Living Room (PG) [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Neighbours [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 4:00 The Cookʼs Pantry [s] 4:30 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 The Living Room (PG) [s] 8:30 Graham Norton Show (M) [s] 9:30 Have You Been Paying Attention? (M l,s) [s] 10:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project - Encore [s] 1:30 The Late Show (PG) [s] 2:30 Home Shopping

6:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 6:00 Fishing Edge [s] 6:00 Religious Programs 6:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 6:30 Family Feud [s] 6:30 Everyday Gourmet [s] 7:00 Fishing Australia [s] 6:30 Family Feud [s] 7:00 RPM [s] 7:30 Religious Programs 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 7:00 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 7:30 The 48 Hour Destination [s] 8:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 8:00 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:00 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 8:00 Family Feud - Encore [s] 8:30 Kitchen Rescue [s] 8:30 Studio 10 (PG) [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 8:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 9:00 What's Up Down Under [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 9:00 Alive And Cooking [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Sunday (PG) [s] 1:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 9:30 Studio 10: Saturday [s] 12:00 Offroad Adventure Show [s] 2:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 2:30 Neighbours [s] 12:00 I Fish [s] 1:00 All 4 Adventure (PG) [s] 2:30 Neighbours [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 1:00 Sammy And Bellaʼs Kitchen 2:00 4x4 Adventures [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Alive And Cooking [s] Rescue [s] 3:00 The Home Team [s] 3:30 Alive And Cooking [s] 4:00 The Cookʼs Pantry [s] 1:30 Places We Go With Jennifer 3:30 The 48 Hour Destination [s] 4:00 The Cookʼs Pantry [s] Adams [s] 4:00 RPM [s] 4:30 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 4:30 Bold And The Beautiful (PG) 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 2:00 Australia By Design [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News 6:00 WIN News [s] 6:00 WIN News [s] 2:30 Bondi Lifeguard Hawaiian 6:00 Family Feud! - Sunday [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 6:30 The Project [s] Adventure (PG) [s] 6:30 The Sunday Project [s] 7:30 All Star Family Feud (PG) [s] 7:30 Jamieʼs Quick And Easy 4:30 Fishing Australia: Cairns [s] 7:30 Bull: The Exception To The 8:30 Have You Been Paying Food [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News Rule (M) [s] Attention? (M l,s) [s] 8:30 NCIS: Trapped (M) [s] 6:00 Jamieʼs Super Food Family 8:30 Wisdom Of The Crowd: 9:30 Man With A Plan (PG) [s] 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M v) [s] Classics [s] Machine Learning (M v) [s] 10:30 Program To Be Advised 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 7:00 Program To Be Advised 9:30 NCIS: New Orleans (M) [s] 11:30 WINʼs All Australian News [s] 12:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Territory Cops (PG) [s] 11:30 The Sunday Project [s] 12:30 The Project [s] 1:30 The Late Show (PG) [s] 8:30 Shaka Zulu: Part 3 (MA15+) 12:30 48 Hours (M) [s] 1:30 The Late Show (PG) [s] 2:30 Home Shopping 11:15 48 Hours (M) [s] 2:30 Home Shopping 2:30 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning 1:00 Home Shopping 4:30 CBS - This Morning

5:00 CGTN English News 5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:30 Worldwatch – Deutsche 5:30 Worldwatch Welle News 6:00 France 24 News 1:00 PBS Newshour 6:30 Al Jazeera Newshour 7:00 2:00 Small Business Secrets BBC News 7:30 Italian News 8:10 2:30 ISU Figure Skating: Filipino News 8:40 French News Grand Prix Japan 9:30 Worldwatch Continues 4:00 Destination Flavour Down 1:00 PBS Newshour Under: Northern Territory 1:55 This Is Brazil!: Curitiba And 4:30 Focus On Ability Film Belo Horizonte (In Portuguese) Festival 2:55 Floydʼs Fjord Fiesta: 5:35 The Supervet (PG) Norway II 6:30 SBS World News 3:30 Destination Flavour: 7:30 Nazi Megastructures: Down Under Best Bites Super Tanks (PG) 4:30 Destination Flavour: Japan 8:25 Real Vikings: Age Of Invasion 5:30 Letters And Numbers 9:10 Real Vikings: Rise Of The 6:00 Gourmet Farmer Australia Pagans 6:30 SBS World News 10:00 Gadget Man: Weather / Public 7:35 The Secret Life Of Mad King Transport George (M) 11:00 Football: Premier League: 8:30 Movie: “Magnolia” (MA15+) Arsenal v Tottenham *Live* from (ʼ99) Stars: Tom Cruise Emirates Stadium. 12:00 Movie: “Blue Is The Warmest 1:50 Rugby: England v Australia Colour” (M) (In French) *Live* from Twickenham Stadium

ABC

6:00 rage (PG) [s] 7:00 Weekend Breakfast [s] 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Offsiders [s] 10:30 The World This Week [s] 11:00 Compass: Love In A Hurry [s] 11:30 Songs of Praise [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 12:55 The Story Of Bran Nue Dae 1:20 The Checkout (PG) [s] 1:50 The Last Post (M l,v) [s] 2:50 Antiques Roadshow [s] 3:45 The Mix [s] 4:15 Australian Story [s] 4:45 Victoria (PG) [s] 5:30 Hard Quiz (PG) [s] 6:00 Classic Countdown: 1984 [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:40 Doc Martin: All My Trials (M) 8:30 Paul Kelly Live At Sydney Opera House (M) [s] 10:30 When The Beatles Drove Us Wild (M l, s) [s] 11:30 Fortitude (M l,d,v) [s] 12:20 rage (MA15+l,d,h,n,s,v)

Nine

Monday 20 Tuesday 21 Wednesday 22 Thursday 23

5:00 rage (PG) [s] 10:00 rage: Guest Programmer (PG) 11:00 Classic Countdown: 1983 [s] 12:00 ABC News At Noon 12:30 DCI Banks: A Little Bit Of Heart (Part 1) (M v) [s] 1:15 Endeavour (M v) [s] 3:00 Wild Life At The Zoo (PG) [s] 3:30 Still Open All Hours (PG) [s] 4:00 Midsomer Murders: Breaking The Chain (PG) [s] 5:30 Antiques Roadshow: Plas Newydd 1 [s] 6:30 A Taste Of Landline [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Victoria: The Clockwork Prince (PG) [s] 8:20 The Last Post: The Bigger Picture (M l,s,v) [s] 9:20 Doctor Foster (M l,s) [s] 10:15 The Doctor Blake Mysteries: Family Portrait (M v) [s] 11:55 Adam Hills: The Last Leg (M) 12:40 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+)

Win

Saturday 18 Sunday 19

6:00 News Breakfast [s] 9:00 ABC News Mornings [s] 10:00 Antiques Roadshow [s] 11:00 Grand Designs [s] 12:00 ABC News at Noon [s] 1:00 One Plus One [s] 1:25 Screen Time [s] 1:55 Indian Summers (PG) [s] 2:45 Death In Paradise (PG) [s] 3:45 Pohʼs Kitchen Lends A Hand 4:15 Pointless [s] 5:00 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 5:30 The Drum [s] 6:00 The Checkout: Snack Size (PG) [s] 6:10 Grand Designs: South Downs 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 DCI Banks: A Little Bit Of Heart (Part 1) (M v) [s] 8:20 Endeavour (M v) [s] 9:50 Planet America [s] 10:20 Lateline [s] 10:55 Basketball: NBL: Round 7: Brisbane v Perth [s] 12:35 rage (MA15+)

SBS

Friday 17

TELEVISION GUIDE News Breakfast [s] ABC News Mornings [s] Antiques Roadshow [s] Doc Martin: All My Trials (PG) ABC News At Noon [s] Landline [s] Indian Summers (M v) [s] Gardening Australia [s] Polly Borland (PG) [s] One Plus One [s] Pointless [s] ABC News: Early Edition [s] The Drum [s] The Mix Stories [s] Grand Designs [s] ABC News [s] 7.30 [s] Australian Story [s] Four Corners [s] Media Watch (PG) [s] Q&A [s] Lateline [s] The Business [s] Highly Strung (M l) [s] Golf: PGA: St Simons Island

5:00 CGTN English News 5:00 CGTN English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:15 NHK World English News 5:30 Worldwatch 5:30 Worldwatch 2:00 Andre Rieu: Love Songs 7:00 Small Business Secrets 3:00 SBS Flashback: Lee Lin Chin 7:30 Worldwatch 3:05 Genius: Personal 9:30 Football: Premier League: Computers: Jobs v Gates Arsenal v Tottenham *Replay* 4:05 The Wonder Of Dogs 12:00 Worldwatch 5:00 Hestonʼs In Search Of 1:00 Speedweek Perfection 3:00 NBL: Melbourne United v 5:30 Letters And Numbers Perth Wildcats *Live* 6:00 Gourmet Farmer Australia 5:00 Small Business Secrets 6:30 SBS World News 5:30 The Spy Who Stole The 7:30 River Cottage Australia (PG) Atom Bomb (PG) 8:30 Michael Mosley Nine Months 6:30 SBS World News That Made You: The First Eight 7:30 Secrets Of The Chinese Weeks (M) Chariot 9:40 24 Hours In Emergency (M) 8:30 The Nineties: New World 10:35 SBS World News Order / Technology (PG) 10:15 Sex Diaries: Gigolos (MA15+) 11:05 Football: The World Game 11:35 Gangland Undercover: End 11:10 Full Frontal (M) Of The Road / The Devils Patch 11:40 Super Woman In Kabul (M) (MA15+) 1:20 Trumpʼs White House (PG) 1:15 Midnight Sun (M d,v) (In 2:20 Terror In Europe (M) Swedish/ English) 3:20 Exodus (PG)

Get the

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6:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 1:45 2:00 2:55 3:25 4:15 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:10 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:00 11:20 12:15 1:20

News Breakfast [s] ABC News Mornings [s] Antiques Roadshow [s] Grand Designs [s] ABC News At Noon [s] Four Corners [s] Media Watch (PG) [s] Indian Summers (M v) [s] Short Cuts To Glory [s] Program To Be Advised Pointless [s] ABC News: Early Edition [s] The Drum [s] The Checkout (PG) [s] Grand Designs [s] ABC News [s] 7.30 [s] Screen Time [s] Keeping Australia Safe (M) Artsville: The Go-Betweens Lateline [s] The Business [s] Stranded (M l) [s] Q&A [s] rage (MA15+a,l,d,n,s,h,v)

6:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 12:30 1:30 2:00 2:55 3:25 4:15 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:10 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:10 10:45 11:15 11:30

News Breakfast [s] ABC News Mornings [s] Antiques Roadshow [s] Grand Designs [s] ABC News At Noon [s] National Press Club Address Australian Story [s] Indian Summers (M v) [s] The Cook And The Chef [s] Program To Be Advised Pointless [s] ABC News: Early Edition [s] The Drum [s] Short Cuts To Glory: Recipes Grand Designs: Somerset [s] ABC News [s] 7.30 [s] Hard Quiz (PG) [s] Rosehaven (PG) [s] The Letdown (M l) [s] Adam Hills (M l,s) [s] Walliams And Friend (M s) [s] Lateline [s] The Business [s] Artsville: The Go-Betweens

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JAYCO 2010 Poptop Caravan. Excellent condition, has not been used too much and has always been kept under a carport with a cover on. Toilet never used, shower, large fridge, complete annex, including flooring, stow away room, outdoor shower, reversing camera, level rides. $41,000. Phone: 0434 566 117.

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JAYCO EAGLE 2005 anniversary edition. Immaculate/straight condition, roof racks, Led lights, queen inner spring mattress, double bed inner spring mattress, sleeps 6, new awning and flybags/zips, annexe room extension, never cooked in the van, stored undercover, this van has plenty of space for the family. The beds are very comfortable. Registered (R11-398). $14,700 neg. Phone: 0405 168 762.

JAYCO 'Westport' push up top caravan. 15'. 2000 Tare 1181. Registered until 2 May 2018. New awning in 2011 and FULL Annexe and weather strip. Two x single beds; seats six people around table; gas Vanette oven and cooktop; gas©lectric fridge; wardrobe; wind out windows; melamine crockery; JVD stereo system. Wonderful van and so easy to tow. Must sell due to medical problems. Inspection welcome. 0400 354 445 Caravan at Clifton Springs. $15,550 however a reasonable offer would be considered.

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JAYCO Heritage 2002 caravan, full rear ensuite and front kitchen, L shaped dinette and couch, 3 way 150Ltr fridge, venetian blinds, modern CD radio and TV/DVD player, brand new awning and side panels, diesel heater, twin tub washer (wired and plumbed in), 80W solar panel, LED lighting, 200 Ltrs water with filtre and quick fill, 2AGM batteries = 230amps, 2 spare wheels mounted on bumper with covers, raised suspension, new brakes, VGC, $31,000ono. Contact 0407 835 731 or 0447 873 763.

LOTUS SPRINT LE 19'6" Caravan. Full size shower, vanity basin, cassette toilet, auto washing machine, 2 door fridge/freezer 150/26 ltr., 4 plate stove, gas oven, queen size bed and cafe style seating with folding table, reverse cycle air con with remote control, AM/FM radio, CD & DVD player, electric & gas hot water, large front boot, dual USB outlets, wind up antenna which has a booster connection fitted, 2 x 90 ltr water tank, also 2 x 9 ltr gas bottles. All hoses and adaptors as well as 15 amp power cord & battery with charger for Led lighting system. Other extras include a four place Corelle dinner set, magnetic knife rack, pull out bottle and spice rack, a clothes horse etc.. More photo's & info available via email. $54,500 negotiable. Phone: 0418 394 586.

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REGAL Opal Deluxe poptop caravan, 1997, length 15'. width 7'5", tare mass 1040Kg, reg until 02/18, clean conditioned, garaged since we have owned it, 2 single beds, gas/electric fridge, microwave oven, roll out awning, level ride bars, electric brake system. Ideal touring van for two people. Reg. F837908. $8,500. 5241 4647.

REGAL "comfort tourer" 14ft. pop top 1992,front kitchen, twin beds, ideal for couple to tour. 4 burner stove, microwave, heaps of cupboards and storage. 3way fridge, twin gas bottles, roll out awning, near new tyres, TV and antenna, reg 03.18. Light to tow, 1100kg, always well maintained, extra clean van, inspection welcome. Barwon Heads. Price reduced to $7,750. Phone 0418 330 927.

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ROYAL FLAIR VAN ROYCE 2003 16FT. Like new owned by mature owners. Full annexe, seating capacity 4, double bed, with new roll out roof, sun awnings all round $1200 new. power rollers "Purple Line" with 1100 deep cycle battery, cost $4000 new including fitting, bike carrier on draw bar, 2 spare wheels on rear, 2 gas cylinders 4.5 litre, TV bracket, flush mounted on roof adjusted from inside, wall mounted air conditioner with heating, porta potty, freezer storage with opening door on side of van, fit 40 litre waceo freezer on ball bearing sliders, cook top and grill with oven, water filter with electric pump, fitted to tank under van, RM440 refrig 3 way, all galvanised under caravan with independent suspension, Caravan stored under carport. Registration (P50-457). $20,500. Phone: 0419 538 599. Bell Post Hill.

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FORD LTD DL 1998. V8, White, one owner, excellent condition, Ford service history, 176,000 kms, paint and wheels unmarked, new tyres, electric seats, CD stacker etc., reg 02/18 (PLN-638). $5,250 neg. Phone: 0413 990 350. FORD Focus, 2005, auto, c/c, reg no. TZG-156, 146,000km, very good condition, camera, reg until, 02/18, silver, R.W.C. $6,500. Ph: 5275 0752.

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ULTIMATE ELITE 2009 Camper Off Road. Our camper has all standard features of the Ultimate Elite plus extras (over $11,000 worth) which include: hot water system which includes fitted shower and sink, main awning 2.5 x 4 m (incl ropes, poles, pegs & bags), under bed annex kit (two walls plus bumper skirt), side wall of annex (fits any side), premium sound system - CD/MP3/ Radio, Porta Potti 335 (never been used), shower tent, new deep/cycle battery 110 Ah, Dometic RM2355 smart fridge upgrade (auto source) with brushed s /steel panel. CTek smart battery charger, LED bed lamps and lighting throughout including reverse light and boot upgrade, swing up jockey wheel. Spare wheel cover, solar jack & regulator, upgrade 16" alloy wheels (new BFG A/T285/16 tyres), new gas Koni shockers, double jerrycan holder in boot, drawbar level gauge, three 240 volt power board combos (in locker & adjacent to fridge), Granite benchtop and table top. $43,700. Phone: 0418 104 203.

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tion are all standard. The SQ5 comes with Audi Connect, which enables a high-speed 4G LTE connection via a regular data SIM card. There is Google Earth and Google Search. Audi smartphone interface allows use of via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The 3.0-litre turbocharged V6 petrol engine in the SQ5 is an all-new design from the ground up. The new engine produces 260kW, while peak torque of 500Nm is available from as low as 1370rpm. The new SQ5 has achieved a five-star Euro NCAP and Australasian NCAP safety rating, thanks to an impressive array of standard safety features. Included are Audi pre-sense city with autonomous emergency braking and pedestrian detection, up to 85km/h, exit warning, cross rear traffic assist, side assist and blind spot warning. If the car senses a crash may be imminent Audi pre-sense basic has automatic belt tensioning and window closing. Also on hand were Audi pre-sense rear (warning following traffic if they are at risk of running into the rear of the car), parking system plus with 360-degree surround and rear-view camera, adaptive cruise control with Stop & Go, turn assist, Audi pre-sense front (collision warning up to 250 km/h), predictive efficiency assistant and high-beam assist. The sports side of the test car was taken care of by a new 3.0-litre turbocharged V6 engine mated with a quick-shifting eight-speed tiptronic automatic transmission and the iconic, Audi quattro all-wheel drive technology. Such lightning reflexes were made possible by positioning the turbocharger in the 90 degree ‘V’ of the cylinders, thus ensuring the shortest paths for exhaust gases to take. Fuel consumption on the official drive cycle is 8.7 L/100km. During our tests we registered 14.9 litres per 100 kilometres in city suburbs and 6.7 litres per 100 on the motorway. The quattro drivetrain worked in with the newly developed five-link front and rear suspensions, further complemented by the standard adaptive dampers that came up with a comfortable ride, dynamic handling and everything in between via the Audi drive select system.

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SPORT Hard knocks power Cats’ comeback: three in a row LOCAL CRICKET Jim Timberlake Three wins on the trot has moved the Geelong Cricket Club into the top eight, a result that seemed a million miles away a month ago. The Cats knocked off Melbourne University last Saturday in a terrific all-round performance with both bat and ball. Taking to the field first, Brenton McDonald (4/28) showed his class, while Keiran Jamieson (2/24) and Josh Cobb (2/40) did their bit, as the visitors were restricted to just 9/196 from their 50 overs. In reply, Geelong were in big trouble early, falling to 2/5, before captain Eammon Vines (83) was joined by Angus Boyd (88), the pair building what was to be a match winning 174-run partnership. Unfortunately both fell before they were able to see their side over the line, but the result was in doubt, a crushing five-wicket win was great reward for the hard work the entire club has been putting in. This weekend sees a double header, away to Kingston Hawthorn on Saturday, before hosting

Melbourne on Sunday. A good weekend of cricket could really cement the club’s spot in the top eight. In the Geelong Cricket Association, Division 1 has a crucial round of games scheduled. The two undefeated teams in North Geelong and East Belmont play the two sides in fifth and sixth position in South Barwon and Lara, meaning the top four could really break away if results go as expected. Meanwhile third-placed Grovedale takes on Geelong City which is fourth. Of course, all of this could still be turned on its head, with the round-three match between Grovedale and South Barwon still under investigation, after Grovedale were later found to have gone over the allocated 40 points allowed for their side under the GCA’s players points policy. Both sides still must wait for the result of an appeal hearing before the winner of the match will be determined. Geelong City v GROVEDALE, ST JOSEPH’S v Leopold, NEWTOWN & CHILWELL v Murgheboluc, NORTH GEELONG v South Barwon, Lara v EAST BELMONT. In Division 2, the match of the round pits topplaced Marshall against third-placed Bell Post Hill,

with both sides in ripping form, particularly Bell Post Hill who absolutely thrashed Manifold Heights last week, gaining outright points in the process. The Panthers had Luke Zanchetta take 11 wickets for the match, while Richard Farrington (102*) smashed the Sharks attack to all corners. Marshall didn’t have it all their own way in their win over Torquay, meaning both sides will need to bring their A game if they expect to take the points in this one. HIGHTON v St Peter’s, Manifold Heights v BELL PARK, Newcomb and District v TORQUAY, Marshall v BELL POST HILL. Alexander Thomson have lost their past two games, and come up against top-placed Thomson in a game that could decide their season. If the Vikings can get back to their best form and cause an upset, their season looks back on track. But if they can’t get the points here, there is a number of teams nipping at their heels that would love to take their spot in the top four. THOMSON v Alexander Thomson, GEELONG WEST v Guild Saints, ST ALBANS BREAKWATER v Waurn Ponds Deakin, MODEWARRE v Corio.

CARVING IT UP: Ellie Harrison starred at Ocean Grove on Saturday.

Season of the easy snapper ON THE BITE Chris Pitman With snapper season in full swing, Clifton Springs was a solid choice last week. Anglers anchored up just out from the Point Richards Channel boated well-conditioned fish to 7kg. Silver whiting was the standout bait. Pike numbers were well up on the nearby spoil grounds, with anglers casting plastics or trolling lures in 5m to 6m, boating fish to 80cm. The same area also produced pinkie snapper and flathead to 45cm. Whiting were widespread along the Bellarine Peninsula, with anglers taking baglimit captures when fishing into the evening. The key was finding the right ground, which was mostly water of 4m to 5m with a mixture of weed and sand bottom. Swan Bay was the place for pinkie snapper to 2kg on soft plastics and bait. The run-in tide was best due to the reduced amount of floating weed. Anglers fishing Swan Bay into the night boated gummy shark to 8kg. Tough baits such as eel worked well. Queenscliff Pier was a hot spot for large squid. Long casts with 3.5-size artificial jigs worked best. A similar approach was also productive on Bell Reef, just around the corner. Queenscliff Harbour continued to fish well for pinkies. The Barwon River estuary had no shortage of smaller King George whiting, salmon and mullet. Small amounts of pippie or prawn on a running sinker rig were ideal. Anglers who put in the hard yards on the estuary boated mulloway to almost 1m. Offshore anglers again enjoyed success on snapper and gummy sharks in 30m, with fish holding from Point Lonsdale to Torquay. Trelly’s Geelong’s Kevin Hunter caught and released a magnificent blue devil fish taken as bycatch. The western estuaries offered plenty of bream, with a wide range of lures and tactics successful. Curdies River had reasonable numbers of bream on the chew when the traffic on the water was light. Trout fishing continued going from strength to strength despite the warming weather. All Western District lakes continued producing brown and rainbow trout. Trolling Tassie Devils in pink #55 with assist hooks was the best approach. Some fish reached almost 3kg and the average was nearly 2kg. Lake Purrumbete fished well for anglers using either mudeye under a float or downrigged lures. A mixture of rainbow and brown trout and redfin were boated. Redfin were also taken from the Barwon River around Queen’s Park. Walking the banks and casting small hard-body lures helped anglers grass reddies averaging 30cm. Next week should provide opportunities for targeting a wide range of species on the spoil grounds off Clifton Springs with soft plastics. Freshwater fishos could keep heading west for trout at the Lakes Bolac and Tooliorook and Deep Lake.

Enjoying the break: Groms enjoy a swell advantage Barwon Heads surfers Ellie Harrison and Zeph Lamperd used their local knowledge to dominate the waves in tricky conditions at Ocean Grove over the weekend. Harrison and Lamperd claimed the under-14 girls and boys titles at the Surfer Groms Comp on Saturday. Harrison used her superior wave knowledge at the break to finally take out top honors, locking in a heat total of 11.40 points. “Every time I have got second at this event, so it’s nice to finally win,” Harrison said. “The waves weren’t very good, but it was a fun event.” Lamperd and Harrison will receive an allexpenses paid trip to the Surfing Australia High Performance Center in north NSW for their efforts. 34 GEELONG INDY Friday, 17 November, 2017

“I can’t wait to get up to the High Performance Centre again and go on their massive skate ramp,” Harrison said. Lamperd was dominant in the final, throwing down massive power turns on his way to a 14.86 heat total. “It’s awesome to win here at Ocean Grove,” he said. “All that time surfing here when it has been windy has paid off. “I have never been to the HPC before, but I’ve heard its epic. I am looking forward to surfing in some warm water and learning from the coaches up there.” Placing in second in the under-14 boys final was Willis Droomer (of Jan Juc) who finished on 12.14 points. Asher Lens (Aireys Inlet) and Charlie Ma-

honey (Ocean Grove) finished in third and fourth respectively. Jazz Wylie (Jan Juc) placed in second in the girls on 10.40 points. Mia Huppatz (Jan Juc) and Elise Franzose (Point Lonsdale) finished in third and fourth. Other winners throughout the event included Willis Droomer (Jan Juc) who impressed judges with his aerial game in the under-12 boys and Isla Huppatz (Jan Juc) in the girls. Remy Filer (Jan Juc) and Ruby Trew (Seaforth, NSW) won in the under-10s and Teal Lamperd (Barwon Heads) won the under-8 mixed competition. Lucas Hickson (Rye) and Sarsha Pancic (Bairgowrie) won the best-and-fairest award for the event, taking home a $250 Woolworths voucher each.

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13,990

17,990

$ 1JG 4WV

$ YQM 776

$

35,000 LMS

$ ZUL 636

DRIVEAWAY

DIESEL

14 NISSAN XTRAIL ST-L WAGON 7 SEATER

$

LEATHER INT

15,990

11 FORD TERRITORY TS WAGON 7 SEATS TURBO

18,990

REVERSE CAMERA

24,990

DRIVEAWAY

S/N 6117 U

$ YXB 487

11 JEEP CHEROKEE LIMITED WAGON

13,990

1LC 1LN

DRIVEAWAY

SAT NAV.

18,990

DRIVEAWAY

KMS

12 FORD FALCON FG XR6 11 SEDAN

$

12,990

1AM 60A

$

17,888

ZOD 861

INTERIOR

1IZ 3HO

$ YBO 570

$

16,990 DRIVEAWAY

DRIVEAWAY

12 HYUNDAI iX35 ELITE WAGON 78,000

REVERSE CAMERA

$

$

4X4

DRIVEAWAY

INTERIOR

AUTO

13 NISSAN X-TRAIL ST WAGON

15,990

1KI 1KU

14 FORD ECOSPORT TITANIUM WAGON LEATHER

XC60 D5

TMD 663

SUNROOF

MANUAL 5 SPEED

13 HYUNDAI i30 ACTIVE HATCH

100,000 KMS

13 HOLDEN CAPTIVA LT WAGON

11 SUBARU FORESTER X WAGON

DRIVEAWAY

12,990

$ SM 6069U

10,990

$

09 FORD FALCON FG G6 SEDAN LPG GAS

TURBO DIESEL

13,888

$ 1KZ 2DE

LEATHER SEATS

11,990 11,990

$

DRIVEAWAY

DRIVEAWAY

05 FORD FALCON XR8 BA II SEDAN

$$

SUNROOF

WAM 245

YMA 686

SUNROOF SUNROOF

11,888

AUTO

10,990

9,500 DRIVEAWAY

10 COROLLA ASCENT HATCH

$

$ ZOA 860

AUTO

$

11 PEUGEOT 308 SPORTIUM HATCH AUTO

12 HYUNDAI ACCENT ACTIVE HATCH 5 SPEED

$

24,990

$ ZGG 218

23,990 DRIVEAWAY

12371760-LB46-17

07 NISSAN X TRAIL ST-S WAGON 4X4

SN 6114 U

DRIVEAWAY

QUALITY USED CARS 147 - 149 Fyans St, Geelong LMCT 10278

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SIZE ANY FOR THE PRICE OF A

SINGLE Get a super king, king, queen or double mattress for the price of a single.

Sale on now

40

MONTHS INTEREST FREE

McKillop St

Maud St

Moorabool St

Little Myers St Gheringhap St

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UP TO

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Geelong 118 Gheringhap Street Ph: 03 5221 4399

fortywinks.com.au

The Any Size for a single ofer must be completed in the original transaction, during the promotional period. The upsized mattress will be the same brand and model as the original mattress chosen. Selected brands only. Mattress only. Exclusions apply. Super King not available on all mattresses. Terms and conditions apply, see in store for details. Valid until 26/11/2017. 12372006-KC46-17

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Geelong Indy - 17th November 2017  
Geelong Indy - 17th November 2017