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A fresh view By Cam Lucadou-Wells Spencer is a real natural with the camera - as well as an astute observer of Nature. The works of the Carlisle Park Kindergarten pupil and 13 other Casey-based young photographers are on display in the Eye Spy, Eye See Nature exhibition at Bunjil Place.

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Casey data theft Casey Council has been caught up in a major data breach that has compromised personal information of its job applicants. On 8 June, Casey announced its online recruitment service provider PageUp People warned of a "possible serious security data breach" occurring in mid-late May. The council was informed of the breach on 4 June. It has since removed access to the recruitment service. Casey recently emailed its recent job applicants warning that a "breach of your privacy may have occurred".

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"The breach in question relates to information you have provided through Council's online recruitment module managed by a third party vendor containing your personal details," people and culture manager Fran Boyd wrote. "I apologise if this incident has caused you any stress and Council deeply regrets that this incident has occurred." In a public statement, Casey acting chief executive Steve Dalton alluded to the delayed notice given by PageUp. "The City of Casey is meeting with the provider to determine the impact on applicants and to seek explanations as to why it took more than a week to inform Council of the breach.

"Council has urged those affected to be vigilant about any unusual activity relating to their personal information." The data breach is believed to have affected numerous banks, universities, state government agencies and major companies in Australia. In a statement on 12 June, PageUp said "unauthorised person(s)" had accessed its system. It believed "on the balance of probabilities" that the personal data of its clients, placement agencies, applicants, references and its employees had been accessed. This could include names, street addresses, email addresses and phone numbers, as well as employee usernames and passwords, PageUp stated.

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High-rises in the suburbs By Cam Lucadou-Wells Residents are set to fight City of Casey plans to introduce multi-storey apartments across scores of residential streets. In an attempt to curb suburban sprawl, Casey wants higher-density neighbourhoods near activity centres and public transport. Its proposed Planning Amendment C198 will encourage townhouses, units and apartments of up to 11.5 metres (three storeys) or 13.5 metres (four storeys) in affected streets. The changes would roll-out around Endeavour Hills activity centre, Berwick Village, Timbarra Estate, Casey Central shopping centre, Autumn Place, Doveton, Eden Rise Village, Hampton Park Central, Lynbrook Village and railway station, Merinda Park railway station, Amberly Park, Fountain Gate and Springhill, Cranbourne North. Casey received a largely hostile mass of 321 public submissions, including nine petitions in Endeavour Hills, Gloucester Avenue, Berwick and Timbarra Estate, Berwick. Concerns include increased traffic and parking congestion, eroded neighbourhood character and the lack of public transport,

Outraged Timbarra Estate residents Declan Foley, Laurie Gyles, Pamela Fleming, Barry Cawsley, Rosalind Rosario, Anne Cawsley and Mal Newington. 176982 Picture: CAM LUCADOU-WELLS road and other infrastructure. After submissions, Casey Council rezoned the Lyrebird Gardens section of Timbarra Estate from a maximum four storeys to three storeys. It removed streets west of Endeavour Hills

activity centre from the changes. The council will also review Gloucester Avenue, Berwick in light of "elements" of significant historic and streetscape value. However residents from parts of Timbarra Estate felt ignored, including petitioners in Samuel Close and Dylan Court. Resident Declan Foley says he'll fight the proposal for medium density housing and apartments of up to three storeys and 11.5 metres high in the serene neighbourhood. He moved into the largely single-storey area 20 years ago because of its ambience. Mr Foley says it had been unspoiled since then, and been a popular settlement for young families and retirees. The area's narrow roads and cul-de-sacs couldn't cope with extra traffic, the taller, bulkier buildings were out of character and the area was at greater risk of stormwater floods, he said. Mr Foley argues against Casey's claims that the area is within walking distance of shops and public transport. It's serviced by infrequent buses and near Parkhill Plaza's "supermarket, cafes and twodollar-shops", he says.

"There's no rhyme or reason to choosing this area." A Casey Council officer's report on the Amendment stated higher-density neighbourhoods in "conveniently located" areas would reduce car trips - and hence lower traffic and parking congestion. "Additional road infrastructure will be assessed on an as-needs basis. "Infrastructure and service investments will need to be undertaken, where required, as population increases as with all developing areas." In the meantime, the council has moved to protect Berwick's 'Hoddle Grid' from developments higher than two storeys or nine metres. It has proposed minimum 600 square-metre lots with increased garden requirements. In tabling the report on 5 June, Casey councillor Timothy Jackson said the Amendment was the largest ever undertaken by Casey. Before a packed public gallery, Cr Jackson said residents could also submit to Planning Panels Victoria - which is set to decide upon the Amendment in coming weeks. "That is another opportunity for the community to engage and provide feedback."

Stronger community is Anne’s lasting legacy Her life on the aths track By Rowan Forster

A Berwick woman’s notable contributions to charity, on both a local and international platform, have seen her named as a Member of the Order of Australia. (AM) Anne McGill is among the Australians being recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her distinct efforts to improve society. Mrs McGill is known for her role with Rotary Inner Wheel, in which she has inspired members to raise more than $2.5 million for various community causes. She still remains active in the space, despite being a member for more than 36 years. City of Casey recognised Mrs McGill’s contributions to the community last year, awarding her the title of ‘Citizen of the Year’. The selfless Berwick resident has also volunteered more than two decades of her life for the Victorian Cancer Council. She remained humble receiving the award, thanking her colleagues, family and the community members who supported her throughout her life. “My family have been a great support they’ve backed me with everything I’ve been involved with,” she said. “It’s a bit overwhelming but I’m so very thrilled about it. “When I found out I didn’t know what to say - I’d never expected it.” Mrs McGill said one of her fondest memories was working with Meals on Wheels, providing food to those who needed it the most. “It’s very satisfying personally, being able to take meals to people who can’t afford it and don’t often have interactions,” she said.

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Anne McGill, right, receives her award as City of Casey's 'Citizen of the Year' in 2017. She is pictured with Australian sporting legend Dawn Fraser, who was also honoured with an AC in the Queen's Birthday awards. 173322 “It feels very nice to know that we’re helping children and adults in need. “Often meeting them was quite fulfilling and really made you feel like you were doing a good deed.” She also had a vital role fundraising for health services as the founder of the ‘Coin for a Cord Day’ Appeal with National Cord Blood Research. It was a role she led for more than 15 years. Some of Mrs McGill’s noteworthy services include: Inner Wheel Australia: National Cord Blood Research Coordinator, 2001-2016.

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Narre Warren North's Terri Cater was awarded her richly-deserved OAM for her long and distinguished service to athletics. The 1976 Montreal Olympic athlete represented Australia from 1974 to 1984, which also included the 1974 Commonwealth Games in Christchurch (in which she won a silver medal in the 4x400 metre relay), and the 1982 Games in Brisbane. She's the current team coach of the Australian national under-20 sprints and middle distance runners, and has served as a mentor to the national junior under-19 squad since 2007. Mrs Cater has also served as an Athletics International committee member since 1997, including a three-year stint as secretary. Athletics International supports and assists younger and emerging athletes to achieve their full potential, in addition to helping former elite athletes to maintain a level of involvement in their sport. From 1988 to 2015, Mrs Cater also served as the head coach of the Caulfield Grammar girls' athletics team, as well as coaching both the boys' and girls' cross country teams from 2004 to 2015. She also served as the secretary of the Victorian branch of the Australian Track and Field Coaches Association for 15 years. In addition to her OAM, Mrs Cater was the recipient of a certificate of appreciation from the Glen Eira Council in 2008 and is a life member of the Oakleigh Athletic Club.

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Driver blitz By Cam Lucadou-Wells Police have declared their Queen’s Birthday long weekend traffic blitz a “success” on Casey roads. In contrast to a horror local road toll in 2017, there were no fatalities or serious injuries recorded in Casey during Operation Regal on 8-11 June. However, there were 171 drivers issued with penalty notices for offences such as excessive speeding, using mobile phones, not wearing seatbelts and driving unlicenced. Seven drivers were charged with drink-driving from more than 1500 preliminary drug and alcohol tests, Senior Sergeant Hafiz Mayar, of Casey Highway Patrol, said. “The campaign aimed to reduce the incidence and severity of road trauma across Victoria and in Casey. “It was constructed to ensure all Victorians can travel safely to and from their destinations in the holiday period.” The “highly visible” police presence targeted impaired driving, excessive speed, distracted drivers and compliance with seatbelts, Sen Sgt Mayar said. It also focused on known black-spots and high-collision areas. The clear sheet comes after 10 people have died on Casey’s roads in the past 18 months. Add to that a further 17 road deaths in Greater Dandenong and Cardinia in the same period. “The success of this operation was fortunately there wasn’t any serious injuries or fatalities in Casey PSA,” Sen Sgt Mayar said. Statewide, there were more than 8500 offences - including 227 drink-drivers and 148 drug-drivers. More than 540 motorists were detected driving suspended, disqualified or unlicensed. Soberingly, five Victorians died on state roads during the long weekend.

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Drivers nabbed in speed blitz In a matter of hour, police booked 24 drivers speeding on South Gippsland Freeway. Six of them were speeding at more than 125km/h, earning themselves an immediate licence suspension. A Mini Cooper detected at 150km/h was impounded. Three of the drivers tested positive to an illicit drug.

Teen struck by car A 14-year-old boy was taken to hospital in a stable condition after being struck by a car while crossing Linsell Boulevard, Cranbourne East on the morning of 12 June. The driver, a woman in her mid-30s, helped police with their enquiries.

Search follows body’s discovery Police searched a Hallam street for clues following a man’s body was found in Rowcroft Avenue, Lynbrook on 5 June. SES volunteers joined in the line search on Saffron Drive on 7 June. Police will prepare a report for the coroner.

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Bird’s flight from dead end By Cam Lucadou-Wells Despite a thriving captive-breeding program, the orange-bellied parrot's long-term survival is still perilous. "I don't think that way," says Moonlit Sanctuary director Michael Johnson when asked of the prospects of success. His aviaries are filled with 80 of the birds part of a Tasmanian and Victorian joint effort to save the critically-endangered species. "We are just doing our best to turn it around." As far as is known, there's less than 50 of the parrots in the wild. Just 19 - including three females - returned from Victoria's coast to their only breeding spot in remote south-west Tasmania last Spring. With numbers so low, losing even a few birds is a disaster, Mr Johnson says. The parrot was much maligned when its threatened status nearly caused the scrapping of Bald Hills wind farm in Gippsland more than a decade ago. "It seems to get knocked around a little bit," Mr Johnson says. "But it's a unique species and an important one." The parrot's population is thought to have plummeted due to a loss of mainland habitat, introduced predators and disease outbreak. However, there are bright signs in the Orange Bellied Parrot Tasmanian Program designed to keep the bird alive. In the past two years, 69 chicks hatched at Moonlit - up from just three in 2015. The overall captive population at sites such as Moonlit and Healesville sanctuaries is more than 300, Mr Johnson says. It is not quite a sustainable population but it has allowed scientists to try different ways to release birds in the wild. One of those is 'ranching' - flying over ju-

Residents learn about the parrot and its feeding habitat on a Western Port Biosphere-organised tour on 1 June. venile birds from Tasmania to spend winter in captivity in Victoria, and then flying them back at Spring. The birds are spared the arduous migration that doomed so many of their species last year. The second strategy has been to release very young captive males into the Tasmanian saltmarshes in autumn prior to the winter migration. It is thought their early release will help them better adapt to life in the wild. As well, captive adult males were released in the Werribee wetlands sanctuary to help attract a larger flock. The idea is a larger flock will help protect birds from predators on the mainland.

The narrow strip of saltmarshes at Western Port's Ramsar-listed wetlands could also form an important feeding ground for the wild parrots. "It's a tiny strip between the sand and the ti-trees that gets flooded on king tides. "It seems to get disregarded so people tend to build on it. "That's the main food for these birds. It's important for these birds." Recently 30 residents of northern Western Port toured Moonlit Sanctuary to learn about the bird and the importance of the wetlands habitat. It was organised by the Western Port Biosphere in its efforts to promote the Ramsar site's ecological values.

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High-school students will get a head-start under the bonnet with the opening of a new automotive trades facility at Lyndhurst Secondary College on 5 June. It is part of the federally-funded Cranbourne Region Trades Skills Centre - a joint venture between the college, Cranbourne Secondary College, Alkira Secondary College and Marnebek School. Students from Casey South schools can undertake Vocational Education Training in Schools programs at the four schools and "in the comfort of a school setting", Lyndhurst principal Konnie Prades said.. "It's exciting to finally see this project reach its completion and allow students in the City of Casey area access to state-of-the-art buildings and resources to enable them to gain valuable industry training and experience to prepare them for their chosen careers." The Lyndhurst facility offers first and second year automotive VET courses on the site. It complements a revamped wood technology wing at Cranbourne Secondary College which offers first-year Building and Construc-

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letter for court. Kelly denied the allegations in a largely 'nocomment' police interview, the court was told. At the time, Kelly was on bail over allegedly unlicensed driving, and possessing ice and proceeds of crime - namely $4050 cash - in a stolen Jeep Cherokee in Berwick in September, the court heard. He was also on bail over an incident in which he was a passenger in an alleged stolen vehicle in which a sawn-off shotgun, a rifle, $2645 and a drug tick-list were allegedly found in January. Kelly was subject to two community corrections orders at the time - including a County Court-imposed CCO for trafficking 'ice' and firearm offences. The court heard that Kelly could not be compelled from walking away from the rehab centre. Arrow Health patient-care coordinator Bruce Laidlaw said the centre would advise lawyers, family and police if Kelly left the CCTV and alarm-secured facility. Magistrate Jack Vandersteen indicated Kelly was likely to be jailed if found guilty of the charges, including re-sentencing for the allegedly breached CCOs. He noted the "significant" criminal history over more than a decade, including breaches of bail and a suspended sentence. "Despite what has been put on his behalf, the circumstances aren't exceptional and I'll be refusing his application for bail." Kelly was remanded to appear via video link for a mention hearing at Dandenong Magistrates' Court on 12 June.

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Facebook, Instagram or Twitter is an essential marketing tool - but don't put all your eggs in the social media basket, a communications lecturer told a Narre Warren Business Group meeting on 6 June. Jessica Humphreys, of the PR firm SocialConcepts, advised business owners not to shut down their websites and email marketing in favour of a Facebook page. The recent shift in Instagram's algorithm hit some businesses hard. "What if Facebook shut down overnight?" Ms Humphreys said.

"It's important to have a website even as just a landing page, and to have an email list to disseminate information in multiple ways." Social media was relevant for "99 per cent" of businesses but not in isolation. "You often hear print is dead," Ms Humphreys said. "I don't believe that. I think both digital and print have a role to play." Aside from advertising dollars, a properlyrun Facebook page still cost plenty of time and effort to "cut through the clutter", Ms Humphreys said. It takes effort to reach people on Facebook when more and more businesses are jumping online. You also have to be prepared to keep trying different promos - and give the customers what they want to see. "As to what works, there isn't a right or wrong way. It does change, that's why it's so complex. "All the social media experts tell you different things. "I don't call myself an expert ... how can you be expert in something that has just been around for 10 years? "It's new and it's still evolving." That said, Ms Humphreys was a fan of 'Boost Posts' to help boost page likes, video ads to boost brand awareness and using your email list to target your customers on Facebook. The Facebook Insights tool revealed what posts were working and who was watching them. Its' a "bit creepy" but the ads posted onto your personal Facebook page reveal something about yourself, she said.

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MILESTONE FOR PARKLEA FOUNDER IN 1968 a young Andrew Facey started what would become a long and successful career in real estate. The grandson of Frank Facey, founder of Frank Facey Real Estate, Andrew rose from salesman to director and partner of the firm, taking the reigns from his father Angus in the 1970s. “When he started to let Andrew and I run the business we weren’t very old; in 1975 I was 30 and Andrew was younger than I,” said former Frank Facey Real Estate Director and long-time friend of Andrew’s, Brendan Rice. “Andrew was a gun salesman. Dandenong was starting to boom and there were lots of subdivisions, so Andrew became the go-to man,” said Mr Rice. At this time Andrew’s interest also turned to property development and in 1974, Parklea was born. “I was excited by the idea that I could be a part of building communities - places where people could live, work and play,” said Mr Facey. “That idea drove me to property development and later became Parklea’s ethos.” Parklea is now the biggest broadacre land owner in the Cardinia Shire and has residential and commercial developments from Gippsland to the Great Ocean Road. Recent developments in the South East include Timbertop Estate (Officer), Kaduna Park Estate (Officer South), Arena Shopping Centre (Officer), and Heritage Springs Estate and Heritage Springs Shopping Village (Pakenham). Parklea is continuing to change the face of the Cardinia Shire with future developments planned including the largest residential estate in Cardinia

Andrew Facey and the Parklea team celebrate his 50 years in real estate. Shire’s history in Pakenham East. “The population in Melbourne’s South East is booming with thousands of families making their home here. I’m proud that Parklea is an integral part of shaping new communities during this exciting period of growth.” 50 years from his beginnings as a real estate agent, Andrew Facey is still passionate about property. Accountant for Parklea and Facey since 1986, Frank Barrett, describes working for Andrew as ‘dynamic’. “He does not let an opportunity go by

– he cannot sit still, metaphorically,” he said. “Parklea has enough parcels of land to develop for 20 plus years yet I could confidently predict that we will be making an arrangement to buy something else within a year or so. “When Andrew calls or starts a conversation with ‘I tell you Frankie boy’ he has some good news, you know he has done a deal or is working on one.” Learn more about Parklea and upcoming developments at parklea.com ●

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BUYING INTO MND FIGHT FOR THE LOVE OF THE BOSS STAFF at Pakenham’s O’Brien Real Estate have joined the fierce fight against motor neuron disease (MND), inspired by the heart-breaking ordeal of a company director. The tight-knit team have ordered more than a dozen “Big Freeze 4” beanies to raise awareness for the cause. While the headwear will keep their scalps warm during chilly weekend inspection mornings, their campaign has a more sentimental purpose. It comes two years after corporate director Stavros Ambatzidis lost his beloved father, Nick, to the illness. For Pakenham property consultant Brendan Langley, it was the least he could do to support those in need. “I’ve been involved for a number of years because I think it’s a great cause,” he said. “Usually I’d do it myself but as soon as I mentioned it to the staff, they were all on board to get a beanie and help out. “They were extremely enthusiastic and supportive of the idea. “We’ve obviously had one of our directors very closely touched by MND, so the company is very enthusiastic to provide support.” Every day in Australia, two people are diagnosed with MND and an additional two die from it. The condition - neurological and terminal in nature - deprives patients of their ability to walk, to hold a cup or shower unaided. It can cost as much $70,000 to buy the equipment a sufferer needs to fight the disease. MND Victoria helps by lending that equipment, free-of-charge. O’Brien Pakenham director Rob Capuano said the MND initiative coincides with the efforts of the recently launched O’Brien Foundation. “It’s a good cause that everyone can 2

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TIMELESS ELEGANCE EXUDING timeless elegance, The Camberwell by Premier Builders Group is for buyers who love period features combined with open plan living and modern conveniences. The Camberwell pays homage to the Californian bungalow style of housing built between the wars in suburbs such as Camberwell, Hawthorn and Surrey Hills. The facade, a mix of brick, rough render and wood trim, features an attractive porch distinctive of the Californian Bungalow with a low front wall, curved brick work and decorative leadlight glass in the front door and framing the top of the front window. To the left of the entrance is a formal sitting room with gas log fireplace and matching built-in bookshelves. The clean lines of the single storey Camberwell are accentuated by the artdeco inspired cornice and the beautiful decorative ceiling roses. To the right is the master bedroom suite, with sleek walk-in robe, elegant en suite and separate toilet. The en suite has a frameless double shower and matching square basins. At the end of a short hall the Camberwell opens to reveal a luminous open plan kitchen, meals and family area all complemented by a butler’s pantry and laundry with double garage access. A smart timber deck runs along the side of the Camberwell, with sliding door access from both the main living area and the theatre room/rumpus room. The floor plan includes three more bedrooms, all with built-in robes, family bathroom and separate toilet. Premier building and design consultant

Sharon Crawford-Jones said the Premier team was immensely proud to bring this stunning design to the market. “We have built something really special with this design,“ said Ms Crawford-Jones. “People have to see it to really appreciate the stunning kitchens, period features and elegance.“ The Camberwell is on display at Upton Drive, Timbertop Estate in Officer or contact head office on 03 8768 3600. Starting price is $229,597. �

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QUALITY WITHOUT COMPROMISE SALES and design consultant Mark Berell is the first member of staff customers will come into contact with at boutique building firm Romeo Homes. Mark guides customers through the process of designing their dream home, working to individual budgets and needs. Mark spends countless hours handdrawing initial plans and reworking them to come up with a layout that suits customers’ specific needs. With a thorough knowledge of all the firm’s designs as well as all procedures and products, Mark will be involved in every step during the planning stages of a client’s custom period or Federation-style home. The best part about this service is that it comes at no extra cost. Good design is one of the core values

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CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE WITH so many possibilities, this prime parcel of real estate in the heart of Berwick offers a great opportunity. Whether looking to redevelop (STCA), extend the existing three bedroom-plus home, or build your dream home from scratch, the property is conveniently positioned within walking distance to all Berwick has to offer. The property is situated on a north facing 910sqm (approx) parcel of land. Most of the hard work has been done inside, boasting three large bedrooms including the master with a striking modern ensuite. The remaining two bedrooms and study all have built-in robes with a further main bathroom included in the home. Separate lounge, modern kitchen/ meals with walk-in pantry, opening onto a decked outdoor entertaining area. Bring your cheque books, this one won't last long! ●

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Narre Warren South 2 Azimuth Close Magnificent Style, Epic Proportions Spectacularly located in this highly coveted pocket of Berwick Springs, is this five bedrooms plus study of sought ater real estate. Expansive views from the upstairs balcony, of of the master, spacious formal and informal living areas, (formal lounge and dining, family and meals, and upstairs sitting area), sublime beautifully appointed stone bench kitchen with European appliances, complete with double oven, inbuilt cofee machine and dishwasher, opening onto private garden, and massive grassed area.

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Berwick 19 Grand Manor Drive Epic Proportions for Modern Living Located in the highly sought-ater Chase Estate is this exceptional four-bedroom home with a comprehensive floorplan. Gourmet kitchen with stone benchtops & S/S appliances & an impressive butlerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s pantry. Master with WIR, ensuite with double vanity, feature shower & spa bath, & guest bedroom with modern ensuite. The remaining sleeping accommodation includes three generous bedrooms with WIR, serviced by childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s retreat, modern main bathroom as well as a powder room.

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Boasting beautifully landscaped gardens and an attractive facade. The heart of the abode comprises of hostess kitchen with S/S appliances, 900mm cooker, as well as the light filled dining area and spacious living room. Master suite with WIR, and ensuite. Excellent patio entertaining, surrounded by beautiful, private greenery. Plenty of grassed area for the kids and family pet to grow and play. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, internal access from DLUG with rear roller door and security shutters at the rear side.

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Situated in the ever-popular Chase Estate, in a quiet court, on a 605sqm approx. block, is this fantastic abode, ideal for families or the savvy investor. Hostess kitchen featuring S/S appliances, & ample bench & cupboard space. Spacious master suite with WIR, generous ensuite with twin basin and spa bath. Decked alfresco. Plenty of grass, private, low maintenance garden with cabana and spa bath. Ducted heating, evap cooling, side access with extra parking & internal access from double lock up garage.

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Situated on 640m2 of prime real estate in the heart of Berwick. Renovated kitchen with S/S appliances and plenty of cupboard space open to the spacious family meals area. Down the hall, you will find the great sized master bedroom with BIR’s and the remaining two bedrooms are serviced by a renovated bathroom. beautiful outdoor undercover alfresco area perfect for entertaining all year round. Ducted heating, split system cooling, dual blinds on the windows, LED lighting and plenty of storage and cupboard space.

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Situated on an impressive 796m2, and literally a stone’s throw to Berwick’s famous village lifestyle, schools, shops, Federation University and railway station. Features include three bedrooms, spacious formal lounge and dining area. Functional kitchen with excellent storage overlooks tiled meals area. All set on sizeable low maintenance, keenly sought block, ideal for subdivision (STCA). Complete with garden shed and a double lock up garage. Secure a fantastic opportunity!

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Private retreat on 5.8 Acres!

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The heart of the home comprises of timber appointed kitchen with S/S appliances, open dining space and living room with atmospheric open fire place. The sleeping accomodation includes that of the master suite with WIR. Generous pergola area and huge backyard ofers a plethora of opportunities, whether to introduce a pool or simply park your caravan. Expansive grassed area for the kids and family pet to grow and play. Evaporative cooling, ducted heating, convenient side access and a DLUG.

$610,000 - $670,000 View Saturday @ 2.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24678

Escape the grind of suburbia and enjoy a country lifestyle with the convenience of being located within minutes to everything you could want and need. This stunning property comprises of four generous sized bedrooms, floorboards throughout, formal lounge with open fire place, timber style kitchen/meals area, separate dining room with coonara fire place and timber decked verandah’s. Ducted heating, refrigerated cooling, split system in the lounge, workshop with power, tank water and large dam.

$780,000 - $850,000 View Saturday @ 2.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24826

Brad Nicholls M 0417 324 711 P 9707 4222 brad.nicholls@harcourts.com.au Jack Keen M 0416 489 182 P 9707 4222 jack.keen@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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Berwick 5 Bertrand Close

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Berwick 109 Marisa Crescent

Flawless Lifestyle In Coveted Pocket

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Classic Contemporary Style

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Renovated completely and with simply nothing let to do. Immaculate kitchen, well appointed with stone bench, stainless steel appliances and dishwasher. Sizeable lounge / dining space with floorboards. Master is favored with renovated ensuite and impressive floor to ceiling tiles. Enormous undercover alfresco and an outstanding sized sunlit back yard with plenty of space for a game of the day. Quality fittings and fixtures throughout ducted heating, split system units, and fans.

$710,000 - $780,000 View Saturday @ 12.30pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24756

Boasting sizeable formal and informal living areas, discover this gorgeous 3 bedroom + study Porter Davis flagship home on some 700m2 of prime real estate. Generous master suite, open study and spacious living areas. Well-appointed kitchen overlooking sizeable family / meals. Formal lounge with delightful gas log fireplace. Expansive alfresco / BBQ area, accessed by stylish bi-fold doors. Close to schools, shops and easy to most everywhere, yet quietly located..

$740,000 - $810,000 View Saturday @ 11.30am harcourts.com.au/VBW24762

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

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Cranbourne North 14 Noorat Place

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

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Clyde North 23 Riverbank Close

One Of A Kind

For Sale

Simply Breathtaking!!

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Architecturally designed, with high quality finishes. The main bedroom has a walk-in robe, fully fitted out with drawers and mirror above, shelving and hanging space. Hostess kitchen with S/S appliances & ample space and dining that leads out to the alfresco deck. Close proximity to Eden Rise, Casey Central, schools, public transport & freeway access. Ducted air conditioning, gas heating, security system, double glazing to all windows, 6 Star energy rating & double lock up garage w/ internal access.

$665,000 - $731,500 View Saturday @ 3.00pm harcourts.com.au/VBW24798

Situated in the highly sought-ater Berwick Waters Estate is this magnificent contemporary masterpiece. Beautifully appointed kitchen, with stone benchtops and S/S appliances. Master suite with incredible views, sizeable WIR, & ensuite with twin basins & floor to ceiling tiles. Alfresco with inbuilt BBQ & bar, element blockers & heating looking out to the stunning in-ground pool. Private, low maintenance greenery & grassed space. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, & internal access from the DLUG.

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Jack Keen M 0416 489 182 P 9707 4222 jack.keen@harcourts.com.au Matt Doyle M 0423 339 328 P 9707 4222 matt.doyle@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Franchise / Berwick 30 High Street

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JUST MOVE RIGHT IN - AND ENJOY! SITUATED in the ever-popular Chase Estate, in a quiet court, is this fantastic abode, ideal for families or the savvy investor. The huge open living features as the heart of the home, with hostess kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances, as well as ample bench and cupboard space. Adjacent to this is the light-filled living room and the family meals area with in-built bar. The spacious master suite has walkin robes and a generous ensuite with twin basin and spa bath. The remaining three bedrooms are

fitted with built-in robes, serviced by the modern main bathroom. Additionally, there is a rumpus room, ensuring plenty of room for the modern family. This property is well-presented and there is absolutely nothing to do aside from move in! Outside living includes a decked alfresco - perfect for entertaining. There is plenty of grass for the kids and family pet to grow and play

in a private low maintenance garden, complemented by cabana and spa bath. Other features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, a water tank, garden shed, side access with extra parking and internal access from double lock up garage. It is in close proximity to Eden Rise, Berwick Village, Beaconsfield Town, public and private schools, public transport, freeway access and medical facilities. â&#x2014;?

HOME ESSENTIALS Address: 8 Lakewood Place, Berwick, VIC 3806 Description: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 garage Price: $685,000 - $753,000 Inspect: By Appointment Agent: Jack Keen 0416 489 182, HARCOURTS BERWICK

Narre Warren North 2-4 Cranston Close

A Place to Call Home Delivering lawless standards of premium living and the opportunity to reside in such a prestigious location be the envy of all your friends in a home of the highest calibre. Situated on an elite parcel of approx 4106sqm in one of Narre Warren Norths most prominent locations this property is nothing short of spectacular. A rare offering of huge proportions, 5 large bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, this home ticks all the boxes. Walking through the home the kitchen boasts stone benchtops and large proportions which neatly lows into the meals and dinning areas. Outdoor entertaining is ample with a massive pergola area which overlooks your huge backyard. An opportunity like this does not last long. Call now to book your inspection!

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Koo Wee Rup

3/156 Station Street

$300,000 - $330,000

GREAT UNIT – GREAT LOCATION Ideally located within walking distance of the township’s shopping and transport facilities. A quality two bedroom unit enjoys open plan living, modern kitchen and low maintenance rear yard. The rear pergola and deck add to the overall appeal should you wish to owner occupy or invest in this great opportunity so well positioned.

Pakenham

7/9 Rogers Street

$350,000 - $380,000

WALK TO TOWN Perfectly positioned within the township precinct is this well presented and appealing three bedroom unit. Ideal for the investor or home occupier, this charming unit offers a spacious lounge with gas heating, kitchen/meals area, three bedrooms all with built in robes plus a single garage and generous sized backyard. Blue chip location at a very affordable price.

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11 Henty Street

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Your choice of two bedroom or three bedroom townhouses, soon to be built One sold. Three bedrooms offer walk in robes and full ensuite plus double garage. Two bedrooms with walk in robe and dual toilets. Open plan living zones with a quality list of inclusions – stone benchtops, ducted heating and two pack kitchen. Walking distance to Pakenham CBD, Marketplace, Train Station and Supermarkets. Don’t delay, make the move today!!

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20 Hazeldean Court This older home that needs a little TLC, is an appealing proposition for someone looking to renovate. Extras: spacious lounge, open planned kitchen meals area, large decked pergola, single carport situated on a large block 744m2(approx.)

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9 and 9a Anne Street INSPECT: Saturday at 11:00am Contact Agent Sachin Arora 0411 081 640

2 superb â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;in townâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;houses. Buy one or buy both?! No.9 features 3 bedrooms, study, double garage with roof top deck. 9A features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, open plan living & private patio. Both currently let to excellent tenants.

INSPECT: Saturday at 1:00pm Contact Agent Peter Watson 0418 105 402 Tara Walters 0408 297 896

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such as wood flooring, gas heating, split system cooling as well as robes throughout. Equally, should you prefer to stay, thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s room to extend and spread out could see you living in your dream home sprawled out over the almost quarter acre block. The choice is yours and the possibilities are limited only by your imagination! Situated in a prime location close to local amenities, South Gippsland Freeway, and public transport it really is a package that needs to be seen to be appreciated.

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BERWICK SPRINGS BEAUTY SHINES A rare opportunity exists to purchase this beautiful home in the Berwick Springs estate. With the lake and parkland right at the end of the street, you can enjoy walks in the park every day. The property is close to some great schools, Eden Rise and Casey Central shopping centres and public transport is just a short walk away. Features of this home include: - Four generous bedrooms with built-in robes, the master with a walk-in robe and full ensuite. - A separate study for the kids to do their homework or for the self-employed professional to work from home. There are four separate living areas for the family to enjoy - a rumpus, living room and family room downstairs and a retreat upstairs makes perfect sense for parents or teenagers. The centrally-located kitchen has everything you’ll need to prepare fantastic meals for family and friends to enjoy. There is a butler’s pantry, granite benches, stainless steel appliances and internal access from the garage. There is storage galore in this kitchen, with ample bench and cupboard space. An alfresco area under roofline overlooks the fully landscaped rear yard. Enjoy summer months out here! Also included are downlights, high ceilings, evaporative cooling, ducted heating and a feature gas log fire. This is a beautiful home in a fantastic location - just the lifestyle you’ve been looking for. ●

HOME ESSENTIALS Address: 26 Skipperstone Glen, Narre Warren South. Price: $850,000 -$935,000 Description: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 study, 2 garage Inspect: As advertised Contact: Peter and Penny Ferguson - 0419 559 449 (Peter), 0412 559 405 (Penny), O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE NARRE WARREN 16

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The Timbertop netball team, all kitted out by Orlara Homes.

CENTRE PASS FOR TIMBERTOP

POSITION PERFECT ONLY metres to the Berwick Village shops, cafes, parks and transport, this property is in a brilliant location to forget the car The two bedroom townhouse has a spacious light-filled lounge with streetscape views, generous timber look kitchen, meals area, central bathroom, built-in robes, ducted heating, single lockup garage and paved rear courtyard. Currently tenanted, it is a sensational investment ●

HOME ESSENTIALS Address: 9/11 Wilson Street, Berwick, VIC 3806 Description: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, 1 garage Price: $470,000 – $517,000 Inspect: By Appointment Contact: Graeme Curtis 0419 538 940, FIRST NATIONAL NEILSON PARTNERS BERWICK

TIMBERTOP residents are getting fit, having fun and getting to know their neighbours thanks to the estate's new netball team. The idea for the netball team came from a Timbertop resident who approached Community Development Officer Tammy Radford after taking part in a free yoga class hosted by estate developer Parklea. "The residents loved this opportunity to attend a yoga class within their estate and they loved meeting their neighbours," Ms Radford explained. "As a result, one of the residents asked if I would consider looking at putting together a mixed netball team." A Facebook shout out soon had enough interested players to register a team with the Pakenham Netball League. The Timbertop Netball Team plays in a mixed competition on Wednesday nights at Cardinia Life. "The great thing was that except for one married couple, not one single person knew each other, so again it was an opportunity for residents to meet and connect and make new friends," Ms Radford said. Timbertop resident Sally Groeneveld

said she was enjoying playing netball again for the first time in 20 years. "Thank you to Tammy and Parklea for supporting the initiative to form a Timbertop mixed netball team," Sally said. "For some of us it has been 20 years since playing and so far we are all having such a great time playing, forming new neighbourhood friendships and overall loving the workout." Parklea pays the team fees and weekly player fees, while building firm Orlara Homes has supplied the team polo shirts. General manager Brad Davidson said as a locally owned and operated company, Orlara Homes was keen to support community development. "We employ local staff and think it's important to support community events and sporting teams," Mr Davidson said. "We have been around for 43 years and we want to see the community thrive." Cardinia Life has also extended a charitable hand, offering to host a collection bin to support Parklea's upcoming winter food drive. No matter the score on the board, the Timbertop Netball Team has been a win for residents in more ways than one. ● 12390485-RA25-18

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APPOINTMENT ONLY FOR THIS BEAUTY IF you are looking for a lifestyle property that is within minutes of suburbia, then this is your chance to buy. Enjoy the best of both worlds, have a quiet and peaceful place to come to at night while still being only minutes to everything you may need. Set on approximately an acre of land, this quality-built family home will not disappoint. Features include: four spacious bedrooms with built-in robes, the master with an ensuite and double walk-in robes. A study with built-in desks would be great for the kids to do homework, or as a home office. Two living areas, a formal dining and a meals area for you to enjoy with family and friends. The lounge has a built-in wood fire to keep you warm in the winter months, the second living area overlooks a built-in bar making it a great entertaining space. There’s a large kitchen central to the home that has been recently renovated to include stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances including a Neff self-cleaning oven, built-in pantry, numerous drawers and loads of bench space. A perfect environment for anyone who loves to cook. An enclosed nook off the living area is the perfect space for those who love to sew or do anything with craft. Space to work, with a door to close it all off and keep everything neat and tidy.

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The backyard is a place you will love to be. There is a large, enclosed alfresco with a bar and barbecue area, all overlooking the manicured gardens. With cafe blinds to protect you from the weather, you’ll be able to enjoy this space all year round. If you love to garden, then this property will be a joy. There are numerous mature fruit trees that produce so much fruit you won’t be able to eat it all. The landscaped gardens are maintained by an automatic watering system and three water tanks. Then there is the storage. You have a triple garage that also includes a wine cellar or storage room. A carport at the rear of the garage for more storage, or as an extension to the pergola. Then at the back of the property is a shed that is approximately 18 x 9m with a 3m clearance roller door, high bay lights and three phase power. Connections for phone, internet, drainage and water are all available. Some of the other features of this home include wood heater, evaporative cooling, hydronic heating, ducted vacuum, heated towel rails, double glazed windows to the entire home, water tanks, automatic drip watering system, neutral colours and timber flooring. If you are looking for a home in a quiet and exclusive area but still want to be close to everything, then this one will suit your lifestyle. Inspection strictly by appointment only. ●

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• 4 bedrooms plus two living areas • 2 bathrooms & double garage • Low maintenance yards Within close proximity of schools, sporting facilities, medical & shopping centres, public transport, freeway access.

Address: 18 -20 Hillsmeade Drive, Narre Warren South, VIC 3805 Price: $1,600,000 Description: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 study, 2 garage Inspect: By private appointment Contact: Peter and Penny Ferguson - 0419 559 449 (Peter) 0412 559 405 (Penny), O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE NARRE WARREN

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Beaconsfield 58-60 Brookvale Close

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When style and space combine. For sale. $750,000 - $795,000 Contemporary, stylish and very generously sized, this home offers so much more than meets the eye, while discreet from the road, this beautifully appointed home packs quite a punch. Situated close to Shops, Cafes and Schools, the location is central and convenient, yet once inside the home it is incredibly quiet and relaxing. It has been cleverly designed to create multiple living and entertaining areas, offering a functional and sophisticated setting that embraces the Berwick lifestyle.

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Convenience at your doorstep. For sale. $410,000 to $450,000 Located close to the Fountain Gate shopping centre, Monash Freeway, Oatlands Primary school, Narre Warren train station and all other amenities is this beautiful unit. • 2 bedrooms with built in robes, one bathroom with two-way access • Spacious kitchen with plenty of storage space • Big living area plus the separate dining area • Single lock up garage Gas wall heater, split system air conditioner, separate toilet.

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Berwick Springs beauty. For sale. $850,000 - $935,000 A beautiful home to suit the whole family in Berwick Spring Estate. Featuring: • Four generous bedrooms & study • Four living areas & dining • Kitchen with butler’s pantry & s/s appliances • Alfresco area with fully landscaped gardens Also included is ducted heating, evaporative cooling, internal access to the home, downlights & gas log fire.

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It’s the end of the line By Cam Lucadou-Wells It’s the last stop for a much-loved miniature railway in Narre Warren North. Campbelltown Passenger Railway, with its beautifully maintained locomotives, station, signal box, workshop and tracks, comes to a close on Sunday 24 June. Since 1984, an indomitable couple Colin and Nanc Campbell, both 89, have opened on Sundays and public holidays. They’ve hosted thousands of families, picnickers and kids’ birthday parties - and never had a holiday for themselves since, they say. “I’ll miss it,” says Mr Campbell. “I still like running the trains. It’s doing all the work around the place which is the killer.” The Campbells used to have up to eight helpers, including civil engineers. But with that support departed, it became impossible to go on. It takes many days to mow the vast lawns, let alone picking up rubbish and branches and maintaining the property. “As time passed on, our skilled helpers like us got older,” Mr Campbell says. “We managed for as long as we could.” Ms Campbell adds that “no one has any idea how much work it takes”. “They think we just drive the train around on Sunday.” The couple built the attraction from scratch on a bare 20-acre property in 1978. It took six years of construction and earthmoving - not to mention the planting of 5800 trees - before it was opened to the public. The paddocks have since blossomed into idyllic gardens and woods, rock cuttings and a lake. A sign-writer by trade, Mr Campbell’s handiwork is seen in the neat, hand-painted signage throughout the grounds. He retired from

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Colin Campbell takes one of his final rides on the railway. 181652 sign-writing only last year. On the track, he looks at home on one of his five mini-replica locomotives - whether it’s the diesel Spirit of Progress or a Hudson steam locomotive 464. He is bemused by the young passengers lost in their phones along the journey.

“They don’t even look up. They might as well have gone to the park and looked at their phone - they would have saved (their fare of) $4.50.” Lately, people who enjoyed the ride 20 years ago have returned to bid a final farewell. One of the privileges has been meeting and bring-

ing joy to so many, the Campbells say. Meanwhile, the Belgrave-Hallam Road property has already been sold off. The Campbells know nothing about what we happen to the site. Some time soon though, they plan to get off for a well-earned holiday.

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School holiday fun Dance, sewing and clay art sessions are among the Brentwood Park Neighbourhood House holiday program. The dance session is on 4 July, 10-11.30am, and the clay play is on 11 July, 10am-noon. Both are open to 6-12 year-olds. The Boomerang Bag sewing bee is on 12 July, 9.30-11.30am for children 10-plus years old. Brentwood Park Neighbourhood House, 21A Bemersyde Drive, Berwick. Details: 9702 1218 or admin@bpnh.org.au. Bookings required.

Community choir With One Voice Casey choir welcomes singers of all backgrounds and abilities. There are no auditions. No singing experience is necessary. Rehearsals run each Monday, starting from 28 May. Supper included. 6.15-7.30pm, Mondays at Narre Warren Seniors Centre, 192-1096 Centre Road, Narre Warren. Details: 8679 6088 or withonevoice@creativityaustralia.org.au.

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OM:NI holds a discussion group for blokes over 50 in a warm, friendly environment. They meet over coffee and discuss issues of interest, with plenty of laughs. New members welcome. Tea and coffee provided. First Wednesday of the month, 9am-12pm at Brentwood Park Neighbourhood House, 21A Bemersyde Drive, Berwick. Details: Brian Regan, 0408 545 984.

Glow Wild Rug up, put on your explorer cap and head along to Bunjil Place after-dark to check out the Glow Wild installation, on display until Sunday 17 June. The outdoor plaza has turned into a stunning jungle of more than 45 illuminated animals including zebras, giraffes, pandas and penguins. To accompany the exhibits, Madagascar will be screened on the plaza big-screen on 17 June, 2.30pm. Bunjil Place Plaza until Sunday 17 June, from 4pm-10pm Monday-Thursday, and 4pm-11pm Friday-Sunday. Free entry. Details: bunjilplace.com.au

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Learn to play the bagpipes The Berwick Pipers INC is interested in attracting new members to its group, particularly experienced bagpipe players. The group play B Flat chanters in our bagpipes as it gives them the greatest chance of helping concert bands and orchestras. The Pipers are a group of musicians who play the Great Highland Bagpipe. They have assisted Berwick Rotary on Australia days at Pioneer Park by playing in the Official Party and providing incidental music around the grounds. They perform around the City of Casey at a variety of venues to entertain the public but we also teach learners to play the great highland bagpipe. Despite the group currently having a midyear break, lessons for their learners continue. Email berwickpipers16@gmail.com or visit the website at www.berwickpipers.info. The group's secretary Steve Everett and tutor can be contacted on 03 97296219 or 0425 826 990.

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General meeting Narre Warren and District Family History Group Inc welcomes all visitors to attend the group's general meeting. Afternoon tea will be served afterwards, then the general meeting will begin. Our guest speaker will be Ann Copeland from the family history team at the State Library Victoria. A fee of $3 to be paid on entry to the room. Contact Lynne Bradley at president@nw-

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Ballroom at Balla Balla Improve your health and make new friends with some easy-to-learn and affordable ballroom and Latin dancing at Balla Balla Community Centre East Cranbourne. All are welcome (no age limit). Balla Balla Community Centre East Cranbourne, 65 Berwick-Cranbourne Rd, Cranbourne East. Cost is just $10-00 per one hour session at 4.30pm every Monday. Other sessions can be arranged on requests. The instructor is accredited and approachable. To enrol call Di

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Pre-kindergarten group Narre Community Learning Centre runs a prekinder program Mondays-Thursdays. The program focuses on preparing children for the big step into kindergarten. Mondays 1 pm - 4 pm, Wednesdays 9.30am12.30pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays 9.30 am - 12.30 pm at Narre Community Learning Centre, 1 Malcolm Court Narre Warren. Details: 9704 7388.

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Thursday Playgroup This group is run in a small, fun and friendly environment by an experienced playgroup co-ordinator. With crafts, songs, story-time and outdoor play, it's a great place for your child to socialise and make great friends. Available for children up to 4 years old. 9.30-11.30am Thursdays at Oakgrove Community Centre, 89-101 Oakgrove Drive, Narre Warren South. Bookings: 9704 2781.

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Childrens Fitness The Happy Feet fitness and entertainment program delivers educational content, creativity and social skills. Suitable for 18 months-5 years. Costs $9.50 per session. 12-12.30pm Tuesdays at Oakgrove Community Centre, 89-101 Oakgrove Drive, Narre

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Seniors activities Berwick Seniors welcome new members who would like to join their club and enjoy good company and activities such as indoor croquet, billiards, table tennis, darts, board games and bingo. The club days are Fridays, 9.30am1.30pm.112 High Street, Berwick. Details: 9707 2017.

Cranbourne U3A Term 2 Classes Term starts on April 16. We have vacancies in the following classes - folk art, calligraphy, bridge, mahjong, chess, singing for fun, sewing and patchwork, and knitting and crochet. Beginner music keyboard tuition is also available. The following groups are open to new members - fishing, cycling and table tennis. If retired or semi-retired come along and join in. For more information and other classes check the web site u3acranbourne.net.au or call Helen 0423 623 337.

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Carpet bowls Hampton Park Senior Citizens club welcomes the community to join in a carpet bowls every Saturday from 1pm-3pm at 2 Narellan Dr, Hampton Park. For more information please contact the club on 97992588 or kcj@iinet.net.au.

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Rays learn from the best By Hayley Wildes Although there was no TAC Cup action over the weekend, the Dandenong Stingrays were still busy at work, continuing to drive improvement as they look to stay atop the TAC Cup ladder. Last Wednesday night, the squad was put through its paces by an AFL legend; three-time premiership player, Norm Smith and Brownlow Medallist, Simon Black. Black, who runs the Simon Black Academy an elite Aussie Rules and education academy knows plenty about the talent coming through the pathways these days and was impressed with what he saw from the Rays. “It was great - they’re obviously a highly-talented bunch of young men and very capable,“ he said. “They’re a really committed bunch of guys and they’re obviously going really well, which is great to see and they’re really well led by Craig Black. “I just did a couple of drills with them and worked with some of the midfielders on some stoppage craft and just tried to add my bit of experience and share some ideas. Obviously, it brings back memories for me - I had aspirations at that age to make it into the AFL.” Black was also impressed with togetherness of the squad. “They’re a great footy club - it had a great feel and atmosphere within the group. I got that feeling that they’re a tight-knit group too - it was a pleasure to be down there for the night,” he said. The Simon Black Academy, which is in its third year, provides its student-athletes with the opportunity to progress their football skills, while also studying a university degree in business and sports development. Former Dandenong Stingray Tom Murphy attended the Simon Black Academy and was their first student-athlete to be drafted into the AFL system when he was taken with pick #4 in the 2017 AFL rookie draft by North Melbourne. Murphy made his AFL debut in Round 11 against the Brisbane Lions. He didn’t disappoint; gathering 14 disposals and revelling in a big 54-point win. Black talked about Murphy’s success and

Stingrays players were all ears as Simon Black explained a drill. 181670 the hard work he put in to get drafted. “We were pretty thrilled for him. He’s a great young man and he worked his butt off, so it’s just really pleasing to see him get the opportunity and be rewarded for his hard work in the

last 18 months,” he said. “He’s quite a big-bodied guy and has played a fair bit of inside mid, so he can play that role really well. He can also go forward or he can go back - he’s a bit of a utility, I believe, and he’s

Picture: GARY SISSONS got some real attributes that can help him survive in the AFL.” With a plethora of Rays currently in the AFL system, there will likely be a few more joining them in 2019.

Oneata won't be denied in her pursuit By Hayley Wildes Oneata Schwalger has been around rugby for as long as she can remember. Having made it to the pinnacle of rugby union - playing at the top level and representing Australia - Oneata, who plays for South Eastern Titans Rugby League Club, is now focused on making a career in rugby league. With her synonymous determination and effort, the 32-year-old mother of two is well on her way to doing just that. Recently, Oneata represented the Combined Affiliated States (made up of players from Northern Territory, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia) at the Women's National Rugby League Championships on the Gold Coast. Taking on the rugby league powerhouse states of New South Wales and Queensland, Oneata and her teammates never backed

down and although they were unable to come away with a win, there was great pride in their performance. "It was awesome, especially playing against NSW and QLD teams for the first time. Despite only having two days of training as a team, we weren't far off and I know we can be up there competing for the top spot next year," Oneata said. Oneata's toughness, ability to run through packs and make game-changing plays is what makes her such a tantalising player to watch. Her journey to representing Victoria as a member of the Combined Affiliated States hasn't been an easy one. She admitted she had some mental demons due to shoulder surgery which took months to overcome. The countless hours of rehab, treatment, travel and training were all worth it for Oneata, who ultimately hopes to get drafted to the NRL Women's Premiership competition which

kicks off later this year with the four-team competition to be played as double-headers alongside NRL finals matches. "You've just to do what you've got to do to make your dream come true," Oneata said. "100% that's the goal [to get drafted]." With great aspirations, she hasn't lost sight of what her local club - the South Eastern Titans - means to her and how they have helped her thus far. "The club has been awesome," she said. "There's a great bunch of girls there and I love it because of the culture. It took a lot of pressure off me because of the way the girls are and how family-orientated the club is." Women's rugby league continues to go from strength to strength, and with players like Oneata Schwalger taking the game on and providing plenty of highlights, make sure you keep an eye on what the future holds.

Oneata Schwalger recently competed at the Women's National Rugby League Championships. Picture: SUPPLIED

Matildas trailblazers link up with Team 11 A-League bid Australian football greats Theresa Deas and Debbie Nichols have signed on as Team 11 ambassadors. A week after celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Matildas' first-ever appearance at a FIFA tournament - a tournament at which Deas, Nichols and fellow south-east Victorian product Jane Oakley all played -Deas and Nichols have declared their support for their home region's push for A-League and WLeague admission. Deas, an 18-times capped Matilda across a 10-year international career, represented Victoria for 18 years throughout playing days at 46 STAR NEWS

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Dandenong City, Dandenong North, Waverley City, Berwick City and the Casey Comets. Nichols earned 12 Matildas caps and played for Victoria for 20 years as well as for Springvale, Dandenong North, Dandenong, Berwick City and the Casey Comets. Football Federation Victoria Hall of Fame member Nichols, now a junior coach with Southern United in the WNPL, said it felt right for her to become a Team 11 ambassador. "I've been involved in football in the southeast since 1977," Nichols said. "There is so much opportunity in this re-

gion to have an A-League and W-League side. If Team 11 can get the licence football will boom even more than it is already is. "You see the talent even just in Gippsland, who are hampered by distance, it's a hotbed. "And then, when you include the south-east corridor, there is no doubt there is capability and the players to have a strong W-League team in the south-east." Deas, a Football Federation Australia Hall of Fame member, said it is imperative a W-League bid is attached to Team 11's A-League bid. "I'm a Dandenong girl. I played all of my ca-

reer in the Dandneong-Casey region and it's at the bottom of my heart to promote football in the area," Deas said. "I really think if we're going to go forward for women's football in this state and in this country then there should be more equality. "For that reason I think we should make sure if there are any new A-League bids that we start at the start for both sexes and that every opportunity is given to all people who want to play football, so there is an actual career pathway from grassroots through to elite for every child." berwicknews.starcommunity.com.au


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Seagulls set to fly West? By Russell Bennett Tooradin-Dalmore has made no secret of its desire to join the West Gippsland Football Netball Competition from 2019, and AFL Gippsland has confirmed it’s a potential outcome that’s being discussed as part of its current review. Seagulls president Greg Kelly recently told the News that his club had not only applied to join the WGFNC, but had several “very positive” meetings with the competition. “They (AFL Gippsland) are re-structuring, and their whole game has changed,” he said. “We are a small country town; we simply can’t compete with the Berwicks, Narre Warrens and Beaconsfields, and it’s simply not fair. “We are throwing everything we can at this, we’ve put the paperwork in, and (we) are just berwicknews.starcommunity.com.au

waiting for the review to come through.” This week, an AFL Gippsland spokesperson confirmed that an approach from the current South East Football Netball League (SEFNL) club had been made. “AFL Gippsland has met with representatives from the club and its interest will be considered as part of the Gippsland Leagues and Competitions Review process currently being undertaken by an independent review committee chaired by AFL Gippsland Region Commission acting chair, John Schelling," the spokesperson said. “The review committee will assess relevant data, feedback from member clubs, and the potential impact on both football and netball clubs and make decisions that are in the best interests of football and netball in our region.”

tened by the likes of Shaun Marusic, Luke BeeHugo and Michael Boland. In Round 9 SEFNL action, Cranbourne will endure a sterner test when they host Leigh McQuillen’s Beaconsfield at Frenken Homes Oval in what is the game of the round, while Doveton will return to AJ Robinson Oval

against Tooradin-Dalmore as they eye off their first win of the year. In the two other games on Saturday, Pakenham face the perfect test when they battle it out against the undefeated Narre Warren at Kalora Park, while Berwick hosts an Officer side desperate to take a scalp.

QUIZ NUMBER 1613 1. WHAT is the world’s most watched sporting event? 2. WHICH two sports made their first appearance at the 2016 Olympics? 3. WHO won a record eight gold medals at a single Olympics? 4. WHAT is the lightest weight division in boxing? 5. WHICH English soccer team made a clean sweep of all the titles up for grabs in Britain in 1998-9? 6. WHICH famous Aussie sportsman died in Memphis, Tennessee at the age of 21? 7. WHO was judged Australian sportsman of the year in 1967 and knighted two years later? 8. WHICH state hosts the Stawell Gift annually? 9. WHO was the first Australian bowler to take 200 Test wickets and score 2000 runs? 10. WHICH Aussie tennis stars achieved the first grand slam in men’s doubles? 11. WHICH family was represented in every New Zealand cricket team against Australia for over 40 years? 12. WHAT sport was played at the official opening of Stadium Australia in 1999? 13. WHICH Australian swimmer represented Italy? 14. WHOSE name is on the medal presented to the best player in soccer’s A-League grand final? 15. WHICH American ski resort hosted the 1980 Winter Olympics? 16. WHICH Aussie motor racing pioneer was nick-named ‘Wizard’? 17. WHO scored 100 points in a US basketball game in 1962? 18. WHAT does a yellow flag indicate in motor racing? 19. HOW many points is the yellow ball worth in snooker? 20. WHICH Aussie won the last women’s Olympic 80 metres hurdles gold medal in 1968?

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SOUTH EAST FOOTBALL NETBALL LEAGUE REVIEW - ROUND 11 (SPLIT ROUND) It doesn’t matter what opposition a side comes up against, 56 shots on goal in just two hours is mighty impressive. While Cranbourne was never tested and motored away with a frightening second half, the mature performance from Steve O’Brien’s side proves just how far they’ve come this season. They ran ragged, cracked into the contest when needed, but more importantly corrected shaky kicking by scoring 30.14 after quarter time. And all key cogs around the ground are clicking - Marc Holt is now back to his best, the presence of Michael Boland around the ground is telling, while Glenn Osborne, Brandon Wapshott and Dillan Bass are rock solid. And excitement machines such as Ryan Jones, Kirk Dickson, Cameron Angus and Jake Carosella look the goods. More importantly, Holt devastated with a haul of 10 majors, ably supported by dynamic VFL pair Nathan Gardiner (five goals) and Anthony Vella (five), who combined to carve the game up in another great confidence booster. The Eagles ran rampant in the first term, but were perhaps hampered by their inaccuracy in front of goal, but used the whole width of the ground superbly to set up many scoring opportunities. Despite being barraged with a five goal to one start, the Doves were plucky, and handled themselves well in defence despite taking in a 31-point deficit.

But the game was always going to break open as soon as the Eagles got their kicking boots on, with the extraordinary amount of uncontested ball always doomed to bring about the Doves’ undoing. The difference in class - and namely experience - came to the fore from there on in, with the home side monstering the baby Doves with an unanswered nine goal second term, and running back into the room the home side held an 89-point lead. With Holt ominous in the air courtesy of some silver service by the likes of Vella, excitement machine Ryan Jones and yet another commanding display by Brandon Wapshott, they made the Doves pay with an extraordinary 11 goal third term and a 10 goal final term, bringing the margin all the way out to 211-points. Incredibly, since half time, the Eagles scored 135 to 13, as the young Doves tired quickly and couldn’t keep up pace with the home side, running out 35.21 (231) to 3.2 (20) winners. As a reminder of his class, Holt is now within striking distance of Berwick forward Harry Money and Beaconsfield’s Nathan Langley at the top of the goal-kicking table, with the big Eagle now with 18 goals in his four games this season despite playing considerably less games. And he’s also within striking distance of an extraordinary achievement, with Holt now sitting on 987 goals with the Eagles, with his next three games against Beaconsfield, Narre Warren and Berwick likely to get him closer to the 1000 goal mark. On a dirty day for the Doves, young star Mitch Cotter was brilliant, and despite his slender frame, was a bull in a midfield flat-

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Eagles soar over Burras By Hayley Wildes and Nick Creely SOUTHERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE DIVISION 2 - ROUND 9 In the lone game of the round on the weekend, the Doveton Eagles and Keysborough faced off at Power Reserve. With the Eagles boasting the powerful forward line duo of Darren Sheen (five goals) and Russell Robertson (three goals) for the first time this season, Doveton led at every change to run out 13.18 (96) to 10.13 (73) winners. After a tight first half the Eagles put together a strong third quarter effort to take a 28-point lead into the final change and were never truly troubled in the final quarter. Robertson produced the highlight of the day when he took one of signature high-flying grabs, while Sheen was impressive up forward. Michael Callinan and Steven Ognjenovic were dominant for the Eagles, while Troy Cullen, Chris Bryan (three goals) and Jack Cole did all they could for the Burras. Keysborough's Damien Collins was heavily concussed after an innocuous high-head bump during the game. He was immediately taken to hospital, but we hear he is recovering well and is on the mend. MORNINGTON PENINSULA NEPEAN DIVISION 2 - ROUND 9 Pearcedale did what they needed to do on Saturday, knocking off the bottom placed Crib Point, 5.6 (36) to 13.9 (87). The Panthers found the break in the second term, stretching their 13 point quarter time lead to 49 after a seven goal to one second term. The visitors held sway comfortably in the second half to kick four goals apiece in the second half, with Ben Mitchell and Laughlin Cowell both starring with five goals each. Down at Bunguyan Reserve, Devon Meadows suffered a shock loss to Tyabb, 17.17 (119)

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The Panthers led at half time and were down by just a point at three quarter time, but the home side powered away with a seven goal final term.

DIVISION 1 - ROUND 9 Noble Park fell behind in the first half of their match against Balwyn and were unable to reel the Tigers in, falling 15.11 (101) to 11.11 (77) at

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Balwyn Park. The Bulls were led by Kyle Martin and Dylan Gordon, who battled valiantly all day, while Will Collis (four goals) was impressive up forward. Shaun Cross and Yarran Jaffer-Williams were instrumental for Balwyn.

Future stars on show in an action packed carnival By AFL South East Media Brilliant weather and even better football from the future stars of the game were just two of highlights of a thrilling conclusion to the SEDA 2018 AFL South East Regional Junior Championships on the weekend. Boys and girls from the Frankston Districts, Mornington Peninsula, South East and Yarra Ranges Junior Football Leagues took part in the three-day carnival, which began at Beaconsfield's Holm Park Reserve on Wednesday before switching to Frankston Park and Shepley Oval for Saturday and Monday fixtures across the Queen's Birthday weekend. Competition was fair but fierce, with all four leagues walking away with at least one win over the carnival. The FDJFL led the way with three wins, including a dominant performance in the Under-15 Boys, with the MPJFL claiming two winning shields and the SEJ and AFL Yarra Ranges taking the spoils in the Under-13s and

Under-16s respectively. The Queen's Birthday carnival, an important stepping stone in the Dandenong Stingrays Pathway, has grown in significance over the years and is now aligned with both the Melbourne and St Kilda Football Club's Next Generation Academies (NGA). AFLSE RGM John Anderson said the carnival had quickly developed a strong reputation for identifying the next wave of talent emerging through the junior system. "The Regional Junior Championships have become a very important stepping stone in the pathway to higher honours, such as selection on AFL and AFLW lists, " Anderson said. "It was fantastic to see so many up-andcoming young footballers putting themselves to the test against the best players from other leagues. "Congratulations to all the leagues, their coaches, support staff, parents and players for their commitment to what was a fantastic car-

nival played in great conditions at three of the best venues in the region. "I would like to wish all the players the best of luck as they look towards higher honours in their football journey." This year's carnival was proudly supported by SEDA College, where Year 11 and 12 students complete their senior secondary education immersed in the sport industry. Full results can be found at http://www. aflsejuniorchampionships.com.au/ SEDA 2018 AFLSE REGIONAL JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS HONOUR ROLL Under 13s - SEJ Under 14s - MPJFL Under 15s - FDJFL Under 15 Girls - MPJFL Under 16s - AFL Yarra Ranges Under 17s - FDJFL Under 18 Girls - FDJFL

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Cavs contend at the Classic By Hayley Wildes The Casey Cavaliers have no shortage of talent coming up through their junior basketball ranks. That much is evident by simply walking into Casey Stadium on a Friday night for Victorian Junior Basketball League (VJBL) action. The Cavs' under-12 girls team is further proof of the tremendous talent at Casey. Over the Queen's Birthday weekend, the girls competed at the National Junior Classic (NJC) - the association's first ever girls team to do so. The annual NJC sees the very best teams from across the nation battle it out for bragging rights. This year, the tournament was held at Dandenong Stadium and the Cavs weren't intimidated on the biggest stage. Not content with just making up the numbers, Casey won two of their three group games to finish second in Group C. Their lone defeat was a four-point loss to the Forestville Eagles. With strong contributions across the board, Evelyn Connolly's performance in the tight 5448 STAR NEWS

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The girls of WDevils football side. Precious Dennis, a first-year player on the team said: “It feels good communicating in Auslan and it makes me feel comfortable as well.” Dylan Beasley, secretary of Deaf Football Victoria said the club aims to create a place for members of the deaf community in Victoria to play the sport they love. “Some of them do not play with their local club because they don’t feel they belong

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A Casey local has coached a women’s deaf football team to victory when it took on its interstate rival last weekend. Coach Max Eyking, from Botanic Ridge, is also deaf and led the WDevils to win by 23 points in their second annual match. “I love getting involved in sports, especially in the deaf community,” Eyking signed through an interpreter; Amber Hae Hae. The women’s side was established in 2017 as part of Deaf Football Victoria, which started a men’s side back in 1964. “It started with the AFLW. All the women in the deaf community wanted the same equality,” Eyking said. The WDevils took on a combination of deaf women’s players from other states, who formed the Rebels. This is the 22-year-old’s first year as coach for the women’s team. Eyking’s first encounter with Deaf Football Victoria was in 2013, when he was a runner for the men’s team. Although injury kept him from playing, Eyking’s passion for football and love for deaf sport earned him the position of coach for the women’s side. The match, held in Yarraville, was a fight for the Tanya Morgan Shield - which was inaugurated in Adelaide last year. The only difference to a hearing AFL match, Eyking explained, is throughout the game, umpires wave brightly coloured flags instead of using a whistle. “Deaf people are very good with their eyes. It’s like hearing people with their ears,” Eyking said. Auslan (Australian Sign Language) is the primary form of communication for the team. “I’m deaf. They’re deaf. So communication is pretty effective,” Eyking said.

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