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Brothers score in charity initiative Banjo Ramage, 11, and brother Rocker, 13, are pictured with donated soccer kit items bound for disadvantaged players ahead of the 2018 World Cup. The Barwon Heads pair initiated the collection with the help of their club, North Geelong Warriors. A coach’s kindness to a disadvantaged teammate at training inspired the boys’ donations appeal, mum Katie said. In just two weeks the club gathered over 300 items in “super condition” for distribution through Melbourne’s Reagan Milstein Foundation, she said. “We had no idea how much we'd receive but were thrilled with the response.” Picture: Simone Clarke

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Violent porn, dating apps and historic offences have driven a 45 per cent increase in sexual offences in Geelong, according a local counselling service. “We’ve seen a correlation between the increase of accessing porn and sexual offences,” said Barwon Centre Against Sexual Assault (CASA) chief Helen Bolton. Continued to page 2

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A Geelong community group has rejected claims that a local solar power program’s fixedrate plan “doesn’t add up” for consumers. Geelong Sustainability was among local groups partnering New South Wales’ ShineHub to promote the plan and others at recent Geelong Community Solar Program forums. Unaligned industry figures criticised the fixed-rate plan in last week’s Indy, warning of a “bad deal” for consumers and raising concerns about a heading ‘Free System Solar’ in associated marketing material. But Geelong Sustainability’s Vicky Perrett defended the plan on Thursday, saying “there should be no confusion” about how it works. “Households are provided a solar and battery system for zero upfront cost. They simply pay for the electricity the system produces at a low fixed rate,” Ms Perrett said. “If this scheme isn’t a good fit for a particular household, ShineHub won’t allow them to sign up for it.” Ms Perrett rejected claims the fixed-rate plan’s “numbers don’t add up”. “The fixed-rate plan adds up quite nicely for higher energy users who spend over $500 a quarter. Some customers that came to the events are able to save 30 per cent straight away and have that price locked in long into the future, with all maintenance and product replacement costs included.” Ms Perrett said claims that fixed-rate plan customers could “get rolled” were “highly misleading and inaccurate”. “ShineHub assesses the situation of every individual household with a full system

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Porn blamed From page 1 Young men often had certain social expectations as a result of violent pornography, Ms Bolton said. “And sometimes women go, ‘This is what’s expected of me as a sexual partner’.” Movies such as 50 Shades of Grey could also influence sexual attitudes, she added. Barwon CASA was “well-aware” of online predators using dating aps to pray on the vulnerable, Ms Bolton said. Sexual offences were occurring around Geelong, rather than in specific suburbs, with offenders predominantly targeting females aged 15 to 44, she said. But the increase in offences from 494 to 717 between April 2016 and March 2017 was also a positive reflection on reporting, Ms Bolton said. “We know that there is a significant percentage of this crime that goes unreported.” Recent campaigns had also helped victims feel empowered, Ms Bolton said. “The Me Too campaign has certainly brought about a certain understanding of the rights of women and children have to feel safe.” The media holding sexual offenders accountable for their crimes had also reduced the stigma of reporting them to authorities, she said. The increase comes after the Indy last December reported a 79 per cent rise in sexual offences from October 2016 to September 2017. Victims reporting historic offences drove most of the rise, Ms Bolton said at the time. Recent royal commissions into family violence and child sexual abuse had promoted reporting, she said. Ms Bolton expected sexual offence numbers to continue to increase as more victims felt empowered to come forward. She urged anyone who had experienced a sexual offence to contact Barwon CASA 5222 4318.

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IN BRIEF Man hunted Police are hunting a man who fled a fire in an Armstrong Creek house where police later retrieved a crop of marijuana. The man of Asian appearance was bleeding from a hand when he left the Silky Oak Ln property around 7.30am on 8 June, police said.

Trains apology V/Line’s acting chief has apologised to passengers for service delays last month. Faults and stops at stations longer than scheduled were behind the May result of 86.1 per cent of trains arriving on time, Carol-Anne Nelson said.

Festival focus Geelong’s largest sailing regatta will focus on increasing its interstate and international profile under a new chair next year, Royal Geelong Yacht Club has announced. Stuart Dixon would bring a “fresh perspective” to the Festival of Sails’ leadership after taking over from Peter Alexander, the club said.

Sisters honoured A street-renaming has honoured two Geelong sisters who served in the Royal Australian Air Force during World War II, according to City Hall. Changing East Geelong’s McNeill Crt to Chapman Cres, after Mildred and Beryl Chapman, would also help address confusion with the street’s adjoining McNeill Ave, City Hall said.

UP AND ATOM: Deakin University's Terry Burns and Jenny Damcevska help North Geelong Secondary College students Georgia Kitchen and Drae Seager construct an "earthquake-proof" apartment. Local high school students tested their science skills in a challenge at the university’s Waurn Pond campus yesterday, which continues today. (Deakin University)

Cameras installed Seventeen new surveillance cameras are keeping tabs on Barwon Heads and Ocean Grove after a federal funding injection of $120,000. The cameras would make a “big difference” to security in the town’s business centres, said Member for Corangamite Sarah Henderson.

Crematorium trials heat-to-power idea By Luke Voogt A North Geelong company has helped develop a “world-first” electrical generator from three V6 Holden Commodore engines. Melbourne’s Capricorn Power unveiled the environmentally-friendly Barton engine on Thursday at the headquarters of Austeng, which engineered and manufactured the machine. “There were people saying we should have manufactured it from a Ford engine,” Capricorn chief Mike Hodgkinson said. The Barton engine can generate energy from any heat source of about 350C, Mr Hodgkinson explained. “The heat expands the air within the machine, turning a piston and the piston turns a generator,” he said. The company will trial will the machine at Geelong Cemetery Trust crematorium and Barwon Water’s Black Rock treatment plant. Mr Hodgkinson described the generator as a major advance in the quests for sustainable energy and to reduce waste. The Barton engine solves could solve an

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ence in converting ideas into engineered solutions.” Austeng has exclusive rights to the patentpending machine, which excited managing director Ross George. “I believe this could potentially lead to the establishment of a whole new engine manufacturing technology in Geelong, leveraging off Geelong’s traditional skill set in the auto sector,” he said. About 70 people attended the launch of the technology, including its inventor Doctor Noel Barton and Corangamite MP Sarah Henderson. Capricorn Power invested $480,000 in the generator while the Australian Government contributed $292,750 through its $20 million Regional Jobs and Investments Package. “The successful demonstration of Capricorn Power’s Barton engine is a major step forward in developing waste heat to energy systems,” Ms Henderson said. “This project is a great example of how the Turnbull Government is investing in innovation and advanced manufacturing to create new jobs and opportunities.”

urgent waste problem, with China rejecting waste and landfill levies rising, he said. The engine could produce electricity from the burning of, gas and green and wood wastes, Mr Barton said. Burning green waste produced much lower carbon dioxide emissions than fossil fuels, he explained. The engine had the potential to be twice as efficient as Loy Yang Power Station in Gippsland, Mr Hodgkinson said. “It will only produce a fraction of the electricity from Loy Yang but we intend to make a whole lot of them.” The engine could also help decentralise power sources, meaning “we lose less energy in transporting it on the poles and wires”, Mr Hodgkinson explained. Mr Hodgkinson praised Auseng for the company’s innovation and making the build “look easy”. “Everyone with experience building firstof-their kind equipment knows the reality is anything but,” he said. “We partnered with Austeng in Geelong to build this pilot engine because of their experi-

Local anglers have won a battle again size restrictions on a shark prized for its aggressive fighting ability. Victorian Fisheries Authority announced on Thursday that it had shelved a proposed 120cm minimum on mako sharks after fielding nearly 200 submissions during public consultations.

Tracks closed Some forest roads and tracks southwest of Geelong have closed until spring to avoid “damage” from vehicles using them while wet, authorities have announced. Various routes through the Great Otway National and Otway Forest parks were subject to the closures from this week until spring, said Forest Fire Management Victoria’s Tim Gazzard.

Debt advice Geelong consumers should choose free debt management advice and credit-repair services over companies offering “high cost” alternatives, Consumer Affairs Victoria has advised. Many consumers unaware the free services were available ended up “worse off” after paying the companies high fees, said Consumer Affairs’ Simon Cohen.

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Child care in ‘risk of blaze’ By Luke Voogt Five companies and individuals building child care centres and residential apartments in Geelong have received notices in a state-wide crackdown on flammable cladding. The notices related to 16 future buildings, including two child care centres and 14 residential apartment projects in Geelong, a Victorian Building Authority (VBA) spokesperson said. “Some are in the planning stage and some are under construction,” they said. The spokesperson declined to name the buildings or specify why they were “of interest to the VBA”. The authority issued notices to more than 800 registered builders and property developers across Victoria ordering reports on the type of cladding they intended to use. The move comes after the ABC last year revealed Australian suppliers knowingly sold highly-flammable aluminium composite cladding with a PE core. The sales were more than a decade before similar cladding caused the deadly Grenfell Tower fire in London, which killed 80 people last year. State Government established the Victorian Cladding Taskforce in July 2017, which has representatives from the VBA. VBA chief executive Sue Eddy this month urged builders to respond as soon as possible and said time was critical when dealing with potentially combustible materials. Recipients that failed to respond before the 8 June deadline could face disciplinary action from the VBA, Ms Eddy warned. The VBA also inspected 65 completed buildings in Geelong and the Surf Coast last year. The spokesperson declined to name any of the buildings or whether the authority had identified any faults.

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Meeting Cats heroes helps heal Abbey’s burst appendix By Luke Voogt

FELINE BETTER: Abbey O'Grady was rapt to meet Scott Selwood and Gary Ablett in hospital on Tuesday. (Louisa Jones) 181835

A trip to hospital for a burst appendix turned into the highlight of Abbey O’Grady’s week when she met Gary Ablett and Scott Selwood. The 13-year-old was at her Leopold home with cousins on Saturday when pain struck, her mother Donna Payne told the Indy. “She was crying on the floor in her room and they got on the phone,” she said. “If not for them who knows what would have happened.” Abbey’s dad took her to hospital while Donna rushed from work to be at her side. Before they checked out on Tuesday the Cats stars paid Abbey a visit. “She was a bit concerned originally because she hadn’t done her hair,” Donna said. “But we did a quick hairdo for her and she was absolutely rapt. We’re huge Cats fans - it was just great!” Abbey was thrilled following a dramatic Saturday night. “I’d never had surgery before so it was pretty nerve-wracking,” she told the Indy from home on Wednesday. “It turned out fine - everyone at the Geelong hospital is really nice. “Then we got told Gary and Scott were going to be there and it just made my day. “It was Amazing! I love Joel (Selwood) and Gary ... and Scott.” The Cats duo asked her how she was going and “always had smiles”, she said. She now has a signed Cats hat in pride of place on her bookshelf. “Gary told me not sell the hat that he signed. I’m not going to.”

House fears in parliament By Luke Voogt South Barwon MP Andrew Katos has fought for a Charlemont family over fears they could lose their home to the Barwon Heads Road duplication. Tracey McInnes last week told the Indy the duplication would cut into her home of 20 years after Mr Katos raised the matter in parliament. Mr Katos asked Roads Minister Luke Donnellan why a planned eastern easement cut into the family’s home despite “ample room” to move the duplication west. “Why, minister, do you want to destroy the

McInnes’ family home when there are clearly other more sensible options?” he asked parliament on 28 March. “It is certainly clear that the minister’s incompetents and VicRoads’ incompetents are planning the proposed duplication of Barwon Heads Road from their desktops in Kew.” Mr Katos raised the question twice again in parliament last month after it remained unanswered. In his response Mr Donnellan declined to address Ms McInnes’ concerns but said VicRoads had received “valuable” feedback from businesses and the community during consultation

in December 2017. “This feedback will support the continued development and planning for this project.“ VicRoads had made no final decision on the design of the duplication, Mr Donnellan said. “VicRoads will work with the community as it completes these investigations and expects to present an updated design later this year.” Any plans for the duplication would be in accordance with Geelong council’s 2010 Armstrong Creek Urban Growth Plan and other plans for the area, he added.

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When is a plywood board stuck to a tree trunk worth $30,000? When it’s the subject of the winning entry in the 2018 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, of course! Continuing with the region’s theme of off-beat arts, judges handed the cash prize to Melbourne’s Andrew Browne at Geelong Gallery last Friday for his “evocative, narrative-rich” painting The Awakening. “Evocative” it certainly is, with its intriguing creepiness and all, but the casual observer might struggle to understand the “narrative-rich” bit. Helpfully, the judges offered an explanation in their prize notes. “This may be an image of the fate of painting, or a broader evocation of a world where troubling events transpire on the edge of our awareness,” they wrote. Of course! And here we were thinking it was the back of an old rabbit-control sign on Belmont Common at night! Anyway, locals are advised to get along to the gallery to inspect The Awakening and other art prize entries while they’re still broadly evoking assorted events. A unique initiative road-tested last weekend has gone a modest way to helping Lorne overcome its winter tourism blues. Foreshore manager Great Ocean Road Coast Committee managed to sell out its inaugural Glamping Fiesta, which, to be fair, coincided with the advantage of a long weekend and mild winter weather. Forty fiesta campers did it somewhat less than tough at Lorne’s foreshore caravan park with luxury tents, fire pits, music, wine and gourmet meals, the committee said. Chairman Ken Northwood was delighted with the result.

SPOOKY: Geelong’s $30,000 art prize winner, The Awakening. “Due to popular demand we will make this an annual offer at Lorne,” he declared. Nice work, GORCC! If the big banks aren’t on the nose enough already, one of them has turned up the stink-o-meter to 11 on the Bellarine Peninsula with another branch closure. The Finance Sector Union of Australia revealed this week that ANZ had notified it that the Drysdale branch would close along with four others elsewhere in Victoria. The bank had told Drysdale staff the doors would shut on 1 August, the union said, with their jobs either redeployed or made redundant. The union was also concerned for the branch’s elderly customers, who typically prefer face-to-face banking over the trend toward online transactions. The Drysdale announcement follows the closure of the ANZ’s Queenscliff branch two years back. Thanks for nothing, ANZ. Local customers might like to return the favour with some withdrawals of their own.

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A ferry between Geelong and Docklands would need “at least 130 passengers” daily to be viable, according a community group supporting a similar service on the Bellarine Peninsula. Portarlington Ferry and Safe Harbour Group gave the figure ahead of a two-day trial of a Geelong commuter service late next month. The Indy reported last month that commuters would travel free after Geelong businesses agreed to financially support the trial. The Port Phillip Ferries trips would target commuters presently travelling to Melbourne by car or train, the Portarlington group said. “It is believed that to be viable a long-term ferry service would have to attract at least 130 passengers per day. “The target market would be the estimated 17,000 Geelong commuters who currently travel to Melbourne each day. With a trip time of 100 minutes, it remains to be seen (whether) a regular ferry service … while being 30 to 40 minutes longer, is more attractive than sitting in a car on a gridlock(ed) highway or travelling to Melbourne via a V/Line packed train.” Port Phillip Ferries’ Connie Trathen said patronage of the company’s Portarlington service

ALL ABOARD: A Geelong-Melbourne ferry trial begins next month. was up “on all fronts” after the first two years of operations. “Commuter numbers have increased, and although they are not the fastest-growing sector, they are the most loyal users of the ferry and do a wonderful job spreading the word to (potential) new customers. Seniors group were a “large part” of the ferry’s weekday patronage but trip packages involving hospitality businesses on the Bellarine Peninsula were the “most effective”, Ms Trathen said. “People are really drawn to having an entire experience mapped out for them, with a onestop shop.”

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‘Miracle’ son’s in the pink By Luke Voogt Whenever Marcus Curypko looks at his “miracle” son Isaac he is thankful his wife Jenny was vigilant of breast cancer. The Highton couple gave birth to Isaac on 2 May after Jenny, 39, survived the disease. “We’ll be eternally grateful for all the medical support she’s had over the years,” Marcus said. “We’re just blessed that Jenny’s still around and that after a lot of trying, cost and early mornings we were able to have Isaac.” Jenny’s family history of breast cancer prompted the couple’s vigilance. “Her mother had it and she’s still with us,” Marcus said. “Jenny’s aunty had it twice and unfortunately the second time it claimed her life.” Marcus will don “fanatically bright” socks in an 8km run on 24 June to encourage others to be vigilant of the disease. “I think it’s great to get that message to the population that, it doesn’t matter how young you are, you can still get this,” he said. Jenny had scans in 2012, which led to the early detection of a tumour and surgery before it could worsen. She had her first round of IVF, which amazingly led to Isaac, before undergoing cancer treatment. “Quite often women that have the treatment come out of it infertile,” Marcus explained. Jenny also had a double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery because of her cancer risk. Several years later, after additional IVF, the couple were losing hope of having a child. “We were on a second-last chance and after that it was pretty much adoption,” Marcus said. But then Jenny fell pregnant using her first round of IVF. “Isaac wouldn’t be with us if it wasn’t the IVF folks up in Melbourne,” Marcus said. “To be honest he’s a little bit of miracle.”

MIRACLE: Marcus and Jenny Curypko, who survived breast cancer, with six-week-old IVF baby Isaac. (Rebecca Hosking) 181847 After a few weeks of crying at night Isaac has his “clock around the right way” and is “as predictable a six-week-old child can be”, Marcus said.

Marcus will join thousands Australia-wide next week as they ‘Go Pink’ to raise breast cancer awareness and money for research. He urged locals to support the National

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Brick works raise $10,000 About 2000 kids and kids at-heart stared in awe at Lego displays at Queenscliff over the weekend, featuring pirates, princesses and everything in between. The 50-plus Lego scenes of fantasy, imagination and local iconic buildings at Queenscliffe Bricks fascinated organiser Karen Pecar. “Residents of Geelong and the Bellarine might have recognised Lathamstowe Queenscliffe,” she said. “However, the carnivorous man-eating plant in the garden might have been a surprise, or the Geelong CFA and ambulance station.” The brick enthusiasts helped Queenscliff Rotary Club raise more than $10,000 during the two-day exhibit, Karen said. The money will fund Rotary’s support of local refugees and aspiring indigenous health professionals, along with its larger quest to end polio.

Lego guru Travis Matheson worked his magic in masterclasses revealing the secrets of “brick bending” - the art of making straight bricks into curved shapes. “In 20 minutes the young initiates managed to build a huge circle out of Lego that fit 40 adults and children inside,” Karen said. Melbournian Kale Frost won the people’s choice award for ’World’s Finest’ - a huge multidimensional mosaic depicting Superman from one angle and Batman from another. The exhibit attracted local Lego enthusiasts, young and old, like Point Lonsdale nursing student Huw Joyce. Huw spent about eight hours studying the detail of Geelong’s fire and ambulance station and constructing a replica, he told the Indy least week. “(Lego is) a good escape from everyday life,” he said.

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A Norlane man who allegedly threatened to stab a security guard while attempting to steal meat at Corio will face multiple charges. The guard challenged the man in a Corio Central Shopping Centre supermarket after observing him with “meat items” concealed under his clothes on 18 April, police said. In response the man produced scissors and threatened to stab the guard before leaving the area, police alleged. Police arrested the 33-year-old man after posting security camera images of the alleged incident on social media with a call for public help to identify him. “The male pictured was in the store at the time and is requested to contact police as he may be able to assist the investigation,” police said. Police charged the man with threatening to inflict serious injury, theft and possessing a controlled weapon. The man will appear at Geelong Magistrates’ Court on 7 August after being granted bail.

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A free community event in Geelong West will celebrate the shortest day of the year this weekend. Geelong West Neighbourhood House will host the event from 5.30pm to 7pm on Sunday, four days before the actual date of this year’s solstice on 21 June. Everyone was welcome to join the celebration, the neighbourhood house said. “This is a time that traditionally acknowledges the shortest day of daylight in the southern hemisphere. “Bring a rug and your lanterns, enjoy a hot chocolate and join us for a family friendly, amazing and memorable celebration of music, colour and light in the beautiful West Memorial Park in Geelong West.” The event would feature a parade around the park with drummers and artists along with “interactive drum and hoop sessions around a fire pit”, the house said. Hot chocolate and marshmallows would be available for a gold coin. The house was staging the solstice celebration with the sponsorship of Hodges Real Estate. More information is available at gwng.org. au. geelongindy.com.au


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HERO: New Order of Australia member Shurlee Swain. (Rebecca Hosking) 181853

Cruelty work wins honour By Luke Voogt Helping child-abuse survivors “tell their own story” has been the “greatest privilege” for Geelong historian Shurlee Swain. Professor Swain became one of Geelong’s three newest members of the Order of Australia on Monday for her life’s work exposing historic institutional cruelty. “I think what people tell me is I’m getting their stories right,” the central Geelong grandmother said on Tuesday following a history conference in Belfast. “That validates it for them.” After a few years as a social worker, Prof Swain began documenting the histories of local organisations that cared for children. “Through meeting people who had grown up in those institutions I learned the darker side,” she said. “A lot of them confronted me and said, ‘why don’t you tell our stories?’” So she began documenting the “warts and all” history of churches, charities and institutions that cared for children, interviewing care leavers. “In every state there were thousands of them,” she said. “It’s a huge amount of work that has consumed a lot of my life and the lives of my colleagues. “You’ve got to learn to be a really good listener, value their experiences and never argue with them.” She was “immensely grateful” for their stories, which helped her build comprehensive histories of institutions as a scholar at Australian Catholic University. “They supported me in this research even though they knew the church wasn’t going to come off well,” she said. Prof Swain wrote books on topics like forced adoption, and three reports in 2014 that were instrumental in the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Authorities would answer children’s pleas for help in future thanks to the commission and the research it encouraged, she said. “Even the police didn’t believe or wouldn’t believe children were being abused by priests or people in charitable organisations,” she said. “Now that will never happen again because, A, people know it happens and, B, that it shouldn’t happen.” Telling survivors’ stories was the “greatest privilege” as a historian for Prof Swain. “Although a lot of them can tell their own stories,” she said. “They appreciate having me to stand beside them. I’m there if they want me to speak.” Wallington’s Peter Tanner and Newtown’s David Watters also became members of the order on Monday. Locals Keith Fagg, John Craven, Arvind Srivasta, Mark Kirkland, Lyn Mulligan, John Spence and Neville Barwick each received a Medal of the Order of Australia. geelongindy.com.au

Pete has been with us for eight months and supports the executive team in managing strategic risks. Pete’s role is supporting services for the community, foreseeing risks and rationalising them into something we can manage. The positive culture and a fantastic team are things Pete loves about his job. A highlight so far has been putting together a Risk Management Framework, normally taking 18 months, in three months. A baker by trade, Pete studied Business Marketing for a career change. Pete spent 10 years touring around Australia and performed his own song, ‘What are they marching for?’ to a sold out MCG on Anzac Day 2004. A perfect day is a nice meal with his wife Lisa, a few wines, then finishing off the day with a jam with his three children, Isabella, Zac and Jack.

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EMPLOYMENT HONOURED: Newtown surgeon and new member of the Order of Australia David Watters. (Rebecca Hosking)

Hero surgeon awarded OAM When David Watters first travelled to Papua New Guinea in 1992 the country had 14 surgeons in a population of four million. But the Newtown surgeon and new member of the Order of Australia helped get that number over 100. For eight years Professor Watters supervised and performed surgery on locals who travelled across jungle and mountains for lifesaving treatment. He also performed surgery in Zambia and South Africa throughout most of the 1980s. The locals bore their suffering stoically, he said. “You can see it in their faces. You can always do something to alleviate people’s suffering but it doesn’t mean you can always cure them.” But the surgeons he trained had saved tens of thousands of lives since, he estimated. “When you send patients back to be with their family it’s one of the most satisfying things about being a surgeon,” he said. “It’s no different in Geelong doing an operation.” The Edinburgh University graduate moved to Geelong in 2000 where he has taught the next generation of surgeons. “People actually want to train in Geelong now,” he said. He has directed endocrine and colorectal surgery at Barwon Health since 2002 and served in several roles on the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Prof Watters returned to Papua New Guinea last year and was thrilled with how local surgeons had progressed. Whether in Geelong or overseas “it’s all about seeing them do great things for their patients,” he said.

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COUNCIL MEETING The next meeting of the Greater Geelong City Council will be held at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Little Malop Street, Geelong on Tuesday 26 June 2018 commencing at 7.00pm. This meeting is open to the public.

HAVE YOUR SAY MARSHALL PRECINCT STRUCTURE PLAN The City invites members of the community to attend a public consultation meeting and help inform the development of a precinct structure plan for the Marshall Precinct. The Marshall Precinct is the final residential precinct located within the Armstrong Creek Urban Growth Area and is located in the northern-most part of the growth area bordered by Reserve Road, Barwon Heads Road and the railway line.

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Moon landing on Antarctic By Luke Voogt Ellen Moon felt like she had wandered into a painting when her ship the MV Ushuaia glided into Portal Point, Antarctica. “The scale and beauty of it almost didn’t seem real,” the Mount Duneed resident said. The English-born scientist stared across the bay in wonder at the stark white ice, the still blue sky and inky indigo Ocean. “There were these incredible colours,” she said. “The mountains almost looked like they were painted on.” Dr Moon was one of 80 women who travelled more than 1000km across Antarctic seas for a program promoting female leaders in science. “Women are significantly underrepresented in the leadership positions of science,“ she said. The women travelled to volcanic wastelands and abandoned whaling stations as they immersed themselves in the program, free from the distraction of phones and internet, Dr Moon said. The Deakin University lecturer remembered approaching their first Antarctic destination, Half-Moon Island, after sailing across “angry” 5m white caps in the Southern Ocean. “It was very misty and the water was eerily calm,” she said. “You could probably see about 10m or 20m in front of the boat. Then, almost like something out of a movie, this island just appears out of the mist.” The variety landscapes amazed Dr Moon. Whale bones and old corrugated iron littered the dark shores of Deception Island, while zebra-striped mountains loomed in the background. “It (looked) like a post-apocalyptic wasteland,” Dr Moon said.

“It’s essentially a black volcanic landscape but in the higher hills you’ve got this light dusting of snow.” She jumped the first few times huge chunks of ice split from glaciers and plummeted into the sea, making a sound like thunder. At first she thought the sound was lightning or a car backfiring. “Your brain thinks, ‘hang on a minute that’s not what it is!’” Local wildlife captivated her throughout the voyage and the penguins were “particularly entertaining“. “They’re just incredibly clumsy on land,“ she said. “They face-plant a lot - it’s brilliant! But they just shrug it off.” She was equally in awe of the birds’ grace under water and their ability climb large hills by jumping up slopes. The voyage was the finale of the Homeward Bound program, themed Mother Nature Needs Her Daughters. The women visited Antarctica because the effects of climate change were much more visible there than in other parts of the world, Dr Moon explained. They saw these effects visiting US research facility Palmer Station, she said. “The glacier alongside the station has retreated 300m over the last 30 years. Every year they go down to the glacier and can’t believe how much has retreated.” She met a scientist who had an island named after him. The man described moment as bittersweet given researchers only found the island after the glacier hiding had it melted.

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LETTERS Raise tax for free schooling It was extremely encouraging to read about the Future Focus program striving to keep vulnerable and disadvantaged Geelong children and young people engaged in mainstream education (Geelong Indy, 8 June). Programs such as this deserve community support. However, lasting significant improvements in disadvantaged student school retention rates can occur until all government education is free. At present government schools charge each student a levy or fee and then also often ask them to pay for basic essentials such as computers, iPads, electives and camps. On top of all this parents are expected to buy the required school uniforms, bags, textbooks and stationery. Many parents living below the poverty line and struggling to feed their families can’t possibly make all these payments, which in turn disadvantages their children’s education. When students can’t afford all the requirements of their school they risk falling behind in their learning. This further increases their risk of dropping out of education completely, with little prospect of obtaining meaningful employment. One of the best ways to work toward eliminating this huge risk is for every aspect of state school education to be entirely free for all students. This would of course come at a cost for our state and federal governments but those of us with ongoing, properly paid employment can afford to pay increased taxes, as can the vast majority of businesses, corporations and multinational companies. Robert Van Zetten Highton

Shining light for local solar Geelong Sustainability and community partnered 100% Clean Bellarine, Colac Otway Sustainability Group, Surf Coast Energy Group, Frack Free Moriac and Scouts Victoria aim to lead our region to a clean-energy future. The uptake of rooftop solar in our region had stagnated. Our members asked us to run a bulk-buy because they were confused about what to buy and who to trust. After much research, we partnered ShineHub and developed the Geelong Community Solar Program. The community has enthusiastically received the program, with attendance far exceeding expectations. Over 1800 people registered their interest in the program and over 1200 attended the 17 information sessions we ran across the region. The ‘free’ or fixed-rate solar plan (Geelong Indy, 8 June) is one of three purchasing options available through the program. It enables householders to access a fully-maintained solar and battery system and to benefit from certainty regarding their electricity costs for the next 20 years. This option suits households with high energy usage, enabling them to reduce their bills by 15 to 30 per cent. Other options include outright purchase or a personal loan with monthly repayments generally less than electricity bill savings. The program is on track to install over 300 solar and battery systems. That’s over 4800 solar panels and more than a megawatt of battery storage. That’s 300-plus households that will benefit from access to affordable and renewable energy. Vicki Perrett Geelong Sustainability president

Power bills fixed Two years ago I co-founded a start-up called ShineHub with the goal of replacing big energy with community solar. It is our mission to make both solar and batteries affordable and accessible for all Australians. We achieve this by leveraging peoplepower and group buying discounts, which significantly reduces the price of going solar. After six months in the making we launched the Geelong Community Solar Program in May with a great response: 1840 expressions of interest and 800 local residents coming along to our 17 information events. At the events we go through the options to purchase the system, apply for a personal loan, or do a fully serviced fixed-rate option where the customer just pays for the power the system produces and all maintenance, equipment replacement and general servicing 12 GEELONG INDY

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BUCKETS & BOUQUETS Bouquets to Bishop Michael Curry for attempting to do for Christianity what an infusion of new blood has done for the royal family: removed the stuffiness and let joy in. Melva, Anglesea

Buckets to a waitress at a winery restaurant for off-hand comments to customers. We will not return and neither will plenty of other business. Margaret, Ocean Grove

Buckets to State Trustees for not having a local office, which is inconvenient for Geelong people. Why is it so? An office is desperately needed here. Lucy, Hamlyn Heights

Buckets to a tomcat that eats all of my cat’s food. I made a little scarecrow to frighten it. My Harry has a high-pitched meow since he was castrated, so the tom probably thinks he’s female. Next door has two dogs that at least bark a lot. Pearl, Bell Post Hill

comes at no additional cost to the customer. The fixed-rate plan typically works best for higher energy users, folks paying $500 or more, who can see immediate savings in year one and enjoy a low, predictable energy cost for years to come. Unfortunately, because we’re disrupting the status quo and offering unrivalled deals there are always a few solar companies that attempt to confuse customers with defamatory, false and misleading attacks, both personally and professionally. This saddens us because ultimately it just hurts the local community, confusing people and preventing them from taking advantage of the huge benefits of solar and battery solutions. Readers who want to learn more can visit shinehub.com.au/geelong. Alex Georgiou ShineHub chief executive officer

Barrabool beats Cox I acknowledge the First Australians and the Barrabool tribe, advocating with many others that the federal electorate of Corangamite keeps an Aboriginal name but be renamed Barrabool. It would be offensive to me to lose an Aboriginal name to a non-Aboriginal one. The objective of the Australian Electoral Commission to name more electorates after eminent women is commendable but not at the expense of Aboriginal names. As a National Trust life member, I believe that Elizabeth Austin, whose family built Barwon Park and founded the Austin Hospital, is a much more notable woman than was May Cox, who is not well known. Given there was a Shire of Barrabool prior to council amalgamations, the new electorate is an opportunity to recognise the Barrabool tribe and Barrabool name. The name is easy to pronounce and in the spirit of reconciliation. Given that the Barrabool tribe were wiped out, naming the electorate Barrabool is the least we should do. The Shire of Corangamite will keep the recognition of Lake Corangamite, and the federal electorate of Corio perpetuates the former Shire of Corio. It is important to note that Barrabool sandstone quarried from Ceres and Barrabool was used for many significant buildings including the Supreme Court of Victoria, Geelong’s Customs House, Werribee Park Mansion and various buildings at the University of Melbourne. Corangamite should be renamed Barrabool. Adrian Schonfelder Barrabool

We had a ball I was delighted to attend Victoria Police Blue Ribbon Foundation and Geelong Combined Emergency Services’ Roaring ‘20s Blue Ribbon Ball at Rydges Geelong. Hundreds of guests dressed to the nines, or rather the Roaring ‘20s, which really was a sight to see. Joining me in celebrating our dedicated emergency services personnel while raising funds for medical equipment for Barwon Health were emergency services shadow minister Brad Battin, Member for South Barwon Andrew Katos, and Liberal candidates for Bellarine and Geelong Brian McKiterick and Freya Fidge. Ian Cover, a last minute call up MC, did a great job in keeping us entertained with his razor-sharp wit and interesting Geelong stories. It was also terrific to see Peter Hitchener chatting and mingling with everyone and generously allowing many photos throughout the night as a patron of Barwon Health Founda-

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tion and Geelong Hospital Appeal. This event relies on volunteers, who I want to acknowledge together with the supporters who donated prizes and goods for the silent and live auctions. The real hero of the night was Leading Senior Constable Andy Brittain who works hard every year to ensure the ball is a sell-out. It’s no surprise he was named Blue Ribbon Foundation’s 2017 Policemen of the Year. I congratulated him and all others involved in making the event so successful, raising over $10,000 for emergency medical equipment. Simon Ramsay Member for Western Victoria

No nukes is bad news While the jury remains out on Canning MP Andrew Hastie’s recent use of parliamentary privilege to reveal alleged bribery charges et cetera, plain talk and proactivity must become a national priority. Clive Hamilton’s book Silent Invasion, given its thorough documentation, is mandatory reading. While a committee report on espionage and foreign interference with 60 recommendations was recently handed down for parliamentary debate, much more is required. We’re a largely untapped, resource-rich repository and clean-green food bowl but, defence wise, a minnow in a rapidly changing regional landscape. While the US Alliance is a cornerstone, until we have in place as a deterrent and fall-back position a nuclear capability our nation of 25 million remains vulnerable. Yes, we want to co-exist in peace, to share the mutual benefits of trade and prosperity, and to see peoples delivered from poverty. We also want to grow goodwill, tourism, health and educational scholarships et cetera, yet a nuclear capability deterrent line-in-thesand needs to be promptly put in place for all that to continue to transpire on a sure footed and sovereign basis. Richard Worland Manifold Heights

Deal or die It is a bit rich for America and its allies to insist that any country denuclearise. America has some 700 military bases around the world. Logically, it has no right to demand that any country give up their guns. Along with the US goes NATO, which is the hit-man of Europe. Many years ago I was intrigued that NATO was flying around all over the place conducting missions, seemingly without the right permissions. The North Korean leader has been said to be deadly paranoid about being treated in the same way as Saddam Hussein and Muammar Qaddafi, who were summarily executed. The news earlier this week was that the US army was conducting secret training exercises on the North Korean border. Could this have been seen as some sort of treachery? If it can, then Kim’s alleged paranoia is well founded. Gary Oraniuk Geelong West

Consumers milked I buy a three-litre plastic container of milk from a local supermarket. In recent months I have noticed that the container is never filled up to the top. At times the gap is quite significant. Consumers are being duped, once again. Michael J Gamble Belmont

Contrary to Australian Education Union’s schools funding scaremongering, the Turnbull Government will deliver record funding to Corangamite public schools that is fully funded, transparent and truly needs-based. There are no funding cuts. Simply, the Turnbull Government is growing funding for Corangamite public schools from $40.1 million this year to $48.8 million in four years’ time and then to $63.1 million in 2027. In fact, Oberon Primary School’s allocated funding will grow from $2476 per student this year to $2646 next year and $3894 in 2027. Only the education union and Labor would see this record and growing funding as a cut. Our funding growth means there’s no reason why Oberon Primary School and other public schools in Corangamite won’t be able to continue to support teachers and new or existing initiatives such as specialists or targeted intervention programs. We have a clear plan to build a stronger school system and to ensure schools, teachers and parents have the tools and capabilities to ensure students reach their full potential. Our plan contrasts Labor, which can’t say exactly how much it would fund Oberon Primary, Belmont High, Barwon Heads Primary or any other school around Geelong, Colac and the Surf Coast. Simon Birmingham MP Federal Education and Training Minister

Support deafblind I write from not-for-profit group Able Australia to let readers know that Deafblind Awareness Week runs from 24 to 30 June. It’s a time to celebrate the deafblind community and a chance to ask people to help with this important cause. Australia has 332,400 deafblind people. They are challenged every single day. People with deafblindness face astronomical challenges. Imagine what it might be like if you can’t see or hear. At Able Australia we are constantly inspired by the resilience, strength and resourcefulness of deafblind clients. We are appealing to the community to donate to our powerful cause. The reality is your dollar can make a very meaningful difference to the deafblind people we support. To find out how to donate, readers can visit ableaustralia.org.au or phone 1300 225 369. I urge readers to please donate to our powerful cause. Kate MacRae Able Australia chief executive officer

Climate conspiracy Why are we told the science is settled on climate change even though the science regarding its connection with carbon dioxide is highly contestable? The real motivation is not to save the planet but extending the power and control of the United Nations and the redistribution of wealth. The UN’s IPCC was set up to foist on the world an environmental catastrophe like global warming that could be controlled only by scaling back western industrial output by raising power prices and giving developing nations huge wads of cash to fight climate change. Governments have felt compelled to move with the times on climate change because they have taken at face value the findings of the IPCC and associated scientific bodies. Prominent scientific bodies have enthusiastically jumped on board as massive research grants have been set aside to solve a problem strangely enough not established by the scientific method. Local councils have also jumped on the bandwagon and energy companies have been quick to see there are mountains of cash to made from renewable energy subsidies from governments. Many large businesses and superannuation funds have invested billions in renewable energy projects while eschewing investment in fossil fuel power plants, leading to high energy prices and a critical shortage of dispatchable power. All this has created a massive climate change industry, which has become a tsunami demolishing common sense and the national interest in the process. It’s time for a Royal Commission into the climate change industry. Alan Barron Grovedale geelongindy.com.au


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Angel Dave gets personal By Luke Voogt Dave Gleeson loves rocking up close and personal with fans of The Angels. “The best gigs are when you’re nice and close with the crowd,” the band’s front man told the Indy. “They’re getting harder and harder to find.” Which was why Gleeson was keen to return to a packed Gateway Hotel on 13 July. “It’s become a great gig on the touring circuit,” he said. Gleeson was part of that crowd himself as lead singer of fellow Aussie icons The Screaming Jets. “The first national tour we ever did was supporting The Angels,” he said. “That was a huge thrill for us. I would watch Doc (Neeson) onstage every night and I probably learnt a few things which I didn’t know I’d be using in the future.” Decades later Gleeson went to see The Angel’s Rick and John Brewster at a pub in Adelaide, where the brothers spotted their old touring mate singing along. “They asked me to get up and do a couple of songs,” he said. The Brewster brothers asked which songs he knew and Gleeson replied: “all of them mate! I’m from Cardiff!’” After that gig Gleeson took up the mantle of original lead singer Doc Neeson, who died in 2011, and has sung for The Angels ever since. He continued with The Screaming Jets and had even sung for both bands in the same night at a few festivals. “It’s not so bad - there are mates of mine in bands who still have to do four sets a night,” he said. But Gleeson had managed to keep the two bands separate, despite fans screaming for Jets songs at his Angels gigs.

SEE YOU AGAIN: The Angels return to the Gateway Hotel next month. “I get fans yelling out, ‘sing Better!’” he said. “I say ‘I’m singing as good as I can!’” The Gateway Hotel gig would be no different as the band tears through the iconic Face to Face from cover to cover to celebrate the album’s 40th anniversary. “Get out your old copy and then come see it live,” Gleeson said. The band will play the “brutal” Mr Danger, the “sing-along” Be With You, Take a Long Line and, of course, the iconic Am I Ever Gonna See

Luckily, crowd behaviour had improved too, Gleeson said, admitting he had limits for getting up close with fans. “Stage invasion isn’t really a thing like it used to be in the day - there needs to be boundaries.” One of his favourite clips shows Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards hitting a stage invader with his guitar at show in 1981. “Thankfully I’ve never had to do that,” he said.

your Face again, he said. Touring had become less hectic then when Gleeson started out, he said. “Back in the day when we first started with the Jets we’d be playing six nights a week.“ The band set aside Monday for laundry, which is why they always stank, Gleeson explained. “Everyone just got on it and thought ‘beauty a day off.’”

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Earl’s playing it for laughs By Luke Voogt

EARL OF LAUNCESTON: Josh Earl joins four other prolific Aussie comedians onstage in Geelong this month.

Josh Earl is no stranger to side-splitting lineups, having shared stage and screen with stand-up legends. The Tasmanian-born comedian hits Geelong Performing Arts Centre on 30 June with Dave Callan, Demi Lardner, Bev Killick and Mel Buttle for the Melbourne Comedy Festival roadshow. “It’s a great line-up,” he said. With each comedian doing a 20-minute set Geelong audiences were bound to find one that tickled their funny bone, Earl said. “Not everyone is going to be your cup of tea but the next one might become your favourite comedian ever.” Earl made his stand-up debut in 1999 but not by choice, he told the Indy. His university forced him to get behind the mike as part of his theatre degree, he explained. “I think they were just making sure you could get up on stage and be yourself.” The same year he scored cheap tickets to local stand-up night, where he decided comedy was what he “wanted to do”. But it took him another four years to muster the courage to perform at a popular uni haunt in Launceston. “Getting up and trying to be funny is really hard when you’re first starting out,” he said. “But it wasn’t some comedy club where people were yelling at you and heckling you. “Launceston’s a small town. You pretty much know everyone. If you don’t know them you know of them.” The weekly show was a far cry from a “shocking gig” at a local football club, where staff taped a microphone to a mop and bucket for his guitar.

A few wives and girlfriends watched but the players ignored him and drank beer by the fireplace, he said. “I think they just lost the day before. Not even the best comic in the world was going to win that room over. “Failing is a big part of comedy - you don’t know if your jokes are good until you hear the audience response.” But in a silver lining the gig’s $1000 fee paid for a new guitar, he added. Eventually Earl scored a gig as MC for comedy icon Rob Quantock and he moved to Melbourne where he hosted a community radio comedy show for four years. He has shared the stage with Arj Barker and in his early years performed in a massive gig with popular Australian comedians including Tim Minchin. “Everyone on that cast just took off apart from me,” he joked. Earl toured the country with his comedy shows before hosting a reboot of popular ABC music quiz Spicks and Specks in 2015. ABC later cancelled the show prompting him to joke on Twitter, “So guys, what’s happening? Anything I should know about?” But “paradoxically“ the birth of his second son made the cancellation one of the happiest times of his life, he said. Australians relied on humour to get them through the day, especially those living in small towns where people were always leaving, Earl said. In his day that humour was self-depreciating, whereas kids nowadays annoyed him with their confidence, he said. “I say, ‘I’ll probably be s**t but I’ll give it go.’ When I was brought up that’s how you spoke about yourself.”

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pastas, risottos and stir fries. The bistro is the perfect place to wind down, relax and catch up with friends, family and colleagues while the children play. The hotel’s Sports Bar offers pool tables, amusements and a TAB for a bit of fun, along with an outdoor beer garden and alfresco dining, all supported by plenty of parking. Waurn Ponds Hotel has a fabulous and vibrant atmosphere with new function and conference facilities. Whether it’s a birthday, wedding or special event, the Ponds can cater for it with one of its function packages centred around three different function areas. Waurn Ponds Hotel is at 1154 Princes Highway, Waurn Ponds, phone 5243 1154.

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR SURVEY - Mission Australia annual youth survey of 15 to 19-year-olds open at missionaustralia.com.au/youthsurvey until 31 July. Results released in late November. RAILWAY - Portarlington Bayside Miniature Railway seeks volunteers. Enquiries 0476 124 598. WRITERS - Queenscliffe Neighbourhood House Rip Writers Group seeks 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 weekly classes and occasional talks. Enquiries 0419 578 598. TUTORS - AMEP Volunteer Tutor Program seeks volunteers 1-2 hours weekly to help newly arrived adult migrants and refugees learn English and about life in Australia. Free training. Enquiries 9009 7900, wazihr@djerriwarrh.org. YOUTH - Raise Foundation seeks mentors for high school students for two hours weekly in term three. Enquiries 0406 412 376, email mentorvic@raise.org.au.

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 sajajayoga.com.au.

THURSDAY

HOT STEPPERS: Step out with dancing events ath Geelong's The Ballroom this week. BAPTIST - Anglesea Baptist Church 10.45am at Murch Cres, Anglesea. Enquiries 5263 2744. RAIL - Miniature railway 11am-4pm at Portarlington Bayside Family Park, Pt Richards Rd, Portarlington. Enquires 0476 124 598.

MONDAY

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

SUNDAY CHORAL - Western District Choral Festival 1-5pm at School for Performing Arts and Creative Education, Geelong Grammar, Biddlesombe Ave, Corio. Cost $10 includes afternoon tea. CONCERT - Winchelsea Repertory Society and Geelong West Brass Band present Around the World Concert 2-5.30pm at Globe Theatre, Winchelsea. Cost $15 adults, $5 under-16s. SERVICES - Gospel services 7pm at Aberdeen Street Baptist Church Centre, 7 Aberdeen St, Newtown. SCOUTS - Scout Heritage Centre meets 10am-3pm at 56 Russell St, Newtown. Enquiries 0419 591 432. WORSHIP - Cafe church worship 5-6.30pm at St Stephen’s Anglican Church, Regent St, Belmont. Enquiries 5243 2557.

WOMEN - National Council of Women of Victoria 74th Annual Luncheon midday at Geelong Library and Heritage Centre, 51 Little Malop St, Geelong. Bookings jandjlatham@gmail.com, 0424 980 456. SPEAKING - Rostrum Geelong public speaking group meets 6.45pm at St George Workers Club, 212 Pakington St, Geelong West. Enquiries 0408 369 446, 0418 691709. PROBUS - Combined Probus Club of Geelong East meets 10am at Uniting Church, cnr Boundary and Ormond Rds, East Geelong. Speaker Brian Bull on cheese-making. BOWLS - Indoor carpet bowls 1-4pm at Portarlington. Cost $3. Enquiries 0431 789 048. LOUNGE - Village Listening Lounge open 11am-3pm on first floor, Corio Central, Bacchus Marsh Rd, Corio. Also Tuesday-Thursday. Enquiries 5275 5807. SENIORS - Line dancing 9am-midday at Highton Senior Citizens Club, 84 Barrabool Rd. Also Tuesday, Friday. Carpet bowls 1.15pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday. Tai chi 9.30-10am, bingo 1.15pm Friday. Enquiries 5244 2258. VIEW: Geelong Evening VIEW Club (Voice Interest Education of Women) dinner meeting 6.30pm for 7.00pm

start at Waurn Ponds Hotel. Visitors welcome. Bookings 0403 778 178. VIEW - Geelong Evening VIEW Club (Voice Interest Education of Women) dinner meeting 6.30pm for 7.00pm start at Waurn Ponds Hotel. Visitors welcome. Bookings 0403 778 178.

TUESDAY SQUARE - Geelong Club Dancers square dance class for children and parents 6.30-8pm for $5, mainstream dancers 8-10.30pm for $12, at 33 Myers St, Geelong. Enquiries 0435 091 277. DANCE - Scottish Country Dancing 7.30-10pm at Leopold Hall. Cost $5 includes supper. Enquiries 5250 5540. MUSIC - Mainly Music program for carers and babies, preschoolers 10-11am at St Albans Uniting Church, 276282 Wilsons Rd, St Albans Park. Cost $2.50 per family. Enquiries 0447 646 364 or 0417 252 832. COMMUNITY - Vines Road Community Kitchen 9.30am12.30pm at Vines Road Community Centre, 49 Vines Rd, Hamlyn Heights. Enquiries 5277 9027, communitykitchens.org.au. Enquiries 4215 3476, healthpromotion@barwonhealth.org.au.

WEDNESDAY BALLROOM - Dancer’s Club Geelong ballroom dance including old-time, new vogue and Latin 7.30-10.30pm at Leopold Public Hall, Queenscliff Rd. Cost $5. Enquiries 5250 1937 or 5278 7720. ALCOHOLICS - Alcoholics for Christ 12-step program

DANCE - Westcoast Seekers dances to Brian Rush 8-11pm at The Ballroom, Hamlyn Heights. Enquiries 5243 8603 BOWLING - Mature league 10-pin bowling 1.30pm at Belmont. Enquiries 5221 0826 or 5229 4987. DANCING - Life Activities Club dance 2.30-4.30pm at Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Rd, Belmont. Entry $5. Enquiries 5251 3529. PLANT - Plant sale 10am-3pm at The Heights, 140 Aphrasia St, Newtown. Proceeds to Heights gardens. 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 - Practical philosophy discussion groups meet 2-4.30pm at Italo’s Pizza Café, Gilbert St, Torquay, and 7-9.30pm at Community House, 14 Price St, Torquay. Enquiries 5264 7484.

FRIDAY ART - All Saints’ Tennis Club launches 23rd Annual Art Show 7.30pm with wine, cheese, jazz and art night at All Saints Hall, 113 Noble St, Newtown. Cost $15, $25 doubles. Art show continues Saturday-and Sunday. Antique appraisals 10.30am-4.30pm Saturday. Enquiries 0417 543 034, 0402 074 102. BOCCIA - Geelong Boccia Club meets 10am-midday at Geelong Basketball and Netball Centre, 1 Crown St, South Geelong. All ages and abilities. Cost $5. Enquiries bocciageelong@gmail.com. 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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Learn, believe, achieve Western Heights College is a coeducational secondary school backed by state-of-the-art facilities. The college offers flexible indoor and outdoor learning spaces as well as an array of educational opportunities to empower students to strive for success and excellence in their educational, vocational and personal learning journeys. New Principal Fiona Taylor and her leadership team have led the college for the past 11 months working towards a vision focused on learning growth, high expectations, holistic well-being, creativity and innovation. “Finding an identity and articulating what it means to be a ‘Western Heights’ learner has been the key to the school community re-imagining its culture,” Ms Taylor said. “There is a strong recognition that all learning depends on students having strong literacy and numeracy skills, so these are now being taught explicitly across the curriculum. “Western Heights is the only school in Geelong and joins 40 other schools in Australia to offer the AVID Program (Advancement via Individual Determination Program) to students from Year 7 to Year 12. “The college has also adopted a whole school reading program to strengthen its focus on literacy.” Western Heights College offers a diverse range of subjects and innovative learning programs including VCE (plus accelerated VCE and university programs), VET and VET

Western Heights College offers flexible indoor and outdoor learning spaces as well as an array of educational opportunities. in schools programs, an extensive VCAL program, school-based apprenticeships and traineeships and work experience programs, STEM as well as robotics and drone studies. “Western Heights College is the only government secondary school in Geelong offering Chinese - Mandarin as its language, as well as exceptional dance, music, the-

atre studies, technology, sport and art programs,” Ms Taylor said. “The college has also re-invigorated its extensive camps and study tours program to include local and interstate year level camps and opportunities to travel as part of inaugural groups to Kokoda in November 2018 and China for the first time in 2019.

“The college is also actively involved in the School for Student Leadership program each year for Year 9 students at one of four unique campuses across the state of Victoria.” To find out more about Western Heights College, phone 5277 1177 or visit www.whc. vic.edu.au..

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6:00 NBC Today [s] 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show Weekend (PG) [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 1:30 Surf Patrol [s] 2:00 VFL: Round 11: Port Melbourne v Geelong *Live* from North Port Oval 5:00 Seven News At 5 [s] 5:30 Border Security - Australiaʼs Front Line (PG) [s] 6:00 7Prime News [s] 6:30 The Kick [s] 7:00 AFL: Round 13: Hawthorn v Adelaide *Live* from the MCG [s] 10:30 Program To Be Advised 12:00 Movie: “Breaking The Surface” (M v) (ʼ96) Stars: Aki Aleong, Bruce Weitz, Mario Lopez 2:00 (7) Home Shopping (P) Home Shopping 4:00 (7) Sons And Daughters (PG) [s] 5:00 (7) House Of Wellness [s]

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BMW X5 2005 Luxury SUV Auto. 3Ltr Petrol. Selling my trustworthy and loved X5. Reg (ZKJ-442) Nov 2018. Excellent family car and never had any issues and serviced regularly. Has all the luxury features at a good price. Leather interior, computer headset with built in GPS, 6 stacker cd player, sunroof, electric & tinted windows, reverse sensors, cruise control, black leather interior, 21 inch chrome rims. Never been in an accident. 180,000kms will be impressed on inspection. $8,950 neg. Phone: 0422 256 251. Located Geelong

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MOTORHOME HINO AM 100 1981 with a 1996 6 litre engine. Bus was refurbished to motorhome 2010, with all new appliances fitted by tradesmen. Full size shower and seperate cassette toilet. 2 comfortable single beds. Motorhome includes 24 volt, 240 volt, and 12 volt via solar panel. Brakes, alternator, vacuum pump and batteries have been replaced recently. 6 cylinder 6 litre 6 speed gear box. Height outside 2.800 Height inside 1.800. Length 7 meters width 2.250 2 water tanks 80 Ltr each, Dometic fridge 150 ltr. Thretford cassette toilet. Carefree awning 4,800 meters. Suburban hot water gas 240 volt. Wineguard antenna. Gas alarm. 4 burner gas stove with griller and oven. Registration (XUL-547) until January 2019. $30,000 neg. Phone: 0409 866 689.

FORD FG 2013 XR6 Ute. Very clean and low kilometres and no hard work just used to drive to work, registration (1LR-71E) until May 2019. $21,000 neg. Phone: 0403 873 362.

FORD FOCUS ST 2012. Immaculate condition in brilliant red with contrast satin black wheels, manual, full service history, 83,000kms, registration (AFV-849) until October 2018. $18,500. Phone: 0409 223 479.

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

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33,990

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Kia Cerato tends to have been lost in the shadow of the stunning Stinger and the cute little Picanto at the moment. So it's easy to forget that it's the most successful car in the range in Australia in terms of sales, with around one in three of all Kias being a Cerato. The South Korean giant is certainly not going to rest on its laurels so just launched an all-new Cerato, the third generation, and the Australian importer has big hopes for it. The biggest news is the styling. This is no longer a relatively conservative family sedan, it's a sleek machine that drew plenty of attention during our road test program out of Adelaide. Details from the very successful Kia Stinger are obvious and are most welcome. The dashboard is attractive with a minimalist shape that makes it look wider, indeed it gives the interior enlarged look. The infotainment screen is a good size and easy to use. All Cerato grades have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard. Only the four-door Cerato sedan is on sale now, the five-door hatch won't be here for several months; no date has been released at this stage. We are looking forward to seeing what the stylists have done with it. Interestingly, Kia Australia has given its latest Cerato models new titles - the Sport and Sport+ grades replace the Cerato SL and SLi. But don't expect much from the sporty names as the word ‘sport’ has long ago ceased to mean sport in the car business. More about Cerato's handling in the Driving section of this report. The entry level model retains the tag of Cerato S. Value for money continues to be a major feature of new Kia Cerato, with prices ranging from just $19,990 for the S six-speed manual, to $26,190 for the Sport+ automatic. All prices are driveaway. New Cerato is slightly larger than the superseded one with more cabin space making it a genuine four-seater for tall adults. Three kids and mum and dad is likely to be the most typical

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ON FIRE: Gary Ablett has had 71 possessions during the past two games. (Louisa Jones) 181835

Ablett can improve, says coach of Cats By Justin Flynn With two massive games under his belt Gary Ablett can improve further, according to Geelong coach Christ Scott. The Little Master collected 37 possessions against his old side two weeks ago and was on fire again against North Melbourne on Saturday with a near-flawless 34-disposal outing. And in a chilling warning to other clubs, Scott thinks Ablett can get better. “I think he has got improvement in him,” Scott said. “I’m not suggesting he can play his best footy because there might not be many who have played better footy than him in his prime. But I think it’s just a logical progression given where he has been with his body and his preparation and adjusting to life with new teammates.“ The Cats host Richmond in an MCG blockbuster on Sunday afternoon. It’s difficult to gauge the Tigers’ recent form. They demolished Essendon by 71 points in

the Dreamtime Game, but were sloppy going into their forward 50 against Port Adelaide last Friday night. Richmond is clearly missing the inside grunt of the injured Dion Prestia and rebounding defender Bachar Houli and was without Brownlow Medallist Dustin Martin last week. Geelong won the previous 13 encounters between these sides before the Tigers turned the tables in last year’s qualifying final when they went on a last-quarter rampage on their way to an 11th premiership. Richmond has also won its past 15 games at the MCG. But Scott said his side is primed to end the streak, although he conceded the Cats will go into the game as underdogs. “I think we’ll be going in giving ourselves a chance, but they have been formidable there. People aren’t just making that up, the numbers reflect it as well. So it’s a great challenge and we’re really looking forward to it,” he said. Geelong’s defence is primed for an assault on Richmond’s small forward line.

The Cats have conceded an average of just less than 55 points for their past nine games. To put that into context, no other side has done that for nine straight games since 1990. However, despite last week’s poor showing of 58 points against Port Adelaide, Richmond is the third-highest scoring team in the competition this season. Richmond wins games by forcing turnovers, which they then score from. They are number one in the comp in scoring from opposition mistakes. But the Cats turn the ball over less than 16 other teams in the AFL. It makes for a mouth-watering proposition, doesn’t it? A lot hinges on the fitness of Dustin Martin. He will be named, but with nagging calf soreness, could also be a late withdrawal although the Tigers insist he will play. Heart says Richmond. Head says Geelong can end the MCG streak. A draw?

Warriors keep it clean for Box Hill match By Josip Zilic The winning streak came to an end but the defensive effort to keep its fourth clean sheet in a row has reinforced North Geelong’s midseason resolve ahead of its away clash with Box Hill this Saturday. If not for the linesman’s call for an offside tap-in by Lewis Waight off Tom Hidic’s late shot on target, the Warriors would have deservedly notched up another win rather than 0-0 against Melbourne Victory in an actionpacked match filled with creativity and opportunities. The Warriors face a buoyant Box Hill this week, itself enjoying a 1-0 win away against Langwarrin, which is a tough ask in anyone’s book. Box Hill has endured some disappointing results in the first half of the season, and the win last week courtesy of an Andrew Le Page goal will no doubt lift its belief as the side looks to disrupt the Warriors’ rhythm. geelongindy.com.au

KICK IT: Anthony Banovac lines up a free kick for the Warriors. (Ivan Dugandzic) North Geelong will have other ideas though, and new coach James Coutts will look to get his first full week in charge of the side underway with a positive result.

With recent mid-season transfers resulting in departures by Damien Peters (Pascoe Vale), Michael Boyar (Sydenham) and Alessandro Merico (delisted), the new signings include some solid experience, with Coutts himself vying for a midfield positon along with new defender Ben Hampson seeking selection to open his account. However, the more-interesting selection might come up the park. With goals from the forwards not coming freely in open play, Coutts will be thinking about how to present the most danger for Box Hill. With Domenico Marafioti available again after missing last week due to illness, and an impressive performance from Hidic off the bench mixed with a lively forward line of Darius Madison, Jamie Noggler and skipper Michael Anderson, Coutts will have his work cut out for him come final selection. Action gets under way at 3:15pm at Wembley Park, Box Hill.

Anglers spread out far and wide in search of piscatorial action over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend. Starting off inside Corio Bay, large schools of Australian salmon kept anglers entertained with nonstop action once a school of fish was located. Casting three-inch minnow-style soft plastics worked best whether from a boat or land-based in the vicinity of the former Yarra St Pier. Pinkie snapper also made an appearance, while anglers fishing small baits under floats amid strong berley trails caught garfish off the rocks at Limeburner’s Point boat ramp. St Leonards was a squid hot spot, with plenty taken in 3m to 4m right from Indented Heads’ boat ramp to the entrance of Swan Bay. The slower-running high tides were ideal for casting jigs over the weed beds. Reasonable numbers of whiting were taken on pippies in the Bourke St area off St Leonards. The average size of the fish was up around 40cm. Queenscliff also produced nice numbers of whiting, while silver trevally hit 2.5-inch grub-style soft plastics inside the harbour. Nearby, Point Lonsdale’s Pier was a fantastic option on the run-in tide for salmon to 2kg. The Barwon River estuary produced well-conditioned black bream along the Sheepwash, as well as the odd mulloway to 1m. The Barwon Heads Bridge section was a great place to snag good numbers of mullet and smaller King George whiting. The surf Beaches hosted great numbers of salmon. Casting lures or bait fishing were both productive, with beaches from Bancoora though to Lorne fishing well. Also on the local beaches through to Apollo bay, some great gummy sharks caught by those willing to brave the cold. Nat Barry and brother Finn put in a few hours and were rewarded with a shark each. Further west, Portland was on fire for school-sized southern bluefin tuna. Gone Fishing Charters’ Chris Vasilevski guided clients onto some insane action. Anglers fishing Portland also found that casting a line from the breakwall for snapper was worthwhile. On the freshwater scene, Lake Purrumbete gave up numerous trophy brown trout for anglers trolling Tassie Devils and hard-body lures. Tim Beusmans took a brown tipping the scales at 9lb 11oz. Next door, Lake Bullen Merri was productive for Chinook salmon and rainbow trout to 2kg. Again, trolling Tassie Devils and Rapala XR-6/ XR-8 Spotted Ghosts on downriggers worked well. The Lake of 1000 Casts, Wurdiboluc Reservoir, was kind to Ross Gould when he landed multiple brown trout averaging 1.5 to 2kg while casting large spinners from the rock wall. Next week anglers should keep an eye on the freshwater, with reports really firing up and some serious trophy trout on the move. Otherwise, St Leonards should have well-conditioned winter whiting on the bite. Friday, 15 June, 2018

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