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Barwon Heads group puts art and soul into push for hub By MICHELLE HERBISON A NEW incorporated group will work to establish an “arts hub� for Barwon Heads, according to its spokesperson. Vicky Strachan said Barwon Heads Arts Council would investigate locations for a new or renovated building to become its studio. “It will provide studios for artists – visual, textile, performing arts – to run workshops, do tuition or do their own work. They’ll also have a central, intimate performing or exhibition space.� Ms Strachan said Barwon Heads had “increasing need� for the hub amid a growing population of artists and school students. “There’s a very vibrant arts community here but at the moment people work in isolation. We really just want to bring those people together and allow the wider community access to more creative outlets. “In three to five years we hope to have a building in place. The initial stage for us is about looking at feasibility which means want to collaborate with as many organisations as possible.� Ward councillor Andy Richards welcomed the arts council initiative. “I’ve encouraged them to put in an application for a councillor community grant so they might get some start-up funding. Under the program they can apply for up to $5000,� Cr Richards said. Ms Strachan encouraged residents to become hub members by emailing barwonheadsartscouncil@live.com.

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HUB NEEDED: Barwon Heads Arts Council’s Vish Goddard, Victoria Strachan and Kaz McGlynn.

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Consultants overrule parents on fence call BOROUGH of Queenscliffe would “significantly increase council’s level of risk� if it complied with concerned parents’ calls to fully fence a Point Lonsdale playground, according to consultants. Council responded to a question without notice at its December meeting with an $860 consultants’ review of the suggested fencing. Mayor Helene Cameron said parents had worried about children’s safety due to the semi-enclosed southern foreshore reserve playground’s proximity to Point Lonsdale’s busy main road.

A report to council this week said Ray Hutchison and Associates advised against installing full fencing around the playground because it was designed for school-age children. Younger children must be fully supervised on the playground’s double swing and “large multi-level combination unit�, the report said. “By fully fencing the playground council may be seen to encourage or accept ‘supervisors’ leaving children unsupervised in the playground. A fence and gate is maintenance intensive and, if installed, must be in good working order at all times.

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“Failure by council to deliver the high expectation of security and safety due to a broken or vandalised gate or fencing may result in liability for any resultant incidents,� the report said. Cr Cameron said parents needed to take responsibility for supervising their children at the playground. “Some people believe if there’s a fence around a playground they can possibly not stand there. I’ve spent many hours at that playground with four small children and I never felt my children were at risk because I supervised them.� Cr Cameron said new playground seating allowed parents to ensure their

children remained away from the road. “With the way the new seating has been positioned you can now sit with your back to the road and watch your children so it is a safe playground. The playground is designed for an older age group. It is not designed for young children without parental supervision.� The report also stated that a drinking fountain would be moved to improve children’s safety. “The proposed new position of the drinking fountain to the south side of the play area seems both practical and sensible with regard to the supervision of young users,� the report said.

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City heart lab ‘makes a difference’ GEELONG’S new cardiac catheterisation laboratory is already making a “real difference” for local heart disease victims, according to Victoria’s Health Minister. David Davis officially opened the upgraded laboratory this week, saying it gave heart specialists access to the “latest technology”. The upgrade allowed more patients to receive the “best of care close to home”, he said. “The technology in this cath lab ensures faster patient turnaround, less exposure to radiation and higher-quality images to diagnose and treat patients.” Barwon Health houses the laboratory in Kardinia House, part of the Geelong Hospital complex. Heart disease killed over 7000 Victorians last year.

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DIFFERENCE: David Davis officially opens the new “cardiac cath lab”. Picture: REG RYAN 94684

MP offices left in posts probe By NOEL MURPHY CORANGAMITE MP Darren Cheeseman has gone to ground as an inquiry into fake pro-Labor online comments leaves politicians and their staffers as potential sources after clearing parliamentary staff. The posts, under several aliases, related to Barwon and Colac Area health services, both of which suffered Gillard Government funding cuts before the money was restored last week. Mr Cheeseman, whose seat is the most marginal seat in Australia, failed to respond to numerous requests for comment on the posts

investigation despite last month telling the Independent he had “a lot of bollocks”. Department of Parliamentary Service (DPS) declined to say if its inquiry had interviewed Mr Cheeseman or his staff. The department released a statement saying it had completed a “preliminary inquiry” into comments on the Colac Herald’s website from a computer on the parliamentary computing network. “DPS can confirm that the computer user who made the comments was not a DPS staff member,” the statement said. “DPS is considering the mat-

ter further and will not provide any additional comments on this issue at this point in time.” Liberal Senator Michael Ronaldson, who raised the matter in parliament last month said the posts came from either “a public servant’s computer or from a computer or computers in an MP’s office”. “As the investigation to date has exonerated any public servants and investigation is still ongoing, it would be inappropriate to comment further,” he said. The Liberals’ candidate for Corangamite, Sarah Henderson, declined to comment.

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Faggs oppose Masters By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN A PROPOSED Masters home improvement store at Corio has attracted eight objections, including from a company associated with Mayor Keith Fagg. Masters’ planning permit application compelled the mayor, part of the Fagg’s Mitre 10 family, to declare a conflict of interest. A submission from The Faggs Geelong said the development was “opportunistic”, outside strategic planning policies and within a 500-metre buffer around MC Herd abattoir. MC Herd objected on the grounds the development could jeopardise its operations. A report to council said MC Herd

Corio bid ‘opportunistic’ submitted it was a substantial employer with a large investment on the site and no plans to relocate. “MC Herd is concerned the proposal does not jeopardise the existing operations and continued use of its land for an abattoir,” the report said. “The submission opposes the rezoning and permit unless issues surrounding access, security and land-use conflict are addressed.” The Faggs Geelong and other objectors claimed the development was an “out-of-centre” proposal without justification under council’s retail strategy. Objectors were concerned about its

impact on existing home-maker centres and stores in the area. The Faggs Geelong submission claimed Masters was different to Bunnings or Mitre 10 because it was a general homewares and whitegoods store, more like “a giant Big W”. Objectors also raised concerns the proposal would harm the area’s general amenity and increase traffic pressure for residents. A Corangamite Catchment Management Authority submission said part of the land was subject to flooding and required a flood hazard analysis. Council resolved to ask Planning Minister Matthew Guy to appoint an

independent panel to consider the development, which also included four retail stores. Council planning portfolio holder Rod Macdonald, said consideration of the development would also take in adjoining land at 240 Bacchus Marsh Rd, slated for an office and commercial park. “The (Masters) site is well-positioned for commercial development, benefiting from its exposure to Bacchus Marsh Rd and proximity to the Geelong Ring Road Employment Precinct,” he said. The proposal would also utilise land “not being used to its potential at a key entrance to Geelong” while providing jobs for the Corio area, Cr Macdonald said.

Head knocks could force retirement, says Cats coach By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN CONCERN over brain injuries from concussions could finish an AFL player’s career, Geelong Cats assistant coach Dale Amos has conceded. But Amos said he believed clubs would be able to manage the medical concerns to save players’ careers. “I’d like to hope that we are in a position where clubs can manipulate the way through the situation, where they manage it as well as they possibly can so it doesn’t come to that,” he said. “But there’s every possibility that it may happen. Whatever precautions can be put in play, whatever test it is, whatever treatment we need to provide, whatever lay-off is required for players to be looked after, that’s what will be done.” Fears of the long-term effects of concussion were renewed when former Geelong, Sydney and Carlton Brownlow Medallist Greg Williams this week revealed his struggles with a degenerative brain condition, affecting his memory and moods. Williams blamed a career filled with head knocks before singling out Cats captain Joel Selwood as a likely future victim of the condition because of the way he played. Medical studies have indicated

a link between repeated concussions and brain degeneration. Amos said the Cats’ medical staff utilised “world’s-best practice” when dealing with head injuries. “We trust what they do and trust they’re accessing the people within the industry and outside who have experience on those matters. “We have consulted very closely with the players and our medical staff are very thorough in the process they go through.” Amos said the process for dealing with head injury was strict. “You just can’t cheat the system anymore. The tests are in place, the medical staff go above and beyond what is required to tick the player off and ensuring the players are in a fit state to perform. “Clubs are heavily invested in player welfare and making sure that comes first in all situations. There’s no compromise and there’s no shortcuts, with head injury in particular.” Amos said the club was unable to change the way Selwood played. “We all admire Joel and we certainly don’t want that to go out of the way he plays the game. “He’s captain of our footy club for a reason, he leads by example.”

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In brief Gun charges A MAGISTRATE has bailed a Norlane man with a series of prior convictions after he appealed a sixmonth prison sentence for firearm offences. Matthew McNamara, 35, of Moran Plc, appeared in Geelong Magistrates’ Court this week after police found an unregistered, loaded shotgun under his bed.

Link priority REDUCING traffic congestion between Geelong and Melbourne is at the top of the region’s priority list, according to a local alliance group of councils. G21 put an “east-west link solution” above securing a National Disability and Insurance Agency headquarters in Geelong and a rail link for Avalon Airport on the organisation’s list of 11 priorities.

Hockey score CORIO’S Stead Park has scored $625,000 to install a second synthetic hockey pitch, State Government has announced. Sport and Recreation Minister Hugh Delahunty said the funding would help Hockey Geelong cater for the playing demands of its 1000-plus membership.

Prime opening PRIME Minister Julia Gillard has opened the final section of Geelong’s ring road. She joined Victorian Transport Minister Terry Mulder and local MPs at the stage 4B ceremony on Sunday, with pedestrians walking the link before it officially opened to motorists later in the afternoon.

Jobs expo GEELONG businesses seeking staff should advertise their positions “for free” at a Jobs & Skills Expo in the city next week, Corio MP Richard Marles has advised. Mr Marles said more information on the Federal Government event at Geelong Leisuretime Centre on Wednesday was available at humanservices.gov. au/expos.

HEADS UP: Dale Amos at the Cats’ press conference this week. Picture: GREG WANE 94720

Doctors attack Avalon air show focus on arm sales DOCTORS have attacked Avalon’s international air show over weapons sales. The show started this week with a four-day trade fair in military and civilian aircraft and systems. Visitors from around the world attended, with the air show promoting its trade days as a “leading gateway” to important defence aviation markets in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

But Medical Association for the Prevention of War president Dr Jenny Grounds said a “long history of corruption and bribery in the sales of weapons” assisted civil war and instability around the globe. “It’s a huge business, the military industry a complex, huge multinational business and, like anywhere there’s lots of money to be made, a certain amount of corruption is hard to avoid altogether,” Dr Grounds said.

The Independent does not suggest any impropriety at the Avalon show. The medical association said $1738 billion was spent last year on weapons world-wide – more than 10 times the $139 billion the United Nations was seeking for its Millennium Development goals on education, health and the environment. Association Victorian president Margaret Beavis said Avalon had “developed a focus on selling weapons and armaments”.

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“It’s steadily increasing weapons sales take vital funds that would be better spent on health and education,” she said. “It would be much better to focus on better diplomacy than fostering weapons sales.” The association agitated successfully against a giant arms fair, the Asia Pacific Defence and Security Exhibition, proposed for Adelaide but cancelled in 2008.

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Camera fines fall, revenue up wide figures, with a record $269 million poured into State Government coffers from speed and red-light cameras. The top take was from the Melbourne-bound Princes Fwy camera at Forsyth Rd Bridge, Hoppers Crossing, snapping 21,089 infringements totalling $3,701,752. The Melbourne-bound camera on the West Gate Fwy, Altona North, collected $3,404,811, while the Melbourne-bound Avalon Rd Bridge camera at Lara took $2,659,697. But suburban motorists appear to be

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN SPEED cameras on the Princes Fwy are snapping fewer motorists but generating more revenue. Justice Department figures show that in the past financial year the Geelong Rd cameras collected $19,432,975, an increase of $144,082 over the previous 12 months. But the cameras recorded 107,732 infringements, down by 1931 on the previous financial year. The revenue trend follows Victoria-

learning to avoid cameras around Geelong, with both infringements and fines down. Cameras caught 11,342 infringements with fines totalling $2,422,176 for the 2011 to 2012 period, compared with 14,971 infringements and $2,942,155 in fines for 2010/2011. A camera at the intersection of Princes Hiwy and Sparks Rd, Norlane, caught the most infringements - 3880 - slugging motorists $797,254. The next highest grossing cameras were at Princes Hwy and Pioneer Rd,

Grovedale, with 3686 infringements, worth $678,332, and at Latrobe Tce and Fyans St, South Geelong with 1403 infringements, worth $321,113. Other camera sites, infringements and fines included: West Gate Fwy, Altona North, Geelong-bound, 14,578, $2,653,721; Princes Fwy, Hoppers Crossing, Forsyth Rd Bridge, Geelong-bound, 12,816, $2,297,616; Princes Fwy, Little River, Point Wilson Rd Bridge, Melbournebound, 8767, $1,620,662; Princes Fwy, Little River, Point Wilson Rd Bridge,

Geelong-bound, 8631, $1,576,960; Princes Fwy, Lara, Avalon Rd Bridge, Geelong-bound, 8564, $1,517,756; Shannon Ave and Noble St, Newtown, 812, $175,600; The Boulevard and Melbourne Rd, Norlane, 681, $177,805; Princes Hwy and Purnell Rd, Corio, 407, $125,359; Thompson Rd and Separation St, North Geelong, 186, $57,036; Shannon Ave and Aphrasia St, Newtown, 128, $40,264; Settlement Rd and Torquay Rd, Belmont, 69, $21,351; Church St and Shannon Ave, Geelong West, 62, $19,522; Latrobe Tce and Myers St, Newtown, 28, $8540.

Black Pepper served with Shop Local service award Six months’ jail for meth dealer SHOPPING at Geelong’s Black Pepper is all about the customer service, according to Bellbrae’s Noela Alexander. In fact, Ms Alexander was so impressed she successfully nominated the clothing store for the Independent’s monthly Shop Local Geelong Customer Service Award. “The staff give excellent service with friendly individual assistance to each customer, making the atmosphere welcoming and relaxing,” Ms Alexander wrote. “This makes the shop a very pleasant place to shop for quality clothes in Geelong.” Black Pepper manager Carline Threadwell was thrilled to win the February award. The win reflected the loyalty of the store’s clientele, mostly women aged in the “40s and up”, she said. “We’ve got clients in their 90s and they love it.

“They feel really special being able to find something a bit fashionable but still casual and comfortable.” The monthly customer service award is part of the Independent’s Shop Local Geelong campaign, which encourages shoppers to spend money locally rather than online or out of town. Customer service award winners receive acknowledgement in the Independent, the region’s highest-circulating community newspaper, as well as a $1000 advertising package. Nominations should describe in 50 words or less why a business deserves to win and be sent with the nominator’s name, address and phone number to: Mail: Shop Local Geelong, PO Box 407, Geelong, 3220 Email: editorial@geelong independent.com.au Fax: 5249 6799

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WINNERS: Independent sales manager Steve Clark presents the February Shop Local Geelong Customer Service Award to Black Pepper’s Gwen Jensen, Carline Threadwell and Kerrie Moore. Picture: REG RYAN 94611

A MAGISTRATE has handed a six-month prison sentence to a Corio methylamphetamine trafficker. Christopher Chambers, 23, of Moreland Ave, Corio, pleaded guilty in Geelong Magistrates’ Court this week to trafficking and using methylamphetamine, handling stolen goods and possessing ammunition. Police prosecutor Leading Senior Constable David Vanderpol said officers searched Chambers’ residence after September’s Operation Railbird identified phone calls and text messages between him and a neighbour. Travis Kelly was arrested on October 1 with one ounce of methylamphetamines. “Police located inside a ... safe one set of micro scales, zip lock bags, drug-related notes and two glass smoking pipes. Drug-related papers and notes referring “overtly to drug trafficking” were found in drawers, Snr Const Vanderpol said. Police arrested Chambers after finding a stolen Yamaha R1 motorbike and a shotgun shell and cartridge. Defence lawyer Duncan Ferguson said Chambers “went straight to ice” to deal with “serious depression” after both parents’ suicides. Magistrate Michael Coghlan was unsatisfied Chambers would rehabilitate himself, imposing a six-month prison sentence. He postponed a bail application.

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Taxi Network and council were discussing the plans. The program would aim to decrease misbehaviour at bus ranks, Mr Valentine said. City of Greater Geelong central Geelong and waterfront manager Steve Bentley said council was waiting for Geelong Taxi Network to determine the viability of a shared-ride system. Council would have to “consider the necessity� of its existing Night Rider service from central Geelong’s nightclub precinct if the shared-ride taxi system was to proceed, he said.

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Parks blamed over dive in wreck visits VISITOR numbers to Ocean Grove’s HMAS Canberra have “dropped off” due to Parks Victoria’s failure to rebuild the dive site’s reputation after a three-month closure more than a year ago, according to a local diving operator. Dive Victoria’s Jason Salter said Parks Victoria had failed to “put enough effort” into promoting the $10 million site to visitors. “Parks has done such a poor job of managing the site. We carried lots of people when it first opened but those numbers have dropped off more than they should have because of

lack of promotion and support for the project.” The previous State Government scuttled the former Navy ship in October 2009 to create an artificial reef and dive attraction. The Independent reported in October 2011 Mr Salter’s calls for Parks to reopen the site after safety concerns forced its closure. “I informed Parks about a section that had dislodged then two days later I told them it had fallen into the sea and was safe,” Mr Salter said. “There was no need for it to be closed – this is just a typical reaction of the Govern-

ment trying to cover its arse.” Geelong Otway Tourism’s Roger Grant agreed the ship’s attraction had “lost momentum”, requiring further promotion. “State Government is the legal entity responsible for the ship, so if divers are injured or worse they’re accountable. They would rather see the wreck as safe as possible but it has been a shame it did have that break in continuity.” Mr Grant said in 2011 the vessel had “shifted a bit further” than expected, requiring closure and an investigation to deem it safe. Geelong Otway Tourism

would boost the HMAS Canberra’s marketing within the dive industry, he said. “We’ve engaged photographers out there to take some time-lapse still and moving footage. People will be amazed at the growth of sea-life around the wreck since its sinking.” A Parks Victoria spokesperson said the department planned “further promotions” for the site this year. “The closure of the site two years ago was unfortunate but absolutely necessary in the interests of public safety. We work actively with operators to promote their businesses wherever possible.”

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Council, Indy urge clean sweep on Sunday outdoor living GEELONG’S council and the Independent have joined forces to encourage participation in Clean Up Australia Day on Sunday. Mayor Keith Fagg, council environment and sustainability portfolio holder Andy Richards and Independent managing editor Tony Galpin gathered at Rippleside this week to launch this year’s local clean-up efforts. Cr Fagg said Geelong residents had a “great track record” on Clean Up Australia Day. “It goes without saying this long-standing national community event has made an enormous contribution to our open spaces but it also tends to be a great day out, with people making new connections and friendships as they work in common,” he said. “I heartily encourage people to roll up their sleeves and get involved.” Cr Richards said a list of official clean-up sites in City of

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CAREERS AT THE CITY

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JOIN ONE OF GEELONG’S LARGEST EMPLOYERS We offer excellent employment conditions and opportunities to further your career. To view available positions, apply or obtain a position description visit our website www.geelongaustralia.com.au

PUBLIC MEETINGS NOTICE OF 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 entrance, Geelong on Tuesday 12 March commencing at 7.00pm. Details of issues to be considered will be available on the City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au

ON NOW UNTIL SUNDAY 3 MARCH The City of Greater Geelong welcomes participants and visitors to Geelong and the 2013 Australian International Airshow.

The meeting is open to the public.

HAVE YOUR SAY NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT The land affected by the application is located at: 4 The Rise, Portarlington

The event is one of our region’s favourites, with the Airshow now taking pride of place on Australia’s international events calendar, alongside the Australian Formula One Grand Prix and the Australian Open tennis. The City of Greater Geelong is proud to be a major financial supporter of this spectacular event, which attracts more than 135,000 people. The 2013 Australian International Airshow will be staged at Avalon Airport in Geelong between Tuesday 26 February and Sunday 3 March. The event will feature the latest developments in aviation, aerospace and defence. Held every two years, the 2013 event will be the eleventh in the series staged at Avalon Airport Geelong. Tickets are available now via Ticketmaster or at the gate. For more information, visit the event’s website www.airshow.com.au Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/geelongaustralia and keep updated about events and other City of Greater Geelong news.

The application is for a permit to: Variation of restrictive covenant PS615983B (variation to Memorandum of Common Provisions AA1266 appendix a building envelope profiles for Lot 125)

TRAFFIC AND PARKING ADVICE

The applicant for the permit is: St Quentin Consulting Pty Ltd

Vehicle owner’s are advised that there is strictly no parking permitted along the Old Melbourne Road between Peak School Road and McIntryre Road, Lara. This is due to the valued grasslands on this roadside, which are protected by the Environment and Biodiversity Conservation Act.

The application reference number is: 28/2013 You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at: • The City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au/residents/planning/advertising.aspx • Brougham Street Customer Service - 100 Brougham Street, Geelong Monday to Friday 8.00am-5.00pm. • Drysdale Customer Service - 18 Hancock Street Monday to Friday 9.00am-5.00pm.

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The application can be viewed during office hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority, City of Greater Geelong, PO Box 104, Geelong 3220. If after viewing the file you wish to discuss the application further please contact the Statutory Planning Department on 5272 4456.

Kirk Point Boat ramp at the end of Beach Road will have reduced capacity and boat users are advised to use nearby ramps such as St Helens and Werribee South.

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• include the reasons for the objection. • state how the objector would be affected. The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before: Saturday 16 March 2013

Normal access for the Jetstar terminal applies. However due to the Airshow, Jetstar passengers are advised to allow extra time to access the terminal. For information on flights and access, go to www.jetstar.com.au. For more event information go to www.airshow.com.au

To ensure the safe conduct of the Wallington Strawberry Fair, a section of Wallington Road between Bellarine Highway and Thacker Street, Ocean Grove will have a temporary speed reduction of 40kph on Sunday 3 March between 9.30am and 4.30pm. Motorists are advised to proceed with caution and patience as short delays maybe experienced. Emergency access will be maintained at all times. For more information on Wallington Strawberry Fair go to www.geelongaustralia.com.au

If you object, the Responsible Authority will advise you of its decision. Please be aware that copies of objections/submissions received may be made available to any person for the purpose of consideration as part of the planning process in accordance with the Planning and Environment Act, 1987. Personal information will be used solely by Council in accordance with the Planning and Environment Act, 1987.

PUBLIC NOTICE

ROAD CLOSURE - REPLACEMENT OF ROAD ASPHALT SUNDAY 3 MARCH Hot bituminous asphalt and profiling works will take place Ormond Road (Garden Street to Mckillop Street, east bound lanes only). Detours will be in place. There will be no on-street parking from 7.00am to 7.00pm. We will endeavour to minimise any disruptions to residents and businesses while surfacing works are undertaken. Work not carried out due to inclement weather or other unforseen circumstances will be rescheduled, usually the following day. For enquiries contact Mathew Trezise on 5272 5272.

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All roads will be temporarily closed from 7.00am to 5.00pm, however access will be maintained to local residents where possible and to emergency vehicles at all times. The City apologises for any inconvenience experienced and requests that all motorists be tolerant of any delays encountered during the works.

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You can also find out about training and gaining new skills to increase your chances of finding a job.

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The Jobs and Skills Expo is coming to Geelong Come along to the Jobs and Skills Expo and you’ll get information about real jobs now and into the future.


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CITY’S MOBILE APP The app lets iPhone, iPad, tablet and smart phone users: • Report problems (such as graffiti or potholes). • View our events calendar. • View road closures. • Read Council news.

The IMPETUS Geelong Youth Awards recognises young people who are making significant contributions in the areas of education, community, work, sport,culture, the arts and the environment.

It’s very user friendly; upload images, automatic location detection, a large list of typical services requests are pre-loaded; minimising the amount of typing required. The app is currently available on your Android and Apple mobile devices by searching ‘Geelong City’.

PUBLIC NOTICES

SUNDAY 3 MARCH Join in Australia’s biggest community clean up event. Do your bit for your community by joining in Clean Up Australia Day.

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Search for a clean up site near you. Visit the Clean Up Australia Day website www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/join and search by suburb or postcode to find your nearest clean up site.

Registered Clean Up sites in the City of Greater Geelong include:

• Anakie District Community, 2115 Ballan Road

• Seagull paddock, Norlane

• St Luke’s Uniting Church, Barrabool Road, Highton

• St Leonards Lake, McLeod Street

• Jerringot Wetlands, Golf Club Road, Belmont Common

• Geelong Baseball Centre, Pioneer Road, Waurn Ponds

• Batman Park, The Esplanade St, Leonards

• Bob McGovan Path, Waterfront Geelong

• Horwood Drive, Breamlea

• Moonah Woodlands, Barwon Heads

• Limeburners Boat Ramp, East Geelong

• Holy Trinity Church, Flinders Avenue Lara

• Tim Hill Reserve, Wandana Drive, Wandana Heights

• Huntsman Hill, 1075 Granite Road, Anakie

• Clifton Springs Boat Ramp, Jetty Road

• Moorpanyal Park, The Esplanade, North Shore

• The Dell, Clifton Springs

• Woofers-and-Walkers site, Fairfax Street Portarlington

• Eastern Park, South Side East Geelong

• Minah Street Boat Ramp, River Parade, Barwon Heads

• St John Evangelist Church, St David Street, North Geelong

Help remove tonnes of litter and waste from public spaces and environmental habitats. Once you’ve found your local site simply turn up on the day with gloves, sturdy shoes, sunglasses and sun protection and sign on as a volunteer. Go to www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/join and register

If you see someone dumping rubbish call the EPA’s 24 hour hotline on 1300 372 842 or the City of Greater Geelong on 5272 5272. Dumping rubbish is a crime. Geelong has much to proud of - let’s keep our city beautiful. You can do your bit to stamp out illegal dumping. Council clean ups of dumped rubbish must use public funds that could spent on community services. When the Council has to clean up dumped rubbish it wastes public funds that could be spent on community services.

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gram, aiming to connect communities with their parks by offering regular group walks throughout the year. And the benefits are many, especially for cardiovascular health. Heart Foundation Victoria head Diana Heggie said the simple act of walking 30 minutes a day could reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by as much as half. Walking in parks, bushlands and green spaces like woodland reserves

also promoted emotional, mental health and well being, she said. “Walking is great for your heart, and being outdoors with nature offers a change of pace and scenery and a chance to relax. “Walking also offers other benefits – being active on a regular basis helps you sleep better, be more confident and improve your strength, balance and co-ordination.” Ms Heggie said the walks were free, guided and suitable for all ages. “It’s a fun and active way to spend time with family and friends in parklands and open spaces. “Walking in green spaces, especially with others, is relaxing, healthy and a great social outing.”

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Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve president Karin Shepherd will lead the St Leonards walk, enlightening participants with some history and features of the area. “It’s a beautiful spot and it’s a bit different to other walks because it’s the only coastal woodland left on the Bellarine Peninsula,” she explained. The Eastern Park walk is on Tuesday, with walkers to meet at Geelong Botanical Gardens’ entrance. The St Leonards walk at Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve, Beach Rd, is on Thursday, with walkers to meet at Beach Rd’s car park. Registrations for both walks open 10am for a 10.15am start and finishing about 11.15am.

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Artefacts ‘safe from sale’ By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN

A SOCIAL media site’s fears a container of Geelong history and memorabilia was about to be auctioned off was a false alarm, according to an organisation managing the items. Facebook site Geelong had posted fears the items, believed to have been donated to the city’s museum association, would be dumped if not sold. Almost 40 people posted their outrage at the prospect of losing more Geelong history. Glenn Richards posted: “Surely there is something we could collectively do to prevent losing these precious items”. Jenny Hawkins and others offered to attend the auction on 2 March at North Geelong’s former Mill Markets premises to buy back the items. But Geelong Museum Association president Bec Gurrie said the page had issued a false alarm. “We moved all our materials from Mill

Markets to Osborne House years ago, so there’s no foundation to this,” she said. “I am aware of the Facebook post but it was made without any authorisation from our association. “The auction of collectibles and antiques is connected only to Mill Markets, not to Geelong Museum Association. “We are still a going concern and have been operating from Osborne House, open on Tuesdays and Thursdays. “In fact, we’re preparing for a major exhibition starting this weekend, celebrating the centenary of the first Royal Australian Naval College, which opened at Osborne House in 1913.” The celebrations include unveiling a commemorative plaque, a Royal Australian Navy Band and Geelong Memorial Brass Band performance and an exhibition of artefacts and memorabilia. The exhibition will be open 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday.

CELEBRATION: Graeme Palmer and Arthur Roach show off historic items set for display at Osborne House this weekend. Picture: REG RYAN 94743

Rainbow in lifeline win A “GENEROUS benefactor” has extended a financial lifeline to a Geelong charity providing horse-riding experiences to disabled children, according to its president. Rainbow Riders’ Juliet Williams said the “short-term reprieve had allowed the charity to resume this week after failing to win a funding appeal to Community Services Minister Mary Wooldridge. Ms Wooldridge had rejected the bid for a “one-off sum of $23,000” to match community donations, Ms Williams said. “We are all aware of the work that lies ahead to develop a far more robust business model,” she said. “We now have a reasonable timeframe to continue discussions with … stakeholders to make this happen.”

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BUCKETS to my girlfriend and I for jumping the drinks queue at Day on the Green. Bouquets to all you fabulous onlookers who let us get away with it twice. We Know Who We Are, Ocean Grove.

BUCKETS to a councillor who attends important business and community workshops but does not listen. Staying 10 minutes to give a hollow speech or talking at the back while everyone else is participating is not a good look. Please show some respect. Not A Happy Ratepayer, Geelong.

BOUQUETS to the friendly and efficient staff at Kodak Express in Geelong West. Nothing was too much trouble, with the staff patiently helping firsttime customers. I will return to Kodak Express in the future. Marg, Ocean Grove.

BOUQUETS to a kind person who handed in my key on a Harry Potter key ring to Corio Shopping Centre’s reception. I thought it was gone forever, so I was thrilled to get it back. Melinda, Corio. BOUQUETS to our generous neighbours for their time, ideas and tools when helping us renovate our front verandah, roof gutters and fishing trailer. We are forever grateful and appreciative for your long-standing friendships. We could not have asked for better neighbours. Branko and Vera, Geelong. BUCKETS to a hideous woman in Big W who intimidated my child to tears, accusing him of stealing her daughter’s bag. If she cannot control her possessions and places them on shelves then that’s her issue. Bouquets to Big W staff and security for consoling my son after she left. Fuming Mother, Bell Post Hill. BOUQUETS to organisations and groups who participated in Pako Festa. Buckets to men smoking in crowds near a newsagency. One moved away from his partner to smoke and dropped a cigarette and stubbed it on the ground, ignoring a bin one metre away. F, Belmont.

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I WRITE regarding councillor Andy Richards’ comments on hard rubbish collection (Letters, 22 February). I have been a resident of Point Lonsdale for 53 years. At the moment I pay approximately $1000 in rates a year to Geelong. We paid for our own roads to be built here and for my $1000 rates council sweeps the gutters approximately twice a year. I receive nothing else, only a voucher to take a car boot-load to the tip. Come on, Mr Mayor, what about a hard rubbish collection or a voucher for one or two trailer loads a year. David Dalladay Point Lonsdale

AS RALPH Huisman wrote in the Independent (Letters, 15 February) people are free to reference Nazis. But the recent attacks on myself were shameless and despicable. My opinion was unfairly compared with the Nazis’ mind control and I had every right to be offended. Mr Huisman’s statement that “any reference to Nazis should not necessitate an automatic apology to the Jewish community” was misguided to say the least. Michael Spencer’s 18 January letter, which had caused my offence, was not just a simple reference to Nazis but a comparison between a concerned citizen and a murderous regime and I simply stated I was personally offended and requested a personal apology. Reasonable enough! Gavin Brown East Geelong

Junk local sceptics THERE’S been a few back and forths recently between the local climate deniers who are clearly becoming very frustrated and resorting to personal attacks, references to Nazis and similar nonsense. Perhaps they are getting increasingly worried about their relevance. In any case, what the likes of Gavin Brown and I have requested in the past is simply that the Independent stop printing obvious junk science that insults the wider community’s efforts toward action on climate change and creating a sustainable future. These attacks on the legitimacy of climate science are utterly irrelevant to the local issues that are the focus of the Independent and its readers. Goshen Watts Belmont

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Scenes from a maul I WAS horrified after reading in last week’s Independent about the poor defenceless cat almost ripped apart by two savage German shepherd guard dogs. The owner was fined $6000 after admitting that “perhaps” the gate had been left open. These dogs had been bought after a 2010 breakin as part of a “security plan”. I challenge anyone to justify the mauling of a defenceless cat on its property as part of dogs protecting their master’s house. Mr Lilley would not have intentionally allowed his dogs to maul the cat but failing to ensure the gates were securely shut has done irreparable damage. The owner of the cat will be forever traumatised, haunted by the image of her beloved pet being ripped apart, its tortured yowls of unimaginable agony echoing in her ears. Dog owners must be more vigilant in ensuring their pets are kept within their properties, not just for the dogs’ safety but for other animals and people as well. How many more innocent animals, babies, children and adults have to suffer because of dog owners’ complacency? Let’s hope this poor cat’s horrific, undeserved death serves as a wake-up call for owners to keep their dogs on their properties. Suzanne Bridson Herne Hill

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Stories of identity REFLECTING on their Jewish identity with a sombre theme amid “ghastly” recent family events inspired a new album by Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier. Their Stories of Ghosts plays on Old Testament themes from the perspective of the “devout Jewish atheist” partners in life and music. “Willy and I both grew up in Jewish households. Willy is the son of holocaust survivors but there was not a lot of religion in their house or in my house either,” Conway explained. “What’s interesting about being Jewish is you can certainly identify with the community and not believe in God.” The couple chose 10 of the 18 songs they wrote for the new album to create a strong theme. “We got rid of everything that was a side issue,” Conway recounted. “It’s a sombre record. There’s a lot of turmoil going on in our personal lives and we’ve had some fairly ghastly family events.” Zygier told Jon Faine on ABC 774 radio recently that he was the uncle of “Prisoner

X”, Ben Zygier, the Australian who died in an Israeli prison in 2010 and whose story attracted recent media attention. Zygier and Conway have performed and recorded together since meeting in 1991 when she employed him as a guitarist. Eight records and three children later they continue to enjoy a “full, wholesome partnership”, Conway revealed. “We’re in each other’s pockets and it’s not a problem for either of us. We both feel stimulated by the other musically and we both enjoy each other’s company. “We like similar things and our admiration for songwriters like Paul Simon, Randy Newman, Leonard Cohen and Bob Dylan is probably apparent in our stuff - and they all happen to be Jewish,” she mused. Having three teenage daughters opened Conway’s eyes to new technologies, she laughed. “We’ve been taking requests on Facebook so if people are interested in hearing a particular song they can write to us. As much as possible we’ve been trying to make that possible.” Deborah Conway and Willy Zygier play Drysdale’s Potato Shed on Sunday.

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Saturday 2 6:00 rage (G) 10:30 rage Guest programmer: Mardi Gras Special (PG) 11:30 7.30 [s] 12:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 12:30 Australian Story [s] 1:00 Eggheads [s] 1:30 Movie: “Gulliverʼs Travels” (G) (ʼ39) 2:55 Movie: “Imitation Of Life” (PG) (ʼ59) Stars: John Gavin 5:00 Midsomer Murders (PG) 6:00 Collectors [s] 6:30 Gardening Australia [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The Paradise [s] – Morayʼs neighbour fulfils his ambition to work at The Paradise, leading to all kinds of trouble. 8:30 Grand Designs: Herefordshire [s] – Kevin meets a couple who are building an organic, hobbit-like, timber framed house. 9:20 Miss Fisherʼs Murder Mysteries: Blood And Circuses (M v) – The circus is in town and when one of the sideshow acts is murdered, Phryne poses as a magicianʼs assistant to investigate. 10:15 Shaun Micallefʼs Mad As Hell [s] 10:45 Program To Be Advised 11:30 rage: Guest Programmer: Mardi Gras Special (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG) 6:00 Saturday Disney 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) 12:00 Dr Oz: Jamie Oliverʼs Secrets To Lose Weight (PG) 1:00 V8 Extra [s] 1:30 V8 Supercars 2013: Clipsal 500 *Live 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Family Movie Special: “Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom” (PG v) – Whip-wielding archaeologist-adventurer Indiana Jones teams up with attractive nightclub singer, Willie and an excitable twelve-year-old sidekick to search for three mystical stones that were stolen from an Indian community. Stars: Harrison Ford 9:00 The Saturday Movie: “The Sorcererʼs Apprentice” (PG v,h) – Balthazar Blake is a master sorcerer in modern-day Manhattan trying to defend the city from his arch-nemesis, Maxim Horvath. Stars: Nicolas Cage 12:25 Special: Along The Andes (PG) 2:25 Auction Squad [s] 3:30 It Is Written Oceania (PG) 4:00 Home Shopping 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today Saturday 10:00 Mornings - Summer Series 12:00 The Bottom Line: Bryce Courtenay 12:30 Steve Miller Rock ʼn Me 1:00 The Bill Engvall Show (PG) 1:30 Movie: “Agatha Christieʼs Evil Under The Sun” (PG v,l) (ʼ82) Stars: Peter Ustinov 4:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News Saturday [s] 6:30 Australiaʼs Funniest Home Videos (PG) 7:30 Movie: “Legend Of The Gaurdians” (PG v) – When a young owl is abducted by an evil Owl army, he must escape with newfound friends to seek out the legendary Guardians to stop the menace. Stars: Hugo Weaving & Sam Neill 9:30 Movie: “The Rebound” (M s,l,d) Stars: Catherine Zeta Jones & Justin Bartha 11:30 Late Movie: “The Bonfire Of The Vanities” (M 1) (ʼ90) Stars: Tom Hanks & Bruce Willis 2:00 Late Late Movie: “Percy” (M s,a) (ʼ74) Stars: Elke Sommer & Hywel Bennett 4:00 Danoz 4:30 TV Shop 6:00 Handle With Care [s] 7:00 Childrenʼs Programs 8:30 Totally Wild [s] 9:00 Scope: Dirty Science [s] 9:30 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 10:00 Summer Hits (PG l,s,v,a,d) 12:00 Radar (PG l,s,a,v,d) 12:30 The Living Room - Encore (PG) 1:00 Saturday Afternoon Movie: “Flicka 2: Friends Forever” (PG v) Stars: Patrick Warburton 3:00 Everyday Gourmet [s] 3:30 Whatʼs Up Down Under 4:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:30 Steve Irwinʼs Wildlife Warriors 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons (PG) 6:30 David Attenboroughʼs Africa: Congo [s] 7:30 Bondi Vet (PG) . 8:30 Saturday Night Movie: “Mission Impossible” (M v) – Ethan Hunt, a secret agent framed for the deaths of his espionage team and fleeing from government assassins, must break into the CIAʼS most impenetrable vault to uncover the real perpetrators. Stars: Tom Cruise & Jon Voight 10:50 Can Of Worms Encore (M) 11:50 48 Hours (M a) 1:30 Infomercial (PG) 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Simon Boccanegra – Giuseppe Verdiʼs opera about Simon Boccanegra, who is elected Doge of Genoa. 3:35 Piano Notes: Mozart, Sonata No. 9 in A Minor 3:50 Le Violoncelle (PG) 3:55 The Beauty of Books (PG) 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Who Do You Think You Are? David Suchet (PG) [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:35 Salvage Hunters [s] – In this episode, Drew examines a treasure trove of strange salvage and quirky antiques, and a beachside bounty includes vintage skateboards and surfboards. 8:35 Prisoners of War: A Picture From Hell (M a) – Nimrode questions Talyaʼs faithfulness, and struggles to believe she did not see other men while he was in captivity. 9:30 Drama Movie: “Heartbreaker” (M a) (ʼ10) (In French) 11:30 Comedy Movie: “Moliere” (PG) (ʼ09) – The writer who was recognised as the father of comic satire. (In French) 1:40 South Park: More Crap (M l) / Imaginationland (M s,a) 3:05 Weatherwatch Overnight

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Project showcases flooring THE HOME owner revisited history in the building process, following olden trends of 12-foot high ceilings, large cornices and a hand-made floor featuring gorgeous medallions, stars and a Grecian border. Cork and Parquetry Specialists owner Chris Stringer says the flooring project took twice as long as a typical floorboards installation, not to mention plenty of manpower. “Sometimes to get the right look and effect you need to do it by hand. A lot of people think a machine does everything but in the past they did everything by hand. It’s a lot of intricate work.” Belmont-based Chris is a master of the “old crafts”, creating unique floor designs for clients in Geelong, Melbourne and interstate. He also teaches olden flooring techniques to layers and sanders through the Australian Timber Floor Association. “We get requests from around Australia because there aren’t a lot of people prepared to do the hand-scraping of floors, wire brushing and the older finishes with oils and waxes,” Chris explains. Cork and Parquetry Specialists can complete “very small projects to very large projects, from very plain to very complex”, Chris says. “We can add a bit of personality to your floor but it’s not all about high-end work. We can cover anyone’s budget and satisfy everyone’s needs.” Chris says more information about Cork and Parquetry Specialists is available by phoning 5243 1443, faxing 5243 1412, emailing cor8304@bigpond.net.au or visiting www.corkandparquetryspecialists.com.au.

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When you specify Rylock Windows and Doors for your new home, you can rest assured that you have selected a product that has passed the test of time in one of the harshest environments on earth. Victoria’s western coastal areas can wreak havoc on many building materials, particularly those exposed to the elements like windows and doors. That’s why after 27 years we can still proudly point out homes where our windows still look like new whilst other brands, designed for sheltered suburban locations, are showing their age or often literally falling apart.

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Rylock’s Murray Riccardi says home owners to hose down window frames regularly to rinse off airborne pollutants and salt in seaside areas to avoid corrosion damage. cars are good choices because they leave a protective coating, he says. “Pay particular attention to the corners and areas where dust and other dirt accumulate. Alternatively, you can use a long-handled car washing brush, which will better get into corners and other tight areas where dirt can build up. “The dirt itself is not the problem but dried dirt and grime absorb pollutants like a sponge

and in seaside areas or around a swimming pool the air can contain salt, sulphur and other corrosive elements. “Rinse off well with plenty of fresh, clean water. “Clean the glass with normal dishwashing liquid added to the water and never use scrapers or scourers. Tempered glass, used, for example, in full-height doors and other areas where the building code require safety glass can be scratched unless care is taken.

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UNLIKE steel, aluminium window frames will not rust but corrosion can be a problem and not only in hostile seaside environments. Rylock Windows’ Murray Riccardi says most aluminium windows and doors have some unfinished edges from which corrosion can “crawl” under painted surfaces but the problem is absent with anodised finishes. Murray says natural anodised windows should be seriously considered for beachside locations. Other ways of dramatically reducing the risk of corrosion damage are also available. “An important thing is to rinse off regularly using a garden hose, at least every three months and more often if your home is close to the sea or any other salty or corrosive atmosphere,” Murray says. “Proper washing should be done on a regular basis, say every six months in a suburban or residential area and every three in a seaside or industrial area where air contains pollutants. Murray advises the use of a mild detergent in warm water with a soft cloth or sponge. Products designed to wash

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Super Autumn Specials • Tasmanian Oak 65mm x 12mm Prime Grade $33m2* (Supply only) • Tasmanian Oak 65mm x 12mm Prime Grade From $112m2* Installed. • Tasmanian Blackwood 85mm x 12mm Prime Grade $45m2* (Supply only) • Tasmanian Blackwood 85mm x 12mm Prime Grade From $124m2* Installed. • Blackbutt or Spotted Gum 130mm x 14mm $60m2* (Supply only) • Blackbutt or Spotted Gum 130mm x 14mm $66m2* (Supply only) • Spotted Gum 80mm x 19mm Select 33m2 = $2900* job lot • Jarrah 120mm x 18mm prefinished 55m2 = $3000* job lot • Rose Gum 85mm x 19mm prefinished $60m2* (Supply only) • Rose Gum 130mm x 19mm prefinished $66m2* (Supply only) • Maple Beech 85mm x 14mm prefinished $45m2* (Supply only) • Maple Beech 130mm x 14mm prefinished $50m2* (Supply only) • Tasmanian Oak 108mm x 12mm Prime Grade From $44m2* (Supply only) • Tasmanian Oak 85mm x 12mm Prime Grade From $42m2* (Supply only) • French Oak 260mm x 21mm Raw Floorboards From $80m2* (Supply only) *all priced offered whilst stocks last.

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Fire up parties with new oven THE LATEST trend in outdoor living is the wood fired oven, a versatile yet stylish addition to any alfresco area. Geelong Wood Fired Ovens is a family owned and operated business run by Ben and Belinda Craig. Ben is a qualified bricklayer with 15 years experience. Ben and Belinda showcases three brands of wood fired ovens available in a range of sizes, either in kit form or fully custom installed to suit any requirements. Belinda says the ovens can be used for everything from traditional pizzas to roasts, casseroles, breads, grilling or even puddings and pies. “A wood-fired oven creates a convivial and social atmosphere that enables everyone to get involved in the cooking process,” Belinda says. Geelong Wood Fired Ovens also has oven hire and catering services and menus ideal for functions. Staff can attend with refrigerated facilities and ovens as well as cooks and waiting staff.

Ben and Belinda Craig at Geelong Wood Fired Ovens. Geelong Wood Fired Ovens also supplies and installs Colorbond Gazebos and Thatched Roof Bali Huts in a variety of sizes and a range of options including bars, plantation shutters and skylights. Bamboo fencing and corrugated garden beds are also stocked for improving outdoor areas. Geelong Wood Fired Ovens is at 332 Portarlington Rd, Moolap, phone 0412 592 911.

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Simon Lodge and Guy Skewes aim to help householders harness the power of the sun to save money on rising utility bills. inverter, can return up to $2000 a year in energy savings. You’d get your money back in approximately five to six years. That would probably service a home of say up to 30 squares but it still depends on how much power is used” “We inspect and quote every

job on-site, providing clients with an individualised written quote. There are no hidden extras,.” Anyone interested in saving with solar power can call Simon on 0419 879 803 or Guy on 0422 393 725, or visit www.futurefriendly.com.au for information.

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SICK of that thumping power bill every quarter? Whack! Its $300 if you’re lucky but more likely $500 or thereabouts if you have a family. There is a cheaper way. Even with all your energy-using devices you could cut your power bills to next to nothing. Go solar. According to electricians Simon Lodge and Guy Skewes, households can nulify existing power bills by going solar, depending on the size of the system installed. Both are directors of Future Friendly, a solar installation company servicing Geelong, Bellarine and Surf Coast areas. “General domestic systems range between about $2,500 and $8,000 but people aren’t just limited to these size systems with larger commercial size systems available too,” Simon says. “An $8000 system, consisting of 20 x 250W panels and 5kW

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SITA centres opens to residents FOR THE past year SITA has been providing commercial clients in the Geelong area with high quality, cost-efficient waste management solutions. Now SITA has opened its Geelong Resource Recovery Facility to the public. Since opening the facility at 35 Heales Rd, Corio, SITA has been receiving waste from many of Geelong’s rubbish and mini-skip companies. While this service will continue weekdays, SITA will introduce a Public Deposit Days on Saturdays and Sundays, beginning 9 March. Opening hours will be 8am to 4pm both days, with the facility accepting general household waste and recyclables. Charges, if applicable, will be based on vehicle type or size. SITA Geelong branch manager Stephen James says the business is pleased to offer residents “a quality and cost-effective alternative for their personal waste disposal”. More information about SITA Resource Recovery Facility is available by phoning 5273 2000.

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Dear Geoff Immaculate interiors are part of the client experience with Click2Kitchens. Geoff is a member of Master Builders Association and Click2Kitchens is registered with the Building Commission of Victoria. The advantage clients enjoy with Click2Kitchens is that they can be sure of a truly professional design service, total provision of all trades and work completed using the latest materials. Click2Kitchens always comes

to clients’ homes to inspect the interior and design of the kitchen, bathroom or laundry. “Our styles and designs are almost infinite because we’re true custom-builders not limited to any particular design or style,” Geoff says. Contact Click2Kitchens on free call 1800 153 353 or phone Geoff on 0416 323 913.

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CLICK2KITCHENS is the expert in building not only the latest kitchen designs but also some of the slickest bathrooms and sparkling laundries that home owners can envisage. With 33 years of experience in the industry, designer and director Geoff Richardson has made Click2Kitchens a name customers can trust. The company’s standard of excellence was reflected with a 2009 Business Achiever Award for Victoria. Geoff says Click2Kitchens has worked hard to build a reputation for building and design integrity. “We’re well known in the Geelong and Melbourne area,” he says. “We’ve done kitchens for celebrities, professionals and all others down to the smallest single bed-sits.”

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 For The Juniors 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 At The Movies [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Grand Designs: Peckham (PG) [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Shaun Micallefʼs Mad As Hell 8:30 QI: J Places (PG) [s] 9:00 The Agony Of Life (M d,s) [s] 9:30 Adam Hills: The Last Leg 9:55 Would I Lie To You? (PG) [s] 10:25 Lateline [s] 11:30 Bored To Death: The Case Of The Grievous Clerical Error! (M l,s) – Leah hires Jonathan to help find her new dog. 11:55 Durham County (M l,v) [s] 12:45 Movie: “Carrington VC” (PG) (ʼ54) Stars: David Niven 2:25 Carrying The Cross [s] 3:00 rage (MA15+l,d,h,n,s) 3:50 Movie: “New Faces Of 1937” (G) (ʼ37) Stars: Joe Penner & Milton Berle 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 1:00 The Midday Movie: “Down And Out In Beverly Hills” (M l,s) (ʼ86) Stars: Nick Nolte 2:00 Dr Oz: The Question Youʼre Too Embarrassed To Ask (PG s) 3:00 The Zoo: The Birth of an Elephant (Part 2) 3:30 Minute To Win It (PG) 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG) 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG) – Tonight, itʼs market madness for the remaining teams. 8:40 Last Resort: Eight Bells (M) – Marcus leads a search for three missing crew members of the Colorado. 9:40 Highway Patrol: Spiked Pursuit (PG) 10:10 Worldʼs Wildest Police Videos (M v) [s] 11:10 Air Crash Investigations: Fight For Control (PG) 12:10 Harryʼs Practice [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Today [s] 9:00 Morning Summers Series (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) [s] 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 News Now [s] 4:00 Extra 4:30 Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 8:00 Hot Property (PG) 8:30 Movie: “Paradeʼs End” (M s,n) – Moving from the glittering yet shallow world of London high society to the trench-scarred battlefields of France, Paradeʼs End is the story of one of the defining eras of the last century; a time when old certainties are being torn down and lives are changed forever. Stars: Benedict Cumberbatch 10:45 The Block: All Stars: Challenge Day 11:45 I Hate My Teenage Daughter (PG) 12:15 Extra 12:45 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 1:30 Danoz / TV Shop 2:30 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 ET [s] 8:00 OMG! The Insider [s] 8:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore 9:00 Judge Judy (PG) 9:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 10:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 11:00 Masterchef: The Professionals Encore 12:00 Dr Phil (PG a) [s] 1:00 The Doctors (M mp) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: Donnie Fatso [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Glee: Diva (PG) [s] 8:30 Mr & Mrs Murder: En Vogue (M a) 9:30 The Good Wife: Je Ñé Sais What? (M s) 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] 12:15 The Late Show With David Letterman 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 5:30 CBS - This Morning 5:05 Worldwatch 6:30 UEFA Champions League: Round 16 - 2nd Leg *Live* 9:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Insight [s] 2:00 Dateline [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Shadow of Pinatubo [s] 6:00 Grand Tours of Scotland: The True Spirit of Scotland [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Wildest Latin America: Andes (PG) [s] 8:30 Ewan McGregor: Cold Chain Mission: The Congo (PG) [s] – Ewan is on a mission to immunise some of the hardest-to-reach children in the world. 9:35 Sandy: The Anatomy of a Superstorm (PG) [s] – A dramatic account of the massive storm that brought New York State to its knees in late October 2012. 10:35 World News Australia Late [s] 11:10 Drama Movie: “Suddenly” (M a,n,l) (ʼ06) (In Swedish) 12:55 Drama Movie: “Paradise Now” (M a) (ʼ05) (From Palestine, In Arabic) 2:35 Weatherwatch Overnight

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GEELONG’S gourmet eatery, Meredith Bakery, is producing gluten-free breads, sandwiches and cakes. Owner Ron Budd says foodies can sample unique and delicious, gluten-free products at the store on the corner of Moorabool and Kilgour Sts. “This has long been on the drawing board for me because being gluten intolerant seems to be the fastest growing problem that I hear about. “We’re just trying to do the best thing for our customer base,” Ron says. Meredith Bakery is also seeking to wholesale its gluten-free range of breads and cakes to a small group of retailers within City of Greater Geelong. Ron is excited about experimenting with creating gluten-free bread varieties including pumpkin and zucchini breads. “We will be looking at making different flavours to give our customers the same sort of adventure in gluten-free breads that we do in our other breads.” A gluten-free toastie filled with turkey, lamb, beef, smoked salmon or vegetarian ingredients is the perfect accompaniment to a coffee in a new Meredith Bakery refillable stainless steel reusable coffee mug. Meredith Bakery offers a gourmet breakfast feast on weekends that has received such an

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Pastry chef Annie Toh with gluten-free products at Meredith Bakery. overwhelming response that the cafe has rostered on extra staff to cope with demand. For $12 customers can enjoy a platter that includes products such as sausages, eggs, bacon, grilled tomato, mushrooms, hash

browns, bubble and squeak frittata, zucchini frittata and on delicious house-made sour dough. “We think we may be setting a new benchmark for cost-effective breakfast with great variety,” Ron says.

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cheese makers and vendors dishing up sensational savoury morsels.” Patrons should remember to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the lawns of Lara’s magnificent Pirra Homestead with a drop of good local red and one, or perhaps two, luscious desserts to be available on the say. Lara Food and Wine Festival has free parking, with entry costing only a gold coin donation. Plenty of live music and free children’s activities will be available. Door prizes include an NEFF oven worth $2500 and meal vouchers at leading local restaurants, while a major raffle’s prize is a five-night gourmet getaway for two to Queensland, worth over $4700! More information is available at www.larafoodandwinefestival.com.au. Pirra Homestead is at 108 Windermere Rd, Lara. The Independent is a sponsor of Lara Food and Wine Festival.

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DANCING – Social ballroom dancing with CDs 7.30-10.30pm at Geelong Ballroom, Bayview Pde, Hamlyn Heights. Entry $7. Enquiries 5281 1312 or 0422 776 711. HEALTH – Eating disorder parents and friends recovery groups meet 7pm. Enquiries 0410 997 283. HOSPITAL – Royal Children’s Hospital Geelong Auxiliary annual general meeting 1pm at St Joseph’s Football Club, Hilltop Street, Herne Hill. Enquiries 0407 564 386. KIDS – Xtreme KidZ club 3.30-5.30pm at 35 Boston Rd, Torquay. SPEAKING – Rostrum public speaking group meets 6.45pm upstairs at St George Workers Club, 212 Pakington St, Geelong West. Enquiries 5250 4507.

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Aquatic Centre’s adult learn-to-swim classes could save lives. people such as asthma sufferers as it helps regulate breathing. “Our adult swimmers form little social groups and encourage one another. Lessons fit in with the times people are available.” Geelong Aquatic Centre is at 3 Bridge St, Newtown, or phone 5222 5530.

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By ERIC BLAIR THE SMALL-MEDIUM Peugeot 206 signalled a new era for the French marque in Australia when it was launched here in September 1999. It was the beginning of a strong comeback, principally because it was favourably priced and lifted the public image of Peugeot away from that of being a somewhat upmarket, perhaps even unapproachable, brand. Peugeot 206 rides and handles like a quality car that’s a full-size larger than its 3.8-metre length would suggest. In the late 1990s the French cars dynamics were well ahead of those of the typical Asian machine of the era with its style and polish. Many were sold to Australians who enjoy driving, not to mention those who love all things French. It rode and handled like a quality car and its dynamics were well ahead of those of the typical Asian cars of the time. The styling of the baby Peugeot broke new ground, with big bold curves and sweeping angles. In particular look at the asymmetrical shape of the body and at the bold lines of the C-pillars. So successful was the shape of the little car that the designers eventually carried the styling theme to the rest of the Peugeot range. In its home country the Peugeot 206 is used by many as a family car so has excellent space efficiency. There’s reasonable accommodation for four people and a fair amount of luggage. The 206’s interior has been designed to provide a variety of passenger/luggage combinations by folding different seats as required. Engines in the Peugeot 206 begin with a 1.4-litre unit, only sold from March 2002 and used in the lower cost variants. The 1.4 has better performance than you might expect in a car of this size, but try it for yourself, preferably with a reasonable number of people on board before settling for its lower price. Far more common is a

UPDATED: The 2004 auto model came with tiptronic type manual overides. 1.6-litre engine installed in cars from the original 1999 imports onwards. From the March 2004 model update the automatic came with tiptronic-type manual overrides. Peugeot 206 GTi comes only with the manual gearbox. After a long and successful run in Australia, the 206 was replaced by the Peugeot 207 in a gradual changeover that began early in 2007 and continued model for model for most of the year. In turn, the Peugeot 208 arrived in Australia in mid 2012. Peugeot is long established in Australia, so there’s a strong dealer network. The company is represented in some country areas, not just in the major metropolitan zones. Servicing costs and spare parts prices are generally reasonable and we seldom hear of any real problems with parts availability. Make sure to arrange a full inspection of any French car you’re considering as, sadly, they don’t have the build quality of Japanese machines. Check that the roof mechanism on a 206CC works smoothly and that there are no unexpected noises during its operation. During the test drive be sure there are no wind noises from the roof when it’s closed. Engines are generally smooth so be suspicious of one that’s on the rocky side, particularly when first started from cold.

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GEELONG’S leading European car service centre is now operating under a new name, German Automotive. The company, formerly Europe Automotive, retains the same staff and is at the same location under its new guise, and still specialising in service of Volkswagen, Audi and Mercedes vehicles German Automotive uses Autologic, the world’s leading independent vehicle diagnostic system, to program and code these branded vehicles right up to the latest models. Factory-trained technicians provide quality service at considerably cheap prices and can service vehicles under new car warranty. German Automotive offers a courtesy car upon request, minimising inconvenience to car owners Co-owner Ben Buckle says the service centre now offers diagnostic computer power upgrades to increase power by up to 30 per cent and improve fuel economy. “By installing software upgrades into the onboard computer system we can safely increase the power of your vehicle in a process that is fully reversible and non-invasive.” German Automotive uses Castrol oil, fits Mi-chelin tyres and uses the Hunter wheel alignment system and Sice run-flat tyre changer, as recom-mended for all major luxury and European vehicles including Volkswagen, Audi and Mercedes Benz. “We have fully qualified VW and Audi technicians using up-to-date equipment,” Ben says. “There’s no need to go to a dealer when you can get all your automotive needs at German Automotive because all our work is guaranteed to maintain your new car warranty.” Clients can also book a service online at germanautomotive.com.au. German Automotive is at 43 Autumn St Geelong West, phone 5222 2555 or email service@germanautomotive.com.au.

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JAYCO, Westport, 17’, pull out awning, EC, AC, microwave, cooktop, fridge. $20,000ono. 0419 890 780.

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MITSUBISHI, Magna, 2001, QXZ-762, RWC, auto, 6cyl, A/C, P/S, 167,762kms. $5,375ono. 0488 273 272.

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HONDA, CBR 900, 1993, EC, reg until 10/13, RWC, heaps of spares/extras 1G-8XC. $3,500. 0488 114 476.

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CORIO, 9 Leonora Court, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March, 8am. Moving interstate, everything must go this weekend!

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RESTAURANT – FRONT OF HOUSE FLOOR MANAGER Frangos & Frangos Lorne are seeking a floor manager to oversee the operation and general functions of running a restaurant. Must have experience in training staff and giving direction to a team, rostering and have strong communication skills to create teamwork. Must be reliable and honest and have a passion for hospitality and great customer service.

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Certified or experience in these areas a MUST In return we offer: - Quick and easy registration process - Free education and training - Weekly pay at competitive rates - Service with a smile Don’t have a current police check?? We can do it all here for you...

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Apply online with a resume and cover letter or via our website www.firstcallhealth.com.au

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IndySport Indy Sport Cats aiming to go out on high WITH one round remaining in the Victorian Premier Cricket season, Geelong finds itself 11th on the table and out of finals contention, barring a miracle. The Cats hopes remained dashed despite a spirited outright victory last game against St Kilda. Marc Carson led the way with seven wickets for the match, while Jake Reed took five. Hayden Butterworth and Meyrick Buchanan both continued their fine seasons with the willow, scoring valuable runs. To be fair to the Cats, they are a young squad after some veterans moved on in recent years and, while their lack of experience has showed out at times, they have proved their best is competitive against the strongest sides in the competition. They will hope to go out on a high with a big win over bottom-placed Northcote.

Local

cricket Jim Timberlake

In Geelong Cricket Association, the final six in division one looks set in stone after the two games that could have had an impact panned out as expected. St Joseph’s was seventh place going into this final round but when Grovedale made a mammoth 7/329 on the back of a Gareth Yelland century, Joeys’ hopes of an upset win looked all but gone. The Tigers’ firepower with the ball will ensure

that another disappointing season for St Joseph’s is wrapped up by tomorrow night. Across town, Leopold was in sixth but took its destiny in its own hands to also make a big score, piling on 6/285 against Geelong City, with Ben O’Brien scoring a fine century of his own. The only interest now will be in which order the top six teams finish tomorrow evening. In division two, eighth-placed Torquay appears to be out of contention after giving up 291 to bottom side Alexander Thomson. Seventh-placed Waurn Ponds has given itself a good chance of remaining in the hunt, dismissing Guild St Mary’s for just 187 before cruising to 2/82 at stumps. However, it will all be for nought if fifthplaced St Albans Breakwater and sixth-placed

Newcomb & District can win their games and hold their spots. The Dinos are in a dominant position despite only scoring 161 runs, having Manifold Heights 6/30 in reply, and should record a win. The Saints look a little less certain, resuming at 4/34 chasing Marshall’s 174. This will be the ultimate test of their lower order and if they succeed then they can honestly say they have earned their right to contest the finals. In division three, Inverleigh was the only side capable of sneaking into the top six if it could manufacture an outright result. But Teesdale put paid to that idea, scoring 315 runs, Ben Firman starring with 153. The top-six can use this week as a training run, safe in the knowledge their quest for the ultimate prize is still alive.

Anglers spoilt for choice with catches of trout, pinkies and kingfish On the

bite

Brian Long

ANGLERS were spoilt for choice in both fresh and saltwater over the past week. Lake Purrumbete produced plenty of quality trout, especially on the troll. Fish nudging better than 4kg were taken, with the area between Hoses and Shag rocks best when lures were trolled at 9m with downriggers. Lake Bullen Merri also rewarded trolling anglers with trout but generally smaller. Tassie Devils in the gold colours and deep-diving minnow pattern lures worked well. Lake Tooliorook also produced brown and rainbow trout, with trolling again the best method but closer to shore. Paul Harris fished the Barwon River just downstream of Inverleigh where he caught good numbers of redfin on an Atomic Shad in the clear red colour. He caught over a dozen reddies, his best 920g. James Leach trolled the Barwon River in his kayak upstream of the ring road, catching and releasing over 20 fish. Most were small but he kept two around 800g. The redfin should fire over the next few days from Shannon Ave downstream to Breakwater after Tuesday’s rain. Terry Milligan fished Queen’s Park where carp were biting, especially late in the evenings. Terry distributed plenty of berley early and returned at 6pm to catch fish as fast as he put a bread bait out, landing nine to more than 8kg by nightfall. Snapper catches from the shore inside Corio Bay increase over the week. Most were 30cm to 38cm and a welcome sight at St Helens, North Shore rocks and Cunningham Pier. Daniel Blackmore fished the Stingaree Bay spoil grounds where he found reasonable numbers of pinky snapper. Many were undersize but Daniel’s persistence paid off with a bag-limit catch of fish to

ROCK ON: Scott Browning with a Cinema Point salmon. 47cm taken on Gulp Turtleback worms in the Pumpkin Green colour. Nathan Holt fished soft plastics on the outer-harbour spoils on Saturday and Sunday’s high tides, returning both days with a nice catch if snapper, pike, flathead and squid. Nathan said the best fishing was on the outer-edge of the spoils.

Whiting were caught from Bird Rock to the quarries, in generally in less than 3.5m. Pippies were the bait, with most whiting averaging 33cms. The same area also produced reasonable numbers of garfish for anglers using berley. Stan Reese trolled diving minnow-pattern lures for snapper from the sandbar near Point Henry head-

ing down toward Point Wilson. The fishing wasn’t red hot but Stan still managed to land three snapper to 3.6kg along with a nice bag of flathead reaching 66cm. Anglers chasing whiting between St Leonards and Queenscliff gave mixed reports. Many boats were on the water, with most catching about a dozen fish on pippies and squid. Damian Knot fished Swan Bay where he caught the best flathead I saw. His 3.4kg fish was one of six he landed on Monday morning. Damian used bluebait suspended under a small float but said berley was essential to bring the fish to the boat. Swan Bay also produced good numbers of garfish and leatherjacket during the week. Salmon remained a viable option in The Rip area. Trolling small white occy lures will catch fish but casting small soft plastics into the surface action always produces the best results. Drifting the area between Queenscliff and Swan Bay’s entrance retuned some nice flathead, with either squid or bluebait getting results. However, anglers using soft plastics have been the clear winners recently. Kingfish become more plentiful, with the best captures reported from anglers fishing offshore. Collendina to Black Rock was the best area, with jigging light jigs generally around 100g returning the best results. Surf anglers enjoyed some hot salmon action on the rock platforms between Eastern View and Wye River, particularly two hours either side of high tide. Lure was the only way to go, with small metal baitfish-profile lures around 30g the perfect size. This weekend’s afternoon tides should be perfect for the salmon off the rocks at destinations such as Cinema Point, Wye River or Sheoaks if the water is clean. Send reports and photos to info@raylongtackle.com. au or visit Brian at Ray Long’s Fishing World, 105 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.

Your chance to support the

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MCKELLAR CENTRE Charity Golf Day

Friday 5th April 2013

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Silver Sponsor - $900 includes: 4 players, carts (limited carts available – first to sponsor are allocated carts first), logo displayed in booklet and on screen during lunch, named in the Independent as sponsor, lunch for 4 players, catering on course.

Bronze Sponsor - $600 includes: 4 players, lunch for 4 players, catering on course. Carts available for $40 (limited carts availability).

Please contact Tony Galpin on (03) 5249 6725 or 0417 059 281 or tony.galpin@geelongindependent.com.au

Foundation

Individuals - $150 includes: 1 player, lunch for 1 player, catering on course. Carts available for $40 ty). (limited carts availability).

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