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INSIDE: NDIS HOPES DASHED - P5 >> AVALON FUNDING BLOW - P7 Our Tweet-heart a ‘superstar’ of beauty pageants BY CHERIE DONNELLAN A TIARA, a teddy and a trip to Texas – they’re the prizes little Emilia Ramos will compete for at a beauty pageant in Geelong next week. The North Geelong five-year-old has entered the Follow Your Dreams “semi-glitz� pageant. Emilia’s father, Ben Ramos, said she would compete in formal and casual wear categories, undertake an interview and put on a “1970sthemed performance�. Emilia was a “pageant superstar� earning high places at every competition she entered. Mr Ramos said. “She won Ultimate Grand Supreme, the highest title you can get, at Wangaratta this year. If you win that place you get entry into the pageant in Texas.� Mr Ramos was “excited� about taking her to November’s Texas Universal Royalty pageant, which featured on controversial television show Toddlers and Tiaras. Mr Ramos said he and wife Kacey “supported� Emilia without pushing her into competing. “Milli’s always enjoyed dressing up and wearing her mum’s clothes and makeup. She even sneaks lipstick into kinder.� Mr Ramos said Emilia had a Facebook fan page, a Twitter account, a YouTube channel and would soon have a website for “a bit more exposure�. “Not everybody wins as much as she does and she really likes connecting with fans and other pageant families.� Family First Victoria state director Ashley Fenn warned parents to be “very cautious� about entering children in pageants, which could harm young girls’ self-esteem and present other health-related issues. Mr Fenn said “objectification and sexualisation of children� was an increasing problem in Australia, with pageant participation often “advancing� any problems.

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BY JOHN VAN KLAVEREN GEELONG is set for its first Masters hardware store, council documents have revealed. But its proposed location on the Bellarine Hwy at Leopold has attracted 162 submissions, including from mayoral candidate Keith Fagg. Mr Fagg and brother Barry operate Mitre 10 stores at Belmont and Wallington, the latter five kilometres from the proposed Masters site. Council this week decided to ask Planning Minister Matthew Guy to appoint an independent panel to consider submissions on council’s structure and urban design plans for Leopold, including the Masters store. A council officers’ report preferred Gateway Plaza shopping centre to expand along Melaluka Rd. But Masters parent company Woolworths wanted frontage along Bellarine Hwy for the hardware store, outside the structure plan boundary. The report said Gateway Plaza manager Lascorp supported Woolworths’ submission seeking expansion to a 35,000sqm sub-regional shopping centre east of Clifton Ave. Woolworths believed its proposal provided “critical exposure and avoidance of increased traffic along Melaluka Rd�, the report said.

Siting of the Masters store was the main point of contention. “Council officers maintain that a suitable site is the north-west corner of the activity centre inside the town boundary of Clifton Ave,� the report said. The preferred site will have good access from a new signalised intersection at Clifton Ave as well as visibility from the highway only 200 metres away. Expansion along Melaluka Rd avoided urban development in Moolap’s green wedge, the report said. Fagg Bros Pty Ltd’s submission said any expansion should be staged to “minimise impact on the Geelong CBD�. The Faggs also expressed concern at the impact on Ocean Grove traders, the report said. The submission said existing demand was inadequate for a further 10,000sqm of home-maker and bulky goods retail. Another 17,600sqm of non-retail and trade floor area should be included in the bulky goods space because it was also a retail activity, the Faggs said. Council planning portfolio holder Rod Macdonald said the independent panel would be asked to consider the westerly expansion of the hardware store.

         



        





 

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Haggle dashes hopes of NDIS jobs for city BY JOHN VAN KLAVEREN GEELONG has missed out on a National Disability Insurance Scheme launch site amid federal and state disagreement on a $43.5 million funding gap. Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced the Federal Government would establish launch sites in South Australia, Tasmania and the ACT. “Each of those jurisdictions stepped forward and put money on the table and agreed to work with the Commonwealth on shared arrangements,” Ms Gillard said. “I’m disappointed we have not been

able to strike an agreement with New South Wales or Victoria.” Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu and New South Wales counterpart Barry O’Farrell made a joint submission proposing the Barwon and Hunter regions for launch sites. The Barwon site would have been worth $200 million and 130 jobs. Ms Gillard said Geelong would have received $100 million in federal funding. The Commonwealth had asked Victoria for a “relatively small” extra contribution, she said. Mr Baillieu said he was still wanted an NDIS trial in Geelong.

“We have some concerns about the response we received from the Federal Government,” he said. “We’ll assess the response and continue the discussions but we couldn’t reach a position on it today. “We want a resolution but need to make a fair assessment.” Corangamite Labor MP Darren Cheeseman was “bitterly disappointed”. “The Victorian Liberal Government prevented 5000 people with disability in the region from accessing better care and support through the NDIS. “This could be a great moment of celebration for Geelong (but) Ted

Baillieu has turned his back on people with disabilities. He was only asked to contribute $43.5 million over three years to secure $100 million in new funding, all of it going into the delivery of better disability services.” Corio Labor MP Richard Marles said the outcome was “enormously frustrating”. “There are 5000 people with disabilities in our region who will go to bed tonight without any resolution,” Mr Marles said. The failure could also set back Geelong’s hopes of hosting an NDIS national headquarters, he said.

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Centre closing GEELONG’S Ford Discovery Centre will close this Sunday after 13 years and 250,000 visitors, according to its directors. The directors said they were working on a “strategic and orderly wind-down” of operations after a recent review and “ever-changing needs in the museum industry” heralded the end of the facility.

Awards takeover GEELONG Chamber of Commerce has begun searching for a naming rights sponsor to the city’s annual business awards after taking over their management. President Mark Sanders said the 27-year-old awards would have a “great home” with the chamber, which would seek to make them “better and stronger”.

Water boss A LONG-STANDING Barwon Water executive has won the authority’s job of managing director. Chairman Michael King appointed Joe Adamski last Friday after he had served as acting managing director since the resignation of Michael Malouf in March.

Whale delay A WHALE has delayed Queenscliff’s ferry to Sorrento, according to operators. They said an endangered southern right whale began swimming close to the vessel at Queenscliff Harbour on Saturday, preventing the ferry from continuing its voyage for 15 minutes.

Free wi-fi A FREE wi-fi service has begun operating in central Geelong, Mayor John Mitchell has annnounced. He said internet users could log on around Moorabool St’s bus interchanges and in Lt Malop Street central, with council seeking State Government funding to expand the service to other city and waterfront sites.

Appeal thanks CITY OF Greater Geelong residents have raised almost $516,000 for The Salvation Army’s annual Red Shield Appeal, according to a spokesperson. Major Vic Pitman-Jones thanked donors and collectors for their contributions to the appeal in a “tough economic climate”.

Trail eroded HEAVY rain has eroded parts of Bellarine Rail Trail, according to ward councillor Rod Macdonald. He said council had put up warning signs, with the train still safe for users as repair works continued. Little River to London: Mark Anthony wins his second-round bout at the 2011 world championships in Paris. “The team includes the best judoka in the world, the under90kg world champion and the top coach in world. Mark said it was an amazing experience and will stand him in good stead for the London Games.” Mr Anthony said Mark’s world cup results ranked him 14th of 22 qualifiers for the Olympics. The Geelong region has

seven other Olympians at the 2012 games. Rower Josh Dunkley-Smith will make his Olympic debut as stroke of the men’s coxless four. After stints in fours and pairs at international events, rower Phoebe Stanley successfully moved to the eight, stroking it to victory at a final qualification regatta in

Lucerne. London will be 5000m runner Craig Mottram’s fourth consecutive Olympics. He is the Australian record holder for the event. Former world champion Nathan Deakes will contest the 50km road walk. Tour de France winner and Barwon Heads resident Cadel Evans will compete in road

race and individual time trial events. Drysdale’s Mary Hanna is part of an Australian dressage team in her fourth Olympics after previously qualifying for Atlanta, Sydney and Athens. Equestrian James PatersonRobinson, based in the Netherlands, will compete at his first Olympics with horse Lanosso.

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Council seeking halt to tree-felling along river BY CHERIE DONNELLAN GEELONG councillors will ask the region’s catchment management authority to halt plans to destroy elm and ash trees along Barwon River. Cr Stretch Kontelj successfully introduced a motion at a council meeting this week to stop the works for an investigation of the trees’ “historical significance”. Corangamite Catchment Management Authority plans to remove the trees between Shannon Ave and Queen’s Park Bridge. Cr Kontelj said he had been told the former City of Newtown had “gifted or planted” the non-

indigenous trees. Holding off planned felling for the investigation was harmless to the catchment authority’s overall plans for environmental works, Cr Kontelj said. A Facebook campaign to save 15 elms along the river in Geelong has gained support since its inception last week. Save Barwon River Trees spokesman Dean Butcher said council would score a “real win” if it convinced the catchment authority to halt the tree removals. “We started the campaign a week ago but

already we’ve seen an outcry from nearby residents about the possibility of the trees being cut down. “CCMA failed in letting people know what their intentions were (concerning the trees), so many people had no idea cutting these trees down was part of the plan. Mr Butcher said he supported the council’s investgation of whether the trees should go on a register for protection. “The elms form a beautiful standalone avenue and they’re far enough away from the river to cause any real threat.”

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‘Competition’ set for Creek BY MICHELLE HERBISON A NEW 2200-lot residential development at Mt Duneed will introduce competition for buyers to Geelong’s Armstrong Creek growth area, according to an industry group. Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) executive director Tony de Domenico said Villawood Properties’ Armstrong development would enhance the area and attract more buyers. “If it’s anything like some of the other Villawood developments it will be different, sustainable, affordable and very attractive,” he said. Villawood revealed last Friday its development plans to eventually house more than 8000 residents

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tal positions but that the package secured 300 existing jobs.” Ford Australia manufacturing vice-president Alan Holly was quoted at the announcement as saying the investment would provide direct employment for 300 during design and engineering phases. But Ford last week announced 440 redundancies, including 220 in Geelong. Ford blamed the redundancies on reduced Falcon sales, scaling production back from 209 vehicles a day to 148. The Independent reported in May that Ford had revealed its worst recorded loss, $290 million.

Ford said it would continue making “tough decisions” to return to profitability. The loss followed slumping Falcon sales, down 36 per cent to 18,741 units last year. Falcon averaged 1100 sales a month this year, suggesting only 13,500 units would sell in 2012. Hopes for a sales boost from the new four-cylinder Falcon were dashed as the model ran foul of government fleet-buying guidelines. Federal Government fleet purchased two four-cylinder Falcons. The car failed New South Wales Government fleet rules on environmental grounds.

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Prison for sheep sale BY MICHELLE HERBISON A SHEEP scam that ripped off nearly $500,000 from two victims has put a Winchelsea man in jail. Matthew Jonathon Patton, 38, pleaded guilty in Geelong County Court on Wednesday to two charges of obtaining financial benefit by deception. Judge Susan Pullen told the court Patton used an investment website to advertise and sell sheep he “did not have and did not own”. “What commenced as a legitimate business venture became, in your own words, a complete shemozzle,” Judge Pullen said. The court heard Patton’s victim signed a contract after answering an online advertisement, paying him $110,502 for 866 sheep. The victim then visited Winchelsea where Patton convinced him to buy another 1200 sheep for $169,400. Patton had previously gained $207,053 from another victim for the same flock, Judge Pullen said. “He had paid for more sheep than the number that existed. You were selling the same sheep to two different investors.” The court heard Patton voluntarily went to Narrewarren police station to confess.

Judge Pullen said Patton had prior convictions dating back to 1993. A forensic psychologist’s report detailed Patton’s mental health issues from a troubled childhood and a financial loss from people he trusted who “duped” him. Patton learned “sometimes you need to be ruthless” from moving between homes and starting work at 14, the report said. An emotional breakdown hospitalised him twice in 2010. “At the time of offending you were overwhelmed by emotions and unable to think logically about the situation,” Judge Pullen read from the report. Patton was declared bankrupt earlier this year, she said. Judge Pullen sentenced Patton to 16 months prison with seven months nonparole. She slashed one month from an initial eight-month non-parole period after discovering a custody mix-up that left Patton in the court’s watch-house “with limited resources” for five days. Judge Pullen said she was “very generous” because Patton had pleaded guilty and was unrepresented in court. Patton’s wife and a younger woman cried and hugged as Patton was sentenced.

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BUCKETS to Disgusted Grandson (Buckets and Bouquets, July 13). I’m lost as to how a style of music can be related to a sex shop ad. I was objecting to the generalisation of Disgusted Grandma (Buckets and Bouquets, June 29). It’s easy to tar everyone with the same brush. Wilbur, Highton BOUQUETS to a kind person who took the time to leave a note on my car last week at Bunnings Waurn Ponds to say I had a screw wedged into my tyre. Your concern was appreciated. Grateful Granny, Geelong West BOUQUETS to a kind person who handed in my keys after I lost them at Belmont Village on July 19. Bouquets also to the person who collected and delivered them to my home. Grateful 92-Year-Old, Belmont BOUQUETS to the kind and friendly staff at Grovedale Vet Clinic, particularly veterinarian Steve White and nurses Kylie and Jayde. It’s nice to know great people are looking after my animals. Sarah, Grovedale BOUQUETS to Bev and George for opening up their home to some misled youth. We are now centred and on our way to the big city. Sorry about the hole in the wall but it’s come up real nice. Jokes. Asylum Seekers, Brunswick BOUQUETS to Boundary Road Butcher for finding my wallet with all my cards and licences then taking the time to track me down to return it intact. Replacing everything would have been problematic. It’s heartening to know that honest people are still around. Grateful, Clifton Springs

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meetings at Dromoland House, usually featuring a theme and a guest speaker. “We raise funds to sponsor students through The Smith Family because education is the key to breaking the cycle of illiteracy.” The sponsorships assist primary, secondary and tertiary students, both boys and girls, through the Smith Family’s Learning for Life program. The club also prepares pamper packs for the women’s programs of community support organisation Bethany as well as organising Christmas hampers for distribution. “There are 20,000 women in 400 clubs across Australia, so it’s a shared view, Veronica said. About 600 students are involved in The Smith Family

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letters Hands off our park REGARDING a proposed convention centre, it is disturbing that council and developers are considering a land-grab of the only area of undeveloped foreshore in Geelong and an integral component of heritage-listed Eastern Park. The proposed aim is a development for private and upmarket uses including a convention centre, a hotel, car parking, a mineral springs bathhouse and perhaps a pokies venue. This land was set aside for a park by enlightened councillors 100 years ago. Unfortunately, Eastern Gardens has already been reduced with developments considered worthy at the time of implementation but which are unessential for parklands. The park is Crown Land, so it belongs to all citizens. Once lost it can never be retrieved or replaced. Eastern Park is the only large area of parkland close to central Geelong and is highly valued by residents and visitors alike. Geelong Environment Council believes that a convention centre would be valuable to Geelong but Eastern Park is an unacceptable location. Deakin University’s waterfront car park would be more-appropriate site and add significant value to the city area. Visitors would have access to the waterfront precinct and beautiful bay views and activities. A large car park could still be contained on the site. Another proposal is for a convention centre within Market Square Shopping Centre, which would be a catalyst to rejuvenate the ailing CBD. The Eastern Park option would also present traffic and transport problems, do nothing for reinvigorating the CBD and cost beautiful north-facing foreshore forever. Joan Lindros Geelong Environment Council president

Council convened a working group comprising State Government, council, primary school and kindergarten representatives on planning for the ELC but failed to consult community or sports groups. Council accepted submissions about preferred locations but the 731 responses were a mix of proforma slips and detailed submissions. The raw number for and against was seen as de-facto poll and detailed submissions were kept from public viewing. A submissions review panel scheduled a hearing for objectors on one night in the second week of school holidays, with only three minutes for each speaker. For many objectors, explaining arguments seemed like going through the motions. It was as though council’s preferred option had so prejudiced the issue that any representations at variance were futile. Barwon Heads residents concerned about permanent occupation of public open space by council buildings and car parks should express their concerns. Geoffrey Waite Barwon Heads Association president

Order of fluoridation IT’S A pity people don’t do their due diligence before their mouth gets in front of their brain. Unfortunately, this was the case with Allan Jagger’s letter on flouridation (Independent, July 13). If he had done his due diligence with a simple Freedom of Information request he would have received a copy of a letter from Department of Human Services, dated 1/7/2009, to the former managing director of Barwon Water ordering the addition of add hydro-fluorosilicic acid to the drinking water supply. This knowledge is available to all who want to know and is no laughing matter. A Smart Belmont

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MANY residents believe the master plan for Barwon Heads Village Park was hijacked for the sake of expediency. Barwon Heads is united in its support for a new kindergarten, called an Early Learning Centre (ELC), but public confidence in council’s decision to located it in the park is in tatters. Council seems determined to build on 1750sqm of open space, removing established vegetation, introducing two concrete car parks and widening a service road. Anyone considering the local context of a small town under sustained development pressure would understand the community division on using limited open space for something other than recreation and sport.

IT WOULD appear Allan Jagger doesn’t know how to say hydro-fluorosilicic acid, let alone know what it means. It is the toxic industrial waste of the aluminium and super-phosphate industries and almost impossible to dispose of. The angry tone of Mr Jagger’s letter toward Pricilla Wright (Letters, July 6) was an obvious sign FSA is mind-altering. Why else would anyone be so nasty to a fellow human being telling the truth? Or was Mark Twain correct when he said: “It’s easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled”. Anna L Michalik Bell Post Hill

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All over for cheap thrills on credit THE OBSESSION with global warming and carbon emissions is a distraction from the real issues threatening our way of life. The same people who deny that humans could disrupt Earth’s climate regulation tend to deny the existence of other biophysical limits to the growth of our economic system. I challenge Alan Barron et al to a debate on this issue. Growth in all OECD countries since World War II has been commensurate with growth in availability of cheap fossil fuel energy, particularly oil. We’re not about to run out of oil but, because of rising demand and dwindling supplies, energy from hydrocarbons has leaped in price in the past five years.

Revealed: The Independent’s report on falling house prices. The modern industrial world was built on oil at $20 a barrel. Oil has been above $90 for more than three years now.

Clean up for future ALAN Barron (Letters, July 13) cited an article in Britain’s Daily Mail as evidence the planet has not warmed for the past 15 years and that we could be headed for a cooling trend. All credible scientific records show this is ridiculous. World Meteorological Organisation has concluded that 13 of the warmest years recorded were in the past decade and a half and that 2011 concluded a decade that tied as the hottest measured. In Australia we have witnessed the effects of climate change first hand, with more extreme weather and bushfires. The fact we are no longer in drought does not contradict climate change – the predictions for our future are more extremes of floods and droughts. There is plenty of evidence our planet is warming and that we need to cut emissions. In Geelong we are in a good position to help Australia transform our energy production by manufacturing wind turbines and solar components. I look forward to working with Geelong’s community to create a clean, green future. Dave Campbell Geelong Sustainability Group president

Leave writer behind COULD someone please find Alan Barron a job or some other useful activity that he can focus on? I am sick and tired of reading his ill-informed rants in this newspaper. Can we move on, please? Heather D’Cruz Geelong West

Council rates highly COUNCIL rates for businesses seem extraordinary compared to services rendered.

Economies can only grow with growing access to cheap energy and cheap credit. All debt is a call on future energy and because the cheap energy is gone access to cheap debt is gone. House prices have only stayed at inflated levels because of growth in demand fueled by new cheap loans. Banks are now tightening their lending criteria and house prices are falling. The Independent reported on July 13 that a growing number of people in the Geelong area now owe more on their mortgages than their houses are worth. The days of using increasing home equity as an ATM to purchase new cars, overseas trips and other gratuitous consumption is over. Phil Baulch Belmont

A city pub is charged over $20,000 and must pay hundreds more for worn out or damaged bins. Householders are often flummoxed at rates charged but businesses must be reeling, especially in the face of downturns in consumer confidence. And now council, unsatisfied with the bizarre amounts of money it rakes in, is trying to charge all ratepayers for upgrades to laneways and construction of car parks (Independent, July 13), which should already be covered by rates. In the face of bizarre financial imposts, ratepayers should inundate council with protests. Gary Oraniuk Geelong West

MP credibility eroding LABOR Member for Corangamite Darren Cheeseman is again trying to hit the headlines, with his latest effort about re-erosion of beach sand, mainly in the Torquay area (Independent, July 13). To enlighten Mr Cheeseman, this erosion was caused by storms and their strong winds. One night about 55 years ago more than 1m of sand was swept from Fisherman’s Beach, completely covering crayfish pots about 1km offshore. Global warming has been with us for millions of years. Australia was once part of a single landmass that included Tasmania and New Guinea. So what is so drastic that the Gillard Government has been panicked into moves such as new taxes et cetera? Cliff Winkler Torquay

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TOWNHOUSE IS IN HANDY LOCATION THIS two-bedroom townhouse is in a practical location at Bell Park. The property is within an identified growth area of the suburb near the upcoming Geelong Golf Club redevelopment. Access is easy to amenities including local shops at Hughes St, schools, churches and transport. The render and brick home features a recently renovated open-plan kitchen. This laminate kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, a separate oven, sepa-

rate cooktops, a rangehood and a pantry. The kitchen and an adjoining meals area are tiled. A carpeted lounge area is kept cosy on winter days with a gas log heater. The home’s two bedrooms are both double size and a luxurious central bathroom offers a shower over a corner spa bath and a stylish vanity. Other features include low maintenance gardens, a secure courtyard and a single lock-up garage.

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AUCTION Geelong North Price by Negotiation $229,000 - $249,000 Presenting Pure Potential

Get yourself into this home and see that the work needed to finish it will only put dollars back in your pocket. Consisting of 3 double bedrooms each with built-in-robes this home features a spacious bright lounge and a separate kitchen meals that is deceivingly large enough to use as a second living area. Includes a wood heater and a gas wall furnace, floating floors, some security shutters and an alarm system. Outside there is a large single garage with remote and rear access that could accommodate the tallest of vehicles and in the backyard is a second garage/shed ideal for storage or those who like to tinker. Best of all are the the opportunities that await someone prepared to use a little elbow grease or has some flair for development (stca) on this vast 696 sqm allotment. Close to schools, shops, transport and easy ring road access in a quiet court location, get your mind over the small jobs needed to bring this home up and meet this willing seller.

Lately there just doesn´t seem to be any good development sites around... until now. Set on a generous 645 square metre allotment (approximately), with the perfect east/west orientation and a wide driveway that makes development look simple (stca). The home itself is solid with high ceilings, polished hardwood timber flooring and a traditional layout that is easy to work with should you want to renovate or some basic cosmetic makeup would work a treat. Located between the Geelong Golf Course estate and the bay, this would have to be seen as Geelong´s best growth location. With the train station handy and close to the highway, shops and even access to Geelong´s city centre/waterfront, you must act swiftly with this kind of value on offer or you will miss out.

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Price by Negotiation $439,000 - $459,000 Norlane Big Block, Big Options

Set on the crest of the hill and hidden from the world is this impressive family home built with quality and finesse. With soaring cathedral ceilings and floor to ceiling windows, sunlight fills the home and views of the You Yangs are always on show. Consisting of 4 bedrooms and study or 5 bedrooms and 3 separate living areas, space will never be an issue. The timber kitchen with granite benches is suitable for the most discerning of cooks with space and practicality on the menu. A downstairs rumpus/hobby room adjoins 2 bedrooms with a bathroom and a bar, which could be ideal for a totally separate living area, plus outside features a paved barbeque area, perfect for entertaining. This home was built for effortless family living and offers so much... Reach for higher ground and inspect today you will be impressed.

Price by Negotiation $185,000 - $199,000

When unsure of what you a looking for, the best commodity is land. Set on a vast 725 sqm allotment this property will gel with first timers, investors and those with development aspirations (stca). Handy to schools, the highway, transport and with the largest regional shopping complex close by plus other small strips, this location is all about convenience. The home itself is solid with 3 good sized bedrooms, all gas appliances, has a new roof and some aluminium windows plus a single garage and garden shed. With so much on offer this property deserves your immediate attention, don’t miss out.

North Geelong OPEN HOME: Saturday 12:00- 12:30 pm ADDRESS: 52 Leila Crescent Mario Grgic 0419 353 032 Joe Grgic 0438 328 728 E: northgeelong@harcourts.com.au E: joe.grgic@harcourts.com.au

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Bell Park Price by Negotiation $245,000 - $265,000 Bell Post Hill Beat The Block - Great First Home or Investment! Great Landing Unlike participants on the block you won’t need to labour for weeks on this property to know you are on a winner!!! Featuring recently renovated open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances, an updated central bathroom and laundry, a generous lounge with gas log heating takes care of the cold winter’s nights plus both bedrooms are spacious. Other features include low maintenance gardens, a secure courtyard and a single lock up garage. Best of all, this affordable unit is located close to all amenities including the iconic Hughes St shopping strip plus other shops, transport, schools including Kardinia International College and many churches and offers excellent access to the Geelong city centre and the Ring Road. Positioned just behind the Geelong Golf Club Estate and recognised as a high growth area, you won’t need to squeeze your budget and with so much on offer all you need do is inspect and buy.

Price by Negotiation $200,000 - $220,000

When land in the area is often so difficult to find, a block like this offering views and value is even more of a rarity. Slightly elevated with a panoramic outlook across the You Yangs and nestled in the top of a court, this is the ideal place to build your dream home. With potential to house a 2 unit development (stca) this is also a great opportunity for home builders, investors and developers alike. Act quick and secure this allotment today before the opportunity is gone for good.

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North Shore $99,900 or $265,000 Bell Park Price by Negotiation $339,000 - $373,000 Your Choice By The Bay... Serenity in the Suburbs Land Or House & Land Package - You Choose! With a timeless country facade and sitting high, you would be forgiven for feeling the serenity in the middle of the Less than 300 metres to the bay you simply cannot find better value anywhere especially in bayside suburbs. Offering a totally separate allotment at 377 sqm (approximately) and you can have this 3 bedroom townhouse built, that includes an en suite to the master bedroom, central heating, soaring 9 foot ceilings and from a large local and well respected builder. First home buyers can pocket the $7,000 grant while the rest of us can enjoy stamp duty savings. The finished townhouse will be completed below market value so you can reap the rewards immediately. Investors can enjoy the great return and occupiers will love the peace and being so close to the water’s edge. Private and totally separate this is an opportunity not to be missed but you will need to hurry with value like this. OPEN HOME: By Appointment ADDRESS: 24 A Seaforth Street House & Land Package $265,000 Or Land Only $99,900 Joe Grgic 0438 328 728 Nick De Stefano 0431 230 124 E: joe.grgic@harcourts.com.au E: nick.destefano@harcourts.com.au

suburbs. This home offers so much more than a feeling though, with a practical kitchen complete with granite benches, dishwasher and an abundance of cupboard space that is open to the meals and sunken lounge. There is a second living area plus a gas log heater, aswell as central heating, ducted cooling and an alarm system. The master bedroom is vast with a walk-in-robe and en suite that is deluxe and includes a spa and the study can be used as a 4th bedroom. From the kitchen you can also step out to the covered decked entertainment area that invites entertaining and enjoying the outdoors. With a huge double garage, extra secure parking for boats, trailers or vans and in a handy location close to walking tracks, Bell Post Shopping Centre, day care centre, schools, buses and even easy access to the ring road. Are you ready for the serenity.

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THIS character weatherboard home has been completely renovated to offer modern family living amid old-world charm. Features include timber picture rails, polished timber floorboards and an open fireplace. A contemporary laminate and tiled kitchen features an island bench with a breakfast bar, a dishwasher, a large walk-in pantry and extra-large drawers for practical storage. The kitchen is within an airy, light-filled room with expansive windows offering outdoor views. A living or lounge space is an area where a dining table could share this room. Glass sliding doors open onto an undercover deck which adjoins a neat, grassed backyard. A second mahogany open deck is located

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BY CHERIE DONNELLAN ANDREW ‘Greedy’ Smith is still going “mental” on stage, much to the disdain of his physiotherapist. “The physio told me I had to pull my moves in on stage,” the Mental As Anything member told the Independent. “I’ve got to stop doing the old high kicks but I can’t help it, it’s a habit.” The 56-year-old vocalist, keyboard and harmonica player said he “drew the short straw with being the idiot” of Mental As Anything, which had a series of Australian hits in the ’80s. “I can’t stand looking at live footage of myself on stage. I look deranged and uncoordinated.” YouTube videos of Smith “jumping around” were continuing his embarrassment through new generations but he was still rapt to be a part of the “Twitter Age”. “I’m a tweeter now. Yeah, that’s right,” he laughed.

“I like when I get sent favourable tweets after playing a show.” Smith joked that fans liked Mental As Anything better now because he “finally” knew how to play. “It’s been 25 years since the Fundamental album came out but I’ve finally worked out how to play all the tricky string parts of the keyboard (on hit song Live It Up)”. He credited new members Zoltan Budai, bassist, and Jacob Cook, drummer, with improving the band’s live sound. “I think we’re getting to a happy place musically. We combine the feel of our live performances with the particulars of recording to create a strong dynamic.” Smith reminisced about Mental As Anything’s first tastes of fame, laughing about an American response to the band’s first single. “The Nips Are Getting Bigger was released and we received a telegram from someone in

Chicago who was offended by the song title. Our band name apparently bothered them, too. “We thought ‘Gee, we must be on the right track’ because our first song was getting complaints. It was, like, woo-hoo.” Smith confessed playing along to dog food commercials to learn harmonica. “For some reason dogs and harmonicas went together,” he recollected. “I’d sit in backyard at night and play for hours to my cat but it hated the sound. The cat would jump up and scratch me on both sides of face. “I thought we were jamming!” Smith attributed mate Paul Worsted with the band’s name. “Once you’re called Mental As Anything it’s hard to think of anything better, so we stuck with it.” Smith will join Mental As Anything on stage at Deakin’s Waterfront Cafe on August 5.

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READER’S RECIPE

1. Preheat oven to 200°C. Lightly grease a large baking tray. Sift 2 cups of flour and the salt together into a large bowl. Add butter. Using your fingertips, rub butter into flour until mixture resembles bread crumbs.

> 2 1/4 cups self-raising flour > 1/4 teaspoon salt > 50g butter, chopped > 1/3 cup grated tasty cheese > 40g leg ham, roughly chopped > 1/4 cup flat-leaf parsley leaves, chopped > 3/4 cups milk > extra butter, to serve

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2. Add cheese, ham and parsley. Stir with a wooden spoon until combined. Make a well in the centre of the dry ingredients. Pour milk into well. Using a flat-bladed knife, stir until mixture starts to come together (don’t over mix, or rolls will turn out tough). 3. Sprinkle a little of the remaining flour over the workbench. Turn dough out onto bench and knead gently until dough comes together. Shape into a 20cm disc. Divide dough into 6 pieces and pull apart. Roll each piece into a ball. 4. Place on prepared tray, allowing room for spreading. Sprinkle lightly with remaining flour. Using the knife, score a 1cm deep cross on roll tops. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden (rolls should sound hollow when tapped on base). Serve warm with butter.

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TOYOTA, Camry, Altise, Auto, 2007 updated model, 107,000 km’s, EC, lady owner, RWC. LSX 020. $12,000 negotiable. 5278-2639. Bell Post Hill.

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ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES BEDHEAD, and foot, with irons, double, antique, edwardian, inlaid bow and ribbons in main panels. $350. 5253-2410. Clifton Springs. EXTENSION TABLE, antique Edwardian, 6â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, oval, plus 6 chairs, fully restored, $1,300. 52784096. LOUNGE SUITE, 3 piece, Jacobean, carved, 1940â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. $1,000 ono. 5253-2786. Clifton Springs area.

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PUBLIC NOTICES

Geelong’s largest circulating newspaper distributed in Geelong, the Bellarine Peninsula and the Surf Coast. All advertising and editorial content of this issue is the copyright of Geelong Independent P/L and cannot be reproduced without the company’s permission. Terms and Conditions of Competitions and the Privacy statement are available at www.starnewsgroup.com.au

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Local Footy FRANK MASON very limited. Lara has promised plenty this year but has really battled when up against quality sides. Joeys is quality and should win a close one. Selections: Saturday games, Grovedale v COLAC, NEWTOWN v Bell Park; Sunday, WEST Saints v St Albans.

BFL Torquay hosts Queenscliff in Bellarine Football League’s game of the day at Spring Creek Reserve on Saturday. Not only is it the Tigers’ first game at home in

nine weeks due to construction work, it is also widely tipped as the grand final preview. Queenscliff has not lost a game all year and rightly sits on top of the ladder, while Torquay sits second. The Tigers are an interesting outfit, with plenty of goal-kicking power. Scott Hughes is leading the league goal-kicking table, while Michael Fowkes also likes to snag a few. Throw in the more-than-capable Jarryd Garner, Craig McCaughan and Adam Gross and you have a formidable side. Queenscliff also has plenty of firepower, with Daniel DeGois kicking plenty week in, week out and Charlie Caldwell another focal point. With finals only five weeks away, these two will throw everything into this finals dress rehearsal. Expect a good crowd to witness an excellent game that the Coutas should win by a few points. Other selections: Anglesea v MODEWARRE, Portarlington v OCEAN GROVE, Barwon Heads v AMATEURS, Newcomb v DRYSDALE.

GDFL Anakie’s finals hopes will be all but over if it cannot defeat the visiting Bannockburn Tigers on Saturday. The Roos are holding onto fifth ahead of Werribee Centrals and North Geelong by only four points and percentage and, with both those sides expected to win, this weekend a loss would see the side drop to at least sixth. Injuries have upset the balance of the team but some of those players are starting to return to the side and last week it scored a 27-goal victory over Winchelsea. Bannockburn is travelling nicely at fourth spot on the ladder. Matt Tyquin, Mark Banks and Michael Allan are in everything at the moment, with Banks particularly impressive since coming up from the seconds. Training has been hard out at Roo land as it strives to make the finals for the first time in years. Other selections: INVERLEIGH v Belmont Lions, East Geelong v BELL POST HILL, Corio v WERRIBEE CENTRALS, Geelong West v NORTH GEELONG, THOMSON v Winchelsea.

Too much of a good thing: great weather, shame about the fishing ty reaching 2.3kg. Drifting for flathead in 15m off St Leonards yielded plenty of small fish and the odd specimen to 950grams. Soft plastic accounted for most of the bigger flatties. Danny Shorten experimented with trolling for snapper, landing two fish over 5kg between Point Wilson and the quarries in 6m of water. Nathan Hunt fished halfway between North Shore rocks and the channel for two snapper of 4.3kg and 5.7kg. Nathan took both mid-afternoon on Monday with pilchard baits. Clive Mathews made the long walk into Point Lillias to try for snapper and was rewarded with a fish of 6.1kg, Clive had other runs but the big fish was his only reward for the all-night effort. Salmon were difficult to locate in the surf, with big swells making conditions difficult. The rock platforms were best, with lure clearly outfishing bait between Eastern View and Lorne. Salmon were caught from the lower end of the Barwon River on the incoming tide. Soft plastics and small metal lures caught fish around 400g to 700g. The same area produced just a couple of mulloway in the past fortnight. Now might be the time to spend a few cold nights chasing this magnificent species. With the swell dropping, the surf should be worth trying for salmon this weekend at Artillery Rock, Wye River and Stony Creek. Freshwater anglers will find lakes Tooliorook and Bullen Merri hard to go past. Send reports and photos to info@raylongtackle.com.au or visit Brian at Ray Long’s Fishing World, 105 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.

On the bite BRIAN LONG ANGLERS enjoyed perfect conditions over the past week but the settled weather made captures more difficult. Geelong and District Angling Club member Pam Alfrod fished Lake Bolac last weekend with other members, landing five rainbow trout including a beauty over 2.5kg. The heaviest fish landed by a member was just under 3kg, with saltwater whitebait best, then minnow and Powerbait. Lake Tooliorook also produced quality rainbows along with the brown trout. Trolling with Tassie Devils or fishing from the shore with Powerbait were both successful. Reasonable quantities of redfin were also taken on either live minnow or vibestyle lures form the open sections of the lake. Deep Lake hosted fewer anglers who caught rainbow trout averaging 1.5kg. The best captures were on lure or fly, with the middle of the day best. West Barwon Reservoir’s remained at full capacity, leaving the water discoloured. This water should come back on the boil over the next week or so as the water clears. Bostock Reservoir returned rainbow trout averaging just under 1kg. Worms caught fish, with the highway end of the

Trout treats: Pam Alford with a 2.5kg rainbow trout from Lale Bolac and Ash Rawlings rainbow and brown trout from Lake Tooliorook. reservoir best. Stuart Dyson spent last weekend at Ballarat’s Lake Wendouree, casting 4cm Rapala X Raps. Stuart caught and released over a dozen trout, most under 1kg but one estimated at nearly 2kg. Steven Sharp showed his fly fishing ability at Newlyn Reservoir where he caught two quality brown trout over 2kg on a black and grizzle Woolly Bugger fly.

Orange Powerbait was successful for Paul O’Neil last weekend at Lake Bullen Merri where he caught three rainbow trout around 1kg by day’s end. Clint Hotchin took daughter Zoe and son Cooper to Wurdee Boluc Reservoir where the kids showcased their fishing talents. Zoe landed a personal best redfin of 1.9kg and 10 minutes later Cooper caught anther of 1.5kg. Huge numbers of boats launched at St

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