Friday, 9 November, 2012
Connecting people and communities
Phone: 5249 6700 Trades and Classifieds: 1300 666 808
Animal instinct gives Sally’s art human perspective
New Homes& Homes&Land
By NOEL MURPHY MORIAC’S Sally Ford is turning her happy knack for making animals look human into works of art. Her giraffes with long, seductive eyelashes, emus with mischief writ large across their faces and foxes with trusting orbs make for a distinctive painter’s opus. Meerkats, cows, dogs, owls and rosellas, tigers and leopards and frazzled-looking chooks - they’re all invested with uncannily human characteristic. But Sally says she just paints them the way she sees them. “I use a basic picture or image when I’m painting but it never comes out that way. “It’s my own style. I think ‘How do I see it?’ but that’s how I put it down.’’ Some appear like caricatures, others life-like representation. But all convey emotions of a human kind: curiosity, innocence, humour. “I do paint a lot of chickens,’’ Sally says. “In fact, there’s a graveyard out the back for chickens. I had four but I only have one left - she still gives me an egg a day.’’ Defunct chooks notwithstanding, Sally’s Moriac studio – a typically chaotic artist’s cave – has been her artistic haven since retiring from a 20year career in nursing 18 months ago. Her works make for colourful exhibits at Drysdale’s Cafe Zoo as well as Skipton Art Gallery and Cafe further afield.
LONG Island Homes’ Lantau reflects the builder’s emphasis on quality and coastal design cues.
Built for modern families LONG Island Homes has opened two stunning display homes at Armstrong Creek’s Warralily Estate. Long Island is finally calling Geelong home with the opening of the singlestorey Taya,( 32 squares) and two-storey Lantau (41 squares). Both homes boast plenty of contemporary features to cater for modern family
lifestyles. Each home features ample storage, old-fashioned-size bedrooms, spacious utility room laundries, studies for parents and children to share and kitchens that double as entertaining spaces. The Lantau in particular is perfect for large families with coastal lifestyles. The two-storey home features five bedrooms, a contemporary kitchen and a
large open-plan living space flowing on to a fully-covered outdoor area. The single-storey Taya is just as impressive. A key area of importance to Long Island homes is energy efficiency, with an abundance of natural light in every home on top of the usual 6+ star energy rating. Managing director Craig Delaney
says Long Island Homes has flexibility and takes time to identify each family’s individual needs. “You know, I can’t think of a time we have not tweaked a home in some shape or form for one of our clients,” he says. “We get it right the first time rather than have clients feel they’ve compromised.”
Long Island Homes displays are open 11am to 5pm daily at Silky Oak Blvd, at the Warralily Estate, Connewarre – just 80 metres from the land sales office. More information on the display is available by phoning 1800 60 40 11 or visiting www.longislandhomes.com.au
NEW GUIDE TO HOMES AND LAND INSIDE BRUSHING UP: Sally Ford at the easel in her Moriac studio.
Picture: TOMMY RITCHIE 89805
Secret study into Bay West option revealed
$8b port bid alive STATE Government will investigate a proposal for an $8 billion container port between Geelong and Werribee, Freedom of Information documents have revealed. The documents, obtained by the opposition, revealed that the Government has hired consultant firm GHD to examine the Bay West option against the Port of Hastings. Shadow ports minister Tim Pallas said the Department of Transport was studying Bay West despite Government claims it was off the agenda. The Independent reported in September that a confidential Department
of Transport briefing advised investigation of the Bay West container option. The briefing documents, which the opposition also obtained under FoI, warned that the Government’s preferred option at Hastings could be too small. The Independent reported in June that industry supported a Bay West container port between Point Wilson and Werribee. A western transport study identified Bay West as the best container port option for transportation links. Victorian Freight and Logistics Council and Property Council of Australia both support consideration of the
Bay West proposal Mr Pallas said the Baillieu Government could waste nearly $20 billion on three Victorian ports when building Bay West to serve the state for several decades would save taxpayers more than $10 billion. “(Ports Minister) Mr Napthine would have you believe that Bay West is at least 50 years away, after Hastings is developed as a container port, but the minister’s own department seems to have other ideas,” Mr Pallas said. “The Baillieu Government’s current plan is to ignore industry specialists, departmental advice and common sense and plough ahead on a multi-
billion dollar spending spree for a port that will cost business, the consumer and taxpayers more.” City of Greater Geelong economic development head Terry Demeo said at a VECCI regional Victoria conference two weeks ago that Bay West would create huge supply chain efficiencies. Mr Demeo said dredging would allow fully laden bulk and container ships to access the port. “It would also open up new tourism opportunities for the state’s south and west by creating the possibility of Geelong becoming a permanent destination for cruise liners,” he told the conference.
1 DAY SALE O
GIFT OF LIFE STILL GIVING PAGE 3
OFFER TO HOT TO PRINT!
TH SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER ONLY
DON’T MISS OUT!
82 SEPARATION ST PH: 5278 1200 AUTOVICN05591
Geelong’s ONLY LIVE showroom
1300 348 847 GEELONG’S SOLAR POWER SPECIALISTS • GEELONG • SURFCOAST • BELLARINE
8/32 Essington Street, Grovedale • SHOWROOM NOW OPEN
By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN
Connecting people and communities 1053852-JL45-12
Page 2 Friday, 9 November, 2012
Science meets style: achieving the perfect fit Traditional manual methods for measuring spectacle lenses to fit an individual frame and face leave plenty of room for human error. This can result in a pair of glasses which may not give the crisp, clear vision your optometrist intended. AccuFit, an exclusive digital eyewear measurement system used by Ella (pictured) and the team at OPSM Waurn Ponds, precisely measures a range of parameters from facial features to inter-pupillary distance to define a completely individual frame and lens fit. Measurements are made to an accuracy of 0.1mm. OPSM Waurn Ponds optometrist Rowan Prendergast said, “Our latest and most popular lenses are digitally customised to suit the individual. These lenses account for frame curvature, tilt, width, depth and distance from the wearer’s eyes. Now our fitting measurements are five times more precise, enabling us to further enhance the visual solutions we offer to our customers.” Anyone who wears strong prescription glasses has experienced how challenging it can be to see themselves when trying on new frames. AccuFit provides a high-definition digital Virtual Mirror to allow customers to compare different looks from different angles. A LensSimulator tool also allows viewing of lens simulations to see what a difference the right lens makes in varied environments. ‘Our constant focus is to provide exclusive, innovative and world-class service to our customers. We are proud to continue to pioneer new technology in eye care and eye wear for our community,’ said Rowan. Eye checks at OPSM Waurn Ponds can be booked online at opsm.com.au or by phoning 5243 9288.
STREET NAMES: Deppeler or Deppler, street or avenue? The first is correct but Surf Coast Shire has a bob each way at either end of the Moriac Street. Pictures: TOMMY RITCHIE 89824
Boats, kids in row on safety By NOEL MURPHY AN UGLY brawl has erupted over beachgoer safety at Torquay’s Fishermans Beach. Torquay Angling Club boss Steve Burton and Great Ocean Road Coastal Committee chief Richard Davies have locked horns over concerns about boats and swimmers mixing at the busy beach. Mr Burton also accused the committee of failing to heed repeated warnings about the dangers of encouraging beachgoers to park “at their peril” in an area where anglers parked vehicles with boat trailers. Mr Burton suggested the committee was risking the lives of children using the beach amid boats and vehicles. Fishermans Beach’s boat ramp area has become increasingly busy over the past few years, with the committee recently adding a community room and a kiosk to the site.
Is it time for a new mattress?
Safety: Richard Davies. Mr Burton said forecasts of an influx of new residents at Torquay and nearby Armstrong Creek would add thousands of additional water users to the Surf Coast. “It’s an infrastructure issue,’’ he said. “Torquay has a burgeoning population. You can’t leave it as a backwater, you’ve got to do some serious work and the first thing is to make the (boat launching area) a restricted zone. “What a lot of people don’t understand is that you have 30 to 40 metres of dry sand to cover when retrieving boats and this has to be done at speed.
“This will be an issue of life and death for somebody.’’ Mr Davies said signs at the site warned of the dangers. Marine Safety Victoria had been invited to check the precinct to ensure safety aspects were covered, he said. “The (coastal) committee takes its responsibility very seriously about public safety and risk management,’’ he said. “Appropriate signage is in place and we’re arranging additional signage as well - that is already in train.’’ Mr Davies said the committee was aware the area would continue attracting more users. “We have to be very mindful of anglers and beachgoers and that they’re aware - it’s incumbent on everyone.’’ Mr Davies said the car park was limited to anglers with boat trailers on weekends.
Spring into Slumberworld for a springtime deal on your new Innerspring or Latex Mattress
• Superior Quality Mattress • Wholesale Prices • Made right here in store for you • Same day mattress delivery
GET IN NOW FOR CHRISTMAS! LAY-BY WELCOME...
GEELONGS N0. BE DDING STORE D O N ’ T PAY R E TA I L - W H O L E S A L E P R I C E S E V E R Y DAY. . . “We know Mattresses… because we make them…!”
132 Torquay Road, Grovedale (Next to BP))
SUPERIOR QUALITY Q MATTRESSES & BEDDING
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 3
Organ recipients alive 25 years after tragedy
Love and lives live on By NOEL MURPHY
A TWO-YEAR-OLD boy who was found unconscious in a Wallington dam is getting better, according to a hospital spokesperson. The spokesperson said doctors had downgraded the toddler’s condition from critical to serious after he nearly drowned earlier this week.
Council sworn GEELONG’S first directly elected mayor has officially taken the reigns of his new council. Keith Fagg and his fellow councillors swore declarations of office in a public ceremony at Geelong West Town Hall this week.
Bipolar focus IMPROVING the lives of bipolar disorder victims will be the focus of new Geelong research, Deakin University has announced. Professor Michael Berk, of the university’s medical school, said the research would help overcome limited knowledge of the disorder, one of the top 10 causes of disability worldwide.
Lotto luck TWO GEELONG punters have won separate prizes totalling more than $2 million from the same Belmont agency in a fortnight, according to its operator. Belmont Lucky Lotto’s Richard Stone said a customer won a $2 million division-one prize before another won $30,000 in division two this week.
LEGACY: Bruce and Jenny Richmond still grieve for lost sons Darren and Adam but gain solace from lives saved through organ donation. Picture: TOMMY RITCHIE 89794 doctors asked the family about organ donation. Both parents agreed it was what he would have wanted, Ms Richmond said. And so life goes for the recipients but also for the Richmonds, as evidenced in their remarkable letter.
“Mum and Dad miss you so much. It is hard to believe, since we had to say goodbye to you both,” they wrote. “You have two beautiful nieces, Holly and Lucy, who are the most adorable children. “We talk about you both often. “All your friends have moved on in
YOUR WEEKLY MARIA ROMANO IS HERE! Qualified Haridresser HEALTH TIP We would like to warmly welcome DO YOU REALLY CHALLENGE YOURSELF IN MIND AND BODY DURING EACH TRAINING SESSION?
Receive 20% of your next appointment with Maria. If you rebook your next appointment on the same day, you will receive a further 20% off your consecutive appointments.
FACTORY DIRECT LOUNGES
JU JUMBO J UMBO MANGO MANGO SPLASH SPL LA ASH
. Save $4
NOW ONLY $1099 st
Shop 2/362 Pakington Street Newtown, Vic 3220 Ph 5222 6080
Cnr of Claire & Corio Streets, Geelongg
HUGE COLOUR RANGE
Train smarter, not harder at club exec
Ph. 5221 1400 www.clubexec.com.au u
A TRIAL operation to stamp out petrol thefts is targeting service stations across the Geelong region, police have announced. A spokesperson said the operation included free one-way security number plate screws and crime prevention advice, with Victoria Police and Neighbourhood Watch to spread the message from 9.30am to 3pm Saturday in Corio Shopping Centre’s car park.
AUSTRALIAN MADE ELECTRIC LIFT CHAIR
Valid until 20th December 2012
(Located at the rear of TAC Headquarters)
ARE YOU FRUITY? FEELING
Next time you are training, consider this.. Ask yourself some key questions. Is the training that I am undertaking really getting me to my goals, or is it merely killing time? Do I really feel that I challenge my mind and body during each session? Effective training never needs to be questioned. You feel it instantly, and with it brings great mental and physical release. It should be something you look forward to doing, rather than seen as a chore. Training with intensity and purpose is something anyone can do. Ability, goals and kilometres covered may differ between individuals, but benefits gained do not. So next time you hit a session, hit it with purpose. At least then you can walk away tired, but proud!
Maria Romano to Kristys On Pako! New & existing clients welcome.
their lives and have beautiful families. “I believe that you both have caught up with your relatives that have passed. “Miss them all but most of all we miss you both so much. “Love Mum, Dad and family. ‘’
GEELONG-BASED discount retailer Target has rated five stars for overall customer satisfaction, according to consumer ratings agency Canstar Blue. The agency found that 69 per cent of shoppers were spending more of their disposable income in discount department stores as they competed strongly with online and premium outlets.
LOUNGES Hurry, one week only. One per customer. Must finish Friday 16th Nov 2012
Factory Direct Lounges 23 Gordon Ave, Geelong West
5242 8484 Locally owned & operated Trading Hours: 10am-4pm Monday to Friday
Upstairs at Westfield
Complete Service • Tune Gears • Adjust Brakes • Degrease Drive Train • Re-Lube Drive Train ain • Safety Check OFFER
• Complete Strip Down of Parts • All Parts Cleaned • All Parts Lubed • Re-assembly of Bike to Specs • New Cables & Outer • Tune and Adjust • True Wheels OFFER • Service Hubs END
LOVE letters aren’t usually like this but the note Newtown’s Jenny and Bruce Richmond wrote to their two sons, who died 25 years ago, is as moving as any – and as heart-warming. The Richmonds live with their grief every day. But others live on because of their boys. Darren and Adam Richmond, then aged 21 and 18, were just setting out on adulthood when it all came to shattering halt in a Melbourne car accident. Their parents penned a moving memoriam last week.“Adam, all your organ recipients are still alive. I believe you both are giving these fortunate people so much encouragement to keep going because they were given another chance at life,’’ the couple wrote. Ms Richmond said Adam’s organs went to four people, giving them and their families the extraordinary, precious gift of life. “His heart went to a mother in Sydney. Her heart was transplanted by Dr Victor Chang just before he was murdered – I believe it was his last operation,’’ Ms Richmond told the Independent. “A little three-month-old girl with three weeks to live received his liver. “A 38-year-old father of 11 received a kidney – he’s now a grandfather. “The other kidney went to a 14-year-old boy.’’ Mr Richmond explained that Darren died at the scene. Adam was pronounced brain dead at hospital where
190 Latrobe Terrace, Geelong PH: 5224 1900 www.bikestudio.com.au 1054065-JL45-12
Connecting people and communities
Page 4 Friday, 9 November, 2012
MASSIVE SALE R
K C O T S R O O L T F N , E O M M IP E U Q D E E EX S I C R XE E D E N O I T I D ECON
E L P M A S
K C STO
TREADMILLS, EXERCISE BIKES,
ELLIPTICALS, ROWERS, BENCHES & HOME GYMS
, Y R R U H PEN
O S R O DO AY D I R F 9AM K C O T S UNTIL LD IS SO
ALL STOCK FULLY ASSEMBLED, BRING A TRAILER OR DELIVERY AVAILABLE
WE ARE HERE
PART OF THE ELSWORTHY’S GROUP
Yarra S t
395 Moorabool St, Geelong
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 5
By MICHELLE HERBISON PATIENTS with “less-urgent” conditions are presenting at Geelong Hospital’s emergency department in numbers beyond population growth despite more doctors in the area, according to a study. The joint study between Barwon Health and Barwon Medicare Local, representing Geelong GPs, found that triage category four (semi-urgent) and five (nonurgent) patient presentations were increasing 10 per cent annually. Barwon Health spokesperson Kate Nelson said the study findings had sparked plans for the two organisations to launch an awareness campaign next year on options for after-hours medical care. “It relates to the individual’s own perception of the urgency of their condition and where they
believe they should go for medical attention,” Ms Nelson said. “The Geelong region has had a substantial growth of GP numbers. The issue here is awareness of what alternatives are available, not what GPs are available.” A study summary document showed 83 per cent of a sample of 433 semi and non-urgent patients who visited the emergency department believed they needed immediate attention. Forty-six per cent attended because it was “too complex to see a GP”, while 41 per cent were unsure where else to go. Twenty-four per cent of patients said they were unable to “get into” their GP and 24 per cent were avoiding a long wait for an appointment. Twenty-six per cent visited the emergency department because it was free, they said.
Ms Nelson said bulk-bill and private clinics near Geelong Hospital treated “less-urgent” patients but Barwon Medicare Local would need to “broaden the availability” of after-hours GPs next year. “Theoretically, if patients choose to go to a GP we could free up resources in the emergency department to treat more-complex presentations more quickly,” she said. Geelong Hospital performance indicators to October 29 showed the 50 per cent of triage four patients seen on time fell short of the 70 per cent target. Barwon Medicare Local chief executive officer Jason Trethowan was unavailable for comment before the Independent went to press.
ONE WEEK ONLY
Dual-award DVD preserves history
COACH TOURING OFFERS!
By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN A GROUP of secondary students’ DVD on the construction of the Great Ocean Road has won two state awards. Lorne-Airey’s Inlet College VCAL students make the DVD using archival photos from Lorne’s historical society. The DVD won a VCAL partner achievement award and a Victorian Community History Award. The idea for the pot-holed history of the iconic road was born when the historical society realised its valuable collection was at risk from a major catastrophe such as a bushfire. Society volunteer Peter Spring said the group had no space to exhibit the collection, either. “We wanted to digitise the collection to safeguard it and give us more options for displaying the work,” Mr Spring said. “We called the project Freeze Frame and we enlisted the help of the college in scanning and cataloguing the collection. The school was enthusiastic, the kids were
Search for local businesses with…
AN UPGRADE of a level crossing at Bell Post Hill has caused signal malfunctions and long delays for motorists. The crossing’s boom gates and lights caused a traffic logjam on Anakie Rd for about an hour on Sunday afternoon. Australian Rail Track Corporation upgraded the crossing as part of improvements to Geelong port’s rail access.
GPs ‘bypassed’ for emergency
HURRY - ASK IN STORE NOW
C r u i s i n g & To u r i n g
ERS IRD OFF EARLYB APPLY. ON 2013 ITIONS ND CO & S R
MAKING HISTORY: DVD award winners Hayden Bromley, Dominic Maguiness, Dylan Vetrone, Amanda Atkins, Sam James, Tex Law, Sophie Bean and Daniel Howard-Briggs with a statue commemorating the men who built the Great Ocean Road. Picture: TOMMY RITCHIE 89816 terrific and brought their youthful technology skills to the project.” Mr Spring said the DVD would lead to other projects, portraying Lorne’s timber industry past and the importance of the fishing industry to the town. The DVD would be included
in multimedia displays at Lorne’s visitor information centre, he said. “We also want to run an exhibition and display some of the artefacts from the era. In fact, we’ve unearthed some more material and we hope to extend the DVD.”
*For all your travel needs come and see the professionals in travel for top 1300 538 738 service with competitive costs
jetset.com.au WE DO IT ALL! OR FOLLOW US
GEELONG WEST *Conditions Apply. See In Store for Details
*Conditions apply. Agents may charge service fees and/or fees for card payments which vary. Offer is subject to availability. Please check all prices, availability and other information with your travel consultant. Limited availability. Offer is available on new bookings only and subject to availability. Offer may be withdrawn at any time. ~ﬂybuys BONUS POINTS: Valid only at participating agencies and on selected packages, ask in store for details. To qualify for this offer, members must book a holiday in store and pay in full (not deposit) from an extensive range of selected packages with a minimum spend of $2,500 (excluding taxes, fees and surcharges) before 24 November 2012. Members must present their ﬂybuys card and mention this offer at time of booking and payment. Maximum 5,000 BONUS POINTS per booking, per member household. BONUS POINTS are awarded in addition to standard points and will appear in qualifying members accounts 4 weeks after promotion. Exclusions in earning points: travellers cheques; foreign currency; taxes, including airport departure taxes, cruise port and handling taxes, airport noise tax and passenger movement tax; visas; passports; cancellation fees; service fees; corporate travel and commercial agreements where discounts apply. Standard ﬂybuys terms and conditions apply, see ﬂybuys.com.au. Full booking terms & conditions can be found at www.jetset.com.au. Stella Travel Services (Australia) Pty Limited (ABN 84 003 237 296) trading as Jetset Travel, Travel Agents Licence No’s NSW 2TA 002558, QLD TAG252, SA TTA108, VIC 2TA 30204, WA 9TA284. JTG1794_JET
92 Pakington St, Geelong West | e: email@example.com |
*Conditions apply. Agents may charge service fees and/or fees for card payments which vary. Offer is subject to availability. Please check all prices, availability and other information with your travel consultant. Limited availability. Offer is available on new bookings only and subject to availability. Offer may be withdrawn at anytime. ~ﬂybuys BONUS POINTS: Valid only at participating agencies and on selected packages, ask in store for details. To qualify for this offer, members must book a holiday in store and pay in full (not deposit) from an extensive range of selected packages with a minimum spend of $2,500 (excluding taxes, fees and surcharges) before 24 November 2012. Members must present their ﬂybuys card and mention this offer at time of booking at payment. Maximum 5,000 BONUS POINTS per booking, per member household. BONUS POINTS are awarded in addition to standard points and will appear in qualifying members accounts 4 weeks after promotion. Exclusions in earning points: travellers cheques; foreign currency; taxes’ including airport departures taxes; cruise port and handling taxes; airport noise tax and passenger movement tax; passports; cancellation fees; service fees; corporate travel and commercial agreements where discounts apply. Standard ﬂybuys terms and conditions apply, see ﬂybuys.com.au. Full booking terms & conditions can be found at www.jetset.com.au. Stella Travel Services (Australia) Pty Limited (ABN 84 003 237 296) trading as Jetset Travel, Travel Agents Licence No’s NSW 2TA 002558, QLD TAG252, SA TTA108, VIC 2TA 30204, WA 9TA284.
PCD International Pty Ltd
Gigabyte H77 With USB3 M/B 8G DDR3 - 1TB SATA HDD LG DVDRW - Thermaltake case Windows 8 Home Premium Nvidia GA-Gt630 2G Graphic
Intel Core i5 3470 Intel Core i5 3570K Intel Core i7 3770
Smart Elite Pro
FX-4170 4.2Ghz QCore 8G DDR3 1333Mhz RAM Pioneer DVDRW Writer 64G SSD & 1TB 7200 HD ATI HD7750 1G Graphic Ms Window 7 Premium Thermaltake V4 With PSU Acer 24” HDMI LED
Intel cORE i5 3570K (3.4Ghz) 8GB RAM, DVD Writer 40G SSD & 1TB HD Windows 8 Home Premium Asus GT620 PCiEx Graphics
Computer Service Package Spyware And Virus Removal Trojan & Keyloggers Removes All hidden rookits Hardware & Software Clean Up FREE One YRS Antivirus Special Antispyware+Antimalware Fully Service , Updates
TERMINATOR NETWORKING & COMPUTER REPAIR VIRUS Spyware
Analyse, design, install, commission and manage. Internet, Security solutions
Intel Ivy i5-3210 15.6 LED, 500G HD 4G, DVDRW GT610 2G Graphic WIFI, WEB,HDMI Window 7 Home Premium
Acer Aspire A4.3305M 4G RAM -500G HD 6840M 512M Graphic Intel Core i7 3770 3.4Ghz WIFI - WEB - HDMI $59 cash back 16GB RAM, Gigabyte H77M-D3H 15.6 LED/LCD 64G Solid State + 2TB Hardrive DVDRW Burner Acer 24” LED, DVDRW writer Windows7 Home Asus GT620 1G Graphics Premium 64bit Window 8 , Thermaltake case
IPhone & Ipod Mac & Laptop Screen Replacement And Repairs
Intel Core i7 3612 ,WEB 4G RAM, ATI 7550 1G Graphic 640G, DVDRW WIFI, HDMI, 14” LED Win7 H Premium, USB3.0 , Numberic Keyboard
Ultrabook Inte Core i7 3517U 4G RAM - 128G SSD Intel HD 4000 Graphic WIFI - WEB - HDMI 13.3’LED - DVDRW Windows 7 R500A-SX077s Home Premium Intel Ivy i7 3610QM Bluetooth 15.6 LED/LCD 750G, Hard Drive Asus-SX006V 8G RAM 1600 Intel Ivy i5-3210 DVDRW Writer 15.6 LED, 750G HD 2G GT610 Graphic 4G, DVDRW WIFI, WEB,HDMI Intel HD Graphic Window 7 WIFI, WEB,HDMI Home Premium Window 7 Home Premium
D.I.Y Computer Parts CPU
$105 $ 75 Intel DP55WG 1156 $ 59 $123 GA-H61m-S2PV Asus H61MXUSB3 $ 59 $ 85 Intel i5 3470 $185 ga-H77M-D3H $ 88 Intel i5 3550 $196 GA-A55M-S2H Intel i5 3570 $207 Asus M5a78L-Mlx $85 Intel i5 3570K $235 GA-H77-DH3-MVP $110 $232 Intel i7 3770K $335 GA-X79-UD3 $139 intel i7 3820 $290 GA-Z77-d3h GA-G1 Sniper M3 $189 intel i7 3770 $295 AMD A6 3500 $103 AMD FX-8120 $165 AmD FX-4170 $135 intel G850 Intel i3 3220
RAM Cosair 1024M DDR Cosair 2G D2 Cosair VENg 8GB King 8G Kit D3 Sto 4GB DDR3
$35 $35 $79 $55 $20
Hard Drive S/W 500G SATA S/W 1TB SATA Seagate 2TB SATA WD 3TB SATA Sam 64G SSD
$60 $79 $105 $160 $ 65
Sam 128 ssd $98
1TB 2.5” $99 Sam 256 SSD $210
$ 29 Gforce 210 1G $ 45 Asus Gt620 1G $ 79 Asus Gt630 2g Gigabyte-GTX650OC 1G $129 Gigabyte-GTX660Oc 2G $247 Gigabyte-GTX670WF2 2G $409
.Intel Core i3 3220 .4G Ram, DDR3 .S/W 500G Hard drive . DVDRW Writer .19” Wide screen .Intel HD Graphic . Sound , Lan .MS Window 8 h Premium .Ms Keyboard & Mouse
$649 Intel Core i5 3470Ghz 8GB RAM, 500G Hard drive 22’ LED / DVDRW Writer Windows 8 Home Premium
$699 $770 $899
Asus Ultrabook Intel Core i3 2367 , HD WEB 4G RAM, Intel 4000 Graphic 320G + 32G SSD, WIFI, HDMI, 13.3” LED, Bluetooth, Case Win7 Home Premium Free External Optical Drive
Gigabyte/Asus DDR3 M/B 4GB DDR3 - 500GB SATA LG DVDRW - ATX Case Intel Duocore G620 $295 Intel Core i3 3220 $339 Intel Core i5 3470 $415 Intel Core i7 3770 $555
03 5222 5189
LG 2G Graphic 27” Sp
78 Mercer St, Geelong
*TERM TORE FO SEE IN-S TAILS FULL DE
Advertised Prices are for Cash or Bank Cheque only. A 2% Surcharge will apply for Visa & Mastercard. Prices & Specification are subject to change without notice. Pictures are for illustrative purposes only. All Systems come with 3 yr Labour & 1 yr Parts R.T.B Warranty
Page 6 Friday, 9 November, 2012
Connecting people and communities
THE MORE YOU SPEND THE MORE * YOU SAVE WITH UP TO 20% OFF Spend over... $2,500 on any bathroom products & receive 10% off ticket price $5,000 on any bathroom products & receive 15% off ticket price $7,500 on any bathroom products & receive 20% off ticket price *Up to 20% off the ticket price of any bathroom products. Promotion valid from 07/11/2012 until 25/11/2012. Valid in store only and excludes online purchases.
HURRY ENDS 25 NOVEMBER 2012 E&S Trading Co (Discounts) Pty Ltd ABN 71007449265. E&S endeavours to ensure that all items are available for the life of the advertisement or until sold out. Not all products are on display at all stores. Some items may need to be specially ordered. Any sizes quoted in the advertisement should be considered approximate only. Unless otherwise stated, accessories are not included. We reserve the right to correct errors or misprints. Pics for illustration purposes. See in store for details. Sale ends 25/11/2012. * Valid in store only and excludes online pricing.
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 7
Competitor in markets move TWO FORMER Mill Markets sites will create competition for the brand’s Newcomb operations under new ownership revealed this week. Williamstown’s John and Robyn Lah will operate vintage markets at the sites in North Geelong and Brougham St under a new name. The move follows months of negotiations on the business and numerous sites after former boss Ian Ballis plunged Mill Markets into administration. The Independent reported last week that Geelong antiques dealer Mark Ward had bought the Mill Markets business with plans to “centralise” Geelong operations at Bellarine Hwy, Newcomb. Administrator Sellers Muldoon Benton’s said Mr Ward would
have sole rights to the Mill Markets brand. Mr Ward would also continue operating Mill Markets at Daylesford and Ballarat. He declined an offer to purchase the North Geelong and Brougham St sites to avoid “too much dilution” in the town. Mr Lah, a Mill Markets stallholder for 10 years, was optimistic Geelong had the capacity for multiple vintage retailers. “You could call it competition but the more the better,” he said. “(North Geelong) is fairly new but people are coming here from word of mouth and our little sign out the front. “I can really see it growing. We’ll probably get new Melbourne clientele coming in here, too.” Mr Lah said he would con-
tinue to run the businesses under a similar model to Mill Markets, with stallholders selling antiques and bric-a-brac on commission or renting space. Mr Lah, who operates with his wife a Bam Bam Vintage store in Williamstown, would also consider bringing a costume shop to the North Geelong site. Mr Ward was “more than happy” with Mr Lah operating a similar business at the two locations. Individual stallholders at Mr Lah’s sites could “make their own decision” to stay or move to Newcomb, Mr Ward said. “I won’t be influencing them at all. “Newcomb’s just about full now anyway. When I took it over it was about 75 per cent full. “In just our first week of operations we increased overall takings by 13 per cent.”
4x100g pack $6.00 Large 800g $11.00
Geelong Legacy Club Inc.
Available at all Bendigo Bank Branches from Monday 12th November 2012
By MICHELLE HERBISON
LEGACY CHRISTMAS PUDDINGS
Duo takes on event in Sandy wake By MICHELLE HERBISON
Ashby Primary School Market Day. Saturday 2pm Saturday10th 5thNovember from 10am –- 3pm
full lap. “I’d imagine there’ll be guys quicker than us but you never know. Last year the winner did seven laps – 140km,” Mr Lydom said.
Wellington St O’Connell Street
Handmade, Vintage, Sustainable, Unique,Unique, Harley Rides, Handmade, Vintage, Sustainable, Harley Big Slides, Cakes and Tasty treats Rides, Big Slides, Cakes and Tasty Treats. Have a sneak peek at: www.facebook.com/AshbyPrimarySchoolMarketDay Have a sneak peek at: Ashby Primary School. www.facebook.com/AshbyPrimarySchoolMarketDay 2 Lawton Ave, Geelong West. Ph 5223 1291
This is why you’re photographed when you speed. Ryan Evans, 13. Killed 2001. 1050010-KG41-12
change to wetsuits, carrying headlamps, strobelights and safety lamps. Each participant would have a tent area to revisit for food and to change clothes after completing a
Ashby Primary Waterloo St School
cece errrraa TTe
Off Pakington St. Enter via Waratah St or Lawton Ave MUD MEN: Jason Lyndon and Tym Kacprzaktrain on Geelong’s waterfront for the Tough Mudder event in New Jersey. Picture: Tommy Ritchie 89568
RUNNING 50km in the rain at night was one of Geelong’s Tym Kacprzak’s “crazier” training sessions for a 24-hour endurance event in America this week. Mr Kacprzak has been physically and mentally preparing himself for the ice, mud and electric shocks he and mate Jason Lydom will endure during the World’s Toughest Mudder competition in the aftermath of Hurrican Sandy in New Jersey. The duo qualified for the 24hour challenge after finishing in the top five per cent of Phillip Island and Glenworth Valley’s 20km courses. A factsheet anticipated that worldwide participation in Tough Mudder events this year would increase 20 times on the initial numbers in 2010. “Designed by British Special Forces, Tough Mudder tests strength, stamina, mental grit and camaraderie,” the factsheet said. Mr Lydom, a personal trainer, said Tough Mudder was a challenge and an adrenaline rush. “We’ve both been bitten by the bug a bit. For me I like to show my clients they can attempt anything. “You get to do things that were fun when you were a kid again like swinging off ropes, playing in mud and ice and jumping four metres into a creek or river.” Mr Lydom said the duo would start the event at 10am November 18 in light running gear then
Connecting people and communities
Page 8 Friday, 9 November, 2012
CAREERS AT THE CITY JOIN ONE OF GEELONG’S LARGEST EMPLOYERS
CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS ROAD CLOSURE - MOOLAP STATION ROAD AND TOWNSEND ROAD, MOOLAP WEDNESDAY 14 TO FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER - 7.00AM TO 5.00PM DAILY
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, Gheringhap Street entrance, Geelong on Tuesday 13 November commencing at 7.00pm. Details of issues to be considered will be available on the City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au The meeting is open to the public.
GEELONG MAJOR EVENTS MEETING The next meeting of Geelong Major Events will be held at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Gheringhap Street entrance, Geelong on Monday 19 November commencing at 4.00pm. This meeting is open to the public.
CENTRAL GEELONG MARKETING COMMITTEE MEETING The next meeting of the Central Geelong Marketing Committee will be held on Tuesday 20 November at 7.30am, at the Central Geelong Marketing Office, 100 Brougham Street, Geelong. This meeting is open to the public.
CHANGED TRAFFIC CONDITIONS
Road works will require complete closures at 150 metres north and 150 metres west of the intersection of Moolap Station Road and Townsend Road, Moolap. During this period, traffic will be detoured at Bellarine Highway / Moolap Station Road, and Townsend Road / Coppards Road intersections via Bellarine Highway and Coppards Road. Local traffic will be requested to use Coppards Road during the closure. All traffic will be managed by traffic controllers during working hours and after hours detours will be suitably signed. Emergency access will be maintained at all times. For further information contact the our Construction unit on 5272 5272.
STREETS ARE ALIVE SATURDAY 10 AND SUNDAY 11 NOVEMBER CENTRAL AND WATERFRONT GEELONG Our laneways, Central Geelong shop corners and Waterfront will be a buzz of excitement as the inner and outer urban areas of our City are transformed! See acrobatics, quirky roving street performers, dance workshops and more! Little Malop Street between Gheringhap Street and Police Lane will be closed from approximately 9.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday 10 November. Come and experience the excitement of this all-age and abilities family friendly event, celebrating our arts and culture. It’s FREE!
MORRIS FINANCE GALA DAY PARADE SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER This year Barwon Health celebrates the 96th anniversary of Gala Day. To ensure the Morris Finance Gala Day Parade runs safely the following changed traffic conditions will be implemented on Saturday 17 November. The Morris Finance Gala Day Parade proceeds along Malop Street, turns right into Moorabool Street to conclude at the intersection of Brougham Street and Moorabool Street. The GForce Family Fun Day follows on Steampacket Gardens from 12.00pm until 5.00pm.
Visit www.streetsarealive.com or call the event organiser Grant Conn on 0419 178 761.
ROAD CLOSURES AND OPENING TIMES
CENTRAL GEELONG FARMERS MARKET
• Malop Street between from Garden Street to Gheringhap Street will be closed from approximately 9.30am until 12.30pm.
SATURDAY 10 NOVEMBER
Traffic will be maintained on Yarra Street, Bellerine Street, Swanston Street and Fitzroy Street until approximately 10.15am, or at a time advised by the Victoria Police. From approximately 10.15am until 12.30pm, traffic will be restricted. The intersections will be reopened when it is safe to do so.
Little Malop Street, between Union and Moorabool Streets will be closed from 7.00am to 2.00pm. Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.
• Eastern Park Circuit, between Podbury Crescent and Holt Road will be closed from 7.30am to 11.30am. This closure is required for the parade participants to assemble in.
• Moorabool Street between Malop Street and Eastern Beach Road will be closed from approximately 10.00am until 12.30pm. • Brougham Street between Yarra Street and Mercer Street will be closed from approximately 10.30am to 12.30pm. • Garden Street between Park Street and Alexander Avenue will be closed from approximately 9.30am to 11.30am. Access will be available to local traffic only under traffic marshal control.
• Bailey Place between Mercer Street and Gheringhap Street will be closed from 10.00am to 12.30pm. • Vehicle access to the Geelong Botanic Gardens is available via Podbury Crescent. Access to the East Geelong Golf Course and Geelong Conference Centre is available via Ryrie Street and Holt Road.
PET REGISTRATION CHECKS IN ROGRESS NOW! AVOID A PENALTY FOR HAVING UNREGISTERED PETS MICROCHIP $15* (HALF PRICE OFFER) PRICES RANGE FROM $10-$22
PENALTY FOR UNREGISTERED PET $282
GENERAL PARKING INFORMATION Please be advised no vehicles will be permitted to park along Malop Street between Swanston Street and Moorabool Street, this includes centre of the road parking, from 6.00am until 12.30pm. On street parking will not be available on Moorabool Street between Malop Street and Eastern Beach Road until approx 12.30pm. Access to the Westfield car park is available at all times via Yarra Street and Brougham Street. The Malop Street and Moorabool Street Westfield car park will be restricted during the road closure period between 10.00am to 12.30pm.
Take advantage of discounted microchipping and half price registrations at various locations around Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula. For locations and more information call us on 5272 5272 or go to www.geelongaustralia.com.au/residents/animals.
Access to the Officeworks car park on Malop Street is available via the Lt Malop Street entry during the road closure period.
*Conditions apply. See our website for details www.geelongaustralia.com.au
For further information, please contact Barwon Health on 5260 3034 or visit www.geelongaustralia.com.au
Please note that all bus services will operate as normal during the road closures.
Emergency access will be available at all times.
THE CITY PROUDLY SUPPORTS
STREETS ARE ALIVE - ON THIS WEEKEND CENTRAL AND WATERFRONT GEELONG
Connecting people and communities
HAVE YOUR SAY NOTICE OF INTENTION TO GRANT A LEASE The City of Greater Geelong hereby gives notice under Section 190 of the Local Government Act 1989 (“the Act”) of its intention to grant a lease to Ocean Grove Golf Club Incorporated for Clubrooms at Ocean Grove Golf Course, 61-129 Wallington Road, Ocean Grove, Victoria 3226 on the following terms and conditions: • the term of the lease shall be for 21 years, • other terms and conditions contained in the lease document. Written submissions about the proposed lease will be considered in accordance with Section 223 of the Act and must be received by the Corporate Strategy & Property Management Department, City of Greater Geelong, PO Box 104, Geelong, Victoria. 3220, within 28 days of this notice. Any person requesting to be heard in support of their written submission is entitled to appear in person or by a person acting on their behalf before a committee of Council, the day, time and place of which will be advised.
DRAFT EVANS RESERVE MASTER PLAN The City is developing a Master Plan for Evans Reserve, corner of Sparks Rd and Yooringa Ave, Norlane. The reserve currently accommodates a number of active uses including cricket and soccer, as well a range of community facilities. The Master Plan will provide direction for the future development of the reserve. Following extensive community consultation, the Draft Evans Reserve Master Plan is currently on display for public comment.
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 9
PUBLIC NOTICES LARA HERITAGE STUDY – HISTORICAL PHOTOS WANTED
FREE ENTRY THIS WEEKEND*!
The City is undertaking a review of the heritage properties in Lara, Anakie and Lovely Banks to assess which properties should have heritage protection in the planning scheme. To assist us prepare the individual heritage citations of each of the properties we are seeking old photographs of the Lara Region. Photos of historic homes, businesses, farms, lime burning sites, memorials and recreation grounds (ideally with the location of the photo included if known), would be useful to the study team. A list of sites being reviewed in the heritage study is available on the City’s website: www.geelongaustralia.com.au If you have any photos or would like more information contact the project officer, Jessica Hurse, Planning Strategy department on 5272 4252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PUBLIC EVENT - CELEBRATING COMMUNITY ACTION FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER - 4.00 TO 6.00PM STRACHAN THEATRE, NATIONAL WOOL MUSEUM 26 MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG
So much is happening at the National Wool Museum on the weekend of 10 and 11 November, and you can participate for free*! The Museum is taking part in the Open House Geelong event and will be offering free entry to the Museum all day Saturday and Sunday, from 10.00am to 5.00pm. *As part of the special offer, visitors can see the new Permian Monsters: Life Before the Dinosaurs exhibition for half price all weekend – that’s just $2 per child, $3.75 per adult, $3 concession or $12.50 per family of two adults and up to four children. Also on show this weekend only is the Geelong Art Revealed Exhibition, an ‘Artist’s Studio’ themed exhibition showcasing local artists in conjunction with the Streets Are Alive festival. Vote for your favourite artwork in the People’s Choice Award. Entry to this exhibition is free.
The closing date for written submissions is: Friday 7 December 2012 Feedback and enquiries can be submitted to Jake McMinn - Sport, Recreation & Open Space, City of Greater Geelong, PO BOX 104, Geelong VIC 3220, or email email@example.com
The National Wool Museum is located at 26 Moorabool Street, Geelong. Telephone 5272 4701, visit www.nwm.vic.gov.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copies of the plan are available for viewing at: • The City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au • Corio Shopping Centre - Shop 4k, 83a Purnell Road, Corio Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm
REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE
• City Hall Customer Service - 30 Gheringhap Street, Geelong Monday to Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm
SUNDAY 11 NOVEMBER
NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT
Remembrance Day is to be observed on Sunday 11 November. Services will be held at various RSL’s and the principal service will be held at the Geelong Peace Memorial, Johnstone Park Geelong, hosted by the Geelong RSL.
The land affected by the application is located at: 37 Peppertree Rise, Waurn Ponds
The service will commence at 10.40am with one minute’s silence at 11.00am, followed by a Wreath Laying Service.
The application is for a permit to: Removal of restrictive covenant on Lot 18 on PS534285C to allow for the construction of an outbuilding (shed) at the rear of the allotment and variation of restrictive covenant AE187136V paragraph (B) to allow for the construction of a shed greater than 10 square metres. The applicant for the permit is: P J Moorfoot The application reference number is: 1153/2012
As Geelong transitions to a low-carbon future we want to celebrate the communities that are currently working on making their neighbourhoods more sustainable, liveable and productive. This event will explore the challenges we face and showcase some of the inspiring action currently taking place across Geelong. Come along and be inspired to participate. For more information go to www.futureproofinggeelong.com
You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at:
The public is most welcome to attend.
What’s a priority to you?
How will your life change in the next four years?
• 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 to 5.00pm • Belmont Customer Service - Belmont Library, 163 High Street, Belmont Monday to Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm 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 VIC 3220. If after viewing the file you wish to discuss the application further please contact the Statutory Planning Department on 5272 4456. An objection must: • be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing. • include the reasons for the objection. • state how the objector would be affected.
The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before: Saturday 24 November 2012 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.
FUTURE PROOFING GEELONG COUNCIL CONTRIBUTION PROGRAM Does your community group have an idea for a project or an event that would promote a more sustainable, liveable and productive Geelong? The Future Proofing Geelong Council Contribution Program is open to applications from incorporated not-for-profit, community organisations operating within the City of Greater Geelong municipality. To be eligible for funding, projects must demonstrate the capacity to contribute to outcomes in the themes under the Future Proofing Geelong vision for a more sustainable, liveable and productive Geelong, For more information go to www.futureproofinggeelong.com for the guidelines and application form.
How do you want your community to look? The City of Greater Geelong is developing City Plan 2013-2017 and we want to hear from you. City Plan outlines Council’s four-year vision for the City of Greater Geelong.
Have your say we’re listening We want everyone - individuals, businesses and community groups to play a role in guiding Geelong’s future.
To discuss your idea further contact Project Officer Sam Smith on 5272 4846 or email@example.com
Tell us about the direction you want Geelong to take
Applications close 5.00pm Friday 23 November.
Make sure your voice is heard as part of this important planning process.
Get Involved Workshops Vines Road Community Centre Geelong City Hall Lara Community Centre Drysdale Potato Shed Centenary Hall, Norlane Belmont Civic Centre
27 November 2012, 6.00pm-8.00pm 1 December 2012, 10.00am-12.00pm 5 December 2012, 4.00pm-6.00pm 6 December 2012, 4.00pm-6.00pm 11 December 2012, 6.00pm-8.00pm 12 December 2012, 5.00pm-7.00pm
Register for workshops online at www.geelongaustralia.com.au or phone 5272 5272.
Online Forum and Survey From 19 November 2012, take part in the online conversation at www.geelong2017.com.au or in the December edition of Community Update.
Connecting people and communities
Page 10 Friday, 9 November, 2012
$505m building bounty for city
INTERNATIONAL FLAIR AT OBERON Students at Oberon High School have recently experienced a diverse range of international relations, with the focus over recent weeks centred around international visitors and cultural language trips. Students in Year 10 studying Indonesian have just returned from a trip to Malaysia where they used their language skills to chat with locals and bargain at markets. Based in Kuala Lumpur, the group participated in many cultural activities. A highlight was attending Malaysia Day Celebrations at the Pure Life Society where students presented a large donation from their fundraising to a local orphanage.
By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN THE VALUE of permits for building and construction in City of Greater Geelong increased 23 per cent in the past financial year, according to state planning department figures. The total value of permit applications rose to $505 million, compared to $409 million the previous year. However, new permit applications dropped 3.7 per cent, from 1581 to 1522. The average cost of works per application rose 14 per cent to $304,635 from $267,760 the previous year. Authorities approved 906 dwellings and 145 subdivision allotments. The City’s take from applica-
At the same time a group of students from Years 10–11 studying Japanese were visiting Genkai High School, Oberon’s sister school for almost 25 years, in Fukuoka province on the island of Kyushu. Attending classes, host family visits, and of course practising their Japanese, were highlights of this experience with visits to Tokyo, Hiroshima and Kyoto. Not to be left out, students studying German were themselves hosting visitors from Oberon’s sister school near Marburg, Germany. These students had the opportunity to share many aspects of the Australian lifestyle, including AFL Grand Final Day, the Great Ocean Road and surfing. As one German student commented at the farewell, “It has been great to experience school life at Oberon and meet new friends. And we loved wearing the uniform.” The year will finish with a group of students travelling to Cambodia with World Challenge to experience a very different culture and assist at a Cambodian orphanage school on a community project. Oberon would also like to extend congratulations to school captain Stevie Nuss-Soeharto who was the recipient of the prestigious RMIT German scholarship at a recent banquet at the Park Hyatt in Melbourne. Stevie will travel to Germany for a 10-week all expenses paid study tour after her final Year 12 exams in November.
but there’s still good activity out there. “We don’t have a frantic pace of development but we’ve still got decisions being made to invest. “Interest rates are off their highs, so there’s a bit of encouragement for good projects that stack up. “I’m confident about Geelong’s economic outlook and I can see steady growth for the next three years.” Borough of Queenscliffe permit applications were down 16 per cent from 187 to 156 while total value rose 25 per cent to $24.2 million. Surf Coast applications dropped 23 per cent, from 1,066 to 814, with the value of works falling 20 per cent to $94 million.
tion fees dropped 6.5 per cent, from $980,409 to $916,637. Council planning portfolio holder Rod Macdonald said a couple of big projects skewed the figures. “The St John of God project is huge, that’s between $80 and $100 million and it accounts for the lower permit numbers with higher value.” Cr Macdonald said a national credit squeeze had also affected applications, with developers pursuing fewer projects. “Projects are still happening but banks have tightened up on the value of projects, so developers have to put up more equity. “The volume builders are still going well, although some of the smaller ones are finding it tough,
Sport stars chipping in for charity By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN
Oberon and Genkai High School students visiting Daiuzaifu Left to right: German language teacher Frau Ray, Oberon students Shrine to pray for their educational success. Lachie Douglass (Siemens Scholarship recipient in 2011), Stevie Nuss-Soeharto and school principal Mr Tim McMahon. 1053885-JJ45-12
Swingers: Chris Scott and Bill Mithen prepare to tee off in the Give Where You Live golf classic. Picture: JOHN CONWAY 89731 We a re Au st ra l i a n fa m i l y ow n e d a n d o p e ra te d
ONE OF Geelong’s longest-running fundraisers has attracted the cream of Geelong’s sports talent. Geelong Cats coach, Chris Scott, players Tom Hawkins and Steve Johnson and Melbourne Vixens star Tegan Caldwell will hit the fairways in an annual Give Where You Live golf classic. The capacity field for Give Where You Live’s major charity fundraiser will help build on $1 million already raised over 21 years. Organising committee chairman Gary Hill expected another successful event. “Every year has been a winner in terms of raising much-needed funds for Give Where You Live. This year should be no exception,” he said. “We estimate we will finish the day with another $80,000 for people who need it most.” The 21st annual E&S Trading Golf Classic will be at Torquay’s The Sands on November 12.
4 Drawer Low Line TV Unit
LIMITED STOCK PRE ORDER NOW
Cube Bookcases B k
for money in town!
r e n i l c e R d n E s e Featur
Various Colours Available RTA
1 CUBE ...... $29 4 CUBE ..... $65 6 CUBE ......$85 8 CUBE ..... $99 9 CUBE ... $109 6 CUBE CU $ 59 16 ...$159
wn Available in Bro
BE WE WILL NOT ICE! R BEATEN ON P
CD/DVD Rack CD
WHIRLW Corner Suite IND $
DOUBLE AVAILABLE $279
tmeg Available in Nu
SCORPIO SC CORPIO
AVAILABLE IN BLACK
Queen PVC Bed
124 CD Tower
PARIS P PA RIS
96 DVD Tower
3 Tier DVD Rack
OR DARK BR OWN
www.thefurniturespot.com.au w www.thefurnitures spot.c com.au DANDENONG
64-70 DandenongFrankston Road
291-295 Thompson Road Geelong
21 Horne St Sunbury
77 Wright Street Sunshine
11 Dunstans Court Thomastown
OPEN 7 DAYS
ckwood Available in Bla
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 11
Connecting people and communities
Page 12 Friday, 9 November, 2012
Dry times for region
VERY low rainfall characterised October in the Geelong region. The Breakwater racecourse weather station only recorded 16.2mm for the month in contrast to the long-term average of 51.3mm. Most of the area, from the Bellarine Peninsula to the Otways region, recorded less than 70 per cent of its normal rainfall as part of a state-wide phenomenon for the month. Only Birregurra, 60mm, had close to its average 65mm. Rain was recorded on only 10 days compared to the October average of 14. As well as Geelong’s ever-present rain shadow, much of the mini-drought was caused by a predominance of cold, dry air from the south and southwest and originating from Antarctic regions where sea ice has recently experienced a massive increase. A more-optimistic outlook is expected from later next month, according to private forecasters. But, despite the low result, the region’s water catchments were still at 97 per cent of capacity last week.
weather Lindsay Smail
West Barwon Reservoir was 98 per cent full and Wurdi Boluc Reservoir 99 per cent. Regardless of the dry month, Geelong’s rain is still above the normal for the year, with 550mm compared to 527mm. Average daily maximum temperatures were higher than average as well in October, due mainly to the last two days of the month when they exceeded 30C. Minimums averaged 8.2C, which equated to exactly the average for the Geelong area, factoring in the site change from the former airport monitoring site. Overall, the monthly average was .3C warmer than the long-term average.
WALK THIS WAY: TAC’s Emily Bogue, Amanda Bavin and Wendy O’Halloran in Steps for Independence training. Picture: TOMMY RITCHIE 89470
Big step for awareness
GEELONG’S keen walkers are being asked to step out with a purpose in an inaugural Steps for Independence as part of Spinal Cord Awareness week. TAC staff are supporting the fundraiser for Independence Australia’s psychology and counselling service, helping individuals and families overcome the trauma of a spinal cord injury. TAC’s Amanda Bavin said staff wanted to participate because road accidents were the most common cause of spinal cord injuries. “Geelong people commonly
take thousands of steps daily and take almost every one of them for granted,” Ms Bavin said. Walkers could register for the event online by forming a group to meet and step out on midday November 16, she said. Spinal Cord Awareness week includes Accessibility Weekend on November 17 and 18, with free entry to Geelong’s National Wool Museum and SurfWorld Torquay for people in wheelchairs and their carers. Registrations are open at stepsforindependence.com.au.
Premium quality, modern style and flexible design options
ing Now servic Geelong
1300 664 150 - www.premiumoz.com.au 91 Pakington Street, Geelong West Ph. 5221 1275 Fax. 5221 1276 2-8 Oxford Rd, Laverton North Vic 3026. Ph: 1300 664 150 - Ph: 9394 0700 Fax: 9394 0770 1339 Toorak Rd, Camberwell Vic. Ph: 9889 5566 Fax: 9889 6094 68 Beischer Street, Bendigo Vic 3550. Ph: 5442 7799 Fax: 5442 6800 531 Whitehorse Rd, Mitcham Vic 3132. Ph: 9873 3433 Fax: 9873 3444 1/841 Princes Highway, Springvale Vic 3171 Ph: 9540 3162 Fax: 9540 3192
Call Ziggy on 06 0417 434 3 or call s David Bayli 1 0 5 1 2 2 0488
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 13
club John Van Klaveren
people hang onto their cash, some don’t take risks and others do.” Dion said everyone grew up with different beliefs about money and how it should be used. “Playing Cashflow can be a bit of fun and you can take from it what you want but it’s also an opportunity to learn about different wealth strategies. “Most people don’t try things in real life because they’re afraid of doing something wrong. “But the game provides a safe environment where you can ask all those questions. “If you fail in the game the worst thing you have done is lose a game. If you do that in real life there are more serious consequences.” Dion said the game encouraged players to become more willing to try different strategies.
Outdoors In! PACEVB10062GI
Ziptrak® is available in Clear, Tint & Visionweave
Also Available as a 7 Pce $799
Shanghi 9 Pce Dining
3 Drw Bedside
3 Pce Chest Package $399
2 Dr 2 Dr Buffet 6 Drw Tallboy $249
373 Lowline TV Unit
1 Drw 2 Dr Tv Unit
374 Lowline TV Unit $549 5 Drw Buffet $499 2 Drw 2 Dr TV Unit
2 Dr Glass TV Unit
$249 Lamp Table
5 Drw Buffet $499
Conditions apply. See in store.
TRADING HOURS Mon–Fri 9:30am–5:30pm, Sat 9am–4:30pm, Sun 10am–4pm
Ph: 5222 7997
Terms & conditions apply see victoryblinds.com.au
Ph: 13 13 99 victoryblinds.com.au
Visit our new website www.larkos.com.au
241 Pakington Street VIC 3220 Showroom 9am-5pm Weekdays 9am-12pm Saturday Ph: 5241 1111
bou t ka
New & Used Furniture
“You can test what works and see other people’s strategies. Playing Cashflow can change people’s financial behaviour,” he said. The game has two versions: a 101 beginner level and 202 advanced. “The point of the game is to get out of the rat race, gaining enough money to cover expenses so you no longer need a job,” Dion said. “It tests the way you see money and challenges people on how to make that dream possible.” Dion said he was keen to attract more players because the game becomes more productive for all with greater numbers. The game, for two to six players, takes about two hours and the club provides everything for a $10 cost. The club meets on the last Thursday of every month at 6.30 pm at the South Barwon Community Centre, 33 Mt Pleasant Rd, Belmont. Dion said prospective players could phone him on 0413 386 575.
Fellmongers Rd Apparel Ct
Buckley’s Entertainment Centre
www.larkos.com.au NEW LOCATION: 42 Fellmongers Rd, Breakwater
LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS •
ANYONE who’s even been stumped by a cash flow statement or tossed aside a calculator in budgetary frustration will be at home in the Cashflow Club. The club turns the mystique of finance and investment into a game, based on the best-seller wisdom of Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki. Geelong organiser Dion Matchan said the fledgling Geelong club was like “monopoly on steroids”. The board game uses many of the items commonly used in finance and budgeting and turns them into easy-to-understand game icons. “For instance, the game sheet is a financial record, with income and expenses and a balance sheet. “It’s all based on concepts around money and wealth and teaches players financial principles. “A lot of people don’t know much about finance and budgeting, even if they have an investment property. “You play the game pretty much as you deal with money in your day-to-day life. Some
LOT’S MORE IN STORE
LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS
Club cashes in
LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS
LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS • LARKOS CASHED UP: Rhett McGuinness and Dion Matchan play Cashflow. Picture: TOMMY RITCHIE 89182
Connecting people and communities
Page 14 Friday, 9 November, 2012
5 DAYS ONLY! - MUST END MONDAY 12TH NOVEMBER
ERS T U P M O C 8 S W O D ON ALL NEW WIN Everyday
Powered by Intel® Core™ i5 processor.
Powered by Intel® Core™ i3 processor.
Compaq Presario Notebook. C7E71PA
Intel® Celeron Dual 2GB 320GB Core processor RAM HDD
Intel® HD graphics
DVD 14” burner screen
HP Pavilion Notebook. C7E74PA
$ 1GB graphics
HP Pavilion G Slim Sleekbook. C7E84PA
877 Intel® Core™
15.6” LED screen
2GB A R G PHICS
Powered by Intel® Core™ i5 processor.
Powered by Intel® Core™ i5 processor.
Toshiba Satellite Notebook. PSCC2A-00X001
AMD Dual Core 4GB E1-1200 processor RAM
Intel® Core™ i5 processor
15.6” LED screen
Intel® Core™ i5 processor
Toshiba Satellite Notebook. PSPJ5A-00S00C
Intel HD graphics
Toshiba Satellite Notebook. PSKG8A-046001
20” HP MONITOR
20”NITHOP R MO
Powered by Intel® Core™ i3 processor.
Intel Celeron Dual Core processor
Intel® HD graphics
20” HP monitor
HP Pavillion All-In-One Desktop. H3W11AA
AMD Dual Core E1-1200 processor
Buy any Windows 8
ULTRABOOK™ • LAPTOP • DESKTOP • ALL-IN-ONE
Intel® Core™ i3-3220 processor
HP Pavilion Desktop. H3V94AA/ A3M50AA
Premium Support from tech2home*2for the next 12 months
VALUED A T
33 Princes Hwy (Homemakers Centre). 5240 6200
SHOP with CONFIDENCE.
HP Pavilion Desktop. H3V90AA/A3M50AA
4420 Princes Highway, Corio. 5272 9900 Ends 12/11/12 Harvey Norman® stores are operated by independent franchisees.
Shop online or mobile: harveynorman.com.au Pick up in store or have it delivered.
*1. Premium Phone Support is offered by Tech2Home Pty Ltd A.C.N 105 020 906. It is a service contract that commences on the date of purchase as indicated on your invoice, and expires close of business 365 days later. To be used with the computer at time of purchase. PC only. Services will be carried out over the phone or remotely. For full terms and conditions please refer to www.tech2home.com.au. Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft corporation in the United States and other countries. *2. Tech2Home Pty Limited ACN 105 020 906 is an independently owned and operated entity. Trademarks embodying the words “Harvey Norman” are owned by Harvey Norman Retailing ACN 010 542 524 and used under licence by Tech2Home Pty Limited ACN 105 020 906. Available in metropolitan stores only.
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 15
WHEN YOU BUY A PARTICIPATING TV AVAILABLE IN-STORE OR ONLINE! *2
at Harvey Norman® 55”
LG (47”) 119CM FULL HIGH DEFINITION SMART LED LCD TELEVISION WITH 3D CAPABILITY.
1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, TruMotion 100, built-in Wi-Fi, DLNA, web-browsing*4, 4x HDMI, 3x USB. 47LM6410
INCLUDES 4 PAIRS OF 3D GLASSES
LG (55”) (55 ) 139CM FULL HIGH DEFINITION SMART LED LCD TELEVISION WITH 3D CAPABILITY.
1920 x 1080 resolution, Intelligent Sensor, 4x HDMI inputs, Virtual Surround Sound, TruMotion 100Hz, web browser*4, Skype*5 ready. 55LM6410
INCLUDES 6 PAIRS OF 3D GLASSES
LG (55”) 139CM FULL HIGH DEFINITION SMART LED LCD TELEVISION WITH 3D CAPABILITY.
1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, 200Hz, built-in Wi-Fi, Skype*5 ready, full web browser*4, Wi-Di (Wireless Display), Cinema 3D, 2D to 3D conversion, ‘Magic’ remote. 55LM7600
PLUS ANOTHER 3 DAZZLING DEALS FROM
LG (32”) 81CM HIGH DEFINITION TELEVISION. 32CS460
Take advantage of our easy ﬁnance option today!
SO SMART, IT’S SIMPLE
LG (42”) 106CM FULL HIGH DEFINITION LED LCD TELEVISION. 42LS4600
LG (55”) 139CM FULL HIGH DEFINITION SMART LED LCD TELEVISION. 55LS5700
50 MONTHS INTEREST FREE
SHOP with CONFIDENCE. Ends 11/11/12. Harvey Norman® stores are operated by independent franchisees.
EXTENDED until 11th Nov 2012 1054058-EP45-12
33 Princes Hwy (Homemakers Centre). 5240 6200
GEELONG 420 Princes Highway, Corio.
Shop online or mobile: harveynorman.com.au Pick up in store or have it delivered.
*1. Conditions of No Deposit, No Interest with monthly repayments until December 2016: Available to approved customers on single or multiple transactions where the amount ﬁnanced is $1,250 or more, on GO MasterCard, GO Business MasterCard, Buyer’s Edge, Gem Visa and GE CreditLine (Credit Products) between 12/10/12 and 11/11/12. Offer available on purchases from Harvey Norman franchisees (excludes Apple and Miele products). Offer available on advertised or ticketed price. This notice is given under each of the Credit Products’ Conditions of Use (as applicable), which specify all other conditions for this offer. A $25.00 Establishment Fee for GO MasterCard applies to new applications. The GO Business MasterCard attracts a $40 Annual Fee. Account Service fee of $4.95 per month applies for GO MasterCard, GE CreditLine and Buyer’s Edge, and $2.95 per month for GO Business MasterCard, and other fees and charges are payable. Credit is provided by GE Capital Finance Australia (ABN 42 008 583 588), trading as GE Money. Australian Credit Licence number 392145. *2. Bonus is by redemption from the supplier. Various postage and handling fees may be applicable in order to receive the bonus and are dependent on the supplier’s offer. Terms and conditions apply, see in store for full details. *3. Promotion valid 01/11/12 - 31/12/12. To enter the promotion, entrants must purchase a Participating Product during the Promotional Period and then either: a) Upload scanned copy of Receipt/Tax Invoice - visit www.lg.com.au/xmaspromo and follow the prompts to the promotional entry page, input the requested details and submit the fully completed entry form by 11.59pm AEDST on 25/01/13; OR b) Mail copy of Receipt/Tax Invoice - visit www.lg.com.au/xmaspromo and follow the prompts to the promotional entry page, input the requested details, and submit the fully completed entry form by 11.59pm AEDST on 25/01/13, then, print out the submitted entry form, attach to a copy of the purchase receipt/tax invoice for their Qualifying Purchase and send to: “LG TV – Christmas” Promotion, PO Box 603, Eastern Suburbs Mail Centre NSW 2004, so it is received by last mail on 31/01/13. All entries will be placed in a draw for the chance to win the Prize. The draw for the Prize will take place at 87 Egerton St, Silverwater NSW 2128 on 08/02/13 at 3pm AEDST. The winner will be notiﬁed by telephone and in writing and their name will be published in The Australian newspaper on 15/02/13. The Promoter LG Electronics Australia Pty Limited (ABN 98 064 531 264) of 2 Wonderland Drive, Eastern Creek NSW 2766, telephone 1300 542 273.Authorised under NSW Permit No. LTPS/12/8750, VIC Permit No. 12/2702, ACT Permit No. TP12/3955, SA Permit No. T12/2041. Further terms and conditions apply. See in store for full details. *4. Content features vary from model to model. Internet connection required. Data and usage charges may apply. Check your internet service provider for details. *5. Skype™ camera required. Camera sold separately.
Connecting people and communities
Page 16 Friday, 9 November, 2012
BOUQUETS to the kind person who handed in my mobile phone to a Japanese restaurant. I was relieved to get it back. AD, Belmont BUCKETS to a supermarket’s management. The fruit and vegetable department was revamped and advertised as dedicated to Australian products but the bags were made in America. Doesn’t anyone in Australia make bags? Disappointed, Grovedale BUCKETS to people who keep telling fibs. Start telling the truth and stop causing trouble. Leave us alone. Fed Up, Corio BUCKETS to a postie who delivers to the wrong street. Wake up or do something else for a living. Tony, Bell Park BUCKETS to a Geelong West café for food poisoning and bad service. I ordered lunch, ate half, began feeling sick and left. My pregnant girlfriend returned to get my money back but the manager made her feel ridiculous in front of customers. Anonymous, St Albans Park
When a baby’s on the way, it’s twice as important to get the support you need to quit smoking. Phone Quitline and ask about Quit for you Quit for two.
BOUQUETS to Karen and the Friday ladies at Buckley’s Entertainment Centre for making my birthday lunch so special. They give such excellent service and always with a smile. Pam And Table 30, East Geelong
They can help you beat the cravings, with tips like these: • Delay:
Delay for a few minutes – the urge will pass
• Deep breathe:
Breathe slowly and deeply
BOUQUETS to Earlys Mattress Service’s Pete for good old-fashioned service with a smile and for removing dust mites from my mattress. I now sleep well. Denise, Corio
• Do something else: Ring a friend or practise your prenatal exercises • Drink water:
BOUQUETS to Gunner for sharing the low-down (Buckets and Bouquets, November 2). You’re a brave boy. Where there are rabbits there’s trouble! All the best for a full recovery. Do take more care in the future - the Moorabool Valley is a rugged pitch. Melva Stott, Anglesea
Take ‘time out’ and sip slowly
When you choose to quit, you lower the risk of: • miscarriage • premature labour • ectopic pregnancy • SIDS And you’ll save money.
BOUQUETS to Custom Companion’s Deb. Her compassion, expertise and knowledge when helping with a dog’s attitude was amazing. Her assistance was more than we expected, especially with such an emotional attachment to Missy May. Jennifer, North Geelong
Write to us… Mail: PO Box 407, Geelong, 3220 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 5229 4766
Download the free app Go to the App Store or Android Market now to download
GAWS claims fly
Quit for you Quit for two for free.
Authorised by the Australian Government, Capital Hill, Canberra
GEELONG Animal Welfare Society will lock media out of a meeting at which it plans to expel up to a dozen life members and former directors. Legal letters have told targeted members they face alleged breaches of society rules including negligence, mishandling, cruelty, poor practice, abusing animals about to be euthanased, killing some in front of other animals, sedative overdoses and inadequate record-keeping. Other accusations relate to legal and compliance requirements and to management issues. A spokesman for the members facing expulsion said the GAWS action was in bad faith. The spokesman said the “headline allegations” failed to specify instances, conduct, persons, standards or alleged breaches. He challenged the society over its media “trepidation”. The meeting is scheduled for November 23 at an as-yet unspecified venue.
Life Before the Dinosaurs Presenting the bizarre creatures of the Permian NOW SHOWING Open Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.00pm, Sat & Sun 10.00am-5.00pm Adults $7.50, Conc $6, Child $4, Family $25 26 Moorabool Street, Geelong Tel: 03 5272 4701 www.nwm.vic.gov.au
U n t i l 2ndd D e c em mber
national wool museum
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 17
Letters Fund solar panels
Bills keep rising
Big spend on roads
LEIGH Adamson (letters 2/11/12) believes the uptake of solar panels is “a quiet revolution that will usher in a future without dirty coal-burning power stations”. Every home in Australia should have solar panels funded by the carbon tax, which would possibly achieve more than a pension increase. This would also help save our farmland from coal mining, although most coal is exported. The ALP should support an export industry in solar panels instead of coal to stop the destruction of farm land by coal mining for the sake of future generations. Kevin Guinane Cheringhap
I AM amused whenever I read letters the virtues of installing solar panels and how they could cut power bills to nothing. I am reminded every three months just how efficient we have all been in cutting back our water use and how we are now not paying so much for our water. Pity how the other costs have gone up, though, so our total water bills are no cheaper. Are people stupid? If we cut back on electricity from the mains do we think the power companies will cut all the other costs? They still have to provide and maintain the power line infrastructure and guess who’s going to keep paying for that. Take another look at your next Barwon Water bill and weep. T Pope, Whittington
THE lack of road maintenance under the previous Labor government has meant underlying issues with the condition of Victorian roads were not exposed during nearly a decade of drought. After a number of major floods and two years of wetter-than-normal weather there has been far greater road maintenance required than anticipated, so we’ve directed another $45 million in fixing the problems. This takes the Victorian Coalition Government’s Road Asset Management budget for 2012/2013 to $432.9 million - more than Labor ever provided in a year. We will target roads where repair is needed most. Ted Baillieu, Premier of Victoria
Write to us: PO Box 407, Geelong, 3220 Email: email@example.com
Nice lights, shame about transport AS Kardinia Park’s Simmonds Stadium prepares for its first historic night match of the 2013 AFL season one dark question still lingers. How will fans get home after the match if there is no public transport on a Saturday night? Benders and McHarry’s bus services do not run on Saturday nights, V/Line’s last train into Melbourne is
at 10.25pm from South Geelong Station and hailing a taxi is hard enough as it is. What should be a historic night for Geelong Football Club could become a catastrophic night for many Cats fans when they cannot access public transport. Billy Deikos Grovedale
Ministry of Food’s light relief People with many years of cooking experience are also learning and practicing new skills in this excellent brand-new Geelong facility. What a win for Geelong people to have this opportunity, one of only two so far established in Australia as part of the fight against obesity. Thanks to Jamie, his team of professional cooking teachers and those many volunteers who assist in running the classes. Peter Cowden Clifton Springs
AMID the gloom of Geelong’s economic news, a chink of light has suddenly appeared in the form of Jamie’s Ministry of Food. People of all ages can now receive cooking tuition for a reasonable cost, using first-class facilities while also gaining invaluable knowledge about health and food safety issues. Located in downtown Moorabool St, a wide range of people from teenagers to senior citizens - such as myself - who are eager to improve their cooking skills are loving it.
Sat, 24 Nov Lakeside - Lara Lifestyle Village is underway with 5 stylish display homes now open for your inspection, including our brand new design, The Arden. Come and see why Lara will set a new benchmark in lifestyle village living:
Bunny bullies down on the farmer MY wife and I own a small farm at Freshwater Creek, which is a great place to live but for the past few years has had rabbits in plague proportions. With our closest neighbours we tried to thin them out with some success. Then in January authorities took a hand with a dedicated plan for all landowners on the Thompson Creek to eradicate rabbits. Unfortunately, overseeing the plan was Department of primary Industries (DPI). Officers handed out management plans to some and not others. The plan was doomed to failure immediately because only a few landowners were targeted. The notices were impossible to fulfil, as DPI well knew, and many of us were fined. Many chose to go to court.
My wife and I worked 208 hours on our management notice and were still fined. Representation to the Primary Industries Minister was answered devoid of compassion and understanding. Pleas by affected landowners have been disregarded. All of us have been intimidated, threatened, bullied and fined by DPI officers, while State Government is raising revenue. I am so disappointed with the Government’s performance on this and other issues confronting Victorians that I put a notice in a newspaper last month inviting voters to create a vote of no confidence in State Government and to bring about its instant dismissal. Harry S Cook Freshwater Creek
• • • • • •
Outdoor Blinds 25% Off
SECURE A HOME & LANDSCAPING PACKAGE IN STAGE 1 WITH NO DEPOSIT & SAVE $10,000
LAKESIDE-LARA OPEN DAY AND SAUSAGE SIZZLE
outdoor living all year round
11am – 3pm, Saturday, 24 November 2012. To attend, just RSVP Arlene on 1300 45 55 65
Alfresco / Bistro / Cafè Blinds
T AT W
ARCHIMED ES AVE
s %NJOY YOUR OUTDOOR SPACE s 7ITHSTAND WINDS UP TO +NOTS s 1UALITY !USTRALIAN -ADE s #USTOM $ESIGNED )NSTALLED s %XCLUSIVE "OTTOM ,OCKING 2AIL .O 3TRAPS s (EAVY $UTY -ARINE 'RADE -ATERIAL s 4HREE 9EAR 7ARRANTY s )DEAL FOR ENCLOSING !LFRESCO 0ERGOLA 0ATIO 6ERANDAH AREAS
25,000 FAMILIES ARE HOMELESS YOUR DONATION GIVES THEM
Stylish homes from $155,000 World class resort-style facilities Gated Village with video security Close to local shops, services, beach and train 15km from Geelong, 45 minutes from Melbourne Affordable management fees
40 Watt Street, Lara, Vic
DISPLAY HOMES NOW OPEN To view, call in between 10am & 4pm, Saturday – Wednesday or make an appointment for a time that suits you.
eat r G s k o o L l u f r e d n o Feels W Geelong 5222 7699 21 West Fyans Street, Newtown 1051282-KG42-12
Call now for a FREE APPRAISAL Join the Lifestyle Generation
Connecting people and communities
Page 18 Friday, 9 November, 2012
2012 PROUD WINNERS OF ƔBest Family Club ƔBest Regional Club Bistro ƔBest Club Website Large playground & kids room – with a clown to keep the kids entertained every Saturday night! Kitchen opens at 5.30pm – till late.
Newly renovated function Room – perfect for birthdays, engagement parties, weddings, conferences and more.
The Sensational 70’s & 80’s show – Friday 7th December A great night out with friends, perfect for a Christmas party or work break-up. AJPNA IAJP NP=EJ "JPA >AN HAUO I PD !A?A
ƔOn Monday's get a Free kids slushie with every kids meal purchased
S U L P
ƔNew Light Lunch Menu ƔLive entertainment in the bar every Friday & Saturday Night ƔRaffles every Thursday & Friday Nights ƔFree Courtesy Bus available!
Check our website at www.buckleys.com.au or ‘Like’ us on Facebook to find out more of what’s happening at Buckley’s...
Book now for Christmas Lunch or Dinner! Chips, Nuts & Pretzels Entreé Pumpkin Soup Traditional Prawn Cocktail Pork Belly with bbq plum marinade & Asian greens
Adults $72 Kids 4-12y $25 Main Trio of Roast’s (Turkey, Beef & Ham) served with roast potato, roast pumpkin, cauliflower & broccoli Mornay, peas & corn, gravy & accompaniments
Dessert Plum Pudding with brandy sauce & cream Fresh Fruit Salad
Freshly brewed Tea & Coffee with after dinner mints.
54 Fellmongers Road, Breakwater 3219 03 5248 4866
Connecting people and communities
Page 28 Friday, 9 November, 2012
FinallyFriday Finally Friday ❯❯ Live Music, Dining, Cinema,
Television, Events, Activities, Theatre
’80s enough for ‘retro’ rockers By CHERIE DONNELLAN
Blasts from past: Absolutely 80s’ ™ Dale Ryder, Brian Mannix and Scott Carne.
EIGHTIES pop singer Scott Carne is promising Geelong a wave of “real hair” and “real music” this months. The frontman of former Australian group Kids in the Kitchen will line up with other legends of Australian rock in his Absolutely 80s “musical extravaganza”. Carne will be joined on stage at Deakin University’s Waterfront Cafe by fellow ’80s icons Brian Mannix, of Uncanny X-Men and Boom Crash Opera’s Dale Ryder. Kids in the Kitchen had Australian hits with singles such as Bitter Desire, Boom Crash Opera had its own share of fame with songs including Onion Skin and several Uncanny X-Men tracks charted highly, including Everybody Wants to Work and 40 Years. Carne said the audience at the November 18 show would end up “blissfully stuck in the ’80s time machine”. “We’re recreating the sound and the experience of the ‘80s as opposed to performing an unplugged version,” Carne explained. “We’re being true to the music. Eighties music doesn’t translate if you’re trying to do a different version because it’s all keyboards and big production. “You’ve got to do the real thing.”
Carne said the “retro” appeal of the ’80s also brought Gen Y audiences to the show but it was still “a lot of fun for people who grew up with us”. He chuckled remembering how the singers’ older fan base “go mad” at their shows. “They get right up the front and are dancing the whole time,” Carne said enthusiastically. “It’s awesome for us – we feel like Manpower but without the abs.” Carne said he Mannix and Ryder enjoyed “taking the mickey” out of one another on stage. “I think we’re funnier and taking ourselves less seriously these days but we’re still serious about putting on a good show.” Carne called Mannix a “naughty boy” for instigating much of the on-stage humour and “shenanigans”, although each performer brought their own wit to the show. He was keen to point out that the show would not “belittle” the ‘80s. “I think being able to do these shows has made us appreciate our careers even more. “It’s a situation where we get to stand back from our heyday careers and remember it and relive the fun side of performing – without the dodgy managers,” he joked.
l e t o H y a Gatew
w w w.th eg at ew ay ho te l.c om .a uCAL LO LIVE AT YOUR LOCAL.COM.AU WW W.LIVEATYOUR
PRICES START FROM $27
PRICES START FROM $32
SHOW AND LUNCH FROM $32.50
BOOK NOW $79.50
Morning Melodies - Thursday November 29 - Ron Sudden
ALL YOU CAN EAT BUFFET Gateway Hotel 218-230 Princes Hwy, Corio. Ph: 5275 1091
Geelong’s Newest Entertainment Venue!
Accommodation • Function Room • Kids Indoor Playroom
Connecting people and communities
FinallyFriday Finally Friday
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 29
❯❯ Around Town Advertising feature
w w w. s p h i n x h o t e l . c o m . a u • PHAROAHS BISTRO • TAB/SPORTS BAR •
UPCOMING SHOWS LADYMARMALADE
BUY ONE MEAL GET ONE FOR HALF PRICE
AUSTRALIA’S HOTTEST BURLESQUE ROCK SHOW FEATURING SUSI TATE
Purchase one main meal from our menu and receive a second meal of equal or lesser value for half price. Conditions Please present this coupon to redeem offer Evenings only from 5.30pm - 8.30pm Not valid with specials or any other offers.
VALID UNTIL: 16/11/12
SAT 10 NOV IN THE CAZBAR
CLUB CATS, SIMONDS STADIUM Entry Via Kilgour Street
PH: 5225 2355
Ian Date will reunite with fellow jazz legend George Washingmachine at Queenscliff this weekend.
A Date with jazz legends
Wendy Stapleton GE EL ON G co
Grace Geelo ng’s Paul e and Sarah Moor
The event will feature plenty of hot gypsy music in the Django Reinhardt/ Stephan Grappelli style with famous quintet Hot Club of France, which will also play a little swing as part of its classic jazz repertoire. The group’s performances are always entertaining. As the final Jazz Australia event for 2012, the doors will open 5.30pm before the music starts at 6pm. The entry price of $50 includes delicious finger food, while drinks will be available at below bar prices. Patrons can make payment by cheque or bank transfer to CBA Hawthorn 063 138 1001 3193 Queenscliff Uniting Church is a beneficiary of the event. Table bookings are available by phoning Diana Allen at Jazz Australia on 5258 3936.
a da y at the LOCA L NINE- PAGE S OF FASH IONS SPRIN G RACI NG
GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS !!!
SAT 8 DEC
SAT 1 DEC
Local riders spring into cyclin g
SPRING 2012 AUS $5.50 (inc GST)
GLITTER GANG DINNER SHOW - SAT 15 DEC
availableand culture n’s truly unique style regioat RM and capture our all good we exist to excite, INFO newsagents
Summer edition bookings phone Marie 5249 6717 0448 507 798
GLITTER GANG NEW YEARS EVE CHRISTMAS FUNCTIONS BOOKINGS NOW TAKEN FOR DINNER & SHOWS! Open 7 Days 8.30am-4.30am
Phone: 5278 2911
A JAZZ Australia soiree at Queenscliff on Sunday will reunite two legends of the genre. Celebrated jazz violinist George Washingmachine will reunite with long-time musical collaborator and guitarist Ian Date. Both musicians had a high-profile partnership at jazz festivals throughout Australia, Europe and Asia for many years along with regular appearances on The Ray Martin Show. Their collaboration ended when Date migrated to Ireland in 2002. Since then they have rarely crossed paths, so the Queensland show will be a joyous occasion. Washingmachine will fly in from Sydney to join Ian Date and his brother, Nigel, on second guitar, along with Melbourne bassist Howard Cairns, for the show in Queenscliff’s Uniting Church.
Debra Byrne Nikki Nicholls
SAT 17 NOV QUEEN TRIBUTE SHOW
2 Thompson Rd, North Geelong
READING CINEMAS WAURN PONDS, PRINCES HWY PH: 5249 2800 READINGCINEMAS.COM.AU NOW SHOWING
GIVES ONE OF THE
90 Y STARRING GEOFF KENNEDER 6:30 TE SHOW 2 ATTRI BUPM 201ED
th EMB EMBER AY 9 OF NOV REM SHOW $35.00 DANCE AND TRIBUTE TWO COURSE DINNER IAL ESSENT GS BER BOO 2012 AT 6.30PM VEM NOKIN
FRIDER AND IN A TOGETH
ELVIS AND TOM JONES
FRIDAY 9TH OF SHOW $35.00 DANCE AND TRIBUTE TWO COURSE DINNEROKINGS ESSENTIAL BO
515 Bellarine Hwy, Moolap Ph: 5250 2349 web: www.clubitalia.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EVERY SUNDAY: Meal, Live Band & Dancing from 6pm. Visitors welcome 1053865-JL45-12
59 12 12
OPEN 7 DAYS
MATT GOLDBERG, COLLIDER.COM
5248 8777 5 54 Fellmongers Rd, Breakwater 7 31 62
3D DREDD (MA15+) DAILY: 2.10 NO FREE TIX
BRAVEST AND BEST PERFORMANCES OF HER CARREER"
SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS (MA 15+) NO FREE TIX FRI MON - WED: 11.00 1.20 3.45 6.30 8.50 SAT SUN: 1.20 3.45 6.30 8.50 ALEX CROSS (M) NO FREE TIX DAILY: 11.20 1.45 6.45 9.00 THE SESSIONS (MA 15+) NO FREE TIX DAILY: 11.30* 1.40* 7.00* 9.05* HOUSOS VS AUTHORITY (MA 15+) DAILY: 3.50 8.40 BACHELORETTE (MA 15+) NO FREE TIX DAILY: 11.00 3.30 6.30
END OF WATCH (MA 15+) NO FREE TIX DAILY: 11.10 4.10 6.30 ARGO (M) DAILY: 10.55 1.30 6.20 8.45 TAKEN 2 (M) FRI MON TUE: 1.30 4.15 9.10 SAT SUN: 4.15 9.10 WED: 1.30 4.15 PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4 (M) DAILY: 1.10 4.30 9.10 TO ROME WITH LOVE (M) DAILY: 11.45 6.15 SAVAGES (MA 15+) DAILY: 4.00 8.35 THE INTOUCHABLES (M) DAILY: 11.15 2.00 6.50 FRANKENWEENIE (PG) DAILY: 4.20 1054007-KG46-12
MIDNIGHT SCREENING TWILIGHT: BREAKING DAWN PT 2 (M) WEDNESDAY MIDNIGHT ALL TICKETS $10 TWILIGHT: BREAKING DAWN PT 1 (M) WED: 9.30PM ADULTS AT KIDS’ PRICES HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA (PG) SAT SUN: 11.00 MADAGASCAR 3 (PG) SAT SUN: 1.50
* CLOSED CAPTIONS AVAILABLE
Connecting people and communities
Page 30 Friday, 9 November, 2012 ADVERTISEMENT
Tuckers to host advice sessions
Bucks parties, functions, birthdays, work break-ups and Christmas parties.
THURS 3RNHU REG BY 7.30PM | FRI & SAT 0HJD6WULS @ MIDNIGHT
BOOK NOW TO RECEIVE A FREE FUNCTION UPGRADE TRADING HOURS: Thurs 7pm–3am, Fri & Sat 7pm–5am
28 Little Ryrie St, Geelong (03) 5221 8439 email: email@example.com S E X U A L LY E X P L I C I T E N T E R TA I N M E N T M AY O F F E N D
Like us on Facebook THE ALLEYCAT MENS CLUB
Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Services’ Michele Van Liessum. “We understand that when planning ahead it can be hard to know where to start. “We can answer your questions and provide obligation-free information about different options to help people find the right product when planning ahead.” The information sessions will be at: Tuckers Funeral Chapel, Grovedale, 10.30am to midday November 12 and 2pm to 4pm November 13; Les Cole Funeral
Chapel, Geelong West, 4pm to 5.30pm November 14; Tuckers Funeral Chapel, Grovedale, 7pm to 9pm November 15; and Tuckers Funeral Chapel, Lara, 11am to 12.30pm November 16. Refreshments will be provided. More information is available at tuckers.com.au or by phoning Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service on 5221 4788.
It’s really all happening @ The Shell Club
AN AUSTRALIAN Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) study has discovered that Australian consumers lack understanding of the products they buy when planning ahead for funerals. The research suggested that people would settle with the first product they came across instead of looking at value for money or taking long-term costs into account. Funeral insurance seems to be the main discussion point when planning ahead but not for good reason. Consumer group Choice described funeral insurance as “junk insurance”, noting that premiums can add up to several times the benefit families receive. However, other options are available, with Choice describing pre-paid funerals and funeral bonds as “smarter alternatives”. Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service will open its doors at various locations around Geelong from November 12 to 16 to help educate the community on the alternatives. Tuckers will provide free information about funeral plans, with talks covering topics such as pre-paid funerals, funeral bonds, general information about the funeral care process in Victoria and details on the company’s services they provide. Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service’s Michele Van Liessum said the business has been serving the community for over 125 years.
Monday Night “World of Parmas” $15.00 • Chicken or veal • Italian (Traditional) • Hawaiian • Mexican • Greek • Aussie • Sicilian • Bologna • Atlantis
Family Tuesday Night Feed the Family for $40.00 Bring in this ad to recieve a comlimentary Garlic Bread offer valid til 31/12/12.
Wednesday Night “Sizzling Steak Wednesday”
The Shell Club
5275 4061 Purnell Road, Corio www.shellclub.com.au
Featuring: • New York Cut Porterhouse • T-Bone • Angus Rump • Shell Club Monster 700g Rump Including a Choice of: • Fried Onion Rings • Pepper Sauce • Garlic Shrimp Sauce • Dianne Sauce • Mushroom Sauce
~ EVERY SUNDAY ~
888 POKER Registration from 1pm with game starting at 2pm
CASH PRIZES TO BE WON
SAT 1ST DEC TASTE OF TAMWORTH SHOW have your
Christmas breakup night at the Shell Club! 70’s
Menu Mains Christmas Roast Medley of Turkey, Champagne Ham & Succulent Pork Served with Roast Vegetables and all the trimmings
Dessert White Forest Cheesecake with raspberry coulis & double cream or Lemon Tart with blueberries, double cream & chocolate shards Desserts served alternately
15th December The band playing on the night are “Yellow” who are a two piece band that play music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s and contemporary. So, weather you are a large or a small group, come and enjoy our fun night out. Cost per head $32.00 including entertainment. Bookings essential, phone: 5275 4061.
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 31
Community Calendar DINNER - Catholic Diners’ Club Geelong seeks new members. Meets second Tuesday of month at Dromoland House. Cost $28. Enquiries 5221 7339. ART - Tim Pescott’s exhibition, A Mariner’s View of Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, 11am4pm Tuesday to Friday Art is…Gallery, Level 1, 64 Malop St, Geelong. Enquiries 0428 954 814. DANCE - E.motion21 dance group for children and youth with Down Syndrome seeks volunteers for Monday night classes. Contact 0400 266 935 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday HISTORY - Steiglitz Historical Society open day 11am-3pm at former St Thomas’ Church, Meredith Rd. Artefact collection, historic photos. Enquiries 5330 1357. DANCE - Social ballroom dancing 8-11.30pm at Geelong Ballroom, Bayview Pde, Hamlyn Heights. Entry $7. Also Monday 7.30-10.30pm Enquiries 5282 1813 or 5281 1312. MARKET - Ashby Primary School market day 10am-2pm Lawton Ave, Geelong West. Handmade, vintage, sustainable, unique, cakes and tasty treats. CHARITY - Tricore Matrix’s Do it for the Kids 2012 fundraiser for Kids Under Cover at Fred Flanagan Room, Simonds Stadium. Tickets $115 includes three-course meal, drinks, entertainment. Enquiries 1300 874 661 or email@example.com DANCING - Old-time dance 8pm-midnight at Leopold Hall. Music by New Ritz. Entry $8 includes supper, tea and coffee. Enquiries 5250 1333. BONSAI - Geelong Bonsai Show 9am-8pm at Geelong Masonic Centre, Regent St, Belmont. Adults $4, concession $3. Also 9am-4pm Sunday. DANCING - 8pm-midnight. Entry $8 includes supper. Under-16s free. Enquiries 5248 0338. JEWELLERY - Gem, crystal and jewellery show 10am-5pm at Vines Rd Community Centre, Hamlyn Heights. Adults $4, children free with an adult. Also Sunday. Enquiries 0411 055 297 or 0428 303 160.
Sunday SERVICE - Divine service 3pm Geelong Christian Spiritual Church, 10 St Albans Rd. Reiki healing 7pm Tuesday $5. Spiritual development class 7.30pm Thursday $3. Enquiries 5248 4936. FILM - Films Miss Potter and Around the Bellarine 1.30pm to raise money for Geelong Animal Welfare Society. Costs $15 TENNIS - Moolap Tennis Club 75th anniversary 1.30pm. Enquiries 5251 3002. SAILING - Discover sailing day at Royal Geelong Yacht Club. Enquiries 9036 6900, 0404 733 890 or firstname.lastname@example.org GARDEN - Geelong Hydroponic Gardening
meets 9.30am Geelong Botanic Gardens meeting room, gate two off Holt Rd. Enquiries 5250 3952. REMEMBRANCE - Remembrance Day service 10.45am Barwon Heads Community Hall, with Barwon Heads Primary School students. Enquiries 0409 432 331 or email@example.com
Monday MEDICINE - Workshop on managing common childhood issues with natural medicines with naturopath Janine Castle 6.30-9pm at Newtown. Bookings 5221 9121 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday FOOD - Food swap 9-10.30am at Urban Bean Cafe, Labuan Square, Forster St, Norlane. Enquiries 5275 4415. HEALTH - GRACE support group for breast and gynaecological cancer meets at St John of God Clancy House. Speaker Mr Peter Callan. Enquiries email@example.com
Wednesday DANCE - Social ballroom dancing with The Dancers Club 7.30-10.30pm at Leopold Public Hall. Enquiries 5243 5306. CEMETERIES - Geelong Cemeteries Trust Bellarine Peninsula public meeting 7pm Springdale Neighbourhood Centre, High St, Drysdale. RSVP 5221 1077. SINGING - Bay City Conchords Men’s Barbershop Chorus meets 7-9.30pm at St Andrews Church Hall, East Geelong. Enquiries 5281 7287.
Thursday MEDITATION - Meditation and philosophy discussion group 10am-midday at TOPS, 18 Price St, Torquay. Entry by gold coin. Enquiries 5264 7484. DANCE - Life Activities Club Geelong 2.304.30pm Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Rd, Belmont. $5. Enquiries 5251 3529. PHILOSOPHY - Philosophy Cafe 2-4.30pm at Pear Tree Cafe, Torquay. Enquiries 5264 7484. DANCING - Ballroom 7.30-10.30pm at Leopold Sportsman’s Club, Kensington Rd. Entry $3. Enquiries 5250 4235. EXHIBITION - Bellarine Living and Learning Centre Aboriginal art and culture exhibition 2-4pm at 20 Worden Court, Whittington.
Big Waterfront Concert featuring
The Three Pairs Chris Wilson & Sarah Carroll Jeff Raglus & Vicki Philipp Dave Steel & Tiffany Eckhardt
Dainn tchieng lantern Streets! Thpafearturaingde
e Tides of Welcome Choir & Deaf Arts Network:
The er Bell Rainrgd Aw g street Poetry in din for outstan nce Motion rm perfo a
Roving street performers! All weekend
Stunning portable artspace
with workshops, performances and art exhibitions
Geelong Adrt Reveanalel Wool at the Natio Museum
A free weekend celebration of music, performing arts, visual arts and dance focused on Geelong’s inner city and waterfront.
Friday FILM - Clifton Springs Primary School drive-in screening of Madagascar 3 dusk Jetty Rd. Cars $25. Tickets from school office. Enquiries 5253 3137. FAIR - Fair 4-7pm at Northern Bay College Tallis St campus. Food, Harley rides, jumping castle, market stalls, car boot sale. Enquiries 5275 1359.
AT GEELONG RSL
You don’t have to be a member to come here and enjoy our services. But it is so easy to become a member and the discounts are great! E.G. 50 cents off a pot! Ask the manager (Chris) how to join up or any one of our friendly staff Tuesday Nights Steak Night. 250g Scotch Fillet
Wednesdays Nights Pot and Parmi Night
Sunday Afternoon Jazz 5.30 - 8.30pm October 7 Maryborough Traditional Jazz $10 cover charge - includes a $5 voucher
Friday 16th November
e! r e h t u See y o UPCOMING SHOWS
• Hypnotist (Bizzare Gazz ard) 7th December - as seen on the footy show, $40 Meal & Show • Rubber Soul - Beatles Tribute Band 16th February- $40 Meal & Show • The Grasshopper Chris tmas Breakout Concer t 2nd December - Book now!
Chris i tm t as Mega Draw 10th December
Giveaways of over $4000 worth of prizes to all financial Members
50 Barwon Heads Rd, Belmont Ph 5241 1766 www.geelongrsl.com.au
Connecting people and communities
Page 32 Friday, 9 November, 2012
FinallyFriday Finally Friday
❯❯ Television Guide Friday 9
LETTERBOX DISTRIBUTION ABC
ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS TODAY! ContactColin us today onon Contact today
1300 654 343 910 0400 922
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP
Y A R NOW OPEN D 7 DAYS Z DINING HOTEL
Lunch 12 - 2pm Dinner 6 - 8.30pm
NOW SHOWING: New Daily Specials in Bar Start @ $12 Like us on
len Meet He & e m o C ner) (new ow Kate to & Say Hi
77 Church St, Geelong West
t 5278 7257
This week’s winner
FIND US ON facebook.com/GeelongIndependent
Band - Santa - Live - Raffles r Book Early fo 3 Xmas Dinner courses @ the Yardz
Dec 2 Yardz Xmas Party
READER’S RECIPE INGREDIENTS
> 2 cups grated matured cheese > 2 tablespoons cornflour > 1 cup milk > Salt & pepper
6:00 rage (G) 10:30 rage Guest Programmer: Lanie Lane 11:30 7.30 [s] 12:00 Foreign Correspondent (PG) [s] 1:00 Australian Story [s] 1:30 Eggheads [s] 2:00 Movie: “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” (PG) (ʼ62) Stars: John Wayne 4:00 Basketball: WNBL: Logan Vs West Coast 5:00 Football: W-League: Adelaide Vs Brisbane 6:00 Saturday Landline [s] 6:30 Gardening Australia [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Doctor Martin (PG) [s] – Doc Martin has a patient catastrophe on his journey back home from London. 8:20 Kingdom (PG) [s] – Judge Harding visits Peterʼs office; heʼs being blackmailed. 9:05 Sinbad (M v) [s] – The crew are hired to transport a professor and her mysterious giant egg which hatches a snake-demon. 9:55 The Jonathan Ross Show (M) 10:40 Waking The Dead: Wren Boys (M v) 11:30 rage Guest Programmer: Lanie Lane (MA15+l,d,h,n,s,v) 4:00 rage (MA15+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 [s] 11:00 The 2012 Melbourne Cup Carnival: Emirates Stake Day *Live 5:30 To Be Announced 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 The Family Movie: “The Incredibles” (PG v,a) (ʼ04) Stars: Holly Hunter 9:00 The Saturday Movie: “Casino Royale” (M v) (ʼ06) – With two professional assassinations in quick succession, he is elevated to ʻ00ʼ status. With his brand-new license to kill in hand, Bond tracks the infamous Le Chiffre, a man suspected to be the worldʼs biggest banker for terrorist organisations. Stars: Daniel Craig 12:00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians: Helping Hand (M) 12:30 Special: Australiaʼs Endangered Species 2:30 House Calls To The Rescue 3:30 It Is Written Oceania (PG) 4:00 Home Shopping 5:00 Beyond Tomorrow [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today Saturday 10:00 Gilliganʼs Island 10:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa: Day 2 - AM Session – From the GABBA. 1:00 The Cricket Show [s] 1:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa: Day 2 - PM Session 6:00 National News Saturday [s] 6:30 Australiaʼs Funniest Home Videos 7:40 Movie: “Cats & Dogs 2: Tinkleʼs Revenge” (G) (ʼ05) Stars: Bette Midler 9:25 Movie: “Takers” (M v,l) (ʼ10) – A seasoned team of bank robbers successfully complete their latest heist and lead a life of luxury while planning their next job. But their multi-million dollar plan is interrupted by a reckless cop who inches closer to apprehending them. Stars: Chris Brown & Paul Walker 11:40 Late Movie: “Other Peoples Money” (M l) (ʼ91) Stars: Danny De Vito 1:35 Late Late Movie: “Cross Of Iron” (MA15+v,l) (ʼ78) Stars: James Coburn. 4:05 Danoz 4:30 MCD 6:00 Totally Australia: Handle With Care 7:00 Childrenʼs Programs [s] 8:30 Totally Wild [s] 9:00 Scope: Geology [s] 9:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:00 The Hot30 Countdown (PG) [s] 12:00 RADAR (PG l,s,a) 12:30 The Living Room (PG) [s] 1:30 Australasian Safari 2012 2:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen On Tour [s] 3:00 Yes Chef [s] 3:30 A Taste Of Travel [s] 4:00 Love To Share Food [s] 5:00 Ten News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: How Munched Is That Birdie In The Window (PG) 6:30 David Attenboroughʼs: The Life Of Mammals (PG) [s] 7:30 Steve Irwinʼs Wildlife Warriors (PG) [s] 8:00 Bondi Vet (PG a) 8:30 The Graham Norton Show (M s,l) 9:30 Movie: “Scumbus” (M v,a) (ʼ12) – After crashing their Police car into a restaurant, two constables are given the worst duty of all, they must man the Scumbus. Stars: Toby Truslove 11:10 Late Night Movie: “The Robber Bride” (M v,a) (ʼ07) Stars: Courtney Fitzpatrick 1:00 48 Hours (M a) 2:00 Infomercials 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Masterpiece: Luisa Fernanda 2:50 Masterpiece: The Chopin Etudes 2:55 Masterpiece: Produced by George Martin (PG) 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:35 Rex in Rome (PG) 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 James Mayʼs Toy Stories: Scalextric [s] – James May and 350 volunteers build a world record beating Scalextric track on the worldʼs first racetrack - Brooklands in Surrey, England. 8:30 Blackout [s] – When council official Daniel Demoys wakes from an alcoholic blackout to find he has beaten a man to within an inch of his life, he begins a dramatic quest for redemption. 9:30 The Red Riding Trilogy: 1974 (MA15+a,v,l) – Set in Yorkshire against the backdrop of the Yorkshire Ripper murders - a tale of the time and the rampant police corruption that marred it. 10:50 Movie: “20th Century Boys” (MA15+v) (ʼ08) (In Japanese) 1:25 Drawn Together: Super Nanny (MA15+a,s,v) / Terms of Endearment (MA15+a,s) 2:20 Weatherwatch Overnight
6:00 rage 6:30 Childrenʼs Programs 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Inside Business [s] 10:30 Offsiders [s] 11:00 Remembrance Day [s] 11:02 Asia Pacific Focus [s] 11:30 Songs Of Praise 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Gardening Australia 1:30 Travel Oz [s] 2:00 Sinbad (PG) [s] 2:45 At The Movies: Short Cuts 3:00 Kids With Cameras [s] 4:00 Not A Willing Participant [s] 4:30 First Tuesday Book Club: November 5:00 An African Journey With Jonathan Dimbleby (PG) [s] 6:00 Auction Room [s] 6:30 Compass: Divine Women - Part 4 (PG) 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Michael Palinʼs Brazil [s] 8:30 Devilʼs Dust (M l) [s] 10:00 The Slap: Rosie (M l,n,s) [s] 10:55 Strike Back (M a,s,l,v) 11:40 Movie: “The Virgin Soldiers” (M v,s) (ʼ70) Stars: Lynn Redgrave 1:15 Movie: “Shall We Dance” (PG) (ʼ37) Stars: Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire 3:05 rage (M a,l,d,n,s,h,v) 4:00 The New Inventors [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) 11:00 Kochieʼs Business Builders [s] 11:30 Fat Family Diet (PG a) 12:30 Anne Of Green Gables - The Sequel 3:00 Anne Of Green Gables - The Continuing Story (PG) 5:00 The Great Outdoors [s] 5:30 Coxyʼs Big Break 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Sunday Night [s] 7:30 Border Security - Australiaʼs Front Line (PG) – Features a few British passengers in some tricky situations. 8:00 Air Ways (PG) 8:30 Bones: The Method in the Madness (M) [s] – The Jeffersonian team investigates the death of a woman whose body was found mutilated and discarded in a city garbage can. 9:30 Killing Time (MA15+s,d,a,l) – Detective Strawhorn is intent on bringing Fraser to justice. 11:30 Strike Back (MA15+v,s,l) 12:30 France: Soaring With The Senses 1:30 Room For Improvement 2:00 Home Shopping 3:00 NBC Today [s] 4:00 NBC Meet The Press [s] 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Gilliganʼs Island 10:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa: Day 3 1:00 The Cricket Show [s] 1:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa 6:00 National News - Sunday [s] 6:30 Program To Be Advised 7:30 60 Minutes [s] 8:30 Hamish And Andyʼs Caravan Of Courage: Australia v New Zealand (PG) 8:00 60 Minutes [s] 9:00 Movie: “The Social Network” (M l) (ʼ10) – Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg creates the social networking website that would become known as Facebook, but is later sued by two brothers who claimed he stole their idea. Stars: Jesse Eisenberg & Andrew Garfield 11:30 Southland: Community (M v,l) 12:30 What Would You Do? (M) 1:30 Spyforce: The Forgers (PG) 2:00 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 2:35 Trivita 3:00 MCD 3:30 Danoz 4:00 Good Morning America (PG) 6:00 Religious Programs 6:30 Totally Wild [s] 6:45 2012 Rugby Spring Tour: Australia v France *Live* 9:00 The Hot30 Countdown (G) 10:00 The Hot30 Countdown (PG l,s,a) 12:00 Noosa Triathlon Multisport Festival 2012 *Live* 2:00 Basketball: NBL Championship 2012/13: Round 6: Adelaide 36ers V Perth Wildcats 4:00 Meet The Press [s] 4:30 The Bolt Report [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project (PG) [s] 6:30 Merlin: The Sorcererʼs Secret (PG v,sn) 7:30 Modern Family (PG h) 8:00 The New Normal: Nanagasm (PG s,l) 8:30 Homeland: W & A (M v) – Will congressman Brody find himself prisoner again? 9:30 Homeland: Gettysburg Address, (M) [s] – Brodyʼs loyalty is questioned. 10:30 Can Of Worms (M) 11:30 MotoGP - Generali Grand Prix of Valencia: Race 18 1:00 MotoGP - Moto3 & Moto2: Race 18 1:30 Infomercial (PG) 4:00 CBS - This Morning 5:30 Worldwatch 8:30 PopAsia 10:30 Football Asia [s] 11:00 UEFA Champions League Magazine [s] 11:30 Speedweek [s] 1:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 2:30 Icelands Killer Volcano (PG) [s] 3:30 Is Everything We Know About the Universe Wrong? [s] 4:30 Living Black [s] 5:00 Cycling Central [s] 6:00 Thalassa: Salvador de Bahia [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Lost Worlds: Medieval Fightbook (PG) [s] – Composed of 150 paper folios and written in Swabian dialect, the 1459 Fight Book is a one of medieval worlds most mysterious manuscripts. 8:30 Finding Life Beyond Earth: Moons [s] – Scientists used to think our neighbouring planets and moons were fairly boring. Now the solar system looks wilder than they ever imagined. 9:30 Into the Abyss: A Tale of Death, A Tale of Life (M a) [s] 11:25 Drama Movie: “Fugitive Pieces” (M) (ʼ07) (From Canada, in English) 1:20 Drama Movie: “The Red Cockatoo” (M v,s,a) (ʼ04) (In German) 3:35 Weatherwatch Overnight
EASY CHEESE SAUCE method
Ph: 1300 654 910 www.fermax.com.au
Fermax currently deliver in excess of 1,500,000 items weekly comprising key community newspaper and advertising material.
60 DAY SALE ON NOW 479919-PJ7-12
• Reliable distribution • Large network of walkers • Advanced auditing processes
6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Double Trouble / Music Moves / Conversations With Australian Artists 11:00 Catalyst [s] 11:30 One Plus One [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Movie: “The Bliss Of Mrs Blossom” (PG) (ʼ68)Stars: Shirley McLaine 2:00 Waterloo Road (PG) [s] 2:55 Minuscule 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 Nigel Slaterʼs Simple Cooking [s] 6:00 Lost Gardens: Warwick [s] 6:50 Minuscule: Bless You 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Moone Boy (PG) [s] 8:30 New Tricks (PG) [s] – When the body of missing computer expert Martin Longthorn turns up in the morgue of a teaching hospital under a false name UCOS look into the case. 9:30 Waking The Dead: Skin - Part 2 (MA15+a,v) [s] 10:25 Lateline [s] 11:00 My Family: Wheelie Ben 11:30 rage (MA15+l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG) 5:30 Seven Early News 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Bird On A Wire” (M v,l) (ʼ90) Stars: Mel Gibson 2:30 Medical Emergency (PG) [s] 3:00 The Price Is Right [s] 3:30 Toybox [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 Coxyʼs Big Break [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Better Homes And Gardens [s] – Celebrate The Year of the Farmer at Australiaʼs best country shows. Fast Ed makes BBQ beef sliders. 9:00 The Friday Movie: “In Her Shoes” (M s,a) (ʼ05) Stars: Tom Collette 11:45 I Shouldnʼt Be Alive: Alone In The Amazon (M) [s] – A young man loses his canoe in the Amazon. 12:45 The Late Movie: “Time Served” (MA15+ v,n,l) (ʼ98) Stars: Catherine Oxenberg 3:00 Home Shopping [s] 4:00 NBC Today [s] 5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 10:00 Surprises 10:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa: Day 1 - AM Session – From the GABBA. 1:00 The Cricket Show [s] 1:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 7:30 The Big Bang Theory: The Electric Can Opener Fluctuation (PG s) 8:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 8:30 Movie: “The Bucket List” (M l,a) Stars: Jack Nicholson & Morgan Freeman 10:30 Movie: “Somethingʼs Gotta Give” (M l,s) – Divorced, successful playwright Erica has given up on finding a fulfilling romantic relationship. Stars: Jack Nicholson & Diane Keaton 1:00 Late Movie: “Excalibur” (M v) (ʼ81) Stars: John Boorman & Nicol Williamson 3:40 Extra 4:05 Infomercials 4:30 Good Morning America 6:00 Breakfast [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 10:00 TEN Morning News [s] 11:00 Entertainment Tonight (PG) [s] 11:30 The Insider (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) [s] 1:00 The Doctors: Fight Aging Skin, Look Hot In Pictures & Keep Him Turned On! (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 4:00 Lightning Point [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project [s] 7:00 Modern Family: Manny Get Your Gun (PG) 7:30 The Living Room (PG) [s] 8:30 Movie: “Tomorrow When The War Began” (PG) (ʼ10) – When their country is invaded and their families are taken, eight unlikely high school teenagers with no military training band together to fight a well-armed invasion force. Stars: Caitlin Stasey & Rachel Hurd-Wood 10:45 White Collar: Deadline (M v) 11:45 Late Show - David Letterman (PG) 12:30 48 Hours: Every Picture Tells A Story (M a) 1:30 Infomercials (PG) 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Food Lovers Guide to Australia 1:30 About Men: The Mating Game (M n,s) 2:30 Living Black [s] 3:00 Letters and Numbers [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village [s] 5:45 Countdown [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Coast: Galway to Arranmore Island [s] 8:30 America Revealed: Food Machine [s] – Over the past century, an American industrial revolution has given rise to the biggest, most productive food machine the world has ever known. It feed 300 million Americans every day. 9:35 As It Happened: Maritime Mysteries: Martyred Ships [s] – Investigates two of the worst maritime disasters of WW2. 10:35 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “Untold Scandal” (MA15+s) (ʼ03) (In Korean) 1:20 Crime Movie: “Kurt Wallander: The Village Idiot” (M v,a) (ʼ05) (In Swedish) 3:05 Weatherwatch Overnight
1. Mix 2 cups grated cheese with 2 tablespoons cornflour 2. Heat 1 cup of milk 3. Gradually add cheese 4. Stir until melted (dont boil). Add salt and pepper. Great for cauliflower all gratin and lasanga. By Marg Wright, Hamlyn Heights
WIN A $20 Cheesecake Shop voucher
North Geelong: 135 Separation St • Ph: 5277 2662 Geelong: 112 Mt Pleasant Rd, Belmont • Ph: 5244 0300
For your chance to win a yummy cake to the value of $20 from The Cheesecake Shop send your recipe to: The Geelong Independent (marked “Recipe”) P.O. Box 407 Geelong 3220 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Recipe)
5 * 0 n
FinallyFriday Finally Friday Monday 12 6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Backyard Science / Atoms Alive [s] 11:00 Landline [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Egypt Unwrapped [s] 1:30 Meerkat Manor [s] 2:00 Auction Room [s] 2:30 Jennifer Byrne Presents (PG) 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 Nigel Slaterʼs Simple Cooking [s] 6:05 Restoration Man: Windmill [s] 6:50 Minuscule: Noodle Battle [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 – ABCʼs current affairs program. 8:00 Australian Story [s] 8:30 Devilʼs Dust (M l) [s] Part 2 10:00 QI: Dictionaries (PG) [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business (M l) 11:30 The Kennedys (PG) [s] 12:15 Breaking The Mould: The Story Of Penicillin (PG) [s] 1:35 Movie: “Bedlam” (PG) (ʼ45) Stars: Boris Karloff & Anna Lee 3:00 rage (M l,d,h,n,s,v) 4:10 Movie: “The Adventurers” (PG) (ʼ50) 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Going Underground” (M a,v) (ʼ93) Stars: Joanna Kerns 2:00 Once Upon A Time: Fruit Of The Poisonous Tree (PG v) 3:00 The Price Is Right [s] 3:30 Toybox (PG) [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 Coxyʼs Big Break [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG d) 7:30 The X Factor: The Live Show (PG) [s] 9:00 Castle: Secretʼs Safe With Me (M) [s] – On Beckettʼs first day back from her suspension, she and Castle are thrown into the salacious world of local TV news when a weather girl is found dead. 10:00 Scandal: Crash And Burn (M v,a) [s] 11:00 The Amazing Race (PG) [s] 12:00 Keeping Up With The Kardashians (M) 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Room For Improvement 4:00 NBC Today [s] 5:30 Today 9:00 Morning News 10:00 Surprises 10:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa: Day 4 - AM Session – From the GABBA. 1:00 The Cricket Show [s] 1:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa: Day 4 - PM Session 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 7:30 RBT (PG) 8:30 The Mentalist: Cherry Picked (M) 9:30 Person Of Interest: Bury The Lede (M) – Reese is tasked with protecting a reporter, but he must do so on the sly so she doesnʼt start investigating him. 10:30 CSI: NY: Crushed (M v) 11:30 Nikita: Knightfall (MA15+v) 12:30 The Avengers (PG) 1:30 Extra 2:00 Guthy Renker Australia 2:30 Trivita 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Breakfast [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 10:00 TEN Morning News [s] 11:00 Entertainment Tonight (PG) [s] 11:30 The Insider (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: Out Of Control And Out Of Options (PG) [s] 1:00 The Doctors: Air: Are You Breathing Yourself Sick? (PG) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project [s] 7:00 Modern Family: Mother Tucker & Dance Dance Revelation (PG) 8:00 New Girl: Fancyman 2 (PG s) [s] 8:30 Can Of Worms (PG) [s] 9:30 Hawaii Five-O: I Kan WAT Mamie (M) – Danny tells the story about his toughest and most emotional case. 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 One Tree Hill (M v) 12:15 Late Show - David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 CBS - This Morning 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 The Man Who Jumped (M a,l) 2:00 My Asian Heart (M v,l) 3:00 Letters and Numbers [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial [s] 5:00 The Crew [s] 5:30 Global Village: Visions of Ireland [s] 5:45 Countdown [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Mythbusters: Bottle Bash (PG) [s] 8:30 Derren Brown: The Heist (M l) [s] – Under the guise of a motivational seminar, could psychological illusionist Derren Brown persuade any of his group of responsible, middle-management businessmen and women to steal $150,000 in an armed robbery? 9:30 This is England 86 (MA15+a,v) [s] – Shaun, having rejected his mum, is living rough. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 The World Game 12:00 SOS: Paths of Hate / Audition (M) 1:05 Living Black [s] 1:30 Pizza World Record (M d,s,a) [s] 2:05 Wilfred: Bite Club (M d,a,s) 2:35 Weatherwatch Overnight
❯❯ Television Guide
Tuesday 13 Wednesday 14 Thursday 15 6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Schoolʼs Programs 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Katsura Rikyu: Imperial Villa Of The Moon [s] 1:30 Compass [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 The Good Cook [s] 6:00 Time Team: Tottiford [s] 6:50 Minuscule: A Mosquito Day 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 – ABCʼs current affairs program. 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 A Jubilee Tribute To The Queen By The Prince Of Wales [s] 9:30 QI: Antidotes & Answers (PG) [s] 10:00 Artscape: The Making Of The Reef [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 The Gathering Storm (M a) [s] – A powerful story about the daring lengths Winston Churchill went to during WW2. 1:05 A Jubilee Tribute To The Queen By The Prince Of Wales [s]] 2:05 Basketball: WNBL: Logan Vs West Coast 3:05 rage (M a,l,d,n,s,v) 4:05 Movie: “Letʼs Live A Little” (G) (ʼ49) 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “The Man Next Door” (M a,v) (ʼ94) Stars: Michael Ontkean 2:00 Once Upon A Time: Skin Deep (PG v) 3:00 The Price Is Right [s] 3:30 Toybox (PG) [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 Coxyʼs Big Break [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG v,d) 7:30 The X Factor: The Live Decider (PG) [s] 8:40 Winners & Losers: Perfect Match (M a) – As Jenny renews contact with Callum, Bec and Matt fight for their dream block of land. 9:40 Greyʼs Anatomy: Beautiful Doom (M) – The doctors of Seattle Grace Hospital deal with life-or-death consequences on a daily basis. 10:40 Smash: Tech (PG a) 11:40 I Just Want My Pants Back (M s) 12:10 Sons And Daughters [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Today 9:00 Morning News 10:00 Surprises 10:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa: Day 5 - AM Session 1:00 The Cricket Show [s] 1:30 First Cricket Test: Australia v South Africa 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 7:30 Ten Incredible Near Misses (PG) – Reallife stories of people who have stared death in the face and lived to tell the tale. 8:30 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 9:30 Two And A Half Men (PG) 10:00 2 Broke Girls (M) 10:30 Survivor: Philippines: Got My Swag Back (PG) 11:30 Weeds: Where The Sidewalk Ends (MA15+a,d,l,s,v) 12:00 Harryʼs Law (M) 1:00 Extra 1:30 Danoz 2:00 Trivita / Selfcare 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Breakfast [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 10:00 TEN Morning News [s] 11:00 Entertainment Tonight (PG) [s] 11:30 The Insider (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: From Heroes To Monsters? (M a) 1:00 The Doctors: Your Most Irritating & Annoying Body Problems (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project [s] 7:00 Modern Family: Slow Down Your Neighbours (PG) 7:30 Jamieʼs Fifteen Minute Meals – Tonight Jamieʼs cooking Swedish meatballs, celeriac and spinach rice, plus pasta pesto, garlic and rosemary chicken. 8:30 NCIS: Psych Out (M a) 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Vengeance (M v) [s] 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 Numb3rs: Arms In Arms (M v) 12:15 Late Show - David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 3:30 CBS - This Morning 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Celtic Thunder: Voyage 2:00 Yanni Live at El Morro 3:00 Letters and Numbers [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Visions of Ireland [s] 5:45 Countdown [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 56 Up (PG) [s] – Now, at the age of 56, the group are once more brought together to assess their lives. 8:30 America in Primetime: Man of the House (M a,l) [s] – This series presents some of the most compelling shows on TV today, as well as those of the past, by focusing on key character archetypes. 9:35 Clinton: The Comeback Kid [s] – Explores the private and public battles of one of the most contradictory and complex figures ever to occupy the White House: William Jefferson Clinton. 10:35 World News Australia [s] 11:10 Drama Movie: “Requiem” (M a) (ʼ05) (In German) 12:50 Mad Men (M a,s) [s] 2:40 Weatherwatch Overnight
6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Schoolʼs Programs 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 National Press Club Address [s] 1:30 Can We Help? 2:00 Waterloo Road [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 The Good Cook [s] 6:00 The Restaurant Inspector [s] 6:45 Dream Build: Porsche House [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 – ABCʼs current affairs program. 8:00 QI: Danger (PG) [s] 8:30 A Moody Christmas: Decapod Crustaceans (PG) [s] 9:00 The Chaser: Hamster Wheel [s] 9:30 Red Dwarf (PG) [s] 10:00 At The Movies (PG) [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Very Small Business: Export Fluctuations (M l) [s] 12:00 Herodʼs Lost Tomb (PG) [s] 12:50 Movie: “British Intelligence” (PG) (ʼ40) Stars: Boris Karloff & Margaret Lindsay 1:55 Football: W-League: Adelaide Vs Brisbane 2:55 rage (M l,d,n,s,v) 4:05 Movie: “If I Had A Million” (PG) (ʼ32) 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Touched By Evil ” (M a,v,s) (ʼ96) Stars: Susan Ruttan 2:00 Once Upon A Time: What Happened To Frederick (PG v) 3:00 The Price Is Right [s] 3:30 Toybox (PG) [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 Coxyʼs Big Break [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG a) [s] 7:30 Highway Patrol: Two Trucks, One Car (PG) 8:00 To Be Announced 9:30 Worldʼs Wildest Police Videos (PG) – Female protestors steal the spotlight with a topless demonstration. 10:30 Air Crash Investigations (PG) – On 11 July 1991, shortly after taking-off from Jeddah's King Abdulaziz International Airport, Nigeria Airways Flight 2120 suffered an in-flight fire. 11:30 Parks & Recreation (PG) 12:00 Sons And Daughters [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Room For Improvement 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Today 9:00 Morning News 11:00 National Morning News 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 Extra [s] 3:30 Surprises [s] 4:00 Kitchen Whiz 4:30 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 7:30 Hot Property (PG) – Sometimes making the decision to sell a much loved family home can be tough. Join Michael Caton on the ride through the highs and lows. 8:30 To Be Announced 9:30 To Be Announced 10:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Reba McEntire (PG) 11:30 Are You There, Chelsea? (PG) 12:00 Eclipse 12:30 Extra 1:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 1:30 Danoz 2:00 TV Shop 2:30 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Breakfast [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 10:00 TEN Morning News [s] 11:00 Entertainment Tonight (PG) [s] 11:30 The Insider (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: Murder Of A Las Vegas Show Girl (M v,a) [s] 1:00 The Doctors: No More Excuses - Take Charge Of Your Health Now! (M) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project [s] 7:00 Modern Family (PG s) [s] 7:30 Glee:The Break-Up (PG) [s] 8:30 The Good Wife: The Art Of War (M) 9:30 Emily Owens MD: Emily And The Predator (M) [s] – Emily and Micah are frantic when they discover their patient needs a kidney transplant immediately, but mysteriously refuses to accept the kidney from her new husband. 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 Saving Grace (MA15+v) 12:15 Late Show - David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 3:30 CBS - This Morning 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 The Choir (M a,v,l) 2:45 Short: Three of Us 3:00 Letters and Numbers [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:00 The Journal [s] 5:30 Global Village: Visions of Ireland [s] 5:45 Countdown [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Monster Bug Wars: Death at Midnight [s] – Get a ringside seat for some of natureʼs deadliest encounters: losers arenʼt just knocked out, theyʼre eaten alive. 8:30 Toughest Place To Be A... Miner [s] – Three more ordinary people with ordinary jobs take on an extraordinary challenge: clocking on with their local counterparts in some of the toughest destinations on the planet. 9:30 Cutting Edge: The Anthrax Files (M v) [s] – In the fall of 2001, envelopes carrying deadly anthrax were delivered to US Senate offices. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “Lornaʼs Silence” (M a,n,s,l) (ʼ08) (In French & Albanian) 1:00 The Iron Chef: Jumbo Mushroom / Foie Gras [s] 2:40 Weatherwatch Overnight
6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Being Human [s] / Behind The News 11:00 Ancient Megastructures [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 The Worldʼs Worst Disasters (PG) [s] 1:30 At The Movies [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 The Good Cook [s] 6:05 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Rhys Jones: Sydney [s] 6:50 Minuscule: Leech 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Catalyst [s] 8:30 Redfern Now: Raymond (M l,d) 9:30 QI: Drinking (PG) 10:00 Angry Boys (M a,l,s) 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Iconoclasts: Howard Schultz And Norman Lear (PG) [s] 12:20 The Clinic (M l,s) [s] 1:15 Movie: “Stage Door Canteen” (G) (ʼ43) Stars: Judith Anderson & Henry Armetta 3:25 rage (M l,d,n,s,v) 4:30 National Press Club Address [s] 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Seeds Of Deception” (M a) (ʼ94) Stars: Melissa Gilbert 2:00 Once Upon A Time: Dreamy (PG) [s] 3:00 The Price Is Right [s] 3:30 Toybox (PG) [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 Coxyʼs Big Break [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Beauty & The Geek Australia (PG) 9:30 The Unbelievable Truth (PG) – Tonightʼs topics are koalas, Ned Kelly, Egypt and puppets. 10:15 Family Guy: Ratings Guy (M) 10:45 Celebrity Juice: Brigitte Nielsen, Una Healy & Noel Clarke & Gemma Merna (MA15+l,s) 11:30 Cougar Town: Southern Accents (PG) 12:00 Itʼs Always Sunny In Philadelphia (M) 12:30 Keeping Up With The Kardashians (M) 1:00 Home Shopping [s] 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Today 9:00 Morning News 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 Extra [s] 3:30 Magical Tales [s] 4:00 Kitchen Whiz [s] 4:30 Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 7:30 Getaway: Heaven On Earth (PG) 8:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Code Blue Plate Special (PG) – The CSIs investigate eight deaths at their favourite diner. 9:30 CSI: Miami: Law & Disorder (M v) – Horatio uncovers a corruption scandal that pits him against an old adversary. 10:30 True CSI: Cold Blood: Dead Of Night (MA15+ v,a) 11:30 Are You There, Chelsea? (M s,d) 12:00 20/20 [s] 1:00 Extra 1:30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 2:00 Guthy Renker / Trivita 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Breakfast [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 10:00 TEN Morning News [s] 11:00 Entertainment Tonight (PG) [s] 11:30 The Insider (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: Wonʼt Do I Do Until (M d,a) [s] 1:00 The Doctors: Tantrum Camp For Women (PG s,a) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 4:00 Scope: Cephalopods Squid [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project [s] 7:00 Modern Family: Caught In The ACT (PG s) 7:30 Jamieʼs Fifteen Minute Meals [s] 8:30 Law & Order: SVU: Vanityʼs Bonfire (M s,a) [s] – Tonightʼs new episode is so seriously fast tracked, that details are still under investigation and remain top secret. 9:30 Law & Order: SVU: Hunting Ground (M v,a) – Crime interferes in Benson and Hadenʼs romance. 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 Trollied (M) 11:45 Late Show - David Letterman (PG) 12:30 Infomercials (PG) 5:05 Worldwatch 6:15 Football International: Netherlands v Germany *Live* 8:40 Worldwatch 3:00 Letters and Numbers [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Visions of Ireland [s] 5:45 Countdown [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 My Sri Lanka with Peter Kuruvita [s] 8:00 Luke Nguyens Greater Mekong 2 [s] – Luke heads to Laoʼs southern tip. 8:30 Jimmy and the Giant Supermarket: Chicken Kiev (PG) [s] – Farmer Jimmy Doherty has a dream to make free-range food affordable for everyone. So heʼs challenged supermarket giant Tesco to let him prove he can do it. 9:35 One Born Every Minute (M a,l) [s] – Seventeen-year-old Giorgi-Leigh talks about coming to terms with having a child far younger than she intended. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Gail Porter on Prostitution (M a) 12:10 Thriller Movie: “Melodyʼs Smile” (M s,v,a,l) (ʼ07) (In French) 2:15 Weatherwatch Overnight
The Peninsula ut o g n i dinn HT
ain hase 1 m KID’S NIG ) MONDnA5Y:30pm and 7:30pemalpFuRrcEE (under 12 yrs ys
m lida Betwee ive 1 kids Not available public ho e c re d n a . meal drink ss of soft incl a gla ht $12 arma Nig P t $19 Y A D teak Nigh S TUES d e ll ri G AY Char ood Menu WEDNESD RDAY Thai F
& SATU THURSDAY d Night from $20 afoo FRIDAY Se
WIN A 9 NIGHT ISLAND DELIGHT CRUISE FOR 2 Visiting Noumea, Lifou, Mystery Island and The Isle of Pines. Leaving 8th July 2013
Drawn 22nd December in Bistro at 7.30pm Every person that visits the hotel goes into the draw. (Conditions apply)
nNd a b e v i l & SATURDAY IGnHiTg!ht
day FRIDAY e satur k o a r a m also k 2pm -2p o. 1 h c n u L iday e pian Ever y Fr ed on th y la p s ie elod Merr y M
• WEDDINGS • WAKES • SPECIAL OCCASIONS • BIRTHDAYS Check our website www.thepeninsula.com.au
EVERY FRIDAY IS CHILDREN’S NIGHT 6.30-8.30pm. New Playstation games & Xbox Kinect HT EVERY 2ND FRIDAY NIG
4 KIDS TH
30 NOVEMBER 16TH &
AZING DAVID THE
AM NOVEMBER 9TH -
Win an Apple Ipod Touch
Book your Christmas function with us!
] 0 t l y g
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 33
] 0 ] 0 d
Connecting people and communities
drawn 30th November 2012 see our staff for details
Simply join our kids club and go into the prize draw ONE DIRECTION • NICKI MINAJ KE$HA • LADY GAGA JUSTIN BEIBER • KATY PERRY USHER • PINK • CARLY RAE JEPSEN TAYLOR SWIFT FOOTY THEME SONGS NURSERY RHYMES KINDER SONGS SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES
OPEN OPE EN 7 DA DAYS AYS 12 noon - 4pm and 5:30 till late 195 Bellarine Highway, Newcomb 5248 2606
Connecting people and communities
Page 34 Friday, 9 November, 2012
FinallyFriday Finally Friday WHITE EAGLE HOUSE
❯❯ Dining Out Advertising feature
New additions to the menu include parmesan crusted salmon, pork belly and fresh and hot seafood platters.
FRIDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT IN THE SPORTS BAR
9th Nov: HEARTBEAT 16th Nov: BOONA BAND 17th Nov: LIVE IN THE SPORTS BAR - BACK BONE 23rd Nov: DUO DELUXE 30th Nov: BACKBONE
Monday - Saturday Traditional Irish Food & Drinks Kids Menu - Live Music - Pool Tables Live Big Screen Sports
SATURDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT IN THE BISTRO
90–92 Little Malop Street, Geelong
ph: 5229 9550
10th Nov: PETER PEREZ 17th Nov: BOONA BAND 24th Nov: BEN COSTANZO
11am till 1am daily
Yardz of variety
Fellmongers Road, Breakwater Vic 3219 Ph: 5229 1009
$75 ADULTS, $40 CHILD U/12YRS AND CHILD U/4YRS FREE INCLUDES: 5 COURSE MEAL, COMPLIMENTARY BEER WINE OR SOFT DRINK, LIVE ENTERTAINMENT BY PETER PEREZ AND SANTA CLAUS APPEARANCE FOR CHILDREN. BOOKINGS NOW OPEN!
A NEW owner and a makeover have given The Yardz Hotel at Geelong West an impressive edge. Proprietor Helen Kenny has teamed up with ongoing manager Kate Martin and chef Natasha Bellamy to give customers the best experiences at The Yardz. “We’re not taking anything off the menu, we’re just adding to it with dishes like parmesan-crusted salmon, pork belly and fresh and hot seafood platters in the restaurant,” Helen says. Helen’s husband Russell’s 30 years as a butcher ensures The Yardz’ steaks are top-quality.
“The meat’s perfection or it goes back,” Helen laughs. The Yardz has added a range of cheaper bar meals on top of the existing menu; old-fashioned favourites including roasts, corned beef, lambs fry and bacon, sausages and mash and salmon patties. “They’re $12 and upwards now so they’re really good priced country-cooked meals for workers or pensioners to cater for families who want a budget ,” Helen says. The Yardz weekly favourites will remain, including Tuesday’s ’$12.50 pot and parmi’ or ’$16
pot and porterhouse’ night and ‘$13 Round the World Parmis’ on Sunday. Sport lovers will appreciate The Yardz addition of Fox Sports showing both inside and outside the venue. The Yardz’ back beer garden now provides a fabulous, private venue for functions, with new furniture, heating, a TV, a jukebox and blinds to protect from the weather. Helen says she has 20 years of experience in hospitality and catering.
SPANISH P DONUT4t$3&1&4tT03/"%01OTAT A O&4t$0''&&
EAT DRINK 102 Pakington St, Geelong West
5229 9979 www.yayaschurroscafe.com.au
CHRISTMAS LUNCH TUESDAY 25TH DECEMBER 2012 FROM 12PM
Geelong Family Owned & Operated
UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP THE
Lunch 12-2pm | Dinner 6-8.30pm
Fantastic new Menu Including all the favourites at the Yardz
21 Malop Street, Geelong Ph: 5229 1954
Great new Wine List from De Bortoli Wines to compliment our menu 77 Church st Geelong West | Ph: 5278 7257
NEW 2 Course Dinner Menu + Glass of wine Lunch 7 days from 11am Dinner from 6pm Weekend Brekky from 9am Christmas Gift Vouchers Available Shop 9/111 Pakington St Geelong West Ph: 5229 8292 www.cafebotticelli.com.au
NOW OPEN 7 DAYS
Y A R D Z
SANDSTONE CAFE Food Wine Coffee Catering Functions
Open for breakfast and lunch from 9am every day Dinner, Friday and Saturday from 6pm 284 Torquay Road Grovedale
Ph: 5244 2343
BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS FUNCTION NOW!
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 35
Cool down before summer hits
EVAPORATIVE COOLING - SPECIAL DEALS
4 POINTS Fully Installed
From $2730 FREE VSM65
6 POINTS Fully Installed From $3255
Program Timer Dump Valve Winter Seal
8 POINTS Fully Installed From $3780
*Double story houses and sfety switch are not included in the above prices.
Specialised Heating and Cooling’s Lester Treloar. with a split-system.” He can also install cooling systems from brands including Braemar and Fujitsu. Specialised Heating and Cooling has more than 30 years’ experience dealing with systems to regulate temperatures in people’s homes.
Lester looks after the Geelong area from Lara to Lorne and from Meredith to Indented Head. More information is available at www.specair.com.au Contact Specialised Heating and Cooling on 5278 7985 or email@example.com
Stay cool and save with tint WINDOW films are an easy, affordable answer to reduce those energy bills and make your house more sustainable. Energy-saving window film is one of the most effective passive solar devices available to home owners. Window tinting improves the energy efficiency of homes by reflecting, absorbing and re-radiating solar energy, helping to keep the heat out in summer, while some films are designed to retain heat in winter. Government and industry modelling has shown that for an average home, solar control window film can result in a 30 per cent drop in air conditioner usage, equating to a 10 to 15 per cent reduction in your home’s annual electrical costs. Creating a consistent and neat external appearance, films allow natural lighting while reducing hot spots and reducing glare, including on television and computer screens. Views are enhanced and the general lighting within the home is softened. Privacy is improved making life more comfortable year round. Window film blocks more than 99 per cent of harmful UV rays, not only saving furnishings and floors from fading, but helping prevent ageing, skin cancer and damage to the eyes, which is important for every member of the family including pets. Window films offer far more value than many
Specialised Heating & Cooling is No.1 Dealer for the past
R09AWN C. 2.5kW // H. 3.2 kW // 10-18 sq/m room size ONLY $889 + INSTALLATION R12AWN C. 3.5kW // H. 4.0 kW // 18-29 sq/m room size ONLY $969 + INSTALLATION R18AWN C. 5.2 kW // H. 6.3 kW // 30-40 sq/m room size ONLY $1341 + INSTALLATION R24AWN C. 7.4 kW // H. 8.6 kW // 45-60 sq/m room size ONLY $1651 + INSTALLATION R28AWN C. 8.0 kW // H. 9.6 kW // 55-65 sq/m room size ONLY $1939 + INSTALLATION * PRICING FOR LG SPLIT WALL HUNG AND DUCTED SYSTEMS AS SHOWN DOES NOT INCLUDE DOUBLE STORY HOUSES, ELECTRICAL WIRING, MOTORIZED ZONE CONTROLS. * ON- SITE QUOTATION INCLUDES FREE ON SITE SURVEY.
GEELONG: 5278 7985 www.specair.com.au
Torquay Tinting’s Vinnie Tabacco. other products designed to reduce energy gain through windows. As a retrofit option, they work in easily with existing blinds, shutters and other passive solar devices. Films are environmentally friendly and offer a negative carbon footprint. Torquay Tinting’s Vincenzo “Vinnie” Tabacco is also a registered building practitioner whose positive approach toward helping the environment and improving the energy rating of client’s homes helped him win a CSIRO Passive Solar Award. For more information, call Vinnie at Torquay Tinting on 0419 304 610, or visit torquaytinting. com.au
b l call fo for or a free i measure and quote… n d curtains • verticals • venetians • romans • hollands • sunscreens • curtains • plantation shutters • repairs and maintenance • friendly advice
KEEP COOL THIS SUMMER
SPECIALISED Heating and Cooling can ensure Geelong’s homes are cool and comfortable for Christmas day and the upcoming summer. Geelong manager Lester Treloar encourages those thinking of installing or upgrading their cooling systems to act soon before the busy period. “If the average person leaves it too late they can miss out on the opportunity to be cool for Christmas,” Lester says. Specialised Heating and Cooling is offering very competitive deals on top-of-the-range LG split-system air-conditioners. “The Art Cool Stylish is very swish. We have them at the best prices I’ve ever seen and I’ve been in the industry 13 years,” Lester says. Evaporative cooling is also available at bargain prices from Specialised Heating and Cooling. A Bonaire evaporative cooling system costs between $2730 and $3780. Lester can offer a free measure and quote on anyone’s home. “I like to come to people’s homes and advise them on the best possible offer. Evaporative cooling is the most cost-effective way to cool your whole home, but you might only need to cool one major room and you can do that
Transform the beauty of your home and cut power costs • Enhance your home privacy, comfort & safety • Protect family and furnishings from sun damage year round • Improve your heating & cooling efficiency • Reduce glare • Negative carbon footprint
for a FREE quote call VINNIE
0419 304 610 www.torquaytinting.com.au 1043379-KG33-12
Connecting people and communities
FORD, PJ Ranger, XL crew cab, 4x4, 2008, tonneau towbar, 87,000kms, 12 months reg, RWC, YIT-223. $22,500ono. 0423 503 182.
CARAVANS & TRAILERS
CARAVANS/TRAILERS wanted. Any condition. Call 0438 866 434.
CRUSADOR, pop-top, 2005, 18’, 2 singles, microwave, television, air-con, used only 6 weeks, EC, as new. $26,000. Phone 52436096. GOLF, 17’ pop top 1993 model, GC, roll out awning and annexe. $12,200. 0417 339 688.
FORD, Territory, 2007, SY Ghia, RWD, blue (silk), 93,000kms, alloy nudge bar, transmission oil cooler, electric brake control, LPG electronic sequential MP dual fuel, polyair rear spring kit, black widow drawers, Kaymar HD towbar/spare wheel carrier, new tyres and battery, EC, full service history, always garaged, many more extras, UYG-801. $19,990. Phone Graeme, 0402 141 255. St Leonards.
KAWASAKI, GPX, 250R, 2005, reg 07/13, always garaged, never dropped, 22,400kms, EC-106. $2,200ono. 0404 081 449. Herne Hill.
SCOOTER, 2009, Kymco, Ego 250, 5,500kms, digital display, as new condition, reg, HO-110. $3,000. O431 485 195.
MAZDA, 626, auto, 1993, EC, low kms, FNX-507. $2,995. 0431 419 500. Clifton Springs.
WRECKING AA FREE CAR REMOVAL Prompt, friendly service. 0419 899 698, all hours. Portside Auto Wreckers. All makes and models. Open 6 days a week.
JAYCO, Destiny, pop-top caravan, 2006, EC, 13’x8’, double bed, full annexe, extras. $22,000ono. 0400 310 327. JAYCO, Pop top, 15’, single beds, annexe, ﬂoor, extras, EC. $16,000. 0410 632 695.
TOYOTA, Corolla, 2000, auto, AC, PS, CL, spoiler, RWC, ZGM-381. $6,800. 5282-4740.
JAYCO, poptop, 1986, 15’x7’, annexe plus extras, 2 single beds, VGC. $8,500 neg. 5250-1950. Leopold.
AAA Mitch’s Car Removals and Towing. Cash paid for complete vehicles, also scrap metal and farm machinery. Phone 0420 671 711. LMCT 10724
TOYOTA, Hiace, 1994, 2.4 petrol, SWB, 361,000kms, manual, reg 01/13, QYN206, RWC. $3,500. 0405 961 251.
ROYAL FLAIR, 2006, 17’, offroad, solar, double bed, lounge, front kitchen, microwave, independent suspension, roll out awning. $29,800. 5250-2387.
STATESMAN, Poptop, 1988, 13ft, full annexe, 3 berth, full oven, 3 way fridge, microwave, electric brakes, storage boxes, new tyres, spare, extra’s. $7,500. 0418 517 722. Lara. TANDEM TILTA TRAILER, 2011, speciﬁcations refer www.tiltatrailer.com.au, registered Feb 2013. $5,750. Phone John: 5253-1678, 0429 324 666. Clifton Springs. TRAILERS, largest range, best prices, 1/56 Sun Street, Geelong. Phone 5248 6070. bigtrailerwarehouse.com.au VISCOUNT, 17x8 pop top, AC, DB, 4 burner gastop, microwave, annexe and many extras. $6,990ono. 0447 188 535.
TOYOTA, Landcruiser, 1989, tray, diesel, towbar, bullbar and heavy duty suspension, 360,000kms, fair condition, engine needs work, no RWC, PBH-934. $4,200ono. 0413 571 032.
ABC CAR REMOVALS CASH PAID $50 - $500
CARAVAN ON SITE, Camperdown, Vic, Permanent, remove, 8 berth, aluminium, annexe, good location. $11,000. 0419 891 007.
TOYOTA, Yaris, YR, hatch, 2009, auto, 21,000kms, reg until 06/13, XCG-718. $13,200. 0422 560 888.
Cars, utes, trucks & vans. 25hrs 8 days/week Ph 0419 002 323 LMCT 10471W
CORIO AUTO WRECKERS CAR REMOVAL Top Prices
TOYOTA, Landcruiser, 2004, auto, metallic gold, EC, 330,000kms, SUR707. $26,000. 0418 362 365.
264 Thompsons Road North Geelong
Cash for Christmas? Place a Garage Sale or “Until
MOTOR VEHICLES FORD, Falcon, AU, 2001, GC, AC, 176,000kms, reg 06/13, QXZ-249. $6,000, with RWC $6,500. 0407 887 215.
Get results... advertise your trade business now!
5 Speed Manual, A/C, P/S, Dual Airbags, ABS Brakes, 4.0ltr V6 Engine. TXK-909
TOYOTA LANDCRUISER PRADO VX 4X4
DUAL CAB 05 FORwDithTRTuArbNoSDiITesel, A/C. P/S, 5 SPD
Very Rare Car , Tow Bar, Only 114,000 Kms. Mnual, Alloy Tray WWO-975
Auto, Climate, Alloy, P/W, Dual Airbags, ABS, Bull Bar, Side Steps, Tow Bar, Dual Fuel, Only 175,000kms. RCJ-377
DRIVEAWAY Auto, Climate Control, ABS Brakes, Cruise Control, P/W, Alloys Wheels, Dual Airbags. WDE-967
DRIVEAWAY Auto, A/C, P/S, P/W, ABS Brakes, Auto, A/C, P/S, ABS, Dual Airbags, Mod Dual Front & Side Airbags, Cruise Control, Only 59,000kls. TEL-384 Kms. QBV-188
01 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA
04 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE SEDAN
FACTORY 7 SEATS
DRIVEAWAY Auto Trans, A/C, P/Steering, P/Windows, ABS Brakes, Cruise Control, Factory 7 Seats, Alloys. UYH-475
DRIVEAWAY Auto, A/C, P/S, P/Windows, ABS, Dual Airbags, Cruise, Low Kms. TCH-658
08 TOYOTA COLLA ASENT HATCH BACK
03 CHRYSLER RG VOYAGER 7 SEATER
ONLY 90,000 KMS
DRIVEAWAY Auto Trans, A/C, P/S, Dual Airbags, ABS Brakes, Only 90,000 Kms. WVJ-103
05 SUBARU LIBERTY 2.5 WAGON
DRIVEAWAY Front and Side Airbags, ABS, Cruise, Auto, Alloy's, Climate Control, Only 117,000 Kms. TMA-150
DRIVEAWAY Auto, A/C, P/S, P/Windows, ABS, Cruise, 4 X Airbags, Factory Sunroof, Leather, Only 137,000 Kms. SOA-291
06 VOLVO S60 AWD SEDAN
DRIVEAWAY Auto Trans, A/c, P/S, P/W, ABS Brakes, CD PLayer with Premium Sound, Only 70,000 Kms. S/N 1227
06 MAZDA TRIBUTE V6 SUV
ONLY 113,000 KMS
$46.69pw Dual DRIVEAWAY $56.69PW Zone Climate Control, ABS,
Traction & Stability Control, Leather, 8 Airbags, Service History. ULA-235
DRIVEAWAY Auto, A/C, P/S, P/Windows, ABS, 4 x Airbags, Cruise, Tow Bar, Alloys, Excellent Service History. UQN-313
MY07 VW JETTA TURBO DSG
05 VOLVO V70 2.4 WAGON
06 HONDA ODYSSEY PEOPLE MOVER
ONLY 71,000 KMS
DRIVEAWAY DRIVEAWAY Auto, Climate Control, P/S, P/W, ABS, Auto Trans, A/C, P/S, P/W, ABS Brakes, Cruise, AlloysExcellent Service History,DVD Player, Alloy Wheels, 7 Seatter, Excellent Service History. TNT-185 Only 101,kms. ZJH-652
DRIVEAWAY Auto, A/C, P/S, P/Windows, ABS Brakes, Dual Airbags, Excellent Service History. WLQ-845
MY06 MERCEDES BENZ E280 ELEGANCE E2
ONLY 45,000 KMS
ONLY 78,000 KMS
ONLY 109,000 KMS
FACTORY 7 SEATER
DRIVEAWAY DRIVEAWAY Very Clean Car, Dual Zone Climate Auto, Dual Zone A/C, P/S, P/W, ABS, Control, ABS, Cruise, 6 x Airbags, Side, Front and Curtain Airbags, 7 Sunroof, Leather, 17" Alloys. UPB-378 Seater, Only 93,000 Kms. TOD-933
ONLY 101,000 KMS 20
08 NISSAN X-TRAIL TI 05 MERCEDES VIANO VOLVO V50 R DESIGN 4X4 TREND PEOPEL MOVER WAGON
ONLY 70,000 KMS
DRIVEAWAY Auto Trans, Climate Controlled A/C, P/Streeing, P/Windows, Great Value For The Family. SCH-813
DRIVEAWAY Service History, Only 91,000 Kms, Auto, A/C, P/S, P/W, Electric Soft Top, Leather, Alloys. UNP - 953
ONLY 137,000 KMS
03 SUBARU FORESTER 08 FORD FOCUS GL HATCH XS LUXURY WAGON
ONLY 91,000 KMS
SAAB 9.3 S CONVERTIBLE
03 MITSUBISHI MAGNA ES SEDAN
01 HOLDEN VX BERLINA 00 TOYOTA CAMRY SEDAN CONQUEST SEDAN
$27,999 $27 999
DRIVEAWAY DRIVEAWAY All Volvo Safety, Leather Trim, ABS, Cruise, Curtain Airbags, 1 Owner, Only 45,000 Kms. Alloy's, Full Body Kit, One Owner, Full Service History, Only Mercedes luxury Full Leather Trim, Alloys, all Safety features. TUD-479 78,000 Kms, Great Savings Off New Price. XGA-910
PAYMENTS BASED ON 60 MONTHS WITH 35% DEPOSIT EXCLUDING ON ROAD COSTS @ 11.95% T.A.P. TOTAL REPAYMENTS 1. $34,320.00 2.$12,139.40 3.$17,771.00 4. $5207.80 5. $7807.0 6. $8673.60 7.$9539.40 8.$9539.40 9. $10405.20 10. $11,273.60 11. $11,273.60 12. $11,273.60 13. $12,139.40 14. $13,007.80 15. $13,007.80 16. $13,873.60 17. $14739.40 18.$14,739.40 19.$14739.40 20. $15,605.20 21. $19,505.20 22. $22,105.20 23.$31,680.00. SEE DEALERSHIP FOR DETAILS.
Mike Hanneysee Car Sales LMCT 900
139 FYANS STREET, SOUTH GEELONG / www.hanneyseecarsales.com.au
PH: 5221 8888 Justin: 0409 549 247 Metro: 0414 432 295
1300 666 808
CA$H FOR CHRISTMAS
ONLY 114,000 KMS
g str o
Some pics for illustrative purposes only. E & OE
49 YEARS CONTINUOUS TRADING IN GEELONG : RACV
FORD, Laser, 1984, 4 months reg, RWC, GC, YVZ-648. $1,800ono. 0477 992 215.
05 TOYOTA HI-LUX DUAL CAB 4X2
TOYOTA, Seca, 1993, red 5 door, auto, AC, PS, CD, RWC, reg. until 11/12., ideal ﬁrst car, SAK-021. $3,800ono. 0450 489 070.
FORD, Falcon, sedan, 1999, auto, A/C, GC, QSJ635. $3,800. 5241-2158, 0407 595 171.
TOWBAR, Hayman Reese, gooseneck for Mitsubishi Sigma wagon. $45. 5255-4501.
PLATES, signed James May, Craig Lowndes and Allan Moffat with photos of signing. $25,000ono. 0400 710 796.
: RACV GREEN LIGHT APPROVED DEALER : RACV WARRANTY :
RACV TESTED VEHICLES : 49 YEARS CONTINUOUS TRADING IN GEELONG : RACV GREEN LIGHT APPROVED DEALER : RACV WARRANTY : RACV TESTED VEHICLES :
AUTO PARTS /ACCESSORIES
GREEN LIGHT APPROVED DEALER : RACV WARRANTY : RACV TESTED VEHICLES : 49 YEARS CONTINUOUS TRADING IN GEELONG : RACV WARRANTY
Page 36 Friday, 9 November, 2012
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 37
IndyMotor Indy TEST DRIVE TODAY
Quality Cars & Best Prices 2005 TOYOTA CAMRY ALTISE
UNCHANGED: Seventy years on Jeep Wrangler still has the looks of the original Jeep.
Rugged Jeep By ERIC BLAIR
ness, not to mention the lack of that diesel fuel smell, will point more people in the direction of petrol than the sales guys anticipate. Safety equipment in Jeep Wrangler include multi-stage driver and front passenger airbags with optional seat-mounted airbags for front seat passengers. Stability control, brake assist, traction control, electronic roll mitigation, tyre pressure monitoring lamp, trailer sway control, hill start assist and brake lock differentials are all standard. The auto also gets hill descent control. Wrangler’s interior is a mix of retro design, in keeping with the Jeep philosophy, and modern technology. We like the driving position and the overall comfort of the front pews. 1054147-JL45-12
DESPITE the rapid growth in the number of 4WD/SUV vehicles on the market there are still only about half a dozen vehicles that are capable of handling serious off-road conditions. And when these conditions become all but impregnable the field narrows even further, arguably down to just the Land Rover Defender and the Jeep Wrangler both rough and rugged vehicles with their own distinct pedigree. Launched in 1987 as the replacement for the long-serving Jeep CJ, Wrangler is the closest direct descendant of the legendary World War II Jeep. Even now, 70 years later, the similarity in appearance between the two vehicles is obvious with its square angular styling, round headlights
and characteristic seven-slot grille. There’s something special about driving a Wrangler. It still has that rugged feel you don’t get in many so-called 4WDs any more. The most recent upgrade to the Jeep Wrangler was the introduction of a new V6 petrol engine. A thoroughly modern design displacing 3.6 litres, this twin-cam unit develops up to 209 kW of power, with 347 Nm to torque. Most to the latter is available at only 1800 revs - giving it diesel-like grunt that’s perfect for off-road driving. The turbo-diesel 2.8-litre fourcylinder engine is still available and Jeep says it’s still likely to make up the bulk of sales of Jeep Wranglers - however, we feel the extra smoothness and responsive-
1997 FORD FAIRLANE NL GHIA
2005 FORD COURIER
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Service History, Low Kms. YNJ 172.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Lots of features, Service History, Immac Cond, Cruise Control. OOD 495.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Dual Cab, Auto, Dual Fuel. TRW 003.
1997 HYUNDAI EXCEL
2002 NISSAN X-TRAIL
2003 FALCON BA-XT
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Low Kms, Auto, 1 YR Rego, A/C, P/S, History. OOA 407.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Choose from Auto or Manual, Service Books. TPV 897.
1995 HOLDEN 1997 JEEP GRAND COMMODORE VS CHEROKEE LAREDO
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY New Condition Throughout, Low Kms, Service History. SPN 378.
1999 FALCON FORTE
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY 2 To Choose From, Low Km, 1 Yr Rego, Service History. NNQ 200.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Auto, Service History, 4x4, T-Bar. QVV 200.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY 6 Seater Wagon, Low Kms, Service History. RJO 836.
2004 HOLDEN ASTRA CITY
1997 CHRYSLER VOYAGER SE
1998 FALCON FUTURA
172 Fyans St, Sth Geelong
Ph: 5222 1606
Pics for illustrative purposes only. Prices subject to change without notice. E & OE.
ALL CARS MUST BE SOLD
RETIREMENT SALE DRIVEAWAY
Reduced 4 CYL
2003 NISSAN X-TRAIL
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY 7 Seater, Auto, Service History, As New Throughout. OGS 871.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Low Kms, Service Books, Immac Cond. PJM 027.
1999 FALCON FORTE
2000 TOYOTA COROLLA
2000 VX HOLDEN COMMODORE EXEC
V6, A/C, P/S, 5SP. SHX-272
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Dual Fuel, Service History, Alloy Wheels, Rear Spoiler. QIP 422.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY 12 Month Rego, Low Kms, Service History. QOO 407.
2007 MITSUBISHI 2003 MITSUBISHI LANCER ES MAGNA
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Low Kms, Service History, Immac Cond, Great To Drive. QMM 427.
2003 PEUGEOT 607
1997 FORD FALCON FUTURA WAGON
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Low Km, Service History, Manual. SRX 425.
5 Sp Diesel, A/C, P/S. ROT 096
1986 TOYOTA HIACE CAMPERVAN
Auto, Dual Fuel. OSU-522
RETIREMENT SALE… not long to go now!
$10,490 DRIVE $6,490 AWAY INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Immaculate Condition. UZQ 374.
FINANCE AVAILABLE T.A.P.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Leather Interior, Alloys Wheels, Service History, Rego til July. SXD 974.
INCL RWC & 1 YEAR WARRANTY Auto, Top Of Line Model, Prestige Motoring At A Bargain Price. 730 MSH
344 La Trobe Terrace, Geelong Vic 3220 LMCT 11014 Phone 03 5221 6661 CHECK OUT MORE CARS AT
Connecting people and communities
Page 38 Friday, 9 November, 2012
Big range of vehicles for any purpose at Truck Car B
9 Gordon Ave, Geelong West P. 5221 8877
Michael Clements at work in the TintMaster workshop.
25-years of quality tint protection for cars, occupants
FORD OWNERS For servicing and repairs with manufacturer’s warranty not affected see Geelong’s Ford Specialist.
TINTMASTER is an independent Geelong business that has been providing the best in window tinting from its Gordon Ave premises for more than 25 years. TintMaster’s range of automotive window tinting films is carefully selected from the best manufacturers around the world to offer state-of-the-art solar protection, durability and appearance. Customers gain both lasting quality and value for money from the very best window tinting for cars and homes. But owner Dave Kershaw says it’s not just the film that matters. “With window tinting it’s important not only what the film is but how it’s applied and the care that’s taken in the finishing process.” “It takes a special kind of person to keep up to date with the latest application techniques and to maintain the critical attention to detail necessary to ensure the quality finish of a TintMaster window tint.” The TintMaster team comprises these special people, with more than 60 years of expertise, enthusiasm and craftsmanship. To top it all off, all the work is done in a modern, air-conditioned workshop with the latest technology and equipment. The choice is clear for anyone seeking the most effective way of enhancing the appearance of a vehicle while protecting both driver and passengers. “When you want your car to look great and you want to get the best value for money, come and see us at TintMaster,” says Dave. Anyone who calls TintMaster this week on 5221 8877 and mention this arrticle will receive a $50 discount on the quoted price of the full vehicle tint in the latest Ultra Carbon.
8 Maxwell Ave, Belmont 472880-RMB15-11
Also specialising in Jaguar & Land Rover
9 Mechanics 9 Auto Parts & Accessories 9 Panel Beaters 9 Tyres Get your FREE iPhone App now Search ‘Easy Finder’
Truck Car Rentals has all types of vehicles for hire.
Phone: (03) 5249 6700 www.easyfinder.com.au
• Automotive • Industrial • Marine We can help with your next project! We can match the colour of your car in an aerosol can, or even supply everything you need for a complete restoration.
34 Autumn St St, G’West
Search 10,000 local businesses with...
BMW & 9 Autumn St, Geelong West www.huntercuthill.com.au
European Vehicle Service Specialists
RENAULT U - PEUGEOT UG OT CITROEN
215 Station Street, Corio www.truckcarrentals.com.au firstname.lastname@example.org
- Factory trained technicians - Factory level diagnostics
T J B “The dealer alternative”
GEELONG 5275 8288 COLAC 5231 1966
N E W H Y B R I D N A N O T E C H N O L O G Y
WHETHER it’s for business or pleasure, Truck Car Rentals has transport requirements covered. Truck Car Rentals has an extensive range of vehicles to suit a variety of requirements, owner Graeme says. “Being a small local operation, our prices are more competitive than bigger companies. “Plus, we can offer a high level of customer service because we know the local needs.” Truck Car Rentals recently expanded its fleet to include 46 seater buses, adding to its 12 and 22 seaters. “A lot of schools around Geelong use our services when they need extra buses,” Graeme says. “We have a lot of local clubs and groups hire the smaller buses as well as families for get togethers or outings.” Truck Car Rentals has several enclosed trucks suitable for do-it-yourself removals, requiring only a car licence. Truck Car Rentals has everything up to prime movers and trailers, great for logistics businesses trying to cope with extra demand. A range of light commercials and vans, tray trucks, cars and single-axle trailers for the weekend handyman are also available. “Our rates are lower during the week so that adds flexibility to small businesses vehicle requirements,” Graeme says. “If your vehicle is in for a service or repairs, Truck Car Rentals has the answer. “Whatever your needs, we can assist in finding the right vehicle for the job.” Truck Car Rentals is at 215 Station St, Corio, phone 5275 8288 or visit truckcarrentals.com.au.
Cars Trucks Vans Utes Buses
WE ARE HERE
5/131 Fyans St, Geelong South PH: 5229 1928 Email: email@example.com
VW &Specialists AUDI - Factory trained technicians - Factory level diagnostics
Ph: 5222 2555 43 Autumn St, Geelong West www.europeautomotive.com.au
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 39
0416 159 779
Tony 0417 350 435
For a job well done. Est 1995 Rental and Vacate Cleans available Domestic, Commercial Good rates, reliable service Free Quotes available Call Heather
0457 298 787
✔ House Slabs ✔ Terrazzo Restoration
0423 427 764
AFFORDABLE FENCING BY BASIC FENCING Specialising in • Paling • Colorbond • Merbau Free Quote with the right price advice
Call Charlie 0413 580 990 or 5255 5749
COLORBOND • Cheapest price • All work guaranteed
Di Pasquale Concreting ✔ All types of paving ✔ Commercial work
Concreting Concreting EZY
Kim braiser 5254 2857 Mobile 0418 376 820
Rec No. 16943
Phone Shaun on 0425 744 010
0418 525 970
FREE SHOP AT HOME SERVICE Expert laying of new and used carpet, restretching and repairs Carpet Cleaning Flood Restoration NO JOB TOO SMALL
NEW CARPET DIRECT FROM LAYER
0404 022 952
Phone: 5255 4366 Fax: 5255 4388 Mobile: 0408 547 129
SMALL JOBS WELCOME
Just Brilliant Cleaning
Bricklaying - Paving Maintenance & Repairs
Servicing Geelong, the Surf Coast & Bellarine Peninsula Quality workmanship Call Grant Finlayson
LESS FOR CASH
Masonry & Green
Steve 0408 365 216
ANY TYPE OF CONCRETING PHONE BRAD: 0412 623 683 firstname.lastname@example.org
All Domestic & Commercial Work All Work Guaranteed 24Hr Emergency Service Pensioner Discounts
Fencing & Gates
Coloured • Plain • Exposed • Patterned • Spray On • Factories • Sheds
ADI Electrical Services
All types of electrical work. No job too small. Free Quotes. Pensioner Discounts.
• Curtains • Lace • Custom Made Tracks • Pelmets • Valances • Timber Panel • Venetians • Awnings • Verticals • Motorised Blinds
Call Roy - 0432 790 737 or Email email@example.com www.completewindowconcepts.com.au
Prompt Service No Job Too Small
• Exposed Aggregate • 30 yrs Experience • FREE QUOTES
SPECIALISING IN ALL TYPES OF BLINDS
GEELONG OWNED & OPERATED
Domestic & Commercial For an obligation free quote call
Phone Kayla 0411 515 451
Blinds & Curtains
2 Rooms $50 3 Rooms & Hallway or Rug $59 4 Rooms & Hallway $69 Fully insured. All work fully guaranteed. STEAM CLEANING or DRY CLEANING
13 26 13
CALL y US NOW! l n o B a t h r o o m s 0401 517 954
Want a FREE quote?
ABN 87 528 382 148
Free quotes 0449 181 975
Residential Commercial Move Out / Exit Cleans Windows SpringClean SameDay Response
1800 427193 C927182-JL20-11
WEST COAST PRESSURE CLEANING
Andy’s Carpet Steam Clean Carpets, Curtains, Lounge Suites Free deodorising. Quick dry method.
Let Us Do Your Homework
Professional Carpet Cleaning
Tired of your outdated bathroom?
• NEW HOMES • RENOVATIONS • EXTENSIONS • FRAME • LOCK-UP • FIX-OUTS • CARPORTS • DECKS • PERGOLAS • GENERAL MAINTENANCE
the best COSTS LESS than you think
complete window concepts
0424 529 926
tCarports tPergolas tVerandahstDecks tPatiostCafe Blinds tFixed price guarantee tYour satisfaction assured
Improve your life Improve your lifestyle
Friendly reliable service & Fully Insured Call Charmaine or Jason for a free quote:
Bathroom & Kitchens
KLS RENOVATION / BUILDING CONTRACTORS
SCOTT BOYD 0409 826 705
Ph KPS on 5221 1030
to use anyone but the best.
CALL NOW FOR A FREE QUOTE
• Home & Holiday Home Cleaning • End of Lease Cleaning •Window Cleaning •Vacuuming & General Cleaning • Rubbish Removal & Gutter Cleaning
For all types of asbestos products Type A & B. Prompt Service FREE QUOTES
Life’s too short...
Valiant Home Cleaning
PH: Scotty 0400 211 961
0418 338 720
0412 991 933
Call us for your brand new or renovating needs. We are experienced and friendly and specialize in bathrooms, timber structures, deckings, concrete works, and all general building work.
ASBESTOS REMOVALS AND CONSULTANTS
Using Lysaght Colorbond Structural Beams or Timber Framework • Garages • Carports • Pergolas • Decking Ph/Fax 5255 5535
Registered Building Practioner – DB-U 3946 Master Builder M3 122
Outdoor living and Entertainment Areas
0418 357 092 firstname.lastname@example.org
• Renovations & Extensions • Bathrooms • Verandahs • Decks • Tiling • General Carpentry • Free Quotes • Fully Insured
• PROFESSIONAL DOMESTIC • COMMERCIAL CLEANING • WINDOW CLEANING • CAR CLEANING • BUILDERS CLEANS • HIGH PRESSURE WASHING FOR HOMES
Best Rates Guaranteed
ac A s b e s t o s C l e a r A w a y a Specialist in all types of Domestic and ac Commercial Asbestos removal a FREE QUOTES ac 5282 5099 / 0419 886 018 a
Ph: Steve 5256 1887, 0438 561 887
Deb & Di
• Locally made digital antennas • Ampliﬁers • Digital set top boxes • TV, phone and data points • Latest digital test equipment • Home theatre systems • Free Quotes • 5 year guarantee
All work guaranteed For professional & friendly service
Steve Pyle Antennas
Ph: 0409 418C1060953-KG45-12 070
• CUSTOM DESIGNED • QUALITY MATERIALS
131 546 www.jimsantennas.com.au
Call Mick 0407 447 033
DECKS & PERGOLAS DECK RESTORATION
M&M’sWA HIGH PRESSURE RESSURE WASHING • Pool/Patio Areas • Brick Cleaning
For obligation free measure & quote CALL 1800 676 448
Same Day Response Local Technicians All 100% Guaranteed Home Theatre Installations FREE on-site Signal Test and Quote Government Endorsed Installers
Your Cleaner 131 546
• Driveway/Paths • Decking Paving • House Washdowns
DIGITAL TV SPECIALISTS
Rob 0439 785 703
>Digital Reception >Free Quotes - Servicing all Areas > All work guaranteed >Satellite Installation >Wi ﬁ Networks > Difﬁcult Reception Areas >Home Theatre Systems >Telescopic Masting 20-50ft
We custom build to your budget
CARPORTS - VERANDAHS PERGOLAS - DECKS - PVC BLINDS * TIMBER * STEEL * COLORBOND
0418 593 220
•FREE QUOTES & ADVICE •EXTRA POINTS •AMPLIFIERS (BOOSTERS) •DIGITAL ANTENNAS •LATEST DIGITAL TEST EQUIPMENT
Prompt Service. No job too small
Nick 0403 496 007, Joe 0402 015 506
Local Operator – Security screened Fully Insured – Free Quotes www.jimscleaning.net.au
& ns Plarmits Pe
Domestic & commercial – Home – Offices Kindergartens – Medical Centres – Builders Cleans – Vacates –Spring Cleans – Once Off – Ovens Enviro Friendly Cleaning Products.
Call our Classiﬁeds team now on 1300 666 808 for terms and conditions.
• Garage Floors • Extensions • House Slabs Specialising in exposed aggregate and colour concrete.
Phone Jason on 0425 762 437
Recommend a mate and, if they take up as least 4 weeks advertising in our trade’s directory, both you and your mate will receive one week of advertising FREE. Plus… to thank you for introducing your mate, we will organise a FREE business proﬁle to give your business more exposure.
N& J Concreting • Driveways • Crossovers • Paths
More Than Just Cleaning
• Landscaping • Hole Boring • Concrete, Dirt & Rubbish Removal • Cut & Fill • Various Size Machines • Fully Licensed & Insured Free Quotes, No job to big or to small
EXCAVATOR, BOBCAT & TIP TRUCK HIRE
Driveways, Paths, Slabs, Carparks, Exposed, Coloured & Stencilled.
FREE S QUOTE
Sal 0410 272 917 email@example.com
For all types of Fencing in the Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula area.
➤ Palings ➤ Pickets
➤ Gates ➤ Colorbond
All manufactured locally
➤ Powdercoated ➤ Balustrades Competitive Rates
Call for a free quote on 5253 1750, 0412 545 183, 0411 272 080
269651-TJ45-4 C269651-KK26-8 C753886-MD1-10
Call: 1300 666 808
Trades & Services
Place your advert now... 1300 666 808
Connecting people and communities
Page 40 Friday, 9 November, 2012
JAMES GARDENING SERVICES Phone James 0419 880 727
GKM HOME MAINTENANCE
or 5241 4889 AH
FIRST LANDSCAPES NO JOB TOO SMALL
F Fix Rite
0408 0408 599 424 599 FREE424 CALL OUT CERTIFICATE IN LANDSCAPING
GARDEN REJUVENATIONS AND PRE SALE CLEAN UPS PAVING TURF LAYING ROCK WORK
Renovations, Make-over, Repairs, Installs & Pre-purchase inspections
$110 PER HOUR / TWO MEN
Get relocated Cheap.
RON’S MOOLAP MOVES. Door-to-door. *Geelong only . Conditions apply.
No more to pay. Call Ron 0423 857 599. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NO JOB TOO SMALL HANDYMAN Inside and Outside Maintenance Honest, Trustworthy & Reliable Contact Scott for on time,Free quote
0419 523 330 TAC approved
• Carpentry • Plumbing • Light Fittings • Plastering • Painting • Landscaping • All Building & Garden Repairs
P H O N E F O R A F R E E Q U OT E 0417 263 624 OR 5244 1558
MOWING / RIDE ON GARDEN & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE PRUNING / HEDGES MULCHING WEED CONTROL RUBBISH REMOVAL Geelong, Torquay, Jan Juc & Anglesea
MENTION THIS ADVERT & RECEIVE $10 OFF ANY GARDEN MAINTENANCE
Call Jason or Charmaine on: 0424 529 926
BUDGET LANDSCAPES Mention this ad for a 10% Discount No job too small! Call Richard 0430 119
free quotes wallpapering painting no job too small David 0439 991 552
SPOUTING & DOWNPIPES REPLACED • Hot water service change over • Leaking Taps & Toilets • New homes & Renovations, rainwater tank installations Gasﬁtting, repairs and service & all general plumbing
☎ David Lafranchi 0408 146 270 Prompt & Reliable Service
LIC NO 49068
Precision Plumbing Lic. No. 42245 All Plumbing and Gas ﬁtting • Sewer Blockages • “For good old fashioned service at affordable rates” Enquiries: 0402
341 967 or 5278 4697
Geordie Painter Andrew Lambert ABN 73 464 976 149
• 33 Years Experience • All Aspects of Painting • No Job too Big or too Small
0430 318 258
• Paving • Retaining Walls • Decks • Pergolas • Turf • Garden Beds • Fences
PONDS PLUMBING & GASFITTING
DPS David’s Painting Service
VALIANT LAWN & HOME MAINTENANCE
FULLY INSURED – FREE QUOTES
PAINTING & MAINTENANCE
13 11 98
Specialising in the sale and installation of • Hydronic heating • Unit changeovers • Evaporative Cooling • Split systems • Gas ducted heating • Nobo panels Please telephone or visit our new showroom for a no obligation free in home appraisal. Suite4, Level 1, 186-192 Latrobe Tce, Geelong 5224 2911
Professional “Licensed” Tradesman Specializing in all Industry Aspects DONE ONCE DONE RIGHT Phone Cain or Cheryl Nash All Work Guaranteed 5242-8166
RELIABLE QUALITY SERVICE COMPETITIVE RATES Fast free quotes Stu 0421 557 488 / Phil 0432 680 539 Ph: 5261 4218 E: email@example.com
Mowing Garden Makeovers Pruning Hedges Mulching Weeding Handyman Odd Jobs Rubbish Removal Fence Repairs End of Lease Clean-ups
One call, all trades
Lic. 40768 • General Plumbing • New Homes/Renovations • Gas Appliance Servicing & Installations • Pensioner discounts 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICE Phone 0457 042 083
C & C ORIGINALS
Phone Rod 0404 684 005
Highlight Painting Interior & Exterior
❖ FREE quotes all area ❖ Pensioner Discount ❖ Quality Service
Sam 0402 310 506 or 5275 3897
Ph: 5229 2517
Mob: 0417 314 987
• Lawn Mowing • Cabinet Makers • Rubbish Removal • Pergolas, Decks • Gutter Cleaning • Carpets Layed • Tilers-Pavers • Roof Repairs • Tree Lopping • Window Cleaners • Appliance Repairs
MSW PLUMBING SERVICE
0419 203 866 or 5251 2846
• SPECIALIST HEDGE TRIMMING • GARDEN REJUVENATIONS • PRE SALE CLEAN UPS
• Handymen • Painters • Gardeners • Electricians • Concreters • Carpenters • Plumbers • Pest Control • Bricklayers • Plasterers
CERTIFIC ATE IN L A N DS C A PING
FOR ALL YOUR GARDENING NEEDS
Small Jobs Welcome! Pensioner Discounts Ring John for a no obligation quote
Skilled, courteous, trustworthy tradesmen trustworhy tradesmen
0426 787 789
Call Simon 0468 839 619
Push & Ride-on Edges Included
Taking the ‘sigh’ out of your household chores • Rubbish Removal • Fencing and Gardening • Door Locks and Repair • Tiling and Plastering • Interior Painting • Water Damage Repair • General Maintenance and Emergency Repair
A LAWN TO MOW
Si’s HANDYMAN SERVICE
Call 0432 061 072
Ph: 5229 2517
LANDSCAPING & PAVING • Small to Medium Jobs • Retaining Walls • Paving • Landscaping • 26 Years Experience
Licence No 37785
Same day service
RETAINING WALLS GARDEN DESIGN
Mob: 0417 314 987
Commercial and Domestic. All Areas
1300 135 495
Phone Ian on 0434 092 517
Mr. Tap Man • All Types of Maintenance Plumbing • Leaking Taps and Cisterns • Suppliers and fitters of Tapware and Water Filters • Hot water service change over LOCALLY OWNED MARK PODBURY
• Paving • Retaining Walls • Stone Work • Garden Beds • Mulching • Turf
FULLY INSURED, DONE RITE, RITE PRICE
David: 0428 953 416
0419 894 442
• Bird Control • Trapping • Other Deterents
• Gutters Cleared • Rubbish Removed
• General Pest Control • Spiders • Ants • Rodents • Bees & Wasps
• Painting • Bathroom Renovations • Pergolas
TRENNED PTY LTD TRADING AS
• FLOOR SANDING • POLISHING NEW AND OLD FLOORS • PARQUETRY • TIMBER DECKING • DUSTLESS TECHNOLOGY • SUPPLY & LAY
Ph: 0498 579 446 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fellnerlandscaping.com.au
Contact Georg for a free quote and consultation 7 days a week
• rental property repairs & maintenance • carpentry • tiling • pergolas • kitchen & bathroom renovations • locks/doors • plastering • painting • concreting • rubbish removal FREE QUOTES ALL AREAS & FULLY INSURED • CREDIT CARD FACILITIES
Start 10%Immediate OFF ALL JOBS
Domestic & Commercial
DESIGN I CONSTRUCTION I MAINTENANCE
PETER 0425 729 603 Ph/Fax 5250 4646 Gateway HOME MAINTENANCE
• Carpentry • Kitchens • Tiling
seaview Painting Services 0439 858 298
Pivot Pest Services
“For excellence in quality and professional service”
Allan: 0401 989 120 Kev: 0413 159 435
CHRIS: 0438 770 916
Jeremy 0412 447 404
MORE than just mowing!
All aspects of Landscaping
DUSTLESS TECHNOLOGY Non toxic coatings available
Complete Garden Makeovers
NEW AND OLD FLOORS
CRT FLOORS FLOOR SANDING AND POLISHING SH HIN ING
C1031950-JJ21-12 C738193 C 3 38193 38 381 8 93 81 3 SH43 SH S SH43 H43 43 99
5278 4811 0408 662 687 147 100 4811,/ 0438
Creating your perfect space
Floor Sanding & Polishing
0427 943 417 email@example.com
Gardening, Rubbish removal, Gutters cleared, landscaping, Expert pruning, Mulching, Ride-on mowing
Floor Services Dustless Machines New & Old Floors Free Quotes Quality Guaranteed
Professional painting services On time, any time Quality work assured 20 years’ experience
0412 594 991
CLEAN UP AROUND THE HOME
es c hi s FranNow le il a b Ava
• Landscaping & Garden Creations • Retaining Walls • Decking • Paving • Feature Screens • Brick & Garden Edging
• Insurance work • Security doors
0424 386 398
DOM DIMASI LANDSCAPES
Lawn mowing & general gardening, pruning & rubbish removal
Specialising in: Paling Picket Merbau Gates made to order Demolition & Removal
& steel gates WOMBAT • &Wrought fencing Steel fabrication IRON •• Trailer repairs 10 Bayldon Court, Breakwater
Fencing & Gates
Call: 1300 666 808
Trades & Services
Place your advert now... 1300 666 808
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 41
Ph 5249 6700 Or Fax 5945 0667
Plumber & GasďŹ tter
Telephone: 1300 666 808
â€˘ Have your gas heating tested for carbon monoxide leakage â€˘ Blocked drains cleared â€˘ Hot water changeovers â€˘ Re-roofs & spouting
131 546 TO BOOK A BIN
Call Ed for a free quote
Phone 0427 700 997
Scotsco Skylights See our range of skylights & ventilation systems, visit
www.scotscoskylights.com.au Call Adrian on 0409 823 177 or 5261 7515
ROOF SKYLIGHTS SPECIALS 30% OFF
â€˘ CLEANING â€˘ REPAIRS â€˘ PAINTING
0418 524 416
QUOTES â€˘ Rebedding Recolouring Colorbond Roofs Competitive Prices. Pensioner Discounts â€˘ Repointing
â˜Ž John 0417 505 234 - 5277 9248
F QU REE OT ES
Lay My Tiles
Specialising in slate, ceramic, porcelain, mosaic, bathrooms, ďŹ‚oors etc.
No job too big or too small. Ph: Clint 0438
PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICES Tree /Stump Removal, Pruning or Reductions Hedges, Cable Bracing, Root Barriers, Mulching
Call Rory 0429 040 121 www.rsnrooďŹ ng.com.au
ES UOT EE Q
0408 521 806 bobcat also available
Servicing all areas 7 days a week. Household rubbish, renovators, builders 2, 3, 4 & 6 METRE BINS AVAILABLE Call to compare our prices
CHAIRS, kitchen, colonial, wooden. $130. 5221-2501. Newtown.
ASSORTED, sofabed, 3 seater, armchair, 4 chairs, solid timber, new upholstery, can deliver. $245 lot. 5247-3201.
COMMODE CHAIR, cane, VGC. $120. 5243-1869
COMPUTER, HP, dual core, 2.7GHZ, 2GB ram, two DVDRW, six USB, 320GB HD, Windows Vista, 22â€? screen, keyboard, mouse. $200. 0438 513 974. DINING SETTING, pine stained, extension table, 8 chairs, suede upholstery, VGC. $400. 0438 782 022. Bell Park. DINING TABLE, Travertine, 1950 x 1000, as new. $950. 5259-2625. Port Arlington.
DOG KENNELS â€“ ALL SIZES Solid timber, insulated Colorbond roof. Ex lge suit Shepherd $150 Lge suit big Lab $125 Med $90 Sm $50
BEDROOM SUITE, children's bed, mattress, dressing table with mirror, bedside table and desk, all purple, GC. $1,800ono. 0422 875 738. Highton. BILLIARD TABLE, 8x4, slate, includes accessories plus extra set of balls, as new. $1,250. 5243-1869.
DOG KENNELS, small, medium, large and extra large. 5248-6610.
D R AW I N G / D R A F T I N G BOARD, timber base, green ďŹ nish top, includes parallel line. $180. 52583535. Point Lonsdale.
BLIND, pull down, warm beige, ďŹ t window 1800 x 1000, GC. $49.95ono. 0407 513 494.
DRESSING TABLE, Queen Anne, winged mirrors, mahogany, 70 years old, $299. 52752249.
BLINDS, 10, Ecowood, white, venetians, various widths, all 2.1m high, EC. $200 the lot. 5259-3153.
EMBROIDERY MACHINE, Bernina, new still in box. $999. 0435 330 858. Norlane.
Place your advert now... 1300 666 808
FURNITURE, 1 X TV unit, 1 x coffee table, 1 x lamp table, dark chocolate, all EC. $700 the lot. 0409 789 322, Essendon.
GARDEN HOSE, Nylex, ideal for Hobby farm, 100m long on mobile metal reel and stand with ďŹ tting, GC. $300. 0438 782 022.
KITCHEN, complete, 4m x 2.5m x 3m, GC. $2,000. 0422 188 800. LAZY SUSAN, chrome, large size with drawers, suitable for corner cupboard, never used. $120. 5259-3153
LIFT CHAIR, electric, remote control, Lazyboy (Roth Newton) , near new, still under warranty, Hunter green leather. $1,200ono. 0407 846 207.
LOUNGE SUITE, corner, beige/cream material, Scotchgard protection, 2yo, perfect condition with slight sun-fading on back, 3690mmL x 2900mmH x 1040mmD. Very regrettable sale. Paid $3,600. Sell $2,400. 0409 789 322, Koo Wee Rup. LOUNGE, ďŹ‚oral, wing back, two chairs, two seater settee. $140. 52212501. Newtown. MICROWAVE OVEN, family size, GC. $40. 5277-0410.
MOBILITY SCOOTER, Electric, 4 wheel, Strider, EC, new batteries. $900. Ph 5229-8379. Herne Hill.
PIANO, attractive, highly polished, dark walnut, medium size, 120H x 146W, lovely mellow sound. $2,890 ono, must sell. Phone 5251-3091, Clifton Springs. PLANT SALE, from $1. Yuccas Variegated, New Zealand Flax, Liriope, Clivea, Tropicana, Cannalily, Lily, $1, Spider plant $1, Succulents, $1. 5275-4505. POOL TABLE, 8â€™ x 4â€™, slate, EC, accessories included. $1,300. 0404 035 289. Geelong. SCOOTER, electric, 2 wheeler, GC, great for local run around, urgent sale, $500. 0417 494 649. SCOOTER, mobility, electric, 4 wheel, 40km range, brand new. $2,300. 0402 757 987. Lara. SCOOTER, Pride, 4 wheel, red, only used 6 times, includes charger. $2,800ono. 0407 846 207. SECURITY DOOR, new. $120ono. 5278-9167. Bell Park.
SHED, 6x7.5m, 3m tall, 10yo with new locks, 1 roller door, side door. $3,000ono. 0403 661 236.
SPINDLE SHAPING machine, 3 phase, with large range of cutters, retired cabinet maker. $5,000. 0422 058 120. Torquay. TRESTLES, for painter, x2, G. James, aluminium, 2.4 x 2m, used for one job only. Paid $1,100, sell $650. 5281-2138.
Turn your unwanted items into cash! Pay for an advertisement in our For Sale section and receive 3 free advertisements* in our For Sale section for items under $50. *Conditions Apply
TV LG, large, set top box, DVD player, EC, 2 remotes. $195ono. 52785756. North Geelong.
MOBILITY SCOOTER, hardly used, battery operated, EC. $2,500. Gary 0418 504 231. Leopold.
TV, Voxson, HD, 22â€™â€™, DVD, and tuner, new in box, $290. 5224-2735 or 0416 709 983. Geelong West.
Cash for Christmas?
FULLY INSURED, FREE QUOTES
â€˘ Tree Removal â€˘ Tree Pruning â€˘ Stump Grinding â€˘ Pensioner Discounts â€˘ Fully Insured
Then sell something you no longer need.
Repairs to both Laptop and Desktop systems. Data recovery and backup. Virus and Spyware removal.
Forget those Christmas money worries and turn all your unwanted items into cash. That old bed, the golf clubs, kidsâ€™ toys or the sewing machine! Place a Garage Sale or â€œUntil Soldâ€? advert in your local Star newspaper and count the cash as it rolls in.
We will fix it or itâ€™s free! www.pcdi.com.au 835909-KS34-10
QUALIFIED ROOF TILER WITH OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
AIR CONDITIONER, TCL, portable, as new, remote control. $375. 5243-6717.
BARBECUE, Gasmate Odyssey, hood, 2 S-shaped burners (equivalent to 6 straight), piezo ignition, cover, 4kg gas cylinder included. $170. 5255-4501.
Sales and service. Cheapest and best in town. Cool Cats Refrigeration. 18 Gordon Avenue, Geelong West. 5229-6246.
MOWER, Masport, with catcher, 4 stroke, Briggs and Stratton, EC. $225. 0408 673 658.
ROOF RESTORATIONS WITH ATTENTION TO DETAIL
â€˘ Roof Restorations/Painting â€˘ Roof Cleaning & Coating â€˘ Rebedding & Pointing â€˘ Roof Repairs â€˘ Fascia & Gutter â€˘ All Moss Removal
CARPET RUNNER, (8m), matching rug (2mx3m), EC, attractive. $400. 52419269, 0430 144 070. Belmont.
Tree Lopping/Surgery C753948-MD1-10
TILED OR TIN ROOFS CLEANED, FREE SEALED & PAINTED
LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.leesroof.com
Harvey Norman stores are operated by independent franchisees. Available only in NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT, SA & WA Metro areas. *1. Tech2Home Pty Limited ACN 105 020 906 is an independently owned and operated entity. Trademarks embodying the words â€œHarvey Normanâ€? are owned by Harvey Norman Retailing ACN 010 542 524 and used under licence by Tech2Home Pty Limited ACN 105 020 906.
Ph: 5244 4591 or 0418 714 674
OF ALL HOME ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTS â€˘ Fixed price jobs â€˘ Delivery and Installation â€˘ In-home demonstration â€˘ Removal of packaging â€˘ 12 month on-site warranty â€˘ Digital Antenna Installations
AIR CONDITIONER, portable, Dimplex, under warranty, as new. $800. 5242-8338. St Albans Park.
BED, single, timber, mattresses and bedding, with matching trundle. $55. 0425 784 715.
YOUR AREA NOW
BED, single, iron frame, blue colour, 1900 x 900cm, arched headrest 780cm, new, includes mattress, $120ono. 52242735 or 0416 709 983. Geelong West.
CEMENT - TERRACOTTA TILES - METAL Product 10 Year Warranty
ASSORTED, stove, gas/ electric, hotplates, oven, hot water system and gas heaters. From $120 to $500. 0422 188 800.
MOUNTAIN BIKE, ladies, 24 gears, Sedona, hardly used, paid $720, sell $290. 5248-7029, 0425 703 798. St Albans Park.
HOUSE BRICKS, $220 for 1000. Phone James 0407 361 047. Norlane.
Find a Job... 1300 666 808
And to save you even more money for Christmas, up until 7th December, we will give one lucky advertiser the chance to win the cost of their advert back each week.
78 Mercer Street, Geelong
COMPUTER TUITION GRANDKIDS trying to teach you at high speed? Want to learn at your pace? Please call Gillian 5244-5182, 0427 003 422.
Thatâ€™s right, place your Garage Sale or â€œUntil Soldâ€? advert and go into the draw to win back the cost of your advert! That gives you even more Cash for Christmas!
Aqua Computers â– â– â– â– â– â– â–
To place your advert call Classifieds on 1300 666 808 or visit one of our offices.
Sales Upgrades Onsite & Workshop Service & Repairs Networking Internet I-Repairs ph: 5229 1357 273a Myers St, East Geelong
1 8 42 1 1 50205 00 0474 6
( 3 4 55 0
t All roof repairs t Guttering & insurance quotes t 10 year guarantee t Free quotes
t Cement & terracotta restorations t Cleaning, pointing & rebedding t Re-coating t Moss removal treatment
!"" !#!$"!%"& $' ()*+ , ) -. / 0 1
FREE, garden soil, good quality, freshly dug, no weeds, many cubic metres. 5223-2407.
GOLF CLUBS, with bag and buggy, $155 ono. 5282-1437 or 0433 735 606. Lara.
Real Estate - Wednesday 1pm Trades Directory â€“ Monday 5pm Classifieds â€“ Wednesday 2pm Wheel & Deal â€“ Tuesday 5pm
1.5% credit card processing fee applies. Cheques and money orders can be posted or hand delivered to our offices.
Shower Screens & Repairs
CALL CHRIS FOR YOUR FREE QUOTE!
WE ACCEPT PAYMENT BY
0413 754 117
and phone number. Geelong Independent, Attn: Classified Advertising, P.O. Box 407, Geelong 3220 address and phone number email@example.com
QualiďŹ ed Roof Tiler Cement and Terracotta Restorations Re-bedding and Pointing De-mossing and High-pressure Cleaning All Roof Repairs
Mail: Include your name, address
Email: Include your name, We load it for you!
3 3 3 3 3
Geelong First Floor, 78 Moorabool St ITS EASY TO PLACE - GELBTHEASY
Fax: 5945 0667, 5222 5320 In Person:
â€˘ Locally owned and operated â€˘ 2m3, 3m3, 4m3, 6m3 and 8m3 skip bins â€˘ Bins with wheelbarrow access doors â€˘ Prompt professional service â€˘ Operate 7 days a week CALL
FRIDGES, FREEZERS, W/M AND DRYERS
(local call) 8.30am-6pm
Ph: Steve Kelly 5241 3141, 0408 525 181 or Bill (son) 0421 823 801
It's easy to place a classified advertisement in the
Trades & Services
Go on, place your advert today... and get Cash for Christmas!
CA$H FOR CHRISTMAS
Connecting people and communities
Page 42 Friday, 9 November, 2012
Deadline: 2pm Wednesdays
ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE
SEWING MACHINE, treadle, Wertheim, early 1900, VGC. $450. 52434000.
TABLE, round cedar, Victorian, centre column. 120cm - 4ft, seats 6-8, VGC. $600. 5243-7517. Highton. TABLE, with four chairs, laminex, green and cream, 1950’s style, GC. $300. 5243-4000.
HOUSE CLEANER. Experienced, reliable and with references and ABN. Good hourly rate. Call Kerryn 0401 915 540.
WANTED, cow manure and spoilt hay. Phone 0428 941 587.
WANTED TO BUY $$$ ATTENTION $$$
RESUMES /EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
BAY TREE, in large pot. $30. 5241-9310.
If you are interested, please call
McHarry’s Buslines Pty. Ltd. is a major provider of public transport in the Geelong region. We are seeking a bus body repairer to join our maintenance team.
1300 558 348
QUIT CIGARETTES, in 60 minutes, with a lifetime guarantee. Also weight loss and gastric band hypnosis. Phone Joy 0400 573 369.
EDEN PARK RESIDENTIAL AGED CARD We have the following positions available: QUALITY COORDINATOR and EEN. 1993
LOST, metal mesh ramp for back of box trailer, 130cm L x 25 cm W. Lost Saturday 3/11/12 on road between Ceres and Norlane. 0426 787 789.
MASSAGE THERAPISTS SWEDISH RELAXATION MASSAGE, Werribee, 7 days, 10am-8pm. Cost $40 per hour. Call 0425 805 090.
MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS PIANO, GC. $490. 0498 243 077. Geelong West.
Supplying to Aged Care, Public and Private Hospitals in your Area
COMMUNITY CARE DISABILITY SUPPORT WORKER We are seeking caring, responsible people for community care work in the Geelong/ Barwon area. 1988
We Need You!
FIRST CALL HEALTH
Simply the best pay rates eg: Pub. hosp. W/End N/Duty RN2.10 $70 EEN 2.8 $52 PCA $36 (Priv. Hosp. more) Call Today 1300 369 206 or online www.caringforyou.net.au
Due to business growth we require: REGISTERED NURSES, ENROLLED NURSES & PERSONAL CARERS. 1987
DIPLOMA QUALIFIED CHILDCARE WORKER (POSITION 1)
We are seeking a Lifestyle Coordinator with experience in planning, implementing and assessing a comprehensive Lifestyle Program for our residents. 1989
We are seeking a part-time Qualiﬁed Educator who holds a Diploma in Childcare to join our team of dedicated professional’s. The candidate must be passionate, dedicated and enjoy working with all ages in the early years sector. We are situated in the Herne Hill area.
HOSPITALITY, TRAVEL AND TOURISM COOK WANTED Casual hours available for a cook to assist in Surf Coast cafe/bar/restaurant. 1984
VOLUNTARY WORK OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
We are seeking a full time Educational Leader this position will consist of : • Overseeing and mentoring the staff in relation to programming NQF AND ELYF. Must be extremely knowledgeable in both areas.
Assist with ofﬁce and reception duties. 1983
CITY OF GREATER GEELONG PUBLIC NOTICES
GARDENER We are seeking support for the ongoing maintenance of the garden area in our facility. 1982
For information on all City of Greater Geelong Public Notices, see pages 8 and 9 of today's paper.
– Applicants must hold: • Diploma in Children’s Services • Current Level 2 First Aid Check, C.P.R, Asthma and Anaphylaxis • Working with Children’s check
Have fun and enjoy our team supporting adults with a disability in community and centre based recreational activities. 1981
CLASSROOM SUPPORT Do you have two hours a week to be part of a team supporting adults with a disability? 1980
Above award hourly rate offered – conditions apply.
For an interview please phone Santina on 0405 719 152 or email your resume to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Accompany someone with MS on a fortnightly basis. 1978
AGED CARE SUPPORT Assist staff to provide satisfying craft activities for a small group of frail aged persons whilst carers are at work. 1977
Published by: Star News Group. Print Post 31027900004 C1009463-PJ8-12
FOUND, black and white, male, (not de sexed), not micro chipped, no tags, is wearing collar. Norlane West area. 5275-1160.
HEALTHCARE & MEDICAL
Audited Circulation 90,649 (Sep. 2011) 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
SITUATIONS VACANT ABLE TO START NOW ??? PC/Mail Order from home. $2k-$5k. (03) 8671-2990.
Find a Job... 1300 666 808
Hartley TS18-21 Y.C. Inc Come along, bring the family. Enjoy a FREE Sailing experience on Corio Bay. Yachts, Life Jackets, experienced Skippers and Crew will take you on 1/2-1 hour cruise. A variety of Trailable Yachts will be available for you to sail on from St Helens Boat Ramp, Swinburne Street, North Geelong, 10am-4pm, Sunday 11th November 2012.
Eden Park Residential Aged Care 31-33 Thompson Street, Whittington, Vic, 3219 Our modern fully accredited facility in Whittington caters for 90 residents. We are committed to delivering a high standard of resident focused care in a friendly and supportive team environment. We have the following positions available:
SUPPORT PERSONNEL Provide Guest care and comfort, food preparation, day hospice activities. 1974
RETAIL SALES ASSISTANT Assist with Retail Sales. 1973
WALKING BUDDY Walking Buddy required to assist a blind lady living in Highton, Geelong. 1972
Drive a 12 seater bus two or three times a month on a Thursday evening. 1971
YOUTH SUPPORT WORKER 200 artistic opportunities to assist in educational and leisure weekly activities. 1970
QUALITY COORDINATOR / EN Knowledge and experience in the Accreditation process, Aged Care Standards, Quality, Auditing and the Continuous Improvement Process. This position is for 2 days per week, 0900–1700 hrs.
The Unit Leader is an adult volunteer who works with girls and young women. 1976
BUS DRIVER – 12 SEATER
BREAKFAST SUPPORT C1061223-PJ45-12
Email: email@example.com Managing Editor: Tony Galpin Sales Manager: Bernard Perry Production Manager: Chris Beale Managing Director: Paul Thomas
Commercial cleaning, experience essential. 1992
and Trafﬁc Control. 1991
Provide nutritional breakfast for students in need in a friendly atmosphere. 1969
GROVEDALE GRAPEVINE MARKETER Visit local businesses offering affordable targeted advertising. 1968
Day and evening shifts available plus relieving shifts. Must be available alternate weekends. All applicants must have Aged Care experience. Current police check essential.
Assist with all aspects of kitchen hygiene. 1967
HANDYPERSON- GROUNDSKEEPER Assist with the maintenance of our grounds & garden areas. 1966
SHOP ASSISTANT- PET SHOP
Please email your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist our agency and our fostering program through our retail shop. 1965
COMMUNITY VISITOR Support people living in aged care facilities, to create opportunities for much needed
Cash for Christmas?
Place a Garage Sale or “Until Sold” advert
CA$H FOR CHRISTMAS
LOST & FOUND
Tourism, Hospitality (Kitchen Ops, Commercial Cookery), Cleaning Ops, White Card
Experience in a similar role is desirable; however candidates with relevant skills in metal fabrication, sheet metal or ﬁbreglass body work may apply.
Reg. Ofﬁce - 78 Moorabool St., Geelong 3220 Ph: 5249 6700 Fax: 5249 6799
EDUCATION & TRAINING
EDUCATIONAL LEADER 2IC (POSITION 2) CLINICAL HYPNOTHERAPIST LOSE WEIGHT NOW! STOP SMOKING NOW!!
3 rooms and hall. Phone Tony 0423 473 595.
depot and on site. 1961
Housekeeping Staff; Previous experience in a similar role required. 1985
P.O. Box 407, Geelong 3220
Little River workshop require a qualiﬁed Mechanic or Diesel Mechanic to work at
Unfair Dismissal No Win - No Fee
HOME SERVICES $60
Tonne Moxi Operators. 1986
BUS BODY REPAIRER
For further information contact 5223 2111 during ofﬁce hours
Proven methods. Anxiety specialist. Health rebates available. Lorina Harris 0402 454 951.
Construction Company based in Little River require Dump Truck Operators- 25-40
• REGULAR, REPLACEMENT & RELIEF WORK AVAILABLE • GREAT EXERCISE • SUIT RETIRED, OR STAY AT HOME PARENT • ALL AGES WELCOME
Please send your resume to: PO Box 273, Belmont 3216 or email: email@example.com
Forced to resign Redundancy
DUMP TRUCK OPERATORS
Above award wages and conditions will apply to this full time position.
and search for the job ID. CONSTRUCTION
The pack includes 4 x waterproof signs, a marker and tips to make your sale a success! Available at our Geelong Ofﬁce. 1st Floor, 78 Moorabool Street.
We are seeking to ﬁll the following positions; Loader Operator & Excavator Operator.
Just Relations C993241-JM50-11
GRAB A GARAGE SALE SIGN PACK NOW FOR ONLY $9.00!
To ﬁnd out more about any of the positions below, go to
Required for Tourism, Hospitality (Kitchen Ops, Commercial Cookery) Cleaning Ops, White Card and Trafﬁc Control. Applicants must have appropriate qualiﬁcations and experience in their related ﬁeld. Applications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE DISPOSAL of unused white goods, hot water services, scrap iron. Call Allan 0400 629 830.
Are You Having a Garage Sale?
Working or not, fridges, freezers, washers, dryers. Not too old. Cash Paid. 5229-6246.
The Victorian Equal Opportunity Act 1995 makes it unlawful for an advertiser to show any intention to discriminate on the basis of sex, pregnancy, race, age, marital status, political or religious belief or physical features, disability, lawful sexual activity/sexual orientation, HIV/AIDS status or on the basis of being associated with a person with one of the above characteristics, unless covered by an exception under the Act. As Star News Group could be legally liable if an unlawful advertisement is printed, Star News Group will not accept advertisements that appear to break the law. For more information about discrimination in advertising, contact your legal advisers or the Equal Opportunity Commission.
ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES
For further information, call 136 186 or visit www.dpi.vic.gov.au/pets
DISCRIMINATION IN ADVERTISING IS UNLAWFUL
WETSUIT, Rip Curl Steamer, chest zip, size large, 3/2, brand new. Retail $580, sell $375. 0424 065 525. Anglesea.
WALL UNIT, Ikea brand, dark chocolate, 4 x 4 square storage shelves, 1409mmW x 1500mmH, x 390mmD, EC. Paid $250. Sell $150. 0409 789 322, Pascoe Vale South.
New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale. It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat unless the microchip identiﬁcation number of the animal is included in the advertisement or notice. A registered domestic animal business may use its Council business registration number as an alternative.
VACUUM CLEANER, Kirby Sentra, excellent condition, with shampoo, one year old. $995.ono. 0438 382 042.
Ph 5249 6700 Or Fax 5945 0667
Send a birthday message...
social interaction. 1964
Place your advert now...
1300 666 808
You can ﬁnd many more jobs at www.geelongjobs.com.au
1300 666 808
Connecting people and communities
Friday, 9 November, 2012 Page 43
IndySport Indy Sport Cats eye chance to enter eight GEELONG Cricket Club took a big leap forward on Saturday when it defeated Essendon by five wickets. Chasing the Bombers total of 224, the Cats struggled early and when Tom Elliott was dismissed without scoring the score was 4/45, a familiar position so far this season. But where previously the Geelong middle order would have faltered, Luke Muller, 46, and Hayden Butterworth, 126, dug deep and combined for a 62-run stand. When Muller was dismissed, Jacob Thorne, 23, stepped in to help out and, along with Butterworth, led the Cats to a much-deserved win. Tomorrow they commence a twoday game against Prahran, with a win to move into the top eight.
cricket Jim Timberlake
In Geelong Cricket Association it’s only round four but, incredibly, the division-one match between Grovedale and Bell Post Hill could see the loser with no hope of playing finals this season. Neither side has a win to its name so far this year, which will be bewildering to Grovedale in particular since it won last season’s premiership. Both sides boast quality players with a good mix of young talent and experience in Alex Cairns, Barry Tsitas, Travis
Faulkhead and Gareth Yelland, who have been among the top players in the league over the past few years. Perhaps it’s time for the younger generation to start carrying some of the load. The side that can get the most out of their lesser players should win this game. Selections: Leopold v NORTH GEELONG, ST JOSEPHS v Highton, GROVEDALE v Bell Post Hill, EAST BELMONT v Lara, GEELONG WEST v Geelong City, Newtown & Chilwell v SOUTH BARWON. Torquay has started the season brightly in division two with a couple of wins to sit second on the ladder. This week the Tigers take on Murgheboluc, which also has two wins to its name, meaning the winner will entrench itself in the top six.
Torquay keeper/batsman Devon Winsall has showed why the Tigers chased him, scoring successive half centuries at the top of the order. Tom Aldridge has led the way with the ball, claiming seven wickets already. Sriram Krishnamurthy has 100 runs already for the Frogs, while veteran Ben Nichols has taken six wickets. Murgheboluc has become one of the better division two sides over the past few years but Torquay is on the rise and looks like winning this one. Other selections: ST ALBAN’S BREAKWATER v St Peter’s, MANIFOLD HEIGHTS v Modewarre, NEWCOMB & DISTRICT v Waurn Ponds, Marshall v THOMSON, GUILD ST MARY’S v Alexander Thomson. In division three Shelford has per-
formed beyond expectations so far to find itself fourth on the table. This week it plays bottom placed North Shore, which, despite dropping back a division, has struggled to make an impact, losing two of its three games outright. For Shelford, Michael and Shane Lymer both have more than 100 runs under their belt, while Daniel Maclean is second on the wickets table with 11. North Shore’s Jarrod Cole has been his side’s best player so far, scoring 85 runs and taking four wickets. It’s hard to see North Shore having enough quality to cause an upset here. Other selections: LETHBRIDGE v Corio, MEREDITH v Little River, TEESDALE v Winchelsea, INVERLEIGH v Bell Park, Bannockburn Bye.
Anglers hit bullseyes aplenty with snapper as target species On the
bite Brian Long
FANTASTIC conditions allowed anglers to catch fish in many locations over the past week. Snapper were the most prime target, with plenty of big fish both caught and lost. Darren Holt fished near Wilson Spit on Saturday for a bag-limit catch of big fish. Another session the following day resulted in a repeat result, although Darren lost two big fish when they became entangled in his stern anchor. Stuart Evans struggled on cup day, hitting the water at daylight only to lose two rippers around daylight when the hooks pulled. He didn’t get another touch for nearly two hours until four rods folded at once, with Darren landing two snapper over 6kg each. Harrison Johns and brother Graham fished the 20m drop off directly out from St Leonards where they had hot session on the snapper. Their best fish was 6.2kg but they caught and released nine, all over 3kg. Stephen Holland made the long journey across to the other side of the bay off Mount Martha where he pulled up in the vicinity of other boats and set his lines. Stephen caught three big fish in less time than it took him to reach the spot from St Leonards . Damian Knowles cast soft plastics along the reefy shoreline between Bird Rock and the quarries where pike were numerous. By day’s end Damian had a nice bag of rock flathead and a snapper over 3.5kg.
SILVER SIDE: Adam Van Der Lugt with a silver trevally caught on a soft plastic lure at Queenscliff. Graham Shorten also nailed plenty of fish on the plastics while fishing the reefs between the quarries and Point Wilson. Pike and flathead were up most of the catch but a huge shoal of salmon also made for an exciting day. Snotty trevalla showed up in the bay, with Nathan Greg catching a dozen on
chicken from his Hobie along the outer wall of Royal Geelong Yacht Club. Trevalla were also caught from Cunningham Pier at first light. Paul Cunningham cast small metal baitfish-profile lures at North Shore rocks to catch six pike around 70cm during the last two hours before dark. Pike were also
spun up from the rocks at Point Lillias and the rock groin near Eastern Beach. Darren Martin fished the inshore grass beds near Hermsley where he had no trouble finding squid on small, dark coloured jigs. Darren said all the best action was in under 3m of water. Nathan Brimley fished the entrance
to Swan Bay, finding plenty of quality salmon. Most were over 1kg and willing to hit a small baitfish-style soft plastic. The same area also produced whiting, squid and a few big flathead, for which this area is renowned. Catching the big flatties requires anchoring up, laying a liberal berley trail and using fish baits suspended under a small float. Surf anglers caught snapper at Black Rock, which can also host the odd big whiting. Salmon appeared to go quiet along the coast, although reasonable numbers of 900g fish were caught on lure at Cinema Point. The near Sheoaks River also produced fish. The Barwon River between Breakwater and Queen’s Park yielded carp on either bread or corn baits. Lismore’s Lake Tooliorook should also start firing as the weather warms, with the redfin biting but set to become more active. Trolling deep-diving minnows and using vibe-style lures work well, while bait anglers need local minnow. Ballarat’s Lake Wendouree continued improving, with both trout and redfin landed on all methods. Troy Wilson has been successful trolling with shallowrunning Rapala lures, taking redfin to 700g and trout over 1kg. Wurdee Buloc Reservoir also improved. Trout have been the main species but redfin have been taken on deeprunning lures such as Daiwa double clutchest. The trevally have also been firing in the Cut at Queenscliff, with anglers working well-presented soft plastics enjoying success. Send reports and photos to info@ raylongtackle.com.au or visit Brian at Ray Long’s Fishing World, 105 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.
Photos with punch! If you like a photo that has appeared in your local Star News Group newspaper why not buy a copy for yourself? We offer both quality prints and digital copies. A huge range of local photos are on offer! Go to www.starphotos.com.au and see for yourself...
Connecting people and communities
Page 44 Friday, 9 November, 2012
FU LL H D
46 DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS
your family this
3D Home Movie ie Experiencee Pack
PAY LESS PAY CASH
50â€? (127CM) FULL HD LED LCD 100HZ 3D TV â€˘ 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution # UA50ES6200M â€˘ Smart TV â€˘ Includes 2 pairs of 3D glasses â€˘ 3 x HDMI and 3 x USB inputs
Valued at $124rrp with the purchase of selected Samsung SMART TVâ€™s
PAY LESS PAY CASH
See in store for details.
7KG FRONT LOAD WASHER
ON ALL ASKO WASHERS & DRYERS
FU LL H D
CHECK OUT THE NEW MODEL!
â€˘ 1400 rpm spin speed â€˘ 10 wash programs sh program â€˘ 2 year warrantyy WW6444 3 55
410 LITRE TOP MOUNT REFRIGERATOR â€˘ 298 litre fridge,107 litre freezer capacity # 55LM7600 â€˘ 2 adjustable spill safe glass shelves â€˘ Waiter go, thaw zone, drink plus zone, flat stack 55â€? (1 (139cm) FULL HD LED LCD 200HZ 3D TV â€˘ 1652h x 700w 695d mm â€˘ Full HD LED Plus â€˘ Cinema 3D and Smart TV â€˘ 4 x HDMI and 3 x USB â€˘ Includes 4 pairs of 3D glasses # WRIB941WC
PAY LESS PAY CASH
W? KNO FOR
OU CES DID FYER SERVOI N OF
F I ERS WE ONSTALLATISHWASHM S I S â€˘D YSTE
ND S CHEN â€˘KIT S & SOU UTERS S â€˘TV â€˘COMP TIONER DI CON GOODS R I A â€˘ ITE â€˘WH
PAY LESS PAY CASH SH 39â€? (98.5cm) FULL HD LED LCD TV â€˘ 1920 x 1080 resolution â€˘ PVR and Timeshift capability â€˘ Ultra Slim Bezell â€˘ 3 x HDMI inputs L39F3300F
6.5KG CONDENSER DRYER
2000W BAGLESS BARRELL VACUUM CLEANER â€˘ Powerful 2000W â€˘ Hepa filtration â€˘ 2-in-1 brush nozzle â€˘ Crevice tool & Upholstery brush # GVA208
â€˘ 4 drying programs â€˘ Temperature sensor â€˘ Double lint nt ďŹ lter â€˘ 2 star energy rati rating T754C
PAY LESS PAY CASH
7KG FRONT LOAD WASHING MACHINE
5 YEAR ! WARRANTY
â€˘ 1800 rpm variable spin speed â€˘ 12 wash program programs â€˘ 5 star energy ratin rating W6884ECO
$ # SET-ASTG09LVCC
PAY LESS PAY CASH C2.5KW, H3.4KW REVERSE CYCLE SPLIT SYSTEM â€˘ High efficiency and quiet â€˘ Compact size â€˘ Simple function setting via remote â€˘ Easy maintenance
WINDOWS 8 PRO UPGRADE â€˘ Upgrade your XP, Vista or Windows 7 computer to Windows 8 Pro. â€˘ No matter what task you want to complete, Windows 8 helps you get it done quickly PAY LESS PAY CASH
$ # W6884ECO
On sale Thursday 8/11/2012 to Sunday 11/11/2012 or while stocks last. Personal purchases only and not available in conjunction with any other offer. See in store for further conditions. Pictures for illustrative purposes only. #Bonus LG Cinema Tickets Promotion: Via online redemption and available on selected LG Televisions models only. Models 47LM6410, 55LM6410, 60LM6450, 42LM6700, 47LM6700, 55LM6700, 42LM7600, 47LM7600, 55LM7600 = $500 of cinema tickets; Models 55LM8600, 55LM9600, 60LM9600, 84LM9600 = $1000 of cinema tickets. Applies for purchases completed between 01/11/12-31/12/12 inclusive. All eligible entries will also go in to a draw on 08/02/13 to win $100,000. Draw will take place at 87 Egerton St, Silverwater NSW 2128 at 3pm AEDST. The winner will be notified by telephone and in writing and their name will be published in The Australian newspaper on 15/02/13. Visit LG.com.au/xmaspromo for full details. Authorised under, VIC Permit No. 12/2702. The Promoter LG Electronics Australia Pty Limited (ABN 98 064 531 264) of 2 Wonderland Drive, Eastern Creek, NSW 2766, telephone 1300 542 273. ^Bonus 3D Home Movie Experience Pack: Applies 06/11/12- 12/11/12 inclusive (Promotion Period). To be eligible to receive bonus 3D Movie Pack (2x 3D glasses, Popcorn Maker, Toy Story 3 3D Bluray DVD and popcorn) (Bonus) customers must purchase one of the selected Samsung Smart TVs, in one completed transaction from a participating The Good Guys store during the Promotion Period and be one of the first 350 to claim online at www.thegoodguys.com.au by 16/11/12. Available to the first 350 valid claims only. Strictly 1 Bonus per customer. Full terms and conditions please see in store. You will receive your bonus by 07/12/12.