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By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN

ALLEGATIONS of secret commissions to Geelong real estate agents have been referred to Victoria Police and consumer affairs watchdogs. The allegations were included in a $1.4 million County Court writ lodged by MMP Greater Geelong, publishers of The Weekly Review, against Hayeswinckle Real Estate. The writ alleges Hayeswinckle was induced to break a contract with the Review to switch its advertising to the Geelong Advertiser. MMP communications director John

Hine said the company had made a complaint about the alleged secret commissions to the police fraud squad, Consumer Affairs Victoria and the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC). The Estate Agents Act prohibits agents from retaining rebates or discounts on any goods or services, such as advertising. Rebates or the value of any gifts must be returned to the vendor. “Hayeswinckle vendors have every right to pursue their agent for the rebates we allege he has received from the Advertiser,” Mr Hine said.

The newspaper war broke out late last year between the News Ltd’s Advertiser and the Review over real estate advertising. The Review, part owned by Fairfax Media, signed 25 of Geelong’s real estate agencies to become shareholders in the publication, receiving fixed dividends for set amounts of advertising spend. The writ alleges Hayeswinckle was contracted to spend $470,400 annually in the Review but broke the contract at the behest of News Ltd, receiving $50,000 a year, hospitality and a diamond ring from the Advertiser.

Hayeswinckle also received “uncommercial discounting and the waiver or postponement of long overdue debt”, according to the statement of claim. Mr Hine said the Advertiser’s attempt to claw back lost revenue was “no surprise”. “What they have done is what we expected them to do ... for him (Mr Hayes) to deny this will end him up in a witness box in court and he will look silly.” Mr Hine said the Review entered the Geelong market at the invitation of a group of real estate agents because the Advertiser’s pricing was “ridiculous”. To page 2

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Real estate warfare over ad deals From page 1 “They were charging $1600 a page before we launched, now they’re offering $750 a page,” he said. “We turned it from a profitable to a loss-making business. “We can understand why the Advertiser is so desperately trying to resuscitate the corpse.” Hayeswinckle managing director Danny Hayes said he was caught in a media war. “I’m being bullied into being told I can’t sell into the Geelong Advertiser or offer that product and I have a moral issue with that. “I offer my vendors their marketing options. I can’t make people choose where to spend

CLAIMS: Daniel Hayes. their marketing dollars.” Mr Hayes accused the Review of inflating its prices to make a larger profit after locking real estate agents into its contracts. He said he was prepared to

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Barwon Health drawn into ‘fake posts’ probe By NOEL MURPHY BARWON Health, already facing bed and surgery reductions from Gillard Government funding cuts, has been embroiled in a pro-Labor fake online messages scandal. Labor-friendly comments posted with the federal parliamentary computer network about Barwon Health are under investigation by Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS). The investigation also covers comments from the network about Colac Area Health, Bulla Dairy Foods and other organisations.

At least nine false names were reportedly used on the one computer under the guises of employees at the various organisations. Liberal senator Michael Ronaldson believed “political operatives” in parliament were “secretly campaigning’’ for the federal seat of Corangamite. Labor’s Darren Cheeseman holds Corangamite with Australia’s narrowest federal margin. “The Department of Parliamentary Services has indicated that, in some cases, the usage by individuals is clear,” Senator Ronaldson told the Independent this week.

“The department has taken on notice and will report back to the committee what the protocol will be if the site is identified as a site that potentially belongs to a member or a senator or their office.” Mr Cheeseman had not returned the Independent’s repeated calls for comment when the paper went to press. The fake online message story emerged in the Colac Herald last week, prompting Mr Ronaldson to attack the Gillard Government’s recent health cuts. Barwon Health is closing 24 beds

and its elective surgery waiting times will blow out by 100 per cent. Colac Area Health has been forced to close its emergency department at night, prompting community outrage. DPS head Carol Mills told a parliamentary committee any offending staff member would present a “code of conduct issue”. “If it was identified as a site that potentially belongs to a member or a senator or their office, we would have to look at that separately,’’ she said. The investigation is expected to report next week.

New-look Cats head west for cup opener to season By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN GEELONG coach Chris Scott plans to use the early NAB Cup rounds to reignite his team’s chemistry following a swag of off-season acquisitions. “We’ve effectively brought in seven or eight players from the squad that was available last year,” Scott said. Geelong enlisted injury-prone North Melbourne ruckman Hamish McIntosh, veteran Melbourne defender Jared Rivers and exciting Gold Coast onballer Josh Caddy during the off-season. The Cats actively recruited from other clubs in a change from their development philosophy of the past few seasons. “When you consider Caddy, McIntosh and Rivers plus Josh Cowan, Travis Varcoe and Nathan Vardy should be back, that’s a big percentage of the team that wasn’t available last year,” Scott said. “And while those guys aren’t all certainties to be in our best 22, they’re close.” The Cats play West Coast and Fremantle in the opening round robin format of the NAB Cup at Subiaco on Saturday. “It’s a ground we haven’t played all that well at even though we’ve had some close results,” Scott said. “We’re looking to play well, first and foremost, and looking to get some experience over in Perth. “We only play there once this year but traditionally we play there twice, so it’s really important you play your very best football against the best teams in the hardest venues and both the Perth teams and Subiaco are tough. “We’d also like to see some of our young players, not only our really inexperienced players but our

In brief Burglars hunted POLICE want to question two men who drove a yellow and blue van about burgled properties in central Geelong. Police believed the men were involved in an attempted burglary of a shop on Ryrie St about 3am on January 29 before successfully breaking into a Mercer St premises half an hour later.

New ‘avenue’ A 13km “avenue” of about 50,000 trees, shrubs and bushes will carry pedestrians and cyclist from Corio near Geelong’s ring road to Church St in Hamlyn Heights, council has announced. Council said the Greenway Project would create a canopy over Ted Wilson Trail, giving users the impression of a “tunnel effect” as they travelled.

Health injection STATE and federal governments has announced funding injections for Barwon Health as it reels from earlier cuts that forced bed closures and waiting list revisions. State Government will give Barwon Health $500,000 for specialist staff to deal with “alcohol and drug-related presentations”, while Canberra will supply $2.2 million in extra funding for eight beds and treatment of 70 extra emergency patients.

Headquarters push GEELONG should be national headquarters rather than just a “launch site” for a proposed National Disability Insurance Scheme, according to Mayor Keith Fagg. He said council had proposed the city as the headquarters based on attributes such as Geelong’s disability sector expertise, mix of infrastructure and “great lifestyle” for attracting and retaining staff.

Park village KARDINIA Park will house an Australian Masters Games “village” to service 8000-plus participants and volunteers, according to organisers. They said the village, with Avalon Airport as naming rights sponsor, would host opening and closing ceremonies and potentially some sports as part of the 14th annual games in October.

Bullying officer UNHAPPY CHAPPY: Paul Chapman, left, has an apparent finger injury checked at training this week. Picture: GREG WANE 93942 second, third and fourth year players who haven’t had much of an opportunity. “There are a few of them we’ll be pushing really hard for round one while some of the older players tend to manage themselves through the NAB Cup. “We’ve got a big group of youngish players that need to be playing close to their best straight away to press their case.”

Missing from the opening round will be James Kelly, Paul Chapman, Dawson Simpson and Josh Hunt as they recover from injuries or illness. Recruit Hamish McIntosh had arthroscopic knee surgery this week and will be sidelined for two or three weeks, Scott said. Training staff would investigate the Cats’ spate of foot injuries to discover whether they had a common cause, he said.

GROVEDALE Primary School will be among the first in Victoria to have a “welfare officer”, state Education Minister Martin Dixon has announced. He said State Government would employ 90 of the officers in schools across Victoria to “help stamp out bullying and provide additional support to students and families”.

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Developers renew creek push By NOEL MURPHY TORQUAY’S land war is heating up sharply again, with Christian College and developer Amex ramping up their campaign to have the town’s west approved for housing and a new school. In a flyer to school parents, Christian College has accused Surf Coast Shire of an “incomprehensible” lack of support and reprised Planning Minister Matthew Guy’s attack on it as “the most incompetent (local council) in the state”. Amex has been soliciting signed

statements from Torquay residents on their opinions about the council, councillors and development. The new campaign has begun as the shire exhibits its draft C66 amendment, ruling out housing west of Duffields Rd in Spring Creek. The Christian College flyer asked “parents, relatives, friends and members of the Surf Coast community” to actively support the school bid. “We believe the silent majority is not being heard on this issue,” the flyer stated.

“To defer allowing the process for a new school to even commence is simply nonsensical.” The school argued it had 300 children from the Surf Coast area travelling into Geelong to attend the college’s Highton campus. The school restated its arguments the proposed site had been designated “future urban growth” since 1980. Shire planning officers had told the college the site “met all the requirements for a school” and that the proposed cam-

pus fitted within previous shire development plans. Cr David Bell, previously an outspoken critic of developing the western Spring Creek area, told the Independent he understood the college’s case but said the town had changed significantly since 1980. “To jump in and say ‘Just build it’, that’s not sensible planning. The decision we take now will affect the town and how it grows for the next 30 years. “I’m sick of people harping on.

“Every community has a right to its say in planning. “This isn’t about just 300 kids but 11,000 people.” A spokesperson for Amex, proponent of a Torquay Green residential development, said the survey was a way to “better-understand community needs and concerns’’. The family behind the company had a “strong track record in high quality, sustainable, community focused land development”, he said.

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3000-plus entries make multisport a ‘huge success’ By MICHELLE HERBISON GEELONG Multisport Festival attracted more than 3000 participants over an “extremely successful” three days, according to organisers. USM Events’ Courtney Akrigg praised the Geelong community for its “outstanding” support last weekend. “The event sidelines were filled with cheering friends, families and supporters. There was a fantastic and friendly vibe around the town. “The accommodation houses, cafes and restaurants were busy and the

waterfront was very much alive.” As part of the event, a Geelong Independent Superkidz Triathlon involved an enthusiastic field of children making a splash with a swim, ride and run over a specially-designed kids’ course. Milan Eliadis, 9, crossed the line with a big smile and a sprint finish. “It was so much fun,” she said. “It’s my third triathlon now and I can’t wait to do more.” Each Independent Superkidz finisher was awarded with a commemo-

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BARWON Heads’ traders group will seek support from the town’s community association to improve parking, traffic and safety issues. Barwon Heads Traders and Tourism Association spokesperson Bernard Napthine said his group would next week present for discussion its set of priority projects for the town to Barwon Heads Association. “With the two organisations speaking together perhaps there’s more chance we’ll get things happening,” Mr Napthine said.

A survey of traders last year produced the list of goals for immediate, medium-term and longterm action. “We thought that because some of the answers were not just traders issues we should meet with BHA to see which things we’d be able to work on together,” Mr Napthine said. Immediate goals included installing permanent security cameras at both ends of Hitchcock Ave and a permanent tourist information van during summer. Medium-term ideas included using the town’s existing kindergarten site for car parking after

the kinder was removed and development of a “pop-up” business policy. Long-term actions included a walking trails project and streetscape works. Barwon Heads Association president Judith Brooks welcomed the discussions. “Most people would agree we have issues with traffic and civic pride in the town.” Ward councillor Andy Richards called the ideas “sensible”. “I’ll go through them with the traders and council officers to see what we can do and in what timeframe.”

Mr Carson said the event would encourage visitors to enter Drysdale to purchase coffee and food, providing support for the town’s traders. “Last year we got such a lot of good feedback from the traders in town. It was a fantastic day for people poking around Drysdale.” Drysdale Festival of Glass will showcase local and visiting glass artists at Bellarine Secondary College Sports Centre, Peninsula Dve, between 10am and 4pm Sunday.

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MYSTERY MAN: The “Phanton Knotter” installs more of his handiwork on a waterfront bollard.

GOT KNOTTED: The mysterious knots have been delighting passers-by on Geelong’s waterfront. Pictures: GREG WANE 93981 “Two or three people did and it’s taken off from there.’’ PK, who lives in inner-suburban Geelong, said his knots were both a bit of fun and a bit of therapy for hands he damaged when playing football as a younger man. “There are thousands of knots and I’m impressed with one

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PUBLIC NOTICES

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Dispose of your old car tyres today and pay just $3 per tyre - normal disposal cost is $9.50. Limit of six tyres per customer. Offer applies to car, 4WD, ute tyres and tyres with rims. No truck, light truck, tractor or machinery tyres accepted.

NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEETING The next meeting of the Greater Geelong City Council will be held at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Little Malop Street entrance, Geelong on Tuesday 26 February commencing at 7.00pm.

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Details of issues to be considered will be available on the City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au

This initiative is part of the City of Greater Geelong’s community cleanup and illegal dumping program.

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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 18 February commencing at 4.00pm.

Strictly cash transactions only. No EFTPOS available and no cheques accepted. Maximum limited of 6 tyres per customer. Offer includes car, 4WD, ute tyres and tyre rims. The offer is not available at the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centre. Normal charges for car tyres apply at these centres.

This meeting is open to the public.

CENTRAL GEELONG MARKETING COMMITTEE MEETING STARTS TODAY UNTIL SUNDAY 24 FEBRUARY

The next meeting of the Central Geelong Marketing Committee will be held at the Central Geelong Marketing Office, 100 Brougham Street, Geelong on Tuesday 19 February at 7.30am.

The Sustainable Living Festival is coming to Geelong as part of the 2013 State of Sustainability program. Regional cities throughout Victoria are hosting events to align with the Melbourne Sustainable Living Festival.

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Community groups and businesses in Geelong have pulled together 46 events over this two week period to raise awareness, inspire and educate.

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• Public lecture: Tuesday 19 February, 6.00pm-7.00pm, Percy Baxter Theatre, Deakin University (Waterfront Campus), Geelong

Are you involved with a community group, sporting club or the arts? Do you organise recreational or other activities for your community? If so, you can list your group or service in the online community directory for free.

• Workshop: Wednesday 20 February, 9.00am-12.00pm, Courthouse Arts, corner of Gheringhap and Lt Malop Street, Geelong Booking essential at http://innateecology.eventbrite.com.au/

The Geelong Community Directory is a service run by the City of Greater Geelong for community, sports and arts organisations in the region. Registering is easy and gives your group great exposure. Make sure your group is in the directory and register today at www.geelongaustralia.com.au/directory

For a calendar of the Geelong events go to: www.futureproofinggeelong.com The IMPETUS Geelong Youth Awards recognises young people who are making significant contributions in the areas of education, community, work, sport,culture, the arts and the environment.

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The City of Greater Geelong is working on a new Road Safety Strategy. This will guide local partnership activities that aim to reduce road crashes and road trauma.

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The Draft Geelong Road Safety Strategy can be viewed at the City’s Customer Service Centres from Monday 11 February until Thursday 28 March and on our website www.geelongaustralia.com.au under the “Have Your Say” section.

By NOEL MURPHY

The Geelong Cycling Club will be holding a cycling race in the Ocean Grove Industrial Estate on Saturday 23rd February 2013. Access to Sinclair St, Everist Rd and Marine Pde will be closed to vehicle traffic between 5pm and 8.30pm.

A CANCER patient left feeling like a “freak” because she is unable to pay for cosmetic surgery says her condition is worsening. Brenda Hoad, 56, of Hamlyn Heights, owes $6000 for operations so far but must pay Barwon Health $3500 up front before she can have surgery to fix a gaping hole in her half-built nose. “The packing in my nose is starting to rot and the fluid seeping out is starting to have a smell,’’ she told the Independent. As a US citizen, Mrs Hoad is ineligible for Medicare benefits. She said she was unable to strike a repayment scheme with Barwon Health, accusing the service of holding her health to ransom. The Independent revealed her plight three weeks ago. “This is now affecting my overall health. I find it hard to sleep and I have constant headaches now,’’ Ms Hoad said. “My eyes go blurry which means I can’t see when they do, which in turn means I need to shut my eyes to get it to go away.

For further information contact the event organiser on 0408 822 689.

Submissions close: Thursday 28 March. We invite comments on this document by email to roadsafetystrategy@geelongcity.vic.gov.au or by mail addressed to: ‘Road Safety Strategy’ City of Greater Geelong PO Box 104 Geelong VIC 3220

BOUNDARY RE-ALIGNMENT NORTH GEELONG - RIPPLESIDE Following the Council meeting on 12 February 2013 The City of Greater Geelong will be forwarding a proposal to Office of Geographic Names for the re-alignment of the North Geelong Rippleside Boundary. This boundary re-alignment will affect all properties located between Victoria Street, North Geelong (northern point) and Swinburne Street, North Geelong (southern point) and Melbourne Road, North Geelong (eastern point) to the bay (western point). A map regarding this proposal and a brief overview can be obtained from our website at www.geelongaustralia.com.au Written submissions regarding this intention must be received within 30 days of the date of this public notice to Cynthia Johnston, Property and Valuations Section, PO Box 104, Geelong VIC 3220.

PAKO FESTA SATURDAY 23 FEBRUARY Pako Festa, now in its 31st year, is Geelong’s much loved and Victoria’s premier multicultural community festival that celebrates cultural diversity. This free event consists of a variety of activities, entertainment, workshops, street performers and multicultural food. The street parade will commence at 11.00am. The roads listed below will be temporarily closed to motorists on Saturday 23 February: • Pakington Street, between Gordon Avenue and Waterloo Street, Geelong West, closed from approximately 3.00am to 10.00pm. • Autumn Street, between Pakington Street and Coquette Street, closed from approximately 3.00am to 10.00pm. • Waratah Street, between Pakington Street and Askew Street, closed from approximately 3.00am to 1.00pm.

The Geelong Botanic Gardens will be closed between 3.00pm until 4.00pm Sunday 17 February for the set up of the twilight music event. The Gardens will re-open at 4.00pm for Music in the Gardens. Admission: $15 per person Concerts: 5.30pm-7.30 pm For more information visit http://friendsgbg.org.au or phone 5222 6053.

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Emergency access will be maintained at all times during the road closure times.

THE first round of funding applications to a Greater Geelong Industry Fund has closed. The fund is a Victorian Government initiative to support new investment generating new jobs in the Geelong region. The fund offers grants of up to $250,000 to attract new industry to the region and support existing industry to transition into new growth markets. Grants must be matched by a minimum co-contribution of $2 for every $1 granted. A spokesperson for Employment

ACCESS TO WOOLWORTHS, GEELONG WEST During the event access to the Geelong West Woolworths is available at all times via Collins Street, or alternatively via Waratah Street after 1.00pm.

TEMPORARY CHANGED BUS ROUTES Bus users are advised the following changed bus routes are applicable on Saturday 23 February between 6.00am and 10.00pm. MCHARRY’S BUSLINES • East Geelong to North Shore via the City, Geelong West and return (Route 45)

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Route 30 and 12 buses depart from the Geelong Railway Station, left into Latrobe Terrace, right into Aberdeen Street, right into Shannon Avenue and then continues along the normal route. The return trip will be the reverse of this route.

The route 50 bus departs from the Geelong Railway Station, turns left into Latrobe Terrace, right into Aberdeen Street, right into Shannon Avenue, left into Autumn Street and then continues along the normal route. The return trip will be the reverse of this route.

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But a spokesperson has told the Independent that Barwon Health is presently unable to divert care for eligible patients, given constraints on funding. Ms Hoad provided the Independent with documents showing Barwon Health staff complaining of its inability to make contact with her despite numerous attempts by various means.

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The route 45 bus will proceed along its normal route via St Albans Park. However, from the City to Geelong West, the bus will travel via the Geelong Railway Station, proceed to Latrobe Terrace, Madden Avenue, Waterloo Street and then continue along Pakington Street via the normal route. BENDERS BUSWAYS

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STANDOFF: Brenda Hoad with her incomplete nose reconstruction. Picture: GREG WANE “I might sleep two hours at the most, if that, unless I take pain meds.” Barwon Health provides care to Medicare-eligible patients and others with private cover or who were willing to pay up front for treatment. But a spokesperson has told the Independent that Barwon Health is presently unable to divert care for eligible patients, given constraints on funding.

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Exotic taste of orchid addicts ORCHIDS are addictive, according to members of Geelong Orchid and Indoor Plant Club. Just not in the same way as other addictive foliage more usually ingested - these addicts can’t stop collecting and growing more and more of the exotic plant. “You start with a couple, get a few more and before you know it you’re looking for them everywhere,” club secretary Judy Dietrich confided. Fellow member Alf Appleyard agreed. “Anywhere you go you have to include side trips to check out more orchids,” he added. “You find yourself chasing garage sales if they advertise plants to check for orchids. You get so you can spot an orchid at 100 paces. “We’re like bees to the honey pot.” Club members confessed they had around 2000 various orchid plants at different stages of development. “There are more than 30,000 species of orchids worldwide. Orchids have been around a long time,” Judy explained. “There was a time when orchids had their own economy, similar to the historical European tulip economy, when prices of the floral plants skyrocketed.

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ADDICTIVE: Orchids have a special allure, according to members of the Geelong club. The club’s regular plants sales were also popular, she said. “You might struggle a bit if there was no club to support you. You can find out so much information.” The club also has two orchid shows a year in winter and spring. Judy said the club hoped to host a Country Challenge for its 50th anniversary in 2015, while members always visited an annual Melbourne Orchid Spectacular. She asked anyone wanting more information to phone her on 5229 5477.

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Buckets& Bouquets BOUQUETS to The Authentic Gardener’s Meredith for a creative design and advice to suit my budget and garden style. She has given me a beautiful, easy-care and often-admired garden. Happy Gardener, Ocean Grove

BOUQUETS to the person who handed in my wallet at Otway Fly and to the staff and police who returned it. Such generosity of spirit capped off a great visit to this world-class facility. Don, Indented Head

BUCKETS to a Mythbusters episode screened on SBS at a time when children could have been watching. The program conducted an experiment on movie gun sounds and had a table full of live ammunition and weapons, which I found disturbing. I’m sure many would agree Mythbusters could perform other demonstrations. Anonymous, Corio

BUCKETS to Caroline (Buckets & Bouquets, February 8). What are you, a motorist or some kind of bird? A sign flashing messages in “bright colours” should not distract you from driving. I hope I never encounter you near traffic lights. Maybe you should consider handing in your licence. Watching The Road, East Geelong

BUCKETS to a woman who took out her anger on a tiny dog at Torquay Farmers’ Market on February 2. She used threatening words to the bewildered dog and forcefully tugged on its leash. I hope she seeks help rather than take out her problems on innocent beings. Jodie, Waurn Ponds BUCKETS to a radio station for stopping Fast Money on Fridays. I would much prefer Fast Money than some of the station’s other games. Please put it back on. Ex-Player, Highton

BOUQUETS to two lovely people. The first was a man at Leopold who pulled over and checked why my car engine was steaming. The second was a Belmont lady who offered me a cold drink on a hot day as I waited outside her house for my lift. Grateful, Highton BOUQUETS to Mitre 10 North Geelong’s Anthony for excellent customer service when I was looking for plastic door strips. His employer should be proud of him. Jennifer, Corio

BOUQUETS to the wonderful doctors, nurses and staff at BreastScreen for their care, compassion and support. They made a difficult situation much easier to tolerate. We are lucky to have this wonderful facility in Geelong. Kim, Highton

BOUQUETS to all who contributed to Geelong Community Reef, From Craft to Coral. Facilitated by Geelong West Neighbourhood House, this stunning exhibition highlighting our fragile marine ecology will be at Shearers Arms Gallery, 202 Aberdeen St, Geelong West, from 16 February to 16 March. Craft And Coral Lover, Geelong West

BOUQUETS to everyone who looked after escapee pup Jeffrey on a very hot Wednesday. You we all very helpful and it was much appreciated. Big thanks to my neighbour especially for keeping him cool and safe. Massively Grateful Owner, Corio

BOUQUETS to Judy Goy for finding my lost wallet and handing it in to the police on January 31. May karma reward you soon. Grateful, Belmont

BOUQUETS to a lovely lady at Ohako Japanese Sushi Noodle Dumpling Bar for getting up at sparrow o’clock on a Sunday to make fresh sushi for my fourth birthday party. She also made me two of my favourite avocado rolls as a bonus. Finley, Geelong

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DANCING - Social ballroom dancing 8-11.30pm at Geelong Ballroom, Bayview Pde, Hamlyn Heights. Entry $7. Enquiries 5281 1312 or 0422 776 711. DANCE - Old-time dance 8pm-midnight at Leopold Hall. Entry $8. Enquiries 5250 1333. DANCING - Ballroom dancing 8pm-midnight at Freshwater Creek Hall, Dickins Rd. Enquiries 5264 5169. GARDENS - Open gardens 10am-4.30pm at Sunny Ridge, 15 Chester St, Newtown, and Hill House, 26-30 City View Dve, Wandana Heights. Entry $7. Also Sunday. Enquiries www.opengarden.org.au. CRAFT - Outside the Square exhibition of recycling, textiles and wearing apparel by Barbara Porter 9.30am-4pm at CWA clubrooms, 172 Boundary Rd, East Geelong. Entry $2. FOOD - Food swap and preserving workshop 10am-2pm at Grovedale Community Centre, 45 Heyers Rd. Entry $10 or $5 concession. Enquiries 5241 3383. MARKET - Mini market 8am-1pm at Chattles & Chats Opportunity Shop, Grovedale Uniting Church, Torquay Rd. FOOD - Food swap 9-10.30am at Cloverdale Community Centre, 167 Purnell Rd, Corio. Enquiries 5275 4415.

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MUSIC - Traditional old-style country music group concert 1-5.30pm at CWA Hall, Rae St, Colac. Entry $6. Enquiries 5231 3355. SERVICE - Divine service 3pm at Geelong Christian Spiritual Church, 10 St Albans Rd, East Geelong. Spiritual development class 7.30pm Thursday for $3. Enquiries 5248 4936. FELLOWSHIP - Geelong Evangelical Fellowship meets 6.30pm at Belmont Baptist Church fellowship room, 43 Mount Pleasant Rd. Enquiries 0429 094 372. SERVICE - Darwin Defenders church service commemorating 71st anniversary of Darwin bombing 9.30am at Anglican Parish of Christ Church Geelong. Enquiries 0433 933 738. MARKET - Cowrie Market 10am-3pm at The Esplanade, Torquay. Enquiries cowriemarket@yahoo.com.au.

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Monday DANCING - Social ballroom dancing 7.3010.30pm at Geelong Ballroom, Bayview Pde, Hamlyn Heights. Entry $7. Enquiries 5281 1312 or 0422 776 711. WOMEN - Geelong Evening VIEW Club dinner meeting 6.30pm at Dromoland House, Pakington St, Geelong West. Bookings 5278 1842.

Tuesday FILM - Geelong One Fire Reconciliation Group film screes Stone Bro 7.30pm at Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-op, Morgan St, North Geelong. Enquiries geelongonefire@gmail.com.

Wednesday ART - Geelong Community Reef exhibition opens at Shearers Arms Visual Art Centre, 202 Aberdeen St, Geelong West. Closes March 16. DANCING - Social ballroom dancing with The Dancers Club 7.30-10.30pm at Leopold Public Hall. Enquiries 5243 5306. MUSIC - Polyglots 2013 readings and music 7-9.30pm at Wholefoods Café, 2 Baylie Place, Geelong. Entry $10. Enquiries 5221 5421. ADDICTION - Alcoholics for Christ 12-step Bible program 7pm at One Care building, 61 Candover St, Geelong West. Enquiries 0420 910 763. VOICES - Voice Hearers Group meets at Kardinia Mental Health. Enquiries 5221 7176.

Thursday WOMEN - AGLOW Geelong meets 10am at The Ballroom, Carey St, Hamlyn Heights. Entry $10. Enquiries 5284 1447 or 5275 1889. DANCE - Life Activities Club Geelong dance 2.30-4.30pm at Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Rd. Entry $5. Enquiries 5251 3529. FILM - Encompass Community Services fundraiser screens Save Your Legs 6pm at Village Cinemas, Geelong. Entry $25. Enquiries 5222 3377. DANCE - Leopold monthly dance 7.30-10.30pm at Leopold Sportsman’s Club, Kensington Rd. Entry $4. Enquiries 5259 3968.

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Letters

Write to us:

Email: editorial@geelongindependent.com.au PO Box 407, Geelong, 3220 Fax: 5249 6799

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SATURDAY 16TH FEB

Funding push needs more pier pressure IS IT unreasonable to seek realistic funding levels for both the Great Ocean Road and a local necessity? The mix of a federal election dovetailing into a state election offers an invaluable opportunity, especially given the dually tentative status of governance, to also stump up funding for a local public-private-funded Yarra St pier (Independent, January 25). The cost-effective benefits would be pretty much unquantifiable. Not only would a serious new-

age pier provide a non-invasive multi-purpose convention centre when Simonds Stadium’s Fred Flannigan Room is booked out, it would also provide hospitality and retail alternatives and liner moorings. A new pier would also provide the building block for marina extensions, which Festival of Sail demands, as well as providing closure to the waterfront vision and initiatives of the Kennett government. Richard Worland Manifold Heights

SAILS, HO: Festival of Sails would be just one beneficiary of a new Yarra St pier, a reader says.

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House of Bollocks

Power in the people

COULD Mr Bollocks, nee Cheeseman, (Independent, February 8) please ask his leader to bring some order and discipline back into federal parliament’s question time? It has become a common practice for the Gillard Government to not answer opposition questions by ignoring them and instead turning the answer into a vitriolic attack on the coalition. It’s not so if a question is asked by the crossbenchers. The Dorothy Dix questions from the Government benches also turn into a berating of the Liberal and National parties. So I ask Mr Bollocks to please ask his leader or the speaker to insist that questions are answered. After all, it is our House of the People. Bob Dare Portarlington

ALAN Barron holds the view that humans are too puny to affect our environment (Letters, February 8). This statement reflects his profound lack of understanding of the natural world. Rather than succumbing to websites that reinforce his world view, he really should get out more. Seven billion humans, many living profligate lifestyles, are soiling their own nest big time. Leaving aside the never ending argument about carbon dioxide emissions, one only needs to be aware of our choking rivers, fish-free oceans, denuded soils, devastated forests, bleached coral reefs and, most importantly as a result of all of this damage, the worldwide crash in biodiversity to realise humans significantly affect their environment. Let us not despair, however because many in our community are fighting back and showing another way of living. Corporations are powerful enough to influence governments but lose their power if we don’t buy their junk or their shares. For example, electricity demand dropped eight per cent in Australia last year. Much of this was due to solar panels on roofs and more-efficient devices. Also, governments, at least in democracies, that don’t do the people’s bidding can still be voted out. Leigh Adamson Belmont

Free to reference Nazis GAVIN Brown (Letters, February 8) must be intransigent to imply that every reference to the term Nazi is aimed solely at the holocaust of World War II. The Nazis were a political regime before becoming radical and unbalanced. Inevitably they were defeated and obliterated. Mr Brown’s letter was superfluous and designed to promote the contentious issue of anthropogenic climate change. Mr Brown demanded that climate change sceptics be restricted, censored and/or silenced, effectively annihilating any voice that challenges or questions so-called scientists, for environmentalists’ de-industrialisation agenda. Is that democratic? If Mr Brown is so certain the “majority” is proclimate change then the forthcoming federal election should be a landslide win for the Labor-Greens alliance. Its climate-change policies are crippling Australian business, industry, the disadvantaged and poor. Instead, it has virtually guaranteed Tony Abbott and the Liberal party a victory based on the promise to rescind unpopular taxes and policies. Labor voters are devastated! Free speech must be protected and reinforced. Therefore, any reference to Nazis should not necessitate an automatic apology to the Jewish community. The term Nazi refers to a member of the former German National Socialist party, a bona-fide political collective. I hope the Independent will continue to represent the views and opinions of all contributors who have valid information to share with the community, members of which can then make up their own minds. Ralph Huisman Belmont

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Bounty on the bay I WAS delighted to present the Melbourne-to-Geelong multihull passage race trophy at the largest annual keelboat regatta in the Southern Hemisphere, held in Geelong over the Australia Day weekend. More than 4500 competitors on 320 yachts battled it out for some of Australia’s most prestigious sailing trophies during Geelong’s Festival of Sails. The Baillieu Government recognises the significance of Victoria’s oldest sport event as a standout fixture on the Victorian sailing and tourism calendar. An overall investment of $1 million returned in excess of $8 million of economic benefit to Geelong. The festival, with its numerous shore-side activities, attracted an estimated 100,000 visitors over the long weekend. It is another reminder of the immense popularity of Geelong’s waterfront. The Baillieu Government is proud to be part of the festival’s continued growth and success and looks forward to Melges 24 2014 World Championships in January. Securing this event for Geelong is a major win for Victoria and the Geelong region. My congratulations to Royal Geelong Yacht Club commodore Andrew Neilson, Festival of Sails chairman Ian Murray, the organising committee members, sponsors, volunteers and competitors. David Koch MP Member for Western Victoria Region

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Colac filmmakers on the run By MICHELLE HERBISON A LOCALLY-FILMED movie coming to Geelong is all about following your dreams – even if they are a bit backward. Young Colac filmmaking team Jarrod Theodore and Lachlan Ryan say they are enjoying unprecedented success with their quirky Aussie sporting comedy, Reverse Runner. The film premieres at Geelong’s Village Cinemas on 21 February after becoming Colac cinema’s “third most-successful film of all time” with more than 4000 attendees. Theodore said the movie’s hero was “slightly backwards” Kid Campbell who “doesn’t fit in” until he discovers the sport of reverse running at an “Alternate Athletics”. “Kid Campbell gets sucked into the world of the Alternate Athletics, which has things like chair-throwing and the 100m backwards sprint – all the sports no one else wants – and he finds a lot of obstacles along the way.” Geelong’s John Landy Athletics Field features in the film as the site of the athletics competition. Marathon runner Steve Moneghetti, sports commentator Bruce McAvaney, comedian Dave Callan and Geelong actor Bianca Linton make appearances in the film.

Theodore and Ryan travelled to the United States to successfully lure The Mighty Ducks director Stephen Herek into the role of executive producer. The story’s theme of “following your childhood dreams” and “doing something left of centre” rings true with the film-making pair, who grew up together in Colac making films, then both attended film school in Melbourne. “Growing up in a small country town, most of our mates were playing footy and cricket when we’d want them to be acting in our films,” Theodore remembered. Theodore and Ryan spent four tireless years working on the self-financed film in between jobs in radio and television. They created the idea for the Alternate Athletics after main actor Dan Cannon saw a fun backwards race at a sports carnival. The team since discovered reverse running enthusiasts actually do exist. Theodore said he and Ryan “never planned” Reverse Runner would be such a success. “We were just these young kids running around with a camera. We never thought it’d be the biggest film in our home town, let alone branch out to Geelong.”

REVERSE FORWARD: Colac filmmakers Jarrod Theodore and Lachlan Ryan hope to hit the big time with Reverse Runner.

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to enjoy the show,” Brough said. “I always had a nice crowd.” Brough believed performing regularly at local venues helped her gain a good “grounding” to build a fan base. Her fans were to thank for securing songs Heart and Prettiest Thing in top 20 positions in the pop genre last year, she said. Brough admitted she found the “drive” to record EP Counting Waves after supporting Lisa Mitchell at a Bended Elbow gig last June.

“I just thought ‘Wow, this is the big time’ and I knew I needed something professional to show people. “So I jumped into gear and recorded Counting Waves at university while I was studying.” Brough hoped to record a new EP or possibly an album this year despite her “hectic” honours studies for Contemporary Music. “I’ve been writing some new music, so hopefully,” she said cheerfully.

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GEELONG singer-songwriter Imogen Brough thinks she has Enya’s ethereal music “built in” because her parents played it so much when she was young. It’s little wonder then that Brough would build a singing career on emulating the Celtic singer’s style – with a signature twist, of course. “I’d love to mix Enya’s ethereal sound with modern-day pop music,” Brough told the Independent. “Even if that means creating music for radio and then a producing separate world-music style.” Brough will headline Celtics in Concert at Ocean Grove Hotel this Friday night alongside an array of local Celtic music performers. Brough said she was yet to perform with any of the other acts but was “glad” organiser and musician Jill Meehan asked her to be involved. “It’s always exciting to meet new local artists and perform with them.” Brough spent the summer “singing and holidaying” after earning gigs at Torquay’s Café Moby and Lorne’s Pacific Hotel. She was “pulling people in” from the sea during her regular Monday performances at Pacific Hotel. “Swimmers and kayakers would say they could hear me sing from the water so they came

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6:00 rage (G) 10:30 rage Guest Programmer (PG) 11:30 7.30 [s] 12:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 12:30 Australian Story [s] 1:00 Basketball: WNBL [s] 2:00 Golf: Womenʼs Australian Open 2013 *Live* – Coverage of all four days of the premier womenʼs golf tournament in Australia. 6:00 River Cottage: Everyday: Treats [s] 6:45 Gardening Australia Summer [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 The Paradise [s] – A shocking discovery in Ladies wear causes ripples through the store. To test Morayʼs feelings, Katherine pursues another man. 8:30 Grand Designs: Tenby [s] 9:20 Miss Fisherʼs Murder Mysteries: Queen Of Flowers (M a,v) – Phryne ends up with more than she bargained for - including murder when she agrees to help refine a group of delinquent flower maidens for the annual flower parade. 10:15 Program To Be Advised 11:30 rage: Guest Programmer (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 5:00 rage (PG) 6:00 Saturday Disney 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12:00 Dr Oz: Just 10! The Finale (PG) [s] 1:00 That ʻ70s Show (PG) 1:30 Movie: “Lego: The Adventures of Clutch Powers” (G) (ʼ10) 3:00 Movie: “College Road Trip” (G) (ʼ08)Stars: Martin Lawrence 5:00 Destination New Zealand: Eastern Bay of Plenty [s] 5:30 Coxyʼs Big Break [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Family Movie Special: “The Lion King” (G) Stars: Jeremy Irons 8:25 The Saturday Movie: “How To Train Your Dragon” (PG v) – A hapless young Viking who aspires to hunt dragons becomes the unlikely friend of a young dragon himself, and learns there may be more to the creatures than he assumed. Stars: Gerard Butler 10:30 The Saturday Late Movie: “Eagle Eye” (M v,l) Stars: Shia Labeouf 1:00 Late Movie: “Rites Of Passage” (M v) (ʼ98) Stars: Dean Stockwell & Robert Keith 3:00 Room For Improvement [s] 3:30 It Is Written Oceania (PG) 4:00 Home Shopping 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Today Saturday 10:00 Mornings - Summer Series 12:00 The Bottom Line (G) 12:30 Fishing Australia: King of the River 1:00 Stars Of Le Miserables (PG) 1:30 Afternoon Movie: “White Hunter, Black Heart” (PG l,v) (ʼ90) Stars: Clint Eastwood 4:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Getaway (PG) 6:00 National News Saturday [s] 6:30 Australiaʼs Funniest Home Videos Summer Series (PG) 7:40 Movie: “Shrek Forever After” (PG a,v) Stars: Mike Myers & Cameron Diaz 9:40 Movie: “Love Happens” (M a) Stars: Jennifer Aniston 11:55 Late Movie: “The Babysitters” (MA15+s,a) (ʼ07) Stars: Lauren Birkell & Paul Borghese 1:40 Late Late Movie: “Villain” (MA15+n) (ʼ71) Stars: Richard Burton & Ian McShane 3:20 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 3:50 Music Special: Timomatic 4:00 Danoz 6:00 Living Fossils [s] 7:00 Childrenʼs Programs 8:30 Totally Wild [s] 9:00 Scope: Blue [s] 9:30 Good Chef, Bad Chef [s] 10:00 Summer Hits (PG l,s,a,v,d) 12:00 Radar (PG l,s,a,d) 12:30 The Living Room - Special Encore Presentation [s] 1:30 Itʼs A Knock Out (PG) [s] 2:30 The Hotel Inspector (PG l,s) 3:30 Whatʼs Up Downunder 4:00 Program To Be Advised 5:00 Ten News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons (PG) 6:30 David Attenboroughʼs Africa: Kalahari [s] – Sir David Attenborough reveals Africa as youʼve never seen it before. 7:30 Bondi Vet (PG) 8:30 Saturday Night Movie: “The Kids Are All Right” (M s) Stars: Julianne Moore & Annette Bening 10:45 Movie: “Smart People” (M s,l,d) – Into the life of a widowed professor comes a new love and an unexpected visit from his adopted brother. Stars: Dennis Quaid 12:30 48 Hours Mystery: Fatal (M a) 1:30 Infomercial (PG) 3:30 Home Shopping 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 La Fille du Rgiment 3:20 Limen 3:55 Black Cab Sessions USA (PG) 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Esther Rantzen (PG) [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:35 Salvage Hunters (PG) [s] – Meet modernday treasure hunter Drew Pritchard. With demanding customers and one of the biggest decorative salvage yards in the UK, Drew is constantly on the road, search of derelict gems. 8:30 Prisoners of War: Who Let the Dogs Out? (M a,v,l) – Amiel Ben-Chorins funeral brings back disturbing memories for Uri and Nimrode. 9:30 Drama Movie: “An Education” (M a) (ʼ09) – Attractive 16-year-old Jenny finds her traditional education replaced by something slightly more sinister when an older, more worldly suitor sweeps her off of her feet. (From The UK) 11:20 Romantic Comedy Movie: “Venus” (MA15+l) (ʼ06) (From the UK) 1:00 South Park: Fantastic Easter Special (M s) / D-Yikes! (M a) 1:55 Embedded With Nationalists (M l) 3:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 rage 6:30 Childrenʼs Programs 9:00 Insiders [s] 10:00 Inside Business [s] 10:30 Offsiders [s] 11:00 Asia Pacific Focus [s] 11:30 Songs Of Praise [s] 12:00 Landline [s] 1:00 Golf: Womenʼs Australian Open 2013 6:00 Rick Steinʼs Far Eastern Odyssey [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 Kevin McCloudʼs Man Made Home (PG) 8:20 Dream Build: Rolling Cubes [s] – Shane Hendriks, a builder and designer, took an idea from his sonʼs building blocks and built a house of five cubes. 8:30 Midsomer Murders: Murder Of Innocence (PG) [s] 10:00 Rev (M l) [s] – After a terrible review of one of his sermons on a Christian website, Adam suffers a crisis of faith. 10:30 Glass: A Portrait Of Philip In Twelve Parts (PG) [s] – Scott Hicks gives us a A remarkable mosaic portrait of Philip Glass. 12:30 Movie: “The Seven-Per-Cent Solution” (M v) (ʼ76) Stars: Alan Arkin 2:20 Order In The House 3:20 rage (MA15+a,l,d,h,n,s,v) 6:00 Childrenʼs Programs 7:00 Weekend Sunrise [s] 10:00 The Morning Show - Weekend (PG) 11:00 Kochieʼs Business Builders [s] 11:30 Dinner Date Australia (PG) [s] 12:30 Program To Be Advised 4:30 Live Healthy, Be Happy [s] 5:00 Worldʼs Strictest Parents (PG d,l) 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Sunday Night [s] 7:30 Border Security - Australiaʼs Front Line (PG) [s] 8:00 The Force - Behind The Line (PG) 8:30 Downton Abbey (M) – Matthew and Mary return from their honeymoon, but the future of the house hangs precariously in the balance. 9:30 Castle: Swan Song / Till Death Do Us Part (M v,s) – When the lead guitarist of a rock band is murdered, the documentary crew that were following the band turn their cameras on Castle, Beckett and the team as they try to solve the case. 11:40 Law & Order: LA: Silver Lake (M v,a) 12:35 Special: MacArthurʼs Dream [s] 1:35 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 Ocean Thunder Surf Boat Series 11:00 Gilliganʼs Island 11:30 Discover Downunder 12:00 Afternoon Movie: “Her Alibi” (PG v,l) (ʼ89) Stars: Tom Selleck 2:00 Afternoon Movie: “Jeremiah Johnson” (PG v,l,a) (ʼ72) Stars: Robert Redford & Will Geer 4:30 Manly Surf (PG) 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Postcards 6:00 News Sunday [s] 6:30 The Block: All Stars (PG) 7:30 60 Minutes [s] 8:30 The Mentalist: Panama Red (M v,d) 9:30 CSI Crime Scene Investigation: Fallen Angels (M v) – A reverend is killed at the grave site of former CSI Warrick Brown. 10:30 CSI: Miami: Match Made In Hell (M) – A millionaire is murdered and the investigation leads to an elite dating service. 11:30 The Block: All Stars Encore (PG) 12:30 Nikita: Homecoming (MA15+v) 1:30 Spyforce: 27 Hours - Part 2 (PG) 2:30 Trivita / TV Shop 3:30 Danoz 4:00 Good Morning Australia 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Religious Programs 7:00 Totally Wild 8:00 Seas Of Life 9:00 Social Climbing [s] 10:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:30 Meet The Press [s] 11:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 12:00 Breakthrough With Tony Robbins (PG a,s) 1:00 Escape With ET 2:00 Telstra Iron Woman 2013: Round 5 – Coolum, Sunshine Coast, QLD *Live* 3:00 Kelloggʼs Nutri-Grain Ironman Series 2013: Round 5 - Sunshine Coast, QLD. 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons (PG h) 6:30 Bondi Rescue [s] 7:00 Modern Family (PG a) 7:30 Masterchef: The Professionals (PG) [s] 8:30 Elementary: Child Predator (M v,a) [s] – Sherlock and Watson consult on a child abduction case involving a serial killer who is nicknamed “The Balloon Man” because he leaves a batch of balloons at each of his crime scenes. 9:30 The Graham Norton Show [s] 10:30 Late Night Movie: “Program To Be Advised 1:00 Infomercial (PG) 5:00 Religious Programs 5:30 CBS - This Morning 5:30 Worldwatch 8:30 PopAsia 10:30 Football Asia [s] 11:00 UEFA Champions League Magazine 11:30 Speedweek [s] 1:30 Al Jazeera News 2:30 Wheel2Wheel: Indonesia & Timor-Leste (PG) 3:30 Lyndey and Blairs Taste of Greece: Outer Mani [s] 4:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 5:00 Cycling Central [s] 5:35 Rex in Rome: The Third Man (PG v) – In downtown Rome, three men are shot dead at the same time in three different spots. 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Lost Worlds: History Cold Case: Mummified Child (PG) [s] – The team heads back into the 19th century, to a time when corpses were turned into trophies and children were sold by the inch. 8:30 Tropfest 2013 [s] – Tropfest is Australiaʼs most prestigious short film festival and one of its most iconic cultural events. Founded in 1993 by film director John Polson as a small screening for family and friends. 11:55 War Movie: “Beaufort” (M l,v) (ʼ07) (In Hebrew) 2:10 Weatherwatch Overnight

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Behind The News 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Q&A [s] 1:30 Theatreland (PG) [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road (M a,v) [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition 6:00 Grand Designs: Hackney [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 New Tricks (PG) [s] – Lane indulges his obsession with fishing. 9:30 At The Movies [s] 10:00 Artscape: Polly Borland – Polymorphous 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Four Corners [s] 12:20 Media Watch [s] 12:35 The Most Secret Place On Earth: The CIAʼs Covert War In Laos (M d,n,v) [s] 1:30 Close Up: Photographers At Work 2:15 Basketball: WNBL 4:10 Gardening Australia 4:20 Movie: “Affairs Of Annabel” (G) (ʼ38) 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Flirting With Forty” (PG l,s) (ʼ08) Stars: Heather Locklear 2:00 Dr Oz: Vanity Sizing: Whatʼs Your Real Size? (PG s) 3:00 Minute To Win It (PG) 4:00 The Zoo [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG) [s] – Tamara finds a place to live at Ireneʼs. 7:30 My Kitchen Rules (PG l) – Itʼs state versus state, plate against plate, as 12 teams-of-two attempt to out-dine and out-wine each other. 8:45 Packed To The Rafters: Moments Of Clarity (PG a) – In light of his ongoing tests, Ted isnʼt sure whether he should reveal his health concerns to his family. 9:45 To Be Announced 11:45 Against The Wall: The Fifth Body (M) – Abby and Lina investigate improprieties at the coronerʼs office when a womanʼs corpse goes missing 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Today 9:00 Mornings Summer Series (PG) 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 News Now [s] 4:00 Extra 4:30 National Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Block: All Stars (PG) 8:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG) 9:00 2 Broke Girls: And The Bear Truth (M s) 9:30 Two And A Half Men: Grab A Feather And Get In Line (M) 10:00 Anger Management: Charlie & The ExPatient (M mp,n) – Charlie becomes romantically involved with a former patient. 10:30 Embarrassing Bodies (M mp,n) 11:30 The Block: All Stars (PG) [s] 12:30 20/20 (PG) 1:30 Danoz 2:00 Trivita / Selfcare 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 ET [s] 8:00 OMG! The Insider [s] 8:30 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore 9:00 Judge Judy (PG) 9:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine Schofield 10:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen On Tour 11:00 Masterchef: The Professionals - Encore [s] 12:00 Dr Phil (M a) [s] 1:00 The Doctors (PG) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: The Wizard Of Evergreen Terrace 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 Masterchef Professionals (PG) [s] 8:30 NCIS: Devilʼs Trifecta (M a,v) 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Skin Deep (M v) 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] 12:15 The Late Show With David Letterman 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 5:30 CBS - This Morning 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 Mystery/Crime Movie: “Towards Zero” (M s,n,v) (ʼ07) (in French) 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Global Village: Trackers of the Kalahari [s] 6:00 Food Safari: Jewish [s] 6:30 World News Australia 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are? Melissa George (PG) [s] 8:30 Insight: Clear Cut [s] – Insight asks whether female circumcision, which is outlawed in Australia, is mutilation. Australian current affairs forum hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie. 9:30 Dateline [s] 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “Floating Lives” (M a,v,s,l) (ʼ10) – This film draws us into the colourful daily life of the seemingly unsophisticated peasants of the mysterious Mekong Delta. (In Vietnamese) 1:10 Anna Pihl (M a,l,v) – A rapist is stalking the streets and the police have nothing decisive to go on. 2:05 Weatherwatch Overnight

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ing an audition and don’t need to know too much theory because it is taught to them. Alex Lau, who operates a successful recording studio in Melbourne, trains in sound production. Blair Hall, another member of the training team, is also a great musician and live sound expert. Cameraman, editor and producer Herbert Corona works with graphic artist and TV producer Bruce Walshe to train screen and media courses. They all add to the mix for a brilliant team in an atmosphere that’s always buzzing. The course building includes


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Proud history in city’s north NORTH Geelong Secondary College is a stand-alone single-campus school for students in years seven to 12. The college has a proud history of providing high-quality education in a safe, supportive and challenging learning environment. The school values of respect, excellence, achievement and diversity, which are at the core of all aspects of college life, underpinning the school’s high expectations for teaching and learning and building positive relationships. North Geelong Secondary College values the cultural diversity of its school community, believing that all students should be actively supported in achieving their best. The school has broadened its iPad program to all students in years seven to 10. Students will be engaged in 21st Century learning environments preparing them for the future learning and employment.

School Values Respect Excellence Achievement Diversity 21st Century Learning Environment Apple iPad3 programs 7-10 Academic Achievers Program Applied Learning and Project week at year 9

North Geelong Secondary College students enjoy a contemporary learning environment with an emphasis on values and diversity. 93903 Senior students have access to MacBook laptops and iPads as well as significant provision of Apple computers in classrooms. VCE, VCAL and VET are all offered to the college’s senior students to provide them with appropriate career pathways. A new Academic Achievers program and an applied learning program at year nine provide diverse learning environments to cater for all learners.

Year nine students are challenged each term by Project Week, which gives out-of-classroom experiences to work co-operatively in teams to complete and present findings to their peers. Bright and positive directions exist with great educational opportunities for all North Geelong Secondary College students. Enquiries can be directed to the college by phoning 5240 5800.

North Geelong Secondary College (established 1966) Separation Street, North Geelong, 3215 Ph: 5240 5800 - Fax: 5272 1756 Principal: Mr Nicholas Adamou Email: north.geelong.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au | Website: www.ngsc.vic.edu.au

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Big smiles from a group of new year seven students on their first day at Sacred Heart College.

Sacred Heart’s EPIC education boundaries and classroom practices”. “The students coming to us now are the people who will change the world. “They need and deserve an education that doesn’t stifle their natural curiosity but inspires and motivates them to be creative individuals. “We want them to be dreamers, risk takers, inspired and inspiring young people.” The EPIC program gives every student an individual learning

WHY GEELONG BAPTIST COLLEGE? Open enrolment Prep –Yr 12  Positive and engaging educational experiences  Pursuing academic excellence, offering a wide array of subjects  Year Nine Program (one day a week) in second semester

plan so teachers know exactly where the girls are on their educational journey and can work with them to take the next steps. Traditional science and humanities subjects are termed Investigations, with students gaining an understanding of skills and concepts before solving real problems. The college has made sure its IT-generation students have the tools they need, with each year seven student having a laptop and a mini iPad.

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SACRED Heart College is taking the education of girls in an exciting new direction with the launch of an innovative program designed to protect the natural curiosity of students and encourage creativity. The EPIC program begins in year seven to help students become thinkers rather than just learners. Deputy principal Martina Millard says EPIC has made the college “challenge what we do and look far beyond traditional

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Oberon High School successfully provides an academic learning environment catering to all students and extensive opportunities for social and personal development. We are proud of our:

• Extensive extracurricular programs including sport, music/drama productions, overseas language trips, debating and public speaking, interschool chess, and strong leadership focus which develop community connections

• Excellent academic achievements and a commitment to continuous improvement in individual students results

• Extensive ICT program with an established 1:1 computer student ratio

• Average Dux marks for the past 5 years – 98

• Experienced and dedicated staff who develop positive relationships between students

• Vertical curriculum structure for years 10 to 12 to suit individual needs and abilities, providing early access to VCE units

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Oberon students Chelsea Bishop and Darcy Rawson-Currie hard at work having already completed a Year 12 subject in 2012, achieving top study scores in further mathematics and outdoor education. Krystal Deans gained a place in the prestigious Bachelor of Design (Fashion) at RMIT, while VCAL student Brooke Buckingham was successful in gaining one of two highly sought-after Alcoa engineering apprenticeships. Oberon High School will introduce a year seven Enhancement Program in 2014. Aimed at academically capable students,

it will further extend literacy, numeracy and thinking skills during years seven to nine to enhance opportunity for greater success at VCE. More information about the program and registration of expressions of interest is available by contacting one of Oberon’s assistant principals.

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New Year 7 Enhancement Program will be introduced in 2014. Aimed at academically capable students it will further extend literary, numeracy and thinking skills during years 7 to 9 to enhance opportunity for greater success at VCE. Please contact one of the Assistant Principals for further details to register an expression of interest in this program.

Liz Kelly or Scott McDonald on 5243 4444

OBERON High School has an exemplary record achieving a high level of success for school leavers. In 2012, 98 per cent of Oberon’s year 12 students went into full-time further education, training or employment. Thirty-five per cent of students obtained an ATAR score of above 70 and the school’s senior VCAL students achieve a 100 per cent completion rate, with 90 per cent of students who applied for a university place successful. The remainder obtained positions in TAFE, apprenticeships, traineeships or employment. Oberon encourages year 11 students to begin their final VCE studies early to maximise their ATAR score, which helps many achieve in excess of 40 out of 50 for their study scores. Obtaining equal top state school results for VCE 2012 in the Geelong area, Oberon is proud of its students. School dux Lachlan Douglass had an ATAR score of 97.3. He is now undertaking a degree in biomedical studies at Melbourne University.

ONE World for Children is a recognised leader of competencybased training programs to the children services industry. One World for Children demonstrates a commitment to excellence in the implementation of national training arrangements. The centre has earned recognition as a leader in innovative and flexible training and assessment, with an emphasis on the individuality of its programs. From its inception, One World for Children has offered a service aiming to maintain industry relevance through linking training and assessing with industry. As a training organisation and interlinked childcare facility sharing premises and staff, One World for Children has a clear advantage for students and ensures its training programs remain responsive and specific to the needs of the industry. One World is excited to be able to offer a nationally recognised and highly regarded competency-based training in a classroom environment.

One World trainer Joanne Smith with Certificate III students Kylie MacBride and Brooke Moore. This stimulating and innovative program has been carefully developed by a team of highly experienced, specialist trainers and includes interactive classroom delivery, hands-on practical demonstrations and work placement designed to further enhance acquisition of skills and knowledge. Prospective students should not miss out on their opportunity

to particpate in this exciting program. Enrolments are being taken for class-based training in Certificate III in Children’s Services. Anyone wanting to find out whether they are eligible for a government-subsidised place can phone One World for Children’s office on 5272 2714 or register an expression of interest at www. owfc.com.au.

Do you want a career in Childcare? Join our Certificate III in Children’s Services CHC30712 Program and begin your career upon completion. This stimulating and innovative program has been carefully developed by our team of highly experienced, specialist trainers, and includes interactive classroom delivery, hands on practical demonstration and work placement.

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NOW TAKING ENROLMENTS FOR 2014 Oberon Primary School 28 Dorothy Avenue, Belmont

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for 2014 will be finalised by end of term one 2013 A state-of-the art facility reflecting the future, it will be in the centre of the college’s senior school and be like Central Station. It will be the place where students go for media inquiries, ICT help, library services, film-making, sound recording, research centres, discussion rooms, silent study areas, program assistance and career advice, all designed to meet the changing needs and changing learning mode of the new-age teenager.

Award-winning librarian Lynn Lytzki reads to preps at St John’s. 93963

St John’s inner-city education INNER-CITY living is proving to be a success in Geelong for residents who enjoy the convenience of proximity to the city’s waterfront precinct and Pakington St’s cafés. Since its opening more than 50 years ago, St John’s Lutheran School and Kindergarten has offered a unique opportunity for children to attend within easy reach of Geelong’s city centre as well as catering to counterparts from around the greater Geelong region.

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St John’s has been able to maintain a spacious atmosphere in its school grounds while operating within the city environment. An open day on Saturday, 16 March will give families an opportunity to explore the benefits of enrolling children at St John’s. Students will guide tours of the school, giving an interesting insight into their experiences at St John’s. St John’s is a welcoming school providing education to

both Lutheran families and others seeking an education for their child that encompasses strong values and quality teaching from staff with a commitment to excellence. With the focus on a wellrounded education in which students and staff are encouraged to extend their knowledge, St John’s has its share of high achievers, including librarian Lynn Lytzki who was recently awarded a Scholastic Education Literacy Champion Award for Victoria.

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KARDINIA International College again remains at the top of the class, with eight students achieving ATAR scores above 99 and 52 with scores above 90. The 2012 results were in line with Kardinia’s impressive record in 2011 when nine students were above 99. Half of the 2012’s high scores were students studying VCE, while the others were from the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. Top results come from excellent teaching and a culture of purpose and focus. In 2013 Kardinia had a huge increase in the number of students enrolling in the IB Diploma Program for tears 11 and 12, with Spanish added to the curriculum. Kardinia remains at the cutting edge of innovation and new technologies. The opening of the new Inquiry Centre with features such as its 33 large touch screens, a movie-making facility, a large electronic whiteboard, a promethean activity table, a model making area giving the IB primary years program a massive boost in progressive ways to research and inquire. The college has also purchased a 3D printer and a laser cutter for technologies in its senior school. In July a huge 2500 square metre project called The Learning Commons will begin construction.

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All furniture is beautifully finished in Tasmanian oak, blackwood or a wide range of other solid timber. Stunning bookcases, buffets, coffee tables, dining and bedroom furniture are available in modern and traditional designs and all at affordable prices. With more than 60 years experience between them, the Furniture by Design team can also provide design and timber advice. Furniture by Design also can also custom-make any piece to individual requirements. Customers can choose from a range of timbers, with stained or painted finishes to create an original furniture talking point in any home. Customers can talk to the Furniture by Design experts about ideas for feature pieces. Furniture by design even has stylish office furniture to enhance workplaces.

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IndyMotor Indy Motor Restored Kombis gleam at motor show

FULLY EQUIPPED: Refurbished Kombis are fitted out for all needs. POLISHED panels, gleaming chrome and car enthusiasts covered Elephant Walk for the annual Torquay Motor Show last Sunday. About 4000 people came to see 400 of the region’s best modified and restored vehicles. A new section was added this year for surfer vehicles which featured a line up of

mostly Kombis, all fully restored and tastefully modified. Paul Hodges won the class for his 1966 restored Kombi. The show was organised by the Torquay Rotary Club with local motor sport identity Gary Grant heading up the judging team. Next year’s show is already being planned for Sunday 9 February 2014.

ALL NEW AGAIN: The quintessential surfer van, the Volkswagen Kombi, is finding popularity again with a new generation of surfers.

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HONDA Insight was the first ever petrol-electric hybrid car to go on sale in Australia, pre-dating the better known Toyota Prius by about six months. That vehicle, launched to a startled public in 2001, was very much an engineering special. Designed to showcase Honda’s long standing reputation for being conscious of the environment, that Insight had unusual aerodynamic lines owing more to the wind tunnel than the stylist’s pen. The latest Insight, launched in 2011, was also shaped in the wind tunnel, but being visually pleasing was also part of the design brief. The shape is also a foretaste of another model, the Honda CR-Z, a sporting hybrid. Honda Insight is a practical fivedoor hatchback with room for four adults, it has a voluminous boot as the battery and other hybrid components have been scaled down in size compared with previous Honda hybrids. Insight can easily be used as a family car. A small 1.3-litre four-cylinder petrol engine is coupled with an electric motor, positioned between the engine and the continuously variable transmission. The electric motor chips in with power during acceleration and sometimes while cruising as well as capturing energy from the vehicle’s momentum during braking. Rated fuel consumption is 4.6 litres per 100 kilometres on the combined Australian driving cycle, although the best we achieved during our review was 5.1 L/100 km. Overall the Insight was running in the 5.5 to 6.0 range most of the time. This consumption is matched by some small diesel cars. However, the Honda is decidedly cleaner with carbon dioxide emissions measured at 109 grams per km on the official test. Honda Insight has earned a fivestar ANCAP crash rating. All cars are equipped with Honda’s Vehicle Stability Assist system, designed to come to the driver’s aid in cornering, during acceleration and sharp manoeuvres by applying braking to the right or left-hand wheels as needed, as well as

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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.

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managing engine torque distribution. Electric power-assisted rack-andpinion steering provides smooth feedback from the road, while anti-skid brakes with electronic brake force distribution ensures firm yet linear braking. Push a green (what other colour would it be?) button on the dashboard and a small forest of trees sprout on the display screen and lose their leaves according to how much fuel is being used and pollution emitted. Stop the Insight at the lights or a road junction and . . . silence! Power is automatically shut down to help save fuel. Other than that, and the different powertrain sound created by the use of the continuously variable transmission, the new Honda Insight sounds and feels much like any other car. Road holding and comfort are good, though not exactly in a sporting manner as economy tyres are used. Selecting Sport mode appears to make little difference to how the car responds (maybe it needs more urging) and steering wheel-mounted shift paddles seem over the top. The Insight is at its best in stopstart city driving, the bonus being constant braking topping up the battery when the car slows and/or brakes. Though aimed at city driving, where a hybrid makes the most sense, Honda Insight is capable enough on the open road. We did feel there was too much road noise on coarse-chip surfaces, but on smooth roads the Insight is quieter than average. Rough surfaces do upset the ride at times but not to the extent of being dangerous. This isn’t the sort of car aimed at drivers in the great Aussie bush but for the occasional holiday trip it will work well enough. The VTi receives LED daytime running lights, integrated Bluetooth with steering-wheel mounted controls and new door mirrors with side turn indicators. The VTi-L receives the same LED daytime running lights and a leather gear shift knob. Honda has big ambitions for hybrid technology and is aiming to have hybrid technology in 10 per cent of all Australian Hondas within three years.

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BJT delivering FORD OWNERS auto excellence with a focus on quality service For servicing and repairs with manufacturer’s warranty not affected see Geelong’s Ford Specialist.

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GEELONG’S leading independent motorcycle workshop offers customers a top-quality, professional advantage. Motorcycle Service Centre is a VACC-accredited workshop providing manufacturer-approved warranty and log-book servicing for all makes of motorcycles, scooters, quad-bikes and personal watercraft from Japan, Europe and the US. The centre’s service manager, Rob Jenner, says the team is always keen to provide great service and expert solutions. The workshop is fully-equipped with a large range of servicing and diagnostic equipment including a motorcycle chassis dynamometer that assists with performance tuning and fault finding. Motorcycle Service Centre covers all types of maintenance and repairs including engine and transmission reconditioning, restorative services, suspension overhauls, general repairs and, of course, service parts, Pirelli tyres and Morris lubricants. Owners of personal watercraft - jet skis - can rely on the expert, personalised service by power ski enthusiast Ryan Joslin who specialises in all types of two-stroke and four-stroke watercraft. Motorcycle Service Centre has a proud reputation for entering bikes and riders in all levels of state and national road-racing championships. It offers racers and track-day riders expert help and advice in all facets of sport and track-bike service, set-up and performance enhancement. Dirt-bike owners can also take advantage of the centre’s many years of experience in repair and service. The centre is an approved crash repairer, working with all major insurance companies. Roadworthy certificates and repairs are also available. Business hours are 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday, phone 5248 8813.

BJT AUTOMOTIVE is Geelong’s as home of automotive excellence. AS one of Geelong’s leading automotive servicing and repair workshops, BJT specialises in professional, personal customer service and quality workmanship. Based in Belmont, BJT Automotive offers a modern, state-of-the-art workshop at dealer standard featuring the latest in diagnostic testing and tuning equipment. BJT’s Brett Turley says the workshop team remains focused on ensuring customers drive away happy every time. “We’re Geelong’s Ford specialist. Our team has extensive knowledge and experience in Ford vehicles,” Brett says. “We also service and repair all other vehicle makes and models. “All our work is fully guaranteed and we offer a courtesy car drop off and pick up service to our clients.” New-vehicle warranties are unaffected for cars serviced at BJT Automotive, with Brett and his team providing manufacturers’ handbook servicing. BJT Automotive also offers air-conditioning servicing and regassing, suspension, brake and clutch repairs, electronic diagnostic and tuning work, EFI servicing and repairs, used-car pre-purchase inspections, fleet management and maintenance and licensed roadworthy testing. BJT Automotive operates from 8am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday at 8 Maxwell Avenue, Belmont, phone 5244 3337.

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AIR CONDITIONER, portable, 3.5KW, all accessories, cost $600, sell $275. 5278-2639.

WHITEGOODS, wall oven, Westinghouse, fan forced, chest freezer, dishwasher, GC. $450ono the lot. 5282-1038. BEDROOM SUITE, 3 piece, double, with mattress and base, EC. $350. 0419 581 584.

BED, single, iron frame, blue colour, 1900 x 900cm, arched headrest 780cm, new, includes mattress, $120ono. 52242735 or 0416 709 983. Geelong West. BEDROOM SUITE, children's bed, mattress, dressing table with mirror, bedside table and desk, all purple, GC. $1,800ono. 0422 875 738. Highton. BENCHTOP OVEN, breville, GC. $100ono. 52811894. BIKE, ladies, Centurion racer, VGC. $200ono. Phone: 5241-4819.

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SCOOTER, for mobility, Pride Celebrity, 30km range. $1,000ono. 0400 336 432. SCOOTER, mobility, electric, 4 wheel, 40km range, brand new. $1,900. 0408 658 985. SNOWBOARD, Nidecker, with carry case, Swiss made, with boot fittings. $500. 0403 661 236.

STAIRLIFT, Stannah 240, straight stairlight RHS up, wireless controls top and bottom, covers 4.2m, can be extended, $750. 0408 990 929. TALLBOY, six drawer, quality mahogany timber, as new. $170. 5250-4120. Leopold. TV, Voxson, HD, 22’’, DVD, and tuner, new in box, $290. 5224-2735 or 0416 709 983. Geelong West. VACUUM CLEANER, Kirby, Sentria, 6 months old, hardly used, $1,600ono. 0438 382 042. VAX CARPET CLEANER, wet or dry, great for pet hair, still in box. $150ono. 5281-1894. WARDROBE, large, old style, VGC, $200. Phone 0412 381 018.

WESTERN HEIGHTS, girl’s uniform, kilt, shirts, dresses, larger size, VGC. $200obo. 0405 210 945.

WETSUIT, Rip Curl Steamer, chest zip, size large, 3/2, brand new. Retail $580, sell $375. 0424 065 525. Anglesea. WHEELCHAIR, hardly used, near new condition $160ono. 5243-2003.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES ANTIQUE LINEN, lace, vintage designer clothing, house lot, antique framed prints, was $2,500, sell $1,000. 0418 382 989.

CLAIRVOYANT /PSYCHIC

MOBILITY SCOOTER, VGC, checked and serviced. $1,600ono. 52483206. St Albans Park.

MOWER, ride on, Explorer, 13hp, EC. Chainsaw, Stihl, 066, 20” bar, three chain, in very good condition. $2,750. 0417 525 984.

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PERSONAL MAN, in 60’s. looking for lady to have quality time together. 0419 097 639.

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LOUNGE SUITE, Freedom, cream leather, 2 piece, GC, $300 ono. 0416 430 419.

RIDE ON MOWER, 12HP, 42”, front deck zero cut radius, reliable performer. $1,200. 0417 554 791.

LOUNGE SUITE, with arm chair, bone velour, $300. Phone 5241-6803.

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FURNITURE, 1 X TV unit, 1 x coffee table, 1 x lamp table, dark chocolate, all EC. $600 the lot. 0409 789 322, Essendon.

FRIDGES, FREEZERS, W/M AND DRYERS

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GOT a computer for Christmas and stuck? Please contact Gillian on 5244-5182 or 0427 003 422.

DRUM SET, 8 piece cymbles, hi-hat and 2 stands, GC. $400. 52502728, mob: 0409 194 338.

WE DELIVER.

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DIVE SUIT, size 5/5ml, long Johns, jacket, used twice, as new, $275. 0434 344 283.

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KITCHEN TABLE, with 4 chairs, pine, round, table, 105cms diameter pedastal, EC, $150. 52511818.

Solid timber, insulated Colorbond roof. Ex lge suit Shepherd $160 Lge suit big Lab $135 Med $90 Sm $50

COMPUTER REPAIRS

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0408 521 806 bobcat also available

FOR SALE

Windows

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DINING TABLE, Travertine, 1950 x 1000, as new. $950. 5259-2625. Port Arlington.

POOL TABLE, 8’ x 4’, slate, EC, accessories included. $1,300. 0404 035 289. Geelong.

SEND IN YOUR PHOTO! Photo to appear in Black and White - $11.00 Photo to appear in Colour for an extra $16.00

*Offer only available for items normally advertised in the “For Sale” section. All advertisements must be pre-paid. For $32.91 you get a 15 word ONE ITEM ONLY advertisement, restricted to “For Sale” items only for private advertisers, run initially for 3 months or until sold. After your advertisement has run for 3 months you must call us to renew it for a further 2 week period AND reduce the price of your item by a minimum 5%. After 2 weeks you must then call us again to renew for another 2 weeks and again reduce the price of your item by a further 5%. This procedure may continue until you have sold your item. If we do not hear from you we will assume you have sold your item and your advertisement will not appear. The sale price must be included in the advertisement and the only alterations you may make are to the PRICE of your item. Business advertisements, rental hire and real estate are not included in the offer for the purpose of ongoing profit. The publisher reserves the right to decline any booking for the purpose of continuing gain. Your advertisement must be a minimum of 15 words (one item only) and include the suburb at the end.

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ASSORTED, three seater settee. Two aluminium mirror wardrobe doors, 2200mm x 800mm. $400. 5275-1893.

5243 7442

COMMODE, brand new, $95. 5222-3564.

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COLORBOND ROOFING/ FENCING, 1.8m (6ft) $9.50 each, zinc and gal $8.50 each or $750 per 100. 0421 523 490. Norlane.

COOKER, electric/gas, Westinghouse, white, EC. $150. 0418 997 555. Ocean Grove.

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NORTHERN BAY COLLEGE, Wexford Campus, school uniform, 5 shirts, jumper and blazer, size 14 boys, EC. $70ono. 0425 870 346.

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Tree Lopping/Surgery

BOOKCASE, 6 shelves, 1.5mW x 2mH x 30cm deep, VGC, $100. 52722947.

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CAR RADIO, Pioneer, multi function, CD, FM tuner, 45 x 4, new. $25. 5245-7381.

Telephone: 1300 666 808

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HOME SERVICES $60 CARPET CLEAN 3 rooms and hall. Phone Tony 0423 473 595.

MASSAGE THERAPISTS SWEDISH RELAXATION MASSAGE, Werribee, 7 days, 10am-8pm. Appointment needed. 0425 805 090.

MUSIC /INSTRUMENTS TROMBONE, Yamaha, .547 bore, GC, $600. 0434 344 283.

GUITAR LESSONS, experienced teacher, competitive rates, all students welcome. 0404 196 737. Geelong East.

WANTED FREE DISPOSAL of unused white goods, hot water services, scrap iron. Call Allan 0400 629 830.

WANTED TO BUY $$$ ATTENTION $$$ Working or not, fridges, freezers, washers, dryers. Not too old. Cash Paid. 5229-6246.

EMAIL: fermax@fermax.com.au

TRACTORS, gold grey Fergy, 434, International tractor, grey Fergy tractor and rotary hoe, grass slasher. 0419 097 639.

WORK FROM HOME

SITUATIONS WANTED

A NEW START 2013!! $$$

GARDENER

Customer Service/Mail Order from Home. $2-5k. Pt/Ft. (03) 8671-2990.

Weeding and light pruning. Ongoing work only. Moderate rates. Phone Monika 0439 811 330.

SITUATIONS VACANT EARN $50-$300+ Drop and collect catalogues and deliver orders in your area. Immediate start. Phone: 1300 306 306. www.homecare.com.au

MECHANIC Required for busy automotive workshop. Some experience necessary. 2nd or 3rd year Apprentice ok. Please email resume to: fossil121950@gmail.com

MOTOR VEHICLES

AUDI, A4, 1999, black, AC, PS, power windows, CD player, 18” wheels, electric sunroof, RWC, TTT-772. $7,500. 0413 956 329. Geelong.

HYUNDAI, Accent, silver, 5 door, hatch, 2000, auto, AC, PS, one owner, full service history, reg 28/3/13, RWC, QJZ-794, $5,200 ono. 5221-1765.

AUTO PARTS /ACCESSORIES MITSUBISHI VAN, bull bar and roof rack, 1995. $150. 5275-1893. NUDGE BAR, for Ford XH ute, with driving lights, EC. $350ono. 0403 137 813.

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

PUBLIC NOTICES

FITNESS EQUIPMENT HIRE Servicing Geelong and surrounds. Easy to run. Operating 15 years. Stong growth potential. Includes equipment, vehicle and tools. Phone 5222-1252 www.budgetfitness.com.au

RESUMES /EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

CITY OF GREATER GEELONG PUBLIC NOTICES

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MAZDA 6, 2008, classic, auto, sedan, reg 09/13, blue tooth, EC, RWC, 120,715kms, WPY-053. $13,500. 0404 875 008.

MITSUBISHI, Magna, 2001, QXZ-762, RWC, auto, 6cyl, A/C, P/S, 167,762kms. $5,425ono. 0488 273 272.

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

FORD, Falcon ute, SE AU, 2002, 120,000kms, 3 seater, new tyres, canopy, RLR-994, 1 owner, EC, full service history. $12,000. 0417 304 076.

SUZUKI, Swift, economical to run, 143,000kms, new G10A124250, as is 0407 525 774.

MILLARD, poptop, 12’ x 7’, GC, with annexe, $4,500ono. Phone 52772668.

FORD, Laser, 1991, auto, GC, reg until 10/13, ZHY245. $1,700 or $1,900 with RWC. 0425 754 379. 5278 8029. FORD, Territory TS, 2007, silver, auto, UXF-304, 1 lady owner, 127,000kms, full service history, EC. $17,000. 0417 304 076. HOLDEN, Rodeo, crew cab, ute, 2004, 136,000kms, white, 5 speed, SVF-429, EC. $12,000. 0417 304 076.

MAZDA 3, SP23, 2005, black, 5 speed manual, sports interior, full electrics, cruise control, full curtain airbags, power steering, 17' alloy wheels, brand new Yokohama tyres, ABS brakes, AC, climate control, remote keyless entry, engine immobiliser, fog lights, EC, 4 door sedan, 6 stacker CD player, very reliable car, RWC. YAR-105. $15,000ono. 0402 700 340.

ABC CAR REMOVALS CASH PAID  $50 - $500 

Cars, utes, trucks & vans. 25hrs 8 days/week Ph 0419 002 323 LMCT 10471W

FORD, Fairmont, 1996, GC, no reg, no RWC, XHX-042. $1,000ono. 0413 804 549.

FORD, Futura, station wagon, 1998, EC, RWC, CC, many extras. WAN892. $4,200ono. 5275 0752.

AAA Mitch’s Car Removals and Towing. Cash paid for complete vehicles, also scrap metal and farm machinery. Phone 0420 671 711. LMCT 10724

CARAVANS & TRAILERS CARAVANS/TRAILERS wanted. Any condition. Call 0438 866 434.

Reg. Office - 78 Moorabool St., Geelong 3220

WRECKING

TOWBAR, Hayman Reece, heavy duty, plus neck etc, 5mo, suit FG Ford sedan. $300. 52782639.

PUBLIC NOTICES

PUBLIC NOTICES

Proven methods. Anxiety specialist. Health rebates available. Lorina Harris 0402 454 951.

FORD, 2003, BA Fairlane Ghia, full service history, 129,000kms, EC, RWC, SJX-567. $11,900ono. 0409 175 344.

auto, 1991, tyres, $650.

CAR REMOVAL, $100 cash if complete. Prompt pick up, LMCT 7551. Call John 0430 446 730.

CORIO AUTO WRECKERS CAR REMOVAL Top Prices

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MOTORCYCLES

5278 8588 ROYAL FLAIR, 2003, 18’, TV, fridge, awning, large island bed, electric brakes, 12V power, top condition, fully decked, garaged, first to see will buy. $18,500ono. 0409 130 521.

HONDA, CBR 900, 1993, EC, reg until 10/13, RWC, heaps of spares/extras 1G-8XC. $4,000. 0488 114 476.

STATESMAN, Poptop, 1988, 13ft, full annexe, 3 berth, full oven, 3 way fridge, microwave, electric brakes, storage boxes, new tyres, spare, extra’s. $6,800. 0418 517 722. Lara.

HONDA, CBR600RR, 2005, EC, reg until 09/13, Yoshi exhaust, Pazo levers, rear sets, fully optioned, EK-888. $7,250 ono. 0414 432 295.

TELSTAR, 1900, EC, annexe, modern fit out, 17’6”, sleeps 6, registered until 06/13. $9,500. 0414 745 227.

Our readers are a smart bunch... They know when a local newspaper is really in touch with their community and is not being published as part of some global corporate strategy. The Mail Newspaper Group is Australian-family owned, truly independent and genuinely interested in the well being of the community.

YAMAHA, FJR, 1300, 2001 model, 62,000kms, leather tank cover and bag, top box, stay in tune exhaust, touring screen, seat covers, 12 months reg, RWC, IC-244. $7,500. 0409 532 375.

TRAILERS, largest range, best prices, 1/56 Sun Street, Geelong. Phone 5248 6070. bigtrailerwarehouse.com.au

WRECKING

classieds

AUTO PARTS /ACCESSORIES

AA FREE CAR REMOVAL Prompt, friendly service. 0419 899 698, all hours. Portside Auto Wreckers. All makes and models. Open 6 days a week.

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NUDGE BAR, for EL Ford sedan. $90ono. 0403 137 813.

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IndySport Indy Sport Rams set to batter Joeysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; hopes DESPITE some gallant individual efforts, Geelong Cricket Club fell agonisingly short of their target last Saturday consequently to drop out of finals calculations. Chasing Camberwellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 219, the Cats were wellplaced at 2/109 thanks to some quality batting by James Crosthwaite, 87, and Hayden Butterworth, 39. But, as it has done all season, Geelongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brittle middle order failed when exposed and fell to 9/188. Marc Carson and Jake Reed werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t going to lie down without a fight and edged ever closer but when Carson was dismissed the Cats were seven runs short of their target. With two games left, Geelong will host St Kilda this round and, while its season is effectively over, players still have something to be gained if they wish to impress for next season. In Geelong Cricket Association, the division one ladder has been thrown in the air and, with so many critical games hanging in the balance, who knows

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cricket Jim Timberlake

how it will look by the close of play this weekend. Leopold made a competitive 196 against Grovedale on the back of fine century by Ben Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien. Grovedale has some talent in its batting line-up but Leopoldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bowling canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be taken lightly and will be hard to beat. For Geelong West, Sam Loftus starred with 173 in his teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s total of 9/318 against St Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. The Rams will win this game easily and put a massive dent in Joeysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; finals aspirations. Newtown & Chilwell has risen from the dead to post 7/269 at Stinton Oval against East Belmont.

The Lions should play finals but their deep batting line-up will have to win this game to avoid tumbling down the table. In division two, Torquay and Thomson both put in sterling performances at just the right time of the season. Torquay batted first in its game against St Peterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, posting an incredible 438. After being 3/59, Luke Slater, 195, and Shane Thompson, 122, put on 203 for the fourth wicket. A win tomorrow should see the Tigers re-enter the top six. Thomson was the other side to hit form at the right time. Batting first against Modewarre, the Tigers raced to 8/212 from just 48 overs, with Jayden Hicks top scoring on 69 before a timely declaration by Brad Grapsas. Hicks again starred, this time with the ball, tak-

ing 4/22 to see Modewarre all out for 89. An outright seems assured for Thomson in a result that will virtually assure finals action. With most games going to plan in division three, Teesdale looks the only side capable of causing an upset and significantly rearranging the ladder. Bowling first against Shelford last week, Teesdale toiled hard to dismiss its host for 180. Shaun Campbell was the pick of the bowlers taking 4/47, while Sam Campbell leant good support with 3/26. For Shelford, Michael Lymer top-scored with 86 before being unfotunately run out just shy of a welldeserved century. In reply, Teesdale had to survive 13 overs and did so with a positive attitude, knocking 65 runs off its target without the loss of a wicket. A likely win tomorrow will keep Teesdaleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s finals hopes alive.

Anglers rapt with plastic as snapper taken in Corio Bay outer-harbour On the

bite Brian Long

GREAT weather produced outstanding action on Corio Bayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s outer-harbour for soft plastics anglers over the past week. Danny Clapinski and Peter Baceley enjoyed fantastic results, landing a nice bag of snapper to 4kg on Gulp swimming mullet in the Pumpkinseed colour. Greg and Nathan Little fished the same area, returning with four fish all better than 3kg apiece and reporting that some nice rock flathead were also encountered. Tim Carroll and Bianca Gordon found a patch of snapper on the shallow grass beds, catching a dozen pinkies to 45cm on a variety of Gulp soft plastics. Don Collins fished the channel edge of Wilson Spit for a bag-limit catch of snapper, most around 38cm but the largest hitting 4.3kg. Don caught half his fish on salted pilchard and the rest on soft plastics. Squid were taken on the grass beds between Clifton Springs and Leopold from first light to around 8.30am. Small natural-coloured jigs were best. Troy Parked fished close in at Bird Rock where he found whiting and garfish busy as the tide started to run off from high. Daniel Pullen trolled over the reefy ground between Point Lillias and the quarries where he was plagued by pike, some close to 1m. He used a deepdiving Sebile Koolie minnows in water averaging under 4m. The best whiting action was generally enjoyed from St Leonards to Queenscliff. Paul Dean landed his bag limit of fish to 44cm twice in close to Edwards Point.

PLASTIC RAPT: Danny Clapinski with his snapper.

TOP CATCH: Tim Carroll and Bianca Gordon show off snapper taken with soft plastics.

Tye Parker also fishing close to the entrance of Swan Bay where his berley trail brought a flathead to the back of the boat. The 78cm fish was the biggest of seven landed for the afternoon. Reasonable numbers of salmon were present in The Rip area. Trolling close to Bell Reef on a line heading toward Corsair Rock soon located shoals. When southerly winds werenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t cursing surf anglers Black Rock, Cinema Point and many areas just past Lorne were productive. Surf spin anglers continued taking reasonable numbers of salmon, with fish over 2kg landed at Cinema Point of late. High tides were clearly best. Spin anglers working the Barwon River upstream of Buckley Falls caught redfin fishing on lure while constantly moving in search of a shoal. Paul Harper fished downstream of the Ceres Bridge where he caught plenty of small reddies but landed eight

around 900g by the end of the day, with a Mepps Aglia spinner in the Phosphorescent colour working best. Below Buckley Falls was best for carp action, especially during late afternoon and into the evening. Lake Purrumbete remained consistent for quality trout on bait and lure. Garry Welsh cast lures from his kayak near Shag Rock where he landed a 4.7kg brown after a 20-minute battle. Lake Tooliorook hosted plenty of anglers who caught trout to more than 3kg. Trolling Tassie Devils close to shore was productive, while land-based anglers had results casing lures after wading out a little. Harry Watts fished fly after dark at Lake Wendouree, catching six fish just under 1kg in two hours on Monday night with a floating mudeye pattern. Bluefin tuna were caught off Portland to the

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