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College comment refusals BY CHERIE DONNELLAN TORQUAY ward candidates have slammed Christian College’s attempt to preempt a response on support for development on its controversial Spring Creek site. The college asked Surf Coast candidates if they would support the school’s plan to build a Torquay campus in a September 27 letter. The Independent reported last week that Christian College notified parents it sought an amendment last month for a “rezoning from the current farming zone to a special use zone” for its Spring Creek site. But Torquay candidates unanimously said they refused to respond to the yes-no question because they would violate a local government act decision known as the Winky Pop (2007) ruling. Victorian Local Government Association defines the ruling as a candidate making a “pre-apprehensive” public statement on planning issue. “Councils have a quasi-judicial role as the local planning authority,” a VLGA statement said. “It’s natural justice and a long established legal principle that those who determine a matter shouldn’t demonstrate in advance of the case that they’ve already made up their mind about it.” Dean Webster told the Independent he responded to the school’s letter specifying if candidates replied they would be “excluded from being able to vote

on the matter if elected to council. “If (candidates) do vote, they can be prosecuted under the act,” Mr Webster said. Eve Fisher was concerned about Christian College’s motives. “It could be completely innocent but the college shouldn’t have done this. “This issue’s too big to be answered or solved with the tick of a box without fully understanding and considering the proposal,” Ms Fisher said. “That will be the responsibility of elected candidates in the chamber.” Rose Hodge and Gary Dunne said they had not received the letter, but both said they would not respond. “I will have an open mind until I’m in chamber to debate,” Ms Hodge said. David Bell said the letter was “almost designed to entrap” candidates. The VLGA ruling put “immense pressure” on candidates to uphold a higher probity than other forms of government, Mr Bell said. “If all candidates were to respond incautiously, we might have a situation where no councillor could vote on the decision because they’d be caught in the Winky Pop ruling. “How could we possibly represent our community if there’s a chance we could be constantly caught up in being seen as biased for speaking on a matter publicly?” Mr Bell said.

NOMINATIONS have opened for the first monthly Independent Shop Local Customer Service Award. The Independent will publish a story and picture on each monthly winner, providing them with widespread community recognition in the region’s highest-circulating newspaper. The winner will also receive a $1000 advertising package from the Independent and its EasyFinder online business directory. Shoppers simply have to send the Independent the name of a retail shop and explain in 50 words or less why it deserves the customer service award. Entry details are printed below. Independent managing editor Tony Galpin urged readers to begin considering worthy winners. “Many local retailers work very hard with plenty of competition and obstacles to overcome. The Shop Local award will be welcome recognition for traders providing great customer service.” The award is part of the new Shop Local Geelong campaign. The campaign seeks to encourage shopping with local businesses while rewarding them for excellence in customer service. The Independent and City of Greater Geelong launched Shop Local last week. The campaign also has the backing of Geelong Chamber of Commerce and its Geelong Retail Network. Shop Local Award entries to editorial@geelongindependent.com.au, mail: Shop Local Award, PO Box 407, Geelong, 3220. Fax: 5249 6799.

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Lanterns shine in waterfront fun AN ABUNDANCE of glue and glitter filled Geelong waterfront’s carousel this week as children made lanterns for an upcoming festival parade. Streets are Alive’s Grant Conn said the school holiday program event gave local children an opportunity to join in the festival’s lantern parade on November 11.

Mr Conn said he expected about 100 children to bring their handmade lanterns to march in the parade between Eastern Beach and the carousel. Streets are Alive on November 10 and 11 will feature musicians, dancers, art and entertainment at Geelong’s waterfront and central activities area.

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vital funds assisting Give Where You Live fulfil its goal of helping people who struggle to cope with poor health, reduced education opportunities and insufficient income.” Geelong Independent will rejoin Target and Give Where You Live for the 2013 Multi Sport Festival. Independent journalist Michelle Herbison is looking forward to participating and is already in training. “I had a great time doing the swim last year so I’m looking forward to getting involved again,” Michelle said. “I’ve already started rounding up a couple of the other staff to join me.” The Geelong Multi Sport Festival will be held from February 8 to 10. Entries are open for festival and triathlon events, including the Urban Geelong Long Course, Subaru Olympic Distance Triathlon, Geelong Independent Superkidz Triathlon; Target Foreshore Fun Run/Walk; Target Enticer Corporate Triathlon; the Carter Group Special Tri; and the Geelong 1000 Bay Swim.

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BY NOEL MURPHY ANDREW Conlon is one of some 20 Geelong people looking to lodge a class action against the CFA over alleged exposure of its workers to cancer-causing chemicals at its Fiskville Training Centre. Mr Conlon’s late parents both worked at the centre, where workers were exposed to carcinogens, according to Professor Rob Joy’s report “Fiskville: Understanding the Past to Inform the Future”. They died in the early 1990s, his father of heart disease, his mother of bone cancer. It wasn’t until this year that Mr Conlon and his siblings began to suspect a solid link between their deaths and their jobs with the CFA. “It was always a suspicion but this obviously strengthened when we saw the long list of people we knew well who were affected,” he said. “Myself, a school mate and my two brothers and sister were exposed going to school every day. “I can’t bring back my parents but I would be very angry now if I fell ill and my wife and three children were impacted.” Legal firm Slater and Gordon’s Andrew Baker said Geelong was over-represented on a list of almost 200 people connected to the Fiskville centre who had contacted the lawyers. Mr Baker said about one-third of his Fiskville clients had been diagnosed with cancer while others had a range of complaints including respiratory illnesses or auto-immune diseases. Mr Conlon, a father of three from Point Lonsdale, grew up on a farm next to the CFA centre. His parents worked there during quiet periods on the farm. “Our father was one the pad operators who Professor Joy’s report recognised as some of those most at risk and mum worked in the kitchen,” Mr Conlan said. He said he had little doubt chemical exposure at Fiskville contributed to their deaths.

GEELONG is a “hot spot” for crime syndicates targeting retailers who stock the new iPhone 5, credit information company Dun and Bradstreet has warned. Recent research found a high number of fraudulent applications for the iPhone 4S were made in the northern area of Geelong after its launch last year.

Pay up THE SHERIFF’S Office caught 197 people with 534 outstanding infringement warrants worth almost $150,000 after blitzing Geelong for five weeks. Using new automated number plate recognition technology, Sheriff’s Officers undertook more than 8,073 checks of individuals, clamping 27 vehicles against 534 warrants.

Virtual library GEELONG Regional Library experienced a 111 per cent increase in downloads of e-collections, according to its annual report. The report said the library had a 199 per cent increase in access to wireless internet sessions at libraries, as well as more than 1.5 million visits, a 5.4 per cent increase.

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Mitchell in pole poll position But she faces a battle with Ms Asher on primary votes and early preferences to stay in the race. If Ms Uzelac can’t do so, then Ms Asher appears poised to pick up a large number of late preferences and mount that strong late challenge herself. Local footballing legend Ron Watts is unlikely to win few early preferences and must fare strongly in the primaries to keep pace with Ms Asher or Ms Uzelac, let alone the anticipated front-runners Cr Mitchell and Mr Fagg. Cr Mitchell stands to pick up the earliest preference with low-profile candidates Frank Rozpara, John Smith and Graeme Robin along with Ms Uzelac and Socialist Alliance candi-

date Sue Bull preferencing him at either two or three. If he polls well in the primaries, he may well unassailable. Mr Fagg, by contrast, has one third, one fourth and three fifth preferences headed his way respectively from Mr Smith, Mr Robin, Mr Watts, Ms Asher and Ms Uzelac. Ms Asher has three second preferences, from Mr Watt, Ms Uzelac and Mr Robin and one fourth, from Mr Fagg. As low-ranking candidates are eliminated during counting it is the high and mid-profile candidates whose preferences will bear greatest weight. It is here that Ms Uzelac is poised better than anyone else. She has no less

than seven candidates directing preferences of between second and fifth. When low-profile candidates are eliminated, provided she can hang on, she will have the powerful third preferences of Mr Watt and Mr Fagg and second preferences of Cr Mitchell and Ms Asher. Cr Mitchell was reluctant to be drawn on his preference prospects. “Whatever happens, happens,’’ he said. “I’m putting my best foot forward. I’m happy to stand on my record and what council’s achieved over last four years.’’ He said he had no contingency career plans if he didn’t take the job again. “I’m only in it to win it,’’ he said.

Target summit GEELONG hosted the first ever gathering of all 350 Target store managers nationally this week in a “T12 Summit”. The Geelong-based department store chain said it was vital for Target’s leaders to understand the company’s heritage.

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Preferences will decide city election BY NOEL MURPHY GEELONG’S mayoral race is shaping up as a battle of preferences with incumbent John Mitchell positioned well ahead of his chief contenders to take the city chalice. High-profile businessman Keith Fagg, widely expected to garner a strong primary vote, is unlikely to draw early preferences in counting and can be expected to face strong challenges from Chamber of Commerce boss Bernadette Uzelac or publicist Stephanie Asher. Ms Uzelac, depending on the strength of her primary count, could prove a powerful finisher with multiple high-ranking preferences from the field’s best-known candidates.

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BY MICHELLE HERBISON A $48 MILLION project to boost Deakin University Waurn Ponds campus student accommodation by more than 300 beds began construction this week. A spokesperson for Deakin University said the single-occupancy studio apartments would fill a “desperate” need since this year 700 students applied for the 259 available on-campus beds. Deakin University Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane den Hollander said the new apartments would support a planned increase in student numbers to 20,000 by 2020. “The project is important for Geelong’s growth as a flourishing and vibrant university town,” she said. Member for Corangamite Darren Cheeseman said Federal Government’s $38 million contribution as part of the National Rental Affordability Scheme (NRAS) would keep rental at 20 per cent below market rates. “We know that the lack of rental properties around this part of Victoria push up the prices of accommodation to levels that are out of reach for many of our best and brightest students,” Mr Cheeseman said. Mr Cheeseman said students could live in the new apartments by 2014. “Importantly, the campus incorporates green technology including solar panels and hot water systems, vertical screens for sun control as well as cycle ways which will link to nearby shops,” he said. State Higher Education Minister Peter Hall said the accommodation would support expansion of tertiary opportunities in Geelong. Deakin’s Waurn Ponds campus would soon be home to a new $255 million Epworth teaching hospital and a $102.8 million carbon fibre research facility. “By investing more than $10 million in this project, the Coalition Government is not only acting to address local accommodation shortages for students

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promise. I am proud of the role I played in seeing the scheme work well. “The idea has now been adopted in other jurisdictions. It looks after those in need.” Assistant Treasurer Gordon RichPhillips said the TAC was instrumental in fighting the road toll, lowering it from the 705 in 1987 to its current level of 287. The event was attended by two young Victorian men among the first to receive services through the TAC. Anthony Bartl and Simon van Beest both had car accidents in 1986 as young boys and featured in a video reflecting the TAC’s history. TAC chief Janet Dore said both had overcome many challenges to lead fulfilling lives. “It’s difficult to imagine what sort of support injured Victorians would have if the TAC hadn’t been established.”

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Queenscliff poll ‘disappointing’ THREE Borough of Queenscliffe candidates have expressed their disappointment at comments from Mayor Bob Merriman. Peter Russell, Greg Jones and Graham Christie are running in the election on a platform of good governance and transparency. Mr Russell said he had been “intentionally smeared” in the lead up to the October council elections by Cr Merriman. “The true facts are the exact opposite to Mr Merriman’s false accusations,” Mr Russell said. Mr Russell said the comments revolved around his record as a Moorabool Shire councillor, deputy mayor and mayor. “I left Moorabool Shire Council in 2008 at end of my council term with-

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2008. Mr Jones said he did not wish to respond directly to the comments, but the issue reflected the intrusion of bullying into Australian politics at all levels. Cr Merriman said he would rely on the Ombudsman’s Report of the factual situation in which Moorabool council was found to have difficulties with transparency and governance. “Four councillors including Mr Russell initially voted against the proposed changes and it wasn’t until three weeks before an election that they were adopted, and Mr Russell failed to hold his seat.” Mr Christie did not make any comment. Enough is enough – Letters page 14

Editor’s note: THE Independent published material on page four of its September 28 edition, as part of its coverage of the Queenscliffe Borough election. The material was published in good faith, after speaking with a range of candidates, to allow debate and inform the voting public. At no stage did the Independent intend to offend or injure reputations, but sought to report accurately the comments made by each of the candidates. The Independent apologises for offending any of the candidates. The material also represented Mr Peter Russell as a Searoad Ferries employee. The Independent wishes to clarify that Mr Russell is not, nor has ever been, employed by Searoad Ferries.

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Residents sign up to GRRA BY CHERIE DONNELLAN GEELONG’S new residents and ratepayers association is rapidly attracting members, according to the group’s president. Andrew Senia said he expected up to 20 new members would attend not-for-profit GRRA’s third meeting, despite starting just 14 days ago. “We had 13 new members attend our last meeting, with 13 apologies,” he said. The Independent reported two weeks ago the birth of the first-ever city-wide municipal watchdog. Mr Senia said his law firm had been inundated with membership enquiries. “It’s fantastic that so many people are looking to join. Potentially we could have 170,000 members. “We’re realistic of course about not expecting to reach that, but the more people that join, the stronger the voice we’ll have to approach local government and parliament with our issues.” GRRA’s priorities would include “scrutinising” council election candidates about any “political stances, promises about funding and their commitment to transparency within council”, Mr Senia said. The committee would “indirectly help” nonmembers with ensuring residents’ concerns were listened to and supported, he said. Mystery mayoral candidate John Smith has thrown his support behind GRRA. Mr Senia said Mr Smith contacted him earlier this week to congratulate him on starting the committee. “He told me he expected our numbers would grow,” Mr Senia said. “He’s also got a rates policy himself, and a policy about local government’s superannuation issue, and he intends to announce those policies soon.” Mr Senia said a “bank” and a “large company” expressed interest in sponsoring the GRRA. “We’d love sponsors to get on board.” He encouraged residents considering joining to call GRRA’s public officer Callan Shakespeare on 5226 3555 or email callan.shakespeare@mchenrypartners.com.au.

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BY NOEL MURPHY FORGET the mayoral race, Geelong needs to focus on its new councillors and it needs to fix its city centre. That’s the campaign pitch by outspoken Brownbill ward hopeful Greg McDonald, a real estate agent with his eyes firmly fixed on the city centre portfolio. “Everyone’s focussed on the mayoral vote but the mayor is just one vote in the council and can’t achieve anything without at least six councillors voting with him,” Mr McDonald said. “It’s the councillors you need, not just the mayor, whoever he or she is. It’s the councillors who do the gruntwork.’’ Mr McDonald said he was openly appalled at the damage sustained by the city as dozens of shops pull down the shutters and exit the central activities area. He blames parking, heavy trucks and city red tape. He says commercial property valuations have plummeted, in some cases by 40 per cent, and council revenue accordingly. “But revenue previously raised from the CBD has to be picked up elsewhere,’’ he said. “And it’s the average ratepayer in Geelong who’s paying for the council inaction in fixing the CBD.’’ Mr McDonald is contesting a six-

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BOUQUETS to the wonderful person who handed in my purse to Bendigo Bank after I lost it in Geelong West on Monday. You relieved my anxiety very quickly and saved me a lot of trouble. Thanks, North Geelong

GEELONG again recorded average to above average rain for September. The average across the urban area, from Lara to Waurn Ponds, was 52mm. Long-term, the average for Geelong is 49.7mm. The wettest suburb was Drumcondra (66.3mm) and the driest was Hamlyn Heights (37.4mm). For the sixth consecutive month average rainfall or above was received across Geelong. The Otways and the Bellarine Peninsula however fell below average for the first time in six months. Despite this, the water catchments are still at 96 per cent of capacity. September was 0.7 of a degree warmer than average in Geelong. Minimums were almost a degree warmer and maximums were about half a degree higher. Daily minimums averaged 8.1 degrees and maximums 17.6. Coldest overnight temperature was 3.5C recorded on the September 26 and the warmest overnight was 13.2C on the 27th. That was also the warmest day when the temperature reached 26.7C. The coldest day was the 29th, with a maximum of 12.7. There were two days of lightning and thunder on September 20 and the 28. Neither of these produced large amounts of rain

Under the weather LINDSAY SMAIL but there was one severe wind storm on the 5th, when 100kph winds struck Pt Wilson and 76kph winds rocked Geelong. Geelong had six strong-wind days with the maximum gust 78 kph on the 7th. The four days from September 5 to 8 all had maximum gusts over 60kph. Avalon recorded 30mm of rain on the 19th, causing local flash flooding in the northern suburbs. Widespread hail was recorded on the 13th, and smaller isolated hail showers were reported in other suburbs. Snow fell at Meredith and on the Otways Ridge on the 29th and Beech Forest had a white carpet about 5cm deep, later augmented by large hail and rain.

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BOUQUETS to Central Geelong Marketing and local businesses for organising loads of fun free activities for us to do during the school holidays. We were kept busy doing lots of creative activities and had loads of fun. Two happy kids, East Geelong


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HAVE YOUR SAY NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION FOR PLANNING PERMIT The land affected by the application is located at: 190-192 Myers Street, Geelong The application is for a permit to: Development of 193 apartments, use and development of offices and a food and drink premises (cafe), reduction in car parking, partial waiver of the bicycle requirement, waiver of loading bay requirements and partial demolition and alterations to heritage buildings. The applicant for the permit is: Common Equity Housing Ltd

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Oarsome: Canoeists Kal Rawson, Ben Winter, Mardi Stapleton and James Winter on their favourite river. Picture Tommy Ritchie 88049 kilometres.” Graeme said the club was looking to strengthen its junior ranks, mainly through school involvement. “We’re looking for ways to encourage juniors to participate. Juniors are our future, same as all sports. “We have Newcomb Secondary College and a few St Josephs students coming along. “But it’s an individual sport, so there no chance of team play like footy or cricket, apart from the doubles and quads.” Graeme said despite the individuality of competition, the social aspect of canoeing was what attracted most people. “Sure, where we get onto the water we

do compete, but off the water everyone talks to one another. “I’ve been a member of a few different sporting clubs but I’ve never seen people help each other as they do in our sport. “That’s why people love canoeing.” The club is currently organising a statewide canoe polo tournament, where solo canoeists try to whack a ball into floating nets set up on a river section. “Canoe polo is pretty demanding, and people really get stuck into it,” Graeme said. “It’s been an interesting innovation for the club.” Visit the club website at geelongcanoeclub.org.au for more information.

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IF YOU see a passionate paddler out on the Barwon River at any time of day or night, chances are they belong to the Geelong Canoe Club. President Graeme Bowes said canoeists were coming and going seven days a week at all hours. The club’s base in Marnock Rd opposite Balyang Sanctuary becomes a revolving door. “Before we had the clubrooms people would just roll up with canoes on their cars, usually near the rowing clubs, and launch,” Graeme recalled. “Having our own base has made a significant difference. Our membership has built up, we have around 220 now.” The club is fortunate to have one of the best stretches of water anywhere in the state to accommodate its paddlers. “Canoeing Victoria considers Geelong as probably the number one venue,” Graeme confided. “We have everything required here: The water is fairly sheltered, we can easily set up a good course and we can book the river for major events so it is closed to other water users. “The only area we could improve a bit is in shortening the portage area, where division one and two paddlers have to get out and carry their boat to the next section before continuing.” Graeme said the Australian canoe marathon titles were held on the Barwon on a regular basis. “Most people have heard of the Murray Marathon. “It is similar, with entrants seeded according to past results. “The elite canoeists do 24 kilometres, right down to the sub-juniors who do four

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I DO NOT wish to respond directly about an article on the Borough of Queenscliff elections (Independent September 28). I will deal with it through the appropriate process and under advisement, as I am certain the people of Point Lonsdale and Queenscliff do not accept such poor leadership. The community deserves better governance as this is the very foundation of a local council. Better governance hinges on transparency, accountability, stewardship of the community’s resources and assets, visionary leadership, good planning and effective implementation. There is no place for bullying at any level of government. As with the recent media regarding Allan Jones, bullying has found its way into Australian politics at all levels. It is snide, cowardly and those who use it should be denied media at every opportunity. It is not news and should be treated with disdain. Those who are unfortunately associated with such people, will surely distance themselves from such cowardice as a matter of honour and respect for the electoral process. I also believe those associated with parties or have agendas critical to our environment, must be made to declare their allegiance, so as to ensure true transparency. Suffice to say that when playing in a team, you represent your community not just your team mates. You have to stand tall together in adversity. In football, I was often the target of snipers; such cowardice by weak opponents never surprised me, however, I never took my eye off the objective for the honour of winning for my community. Nothing has changed; my commitment shall not waiver. Greg Jones Queenscliff Council candidate Pt Lonsdale

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IN THE coming decade our communities will face more expensive energy and food, increasing economic and financial constraints and a higher probability of extreme weather events. The City of Greater Geelong has recognised these challenges and has voted to engage in a program to meet them. The program, run by the Municipal Association of Victoria and Councils and Communities in Transition (CACIT) is based on the international transition towns model now receiving widespread acceptance as a means of improving local community resilience in the face of growing global energy, economic and financial challenges. It provides councils with support in the creation of community engagement strategies and response plans including an Energy Descent Action Plan. I commend councillors for their decision to stand behind this important initiative but it needs more than just lip service. Energy descent thinking must permeate every level of local government, informing every decision from strategic planning though to service delivery. With the inevitable demise of three of our major industries, Ford, Shell and Alcoa, we will need councillors with the courage and conviction to fully implement the CACIT program. Re-localising the production of goods and services will slow the leakage of financial and social capital from our community to the globalised world. It will create local resilience, connection and meaningful, fulfilling employment for local people. Phil Baulch Kardinia ward candidate Belmont

Surrender OCTOBER’S Community Safety Month this year provides Victorians with an opportunity to hand in any unwanted or illegal firearms and weapons without fear of prosecution. Over the next two months as part of a state-wide amnesty, Victoria Police is urging members of the public to voluntarily surrender firearms, knives and any other weapons.No questions asked – we just want them off our streets. In past amnesties we’ve seen machetes, swords, handguns and air rifles handed in. And we’ve seen cases of items being found in back sheds that are no longer needed but which could pose a threat in the wrong hands – like antique firearms. Victorians have until 30 November to present to police any illegal or unwanted weapons and firearms for them to be destroyed. People are encouraged to phone their local police station before bringing items in. All weapons must be wrapped in paper, plastic or cloth and transported to a police station in a safe and secure manner. This is about giving people the opportunity to make the right choice and hand them in, no questions asked, or face the prospect of harsh penalties – up to two years imprisonment for carrying weapons, or up to 10 years for firearms offences. It’s also about making a choice to make our community safer. Superintendent Russell Barrett Victoria Police Licensing and Regulation Services Division

Privacy lock ANOTHER council election and another opportunity for that outfit the Committee for Geelong to get up to its old shenanigans – lest anyone ever forget the Cash for Councillors affair which led to the conviction of David Saunderson for breaches of the Local Government Act. While the Chairman of the Committee has sought to distance himself from the passing on of private information to the Committee’s preferred candidate Ms Uzelac, Executive Director Peter Dorling has been almost shameless in his admission of guilt. I ask the members of the executive of the committee, the broader committee and the people of Geelong: Just when are we going to see some accountability from this outfit? Members of the committee give their information in good faith to the committee administration for a single purpose. When that information is used for other purposes, they have every right to be very angry indeed. When the committee fails to act against the leaker, well they should be furious. Perhaps someone needs to take the matter up with the Federal Privacy Commissioner. Over to you Mr Betts. Kevin V Russell Geelong

Impolite parliament I HAVE at last weaned myself off from watching our federal parliament, in particular the House of Representatives. Peter Slipper was not good as a Speaker but he was far better in the chair than the current one – Anna Burke. Constant talk, a barrage of noise from both sides and constant attempts at belittling the opposition leader seems to be the order of the day, with nil questions answered; the Speaker is ignored when she tries to bring government ministers back to the question and sadly political bias has become routine in the running of question time. It is sad to see our parliament go down such an impolite track: Impolite to us, the Australian people who pay them to govern us competently and to set standards that should enable us to face the world. I dislike the member who sits so prominently on the government bench who constantly interjects with shame! shame! And she is not the only one. Fancy the treasurer standing up in parliament and calling the opposition leader a thug! Even though he has been told not to do so, Mr Swan continues to call Joe Hockey Sloppy Joe. And he is not stopped. Enough is enough. Grow up and attempt to govern this wide, brown land competently. Bob Dare Portarlington

Geelong-centric WHAT this city requires as a future mayor is a man or woman whose heart beats for Geelong, rather than self-interest. Are any such people actually standing? Michael J Gamble Belmont

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Events aplenty in seniors festival he 2012 Geelong Seniors Festival is on now and runs until October31. This is a great opportunity to get out and about for little or no cost and enjoy the wonderful range of events on offer. The 2012 Geelong Seniors Festival boasts more than 100 events ranging from concerts and exhibitions through to more active options such as walking or cycling activities. All events are listed in the festival program. You can pick up your free copy of the festival program from any library branch, City of Greater Geelong Customer Service Centre or Coles Supermarket. You can also view the program of events online at the City of Greater Geelong website www.geelong australia.com.au. As well as being a great opportunity to enjoy an array of fabulous events, the festival also provides an insight into what is on in Geelong for the rest of the year, as most of the events are staged by local clubs and interest groups. Many people go for one event and have such a good time they keep returning to that club or activity for many years to come. The Geelong Seniors Festival provides many great avenues to help you stay active and connected in the community. The festival has become so popular in Geelong that it runs for the entire month of October, rather than the traditional Seniors Week. This wonderful month of celebrations has already begun so grab a copy of the program of events and get involved. The variety of events is amazing and there really is something for everyone.

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Stay cool and save with tint orquay Tinting’s Vincenzo ‘Vinnie’ Tabacco says now is a good time to consider tinting any home or business because the Sun causes heat and glare discomfort. Tinting keeps homes cooler in summer and provides many other cost-cutting enviromental benefits. Vinnie says tinting ensures glare-free comfort year round. “You immediately start saving the money you spend on tinting because you rely far less on airconditioning on hot days and reduce the fading of furnishings. “More importantly, it also helps prevent ageing and skin cancer, which is vital for every member of your family, including your treasured pets.” Vinnie has been providing Surf Coast and Bellarine Peninsula home and business owners with top-standard tinting services for 15 years. “After going over the job I narrow down which facets are most important to the client, whether it’s to reject heat, reduce glare, improve comfort, health, safety, privacy or fading of interiors,” he says. “I advise people honestly for the best possible solution and ensure very high standards.” Vinnie says testimonials on his website demonstrate how clients

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Specialising in flat glass architectural tinting. Vinnie is wellqualified to assist clients in minimising the effects of spring and summer sun. His films are environmentally friendly and offer a negative carbon footprint. Vinnie is available at Torquay Tinting for advice or quotes on 0419 304 610 .

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LOSING WEIGHT WITH MANDY FISHER ith the rise in temperatures in the past week, it makes us aware that the warmer weather is coming. Now is the time to think about how our indulgence over winter may have left tighter clothing and an expanded waistline in its wake. Now we start looking for a suitable weight loss program we can follow to help reduce our girth. There are many weight loss programs around and they all work or they wouldn’t be in the marketplace. Unfortunately that doesn’t mean that they are sustainable or a wise way to lose weight. Many programs are radical, expecting the participant to change or cut out too many food choices and make drastic behavioural changes, only to see the weight return when ceased. We have to examine the necessary criteria for losing weight when looking to follow a specified weight loss program. The criteria should be a program that is a sustainable way of eating for life. Food choices need to be taken from all the food groups. Three healthy meals a day using standard supermarket foods can be made into meals for the whole family (not meal replacements such as shakes or diet pills). Behavioural changes that are minimal and sustainable is the criteria of the Weight Works program.

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throughout the normally used zone of the rev range. Magna is offered with a five-speed manual gearbox, but the great majority of the original cars came with a four-speed automatic. Tiptronic-type sequential shifting was first fitted on Magna Sports models from September 1997. An advanced five-speed automatic transmission with sequential shifting is fitted to the sporty variants sold from August 2000 and made its way to the other models over the next couple of years. These big Mitsubishis are spacious in their underbonnet area so servicing is relatively easy. Call on the services of a professional mechanic for safetyrelated items. This once very successful line of cars came to an abrupt end in April 2008 after slow sales of the 380 caused Mitsubishi to pull out of Australian manufacturing. Spare parts for cars up to 10 years old are still carried by Mitsubishi dealers. Prices are generally reasonable and we seldom hear of any real availability problems. Automatic transmission problems were present in the Magna for years, though the troubles are less frequent in newer models. Watch for an automatic that shifts gear when it doesn’t need to, or which suddenly shifts into neutral of its own accord. Look at and feel the front tyres for uneven wear which can indicate front suspension problems. Check the paint and bumper bar around the exhaust tailpipe for an oily film, indicating engine problems. Make sure the brakes pull the car up in a straight line and that ABS, if fitted, sends a pulsing back through the pedal on hard application. Don’t forget to check your mirrors first! Look for signs of damage to seats, carpets and trim, including inside the boot.

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EMBROIDERY MACHINE, Bernina, new still in box. $999. 0435 330 858. Norlane.

PAN BRAKE METAL FOLDER, hydraulic lift, manual clamp, 2400mm 2mm, EC, very high quality and reliable. $8,500neg. Located in Rochester, Victoria. Phone Terry 0409 843 526.

WETSUIT, Rip Curl Steamer, chest zip, size large, 3/2, brand new. Retail $580, sell $375. 0424 065 525. Anglesea.

PIANO, GC. $490. 0498 243 077. Geelong West.

ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES

PIANO, Yamaha, upright, polished ebony, circa 1983, EC, $2,100. 0417 381 398. Leopold.

PETS

PIANO, attractive, highly polished, dark walnut, medium size, 120H x 146W, lovely mellow sound. $2,890 ono, must sell. Phone 5251-3091, Clifton Springs.

EXTENSION TABLE, antique Edwardian, 6’x4’, oval, plus 6 chairs, fully restored, $1,300. 52784096.

FURNITURE, 1 X TV unit, 1 x coffee table, 1 x lamp table, dark chocolate, all EC. $700 the lot. 0409 789 322, Essendon.

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

LOUNGE SUITE, 3 piece, Jacobean, carved, 1940’s. $1,000 ono. 5253-2786. Clifton Springs area.

SCOOTER, electric, GC, great for local run around, urgent sale, $700. 0417 494 649.

TABLE, round cedar, Victorian, centre column. 120cm - 4ft, seats 6-8, VGC. $600. 5243-7517. Highton.

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AIR CONDITIONER, portable, Dimplex, under warranty, as new. $800. 5242-8338. St Albans Park.

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ASSORTED, 2x double wardrobes, VGC, wheelbarrow, Sanyo 42” digital TV, TV unit, two glass doors. $855. 5248-6144, 0418 807 886.

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LOUNGE SUITE, corner, beige/cream material, Scotchgard protection, 2yo, perfect condition with slight sun-fading on back, 3690mmL x 2900mmH x 1040mmD. Very regrettable sale. Paid $3,600. Sell $2,400. 0409 789 322, Koo Wee Rup. LOUNGE, floral, wing back, two chairs, two seater settee. $140. 52212501. Newtown. MENS SUIT, brand new, charcoal, striped. $49.90. 5277-0410.

SCOOTER, mobility, electric, 4 wheel, 40km range, brand new. $2,300. 0402 757 987. Lara.

SCREEN, four panels, African, hand carved timber, elephants design, unusual, dark stain. Was $1,100, now $300. 0418 382 989. SECURITY DOOR, new. $120ono. 5278-9167. Bell Park.

SOFA BED, 2 seater, blue with floral design, 1 matching arm chair, GC. $49.95. 5243-2619. SOFA BED, dbl, brown leather look, only 2 months old. $200ono. Phone 0402 366 171.

SPINDLE SHAPING machine, 3 phase, with large range of cutters, retired cabinet maker. $5,000. 0422 058 120. Torquay. TRESTLES, for painter, x2, G. James, aluminium, 2.4 x 2m, used for one job only. Paid $1,100, sell $650. 5281-2138.

MOBILITY SCOOTER, hardly used, battery operated, EC. $2,500. Gary 0418 504 231. Leopold.

TV LG, large, set top box, DVD player, EC, 2 remotes. $195ono. 52785756. North Geelong. TV, 24”, ideal second TV, VGC, must collect. $20. 0409 501 194.

MOBILITY SCOOTER, Pride, Celebrity Deluxe, charger, indicators, horn, full suspension, rear carrier, mirrors, fitted cover, owner’s manual. $1,500 neg. 0404 082 279, 5222-8442 MOUNTAIN BIKE, ladies, 24 gears, Sedona, hardly used, paid $720, sell $290. 5248-7029, 0425 703 798. St Albans Park.

NURSERY OPEN This Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm. New season potted tomatoes and potted colour. New range of assorted shrubs from $5.50. 12 Sykes Place, Ocean Grove. McOuats Nursery.

TV, Voxson, HD, 22’’, DVD, and tuner, new in box, $290. 5224-2735 or 0416 709 983. Geelong West.

VACUUM CLEANER, Kirby Sentra, excellent condition, with shampoo, one year old. $1,450.00ono. 0438 382 042.

WALL UNIT, Ikea brand, dark chocolate, 4 x 4 square storage shelves, 1409mmW x 1500mmH, x 390mmD, EC. Paid $250. Sell $150. 0409 789 322, Pascoe Vale South.

TUDOR TABLE, 1920s, dropside, dark Australian Ash, 78cm high, extended 120cm x 93cm, each side 30cm. $200 ono. 0408 419 589.

New rules apply to the advertising of dogs and cats for sale. It is now an offence to advertise the sale of a dog or cat unless the microchip identification number of the animal is included in the advertisement or notice. A registered domestic animal business may use its Council business registration number as an alternative.

For further information, call 136 186 or visit www.dpi.vic.gov.au/pets

GARAGE SALES HIGHTON, 15 Fogarty Ave, Saturday 6th October, 8am-4pm. Household items, freezer, toys and clothes.

WHITTINGTON, 183 Solar Drive, Saturday 6th October, 8am-2pm. 3 piece wall unit, wardrobe, tallboy, new gas cook top, 5 packs of wood flooring, miscellaneous household goods. All must go.

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WANTED FREE DISPOSAL of unused white goods, hot water services, scrap iron. Call Allan 0400 629 830. WANTED, cow manure and spoilt hay. Phone 0428 941 587.

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

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WASHING MACHINE, front loader, Whirlpool, 6kg, GC, instructions. $180. 5229-9747. West Geelong.

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Big snapper run extends right around inner bay On the bite BRIAN LONG CORIO Bay’s inner harbour has been the spot for the best snapper captures for the past fortnight. With fish better than 9kg on offer, why fish anywhere else? One of the many anglers to get into the action was Paul Henry, fishing at anchor between the North Shore rocks and the channel. All was quiet on Monday afternoon until just after dark when all rods folded. The result was two fish landed with another two lost, the best weighing 9.1kg. Fishing close by was Daniel Carmichael who also found the snapper biting just on dark, catching three fish in under an hour. In the next hour he landed and released three more quality snapper. The land-based also found snapper available – Adam Hamilton landed a top fish of 8.1kg taken at St Helens, his biggest snapper to date. The same location rewarded

Gerry Knight with a snapper of 6.3kg. North Shore rocks also attracted those seeking snapper. Brendan Shorten fished for seven hours over two nights for a pigeon pair of 4.6 kg snapper, with pilchard the bait of choice. Fishing the Stingaree Bay spoil grounds returned Craig Welsh two nice snapper, both around the 3kg bracket, taken on the drift using soft plastics. The snapper take was not restricted to the inner harbour. The nine-foot bank, quarries and Wilson Spit all saw quality snapper captures. Expect the Clifton Springs area to fire over the next week or so. The vicinity of the wreck of the Anneaura Harrison saw good numbers of rock flathead along with plenty of small salmon. Things went quiet on the top of the tide but when it began to run off, the fish certainly came back on the bite with plenty of salmon and some nice snapper. Pike have been caught from many locations throughout the bay. Best land based locations are North Shore rocks, Point Lillias and the rock groin near the Royal Geelong Yacht Club. Boaties should work between Eastern Beach and Lime-burners, Stingaree Bay spoil grounds or the outer harbour spoils.

Small lures work best with the likes of 15g lasers ideal if you need to cast distances. Otherwise small deep diving bibbed lures are a stand out. Both St Leonards and Portarlington Piers have produced snapper of late and while not in big numbers those prepared to fish after dark have landed specimens to over 4kg. Salmon have also been pushing in close to the piers on a regular basis but most are generally only around the 450gram range. Whiting have been consistently available in good numbers from Queenscliff to St Leonards. Some of the better captures have come to those working between Portarlington and Clifton Springs using either fresh squid or pippies. Squid have worked their way up the bay with many of the better captures around the Clifton Springs area. Small dark coloured jigs work best, ideally at a depth of three metres. This week I found few anglers fishing the surf along the Great Ocean Road, which was a pity as there were great numbers of salmon along all the deep water rock platforms. Freshwater captures came from many of the lakes with Lake Tooliorook and Lake Wendouree producing both trout and redfin.

Vibe lures from the boats sees some outstanding captures of redfin, many around 800g. Lake Burrumbeet like many lakes is full, so some nice redfin have been taken on local smelt but a few anglers who have been casting small minnow pattern lures have seen redfin to 45cms. Lake Learmonth is still producing nice trout, mostly buck fish caught on bait lure or fly. Stuart Bryant fished Deep Lake this week, things started slow with not a fish for the first four hours but that all changed mid afternoon when the fish started to work the surface. By days ends three nice rainbow trout were landed, two better that 2kg, all on lure. Anyone looking for a piscatorially entertaining evening would be well advised to head to the Torquay Angling Club on Friday to hear fisheries expert Paul Hamer speak on the results of the acoustic snapper tagging program under way. Paul is a wealth of knowledge and the evening is a must for all snapper anglers looking for an insight into the life of one of our most sought-after species. Send reports and photos to info@raylongtackle.com.au or visit Brian at Ray Long’s Fishing World, 105 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.

Local Cricket JIM TIMBERLAKE The division two season kicks off with a host of clubs having genuine claims to this season’s premiership. St Albans Breakwater has been strong the past few seasons and will need to retain its entire list to remain near the top of the tree. Thomson has added association president Grant Dew to its list, the veteran all rounder crucial at the top of the batting order, while captain Brad Grapsas will be keen to get some useful overs out of Dew’s handy off spin. Manifold Heights has dropped down from division one and will be keen to get the winning spirit back. Modewarre comes up from division three for the first time. The club has installed a turf wicket and is keen to show its form over the past few seasons can cut it at the next level. St Peters v THOMSON, Modewarre v ALEXANDER THOMSON, Torquay v GUILD ST MARYS, WAURN PONDS v St Albans Breakwater, Marshall v MANIFOLD HEIGHTS, NEWCOMB & DISTRICT v Murgheboluc. Division three has the unfortunate situation where a bye is needed, with just eleven clubs willing to enter a side in the competition. Little River will have to wait a week for its season to commence. North Shore has dropped back a division and will enjoy the advantage of having experience on a turf wicket. Lethbridge will be going for its third consecutive premiership. WINCHELSEA v Corio, North Shore v LETHBRIDGE, Bell Park v MEREDITH, BANNOCKBURN v Teesdale, INVERLEIGH v Shelford, Little River v Bye.

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WITH the footballs packed away for another season, cricket returns to local playing fields this weekend. After a long preseason, all clubs and players will be raring to go, hoping for the sometimes unpredictable spring weather to stay fine. Geelong Cricket Club kicks off its campaign on Saturday with a one day match at Ringwood. The Cats have lost some talent over winter, with Liam Buchanan taking a step back from premier cricket to play in the Geelong Cricket Association with Geelong West. Jeremy Hart has also moved on. The young leg spinner has decided to play in South Australia in the hope of gaining a place in the state side there. Geelong Cricket Association also begins its fixture with a round of oneday matches in all grades. The association will this year implement its new points cap, designed to even out the competition and help prevent clubs illegally paying money under the table to players. With the cap set at 48 points, it remains to be seen how much of an initial effect this will have, but as the cap is reduced over the next few seasons, a few clubs may feel the bite and need to look within their junior ranks to find players. Despite that, the gap between top and bottom sides appears to be widening, as the likes of Grovedale, Geelong West and South Barwon have all added to their already impressive squads. South Barwon retained the majority of its squad, adding promising young English batsman Jacob Waterson. The Swans are desperate to ensure their good form of recent seasons can finally translate to some silverware in their trophy cabinet. Geelong City is the team coming up from division two, boasting a good blend of players with division one experience, as well as some quality youngsters ready to test their skills against the top players in the district. Highton v BELL POST HILL, LARA v North Geelong, SOUTH BARWON v Leopold, Geelong City v ST JOSEPHS, GROVEDALE v East Belmont, GEELONG WEST v Newtown & Chilwell.

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