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Dream starts with city design centre

Pacific 230 Page 3

Coolana 214 Page 6&7

Dreamhome checklist Page 10&11

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G.J. Gardner has been successfully building homes for 25 years and has now built more than 20,000 homes worldwide. The product is built around the idea that people are individuals and have unique local requirements. Therefore G.J. Gardner homes are designed to enable home buyers to customise homes to suit local and personal requirements. In Australia the team of G.J. Gardner builders has won many Housing Industry of Australia and Master Builders’ Association awards. An ongoing commitment to providing informative advice to consumers led to G.J. Gardner Homes developing their key consumer resource, website. The site outlines vital checklists to help consumers avoid the building traps and potentially save thousands of dollars on building costs. G.J. Gardner Victoria has 12 franchises with a total of 16 design centres located in both metropolitan and regional areas, including: Ararat, Bairnsdale, Ballarat, Bass Coast, Bendigo, Central Gippsland, Geelong, Gisborne, Horsham, Melbourne Eastern Suburbs, Mildura, Swan Hill, Warrnambool, and Wodonga. G.J. Gardner is also represented in Launceston, Tasmania.

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Combining all the elements of a contemporary home, the Pacific 230 design offers functionality and beauty. 88924

Pacific 230 open to view THE Pacific 230, part of the Express range from G.J. Gardner Homes Geelong, combines all of the desirable elements of a new family home, including large open-plan living, home theatre, family activity room, alfresco dining and double garage at an affordable price. Making a bold statement right from the start, the home combines contemporary brickwork, contrasting rendered pylons and timber highlights to give a thoroughly modern feel. The entry hall leads down to an open-plan living area that is generous with space and natural light. Large glass sliding doors open to the home’s alfresco dining area under the main roof, making the Pacific 230 ideal for year-round entertaining.

A strikingly appointed kitchen accommodates for the growing family, offering a large walk-in pantry while the island bench overlooking the main living area makes the space perfect for entertaining. Double-doors from the kitchen lead through to the home’s impressive media room, perfect for the family’s very own home-theatre or formal entertaining area. The master bedroom at the front of the house, separating it from the main hub allowing parents to retreat from hectic family life. The large feature window floods the room with natural light, while the well-appointed en suite and walk-in-robe will make the morning rush hour a breeze.

A separate children’s area to the rear of the design features three bedrooms all with built-inrobes and a central family activity area facing out to the alfresco dining – perfect for a rumpus room, home office or family gym. Storage seamlessly works into the design of the home, providing an abundance of space. The Pacific 230 works to create a functional and beautiful space catering to the demands and the desires of the growing modern family. The Pacific 230 display home opens at midday at 2 Pastoral Place, Drysdale on Saturday. It will be open Midday to 5pm from Friday to Wednesday. For details contact: Geelong New Home Design Centre on 5221 1447.

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G.J. Gardner team eases the process G.J. Gardner Homes Geelong’s Rohan Smith and Paul Delgallo say the team is celebrating the 10th year of home building in the region. The business has won Franchisee of the Year – Victoria for the past two years. This is a G.J. Gardner Homes international award in recognition of business performance as rated by the Master Franchise with customer service rated by clients. In addition the Geelong franchise has picked up G.J. Gardner Homes customer service awards for Victoria in sales, administration and construction in almost every year of operation. G.J. Gardner Homes Geelong

conceivable size and shape of home. G.J. Gardner Homes can turn plans or ideas into a reality. G.J. Gardner Homes believe in giving the best price upfront – no tricks or traps. Soil tests and site levels are taken to prepare an accurate quote for that dream home. Contact the office on 5221 1447, or email geelong@ gjgardner.com.au to find out if G.J. Gardner can build in your area. Visit www.gjgardner.com.au or www.getthefactsupfront.com. au for more information on new home building.

is quickly gaining a reputation of being one of the finest custom home builders in the area with building all over Geelong and the Surf Coast, including Torquay, Lara, Corio, Inverleigh, North Geelong, Hamlin Heights, Highton, Belmont, Whittington, Grovedale, Warn Ponds, Leopold, Breamlea, Portarlington, Port Lonsdale, Queenscliff, Barwon Heads and Winchelsea. With more than 100 new home designs to choose from, G.J. Gardner Homes are sure to have a new home design to satisfy most needs. If not, their teams are able to work with clients to design any

Meet your local team Front row from left to right: Paul Delgallo Construction Manager 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au Rohan Smith Registered Builder 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au Tracey Benton Contracts Administrator 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au First Row Back from Left to Right; Annie Astbury New Home Sales Consultant 0458 880 004 annie.astbury@gjgardner.com.au Kerryn Taylor Reception and Accounts Officer 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au

Danielle Stott Contracts Administrator 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au Fiona Murrells Estimator 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au Second row from left to right: Keith Foster Site Supervisor 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au Rob Beattie Site Supervisor 5221 1447 geelong@gjgardner.com.au Ron Mortimer New Home Sales Consultant 0423 233 688 ron.mortimer@gjgardner.com.au

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Hercules 279 on display THE Hercules boasts an attractive open-plan design integrating large glazed sliding doors and windows, making the most of the property’s tranquil coastal surroundings. Franchise owner and G.J. Gardner Homes’ builder Torquay Rohan Smith says The Hercules is based on a popular Queensland plan with coastal lifestyle in mind. “This design caters for the needs of both a local modern family or holidaymakers. “It’s set out to optimise all of the space without waste and ensures there is both a practical and luxurious feel about the home,” Mr Smith says. “There are plenty of living areas to ensure all of the family has a different space to relax by themselves or enjoy all together”. The master retreat, located on the top floor, includes an impressive picturesque master bedroom with en suite and walk-in robe. It also boasts a study nook, media room and open-plan kitchen flowing through to a dining room, lounge and balcony, all with ocean views. “The open-planned design of this home entices you to take in all of your surroundings and bask in the sunfilled balcony,” Mr Smith said. Downstairs showcases three large bedrooms, separate laundry, bathroom, rumpus room and double garage. Environmental sustainability is also incorporated into The Hercules’ design with two, 2000-litre rainwater tanks. The 279.1sqm-Hercules is on display at 8 Eton Road, Torquay. Open Midday to 5pm from Saturday to Wednesday. Phone 132 789.

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Council pledges change By CHERIE DONNELLAN

Fitting winner for first Shop Local award advice,” Ms Wright wrote in her nomination. Mr Nicholas was rapt to be the first winner of the award. “That’s great,” he said. The monthly customer service is part of the Independent’s Shop Local Geelong campaign. With the support of City of Greater Geelong, the campaign promotes the benefits of shopping with local retailers instead of online and out-of-town competitors.

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SURF Coast Shire’s new council appointed Anglesea Ward’s Libby Coker as mayor at an induction of councillors on Wednesday night. Winchelsea Ward’s Cr Rod Nockles was appointed her deputy. Cr Nockles, an internet security expert who served as a senior adviser to former Prime Minister John Howard, said he was “looking forward” to working with his colleagues. “I think we’ve got a talented council.” Cr Nockles joined new councillors in calling for change on council. “One of my strong priorities is that I believe council should be accessible and accountable.” Fellow Winchelsea Ward councillor Heather Wellington, qualified as a doctor and a lawyer, said she wanted council to improve its communication with the community. “I was an advocate for a ward structure and I think it’ll improve the community’s access to council.” Cr Wellington said the new councillors must show “strong leadership within council” and implement “good decision-making” to effect positive change. The combination of predominantly new councillors with a recently appointed chief executive officer provided “an opportunity to take a fresh look at things”, she said.

Torquay Ward’s Cr David Bell said the changes on council showed the “changing nature of the electorate”. “The majority of councillors are female and we had a Greens candidate first-elected in Torquay. “There’s definitely a move for change coming from the community and I hope that as a council we can be a part of that positive change.” Torquay Ward’s Cr Eve Fisher, who stood as the Greens candidate, praised council’s composition. “We’ve got an absolutely outstanding mix of people and I hope we’ll work really well together to best-serve the community.” Cr Fisher said her first-placing in Torquay was “unexpected” but showed the community wanted a new voice. “I’m just so excited to have the chance to serve the community and I will do so with integrity.” 3328 Residents Association president Sid Pope said he hoped the new mayor would support a “change of culture within council”. He praised new shire chief Stephen Wall for encouraging “open communication” between council and the community. “We hope the new mayor will work closely within the CEO to support this change.”


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AccuFit, an exclusive digital eyewear measurement system, precisely measures a range of parameters from facial features to inter-pupillary distance to define a completely individual frame and lens fit. A high-definition digital Virtual Mirror enables customers to immediately compare different looks from different angles The LensSimulator tool also allows viewing of lens simulations to see what a difference the right lens can make. Optometrist Rowan Prendergast (pictured left), commented: “OPSM Waurn Ponds continues to make every effort to raise the eye care standard in the Geelong region. These technologies combined allow us to offer the most comprehensive eye check and the most accurately dispensed eyewear possible.” Optos Daytona and Accufit are available at OPSM Waurn Ponds. Book online at www.opsm.com.au, phone 5243 9288 or email rowan.prendergast@opsm.com.au

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A WOMAN’S brain damage lessened her punishment for possession of methamphetamine and stolen goods, a Geelong magistrate ruled this week. Magistrate Michael Coghlan told Julie Hickleton, 31, of Jabone Tce, Bell Park, her $400 aggregate fine for possessing .1 grams of methamphetamine and a stolen trailer and air-conditioner would be “substantially different” from the penalty for co-accused Francois Dominique due to her mental capacity. Hickleton had 40 per cent of her brain removed after a motor accident in 2000, the court heard. “I’m satisfied there’s evidence you have little capacity to assess right from wrong. If I believed you’d taken steps to bring those (illegal items) to your possession I’d consider significant penalty,”

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“Before the accident Julie had a career ahead of her. She was a hairdresser and an A-grade netballer,” Ms Hickleton said. “She had a fine life and she knew the fine things in life.” The accident “totally destroyed” her and she was now “very much alone”, Ms Hickleton said. She told the court all of her daughter’s prior convictions followed the accident and were always in the company of men, including Mr Dominique. “I think he’s a bad influence on Julie. I’ve asked both of them not to have the relationship.” Mr Dominique was due to appear in court on similar charges at a later date. Mr Coghlan stressed the coaccused had a “substantially different matter”, negating “any argument in relation to parity”.

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JUST one of Ocean Grove celebrant Jane Carrigg’s many success stories involved transforming the mood of a wedding amid nightmare weather. “I was standing on a bench and everyone was in bare feet with dripping hair,” Ms Carrigg said. “The poor bride was angry but I slipped something into the vows pertinent to the occasion, like ‘In sunshine and in rain’, and they all laughed.” Ms Carrigg was surprised to be honoured with a Westpac Women in Business award for service to her community despite beginning work conducting weddings and funerals only 18 months ago. “I’m not exactly high-powered.” Ms Carrigg was grateful for the award because she expected the winner to be in a career with a greater focus on money. Years in “personal services” including youth work and teaching gave Ms Carrigg skills for reaching out to people in times of need, she said. But “a little bit of distance and responsibility” helped her avoid tearing up during funerals. “As the celebrant, it’s actually not so bad. A couple of times I’ve felt a bit tight in the throat but I’ve never felt I’ve needed to let go.”

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Council ‘politics-free’ By NOEL MURPHY GEELONG’S new council will be free of political dominance despite the Liberal and Labor alignments of councillors, according to the city’s first directly-elected mayor. Keith Fagg told the Independent council would promote Geelong as open for business and not be politically-driven. The new 13-strong council features several members with Liberal or conservative/ business connections and four

aligned to Labor. “A Liberal or conservative-dominated council? No, it’s a community-dominated council,’’ Cr Fagg said. “I think the range of its concerns will be issues the community has spoken about. Issues will include enhancing our economic development but at the same time a range of things in the community, not just council services but groups doing great things in our town.’’ Liberal-leaning council-

lors include Stretch Kontelj, Michelle Heagney and Ron Nelson. Tony Ansett was a Liberal member until 1999 but has since described himself as independent. Labor-aligned councillors are Andy Richards, Rod Macdonald, Kylie Fisher and Jan Farrell. Cr Stretch Kontelj, a former mayor and federal Liberal candidate, said council was unlikely to prove overly political. “I don’t think party poli-

tics of either side could claim any advantage. “Decisions will have to made by consensus, which is great - there will be some good debate.’’ Liberal ructions over support for candidates tainted the poll, including a call from within the party for the state executive to investigate whether the Liberals were funding candidates. Committee for Geelong also embroiled the party in hot water when it supplied its

member database to Liberal mayoral candidate Bernadette Uzelac for campaigning purposes. Two Liberal candidates in Brownbill Ward, Angelo Kakouros and winner Michelle Heagney, clashed bitterly over a letter-drop campaign. The Independent also revealed Labor activity in the election, with party state secretary Noah Carroll ordering candidates with ALP memberships to direct first preferences to other members standing in the same wards.

New owner to centralise Mill Markets at Newcomb GEELONG antiques dealer Mark Ward has bought Mill Markets and will centralise local operations at Newcomb, he announced this week. Administrator Muldoon Benton last week finalised the sale to Mr Ward of the Mill Markets brand and its Newcomb, Daylesford and Ballarat premises. The sale followed nearly two months of administration and the sacking of former boss Ian Ballis. Mr Ward said he planned to diversify the business and add tourist information to the three centres’ cafes. Stallholder Geoff Rossbotham said the market’s nearly-300 stallholders were thrilled with the sale. “It’s very upbeat in here now. It’s not doom and gloom anymore,” he said.

Mr Ward stressed that Mr Ballis would have “no involvement”. Mr Ward said he decided against purchasing former Mill Markets sites in Brougham St and North Geelong to avoid “too much dilution” in the town. “Newcomb is a large venue and I’m going to fill it up.” Mr Ward said in his first week of ownership about 40 stallholders who left the business during the administration period reapplied for stalls. “It’s a great vote of confidence and the uncertainty’s gone. It won’t be long until the place is back to its vibrant self.” Mr Ward said he would lease his Ryrie St antique shop to focus “100 per cent” on Mill Markets. “The investment was substantial, so it’s important I work hard to protect it.”

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A SERIES of events to mark a “month of action” on violence against women has begun in Geelong, City Hall has announced. The City said the events until November 25 would include information sessions, tours of Geelong Magistrates Court, art displays and health forums.

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GEELONG’S new council should form a Corio Bay Shoreline Enhancement Committee, according to the city’s peak community environmental body. Geelong Environment Council said the committee could have a brief to consider “the disgraceful state” of some waterfront areas and how they could be fixed.

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Serendip cut angers residents By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN COMMUNITY groups hope to influence State Governement’s budget process to reverse a “disgraceful” decision to cut Serendip Sanctuary’s education program. Lionel McWilliam, of Lara residents’ group TLC, said more than 70 schools from Melbourne and Geelong used the facility last year. “The education program is now in decline yet schools made up 30 per cent

of the visits to Serendip,” Mr McWilliam said. “It is also affecting general visitor numbers.” Lara MP John Eren said the Government cut the education program after Parks Victoria decided against replacing a departing education ranger at Serendip. “The State Government has sneakily taken away Serendip’s education ranger, so we’re speaking with community groups and residents to see what we can

do to have the ranger reinstated.” Former Serendip ranger Mike Helman said he was “absolutely devastated” after spending 20 years developing the education program. “Serendip used to deliver the program to more than 16,000 students a year, far more successful than similar programs at Wilsons Promontory, the Dandenong ranges and the Grampians. “Yet these other less successful pro-

grams are still funded.” Opposition education spokesperson James Merlino said Parks Victoria promoted Serendip as “one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth”. “Representing Dandenong, I know firsthand how important these programs are and I heard about the success of Serendip compared to the others. “This is one of the most successful education programs in the state yet this is

the one that has been cut the most, courtesy of the Baillieu Government. “It’s a tragedy, so I’m backing the community campaign to get this disgraceful decision reversed. “State Government is about to start its budget review process so now is the time to agitate for restoration of that funding.” The Government had not returned the Independent’s call for comment when the paper went to press.

Trial gives deaf students ‘real-time’ benefit Lost $3m awaits owners ALMOST $3 million in “lost” money is awaiting Geelong owners, according to Australian Securities and Investment Commission. The commission (ASIC) said the money belonged to 4935 individuals and residents. The “unclaimed money” was in

By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN HEARING-IMPAIRED students across the region are set to benefit from a live captioning pilot program at Grovedale College. Teacher Gabby McMahon said the system enabled deaf and hearing-impaired students to participate in classroom discussions and activities virtually in real time. A teacher wears a microphone plugged into a mobile phone, which relays their words to a “captioner” who re-speaks them into speech-to-text conversion software. The text then appears on the student’s laptop or tablet computer in seconds. The pilot program is operating in a deaf facility serving prep-to-year-12 students at Grovedale primary and secondary schools. Ms McMahon said the facility was the only one for the Barwon south-west region, including Warrnambool, Portland and Colac. “We run outreach programs through video conferencing to help teachers of deaf students with advice and resources. “It also allows deaf students to talk to each other and share experiences, so they don’t feel so isolated.” Ms McMahon said the captioning program had multiple benefits for hearingimpaired students. “If there’s a discussion in an English class, for instance, hearing-impaired students could miss out on large parts of it, with people behind and to the side as well as the teacher all contributing. “The caption system also provides transcripts for students to take home so they

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The system is part of a new Victorian Deaf Education Institute aiming to improve education outcomes for hearing-impaired students. Education minister Martin Dixon said Victoria’s 2760 deaf and hearing-impaired students previously lacked the same educational opportunities as their peers. A review discovered that one in two deaf or hearing-impaired students dropped out of school between years 10 and 12, he said.

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10,000 jobs go ‘in one month’ By MICHELLE HERBISON UNEMPLOYMENT in the Barwon South-West region soared to 7.1 per cent in September, more than double the same time last year, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics. The region was 1.6 per cent worse in September than August when unemployment was 5.5 per cent. State Member for Western Victoria Region Gayle Tierney quoted the “bad set of numbers” in parliament, urging Employment and Industrial Relations minister Richard Della-Riva to take action. “The Geelong and Barwon South-Western regions lost more than 10,000 jobs in one month,” she said.

“Of the 12,400 jobs lost in August, 83 per cent were in my electorate.” Ms Tierney criticised State Government for announcing fisheries research job cuts at Queenscliff as Geelong employers including Brace and Ford struggled. “There have been continuing redundancies at Ford Geelong yet the Government has still seen fit to continue with its cuts to the Department of Primary Industries. Teaching and support staff at TAFEs have lost their jobs, including The Gordon and South West TAFE, and jobs have been lost from the public service right across the electorate.” Employment Minister Richard Dalla-Riva said Ms Tierney was “misreading” the ABS data to concoct a gloomy “scenario” .

“According to the official ABS statistics for September, the number of Victorians employed increased by 9100 from 2,877,900 to 2,887,000,” he said. Regional labour force statistics were subject to a “high level of sampling error” and “may not be a true reflection of actual movements in the labour market” due to small sample sizes,” Mr Dalla-Riva said. “Since the Coalition Government came to office in December 2010 employment growth in Victoria (has been) the second highest of all states. “This attempt by Ms Tierney to mislead the people of Geelong and the Barwon South-West region once again proves you can’t trust Labor.”

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GEELONG Gallery is hosting one of its “most ambitious” exhibitions, according to the gallery’s curator. Lisa Sullivan said artists Cameron Bishop and Simon Reis’ digital installation followed a new concept for the gallery. “We’ve had projections and digital works before but not something interventionalist like this,” Ms Sullivan said. The interactive installation uses audio-visual elements to incorporate the viewer as part of the work on display. Digital manipulation of resident painting Frederick McCubbin’s A Bush Burial replaces the original subjects with the viewer’s face in a coffinlike box, while two wooden structures show inside a video for a new analysis of the 1890 artwork. Mr Bishop, a Deakin University art lecturer, said the concept played on McCubbin’s melancholic sense of pioneer civilisation.

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Doctor exposes fish oil ‘sham’ By JOHN VAN KLAVEREN FISH oil tablets do little or nothing for heart or brain health, a Geelong lecturer and doctor has revealed. Dr Michael Vagg said fish oil or Omega 3 tablets were virtually placebos. Dr Vagg, a clinical senior lecturer at Deakin University School of Medicine and a pain specialist at Barwon Health, said regulatory issues clouded the

marketing of fish oil and other vitamin supplements. “One of the problems with the supplements being sold is that they get preliminary research that suggests it’s a plausible idea. All of a sudden they set up pill presses and are designing a brand but when the proper science is done it reveals there’s not much of an effect, if there’s any at all.” Dr Vagg said the Therapeutic Goods Administration was toothless on enforcing regulatory standards

for fish oil and other dietary supplements. “Do we need a quarter of the population on supplements? No. “People who are otherwise fit and well and don’t have the risk factors are not adding to their health by taking fish oil but they’re adding millions of dollars to the manufacturer’s bottom line.” Dr Vagg said people taking supplements could be less vigilant on other health risks.

“People want an easy way out but it really is best to have a healthy lifestyle. “Popping heaps of supplements and vitamins is concentrating on wrong part of the health equation.” Dr Vagg said supplement manufacturers were breaching as much as 70 to 90 per cent of regulations. “It is the ultimate placebo industry and it’s okay if it’s advertised as such but it’s not.”

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VOLLEYBALL was big in Geelong once – the competition boasted 100 teams in its 1960s heyday. These days Geelong Amateur Volleyball Association’s senior men’s competition, for example, is down to just four teams. But GAVA’s jack of all trades, Robert Straube, holds hope for the struggling sport, in the form of juniors and recent arrivals. “The sport was very European-centric because that was its power-base. Volleyball is popular in Eastern Europe in particular,” Robert explained. “But somewhere along the line the ball was dropped and we’re trying to get it back. Like other sports, we suffered from a lack of funds, resources and volunteers. “What we want to do now is rejuvenate volleyball in Geelong, to rekindle interest, through a major push into schools in the region. “Our initiative is to engage schools to set up a volleyball program within the school, developing coaches and referees from parents and teachers.

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COURTING PLAYERS: Robert Straube, at right, with GAVA juniors. Picture: TOMMY RITCHIE 88538 “We’re looking to build a broader base of the sport in Geelong than we have at the moment, which is next to nothing.” The effort to pump new air into volleyball has already reaped rewards, with young players from the Afghan

and Kareni communities picking up the sport. “We’re involved with (multicultural services provider) Diversitat because members of the refugee communities asked to get involved in volleyball.

“They’re so eager, they’re easy to coach, they’re keen and they apply everything they’re taught. “We’re in discussions with the council to include a mixed social competition at the Leisuretime centre. “We’re trying to fit it in with our junior coaching and training sessions for our under-15 and under-13 girls teams.” Robert said volleyball had a number of benefits in a school sports program, particularly because it was a non-contact sport and accepted any type of physique. “We’re looking for schools that would like to generate teams. If we could get 18 high schools involved it could be quite a large competition. “As an example of what can be achieved, the North Geelong secondary college boys made it to the metropolitan finals earlier this year. “The efforts of the Australian volleyball team at the Olympics will hopefully inspire more people. “Australia thrashed China in three sets to qualify and that sent a message to the volleyball world. “We followed that by outplaying our 11th ranking by beating the number three team in the world, Poland.” Robert said more information was available by phoning him on 0410 412 657 or emailing robert.straube@geelongvolleyball.com

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PUBLIC MEETINGS NOTICE OF COUNCIL MEETING The next meeting of the Greater Geelong City Council will be held at the Council Conference and Reception Centre, City Hall, Gheringhap Street entrance, Geelong on Tuesday 13 November commencing at 7.00pm. Details of issues to be considered will be available on the City’s website www.geelongaustralia.com.au

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Pursuant to the Local Government Act 1989, 207B and Schedule 10, 2(2) Council is proposing to deviate a section of Devlins Road in accordance with the plan shown. This process involves the discontinuance of part of Devlins Road and the creation of a new road reserve. This road deviation is to facilitate the overall development of land east of Grubb Road encompassing Devlins Road. At this location a Council Reserve is planned and the road deviation is required such that Devlins Road does not bisect the Reserve. This accords with a Planning Permit condition associated with the development.

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In accordance with Section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989, submissions regarding this road deviation will be received up until 5.00pm Monday 3 December 2012.

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BOUQUETS to Town & Country Lotto Waurn Ponds and its amazing supporters for their generosity during Very Special Kids’ 2012 Piggy Bank Appeal. They raised $1737.50, which will help support 89 families of children with life-threatening illnesses in the Barwon South-West region. Sister Margaret Noone, Very Special Kids

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Call for Geelong shelter’s board to resign By Noel Murphy GEELONG Animal Welfare Society members facing expulsion for unspecified offences have demanded the board resign. The Independent has seen documents sent to GAWS’ executive, claiming the board had acted against its own constitution in trying to sack the members President Joyce Doherty said the board was dealing with the issue “in a formal and confidential manner’’. “We’ve sought legal advice and our

lawyer is in contact with these ex-board members.’ The resignation call emerged as controversy surrounding GAWS deepened this week amid claims the organisation was unable to account for 300 animals, with the society revealing the same number was killed in the four months to October. A bitter debate has raged among GAWS supporters in recent weeks amid deaththreat allegations, warnings of legal action and claims a pet dog was killed accidentally and other animals were given away free.

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THE move to place women in combat roles in the ADF is a backward step. Most people in the community according to opinion polls do not favour placing such positions. As a general rule of thumb, most polls indicate that around 70 per cent of people are opposed to including women in front-line combat roles. Increasing the participation rate of women in the military does not increase efficiency, contrary to the claims of some. It is humbug to suggest that gender does not matter and is purely incidental. Research in Europe and the US, clearly shows that women in combat roles lower battle efficiency and male cohesion within combatant units. I thought modern society was trying to shield women from domestic violence and such like yet here we are wanting to place women in harm’s way. It doesn’t add up. Besides, with women having lower unemployment rates than men, why the rush to get women into a traditional male role? With men making up the majority of the unemployed, the military should be looking at ways of getting more men, not women, into the army. Alan Barron Grovedale

CALL it a healthy cynicism but Avalon Airport’s international terminal, despite a building block or two seemingly in place, remains, given the precipitous status of federal and state governance. How best can political promises be held to account, given the Craig Thomsons, Peter Slippers and Geoff Shaws of a dually parlous political landscape, not to mention Tony Abbott’s ineptitude when it comes to firm policies. Lindsay Fox is entitled to feel aggrieved with the Baillieu coalition’s premature push for a third international airport on Westernport when Avalon, which requires essentially cosmetics and an international carrier or two, still isn’t able to service a demographic of 2.5 million because the waters have become further muddied. Asian carriers for both tourists and produce are entitled to be scratching their heads. It’s critical that an Avalon-centric, accountable taskforce comes into play for the long haul, holding state and federal governance to account as well as stumping up public/private partnerships to give Linfox a fair go. Regional flow-on benefits accruing from an upand-about Avalon remain pretty much unquantifiable. Richard Worland Manifold Heights

Grovedale future IT was reported recently that there had been a significant drop in demand for electricity around the country. While some of this was due to current economic circumstances and the recently introduced carbon tax, a significant percentage was the result of the number of solar panels on the rooftops of many of our nation’s homes. Apparently the suburb of Grovedale has one of the biggest uptakes of solar panels in the country. Well done, Grovedale! This is truly a quiet revolution that will usher in a future without dirty coal-burning power stations. It is a turning point and I encourage everyone who can afford it to install a solar system to help the planet and to never pay an electricity bill again. Leigh Adamson Belmont

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Snakes warning Community Calendar for local homes Friday RESIDENTS should beware of long grass and clean up around the homes to avoid harbouring unwanted and deadly serpentine guests, council has warned. City Hall issued the warning as growth from a wet winter and spring drives a rich habitat for snakes this year. Council’s environment and natural resources unit warned that anyone who came across a snake should keep themselves and pets clear. “Snakes tend to take a higher toll on pets than people,’’ a council spokesman said. “All snakes are protected, so people must not kill them or injure them. There are penalties in legislation for doing this.’’ Anyone who encountered a snake “concerning them” should contact a commercial, licensed snake catcher or Department of Sustainability and Environment on 136 186 for advice, the spokesperson said.

DINNER - Catholic Diners’ Club Geelong seeks new members. Meets second Tuesday of each month at Dromoland House. Cost $28 includes two-course meal and guest speaker. Enquiries 5221 7339. ART - Tim Pescott exhibition, A Mariner’s View of Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, 11am-4pm Tuesday to Friday until November 16 at Art is… Gallery, Level 1, 64 Malop St, Geelong. Enquiries 0428 954 814. DANCE - E.motion21 dance group for children and youth with Down’s syndrome seeks volunteers for Monday night classes. Contact 0400 266 935 or info@emotion21.org.au

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Wednesday DANCE - Social ballroom dancing with The Dancers Club 7.30-10.30pm at Leopold Public Hall. Enquiries 5243 5306. HISTORY - Barrabool Sandstone Geology, Quarries and Structures talk with Jennifer Bantow and Ros Lewis 8pm at Morrow Theatrette, Little Malop St. Geelong Historical Society event. Enquiries 5278 3530. BLIND - Blind Citizens Australia Geelong branch meets 10.30am at The Carrington Hotel, cnr Myers and Yarra Sts. Guest speaker Vline’s Melinda Button. Enquiries 5248 7407. SINGING - Bay City Conchords Men’s Barbershop Chorus meets 7-9.30pm at St Andrews Church Hall, East Geelong. New members welcome. Enquiries 5281 7287.

Thursday DANCE - Westcoast Seekers Club Dance 8-11pm at function room, Geelong RSL, Belmont. All welcome. Enquiries 5248 4903. MEDITATION - Meditation and philosophy discussion group 10am-midday at TOPS, 18 Price St, Torquay. Entry by gold coin. Enquiries 5264 7484. DANCE - Life Activities Club Geelong dance 2.30-4.30pm at Belmont Pavilion, Barrabool Rd, Belmont. Entry $5. All welcome. Enquiries 5251 3529. PHILOSOPHY - Philosophy Cafe 2-4.30pm at Pear Tree Cafe, Torquay. Enquiries 5264 7484.

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Uniting Church, High St. New members welcome. Enquiries 5251 3763. SPEAKING - Rostrum public speaking group meets 6.45pm upstairs at St George Workers Club, 212 Pakington St, Geelong West. Enquiries 5250 4507. HOSPITAL - Geelong Royal Children’s Hospital Auxiliary meets 1.30pm at St Joseph’s Football Club, Hilltop St, Herne Hill. Visitors welcome. Enquiries 0407 564 386. HEALTH - Eating disorder recovery support group meets 7pm. Enquiries 0410 997 283.

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Organ has sax appeal to Neal By CHERIE DONNELLAN AS A burgeoning jazz musician, Tim Neal discovered his love for the Hammond organ while playing saxophone in a blues band. So he did what any serious musician would do - he sold his beloved Volkswagon to buy one. Now a highly sought-after Australian musician, the humble Ocean Grove jazz cat has spent several years passing on his knowledge of the organ, sax and bass guitar while teaching budding musicians. That’s when he’s not touring with renowned musicians the likes of Archie Roach, of course. “I’m playing with Archie at the moment and I’m about to tour for his new album,” Neal said. “In between gigs (Australia-wide, I can stop for an extra day and run a Hammond organ workshop. “It’s great because with the Hammond, there are so many different techniques so I get to see everyone’s variations. I love the freedom and interpretations of it.” Neal hailed Ocean Grove’s Piping Chicken Shop, where he will play with his band, The Scion Pirates, on November 9, for celebrating local talent and encompassing the “community spirit of jazz”. “We’re lucky enough to have a regular gig there but its great when we get to have other talented musicians play with us,” he enthused. One of Neal’s former students, saxophonist and vocalist Jacky Wong, and guitarist Jaron Mulholland will also play at the shop’s Jazz Week celebrations. “Jazz is all-encompassing and it’s even creeping back into mainstream music, so these talented musicians get the chance to shine.”

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BABY BOOMER: Jon English is returning to Geelong.

THE IRONY of casting performers with an average age of 23 for a ‘60s and ‘70s-themed rock stage show was evident to Australian music legend Jon English. But he said the youth of Rock Revolution’s performers would still stir nostalgia among “baby boomer” audiences. “The music period of ’64 to ’80 was the time when all the baby boomers were teenagers or tweenagers,” English observed. “At that period we were growing hair in strange places and going through the angst and there were millions of us. “My theory is we’re still the largest demographic in the world.” English said bands within the era had bigger fan bases than today’s tween pop group One Direction. “If you were a popular band back then it was like One Direction times 100. “It was an interesting time to live.” English told the Independent the era had many ironies.

“It’s shown as the time of peace and love but there was violence and the Vietnam War. It was a time of change and of revolution. “For our generation there was also a revolution within our own minds, through music.” English described the cast of Rock Revolution was “incredibly gifted”. “It’s not just a tired old Jon English show,” he joked. “It’s fun and upbeat. There’s lots of comedy and dialogue and lots of stories.” Former members of his stage production Rock Show were in the ensemble, while English found other cast members through his networks rather than relying on “dangerous” auditions. “Auditions don’t give you an insight into the business, into how they’ll perform in different situations, so I found people through our networks, our little club.” “We had a play (with some songs) and a chat and it worked.” English will star in Rock Revolution at Geelong Performing Arts Centre this Friday night.

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Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Services’ Michele Van Liessum. “We understand that when planning ahead it can be hard to know where to start. “We can answer your questions and provide obligation-free information about different options to help people find the right product when planning ahead.” The information sessions will be at: Tuckers Funeral Chapel, Grovedale, 10.30am to midday November 12 and 2pm to 4pm November 13; Les Cole Funeral

Chapel, Geelong West, 4pm to 5.30pm November 14; Tuckers Funeral Chapel, Grovedale, 7pm to 9pm November 15; and Tuckers Funeral Chapel, Lara, 11am to 12.30pm November 17. Refreshments will be provided. More information is available at tuckers.com.au or by phoning Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service on 5221 4788.

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AN Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) study has discovered that Australian consumers lack understanding of the products they buy when planning ahead for funerals. The research suggested that people would settle with the first product they came across instead of looking at value for money or taking long-term costs into account. Funeral insurance seems to be the main discussion point when planning ahead but not for good reason. Consumer group Choice described funeral insurance as “junk insurance”, noting that premiums can add up to several times the benefit families. However, other options are available, with Choice describing pre-paid funerals and funeral bonds as “smarter alternatives”. Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service will open its doors at various locations around Geelong from November 12 to 16 to help education the community on the alternatives. Tuckers will providing free information about funeral plans, with talks covering topics such as pre-paid funerals, funeral bonds, general information about the funeral care process in Victoria and details on the company’s services they provide. Tuckers Funeral & Bereavement Service’s Michele Van Liessum said the business has been serving the community for over 125 years.

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today 10:00 Schoolʼs Programs 11:00 Andrew Olle Media Lecture: Mark Colvin 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 USA Votes 2012: Election Night [s] 1:30 Can We Help? 2:00 Time Team [s] 3:00 USA Votes 2012: Election Results 4:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 Nigel Slaterʼs Simple Cooking [s] 6:00 The Restaurant Inspector [s] 6:45 Dream Build: Hill House [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 QI: Endings (PG) [s] 8:30 A Moody Christmas (M l,s) [s] 9:00 The Chaser: Hamster Wheel [s] 9:30 Red Dwarf (PG) [s] 10:00 At The Movies (PG) [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:35 Very Small Business (M l) 12:05 Movie: “Cape Fear ” (M v) (ʼ62) Stars: Gregory Peck 1:45 Football: W-League: Melbourne Vs Newcastle 2:45 rage (M l,d,n,s,v) 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: “Breaking The Surface” (M a,v) (ʼ96) Stars: Mario Lopez 2:00 Medical Emergency (PG) [s] 2:30 Toybox [s] 3:00 The Price Is Right (PG) 3:30 Toybox [s] 4:00 Itʼs Academic [s] 4:30 Seven News At 4.30 5:00 Coxyʼs Big Break [s] 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG a) [s] 7:30 Highway Patrol: Stolen Rental (PG) 8:00 Surveillance Oz (PG) 8:30 Criminal Minds: Run (M v,a) – The BAU team continues to pursue the bank-robbing serial killers. 9:30 Worldʼs Wildest Police Videos (PG) 10:30 Air Crash Investigations (PG) 11:30 Parks & Recreation (PG) 12:00 Sons And Daughters [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 10 Years Younger (PG) 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Today 9:00 Morning News 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 News Special Presentation *Live – US Election 3:00 Extra [s 3:30 Surprises [s] 4:00 Kitchen Whiz [s] 4:30 National Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Big Brother: *Finale* (PG) 9:00 Big Fat Gypsy Wedding: My Bigger Fatter Gypsy Wedding (M) – A team of wedding planners are tasked with orchestrating the biggest, fattest wedding of the year. 10:00 Embarrassing Bodies (M mp,n,s,l) – Dr Christian takes to the stressed-out city of London where nervous rashes and embarrassing ailments are plentiful. 11:00 Who Do You Think You Are? Helen Hunt (PG) – Helen Huntʼs father lost his mother as a child and didnʼt know much of his maternal familyʼs history. 12:00 Eclipse 12:30 Extra 1:00 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 1:30 Home Shopping 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Breakfast [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 10:00 TEN Morning News [s] 11:00 Entertainment Tonight (PG) [s] 11:30 The Insider (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: Shaming The Family Name (PG) 1:00 The Doctors: Medical Breakthroughs That Can Save Your Life (M) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project [s] 7:00 Modern Family: Unplugged (PG) [s] 7:30 Glee: Makeover (PG) [s] 8:30 The Good Wife: Waiting For The Knock (M) 9:30 Emily Owens MD: Emily And The Outbreak (PG l) [s] – The surgical interns are given an impromptu medical quiz with a chance to assist in surgery as the prize. But who will come out on top? 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 In Plain Sight (M) 12:15 Late Show - David Letterman (PG) 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 3:30 CBS - This Morning 5:05 Worldwatch 1:00 World News Australia Special: US Election: The Presidential Result [s] 5:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Visions of Greece [s] 5:45 Countdown [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Meet My Wild Friend: The Activists [s] – Bernt, Apolline, Joshua and Ondine have become animal rights activists. These children want to prove that every species is important and none should be threatened with extinction. 8:30 Living with the Amish (PG) [s] – In the final episode, the teenagers stay with some Amish rebels who are deciding whether or not to leave the Schwartzentruber church - the strictest and most secretive of all Amish groups. 9:30 Cutting Edge: Al-Qaeda Confidential (M v) [s] – Provides a powerful account of the events which led to 9/11. 10:35 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Drama Movie: “The Strength of Water” (M+v) (ʼ09) (From New Zealand) 12:40 The Iron Chef: Sea Urchin/ Pike Eel [s] 2:20 Weatherwatch Overnight

6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Being German [s] / Behind The News 11:00 Ancient Megastructures [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 The Worldʼs Worst Disasters [s] 1:30 At The Movies [s] 2:00 Waterloo Road [s] 3:00 Childrenʼs Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 Nigel Slaterʼs Simple Cooking [s] 6:05 Greatest Cities Of The World With Griff Rhys Jones: Rome [s] 6:50 Minuscule: Out Of A Tin Can 7:00 ABC News 7:30 7.30 [s] – Current affairs program. 8:00 Catalyst [s] – Dr Derek Muller travels to Lausanne, Switzerland. 8:30 Redfern Now: Joyride (M l,v) 9:30 QI: Death (M a,s) 10:00 Angry Boys (M a,l,s) 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Iconoclasts: Mike Myers And Deepak Chopra (PG) [s] 12:20 The Clinic (M l) [s] 1:10 Movie: “Lydia” (PG) (ʼ41) Stars: Merle Oberon & Joseph Cotton 2:45 rage (M l,d,n,s,v) 5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The 2012 Melbourne Cup Carnival: Crown Oaks Day [s] *Live 5:30 Deal Or No Deal [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home and Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Brynne: My Bedazzled Life (PG) [s] 8:00 Beauty & The Geek Australia (PG) – Itʼs makeover time! The geeks are given an image overhaul. 9:30 The Unbelievable Truth (PG) – Tonightʼs topics are Barbie dolls, motorbikes, cake and the sun. 10:15 Family Guy (M) – The Griffins decide to climb Mount Everest after their competitive family friends announce their ambitious plans to hike the mountain. 10:45 Celebrity Juice (MA15+l,s) 11:30 Cougar Town: Money Becomes King (M) 12:00 Itʼs Always Sunny In Philadelphia (M) 12:30 Keeping Up With The Kardashians (M) 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s] 6:00 Today 9:00 Morning News 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 The View (PG) [s] 2:00 Days Of Our Lives (PG) 3:00 Extra [s] 3:30 Magical Tales [s] 4:00 Kitchen Whiz [s] 4:30 Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 The Big Bang Theory (PG s) 7:30 Getaway: Best Getaways Ever [s] – The team reveals their favourite destinations after 20 years of travelling the globe. 8:30 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (M v) 9:30 CSI: Miami: At Risk (M v) – Calleigh discovers a personal connection to a case in which a beloved tennis coach is nearly killed. 10:30 Australian Families Of Crime: Mother Of Evil - Pettingill (MA15+ v,d,l) 11:30 Are You There, Chelsea? (M s) 12:00 20/20 [s] 1:00 Extra 1:30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 2:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Good Morning America 5:00 Early Morning News 6:00 Breakfast [s] 8:30 Wurrawhy [s] 9:00 The Talk (PG) [s] 10:00 TEN Morning News [s] 11:00 Entertainment Tonight (PG) [s] 11:30 The Insider (PG) 12:00 Dr Phil: Sex, Lies, And Audiotape (PG) [s] 1:00 The Doctors: Secrets To Decoding Whatʼs In Your Food, On Your Body & More! (PG) [s] 2:00 Ready Steady Cook [s] 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) [s] 3:30 Hueyʼs Kitchen [s] 4:00 Scope: Halloween [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN News At Five [s] 6:00 The Project [s] 7:00 Modern Family: Chirp (PG) 7:30 Jamieʼs Fifteen Minute Meals [s] 8:30 Law & Order: SVU (M s,a) [s] 9:30 Law & Order: SVU: Home Invasions (M v,a) – When a gunman storms a familyʼs home, killing the parents and leaving their daughter in critical condition, SVU uncovers a number of twisted family secrets. 10:30 TEN Late News [s] 11:15 Trollied (M) 11:45 Late Show - David Letterman (PG) 12:30 Infomercials (PG) 3:30 CBS - This Morning 5:05 Worldwatch 6:30 UEFA Champions League Matchday 4 *Live* 9:05 Worldwatch Continues 3:00 Letters and Numbers [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Visions of Greece 5:45 Countdown [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 My Sri Lanka with Peter Kuruvita [s] 8:00 Luke Nguyens Greater Mekong 2 [s] 8:35 Jimmy and the Giant Supermarket: Sausages (PG) [s] – UK farmer Jimmy Doherty takes on Tescoʼs best-selling own brand sausages to see if he can produce a free-range version for the same affordable price. 9:35 One Born Every Minute (M a,l) [s] – Mother-of-two Nicola is waiting to give birth to her first child with new partner Chris, whom she met after five years of looking after her children on her own. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 UEFA Champions League Hour 12:05 Drama Movie: “Izzat” (MA15+v,d) (ʼ05) (In Norwegian & Urdu) 1:55 Weatherwatch Overnight

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WHITE EAGLE HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT IN THE SPORTS BAR

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2nd Nov: HORIZON 9th Nov: HEARTBEAT 16th Nov: BOONA BAND 23rd Nov: DUO DELUXE 30th Nov: BACKBONE

Monday - Saturday

SATURDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT IN THE BISTRO

Traditional Irish Food & Drinks Kids Menu - Live Music - Pool Tables Live Big Screen Sports

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ph: 5229 9550 11am till 1am daily Irish Murphy’s will celebrate its official reopening early next month.

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CHRISTMAS LUNCH TUESDAY 25TH DECEMBER 2012 FROM 12PM $75 ADULTS, $40 CHILD U/12YRS AND CHILD U/4YRS FREE

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GEELONG patrons have been flocking to the newly refurbished Irish Murphy’s. The pub will host its official reopening this weekend with live entertainment. Geelong cover band Wooshka will perform its rock music repertoire on November 3. Irish musicians will also have audiences singing and dancing. Irish Murphy’s upstairs restaurant, the Argyle, offers patrons contemporary cuisines in an inviting dining atmosphere. The restaurant windows frame beautiful views of Geelong and the You Yangs. Irish Murphy’s restaurant

earned its namesake from the site’s original Argyle Hotel, home to the Geelong Football Club in the late 1800s. History enthusiasts can learn about the pub’s historic site from framed published articles lining its walls. The pub can be hired for a range of functions by simply asking Irish Murphy’s friendly staff. Owner Barb Smoorenburg says patrons have been raving about head chef Aaron Templeton’s newly designed restaurant menu. “It’s great to get such positive feedback.” Menu options include the

chef’s special seafood boullibaise, pan-roasted snapper, traditional chicken parmigiana and eye fillet mignon. The downstairs lounge and bar serves traditional Irish pub grub including bangers ‘n’ mash and Irish stew. Gourmet pizzas and a tapas menu are also available. Patrons can enjoy $10 pizza specials on Thursday nights. The venue’s friendly staff are always happy to field enquiries about bookings for Christmas functions. Irish Murphy’s is open seven days a week at 30 Aberdeen St, Geelong West, phone 5221 4335.

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THE STEAKHOUSE Specializing in a selection of the finest pasture feed beef, aged for a minimum of 28 days

We also have a range of lamb, pork, & seafood dishes and some of the regions finest wines

OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER 100 Western Beach Road Geelong, Reservations call 5221

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• Full & partial dentures • Mouthguards • Relines/Rebases • Health fund claims • Repairs/Emergency appointments

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DO you feel tired and have a lack of energy? Maybe you need to drink more water. Even mild dehydration can drain your energy and make you tired. Water is your body’s main chemical component and makes up about 65 per cent of your body weight. Every system in you body depends on water. Water has many health benefits. Water flushes toxins out of vital organs and carries nutrients to your cells. Daily you lose water through breathing, perspiration, urine and bowel movements. For your body to function properly, you must replenish its water supply by consuming beverages and foods that contain water. Water is one of the best tools for weight loss because it’s a great appetite suppressant and often when we think we’re hungry we’re actually thirsty. Drinking water could lower your risk of a heart attack. Often when we have headaches it’s simply a matter of not drinking enough water. Drinking water can help clear up your skin. Our digestive systems need a good amout of water to digest food properly. Water is used by the body to help flush out toxins and waste products from the body. We should try to consume at least two litres of fluid a day through what we eat and drink. To get into the habit of drinking water it is best to form a routine, such as drinking a glass when waking up, having a glass with each meal or between meals and drinking it before, during and after exercise. Drinking water is one of the healthy recommendations when following The Weight Works. Join now and learn more about the healthy habits that can help you lose weight and maintain it. To join The Weight Works phone: Grovedale/ Marshall, 5264 1327; Leopold, 5250 1015; Norlane, 0415 351 485; Geelong West, 0409 467 099; or visit www.theweightworks.com

For appointments: Torquay Clinic: 159 The Esplanade, Torquay 6-8 Gordon Avenue Geelong West, 3218 Ph: (03) 5221 3422 Fax: (03) 5221 6570 www.gordonave.com.au

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Baked custard pockets The following recipe provides a health dessert for six: Ingredients: Six sheets filo pastry cooking spray three eggs two tablespoons fructose two cups skim milk one teaspoon vanilla essence nutmeg Method: Preheat oven to 180ºC. Spray a 12-cup muffin tray with cooking spray. Cut the sheets of filo in half. Fold each sheet in quarters to fit the muffin cups. Tuck into the 12 individual muffin cups and spray with cooking spray. In a bowl beat eggs, fructose, skim milk and vanilla essence together. Pour the egg mixture carefully dividing it between the muffin cups and sprinkle with nutmeg. Bake for about 15 minutes or until the custard is set. Don’t over-cook – custard will firm as it sets.

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Prenatal Yoga SPECIALISED YOGA AND BREATHING PRACTICES FOR THE MUM TO BE. Commencing November 10th at 11am. More info contact Linda Newman on 5223 3531

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WINDOW films are an easy, affordable answer to reduce those energy bills and make your house more sustainable. Energy saving window film is one of the most effective passive solar devices available to home owners. Window tinting improves the energy efficiency of homes by reflecting, absorbing and re-radiating solar energy, helping to keep the heat out in summer, while some films are designed to retain heat in winter. Government and industry modelling has shown that for an average home, solar control window film can result in a 30 per cent drop in air conditioner usage, equating to a 10 to 15 per cent

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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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BMW’S X5 has proven to be a huge success in Australia, primarily because it’s more of a sporty people mover than an SUV. Indeed, BMW prefers to call it an SAV (Sports Activity Vehicle) rather than an SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle). Though you can use an X5 as an offroad explorer if the conditions aren’t overly rough, most owners never take them off sealed surfaces. The BMW X5 first reached Australia in November 2000 and gained a good reputation right from the start. It really appealed to those looking for a prestigious station wagon to cart kids. And many buyers had dreams of one day carting those kids into some interesting out-of-the-way areas in the Australian bush or desert. Or perhaps even to the beach. The second generation X5 came here in early 2007 and has been given regular upgrades, the most recent in January 2012. The third generation BMW X5 is due to be launched in 2013. With a large majority of X5 buyers now choosing diesel engines, BMW has made the xDrive30d its entry level model, replacing the previous petrolpowered xDrive30i. Although there was no change in the price of the 2012 xDrive30d there was a substantial jump in value with the previous Innovations Package, valued by BMW at $16,000 and priced as a $9000 option, now included in the manufacturers list price of $92,100. The new ‘free’ equipment includes satellite navigation, reversing camera including a new ‘Top View’ facility, a head-up display that projects speed and satellite navigation onto the windscreen in front of the driver, powered front seats, high beam assist and power tailgate. Other standard equipment includes active cruise control, lane departure warning, hill descent control, dualzone climate control air conditioning, bi-xenon headlights, anti-glare side mirrors, high beam assist and more. See your local BMW dealer to delve further into the full range of fascinating features offered. The latest addition to the BMW X5 range is the xDrive 30d Perfomance Edition a package that includes 21inch alloy wheels, front and rear aerodynamic trim, high-gloss black kidney grille, side sills and wheel arch extensions.

There are five engines, three diesel and two petrol, all with some level of turbo assistance. The xDrive30d generates 180 kW of power at 4000 rpm and torque 540 Nm between 1750 and 3000 rpm. Despite its size it can accelerate from zero to 100 km/h in just 7.6 seconds, yet it uses just 7.4 litres per 100 kilometres on the Australian combined cycle test. Not surprisingly it dominates X5 sales. The second diesel engine, powering the xDrive40d, is of the same (3.0-litre) capacity but comes with two turbochargers and so provides significantly more power (225 kW) and torque (600 Nm). Despite this extra performance, fuel consumption is only fractionally higher than that from the xDrive30d, at just 7.5 L/100km, an amazing figure for a vehicle with a kerb weight of 2100 kg. Saving the best till last, BMW has just added the X5 xDrive M50d to the range. As the ‘M’ in the name indicates, it comes from BMW’s highperformance division (similar to Holden’s HSV and Ford’s FPV). Under the bonnet of the M50d is a new 280 kW six-cylinder which, according to BMW, is the most powerful volumeproduced six-cylinder diesel engine in the world. Using triple turbocharging technology it generates a staggering 740 Nm of torque between 2000 to 3000 revs, with the 280 kW peak power coming between 4000 and 4400 rpm, equal to the sports car performance of 93.6 kW per litre and 5.4 seconds for the standing 100 km/h dash. Despite this the x50 M50d can use as little as 7.5 litres per 100 km although we don’t anticipate many owners will be driving this off-road hot rod too conservatively. We’ve yet to test drive it but will report on it when we do. The xDrive35i has a 3.0-litre turbocharger petrol engine that uses BMW’s TwinPower technology combined with variable valve control to enhance performance to 225 kW and 400 Nm. The extra value proposition comes as the X5, which has been the market leader in the luxury SUV category for far longer than its competitors would care to remember, is being challenged by the latest Mercedes-Benz M-Class – and such competition that can only be good for buyers.

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GEELONG’S mechanics and authorised service centre Rally Motors has split its business to improve services for customers. Rally Motors, at 11 Curtis St, Belmont, now operates as the company’s service centre. Rally Off Road, at 305 Bellerine St, South Geelong, looks after all customers’ four-wheel-drive needs. Manager Daniel says the move has been successful. “We’ve basically done it so each business can focus on its own expertise,” he says. Rally Motors, the company’s general service and repair centre, services all late-model vehicles as well as classic and heritage cars. Log-book servicing, general repairs and diagnostic are just some of the areas Rally Motors covers. Daniel says Rally Motors’ staff-members are at the forefront of keeping up with the latest technology. “We do a lot of training and keep up to date with the latest diagnostic equipment,” he says. Rally Off Road offers a full range of four-wheeldrive services, from accessory sales and fitment right through to logbook servicing, pre-trip inspections and modifications and repairs. It is one of the region’s few dedicated off-road specialists. Rally Off Road is Geelong’s sole distributor for Ironman 4x4 products including bullbars, winches, suspensions and more. Daniel says Ironman 4x4 is the fastest-growing four-wheel-drive accessory company in the country. “It’s a good product at a reasonable price and affordable to the average person.” More information is available at www.rallymotors.com.au Bookings for Rally Motors car servicing is available by phoning 5222 1777.

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HOLDEN, VX Lumina, silver, wagon, auto, A/C, PS, electric windows, CD player, air bags, full service history, sold with current RWC, RFW-421. $7,800ono. 0450 489 070. MAZDA, 626, auto, 1993, EC, low kms, FNX-507. $2,995. 0431 419 500. Clifton Springs.

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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, ďŹ&#x201A;oral, wing back, two chairs, two seater settee. $140. 52212501. Newtown. MATTRESS, single bed, Econ, inner spring. $30. 0403 795 667.

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MOBILITY SCOOTER, hardly used, battery operated, EC. $2,500. Gary 0418 504 231. Leopold. MOUNTAIN BIKE, ladies, 24 gears, Sedona, hardly used, paid $720, sell $290. 5248-7029, 0425 703 798. St Albans Park. MOWER, with catcher, 4 stroke, Briggs and Stratton, EC. $250. 0408 673 658.

NURSERY OPEN This Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm. Assorted potted colour 6 for $10, big and bushy Photinia 2 for $50. 12 Sykes Place, (opposite Kingston Park) Ocean Grove. McOuats Nursery. PIANO, attractive, highly polished, dark walnut, medium size, 120H x 146W, lovely mellow sound. $2,890 ono, must sell. Phone 5251-3091, Clifton Springs.

D R AW I N G / D R A F T I N G BOARD, timber base, green ďŹ nish top, includes parallel line. $180. 52583535. Point Lonsdale.

POLE SAW, pruner, new, adjustable to 4m length, easy start, reliable saw. Bargain at well below retail price $365. 0407 442 140.

DRESSING TABLE, Queen Anne, winged mirrors, mahogany, 70 years old, $299. 52752249.

POOL TABLE, 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;, slate, EC, accessories included. $1,300. 0404 035 289. Geelong.

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

FRIDGES, FREEZERS, W/M AND DRYERS Sales and service. Cheapest and best in town. Cool Cats Refrigeration. 18 Gordon Avenue, Geelong West. 5229-6246.

SCOOTER, electric, GC, great for local run around, urgent sale, $700. 0417 494 649. SCOOTER, mobility, electric, 4 wheel, 40km range, brand new. $2,300. 0402 757 987. Lara.

SCOOTER, Pride, 4 wheel, red, only used 6 times, includes charger. $2,800ono. 0407 846 207. SECURITY DOOR, new. $120ono. 5278-9167. Bell Park.

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

SHED, 6x7.5m, 3m tall, 10yo with new locks, 1 roller door, side door. $3,000ono. 0403 661 236.

GOLF CLUBS, with bag and buggy, $155 ono. 5282-1437 or 0433 735 606. Lara.

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HOUSE BRICKS, $220 for 1000. Phone James 0407 361 047. Norlane.

SWING SET, with slide, Hills. $15. 5224 2710.

TRESTLES, for painter, x2, G. James, aluminium, 2.4 x 2m, used for one job only. Paid $1,100, sell $650. 5281-2138.

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IndySport Indy Sport Geelong bats seeking a boost GEELONG Cricket Club put in a much more determined effort last weekend in the first week of its match against Essendon. After losing the toss and being asked to bowl, the Cats didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have it all their own way but stuck at their task to dismiss Essendon for a very gettable 224. Marc Carson, 3/26, rediscovered his rhythm and returned the best figures of the day from his 18 overs, while Adam DiGiacomo, 2/21, and Jacob Thorne, 2/23, leant good support all day. Geelong had to see off three overs to complete the first dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play and did so without fuss, knocking eight runs off the target for the loss of no wickets. If nightwatchman Michael Condy can

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provide some nuisance value and give his side a good start the Geelong batting lineup should have enough talent to record a morale-boosting victory. In Geelong Cricket Associationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s match of the round between local rivals South Barwon and East Belmont the Lions hold the upper hand after a strong batting display on day one.

When Andrew Ross, 2/50, had both openers back in the pavilion with just 36 runs on the board the Swans had a sniff of some quick wickets but Chris Bambury, 65, steadied the ship with help from Grant Ward, 10. When Bambury was run out the score was 4/130 and the dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play was in the balance. However, a brilliant counter attack from Sean Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill, 75, and Mark Hanley, 85, and a late charge by Matthew Caulfield, 28, saw the Lions finish the dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play on 6/300. Most teams would normally be very confident defending 300 but, with Clinton Peake in exquisite form, this game is a long way from over. In division two St Albanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Breakwa-

ter flexed its muscle to send Modewarre a message that it still has a long way to go before it can compete with the top teams. Modewarre batted first and skipper Michael Brown, 37, showed his experience at the top of the order but received little help as the Saints bowlers tore through the rest of the order, dismissing the Warriors for just 123. Jackson Burke, 3/27, and Andrew Vine, 3/13, were the pick of the bowlers, while Justin Miller, 2/29, bowled with good pace. Modewarre had 22 overs to try to get itself back in the match but Saints opener Phil Lang, 71, ensured there would be no collapse as his side finished day one on 1/94.

If St Albanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Breakwater can get some quick runs tomorrow an outright result might be on the cards. Winchelsea batted first in its division three match against Meredith and dominated the dayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s play to score a huge 9/262. Matthew Partridge, 86, was the mainstay of the Blues innings, with help from Tom Stephenson, 49, and Matthew Tench, 38. For the Rams, John Boljkovac, 4/97, toiled hard bowling 30 overs, while Ty Watts, 3/91, went for a few runs. Meredith has the batsmen to get these runs but it will take all their skill and experience to do so.

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SUMMERY temperatures in the past week fired up the snapper in Corio Bayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inner and outer harbours. Many anglers worked the channel line although it didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t seem the best location, with better captures have been coming further away on the inshore grass and reef beds. Last weekend Paul Tanner fished off the quarries in around six metres of water where all was quiet. He moved inshore looking for a few whiting but caught a trio of snapper better than 3kg each in only 3m of water. A similar report came from Campbell Jones who fished off Bird Rock to also catch three nice snapper. Campbell fished the run-off from high tide on Sunday afternoon. Garry Holt anchored up on the Stingaree Bay spoil grounds on Monday evening to instantly catch a 4kg snapper. The next two hours were quiet until a frantic 60 minutes just after dark when he caught and released most of another seven snapper better than 2kg. Noel Henry fished the southern side of Wilson Spit where he found the snapper easy to locate on his sounder but they waited until just on dark to bite. Noel boated three big fish on fresh pilchards. Troy Van Der Hart trolled in five to 7m between Clifton Springs and Alcoa to catch quality fish in each of his past three outings. Rapala Taildancers were his lure of choice. Snapper were also being from the deep water off St Leonards. The 20m line was productive, with bag-limit captures common at first light.

TYPICALLY NICE: Ethan Middleton with a typical trevally from Corio Bay, left, and Ash Rawlings with a pair of nice bream from the Barwon River estuary. The sheer numbers of pike in the bays have been unbelievable. Trolling small bibbed lures anywhere along the inshore grass beds attracted constant hook-ups, with light tackle best. Anglers confined to the shore should try North Shore rocks on any of the evening low tides with small, metal baitfishprofile lures. Bruce Wallace has been hitting the

whiting off St Leonards with new but yetto-be-released whiting worms, an artificial bait that has been out-fishing conventional baits and due to be available soon. Squid anglers found their quarry on the grass beds between Clifton Springs and Pelican Shores. Small natural-coloured jigs were best, with the best results in less than 3m. Edwards Point and Duck Island pro-

duced bigger squid, some over 2kg and taken on similar jibs. Daniel Palmer trolled The Rip area for plenty of salmon on deep-diving lures. Most were under 1kg but some reached 1.5kg. Snapper and gummy shark were taken offshore in 20m to 30m on squid baits. Surf anglers took snapper and whiting

from the rock platforms along the coast. Salmon also made regular appearances inside Corio Bay at St Helens, North Shore rocks and the grammar school lagoon. Early morning or the evenings were best. Trevally were taken in the Barwon River estuary on the run-up to high tide and in Queenscliffâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s cut around slack water. More than 220 children participated in Sundayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Ron Nelson Fishing Clinic at North Geelongâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Seagull Lake, with good numbers of rainbow trout landed on owerbait, worms and corn. The Barwon River in Geelong remained discoloured, forcing anglers to work hard to find redfin. Any of the running water locations should produce a few fish, with Breakwater and Buckley Falls presently viable options for anglers using lures. The onset of warmer weather should make Lake Tooliorook fantastic for anyone looking to catch a feed of redfin. Fish to over 1kg were caught on vibe-style lures in the past week, with vibing best practices from a boat in the open expanses of the lake. This weekendâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s afternoon tides should be perfect for catching bream and trevally from the Barwon River estuary. Bait choice is critical, with fresh bait, such as shrimp, bass yabby, sandworm and crab, returning the best results. Snapper anglers will have perfect tides for Clifton Springs to Geelong if they fish the afternoon high tide running off toward dark. Anglers should be prepared to fish after dark because the best recent results have been coming just after sunset. Send reports and photos to info@ raylongtackle.com.au or visit Brian at Ray Longâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fishing World, 105 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.

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Styling up with Verona

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G.J. Gardner Homes’ Verona design rounds out years of collaboration to deliver a beautiful and innovative display home. On display at Bendigo’s McIvor Forest Estate, Junortoun, the Verona follows the award-winning Moondarra and popular Ferrara designs. As an example of what G.J. Gardner Homes can mean to clients, the Verona leaves nothing to the imagination. Finished to the highest standard, the Verona is welcoming and embracing. And because G.J. Gardner means better-built homes, buyers can rest easy knowing their new home will last the test of time. Bendigo/Gisborne directors Danny Breen and Kris Gill say interest in the Verona has been high since it opened for inspection in March. “We love it – it’s got everything our buyers have daydreamed about as well as some new touches that really make the Verona stand out,” Mr Breen says. “Everyone we know has been looking forward to this one, so we worked really hard to design and build a display home that would get people excited about the options for family living that G.J. Gardner homes provide.” Mr Gill, a master builder, says his tight-knit team of local tradespeople created an amazing display of what’s possible with G.J. Gardner Homes. “Four beds, a study, a classy top-ofthe-range kitchen – it’s all there. “We have a walk-in pantry and a spacious master retreat, an ultra-modern en suite with a free-standing bath, timber floors and stackable doors to the outdoor entertaining area. We’re genuinely happy with the workmanship and creativity that went into this display home.” The Verona is open midday to 5pm daily at 22 McConnell Dve, Junortoun.

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The Ferrara 328 has real street appeal.

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Ferrara for modern life base and exquisite wall tiles are the perfect finish to this relaxing master retreat. Adjacent to the master bedroom is the study or alternatively a fifth bedroom, ideal for a nursery or guest room. The hub of the house, the piece de resistance, is the kitchen boasting 90cm appliances, Essa Stone benchtops, metallic colour glass splashbacks and a concealed walk-in pantry. The large open-plan central living zone allows the kitchen, dining and living room to take full advantage of the natural light that streams through the stacker doors adjoining the alfresco area. Large louvres overlook the open pergola garden area. Other customised features of the central living area include a built-in light box at the end of a striking outdoor entertainment area with built-in barbecue. A side hallway leads to a home theatre room with recessed TV alcove and magnificent plantation shutters on the windows. Further down the hallway is a compact powder room with beautiful Seductive Limba Laminex doors, separating the toilet and bathroom. The main bathroom includes

Essa Stone benchtops, oversized shower roses and ceramic square basins – a perfect finish for any modern home. A drying cupboard with vent is the main feature of the laundry in addition to wire washing hamper drawers and ample space for storage. At the end of the hallway is an activity room – ideal for the children – or an additional living space surrounded by three generous-sized bedrooms. Each room has Roman blinds, quality carpet and mirrored sliding wardrobe doors. The home also boasts a ducted heating and cooling system, Colorbond roof and Energy Saving meter reader – the most modern equipment to save the environment and reward with savings. Enjoying the views of the tropical landscaped gardens comes easily in the Ferrara 328 with the backyard seen clearly from the home’s central living space. And don’t forget the outdoor activity equipment for the children. The Ferrara 328 is truly a home of functionality and class. The display home is open seven days a week from midday to 5pm at Woondella Blvd, Woondella Residential Estate in Sale, Victoria.

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THE dream of living in a modern home can become a reality with G.J. Gardner Homes. The new Ferrara 328 Display Home is just one of the many contemporary designs that G.J. Gardner Homes has to offer. Externally this modern home offers mod-con features and architectural design whilst maintaining street appeal. The Ferrara 328 opens through a stylish pivot front door welcoming into a home of class and sophistication, with pendant lighting and high doors revealing the master bedroom evoking a feeling of awe. White walls bring a sense of purity and light, with the entire home allowing for an abundance of natural light. The solid timber, Australian Chestnut floorboards and 2700mm high ceilings add further elegance to this stunning home. The master bedroom includes a spacious walk-through robe with shoe racks and plenty of shelving and hanging space, all custom-made using a beautiful wood-grain laminate. The en suite flows seamlessly from the master bedroom where the double vanity and shower create a feeling of luxury. The porcelain floor tiles with in situ shower

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THE Woodbridge 232 is on display a couple of hours drive from Geelong at Bendigo. G.J. Gardner Bendigo’s new display home is a fine example of a house that lets clients dream with their feet on the ground. It’s a real home, with all the basic inclusions needed, and af-

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fordable. The home offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms, living area and all the quality G.J. Gardner brings to building and finishing. The Woodridge 232 is from the Express Range. The display home is located in

beautiful Evergreen Waters. Visit the display in one of Bendigo’s prime locations to appreciate the effort made to keep it realistic and achievable. The Woodridge 232 is open midday to 5pm every day at lot 215 Evergreen Blvd, Evergreen Waters (Jackass Flat).

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TRUMPER Rise land estate is situated off Christies Road in Leopold and within easy reach of the Bellarine Highway. The 28-lot sub-division is a continuation of the existing Trumper Crescent and with 13 lots sold and building commenced, the estate is taking shape quickly. Titles are available now with lots varying in size from 559m2

to 721m2. There are no developer guidelines or restrictive design covenants and the land has minimal fall, so building costs can be kept to a minimum. From now until the end of the year, the developer will pay the stamp duty assessed on the new owner, based on the value of land purchased. To take advantage of this offer and reserve your piece of land

now, contact Kerryn Taylor on 0432 154 164. If you are looking for a Trumper Rise house and land package, G.J. Gardner Homes have put together a fantastic range of packages starting from $345,159. Contact G.J. Gardner Homes on 5221 1447 between 8.30am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

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Cowes at home on the coast G.J. Gardner Homes opens their new premium display home on Saturday at Cowes on Phillip Island in the Shearwater Estate. The floor plan is named The Cowes after the town and has been specifically designed to suit a lifestyle by the water offering four generous sized bedrooms, two bathrooms and multiple living areas within a 236sqm of space. Visitors will instantly fall in love with this spacious home featuring high ceilings and an abundance of natural light flooding through the north facing living areas creating the perfect holiday escape or family home. The modern and luxurious kitchen is impressive with Essastone bench tops, Smeg appliances and a fully integrated island workstation with breakfast bar seating. Sliding doors open directly from the kitchen onto a large bamboo deck and undercover alfresco area, making it the perfect place to enjoy outdoor entertaining all year round. During cooler months the family will want to snuggle up on the couch with the gas log fire creating added warmth and comfort. Other features such as inbuilt ducted vacuum system, air conditioning and a 2000 litre water tank plus recycled water all offer exceptional value. G.J. Gardner Homes builder and franchisee, Garry Cox says that The Cowes has been designed with the coastal lifestyle in mind. “This design was created to meet the needs of both a modern family or holiday makers. We set out to optimise all of the space without waste and ensured there was both practical and luxurious feel about the home. “There are plenty of living areas to ensure all of the family has a different space to relax or enjoy all together,” said Garry. The 236 square-metre-Cowes will be on display or available for sale from $199,000. The Cowes display is at 44 Boardwalk Boulevard, Shearwater Estate. For details phone Gill Hardman 0423 374 733 or 5952 2150.

The Cowes has been designed with the coast in mind. Images may depict landscaping and upgraded fixtures, fittings, features or finishes which are not included in the prices stated. For availability and pricing of these items please discuss with your new home consultant.

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559m 2

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