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Hobsons Bay Running Club is inviting the community to help celebrate a milestone on Anzac Day. Following a one-minute silence, the club will hold its 250th 5000-metre handicap at 8.01am on April 25. Formed in 1994, the social running club regularly holds runs around the Williamstown and Newport area of Port Phillip Bay. Club member Kieran Leonard (pictured) says current, past and new members are invited to register for the five-kilometre run, which will be followed by a complementary barbecue breakfast at the clubrooms, situated at the Old Gatehouse next to Newport Power Station. “We run Tuesday and Thursday nights and Sunday mornings,” Leonard said. “We’re not-for-profit and we’ve got about 65 active members.” No fees will be charged for the anniversary event, but people are asked to register in advance and confirm their presence at 7.45am at the corner of The Strand and North Road, Newport. For more information, visit www.hobos.org.au. Goya Dmytryshchak

Load on residents’ minds An industry push to increase truck loads to more than 85 tonnes has alarmed opponents of freight on the inner-west’s roads. The proposal, put to Roads Minister Luke Donnellan by some of Australia’s biggest container transport companies, would make loads almost 20 per cent heavier than the 68.5-tonne weight limit currently allowed on arterial routes. This would enable trucks to carry two fully loaded 20-foot shipping containers and build on the former Napthine government’s green

light for trucks up to 30 metres to travel on key freight runs. A “last-mile” loophole enables freight operators to apply to access local operations via roads such as Footscray’s Whitehall Street, Yarraville’s Francis Street and Williamstown Road, and Altona North’s Grieve Parade. Container Transport Alliance Australia director Neil Chambers said the freight industry wanted trucks to operate “wherever they’re physically able” to avoid losing container trade to other states. A spokesman for Mr Donnellan said the government would always look at more efficient

ways to safely move freight around the state and would consider all industry proposals. “Victoria has a strong reputation as a leader in freight and logistics and it’s important that we are doing what we can to ensure that remains so,” the minister said. “As a government, we want to strike the right balance between boosting productivity in the freight industry yet still accommodating the needs of other road users.” Maribyrnong Truck Action Group lobbyist Samantha McArthur said the latest push failed to address the broader issue of freight movement. “The aim is to get freight off the

roads and I think the government has to get really serious about freight on rail,” she said. “We have got a quadrupling of container numbers through the Port of Melbourne by 2030, so no matter how many HPFVs [high productivity freight vehicles] you have, the number of road trips is going to rise.” Ms McArthur said there was no place for larger, heavier trucks on residential streets. “We already see the damage done … and the danger they pose from a safety perspective, with B-doubles and semis. They are not intended for residential roads; they would be a really big problem for Melbourne’s inner-west.”

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Food Safety Awards Hobsons Bay City Council is proud to announce the winners of the 2014 Food Safety Awards: Best in the West Pizza – Altona St Mary’s Altona Primary School Mamma P – Altona Bright Steps Educational Child Care and Kindergarten - Newport Spotswood Licensed Supermarket – Spotswood The Food Safety Awards recognise and celebrate local food businesses that have met the highest standards in food preparation in Hobsons Bay.

Altona Library HVAC upgrade Replacement of Altona Library’s heating ventilation and air conditioner (HVAC)

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system plant machinery will start in May. The replacement of this HVAC plant will significantly reduce the operating costs of the system and also reduce greenhouse gas emissions by an estimated 21.7 tonnes annually. The library will be closed for one day (5 May) but for the following two weeks there will be changes to services. The library will be open for regular events and computer use, but will be closed for browsing. Instead, patrons can reserve books online to collect the next day. For more information, look for signs in the library or speak with a librarian.

ANZAC events in the Cherry Lake Ward Sunday 19 April - march from Altona RSL to the cenotaph at Hobsons Bay Civic Centre (march at 2.40pm, service

at 3pm). Saturday 25 April – Dawn service, march from Altona RSL to the Hobsons Bay Civic Centre (march at 5.40am, service at 6am). During April, visit the Pier Street Poppy Project (as part of Art in Public Places) at the Rotary Noticeboard at Logan Reserve Altona presented by Country Women’s Association – Altona Evening Branch. This installation piece features panels of poppies handmade by the CWA and the community.

Ophir Lane resurfacing

Works are now underway on the Newport Youth Library and Seniors Project. This multifunction facility will provide space for youth services including consulting rooms and a music recording studio. The centre will also include a maternal and child health service, a new integrated library and community spaces for seniors groups and others. The centre is scheduled to open in September 2016. And on the subject of youth, remember National Youth Week begins this week. Come down to Williamstown Library for the free event Music on the Deck on Friday 17 April from 3pm to hear some of Hobsons Bay’s finest young musicians.

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Road resurfacing and drainage improvement works in Ophir Lane have now started. Due to the heritage nature of the bluestone, this complex project will take 16 weeks to complete, working in line with Council’s Heritage Laneway Management Plan.

Maddox Road Shared Trail Project A new shared trail for bikers and walkers will create a safe off-road connection from the railway in Newport to the coastal trail. Construction will start in May and finish late June to create a path that runs adjacent to the Williamstown Pony Club from the railway line on Maddox Road to the new pedestrian crossing at Kororoit Creek Road.

The Bruce Comben Reserve Pavilion upgrade works will commence this month. The finished pavilion will include four change rooms with amenities, umpire rooms, storage and a kitchen/ canteen and spectator toilets. The works should be completed by October 2015.

Budget listening posts

ANZAC events in the Strand Ward Sunday 19 April – march from Williamstown RSL to the cenotaph in Ferguson Street (march at 2.30pm, service at 3pm). Saturday 25 April – dawn service, march from Williamstown RSL to the cenotaph at Ferguson Street (march at 5.40am, service at 6am). Saturday 25 April – march from Newport RSL to cenotaph at Mason Street (march at 1pm, service at 1.30pm). Sunday 19 April Sons of Williamstown (part of Art in Public Places) 1.30pm – 2.30pm Williamstown Town Hall. View photos and hear the stories of soldiers who lost their lives during WWI.

Thanks to all those community members who stopped by the Council Listening Posts this February and March to have their say on the upcoming budget. Listening Posts were held at the IGA Supermarket in Laverton, Central Square Shopping Centre, Altona Market and

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Altona Gate Shopping Centre, the Newport Farmers Market and Coles Supermarket in Williamstown. This was a successful engagement process and we received valuable feedback. The draft budget will go before Council later in April and will then be open for community feedback for six weeks.

Alma Avenue improvements

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Lohse Street is nearing completion: get ready for an impressive community space that includes new furniture, a shelter, new pathways, floodlight lighting, landscaping and a new accessible unisex public toilet. For the kids there will be a nature based children’s garden and grassed areas for playing.

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Street tree pruning works have now started in Altona North between Mason Street and Blackshaws Road, and west of Maddox Road. We apologise for any inconvenience during this time.

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Improvements will begin this month to beautify and improve access to the Alma Avenue shops. These improvements will be completed over several months to minimise disruption and will include pavement cleaning, line markings, garden bed plantings and new furniture.

The irrigation works are now complete and the new turf wicket has been laid. The area is temporarily unavailable while the turf establishes, to ensure it is ready for the start of the cricket season in October 2015.

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Plea to help farewell children By Benjamin Millar A Footscray priest is appealing for help to pay for the funerals of three children who died when their mother’s car crashed car into a Wyndham Vale lake last Wednesday. Akon Guode’s one-year-old son Bol, four-year-old son Madit and his twin sister Anger died when their mother’s car careened into Lake Gladman in a crash that remains under police investigation. Chaplain Soma Jackson, parish priest for

the Anglican Church of Footscray, said any funds towards the funerals would help the family, who already face a heavy financial and emotional burden. “They are already struggling with this terrible loss. One of the difficulties they are facing is, normally, the community will put their hands together to help with one funeral but, with three, this will make it very difficult for them.” Father Jackson said, as well as the funerals, a memorial service would also be held a few days later for each child.

He said the family is well known through church and social occasions as happy and friendly. The chaplain said he had stayed in close contact with them throughout the past week and said Ms Guode remained devastated by the incident. “No parent would wish something like this to happen. “In our culture, the parents are living to support the children – if you needed to die to let your child live, that is what would happen, so

she feels it would be better if she died herself.” Father Jackson said Awel, the only child to survive the crash, was still recovering in hospital. Grieving father Joseph Tito Manyang said the funeral services would be open to the public. Manor Lakes’ sporting community will hold a fundraising event at Manor Lakes Football Club, 3pm this Sunday, and a permanent memorial for the three children is also planned. To inquire about making a donation, email footscrayanglicanparish@gmail.com.

Public call to ‘future’ forum What kind of suburb should Footscray become? A Victoria University public forum this month will tackle some thorny questions posed by the changing face of Footscray. VU community development academic Nicole Oke says the forum will explore the impact of rapid development and gentrification on the suburb’s traditional, ethnically diverse and working-class character. “Urban renewal not only changes what we see around us but also challenges how people feel they belong to, and identify with, Footscray,” Dr Oke said. “The shape Footscray takes in the next few years is not pre-determined.” She said services, public spaces and businesses were rapidly changing to reflect the shift in the people now visiting and living in Footscray. The forum will explore the issue of affordable accommodation, access to legal services and the use of public spaces. Dr Oke said it was vital to discuss what it is about Footscray that people want to hold on to, as well as what changes are worth embracing. “People talk about Footscray as the welcoming hub of a diverse range of communities,” she said. “They value, for example, the numerous African barbers and cafés that help African communities forge a sense of belonging in the city.” The free forum, organised by VU’s Community Development Association and its Community, Identity and Displacement Research Network, will have speakers including several researchers who work with community groups. It will be held at MetroWest, 138 Nicholson Street, Footscray, from 5.30pm on Wednesday, April 29.

Performance artist Michael Meneghetti collects rubbish and attaches it to himself. (Damjan Janevski)

Rubbish shows up as Brooklyn art the last year in East Timor, which were called scartato, which is Italian for discarded,” the artist says. “I wanted to play with it even more by exploring my local area – and Brooklyn’s kind of a bit notorious for being one of the most polluted suburbs in Melbourne. Definitely, there’s a stigma around the pollution of the west,” he said. “Overall, it’s a fun little project because I end up collecting as much rubbish as there is in the area and take it off the street.

“I did the first performance on Clean Up Australia Day. One time, I went to the end of my street in Kyle Road and I was completely covered in rubbish before I made it any further.” Performances throughout April are being filmed and will then be screened across three shopfronts at 10-14 Eames Avenue, Brooklyn, on April 30 from 6-8pm. For more information about Art in Public Places, visit www.artinpublicplaces.com.au.

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From little sings, big songs grow. Former Footscray Sings conductor Bridget a’Beckett, centre, has joined forces with entertainers Julia Davis and Sharni Page to create Musical Sprouts, a new concert group for under-5s. The interactive concerts feature instruments and original music, as well as popular songs from musical theatre and Disney. Musical Sprouts performances will be held at the Bluestone Church Arts Space, 10A Hyde Street, Footscray, on Tuesday, April 21, at 10am and noon. Bookings www. musicalsprouts.com or tickets at the door. Benjamin Millar

Kidnap sentence cut on appeal By Goya Dmytryshchak A man who kidnapped an Altona woman at gunpoint in 2011 has had his nine-year sentence reduced on appeal. Last April, John Booth was convicted in the County Court on charges of criminal damage, aggravated burglary, assault and kidnapping. He was sentenced to nine years and three months with a non-parole period of seven years. His sentence was cut to eight years and three months, with a minimum of six years and three months, after Booth appealed to the Supreme

Court. Justices David Ashley and Philip Priest ruled that the evidence of a neuropsychologist as to whether Booth had a mental disorder and intellectual disability should not have been rejected. During the trial, expert witnesses had argued about the level of Booth’s IQ and whether he had an intellectual disability or was malingering. On April 26, 2011, Booth had gone to Volt nightclub at Werribee Plaza, where his friend and another man got into an argument over the latter’s girlfriend. The dispute escalated into a fight between two groups outside the club.

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Booth and his friends drove from Volt to the Altona home of the other man’s girlfriend and broke every window of her unit. He then returned with two other men early the next morning. The woman and her mother were sharing a bed because they felt insecure. They woke to find three masked men ordering them out of bed. Booth was holding a sawn-off shotgun and the younger woman was dragged by her hair from the bedroom to the lounge, as the men tried to ascertain her boyfriend’s whereabouts. When the woman said she did not know, she was dragged outside to a car and ordered into

the boot. One of the men raised his gun and fired into the air before the car was driven to Booth’s home. The woman was locked in the boot of the car for about eight hours before being released. She said her kidnappers opened the boot several times, including once when Booth wanted the phone number of the victim’s boyfriend and to throw water at her. In granting leave to appeal, the Supreme Court said while Booth’s offending was very serious, his intellectual disability would increase the burden of his imprisonment and his sentence should be sensibly moderated.

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Group links council to ‘cash cow’ By Benjamin Millar Concerns are being raised about impacts on small businesses and residential areas of about 2500 new apartments slated for construction on land around Highpoint shopping centre. Maribyrnong council is seeking to rezone parts of the Highpoint activity centre, converting land now zoned as industrial to commercial or mixed use. A council document paving the way for the rezoning states the Highpoint plan envisions: a “walkable, people-friendly environment” with houses, shops, offices and cafés.

“The current zoning doesn’t allow this mix of uses. So, in order to implement the plan for a new community, the zone must change.” Building heights of up to 10 storeys have been flagged across seven precincts, with six to 10 storeys planned along Hampstead and Williamsons roads, as well as Rosamond and West roads. A report by Mark Sheppard, on behalf of the GPT Group and Highpoint Property Group, notes that pressure is mounting from developers wanting to redevelop properties. The report called for a scrapping of the council’s suggested 10-storey limit, arguing

that buildings up to 18 storeys “would be sufficiently distant from the public realm to avoid any material impact on it whatsoever”. The report also calls for a reduction in the amount of proposed open space. Robert Wiatrowski, of the Maribyrnong Residents Action Group, warned the rezoning would provide commercial and economic benefits to Highpoint developments at the expense of other retail precincts nearby. “Simply put, Highpoint is a commercial cash cow for Maribyrnong council and the council is working with the management of Highpoint developments to increase the size, scope and

financial power of the shopping centre,” he said. Mr Wiatrowski said the people most disadvantaged were the ratepayers of Maribyrnong and smaller retail precincts in the municipality. “The council is deliberately focusing its energy on benefiting Highpoint in terms of encouraging a bigger residential market around the shopping centre, deflecting shopper interest and appeal away from other retail precincts.” An independent planning panel hearing on the proposal was held late March with the panel report due in July.

Sunnies an eye-opener More than 50 short films will be screened at Yarraville this week when the Setting Sun Short Film Festival returns for its second year. The 2015 ‘Sunnies’, opening on Thursday night, will showcase 52 films across four days at the Sun Theatre and Kindred Studios. Director Anna Bourozikas says the festival will wrap up on Sunday with a Sunnies awards ceremony, where the best films and filmmakers for 2015 are proclaimed. “The festival has grown this year, with many films highlighting the people and places of the west, while a good range of films came from across the bridge and interstate,” she said. Newport filmmaker and actor Tom Vogel has two films screening at the festival. “I’ve been doing it for about 10 years now; I’ve directed 13 short films. “I’ve always been interested in telling stories. I was always interested in film but thought it

was out of my realm,” he said. “But after doing a one-week course I realised I could do it.” Vogel runs the West Side Shorts monthly short film night in Williamstown and is festival director and organiser of the decade-old Angry Film Festival. He does most of his filming in the western suburbs, including the two films being screened as part of the Sunnies. One of them is a sequel to his award-winning and Tropfest finalist film One In a Million, which is about a boy who discovers his dad is a serial killer. For session times and tickets visit www. suntheatre.com.au. Benjamin Millar Two of Tom Vogel’s films have been selected in the Setting Sun Short Film Festival. (Shawn Smits)

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T-bucket makes A-list A Seaholme man has been honoured for having Australia’s top hot rod after winning the Australian Street Rod Federation ‘nationals’ over Easter. Len Case’s T-bucket, which he finished building in 2008, has always attracted a lot of attention, but the award “blew him away”. A T-bucket is based on a Model T Ford from 1915-1927 but is extensively modified or built with replica parts. Mr Case won top T-bucket at the nationals

in 2009 and 2011 but missed out on the 2013 awards because of a back operation. The nationals are held every two years and attract entrants from all over Australia. “So this year, it was up at Newcastle in New South Wales,” Mr Case said. “I ended up getting top hot rod. There were 904 entries.” His massive trophy is a perpetual one that has changed hands for 44 years. Goya Dmytryshchak

A rubbish collector was killed when his truck rolled and crushed him in Melbourne’s west early last Saturday. The man was collecting bins on Droop Street, Footscray, about 3.20am when his truck pinned him between the vehicle and a pole. Emergency services were called and paramedics attempted to revive the man, but he died at the scene. WorkCover is investigating the fatality.

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Search on for stolen war medals By Goya Dmytryshchak

Police have released images of these men seen fleeing a Newport home where war medals were stolen. (Supplied)

War medals belonging to a veteran of conflicts in both Iraq and Afghanistan were stolen during a burglary at Newport last month. The 33-year-old former soldier was at work when two men forced open the front door and ransacked his William Street house about 1.45pm on March 29. The intruders stole military honours, including his Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Australian Defence Medal and NATO, or ISAF, Medal, which was awarded to him by the French government. The value of the medals is estimated at $20,000.

Senior Detective Olivia Dennison, of the Hobsons Bay crime investigation unit, said the medals were likely to be worthless to the thieves. “There wouldn’t be a specific place that they would directly offload them,” she said. “We’re just appealing for any witnesses to the incident and just appealing for any person that might have seen or come across the medals to get in contact with us.” Police have released images of two men seen leaving the house with a backpack. One was described as being of Asian appearance, aged 25-30, about 160 centimetres, with a slim build and short black hair. He was wearing a light-green jumper, light-blue jeans,

green baseball cap and prescription glasses. The second was described as Caucasian, 25-30 years, about 170 centimetres tall, with a solid build and scruffy brown hair. He was wearing a red jumper and grey track pants. Detectives have released images of the stolen medals in the hope they can be returned to the owner. Other items valued about $5000 were also stolen, including a PlayStation 4, computers and jewellery. Police are appealing for anyone with knowledge of the men’s identity or stolen items to come forward. Anyone with information is being urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Turk’s heartfelt tribute A Footscray community leader has helped spread a tribute to the fallen Anzacs of Gallipoli into 100 RSL clubs across Victoria. Mehmet Balikel has spent the past 18 months travelling across the state to deliver framed messages immortalising the compassionate words of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, an army officer who became the first president of Turkey. In 1934, Atatürk wrote: “Those heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives … you are now lying in the soil of a friendly country. Therefore rest in peace. There is no difference between the Johnnies and the Mehmets where they lie side by side here in this country of ours … You the mothers who sent their sons from faraway countries, wipe away your tears. Your sons are now lying in our bosom and are

in peace. Having lost their lives on this land they have become our sons as well.” Mr Balikel said he pursued the project to mark the centenary of Anzac Day. “During this time I successfully completed my interest and passion of aligning the friendship between the Turkish and Australian community,” he said. The first framed reproduction was mounted at Footscray RSL. Benjamin Millar

Mehmet Balikel has spent the past 18 months visiting RSLs across Victoria. (Supplied)

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Industry too near: residents By Goya Dmytryshchak A developer is proposing to create an industrial estate at the western end of Civic Parade at Altona, raising concerns from Galvin Street residents living opposite. Town planning company MacroPlan Dimasi, acting for Axcell Management Services, has applied to Hobsons Bay council to create 58 industrial lots, known as Enfield Industrial Estate, at 37-77 Ajax Road. The estate’s eastern boundary – Lot 55, which is 6.6 hectares – faces homes in Galvin Street and the north-west corner of Mount St Joseph Girls’ College. A traffic report by Cardno, prepared for the applicant, anticipates the development “could generate up to [about] 350 vehicle movements during the peak-hour period and therefore up to [about] 3500 vehicle movements per day”. One resident, who could not be named for work reasons, said there was a paucity of information about what kind of industrial development was being proposed. “At the moment it’s just an open paddock,” he said. “Morally, council shouldn’t be allowing any sort of industry in that pocket. It is purely a residential street. Now, our purely residential street may have to share it with light industry and we don’t know, no one seems to know, what the hell it is.”

The resident said no one would be able to police industrial traffic using Galvin Street to access the estate. A report prepared by MacroPlan states that a buffer zone is proposed between Lot 55 and Galvin Street homes. “A large allotment (Lot 55) is proposed at the far eastern end of the subdivision, which will interface with the established residential area and Mt St Joseph school located along Galvin Street,” the report states.

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“This allotment has been designed to incorporate required buffer areas in a future development proposal.” Applicant, MacroPlan manager Paul Beatty, said the land was “appropriate for any sort of industrial development”. “There are no uses that are actually lined up for any of it at the moment,” he said. “It’s purely just a subdivision.” A 21-hectare reserve, south of the Altona rail line, is also proposed as part of the new subdivision. The proposal is being advertised by the council for submissions.

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Mementos for mums Mini Monets and pint-sized Picassos at a Maidstone kindergarten have been using their creative flair to produce personalised tea towels. Featuring handprints and drawings by children and staff at Dobson Kindergarten, the tea towels are being sold as part of a Mother’s Day fundraiser. Supervisor Nicolle Turner says the unique artworks make great gifts for mums, grandparents or carers.

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Paws to show you care By Goya Dmytryshchak A fundraising event for a dog and puppy rescue organisation is being held at Altona’s Cherry Lake this month. Kerrie Gebert, of Puppy Tales Rescue, says all money from a 3.5- kilometre walk will go to the not-for-profit group, which saves dogs and puppies across Victoria and, in some cases, South Australia and New South Wales. “The aim of Puppy Tales Rescue is to not only help the lives of dogs on death row but to stop the dumping of unwanted puppies that eventually end up on the street or on death row,� she said. “Often dogs and puppies taken in by Puppy Tales Rescue need some form of medical attention, whether it’s standard health checks or major surgery, which can be costly. Sharon Nelson, of Manners For Paws, which organised the Altona event, urged people to bring a picnic lunch and their dogs to support the cause. “I’m passionate about rescue because it can save the lives of animals that may otherwise be condemned to death or left starving and homeless,� Ms Nelson said. “The joy of seeing a dog find their ‘forever’ home with a loving family makes all the work we do worth it. “Social dogs on lead are welcome; grab a coffee, visit the Puppy Tales Rescue team and other stallholders and enjoy the morning out with your fur-kids for such a great cause.� The Cherry Lake Rescue Walk is on April 26 with registration from 8.30am and the walk to start at 9.30am. Registration (cash only) is $10 for adults, $5 for children and $25 for families. All registration fees will be donated to Puppy Tales Rescue. More information is at www. mannersforpaws.com.au.

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By Goya Dmytryshchak A public gathering will take place at Altona beach this weekend for survivors and victims of childhood sexual abuse. Altona’s Mairead Ashcroft has organised the “free, peaceful, non-political and non-religious event”, which she’s named Innocent child of the village. Ms Ashcroft said perpetrators of abuse relied on victims’ silence, which was why talking about the issue was so important. However, she said greater media focus on childhood sexual abuse and events, such as the recent arson attacks on Melbourne churches with links to paedophile priests, could trigger painful memories for survivors. “For victims, it stirred things up,” she said. “It triggered people, and there’s a lot more in the media now that is triggering for people, and they don’t know where to go, they don’t know how to go about it because a lot of people think, I thought it only happened to me. “The media is very important because the strength of perpetuating childhood sexual abuse comes from its silence,” she said. “So, although it can be painful to hear these stories, hearing them can give people the strength to come forward. I know there are people out there who are suffering because they tell me. People are saying to me, I’ve never told anyone this before but … ” At 5pm on April 19, Ms Ashcroft will create a circle in the sand to the right of Altona pier, light candles in the centre and watch the sun go down with other survivors. “It’s just sending positive intentions out there for people and letting them know, you know, we know that this happened … and we care,” she said. “That’s basically what it is, we care. It’s not a

The campaign to save the Dancing Dog building has taken a creative turn. Poet “Initially NO” has taken to YouTube with a devotional ode to the building that hosts Westword, one of Melbourne’s longest-running poetry events. The building faces an uncertain future as it heads to auction this Saturday. Hip-hop artist “Al-flex” has also released specially written track Save the Dog, a call to action to stop Footscray Dog becoming “another Docklands”. Campaigners are scrambling to raise funds to buy the iconic Albert Street building, built in 1909 as the United Friendly Societies Dispensary. Star Weekly last week reported Biggin & Scott agent Matthew Alderman expects the building to sell for more than $1.5 million. While the campaign to buy the building faces an uphill battle, organisers have taken heart from the outpouring of community support. A Pozible crowdfunding campaign has attracted more than $51,000 in pledges, which campaign organiser Katerina Gaita said put Maribyrnong council and developers on notice. “Even in the worst case scenario, we have put developers on notice that there is strong feeling about the building in the community,” she said. More details about the campaign are at www.pozible.com/buythedog.

Mairead Ashcroft’s Altona gathering is aimed at raising awareness of childhood abuse. (Kristian Scott)

counselling session, but in saying that I do have counsellors coming. “So if somebody does find themselves in distress, there are people there who can help in that moment.” For more information, visit the Innocent child of the village Facebook event.

Centre Against Sexual Assault offers telephone and face-to-face counselling to survivors of recent and past sexual abuse, including childhood sexual abuse. The centre’s 24-hour sexual assault crisis line is 1800 806 292 or 9635 3610. Otherwise go online to www.casa.org.au.

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Friends of Skeleton Creek will hold a community working bee at Altona Meadows on April 19. Formed in 1991, the Friends group protects and restores the creek environment, and also acts as a watchdog for water quality. Running from Mount Cottrell to Port Phillip Bay, the creek winds through Truganina, Tarneit, Hoppers Crossing, Point Cook, Seabrook, Altona Meadows and Cheetham Wetlands, an internationally recognised wetlands. Once a month, the friends group meets for planting, mulching, weeding and rubbish collection. Friends secretary Denice Perryman said Sunday’s event, towards the end of Merton Street, would involve mulch spreading in preparation for a planting day

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Industrial emissions at Yarraville on Saturday apparently were contributed to by other chemical plants in the area, a statement issued by ICI on Monday said. The statement said: “We can only assume that a combination of emissions from chemical plants in the area, of which ICI is one, together with the particular wind direction and atmospheric conditions, caused the reported inconvenience to local residents.”

Footscray footballer Neil Sachse was a last-minute inclusion last Saturday in the match which made him a cripple. The Bulldogs’ football manager, Mr Kevin Webb, did not know until 10.30am on Saturday whether Sachse, troubled by a back injury, would play. “Neil had been having treatment for the injury received in the game against Melbourne,” Mr Webb said. “But he rang me on Saturday to say he was fit and available for the game.”

The City of Altona is financially disadvantaged because it has a lower income per household than other parts of Melbourne. Cr Les Crofts said this in evidence before Commissioner DV Moye, at a Grants Commission hearing in the council chambers last week. Cr Crofts was supporting Altona Council’s application for an Australian Government grant.

The Housing Ministry’s proposed public housing development in Cole Street, Williamstown, will go ahead following a ruling by the town planning tribunal last Friday. Anti-public housing campaigner Cr Ian Thomas said he was “devastated” but not “surprised” by the tribunal’s decision. The tribunal hearing was a “puppet show”; it appeared the decision had been made before the hearing, he [claimed].

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A Century of ANZAC “Those heroes that shed their blood and lost their lives... you are now lying in the soil of a friendly country. Therefore rest in peace. There is no difference between the Johnnies and the Mehmets to us where they lie side by side here in this country of ours... You the mothers who sent their sons from far away countries wipe away your tears. Your sons are now lying in our bosom and are in peace. After having lost their lives on this land they have become our sons as well.” Mustafa Kemal Atatürk

There are few places in Australia where war has left a physical mark. Our war memorials, cenotaphs and avenues of honour in towns and cities across our land mostly honour those Australians who fell fighting for their country in far away places. When we talk about hallowed ground it’s usually in reference to sporting arenas. This seems almost sacrilegious when you consider the places on almost every continent, where Australian blood was spilled. Each of these is sacred but none is more celebrated than Anzac Cove on Turkey’s Gallipoli Peninsula. Gallipoli has become a major component of Australian folklore. Like any legend the narrative differs from reality in parts. The ANZACs were just part of the overall attacking force, which included British, Irish, French, Indian and of course the Turks

There have been countless words written about why Gallipoli has become such a dominant part of the national psyche – the larrikin sprit of the Diggers and the occasional demonstration of humanity between foes are among the many stories behind the legend. Critics rightly argue that such traits weren’t exclusive to Gallipoli and those who fought. However, the commemoration of Gallipoli through Anzac Day has evolved to embody every event that has shaped our military history since. This is probably why Australians and New Zealanders fortunate enough to visit Anzac Cove feel an almost spiritual sensation, even though the territory itself holds little value to our nations in the greater scheme of things. For many young travellers there’s an initial bravado, which includes looking for rusted bullet casings to souvenir and running up the sandy embankments like their compatriots did under fire. However this soon gives way to sombreness upon visiting the war graves. Walking around Lone Pine cemetery it’s the ages of the fallen who lay beneath the neatly arranged rectangular gravestones that stand out the most. The numbers 17, 18 and 19 are over-represented at Lone Pine, like it is at war cemeteries in places such as France, Libya, Papua New Guinea, Borneo, South Korea and Vietnam.

Of the 130,842 total deaths throughout the Gallipoli campaign, 21,255 were from Britain and Ireland followed by 10,000 French, 8709 Australians 2,779 New Zealanders, 1358 Indians and 49 from New Foundland.

Anzac Day acknowledges them all and everyone else who has served in every military operation involving Australia and New Zealand including recent campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s not about glorifying war but reflecting on their sacrifices and ensuring they weren’t in vain.

The Turkish/Ottoman Empire forces suffered almost double the Allied losses, with 86,692 lives lost.

Hopefully, it won’t take another hundred years to learn its harsh lessons.

There were more than a quarter of a million wounded from all sides.

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As horrendous the toll was, it would soon be dwarfed by the devastating losses suffered on the Western Front as the First World War dragged on for another three and a half years. Yet for some reason, this ill-fated Allied action to occupy the Dardanelles would strike a chord in Australia and New Zealand for the next century, despite later battles and wars where we emerged triumphant.

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ANZAC CENTENARY FEATURE

INVITATION Commemorating a century of ANZAC at Altona RSL and Williamstown RSL

There will be plenty of opportunities to honor our past and present armed forces with Anzac celebrations on all around Maribyrnong and Hobsons Bay.

Williamstown RSL Williamstown RSL will host its first commemorative event, the RSL march, on Sunday 19 April. Join the march from the RSL down to the cenotaph at the intersection of Ferguson Street, Nelson Place and The Strand at 2.30pm. The service will begin at 3.00pm.

Altona RSL Throughout April the Altona RSL will be decorated with memorabilia from WW1 and displays celebrating 100 years of Gallipoli and the Armed Forces. Some displays are donated from primary schools and community groups. 19 April Commemoration Sunday – ANZAC Day Road closures will commence at 2pm for the march assembly. The march starts from Sub Branch at 2.40pm arrives at cenotaph at approximately 2.55pm for the service at 3pm, returning to Sub Branch at about 3.45pm 25 April ANZAC Day - Dawn Service The march commences at 5.40am and arrives at the Cenotaph at 5.50am  for the  service at 6am, returning to Sub Branch at 6.25AM

Altona RSL

31 Sargood Street, Altona Phone 9398 2817

After the service, everyone is welcome back to the RSL for light refreshments. For ANZAC Day, the dawn service will begin at 5:45am at the cenotaph at the intersection of Ferguson Street, Nelson Place and The Strand. After the service, everyone is welcome back to the RSL for a Gunfire Breakfast for a gold coin donation. Footy fans are welcome to stay on to watch the AFL screened in the bar. 2UP will be played from 1pm-4pm.

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WIN THIS Enter for the chance to win one of three double passes, each valued at $300, to see Baz Luhrmann’s much-loved hit show Strictly Ballroom the Musical, currently playing at Her Majesty’s Theatre in Melbourne. Tickets are on sale at www.ticketek.com.au or 132 849.

WANT YOUR EVENT LISTED? Community Calendar is made available free of charge to not-for-profit organisations to keep the public informed of special events and activities. Send item details to Star Weekly Community Calendar, Corner Thomsons Road and Keilor Park Drive, Keilor Park, 3042, or email to communitycalendar@starweekly.com.au. Deadline for copy and announcements is noon Tuesday.

Market dates change

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The Substation artists’ market has been moved to this Sunday from 10am-3pm. The artists market will move back to the first Sunday of the month in May. The Substation farmers market is, usually, on the first and third Sunday of the month from 9am-1pm. The markets are at 1 Market Street, Newport. ■ www.thesubstation.org.au

Laverton Community Centre is holding a free saving and spending workshop on April 21 from 1-3.30pm. It will cover everyday costs, shopping, generating extra money, fortnightly budgets and financial planning. Other events include an everyday banking workshop. Bookings essential. ■ 8368 0177 or community@lcis.org.au

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Enjoy a leisurely two-hour walk on Tuesdays with a guide to take you on historic routes around Williamstown and nearby suburbs. Walks start at 9.20am at the visitor information centre drinking fountain, Nelson Place. Cost $5. Book with John. ■ 0418 377 336 or 9397 6023

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Wool wanted

Quilt convention

If you have spare wool at home, Altona’s Louis Joel Centre would love to hear from you. Its team of knitters needs wool to knit items for charity. Wool can be dropped into the centre at 5 Sargood Street, or call 9398 2511 for details.

Wishing tree

View the work of 2000 primary school children who have written messages about protecting our world on the leaves of six trees outside Altona’s Louis Joel centre. Leaves of Change – The Sustainability Trees is part of Hobsons Bay’s Art in Public Places program, on display until May 10. ■ www.artinpublicplaces.com.au

To enter, visit www.winthisnow.com.au and follow the prompts. Entries close on Sunday, April 19, and will be drawn at 10am the following day at the offices of MMP Group, 214 Park Street, South Melbourne, VIC 3205. Winners will be notified in writing and their names published at www.winthisnow.com.au. Terms and conditions are available at www.winthisnow.com.au.

West Footscray fabric designer Leslie Keating (pictured) will showcase her popular hand-printed wares at the Australasian Quilt Convention this weekend. A graphic designer by trade, Keating recently took the plunge in setting up a boutique fabric design studio and store, Maze & Vale. Keating’s designs are created as sketches or carved block prints then screen-printed, using hand-mixed colours, on sustainable hemp, organic cotton and linen. The 11th annual Australasian Quilt Convention returns to the Royal Exhibition Building from April 16 to 19. ■ www.aqc.com.au

As the temperature drops, treat yourself to a free cult classic matinee movie this May!

Aussie CuLt ClaSSics Bluestone Church Arts Space, Hyde Street, Footscray Adjacent to Council Town Hall. Free parking available on site.

How can Footscray be a more welcoming, fun, exciting, safe and co-operative place and community? Footscray SpeakOut is a community event and consultation about Footscray experiences and people’s hopes for the future of the area. Speak out and give your feedback to this community vision-building session in the Nicholson Street Mall, Footscray, noon-3.30pm this Saturday. ■ Linda, 9688 0127 or linda.williamson@ maribyrnong.vic.gov.au

Helping hands wanted

Gateway Social Support Options at Spotswood is seeking reliable and committed volunteers for one of its emergency relief food link programs. Volunteers distribute donated produce to residents in need. Volunteer drivers and assistance is required on Mondays from 10am-1.30pm. No special licence is required, but having the ability to drive a refrigerated van will be an advantage. ■ 9399 3511

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FOOTSCRAY 9 Donald Street, 3011

NEWPORT 4/142 Woods Street, 3015

Sweeney Estate Agents: 9687 8388 Auction: May 2 at 2pm

Sweeney Estate Agents: 9399 9111

Price: $600,000 – $650,000

Original features – deep, stepped skirts and cornices and hallway fretwork – remain in the front of this Victorian charmer and are also kept in the contemporary, open plan rear extension. This combination of old and new sits perfectly in a popular spot within a short walk of Barkly Street and Maribyrnong River – with glimpses of the city skyline. Three bedrooms (with wardrobes) and a modern bathroom flank the hallway and, beyond these, the living hub (with split-system) is a stretch of light-filled comfort. Under a dropped ceiling, the new kitchen has ample cupboards, stone benchtops and stainless-steel appliances. A separate laundry has storage. A covered pergola above paving juts out into a good-sized backyard, which has rear roller door entry. With two street frontages, the property has potential for a second residence, subject to council approval.

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Five years old and with its new shine intact, this spacious townhouse is set to impress families or couples looking for a relaxed lifestyle near schools, shops and transport. Two big bedrooms, a study area and a bathroom in chocolate and cream are upstairs, while the downstairs main bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and sleek en suite. Next door to the large laundry, the living zone wraps around an appealing kitchen – and floorboards that begin at entry flow throughout this stylish hub. Cabinetry in a muted chocolate combines with white benchtops and splashback tiles in the well-designed kitchen, which also has a pantry cupboard, breakfast bench and stainless-steel dishwasher, underbench oven and gas cooktop. A north-facing, landscaped courtyard at the back is a private spot to entertain and relax, and a concrete driveway leads to a garage.

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WILLIAMSTOWN 4/261 Nelson Place, 3016

Williams Real Estate: 9397 2000

Compton Green: 9397 1600 Price: $2.4 million – $2.65 million Auction: May 2 at 11am

Price: $810,000

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One of the first built at the bay end of popular Rifle Range estate, this house is in a spot to support a great lifestyle – within a short stroll of Jawbone Reserve, foreshore walking tracks, schools and Williamstown beach. Two of the three upstairs bedrooms have built-in wardrobes while the main has a walk-in robe and en suite. Also up here is the main bathroom and separate toilet. Downstairs, between lounge and family-meals rooms, the kitchen has ample top and bottom cupboards, a new stainless-steel cooker and a high servery bench. The family area opens to an undercover outdoor entertainment area with Laserlite up top and paving below. It looks out to a partially paved backyard with a wedge of lawn and densely planted, sandstone-edged garden beds. Ducted heating, evaporative cooling, a recently installed solar system and water tank, a big garden shed and lock-up garage with back roller door are other attractions.

Spectacular rooftop terrace views of Port Phillip Bay are not the only indulgence at this luxurious pad. It’s designer chic all the way, starting with the ground-floor guest zone, with bedroom, pristine en suite, integrated laundry, living area, a kitchen with Blanco cooker and a home theatre with surround-sound. Accessed via a lift, the upper level has a sprawling living area with big windows, an EcoSmart fireplace and doors opening on to a large, tiled deck. The storage-rich kitchen has Gaggenau ovens (including one steam), coffee machine, Jenn-Air fridge and a Blanco compactor. The glam main bedroom has a fitted dressing room, balcony access, bespoke cabinetry and a deluxe en suite with custom-made tub, in-wall wine storage, a TV and dual vanity basins. Other bedrooms are equally sleek, one with an en suite, and there’s a study. A Bose music system, motorised blind and lighting systems, ducted vacuum, intercom and three-car garage are other treats.

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YARRAVILLE 91 Benbow Street, 3013 Sweeney Estate Agents Yarraville: 9687 8388 This stunning 30 square, almost new townhouse is nestled in a peaceful tree-lined street in ever popular Yarraville. Beyond an understated entry flanked by manicured trees, is spacious floor plan with well connected communal spaces. Quality fixtures and fittings throughout include plush carpet, polished floorboards and plantation shutters, all enhanced by a neutral palette of pristine white and honey tones with red accents. A study nook off to the right of entry

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flows through to a large theatre room fitted with a projector and big screen. Double doors lead to the living hub which has a chef’s kitchen with all the bells and whistles, including stone benches, ample storage and top-quality stainless-steel appliances (dishwasher, 900mm oven, gas cooktop and rangehood). The island bench overlooks a sprawling family-meals area that’s bathed in natural light, thanks to picture windows, and kept cosy by a stainless-steel wood burner.

All bedrooms are upstairs, two have built-in wardrobes while the over-sized main bedroom has a walk-through wardrobe and a gorgeous en suite with twin basins, stone vanity and a glass corner shower. A pergola with Vergola louvre-roof, accessed through sliding doors off the meals area, provides an effortless transition from indoor to outdoor dining. This paved courtyard is surrounded by lush greenery and has cafe blinds to provide shelter from the wind.

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Williamstown 17 Esplanade

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BER $2,400,000 - $2,600,000 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 9th May at 1.30pm --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Glen Baird 0425 762 344 Mark de Brabander 0460 536 447 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 17esplanadewilliamstown.com.au

Poised in a location to be tightly held and treasured, this dramatic 1800´s Victorian homes outstanding period personality inspires unforgettable living on Williamstown´s sensational beachfront. A handsome façade invites entry to a graceful main residence, while the exciting potential offered by multiple rear rooms and spacious garden will embolden ambitious renovators to tailor this spectacular property to an exciting lifestyle befitting the sublime surrounds that include brilliant cafés, dining, shopping and public transport as well as immediate access to the memorable beachfront and Williamstown botanic gardens. Offering excellent rear lane access. Land size 15.2 x 56m - 840sqm approx.

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Altona North 64 & 66 Misten Avenue Unique multi unit development opportunity or home buyers dream! To be sold individually or as one parcel of land, currently occupied by two four bedroom residences, the enticing depth & significant street frontage of this allotment suggests an opportunity for multi dwelling development on approx. 1346sqm, STCA. Number 64: $590,000+ - Substantial living, north facing kitchen/meals area - Appealing, well maintained c1970s spaces - 4 bedrooms, original bathroom & double LUG plus OSP Number 66: $570,000+ - Living/dining, open plan kitchen & al fresco entertaining - Central bathroom serves four double bedrooms - North east rear garden, OSP & secure storage

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Kingsville 11 Edgar Street Spacious Family Home With Many Pluses! This instantly appealing home in a fantastic quiet pocket of Kingsville ticks all the right boxes. Three generous bedrooms, two with walk in robes share a central bathroom, spacious master with ensuite and a large balcony overlooking manicured gardens. A large open plan living, kitchen and meal area with French doors opens out onto a vine covered patio, plus side drive to your covered parking space. This property is a must to inspect.

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Williamstown 82 Cole Street

AUCTION SATURDAY

Elegant In Any Era Clearly, this double fronted residence has contributed significant beauty to the streetscape since its Victorian origins. Today, its combination of three renovated bedrooms, two bathrooms and bright contemporary spaces ensures this is a home that transcends time. Constant natural light and a stone and stainless steel kitchen accompany living/dining areas that open on two aspects to under-cover decking where an outdoor heater and bistro blinds enhance the ability to entertain. A sunny lawn, great cubby house, water tank and automated irrigation system add extra appeal whilst hydronic heating, air conditioning and attic storage add to indoor amenity. Close to the Botanic Gardens, three schools and Williamstown station - with the sea at the end of the street.

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Newport 176 Mason Street 2

Enduring, Endearing, Enticing Entered from its second frontage to Graham Street, this welcoming art deco era home enjoys 2 bedrooms, living & dining areas complemented by a galley style kitchen, private courtyard plus LUG via Graham Street offering the option to update, extend & value add when so desired.

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Yarraville 8387 0011

Quietly Located, Ideal Live-In Or Investment Architecturally designed townhouse comprising 3 bedrooms, spacious open plan dining/living room , large kitchen, a sunny north/west landscaped courtyard & OSP with remote garage. Within easy walking distance to Newport train station, shops, schools & Newport Lakes.

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“THE PLAINS” Anakie via Geelong Vic Prime Positioned Geelong District Holding

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Proudly presented 2 storey Townhouse that will certainly impress! • Only 5 years old and sparkling like new • Spacious open plan living with timber floors • Designer gourmet kitchen & adjacent dining area • 3 Double bedrooms (main ensuite/WIR) plus study area • Central bathroom plus large laundry & 2 sep. W.C.’s • Fabulous north facing landscaped rear courtyard • Excellent off-street parking to garage

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Inspection: Strictly by appointment with agent Ken Drysdale 0409 195 470 Elders Geelong 03 5225 5000 | Web Id 7815142

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EXECUTORS AUCTION

LOVE AND AFFECTION NEEDED

• Standing the test of time • Well maintained, well presented • Generous sized accomodation • Fantastic central location • Scope to improve

• Superb location • Very livable with scope to improve • Good sized land approx 370sqm • Huge and spacious rooms • Budget conscious buyers get on board

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• Well presented and maintained • Central Footscray location • Pool, gym, and rooftop common • Ideal first home buy or investment • Currently leased at $370 per week

• Unique River Edge Development • Choice of 2 & 3 bedroom units • Maribyrnong River Views • Modern in Design • Buy off the plan and SAVE on Stamp Duty!

Private Sale: Price: $365,000 to $375,000 Inspect: Saturday 10.30 to 11.00am Contact: Philip Mazzella 0418 360 789 Footscray 9689 6011

Private Sale: Price: Starting from $465,000 Inspect: Plans at Office Contact: Philip Mazzella 0418 360 789 Taylor Romao 0428 888 754 Footscray 9689 6011

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ALTONA 4 DEAVEY COURT

BROOKLYN 1/38 PRIMULA AVENUE

Select Opportunity With Dimensions, Scope & Vision.

Brooklyn’ ooklyn’s Finest… Designed With Family Living in Mind

This classic original brick veneer 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom family home in a peaceful Cul-de-sac location could be viewed as the perfect starter to enter the highly sought after bayside Altona market, a postcode that in time will certainly be out of reach for first home buyers for a home of this type. Standing on a substantial 566sq/m (approx..) allotment that features both impressive depth with apparent options for re-development (STCA).

A grand statement indeed. We present this rare freestanding 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouse with street frontage; a simply superb offering of for the Brooklyn market… With the convenience of Altona Gate shopping Centre just around the corner and freeway access that delivers you to the CBD within 10 minutes, this fantastic opportunity won’t be available for long so be sure to inspect today.

View Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Auction Saturday 18th April 11:30am EPR Comparable Sales Available Duncan McMillan 0407 314 002

View Saturday 12:00 - 12:30pm Auction Saturday 18th April 12:30pm EPR Comparable Sales Available Duncan McMillan 0407 314 002 Gus Anile 0425 781 466

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BROOKLYN 2/28A MILLERS ROAD

BROOKLYN 46A CORRIGAN AVENUE

Quality apartment in a buzzing locale

A Great Opportunity for First Home Buyers

Natural light saturates every inch of this sleek apartment in a booming pocket of Brooklyn. Two bedrooms with BIRs, a contemporary bathroom, and an open-plan living, meals and kitchen are complemented by a large balcony with city views. Meanwhile as far as apartment living in the West goes, it doesn’t get much better than this, with access to the Westgate Freeway, eeway and the rest of Millers eeway, Road, only minutes away.

Be the first to stamp your style on this untouched entry level gem in a superb pocket of an ever growing and convenient Brooklyn market. 1 of only 2 with prominent street frontage, currently offers of three generous sized bedrooms, central bathroom, an inviting kitchen/dining area ready for updating and a low maintenance rear yard is further underlined by a wide side drive to an under cover carport on title. Centrally located to schools, Altona Gate Shopping Centre, parks, freeway access, transport and only 12km approx. to the city all at your disposal.

View Saturday 2:00 - 2:30pm Auction Saturday 18th April 2:30pm EPR $370,000 - $390,000 Mem Copur 0413 894 581 Gus Anile 0425 781 466

View Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Auction 2nd May 12:30pm EPR $330,000 - $360,000 Adrian Anile 0401 357 665 Gus Anile 0425 781 466

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The Perfect Place To Call Home

Space In Abundant Supply!

This beautifully presented, freestanding family home is situated on 330m2 approx. of land. An inviting front lounge room that caters for plenty of storage, open plan kitchen/dining room with stainless steel appliances. Overall, there are 3 bedrooms with built in robes main with ensuite, walk in robe and a balcony that appreciates generous city views and second central bathroom. Low maintenance back yard with a large undercover area ideal for entertaining family and friends. Other features include ducted heating/air conditioning, secure double lock up garage with off of street parking.

A corner position complements this substantial family home, a 3 bedroom classic reflective of an era when size and style made a statement! Bright living and dining rooms, massive kitchen/meals and extensive family room/rumpus areas are surrounded by garden dimensions of equally impressive proportions. Large study with built in desk, main bedroom with ensuite, while 2 further bedrooms share a central bathroom. Double lock up Garage with an additional Garage that can be converted into a well-equipped work-shop. Large outdoor spaces with a swimming pool.

View Saturday 11:45 - 12:15pm Auction Saturday 9th May 12:30pm EPR Comparable Sales Available Adrian Anile 0401 357 665 Gus Anile 0425 781 466

View Saturday 11:00 - 11:30am Auction Saturday 9th May 11:30am EPR $400,000 - $440,000 Tony Anile 0418 314 744 Gus Anile 0425 781 466

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Walk to Everything! “Malmsbery”

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172-174 Cecil Street,Williamstown What a Location,What an Opportunity. This Gracious Early Victorian home is set on a magnificent block in the heart of Williamstown. Set on an exceptionally wide & deep allotment 1013sqm approx. The timeless appeal of the Victorian era is preserved & on show in one of Williamstown’s most sought after locations.The home offers 6 main rooms including 3 Bedrooms, Formal Living Room & Separate Dining Room. Ornate Marble & Timber Fireplaces, Sash Windows,Timber Flooring, Ceiling Roses, Deep Cornices & Bluestone Footings.With room to move block size there is a scope & potential to extend the home to the rear side or upwards to create a Magnificent Residence. From a redevelopment perspective the land area offers a number of possibilities including: the construction of a second dwelling or more (SCA).

Auction: Saturday 18th April 2015 12:30pm Inspect: Saturday 18th April 2015 12:00pm-12:30pm Contact: Angus Scott-Walker 0418 336 021 Michael Dalton 0412 957 080

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bed 2 | bath 1

$700,000-$770,000 11am Saturday 18th April on location 6-6:30pm Thursday & 10:30-11am Saturday Brent Johnson 0449 871 902 & Adrian Butera 0409 099 791 Williamstown 9397 1600

Williamstown Guide Auction Inspect Contact

50 Railway Crescent

bed 3 | bath 1 | car 1

$670,000-$720,000 11:30am Saturday 18th April on location 6-6:30pm Thursday & 11-11:30am Saturday Traci Charles 0425 717 489 & Tonia Newling 0400 614 883 Williamstown 9397 1600

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119 Railway Place

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62 Pasco Street

bed 3 | bath 2 | car 2

$1,650,000 plus 12pm Saturday 18th April on location 11:30am-12pm Saturday Susie O’Neill 0417 755 450 & Dee Gibson 0416 091 369 Williamstown 9397 1600

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bed 2 | bath 1

$560,000-$600,000 1pm Saturday 18th April on location 6:30-7pm Thursday & 12:30-1pm Saturday John Galea 0405 564 669 & Dee Gibson 0416 091 369 Yarraville 9314 1188

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2/8 Goulburn Street

Williamstown Guide Auction Inspect Contact

79a Aitken Street

bed 2 | bath 1 | car 1

$595,000 plus 12pm Saturday 18th April on location 11:30am-12pm Saturday Colin Rich 0414 397 164 & Nathan Johnson 0410 331 032 Williamstown 9397 1600

Altona Guide Auction Inspect Contact

33 Romawi Street

bed 5 | bath 1 | car 4

$850,000 plus 1pm Saturday 2nd May on location 2-2:30pm Saturday & 11-11:30am Sunday Traci Charles 0425 717 489 & Tonia Newling 0400 614 883 Williamstown 9397 1600

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4/261 Nelson Place

bed 4 | bath 3 | car 3

$2,400,000-$2,650,000 11am Saturday 2nd May on location By appointment Adrian Butera 0409 099 791 & Dee Gibson 0416 091 369 Williamstown 9397 1600

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11 Kokoda Road $1,650,000 plus 12pm Saturday 9th May on location 12:15-12:45pm Saturday & 11-11:30am Sunday Julie Standen 0414 901 098 & Brent Johnson 0449 871 902 Williamstown 9397 1600

Altona Meadows Guide Auction Inspect Contact

bed 5 | bath 3.5 | car 4

13 Myers Parade

bed 5 | bath 2 | car 3

$490,000-$520,000 2pm Saturday 9th May on location 5:15-5:45pm Thursday & 1:15-1:45pm Saturday Brent Johnson 0449 871 902 & Julie Standen 0414 901 098 Williamstown 9397 1600

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49 Ferguson Street, Williamstown VIC 3016 P 03 9397 5555

NEWPORT 22 Gordon St

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

The main residence has up to 3 bdrms, dining/living room, bthrm, & modern kitchen/meals area that interacts with a fully paved & covered alfresco area. The outdoor area is surrounded by a manicured lush garden & vegetable patch. The 2nd residence has its own separate entrance, is fully contained with 3 bdrms, kitchen, study, bthrm, living room, & dining room. This property is suitable for housing extended family members, teenage children, or as an investment property. Feats inc; ducted heating, evap cooling, Baltic pine floorboards, LUG, & OSP for up to 5 cars.

WILLIAMSTOWN 38 Victoria St

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PRICE $770,000+ AUCTION Saturday 18th April 1:30PM VIEW Thursday 5.30-6.00pm Saturday 1.00-1.30pm AGENT Joe Hatzinikolis M 0421 699 222 Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449

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This neat brick home will get your imagination working. Potential to add another level, renovate, or just move in. It is very suitable for rental or occupation. Located in the heart of Newport, within walking distance of the Newport Station, & 20 mins to the CBD. Property comprises: 3 generous bdrms. Good sized family bthrm. Large laundry with separate toilet. Evap cooling & a Gas heater. r Rear and front yards of above r. average size. Land 15.85 X 21.34 M 338 M2 approx. A single LUG with room in the drive for 2 or more cars. This property represents a sound investment.

ALTONA NORTH 253 Millers Rd

PRICE $660,000+ AUCTION Saturday 2nd May 1:30PM VIEW Saturday 11:15 - 11:45AM AGENT Kevin Gunn M 0418 997 914

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Circa 1914. A powerful blend of location, character & a no expense spared renovation. 4 bdrms with BIRs & FP’s. Formal lounge with period FP. Formal Dining with parquetry flooring. Marble bthrm with bath. Combined kitchen/meals/family area with parquetry flooring, D/W & gas appliances. Generous storage, plus sep laundry & drying area. Upstairs home office, plus sep study area. Alarm, ducted heating, split system cooling. 3 car LUG, sauna & storage & OSP for more cars. Rear landscaped gardens. Heated salt chlorinated 46000L swimming pool. 3.5KWh solar system, & Water tank.

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PRICE $2.4 - $2.5MIL VIEW By Appointment AGENT Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449 Kevin Gunn M 0418 997 914

Completely renovated home with generous spaces comprises of 2 bedrooms with large built in robes, large sunlit lounge with polished boards, with new kitchen and gas appliances. Features include central bathroom with separate bath, heating, large lock up garage plus an abundance of extra parking in the drive way, huge backyard. Conveniently located within close proximity to West Gate freeway, Western Ring Road, schools, transport, parks and Altona Gate Shopping Centre. Land Area 15.3m x 36.5m

PRICE $525,000 VIEW Saturday 11.15-11.45am AGENT Ricky Peacock M 0407 770 451

HONESTY • INTEGRITY • RESULTS •


ALL THAT JAS! RECORD MONTH We don’t usually blow our own trumpet, but we are bursting with pride. The Jas Stephens team has worked hard to achieve a record month. We had our best March ever selling a combined total of $30,081,525 of property.

68 Norfolk Street, Maidstone 9 Dyson Street, West Footscray

$443,000

4/34 Ballard Street, Yarraville

$535,000

3/40 Murray Street, Yarraville

$529,000

6 Steele Street, Newport

$579,000

112 Gamon Street, Yarraville

$712,000

19 Cole Street, Williamstown

$1,720,000

1/178 Ferguson Street, Williamstown 10/5 Carmichael Street, West Footscray

$431,500 $252,500

29 Bolton Street, Spotswood

Undisclosed

3/8 Margot Street, West Footscray

Undisclosed

8 Short Strteet Maidstone

$485,000

59 Empress Avenue, Kingsville

$962,000

86 Bayview Road, Yarraville

$580,000

95 Williamstown Road Seddon

$930,000

33 O’Farrell Street, Yarraville

$1,280,000

5/5 Short Street, Footscray

$842,500

1/7 Irving Court, Maidstone

$459,500

92 Rupert Street, West Footscray

$690,000

50 The Avenue, Spotswood

$700,000

10 Blanche Street, Yarraville

$1,080,000

37 Tongue Street, Yarraville

$855,000

36 Dunedin Street, Maidstone

$715,000

2/21 Bena Street, Yarraville

$776,500

151 Aitken Street, Williamstown

If high clearance rates is music to your ears and you’re thinking of selling, call us now on 9316 9000.

Under Offer

10/21 Waratah Street, West Footscray

78 Chirnside Street, Kingsville

Thank you to our clients who have entrusted us with the sale of their home.

$585,000

$871,000 $1,010,000

19 Smith Crescent, Footscray

$920,000

34 Palmerston Street, West Footscray

$781,000

51 Adeney Street, Yarraville

$670,000

89 Eleanor Street, Footscray

$719,000

42 Stafford Street, Footscray

$630,000

35 Bardsley Street, Sunshine

$740,000

32 Adeney Street, Yarraville

$725,000

1 Emma Street, Seddon

$935,000

3/297 Nicholson Street, Seddon

$730,000

Lot 1.22 Banbury Village, Footscray

$295,000

Lot 1.18 Banbury Village, Footscray

$305,000

Lot 2.20 Banbury Village, Footscray

$310,000

Lot 1.28 Banbury Village, Footscray

$315,000

Lot 1.01 Banbury Village, Footscray

$420,000

Lot 1.24 Banbury Village, Footscray

$319,000

Lot 1.15 Banbury Village, Footscray

$414,000

Lot 1.16 Banbury Village, Footscray

$414,000

Yarraville 104 Somerville Road 9316 9000 Williamstown 1/66 Douglas Parade 9393 1600 www.jasstephens.com.au

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Williams Real Estate... An Agent With a Difference!

For Auction or Sale Now

For Auction or Sale Now

F rthcoming Auctions Fo

Auctions - This Saturday 18 April

4A Bayview Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

Contact Agent

DREAMS REALLY L DO COME TRUE LY

Rosemary Jamonts 0405 535 434

63 Albert Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

$1.05m - $1.15m

A HOME FOR ALL SEASONS

Rosemary Jamonts 0405 535 434

85 Railway Crescent

WILLIAMSTOWN

$890 - $950,000

Wed 15 Apr - 5.15 - 5.45

Sat 18 Apr - 11.00 fo f r 11.30

21 Arras Street

SPOTSWOOD

$650 - $690,000

Wed 15 Apr - 5.00 - 5.30

Sat 18 Apr - 1.00 fo f r 1.30

Private Sales

170 Blackshaws Road

SOUTH KINGSVILLE

$590 - $640,000

Wed 15 Apr - 5.45 - 6.15

Sat 18 Apr - 2.00 fo f r 2.30

5A Percy Street

NEWPORT

$790 - $850,000

ONE OF THE BEST WE’VE SEEN

Nathan Smith 0400 843 331

12 Severn Street

NEWPORT

$629,000 ONO

Sat 18 Apr - 11.30 - 12.00

Sun 19 Apr - 12.00 - 12.30

108 Hannan Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

$1,740,000

Sat 18 Apr - 10.30 - 11.00

Sun 19 Apr - 11.30 - 12.00

8 Hosking Court

WILLIAMSTOWN

$780,000

Sat 18 Apr - 3.15 - 3.45

Sun 19 Apr - 10.30 - 11.00

Auction - Saturday 25 April 96 Thompson Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

$1.3m - $1.35m

Sat 18 Apr - 12.30 - 1.00

Sun 19 Apr - 12.15 - 12.45

Auctions - Saturday 9 May

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

Lauren Wood 0411 648 509

9/8 The Strand

WILLIAMSTOWN

$700 - $750,000

Sat 18 Apr - 12.15 - 12.45

Sun 19 Apr - 11.15 - 11.45

55 Electra Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

POA

28A Salisbury Street

NEWPORT

$850 - $920,000

Sat 18 Apr - 1.15 - 1.45

Sun 19 Apr - 10.45 - 11.15

26 Hannan Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

POA

CARGARIE - VICTORIAN ELEGANCE Lauren Wood 0411 648 509

30 Merrett Drive

WILLIAMSTOWN

$810,000

F MILY FA L LIVING BY THE BAY LY A AY

Nathan Smith 0400 843 331

Auctions - Saturday 16 May

CLOSING 21 APRIL AT A 12.00PM

17 Stanley Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

$850 - $920,000

Sat 18 Apr - 10.15 - 10.45

Nathan Smith 0400 843 331

151 Nelson Place

WILLIAMSTOWN

$1,600,000

COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL DELIGHT

Katie Smith 0425 737 673

39 Clyde Street

NEWPORT

$690 - $720,000

Sat 18 Apr - 1.15 - 1.45

Sun 19 Apr - 1.30 - 2.00

11 Lemmon Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

Undisclosed

SOLD!

Lauren Wood 0411 648 509

192 Melbourne Road

WILLIAMSTOWN

$750 - $820,000

Sat 18 Apr - 12.30 - 1.00

Sun 19 Apr - 12.45 - 1.15

3/109 Power Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

Undisclosed

SOLD!

Nathan Smith 0400 843 331

446A Blackshaws Road

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$500,000

SOLD!

Lauren Wood 0411 648 509

1 & 2 / 82 May Street

ALT L ONA NORTH LT

$595,000

BUY OFF-THE-PLAN AND SAV A E! AV

Sam Wilson 0404 865 018

F rthcoming Auctions Fo 19 Anzac Crescent

WILLIAMSTOWN

Newport

$1.55m - $1.65m

BIG, BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL Rosemary Jamonts 0405 535 434

NEW LISTING

28A Salisbury Street

THE ULTIMATE IN FAMILY ENJOYMENT • This stunning family home off f ers impressive dimensions, sensational ff entertainment options, luxurious features and an abundance of natural light • Downstairs off f ers a large bedroom with semi ensuite and massive ff open-plan living, kitchen and meals area with bi-fold doors leading to a beautifully landscaped garden and side courtyard • The stylish kitchen features granite benchtops, gas and electric hot plates, and plenty of storage space • The upper level off f ers a huge master bedroom with ensuite and private ff balcony, and an additional two bedrooms serviced by a main bathroom • Extra features include: timber floors, ducted heating, evaporative cooling, alarm system, single lock-up garage and storage shed • Located close to shops, schools, public transport and easy access to Melbourne CBD, convenience is right at your fingertips

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Saturday 9 May at 1.30 55 H5 Saturday 18 April - 1.15 - 1.45 Sunday 19 April - 10.45 - 11.15 $850 - $920,000 Katie Smith 0425 737 673 katies@williamsre.com.au

Williamstown

NEW LISTING

9/8 The Strand

PRESTIGE ADDRESS, IMMACULATE TOWNHOUSE • With The Strand address and a full renovation completed, this beautifully presented townhouse is a truly unique opportunity on the Williamstown waterfront • A city view from the vogue kitchen and a water view from the dining / lounge area are the entry points for this immaculate single level living abode • The two spacious bedrooms, walk-in-robe and ample storage space are complemented by the large bathroom, European laundry, split system heating / cooling and slab floor heating. Downstairs is a spacious garage, studio and additional storage area • A breathtaking courtyard is accessed by the double bi-fold doors, and is surrounded by a beautiful garden off f ering privacy and a large entertaining ff space • With such easy access to Williamstown’s restaurants, cafes, waterfront and yacht clubs, this property is a lifestyle opportunity awaiting its new owner

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Sunday 19 April - 11.15 - 11.45 $700 - $750,000 Rosemary Jamonts 0405 535 434 rosemaryj y @williamsre.com.au yj

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Williamstown

96 Thompson Street

BEAUTY BY THE BAY • The location is superb and the homely feel is more than evident from the front gate to the back gate • Spoil yourself with walks along the foreshore and beach all year round • Grained timber floors blend beautifully with the neutral tones and great use of glass, allowing for natural light • Open-plan design off f ers generous space overlooking the decked ff entertaining area, featuring a well-manicured garden • Ideal for barbeques or cooking up a storm with the built-in pizza oven • Bedroom accommodation downstairs and master upstairs with its own private bathroom and study / nursery or parents’ retreat • Rear car access available if required… This family home has it all!

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Saturday 25 April at 2.30 56 D11 Saturday 18 April - 12.30 - 1.00

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Sunday 19 April - 12.15 - 12.45 $1.3m - $1.35m Daniella Sherwin 0403 380 262

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Williamstown

108 Hannan Street

FEEL THE BAY BREEZE • The appealing elegance will impress, as will the locality and clever design • An allotment of approximately 650sqm in one of Williamstown’s premier streets awaits you • Only minutes walk to the beach, train station and schools • Low maintenance living is on off f er together with stylish appointments such ff as timber floors, glass and concrete features • Generous size rooms with a flexible floor plan including an open-plan living area • Rear access to a three car lock-up garage with parking at the front is an added bonus • Tr T uly a prestigious home in a prestige location not to be missed!

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PRIVA VAT VA ATE SALE MELW LWA LW WAY AYS 56 A9 INSPECT Saturday 18 April - 10.30 - 11.00 ENQUIRY CONTA T CT TA

Sunday 19 April - 11.30 - 12.00 $1,740,000 Michael Harvey 0425 737 672 michaelh@williamsre.com.au

“Performance, Trust Reliability, Transparency” Rosemary Jamonts 0405 535 434 rosemaryj@williamsre.com.au

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Footscray 9687 1344 Seddon 9689 9000 www.burnham.com.au FOOTSCRAY

8/29 Eldridge St

"your success is our future" KINGSVILLE

291 Geelong Rd

KINGSVILLE

6/11 Bishop St

MAIDSTONE

13 Babb St

Auction This Saturday At 11.00am

STUNNING PRESENTATION

MULTI POSSIBILITIES

This is a rarely offered opportunity to secure this beautifully renovated apartment that you will be proud to call home. Close to Highpoint, Vic Uni, Aquatic Centre, transport, plus much more will give you the comforts and lifestyle of convenient living. This upper floor 1 Br apartment enjoys a good size lounge, separate kitchen/meals area and private car park.

With or Without a Business. This is a perfect opportunity to secure a premises to either live in, invest and run a business from. The high exposure allows for excellent advertising that would cost $’000 to buy elsewhere. Permit for use as a boarding home. The property itself comp. of 9 main rooms, rear car access plus shop front. Offered as a going concern or on a lease back basis.

A fabulous opportunity to secure this renovated villa in one of Kingsville’s favoured streets. This 2 br villa unit has a homely feel and boasts a separate renovated kitchen/meals, updated bathroom, private courtyard plus lock up garage plus one other (2 car parks). It is complimented with s/s appliances inc dishwasher a/c plus much more. dishwasher,

An impressive combination of style and space, this residence is certain to exceed all expectations. The stylish interior features 4 large br’s with BIR’s, 2 bathrooms, spacious living/meals area, and well-appointed kitchen. Further on a 2nd living area, study nook and much more. Highlights include s/s appliances, heating, evap cooling, low maint garden and workshop/garage.

AUCTION Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

AUCTION Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

AUCTION Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

AUCTION Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

Sat 18th April at 11:00am Saturday 10.30 - 11.00 $230,000-$250,000 42 B1

18 Wellington St

FOOTSCRAY

378 Barkly St

LUCKY FOR SOME _ LUCKIER FOR OTHERS

INCOME TODAY – DEVELOP TOMORROW (PERMITS)

This Art Deco home on a generous allotment is ripe for restoration or further redevelopment (STCA). In a very convenient location only minutes walk to schools, shops and transport. Land: 13.6m x 32.5m approx. The home comp. of 3 good size bedrooms, spacious lounge, kitchen meals plus side drive for easy off street parking. AUCTION Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

Sat 9th May at 12.30pm Saturday 12.00 - 12.30 $600,000 - $630,000 41 F2

MAIDSTONE

20 Jackson St

AFFORDABLE INNER CITY

This is a magnificent opportunity to secure a development site with approved planning permit for 20 apartments. Currently leased $50K + GST pa. A short drive to Southern Cross Station 6.6km, Melbourne CBD 7.3km. Walk to Public Transport (Bus, trains, tram), Footscray CBD/Shopping, Markets, Restaurants, Schools and University.

Ripe for renovation in a blue-chip location is this terrace home with scope to renovate or extend (STCA). An affordably opportunity to secure an inner city home that is a short distance to Seddon Village, Seddon Station and much more. This 2 bedroom home also has a living room, kitchen/dining and all your usual amenities. A great spot .... this is what to expect.

The benefits of buying this home! Inner city living at an affordable price; 6 main rooms plus amenities; Large block-Land: 13.2mx41.4m (approx);Well maintained throughout; Room to improve; Side driveway; Highpoint and Vic Uni a few minutes drive; Redevelop (STCA). With features like this, you will surely enjoy a great home with plenty of scope for growth.

PRIVATE SALE Inspect: By Appointment Price: Contact Agent Mel Ref: 42 A4

AUCTION Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

PRIVATE SALE Inspect: By Appointment Price: $600,000 - $630,000 Mel Ref: 27 G12

WEST FOOTSCRAY 103/432 Geelong Rd

MARIBYRNONG 1/42 Bloomfield Ave

NE W IDEAL LIFESTYLE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

SECURE AND PEACE OF MIND RENTAL INVESTMENT

A perfect choice for investors and first-time buyers, this stylishly renovated ground-floor apartment is in a quiet court location. It features 1 large bedroom with BIR, updated bathroom, and generous lounge/meals area adjoining to recently updated kitchen. Also includes quality floating floors, undercover parking, plus terrific access to a range of amenities. PRIVATE SALE Inspect: By Appointment Price: $175,000 - $190,000 Mel Ref: 41 F7 Warwick Burnham Commercial Director 0412 318 998

7 Perry St

Sat 9th May at 2.00pm Saturday 2.00 - 2.30 $540,000 - $570,000 42 B6

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4/9 Carmichael St

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Sat 9th May at 11.00am Saturday 12.00 - 12.30 $560,000 - $600,000 41 G1

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Sat 2nd May at 2.00pm Saturday 1.00 - 1.30 $380,000 - $400,000 41 H7

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Sat 2nd May at 12.30pm Saturday 1.30 - 2.00 Contact Agent 41 J6

LOW MAINTENANCE INCOME STREAM

STYLE, QUALITY AND CLASS

LOVE THE LOCATION/LIVE THE LIFESTYLE

Near new apartment currently leased under the NRAS assistance scheme offers security to the astute investor. This near new spacious apartment offers a large open plan kitchen/living area plus 2 bedrooms (BIR’s): All areas access the large private balcony. There is also a security entrance and secured underground car space & storage.

Fabulous opportunity to secure this well designed townhouse in one of the area’s premier streets. A short stroll and you can enjoy all the conveniences Highpoint S/C has to offer. This townhouse is unique in design and will be beautifully crafted by a master builder. It will be completed with quality fixtures and fittings including glass splashback, S/S appliances, stone benchtops plus much more.

Unique opportunity to secure this stunningly renovated villa within a convenient walk to cafes and restaurants in Barkly Village. Features 2 comfortable bedrooms with BIR’s, well planned open living area inc meals and a functional kitchen with dishwasher & pantry, stylish bathroom, s/system plus an outdoor deck with BBQ alcove & garage.

PRIVATE SALE Inspect: Saturday 12.45 - 1.15 Price: $390,000 - $429,000 Mel Ref: 41 F7

PRIVATE SALE Inspect: By Appointment Price: From $680,000 Mel Ref: 28 A8

AUCTION Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

Tony Gerace Sales Director 0411 121 701

Trung Duong Sales Consultant 0468 929 922

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Walter Gerace Asst. Property Manager 0404 892 489

Sat 9th May at 3.00pm Saturday 3.00 - 3.30 $380,000 - $410,000 41 J4

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peter jordan

the Best in the Block! 10/49 electra Street, Williamstown

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onveniently located in the heart of illiamstown in a leafy street, this ama ing light filled apartment presents an opportunity not to be missed. Situated at the end of the block with your own stairs and balcony, so it’s private and quite. This property consists spacious open plan living and dining area. Features include floor boards, well-appointed kitchen with gas cooking and fridge, beautifully presented bedroom , central bathroom with shower and bath plus laundry facilities, heater and under cover car space.

ositioned in a fabulous location, this affordable residence is your opportunity to enter the thriving ltona eadows market. ffering bedrooms, a central bathroom, formal lounge, and open plan kitchen with dining and family living, it also features central heating and cooling. To add to this, it sits within one of the area’s most sought after locations, in close pro imity to ltona reen rimary School, transport, parkland and entral Square Shopping entre.

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fantastic and affordable opportunity to secure a family home in the sought after location of ltona ay. Situated in a quiet court and within walking distance to schools, parks, bicycle trail and ltona each, this property has bedrooms, main with ensuite, open plan kitchen with family area, formal lounge, central bathroom and separate laundry. ther features include heating, cooling, window shutters and a wide driveway ideal for a boat or caravan, leading to a large backyard and garage with workshop.

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$420,000 to $450,000 Saturday 18th of april 10:30am to 11:00am Shawqi ein 0411 155 778, eremy ean 0422 750 290

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Ph: 9398 3777

$450,000 to $480,000 Saturday 18th of april 1:15pm to 1:45pm Shawqi ein 0411 155 778, Sandra Fent 0429 336 829

82 Pier Street, Altona VIC 3018


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Period charm in A Lifestyle Location!

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Auction Saturday 18th of April at 10:30am $700,000 to $770,000 ViEW Saturday 18th of April 10:00am to 10:30am contAct Sandra Fent 0429 336 829 Shawqi Ein 0411 155 778

uperbly located within walking distance to train station, schools, sport facilities, shops and the beach. This renovated double fronted home will definitely reward you with its fine period feel, flawless presentation and fabulous rear courtyard garden. From the sanctuary of this light filled 3 bedroom home, inner-city living is easy and affordable. A clever floor plan creates bright, open spaces through the kitchen and spacious lounge/ dining area which opens to a courtyard garden with side access. ther features include open fireplaces, central bathroom, and polished floor boards.

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This is the one you ve been waiting years for An incredibly rare opportunity has now presented itself, superbly positioned on Altona beachside. An enormous , m , appro . block of land with e isting substantial homes offered on one title and pool. mbrace the opportunity of creating something really special you could consider moving in straight away, or a modern refurbishment to the e isting homes, or alternatively create multiple dwellings T A .

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$1,290,000 Saturday 18th of April 12:30pm to 1:00pm Shawqi Ein 0411 155 778, Peter Seitanidis 0415 884 881

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Maribyrnong

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Live the High Life on High! Huge, 3 bedroom plus 4 th bedroom/study in a fantastic location with every convenience at your fingertips!

MARIBYRNONG 48 CENTRAL PARK AVENUE SPACIOUS AND TRANQUIL RESIDENCE This individual town residence has its own street frontage and parcel of land positioned in a very sought after location of Waterford Green Estate. A cute and captivating facade situated in a quiet family tree lined street, close to public transport, Maribyrnong River, parklands and within a short drive/walk to the ever expanding Highpoint Shopping Complex. This town residence showcases: • Three spacious bedrooms with built in robes (master with ensuite) • Two bathrooms and separate powder room downstairs • Well-appointed gas kitchen with plenty of storage • Light and bright open living/dining area • Heating and cooling • Double lock up garage via ROW • Low maintenance west facing courtyard and internal light filled courtyard

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Modern home with lovely lounge, polished boards, modern kitchen with s/steel appliances and family-sized meals area. 3, large bedrooms with robes, main bedroom with WIR, balcony & ensuite. Second, huge terrace/balcony. Main bathroom with spa bath. Sep toilet and powder room d/stairs. Low maintenance garden. Remote garage with internal access, ducted heating/cooling & down lights. Close to Highpoint, tram, parks & schools, nestled on the cusp of Maribyrnong River.

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Look no further, this is the home you have been looking for!

Auction Saturday 2nd May at 11am

AUCTION Saturday 18th April at 1:00pm VIEW As advertised or by appointment CONTACT Nick Meddis 0422 776 981 Paul Boicos 0499 994 321 OFFICE 93 Rosamond Road, Maribyrnong 9317 5577

Inspect: Wednesday 5-5.30pm Thursday 12-12.30pm Saturday 12.30-1.00pm

bigginscott.com.au

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AH: Peter Sowersby 0408 383 118 Michael Sowersby 0418 373 907

whitelock established 1889

701 Sydney Rd Brunswick 3056 ph: 9384 1400 web: www.walshewhitelock.com.au

R E A L E S TAT E A G E N T S • A U C T I O N E E R S • P R O P E R T Y M A N A G E R S

WEST FOOTSCRAY 13 Stanley Street

Comfortable Family Home

Great opportunity to secure this well presented double front brick veneer. Located within close prox o imity to schools, ox transport and parklands. The home comprises entry foy o er, three generous bedrooms (BIR’s), spacious lounge/d oy / ining room, AUCTION /d INSPECT kitchen with meals area, central bathroom, separate laundry, y extra’s including gas appliances and single garage. y, PRICE GUIDE CONTA T CT TA

Tel: 9687 3366 93 PAISLEY STREET FOOTSCRAY www.meallin.com.au 44 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 15, 2015

9th May 2015 11:00am Saturday 12:30pm - 1:00pm $570,000 - $600,000 Sam Ajredini 0419 361 071


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23 Halong Drive Sunshine North

2B Estelle Street Sunshine West

19 Hampshire Road Sunshine

Build Your Dream Home!

Calling All Unit Buyers!

An Exciting Opportunity!

Something Special/Corner Block!

• Amazing opportunity to purchase vacant land near the riverfront (along Maribyrnong River) • Land size approx 532m2 • Extra wide frontage • Beautiful valley views • Situated in a lovely new estate (River Valley) Auction Saturday 18th April at 11.00am Inspect Saturday 10.30 - 11.00am Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 27 B6

• 3 bedrooms • Lounge room • Neat kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright quality two-way bathroom, 2 toilets • Lock-up garage with dual access (converted to a studio) • Low maintenance living Auction Saturday 18th April at 1.00pm Inspect Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 40 C1

• 3 bedrooms • Lounge room • Neat kitchen • Bright central bathroom, 2 toilets • Bungalow or workshop area • Double in-length garage • Land size approx 542m2 • Walking distance to Sunshine train station Auction Saturday 2nd May at 2.00pm Inspect Saturday 3.30 - 4.00pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 H12

• 3 bedrooms • Lounge room • Updated kitchen • Open plan kitchen, meals & family area • Quality bathroom • Steel garage & huge workshop • Large allotment approx 662m2 • Close to shops, schools & public transport Auction Saturday 16th May at 12 noon Inspect Saturday 2.45 - 3.15pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 K7

69 Monash Street Sunshine

30 Hampshire Road Sunshine

7 Mernda Street Sunshine

1/16 Hammond Street Sunshine

Young & Modern!

Renovators Delight/Position & Potential!

Hard To Find/Brilliant Location!

Young & Modern!

• 2 bedrooms • Appealing kitchen with stainless steel cooking appliances & breakfast bar • Open plan kitchen, meals & family area • Bright quality two-way bathroom • Carport • Low maintenance living For Sale Inspect Saturday 3.30 - 4.00pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 40 K1

• 2 or 3 bedrooms • Study area • Comfortable lounge room with gas heater • Kitchen adjoining meals area • Central bathroom, 2 toilets • Self contained bungalow (separately metered)

• Three bedrooms • Lounge room • Good sized rumpus room/4th bedroom • Kitchen with meals area • 2 bathrooms • Large carport & lock-up garage

• 2 or 3 bedrooms • Study area, comfortable lounge room • Kitchen, meals area • Bright quality bathroom • Lock-up garage • Low maintenance living

For Sale Inspect Saturday 4.15 - 4.45pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 40 H3

For Sale Inspect Saturday 3.30 - 4.00pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 F2

For Sale Inspect Saturday 2.00 -2.30pm Agent Sang Do 0419 935 955 Map Ref 26 H8

1 Boisdale Avenue Sunshine North

2 Bennett Street Sunshine West

27 Cawood Drive Sunshine West

2 Goode Court Sunshine West

Huge 843m2 Allotment!

Great First Home Or Keen Investor!

Renovators Delight!

Large Family Home!

• Large bedrooms • Spacious lounge room • Neat kitchen adjoining meals area • Separate dining room • Central bathroom • Carport & double in-length brick garage • Development opportunity (STCA) For Sale Inspect Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 F27

• Three bedrooms • Sun-filled lounge room • Updated kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright central bathroom • Large carport • Close to schools, shops & transport

• Three spacious bedroom • Lounge room • Kitchen with meals area • Central bathroom • Single garage & carport • Close to schools, shops & transport

• 4 bedrooms • Lounge room• Updated kitchen adjoining meals area • Rumpus/family room • Bright quality bathroom, 2 toilets • Double steel garage • Large allotment approx 635m2

For Sale Inspect Saturday 11.45 - 12.15pm Agent Sang Do 0419 935 955 Map Ref 40 E5

For Sale Inspect Saturday 11.45 - 12.15pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 C5

For Sale Inspect Saturday 11.45 - 12.15pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 40 G5

18 Ingram Avenue Sunshine West

9 Stanbury Court Sunshine West

3/33 Chelsey Street Ardeer

8/27 Marnoo Street Braybrook

Great Family Home!

Charming Family Home!

Brand New Two Bedroom Unit!

Location & Convenience!

• Three bedrooms • Lounge room • Appealing kitchen with meals area • Bright updated bathroom • Double garage • Large pergola with timber decking

• Three generous sized bedrooms • Lounge room • Separate dining room • Large kitchen with meals area • Bright central bathroom • Large carport • One bedroom bungalow

• Two generous sized bedrooms • Open plan living area • Kitchen with meals • Single carport • Close to shops & transport • First home owners government grant is available ($10,000)

• Three great sized bedrooms • Lounge room • Kitchen with meals area • Bright central bathroom, two toilets • Single carport • Close to schools, shops & transport

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 C3

For Sale Inspect Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm Agent Fred ( Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 39 K2

For Sale Inspect Saturday 2.45 - 3.15pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 25 K9

For Sale Inspect Saturday 4.15 - 4.45pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 41 A1

16 Ball Street Sunshine North

Sold

9311 7022

273 Hampshire Road Sunshine

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BELLS

9300 9000

bellsrealestate.com.au

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY AT 1.00PM

SUNSHINE WEST 4 Young Street TWO STREET FRONTAGE FRONT • Rarely found this delightful home is located in a highly sought after pocket of Sunshine West • Excellent development opportunity (STCA), retaining the existing home on approx. 687sqm • 3 spacious bedrooms, formal lounge room • Kitchen with adjoining dining area • Updated 2 way bathroom and huge laundry • Polished floorboards, ducted heating • Established gardens & large double brick garage

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY AT 2.30PM

3 A 1 B 2 C SUNSHINE 1 Sturt Street

AUCTION Saturday 18th April at 1.00 pm INSPECT Saturday 12.30 - 1.00pm CONT CONTACT Tan Truong 0403 214 922 OFFICE 14 Devonshire Road Sunshine 9300 9000

622SQM OF CORNER POTENTIAL • Well maintained with development potential whilst retaining the existing home (STCA) • User-friendly spaces & appealing proximity to all services complement this inviting home • 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIRs, formal lounge • Timber kitchen, huge open family/meals area • Updated bathroom & separate laundry • Ducted heating, split system, alarm system • Established gardens, huge 6 x 9m brick garage

3A 1B 2C AUCTION Saturday 18th April at 2:30pm INSPECT Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm CONT CONTACT Tan Truong 0403 214 933 OFFICE 14 Devonshire Road Sunshine 9300 9000

NEW

SUNSHINE NORTH 14 Surman Ct TRANQUILITY PERSONIFIED • A quiet location & modern updates provide a stunning backdrop for this impressive home • Charismatic & beautifully maintained • A warm palette offers of an enticing ambience • Sun drenched living/dining, flawless kitchen • Family room & study provide an ideal retreat • In-ground pool, spa & landscaped gardens • Deck, automatic front gate with key tag entry • 2 x carports, ducted heating, split system & more 46 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 15, 2015

4 A 1 D 1 B 2 C 1 D SUNSHINE (MATTHEWS (MA HILL) 7 Hill Street

AUCTION Saturday 9th May at 12.30pm INSPECT PRICE CONT CONTACT OFFICE

Saturday 12.00 - 12.30pm $470,000 plus Martin Artigas 0407 808 932 14 Devonshire Road Sunshine 9300 9000

CONTEMPORAR LIVING CONTEMPORARY • Architecturally designed and impeccably built • Close to shopping, schools & train station, making this the ideal ‘position perfect’ home • 3 generous bedrooms, BIRs, main with ensuite • Stunning kitchen with stone bench tops • Sundrenched dining and family area • Beautifully landscaped north facing courtyard • Remote garage, ducted heating, 3 split systems • Timber floors, high ceilings, alarm & 3 toilets

3A 2B 1C

AUCTION Saturday 16th May at 1.30pm INSPECT

Thursday 6.00 - 6.30pm Saturday 3.00 - 3.30pm

PRICE $450,000 plus CONT CONTACT Martin Artigas 0407 808 932 OFFICE 14 Devonshire Road Sunshine 9300 9000


6 MORTGAGEE AUCTIONS 6 BRAND NEW OVERSIZE TOWNHOUSES SATURDAY 18TH APRIL AT 12 NOON ONSITE 2–6 CROWN STREET, LAVERTON TO BE SOLD SEPARATELY

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY OPEN FROM 11AM

Setting the new benchmark in townhouse living, these beautifully appointed residence comprise light filled open plan living / kitchen / meals areas opening to sundrenched private landscaped courtyards.

3 BED

Each residences offers generous accommodation of 3 bedrooms, main complete with WIR, ensuite and balcony, further separate central bathroom and powder room. Further features include, stone finishes throughout, designer kitchen with island bench appliance, heating / cooling, euro laundry, double lock up garages complete with storage, 2100lt fresh water tank and all of which is located moments from the areas leading local amenity and transport options.

2.5 BATH

Terms 10% deposit / settlement 60 days

Open Times Wednesday 12–1pm & 5–6pm, Saturday 11am–12 noon

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Decks Carports Pergolas Verandahs

Doug 0410 227 974 or Brent 0416 913712

816 479

Carpet Laying

BAY'S CARPET STEAM CLEANING Modern Truck Mounted Machine. Guaranteed best possible clean! ★Carpet laying & supply ★ Upholstery ★ Carpet repair ★ Restretching ★ Flood damage ★ All work guaranteed

Bay 9312 7248 / 0417 345 593 V

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Computer Services & Repairs

MR COMPUTER MAN

Fast friendly reliable onsite PC repair and service  Virus  Spyware  Internet  Advice  New & Used systems  Free Virus Software $30 Flag fall - $30 per hour No fix - No Fee Mick 9314 1727, 0415 746 050

Allport Constructions

A1 Dash Computer Repairs

Lic 38656 HIA 520582

¡ Pergolas ¡ Deckings ¡ Extensions ¡ Renovations ¡ Bathrooms and kitchens

★ No fix, No fee ★ We come to you!

www.dashelad.com Call Dale on: 0419 266 999

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CUSTOM DECKS & PERGOLAS

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Plans and Permits Specialising in Timber and Colorbond Š Free Quote call Eddie: 0413 128 242

• Al Frescos • Pergolas • Patios • Carports • Retaining Walls • Decking and More Plans & Permits Provided

Builders & Building Services

Motoring

CARPET CLEANING

UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ABN 92 465 717 255 18 Years Experience FREE DEODORISING

A.H. 9974 3720

Free Quotes We do the lot ! Design and construct all renovations specialising in bathrooms and laundries.

Classic Pergolas

BOB CAT HIRE

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0417 345 464

YOUR IDEAS, OUR CREATION

Bobcat/Earthmoving

A Bobcat & Tipper Hire

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Call: 1800 737 783

COMPLETE Bathroom Renovations Over 30 years experience

PERGOLAS

CARPORTS - VERANDAHS PERGOLAS - DECKS - PVC BLINDS

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Designer Quality at Factory Prices!

Carpet Steam Cleaning

We custom build to your budget 1133523-LB19-14

Mob: 0419 511 606

Builders & Building Services

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Also specialising in Supply & Fit Shower Screens

Awnings, Blinds & Curtains

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FREE Asbestos Inspections & Quotes Asbestos Removals & Pick Ups Full/Partial Demolitions & Strip Outs Carport, Shed, Garage, Bungalow, House

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SMALL SMALL CONCRETING CONCRETING JOBS JOBS "We do all the small jobs that the bigger companies don't have time for" Up to 100 square metres Shed floors, paths, driveways etc. Coloured, plain, slate and stencil. FREE MEASURE & QUOTE Workmanship guaranteed, with over 18 years experience

Phone Tony 0404 775 573

Cabinet Makers

DILLON KITCHENS 1138468-PB23-14

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Doors & Windows Fitted, Pergolas, Decks, Car Ports, Alterations & Renovations All General Repairs No Job too Small

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STEVE KOVIC’S CARPENTRY SERVICES

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Specialising in quality kitchen facelifts Re-laminating existing bench tops & doors New cabinets-Kitchen, Laundry, Bathroom

From plumbers to pest control, carpet cleaning to building services, dry cleaning to computer repairs, lawn mowing and more, Maribyrnong & Hobsons Bay Star Weekly has been connecting local businesses with the local community with our Trades and Services each week.

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VIC 3810

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Trades & Services

Marc Evans 0412 690 537 Email: tarawillbd@bigpond.com

*** All electrical work ***

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Quality Electrical Work. No Job Too Big Domestic, Commercial, Industrial. www.ctmelectrical.com.au for online quotes

• Power Points • Phone/Data Points • TV Points • Hot Water-Repairs

• Lights • Rewires • Garages • Fans

For All Your Electrical Needs

REC 6487

MP & A Electrics rec 21334

ALTONA BAY ELECTRICAL P/L

All Types Of Electrical Work • Switchboard Upgrades • Free Quotes • Pensioner Discounts • Smoke Alarms • Safety Switches • Reasonable Rates • LED Lighting • No Job Too Small • Sweep Fans & Power Points • 24hr Service TV Outlets & Antennas REC 12351

9315 6758

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JPH Electrical

C753659-MD1-10

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Steel Fences Made to Measure

1156306-HM40-14

Colorbond Fences & Gates “That’s all I do� Call Andrew

0409 239 374

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section of Network Classifieds.

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www.aaaglass.com.au

Free Call: 1300 666 701

Lock Up and Fix/Decking/Floorboards All Your Carpentry Needs.

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For A Free Quote Call Mark: 0425 772 304

BUILDERS & HOME MAINTENANCE

RENTAL TRUCK For Furniture Removals

Quality professional work

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0412 236 236

R & R QUALITY SERVICES PTY LTD

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Garden Services

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AMAZING GARDEN SERVICES Specialist in • Lawn mowing • Edging Pruning / Hedge Trimming • Regular Maintenance • Rubbish Removals • Tree Lopping • Gutter Cleaning

Call Joe 0498 375 094 - 7 days

Qualified Tradesman with a guaranteed service with over 20 years’ experience.

section of Network Classifieds.

Partitions

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The Real Deal in timber Paling fences and most projects or timber needs.

General Notices

 Glass

TOM'S GARDENING SERVICE

For a free quote call 0420 614 516

Special rates for Pensioners.

Call 0431 094 364

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Colorbond fences and gates Paling fences Free measurement & quote

REC 12351

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24 HOUR EMERGEN EMERGENCY SERVICE Specialising In  Table Tops  Shower Screens  Mirrors  Insurance Claims

 Shop fronts  Doors  Windows  Splashbacks

BE MOVED FURNITURE V Handy Persons REMOVALS Local Handy Man

★ Sales Maintenance ★ Installation ★ Roller Doors ★ Sectional Doors Remote Control Openers peners from $400

s Steel Fence s Double/Single Gates s Pool s Garden s Auto/Manual Sliding Gates s Picket & Slat Fencing

Forbes Fencing

0418 361 298

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Local owned company

ELECTRICIAN

Glass/Glazing

Pronto Glass

ALL YOUR GARAGE DOOR NEEDS...

Ph: (03) 8360 9997 Ray 0422 118 920

All Electrical Work

Reliable & Experienced Removalists 2 men - from $75 per hour. Competitive prices - time starts at your door. Will beat any reasonable quote. Ph: 8390 9465 - 0413 693 216

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R & M FENCING

www.rmfencing.com.au

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0422 771 285

Fencing & Gates

Call Jamie anytime 0431 808 895, 9390 4451

Domestic, Commercial, Industrial s&REE1UOTESs2EASONABLE2ATES s.O*OB4OO3MALLs3ENIORS$ISCOUNT

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9742 3677 David Millington 0412 103 980

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0418 361 298

MILLINGTON ELECTRICS

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• Switch Boards • Safety Switches • Wiring Checks • LED Lighting

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9310 1070 - 0403 046 998

0418 546 808 G6210923

Domestic, Commercial, Industrial - Rewires a specialty

Phone Paul for a quote on 0419 799 999

Packing, Pianos, Antiques and Billiard Tables, Local, Country & Interstate. No job too small. Unwanted goods, or rubbish taken to tip. All areas from $89p/h (min 2 hours), 24 hours/7 days

C1075424-KK7-13

Rec 15872

Furniture Removals Cheap boxes 4 sale

www.absolutegarden.com.au Gardening: s(EDGINGs0RUNINGs4REELOPPINGs'ARDENCLEAN UPS Landscaping: s'ARDENMAKEOVERSs.EWHOMES s4IMBERRETAININGWALLSs$ECKINGs'ARDENBEDTOPPINGS s,ILYDALEs3PRINKLERSYSTEMSs4URF

Experts in all aspects of glass. Our services include:

ALL VIC REMOVALS & STORAGE

C1062651-KG47-12

Scott: 0409 705 612 Tim: 0411 795 300

www.sandemandsealemtimberfloors.com.au

Sanding & Polishing

Scott 0423 745 993 or 9399 3024 REC

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Domestic, Commercial, Phone Data, Hot Water Services, Rewires, Oven Repairs

AND’EM AND SEAL’EM SMember of the Wood Flooring Association

Old & New Floors, Dustless Machines - All Work Guaranteed Phone Shayne 0438 662 147

Electricians

Westgate Electrical Pty Ltd

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ACACIA FLOORS

Domestic & Industrial Installations & Repairs Rewires, Stoves, HWS, New Houses, Units, Split System Installations For FREE QUOTES Phone Dean Gilbert (Rec 9692)

20% off first service - Fully Insured

0413 112 497

DC GILBERT ELECTRICS

9398 5005

Garden and Landscaping

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Specialising in: â?? Sanding, Polishing and repairs of all timber floors. Fast free quotes, Top quality workmanship at Mates Rates

A Specialist in Timber Flooring

Fully Insured

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Taking care of all your electrical needs Servicing all areas 24/7

Matt 0422 115 615

Top Rate Floors

1800heatcool 432826

CHEAPEST ELECTRICIANS 0407 666 679

Drafting

*Cond. apply

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www.westernheatingandcooling.com.au 1150142-CG34-14

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Shugg Gardening Services

Sanding & Polishing of Old and New Floors All types of finishes used All Work Guaranteed. 23 yrs exp. FREE QUOTES Will beat any genuine written quote*

Phone 0412 488 732

Supply & Install

Rec. 12014

Call 9748 7403 or 0417 364 417

1175002-LB10-15

PSM ELECTRICS

Free Quotes

Aluminium Window & Door Replacements Security Doors & Flyscreens

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PH: 0419 542 368 or 9369 7831

Doors

WESTSIDE ALUMINIUM

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24 HOUR SERVICE

Garden Services

1178681-CG14-15

Free Quotes No job too small

Call Joe on 0408 993 912 or 9331 6391 V

A. M. Electrical

FREE QUOTES

GREEN’S FLOORS

G6463270AA-dc20Nov

MJ Paving (Vic) Pty Ltd

John at Kerrie Electrics on 9337 4732 / 9744 2478 / 0418 582 656 Rec13069

1178835-CG14-15

s Slate impression s Stencil

1158998-CG43-14

30 years experience

s Plain Concrete s Coloured Concrete

TV & Ph points, lights, power points, safety switches, smoke alarms, etc. Will beat any written quote. Pensioner discount.

Pensioners Discounts-All Electrical Services  Domestic  Commercial  Industrial  Alarms  Appliances  Automation

Affordable Concrete Paving Specialising in:

Any type of Electrical Work.

1165227-HM48-14

For free quote call David on 0413 789 755 AH: 9323 0977

No job too small

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1180212-ACM15-15

C753520-KK1-10

Plain • Colour • Stencil • Slate Pattern • Exposed Aggregate • Driveways • Pathways • Garage Floors • Factory Floors • Car Parks

Rec 1944

A1 Absolute

Floor Services

G6162301AA-dc16Jul

Specialising in all types of concreting.

A Grade Electrician

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PTY LTD

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GT V CONCRETING

Electricians

1176913-RC12-15

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J.A.R. LAWNMOWING

oddjobrescue.com.au

Western suburbs only *Rubbish Removal *Edging *General Garden Maintenance *Pensioner Discount*

'RAHAM

G6517234AA-dc11Dec

* General Maintenance * Tiling / Guttering * Painting / Plastering * Doors / Windows * Kitchens / Bathrooms * Decking / Pergolas

Call Chris on:

0423 892 273

BASIC SCAPES GARDENING ★ Lawns Mowed & Edged ★ Weeding ★ Poisoning ★ Pruning ★ Ride On Mowing ★ Sprinkler Systems ★ Chainsaw Work ★ Instant/Seeded Lawns ★ Rubbish Removal ★ Gutters Cleaned

0408 539 859 9748 0220

General Classifieds section of Network Classifieds.

1176384-ACM11-15

HANDY HANDYMAN MAN HANDY MAN

Contact John 0406 872 176

DOMESTIC / INDUSTRIAL / TAC / WORKCARE

From fixing a hole to the whole house s1UALIFIED4RADESMAN s&ULLY)NSUR ED s)NBUSINESSOVERYEARS s!LLWORKGUARANTEED

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Concrete Products & Services 1168701-LB01-15

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E: handy-man@optusnet.com.au

Heating

KS Heating & Cooling Services • Repairs • Maintenance Over 30 years experience, All types of Air Con, Evap Cooler & Gas Heating System AU31693

Call 0430 332 368

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Real Estate

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Plumbing

Qualified Painter & Decorator

A & R Affordable Painter  20 years Experience. GAS APPLIANCE

CALL 0425 817 372

Pest Control

Free quotes

Call 7 days for a free quote

1300 699 698 0419 975 293 V

Your home is my concern

G6401260AA-dc23Oct

Landscaping

LGC Plumbing Services

Plasterers

Specialising in Patchwork, Extensions New Homes, Cornices Free Quotes

Call Jeremy 0401 227 592

0LUMBINGs'ASs-ETAL2OOFING (ONEST2ELIABLE

Ph Luke 0400 163 708 Lic 47785

Western Suburbs Plumbing

AWARD WINNING WORKMANSHIP LOCAL TRADESMEN CALL SCOTT ON 0413 522 548

0402 644 444

www.everlastturf.com.au SYNTHETIC TURF THAT LOOKS REAL

ALL AREAS Tank’s Landscape Construction PLASTERER Over 25 Yrs Experience

Troy Grundy 0411 354 573

977914

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David: 0425 811 882 Ash: 0403 619 333

177646

 Free Quote  All Suburbs  Insurance  Elevation

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Painters/Decorators

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ROOF PLUMBER

Lic 39445 Fascia & Guttering Metal Roofing & Repairs, Spouting Renewals Leaks Repaired, Gutters Cleaned

Call Trent 0438 269 413

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ALL SERVICES PLUMBING

Plumbing

 Hot Water Units Replaced  Burst Pipes  Leaking Taps Repaired  Leaking Toilets Repaired  General Plumbing Maintenance

All types of Painting - Domestic - Commercial - Industrial

sBLOCKED SEWER & STORM WATER sCCTV PIPE & DRAIN CAMERAS s!,,GENERALPLUMBINGMAINTENANCE s3EWERMACHINES

EPS PAINTERS & DECORATORS

FULLY QUALIFIED TRADESMAN 0419 558 817 or 9363 3689

Senio Discours nt s

0431 170 956

MIRMIC PLUMBING • Spouting and Roofing • Maintenance • Renovations and Extentions • General Plumbing and Gas Fittings

CHEAP PRICES * FREE QUOTES * ALL WORK GUARANTEED 10% discount for existing customers.

1048630-KG G35-12

WE USE TOP QUALITY DULUX PAINT

For quick service call Mick. FREE Quotes

0417 352 040 Ph/Fax 9974 6624

1160836-LB44-14

24 hours

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MARK 0423 511 896

C753694-MD1-10

Lic 35031

PAINTER, DECORATOR & FLOORING SERVICE

Call Saida Mobile: 0403 610 782

Specialist in Underpinning & an Expert in Restumping * Council Permit * Engineer Plans Supplied * Computer Leveling * Fully Insured

LIC102400

* Builder * 18 Years Guarantee * Pensioner Discounts * All Suburbs

1155535-ACM39-14

EXTREME

1138073-PB23-14

Will blow the others away

s&ULL)NSURANCE s#OMPUTERLEVELING s"UILDINGPERMITSUPPLIED sYEARSEXPERIENCE s0UMPTOBEUSED Call Sam for a Free Quote 9324 8575 or 0409 237 487

Lic No. 38755 ABN No. 58054025352

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Prompt, Reliable, 28 years exp

0403 371 738 V

0421 047 806

Rendering

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0423 877 432

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Roller Shutters

UP TO

25% OFF

www.homelinksrestumping.com.au

REBLOCKING

David Sheridon 0412 311 148

Refrigeration

Call for a free quote 9308 9669 or 0406 745 070

For all your plumbing needs

Dynamite Plumbing

G6795050AA-dc29Apr 1132314-LB19-14

Reblocking/Underpinning

FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED BUSINESS QUALITY SERVICE WITH A FAIR PRICE

SAIDA’S PAINTING

Sanding, polishing, minor plaster repairs, all areas.

Pumps

- Tank Pumps - Pool Pumps - Submersibles - Industrial 9314 4977 373 Somerville Rd West Footscray - All Types “CARRY IN DISCOUNT” COUPON $25 V

FREE QUOTES

Call Joe 0425 708 774 or 9337 3130

Domestic Commercial

EMERGENCY PLUMBING/SAME DAY SERVICE

sEXCAVATIONS

G6642839AA-dc18Feb

Plaster repair Weatherboard powersand Pensioner discount • Local painter Free Quotes • 10 Years guarantee

24/7 Service

FREE SMOKE ALARM

Jin’s Fridges/Washing Machines

PUMP REPAIRS

s(OTWATERUNITREPAIRANDREPLACEMENT

J&D PAINTER & DECORATOR Clean & professional work

s.EWHOMESANDRENOVATIONS s PIPEANDLEAKREPAIRS s,EAKING4APAND4OILETREPAIRS

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The best Reblocking & Underpinning

C704225-JM17-9

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Master Painter Over 30 years experience

sHYDRO WATER JETTERS

1143618-LN28-14

1141761-RC27-14

THANH: 0408 332 294

Fast Reliable Service 0418 996 687

NICK’S RE-BLOCKING SERVICE

ALL SUBURBS ★ RAISING ★ LEVELLING ★ UNDERPINNING ★ RESTUMPING WITH CONCRETE OR REDGUM STUMPS ★ COUNCIL PERMIT ★ ALL WORK GUARANTEED

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Lic 27204

THANH’S

Reg No 8659

Registered Building Practitioner

BLOCKED DRAINS CLEARED FAST 9689 0511

PAINTING - BUILDING - DECORATING s,OUNGE2OOMFROM$s"EDROOMFROM$130 s7EATHERBOARDFROM$s"RICK6ENEER$1600 s+ITCHENFROM$180 30 Years in the trade

0437 841 947, 9333 0038 www.ausrg.com.au

PH: 9360 5357 Mobile: 0412 378 193

C1102979-JL47-13

Please call Wade anytime on 0406 146 979 or 9369 3915 for a free no obligation quote.

 17 Years Guarantee  10% Pensioner Discount  Council Permit Supplied  Computer Levelling

MEMBER OF MASTER BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

C1074446-FB6-13

- All types of Brick and Stone Paving - Decking and Retaining Walls - Instant and Artificial Turf - Excavations (Dingo Work) - Designs and Complete Makeovers

G6519072AA-dc21Jan

1152775-PB37-14

1127823-RC14-14

Specialising in:

MASTER PLASTERER

ALL AROUND

Matt 0409 576 536

No Job Too Small Free Quotes Trading 20 Yrs

Call JOE 9357 2838 Mobile: 0450 377 045

REBLOCKING & UNDERPINNING

Renovations/Extensions Split Systems Grey Water Systems Tap Repairs/Leaks Gas Fitting/Repairs Spouting Renewals Hot Water Renewals Blockages & Drainage Water Tanks

1145410-LB30-14

Free Measure & Quote

• 10 years warranty • Satisfaction guaranteed

R.N.1087

REGISTERED BUILDER APPROVED • Red Gum or Concrete Stumps • Council Permit Supplied • House Raised & Levelled in one piece • All work guaranteed 15 years • Free Quote and Advice

C894629-JM6-11

1136295-RC21-14

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Open 7 Days 10am-late MORE Girls

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9 Darbyshire Street, Williamstown

9399 3345

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WHISPERS STUDIO

9369 0600

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Amber, Michelle, Julia, Sirena, Lorena, Tessa.

Ladies warmly welcomed!

32 Dunlop Road, Hoppers Crossing swa6318be

mel ref 203 D11

HOPPERS CROSSING 7 Eleanor Drive, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th April, 9am-4pm. Moving house sale. Something for everyone. All must go.

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POINT COOK, 24 Kerford Cres, Sat 18th April, 8am-12noon. Do not miss! Kids and adult clothes, toys, books, tools, furniture Morning Tea.

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TARNEIT 45 McMahon Crescent, Saturday 18th April, 8am-3pm. Furniture, baby goods, computers, household items and more.

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WERRIBEE 13 Quartoc Avenue, Saturday 18th April and Sunday 19th April, 7am-4pm. Furniture, two queen size bed, white & electrical goods, fashion dresses size 8, sewing machine, sheet music, instruments, records, dog kennels, children's books and heaps more. All everything must go. Over 600 items.

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WERRIBEE, 11 Nangiloc Crescent, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th April, 8am-4pm. Furniture, cabinets, lounges, dining table /chairs and all household items.

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PAINT SALE, Any Paint, Any Brand from $6.50 a litre. All stock has to go. Please contact 9325 1455 or 0412 393 776.

For Sale

Visited

WILLIAMSTOWN, 1 Gray Court, Sunday 19th April, 9am-4pm. Household clean-out, something for everyone!

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WYNDHAM VALE, 44 Pelham Cres, Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th April, 8am-4pm. Massage chair, portable A/C and many other items.

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For Sale

LOUNGE SUITE, Brand new, chocolate brown, platinum suede microfibre, 2 single recliners and 3 seater lounge with recliner each end. $1,350. 9749 1179.

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WERRIBEE, 26 Argyle Crescent, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th April, 8am-4pm. Three piece lounge, piano bar, golf set /buggy, DVD's and lots more.

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Full Body Massage RELAXATION

219 Ascot Vale Rd, 3032. 9004 1477 or 0487 097 290.

BEDROOM SET In excellent condition. Italian adriatic in black and leather trimmings. Hardly been used. $2,300. Call 0407 803 055.

ASSORTED, Treadmill $400ono. Exercise bike, 10 months old, $500ono. Double fold-out sofa lounge, 12 months old, $700ono, all in excellent clean condition. Ph 0400 150 664.

Visited

LAVERTON 6 Thomas Street, Sunday 19th April, 9am-4pm. H /hold items, clothing, bric-a-brac & plenty of bargains.

ASSORTED Freezer, Fisher and Paykel, 213 Ltr, double bed mattress, lawn mower 4 stroke, no catcher, easy to start, all in VGC, $300 the lot. 9748 2770 or 0421 619 240.

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ESCORTS AVAILABLE www.spellboundmelbourne.com.au

Personal

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Massive Sale

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HOPPERS CROSSING 31 Claremont Crescent, Sat 18 April, 8am-4pm, Monster sale (proceeds to support PNG charity).

MARK'S BODY RUB

Gay, Bi or curious. GHJ1. 24/7. Phone 0404 269 461. SWA3487XE.

Adult Services

New es i Lad

Visited

ALTONA MEADOWS, 44 Hook Street, Saturday 18th April, 7:30 onwards. Outdoor furniture, car, clothes and lots more.

Visit 1145621-PB30-14

ALL FETISH! Anything goes! from 99c/min 1300 700 904 1902 226 323 Chat now! $5.45/min pay/mob extra

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HOPPERS CROSSING 25 McKellar Ave, Saturday 18th & Sunday 19th April, 8am-3pm. Household items, furniture and bric-a-brac. Sale is undercover.

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ALTONA MEADOWS, 41 South Avenue. Sat 18th of April. From 8am. Toys, bags, shoes, fabric, books, DVD's and bric-a-brac

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82D Ashley Street, West Footscray Adult Phone Talk

Garage Sales

NATURAL PLUS

7 days, 9.30am - 9.30pm. 5 City Place, Sunshine. Phone 9311 0198.

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Home Services

Massage Therapists

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ADVERTISERS, in this section are qualified practitioners and offer non-sexual services.

Body Treatment

19 Hall St, Newport. 10am-7pm. Relaxation massage therapy. Ph: 9041 2399 or 0450 096 262 CHINESE MASSAGE, 5 Angelique Gve, Albanvale, 0401 496 608 or 2C, 100 Furlong Rd, Cairnlea, 0425 414 418.

Lotus Massage Therapy

75 Paisley Street, Footscray. Phone: 9689 6632. Open 7 days, 9:30am to 9pm. MASSAGE Altona Meadows, 11am-11pm. Private house, Trafalgar Ave. Call 0434 581 971.

New Relaxation

Massage. 7 days, by appointment only. 10am to 7pm. Niki Close, Albanvale. Phone 0426 660 629.

ORIENTAL MASSAGE

7days, 10am-8pm, 9 Wallace Av. Point Cook 3030. 9931 1909 or 0415 653 674.

THAT’S GOOD FOR FOOTY

PANEL SHOW

APPEARING FRIDAY 3 JULY

LIVE

12-2pm

$12 POT & PARMA

Relaxation Massage

THIS IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL FOOTY PANEL SHOW! FEATURING A HOST OF AFL STARS & PERSONALITIES

THERAPY MASSAGE

FREE EVENT

7 days, 10am to 8pm. 204 Barkly Street, Footscray. Phone 9689 0360.

Open 7 Days, 10am-8pm 29 Harrington Square, Altona 9398 4828

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ENJOY PIANO lessons, with qualified and patient teacher. All ages welcome. Phone Melinda 9749 3933. PIANO TUNING, and Solutions. Restoration, servicing, transport. Extensive exp, free quote. David 0412 446 213.

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SPEAK WITH THE VENUE STAFF ABOUT BOOKING YOUR SPOT BROUGHT TO YOU BY:

Westside Hotel Cnr Leakes & Fitzgerald Rds Laverton North 9360 3700 | westsidehotel.com.au This is an 18+ event photo ID must be shown.

Music /Instruments

Pets & Services

Want to place an ad but not sure where to start? Call our helpful classified team between 8:30am-5pm Mon-Fri for FREE advice!

ADVERTISERS PLEASE NOTE

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

YAPPERS Mobile dog grooming. Clipping, hydrobath and flea rinse. Experienced groomer. Please call Sue on 0430 414 182.

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Sewing/ Sewing Machines

SEWING MACHINES & OVERLOCKERS REPAIRS AND SERVICE Industrial and domestic

NICK CIANCIO SEWING MACHINES 237 BARKLY ST, FOOTSCRAY.

9687-2422

Want to place an ad but not sure where to start? Call our helpful classified team between 8:30am-5pm Mon-Fri for FREE advice!

Not just a new name… but also a new look with new sections. However, you will still get the same easy to read, easy to use information packed section you have grown to love each week.

CLEANING/IRONING Honest and reliable lady. Over 30 years experience. Hourly rate. 9734 2360.

HOUSEWORK Lady, experienced, reasonable rates, good eye for detail. Ring Barbara 8394 8437 or 0466 346 218.

BRINGING TOGETHER A HUGE NETWORK OF QUALITY COMMUNITY NEWSPAPERS THAT CAN WORK EVEN HARDER FOR YOU.

IRONING Pick up and delivery, plenty of experience. Free delivery to Werribee and surrounds. Call Sue 0419 575 024. PRINCESS CARRIAGE BED Single, brand new condition, hardly used. Paid $1400. $850 0422 120 908 or 03 9748 7463

Venues

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Place your advertisement by calling Call or visit us online! networkclassifieds.com.au

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All paintings and old prints. Top prices will be paid. Please phone Patrick 0401 032 111

Blue Mermaid Adult Store

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ALL ADVERTISEMENTS booked under this classification are strictly for ancillary roles only. To comply with the law it is still an offence under the Sex Work Act 1994 to publish any statements intended or likely to induce a person to seek work as a sex worker.

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Member of V.C.A. Licensed Conveyancer

POINT COOK 3BR BV WIR BIR's ensuite sep lounge kit/meals adj family room ducted heating aircon remote double garage walk to shops/buses/schools $340pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St Werribee 9741 1000.

Professional Indemnity Insured.

7 DAYS A WEEK

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Phone Bernice on 9390 3403 PARMELIA DRIVE Taylors Lakes

Storage

STORAGE, 10 by 6 storage available to rent, Brooklyn. $500neg per month. Enquiries contact 0403 239 072.

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To Let

HOPPERS CROSSING 1 minute walk to trains/buses/shops freshly painted 3BR BV BIR's parent's retreat or study duct heat aircon double garage carport $300pw Pellegrino R/E 3 19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000.

ST ALBANS 2BR townhouse, gas appliances, LUG, brand new condition. References required. $240pw. Phone 0417 100 099. WERRIBEE 2BR apartment BIR's kit/meals sep lounge yard garage water/gas paid by owner $210pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St Werribee 9741 1000.

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HOPPERS CROSSING, Close to Woodville shops, fully furnished large BR, all household requirements supplied incl. utilities, single mum okay. $125P/W, $250 bond. Contact by SMS only 0400 719 999. POINT COOK, Fully furnished room, close to all amenities. $165P/W including utility bills. Phone 0433 181 741.

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UNITS Tandarra Drive, Hoppers Crossing

2BR

$230pw

Virgilia Drive, Hoppers Crossing

3BR

$300pw

Virgilia Drive, Hoppers Crossing

3BR

$300pw

Chesterton Avenue, Tarneit

3BR

$310pw

HOUSES

Mechanical Car Repairs. Well established business for over 15 years. Fully equipped. Regular clientele. Altona location, close to public transport and shopping centres. Phone 9398 3999 or 0428 810 004 AH

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Cottonfield Way, Brookfield

4BR

$320pw LET

Arthur Close, Truganina

4BR

$330pw LET

Mendoza Street, Truganina

4BR

$330pw

Eureka Drive, Wyndham Vale

4BR

$350pw

More Rental properties wanted. List your rental property with us and receive FREE Landlord insurance for 12 months. TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY.

SHOP 8 TARNEIT GARDENS SHOPPING CENTRE TARNEIT

Education & Tuition

7/4 Una St, Sunshine 2/70 Droop Street, Footscray 6/30 Pickett Street, Footscray 10/24 Whitehall Street, Footscray 406/250 Barkly Street, Footscray 11 Empire Street, Footscray 89 Village Way, Maribyrnong 3/20 Belmore Road, North Sunshine 2/21 Milton Street, West Footscray

1bdr 2bdr 2bdr 2bdr 2bdr 3bdr 3bdr 2bdr 2bdr

Positions Vacant

Rooming Houses

GET PAID TO GET FIT! Deliver homeware catalogues Flexible hours. NOT JUNK MAIL! Phone: 1300 664 751 www.pennymiller.com.au

1 room

Houses

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COMMERCIAL / INDUSTRIAL LEASING

Warwick Burnham Commercial Manager 0412 318 998

Richard Judge Rental Manager 0412 596 410

273 Barkly Street, Footscray

OFFICES

YARRAVILLE – Roberts St 96m2 FOOTSCRAY – Nicholson St 55m2 FOOTSCRAY – Barkly St 273m2 FOOTSCRAY – Leeds St 13m2 DOCKLANDS – Docklands Drv 85m2 + 20m2

WAREHOUSE

NEWPORT – Blackshaws Rd 235m2 + land 490m2 approx SUNSHINE NTH – Berkshire Road 185m2 SUNSHINE NTH – Berkshire Road 370m2 SUNSHINE – 1000m2 + land 2400m2 approx TULLAMARINE – Mohr St 565m2 Marina Dos Santos Property Manager 0412 919 871

Mena Gurovska Rental Manager 0430 177 355

footscray@burnham.com.au 9687 1344

1180875-ACM16-15

FOOTSCRAY – Barkly Street 360m2 FOOTSCRAY – Chambers St 56m2 FOOTSCRAY – Hopkins St 70m² (Restaurant) FOOTSCRAY – Hopkins St 285m² FOOTSCRAY – Hopkins St 58m2 FOOTSCRAY – Irving St 65m2 FOOTSCRAY – Nicholson Street 3 Levels 450m2 FOOTSCRAY – Nicholson St 110m2 FOOTSCRAY – Nicholson St 154m2 FOOTSCRAY – Nicholson St 178m2

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Tuition specific for SACS and final exams. Every year serious students enter medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and law. Call: 9315 7597.

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Positions Vacant

Machinery Operator

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Altona Roosters ball carrier Isaac Fili is pressured by three Northern Thunder defenders. (Kristian Scott)

Dogs on a shorter chain By Lance Jenkinson Footscray is putting on its serious face this season in the Victorian Rugby Union. A neutral observer will have long been drawn to the Bulldogs’ matches for their ability to make highlight-reel plays and produce an up-tempo style, and for their daring use of the ball. But this has proven more of a sideshow than a premiership formula. The fact remains that the Bulldogs’ last Dewar Shield premiership came all the way back in 1937 so it’s simply not working at the business end of a campaign. For the Bulldogs to break the drought, new coach Justin Carroll told his players they must embrace change. Carroll is not totally against the Bulldogs using their flair, which can be a strength when applied at the right times, but he wants them to temper it. Gone are the days when the roll-the-dice long pass in the defensive half will be accepted. “They’ve got a natural flair about them and they want to throw the ball around,” Carroll told Star Weekly. “What we’re trying to do this year is choose the right time when to use that flair. “We’re trying to play a little more structured and a little more conservative but, when it’s time to go, we have the ability to do that. “Last year, they lost a number of games by a try or less, and a lot of that was on the back of errors from throwing the ball around. “We’re trying to instil into the group when is the time to be flamboyant and when is the time to be conservative,” he said. Carroll could be seen as the fun police at the kennel. He admits the new approach can at times be considered “boring” when lined up against highlights packages of yesteryear but, he says, “it’s a means to an end”. “The bottom line is, nothing will be acceptable this year unless we make the semi- finals and from there it’s a new season,” he said. “When you look at our roster, you look at our size, you look at the ability that we’ve got, a semi-final position was our global target. “The group has the faith; they honestly believe we can beat anyone.” The Bulldogs will embrace the grind this season. There will be more ball in the hands of the forward pack and less margin for error. “We’re trying to use our strengths, in particular our big forward pack,” Carroll said. “We’re just trying to rumble over the top of our opponents first and foremost.” The grind is working. The Bulldogs are

great to have local footy back but there is some bad news for WRFL division 1 clubs – Deer Park is still very good. Despite losing big names such as Thornton, Guerra, Hargrave, Barling, Ayres, Harrison and Smith, the Lions have recruited well and have emerging juniors who are going to be stars this year. Senior coach Marc Bullen admitted to us on WYN FM that everyone expected perfection from them last year with the talent they had, and they delivered it. His third year in charge might be his most challenging and exciting. All eyes will be on the Lions as they have been for the past few years. The second and third divisions will be extremely competitive and it was fantastic to see Wyndham Suns win their first-ever senior game on debut last Saturday – what a boost for the newest club in the competition. Our radio coverage of the WRFL is up and running again, with the preview show on Fridays from 5pm and match day-coverage from 1.30pm on Saturdays on 88.9 WYN FM.

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VFL season starts on Friday night when Werribee will host Geelong at Avalon Airport Oval at Chirnside Park. The teams will play for the K-Rock Cup, with Werribee limping into the game with a very long injury list that includes captain Michael Sodomaco and key on-baller Tom Gribble. Senior coach John Lamont said he had 18 injured players. Williamstown starts the season away to the Northern Blues at Ikon Park and the Footscray Bulldogs will be on the new Channel Seven match-of-the-day telecast from noon at Whitten Oval as they unfurl their first premiership flag since 1954. The form of the Bulldogs seniors at the moment means they will have a top-notch VFL side running out on Saturday afternoon in front of the red white and blue faithful. It will be a special moment, after which they will face the Box Hill Hawks in a grand final rematch.

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Western Bulldogs have started the AFL season much better than almost anyone could have expected with two wins. This week’s match against Hawthorn in Tasmania will be a very interesting spectacle. If you have not yet seen the mini-documentary on Bobby Murphy, A Captain’s Tale, go to the Bulldogs’ website and watch why this man is going to be remembered and revered with the likes of Doug, Charlie and Teddy. The first Inside the Kennel will be on April 21, from 6.30pm. Call 9680 6154 for bookings. Kevin Hillier

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undefeated in three games with two wins and a draw following Saturday’s 24-10 win over Power House at Loft Reserve. “I’m happy with the way we’re progressing, but we’ve still got a long way to go,” Carroll said. English imports Harry Key, at flyhalf, and Danny Hartwell, at number eight, have been

superb additions for the Bulldogs, while Martin Naufahu and Frank Amituanai are the pick of the established players. Young fullback Iasaiah Leota, the son of Trevor Leota, a Samoan international who played his club rugby with Wasps, Free State Cheetahs and Stade Montois, has been a revelation.

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Vikings work hard for early win By Lance Jenkinson Altona Vikings overcame a 21-point threequarter time deficit to shock last season’s preliminary finalists Werribee Districts in the opening round of the Western Region Football League division 1 at Soldiers Reserve on Saturday. The Vikings’ stirring four-point win came on the back of a five-goal-to-one last quarter and provided an early sign of their finals intentions after a big off-season recruiting campaign. Vikings coach Josh Russo was delighted. “It’s always good to start the season with a win,” he told Star Weekly. “It pays for the hard work we’ve done over the summer to get the points first up.” It was a topsy-turvy affair, with the complexion of the game seeming to turn on a whim. The first quarter was a shoot-out with 11 goals kicked, and the message at both quartertime huddles was to tighten up the defensive work. “After quarter-time, we made it a bit more of a battle, rather than the free-flowing type of game,” Russo said. The game turned into an arm wrestle with only 14 more goals kicked over the last three quarters. The first sign of breaking open the game came when Werribee Districts added to its six-point half-time lead with three goals to one in the third quarter. The Vikings, however, had the aid of a slight breeze in the fourth term and a nothing-to-lose mentality as they set about eroding a hefty deficit. Russo got one last-gasp effort from his players. “I just asked for five or 10 per cent more because I didn’t want all their hard work to go to waste,” he said. “It’s the first game; you want to build a platform to move forward, so we gave it everything; we took the game on

SCOREBOARD Q FOOTBALL AFL W BULLDOGS 3.5 5.8 10.13 12.13 (85) RICHMOND 2.3 3.6 6.8 9.12 (66) Goals: Western Bulldogs: T Dickson 4 J Stringer 2 S Crameri 2 E Wood J Grant M Honeychurch M Wallis. Richmond: J Riewoldt 2 B Griffiths C Newman D Grimes D Martin N Gordon R Petterd S Lloyd. Best: Western Bulldogs: M Bontempelli M Wallis M Boyd R Murphy J Macrae T Dickson E Wood L Dahlhaus. Richmond: A Rance T Cotchin D Martin A Miles C Newman I Maric. Injuries: Western Bulldogs: Nil. Richmond: K Lambert (shoulder). Reports: Nil. Umpires: S McInerney, J Bannister, A Stephens. Official Crowd: 49,945 at MCG.

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PORT MELB COL COLTS 3.1 6.11 9.13 12.22 94 ALBION 3.2 4.3 10.5 11.8 74 PORT MELBOURNE COL COLTS Goal Kickers: J. Elliott 4, B. Twomey T 3, J. Stephenson 2, W. Cardwell , R. Jewell , P. Debruyn Best Players: , B. Smith , S. Massis , , J. Elliott , J. Wood , S. Mitchell ALBION Goal Kickers: J. Butina 3, D. Sloman 2, T. Finco , I. Mofalesi , C. McPherson , J. Michetti , J. Thompson , J. Green Best Players: , J. O’’Brien , B. Skinn , P. Savage , J. Butina , J. Thompson , D. Sloman WERRIBEE DIST 6.2 8.7 11.12 12.14 86 AL ALTONA 5.4 7.7 8.9 13.12 90 WERRIBEE DISTRICTS Goal Kickers: A. Panayi 3, C. Molivas 2, J. Fortune , J. Patty , M. Ngong , J. Halloran , M. Dean , L. McDowell , T. Anderson Best Players: , L. McDowell , M. Dean , L. Patterson , M. Ngong , A. Panayi , C. Molivas AL ALTONA Goal Kickers: C. D’’Altera 3, D. O’’Leary 2, M. Turnbull 2, J. Rafferty 2, Z. Kadour , T. Lunardi , T. Andrews , J. Post Best Players: , M. Cross , D. Barnaby , L. Spiteri , M. Turnbull , T. Lunardi , A. Camenzuli GEELONG AND DISTRICT: Inverleigh 16.17 bt Werribee Centrals 11.7, Belmont Lions 20.16 bt East Geelong 8.6, Bell Post Hill 20.15 bt Thomson 9.9, North Geelong 30.18 bt Corio 7.4, Bannockburn 12.17 bt Geelong West 9.9.

VAFA AMA AMATEURS PREMIER RD 1 BEAUMARIS 3.3 4.9 6.14 10.16 (76) OLD CAREY GRAM. 1.3 4.7 8.9 11.10 (76) Goals: Beaumaris Fc: D Gribbin 3 W Mattingley 2 B McLean R Clarke W Murton J Di Natale R Cathcart. Old Carey Grammarians: J Reid 3 C Jones 2 B Smithwick C Howat J Gaff L Macleod J Rowe J Rice. Best: Beaumaris Fc: R Clarke J Di Natale C BeattiePowell T Dean B Dickson J Gabron-Uhe. Old Carey Grammarians: J Gaff J Murphy A Sloan J Murrie J Rimington J King. UNI BLUES 2.5 7.9 12.15 15.18 (108) DE LA SALLE 3.6 5.6 7.6 11.8 (74) Goals: University Blues: G Curnow 3 C Williams 2 J Watts 2 M Rippon 2 J Wood 2 S Carr X McMahon R McMahon R Young. Y De La Salle: X Murphy 4 M Moore 2 T Humphrey S Williams L Harrison J Gotch H Nicholson. Best: University Blues: L Butler S Carr R Young Y P Flanagan C Williams R McMahon. De La Salle: S Williams X Murphy M Fieldsend J Gotch E Murphy J Black. OLD TRINITY GRAM3.3 5.4 6.5 12.8 (80) ST BERNARDS 1.5 5.12 9.14 10.15 (75) Goals: Old Trinity Grammarians: J Hunt 3 J Osborn A Kyriacopoulos B Howell L Juric A Polidoros H Tinney A Hasiotis S Nicolosi B Iezzi. St Bernards: N Cooke 3 A Boyse 2 C Jones A Singleton J Manunzio A Merrington C Peart. Best: Old Trinity Grammarians: H Tinney J Steinhart H Winter B Howell J Hunt J Osborn. St Bernards: S Fleming N Cooke M Angel T Caven S Caven J Manunzio. OLD XA XAVERIANS 6.2 7.3 14.6 17.11 (113) COLLEGIANS 1.4 6.8 7.13 9.16 (70) Goals: Old Xaverians: M Handley 4 A Ryan 2 L Smith 2 L Tiernan 2 M Margin P Tiernan B Kennedy D Symeopoulos C Stratford C Woodley M Allan. Collegians: S Taft T 2 J Kondarovskis 2 A Croft L Fernandez W T Tardif F Watts D Russo. Best: Old Xaverians: Shaw M Handley C Woodley J Anderson J Skene A Ryan. Collegians: S Evans L Apted F Watts S Hibbins J Kondarovskis N Corp.

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In division 2, West Footscray burst out of the blocks with an 88-point win over Caroline Springs, spearheaded by six goals to Damien Yze and a best-on-ground performance from Jamie Zerafa, while North Footscray claimed a 27-point win over Yarraville-Seddon on the road after seven goals to Kaine Williams. In division 3, Parkside had a 58-point loss to Albanvale, while Laverton had a disappointing 31-point home loss to Tarneit.

OLD SCOTCH 7.5 10.7 10.9 15.10 (100) UNI BLACKS 1.2 2.4 7.7 11.10 (76) Goals: Old Scotch: J Daggian 4 S Barnett 4 C Watts 3 A Jelbart N Cox J Bowden L Hill. University Blacks: C Richardson 3 M O’Brien 2 A Robbins 2 A Drysdale H Curnow B Mill J Quaile. Best: Old Scotch: A Lim H Perry J Sansom N Jamieson A Houlihan J Daggian. University Blacks: S Thomas H Curnow P O’Rourke A Drysdale B Mahon M O’Brien. PREMIER B: Caulfield Grammarians 10.3 d Parkdale Vultures 4.10; Old Brighton Grammarians 16.17 d Fitzroy 5.6; Hampton Rovers Afc 21.17 d Mazenod Oc 11.8; Old Melburnians 14.17 d Ajax 8.10; St Kevins Ob 12.15 d St Bedes/Mentone Tigers Afc 12.11 PREMIER C: Old Ivanhoe Grammarians 13.11 d Monash Blues 5.9; Oakleigh Afc 22.15 d Old Camberwell Grammarians 10.6; Old Haileyburians 17.13 d Therry Penola Ob 8.14; Peninsula Ob 16.14 d Pegs Football Club 5.3; Marcellin Oc 33.8 d Williamstown Cyms 12.10 DIV 1: Kew Afc 15.14 d Old Geelong 10.11; Nobs/ St Pats 13.6 d Prahran Assumption Afc 11.12; Ormond Afc 19.13 d Whitefriars Oc 13.8; St Mary’s Salesian 28.11 d Yarra Valley Ob 13.8 DIV 2: Elsternwick Afc 22.15 d Monash Gryphons 12.12; St Johns Oc 17.18 d Mhsob 11.9; Old Paradians 14.15 d Northern Blues 14.8; Ivanhoe Afc 17.15 d Richmond Central Afc 6.5; Eltham Collegians Afc 22.12 d South Melbourne Districts 9.10 DIV 3: Eley Park Sharks 14.8 d La Trobe University Afc 12.13; Emmaus St Leos Oc Afc 23.16 d Albert Park Afc 7.7; Swinburne University Afc 16.11 d Glen Eira Afc 13.10; Power House Afc 5.8; West Brunswick Afc 14.10 d Hawthorn Afc 7.8 DIV 4: Box Hill North Afc 21.19 d Mt Lilydale Oc 13.8; Point Cook Afc 10.13 d Manningham Cobras Afc 10.9; Masala Football Club 14.14 d Chadstone Afc 10.12; North Brunswick Afc 16.15 d South Mornington 3.6; PREMIER RESERVE: Rd 1: Beaumaris 15.12 bt Old Carey Grammarians 6.6, University Blues 9.11 bt De La Salle 7.11, Old Trinity Grammarians 15.13 bt St Bernards 9.9, Collegians 11.12 bt Old Xaverians 10.3, University Blacks 12.13 bt Old Scotch 9.10. PREMIER THIRDS: Rd 1: Old Scotch 11.10 bt University Blacks 4.3, St Kevins Ob 13.11 bt Beaumaris 4.4, University Blues 19.19 bt De La Salle Oc 3.4, Old Xaverians 24.23 bt Collegians 1.1, Old Melburnians 15.12 bt St Bernards 9.12. PREMIER B RESERVE: Rd 1: Parkdale Vultures 14.11 bt Caulfield Grammarians 11.5, Old Brighton Grammarians 6.9 bt Fitzroy 6.8, Mazenod Oc 11.12 bt Hampton Rovers AFC 6.10, Old Melburnians 15.10 bt Ajax 5.9, St Kevins OB 24.16 bt St Bedes/ Mentone Tigers AFC 9.8. PREMIER B THIRDS: Rd 1: Old Carey 11.11 bt Fitzroy 11.10, Old Xaverians 26.10 bt Old Trinity 4.6. PREMIER C RESERVE: Rd 1: Old Ivanhoe Grammarians 10.10 bt Monash Blues 5.13, Old Camberwell Grammarians 8.21 bt Oakleigh 9.10, Therry Penola OB 19.13 bt Old Haileyburians 9.3, Pegs 14.7 bt Peninsula OB 10.5, Marcellin Oc 14.11 bt Williamstown Cyms 9.13. PREMIER C THIRDS: Rd 1: Monash Blues 19.15 bt Hampton Rovers 2.6, PEGS 18.16 bt Parkdale Vultures 5.7, St Mary’s Salesian 13.9 bt Old Ivanhoe 13.5, Marcellin 16.11 bt Williamstown Cyms 10.9. DIV 1 RESERVE: Rd 1: Kew 19.17 bt Old Geelong 9.6, Bulleen Templestowe T 11.12 bt Old Mentonians 8.7, Ormond 17.11 bt Whitefriars Oc 3.6, St Mary’s Salesian 22.9 bt Yarra Valley OB 11.9. DIV 2 RESERVE: Rd 1: Mhsob 14.21 bt St Johns Oc 4.5, Old Paradians 14.7 bt Northern Blues 12.14, Ivanhoe 16.10 bt Richmond Central 11.9. DIV 3 RESERVE: La Trobe University 20.14 bt Eley Park Sharks 7.5, Emmaus St Leos 10.16 bt Albert Park 6.7, Swinburne University 18.8 bt Glen Eira 2.12, Uhs-Vu 13.11 bt Power House 6.16, West Brunswick 15.19 bt Hawthorn 4.2.

In the VAFA, Williamstown CYMS made its Premier C debut. But on the day it unfurled its 2014 division 1 flag, the side coughed up 33 goals in a 124-point loss to Marcellin at Fearon Reserve. The VFL starts its season this weekend with Footscray in a grand final rematch with Box Hill Hawks at the Whitten Oval at midday on Saturday. Williamstown will face Northern Blues at IKON Park at 2.15pm.

DIV 4 RESERVE: Box Hill North 24.18 bt Mt Lilydale 9.4, Point Cook 9.8 bt Manningham Cobras 8.7, Cantebury 27.10 bt Parkside 0.2. U19 SEC 2: Parkdale Vultures 21.11 bt Caulfield Grammarians 3.6, St Bedes/Mentone Tigers 16.6 bt Collegians 4.5, Whitefriars 16.15 bt Old Brighton 4.3, Mazenod 15.8 bt Marcellin 3.8 bt Fitzroy 11.13 bt Old Ivanhoe Grammarians 10.15. U19 PREMIER: De La Salle 11.22 bt Old Melburnians 5.8, St Bernards 19.20 bt Old Scotch 7.12, Old Xaverians 10.18 bt Beaumaris 10.13, Old Trinity 13.11 bt University Blacks 6.11. U19 SEC 3: Williamstown Cyms 14.7 bt Old Camberwell Grammarians 6.3, Old Geelong 21.13 bt Ormond 7.6, Hampton Rovers 18.10 bt St Bernards 8.6. U19 SEC 4: Therry Penola OB 9.12 bt Old Haileyburians 9.11, Parkdale Vultures 21.13 bt Melbourne High School Old Boys 8.7, Northern Blues 18.15 bt Monash Blues 5.8, Beaumaris 22.10 bt Oakleigh 5.14, Peninsula Ob 24.20 bt Point Cook 4.2, St Kevins Ob 14.13 bt De La Salle Oc 11.6. VAFA COLTS: COL Uhs-Vu/Flemington 10.9 bt Williamstown Cyms 8.6, Mazenod 19.27 bt Old Paradians 3.4, Ivanhoe 28.20 bt University Blues 9.10. CLUB XVIII: Old Xaverians 11.15 bt Richmond Central 6.7, Hawthorn 25.24 bt Prahran Assumption 2.2, Ivanhoe Afc Won By Forfeit Old Geelong La Trobe University Afc 21.17 bt North Old Boys/St Patricks College 4.7, Kew 19.18 bt Uhs-Vu Afc 4.7, Albert Park 14.13 bt West Brunswick 9.9, St Francis Xavier Oc 16.22 bt Westbourne Grammarians 5.3.

Q BASEBALL MELBOURNE WINTER LEAGUE: A: Greens 4 bt GMBC 3, Nth Balwyn 8 bt Heath 4, Knox 7 bt For Hill 2. A-Res: GMBC 8 bt Greens 0, Nth Balwyn 14 bt Heath 7, Knox 12 bt For Hill 5. B: Donc 9 bt Lat Uni 5, NC Rebels 9 bt Dia Ck 4, West 11 bt Mon Uni 4, Wav 4 bt Melb Uni 1. B-Res: Donc 15 bt Lat Uni 0, N C Rebels 15 bt Dia Ck 10, Melb Uni 12 bt Wav 1. C: Foots 8 bt M Majors 0, Stk 7 bt Nth Balwyn 5, GMBC 7 bt Pan Hill 6, Wh Hill 6 bt Bund 2. C-Res: Foots 16 bt M Majors 6, Stk 8 bt Nth Balwyn 4, GMBC 8 bt Pan Hill 6. A3: Wats 17 bt For Hill 5, Knox 10 bt Wav 4, Melb Uni 7 bt Heath 2, Ring 10 bt GMBC 5, Resch 21 bt Greens 4. A4: For Hill 17 bt Wats 3, Knox 9 bt Wav 0, Heath 13 bt Melb Uni 8, Ring 25 bt GMBC 4, Greens 6 bt Resch 1. D: Nth Balwyn 9 bt Ring 8, Mon Uni 5 bt For Hill 4, Upwey 10 bt NC Rebels 5. DR: Ring 17 bt Nth Bal 0, Nth Lions 15 bt Mon Uni 2, Upwey 14 bt NC Rebels 0, G Iris 12 bt Heath 2. EL: Donc 11 bt M Majors 4, For Hill 15 bt Nth Balwyn 2, Croy 19 bt Knox 6, West 3 bt Lat Uni 2. EE: Melb Uni 14 bt Donc 3, Nth Balwyn 14 bt For Hill 6, Wats 12 bt Foots 5, Knox 11 bt Croy 3, Resch/Dia Ck 17 bt Lat Uni 8. U17 Combined: Nth Balwyn S 13 bt Chelt 1, Dingley 11 bt Nth Balwyn H 0. U17 RD: Heath 7 bt Ring 0, Knox 10 bt Croy 4, Nth Balwyn 10 bt Dingley 4. U17 DV: Wats 21 bt Dia Ck 2, GMBC/Donc 16 bt GMBC E 3, Greens 20 bt Ess 5.

Q RUGBY RUGB UNION VRU: Dewar Shield: Melbourne Uni 58 bt Moorabbin 20, Footscray 24 bt Power House 10, Harlequin 50 bt Southern Districts 27, Box Hill 32 bt Melbourne 31. P2: Melbourne University 78 bt Moorabbin 7, Footscray 26 bt Power House 23, Harlequinn28 bt Southern Districts 19, Melbourne 38 bt Box Hill 32. P3: Moorabbin 23 bt Melbourne Uni 13, Power House 34 bt Footscray 0, Harlequin 15 bt Southern Districts 3, Melbourne 40 bt Box Hill 8. P4: Harlequin 5 bt Southern Districts 0, Colts Harlequin 31 bt Melbourne Uni 15. A Grade: Wyndham City 18 bt Kiwi Hawthorn 15, Shepparton 28 bt Northern 0, Geelong 12 bt Eltham 11, Maroondah 57 bt Melton 10. B Grade: Cerberus 61 bt Ballarat 19, Bendigo 43 Eltham 5. Women: Moorabbin 25 bt Uni Panthers 0, Power House 32 bt HQ/Souths 10.

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COMPARISON RATE ¥

(E)

(C)

2011 HOLDEN CAPTIVA LX 7 SEAT

Luxury Leather Interior, Sat Nav, Great Value. 1AC9TV

COMPARISON RATE ¥

VW

(D)

$21,990 9.87% $81 PERWEEK $11 PERDAY DRIVE AWAY

2014 KIA CERATO S PREMIUM

NIS SA N

$22,990 9.87% $85 PERWEEK $12 PERDAY DRIVE AWAY

19,990

18,890

$

Sat Nav, Camera, Alloys, Electrics, Cruise Control, Low Kms. 1DQ8IN

7 Leather Seats, History, Auto, Leather, Luxury Model, DVD Player. WGY670

Low Kms, Tow Bar, Cruise. XIT878

USED CARS

Performance Plus, Sports Seating & Spoilers. 1EB9KU

HOLDEN SS UTE MANUAL

7 Seats, Alloys, Electrics, Cruise, Ideal Family Car. 1EF6IB

KIA

VW

VW

(B)

2010 FORD TERRITORY TX

Sunroof, Leather Trim, 4x4, Auto. WKC043

NIS SA N

(A)

$

VW

COMPARISON RATE ¥

KIA

VW

2014 KIA CERATO S HATCH

VW

USED CARS

VW

KIA

KIA

USED CARS USED CARS

2013 HYUNDAI ACCENT ACTIVE COMPARISON RATE ¥

15,990

$

$

Bluetooth, Automatic, Electrics, Sensors, Rear Spoiler. 1CQ3OB

One Owner, Tow Pack, Automatic, Only 65,000 Km’s. UHW127

13,990

12,990

10,490

$

Only 18,000 Km’s, Auto, Full Electrics, One Owner, Immaculate. ZOW639

Value Packed, Auto, Diesel, Hatchback. WNE526

KIA

8,990

$

2003 KIA SORENTO

2008 VW GOLF TDI

Locally Owned, Automatic, Full Electrics, Tinted Windows. UBG058

NIS SA N

Low Kms, Great Value, 5 Door Hatch. XPS209

USED CARS

USED CARS

2007 HYUNDAI ELANTRA

2010 HYUNDAI GETZ SX AUTO

Automatic, Air Cond, Alloys, Low Km’s. UPT698

USED CARS

USED CARS

KIA

VW

NIS SA N

USED CARS

2007 HOLDEN BARINA

USED CARS

USED CARS

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4.9 RS

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HOLDEN VALUE IS AT ALAN MANCE

19,990

$

DRIVE AWAY

GREAT VALUE AUTO

21,990

$

DRIVE AWAY

CAPPED PRICE SERVICING

35,990

$

4 TO DRIVE CHOOSE AWAY FROM

27,990

$

DRIVE AWAY

GREAT VALUE AUTO

CRUZE EQUIPE HATCH OR SEDAN DEMOS

BRAND NEW TRAX LS WAGON MANUAL

CAPTIVA 7 LTZ AWD DIESEL AUTOMATIC DEMOS

CAPTIVA 5 LTZ WAGON AUTOMATIC DEMO

• AUTOMATIC • AIR CON • 6 AIRBAGS 1EE8EO

• 1.8 LT ENGINE • ABS • 6 AIRBAGS • CAPPED PRICE SERVICING

• 4 TO PICK FROM • SUNROOF • LEATHER TRIM • SAT NAV 1EE8OI

• PETROL • LEATHER TRIM • 6 AIRBAGS • EXCELLENT VALUE EMO 1DS9DG

ALL WITH ALAN MANCE’S 10 YEAR 175,000KM EXTENDED WARRANTY+ 1 HOLLAND DRIVE, MELTON (03) 9747 5000

Alan Mance Holden www.alanmanceholden.com.au

435 BARKLY ST, FOOTSCRAY (03) 9020 8537

4 GRAHAM ST, BACCHUS MARSH (03) 5367 4300

+See in store for full terms and conditions of warranty offer. LMCT7503

RUN OUT SALE DS3 CABRIO DSPORT

29,990 DRIVE AWAY

From Only:

$

SAVE UP TO $8,000~

WITH 6-YEAR WARRANTY* 115kW Turbo petrol engine Goes topless in 16sec at speeds or up to 110KM/H eMyWay satellite navigation

7-speaker Hi-Fi system and subwoofer 17” “Bellone” black alloy wheels MY13

DS4 DSTYLE

29,990 DRIVE AWAY

From Only:

$

SAVE UP TO $9,100~

WITH 6-YEAR WARRANTY* 120KW Petrol auto Auto lights and wipers Blind spot monitoring

Front and rear parking sensors Dual climate air conditioning MY13

DS4 DSPORT

35,990DRIVE AWAY

From Only:

$

SAVE UP TO $8,800~

WITH 6-YEAR WARRANTY* 120KW HDi auto 4.9l per 100km diesel (combine cycle) Leather trim

eMyWay satellite navigation Auto lights and wiper 18” alloys MY13

~Savings based on recommended drive away price for the DS3 Cabrio DSport MY13, DS4 DStyle 1.6 auto MY13 and DS4 DSport HDi auto MY13. *This offer applies to qualifying Citroën models purchased while stocks last. Warranty & 6 Year/90,000 Km (whichever comes first) Capped Price Servicing Plan subject to the new vehicle warranty terms and conditions which are available at: www.citroen.com.au/citroen-6-year-warranty. Excludes Berlingo. †Drive away price, includes metallic paint. Image for illustrative purposes only.

ALAN MANCE CITROËN 419-425 BARKLY STREET, FOOTSCRAY PH: 1300 948 578 LMCT4976 59 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 15, 2015


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