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Above: The proposed new bridge over the Maribyrnong River. Left: The proposed freeway running above Footscray Road. Below: Northern portal of the planned West Gate Tunnel. (Pictures: Supplied)

truck bans being announced for their streets through the Environment Effects Statement process. Western suburbs Greens MP Colleen Hartland said putting more freight on rail could remove 3000 trucks from local streets and that the $500 million West Gate Distributor project that Labor took to the last election could have had a similar impact while saving Victorians $1 billion had it been built. reports: Page 7

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A long fought battle to ban trucks on residential Yarraville and Footscray streets has been won but the transport industry and residents of adjacent suburbs have slammed the decision. Premier Daniel Andrews announced the 24/7 truck bans in Footscray on Sunday while unveiling the final design for the rebranded $5.5 billion West Gate Tunnel. The toll road project includes twin tunnels beneath Yarraville, from the West Gate Freeway to the Maribyrnong River, and an elevated freeway above Footscray Road to CityLink and the city. It’s to be built from early 2018 by a consortium led by John Holland and CPB Contractors. Once construction is complete in 2022, non-local trucks will be banned on Yarraville’s Francis Street and Somerville Road and Footscray’s Buckley and Moore Streets. The Maribyrnong Truck Action Group, which has campaigned for a decade to reduce trucks on local roads, has celebrated the bans as an end to “the unjust and toxic situation”. Secretary Martin Wurt said MTAG would now campaign for quality tunnel filtration. But the announcement has stirred anger in the trucking industry and among Spotswood residents who say they will be paying for Yarraville’s protection from trucks with increased pollution from a widened West Gate Freeway and a new truck ramp adjacent to Donald McLean Reserve. Better West spokeswoman Christine Harris said the consultation process had been “a sham” and that Transurban’s unsolicited freeway proposal was designed to attract rather than reduce truck traffic in the area. “Why is the Andrews government facilitating a multinational profit-driven road monopoly that locks in the people of the west because they have no other transport choice due to decades of neglect in providing decent public transport?” she asked. The Victorian Transport Association has warned truck bans will increase pressure on freight operators already slugged with heavy CityLink toll increases. Williamstown MP Wade Noonan said the West Gate Tunnel would create 6000 jobs and be the biggest infrastructure investment in the west since the West Gate Freeway. He welcomed the truck bans and the creation of new open space in Altona North and Footscray saying it would transform the liveability of the inner west. Mr Noonan moved to assure Spotswood residents there was still a chance of further

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Council invites community comment on the draft Human Rights and Social Justice Framework 20172021, which is an update on the framework first established by Council in 2013. This framework provides a foundation for Council’s commitment, actions and advocacy to protect human rights and promote social justice in the City of Maribyrnong.

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For more information and to have your say on the framework visit: www.yourcityyourvoice.com.au by 27 April. As usual we’ve also got some great activities for everyone to enjoy in the City of Maribyrnong this month.

Sessions will be offered in English, Mandarin, Vietnamese and Spanish.

Our free Get Active Expo is underway, it gives people of all ages the chance to take part in a range of exercise or sporting programs and will run until 26 April.

For more information about session times and making a booking, contact the Maribyrnong Library Service on 9688 0290.

There’s the added bonus to get involved with each participant receiving a free ten visit pass to Maribyrnong Aquatic Centre or RecWest Footscray.

Active seniors come on down to MAC!

Also there’s still time to be our guest out West! Take part in the Eat Drink Westside program, part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival that runs until 9 April. The program turns the spotlight on some of our fantastic restaurants in the West and some wonderfully, delicious cooking classes. We delight in delivering quality events and activities to bring our community together find out more about what is happening at our libraries, aquatic centre and community centres by visiting: www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au Cr Catherine Cumming Mayor of the City of Maribyrnong

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The West is Best. Food, Beer & Wine Fest 9 April, 12pm Up In Smoke, 28 Hopkins Street, Footscray

Best of all MAC programs are delivered by friendly qualified staff, are lots of fun and you can also stay afterwards and spend some time having a coffee with your new training buddies. In April, if you sign up to one of MAC’s 12 month upfront or direct debit memberships you will receive a backpack and welcome pack worth over $50.

ECO CORNER Bug Detectives Nature Play Thursday 13 April Pipemakers Park, Van Ness Avenue, Maribyrnong. Celebrate Nature Play Week with Maribyrnong City Council! These nature play workshops will include an interactive talk about the plants and animals of the river and bushland areas, followed by a series of activities, including bug hunting with bug jars, magnify glasses and field guides. Come along and explore with us! Adult supervision is required. Free events, bookings essential. Session 1 for 3-5years: 10am-11.30am Go to: http://bit.ly/2n1R52i Session 2 for 6-10years: 12noon-1.30pm Go to: http://bit.ly/2nEmaw9

Corner Hyde and Napier Streets, Footscray 3011 PO Box 58 Footscray VIC 3011 Email: email@maribyrnong.vic.gov.au

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Comedy Zone Asia 8 April, 6pm (Doors open at 5.30pm) Kindred Bar – 3 Harris Street, Footscray

They are superstars across Asia, and they’re coming to Footscray for one night only! This is your chance to grab a huge and hilarious dose of comedy culture!

Friday 26, 8am, Inner Melbourne Action Plan Implementation Committee to be held at Melbourne City Council.

Street Address: Postal Address: Tel: 9688 0200

For more information on all events and bookings: festivalcity.com.au

Comedy Zone Asia brings together a cast of international comedians from across South East Asia.

Tuesday 23, 6.30pm, City Development Special Committee

For more information contact Maternal and Child Health administration on 9688 0200 or www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au

Two events at the Spice Bazaar Cooking School 8 April, 7pm and 9 April, 11am Spice Bazaar Cooking School, 79 Victoria Street, Seddon

Gentle Aqua on Thursdays at 2.45pm is a low impact water workout.

Tuesday 16, 6.30pm, Ordinary Council

Please ensure you bring your child’s Health Record Book and Medicare card to all immunisation sessions.

The Station Hotel 31 March – 9 April, various times 59 Napier Street, Footscray

5 of the Best in Downtown Yarraville 7-9 April, various times Yarraville Community Centre, 59 Francis Street, Yarraville

Tuesday 9, 4.30pm, Enterprise Maribyrnong Special Committee

To make a booking please contact 9688 0501.

Kabaru Enechewet (Let’s Play the Drums!) 7 and 8 April, 6pm Konjo Café Restaurant, Footscray

The Seniors Strength class on Wednesdays at 8.30am is a resistance based workout using a variety of styles to help maintain bone strength and improve health.

May

Council provides families with a weekly drop in service and an appointment service for children up to 12 months of age ONLY. Bookings taken one month in advance.

Melbourne’s west, there are still bookings available at:

Zumba Gold on Tuesdays at 8am is an easy to follow, invigorating dance class with low impact moves that helps your coordination, aerobic endurance and body strength.

Wednesday 26, 6.30pm, Ordinary Council

Agendas are available via Council’s website the Friday before a meeting at www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au/meetings

It’s the final weekend to discover new places to eat, drink and be entertained in

Calling all seniors to come down and be active at Maribyrnong Aquatic Centre (MAC). Enjoy group exercise to reduce the incidence of heart disease, improve mobility, bone density and increase your strength.

April

Meetings are held at the Maribyrnong Council Offices, corner Hyde and Napier Streets, Footscray.

Eat Drink Westside – Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 31 March – 9 April

Maribyrnong Library Service will be running free and fun sessions for holders of a Victorian Seniors Card as part of the Telstra Tech Savvy Seniors program from March to June 2017. This is a program between the Victorian Seniors Card Program and Telstra. The sessions will run over a five week period and offer guidance in a range of digital literacy skills including internet, email, cyber safety, online shopping and banking and social media as well as learning to use tablets and smart phones.

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Featuring Rizal van Geyzel (Malaysia), Neeti Palta (India), Douglas Lim (Malaysia), Jinx Yeo (Singapore) and Sumit Anand (India). Recommended for 16+ Festival City and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (MICF) have proudly partnered in 2017 to bring a selection of the best of the fest to the west! Tickets: Full $25.30, Concession $20.30 (Purchase via TryBooking or at the door) Setting Sun Short Film Festival 27-30 April, various times Sun Theatre, Yarraville A four day festival showcasing filmmakers from the western suburbs and beyond. Tickets will be available from March via the Sun Theatre. More information: http://settingsunshortfilmfestival.com.au/


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Homeless plan to launch By Benjamin Millar The roll-out of 57 new units to house the homeless in Footscray and Maidstone is all but assured with approvals in place for six of the nine sites. Maribyrnong councillors last week unanimously backed the $5 million plan by Launch Housing to set the re-locatable homes on VicRoads land along Ballarat Road. Dozens of residents campaigning against the developments packed last week’s meeting that would decide the fate of three of the sites, after another three were approved earlier. Councillors voted to follow council officer recommendations for approvals at 118, 121 and 125 Ballarat Road, for a combined 14 one-bedroom units, despite 82 objections.

The objections related to lack of carparking, inconsistency with neighbourhood character, variations to ResCode, waste collection and the “types” of people expected to be residing in the dwellings. Resident David Bird told the meeting he was concerned by the “vast number of dwellings”, the project’s scale and property devaluation. Verena Kostadinov said the proposal failed to respect the neighbourhood character and “diminishes the style and feel of the neighbourhood”. Katherine Gow said the proposed dwellings were of a sub-standard design and poor quality, sending a message that the homeless should be willing to accept inferior housing. Speaking in support of the proposal, Kate Breen of HousingAIM said councils had a

planning obligation to enable diverse housing types. Launch Housing representative Hong Young Tsao said the proposal to use the unused land was about giving “a fair go” to some of the 22,000 people in Victoria that identify as homeless. Councillor Sarah Carter, who moved the motion to support the project at 125 Ballarat Road, said housing was a fundamental human right. She said tenant selection would need to be carefully managed and that she would prefer the units were not provided to “complex or high-need” tenants. Decisions regarding the final three sites will be made by the council in coming months.

Do you work here? The trials and tribulations of working in retail are being aired for the world to see in a new web comedy series co-starring Yarraville actor Stephanie Evison Williams. A pilot episode of Rostered On was filmed last year and went viral online, giving the creators the confidence to create a six-part series, which airs from this week. A trailer for the new series also struck a chord, attracting more than 12 million views. The independent comedy centres on the day-to-day struggles of working for a faceless retail corporation known as Electroworld. Evison Williams features as Sara, the wife of central character Shaun, played by Paul Moore of Winners & Losers fame. “They have a great relationship; Sara is more go-with-the-flow of the two and encouraging him to pursue other things, given he is so tired of the retail world,” Evison Williams said. The series is based on the years spent working in retail by writer-director Ryan Chamley. Evison Williams said Chamley has given the cast a lot of freedom to ad lib, meaning much of the comedy has been improvised. There are high hopes of the series being picked up for streaming by Netflix. But for now, Evison Williams is delighted to see it gaining so much attention online. “I think it’s important as a performer to diversify. “I started my career as a music theatre performer, but the web is a great medium for independent film productions, it’s so immediate,” she said. “The immediacy is what I have missed with film and television – it’s what I got so much satisfaction from in theatre.” The first episode of the six-part series is now online via www.facebook.com/rosteredon. Benjamin Millar

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An artist’s image of 637 Melbourne Road, Spotswood. (Supplied)

Developer wins five year battle A developer has gained approval for a five-storey apartment complex in Spotswood, after five years battling residents, Hobsons Bay council and the state’s planning tribunal. The council last week granted Planning & Property Partners (PPP) a permit for a five-storey and a three-storey building at 637 Melbourne Road. The development will comprise 35 two-bedroom dwellings and 42 car spaces. PPP, acting for Melbourne Cup Pty Ltd (a subsidiary of Omni Property Group), originally applied to build an eight-storey and a three-storey building with 74 dwellings on the site in 2012. Plans then changed to one eight-storey building with 56 apartments, which was refused by the council in 2014. Before the council’s decision was unsuccessfully challenged on appeal to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, plans were scaled back to five storeys. The latest proposal, advertised in February, was amended according to VCAT recommendations and was last week approved by the council with a raft of conditions. PPP director Paul Little told Star Weekly the final proposal was “respectful of the character of the area and the amenity of nearby residents”. “The proposal that was considered by council [last week] has clearly been revised specifically to deal with the issues that council raised previously, and indeed we’re very pleased with the officer’s detailed assessment, and ratification of that assessment by the council. “The proposal has been designed to transition from five levels on the eastern half of the site at the Melbourne Road interface and down to three levels on the western side.” Nearby at 455 Melbourne Road, Newport, The Shakespeare Group is developing a five-storey, 34-dwelling apartment complex, being marketed as ‘The New’. Goya Dmytryshchak

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The funny side of life Magic tricks and John Farnham tracks are just part of the fun as inner-west artists unveil their Melbourne International Comedy Festival shows. Hayley Butcher’s comedy festival debut explores a new mum’s identity crisis … to the music of John Farnham. Running from April 11 to 23 at the Forum Theatre’s Ladies Lounge, Pressure Down traces how John Farnham’s hits saved Butcher from a postnatal existential crisis, triggered by burnt dinners, terrifying park mums and back-handed comments from well-meaning in-laws. Back for their third year at the famous Speigeltent, Alex and Luke are once again ready to cast their spell over Melbourne kids. At 2pm daily, Tuesday to Sunday until

April 16, Make Your Parents Disappear! combines jaw-dropping magic with audience participation, wrapped up in a madcap story about two magic brothers devising solutions to childhood problems. Seddon comedian Perri Cassie’s Channel Perri is on at The Unknown Union @ 1000 £ Bend, 361 Little Lonsdale Street, nightly from April 12-23, while on Saturday, April 8, a one-of-a-kind showcase will bring comedians from across Asia to Kindred Studios, Footscray. It will feature the talents of Rizal van Geyzel (Malaysia), Neeti Palta (India), Douglas Lim (Malaysia), Jinx Yeo (Singapore) and Sumit Anand (India). Bookings: comedyfestival.com. au or 1300 660 013. Benjamin Millar

Sixteen trees on the site of the former Eastona Park Primary School site at Altona North have been removed by the education department. A department spokesman said a report by arborists and an ecologist deemed the trees high risk because of falling branches.

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Hobsons Bay council has released its biodiversity strategy for community feedback. The strategy looks at the protection of the municipality’s natural environment. The report and online forms are available on the council’s website. The deadline for submissions is April 29.

Bulldog Sid calls it a day

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Hobsons Bay Caravan Park is being demolished. (Justin McManus)

No place to call home By Goya Dmytryshchak and Miki Perkins More than 20 residents of Hobsons Bay Caravan Park are pleading for more time to find homes as demolitions take place around them. The Williamstown North park in Kororoit Creek Road is closing after the prime site was sold and rezoned for a three-storey, 108-dwelling development. But with the closure goes housing for some

of Melbourne’s most vulnerable low-income residents, who had been paying $130 a week, plus outgoings. Housing advocates say many of the caravan park’s former residents could end up sleeping rough in Melbourne’s CBD. Some have moved to other caravan parks. Most have accepted places in rooming houses or emergency accommodation. “Each closure of a caravan park means one less option of last resort,” says Jenny Smith, the head of the Council to Homeless Persons.

“This explains why we’re seeing more people sleeping rough on our streets.” The 120-odd residents have been given notice, but 24 are this month scheduled to appear before the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal to plead for extra time. A hearing listed for last Wednesday was adjourned until Monday. About 20 per cent of residents were deemed “high-risk” because of age or health, and have managed to secure public places, catapulted to the top of the 30,000-strong waiting list.

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A man accused of groping a child at a Selena Gomez concert has had his bail revoked after allegedly exposing himself on public transport. Police allege the 30-year-old groped a child and a woman at the US pop star’s concert at Margaret Court Arena on August 6 last year. The Altona Meadows man faced Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday on fresh charges. He allegedly exposed himself twice on the 412 bus between Laverton and Footscray on March 6 while on bail. He is also charged with possessing child pornography images and videos, as well as two counts of stalking. The man’s bail was revoked on Wednesday following the most recent charges, the court heard. Police prosecutor Senior Constable Giovanni Lazzaro said it took a year and a half for police to investigate the child pornography charge, which involved a great deal of technological analysis. The man is also facing charges of groping and rubbing against a person in a sexual manner without their consent. About 18 witnesses, including children, are expected to give evidence in relation to the groping charges, the court heard. The man’s lawyer, Kimberly Phair, said her client suffered depression and suicidal thoughts, and had asked to see a psychologist. He was remanded to face court again on April 21. Jane Lee, The Age

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Bumpy ride for cycle plan By Benjamin Millar A new elevated cycling route from the Maribyrnong River to the CBD has been cautiously welcomed by some cyclists, but panned by others as “green-washing”. The 2.5 kilometre “veloway” would be suspended beneath a freeway raised above Footscray Road as part of the rebranded West Gate tunnel project, connecting with a new bridge over Footscray Road near Costco. The enclosed pathway would be part of 14 kilometres of new and upgraded cycling and walking paths in the project, including the Federation Trail’s missing link, a new path along Hyde Street and a new bridge over Whitehall Street next to Yarraville Gardens, near where cyclist Arju Baglar, a mother of two, died after colliding with a truck on March 10. The proposal has been welcomed by some cyclists as a quicker route with fewer traffic lights, as others question whether it will ever be built and suggest it is being used to ‘greenwash’ the freeway project. Bicycle Victoria has backed the veloway and the addition of new bike lanes from Dynon Road into the west end of the city. But community group Western Connection expressed wariness at the public “being sold a corporate monstrosity lined with promises of trinkets and frills”. Williamstown MP Wade Noonan said the new cycling infrastructure will mean almost entirely off-road cycling routes between Werribee and the CBD. “This new path will take cyclists and pedestrians away from that dangerous intersection of Somerville Road and Whitehall Street,” he said. “Upon completion, this will be some of the best walking and cycling infrastructure anywhere in Victoria.”

The proposed extension to the Federation Trail (top), and the proposed new shared path bridge over Whitehall Street. (Pictures: supplied)

Western suburbs Greens MP Colleen Hartland accused Labor of blackmailing people rather than caring about cycling safety. “They are really spruiking this bike route, but

the fact is they could do this right now if they wanted to, rather than waiting until 2022 and using it to blackmail people into supporting Transurban’s massive new freeway.”

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Plan to bring trugo home The return of the west’s very own sport is a step closer after a concept plan to revitalise the former Footscray Trugo Club was put out for public feedback. Maribyrnong councillors last week voted unanimously to seek views on a proposal that would return trugo to its former home at 139 Buckley Street, while opening up the space for broader community use. The plan involves upgrading the lawn, seating, shelters and fencing while a further report is proposed for the future of the dilapidated pavilion on the 630 square-metre site. Refurbishing the existing pavilion, including installing a new toilet, has been estimated to cost $370,000. Other plans include removing the pavilion and replacing it with a shelter with storage, at a cost of $120,000 or $200,000 with a toilet. Footscray Trugo Club co-president Justin Mansfield told last week’s council meeting the trugo site had operated from 1937 to 2009, and was a strong part of the area’s sporting and social fabric. “There has been a groundswell of local support and we’re really gratified and feel privileged council is looking to support its return,” he said. Councillor Mia McGregor said returning trugo would be a good opportunity to revitalise the space, while Cr Sarah Carter said it was positive to see the community take the lead. Benjamin Millar

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Fine furore, fingers point at post By Goya Dmytryshchak and Benjamin Millar

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Fines totalling more than $1 million have been issued to 13,875 registered voters in Hobsons Bay and Maribyrnong alleged to have failed to vote in last year’s council elections. The Victorian Electoral Commission (VEC) has issued 7972 infringement notices to voters in Maribyrnong and 5903 in Hobsons Bay. Seabrook resident Antoinette Gerada said she received a $78 fine, despite posting her vote before the due date at Point Cook town centre. “I was utterly shocked,” she said. “I heard on 3AW that hundreds of people who had voted, like myself, received fines and were blaming Australia Post. “However, I posted mine together with my two adult sons at the same time … I have spoken with the VEC and have applied for an internal review.” West Footscray resident Rachel Allan said she and her husband sent off their postal votes together. “He then received a letter asking why he didn’t vote – I didn’t get a letter, so obviously mine went through,” she said. “He noted on this letter that he did vote, and we have now received an infringement notice. “What are we meant to do?” Other residents have complained of being fined despite voting, and of not receiving failure to vote notices allowing them to explain that they had voted. An Australia Post spokesman said “all ballot papers were delivered as addressed and according to our delivery timetables”, while VEC spokesman Lawson Fletcher said many votes were invalid because they were dated or mailed after October 21, a requirement he said was “clearly detailed in voting material.”

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Artist Geoffrey Ricardo has been toiling away in a Sunshine foundry hand-making eight giant sculptures for the Kororoit Creek Trail. The celebrated artist says he’s spending six days a week holed up in Fundere Fine Art Foundry to ensure the 3.3-metre tall figures are completed before his July deadline. He first makes the steel frames, then coats these with resin and mesh. Eventually, each piece will weigh as much as 300 kilograms and have an outer marble shell. In September last year, Hobsons Bay council awarded Ricardo a $330,000 commission, funded by Toyota, to produce the art works for the Altona North trail. The Brooklyn resident says each figure represents a “spirit” of the creek-side landscape, walking or pausing along its banks, a “ reflection and discussion of the many things we are as human beings”. The sculpture with an armful of birds (pictured) is “a guardian of the creek”. It holds Indigenous birds that have returned since the Friends of Kororoit Creek began rehabilitating the waterway. “There’s the planes flying overhead,” Ricardo says of the figure leaning back, its face tilted to the sky. Each sculpture will have a poem at its base, written by an Australian author about the work. Alexandra Laskie

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When Maribyrnong College teacher Aaron Hester lost his nine-year-old daughter Lily to cancer in 2014, he felt his whole world crumble. Yet from his sense of helplessness and grief grew a burning desire to help other families faced with childhood cancer – and so the Life for Lily Foundation was born. “In 2013, my daughter Lily was diagnosed with an extremely rare liver cancer and within 11 months we lost her,” he said. “A year later we created the Life for Lily Foundation, after a period that seemed like a haze, to raise awareness of childhood cancer,

which claims the lives of three Australian children every week.” Mr Hester and a team of cyclists took off from the Children’s Cancer Institute in Sydney on Saturday on the Ride for Lily, eager to raise more than $200,000 for cancer research and treatment. “Cancer treatments for children are very expensive,” Mr Hester said. “We’re hoping to help more families through this.” The riders are wending their way along the east coast of New South Wales before crossing the alpine high country on their way to the

Salvo fired in waste war By Goya Dmytryshchak The Salvation Army in Altona is fearful it will be swamped with rubbish over Easter and is pleading with people to stop using its local church and op shop as a “free tip”. Captain Matthew Kean said it was costing the Salvos a tonne of money to dispose of poor-quality donations and, in some cases, plain rubbish. “We don’t want to take the road of prosecuting people and looking through digital camera video,” he said. “I would probably be more inclined to think that people are taking advantage of not having to pay for tip fees – because they’re ridiculous. “Our problem just continues to persist. “Sometimes we’ll come in and there will be couches and old mattresses and old cupboards that are just rubbish. The other day we got a couch that was … it was just absolute filth.”

He said each week the Salvos paid for a giant bin to be emptied, and also did tip runs to dispose of the rubbish. Mr Kean said holidays such as Easter were notorious for dumping. He said the money being spent on disposal could otherwise be going to people in need. “We had quite a big operation at Christmas: we fed heaps of families, put on Christmas dinners and stocked people’s shelves with food,” Mr Kean said. “So, we asked for a tonne of donations. But, my goodness, the stuff that came in that rubbish was ridiculous.” The Salvation Army seeks quality donations and cannot accept white goods or electrical items. Captain Matthew Kean at the Savlos bins where people have been dumping rubbish. (Joe Mastroiannni)

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Blues club puts down new roots By Goya Dmytryshchak The best-known blues club in Melbourne’s west has found a new home in Newport. The Way Out West (WOW) Roots Music Club, formerly at the now-closed Williamstown RSL Club, will be based at the Newport Bowls Club. WOW president Rob Rowe, who is also the Williamstown RSL sub-branch president, said the music club had quickly developed a reputation after forming more than 15 years ago.

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MY PLACE Newport’s Craig Marshall will this month abseil 27 storeys down Melbourne’s St James building for Anglicare’s Altitude Shift event to raise money for young people in care. He speaks with Goya Dmytryshchak. What’s your connection to Hobsons Bay? My connection to Hobsons Bay goes back to childhood when I would come over with the family via the old steam ferry … in Port Melbourne, to come and visit Williamstown and go to the Newport Railway Museum and things like that. In ’86, I was the third youth development worker for the city of Williamstown. I bought a house in Williamstown North and settled in and became embedded in the community and joined what’s now called the Williamstown Music Theatre Company – it used to be the Light Opera Company – and did lots of jolly productions there like The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas and Grease. I used to play the comedic roles. I was pretty heavily involved in the old Williamstown Festival. I moved to Newport in ’96 when I got married.

Newport Lakes – I live next to Newport Lakes now. And I love all the schools in the area for my children. I love the waterfront and the beaches, Nelson Place and the piers, and Sea Shepherd. I go and visit MV Steve Irwin when it’s in. I love the community. That’s what drove me back to raise my family. It’s such a fantastic community, lots of sport, sports-mad people, lots of choice, good facilities. What would you change? I think I’d want to ensure that property development is appropriate for the area and shifts more towards sustainability. I’m quite

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ancestors by undertaking a test and raising funds to keep children safe, and healing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual wounds of those bairn who have suffered. For more information about Altitude Shift and to register, visit altitudeshift.org.au, or support Craig Marshall’s efforts at altitudeshift2017. everydayhero.com/au/IanCraigMarshall

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CHANGES TO THE RESIDENTIAL ZONES ACROSS VICTORIA The Victorian Government has reformed the residential zones that apply across metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria. This has changed the rules around how new dwellings can be developed in Hobsons Bay. The zone changes were introduced into the Victorian Planning System on 27 March 2017. They make substantial changes to the General Residential Zone (GRZ), Neighbourhood Residential Zone (NRZ) and slight changes to the Residential Growth Zone (RGZ) and Mixed Use Zone (MUZ).

What are the changes? The key changes include: • an increase in the maximum height of buildings in the GRZ from a discretionary height of nine metres to a mandatory height of 11 metres (new three storey height limit); • removal of the limit to the number of dwellings that can be built on land in the NRZ; • a new mandatory requirement for a minimum garden area to be provided in residential developments in the GRZ and NRZ (for lots greater than 400 square metres); • the minimum garden area requirements also apply to single dwellings on a lot that do not require a planning permit.

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How does this impact me? The majority of residentially zoned land in Hobsons Bay is within the GRZ. Council is working on reviewing all residential zones in the city to ensure the zones are applied appropriately. If you are planning on developing new dwellings or extending an existing dwelling, then these changes may affect you.

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Sunday, May 7 Way Out West Roots Music Club hosts the first gig at its new home, featuring Todd Hart who has toured extensivly as lead vocalist with Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame band Savoy Brown. From 2pm, $15 ($10 WOW members) 4 Market Street, Newport

Join a day of music, beer and paella at Studio Raw Materials, 11am-6pm, Sunday, April 23. Enjoy local craft beer, Spanish paella cooked in oversized pans and music from the likes of John McNamara Soul Band, Andrea Marr and Safari Motel. Free entry, 148 Cowper Street, Footscray.

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New exhibition Close to you: The Lisa Bellear Picture Show opens 6-8pm Thursday, April 6, at VU MetroWest, 138 Nicholson Street, Footscray.

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The Setting Sun Short Film Festival will be held at the Sun Theatre in Yarraville from April 27 until 30. Entries include quirky comedy, film noir-style fantasies, claymation, and documentaries, made by locals. ■ settingsunshortfilmfestival.com.au

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Jas Stephens: 9316 9000 Price: $1.7 million– $1.8 million Auction: April 8 at 1.30pm

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The high pitch of the original Victorian roofline set above beautiful lacework and lead-lit windows, established gardens and a superb renovation, create a stunning impression. The wide hallway and high ceilings lead to four large bedrooms, three with functioning fireplaces and built-in wardrobes. The main bedroom has a spa en suite. A big living room has a pot-belly fireplace. The kitchen is finished with stone surfaces, island bench and bespoke cafe windows sympathetic to the heritage of the property. The kitchen opens up to a faultless entertaining deck and pergola with views to a large backyard landscaped to create an inner-city oasis. Extras are hydronic heating, a Coonara combustion heater and a split-system.

This stunning family residence boasts generous rooms and loads of period detail, quality fixtures and a large backyard. Meticulously maintained and renovated, the house has generous living spaces either side of the entry way. Hardwood timber doors and period ceiling details create a sense of character. The gorgeous modern kitchen – with stone benchtops, two dishwashers and other Bosch stainless-steel appliances – overlooks a generous family-meals area with views of the lush backyard. There are three bedrooms in total, all with bespoke built-in wardrobes that blend seamlessly with the period theme. The main bedroom has plenty of natural light and a contemporary en suite. Hydronic heating and air-conditioning have been installed. Enjoy the stroll to Footscray’s cosmopolitan delights and make the trip to Footscray market a family tradition.

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WILLIAMSTOWN 12/53 Morris Street, 3016

Sweeney Estate Agents Footscray: 9689 8388 Auction: April 8 at 2pm

Williams: 9397 2000

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Auction: April 22 at 1.30pm

A beautifully restored period facade and welcoming front verandah lead to two big bedrooms, one with a floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobe. Walk on hardwood flooring to a stunning main bathroom with over-sized tiling, frameless shower, feature vanity and floating toilet. The main living room and kitchen share extra-height period ceilings with ornate plasterwork. The kitchen is simple, contemporary and attractive, with cream tile splashback, twin-door stainless-steel dishwasher, 900ml entertainer’s oven and gas cooktop. Over-sized, wood-framed glass sliding doors lead to the fantastic, fully-finished downlit indoor/outdoor space with plastered walls, TV point, weather blinds and a powder room set within the stylish laundry with hardwood benchtops. Step down to plenty of backyard. Extras include air-conditioning and off-street parking for one car.

This fully renovated flat is within easy walking distance of Williamstown beach, dog park, Williamstown station and the delights of Nelson Place. Second only to the location in terms of allure is the impressive backyard on title. Light, bright spaces dressed in a neutral palette include a compact white kitchen flooded with light, two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and the good-sized contemporary living room that opens out to the backyard. A bright central bathroom is set next to a separate powder room. A split-system has been installed as part of the renovation. Other features include secure entry, remote gate access and a double carport. This is a fantastic opportunity for an astute investor or owner-occupier.

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NEWPORT 7 Elgin Street, 3015 hockingstuart Williamstown: 9393 0000 In the 1930s, when the country was re-building from the Depression, Melbourne was alive with hope and dreams of prosperity. But surely the builders of this character-packed and practical family house could never have imagined the stunning residence it would become in the 21st century. This property is special. The couple who did a top-to-tail renovation in the early 2000s did so with quality in mind. Located off North Road and in a lovely

Price: Contact agent

Auction: April 8 at 2.30pm

family-friendly pocket of Newport, the property has a beautiful established garden and a wide, decked front porch. Step inside and soaring ceilings draw the eye. As part of the renovation, the ceilings throughout were raised, including those in a blow-out extension at the rear, ensuring every space is well proportioned. They include the en suite and walk in wardrobe in the main bedroom at the front of the house, the second and third bedrooms and the stunning main bathroom off the wide, hardwood-floored hallway.

One of the great things about this property is the storage. In the hallway there is a triple-doored cupboard. The full-sized laundry has loads of cupboard space, as well. Every window has been dressed in made-to-measure curtains, helping to make this house feel like a home. The open-plan living, dining and meals area is an inviting, warm and relaxing space that invites entertaining in style. A gas fireplace is large enough to warm the whole house. Double french doors open to a large and

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40 Florence Street

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12 Durkin Street

NEWPORT

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5/46 Kororoit Creek Road

WILLIAMSTOWN

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5/58 Mason Street

NEWPORT

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SOUTH MELBOURNE Call 0411 648 509

Sat 8 April - 4.15 - 4.45

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12/53 Morris Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

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11 Margot Street

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499 Geelong Road

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1/113 Esplanade

WILLIAMSTOWN

$1,700,000 +

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At 75 Ferguson St, Williamstown

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Auctions - Saturday 29 April 4 Walter Street

WILLIAMSTOWN

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Sat 8 April - 11.30 - 12.00

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74 Alma Te T rrace

NEWPORT

Call 0404 865 018

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Newport

NEW LISTING

74 Alma Terrace

FINALLY – THE ONE! • From the moment you step inside this breathtaking property, you’ll want to call it home! Architecturally designed and fully renovated to the highest standard, this double fronted beauty off f ers the ultimate in family living ff • Generous allotment of approximately 580sqm with parking for up to three cars, adds further to the appeal of this magnificent home • Soaring ceilings, a wonderful use of light and space, and a seamless blend of indoor / outdoor living with an expansive decked entertaining area, complete with built-in BBQ and a spectacular solar heated pool • Fo F ur spacious bedrooms with built-in-robes including the magnificent master with ensuite and access to an outdoor retreat, two separate living zones and a central bathroom with a freestanding bath • Dream kitchen adorns the heart of the home boasting a walk-in pantry, marble benchtops and premium appliances • Fe F atures; solid oak floorboards, ducted heating / cooling, video intercom, alarm, ceiling fans, gas fireplace, built-in surround sound in living and master bedroom, wiring for Foxtel plus a sprinkler system • Moments from The Strand, parks, Williamstown’s shops / cafes and Newport Tr T ain Station, this home off f ers a lifestyle that is second to none! ff

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Altona North

9, 11 & 13 Clematis Ave

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY – 1950SQM APPROX. • A terrific opportunity to secure three, side-byy side allotments in a popular yarea of Altona North, approximately 650sqm each • Each site off f ers a freestanding house in basic condition with potential ff rental return while obtaining plans and permits • Explore the many options on off f er with a development of this size ff • Located within walking distance to Altona Gate Shopping Centre and less than 1km to the West Gate Freeway for easy access to the CBD • All of the above is subj b ect to council approval (STCA) bj

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Williamstown

5 Nicosia Court

HIDDEN GEM • Set in a quiet cul-de-sac location, sits this immaculate, solid brick, family home on approximately 442sqm of land • Filled with natural light and neutral colours, comprising three spacious bedrooms with built-in-robes plus a study, three generous separate living zones, bright kitchen with stainless steel appliances, two bathrooms plus a powder room • The features are endless with evaporative cooling, ducted heating, ceiling fans, two split systems, plantation shutters, automatic internal blinds, dishwasher, r surround sound, rainwater tank, outdoor entertaining area, r, large double garage and an abundance of storage • Bi-fold doors lead out to the pergola and private landscaped gardens, making this an ideal family home

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Williamstown

12/53 Morris Street

EXPANSIVE GARDEN BY THE BAY! • So rare is the opportunity to secure a ground floor apartment with an outdoor space as large as this, calling those who love to entertain outdoors and maintain a lovely garden • Refurbished throughout, the apartment comprises two double bedrooms with built-in-robes, a neat central bathroom with laundry facilities, a bright kitchen and meals area, plus a good size living room that opens out onto the garden • Located peacefully by the water and Point Gellibrand Coastal Heritage Park, it’s a quiet spot that sits conveniently close to Williamstown Tr T ain Station and is only a 10 minute walk to Nelson Place restaurant precinct • Further features include; split system heating and cooling, secure entry and remote gate access, plus two car spots under a carport

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Williamstown

4 Walter Street

SMELL THE SEA WATER • Single level, immaculate home, on a large allotment of approximately 520sqm • With three separate living zones plus a lovely and big grassed backy k ard, ky there is plenty of room for the family and entertaining • Fe F atures include; single lock-up garage, floating flooring, ceiling fans, surround sound, gas central heating, spilt systems, security shutters, dishwasher and Caesarstone benches • Located moments from Williamstown Beach, Jawbone Marine Sanctuary, shops, Williamstown North Tr T ain Station and schools

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Saturday 29 April at 11.30 55 H7 Saturday 8 April - 11.30 - 12.00

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The ‘can do’ agents.....

West Footscray 17 Braid Street Renovate And Extend Or Demolish (STCA)! The Choice Is Yours, All Set On This Substantial Residential Allotment Of 451m2 (Approx).

• Home is of liveable standard with unlimited potential to improve • The perfect new home site, demolish & create a blank canvas • Build your dream home

Yarraville 1/17 Gordon Parade Affordable Two Bedroom Villa Unit With Lock Up Garage Set In A Most Secluded Location.

•Spacious Lounge overlooking Front Yard •Separate kitchen and meals area •Central bathroom with laundry facilities •North facing paved yard opening to garage •Adjacent to parkland and walking distance to Village

Footscray 505B/2 Dennis Street Contemporary Top Floor Apartment in the Culture Hub of Footscray * Comprising x2 double sized bedrooms with BIRs both with electric heating, including master with full ensuite & private balcony * Modern kitchen with stone bench-tops, gas cook top, stainless steel electric oven, microwave & dishwasher

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Auction Saturday 8th April 11.00am Price Guide $700,000 - $750,000 Inspect Saturday 8th April fi

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10.30am - 11.00am 33 Anderson Street, Yarraville.

9687 8388

Dean Johnson 0414 397 163 Wayne Rogers 0411 854 094

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Auction Saturday 8th April 12.00pm Price Guide $430,000-$470,000 Inspect Saturday 8th April fi

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11.30am- 12.00pm 33 Anderson Street, Yarraville.

9687 8388

Dean Johnson 0414 397 163 Brigitte Bolonis 0411 158 994

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Auction Saturday 8th April 3.00pm Price Guide $365,000 - $385,000 Inspect Saturday 8th of April fi

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2.30pm - 3.00pm 320 Barkly Street, Footscray.

9689 8388

Charmaine Bui 0401 583 343 Darren Dean 0438 550 055

Footscray 37 Shephard Street Calling All Developers/Builders - A Grade Land Opportunity On Prime Terra Firma Of 324m2 With Plans And Permits *Offering approved Lobazza Bassett architect plans with town planning permit * Designed to host premium finished properties with A grade floorplates * 2 x 2 level townhomes with varying layouts + accommodation

Maribyrnong G12/20 Pier Lane Mortgagee in possession - Stylish, ground floor, Marina Apartment with a view!

•Gorgeous 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment with a great floorplan •Security entry through the East entrance of this designer building •Kitchen with dishwasher adjacent living/dining area & one bedroom opening to balcony

Avondale Heights 1 Drake Court The Perfect Family Home Set On This Glorious Expansive Garden Allotment Measuring All Of 900m2 (Approx.)

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Auction Saturday 8th April 12.00pm Price Guide POA Inspect Saturday 8th April fi Contact

11.30am - 12.00pm 320 Barkly Street, Footscray.

9689 8388

Darren Dean 0438 550 055 Rob Sarosi 0438 373 562

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10.00am-10.30am 320 Barkly Street, Footscray.

9689 8388

Terry Cooper 0411 852 508 Tracey Dean 0433 279 103

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•Ideally located in this quiet court location •Comprises – Wide entrance hall, 3 good sized bedrooms (B.I.R’s) •Formal front sitting room, heating and cooling throughout

Auction Saturday 29th April 12.00pm Price Guide $950,000 - $1,045,000 Inspect Saturday 8th April fi Contact

2.00pm - 2.30pm 33 Anderson Street, Yarraville.

9687 8388

Dean Johnson 0414 397 163 Wayne Rogers 0411 854 094

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11 Challis Street Newport

The Promise Of Significant Proportions Beautifully built by its original owners from 1952 to 1954, appreciated by the same family ever since, this charismatic three bedroom home’s exceptional allotment offers some 746m2 behind a wide 21.7m approx. frontage. Such dimensions represent a hugely rewarding opportunity to renovate or to re-develop, STCA, close to the schools, parks and shops that define the Challis Street precinct. Bungalow, carport, tandem garage and huge work-shop complete today’s picture – and enhance tomorrow’s prospects.

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1 Elphin Street Newport

Position and Potential: Perfectly Balanced

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188 Mason Street Newport

Brilliant Ideas, Beautifully Expressed This outstanding residence’s commitment to quality begins with Brad Hooper designed big picture spaces and extends to every last desirable detail. Jarrah floorboards beneath soaring double height ceilings define a stunning entertaining area while a separate living/dining domain features marble tiles, northern light and a Caesar-stone kitchen. A dual purpose

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paved backdrop adds an indoor-outdoor focus and accommodates two cars. Walk to Newport Lakes Park in a moment or two – at most!

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50 Hick Street Spotswood

60 Years Of Success, With Huge Scope Ahead Offered for the first time since it was built some 60 years ago, this double fronted post war home suggests scope for renovation or re-development, STCA, on some 738.2sqm. The enduring character of its three bedroom spaces, including a bright living room and

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separate kitchen/meals area, is complemented by the north easterly garden’s depth, width, carport and shed only moments from Edwards Reserve, Vernon Street village, the Hudsons Road café hub and Spotswood station.

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Inspect Saturday 3pm - 4pm

Williamstown Guide Auction Inspect Contact

39 Giffard Street

bed 3 | bath 1 | car 4

$2,000,000 - $2,200,000 11:00am Saturday 29th April 2017 On Site Thurs 6th April 6:00pm-6:30pm & Sat 8th April 1:00pm-1:30pm Adrian Butera 0409 099 791 Dee Gibson 0416 091 369

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Every thing about this sensational home impresses – live and entertain in 2 formal and casual areas and cook up a storm in the stunning kitchen. Accommodation is plentiful with 4 robed bedrooms, 5th bedroom/attic and spa ensuite. There’s also a loads of extras and double garage. Adding to the appeal is a short stroll to Jawbone Reserve and water plus shops, schools and transport all close by.

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15 Bird Court, Williamstown READY FOR A HIGH FLYING LIFESTYLE?

For Sale Sneak preview - register your interest AH: Mark Yusuf 0419 521 065 • 9754 6000

2/60 Kororoit Creek Road Williamstown

Bright and Brilliantly Positioned Beautifully bright, this charming townhouse benefits from brilliant surrounds where Bayside College and local shopping are literally moments away. The open plan arrangement is instantly appreciated, offering lovely lounge while a naturally advantageous northern orientation invites natural light into lovely kitchen/ dining domain. Ducted heating plus split system cooling complements the convenience of off-street

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parking for two, and a location that reaches North Williamstown Station and Williamstown beach.

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Raine  Horne Williamstown 9397 6167

38 Ferguson Street, Williamstown

63 Hobson Street, NEWPORT The Feel Good Factor 3A 1B

Auction

Some homes have it, some don’t! The magical elements of charm, a feeling of comfort and of “coming home” are the qualities that envelop you on entry to this gorgeous period classic. Laid back country charm best describes the vibe with much work done and just the right amount of scope left for you to apply your own taste and add to the capital value. Set in highly coveted bayside Newport, the waterfront will become your playground, with cafes and kindergarten nearby and parkland opposite. With Newport station handy you will be whisked in the CBD in no time. Terrific living and dining spaces are the focus, complimented by three generous bedrooms, one of which connects to the private rear garden which lends itself to providing off street vehicle accommodation via the right of way lane. Grab it now. Enjoy it and improve it.

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Agent Rosemary Jamonts 0405 535 434 Nathan Smith 0400 843 331 Price

Auction Reserve Price $950k

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49 Ferguson Street, Williamstown VIC 3016 P 03 9397 5555

NEWPORT 61 Gordon St

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4 bdrm townhouse, with 3 bthrms, 2 living rooms, a state of the art kitchen, & walk in pantry, Alfresco, inc. sink & BBQ. Inclusions: built in desk, wall units, & is pre wired for smart TV’s. Security system, timber floors, & zoned a/c to both floors. The detail & décor is cutting edge with SMEG apps, D/W, induction hot plate, citrus rear garden & a remote LUG. Adj to Newport Lakes & Park, Bayside College & Newport Gardens Primary School, & a short trip to Altona Gate, Hall St shops, & Williamstown.

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PRICE $POA AUCTION Saturday 22nd April 12:30PM VIEW Saturday 10:30 - 11:00AM AGENT Kevin Gunn M 0418 997 914 Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449

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This beautifully presented 4 bdrm home meets all the requirements of the ideal family home. Master bdrm feats WIR & ensuite. Add 3 bdrms are serviced by central bthrm. The centre piece is the modern kitchen that services both living areas. The kitchen/meals area with generous island bench top. The lounge/living area integrates with the alfresco area ideal for entertaining. Add feats inc timber flooring, S/S apps, stone bench tops, ample storage, heating & cooling. Within walking distance to schools, Newport Train Station, Newport Lakes, Newport Gardens, cafes, & a short drive to CBD.

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Plans for 2 luxury side by side dbl storey homes of just over 35sqs each are almost approved & then ready for you to get building. Alternatively you can keep the existing home complete with self-contained granny flat on the rear of this large block of approx 670sqm. The planned properties will comprise of 4 bdrms all w WIR’s & ensuites, large open plan living/kitchen/dining w walk in butler’s pantry, sep lounge room, generous laundry, sep pwdr room & upstairs study. Residents will enjoy the close proximity to all amenities inc. local schools, shops, cafes, PT & only mins to Williamstown.

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PRICE Contact Agent AUCTION Saturday 22nd April 11:00AM VIEW Saturday 10:45 - 11:15AM AGENT Ricky Peacock M 0407 770 451

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PRICE $POA AUCTION Saturday 6th May 11:30AM VIEW Thursday 6:00 - 6:30PM Saturday 11:30AM - 12:00PM AGENT Josif Hatzinikolis M 0421 699 222 Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449

Pre-purchase release offering open-plan living inc. Bosch app kitchen, master-suite with ensuite & WIR, auto-garage plus carspace. Each of these 3 bdrm, 2.5 bthrm homes have the option of a grnd-flr master suite, a sep study, central or rear position. Each home feats ducted heating & cooling plus ceiling fans, alarm, video-intercom, & a 2000L tank. Kitchen feat Stone bench tops, fully-tiled bthrms & floored with Tasmanian Oak & carpets will feat throughout. To be set in landscaped surrounds, each home will feat a courtyard with a covered outdoor area for entertaining.

PRICE Contact Agent AGENT Ricky Peacock M 0407 770 451

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Footscray 6 The Crescent

AUCTION SATURDAY

The Beauty Of the 40s, The Best Of Today A façade of classical c1940s character and renovated rooms similarly rich in period integrity are matched by this inviting residence´s renovated modern proportions - the combination not only works beautifully, it´s complemented by a location where leafy serenity and total convenience are brilliantly balanced. Period living and dining rooms that surround an evocative paneled hall lead to family room dimensions accompanied by a kitchen featuring stone benches, dual dish-washers, soft-closing cabinetry and appliances by Bosch. Beyond, this three bedroom, two bathroom home´s pergola invites entertaining, with a mains gas BBQ, against the backdrop of a gourmet´s garden. Hydronic heating, air-conditioning. Extensive sidedrive car parking. Irresistible.

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Newport 58 Alma Terrace

AUCTION SATURDAY

A Period Classic, Poised For Its Next Family Phase Last sold in 1947, this double fronted Edwardian´s great address and 587sqm approx. allotment have become even more desirable with the passage of time. Such a sought after setting complements today´s spaces and enhances spectacular potential for renovation, STCA, including the possibility of adding an upstairs level that would enjoy outstanding outlooks. Until ideas for the future take shape, appreciate the classical comfort of a central living room and a separate kitchen/meals area rich in retro character. To the rear, the garden´s depth, width and double garage reached by a side drive emphasize this home´s irresistible scope for further family success.

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Altona 9398 8888

Williamstown 8387 0000

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Yarraville 8387 0011

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Newport 74 Oxford Street Family Art Deco With Tempting Prospects The instant appeal of Art Deco character and renovated modern function that defines this four bedroom home is made even more enticing by a 837sqm block with rear ROW that points the way to any future renovation, new home or redevelopment (STCA) success. Quietly on a wide tree lined street, nearby parkland, cafes, schools and shops ensure lifestyle convenience accompanies the current day comfort of generous proportions that include three separate living domains, a gas appointed kitchen, attractive bathroom and deep rear garden with alfresco entertaining. A large shed/storage, carport and additional secure off street parking complement an immediately inviting family solution.

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Price $1,400,000 - $1,500,000 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 22nd Apr at 1.30pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 2.30 - 3.00pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Mark de Brabander 0406 536 447 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 74oxfordstreetnewport.com.au

Williamstown 15 Kingshott Close Desirable Family Design Signifying the lifestyle for which the Rifle Range Estate is renowned, luxurious family proportions have been renovated with remarkable flair so as to deliver a sophisticated response to contemporary requirements. Attraction evocative of resort-style living defines an enticing open plan arrangement opening to a breathtaking decked backdrop that gazes towards a sparkling plunge pool. Four bedroom accommodation incorporating luxurious master suite is entirely elegant. The address establishes itself as an exceptional family haven, zoned to Williamstown High School and within walking distance to North Williamstown Station, while the benefits of beautiful Jawbone Reserve parklands and trails cannot be overstated.

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BER $1,500,000 - $1,600,000 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 29th Apr at 12.30pm -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986 0433 208 312 Jacob Davis -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 15kingshottclosewilliamstown.com.au

Altona 9398 8888

Williamstown 8387 0000

Yarraville 8387 0011

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Altona 1C Boyd Street

Altona Meadows 3 Duggan Court 2

Impressive Town Residence Impressive dimensions & a position that is loaded with lifestyle advantages enhance the appeal of this 2 level townhouse. Sundrenched interiors reveal zoned living & dining spaces, a Blanco kitchen & access to a private courtyard of pleasing proportions. Upstairs, 2 bedrooms & a bathroom.

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BER $550,000 - $590,000 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 29th Apr at 2.30pm ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 10.15 - 10.45am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 1Cboydstreetaltona.com.au

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Bringing Family Into Focus This delightful 3BR home presents great bones, with room to renovate or extend if so desired (STCA). Charming semi-open floor plan offers retro kitchen/meals at its heart, with versatile dining domain, lounge & a spacious outdoor entertaining area creating a great family balance.

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BER $520,000 - $570,000 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 8th Apr at 2.30pm ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Jacob Davis 0433 208 312 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Web3duggancourtaltonameadows.com.au

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South Kingsville 4/80 Saltley Street 2

Start Out in Style A fabulous fresh aesthetic introduces this delightful 2 bedroom villa unit. Comprising immaculate tiled floors, split system comfort & a spacious living/dining area that leads out to a charming courtyard garden. A covered car space & proximity to the CBD is a convenient conclusion.

Altona 9398 8888

Williamstown 240 Coogee Lane 1

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BER $420,000 - $460,000 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 8th Apr at 11.30am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Wednesday 6.00 - 6.30pm Saturday 11.00 - 11.30am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Dean Caramia 0431 601 399 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 4/80saltleystreetsouthkingsville.com.au

Williamstown 8387 0000

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Beauty Meets Brilliance Floor to ceiling glass accentuates the sense of warehouse style space that defines this designer residence. Boasting inviting living & dining areas, an open-plan kitchen with Miele & Ilve appliances, 3 bedrooms, 2 of which are accompanied by balconies, a central study, courtyard & secure garage.

Yarraville 8387 0011

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BER $1,100,000 - $1,200,000 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Auction Sat 29th Apr at 11.30am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Inspect Saturday 11.15 - 11.45am ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986 Shannon Bushnell 0422 093 068 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Web 240coogeelanewilliamstown.com.au

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Auction Sat 8th April at 12.00 noon Inspect Saturday 11.30 - 12.00pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 41 B1

• Two large bedrooms & study • Comfortable lounge room with gas heater • Neat kitchen with dining area • Steel garage • Development site (STCA) • Land size is 600m2 (approx) • Close to schools, shops & transport

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• 3 bedrooms • Study area • Lounge room • Recently renovated kitchen adjoining meals area • Separate dining/family room • Large rumpus room with built-in bar • Bright central bathroom • Massive 4 car brick garage • Corner block, potential multi-unit development site (STCA)

Auction Sat 29th April at 12 noon Inspect Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 41 B1

• 2 bedrooms, both with BIR’s • Lounge room • Kitchen adjoining meals area • Central bathroom • Car space • Located approximately 1 kilometre to shops, schools & public transport Features: roller shutters & paved courtyard

Auction Sat 22nd April at 12.00 pm Inspect Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am Agent Sang Do 0419 935 955 Map Ref 26 C11

Auction Sat 29th April at 1.00pm Inspect Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 H4

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• 3 bedrooms • Lounge room • Neat kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright appealing bathroom • Large brick garage with remote door • Close to shops, schools, public transport also excellent access to the Western Ring Road For Sale Inspect Saturday 10.00 - 10.30am Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 26 H4

• Three bedrooms • Lounge room • Open plan kitchen & meals area • Bright central bathroom • Brilliant location, close to schools, shops, public transport & the Western Ring Road For Sale Inspect Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am Agent Sang Do 0419 935 955 Map Ref 26 H7

• Three bedrooms • Lounge room • Neat kitchen adjoining meals area • Single garage • Future development site (STCA) • Land size is approx 660m2 • Close to schools, shops & transport For Sale Inspect Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 K1

For Sale Inspect Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 26 F7

Sold 7 McGregor Court Sunshine West

9 Pritchard Avenue Braybrook

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Business For Sale - Milk Bar!

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• Four bedrooms • Master bedroom with spa ensuite & WIR • Lounge room • Separate dining room • Kitchen with open plan living area • Double garage • Large pergola with timber decking For Sale Inspect Saturday 1.45 - 2.15pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 K1

• 3 bedrooms • Lounge room • Neat kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright central bathroom • Huge paved pergola area • Land size approx 465m2 • Development potential (STCA) • Close to parks, shops, schools & public transport For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 41 A2

• Taking: $19,000 per week • Rent: $2,600 plus GST per calendar month • Lease: 5x5x5 • Includes two bedroom home

• Taking $5,000 per week • Rent $2,800 plus gst per calendar month • Lease 3x3 • Two bedroom home

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 C1

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent Sang Do 0419 935 955 Map Ref 40 C5

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273 Hampshire Road Sunshine

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Altona North Electricians

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Painters/Decorators

A & R Affordable Painter

REPAIRS & SERVICING Ex Gas & Fuel - over 30 years experience!

Ph: Ali: 0402 766 406 / 8360 9345

Phone Mark 0409 383 946 Lic No. 23853

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• Quality Painting and Decorating • Free Quotes • All Work Guaranteed • Fully Insured • Police Checked

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Tel: 9309 2351

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38 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 5, 2017

FIVE STAR REBLOCKING & UNDERPINNING  Full Insurance  All work Council approved  15 years guarantee  All Council permits supplied  100% computer levelling  Concrete pump used  15 years experience  For a free quote and advice

Contact Simon:

Western Suburbs Plumbing Lic No. 35048

C894629-JM6-11

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

Matt 0409 576 536

EXTREME

Free Measure and Quotes all suburbs Factory 14 / 1 Austarc Avenue, Thomastown, 3074

Sevices

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 Cement & Terracotta Roof Restorations  Pressure Cleaning & Roof Painting  Guttering & Iron Roof Replacement

“The name you can trust’’

131 546

www.jimsroofing.com.au

Rubbish Removal

ACTION BIN HIRE

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Plasterers

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Lic No. 38755 ABN No. 58054025352

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David Sheridon 0412 311 148

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14 Seves Street, Altona Lic. 11609 Licenced Plumber & Gasfitter

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WINE PRESS plus accessories holding 5 boxes or 100 liters, stainless steel crusher. $500 the lot. Call Refael 0415 429 177.

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LOOK! 13 SARK COURT Hoppers Crossing, Saturday 8th April, 8am3pm. Furn, outdoor 7pc glass top table, pots, Suzuki DRZ 125, dining 7pc, desk, single bed with trundle & bric-a-brac.

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Moving Sale

Werribee 12 Kevington Street, Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th April, 9am-3pm. Tools, fishing gear, furniture and bric-a-brac. Everything must go.

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HOPPERS CROSSING, 13 Gildan Crt, Saturday 8th April, 8am 12pm. Dining table and chairs, buffet and hutch, industrial sewing machine, iron stand, exotic plants, pots, garden tools, 1971 Ford transit camper van, coffee table, BBQ and assorted tools.

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Moving Sale

WERRIBEE 4 Pitta Close, Saturday 8th April, 9am-3pm. Dinning setting with glass top and six chairs, six burner BBQ, garage fridge, white timber single bed with trundle, foam lounge sofa, white tall boy 6 drawers, cage trailer 6' by 4', bric-a-brac, books, household items, plants, pots, hanging baskets and yakkas from 1-2m high.

Visit Visited MONSTER SALE POINT COOK 23 Elkhorn Way Way, Saturday 8th April, 8am-1pm. Sunday 9th April, 8am-1pm. Sporting goods, furniture, homewares, baby goods, toys, tools and linen. All reasonable offers considered.

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PRICED TO SELL WERRIBEE 77 Hopetoun Road, Saturday 8th April, 7am-2pm. Rain or Shine. Lots of goodies to buy, so get in quick! Find a bargain!

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WILLIAMSTOWN 43 Railway Place, Sat 8th April, 9.30am to 3.30pm. Collectables, paintings, standard lamp, dolls, books, vintage clothing, mink stole and h/hold items. No early callers.

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WYNDHAM VALE 10 Lentara Cres, Sat 8th April, 8am. Household items.

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Just Simply Cleaning

Cleaning, ironing, windows, lawns. 7 days in all areas. Call 0435 110 221. justsimplycleaning.weebly.com

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Massage Therapists

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WILLIAMSTOWN 29 Bates Drive, Saturday 8th April, 9am-3pm and Sunday 9th April, 10am-3pm. Households goods, vintage tools, records and more.

MOVING INTERSTATE SALE

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Garage Sales

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ROCKING HORSE antique, wooden, brown, 127cm x 85cm. $499. 0402 276 435.

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Adult Services

HIGH TREE

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0418 524 416

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Tree Lopping/Surgery

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General Classifieds

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Computer Repairs

2-4 HANDS Swedish Relaxation Massage. Werribee area, 7 days per week, 10am-8pm. Please phone 0425 805 090. ASIAN MASSAGE 10am-8pm, 7 days per week, 2c, 100 Furlong Road, Cairnlea. 0425 414 418.

Body Treatment

19 Hall St, Newport. 10am-7pm. Relaxation massage therapy. Ph: 0450 096 262 BODY in Bliss. 60/90 mins Swedish & Relaxation Massage. Male Asian masseur in West Footscray. Zacci @ 0422 011 592. FULL BODY RELAXATION MASSAGE. Werribee area. 10am-8pm 7 days. 0433 360 821. By appointment only. LADANAPHATRA Thai Massage. Taste of real Thai massage. Lot 9, 25 Panamax Road, Ravenhall. 7 days. Phone 0452 660 575.

MICROSOFT CERTIFIED Computer technician, offering best solution for your PC needs, prompt, reliable service. Phone: 0433 655 193.

MASSAGE Altona, 11am-11pm. 7 Days. Private house, Hammond St. Appt only. New prices. Phone/text 0434 581 971.

Health And Fitness

7 days, 10am to 8pm. 204 Barkly Street, Footscray. Phone 0426 717 328.

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Relaxation Massage

NATURAL PLUS

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

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CLEANING/IRONING

Honest and reliable lady. Over 35 years experience. Hourly rate. Call after 6pm 8742 4464.

Therapeutic Massage

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Tuition

A TEACHER Available for tutoring. Maths, Science, Chemistry, Chinese, Japanese. Call 9483 0831 or 0418 871 203.

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WERRIBEE 20 Sinns Avenue, Saturday 8th April, 8am-4pm. Bikes, clothes, toys, outdoor set, bit of everything.

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Employment

Real Estate

Phone Bernice on 9390 3403 PARMELIA DRIVE Taylors Lakes

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FOOTSCRAY FF room, central location, walking distance to all facilities. Quiet, responsible gent. Phone: 0417 324 178. ST ALBANS Two bedroom unit, L/U carport, gas, close to facilities, no pets. $260pw plus bond of $1,000. Ph 9312 5058.

Walkers Wanted Make Extra $$$ in your spare time to support your income or for fitness, by becoming a reliable and enthusiastic independent contractor delivering to household letterboxes in your local neighbourhood.

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CONSIDER THE SAUCE Kenny Weir finds a new cafe that hits the spot CAFE VERDALA Address: 27 Talmage Street, Albion Phone: 0403 576 373 with enjoyable results. Two of us relish the simple delights of “ravjul” ($13.50) – another Maltese staple. The ravioli are stuffed with a simple mix of seasoned ricotta and served with Kunserva cooked lightly with olive oil and (I think) garlic. Maltese pizzas are called gozitan ftria – they’re a good deal deeper and heftier than their Italian cousins. The potato and ricotta pie ($15) is deep and substantial. Luckily, we’ve left room for some of the famed Maltese desserts. The Maltese take on bread pudding – pudina tal-hobz ($6 per serve), has a chocolate-andcherry thing going on. Imqaret are extremely fine deep-fried date slices ($6 for three). And there’s a big slice of the Maltese carnival cake called prinjolata. It defies its pinkish colouring by tasting quite like a rich fruit cake or Christmas cake. The ricotta-stuffed canoli are devine

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In the years that Consider The Sauce has been running, I’ve come across quite a few people of Maltese background. Invariably, I’ve always had the same question: Why aren’t there one or more Maltese eateries in the west? I need ask that question no longer, as now there’s Cafe Verdala. This eatery is located in the rooms of the Maltese Cultural Centre in Albion. This kind of community-based food and set-up are just the sort of things that get CTS truly excited! We start with the tasting platter called platt Verdala ghal-tnejn ($22.50 for two). This is simple, wholesome fare – Maltese bread, broad-bean dip, capers, tuna, olives, caponata, olive oil, the dry Maltese crackers known as galetti and mini versions of the open pies known as qassatat (these ones filled with sausage). The biggest surprise here is the tomato paste. I’d heard and read about the seemingly miraculous Three Hills brand Kunserva tomato paste and how Maltese folks simply love it, as is, slathered on bread. No wonder! It really is good – in no way bitter, quite sweet and very yummy. If Kunserva can be seen as something of a Maltese national food, pastizzi are right up there, too. Here they’re served, with a variety of fillings, alongside more, full-size qassatat. Another adored Maltese food? Rabbit. We really enjoy the pork-and-rabbit pastizzi. We all go our own way with the main dishes,

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SPORT Devil at play in Altona criterium There was enough drizzle falling to make the track tricky for the first five laps in B grade. An early four-man break built a huge margin on the main bunch, with Hawthorn rider Nathan Basaraba taking a strong win from Geelong’s Josh Williams and Mark Spiteri. Basaraba, a 34 year old from Moonee Ponds, deftly made the move to attack, establishing a break when another break was being reeled in and everyone was on the rivet. “I started the break, gassed it when the bunch caught the break – we three worked really well together, and then Josh bridged across to us,

which was no mean feat,” he said. “With one lap to go, I was last wheel going around the back of the course, and I jumped first and came into the straight first wheel.” In C grade, Marcus Olive took a commanding win from James Danos, with the pair well clear of Colin Morris in third place. First place in the D grade race was scooped by Chris Fenech from Bob McAllan and Gary Whalley. Emma Andrews took the win in E grade, finishing well clear of the chasers. Mark Micallef

Western Jets power up By Lance Jenkinson Western Jets bounced back from an opening round defeat in the sweetest possible way thrashing rivals Calder Cannons by 31 points in the TAC Cup second round at Highgate Recreation Reserve on Saturday. Jets’ coach Torin Baker was thrilled his team could reap the rewards of hard work after a first round slip-up. “It was nice for the boys to get some reward after just dipping out [in a narrow loss to the Northern Knights] last week,” he said. “There’s a healthy respect [between the Jets and Calder] because a lot of the players know one another, they go to school with one another, and they play in local football competitions with and against each other. “It’s a good healthy rivalry that we’ve got, but we certainly respect the Cannons for the way they go about their footy.” It was a more refined Western Jets that took to the field on Saturday. Just like the week before, the Jets enjoyed the lion’s share of the midfield battle, but this time they made it count, with much better transition from midfield to attack. “The midfield battle was probably the telling factor in the game,” Baker said. “Over the course of the day, we were consistently winning the clearance battle … a number of our mids had really solid games, so they generated enough ball forward for us. “Whereas last week we didn’t make the most of our inside 50 entries early, this week we were at least kicking to our forwards’ advantage. “We were much more dangerous as a forward group. Playing together another week just helped with that chemistry.” Judah Dundon has started the season on fire for the Western Jets, and was once again a driving force with his precision kicking. “His kicking has been something we’ve relied on from a team point of view,” Baker said. “He’s one who is consistently hitting targets for us, which is pleasing.” Lachlan Fogarty showed why he is on course for a big say in destiny of Vic Metro’s under-18 national championships. Fogarty’s ability to work hard both ways has endeared him to his coach and his teammates. “He had a fantastic game again,” Baker said. “It’s his work rate, pressure on the opposition and ability to win clearances. “We won’t have Lachie until the last two games of the year now … he’s got the AFL Academy game this weekend, and then we’ll break for Easter and school football will start. “He’ll play for five or six weeks, then he’ll go on and play for Vic Metro at the national championships, and go back to school footy,” Fogarty said. Xavier O’Halloran caught the eye in just his second game for the Jets at TAC Cup level, while Cameron Rayner, Harrison Bult and Zak Butters were among the best. Jacob Smith, the son of former Western Bulldogs’ star Rohan, put a goal 42 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 5, 2017

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footy got under way with a classic clash between Deer Park and Altona last weekend and they have set a very high standard for the rest of the competition and the season. Those who have written the reigning premiers off need to have a rethink. Quality players such as Kwame McHarg, Shannon Byrnes, Rodney Van Riet and Jason Kennedy will ensure they are in the hunt for premiership honours in 2017. Altona has a few bugs to iron out but it has a lot to look forward to for the season. Albion got a great first-up win and Werribee Districts will again be a force. This weekend Hoppers Crossing and St Albans will make their debut for the year and the progress of both teams will be interesting. Warriors senior coach Steve Kretiuk and his partner Carly timed their parental debut perfectly with Miller Adam Tadeusz Kretiuk coming into the world last Thursday. Congrats to Krusher and the family.

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unfurling of the Bulldogs premiership flag was another highly charged emotional moment for the red, white and blue army last Friday night. Brad Johnson, Tony Liberatore, Scott West, Gary Dempsey, Peter Welsh, Susan Alberti, Alan Johnstone, Irene Chatfield, John Schultz, Mark Kimpton, Garry Johnson, Gary Hincks, Chris Grant and Rohan Smith and a few others had carried the cup and the flag to centre stage. It was fitting to see 1954 premiership player Angus Abbey and the great Doug Hawkins raise the flag. Hawkins’ great Braybrook mate Russell Gilbert was enjoying the moment in the crowd as every Bulldogs fan did. This was extra special for Gilbert as he has had some enormous health challenges in recent times. He is on the long road to recovery and the Bulldogs success has been good for him and many others.

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cricket whites have gone into mothballs for another six months but one performance that will be talked about for a long time came from the Yarraville Club Cricket Club’s veteran opening bowler Emmett Bronca in the grand final. In the first innings he took a tidy five for 53 but his second innings haul of seven for 74 won the game and man-of-the-match plaudits. He finished the season on top of the competition wicket tally with 43 at an average of 14.21. Players are judged by their performance in the big game and Emmett deserves the highest of praise and accolades. Kevin Hillier

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Woodsmen prove to be road warriors Spotswood has opened the new season with a gutsy road victory, coming from behind at three-quarter time to beat Sunshine Kangaroos by 14 points in Western Region Football League division 1 at Kinder Smith Reserve on Saturday. The Woodsmen were efficient in front of goal, converting 14 of their 25 scoring shots to amass a winning score. The same could not be said for the Kangaroos, who missed their first eight shots and finished up with more behinds than goals. Fast-finishing Spotswood piled on seven goals to four in the last term. Jordan Bennett was the Woodsmen’s leading goalkicker with three, while Dylan Callard, Tom Langlands and Nayef Hamad chipped

in with two apiece. In the ruck, recruit Dylan Jones was best-on-ground for the Woodsmen, while Lachlan Fairley kicked a goal in his comeback from a long-term knee injury. Spotswood will play its home opener against four-time defending champion Deer Park at Donald McLean Reserve from 2.15pm on Saturday. Meanwhile, the division 3 season will begin on Saturday, with the burning question being whether Parkside can finally get the promotion it has craved for the past two seasons. The Magpies will be at home in round one against Laverton, which will play under new coach Sam Young for the first time. Parkside could unveil boom off season recruit Jason Cloke, who featured in 76 games

for Collingwood between 2002-06 and had a successful run with Spotswood, including a premiership in 2011. Cloke has moved to the Magpies after a stint with Craigieburn in the Essendon District Football League. Braybrook could be on the march up the ladder this season after a strong recruiting campaign. The Bombers will travel to Goddard Street Reserve to face Wyndham Suns. The division 2 season will not start until after Easter, due to fixture changes forced by Glen Orden pulling its side out of the competition. Lance Jenkinson

Vikings bow to pressure By Lance Jenkinson Altona has moved beyond the stage of accepting honourable losses. The Vikings were left with a sour after-taste when they slipped to four-peat premiers Deer Park by nine points in the Western Region Football League division 1 season opener at John McLeod Oval on Saturday. It was a contest worthy of September – the Vikings showed they will be serious contenders in the top flight this season, but it was not enough to satisfy coach Saade Ghazi. “We’re in it to win games of footy, and honourable losses don’t interest me in any way,” he said. “For us to take the next step – we finished fourth last year – we’re aiming to finish in the top three. “That loss is a big blow because you’ve got to get probably 12 wins, and that leaves us 17 games to get 12 wins now. “We’re putting pressure on the group, we’re putting pressure on myself and the match committee, that’s the way we want it. “We’ve got goals and if we don’t achieve those goals, it will be a failure.” After a number of twists and turns, Altona had the champions where it wanted them at three-quarter time. The Vikings held an eight-point lead going into the last quarter, but did not have the composure to clinch the four points. Deer Park kicked four of the last five goals of the match to finish a memorable day when it unfurled its 2016 flag with a win. “We had our chances,” Ghazi said. “It was a strong contest, a few mistakes from both teams, but they were too good on the day, so you’ve got to give credit where it’s due. “I was really disappointed with some of our skills errors, but I guess with the opposition putting pressure on you, that’s what happens.” Prized recruit Steve Kennedy showed why Altona was thrilled to secure his signature. Kennedy kicked three goals and collected plenty of ball across the midfield and half forward. Mark Paget, another new recruit, had a limited off season, but showed he will be an important acquisition to bolster the ruck stocks. The Vikings were also thrilled to see Jayden Post in the purple and gold after his football career was put on hold last season by a burst artery in one of his legs. Altona’s gruelling start to 2017 will not get any easier this week with last season’s runners-up, Hoppers Crossing, paying a visit to JK Grant Reserve on Saturday. Hoppers will enter the game fresh after their round one game was postponed to Good Friday. But Ghazi believes the tough hit-out against Deer Park will stand his side in good stead. “No matter how many games you’ve played in your career, you always get the cobwebs out in that first game,” he said. “We’ve had a really strong contest in the heat of the battle. “I think it will work for us,” he said.

Newport Rams’ secretary Paul Walshe with his Baseball Victoria volunteer-of-theyear award. (Supplied)

Walshe steers the Rams in right direction It’s the work that Newport Rams’ secretary Paul Walshe puts in behind the scenes that makes his selection as the Baseball Victoria volunteer-of-the year a no-brainer. No job is too big or small for Walshe, who devotes hours of his week to ensure the Rams run like a division one club. Over and above his role as the Rams secretary, Walshe can take on numerous titles from groundsman, council liaison, equipment manager and sponsorship manager. Rams’ president Ben Portelli knows the side would be worse off without Walshe. “He’s just brilliant,” Portelli said. “He does all the jobs that no one knows need to be done.” Walshe’s passion for Newport Rams comes from his dad, who was club president when Walshe was growing up. Walshe did have some time away from KC White Reserve as a player, but he was always going to return. “He loves this club,” Portelli said. “He had some time away and, since he’s come back, he’s just immersed himself in the place. “If he’s not working at the club, he’s thinking about the club; if he’s not thinking about the club, he’s not far away.” Walshe has even opened his doors for Newport Rams imports. This season, the league’s most valuable player, Jimmy Jensen, stayed with Walshe all season. “Sight unseen, he said he could stay at his house, and he fed him, he looked after him, he was dad, he was brother, he was everything,” Portelli said. “He was Jimmy’s support network.” The Rams’ relationship with local council and Baseball Victoria is also strong, in part due to Walshe’s ability to engage with those organisations. “We were talking about what it takes to be a model club, and we were told that we are a model club, and that’s through Paul’s work,” Portelli said. “We have a fantastic working relationship with the council at all levels, and his functional relationships are second to none. “I’ve seen it first hand; I haven’t had to do much, the relationship he’s got with sports and recreation is second to none.” The reward for Walshe at the end of the week is seeing Newport Rams thrive. Walshe gets to sit back for three hours on weekends and watch his two sons give their all to the Rams in a playing sense. “The fact that his two sons are playing, and playing at a high level with the club, just fills him with pride,” Portelli said.

Altona midfielder Jordan Robbins shows a safe pair of hands. (Dennis Manktelow)

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Altona works its magic on Eagles Altona Magic made light work of North Sunshine Eagles in its 3-0 win at Paisley Park Soccer Complex on Saturday evening. The Magic flexed its offensive muscle in the first half to lead by two goals at half-time, then found an insurance goal in the second half to claim a second victory from as many starts in the new Football Federation Victoria men’s state league 1 season. Adamson Ajayi continues to be a menace for opposition teams in front of goal. The Magic marksman scored a double to sink the Eagles, making it three goals in two games. Ajayi also scored in the Magic’s 8-1 thrashing of North City Wolves in the FFA Cup. Nikola Markovski scored his first goal in the league for the season. He, too, was on target in the FFA Cup, scoring three goals in two games. Magic goalkeeper Michael Stark secured a clean sheet. Now second on the ladder on goal difference, Magic go into Saturday evening’s local derby with Altona East Phoenix full of confidence after two league wins on the trot and four in all competitions. Yarraville Glory, winners in the first round, were knocked back by an impressive Geelong.

The Glory was hammered 4-1 in a home opener, Reuben Agyei Danso’s late goal little consolation – now a tough trip to undefeated Banyule City awaits. In state league 2, Altona City claimed a solid 3-0 win on the road over Essendon United. Marcus Sherif was a thorn in United’s side with two goals, while David Taylor scored the other. Fifth-placed City is undefeated with four points in two games, a record to be tested when it faces fourth-ranked Corio away on Saturday. Melbourne City has had a hellish start to its state league 3 campaign, losing its first two matches, coughing up nine goals and not pinning any. City is rock bottom after Saturday’s 3-0 loss to Epping City. Williamstown crashed after its seven-goal opening night win, beaten 3-1 on home turf by Whittlesea United on Saturday, while the state league 4 season started badly for Altona North, which had a second consecutive defeat, mauled 6-1 away to Bell Park. Laverton Park may be an early title contender in state league 5, particularly after Saturday’s 6-0 trouncing of Spring Hills. Lance Jenkinson

Altona Magic goalkeeper Michael Stark does his best Superman impersonation. (Shawn Smits)

Good, but not good enough By Lance Jenkinson Altona East Phoenix has produced some good football in the opening two rounds of the Football Federation Victoria men’s state league 1 season, but good just does not cut it in a league flush with big-spending teams rolling out high-profile recruits. Altona East has succumbed to one-goal defeats in its first two games, cruelly leaving them in third-last spot without a point to show for their toil. The Phoenix’s 3-2 loss to Keilor Park at Keilor Park Recreation Reserve on Saturday, a game that could have gone either way, demonstrated how tough points will be to come by in this competition. Phoenix president Jim Dimitriou said the losses did not constitute a case for criticising the players. “The guys have lost two games, but they certainly haven’t let themselves down,” he said. “The way it’s going, it’s going to be a tough year. The boys will keep battling along.” For the first 45 minutes, Altona East and Keilor Park went back and forth without fashioning too many clear-cut chances. The 0-0 scoreline at the break was a true reflection of two sides desperate to claim their first wins of the season. After half-time, things livened up on the back of a penalty awarded to Keilor Park after a shot was parried away by a Phoenix hand. Joel Nikolic stepped up to put Keilor Park in front and then doubled the Parkers’ lead with a headed goal. While down on the scoreboard, Altona East kept in touching distance in general play. The Phoenix halved the deficit through Tristan Romein, who scored a header from a corner. Unfortunately, for the Allen Vella-coached Phoenix, the side leaked a goal on the back of some individual brilliance from Keilor Park sub Supreet Sangha. Joel Bistricki scrambled a goal back for Altona East after a shot rebounded off the post. With Keilor Park down to 10 men following Nikolic’s dismissal for a second yellow card, Altona East huffed and puffed to find an equaliser, but could not blow the house down – and wound up losing by a goal for the second week running. “The boys showed a lot of fight,” Dimitriou said. “We just ran out of time when I thought we could’ve found an equaliser.” There is no respite on the horizon for Altona East. 44 MARIBYRNONG & HOBSONS BAY STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 5, 2017

Gators go long, still fall short Altona Gators could not buy a basket from inside the arc in a 74-63 loss to Camberwell Dragons in the Big V basketball men’s division 2 at the Altona Sports Centre on Saturday. It was the long ball that kept the Gators close on the scoreboard – they landed just as many threes as twos. The Gators finished with a sloppy 11 from 40 (27 per cent) from the field. The exception for the Gators was Tommy Scott, who finished with 23 points on 47 per cent shooting, five rebounds, two assists and three three-pointers. Jordan Lino was solid off the bench for the Gators with four points, seven rebounds and four assists. Three straight losses to start the season have the Gators in last place on the ladder. They will be keen to snap out of their funk on Friday night when they travel to play Collingwood All-Stars at Collingwood College before returning home on Sunday for a clash with the Mornington Breakers. In women’s division 2, the Gators endured one of the biggest losses in team history, going down 122-37 to Warrnambool Mermaids at the Altona Sports Centre on Sunday. The Gators were out-played from start to finish by the undefeated Mermaids. Alysha Carden-David still managed to post strong numbers for the Gators with 22 points and 13 rebounds. Carden-David is averaging a double-double in points and rebounds. The Gators (0-3) hit the road on Sunday to play the Craigieburn Eagles (1-2). Lance Jenkinson

Sports shorts AFL

On a Friday night to savour, the Western Bulldogs unfurled their 2016 AFL premiership flag in front of their adoring fans at Etihad Stadium. The ceremony took place before the Bulldogs’ grand final re-match with the Sydney Swans, which turned out to be a pulsating game in its own right. The Bulldogs emerged victorious by 23 points, moving to 2-0 for the season.

Rugby union

Footscray has started the Victorian Rugby Union Dewar Shield season with consecutive losses. The good news for the Bulldogs is they will not have to face last year’s grand finalists until the second half of the year. The Bulldogs completed their nightmare opening fortnight with a 42-17 loss to Harlequin at Henry Turner Reserve on Saturday. Footscray will be out to secure its first win of the season when it travels to Moorabbin on Saturday.

Rugby league

It was one and done for the Altona Roosters in the NRL Victoria nines competition. The Roosters had their feathers plucked by reigning champions Werribee Bears in a 32-0 whitewash at AAMI Park on Saturday night. It means the Roosters can turn their full attention to the league season, beginning with a trip to take on Casey Warriors on Saturday. Corey Sharrocks gets Altona East Phoenix moving. (Dennis Manktelow)

The Phoenix will face co-tenant and promotion favourite Altona Magic in a derby at Paisley Park on Saturday evening. Dimitriou concedes the Phoenix will go into the clash as

underdog, but maintains the undefeated Magic should expect a contest. “Even though they’ll start red-hot favourites, we’re not going to chuck it in,” he said.

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