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A woman whose Jack Russell-chihuaha cross was viciously attacked at Altona dog beach is pleading with dog owners to act responsibly. Kylie Herbert said she travelled from Hoppers Crossing to the beach up to seven days a week with her friendly little dog, Lala. But on Monday of last week, things went horribly wrong. “This dog just ran for my dog, sniffed her back and then just grabbed her by the shoulder blades and shook her around like a rag doll,” Ms Herbert said. “When I finally caught my dog – because she was super scared – I saw how significant her injury was … if it was a little bit lower, she would have potentially died because he would have punctured her lungs.” Ms Herbert said Lala underwent emergency surgery at Altona Vet Clinic. Before rushing to the vet, she had written down her phone number for the other dog’s owner. However, she hasn’t heard from her. Ms Herbert is calling on dog owners to control their pets. “If your dog shows aggression at any point towards another animal or a human being … I think you should take responsibility. “Train the dog and train yourself to know when the dog is going to be or turn aggressive,” she said. Dog attacks should be reported to Hobsons Bay council on 9932 1000. KYLIE HERBERT WITH LALA

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Budget brings rates pain Seabrook, Altona Meadows and Laverton residential property owners will be hit with double-digit rate rises under Hobsons Bay council’s 2018-19 draft budget released last week. The three suburbs recorded the highest increases in property values in Hobsons Bay from 2017-18 to 2018-19 in the 2018 biennial revaluation.

Under the draft budget, the council proposes spending nearly $39 million on capital works, including $12.7 million on buildings, $10.9 million on open space, $7.2 million on roads and $2.5 million on footpaths and cycle ways. Budget papers state that while the average general rate increase is 2.25 per cent, in line with the rate cap, rates will “vary considerably” due to revaluation. Some ratepayers will pay more than 2.25 per cent, others will pay less.

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Seabrook ratepayers will fork out an average of $260 more in rates after the suburb’s property values jumped a staggering 50.4 per cent, from $422,355 to $635,234. Laverton’s property values increased 48.83 per cent, from $333,464 to $496,291, leading to an average rates hike of $200. Altona Meadows ratepayers will pay an average of $226 more after the average property price rose 47.26 per cent, from $408,072 to $600,920.

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Land gift bonanza for Bulldogs By Benjamin Millar AFL matches could return to an upgraded Whitten Oval under plans to be funded by the residential and commercial development of land donated by the state government. The government announced last Thursday it will hand the Western Bulldogs Football Club a parcel of land south of the oval that had been earmarked for sale to residential developers. The handover comes on top of a $5 million grant to upgrade women’s changerooms, toilets and a scoreboard and install TV-quality

lighting for AFLW games at the ground. The club will receive the land at the southern end of the oval, part of the existing Cross Street and a parcel stretching all the way to West Footscray station. The 5000-square-metre site was slated for redevelopment in 2014 and an expression of interest campaign was held seeking interest from private developers. The project will require the realignment of Cross Street beneath Geelong Road. The Bulldogs have confirmed the club has been quietly working for some time on a master

plan to redevelop the precinct. “The club plans to develop the southern end of VUWO both with match-day viewing, seating, and hospitality offerings, but to also develop the expanded site with complementary uses which may include car parking, commercial, residential, entertainment and retail opportunities,” it said in a statement. The extra income will fast-track the club’s sale of its remaining licensed premises and gaming machines. “The arrangement recognises that only the Western Bulldogs can optimise the real

potential of this unique site. It will be a vibrant and entertaining football venue on weekends and a busy and attractive place to live, work, dine and play sport during the week.” The club is also planning to extend its crown lease over the balance of Whitten Oval. The club expects the expanded capacity and quality to enable it to schedule the occasional heritage game in the AFL premiership season. The project is part of a deal between the AFL and the state government that includes a $225 million revamp of the Bulldogs’ home ground Etihad Stadium.

Wicked idea for Maribyrnong Mini gardens are popping up across Maribyrnong. A number of planters are being repurposed into wicking beds, containers with water reservoirs at the base which act similar to self-watering pots, as part of the My Smart Garden initiative. The beds have different themes including herbs, bee-attracting flowers, Mediterranean and flowering plants of the western basalt plains. The first wicking bed was created at Yarraville Community Garden. Workshops to create more will be held at the History of the Land Garden in Maribyrnong on April 21, Maribyrnong Edible Garden on May 5, Braybrook Commons Community Garden on May 19 and Braybrook Maidstone Neighbourhood House on June 9. Benjamin Millar

Mayor Cr Cuc Lam is pleased to see the greening of Maribyrnong. (Damjan Janevski)

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Supermarket helps out A charity supermarket in West Footscray is giving a helping hand to those most in need, according to its manager. CityCare Storehouse offers low-priced fresh fruit and vegetables, packaged food and household products, with further discounts given to concession card holders. Manager Kon Grapsas said it was like shopping at any other supermarket – but all money raised goes to programs run by CityCare, which is operated by Hillsong church. “A lot of families are doing it tough and we are in a position to help out,” he said. Mr Grapsas said the store had started to gain support with regular shoppers, yet many people still didn’t know about it. The shop

offers a range of discounted lines and people with a valid concession card can sign up as a member to gain a further 30 per cent discount. “My background is in supermarkets, so I have a lot of contacts,” Mr Grapsas said. “Businesses have donated trucks so we can pick up the groceries.” Mr Grapsas said that despite the store being linked with Hillsong, there was no hard sell on shoppers to join the church. “People volunteer here, because nobody is paid – 100 per cent of the proceeds go to our programs,” Mr Grapsas said. CityCare Storehouse is open Wednesday to Saturday at 79 Sunshine Road, West Footscray. Benjamin Millar

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Highpoint Shopping Centre has partnered with Free to Feed to deliver Flavours of the West: A Spice Journey, celebrating the west’s community and food culture. Cooking workshops will be held 11am and 1pm April 28 and 29. Details: www.highpoint.com.au FOR BREAKING NEWS, VISIT Web: starweekly.com.au Maribyrnong & Hobsons Bay Star Weekly @MaribyrnongWkly @star_weekly

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Pollies divided on rail link route By Benjamin Millar An airport rail link would run through Highpoint shopping centre and connect with the Maribyrnong Defence site under the federal government’s preferred route for the long-awaited project. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was at Melbourne Airport last Thursday to promise $5 billion towards the rail line, more than 50 years after the project was first flagged. But the route from Southern Cross station via tunnel to Highpoint shopping centre and then on to Tullamarine has been estimated to

come with double the price tag of the Victorian government’s preferred $10 billion link via Sunshine. The Highpoint route appeals to the federal government due to its proximity to the 127-hectare ex-defence site, a heavily contaminated parcel of land it is seeking to sell for the development of up to 6000 dwellings. Mr Turnbull said in a statement the “city-shaping project” would slash travel times, cut congestion, boost the economy and create thousands of new jobs. “We expect that the results of the business case process, which we initiated at the 2017-18

Budget, will soon provide a clearer picture on the best route, best mode of transport and cost of the project.” Opposition Leader and Maribyrnong MP Bill Shorten said the best route must be carefully considered. Victorian Public Transport Minister Jacinta Allan said 2023 is the soonest any construction could start. Advocacy group LeadWest has warned that Melbourne’s west must have a prominent voice in the planning process. LeadWest board member and Western Transport Alliance chair, Hobsons Bay councillor Jonathon Marsden,

said the west must have direct access to any rail link between the CBD and the airport. “The west is also a key connection point for transport into Victoria’s regions, so accessible and well-connected stops in the west will benefit the whole state.” Greens transport spokesperson Janet Rice said Melbourne has been crying out for a rail link to the airport for decades. “When it comes to the best route to the airport, Malcolm Turnbull shouldn’t jump the gun and tell Victorians what we need. We need to ensure the route offers Melbourne the best connectivity and efficiency possible,” she said.

Taking it in her stride Altona police officer Kara Da Silva is training to complete her first full marathon as part of next month’s Great Ocean Road Running Festival. Mrs Da Silva said she started running again after her second child was about six months old. “I’ve always had a stressful job as a police officer and running was always my release to just centre myself,” she said. “It was my time to just be me. “After having my first child [Violet, four years old], I stopped running, and with the life change of being completely responsible for another little human being, I found it difficult to find myself again. “After having my second child [Zac, 18 months], I made a conscious decision to make time to look after myself. “I realised the fear and guilt of leaving my

children to exercise was actually leaving me exhausted and missing a great opportunity to share something I love with my kids.” She completed her first half marathon when Zac turned one. “Seeing how much my actions and choices influence my daughter has made me a more resilient person,” Mrs Da Silva said. “I don’t want her to ever doubt herself and I want her to believe she can achieve anything and face all challenges head on.” The Great Ocean Road course stretches from Lorne to Apollo Bay. More than 7000 people are expected to run or walk one of seven event distances ranging from the 1.5 kilometre kids’ gallop to the 60 kilometre ultra marathon. To register and for more information, visit www.greatoceanroadrunfest.com.au Goya Dmytryshchak

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7:05pm—8:30pm Student led tours and workshops Our evening will begin in the gymnasium, with student led tours and workshops occurring throughout the night. Morning campus tours operate every Thursday at 9:30am until May 3. Please refer to our website to register a place.

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Kara Da Silva with her children Zachary, 1, and Violet, 4. (Damjan Janevski)

FESTIVAL CITY GRANTS PROGRAM 2018/19 Applications open 1 May, close 1 June 2018* The Festival City Grants Program is guided by Council’s Festival City Policy which sets out a framework to attract, host and support the best of Australia’s festivals for the benefit of the City of Maribyrnong’s residents, businesses and cultural tourists. Council is seeking applications from organisations that wish to present festivals &/or significant festival activity with the City of Maribyrnong between August 2018–June 2019 (inclusive). The Festival City Grants Program and a link to the online SmartyGrants application form will be available from 1 May at festivalcity.com.au For further information about the Festival City Grants Program you can contact Council’s Festival Officer on 9688 0200, or email@maribyrnong.vic.gov.au

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Company fined for ‘wage theft’ By Benjamin Millar An Altona Meadows man and his medical first aid company have been fined $300,000 for falsifying pay records and routinely underpaying workers. Paul Tempany and his company Acute Health Pty Ltd were fined $50,000 and $250,000 respectively following years of “flagrant disregard” for the rights of underpaid workers. It is the second largest such fine ever issued in Victoria. Mr Tempany, the 2007 Hobsons Bay young citizen of the year, is also under investigation by training authorities for offering “accredited and certified” training despite not being a registered training organisation. His company has been the subject of Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) investigations since 2012 into multiple breaches of industrial law that left a trail of victims thousands of dollars out of pocket. Federal Circuit Court of Australia judge Alister McNab recently decided in FWO’s favour, finding Mr Tempany had a pattern of deliberately underpaying workers from 2011 to 2017, despite warnings in 2012 that he was being investigated. Casual workers were paid well beneath the relevant award rate, forced to pay $100 for staff T-shirts and made to fund their own transport to interstate events. Acting Fair Work Ombudsman Kristen Hannah said the FWO was particularly concerned that Mr Tempany was targeting young workers.

“We simply have no tolerance for employers who trample on workers’ rights and refuse to change their ways,” she said. While Mr Tempany’s victims have welcomed the court’s order, they hold little hope of ever seeing their money. Michael Kempe was short-changed more than $3000 for work in 2014 and 2015, receiving little more than half of what he should have been paid. “He’s preying on healthcare students,” he told Star Weekly. “It’s not an honest mistake – it’s a proven track record of the same behaviour.”

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Young Workers Centre co-ordinator Keelia Fitzpatrick said only criminal penalties would help deter such blatant “wage theft”. The company’s website, taken down after Mr Tempany was questioned by Star Weekly Weekly, claimed to offer “nationally accredited, certified [first aid] training”. But an Australian Skills Quality Authority spokesman said Acute Health was not a registered training organisation. “ASQA is investigating the allegations in relation to Acute Health Pty Ltd,” the spokesman said.

Soccer player Jaime Penna is kicking on for women’s sport. (Damjan Janevski)

‘Can do’ attitude inspires Brooklyn’s Jaime Penna is an ambassador for the ‘This Girl Can’ campaign, a Victorian version of Sport England’s viral campaign that led to 3.9 million British women getting active. The soccer player, who is pregnant with her second child, recalls being told to lose weight when she asked for bigger shorts after the birth of her son. “I’ve played soccer for pretty much all my life, for 20 years. I had a child and then I found it really difficult to return to a sport that I’d always known and loved,” she said. “I would always ask for the large in the men’s and one day they weren’t available and the man turned around and said to me, ‘Well, why don’t you lose some weight’. “I thought about it and I was like, you know

what, I’ve had a child, my body might not be the way it used to be but it tells a beautiful story.” Penna features in VicHealth’s This Girl Can advertisement, which shows women sweating it out at sports including boxing, roller derby and football. VicHealth chief Jerril Rechter said research showed three in five Victorian women didn’t get enough physical activity. “We’re hoping that our This Girl Can Victoria campaign will help more women right across Victoria to get physically active in their day-to-day life,” she said. View the ad at www.youtube.com/ watch?v=iISKDZvjaSs Goya Dmytryshchak

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Car damaged in dog attack By Goya Dmytryshchak An Altona Meadows’ woman has had her car’s interior torn apart by a dog after intervening in an attack. Cheryl Casley, a dog walker, said she had been meeting a new client at the front of a house in Merton Street, Altona Meadows, when two loose dogs approached. She said the loose dogs were “really good” around her client’s dog. “Then there was an old man across the road, walking his little white fluffy dog, and all of a sudden they’ve both just taken off across the road.

“The staffy’s just picked up the white dog and shook him around like a rag doll. “I managed to grab the [staffy] somehow … I just walked back to my car and put it in my car to stop it from, obviously, keeping on attacking the dog or hurting anybody else.” Members of the public managed to secure the second dog and waved down a passing police car. Hobsons Bay council officers subsequently attended the scene and seized the two dogs. Both dogs were microchipped and registered with the council, enabling both owners to be immediately notified. Following a review of evidence, one of the

dogs was found not have been involved in the attack and was returned to its owner, who received a warning. The second dog was subsequently released to the owner with an infringement of $238 under the Domestic Animals Act 1994. Ms Casley said she would be left several hundred dollars out of pocket from the damage to her car, but that wouldn’t deter her from helping again in a similar situation. Dog attacks, unregistered pets or stray animals can be referred to the council’s local laws unit on 9932 1000. Right: Part of the damaged car interior. (Supplied)

The boss sleeps out Williamstown’s Vedran Drakulic, a Bosnian refugee, is taking part in the Vinnies CEO Sleepout for homelessness. He heads Gandel Philanthropy, which will donate $2 for every $1 he raises. Mr Drakulic aims to raise $25,000 in public donations – which would triple to $75,000. He said Gandel Philanthropy had for many years supported programs for homelessness, particularly for young people who were homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. “Personally, I also believe that in a country as blessed, affluent and strong as ours, we all have a duty really to try and help address homelessness and help people who are struggling,” Mr Drakulic said. “Very often, it’s much more than just not having a roof over your head – there would be various family issues, there could be mental

health problems, there could be other factors influencing a person ending up on the street. “I believe that as a really strong, affluent and, I think, empathetic society, we all have a role to play, first of all to raise awareness but also to really try and find ways in which we can help.” The Vinnies CEO Sleepout is a one-night event on June 21 in which business, community and government leaders sleep outdoors to support Australians experiencing homelessness. To make donations, visit ceosleepout.org.au and search for “Vedran Drakulic”. Goya Dmytryshchak Vedran Drakulic is doing the Vinnies CEO Sleepout for homelessness. (Damjan Janevski)

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If you’re planning on attending the ANZAC Centenary Dawn Service at the Shrine of Remembrance this year, then consider catching a free shuttle bus from your local RSL.

Free buses will run between the following RSLs and suburbs to the Shrine on Wednesday, 25 April:

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– Mordialloc via Mentone & Sandringham – Templestowe via West Heidelberg – Thomastown via Reservoir & Coburg – Wantirna via Scoresby, Glen Waverley & Mt Waverley – Williamstown via Yarraville. This service is available to all members of the public, however bookings are essential. The buses will arrive at the Shrine by 5.45am and depart the Shrine at 7.30am, 7.45am and 8am and return to your pick up location. Bookings close 2pm Tuesday 24th April 2018.

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Don site, home for 7000 By Goya Dmytryshchak A planning panel report for a new suburb in Altona North will be considered by Hobsons Bay council at an ordinary meeting on May 8. The former Don Smallgoods site, known as Precinct 15, is to be developed by a number of landowners into 3000 dwellings for about 7000 people. The 67-hectare site, fronting Blackshaws Road and bounded by Kyle Road, New Street and the West Gate Freeway, is about half the size of Melbourne’s CBD.

Key recommendations in the report include: • A “soft cap” of 3000 dwellings, which could be increased subject to additional traffic reports, social impact assessments and impact on utilities. • Preferred maximum height of six storeys in the centre and mandatory maximum height of three storeys on the interface with New Street and Kyle Road. • 7.1 per cent open space contribution. • Neighbourhood activity centre with a supermarket and 10,000 square metres of commercial floor space.

• 1713-square-metre community centre, including indoor and outdoor space. • Five per cent (150) of dwellings allocated for affordable housing at 75 per cent of market value (or a cash in-lieu contribution). • $590,000 for preparation and implementation of a local area traffic management plan. The state government has said there are no plans for a Precinct 15 train station, but a future bus network could connect residents with Spotswood and Newport stations. Details: participate.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au/ precinct-15-former-dons-site/documents

Hosts not short on horror stories The hosts of a new TV horror show caught the eyes of alarmed passersby on a recent promotional photo shoot in Footscray. David Black and Tritia Devisha have teamed up to present Horror House, billed as a collection of the best short horror movies made in Australia. Harking back to the eras of Deadly Earnest and Elvira, filming of the six-episode series was recently wrapped up. Black said he would soon be seeking online and TV screening opportunities for the series. “These amazing films usually can’t be released on a DVD or seen on TV due to being too short, so I decided to create a show that could feature them,” he said. Details: facebook.com/HorrorHouseShow Benjamin Millar

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Drivers ignore bridge signals Authorities have expressed frustration at drivers of overheight trucks ignoring fixed and electronic warning signs after the latest crash into the Napier Street bridge in Footscray. About 3.40pm last Wednesday a west-bound truck struck one of the protection beams attached to the bridge. Trains were delayed while engineers inspected the bridge for damage. Trucks have now hit the four-metre bridge barriers at least 70 times in the past decade. The latest crash occurred despite VicRoads installing a $1.2 million electronic overheight detection and warning system on both approaches to the bridge. The system signals for drivers to stop and directs them to alternate routes. A further $600,000 was spent realigning the bridge protection beams last March. VicRoads regional director Vince Punaro said the incidents were frustrating. “Every time an overheight vehicle strikes Napier Street bridge it causes unnecessary and lengthy delays for road and rail and puts the safety of the public at risk,” he said. “Ultimately, it is the responsibility of all drivers to be aware of the height of their vehicles and plan their journeys accordingly.” VicRoads has no plans to lower the road under the bridge. Benjamin Millar

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Booze ban for suburban streets By Goya Dmytryshchak and Benjamin Millar Permanent alcohol-free zones have been declared in parts of Williamstown, Laverton and Newport in response to a request from Victoria Police. Hobsons Bay council last week voted to implement a permanent ban at Williamstown, in the area south of Railway Place between Bayview and Thompson streets. The zone includes Williamstown Beach

railway station and goes down to the foreshore, bringing the area in line with bans in place at Altona. Permanent bans have also been declared for Laverton, in the area bounded by Maher Road and Woods, Thomas and Hickey streets. An existing ban at Mason Street/Paine Reserve in Newport has been extended north to Newcastle Street between Walker and Hall streets. The bans aim to prevent people arriving with alcohol at train stations, where police have

issued a number of infringements for public disorder offences such as offensive behaviour and drunkenness. They come as Footscray police, Maribyrnong council and local traders join forces to create a new Maribyrnong Liquor forum, aimed at tackling safety around the area’s bars and takeaway liquor outlets. Meeting for the first time last Tuesday, the forum aims to help licensed operators tackle antisocial behaviour and boost their powers to impose bans on troublemakers that extend

across other licensed premises in the area. Footscray Acting Superintendent Adrian Healy told the forum that despite a marked increased in the number of licensed premises, Footscray has fewer problems with associated assaults and other crimes than areas such as the CBD. He said CCTV and an increase in police foot patrols had helped curb the issue of public drinking and antisocial behaviour around the centre of Footscray, but theft from bottle shops remains an issue.

Sale of the centuries It’s a chance to buy a piece of history. Williamstown Historical Society is holding a garage sale of antiques and collectables from its museum as it prepares to move out of its home of 62 years. The museum is housed in the Williamstown Mechanics Institute, a National Trust building that is undergoing restoration. According to the National Trust database, Williamstown Mechanics Institute was begun in 1859 and is the oldest and most substantial in Victoria. Society secretary Kate Watson said the building was being underpinned and totally remodelled to bring it up to date and ensure it was safe. “Most of the stuff will go into storage but we do have duplicates of lots of the items and less room to store them so we thought we might as well pass some of these on,” she said. “We have got old sewing machines, like the Singer sewing machines with the treadle

underneath,” she said. “We’ve got ceramics and glass, pictures, books, bottles, clocks, a brass bedstead, plus lots of small items.” Renovations are expected to take up to three years. The garage sale is on April 28 from 9am-4pm at the Williamstown Mechanics Institute, 5 Electra Street, Williamstown. Enter via the museum entrance. Goya Dmytryshchak

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Look forward to no more trucks on local roads. We’re building a vital alternative to the Westt llow Gate Bridge that will slash congestion and allow Victorians to get moving again. This project will: • widen the West Gate Freeway from 8 to 12 lanes • provide direct access from the West Gate Freeway to the Port of Melbourne • create 6,000 jobs.

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

Centre have come together to establish a Certificate III in aged care course at Joan Kirner House in Williamstown. Seeking expressions of interest for a 26-week course starting July. ■ 9369 2726

Gig guide Littlefoot

Thursday, April 19 Singer-songwriter Stephen Grady will perform solo before he hits the studio with his new band. From 8pm, free. 223 Barkly Street, Footscray

Picturing Footscray

Friday nights Local band The Alleged Associates Trio features Footscray soul princess Zerafina Zara and regular guests. From 7pm, free. 101 Rosamond Road, Maribyrnong

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Friday, April 20 The White Goat Band plays classic rock in the waterfront clubhouse of the Williamstown Maritime Association. From 8pm, free. 82 Nelson Place, Williamstown

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Criminologist Claire Loughnan will speak about the ethical implications of immigration detention at the Hobsons Bay Refugee Network AGM on April 23 at 6.45pm. It’s at Newport Community Hub, Mechanics Hall, 13 Mason Street, Newport. ■ 9397 6401 or morrowann8@gmail.com

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Saturday, April 21 Four-piece band, Frequency, promises to be an explosion of sound as the guitarists ignite their amps and awaken the dance floor. From 9.30pm, free. Courtesy bus available. 11 Altona Road, Altona

Friends of Newport Lakes will unveil the winners of its photography competition at its 21st birthday celebration at Newport Lakes, April 22 from noon-3pm. There’ll be live music, kids’ activities, photo displays and cake. ■ friendsofnewportlakes.com or Facebook

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Join 10,000 other motoring enthusiasts for the 42 heritage races of the 42nd Historic Winton from May 26-27 at Winton Motor Raceway. It’s car lovers’ heaven with the race cars and motorbikes of old vying for glory once again. Here’s your chance to win one of eight weekend double passes, each valued at $120. www.historicwinton.org To enter, click on the WIN tab at www. starweekly.com.au and follow the prompts. Entries close at 11.59pm on Sunday, April 22 and will be drawn the next day at 380 City Road, Southbank, 3006. Entrants must be over 18 years old and reside in Victoria. See our Competition Terms & Conditions for more details. All winners will be contacted direct by the prize supplier within seven days of the winners being drawn.

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‘Old and New in Footscray’ is the guiding theme for this year’s Picturing Footscray photo competition. All entries will be shown at VU at MetroWest and are in the running for a total prize pool of $5000 judged by renowned street photographer Jesse Marlow. Entries close April 27. ■ www.vu.edu.au

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Car boot sale

Hobsons Bay Men’s Shed is holding a car boot sale on Sunday, April 22 from 10am-3pm at 280 Queen Street, Altona. $10 for stall holders and free for the public. ■ 9398 2383

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The Spirit lives The Centenary of Anzac 2014 to 2018 is Australia’s most important period of national commemoration. With Anzac Day approaching, now is a time to reflect upon the enormous war effort at the turn of the last century that helped forge our country’s identity and solidified our sense of patriotism and national pride. Marking 100 years since our involvement in the First World War, the Anzac Centenary is a time to reflect upon and honour the service and sacrifice of our original ANZACs. The Australian Government is supporting a number of commemorative, educational and cultural initiatives to help educate younger generations and to keep the memory of the war effort alive. Anzac Centenary activities have been organised in every state throughout Australia with a focus on educating younger Australians.

Maud: A farm girl who posed as a man to help the war effort. Maud Butler was a 16 year-old farming girl who snuck aboard a war ship attempting to fight for her country. Hailing from Kurri Kurri, a small town in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, she said she “had a terrible desire to help in some way”. Once aboard, dressed in an army uniform she had found “in bits and pieces”, she mixed with other soldiers, sleeping in the life rafts at night. She attempted twice to go to the front lines, eventually helping the war effort as a nurse. Described at the time as “a clear-skinned, rosycheeked, bright-eyed type of healthy country girl”, she was famous during the First World War effort and seen as a symbol of might and courage and doing your best to help. Some would say the perfect example of the fighting Anzac spirit.

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2.15pm on Saturday, April 21: March from sub-branch to the cenotaph at the end of Pier Street for 3pm service and wreath-laying, followed by a quiet celebration at the club.

6am on Wednesday, April 25: Dawn service at the cenotaph, then back to the club for the traditional Gunfire Breakfast and two-up.


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YARRAVILLE 52 Powell Street, 3013

Williams Real Estate: 9397 2000 Auction: April 28 at 10.30am

Greg Hocking Elly Partners: 8387 0000 Auction: April 28 at 3.30pm

Price: $1.35 million – $1.45 million

Price: $1.4 million – $1.5 million

This beautiful federation-style family residence on a generous block has a stunning outdoor entertaining area that includes a gorgeous in-ground pool. This family-focused residence is in a cul de sac and close to North Williamstown. Enjoy two separate living zones, one with plush carpeting and fireplace with ornate timber surround. The first of four bedrooms is also on the ground floor, with the hardwood central hall flowing through to the kitchen, meals and lounge area. There’s a potbelly log fire in the lounge room, as well as a contemporary bay window, split-systems and access to the beautiful pergola area with exposed timber detail and paving. The pergola looks out to the pool and lawn. Upstairs, three bedrooms have built-in robes, the main with en suite and walk-in robe. Ducted heating, a double garage and two garden sheds are other inclusions.

Here is the renovation project you’ve been looking for. This fantastic original-condition California bungalow, set on a big block, is a big house that stands opposite Beaton Reserve. Located on one of the prettiest streets in Yarraville, the house is two blocks from the vibrant life of the village centre. There are three bedrooms, two living areas (one could easily be a fourth bedroom) and a large store room, plus a second storage room accessed from the back patio and an original kitchen-meals area. The external bathroom has been retained – handy for while works are being carried out. Owned by the same family for 45 years, this unpolished gem has picture rails, a fireplace, lovely timber fretwork, lead-light windows, a bay window in the front bedroom and timber floors. Set on about 470 square metres, this property promises inner-west living at its best.

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WEST FOOTSCRAY 53 Devonshire Street, 3012

Jas Stephens Real Estate: 9316 9000 Auction: April 28 at 11.30am

Sweeney Estate Agents Yarraville: 9687 8388 Auction: May 5 at noon

Price: $1 million - $1.05 million

Price: $940,000 – $990,000

Whether it is the picture-perfect Edwardian facade, the period detail throughout, the rear access, great location and floor plan or potential for creating further room (STCA), this property is definitely one for the inspection list. Enjoy a formal lounge area replete with a fireplace and period surround, hardwood floors and high ceilings. Three generous bedrooms include one with its own fireplace. The kitchen and meals area adjoins a second casual living area. The paved courtyard’s established trees create a welcoming feel to outdoor spaces. Set in ever-popular Kingsville, an easy commute to the CBD and close to schools and sports facilities, this one will have plenty of admirers.

This fantastic ’50s-era property is set on a large block of about 600 square metres on a great street. The horseshoe shape of the layout, indicative of the era, works well, with a deep front hall leading to the front lounge room with gas fireplace and made-to-measure curtains with a matching pelmet. There are three large, carpeted bedrooms, a central bathroom and a great ’50s-era kitchen and meals area. The backyard is generous. The garage is set at the rear of the block at the end of a concreted side way. With restored hardwood floors, split-systems, impeccably maintained spaces and possibilities in droves, here is a classic property with room for the whole family.

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WEST FOOTSCRAY 312 Geelong Road, 3012 Burnham Real Estate Footscray: 9687 1344

Price: Contact Agent

This example of late Edwardian architecture has been left in original condition and will entice those looking for a period property with renovation potential. With vision, this property will reap dividends. It is located close to all there is to enjoy in the inner west, such as Seddon and Yarraville shopping precincts as well as close proximity to Footscray, its markets

and entertainment, not to mention easy access to the city. The classic facade evokes an era in which horse-and cart transport was still used around this area. Original sash windows at the front are graced with leadlight work. Enter to the inviting hall with timber wall panelling and decorative ceilings. A craftsman-style internal door opens to the front lounge room with

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original ceiling detail, a bay window and wall-mounted gas heater. The first of three similar large bedrooms is opposite, with a stylish light fitting, ornate ceiling work and sash widows to restore, enjoy and open on balmy nights. The kitchen and meals area is at the rear of the property, as is the bathroomcum-laundry. The backyard is large-enough for an extension (STCA).

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There is an external toilet. Located close to Hansen Reserve, Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, Kingsville Primary School and West Footscray station, here is your project found. Owned by the same family for more than 70 years and set on about 369 square metres, this time capsule will capture hearts. Samantha Freestone

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Auction - This Saturday 21 April 13/3 Johnston Street

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Forthcoming Auction $550k - $600,000 A SURPRISE PACKAGE!

Sat 21 Apr 10.00 for 10.30

126 The Avenue

SPOTSWOOD

$790k - $860,000 Sat 21 Apr 2.15 - 2.45

Sun 22 Apr 1.45 - 2.15

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Sat 21 Apr 11.30 - 12.00

Sun 22 Apr 12.30 - 1.00

31 Greene Street

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17 Ann Street

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7 Steampacket Lane

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1 Wattle Grove

SEAHOLME

$1,450,000

Sat 21 Apr 12.00 - 12.30

Julian Montebello 0406 883 980

6 Jubilee Street

NEWPORT

$820,000

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Lot 38/6 Paine Street

NEWPORT

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138 North Road

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YARRAVILLE

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Williamstown

Sat 21 Apr 11.00 - 11.30

Sun 22 Apr 11.00 - 11.30

4/24 Twyford Street

NEW LISTING

SPACIOUS, NORTH-FACING COURTYARD

• Located in a premier street and in one of Williamstown’s best-kept apartment blocks, only minutes’ walk to the beach, this quiet ground floor unit makes the most of its spectacular environment • Two well-proportioned bedrooms, central bathroom, living area and functional kitchen round out the day-to-day essentials, while the generous private courtyard sets the scene for entertaining friends or for lazy weekend brunches with the sea breeze • An allocated car space is also on-site • Just a short stroll away from all of the amenities that Williamstown is so famous for... Enjoy Williamstown Beach, Botanic Gardens, Nelson Place cafes and restaurants, plus Williamstown Railway Station just up the road and local schools close by

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AUCTION Saturday 5 May at 10.30 MELWAYS 56 D11 INSPECT Saturday 21 April 10.00 - 10.30 Sunday 22 April 10.00 - 10.30

ENQUIRY $470,000 - $520,000 CONTACT Katie Smith 0425 737 673 katies@williamsre.com.au

Newport

NEW LISTING

6 John Liston Drive

LIVE THE GOOD LIFE!

• Wake up every morning to the beautiful serenity of a view of the park, providing a country feel in an inner city location • Impeccably maintained and beautifully presented, it’s so nice to come home to this warm and inviting property • Situated in a premium pocket of Newport, The Williamstown Junction is family-friendly, secluded and quiet yet so conveniently located, literally minutes’ walk to Newport Railway Station, an abundance of great cafes, schools (zoned for Williamstown North Primary) and The Strand waterfront • Offering two separate living zones, there is a formal lounge at the front of the home and an open-plan kitchen/dining/living room at the rear • The outdoors are a wonderful mix of a tranquil haven to relax and unwind with lovely trees providing a screen of privacy and a perfect entertaining space, with an expansive decking leading straight into a double garage • Further features include a huge attic storage space above the garage, ducted heating and evaporative cooling, 2.1KW solar panels, polished floorboards and quality finishes throughout the home

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AUCTION Saturday 5 May at 11.30 MELWAYS 55 K6 INSPECT Saturday 21 April 10.30 - 11.00 Sunday 22 April 11.45 - 12.15

ENQUIRY Contact Agent CONTACT Lauren Wood 0411 648 509 laurenw@williamsre.com.au

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South Kingsville

3/47A New Street

NEW LISTING

THE PERFECT PACKAGE!

• Whether you’re a couple or small family looking for an affordable entry to the property market, a downsizer wanting a low-maintenance single level home or a wise investor, this is the perfect property for you • Brand sparkling new and ready for you to move in and enjoy this wonderfully bright and light-filled home, fitted with all the modern features you could ever want or need • The open-plan design includes the kitchen, dining and living room and opens out to a spacious rear garden that is larger than expected, making entertaining a breeze or expanding the family a viable option • Featuring beautiful polished timber floorboards, stone benchtops, stainless steel appliances, split system heating and cooling, a security system and a single remote lock-up garage

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ENQUIRY $650,000 - $700,000 CONTACT Lauren Wood 0411 648 509 laurenw@williamsre.com.au

Williamstown

3 Rifle Range Drive

NEW LISTING

THE STYLE, THE SPACE, THE SEA

• Spacious, contemporary, low-maintenance living, perfectly positioned only a short stroll to Williamstown Beach, within easy access to transport, schools, shops, parks and all the amenities that The Rifle Range Estate offers • The ground level comprises two separate living areas, updated kitchen, laundry and powder room • On the first level you will find the master bedroom with walk-in-robe and ensuite, two additional bedrooms with built-in-robes, central bathroom with a bath and a separate toilet • Further to this, the top level adds an enormous retreat with flexibility to become a grand suite, cinema room, home office or rumpus, including water views at the front and rear • Extra features include a secure lock-up double garage via rear access, ample storage throughout, landscaped gardens and a low-maintenance rear yard that truly is an entertainers’ delight

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ENQUIRY $1.35m - $1.45m CONTACT Katie Smith 0425 737 673 katies@williamsre.com.au

Seaholme

1 Wattle Grove

LOCATION AND LIFESTYLE - IT’S ALL HERE

• Beyond its secure front fence, this expansive home showcases a contemporary open-plan layout, multiple living areas, architecturally designed light-filled interiors and undercover entertaining zones • Boasting a low-maintenance design, this immaculate home will inspire effortless family living with its large kitchen, three generously sized bedrooms with built-in-robes, two bathrooms and an indoor sauna • Additionally offering ducted gas heating, open fireplace and evaporative cooling for all year-round comfort. Externally featuring a vast undercover alfresco area with a built-in 900mm cooktop, wood-fire pizza oven, lounge space, speakers and outdoor heating • Conveniently located in a tightly held pocket of Seaholme and within walking distance of Seaholme Primary School, Railway Station, Beach, Boat Ramp, Soccer Club, Cherry Lake, Pier Street Shops and more • Secure this property today and reap the lifestyle rewards for years to come

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53 Aitken Street Williamstown

Invoke An Innovator’s Approach The position, the proportions and – above all – the potential of this property paints an outstanding development portrait within one of Williamstown’s most prized precincts. Full-length side laneway and 18.2m approx. frontage set the scene for a fabulously rewarding future defined by allotment proportions measuring some 404m2 approx. that signify scope for a new family home or multi-unit development STCA on the present warehouse/factory site. Mere minutes from Nelson Place and the Williamstown train station.

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Altona 9398 8888

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93 Esplanade, Williamstown An exclusive esplanade address with absolute beach frontage in Williamstown is exceptionally rare. Tudor in style with refined period details seamlessly blend with modern conveniences with four bedrooms. Spectacular timber panelled entrance with flexible entertainer’s floorplan, uninterrupted Bay views and first class kitchen-dining with butler’s pantry. Comprises exquisite stairway, grand master bedroom, exceptional views, BIR’s and ensuite. Two further bedrooms upstairs, fourth downstairs, plus a romantic sunset balcony. Truly luxurious with hydronic heating, modern bathrooms, laundry and double garage with off street parking. Near private schools, Williamstown Beach Train, hospital, shopping precinct, the CBD and Westage freeway.

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509/47 Nelson Place, Williamstown A penthouse apartment without peer, individually fitted and finished to meet the most exacting standards of style, this fabulous two bedroom, two bathroom ROSNY residence’s un-paralleled views across Williamstown and over the bay complement superb living/dining spaces and a generous balcony. A kitchen featuring huge storage, elite appliances and stone benches accompanies the alluring living areas while a separate central study adds to the attraction of a design where integrated cabling, three reverse cycle heating/cooling systems, keyless entry to two secure car spaces, an allocated storage unit, bicycle parking and video surveillance deliver ultimate desirability moments from the water.

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509/47nelsonplacewilliamstown.com.au

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Altona 9398 8888

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36 Franklin Street, Newport A first home you’ll never forget, equally attractive as an astute investment, this inviting, impressively updated residence makes perfect sense - to both the head and the heart! Two welcoming bedrooms arranged around a spacious central living room lead to a separate kitchen/meals area that reflects the care and quality of this home’s renovation while the bathroom is similarly stylish, superbly presented and instantly appealing. Polished floors, heating, cooling and high ceilings enhance the indoor profile while private paved entertaining, a lock-up garage and additional car parking further complement a property that puts Mason Street, Newport station and The Strand all within such easy reach.

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2 1 2 $850,000 - $900,000 Sat 12th May at 12.30pm Sat 12-12.30pm Mark de Brabander 0406 536 447 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305

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9 Sussex Street, Seaholme Totally, traditionally comfortable and classically user friendly, the dimensions of this bright three bedroom home are complemented by a beautiful position and a brilliant block featuring the natural advantage of north facing rear proportions. An inviting lounge, separate family room and spacious, serviceable kitchen/meals areas precede paved outdoor entertaining and the garden’s tempting depth while a neat modern bathroom accompanies the accommodation. A perfect example of a property where present day appeal is matched by fantastic prospects for making even more of a great allotment by renovating or re-developing, STCA, in a sought after setting so close to Altona beach, Seaholme Primary School, bayside bike paths and Seaholme station.

9sussexstreetseaholme.com.au

Williamstown 8387 0000

Yarraville 8387 0011

Altona 9398 8888

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4 Merrett Drive, Williamstown Designed with families in mind, created so that its spaces bring everyone together as effectively as they offer individual escapes, this outstanding contemporary residence conveys style on a significant scale. The refinement of a formal lounge, separate dining room and a generous study is complemented by the relaxed family-friendliness of open-plan living and dining areas that surround a kitchen fitted with a focus on quality, finished in fabulous black and white. Four double bedrooms define the luxury of an upstairs level that includes impressively appointed ensuite and central bathrooms and the versatility of a light-filled retreat/third living domain. Alfresco entertaining, private paved landscaping, a double garage and access to O’Connell Mews complete a compelling family property moments from the Bay Trail that traverses parkland reserves and takes you swiftly, safely to Williamstown HS, the swimming beach and beyond.

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4 2 2 $1,550,000 - $1,700,000 Sat 5th May at 1.30pm Sat 1-1.30pm Leigh Melbourne 0414 239 986 Wayne Elly 0410 305 305

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3 3 2 Contact Agent Sat 21st Apr at 1.30pm Sat 1-1.30pm Jacob Davis 0433 208 312 Jessica Tse 0439 332 888

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2/93 Stevedore Street, Williamstown Each space of this superbly situated townhouse endorses the excellence of a design that reflects the ongoing success of Miceli Oldfield Sinton Architects’ vision. Living/dining areas that link to an inviting balcony are accompanied by a Caesar stone kitchen. The ground floor comprises two double bedrooms and two gleaming bathrooms including a main bedroom adjoined by a beautifully appointed ensuite. The top floor represents next level allure as a master bedroom with a third bathroom and refined terrace creates a retreat with city views. Secure basement parking and a position that’s pivotal to every Williamstown attraction complete a picture of modern perfection.

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Williamstown 8387 0000

Yarraville 8387 0011

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Altona 9398 8888

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70 Bishop Street, Yarraville Period appeal and contemporary proportions intersect seamlessly throughout this inviting family property close to Kingsville Primary School and Cruickshank Park. Five bedrooms surrounding a beautiful central sitting room establish the family credentials of a floorplan that features a bathroom of fabulous size and flawless presentation. An open-plan kitchen defined by stone surfaces, a meals island and a walk-in pantry serves separately zoned living and dining areas, each enjoying aspects over an alfresco entertaining space. Ducted heating and evaporative cooling, impressive attention to detail and a generous laundry further enhance a luxuriously renovated home surrounded by landscaped gardens including a secure double garage.

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52 Powell Street, Yarraville Perfectly positioned within a tranquil street opposite Beaton Reserve and only two blocks from Yarraville’s bustling cafes, Sun Theatre and Train station, this Californian Bungalow awaits a complete makeover or rebuild (STCA). Within the one family for 45 years and oozing street appeal, there are many period features such as picture rails, fireplace, timber fretwork, lead light windows, bay window, facade shingles and timber floors. In original condition, this four bedroom home is on an excellent block of approximately 470m2 with an open plan kitchen-dining room, a secure rear yard, shed, separate laundry and toilet. This home awaits your imagination and creative energy to establish your own family dream home in this most idyllic location. Opposite a spectacular reserve with a playground, Farmers Market, Community Centre and space to kick a footy. A most coveted position being only a stroll into the heart of Yarraville and within close proximity to medical centres, primary schools, secondary colleges, Victoria University, Footscray Hospital, Williamstown’s beach and marinas and easy access to the Westgate freeway and CBD.

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4 1 1 $1,400,000 - $1,500,000 Sat 28th Apr at 3.30pm Sat 1.30-2pm Anna Grech 0438 446 051 Terry Fitzpatrick 0422 971 667 Cristina Wills 0411 370 147

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Williamstown 8387 0000

Yarraville 8387 0011

Altona 9398 8888

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5 Empress Avenue, Kingsville Impressive renovated home of excellent dimensions, designer presentation with secure front and rear carports. Quiet street, low maintenance, 3x bedrooms, 2x BIR’s, storage, quality kitchen, Stone waterfall benches, breakfast bar, office, split aircon and separate toilet/laundry. Courtyard sanctuary for chilling out or entertaining. Near West Footscray Train, Seddon/Yarraville/Footscray medical facilities, schools, theatres, cafés and an eclectic culinary delight of restaurants.

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Perfectly presented and positioned, this extended family home offers scope to reinvent or redevelop (STCA). Incorporate 4x bedrooms with fans, timber floors and vast master bedroom with A/C! The magnificent living-dining room extension features cathedral ceilings, fireplace and a new designer kitchen with breakfast bar. Includes excellent bathroom, separate toilet/laundry, superb workshop, garage and off street parking. Close local school, CBD and Newport train.

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4/88 Victoria Street, Williamstown Positioned in one of Williamstown’s finest streets only a stroll from the Williamstown North Train Station, Rifle Range Shops, beach, town centre and croquet club. Ground floor first class spacious two bedroom unit perfect for first homeowners, investors and downsizers. Includes new kitchen and bathroom, spacious and light open plan living-dining area, exceptionally generous bedrooms with BIR’s. Completing the picture of home address essentials is your own off-street carpark!

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245 Hyde Street, Yarraville Exceptional development (STCA) high exposure site with Industrial 3 zoning, approx. 618.75m2, ideal warehousing/offices on corner off Little Hyde St, only moments from CBD and Westgate freeway. Alternately, invest in 3x renovated properties, including a 3 BR house and 2x self-contained units with 2x BR’s ea, currently realising rental return of approx. $52,560pa inclusive of utilities. Each has updated kitchens and bathrooms, off-street parking and landscaped courtyards.

7 3 $1,000,000 - $1,100,00 Sat 5th May at 2.30pm Thu 12.30-1pm Sat 10.30-11am Contact Anna Grech 0438 446 051 Terry Fitzpatrick 0422 971 667 BER Auction Inspect

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Yarraville 8387 0011

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Altona 9398 8888

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49 Ferguson Street, Williamstown VIC 3016 P 03 9397 5555

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Looking for a new home site? Interested in development? Looking to renovate? Then here is your opportunity! Ideally located in this popular growing area, residents will enjoy the close proximity to all amenities including local schools, shops, cafes, public transport and only mins to Williamstown and the freeway for CBD access. Property comprises 3 bedrooms, bathroom, 2nd shower, kitchen w D/W, laundry, lounge w large north facing windows, gas fireplace, good sized LUG and a lovely rear yard.

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Nestled in this sought after bayside location on an allotment of approx. 664M2, this classic Californian bungalow is close to shopping, schools, PT & only mins walk from The Strand foreshore. Floor plan comprises: 3 bdrms (BIR), 2 bthrms, a pwdr room, huge family room, sep living room, & study. The kitchen is modern & inc. DW & gas S/S appliances & glass splash backs, there is a sep dining room. In addition, the home has gas ducted heating. 1 garage facing Bunbury Street, an additional oversized garage facing the rear lane & also a large shed with a pitched high ceiling.

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This delightful family house occupies an allotment of approx 468 M2 (12.8m x 36.59m). A large rear yard & a LUG for at least two cars & includes OSP & a carport. Features incl. 2 x bdrms w BIR, large lounge room w gas heater & s/s air con, separate dining room & adjacent kitchen, bthrm & laundry. The property has had considerable upkeep incl. new aluminium windows & gates, window coverings, electric roller shutters, electrics re-wired, new concrete driveway, security doors installed, kitchen updated in 2007, insulation in the ceilings & new valleys & ridging to the roof.

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PRICE $POA VIEW Saturday 12:30 - 1:00PM As advertised or by appointment AGENT Kevin Gunn M 0418 997 914 Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449

3 bdrm townhouse feats: A large mstr bdrm w WIR & ensuite, whilst 2 add bdrms (w BIRs) access a matching central bathroom. Open plan living inc. generous lounge & dining spaces, plantation shutters, ceiling fans, modern kitchen feat S/S apps & DW. Pwdr room. Balcony & private courtyard. Split system aircon thruout, alarm, sep laundry, great storage, 3 toilets, remote garage + private driveway. Handy to public transport, Altona North Primary School, Bay fit Leisure Centre, Altona Lakes Golf Course, The Circle shopping village, with quick access to Altona Gate & freeway.

PRICE $POA VIEW Saturday 11:30AM - 12:00PM As advertised or by appointment AGENT Anthony Gunn M 0409 377 449 Josif Hatzinikolis M 0421 699 222

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3 Collingwood Road, NEWPORT

Williamstown 9397 6167 View

Sat 21st May 1.30pm - 2.00pm Sun 22nd May 12.30pm - 1.00pm

Auction Saturday 12th May 12.30PM Auction Reserve Price $2,350,000

Rosemary Jamonts 0405 535 434

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This Bayside Newport site of approximately 1,095 square metres presents a very rare and exciting development opportunity. Capitalise on this outstanding address, close to The Strand waterfront with a 20.11 m frontage and have it realise a spectacular return on investment (STCA). Double storey improvements could potentially provide spectacular views. The current brick home is more than comfortable to occupy or let during your development planning phase.

Nathan Smith 0400 843 331 rh.com.au/williamstown

93 Hanmer Street Williamstown Historic, gracious and of family dimensions with an entertainers floorplan seamlessly blending old world style with classy convenience. A home featuring unique inter-twined iron veranda posts, timber floors, grand cornicing and a barrel vaulted brick cellar. Boasting 4 generous bedrooms, the vast master with BIR’s, ensuite and split A/C, a front lounge that is a statement in style with bay window, ornamental fireplace and bookshelf-niches with ornate plasterwork. An open plan kitchen-dining features timeless quality fitments, with an adjoining rear lounge bathed in sunlight, French doors and a stunning glass roofed sundeck and alfresco garden. There is a rear office-library, remote accessed garage, workshop/studio and a stunning position.

rtedgar.com.au AUCTION Saturday 5th May at 11:30am (Unless Sold Prior) VIEW Wednesday 18th April 5.45pm - 6.15pm & Saturday 21st April 10.30am - 11.00am | PRICE $1,800,000 - $1,900,000 Joanne Royston 0402 996 622 | Daylan Kempster 0400 234 122

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31 DARNLEY STREET, BRAY A BROOK AY

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• Existing seven bedroom weatherboard home in need of repairs • Corner block, large frontage approx 29.5 metres • Land size approx 540m2 on two seperate titles • Development potential (STCA) • Brilliant location, close to shops, schools & public transport including Albion train station

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INSPECT C CT By Appointment C NTA CO T CT TA C David Falcone 0413 116 717 MAP REF 26 E10

21/7 KING EDWARD AV A ENUE, ALBION

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BUILDERS R & DEVELOPERS RS R DRE RS R AM! RE • 4 spacious bedrooms, 2 with MBIR’s • Lounge room with air conditioner & gas heater • Open plan kitchen & meals area • Sunroom • Central bathroom • Large garage • Huge allotment approx 707 m2 • Potential multi-unit development site (STCA) • Brilliant location, close to parks, shops, schools & public transport

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SAT A URDAY AT A 12TH MAY AY A AT AY A 12 NOON INSPECT C CT Saturday 11.30 - 12.00pm C NTA CO T CT TA C David Falcone 0413 116 717 MAP REF 41 B1

• One bedroom • Lounge room • Kitchen with meals area • Bathroom, toilet & common laundry • Car park space • Close to schools, shops & transport • Currently rented $997 pcm

• One bedroom • Lounge room • Kitchen with meals area • Central bathroom, toilet & laundry • Currently tenanted $954 pcm

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INSPECT C CT Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm C NTA CO T CT TA C Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 MAP REF 26 D11

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AN EXCITING OPPORT R UNITY! RT • 3 comfortable bedrooms • Spacious lounge room with gas heater • Neat kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright updated bathroom • Large allotment approx 666m2 • Development potential (STCA) • Brilliant location, close to Talintyre Road shops, schools & public transport

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• Four bedrooms • Lounge room • Kitchen with meals area • Sunroom/family room & bright bathroom • Carport & storage

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Features: new floating floorboards, timber venetian blinds & garden shed

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• Large bedrooms • Lounge room • Kitchen & meals area • Huge allotment for development opportunity (STCA) • Land size 650m2 approx

• Taking $90,000 to $100,000 per week • Rental $9,255 pcm approx including all outgoings • Lease 5 years

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At its meeting on Tuesday 10 April 2018, Hobsons Bay City Council resolved to prepare and place on public exhibition its proposed annual budget for the financial year ending 30 June 2019. Annual Budget In accordance with Section 129 and 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 and Regulation 11 of the Local Government (Planning and Reporting) Regulations 2014, the Council gives notice that it has prepared a budget for the financial year commencing 1 July 2018. Public Inspection The proposed annual budget can be viewed online at http://participate. hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au and is available for inspection during normal business hours at: s(OBSONS"AY#IVIC#ENTRE #IVIC0ARADE !LTONA s7ILLIAMSTOWN,IBRARY &ERGUSON3TREET 7ILLIAMSTOWN s!LTONA,IBRARY 1UEEN3TREET !LTONA s.EWPORT#OMMUNITY(UB -ASON3TREET .EWPORT s!LTONA.ORTH,IBRARY -C!RTHURS2OADSCORNER-ILLERS2OAD

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WERRIBEE 2 Troup Court, Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd April, 9am-4pm. Moving house sale. A fair bit of stuff.

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BIRD CAGE, 185cm H x 75cm x 60 cm W. Brand new. $100 Ph: 9255 6326 after 6pm. COUCH Leather, 2.5 seater. Honey colour w/ matching recliner. $80 the pair. Good Condition. Ph: 0421 930 114 MATTRESS DB brand new (therapeutic), new folding bed, 6 new folding garden chairs, dyer, Simpson washing machine, laundry sink with taps & cupboards, white 2 door wardrobe, new household items, will sell seperate. Prices negotiable. Phone: 0416 702 334.

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NATURAL PLUS

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

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HOUSE CLEANING Professional and reliable cleaner with phone references. Werribee/Hoppers Crossing area. Ph: 0411 173 054.

Massage Therapists

2-4 HANDS Swedish Relaxation Massage. Werribee area, 7 days per week, 10am-8pm. Please phone 0425 805 090.

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

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VOCALIST, Male or female wanted for classic rock band, must have own equipment. Ph: 0407 560 122

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

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WYNDHAM VALE 5 Nautilus Close, Sat 21st April, 8am-2pm, good quality clothes/shoes, bed linen, electrical and much more. Massive Sale.

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TARNEIT 29 Chantelle Parade, Saturday 21st April, 6am-12 midday. Moving overseas. Everything must go.

WILLIAMSTOWN 179 Melbourne Road, Saturday 21st April 8am-2pm. Shed 3.6x6, books, plants, toys, bikes, bric-a-brac, etc....

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WILLIAMSTOWN 116 Railway Place, Saturday 21st April, 9am2pm, rain or shine. Too much stuff to list. Find us on Gumtree for more detail.

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CLAIRVOYANT Medium, M.L. Djabi, With African Super Magic I can help, regardless of how serious or difficult to solve your problem is. Love, health, business, work, family problems, union of couples, spiritual ailments, impotence, vices, luck prevision and future, house and business cleanings, remote work by mail, phone, etc. Considered one of the best professionals, 0415 583 694 Dandenong area.

Clearing Sales

VANOSHY PRE LOVED GOODS We buy and sell household items, if you are having clean out we pay cash for unwanted items in good quality condition. Ph: 9360 4190 or 0466 907 714

Adult Services

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Wishes to advise that he will be retiring from his medical practice at 98 Queen Street, Altona 3018 on 8th May, 2018. All current histories will be under the care of Dr V. Rane of 230 Blackshaws Rd, North Altona. Ph: 9329 0626 after that date. Dr Rane is happy to continue your care with a referral from your GP. Dr . Sahhar wants to thank you for allowing him to care for you over many years and wishes you and your family health and happiness in the future. - Dr S B Sahhar

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18 ALBEMARLE ST WILLIAMSTOWN 3023

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Dr S B Sahhar

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PROPOSAL TO UPGRADE A MOBILE PHONE BASE STATION AT 120 MASON STREET, NEWPORT, VIC, 3015

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To Let

CARAVAN HIRE, All sizes, from $55 per week. Phone 0408 369 770. FOOTSCRAY FF room or self contained, central location, close to all facilities. Responsible gent. Ph: 0432 261 397. SPOTSWOOD 3BR house, close to all facilities, neat and clean. References and bond required 0412 691 168. WEST FOOTSCRAY 1BR flat, close to all facilities. For more info call Stan or Julie on 9689 4327.

INVALID MOBILITY WALKER - 4 Wheels. New, never used. $140. Phone 0409 516 748. MOBILITY SCOOTER Shoprider, battery and charger, very good condition, little use, basket on front, shopping bag on back, mirrors, Williamstown. Reduced to $950 ono. 0429 847 285.

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We require a fully qualified Panel Beater or Re-Assembler for our busy workshop in the Hoppers Crossing area. Immediate start. Call: 8360 8055

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Full time. General duties. Must be reliable and honest. Must have driver's licence. 9391 4597.

OWNER DRIVER & STAFF REQUIRED

Sunshine transport company seeking owner driver 1T - 2T van plus courier MR and HR staff. Immediate start and experience essential. Ph (03) 8640 9668.

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SPORT Boyd puts his hand up for AFL selection Footscray has a tough trip away to Geelong at GMHBA Stadium on Saturday. Both teams are 1-1 after two weeks. Meanwhile, Williamstown was on the winners’ list for the first time this season, with a 32-point win over Essendon on Saturday. Leading by just one point at three quarter-time, the Seagulls put the foot down with a five-goal-to-one last term. Willie Wheeler and Michael Gibbons racked up possessions at will. Wheeler had 25 disposals to earn best-on-ground honours, while Gibbons finished with 24. Nick Meese capped off a 53 hit-out, 12 tackle game with two goals for the Seagulls, while Jaylon Thorpe also booted two. Williamstown will square off with western rivals Werribee in a blockbuster meeting of stand-alone clubs at Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday. Lance Jenkinson

Glory shows solid signs

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Football Club finally opened its new $11.75 million facility last Saturday night. It was a joyous moment of celebration for those who worked so hard to make it happen and a new starting point for the future of the club. The new facility boasts 56 rooms, including function rooms, meeting rooms, offices, kitchens, a gym and much more. Sports clubs are enjoying a windfall at the moment, with both state and federal governments splashing the cash out. The Western Bulldogs were beaming with the news of the millions about to be poured into Whitten Oval, and rightly so. We all know how important our sports clubs and teams are to our suburbs and ourselves. I hope the pollies realise that and are not just pork-barrelling for votes. Surely not?

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always good to see local players giving it a shot at the next level. I will watch with interest two young blokes at Footscray and Werribee in the VFL – Nayef Hamad with the Doggies and Jack Brauman at Werribee. I saw a fair bit of Nayef at Spotswood. He is a goer, as is the helmeted Brauman, from GDFL club Bannockburn. Nayef is 21 and Jack 22. Given a chance at higher level, who knows what may happen for these two?

By Lance Jenkinson New Yarraville Glory coach Paul Donnelly was aware of the enormous task facing the club in its bid to get back to being competitive with teams in the top half of the Football Federation Victoria men’s state league 1. It is not surprising to see the Glory begin the 2018 campaign slowly, having only signed Donnelly in the week prior to the season and rolling out an unsettled line-up due to underdone or injured players. After Saturday’s 1-0 away loss to North Sunshine Eagles at Larissa Reserve, which provided elements of encouragement for Donnelly, the Glory remains point-less from three games and on the bottom of the ladder. Donnelly is not deterred and is vowing to pick the Glory back up in time for a crucial away trip to Hoppers Crossing this Saturday. “It was heartbreaking for the guys because they put in a massive shift,” he said of the loss to the Eagles. “We still haven’t found our feet yet, we’re not fit enough yet and we’ve got a few injuries … but this was probably the best XI I’ve had on the park since I’ve been there, so it was good. “We knew we were playing a top side, so we were a bit more resolute and made it hard for them … it was a shame we couldn’t nick a point.” Yarraville was on a mission to contain the real threat that North Sunshine posed up front. At the top of the list of Eagles to blanket was Diellon Memishi. Memishi was the state league 1 golden boot winner with 19 goals last season and had already found the back of the net twice in two matches. For most of the game, Memishi was kept in check, but he only needed a sniff of goal to be the Eagles’ match winner. “We had a game plan to nullify him,” Donnelly said. “It worked for 89 minutes, but he’s got himself free for 20 seconds just after half-time and found the back of the net.” The Glory players walked away empty-handed, but feeling good about their performance. Ryan Stewart has been a fantastic addition to the centre of Yarraville’s defence and was outstanding for the Glory on Saturday. Captain Steve Georgekakis will be better for the run and forward Keith Burch is working his way back to peak form. Attacking players Darcey Den Ouden and Lewis Shannon have endured interrupted starts, but will be crucial to the Glory’s strike force this season. Meanwhile, Altona City suffered a

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interviewed Donald Brown, “Sheephead”, at the Bulldogs’ past players function last weekend. What a character he is! In the early ’70s, Don came from local footy to play 29 games for the red, white and blue before crippling knee injuries ended his time at the top. Gordon Casey told the crowd that had it not been for the knee problems, Sheephead would have been a 200-game player, such was his talent. He played and coached at the Seddon Football Club and was league best and fairest in its premiership year of 1976. Seddon is now part of the Yarraville Seddon Eagles.

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was sad to hear of the passing of Parkside legend John Lord. For a number of years, he had been presenting the best on ground medal for the WRFL division 1 grand final named in honour of his great friend Herb Pascarl, another Parkside legend. John was treasurer for more than a decade and scoreboard attendant for ever. A passionate stalwart of the Footscray Cricket Club, Merv Hughes Oval was his home away from home. A very humble and unassuming man, he will be sadly missed. RIP. Kevin Hillier

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Finn Huzzey flies high to win a header for Yarraville Glory. (Damjan Janevski)

disappointing 1-0 loss to Sydenham Park at Kim Reserve on Friday night. City is mid-table sixth with four points from three matches. In state league 2, Altona East Phoenix was pipped 1-0 by Geelong Rangers at Myers Reserve. In state league 3, Williamstown piled on four goals in the first half of a 5-2 road victory over La Trobe University.

In state league 4, Laverton beat Golden Plains 3-0 and Altona North eclipsed Bell Park 2-0. In women’s state league 2, Maribyrnong Swifts had a 0-0 draw with Ballarat Eureka Strikers, while Maidstone United lost 3-2 to Lara United. In NPL 2 west, Altona Magic’s had 2-0 win over Box Hill United.

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A Tom Boyd-inspired Footscray has opened its account in the Victorian Football League this season with a resounding 81-point win over Coburg Lions at the Victoria University Whitten Oval on Saturday. Boyd kicked five goals to go with 22 disposals, six marks, six tackles and 11 hit-outs in a best-on-ground display that will thrust his name in front of the Western Bulldogs selectors for their AFL clash with Fremantle on Saturday. It was an important win for Footscray after opening the season with a loss to Sandringham. The Bulldogs were far too classy for the stand-alone Coburg, piling on 14 goals to three after half-time. Midfielder Lukas Webb racked up 32 disposals. Webb worked hard defensively too, inflicting seven tackles. Tom Campbell put the ball on a platter for the Footscray midfielders. The imposing big man had 47 hit-outs, 13 disposals, five marks, seven tackles and two goals.

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By Lance Jenkinson Altona has gatecrashed Deer Park’s flag unfurling party to inflict a stunning upset on the opening day of the Western Region Football League division 1 season. The Vikings came back from 14 points down at three quarter-time to overrun the five-time defending champions by three points at John McLeod Oval on Saturday. Vikings coach Saade Ghazi praised his side’s willingness to fight every step of the way when most would have written it off. “To come back from that deficit when we didn’t have the scoring end [in the last quarter], it was a pretty good effort to win,” he said. “We had a longer pre-season than Deer Park with them starting off a bit later than us obviously with them playing finals, so the message was to just hang in there and it could turn. “The boys were really good, they stuck at it and were obviously really good last quarter.” The conditions made for a tough contested brand of football. The arm wrestle appeared to be going Deer Park’s way as it kicked 1.5 to 0.3 in the third quarter to take the lead beyond two goals – a significant advantage in a low scoring game. But Altona dug deep with a five-goal-to-two final term to pull off a win.

Altona Vikings coach Saade Ghazi is delighted with his team’s start to the season. (Damian Visentini)

Altona unveiled its new-look forward line to good affect with Patrick Rose and Sean Tighe booting three goals apiece. Mitch Turnbull, used at times as the focal point of the Vikings’ forward line in recent seasons, relished the chance to take on the third-best defender and finished with two goals of his own. “This year we’ve got a lot more options,”

Ghazi said. “It gives Mitch Turnbull and Elliot Cavallaro an opportunity to not get the first and second best defenders any more. “It also gives us three or four different avenues to goal, whereas last year we were a little bit predictable.” Mitch Norton, a VFL-listed player with Williamstown, was the best player for Altona on his return to his home club. The onballer used his speed and skill on the ball and on the wing to propel the Vikings forward. Another VFL-listed player, Harrison Tanner, aligned to Richmond, was brilliant in the midfield. Tanner calls Altona home after moving into the area. It was an impressive start for Altona, but it moves on with caution. Awaiting the Vikings over the next fortnight is the home opener against Spotswood and trip to last year’s runners up Sunshine Kangaroos. “We’ve got one tick so far, it was an important one, a great win for the footy club,” Ghazi said. “That was very positive, but we start thinking about Spotswood pretty quick.” Meanwhile, Spotswood began the season with a bang, thrashing Wyndhamvale to the tune of 77 points at McLean Reserve. Spencer Davis topped off a best-on-ground performance for the Woodsmen with four goals.

Yarraville Seddon’s five-goal forward Corey Salvador tried any which way to kick a goal on Saturday. (Damjan Janevski)

Eagles turn the tables on North Footscray Yarraville Seddon exacted revenge on North Footscray in a season opening 18-point win in the Western Region Football League division 2 grand final re-match at Hansen Reserve on Saturday. Fresh in the minds of the Eagles’ players would have been last September’s crushing 58-point grand final loss, but it spurred them on to victory as they won a low scoring scrap to make a positive start to the new campaign. Yarraville Seddon led at every change to run out convincing winners. Corey Salvador had a major impact for the Eagles with five goals, while Michael Tsaloukis lobbed two and Brandon Lester wrapped up best-afield honours. It was a dirty day for North Footscray, which could only muster seven goals. Tyren Montebruno kicked three goals and Jason Butty added two for the Devils, while

Brody Vorano was named best on the losing side. Next up, Yarraville Seddon will reignite an old rivalry with newly promoted Parkside in its home opener at Yarraville Oval. North Footscray will be on the road for the first time when it visits Manor Lakes. West Footscray made a flying start to the season with a 63-point win over Newport Power at Shorten Reserve. Power kicked the only two goals of the first quarter, but only managed two goals thereafter and the Roosters ran away with the game. Kamtorn Kenny-Jones was superb in attack for West Footscray, kicking four goals, while Leroy Hollingsworth was best-afield. Hamza Abdo was the pick of the Newport players. West Footscray will travel to Albanvale on Saturday, while Newport will face new side

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Point Cook, who crossed from the Victorian Amateur Football Association this season. Parkside was a massive first-up winner, belting Albanvale by 72 points at Henry Turner Reserve. Brent Kelly kicked six goals in a best-on-ground display. In division 3, Braybrook had an encouraging start to the season, downing Sunshine Heights by 12 points. Mark Tasiyan managed to boot four crucial goals for the Bombers in a low scoring game. The Bombers will play in an Anzac Day clash against North Sunshine at Pennell Reserve. Laverton had a miserable start to the season, going down to North Sunshine by 54 points at Laverton Park Reserve. The Magpies will be looking to bounce back when they visit Tarneit on Saturday. Lance Jenkinson

(Damjan Janevski)

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Mendes Finland bound Louise Mendes is ready to take her talents to the world. The 19-year-old hammer thrower will represent Australia for the first time at the IAAF World Under-20 Championships in Finland in July. “It’s just exciting to finally represent Australia,” she said. “It means all the hard work I’ve put in has paid off. “It’s my first time competing in an IAAF competition overseas and it will be completely different to what I’m used to.” Mendes was “stoked” when she got the call-up from Athletics Australia. The Altona resident achieved automatic qualification by winning the under-20 hammer throw competition at the Athletics Australia National Junior Championships in Sydney. “Winning nationals is such a big thing, but also knowing I’d be automatically selected for my first Australian team was phenomenal,” Mendes said. “I ended up getting the call a few days later from Athletics Australia to say I’d made it on this team.” Mendes has long been a specialist thrower at her home club, Athletics Essendon. She dropped off the discus to focus on the shot put and hammer. Working under coach Demetri Dionisopoulos, a former Australian star hammer thrower himself, Mendes has taken her career to another level. “I’ve been training with him for almost two years now and he’s really taken me under his wing,” Mendes said. “He’s changed my technique and that’s really what’s helped me qualify and make this competition – his effort and input.” Mendes has worked super hard to get the best out of herself. She trains six days a week and travels as far as Frankston for specialised coaching and competitions. “I’ve had to make a lot of sacrifices,” she said. “There’s been times where I haven’t been able to attend social gatherings because I’ve had a competition the next day. That’s all part of the sport and everyone experiences that.” Mendes dreams of representing Australia in open age competition – she sees her trip to Finland as the first steps on the international stage. “It will be a new and exciting experience and it will give me a taste of international competition,” she said. “I’ll be competing against people roughly my age and they’re all up and coming athletes that could make it to the senior ranks.” Mendes is the April nominee for the Don Deeble Rising Star Award. The award, hosted by Sunshine Western Region Sports Club and Star Weekly, recognises young athletes from Weekly the western suburbs who have achieved at state and/or national levels. Mendes will receive $1000, donated by the Yarraville Club Cricket Club, and other prizes to help assist her in achieving her sports goals. Lance Jenkinson


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