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Meet the voices of Wyndham, singers Bella Paige and Somer Smith. The teenagers, who hail from Hoppers Crossing and Werribee respectively, star in this year’s series of The Voice. Viewers of Monday night’s episode would have seen Somer’s blind audition for the program’s coaches Boy George, Kelly Rowland, Delta Goodrem and Joe Jonas. Somer, 19, wowed the judges with her rendition of His Eye is on the Sparrow, prompting them all to turn their chairs. After a standing ovation from the audience, Somer selected Rowland to be her coach. “With my music, I want to move people, and give them something to experience that they never have before,” Somer said. Meanwhile, Bella’s audition is set to air on Sunday, April 22. Bella, 16, appeared in the 2014 season of The Voice Kids and represented Australia at the 2015 Junior Eurovision contest. “There’s no better feeling than being on stage,” Bella said. The Voice continues on Sunday, April 22 at 7pm on Channel Nine. Alesha Capone

Ambo station plans stall By Alesha Capone and Charlene Macaulay A Manor Lakes ambulance station site is still being sought by the state government – a year later than it expected to have a location secured. In April last year, the government and Ambulance Victoria announced that paramedics who were to be based at the future station would work out of the Werribee ambulance station “until construction of the new branch is complete”. At the time, Ambulance Victoria chief

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by the state government in November, 2016, as part of $500 million in funding for new ambulance stations to be built across Victoria. When Star Weekly contacted the state government earlier this month to ask if a site had been selected for the Manor Lakes station, Health Minister Jill Hennessy said the government was “getting on with building a state-of-the-art 24-hour ambulance station in Manor Lakes”. “We are currently working to find a suitable parcel of land that will provide the best possible ambulance service for the people of

Wyndham,” she said. According to a statement from Ms Hennessy’s office, a number of sites are being investigated, with design and construction of the new station to follow the land purchase. Ambulance Victoria acting regional director Michael Georgiou said the Manor Lakes paramedics had been providing emergency response from their temporary base in Werribee for the past year while the organisation worked with the Department of Health and Human Services to secure “an appropriate location” for the new station.


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Building begins on new schools By Charlene Macaulay Construction is under way on two Wyndham prep to year nine schools, with both earmarked to open in term one, 2019. Work has begun on stage one of the new Sanctuary Lakes South P-9 school on the corner of Kirra Place and Saltwater Boulevard in Point Cook. Stage one of Truganina East P-9 school, located along Elmhurst Road and Mainview Boulevard in Truganina, is also under way.

According to the Victorian School Building Authority, the schools will each accommodate about 675 students. Principals for both schools are expected to be appointed in the second half of this year. The Truganina campus will also include a Truganina East Integrated Family Learning Centre, which will be run by Wyndham council. The centre is expected to open in 2020. A spokesman for Tarneit MP Telmo Languiller said Truganina P-9 would be built

in three stages, with stage one including the school’s prep to grade six component. Stage two will include performing arts and physical education facilities, and school buildings to accommodate years 7-9 will make up stage three. Both stage two and three are subject to future budget funding. “We are still finalising Truganina’s P-9’s enrolment details ahead of its opening next year, and will update the community when this work is completed,” the spokesman said. A spokeswoman for Altona MP Jill

Double delight for new parents New parents Kate Richards and Dylan Clarke know good things come in small packages. On March 14, during Multiple Birth Awareness Week, Ms Richards gave birth to their twin girls Florence and Zara at Werribee Mercy Hospital. The girls decided they were ready to enter the world early, and were born at just 32 weeks. Ms Richards said the twins were “tiny” when they were born – Zara weighed 1780 grams and Florence two kilograms – but after four weeks of attention from the staff at Mercy Hospital’s special care nursery, the tiny bundles have now put on weight. The girls were born healthy, but Florence spent about a week connected to a CPAP machine to help her breathe. Mr Clarke and Ms Richards described the twins as a “surprise pregnancy”. “We bought a block of land on a Monday and on the Wednesday, we found out we were having twins,” Mr Clarke said. Both he and Ms Richards have twins in their extended families, including twin aunts on Ms Richards’ side. Ms Richards said she and Mr Clarke both felt lucky to have “very supportive families” to help them with the twins. The girls have been named Florence Margaret and Zara Robyn, their second names are after their maternal and paternal grandmothers. Ms Richards said the twins were already developing their own personalities. “Zara’s a bit more alert, Florence is really placid,” she said. Florence and Zara are the 18th set of twins to be born at Werribee Mercy Hospital during the 2017-18 financial year.

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Hennessy said Sanctuary Lakes South P-9 was also being built over the same three stages, with stages two and three subject to budget funding. The works come one month after Ms Hennessy unveiled initial designs for Point Cook South Senior Secondary College. Star Weekly understands the state government has faced challenges in acquiring a site for the school, but is finalising arrangements for compulsory acquisition of a parcel of land.

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Family’s ultimate sacrifice By Alesha Capone The cenotaph in Station Place, Werribee stands in tribute to those who gave their lives to protect our nation. Among the names on the cenotaph, there are several with the same surname, including three listings with the last name “Swantonâ€?. The story of the Swanton brothers, sons of Werribee residents Samuel and Helena Swanton, is one of patriotism, bravery and – sadly – tragedy. All three of the siblings died in service during World War I. The eldest brother George Beamish enlisted in Werribee on March 2, 1915. Only two years earlier, he had married his wife Nellie, and the pair had a baby daughter named Joan Helen. At the age of 33, George underwent training at the Broadmeadows Camp before his battalion joined the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force at Gallipoli. The MEF spent 16 weeks at Lone Pine, then travelled to Egypt. While his unit was guarding the Suez Canal Zone in 1916, George was promoted to Acting Corporal. His unit sailed for France in March, and he was later promoted to Corporal. George died in action at Pozieres on July 28, 1916. The middle Swanton boy, John, was a shearer by trade. At the age of 26, he took part in the Anzac landings at Gallipoli on April 25, 1915 and died on May 2. At his memorial service held in June 1915, which was held at St Thomas’ Church in Werribee, Reverend Laceby Cecil described John as “a man in the best sense of the wordâ€? who lead a â€œâ€Ś life of cheerfulness and usefulnessâ€?. The youngest Swanton brother, Henry, was a

Left: Studio portrait of George Beamish Swanton with his wife Nellie and young baby, Joan Helen. (Australian War Memorial, ID number: P05638.001)

Above: Studio portrait of 1159 Private (Pte) George Beamish Swanton, 24th Battalion, of Werribee, Vic. (Australian War Memorial, ID number: DA09050)

carpenter. He enlisted in Melbourne in January 1916. He died during the Battle of the Somme, at Flers on November 2, 1916. The Werribee Anzac Day Dawn Service will be held at the Station Place cenotaph between 6.30-7am on Wednesday, April 25.

Following the service, breakfast will be served at the Kelly Park Community Centre. The information in this story came from wyndhamhistory.net.au, the Australian War Memorial website and the National Library of Australia archives.

New question procedure for council A new deadline has been introduced for queries submitted to Wyndham council’s public question time. Under a revised meeting procedure policy, adopted by the council earlier this month, residents must submit their questions by noon on the day of a council meeting. Previously, residents could submit questions until just before meetings began. A council report stated the amendment would allow council officers “to have more information at hand to answer the public questions�. The council will also allow residents to submit questions through its website, rather than requiring them to print a form and send it in via email, or drop it off in person. People will still be required to attend council meetings if they wish for the question to be answered verbally at the meeting, rather than in writing. The new meeting procedure will also provide the opportunity for e-petitions to be submitted to the council. Previously, the council would only accept written petitions. A council report stated that “clear guidelines and conditions� would be required to enable e-petitions to be lodged and signed via the council’s website. Alesha Capone

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Feds close six day care centres By Charlene Macaulay and Benjamin Millar Six Wyndham family day care centres have been shut down in recent months over a series of alleged rorts involving taxpayers’ money. Ladybird Family Day Care centre in Point Cook had its licence cancelled in December after it was found to have charged more than the appropriate rates, obtained fee reductions by fraud, supplied false statements and documents, and failed to provide reports.

The breaches were revealed by the federal Department of Education and Training on its Child Care Enforcement Action Register, a list of services that have been the subject of a sanction, suspension or closure. It revealed a number of other centres from across the western suburbs have also fallen foul of their obligations and been suspended or closed as a result. In Wyndham, Baraka First Family Day Care in Werribee, Little Treasures Family Day Care in Tarneit, Little Paradise Family Day Care for

Collaboration and Development in Werribee, Points Family Day Care in Point Cook and Smart Start Family Day Care in Point Cook have also had their licences cancelled this financial year for failing to comply with a range of conditions. The centres could not be contacted for comment. Federal Education and Training minister Simon Birmingham said the government would not tolerate those who seek to rip off the taxpayer with illegitimate claims.

“Those dodgy family day care providers who circumvent the rules no longer have anywhere to hide,” he said. “Whilst we know the majority of family day care providers are legitimate and provide high quality care, those who break the rules will be caught and we will do everything in our power to shut you down.” Mr Birmingham said enforcement efforts have stopped about $1.8 billion of taxpayer money going to dodgy providers since the beginning of 2014.

‘Can do’ attitude inspires 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, from Brooklyn, 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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Game on after Reclink funding By Charlene Macaulay Reclink Australia has scored a big win, with the state government pledging $4 million over the next four years to support disadvantaged and disengaged Victorians through sport and recreation. Werribee MP and state treasurer Tim Pallas last week launched Reclink’s ActiVIC program, announcing $1 million funding towards the project each year for the next four years. The ActiVIC program will provide more than 1800 people who are experiencing

extreme disadvantage, including homelessness, mental health and drug issues, opportunities to participate in sports programs throughout Victoria. Reclink Australia chief executive John Ballis said Reclink, founded by Werribee resident Peter Cullen in 1989, had long recognised the power of engaging people experiencing disadvantage and changing lives through sport, recreation and the arts. He said the ActiVIC program would be delivered in partnership with community organisations and sport and recreation leisure providers.

“The ActiVIC program will provide sports and recreation opportunities to over 1800 Victorians experiencing extreme disadvantage.” A participant in a Reclink Australia program added: “It’s not just about playing sport. It’s actually about providing opportunities for people to progress.” A 2017 study found that Reclink’s structured sports program was achieving nine times the return on investment, through social indicators such as improved wellbeing, skill development, and physical health.

Tim Pallas, centre with football, leads the funding celebration. (Supplied)

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There wasn’t a dry eye in the house when business woman, philanthropist and AFLW pioneer Susan Alberti shared her life story at last week’s Women in Business lunch. Talking to more than 100 Wyndham businesswomen at Encore Events Centre, Ms Alberti talked about becoming a registered female builder in a male-dominated industry, her determination to find a cure for type one diabetes after her daughter, a type one diabetes sufferer, died in her arms on a flight home from New York, and her beloved Western Bulldogs. Wyndham businesswoman Suji Sanjeevan also spoke about how she went from a career in medicine in London to running award-winning fragrance house Light & Glo. “Business pushes you to be the best version of yourself,” Ms Sanjeevan said. SUSAN ALBERTI

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e are already more than a third of the way through 2018, it is round five of the AFL this week and those Commonwealth Games we spoke about before Christmas are over. It’s not just me – we all talk about how quickly things happen. How quickly our kids grow up and the grass grows, though the latter has not been a big issue due to the lack of rain before last weekend’s big dump. Time flies when you are having fun and even when you aren’t apparently. There are places where time does drag on and on. Doctor and dentist surgeries, for instance, regardless of the quality of the newspapers, magazines and television or radio programs at hand. And no matter how much you look at your watch, it fails to go faster. I think doctors also work off Adelaide time, which is the only logical explanation for the half hour time difference between the appointment time and the actual appointment starting. Sitting in deserted sports stadiums an hour before the game starts is the time equivalent of

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Beach attack dog plea By Goya Dmytryshchak 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,â€? Ms Herbert said. “Then the owner was trying to get the dog off; the dog let go, but it kept circling my dog. “This lady [the other dog’s owner] had no qualms. It was like nothing happened. She didn’t care. She didn’t offer assistance. She didn’t apologise. “When I finally caught my dog – because she was super scared – I saw how significant her injury was. You could see her muscle and the skin was flapping. “Between her shoulder blades and down to where her shoulder blade ends, she’s got like a big hole left because the dog has gone in and torn skin from her muscle. “The only thing that saved her was her being a little bit chubby, otherwise the dog would have torn muscle from bone ‌ if it was a little bit lower, she would have potentially died because he would have punctured her lungs.â€? 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

Kylie Herbert with Lala. (Damjan Janevski)

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Lighting plan switches on Wyndham council will light up five sporting reserves after hours to help residents be more active. Now that daylight saving has finished, the council will turn on the lights at five reserves outside of normal hours. From the end of this month, Hogans Reserve will have its lights on Mondays from 6-8pm and Wednesdays 7.30-9.30pm. The lights will be on at Wyndham Vale South Reserve on Mondays from 5-7pm and Wednesdays from 6-8pm. From May, Presidents Park will have its lights turned on Mondays from 79pm and Sundays from 5-7pm. Saltwater Reserve and Galvin Park Reserve will also be lit up from June. Wyndham mayor and sports development portfolio holder Cr Peter Maynard said the initiative would improve access to sporting reserves. “By lighting up five sporting reserves and making them available for the community twice every week, we’ve made it possible for anyone to head down after hours and get in a quick run or kick the footy with their mates,� Cr Maynard said. “To make it even better, all of the reserves will be illuminated using energy efficient LED lighting, which is better for the environment and also helps to keep costs down.� Details: www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/ activeafterhours Alesha Capone

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‘Reverse’ painting wows Northcote artist Camille Hannah has won the $10,000 annual Wyndham Art Prize. Seventy-four Australian artists, including 10 from Wyndham, entered this year’s competition. The competition’s judge, Monash Museum of Modern Art curator Charlotte Day, awarded Hannah’s artwork – a painting done in reverse onto a piece of perspex – first prize. Hannah said it was “really, really gratifying” to be selected as the winner. “I was so humbled to be named the winner, especially once I saw the quality of all the other artist’s work was so high,” she said. Hannah said she would use the prize money to visit Germany, where she will soon be exhibiting some of her work.

“I won an art prize in Venice and I was unable to be there, so winning the Wyndham Art Prize and being able to travel with my work to Germany this time means a lot,” she said. Wyndham council’s arts, culture and heritage portfolio holder, Cr Tony Hooper, said this year’s Wyndham Art Prize had attracted “an extremely high quality of entries”. “Congratulations to Camille and all of the other artists that were selected as finalists for the 2018 Wyndham Art Prize,” he said. Visitors to the Wyndham Art Gallery in Werribee can vote for the winner of the $2000 People’s Choice Award until June 11. Details: wyndham.vic.gov.au/arts Alesha Capone

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An exercise in active living for seniors A seniors’ exercise park will be trialled at the Central Park Community Centre in Hoppers Crossing to encourage elderly people to become more active. Wyndham council and Victoria University have joined forces for the three-year trial, which will see exercise equipment tailored to older people installed near the centre. Wyndham family friendly city portfolio holder Mia Shaw said more than 16,000 of Wyndham’s residents were aged 65 or older and that it was important for them to remain active. “Aside from giving them a chance to improve their physical fitness, the seniors’ exercise park will also be a place where people can come together and socialise with each other, helping to improve their mental health too,” Cr Shaw said. “They can even bring their grandchildren along to help them test out the equipment, making it an intergenerational space and place for the whole family to play.” Victoria University will track the health benefits gained by a group of park users, while the council will collect feedback from the community. The seniors’ exercise park is expected to open in June, 2019. Details: wyndham.vic.gov.au Alesha Capone

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There’s no such thing as a typical day when you’re on the beat. Just ask Constable Andy Bajwa, who joined the Police force four-and-a-half years ago and works out of Werribee station. Constable Bajwa, 28, first came to Australia as an international student in 2006 to study IT. By the time his residency came through, he had applied with Victoria Police. “I came here when I was 17-and-a-half, didn’t have any family or friends,” he said. “A lot of people who were not related to me, or hadn’t known me since my childhood, were always there to help me and support me … I had to find a way to give something back to the community. “I was very close to my grandfather, and he was in the Indian army. I always grew up passionate about joining the defence forces or police force.” Constable Bajwa, who hopes to become a detective for the Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team in coming years, is currently working with the Community Safety Team. He loves the variety of his job. “No two days are the same,” he said. “Yesterday we were having a chat with young kids at the Point Cook Town Centre, and the day before I was [executing] a warrant. “It’s not a job – it’s a career.” People interested in a career with Victoria Police can learn more at an information night at Encore Stadium on Thursday, May 10, from 6pm. Officers will provide on-the-job insights and answer questions. Registrations are essential. Head to policecareer.vic.gov.au for more information.

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NEW ARRIVALS Photographer Damjan Janevski meets some of the new arrivals at Werribee Mercy Hospital.

An amazing volunteer group in our own back yard and in my Iramoo Ward is the B24 Liberator Restoration Australia. The only remaining Liberator in the Southern Hemisphere, the Liberator is a long-range heavy bomber active in the South West Pacific area during World War. It’s also one of only eight remaining in the world. This group is restoring the Liberator in one of the impressive World War II hangars at the old Werribee airfield. A new show coming to the Wyndham Cultural Centre on Friday 27 April is supported by B24 Liberator Australia and Regional Arts Victoria. Flak, as featured in last week’s Star Weekly, stars one of my favourite comedians and actors Michael Veitch of D-Generation and Fast Forward fame. Michael has written and will perform stories from bomber pilots, fighter aces, rear gunners and others about death and fear, and tales of humour and comradeship. Tickets are certain to be snapped up quickly. Council’s Arts and Heritage Portfolio Holder Councillor Tony Hooper tells me Michael has unearthed extraordinary stories of ordinary men living and fighting in extraordinary times. Suitable for all ages, you can book online at www.wyncc.com.au/ or in person at the Wyndham Cultural Centre or call 8734 6000. Regards, Peter Maynard

Clockwise from top left: Honeti was born on April 3, weighing 3.34 kilograms. Parents Vuna and Mel hail from Truganina. Parents Kate and Dylan, of Brookfield, welcomed the safe arrival of daughter Florence on March 14. Florence weighed 2.04 kilograms at birth. Florence’s twin sister, Zara, weighed 1.785 kilograms. Little Sienna was born on April 9 to proud parents Shiv and Suzana, of Werribee. Sienna weighed 2.74 kilograms at birth.

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New complex a A new era in sport in Wyndham was unveiled on Saturday night. After years of planning, the Avalon Airport Oval finally opened for business. A crowd of about 2000 was on hand to witness the unveiling of the redeveloped grandstand and the first VFL home match for Werribee’s new stand-alone team. After 595 days without a game at home, the locals came out in force to see the side in action, and experience the new $12 million facility. Both lived up to expectations. On the field, the Casey Demons prevailed with a 16-point win, while off the ground it was a pleasing opening for the club and its supporters. Despite a few minor hiccups, a “relieved, delighted and exhausted” Werribee chief executive Mark Penaluna said: “It has been a long day, a long 18 months but thoroughly worth it in the end. “Our baby is up and running, not without a few teething problems which were really well handled by our staff. “We have a lot of football and events here in the next month and I think as people come and see the venue and what we have to offer they will be impressed.”

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MY WYNDHAM Bob Chamberlain remembers a time when life ran at a much slower pace and everything seemed carefree. The 70-year-old lifelong Werribee resident sat down with Charlene Macaulay to talk about his childhood, enjoying retirement and his family. Tell me about your connection to Werribee. I’ll be 71 in July and I’ve lived here all my life. It was a beautiful open space [when I was a kid]. You could ride your bike around, you could go out at night, you could leave your house with the doors open. Life was easy and carefree. Across the road from where I used to live, there were cabbages and cauliflowers and everything like that. We used to go down to Corpus Christi College when the priests were down there and pinch their apples. We used to roam the Werribee River, ride our bikes, swim in Bungey’s hole … we used to go after rabbits along the river. I’d walk up the main street of Werribee with a rifle on my shoulder and rabbits on my arm. I went to St Andrews, and then I went to Altona North Tech. Now that you’re retired, how do you fill your time?

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Werribee’s police strength will be doubled and the station will be converted to 24-hour operation in a short-term up-grading project announced last week. Plans for a completely new divisionary headquarters on a new site were also announced.

Werribee’s Food Research Centre is set to break into the world market of food exports after a $4 million State Government grant was announced a fortnight ago. The Member for Werribee Dr Coghill said the grant was approved since Werribee recently became one of six sites chosen as technological precincts.

Jobs could go at Wyndham City Council if a deal between the council’s business arm, WYNCOM, and a New Zealand firm goes ahead. The council have discussed an arrangement with Manakau Works, a business wing of Manukau City Council, where the New Zealand firm would provide managerial skills to oversee three tenders: two for roads and parks maintenance and one for refuse disposal.

A heartbroken mother has attacked Werribee Cemetery officials after being refused permission to choose the colour for her daughter’s memorial plaque. Last November, Sonya Thompson watched as her husband and 18-year-old son filled large holes in her daughter’s grave to stop it from caving in following heavy rain.

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SAVE NOW WHILE SELECTION IS BEST! RAYS HOPPERS CROSSING 269 OLD GEELONG RD., SHOP 10 HOPPERS CROSSING VALID AT LOCATIONS LISTED ABOVE. ALL SALES FINAL. NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES UNLESS FAULTY. NO ADJUSTMENT FOR PRIOR PURCHASES. DISCOUNTS MAY NOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER OFFERS. SELECTION MAY VARY BY LOCATION. 23 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018


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It was love at first sight for Jenelene and Katrina Escala, but it took nearly 20 years to make it official. They wed on Thursday in one of the first lesbian weddings to be held in Wyndham, yet they met in the Philippines when Jenelene was still in high school. “Katrina is five years older than I am, so she was 20 and already working when I met her,” Jenelene said. “We started hanging out … when I graduated, I went to the city to do uni and we got separated.” They lived separate lives for most of their 20s, with Jenelene moving to Australia, marrying and having four kids. But they always kept in touch through social media, and Katrina was never far from Jenelene’s thoughts. “Every time I went home to the Philippines, we caught up,” Jenelene said. “Sometimes I’d go straight to her house first, before I even reached my parents!” In 2016, the pair became a couple. They lived together in the Philippines, sorting out Katrina’s visa before moving to Wyndham Vale in February. Jenelene said it felt serendipitous that the gay marriage vote had been passed just before they moved back to Australia. “It was surreal, like it was meant to be,” she said. “The reality of it is just hitting us now. Our love for each other never died; we were each other’s first girlfriends, but we didn’t know how to label it back in the day. We’re happy that we have each other again.” They celebrated their wedding with a night away in Torquay. Charlene Macaulay

Jenelene and Katrina Escala wed in one of the first same sex weddings to be held in Wyndham. (Damjan Janevski)

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HEATHGLEN RETIREMENT VILLAGE WERRIBEE

Heathglen Retirement Village Hard Hat Tour

Now Selling from $380,000*

Sunday 29th April 3pm Join us for afternoon tea and take a tour of the village and facilities, including an onsite tour of our brand new units currently under construction. With new contract options now available to suit you it’s the perfect time to rediscover Heathglen.

RSVP’s are essential, please call 03 9742 9000 to book.

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Heathglen, 2 Glendale Court, Werribee * The information contained in this advertisement (including pricing) was correct as at April 2018, but may change. Whilst Lendlease endeavours to ensure that the information in this advertisement is correct, no warranty, express or implied, is given as to its accuracy. Prospective purchasers must make and only rely on their own assessments and seek their own professional advice in all respects. ^ T&C’s apply please see Sales Manager for full details.


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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

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The Werribee RSL Women’s Group will be hosting a Homy Peds Shoes morning tea on April 20 from 10am at the Werribee RSL on Synnot Street in Werribee. Come and see a wide selection of styles for winter, and pick up a bargain. Entry is $5, with morning tea supplied and raffle prizes to be won. All welcome. ■ Helen, 0417 839 605 or email topcook79@gmail.com

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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Lymphoedema support group

The Western Suburbs Lymphoedema Support Group meets on the first Monday of every month at IPC Health, 117 Warringa Crescent, Hoppers Crossing from 10.30am-noon. The next meeting will be on May 7. The group provides support in ways that may help sufferers cope with what can, at times, be a debilitating condition. New members are welcome. ■ Jean, 9748 9090 or Margaret, 9748 7639

Planting day

Judith’s Biggest Morning Tea

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semi-retired men to partly fill the void left by retirement. Activities include day trips and tours, social activities and lawn bowls tournaments. The club also has an association with the B54 Bomber

Friends of Cobbledicks Ford will host a planting day on Thursday, May 17 from 10am-12.30pm. Bring along a hat, gloves, sunscreen, water bottle, a small spade or trowel and suitable footwear. ■ John, 0407 546 235 or info@marksbros.com.au Looking for something to do? The Werribee Probus Club offers activities to retired or

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A Biggest Morning Tea will be held to raise funds for the Cancer Council, at The Clubhouse, Point Cook Village, 320 Point Cook Road, Point Cook, on Thursday, May 17, from 10.30am-1.30pm. For a $5 donation, you will be able to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee, plus refreshments. All welcome. ■ 9394 6799 restoration group in Werribee if you are so inclined. Probus meets on the fourth Monday of the month, except in May and December, at the Werribee Bowls Club. ■ Gary, 9749 1182 or Bob, 9974 0435

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CONSIDER THE SAUCE Kenny Weir takes a 180 on vegetarian food at this funky cafe At Consider The Sauce HQ, we figure if we ever went completely meat-free, our diet would be based mostly around the foods of the Mediterranean – African, European, Middle-Eastern. Your actual “vegetarian food”? Not so much. Yes, we are cynical about such stuff. Some of that is down to probably unfair baggage and previous bad experiences. Why have any truck with such food when the various national cuisines deliver meat-free food so effortlessly and with such delicious panache? No doubt that’s why we’ve gone so long without trying Eka Wholefoods. And why, after ordering, we are a mix of anticipation and crossed fingers. We need not have had any fears, as what we lunch on is very fine. The joint is the expected mix of one half wholefoods of many kinds and one half gorgeous cafe, a tranquil space in which we enjoy stopping for a while. Bennie loved his bao tempeh sliders ($12.90). The crispy, but seemingly rather salty, tempeh dances with organic kimchi, house-made peri-peri sauce, grilled shiitake mushrooms and caramelised onion. This pretty food goes down a treat. My soba noodle salad ($16.50) is even better. Joining the organic noodles are cherry tomatoes, chopped toasted almonds, black sesame seeds, cinnamon-crusted organic tofu and a sesame-lemon dressing.

EKA WHOLEFOODS CAFE Address: 129 Buckley Street, Seddon Phone: 0412 485 132

This salad is expertly done and a pleasure to consume. We depart without trying the good-looking range of sweet treats but with some brown rice and tamari in hand. It’s been wonderful to have our skepticism so wonderfully rendered daft.

Kenny Weir is the founder of Consider the Sauce, the definitive guide to eating in Melbourne’s western suburbs – www.considerthesauce.net

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HOPPERS CROSSING 71 Bellbridge Drive, 3029

WERRIBEE 27 St Andrews Drive, 3030

YPA Estate Agents Werribee: 9741 7777 Auction: April 21 at 11.30pm

hockingstuart Werribee: 9731 7022 Auction: April 21 at 1pm

Price: $560,000 – $590,000

Price: $730,000 – $770,000

This family property, freshly painted inside and out, is close to the train station, Bellbridge Primary School and Hoppers Crossing Secondary College and a five-minute drive to Pacific Werribee. Of the three bedrooms two have built-in robes, the main has an en suite, walk-in robe and split-system. All three bedrooms have new carpet. The step-down lounge room has a large gas fireplace and cathedral ceilings. In the newly renovated kitchen, find a 900mm stainless-steel oven, glass splashback and loads of cabinetry. The separate study, with floating floorboards and large windows, looks out to the large landscaped backyard with beautifully-maintained lawn, a barbecue area and garden shed. The double garage has drive-through access.

This property’s timeless and beautifully appointed facade stretches across its wide street frontage. Inside there is a relaxing and spacious flow to the floor plan. All five generous bedrooms are carpeted in a short pile and have walk-in robes (the large main bedroom has an en suite). The deep central thoroughfare has floating floorboards that lead into the open-plan kitchen, meals and lounge area. The multiple living zones, featuring fans, plantation shutters and a neutral colour scheme, are welcoming and big. The kitchen has stone benches, white country-modern-style cabinetry and plantation shutters that open to the large deck and the spacious backyard. Set on more than 1000 square metres with manicured gardens this beautiful property is a true forever home.

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MICM Real Estate Point Cook: 8256 1111 Auction: April 21 at noon

Price: Contact agent

In a quiet pocket, within five-minute strolls of Thomas Chirnside Primary School and Recreation Centre Reserve, this elegant, well-presented abode would make a great family house or investment. It has three carpeted and fitted bedrooms, the main with bay window, walk-in robe and en suite. A separate toilet is flanked by the main bathroom and laundry. The tiled entry hall has a study to the right, then heads past a carpeted lounge room and on to the dual-zone living hub. A neutral palette has been used all through, as have quality window furnishings. The kitchen, decked out in timeless black and white, has an underbench oven and gas cooktop. Ducted heating, split-system and security doors add to the amenity. Paving extends out from under a pergola towards easy-care gardens.

This is a house which exemplifies what open-plan is all about. Upon opening the front door, you’ll feel right at home in a well-designed, superbly-proportioned house. Walk down the tiled hall to the lovely kitchen with latte-coloured stone benches and matte contemporary cabinetry with timber-style doors, a tile splashback and a large breakfast bench for four. The adjacent, generous meals area is also tiled. Set to the side is a large carpeted lounge area. All four bedrooms are carpeted and have built-in robes, including the main with a walk-in robe and en suite, the latter picking up on the kitchen’s colour palette. A separate study is an added bonus. With a deep deck looking out to the large backyard, there isn’t anything not to like.

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WERRIBEE SOUTH 46 Slipway Road, 3030 Benlor Real Estate: 9748 8209

Price: $1.25 million – $1.375 million

Ever dreamed of having views of the ocean from your bedroom? This is one of the benefits of this high-spec family residence, set in the new Wyndham Harbour estate in Werribee South, within a short stroll of the marina and pier. Upon entry, oversize marble tiling creates a resort feel. They are set against high, downlit ceilings with square-set cornicing. Large rooms and the timber and glass detail in the central staircase add further to the sense of luxury and drama. The marble tiles flow into the kitchen and meals area.

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The kitchen is super-sized, has stone benches, loads of soft-closing vinyl wrap storage as well as a Neff oven, dishwasher, steamer, coffee machine and microwave. America oak flooring in the living areas and bedrooms are yet another luxury touch. The floor plan includes three stunning bathrooms where marble tiles are again a highlight. The main bathroom has a double-length frameless shower. All three bedrooms have built-in robes including the main bedroom with stunning, unobstructed ocean views, a walk-in robe

and large, marble and glass-clad en suite. The study or fourth bedroom is another asset. The rumpus room is stylish and ready for entertaining in style, with a contemporary built-in plumbed bar and a gas fireplace. To the backyard. Stone paving highlights the under-cover, downlit entertainment area with plumbed barbecue and looks out to glass safety fencing and the stunning self-cleaning, salt-chlorinated lap pool. All options offer luxurious entertaining spaces.

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The gardens complement the space perfectly. The ducted vacuum system makes the living a little easier. Refrigerated cooling, central heating, an alarm system, surveillance cameras, five kilowatts of solar power and an oversize double garage add to the amenity. This property’s sumptuous spaces are ready-made for someone who expects the finer things in life, all with a great seaside location. Samantha Freestone 29 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018


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21 Eldridge Court. Point Cook 3A

1B

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419m2 (approx)

Beautifully presented, newly renovated low maintenance, 3 bedroom home is ready to welcome a new family in the Newminster estate! Complete with a covered outdoor entertainment area with timber garden beds and a spacious back yard this lovely home boasts all the bells and whistles for first home buyers and any savvy Auction 28th April 2018 1:00pm

Inspect Sat 2-2:30pm Photo ID Req

Contact Marc Henares 0466 113 818 Scott Perry 0439 595 461

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This generously sized allotment, offering a massive 574m2 of potential and spectacular views is located on the Saltwater Coast. A wide 22m (approx.) frontage with vibrant city views. Situated in the brand new Saltwater Coast Estate.

Situated in the prestigious The Address Estate, this off-the-plan home position on a 374m2 (approx.) allotment will certainly impress. Comprising of four large bedrooms, master suite with walk in robe and ensuite.

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Private Sale

Inspect Contact agent.

Contact Scott Perry 0439 595 461 Marc Henares 0466 113 818

Inspect Sat 10-10:30am Photo ID Req

Contact Narender Singh 0410 295 416

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34A Ta T mar Drive. Deer Park 3A

1B

1C

AUCTION THIS SAT A URDAY AT A @3PM! AY Located in pocket of Deer Park with proximity to Brimbank Shopping Centre, Local schools, Deer Park Train Station as well as easy access to freeway. y This great home boasts 3 generous y. sized bedrooms with built in robes conveniently surrounded by central & separate toilet. Auction 21st April 2018 3:00pm

Inspect Sat 2:30-3:00pm photo ID req

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

25 Johnson Av A enue. Hoppers Crossing 5A

3B

2C

908 (aprx)m2

AUCTION THIS SAT A URDAY AT A @11AM! AY In the popular Cambridge Estate and within the Cambridge School Zone, this home offers great family living. Separate self contained bungalow for extra guests and easy access to Pacific Werribee. Inspections are a must to see the true potential!

Auction 21st April 2018 11:00am

Inspect Sat 10:30-11:00am photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

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11 Discovery Drive. Tarneit 4A

2B

2C

512 (approx)m2

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY @12PM! Located metres from the biking trails of Skeleton Creek & mere minutes from shops, trains & some of Victoria’s most highly regarded schools, this home has family living at its core. 4 bedroom home inclusive large master, complete with walk in wardrobe & Ensuite with spa and granite benches. Auction 21st April 2018 12:00pm

Inspect Sat 11:30-12:00pm photo ID req

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince eT Takkar 0431 300 259

146 Shaws Road. Werribee 3A

1B

2C

555 (approx)m2

AUCTION THIS SATURDAY @11AM! Situated in the heart of Werribee, within close proximity to Werribee train Station and Watton Street lays this perfect opportunity if you’re looking to invest, renovate or develop (stca) This ideal property is a corner block with two street frontages and a generous land of 555(aprx)m2 Auction 21st April 2018 11:00am

Inspect Sat 10:30-11:00am photo ID req

Contact George Yacoubian 0402 658 335

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27 St Andrews Drive. Werribee 5A

2B

2C

1001 (aprx)m2

AUCTION THIS SAT A URDAY AT A @1PM! AY Immaculately presented in St Andrew’s Estate on 1,001m2 (approx.), this modern and stylish home is an entertainer’s delight with plenty of features to enjoy such as a chefs kitchen, three living spaces, in-ground pool, high ceilings, heating, cooling, drive thru access and so much more! Auction 21st April 2018 1:00pm

Inspect Sat 12:30-1:00pm photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

11 Chigwell Court. Hoppers Crossing

1 Goldenfleece Pl. Hoppers Crossing

3A

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2B

2C

593 (approx)m2

This lovely family home on a 593m2 (approx.) corner allotment + 3 bedrooms & an open plan design. Additional features include heating, cooling, manicured gardens and side access to a big garage. Inspections are a must! Auction 28th April 2018 2:00pm

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Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

2B

2C

530 (approx)m2

Located within the Cambridge Primary School zone this home offers an abundance of space + character for the whole family both indoors and out. With a renovated bathroom and en-suite this home is sure to impress, inspections are a must! Auction 28th April 2018 1:00pm

Inspect Contact Sat 10:00-10:30am Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899 photo ID req


8 Priestley Av A enue. Hoppers Crossing

5 Wyena Court. Hoppers Crossing

3A

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2C

593 (approx)m2

In the highly sought after Mossfiel Estate, a great family home awaits you with quality features such as cypress pine floorboards, manicured gardens, multiple living zones throughout and all located a short distance to Hoppers Crossing Train Station and more! Auction 28th April 2018 11:00am

Inspect Sat 3:00-3:30pm photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

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2C

667 (approx)m2

With a modern style in mind, this home has everything the growing family could need including an abundance of yard space, two living areas, high ceilings, beautifully maintained gardens, drive thru access and a grand entertaining area perfect for guests all year round! Auction 28th April 2018 3:00pm

Inspect Sat 11:45-12:15pm photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

526 Derrimut Road. Ta T rneit

7 Fairview Parade. Ta 74 T rneit

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2C

533 (approx)m2

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Located minutes from shopping, schools and trains. 26sq (approx..) four bedroom, two living zones. Timber deck and pergola. Security cameras, alarm system, split system cooling, ducted heating. Set on a generous 533m2 (approx.) land allotment. Call Andrew Conte to inspect today. y y.

Located minutes from shopping, schools and trains. Low maintenance two bedroom, two living zones. Patio and pergola. Alarm system, split system cooling, ducted heating. Directly across the road for terrific schools. Call Andrew Conte to inspect today. y y.

Auction 28th April 2018 12:00pm

Auction 28th April 2018 10:00am

Inspect Sat 10:30-11:00am photo ID req

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

Inspect Sat 10:30-11:00am photo ID req

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191 Thames Boulevard. Ta T rneit

16 Tracey Street. Werribee

4A

4A

2B

2C

573 (approx)m2

Offering and abundance of space for the family this modern home offers multiple living areas indoors and two separate outdoor spaces. Located within close proximity to multiple schools and only a stones throw away from public transport this home is sure to impress! Auction 28th April 2018 12:00pm

Inspect Sat 2:00-2:30pm photo ID req

Contact Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 899

2B

2C

530 (aprx)m2

Magnificent home with four bedrooms plus study. y Multple living zones. y. Well equipped kitchen. Stunning pool and gas heated Spa. Corner block with side gate access for storage of caravan. Call Andrew Conte or Prince Ta T kkar to inspect today. y y. Private Sale $640,000$660,000

Inspect Sat 9:30-10:00am photo ID req

Contact Andrew Conte 0413 236 222 Prince Ta T kkar 0431 300 259

41 Birchwood Bvld. Hoppers Crossing

10 Mokhtar Drive. Hoppers Crossing

5A

3+ A

2B

3C

804 (approx)m2

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2C

857 (approx)m2

This 804m2 property located in Bellbridge Estate boasts 5 bedrooms, the master with WIR & en suite featuring a spa bath, others all with BIR. Additional features include 4 living spaces, wet bar & swimming pool. Close to schools and shops this property is a must!

If space and location is what you’re looking for then look no further. This home offers ample living space and a generous sized allotment and is situated close by to local schools, Hoppers Crossing Train Station and local shopping centres.

Private Sale $790,000$830,000

Private Sale $640,000$67 6 0,000 67

Inspect Contact Sat 10:00-10:30am Samantha McCarthy 0431 712 638 photo ID req

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4 Stafford Street, Hoppers Crossing Beautifully presented best describes this well located and cared for family home. Nestled on a generous leafy allotment of 633m2 approx. in one of the areas sought after location. Featuring formal and informal living areas, large open plan kitchen/meals/ living opening to a fabulous covered outdoor BBQ alfresco. Master brm features WIR and en-suite, modern second bathroom, polished floorboards are a feature throughout, manicured leafy rear yard, lock up garage with additional parking for a boat, caravan or trailer.

1/114 Hogans Road, Hoppers Crossing Set within a leisurely walk to Hogan’s corner shopping centre with schools, bus service, parks and Pacific shopping plaza all within easy reach.This low maintenance residence comprises bright open living areas and a very generous pergola and outdoor entertainment space. Includes 2 bedrooms, 2 way ensuite-bathroom, bir’s, gas heating, split system cooling and lock up car accommodation. Currently leased at $1217pcm expiring in July 18.

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A3 B2 C2 BER $570,000 - $610,000 Auction Sat 28th Apr at 11.00am Inspect Sat at 11.30 - 12.00pm Contact David Lawson 0411 175 575 Richard Smith 0481 137 746

A2 B1 C1 BER $390,000 - $425,000 Auction Sat 5th May at 11.00am Inspect Sat at 12.45 - 1.15pm Contact Darren Dodd 0419 365 947 David Lawson 0411 175 575

16 Wolsely Close,Werribee Rarely does a home of this size ideal for the largest or growing families come on the market. 4-5 brms, 3 living areas and 2 bathrooms. Large o/plan modern kitchen with stone bench tops and s/s appliances and an adjacent informal meals with large family room overlook the nth facing outdoor decking ideal for family BBQ’s, sep lower level rumpus would make ideal additional family accommodation with BIR’s, lower also includes a generous formal living and sep dining room. A dble lock up garage, and all set on an allotment over 700m2 of low maintenance gardens.

52 Shaws Road,Werribee This neat three bedroom home on a very usable allotment of 543sqm is positioned only a few hundred metres away from Presidents Park with all its sporting fields, playgrounds and picturesque walking tracks. Buses are easily accessible and offer effortless travel to WerribeeTown Centre, train station or Pacific Werribee Plaza. With everything so easily accessible and a large allotment of land offering so many potential uses this is definitely an opportunity not to be missed.

A4 B2 C2 BER $630,000 - $670,000 Auction Sat 28th Apr at 12.30pm Inspect Sat at 9.30 - 10.00am Contact David Lawson 0411 175 575 Richard Smith 0481 137 746

A3 B1 C2 BER $470,000 - $500,000 Auction Sat 5th May at 10.00am Inspect Sat at 2.15 - 2.45pm Contact Richard Smith 0481 137 746 Darren Dodd 0419 365 947

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LAWSON PARTNERS

NEW LISTING

2 Conifer Close, Hoppers Crossing Positioned within easy reach of Hoppers Crossing andTarneit Shopping Centres as well as the magnificent Pacific Werribee Plaza and with public transport and schooling around the corner, makes this large 4 brm abode on approx 721sqm an ideal family home. Consists of multiple living spaces providing plenty of room for family and friends or teenagers retreat plus open plan kitchen and meals area which opens to the outdoor undercover entertaining zone bordered by landscaped gardens and synthetic lawn play area.

NEW LISTING

A4 B2 C2 BER $600,000 - $660,000 Auction Sat 12th May at 11.00am Inspect Sat at 1.15 - 1.45pm Contact Richard Smith 0481 137 746 David Lawson 0411 175 575

785 Sayers Road,Werribee A whopping acre allotment of approx 4080m2 boasting a wide 40m frontage with the residence built to one side allowing for easy entry to the bulk of the land and the possibility of subdivision (STCA) and or commercial aspects of medical facilities or home business. Comprises a solid residence with large living spaces of lounge, separate family room and 3 bedrooms plus open study/4th Includes ensuite, ducted heating, ducted cooling, 2 outdoor entertainment spaces, water tanks, various sheds/ workshop and 2 double garages.

A4 B2 C7 Price Contact Agent Auction Sat 12th May at 12.30pm Inspect Sat at 12.00 - 12.30pm Contact Darren Dodd 0419 365 947 Richard Smith 0481 137 746

NEW LISTING

1/75 Silvereye Crescent,Werribee Well located and set within an easy distance to Pacific Shopping Centre, conveniences of medical facilities, schools and transport.This delightful unit stands alone, is well maintained and comes with a brilliant tenant who looks after the property as their own- securely leased to March 2019. An investment to buy and forget as it will look after itself. Designed with open living spaces of lounge and meals area with a generous sized kitchen. Includes 2 spacious bedrooms, bir’s, gas heating and a lock up garage for the car.

Werribee 9741 9666

A2 B1 C1 BER $360,000 - $380,000 Private Sale Inspect Sat at 1.30 - 2.00pm Contact Darren Dodd 0419 365 947 David Lawson 0411 175 575

55 Kathleen Crescent, Hoppers Crossing Upon entering this family home, you’re greeted by a tasteful renovation - keeping the warmth of the original solid timber kitchen and floorboards while maximising living space and storage with modern architectural style. Multiple living zones and master bedroom options makes this an ideal home for a growing family.The home itself is positioned on approximately 561sqm and is within walking distance to Pacific Werribee Shopping Centre and public transport.

A7 B3 C2 BER $780,000 - $850,000 Private Sale Inspect Sat at 10.30 - 11.00am Contact Richard Smith 0481 137 746 David Lawson 0411 175 575

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Triwest Real Estate AUCTION

133 Bethany Road, Hoppers Crossing 3

A 1B 1C

It’s a Knockout! Enter the market in style or downsize delightfully to this light filled home. The smart open plan design offers separate living & dining areas leading into an inviting outdoor undercover area & secure rear yard with lovely established gardens. The kitchen impresses with modern appliances, large pantry & breakfast bar. 3 well-appointed bedrooms offer built in robes & share a central bathroom. Complimented by ducted heating, split system air conditioning, separate laundry & single remote garage with direct internal entry. Opposite parklands, with a choice of schools, shopping centres, sports facilities & public transport close by.

INSPECT AUCTION PRICE GUIDE CONTACT EMAIL WEB

FOR SALE

Saturday 11.00am - 11.30am Saturday 28th April at 11.00am $390,000 - $420,000 Paul Nuske - 0414 717 458 paul@triwest.com.au triwest.com.au/989874

8 Cleveland Drive, Hoppers Crossing 3

A 2B 2C

Family Home or Investment Sure to make an immediate impression is this outstanding family home offering three bedrooms, main with full ensuite and walk in robe, formal living and dining, well-appointed kitchen, adjoining tiled meals/family, gas central heating, evaporative cooling, double garage with remote and undercover outdoor entertaining with secure yard. This is an unbeatable opportunity to secure a sturdy home within the Cambridge Primary School zone, 1km to the Good News Lutheran School and less than 2km to Pacific Werribee.

INSPECT FOR SALE CONTACT EMAIL WEB

Saturday 12.00pm - 12.30pm $520,000 - $560,000 Austin Skilton - 0413 163 662 austin@triwest.com.au triwest.com.au/986891

5 Gertrude Court, Tarneit

FOR SALE

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Quietly located. Generous in space. This spacious 4 bedroom home offers plenty, with a large block size of over 780m2 approx located in popular Rose Grange. The main bedroom features a full ensuite & WIR, the living space comprises of a separate formal lounge & dining, an open plan meals/family area flowing to a separate rumpus room. Kitchen is central to the home & offers ample storage. Includes gas central heating, s/system air con, remote double garage & a solar panel system with a 5kw inverter. The home also hosts side access to the rear yard. Situated in a quiet court with a large yard for the kids & pets & conveniently located to Thomas Carr College & Tarneit Village.

INSPECT FOR SALE CONTACT EMAIL WEB

Saturday 2.00pm - 2.30pm $650,000 Austin Skilton - 0413 163 662 austin@triwest.com.au triwest.com.au/988968

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Werribee 20 Advent Road

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The Perfect Start In A Booming Estate • Beautifully presented near new home • Situated on a massive 529m2 allotment • Four bedrooms • Separate study/formal lounge area upon entry • Master bedroom with ensuite • Kitchen/meals and family living area

YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee 48 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018

• Kitchen with 900mm SS appliances & stone benchtops • Downstairs powder room • Ducted heating, split system air conditioning • Floor boards throughout • Established gardens front and back • Double remote garage

Private Sale $580,000 - $620,000 Inspect

Sat 2.50-3.10pm Photo ID required

Contact

Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Mitch Smit 0450 913 513

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Little River 33 River Street

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Charming Slice Of History In The Heart Of Little River • An endearing, picture-perfect period bungalow • Two minute walk to train station • Short walk to primary school, kindergarten and local park • Set on approximately 820m2 • High ceilings, polished timber floors & period timber panels • Three well sized bedrooms, including master with BIR

YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee

• Recently renovated bathroom and spacious living room • Open plan kitchen & meals area with a sizable butler’s pantry • Coonara wood fire, large split-system A/C & ceiling fan • A sunlit second living area • Timber decked outdoor entertaining area & large rear yard • Newly built, fully powered backyard shed

Auction

Saturday 5th May at 2pm

Price Range $490,000 - $540,000 Inspect

Wed 5-5.20pm & Sat 2.40-3pm Photo ID required

Contact

James Risos 0450 733 302 James Antonio 0401 889 248

ypa.com.au 49 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018


AUCTION THIS WEEK

Wyndham Vale 23 Garvan Street Large Family Home In Booming Location • A young, modern, low maintenance home • Located in a central pocket • Nearby to schools, local shops, and parklands • Only a short drive to Wyndham Vale train station • Four bedrooms • Master with ensuite and walk-in robe • Central bathroom • Formal lounge/rumpus • Hostess kitchen with stainless steel appliances • Dishwasher • Plenty of cupboard space • Alfresco/ outdoor entertaining space • Ducted heating, split system cooling • Double garage • Brand new carpets throughout • Fully landscaped gardens

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Price Range $485,000 - $530,000

AUCTION THIS WEEK

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Wed 6-6.20pm & Sat 12.30-1pm Photo ID required

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Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Mitch Smit 0450 913 513

Wyndham Vale 99 Honour Avenue On A Scale Of 1 - 10… It’s A 10! • Three fitted bedrooms • Master with walk-in robe and ensuite • Formal lounge and dining upon entry • Kitchen/meals and family living arrangement • Stone benchtops • New appliances • Dishwasher • Plenty of cupboard space • Ducted heating • Reverse split system • Ceiling fans • Floor boards throughout • Large pergola and entertaining area • Double carport with remote roller door • Additional 7.1 x 7.1 garage (powered) at the back • Established, manicured gardens

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Price Range $450,000 - $480,000

YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee 50 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018

Inspect

Wed 5.20-5.40pm & Sat 10.30-11am Photo ID required

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Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 Mitch Smit 0450 913 513

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Wyndham Vale 8 Parvum Way 4 BR Splendour Packed With Surprises • Lavish living areas • Generous backyard space • Front lounge • Kids retreat/play area • Kitchen, dining and meals area with a breakfast bar, • Ducted heating • Split system • Double garage with drive through access to the rear • Alarm system • Built-in robes, ensuite • Within close proximity to Wyndham Vale train station • Close to Manor Lakes Shopping Centre • Lollipop Creek Reserve, schools, shops, all close by • Currently housing a fantastic tenant • Also available for owner occupiers

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Wed 6-6.20pm & Sat 12.10-12.30pm Photo ID required

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James Risos 0450 733 302 Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821

Werribee 59 Church Street Walking Distance To Werribee CBD • In arguably the BEST street in Werribee’s SOUTH SIDE • On a generous 604m2 block (approx) • Garage accommodation for 5 cars • High ceilings • Step-down lounge area • Kitchen, family meals area • Step-down rumpus area with cathedral ceilings • Low-maintenance backyard & matured lemon tree • Three bedrooms plus a study or 4th bedroom • Two bathrooms • Plenty of entertaining space • Ducted heating • Garage/workshop, plenty of storage • Built-in robes • Double vanity to the bathroom

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Price Range $510,000 - $545,000

YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee

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James Risos 0450 733 302 Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821

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Hoppers Crossing 14 Alabama Close

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Court Located Central Hoppers Crossing • Four bedroom home • Huge lounge adjoining meals room • Vinyl wrap kitchen • Central bathroom & ensuite to master • Situated on 643m2 approx • Sizable backyard, handy side access

Auction

Saturday 12th May at 2pm

Price Range $500,000 - $550,000 Inspect

Wed 6-6.20pm & Sat 12-12.20pm Photo ID required

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John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821

Thinking of Selling? Call John Camilleri 0414 778 940

8, 10 & 11/47 Tyrone Street, Werribee

Thinking of Selling? Call Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee 52 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018

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Local Property

Wyndham City

3 Cassia Court, Hoppers Crossing

$545,000 Thinking of Selling? Call Kirsty Cunningham on 0414 344 475

15 Raemur Court, Hoppers Crossing

Thinking of Selling? Call Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 YPA WYNDHAM CITY 9741 7777 1 Werribee Street, Werribee

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THE TRUSTED NAME IN REAL ESTATE

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Auction: 28/04/18 at 11:30am

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For Sale: $595,000-$615,000

Tarneit - 3 Oldbury Grange

Truganina - 8 Botanical Drive

Onwards to Oldbury- Location Location!

Prosper with the lucky number 8 west facing home!

Located in the prestigious “Tarneit Gardens” Estate. Situated on a generous East facing 540m2 (approx) block & conveniently located with close proximity to Train Station, walking distance to Tarneit Gardens Shopping Centre, nearby schools & parklands. Features a decked alfresco, oversized drive through double garage & more.

Showcasing fantastic open plan living & quality, comprising of 4 bedrooms master with ensuite & WIR. Featuring two large open plan living zones including a formal lounge & family/dining area. Large Spanish porcelain tiles, plush carpet with upgraded underlay, fresh paint, stone bench tops, ducted heating & two split systems.

View: Wednesday 18th April 6:00pm-6:30pm & Saturday 21st April 11:00am-11:30am Glen Wilson, P: 9741 6333, M: 0410 454 034, E: glen@benlor.com.au Emanuel Mikasinovic, P: 9741 6333, M: 0490 895 824, E: emanuel@benlor.com.au

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View: Saturday 21st April 11:00am-11:30am Brandon Changtime, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0411 683 438, E: brandon@benlor.com.au

Auction: This Saturday at 1:00 PM

Auction: 17/05/18 at 1:00pm

Hoppers Crossing - 107 Hogans Road

Werribee - 235 Heaths Road

Location! Location! Location! Offering 3 generous Bedrooms, 2 Bathroom including master with ensuite and BIR’s, Separate living zones for both formal and relaxed living with open plan light filled kitchen with ample of cupboard space, gas cooktop and built in pantry. Ducted heating and refrigerated cooling.

Medical Centre with National Tenant (Freehold only) • Huge exposure opposite to Pacific Werribee Shopping Centre • Zoned Commercial 1 Zone, land area approx 1,016m2 • Building area 355m2 approx • Rental return approx $77,297.04 plus GST and outgoings • Lease to May 2020 with a further 5x5 year option with CPI increases

View: Wednesday 18th April 6:00pm- 6:30pm & Saturday 21st April 12:30pm- 1:00pm

View: By Appointment

Raj Shah, P: 03 9741 6333, M: 0403 685 999, E: raj@benlor.com.au

Robert Fabretto, P: 9741 6333, M: 0418 377 535, E: robert@benlor.com.au

benlor.com.au | 175a Watton Street, Werribee | 9741 6333 54 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018


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Location, Convenience and Opportunity! WERRIBEE 30 Songlark Crescent Set on approx. 570sqm of prime Real Estate, this property off f ers 3 good sized bedrooms, ff master & 2nd bedroom with built in robes, central bathroom, kitchen overlooking meals area, lounge room, laundry r , split system, great ry undercover entertaining area and a carport. Possible development opportunity (STCA) A. A)

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PRDnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/w / erribee /w Michael Tu T der 0412 014 216 michaelt@prdwerribee.com.au

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Standing proudly opposite parkland in a quiet location is this spacious family home that is minutes to Pacific We W rribee. Off f ering 2 separate living areas, 4 ff bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large double garage with workshop area, additional storage and large pergola entertaining area.

A fully landscaped 768m2 Lot is complete with in ground sprinkler system and established fruit trees. The home is warm in winter with ducted gas, R/C split system and evaporative cooling for summer plus a solar system too. There is drive thru access for a boat or trailer and has onsite parking for a caravan

For Sale Price Guide $780,000 - 800,000 View Saturday 12 - 12.30pm

Price Guide $699,000 - $720,000 View By Appointment

Diane Deland 0408 628 997 Adrian McEvoy 0404 499 034 Werribee/Hoppers Crossing 9748 5888 2/229 Heaths Road (opp. Plaza)

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80 Callahans Road, Barwon Downs – Outstanding Highly Productive Rural Property • 237 Acres (95.97Ha) of heavy carrying grazing and cropping country, 95% arable, 35 inch rainfall, 2 road frontages (frontage to Birregurra/Apollo Bay Road) • Magnificent shedding. Two fully enclosed sheds; 100’ x 60’ shed plus a 100’ x 27’ skillion, 85’ x 40’ shed, cattle yards, lunch room, power connected • Large water storages, 3 dams, 71.7 Megalitre irrigation licences, has been running a highly successful certified seed potato production business ‘Alfa Downs’ Ideal bullock fattening, cattle breeding, prime lambs, horses, hay production and all forms of intensive agricultural pursuits. Situated in a tightly held and capital appreciating region.

10 mins Birregurra (railway station), 20 mins Colac, 30 mins Lorne/Surf Coast, 45 mins Geelong/Ring Road (grain terminal and port), 60 mins Avalon Airport, 100 mins Melbourne CBD and International Airport

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1. Council will adopt the 2018/19 budget on Tuesday 26 June 2018 2. As at 30 June 2018, council expects to have total borrowings of $70,000,000. 3. The 2018/19 budget includes capacity for council to undertake additional borrowings of up to $30,000,000 if required to fund capital expenditure. 4. During the 2018/19 financial year, Council does not propose to redeem loan principal. 5. The total cost to service Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s borrowings during the 2018/19 financial year is estimated at $3,051,000. 6. 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It is proposed that a Service Charge for Garbage collection and disposal be levied on each rateable property within the garbage service area and nonrateable properties where the service is provided in the sum of: sPERSERVICEAND sFOREACHADDITIONALLITREWASTEBIN 10. It is proposed that a Green Waste Service Charge of $75.00 be levied on each rateable property where the ratepayer has elected to use the Green Waste Collection Service. 11. It is proposed that the 2018/19 interest rate for property related charges be set in accordance with the rate of interest fixed by the attorney General under the Penalty Interest Rate Act 1983. 12. It is proposed in accordance with the construction of James Street â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Special Charge Scheme, per Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s resolution on 15 December 2008 that the Special Charge for each property is calculated based on 75% area plus 25% access benefit criteria. 13. In accordance with the requirements of Sections 73B and 74 of the Local Government Act 1989, the Mayoral and Councillor allowances be set at the following levels until the Minister for Local Government conducts the annual review of the limits and ranges of Councillor and Mayoral allowances (an increase to the allowance is usually effective as of 1 December each year) to determine if an adjustment factor should be applied: sTHE-AYORALALLOWANCEBESETAT PERANNUM sTHE#OUNCILLORALLOWANCEBESETAT PERANNUM sANAMOUNTEQUIVALENTTOTHESUPERANNUATION guarantee contribution of 9.5% Copies of the Proposed Integrated Plan & Budget 2018/19 together with the information described under Parts 2 and 3 of the Local Government (Finance and Reporting) Regulations 2004 and the Local Government Act 1989 (as amended) are available for inspection during normal operational hours at: Municipal Offices #IVIC#ENTRE 2ECEPTION 0RINCES(WY 7ERRIBEE6)# Wyndhamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Libraries and community centres Plaza Library, Derrimut Rd Werribee Library, Watton St Manor Lakes Library, Manor Lakes Blvd Point Cook Library, Cheetham St *ULIA'ILLARD,IBRARY4ARNEIT 3UNSET6IEWS"LVD Saltwater Community Centre, Saltwater Prom, Point Cook Penrose Promenade Community Centre, Tarneit Wyndham Park Community Centre, Kookaburra Ave, Werribee Also can be viewed on Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/ budget or www.theloop.wyndham.vic.gov.au Written submissions pursuant to Section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 may be made in relation to the proposed Integrated Plan & Budget 2018/19 and will be received up to 5:00 pm on Tuesday, 15 May 2018. 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At its Special Council meeting on Tuesday 17 April 2018, Council resolved to prepare an Integrated Plan & Budget for the 2018/19 financial year and for it to be released for public information and comment, pursuant to Sections 126, 127 and 129 of the Local Government Act 1989. Details of the proposed Integrated Plan & Budget 2018/19 as required by the Local Government (Finance and Reporting) Regulations 2004 are as follows:

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 1/50 ALSACE AVENUE HOPPERS CROSSING VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

The Wyndham City Council has prepared Amendment C219 to the Wyndham Planning Scheme. The land affected by the amendment is the Quandong Precinct. The Precinct is the area of land bounded by Ballan Road to the north east, Manor Lakes Precinct to the south, and the Outer Metropolitan Ring/ E6 Transport Corridor (OMR) road reservation to the west. The amendment proposes to make changes to the Wyndham Planning Scheme (the Scheme) to facilitate development of land within the Precinct in accordance with the vision of urban growth outlined in the Quandong Precinct Structure Plan, March 2018 and the West Growth Corridor Plan. It proposes to rezone part of the land to Urban Growth Zone (UGZ16) to enable the development of urban uses. The amendment also proposes to revise the Environmental Significance Overlay (ESO) Schedule 2 to remove the exemption for the removal of non-native vegetation, amend the extent of the ESO1 and ESO2 applying to the land, apply the Incorporated Plan Overlay Schedule (IPO5) to the BCS Conservation Area 13, which will remain as Rural Conservation Zone (RCZ) and making other associated changes to the Scheme. You may inspect the amendment, any documents that support the amendment and the explanatory report about the amendment, free of charge, at the following locations: sDURINGOFlCEHOURS ATTHEOFlCEOFTHEPLANNINGAUTHORITY Wyndham City Council, Civic Centre 45 Princes Highway WERRIBEE www.wyndham.vic.gov.au sDURINGOPENINGHOURS ATTHEFOLLOWINGLIBRARY Manor Lakes Library 86 Manor Lakes Boulevard MANOR LAKES sATTHE$EPARTMENTOF%NVIRONMENT ,AND 7ATERAND0LANNING website www.delwp.vic.gov.au/public-inspection s at the Wyndham City Council website https://www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/services/building-planning planningscheme-amendments/currentplanning-scheme-amendments A public drop-in information session will be held: s7EDNESDAY-AYBETWEENPMANDPM

at the Manor Lakes Community Learning Centre, 86 Manor Lakes Boulevard, Manor Lakes. Any person who may be affected by the amendment may make a submission to the planning authority about the amendment. Submissions must be made in writing giving the submitterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s name and contact address, clearly stating the grounds on which the amendment is supported or opposed and indicating what changes (if any) the submitter wishes to make. Name and contact details of submitters are required for council to consider submissions and to notify such persons of the opportunity to attend council meetings and any public hearing held to consider SUBMISSIONS4HECLOSINGDATEFORSUBMISSIONSIS-AY A submission must be sent to Wyndham City Council, 0RINCES(IGHWAY 7ERRIBEE 6)# or via email to: mail@wyndham.vic.gov.au The planning authority must make a copy of every submission available at its office for any person to inspect free of charge for two months after the amendment comes into operation or lapses. AARON CHILES Manager Urban Futures

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 12 SEAMOUNT WAY POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 10 PERRIN CIRCUIT TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 11 PYMBLE TERRACE TRUGANINA VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 2/50 ALSACE AVENUE HOPPERS CROSSING VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 13 BLUEGRASS STREET TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 13 CLAYDON GROVE TRUGANINA VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 16 GARIG WAY, TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act. 66 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 27 HORSESHOE CIRCUIT TRUGANINA VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 3 YALOAK WAY TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 339 BETHANY ROAD TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 38 SAMSARA AVENUE TRUGANINA VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 38 UMBRELLA WAY POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 39 GRASSBIRD DRIVE POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 3 OPSUM WAY WILLIAMS LANDING VIC 3027 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 4 GRAPEVINE PLACE POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 26 WIMBLEDON GROVE TRUGANINA VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 29 JUPITER DRIVE TRUGANINA VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 17 FINCHLEY ROAD POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 15 SUNDIAL BOULEVARD TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 161 CITYBAY DRIVE POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 14 HARKER ESPLANADE TARNEIT 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 13 SUTTIE STREET POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 43 GILBEE ROAD TRUGANINA VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 5 BROOME ROAD POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.


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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 73 BENSONHURST PARADE POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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Whispers Playhouse Rose, Hope, Charlie, Katie, Amber, Donna, Chantelle and many more.

9369 0600 32 Dunlop Road, Hoppers Crossing

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 66 MCLACHLAN DRIVE WILLIAMS LANDING VIC 3027 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 8 HOWE STREET TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 9 OPSUM WAY WILLIAMS LANDING VIC 3027 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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BIRD CAGE, 185cm H x 75cm x 60 cm W. Brand new. $100 Ph: 9255 6326 after 6pm.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 6 HARKER ESPLANADE TARNEIT VIC 3029 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 6 GARVEY LANE POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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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FOOTSCRAY footy memorabilia. Badges, tickets, pennants, club publications, photos, footy records, scrap books everything and anything. bulldogsfight@yahoo.com.au

Records

60's, 70's, 80's and jazz records. Will come to your place. Good prices. No classical. Ring Len 9749 5261 or 0434 253 428. V8 Holden & Fords. XY, XW, ZG, ZY, Holden Monaro's, Projects or any parts welcome. Shed clean outs. Call 0407 052 439.

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Clearing Sales

Garage Sales

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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COUCH Leather, 2.5 seater. Honey colour w/ matching recliner. $80 the pair. Good Condition. Ph: 0421 930 114

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MOVING SALE RIDDELLS CREEK 53 HOWARD LANE, Saturday 21st April, 8am5pm, rain or shine. NO EARL EARLY BIRDS. Household goods * Kitchenware * Furniture incl. beds, bedside tables, chairs and tables, bookcases and desks. * Books inc. encyclopaedia * Wall prints * Bric-a-brac * Various electrical appliances inc. microwave, toasters and an old singer sewing machine.

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

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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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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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Clairvoyant /Psychic

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.

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Farrier

FARRIER Prompt, professional and reliable. Friendly service. Call Kaz anytime on 0409 333 597.

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Garden/ Outdoor

MICHAEL Smithwick For all your mowing, weeding, edging and green waste removal, both residential and commercial. smithwicksmowing@gmail.com

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Hay & Silage

HAY Grass, clover, lucerne or straw. Small squares or rolls. Good quality. Trentham area. Phone 0428 590 430.

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Health And Fitness

NATURAL PLUS

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

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Home Services

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

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

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HOPPERS CROSSING 7 Watson Close, Sat 21st & Sun 22nd April, 8am-4pm. H/hold items, lots of furn & much more. Huge Sale!

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GOLF CLUBS AND BUGGY Men's clubs, RH, including accessories. Parmaker, electric buggy, battery/charger included. Complete set up. $1,000. 0458 209 492.

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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

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 55 SALTMARSH CRESCENT POINT COOK 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 6 WINTERBERRY ROAD POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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SCHEDULE 16 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY ACT 1958 COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY REGULATIONS 2014 112(2) NOTICE TO OWNERS OR OCCUPIERS OF LAND To the owner/occupier or owners/occupiers of land described below. A notice to: (1) Cut the grass and vegetation on your property to a maximum height of 150mm. (2) Remove all grass and vegetation against the fence lines of your property with a brush cutter, whipper snipper or other methods. (3) Remove any rubbish and debris if present. not later than May 9th 2018 has been affixed on the following property 5 LITTLECROFT STREET POINT COOK VIC 3030 in accordance with section 41A(3) of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958. 18 April 2018 Alan Leach – Municipal Fire Prevention Officer for Wyndham City Council You may lodge an objection to this notice under section 41B of the Country Fire Authority Act 1958 and appeal the outcome of that objection under section 41C of that Act.

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Auctions

GENUINE AUCTION CLEARING SALE TOTAL FARM DISPERSAL After 3 decades of farming, developers have acquired the land SUNDAY 22nd APRIL 2018 at 10am (Gates open 8.30am) 755 DOHERTYS ROAD, TRUGANINA VIC 3029 TRUCKS, TRAILERS, FARM EQUIP, M BIKES, WORKSHOP, TOOLS & EQUIP, 3 LGE SHEDS FOR REMOVAL, TOOLS & SO MUCH MORE! TRUCKS, TRAILERS, VEHICLES - 1988 Volo P/Mover 14spd, 1986 FVR Isuzu c/chassis, 1996 N1730 I/cooled T/truck 19FT tray, 1987 Mazda 3500 Tray with 1,800L tank and hoses, 1994 Nissan cabstar turbo S/check/plate tray, 41ft Hallmark triaxle 3way cont pins, 32ft Freighter 2 axle trailer, 18ft hay trailer, 24ft Leith trailer, 12ft farm trailer T/table centre drop grain bin, 20/23 ft checker plate floor tray x2, Datsun 720 d/cab petrol ute, 10ft drop side hyd tip trailer, 20ft Stock crate, Sherwell 18T field bin, Turntables, 3,000L S/S tank, 10,000L tank and outlets, 9,000L Steel water tank, Oversize and other signs, Heavy duty ramps, 4,500L approx. tank on skids, 7x14x6ft Stock crate, Alu ramps. TRACTORS, IMPS AND MACHINERY - M Ferguson 760 self-prop 18ft t/front, M/F 587 pto header 14ft, 24ft open front suit M/f 760 harvester, Claas round bailer, Claas constant square bailer, Claas quadrant 1200, Case Inter 595 XL new tyres A/C triple remotes, Case 2470 4x4 Drv. Quad remotes tractor, Chamberlain 4280 F/E/L tractor, Rhino 30 4x4 Drv. with remotes, Ford 5000 rops day cab new tyres. John Shearer equipment: MK 3 tow behind air seeder, 31ft 4/150 air seeder, 23ft folding cultivator x2, 580 cultivator tines, 25 tine level lift scarifier, 28 tine 3ptl cultivator. J Deere 640 trailing roller rake, 3ptl offset 10 plate x2 disc plough, N Holland bar mower 3ptl, 17 tine scarifier, 7 tine deep ripper, Connor Shea imps: wide line seeder F/wings, 18 d one way plough, wide line 24 ft air seeder, 22 tine 3ptl cultivator. N Holland 1034 stack liner bail wagon, 15 tine steel wheel combine, D Brown 3 furrow mullboard plough, 6ft slasher, 12ft roller, 3ptl grader blade and depth wheel, 3ptl hyd p/hole digger, 3ptl Drain cleaner, 30ft steel s/rollers, oat feeder chain drive, 3ptl smudge, bobcat smudge, 3ptl flail mower, Lge levelling bar, 3ptl Sewell broom, Scarifier, Bag elevator, Forklift tines, Overhead fuel tanks, Silvan spray tank, Pallet of asst tines and scarifier points, Burder rock bucket 6ft (new), 6in 20ft grain auger, 28ft grain auger, Ditchwitch on trailer, Top links and Stablizer Bars, Whacker rammer, Irrigation trencher, Super spreader on trailer. MOTORBIKES Honda XL250 M bike, TRX 350 4x4 with spray unit, Z50 Trail bike. Atomic sml 4 wheeler, Lge 4 wheeler, 250cc 4 q/bike. BOAT 15ft Alu Stacer with 50 hp force ob with Bimbi m/radio f/finder s/gear, 11ft Duck punt on trailer 15hp Evenrude ob, Sml mini punt gear carter, Elec boat motor, Water skis, Lge camping eskies. GARDEN AND FARM - 22,000L water tank poly, Fibreglass tubs x2, Copper tank, Gal Iron and Web Trusses, Water trough liner, 4x5ft round bales of oaten hay x30, Irrigations fittings and clips, Uni strut cable trays, Cyclone 26ft gates, 280gal overhead fuel tanks. Auswood 14hp ride-on, J D ride-on RX75, Honda mower, 6x4 Fire Fighting trailer 1,000L tank pump/hose/reels, Grain Silo, Monster mulcher, Arens tiller, 6x4 builders trailer, 6x4 with crate, 6x4 steel trailer and others, Quantity of marble, slate and stone, Pool fencing, Spa, Bunting, Elec cable, Trolley, Quantity of Steel, Batteries and other scrap, Onga Pumps, 44gal drums, Colourbond and Gal iron. SHEDS AND WORKSHOP - Open shed 18x12x4.3m, 6x10m shed with Tilta door, 9x18x4.5m 3sided shed, 6x3m shed. All for removal. Diesel powered gas compressor rebuilt pump, Alu tool boxes, Davey petrol pump, Generator, Benches, Tools, Nuts, Bolts, Washers, Steel, Hoses, Belts, Sandblaster, Elec leads, Chains, Tyre levers, Gerry Cans, Filters, Pulleys, Snatch Blocks, Plumbing Fittings, Irrigation, All types of fittings, Elec motors, Carbs, Alternators, Holden 6cyld 138, P/drill, Parts washer, Steel racks, Compressor, Sundry steel, Welder, Table saw, Ladder, Oxy Set, Steel bench off set vice, Assorted pumps, spanners and tools, Hyd rams, Truck hoist, Assorted diesel filters, Assorted tyres and wheels, VY SS mags, various water pumps, DD glass Fridge, 4in Eb grey pump, T/tennis table, chairs, 15ft Trampoline, Truck tarps, Pumps, Motors, Steel & so much more! COLLECTABLES - Early double rocker axe splitter, Tobacco horse drawn ploughs, Steel wheel seeders, Steel wheel imps, Wool table, Inter tractor weights, Quantity of other horse drawn imps, Windmill Stand & Sail, Gates, Shed panel doors, Length of I beam, C.I. bath x2, Cane pram, Wooden cabinets. There is far too much to list! Watch our Website for more info, pics and catalogue. LIKE us on Facebook & Subscribe to our email list for more info. Inspection day of sale from 8.30am ~ Payment & Removal on day of sale by cash, EFTPOS or CC ~ 15% BP applies to all sales ~ Refreshments available

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BRIMBANK CONVEYANCING SERVICES Member of V.C.A. Licensed Conveyancer

Professional Indemnity Insured. Phone Bernice on 9390 3403 PARMELIA DRIVE Taylors Lakes

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.

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Application enquiries to Strategic HR and Development on (03) 5225 0439. The Gordon is a child safe organisation.

or contact Jackie Phillips on 03 5231 2170 Job Reference number: DHHS/WWD/529623 Applications close: Midnight Wednesday 25 April 2018 For more information about the Department of Health and Human Services visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au To apply online and for other DHHS and Victorian Government job opportunities please visit www.careers.vic.gov.au Police Checks form part of the Department of Health and Human Services recruitment process. The department promotes diversity and equal opportunity in employment and is committed to a more diverse workforce. If you are an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicant,or if you have a disability, and require advice and support with the recruitment process, please contact our Diversity Unit on DiversityInclusion@dhhs.vic.gov.au The department is committed to the safety of its clients. The department takes a zero tolerance approach to abuse, including child abuse and abuse of people with disability. Departmental employees are required to comply with all legal requirements including the Child Safe Standards to keep children safe from harm and abuse.

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Truck / Passenger Tyre Fitters Full Time positions. We are currently seeking experienced truck and passenger tyre fitters for a busy store in Sunshine West. Must have a Drivers Licence and be able to work on Saturdays on a rotational roster. Plenty of overtime available, above hourly rates. Must be able to pass a Medical, Drug and Alcohol Test.

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Coordinator Parking Economic Development and Local Laws

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

OWNER DRIVER & STAFF REQUIRED

Youth Engagement Officer â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Link UP YouthTerm Services Coordinator Fixed Part Time - 15.2 hours per week - to November 2020

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

Band 5 - $67,675 - $ 78,864 pro rata (+ 9 .5% super) Enquiries: Nathan Bibby on 9932 4000.

MATHS/PHYSICS Tutoring by experienced tutor/former university instructor. Year 6 to VCE. Call Jude 0417 627 695

Panel Beater & Assembler

Applications for the above positions must address the selection criteria and close Sunday 29 April 2018.

Multiple positions. Smash repairs. Trade qual. Must have exp. 38 hrs pw, O/T. Melton area - 9743 3400.

Positions Vacant

For further information and a copy of the position description please visit our website.

SANDWICH HAND Truckies Breakfast & Lunch are looking for an experienced Sandwich Hand. Part Time or Full Time. Must be prepared to start at 5am, Monday-Friday. Must have good customer service skills, must be very clean in appearance, have good food preparation skills, know how to make good coffee, sandwiches, rolls and focaccias. Must also know how to do catering platters and take orders. For further information ring Angelo on 9311 0023. 12384752-HM16-18

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Quest Sanctuary Lakes has a vacancy for the above position. Whilst previous experience would be an advantage, training will be given to the right applicant. Send CV to: tchristie@questapartments.com.au 68 WYNDHAM STAR WEEKLY \ APRIL 18, 2018

PROCESS WORKER Required to work full time in a cheese factory, must be reliable, responsible and keen to work. Working unsupervised is an advantage. Early morning start.

Phone only between 9am-3pm Monday-Friday

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Sandwich Hand Exp reqd. Early hours, starting between 5am and 6am. Laverton Nth.

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Call Bernadette: 0408 807 466 7 days per week Experienced HR Manager able to assist with FREE RĂŠsumĂŠ Assessment, Career Advice, Cover Letter, Key Selection Criteria, Document Writing, Interview Coaching, Workshops and LinkedIn Profile Writing. www.prandrr.com.au

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Positions Vacant

Loader/Excavator Operator

Sanctuary Lakes, Werribee, Hoppers Crossing, Tarneit, Altona Meadows, Laverton & Point Cook. We need reliable people to deliver catalogues, car essential. No experience required. Please call Mon - Fri between 9am - 6pm.

Looking for experienced hot plate grill and sandwich hand working in busy cafe in Laverton. Jenny 0434 166 026.

Panel Beater/ Re-Assembler

Permanent Part Time - 15.2 hours per week Band 5 - $67,675 - $ 78,864 pro rata (+ 9.5% super) Enquiries: Nathan Bibby on 9932 4000.

Education & Tuition

HOT PLATE GRILL & SANDWICH HAND

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

Youth DigitalParking & Content Coordinator andOfficer Local Laws

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HOUSEKEEPER /CARER

Fixed Term Full Time (maternity leave replacement) Band 8 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $108,197 - $121,232 (+ 9.5% super & RDO) Enquiries: Janet Dawes on 9932 1000.

Employment Business Opportunities

For further information and to apply visit The Gordonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website www.thegordon.edu.au/employment

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For further information on the position description and the selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au

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The Gordon has the following vacancy:

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We are looking for individuals who can drive the organisation forward in an environment focused on positive outcomes for our students, staff and community.

As an effective communicator with well-developed listening skills, you will be an organised person who likes to work within a team environment. Showing concern for others and a genuine interest in helping people to achieve their potential, you are an honest person striving to make a difference in the community.

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The Gordon is the leading provider of education and training in the region and plays a key role in the economic and social development of our community. It has also recently received The Australian and Victorian recognition as the Larger Training Provider of the Year (2017).

As a Disability Support Worker, you will help people with a disability achieve their personal goals and aspirations. Assisting clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to actively participate within their local communities, you will directly support the wellbeing of your clients through understanding their needs, preferences and interests. Providing a range of support services including personal care, health, exercise and community experiences, you will enable your clients to live a quality life with dignity, respect and social inclusion.

Experience Face Loader Operator required. Duties include: greasing/maintenance and adhoc. Contact: Norm 0428 568 004

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Driver - Semi Tipper and Truck & Dog Permanent position. Overtime available. Day and night work. Must be 25 years or over. Experienced with references. Contact: Brad 0418 310 178

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1.*CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support 2.*CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support 3.*CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability 4. HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (self fund)

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Conveyancing Clerk

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CARAVAN HIRE, All sizes, from $55 per week. Phone 0408 369 770.

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Truganina Hornets have raced to the top of the ladder in Football Federation Victoria men’s state league 4 west soccer. The Hornets are a perfect three wins from three games and are displaying firepower in abundance. Sergio Lunedei’s team put on an attacking show on Saturday evening in a 4-1 mauling of North Melbourne Athletic at Arndell Park Reserve. Giorgio Torelli was superb for Truganina with a double. He is averaging a goal a game over the first three. In state league 1, Hoppers Crossing was no match for Geelong. The Reds sunk to a 3-0 defeat on home soil at Grange Reserve on Saturday. In state league 3 north-west, Point Cook had a 1-1 draw with Sunbury United away at Langama Park. Nikola Duvnjak scored his first goal of the season for Point Cook. In NPL 2 west, Werribee City returned home from Springvale White Eagles with a 2-0 loss. In women’s state league 2, Hoppers Crossing romped to a 7-1 season-opening win over Melbourne University at Princes Park Oval. Julia Budiongo-Batota was scintillating for the Reds with four goals, while goals to Kelly Black, Regina Vicedor and Mya Moran completed the rout. In women’s state league 2, Point Cook began the season with a 2-0 loss to Hume City at Saltwater Reserve.

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Josh Corbett had a big role to play for Werribee in its Victorian Football League outing on Saturday night. With the other Josh, key forward Josh Porter, unavailable for the historic clash with Casey Demons on a night when the Avalon Airport Oval redevelopment was to be unveiled, it was on Corbett to be Werribee’s focal point. It was a role in which Corbett thrived, booting three goals and taking four contested marks. “I like to pride myself on my marking ability,” he said. “That’s sort of one of my strong points and I try and do that as much as I can and let the smaller boys go to work [if the ball spills].” Corbett has relished the chance to begin the year without the hiccups that plagued him in the first half of last season. The 21-year-old’s 2017 season was frustratingly interrupted by a bout of glandular fever and an ankle injury. Touch wood, Corbett will have a clear run at establishing himself in the Werribee team. “It’s my first year [at Werribee] where I’ve been able to do a full pre-season,” he said. “That’s definitely been a huge bonus for me. “Personally, I feel as though it’s the fittest I’ve felt. “I’m a lot more composed in games and I’m able to make good decisions because I’m not so fatigued.” He is excited by the direction Werribee is taking and in awe of the facilities provided for the team at the revamped Avalon Airport Oval. “The Travelling Tigers last year, it was a bit tricky not having a home ground as such,” Corbett said. “Now it’s such a great facility and we’re very lucky.”

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Tigers deliver at last By Lance Jenkinson

The Werribee players did a good job of keeping the football and festivities separate. In a landmark night for the club, Werribee unveiled its impressive new multi-million dollar redevelopment of Avalon Airport Oval on Saturday night. But it was important for its players to keep their minds on the task at hand – a big home opening match against Casey Demons in the Victorian Football League. The night ended in defeat for Werribee by 16 points after a ripping contest, but it was by no means a case of the players taking their minds off the job. It was simply that Casey ran the game out better. Werribee forward Josh Corbett said the players were mindful of the broader importance of the occasion, but their minds were very much on playing matters. “We broke it down into two processes – the big event, the opening of the new facility, which has been 18 months in the works, but at the same time we still had a game of football to win,” he said. “We made sure we put our best foot forward to win the game for the crowd and for us … I thought we got off to a good start. “Our practice matches and the Geelong game up in Torquay in round one, we were a little bit slow to start, so it was pleasing for us to get out of the blocks nice and early. “It’s unfortunate the result didn’t go our way, but you can’t fault us on effort.” Werribee coach John Lamont was pleased with how his team handled the situation. It could have been easy for his players By Lance Jenkinson to get caught up in the moment with local Werribee produced what it had yearned Tigers coach John dignitaries on handWerribee and a new training and Lamont for most of the season – a consistent was apprehensive Lance Jenkinson function By centre to explore, but theyleading were into Sunday’s Top: Werribee coach John Lamont gives performance. historic finalfor game the seasoninstructions against locked in and mentally ready theofgame. to four-quarter one of his players. The Tigers numerous challenges Sandringham. Werribee produced what it answered had yearned Werribee coachitJohn Lamont “I thought theyTigers handled really well,” Above: Rookie Jack Brauman takes possession the– Zebras, leading at every change It was a dead game for for themost Tigers of thefrom season a consistent was apprehensive leading intorubber Sunday’s Lamont historic said. finalwith infour-quarter his debut. performance. gameVFL of the season against and claiming a seventh win for the season. finals out of the equation, butWerribee “ThereSandringham. was a good level ofbilled excitement Right: Andrew Hooper getsand a midfielder The Small Tigers forward answered numerous challenges Key forward Josh Porter it was also as one of the biggest about the Itwhole but then they were hurried away. (Pictures: Wilson) from thekick Zebras, at Mark every change was athing, dead game forhistory the Tigers Joeleading Maishman saved their best until last. daysrubber in the club’s – the last game claiming a seventh for thehad season. with VFL that finals out Watton of the we equation, but able to channel how wantground to in itsand “They win probably their best games of at into the Street current Key Josh PorterLamont and midfielder was also billed as before one of the the year,” said. format it isbiggest transformed into a forward inability to turn forward entries into“They goalswere real play our itfootball.” Joe Maishman stand-outs saved their for bestus, until last.two boys.” days in the club’s history – the last game those state-of-the-art venue tothe serve coming late on. Werribee was able to dictate terms in “They probablyPorter had their best of for Werribee’s at the Watton Street ground in its current was the games focal point “Iyear,” think in the said. last “They quarter, we just first half.format beforegenerations. the were real itThroughout is transformed into season a attack. He kicked two goals and was the a tough – one that Lamont capitalise on abetween couple of little The home side led avenue low-scoring dog fight didn’t stand-outs us, those two boys.” state-of-the-art to the serve coming midfield and goal. began with expectation of finals before for conduit Porter was the focal pointsaid. for Werribee’s opportunities,” Corbett played ingenerations. chilly andpetering damp conditions by 11 finish Maishman’s explosiveness through the out to an 11th-place as attack. He kicked two goals and waswere the able Throughout a tough season – one that “In slippery conditions, they points at half-time. middle of the ground had the eyes of the injuries and form slumps wreakedconduit havoc – between midfield and goal.and spread began the expectation of finals before to run in numbers a bit better Corbett, whowith ended up being Werribee’s forwards lighting up. Lamont maintained the players had for the Maishman’s explosiveness through the petering out to an 11th-place finish as the contest …had they Ryan Clarke consistently chief finisher goals, lauded the most part played withhavoc spirit–and from that morale middle of the ground thekicked eyes of some the found the ball injurieswith and three form slumps wreaked and way to into the the minds of the remained high. late in the his game shift work of the midfielders, particular Tom forwardsgoals lighting up.played Lamont maintainedinthe players had for the crucial Melbourne Even Lamont wasthat wincing when he Ryan Clarke North consistently found selectors the ball for the AFL momentum.” played with spirit and morale Gribble, most Ben part Moloney, Matt Hanson and Robin Nahas around checked the AFL results from Saturday, and played his finals. way into the was minds ofwas the dangerous remained Sodomaco. high. Defensively, Werribee resolute for captain Michael goal with three majors, while young key seeing Melbourne andheRichmond,North both Melbourne selectors for the AFL Even Lamont was wincing when mostonofthe the night. “I thought all thesides midfield group were forward McKay around jagged two. with little pride to play for, finals. Robin Nahas wasBen dangerous checked the AFL results frombut Saturday, The inclusion Ryley good in really tone for point a hard Itof ended onBarrack a positive endthe ofand 100-plus losses. goal with three majors, while young key note, but the 2016 seeing setting Melbourne Richmond, both strengthened the backline, but it was the contest early,” helittle said. thought forward jagged two. season will be remembered as one that was sides with but“Ipride to playour for, on the mindset Lamont wondered what ofBen McKay runIt and of Danenote, McFarlane that stood pressureend wasof A1 allhisnight.” ended on aunfulfilled positive but the 2016 100-plus point losses. for Werribee. players would be when he arrived at carry season will be remembered one has thatslipped was Lamont wondered what the mindset of “The wholeasyear by and we“It was disappointing that we haven’t won Avalonwas Airport Oval on Sunday morning, out. A star-studded Casey never going to Scoreboard unfulfilled for Werribee. his players would be when he arrived at haven’t gotten to where we wanted to go,” knowing they were four quarters away from New recruit Sam Collins had another back down. our first two games, but we definitely feel “The whole year has slipped by and we Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday morning, Lamont the end of away long, tough campaign. strong game, with hissaid. intercepttomarking a The Demons worked their back into as though there’s something special within haven’t gotten to Meanwhile, where we wanted knowing they were four quarters awayhis from there is go,” no rest for Lamont To Lamont’s delight, players were up feature. the contest with a four-goal-to-two third the group,” he said. “Hopefully, we can Werribee 8.7 (55) Lamont the end of a for long, campaign. thetough challenge, claiming a 20-point winsaid. and the support staff, with planning already Nick Nott was impressive in the ruck, quarter that them with the lead at create something special for the Werribee Casey Demons 10.11 (71) Meanwhile, there is no rest for Lamont To provided Lamont’s delight, his players were up under way for next season. The Tigers will over finals-bound Sandringham. and the support staff, with planning for the challenge, claiming 20-point winhas been finishing withplay 29 hit-outs. the last change. Football Club.” all games on thealready road in 2017, with the “The moraleaof the group under way for next season. The Tigers will over clinched finals-bound Sandringham. Werribee’s with 30 venues The Dees victory with three Werribee will host Williamstown in a Werribee: Goals: Corbett 3, Barrack, looking tostandout secure nine “home” terrific, even though weof have had aGribble lot of wasclub play all games ontackles the roadand in 2017, with the “The kicked morale of the group has been disposals, five a goal. the four goals in the last quarter. hugely anticipated game at Avalon Airport Hooper, Gribble, Munro, Robinson. away from Watton Street. injuries and lost a lot of games of footy,” he club looking to secure nine “home” venues terrific, even though we have had a lot of They are in talks to stage games at said. Despite his side starting the season with While injuries acknowledging Casey’s impressive Oval on Sunday from 2pm. Best: Gribble, Moloney, Corbett, Nott, and lost a lot of games of footy,” he away from Watton Street. Hoppers Crossing, “The from blokesthe were really keen finish thelosses close to high-quality ability tosaid. run and spread contest to totwo Hanson, McFarlane. They are in talks to stage games Torquay atsides,and perhaps Werribee Tigers forward Josh Porter – one of the day’s stars – celebrates a goal in front of the old evenTorquay an Werribee AFLand curtain-raiser at right Etihad ■ For more Werribee coverage, turn year strongly and pavilion is confident is on the create scoring inkeen thesending second Hoppers Crossing, perhaps At Avalon Airport Oval. “The opportunities blokes were really to finish off thetheCorbett Stadium, plus Arden Street will be a grandstand was little part it but the big partanofAFL curtain-raiser even at Etihad year strongly andone sending theofpavilion track. half, Corbett lamented his ownoff team’s to page 72.at Chirnside Park. (Luke Hemer)

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Werribee produced what it had yearned Werribee Tigers coach John Lamont for most of the season – a consistent was apprehensive leading into Sunday’s four-quarter performance. historic final game of the season against The Tigers answered numerous challenges Sandringham. It was a dead rubber game for the Tigers from the Zebras, leading at every change and claiming a seventh win for the season. with VFL finals out of the equation, but Key forward Josh Porter and midfielder it was also billed as one of the biggest days in the club’s history – the last game Joe Maishman saved their best until last. “They probably had their best games of at the Watton Street ground in its current the year,” Lamont said. “They were real format before it is transformed into a stand-outs for us, those two boys.” state-of-the-art venue to serve coming Porter was the focal point for Werribee’s generations. attack. He kicked two goals and was the Throughout a tough season – one that began with the expectation of finals before conduit between midfield and goal. Maishman’s explosiveness through the petering out to an 11th-place finish as injuries and form slumps wreaked havoc – middle of the ground had the eyes of the Lamont maintained the players had for the forwards lighting up. most part played with spirit and that morale Ryan Clarke consistently found the ball and played his way into the minds of the remained high. North Melbourne selectors for the AFL Even Lamont was wincing when he finals. Robin Nahas was dangerous around checked the AFL results from Saturday, goal with three majors, while young key seeing Melbourne and Richmond, both sides with little but pride to play for, on the forward Ben McKay jagged two. It ended on a positive note, but the 2016 end of 100-plus point losses. season will be remembered as one that was Lamont wondered what the mindset of unfulfilled for Werribee. his players would be when he arrived at “The whole year has slipped by and we Avalon Airport Oval on Sunday morning, knowing they were four quarters away from haven’t gotten to where we wanted to go,” Lamont said. the end of a long, tough campaign. Meanwhile, there is no rest for Lamont To Lamont’s delight, his players were up for the challenge, claiming a 20-point win and the support staff, with planning already under way for next season. The Tigers will over finals-bound Sandringham. play all games on the road in 2017, with the “The morale of the group has been terrific, even though we have had a lot of club looking to secure nine “home” venues injuries and lost a lot of games of footy,” he away from Watton Street. They are in talks to stage games at said. “The blokes were really keen to finish the Hoppers Crossing, Torquay and perhaps year strongly and sending off the pavilion even an AFL curtain-raiser at Etihad was one little part of it but the big part of Stadium, plus Arden Street will be a logical venue given the Tigers’ ties to North it was finishing the year off on a positive Melbourne. note.” was one littleit part logicalStreet venuewill given was of finishing thebig year offofon a positive Stadium, plus Arden be athe Tigers’ ties to North it but the part

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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?

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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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Sue Jones was one of five Werribee goalscorers. (Shawn Smits)

Devils split results as imports lead way

Tyrone Remy produces a no-look pass for the Werribee Devils. (Shawn Smits)

Werribee Devils earned a split on a doubleheader weekend in Big V basketball men’s state championship. The Devils went down the Princes Highway on Saturday night to claim a 91-83 victory over Corio Bay Stingrays at the Geelong Basketball Netball Centre. On Sunday, the Devil lost to Casey Cavaliers 105-101 in a thriller at Eagle Stadium. Werribee’s victory over Corio Bay had a lot to do with three men – imports Konor Kulas and Bryan Nagy and captain Paul Elderkin. Kulas has been on fire for the Devils since his arrival. He is averaging 29.4 points, 10.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists. A huge 29-point, 10 rebound game against the Stingrays was bang on his season average. He was aggressive in the paint, getting to the line 19 times for 13 makes. Nagy stuffed the stat sheet in his 17-point, six-rebound game. He landed two threes to go with four steals and four blocks. Elderkin was dangerous on offence, scoring 22 points to go with five assists. He finished with three three-pointers.

On Sunday, Werribee fell just short in an epic against Casey. Kulas went one better than his Saturday exploits, piling on 35 points to go with 10 rebounds, four steals and three assists. It was a big afternoon for Deng Chan, who scored 28 points in just 24 minutes. Chan got hot from outside the arc, dropping four threes. Elderkin was also influential, with 12 points and six rebounds. Werribee (2-3) will face Hawthorn Magic (2-2) at Eagle Stadium on Saturday night and Waverley Falcons (3-2) on Sunday at the Waverley Basketball Centre. In women’s division 1, Werribee Devils went down 72-63 to Mildura Heat at the Toyota Hothouse on Saturday night. Sam Moodie was the standout for the Devils with 18 points and 15 rebounds, while captain Jess Slade had 15 points and 11 rebounds. The Devils (1-4) will face Chelsea Gulls (3-2) at Patterson River Stadium on Saturday night. Lance Jenkinson

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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Werribee has enjoyed a season opener to savour in the Hockey Victoria women’s Vic League 1. The promoted Tigers’ first-up win on Saturday perfectly complemented the proud unfurling of their premiership flag. Tigers coach Les McAlinden said it all made for a memorable and moving day. “It’s always a good moment when you see the flag go up in the air from the previous year,” he said. “It puts something in the heart and if it didn’t you wouldn’t be playing the sport.” Werribee did not miss a beat offensively in a 5-4 take-down of Casey at President’s Park. The Tigers were lethal in and around the attacking circle and had too much firepower for the visitors. “Casey finished in the four last year, so it was a good win from our girls,” McAlinden said. “We had a few out too, so we’re looking good.” The Tigers had five individual goalscorers – Caitlin Spence, Lisa Ross, Holly Stewart, Catherine Munro and Sue Jones. There was some rust for the Tigers, a couple of defensive lapses gifting goals to Casey, but it was a largely positive opening game. “There were a few mistakes from us that led to them capitalising,” McAlinden said. “Apart from that, we played really good all over the field. Our forwards gelled really well.” McAlinden was not surprised by the hot start. He witnessed the hard work the Werribee players put in over the summer to prepare for the new season. The Tigers were superbly led by new captain Jenna Howley, a homegrown talent who has risen through the ranks. “I’ve been coaching Jenna since she was 13,” McAlinden said. “She’s grown from a young girl to a young woman and, now, to having a family of her own. It was really impressive to see her lead the team out.” The Tigers will be out to maintain the rage when they visit Mornington Peninsula on Saturday. Meanwhile, Werribee went down 2-1 to Bayside in the men’s Vic League 2 season opener at President’s Park. Jamie Beamish was the lone goalscorer for the Tigers. The Tigers will go in search of a first win when they travel to play Greater Dandenong Warriors on Saturday.

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Sweet success from tough start By Lance Jenkinson Steven Kretiuk had not endured a rougher preparation for a new season in his five years as coach of Hoppers Crossing. A tough summer is what made Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gutsy three-point win over St Albans in the Western Region Football League division 1 opener at Kings Park Reserve one of his sweetest victories in the Warriors coaches box. The Warriors were already significantly weakened with a number of off season departures. Then came a succession of injuries to key players, including season-ending knee injuries to Daniel Riosa and Jordan Moody, a career-ending shoulder injury to Matthew Smith and long-term ankle injury to Ben Jago. With a depletion in the ranks, not many expected Hoppers Crossing to travel to St Albans and return with a win, but they somehow found a way. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a lot happen over the last six months, so to get a win like that was great for everyone,â&#x20AC;? Kretiuk said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It was probably one of the best wins that Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been involved with as a coach.â&#x20AC;? Hoppers Crossing was hungry with players wanting to prove themselves. The Warriors quickly opened up a 16-point lead at quarter-time and it was clear they meant business. The lead extended to 22 by half-time, but it could well have been more had it not been for their wayward kicking for goal. St Albans mounted a comeback in the third term. The Saints piled on five goals to one,

which even had Kretiuk wondering if his teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s spirit had been crushed. They arrested a four-point three quarter-time deficit and willed themselves to victory with sheer endeavour. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Midway through the third, they sort of got on top and really took control of the game,â&#x20AC;? Kretiuk said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Sometimes it might not be your day, but it was those little things in the last quarter from guys that probably didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have a huge impact on the game, but made important tackles or one per centers and those little things added up.â&#x20AC;? David Barbieri, Braden Ferrari and Mathew Ryan were huge for Hoppers Crossing. In a low scoring game, Jordan Meadâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s three goals were significant. Elsewhere in division 1, Werribee Districts out-gunned Sunshine Kangaroos six goals to one in the final quarter to win by 31 points at Kinder Smith Reserve. Andrew Panayi kicked four goals. Wyndhamvale could only manage four goals in a 77-point loss to Spotswood away at McLean Reserve. In division 2, Point Cook had a 25-point win over Manor Lakes at Saltwater Reserve in its first game since crossing from the Victorian Amateur Football Association. In division 3, Wyndham Suns prevailed in the local derby over Tarneit in a 25-point win at Goddard Street Reserve, while Point Cook Centrals started strongly with a 27-point win over a Glen Orden side in its first game since 2016.

Hoppers Crossingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Harley Armstrong-Weston goes high on St Albans opponent David Kovacevic. (Damjan Janevski)

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