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Sunday, 3rd March Various times Clean Up Australia Day Multiple locations across Hobsons Bay Details: www.cleanupaustraliaday.org.au

The Williamstown Library will host its first major exhibition when Grand Visions – Centenary of the Capital Plan is unveiled on Friday, 8th March. The exhibition is curated by the National Capital Authority from the National Gallery in Canberra and marks the centenary of the announcement of the winning design for Australia’s capital. It features Walter Burley Griffin’s contemporary plan for the city and Marion Burley Griffin’s drawings. Williamstown Library was chosen as one of the locations of this travelling exhibition for its historical relevance and reputation. There is also a Hobsons Bay link to the Burley Griffins with the design of the radiating street layout of The Circle in Altona North believed to be inspired by their work. Canberra historian David Headon, who has helped put the exhibition together, will also host a presentation for history buffs and educators. Grand Visions – Centenary of the Capital Plan is on display from 8th March to 19th May during opening hours at the Williamstown Library, 104 Ferguson Street. For details, visit http://libraries.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au

Sunday, 3rd March 1.00pm to 3.00pm Truganina Explosives Reserve Preservation Society open day and maintenance Queen Street, Altona Details: Conservation Ranger 9932 1000. Sunday, 17th March 10.00am to 12.00pm Friends of Truganina Park maintenance day Free barbecue lunch and giveaways Meet and register in the car park Truganina Park, Andrew Park Drive, Altona Meadows Details: Conservation Ranger 9932 1000.

Council Meetings 2013 Tuesday, 12th March Tuesday, 26th March Tuesday, 16th April Unless otherwise noted, Ordinary Council Meetings are held in the Council Chamber, 115 Civic Parade, Altona, commencing at 7.00pm. All interested members of the public are welcome to attend.

The drawings of Walter (inset) and Marion Burley Griffin will be on display at the Williamstown Library as part of a national exhibit.

Women’s Advisory Committee Hobsons Bay’s Women’s Advisory Committee has been re-appointed for a second term. Hobsons Bay City Council is calling for expressions of interest to fill any vacancies on the Women’s Advisory Committee. The term of membership is two years. The committee provides advice to assist the Council to achieve greater participation of women in leadership roles and to celebrate and recognise women who are actively involved in the community. To nominate for the committee, fill out a form at www.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au

2014 General Valuation Hobsons Bay City Council has appointed Opteon Pty Ltd to undertake a General Valuation of all rateable land as at 1st January 2014 to be returned before 30th June 2014. Valuations are used to determine rates paid by all properties.

Report Hoon Behaviour 1800 333 000 (Crime Stoppers) Newport centre closer to reality In 2010, the Council adopted a concept plan for a new Youth, Library and The Council encourages residents to report incidents involving hoon drivers and trail bikes Seniors Centre in Mason Street, Newport. The Council has engaged an architect to review the concept plan and to by calling Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Contact Us Hobsons Bay City Council 115 Civic Parade, Altona PO Box 21, Altona 3018 Telephone 9932 1000 (9947 4685 after hours) Facsimile 9932 1039 TTY: National Relay Service 133 677 Email customerservice@hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au Website www.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au Auth. by Chris Eddy, Chief Exec. Officer (Acting)

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incorporate maternal and child health services and seniors’ programmed activity groups within the facility. At the same time, a landscape and connections plan will be developed for Paine Reserve to better integrate the reserve into the Newport Activity Centre and improve access to other nearby community facilities. The concept plan for the new centre and the Paine Reserve Plan will be developed to provide a community precinct where activities and events can be held in addition to maintaining the playground and other current uses. The community and user groups will have the opportunity to comment on the concept plan once it is complete.

What’s happening at the libraries? • eBooks now available Library members can access eBooks from anywhere in the world for free. Up to 10 titles can be downloaded at one time onto your computer or a variety of portable devices. Visit http://libraries.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au and start eBook reading today! • Auslan story time Come and enjoy an inclusive story time in spoken English and then interpreted in to Auslan (Australian Sign Language) on Thursday, 7th March from 10.30am to 11.15am at Altona Library, 123 Queen Street.

Have you signed your business up? Hobsons Bay City Council has launched its new online business directory and welcome all registered businesses in Hobsons Bay to sign up today. It is free to register and only takes a couple of minutes to fill in your company details. The directory is the one-stop-shop for customers looking for a trusted site to find a business in Hobsons Bay. Visit www.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au/directories and follow the prompts to register.

Straight Up – social media workshop Hobsons Bay City Council, in partnership with the Toyota Community Spirit Program, is presenting a workshop for local traders on social media. The workshop is part of the 2013 Hobsons Bay Community Training Program and has been designed to support local traders and business operators. Facilitator Nicholas O’Donohue will review the research, trends and major small business challenges social media brings to the small business owner. Step through Facebook, Google+, Twitter, blogging and more. Discuss the impact both positive and negative review sites bring to small businesses, and approaches to handling these comments. The workshop is on Tuesday, 5th March from 10.00am to 4.00pm at the Hobsons Bay Civic Centre, 115 Civic Parade, Altona. Cost is $20, which includes refreshments and a light lunch. To register, visit www.destinationmelbourne.com.au/events For more information, call Sally Curtis on 9932 1000.

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‘Black spot’ pollution fears lost in a bureaucratic black hole BY GOYA DMYTRYSHCHAK URGENT national attention is needed to monitor the health of residents in and around Brooklyn, a Senate inquiry into air quality will be told. Residents surrounding Victoria’s worst pollution black spot are at risk of allergic reactions, asthma attacks, breathing problems and heart conditions, according to Hobsons Bay Council. Its submission to the inquiry states that the main source of pollution is the ‘Brooklyn triangle’, bounded by Kororoit Creek and Somerville and

Geelong roads. Residents next worst off are those in Altona North, Laverton, South Kingsville and Newport. The submission states that while EPA Victoria had done short-term airmonitoring in Brooklyn and Sunshine West, it failed to include this airquality data in its monitoring report to the Commonwealth. ‘‘For this reason,’’ the submission states, ‘‘the impacts on health for those people — that is, Brooklyn and surrounding residents considered most at risk, and the causes that put those populations at risk — are not currently given the urgent attention that is

‘‘. . . the causes that put those populations at risk are not currently given the urgent attention that is required.’’ required at a national or state level.’’ The council accuses the Department of Health of contradicting its own heatwave response guidelines by forcing Brooklyn residents indoors with windows closed on high-dust days. Residents were made to stay inside for

38 days in 2009-10 and 16 days in 2010-11. The department’s heatwave advice is also at odds with its warning to residents to avoid outdoor activity, rigorous exercise and time outside. ‘‘Several primary schools and childcare centres are situated within the dust-affected area,’’ the submission states. ‘‘Not all rooms are airconditioned. Recess and lunch times fall within the high-dust times.’’ The department has advised residents to go on a treatment plan if symptoms appear and ‘‘if symptoms do not settle, seek medical advice’’.

Brooklyn feral goats nothing to kid about effort may go to waste.’’ Greg Bain, of Melbourne Water, said the feral goats were prolific grazers and could cause significant damage to waterways by trampling soil and contributing to erosion. ‘‘Melbourne Water and the Friends of Lower Kororoit Creek have planted thousands of trees and shrubs along the creek, which are now being destroyed,’’ he said. Melbourne Water and Brimbank Council say they will have a management plan in place by Friday.

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OR a time in the late ’70s our family made its home on a bluff overlooking Guam’s Tumon Bay. Back then, the Micronesian island was the No.1 destination for Japanese honeymooners, who flocked there on Western-style white wedding packages. From the hotels below, many couples espied the perfect vantage for wedding photographs and beat a path through the tropical undergrowth to summit on our front lawn. There, the pretty little brides and their camera-slung grooms would politely await until they caught someone’s attention to “please, photo”. In the autumn of ’79 I took dozens of photos of bridal couples poised like happy birds between sea and sky and — as a dubious return courtesy — they took dozens of me. A photograph of the photographer was an unspoken part of the deal. I imagined the presence of my lumpy teen self in the newlyweds’ albums being explained to bemused relatives from Akita to Yamaguchi. “. . and this is the fat girl at the top of the cliff who takes photographs”. Travelling along the Great Ocean Road last week I noticed couples of all walks stopped at lookouts taking their own photographs in that peculiar heads-tight-together-one-armoutstretched pose of the phone camera. With some sadness I realised the random helpful stranger who appeared in albums the world over had become redundant — the curled up corner of a memory, like the ghosts on a polaroid left too long in the sun. But behind the shoji screens and across the tatami mats, the plump girl at the top of the cliff lives on.

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A DEVELOPER planning to build a high-rise development at Williamstown has lashed out at Hobsons Bay Council after it rejected an application to demolish one of Victoria’s most historic hotels. Evolve Development managing director Ashley Williams said he would appeal to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal to reverse the council’s refusal to allow the demolition of the Oriental Hotel. The demolition of Williamstown’s secondoldest building and possibly the state’s first threestorey brick hotel, circa 1854, would pave the way for a six-storey, 83-dwelling apartment block. The council also refused an application for a four-storey, 51-dwelling development next door. Evolve’s final development of the entire Port Phillip Woollen Mill site could add 2000 people to Williamstown’s population. ‘‘Hobsons Bay Council has yet again failed to show leadership in supporting the implementation of planning applications that are supported by the planning scheme and . . . its own planning officers, and has made decisions that respond to political and emotive pressures,’’ Mr Williams said. Emotions ran high at last Thursday’s special planning committee meeting of the council, where some of the 220 objectors to the Oriental’s demolition and high-rise development pleaded with councillors to protect their community. Many said decisions should be adjourned until a risk assessment was done, given the development site fell within a 300-metre safety buffer from Mobil’s tank farm supplying half Victoria’s fuel. Ann Street resident Ralph Humphries feared residents would be unable to evacuate from the peninsula in the event of ‘‘another Coode Island,’’ referring to a 1991 chemical explosion caused by lightning which ignited 8.5 million litres of chemicals. ‘‘As far as the Oriental is concerned, I came to Williamstown because, like the signs outside say, ‘This is an historic seaport’. And if we start wrecking all the historical buildings in the place,

Scathing: Ashley Williams, pictured right with consultant Lloyd Elliot, is disappointed with the council decision. Picture: Goya Dmytryshchak

‘‘They’ll trash our culture, trash our way of life, all to make a better margin per square metre.’’ — Ralph Nicholson it stops being an historic seaport and we get a kind of Beacon Cove effect and that is just no good at all.’’ Hanmer Street resident Ralph Nicholson was apologetic about how deeply he felt. ‘‘They’ll trash our culture, trash our way of life, all to make a better margin per square metre,’’ he told the panel. Residents said the proposed development had insufficient parking, noting that many local

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spaces were taken by 1000 workers at Williamstown’s largest employer, the BAE shipyard opposite the development site. Others said there was a lack of school places for children and the Williamstown train line had more service replacement buses than any other Melbourne line. Save Williamstown spokesman Godfrey Moase urged mayor Angela Altair and councillors Paul Morgan and Colleen Gates to make a decision consistent with the community’s values. ‘‘That is why we’ve entrusted you with this position of leadership within this community . . . all I urge you to do is step up to that role that you’ve taken and protect this community and protect your legacy as leaders of this very unique place because once you’ve made this decision, there is no going back.’’

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Crash corner gets upgraded A notorious Hobsons Bay intersection has received traffic upgrades after a series of drivers ran red lights and endangered pedestrians. Western suburbs Liberal MP Bernie Finn said more prominent traffic lights, flashing pedestrian lights and guards would improve safety at the corner of Millers and Blackshaws roads. In the five years up to June 30 last year, there were eight casualty crashes at the intersection, four resulting in serious injuries.

Commuters on bikes counted Demanding answers: Steve McGhie outside an Altona North venue where a bashed man waited nearly two hours for paramedics. Picture: Mark Smith Health, David Davis. Is it now Ambulance Victoria’s policy that they will prioritise cases based on whether or not someone appears to be intoxicated or is intoxicated? ‘‘Their responsibility is to provide a response to people based on the their condition of health. It’s not based on whether they’ve

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Rubbish bins will be installed at nine Hobsons Bay fishing spots after a pelican injured on a hook at Cherry Lake died late last year. The aim is to stop birds getting caught in nets, hooks and plastic. Hobsons Bay’s works and assets director, Phillip McDonald, said the injured pelican was taken to a vet where it was found to have emphysema and hypothermia and was destroyed.

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Police are appealing for witnesses who saw a fivecar collision on the Princes Freeway at Laverton North last week. The incident occurred between Fitzgerald Road and the Kororoit Creek Road overpass about 6am on Friday. Police believe a vehicle changed lanes and collided with another car, causing it to spin out of control before it was hit by a third vehicle. A prime mover and trailer were then involved in the collision. Police are trying to identify the driver and type of vehicle which changed lanes. Minor damage was caused to three cars, but no injuries were reported. Information to Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au

it’s a combination of all those.’’ Ambulance Victoria group manager Tony Elliott would not confirm how long the patient waited or the reasons for the delay. ‘‘Ambulance Victoria was requested to attend a conference venue in Altona for a man who had been assaulted and was intoxicated,’’ he wrote in a statement. ‘‘At that time there were a num-

ber of cases in the area. ‘‘When someone calls us for help, we’d like to be able to send an ambulance immediately. Sometimes this just isn’t possible and we understand that it can be concerning for those waiting. ‘‘We send the closest ambulances to the sickest patients first.’’ Asked repeatedly to confirm how long the Altona North patient waited, an Ambulance Victoria spokesman said: ‘‘All the information I’ve given you is all the information I can give you.’’ Opposition health spokesman and Williamstown MP Wade Noonan said it was ‘‘extraordinary’’ that Ambulance Victoria would not provide the community with basic information. ‘‘We will be seeking an investigation into what led to this extraordinarily inadequate ambulance response, with the Minister for

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CALLS have been made for an investigation after a bashing victim with a fractured eye socket and nose waited nearly two hours for an ambulance at Altona North. Ambulance Victoria has come under fire for refusing to say how long the patient waited and for stating in its official response the victim was intoxicated. About 10.30pm on February 17, Altona North police called an ambulance for a 25-year-old man who had been assaulted at a music festival. After waiting 105 minutes, officers reportedly were so frustrated they considered driving the victim to Footscray’s Western Hospital in their police vehicle. Under state guidelines, an ambulance should arrive within 25 minutes for a code 2 emergency. Ambulance Employees Australia state secretary Steve McGhie said: ‘‘It’s just not good enough for someone with facial fractures — and, in particular, after a request from the police — that he had to wait an hour and three quarters before an ambulance arrives. ‘‘Clearly in a situation like this there weren’t enough available ambulances to do the job and, firstly, we’ve got to find out the reasons why there weren’t enough available ambulances. ‘‘They either didn’t have the ambulances staffed and didn’t have enough, or they were busy on other jobs or they were ramped up at hospitals. But I’d hazard a guess

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Bikes trump cars ST MARY’S Primary School pupils, including Kate, 8 (pictured), will put their best pedalling feet forward for National Ride2School Day on March 22. Co-ordinator Margaret Masseni says the Altona schoolchildren already hold their own walk and ride to school event each month. ‘‘Children who live a long way from the school, we encourage them to be driven part of the way and then their

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CONCERNS have been raised after the state government last week announced the $1.6 billion Webb Dock expansion would be fast-tracked. As reported by the Weekly, Williamstown residents opposing the port expansion are forming an alliance to fight ‘‘political vandalism,’’ saying their city views will be replaced by a 1.8-kilometre line of container ships, giant cranes and containers stacks. Hobsons Bay mayor Angela Altair said: ‘‘The council is disappointed that the amendment allows for containers to be stacked between six and eight containers high. ‘‘I hope the council will continue its close working relationship with Port of Melbourne Corporation to ensure issues of noise, light spill, traffic management and visual amenity can be suitably addressed.’’ Williamstown resident Denis Weily said residents had been overridden. ‘‘I see it as a shortcircuit,’’ he said. ‘‘Once again, the residents of

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parents drop them off and they either walk the rest or scoot the rest, either by themselves or with their parents. On the national days, we have a walking school bus and pick a designated point and certain time and all walk up Pier Street to the school.’’ The annual event encourages pupils to get active and ride, walk, scoot or skate to school. More than 140,000 students across Victoria are expected to take part. Details: bicyclenetwork.com.au

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Diversity on rise as crowd puts game through hoops BY GOYA DMYTRYSHCHAK ONE of Williamstown’s oldest and most conservative clubs recorded the biggest crowd in its 87-year history as part of this year’s Midsumma gay and lesbian festival. But some of the 160-strong crowd at Williamstown Croquet Club’s ‘Perfect Midsumma afternoon’ were wondering, ‘‘Where are all the queers?’’ Club president Adrian MastermanSmith — who has been with partner and Australian Croquet Association national director of schools coaching Lowen Clarke for more than 20 years — said the croquet event took sport into a more diverse community. ‘‘Instead of the old days when it was that group over there, now it’s ‘us group, us family’. ‘‘All the family and the friends and the extended family of the queer community — which when you think

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‘‘It takes it out from just that insular community to being all about family in the broadest sense of the word.’’ — Adrian Masterman-Smith about it, takes it from 8 or 9 per cent out to maybe 25 per cent — would be able to identify with someone who’s gay or lesbian or even queer-identified. ‘‘It takes it out from just that insular community to being all about family in the broadest sense of the word.’’ GOWEST, which this year organised 18 Midsumma events across Hobsons Bay, Brimbank, Maribyrnong and Wyndham, said crowds had almost doubled from last year. Mr Masterman-Smith said more councils would come on board next year, with plans to hold an evening

cocktail event at Brunswick Malletsports Club. Mr Masterman-Smith, who is on Hobsons Bay’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer advisory committee, said a thriving queer community was a sign of a healthy mainstream community. ‘‘A number of years ago, a research paper said that you can use the queer community as a barometer of the health of your community. ‘‘So, if you have a queer community that’s thriving — there’s a bar or a club or they meet and there are activities in your municipality — what you’re sending out in the way of signals is that your municipality is supportive; it’s a great place to be. ‘‘If you’re a corporate organisation looking to site your new offices, come to Hobsons Bay because the queer community is doing well; ergo your educated staff will fit right in.’’

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Polly prodigies confer BY GOYA DMYTRYSHCHAK YOUTH parliament gives young people their voice back, says Williamstown resident and Victoria’s new youth governor Olly Tripodi. Since its inception 27 years ago, the youth parliament has had more than 25 of its bills enacted in law, including drug testing for drivers and over-the-counter availability of the ‘morning after pill’. For three days in July, 120 young people will take over the Spring Street chamber to debate proposed legislation that will then be handed on to the relevant minister. Mr Tripodi said 16-25 year-olds were, for the most part, underrepresented in decision-making. ‘‘It is a demographic that’s engaged: they’re intelligent, they’re eloquent, they’ve got informed beliefs. But they can’t vote,’’ the 20-year-old said. ‘‘. . . I think they’re frustrated that a vast majority of politicians are over the age of 30 or 40 and

A better break for battlers Stand up: Victoria’s youth governor Olly Tripodi will lead the state’s youth in Parliament House. perhaps that youth issues aren’t represented as well as they should be. So, youth parliament gives them their voice back.’’ Mr Tripodi said issues important to young people included mental health, public

transport infrastructure and financial support while studying. ■Applications for this year’s youth parliament close March 29. Details: victoria.ymca.org.au/ youthparliament

WYNBAY Power players like Leroy Alexander (pictured) are fine-tuning their skills in preparation for their first match in the RecLink Football League. The team, made up of Wyndham and Hobsons Bay residents, began training at Werribee’s Soldiers Reserve last Wednesday. Coach Scott Sutton, a youth resource officer at Altona North police, said the team was working with the Western Bulldogs to prepare for the coming season.

He said many players were unemployed or had dropped out of school, while others were homeless or had been in trouble with police. ‘‘The main benefit of the team is that it gives them a sense of belonging,’’ Leading Senior Constable Sutton said. Training is at Soldiers Reserve, College Road, Werribee, every Wednesday until April 17, with new players welcome. More details: Rhonda on 0412 971 954

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IS it really possible to believe you have had lap band surgery without going under the knife? The Weekly decided to visit a Newport hypnotherapist to test her claims of virtual gastric banding. Hypnotherapist Heather Richards, of CaS Therapy, says many of her clients believe they have had a band placed around their stomach and physically can’t eat as much. ‘‘A lot of people, when they come out of the session, feel like they’re regurgitating because it’s like the band on the top of their stomach. Some people feel a bit funny for a couple of days. ‘‘Your imagination wins every time.’’ She leads me to a chair as we prepare to go into virtual theatre. ‘‘Basically, we’re accessing your subconscious

mind, so close your eyes and we guide you into a dream state,’’ Ms Richards said. ‘‘Sometimes you remember it, sometimes you don’t.’’ Unlike a woman I read about who said she could even feel the imaginary anaesthetic being administered, as we begin the journey I am aware that I’m not really on a gurney being wheeled down a hospital corridor. But much to my surprise, as I pass a room with an older patient who looks like me and has obesity-related problems, I get upset at the thought of leaving my family behind. So upset I fear I will cry, but I can’t, because I’ve been been told my eyes are locked. When I emerge, I felt as though the positive messages planted in my subconscious have finally sunk in. Since that day just over two weeks ago, my eating habits

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Back to his roots Vasili Kanidiadis is one of community television’s greatest success stories. The passionate gardener took some rare time out to speak with Eugene Benson about his return to where it all began

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ardening was always going to rule Vasili Kanidiadis’s life — it’s in his blood. His early exposure to backyard vegie growing left a lasting impression and despite stints in engineering and even classical piano, it is the simple beauty of home grown produce where his passion lies. Kanidiadis is something of a household name these days thanks to his cult television show Vasili’s Garden, which started broadcasting on Channel 31 in 2003 and later moved to SBS in 2007. At its height, the show was attracting more than 400,000 viewers a week, almost unheard of for such a low budget show on a community station. The show will return to it roots on Channel 31, (broadcast on Digital Channel 44) on March 6. Flamboyant, cheerful and with a piano accordion in-tow, the basic formula for Vasili’s Garden has been for Kanidiadis and his camera crew to visit mostly migrant families across Australia and tell the story behind the establishment and success of their vegie garden. The aim is to celebrate home-grown food and show how even the smallest backyard, patio or side gardem can be used to grow fresh, healthy produce. By the show’s conclusion the crew and garden owners usually wind up eating and drinking the produce grown in the garden and Kanidiadis provides the entertainment with his beloved piano accordion. Before you know it cast, crew and gardener’s are arm in arm dancing to Zorba as the credits roll. Kanidiadis reckon’s it’s all pretty basic and a lot of fun. ‘‘It’s about simple people who love to garden, and yes many are migrants with little formal education, but the wealth of knowledge they possess in practical gardening is far greater than any school education can ever offer you. ‘‘This knowledge has been handed down to them

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from past generations, from their parents and grandparents who in their time had to garden to survive with simple methods, using simple equipment and in the end achieving a very healthy and sustainable lifestyle.’’ Exceedingly proud of his own migrant heritage, Kanidiadis believes the show has also struck a chord because it play’s an important role at keeping traditions alive. ‘‘A lot of people of my generation actually didn’t stay in touch with the traditional practices, they got on with the new life in Australia,’’ he says. ‘‘But now there is a bit of a resurgence in some younger people, that next generation. So many people we feature on the show are that generation older than me, so I think it’s important to keep these methods and traditions alive.’’

The son of Greek migrants, Kanidiadis was born in Coburg but moved to Keilor Park at the age of 6. After not truly embracing a career in engineering, in 1993 he opened a plant and garden store back in his old stomping ground of Coburg. Word soon spread about ‘the Greek guy with all the great fruit and vege advice’, and Kanidiadis was approached by a friend who worked at 3XY multicultural radio to participate in a talkback gardening show. The show proved a huge success and profitable for the station. It was on the back of the radio show’s high ratings Kanidiadis was invited to try his luck on television. Still somewhat surprised at his rise to fame, he believes much of his show builds on the adventures he had with his father as a child. ‘‘My earliest memories of gardening were at the age of six or seven,’’ he recalls. ‘‘Each day my father would pick me up from school and drive past our old property in Coburg where we used to live. He had the house demolished and had it turned into a huge vegetable garden.

‘‘Every day we would go there and harvest the freshly ripe produce. My dad would always have a couple of village style bread rolls with him and some feta cheese, we would break open the bread and fill it with a bit of everything picked from the garden then go and sit under the old lemon tree to enjoy the afternoon feast.’’ As well as moving to SBS in 2007, Kanidiadis has appeared on the ABC and had a couple of spots on Channel 10, a newspaper column and still has a weekly spot on 3AW and SBS radio. His new series promises to stick to the old formula, albeit with some new additions. ‘‘It will have a whole new line up of guests and new presenters,’’ Kanidiadis says. ‘‘The show is being grown out to one hour of gardening and cooking tips and advice, along with crazy guests.’’ Kanidiadis says it’s the people of Melbourne, and of course the people from all parts of Australia, who continue to inspire him. ‘‘Most importantly it’s the migrant generation, our parents, grandparents, friends and neighbours who grew up gardening purely to survive. It’s their stories and gardening and cooking secrets that I want to explore and share.’’ It’s not lost on Kanidiadis that while it might be in vogue for inner suburban trendies to be get involved in community gardens or start their own herb patch, many migrant families have been doing just that without the fuss for generations. ‘‘It’s a way of life that more and more people of today are turning to, and yes we are proud to say that Vasili’s Garden has been a strong influence towards this healthy change. As my father and grandfather would say, ‘It’s about growing it yourself’, knowing where it grew and how it was grown, with nothing short of tender loving care given to every seed germinated, every plant propegated and every tree grafted.’’I Kanidiadis’s new show screens on March 6 at 7.30pm on Digital 44


OLD AND NEW FACES While there are too many to mention, Vasili Kanidiadis believe’s some of the characters and odd but effective gardening techniques he has come across filming the show will stay with him for life. There is John the singing gardener in Thomastown, who has a ridiculous amount of water storage containers through his garden, and Effie of Glenroy who feeds her plants aspirin and always has a bumper crop even through winter. Another favourite is Cosimo of Coburg, the meticulously organised and fastidiously clean gardener who grows some of the best and biggest vegies in town. In the show’s new incarnation Kanidiadis will be joined by a horticulturist called Jason who will share seasonal gardening tips on flowering and productive plants, advice on propagating, seed harvesting, repotting and plant protection. He’ll be joined by energetic teenager Eleni, who will share her passion for fresh produce and their health benefits; Lisa, an elite athlete will discuss the basics of keeping fit and avoiding injuries while gardening. SBS identity Mamma Eleni will demonstrate traditional cooking methods and secret recipes, while new mum Jana will show natural methods and simple remedies to look after new borns and toddlers. MICHAEL COPP

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The reinstatement of the first $107 million in federal health funding is a welcome first step, but Prime Minister Julia Gillard needs to commit to reversing the further $368 million in cuts that are slated for June 30. The move is evidence that the Gillard government knew all along that these cuts were unwarranted and would hurt Victorians. This announcement highlights the shameful actions of Labor’s Martin Pakula and Khalil Eideh and the Greens’ Colleen Hartland, who voted against the Coalition’s motion in Parliament which expressed its concern at cuts to the Commonwealth government’s share of health funding.

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COMMUNITY UPDATE

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Joyful juniors: Elise Sawell, Beatrice Esposto, Ella Taylor, Laura Drossos, Eliza Green, Kiara Knauer and Oenone Sawell are part of the U14 and U11 Yarraville Glory football teams.

Musical favourite: Ross Hannaford & the Critters is a headline act at Saturday’s bank-sponsored Seddon Festival. Visit seddonmusic.com

All Seddon done, you can bank on fun BY CAROLE LEVY elium balloons and popcorn will be the order of the day for the Seddon Community Bank branch of Bendigo Bank this Saturday as it takes part in the Seddon Festival, a feast of music and other family-friendly activities. Branch manager Graham Evans says the bank is a major sponsor of the festival and is keen to get behind the unifying local event. ‘‘We’ve contributed financially towards the festival, but we’ve also provided logistical help.

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‘‘One of our team, Linda Woods, has been a key driver of the festival with her work on the committee. We’ve been happy to give her time off from her regular role at the bank to devote to the festival’s organisation — and it’s been very rewarding,’’ Evans says. ‘‘The festival’s aim of bringing together the community marries wonderfully with our philosophy of community giving. We’ll have a marquee outside the branch, with team members handing out helium balloons, and the Yarraville Special Developmental School crew will be with us providing popcorn for a gold coin donation.’’

The bank is always busy keeping tabs on and meeting needs within the area. The Yarraville Glory Football Club recently received a three-year sponsorship package for its junior program, and club board director Adam Sawell couldn’t be happier. ‘‘Our juniors now sport the bank’s name on their shirts and we’ve also received financial assistance. This has given the team a sense of stability. We see this as an important partnership because our club shares the bank’s commitment to community participation,’’ Sawell says. ‘‘The bank’s actions have also given impetus to many

other local businesses coming on board to support us. And, in the process, our guys are learning the importance of giving back as well.’’ The bank, which to date has given about $135,000 back to the community, has many irons in the fire — never more literally than its donation of a portable anvil and forge to the Waterside Metal Art Workers. This is a group dedicated to retaining blacksmithing skills, working out of a shed on the banks of the Maribyrnong below the Footscray Arts Centre. Go to watersidemetalart.org for information on an exciting blacksmiths’ festival next month.

Seddon Community Bank® Branch

With every product or service the Bendigo Bank offers, money goes back into the community to support local projects and initiatives It means that as a customer you benefit from competitive products and great service and get the satisfaction of knowing your banking is contributing to your community.

So make a difference - to your own banking and your community. Drop into your nearest branch at 90 Charles Street, Seddon or phone 9687 2500.

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Top of the classics Move in and enjoy this delightful home with heritage features, writes Tegan Forder

hile this classic block-fronted Victorian built in the 1900s will impress with its heritage features, the unexpected size is also a drawcard. Set on a 445-metre-square block, the house sits prettily next to similar houses behind a white and heritage green picket fence and verandah fretwork, with cottage-style flowering shrubs and brick paths. The house was expertly extended about 10 years ago by a local builder. With the decor already complete with features walls and period-style finishings, the new owners won’t have to worry about a thing. Features include polished wooden floorboards, ceiling rosettes and stacked cornices throughout. A cosy sitting room (or bedroom) has a fireplace with a beautiful wooden mantelpiece. The main bedroom has maroon walls, a fitted walk-in wardrobe, and an en suite with tessellated maroon and cream tiles, and wooden vanity.

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A wide hallway leads to two further bedrooms both with fireplaces, and they share a bathroom with large bath and sea-blue tiles. A leadlight door separates these rooms from another bedroom (or study) with mustard walls and a laundry with copious cupboard and external access. The open-plan living hub extension has the same height ceilings as the original half of the building. The kitchen has cream cabinetry and a Bosch oven, stove top and dishwasher. Pale yellow walls give the meals and family areas a cheery feel while ample windows and white-painted french doors allow in lots of natural light. A large sunny north-facing backyard includes a large undercover decked area and a second brick-paved sitting area on ground level. Established trees, garden beds and a small shed take up the rest of the space but the area could be re-landscaped to fit a vegie patch or even a pool. There is also a possible right-of-way from the lane behind.

104 John Street, Williamstown Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2 Living areas: Study, lounge, family-meals The rest: Polished floorboards, ceiling rosettes, fireplaces, split-systems, hydronic heating, decked undercover entertainment area, possible right-of-way Price: $1 million-$1.1 million Auction: Saturday at 2pm Open for inspection: Saturday at 1.30pm Agent: Sweeney Estate Agents Williamstown, 9399 9111

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PLACESWELOVE ●

A new high in elegant living partments don’t have to be pokey, and this one with views of Maribyrnong River certainly isn’t. A courtyard and two balconies provide separate entertainment areas. The ground floor has two bedrooms — one with a built-in wardrobe, the other with a walkin wardrobe — a large lounge room, bathroom with twin-vanity basin unit and laundry. An open-plan living-dining space and modern kitchen with glossy black cupboards, stone benchtops and stainless-steel appliances make up the first floor. On the top level is the huge main bedroom

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with walk-in wardrobe, a fourth bedroom with built-in wardrobe and another bathroom with twin-basin vanity unit. Features are polished floorboards and a double garage. Parks, Flemington Racecourse railway station, and primary and secondary schools are close by. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

62 Cumberland Drive, Maribyrnong Price: Contact agent Private sale Agent: Rendina Real Estate Kensington, 9381 6500

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Retail Investment Opportunity

73-75 The Circle

Here is an excellent opportunity to secure a dual shopfront and three room dwelling on two separate titles. Securely leased to an established tenant, these properties represent fantastic versatility as an investment and/or future development (STCA) • 73 The Circle 6 year lease commenced 1/7/09 with 6 year option • 75 The Circle 3 year lease commenced 1/7/11 with 2 year option • Current rental $35,500 p/a net • Building area 170 sqm approx, Land Area 446 sqm approx • Zoning: Business 1 • First time offered in 55 years EXECUTOR’S AUCTION Thursday 28th February 1.00pm INSPECT Thur 28th February 12.30 - 1.00pm CONTACT Sam Ajredini 0419 361 071

FOOTSCRAY

Perfectly Positioned with Potential to Improve An exciting opportunity to renovate/extend (STCA) in the very heart of Footscray. This freestanding period home offers 3 bedrooms, central lounge, kitchen/meals area, bathroom, plus a sizeable backyard and off street parking via side driveway. Minutes from Footscray shops and station. Do not miss your chance to secure this home in an unbeatable location. EXECUTOR’S AUCTION Saturday 2nd March 12.30pm INSPECT Thurs 28th February 6.00 - 6.30pm Sat 2nd March 12.00 - 12.30pm PRICE GUIDE $440,000 - $470,000 MELWAY REF 42 A3 CONTACT Sam Ajredini 0419 361 071

Tel: 9687 3366

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91 Creswick Street


Just one of a kind ell presented, this sleek one-bedroom villa is a rare offering. Living areas are a spacious light-filled lounge room, an openplan kitchen and family-meals area with a split system unit, recessed wall and french doors opening to the decked courtyard. The bedroom has a large built-in wardrobe. Extras include a car park on title with a security entrance and intercom. The location is another perk: the property is just moments from Footscray’s commercial hub.

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17 Forrest Street

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Add your personal touch ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●

enovators looking for a new project need look no further than this weatherboard cottage in the heart of Footscray. Waiting to be restored back to its former glory, the residence has two bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, a bathroom, kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and an open-plan living space. Floorboards, feature walls and a fireplace are features. A paved courtyard is out back. Parks, eateries, shops, Footscray market and railway station, and Victoria University are nearby.

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2/46 Commercial Road, Footscray Price: $320,000-$350,000 Auction: March 16 at 11am Agent: Sweeney Estate Agents Yarraville, 9687 8388

Bed 3 / Bath 2 / Car 3

$520,000-$560,000

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31 Newell Street, Footscray Price: $470,000-$510,000 Auction: Saturday, March 23, at 11am Agent: Jas Stephens, 9316 9000

Bed 3 / Bath 1 / Car 1

1 Ford Street $600,000-$650,000

Auction

2pm Saturday 16th March on location

Auction

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3.15-3.45pm Saturday

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11-11.30am Saturday & 11-11.30am Sunday

Contact

Colin Rich 0414 397 164 & Steele Sexton 0403 557 711

Contact

Susie O’Neill 0417 755 450 & Steele Sexton 0403 557 711

Williamstown 9397 1600

11am Saturday 23rd March on location

Williamstown 9397 1600

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

FORTHCOMING AUCTIONS SATURDAY 2ND MARCH 2013 West Footscray 32 Soudan Road Yarraville

$500-$540,000

22 Tarrengower Street

$460-$490,000

South Kingsville 56A Vernon Street

$470-$500,000

Kingsville Seddon Yarraville Yarraville Spotswood

$750-$800,000 $540-$580,000 $650-$700,000 $560-$590,000 $490-$530,000

10 Chirnside Street 9 Williamstown Road 7 Drew Street 82 Ballarat Street 5 Hope Street

SATURDAY 9TH MARCH 2013 Yarraville 69 Fehon Street Seddon 1/245-249 Nicholson St

$690-$740,000 $330-$360,000

SATURDAY 16TH MARCH 2013 Yarraville 6 Prentice Street West Footscray 9 Brunswick Street West Footscray 26 Milton Street Footscray 86 Victoria Street Yarraville 269 Francis Street

$610-$650,000 $400-$440,000 $490-$530,000 $420-$450,000 $460-$500,000

SATURDAY 23RD MARCH 2013 Footscray 31 Newell Street Footscray 62 Stirling Street Footscray 38 Essex Street Kingsville 82 Coronation Street Kingsville 20 Empress Avenue Kingsville 13/296 Somerville Rd Maidstone 69 Ballarat Road

$470-$510,000 $600-$650,000 $580-$630,000 $475-$525,000 $590-$640,000 $460-$490,000 $400-$440,000

A SELECTION OF OUR PRIVATE SALES Spotswood 48 Reed Street Newport 143 Mason Street Yarraville 2/20 Angliss Street SATURDAY 6TH APRIL 2013 Seddon 7 Bute Street South Kingsville 1/30 Vernon Street Yarraville 1 Court St Yarraville 49 Bellairs Avenue SATURDAY 13TH APRIL 2013 Seddon 7/2 Alexander Street Seddon 7/27 Hobbs Street Yarraville 14/283 Williamstown Rd SATURDAY 27TH APRIL 2013 Footscray 64 Eleanor Steet West Footscray 17 Palmerston Steet RECENT SALES RESULTS Williamstown 13 Esplanade Spotswood 4 Kernot Street Seddon 189 Buckley Street Seddon 55 Seddon Street Seddon 65 Windsor Street Footscray 209/277-287 Barkly St West Footscray 17 Robbs Road West Footscray 57 Hansen Street West Footscray 46 Summerhill Road Footscray 14 Lynch Street

$690-$740,000 Brooklyn $690-$740,000 Footscray $365-$385,000 Footscray Footscray $850-$925,000 Footscray Footscray $550-600,000 Kingsville $645-$685,000 Kingsville Kingsville Laverton $310-$330,000 Maidstone $440-$470,000 Maidstone $315-$345,000 Newport Newport Newport $560-$590,000 Newport $520-$570,000 Seddon Seddon SOLD undisclosed Seddon SOLD $630,000 South Kingsville SOLD $566,000 South Kingsville Spotswood SOLD $683,000 West Footscray SOLD $717,000 Williamstown SOLD $412,000 Yarraville SOLD undisclosed Yarraville SOLD $588,000 Yarraville SOLD $463,100 West Footscray SOLD $610,000 West Footscray

34 Millers Road 511/250 Barkly Street 104/72C Cross Street 7 Donald Street 47 Warleigh Road SOLD 7 Commercial Road 34 Williamstown Road 45 Bishop Street 336 Somerville Road 25 Briggs Street 2/12 Clarendon Street 34/12 Crefden Street 1/13 Liley Street SOLD 11/508 Melbourne Road 2/8 Rosshire Road 1 Tregutha Way 2/245-249 Nicholson St 4/187 Charles Street 171 Buckley Street 7/6-8 Brunel Street 88 Greene Street 1 & 2/68 Hudsons Road 3/707 Barkly Street 1, 2 & 3/18 Princes St 60 Buninyong Street 1 & 2 /8 Charlotte Street 13 Morven Street 3 Park Ave(off Lae St) 17 Neil Street

$490-540,000 $355,000 $299,000 $549,000 $580,000 $525,000 $500-$530,000 $660-700,000 $519,000 $290-309,000 $420-$460,000 $369,000 $535,000 $265-$285,000 $540,000 Plus $825,000 Contact Agent $265,000 $629,000 $500-$525,000 $535-$575,000 $455-$475,000 $260,000 Plus $660-$720,000 $820,000 $750-$800,000 $430-$470,000 $545,000 $650-$700,000

48 REED STREET SPOTSWOOD A Family Focussed Californian This exceptional family home´s sense of space and style is complemented by a leafy location walking distance from schools and Spotswood Village D

Large living area with a welcoming feel

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Sunny Bosch and Baumatic kitchen/dining

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Three bedrooms surround a fully tiled bathroom

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Charming landscaped north facing rear garden

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Inviting deck, plus studio/ guest room and store room

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Side drive parking and convenient carport

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Price Guide

$690,000 - $740,000

Inspect

Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm

Contact

Astrid Jane 0402 211 660 Craig Stephens 0418 547 938

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

82 CORONATION STREET KINGSVILLE Add Contemporary To Classical Appealing proportions and the attraction of a Kingsville address complement the promise and prospects of this double fronted period home D

Two bedrooms plus bungalow accommodation

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Flexible floor plan with generous living/ 3rd bedroom

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Separate kitchen/meals leads to sun-room

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Neat bathroom, separate laundry with shower

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North west backdrop, garage plus parking

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Update and extend, STCA, when desired

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Price Guide

$475,000 - $525,000

Inspect

Saturday 11:45 - 12:15pm

Contact

Astrid Jane 0402 211 660 Craig Stephens 0418 547 938

69 FEHON STREET YARRAVILLE

38 ESSEX STREET FOOTSCRAY

Totally Re-invented - An Edwardian For Today 4 1 ____________________________________ So comprehensively renovated that it´s essentially a brand One of Yarraville´s most favoured streets, oak lined and only Idyllic In Every Way

moments´ walk from the vibrant village & the station sets the

Auction

Saturday 9th March at 12.00pm

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new home behind a classical period image in a

Saturday 23rd March at

scene for the fully renovated spaces of this exceptional 4

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BRS family home.

Melways Ref

42 A9

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North facing living/dining with designer deck

Melways Ref

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$690,000 - $740,000

Contemporary kitchen, beautifully Blanco fitted

Price Guide

580,000 - $630,000

Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm

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Three inviting bedrooms, each with built-in robes

Inspect

Saturday 1:15 - 1:45pm

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Faultless period inspired central bathroom Contact

Anna Grech 0438 446 051

Large living & dining areas meet every need in style

Price Guide

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Kitchen with island, stone surfaces, Miele dish-washer

Inspect

D

Bright fully tiled spa bathrooms serves four BRS in style

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Deck enjoys leafy privacy & provides a perfect retreat

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Open fire-place, gas heater, reverse cycle heat/cool

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Ample storage, Foxtel, cable broadband, fully insulated

Sunday 12:00 - 12:30pm Contact

Greg Carruthers 0417 566 851

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Re-wired, re-plumbed and fully insulated

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Car parking accessed from Leander Street

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Sunday 10:30 - 11:00am Craig Stephens 0418 547 938

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GREAT PLACE TO START A wonderful entry level proposition presents itself, with this neat as a pin, ready to move straight in Edwardian Cottage. • Set on a versatile corner allotment, featuring second frontage to Ormond Rd, compliments this opportunity • Comprising, generous light filled living room, two spacious bedrooms, gourmet kitchen with stone bench tops and adjoining functional meals area, bright bathroom, sunroom/ study nook and off street parking to carport • Located within walking distance to schools, parks.

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AUCTION Sat 2nd March 11.30am ESR $390,000 - $420,000 VIEW Sat 11.00 - 11.30am CONTACT Luc Tomasino 0419 919 911 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 OFFICE 39 Anderson Street, Yarraville 9687 8899

9398 8400

A two-storey tempter ere’s an opportunity to live in a fast-growing area that’s less than seven kilometres from the city. The up-and-coming two-storey houses at Beaurepaire Terraces are close to Highpoint shopping centre and Maribyrnong River. The first stage of the project comprises 12 six-star energy-rated houses with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room, large living areas and two-pack kitchen with European appliances. Landscaped gardens and a double garage are included.

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Beaurepaire Terraces, Beaurepaire Parade, Footscray Price: From $609,000 Private sale Agent: Biggin & Scott, 9867 1444

bigginscott.com.au

“CUTTING COMMISSIONS NOT CORNERS”

62 CRESWICK STREET, FOOTSCRAY A DOUBLE FRONTED VICTORIAN CLASSIC Tucked behind the fence lays this gorgeous, renovated, double fronted Victorian classic situated in one of the West’s prime growth pockets centrally located with everything on your doorstep! Comprising central hall leading to two good sized bedrooms, a study/3rd bedroom, living room with period features including gas coal fireplace with tiled hearth, central sparkling bathroom, and a BIG open plan living and family area with chef’s kitchen leading onto a brick paved outdoor area, fantastic for entertaining and a beautiful back garden with established trees.

Auction Saturday 2nd at 1:00pm EPR: $570,000-$610,000 Inspect Saturday 12:30pm–1:00pm Auctioneer John Kaufman 0411 801 145

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FOR SALE ESR $450,000 - $470,000 VIEW Sat 10.00 - 10.30am CONTACT Dean Caramia 0431 601 399 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925

FOR SALE ESR $550,000 - $580,000 VIEW Sat 10.00 - 10.30am CONTACT Luc Tomasino 0419 919 911 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925

FOR SALE UNIT 1 ESR $640,000 - $660,000 VIEW Sat 12.30 - 1.00pm CONTACT Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 Luc Tomasino 0419 919 911

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FOR SALE ESR $500,000-550,000 VIEW Sat 1.15 - 1.45pm CONTACT Luc Tomasino 0419 919 911 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925

FOR SALE ESR $440,000 - $470,000 VIEW By appointment CONTACT Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 Dean Caramia 0431 601 399

FOR SALE ESR $320,000 - $350,000 VIEW Sat 10.00 - 10.30am CONTACT Dean Caramia 0431 601 399 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925

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66-70 Railway Street South, Altona [ALT]

Sat 23rd February 11.00am $550,000 - $600,000 Sat 10.30 - 11.00am Vince Caramia 0405 122 925 Luc Tomasino 0419 919 911

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Sat 23rd February 1.30pm $450,000 - $480,000 Sat 1.00 - 1.30pm Dean Caramia 0431 601 399 Vince Caramia 0405 122 925

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Backyard for Brady Bunch o one wants their kids to grow up in a house with no backyard, and with this 695-squaremetre property they won’t have to. Behind the picket fence and weatherboards, this cute house has three bedrooms — the main with a built-in wardrobe — and a study/fourth bedroom. A lounge room and separate family-meals area provide ample space for adults and children. In the good-sized kitchen are a dishwasher and plenty of cupboard and bench space. Inclusions are an updated bathroom, refrigerated cooling, ducted heating, polished floorboards, a four-car garage and established

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58 Stenhouse Avenue, Brooklyn Price: $495,000-$540,000 Private sale Agent: Sweeney Estate Agents Altona, 9398 3799

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gardens. The north-facing backyard has a large pergola with sandpit and ample room for the kids to run around. Princes Highway, parks and primary and secondary schools are nearby.

MARIBYRNONG, 3 Primary Place

BRAYBROOK, 20 Rochester Street For Sale Price Call Agent Inspect By Appointment Mel 28 A8

INVITING MARIBYRNONG LIVING

QUIET LOCATION – ACCESS TO ALL. This welcoming 3 bedroom home offers comfortable support for your family. •Large lounge room w/open plan kitchen adjoining meals area. •Live comfortably in the sizable bedrooms, and ample allotment. •Offering gas heating for winter, and 4 split system A/C’s for summer in each room. •Very favourable and sought after location of Braybrook. Call now or regret it later!

FOR PEOPLE STARTING OR INVESTMENT! -Brick veneer house comprising 3 bedrooms, 1 with BIR’s. -Polish timber floor, good size living room, kitchen use gas. -Features: air conditioner, roller shutter security. -Garden fixed, double garage, large pergola. -Position: close to schools, bus, easy access to Western Ring Road

For Sale Price $340,000 Inspect By Appointment Mel 40 D5

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Impressive 2 story residence in an elevated, quiet cul-de-sac. 4 bdrms, master with ensuite, 3 on the ground floor. Bathroom with spa, powder room. Paved rear yard. Upstairs a large living space, incorporating the lounge, opens to a balcony with views, kitchen & the dining area. Heating & cooling. Perfectly positioned to highpoint shopping. Transport & picturesque Maribyrnong river.

SUNSHINE WEST, 20 Roberts Crescent For Sale Price Call Agent! Inspect Saturday 10:30-11:00am Mel 41 C2

BRAYBROOK, 2 Wirraway Ave

SUNSHINE NORTH, 20 (lot 122) Rice Flower road Set among quality homes with 16meters front and wider at the rear. Total of 520sqm good Feng Shui block to build your dream home. Call now for further information.

For Sale Price $270,000-$280,000 Inspect By Appointment Mel 27 B6

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GENEROUSLY LARGE 2 STORY RESIDENCE

Be impressed with the accommodation offered •6 bedrooms (BIR’s) 2 with ensuite, 1 with spa, and study•Open plan living incorporating dining and timber kitchen opens to a large covered timber deck•Another deck to the side for intimate occasions and second living area upstairs•Timber flooring throughout, ducted heated, air conditioning and 2 car garage.

SUNSHINE, 6 Service Street For Sale Price $600,000-$640,000 Inspect By Appointment Mel 41 C2

BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME (AND SAVE ON STAMP DUTY)

• Absolute central location, a position for life. • Very short distance to Sunshine shopping , transport networks and all associated services . • Cleared, flat and rectangular block of land with Northern aspect at rear. • A rare change to build your

For Sale Price $320,000-$340,000 Inspect By Appointment Mel 26 J12 [ALT]


West Footscray 11 Hartley Avenue

Yarraville 88-94 Stephen Street

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• Deceased Estate - Ideal for cosmetic makeover • Recapture the essence of this Cal. Bungalow • Bay windows, architraves & skirtings • Family kitchen with dishwasher, 4 bedrooms • Renovate, re - build or extend (S.T.C.A.)

• Windman at Yarraville. Short stroll to the village • Unique development houses and apartments • Choice of 2 brm living. Blend of old and new • Private open spaces plus secure car space • Check out www.windman.com.au

Auction Saturday 16th March at 12:30pm ESR $POA Inspect Saturday 2nd March 12:30pm to 1:00pm Catherine McLeod 0412 352 338 Footscray 9689 6011 169 Barkly Street

Private Sale ESR $POA Inspect by appointment or as advertised Philip Mazzella 0418 360 789 Footscray 9689 6011 169 Barkly Street

Williamstown 1/81 Melbourne Road

Maribyrnong 125 Raleigh Road

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• Terrific ground floor apartment in beaut locale • Walk to the attractions this great suburb offers • Suit investor with tenant in place or great starter • Well maintained throughout just waiting for you

• Boutique development, cosmopolitan lifestyle • Minutes from Maribyrnong River and Highpoint • Modern and contemporary apartment complex offers a choice of 1 & 2 BR apartments, spacious in design and sophisticated in décor

Private Sale ESR Reduced to $355,000 Inspect Sat 2nd March 10:15am to 10:45am Catherine McLeod 0412 352 338 Footscray 9689 6011 169 Barkly Street

Private Sale ESR from $349,000 Inspect by appointment John Verduci 0411 660 844 Footscray 9689 6011 169 Barkly Street

Footscray 196 Barkly Steet, Outstanding opportunity to utilise substantial site in heart of Footscray’s Retail Centre. Properties of this nature are rare as it offers potential combinations of retail, o ffi c e sa n dre s id e n tia l re -d e v e lo p m e n t(S T C A )inF o o ts c ra y ’se x p a n d in gre ta il p re c in c t.C u rre n tlyo ns iteise x te n s iv e lyre fu rb is h e da d m in is tra tio nc e n trew ith av a rie tyo fo ffi c e s ,w o rks ta tio n s ,s ta fffa c ilitie s ,la rg eb o a rd ro o m a n dre c e p tio n to g e th e rw ithe n o rm o u sla rg eg a ra g ew ithe a s ya c c e s sfro m B la c k s to nS tre e t. P ro p e rtyb e in gs o lda so w n e rsa rere lo c a tin gtola rg e rp re m is e s .

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Details from Auctioneers in Conjunction Thomson Inc Frank Trimboli Real Estate 169 Barkly Street John Verduci 0411 660 844 Frank Trimboli 0412 325 952 Burnham Real Estate 273 Barkly Street, Footscray 9687 1344 Tony Gerace 0411 121 701 Warwick Burnham 0412 318 998

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Barlow McEwan Tribe ALTONA

59 Maidstone Street Renovate or Redevelop!

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15 Davies Street Perfectly Positioned!

This homely two bedroom cottage is set on a block of approximately 700m2 15.2m x 45.7m & is superbly positioned between zone 1 train/Harrington Square shopping & the beach. Renovate or extend the current residence or demolish & build your home or develop (STCA). Huge west facing rear yard & a short stroll to shops, schools, beach and minutes to freeway access to CBD. Auciton: Inspect: Contact:

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Only one block from the beach and two blocks from Pier Street is this wonderful family home, immaculate throughout and externally well cared for, boasting many comfort features such as ducted heating and cooling your inspection is highly recommended. With this allotment of over 700m future development possibilities cannot be ignored.

Saturday 2 March @ 1.00pm 12.30-1pm Peter Weaver 0430 808 240 Anthony Molinia 0418 304 894 Scott Murdoch 0419 380 100

2/40 David Street Comfort & Convenience!

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Saturday, 16 March @ 12:00 PM Contact Agent Scott Murdoch 0419 380 100 Anthony Molinia 0418 304 894 Peter Weaver 0430 808 240

45 Bayview Street Renovate or Redevelop

This Californian Bungalow exuding period charm provides the perfect opportunity to move in & enjoy a fantastic lifestyle. A beautiful period facade sets the tone for an interior offering two huge bedrooms (main with built in robes), lounge room with bay window, formal dining with open fire place and recently renovated kitchen. Land measures 292m2 approx

This existing home offers three bedrooms and comfortable living. However from this wonderful location you may wish to explore other options. Renovate or extend the current home, remove and rebuild or redevelop. Whatever you choose you will be well rewarded in this fine location. From this 766 m (approx) block a short walk takes you to all services and facilities.

Auction: Inspect: Contact:

Forthcoming Auction: Inspect: Saturday 1.15-1.45pm Contact: Scott Murdoch 0419 380 100 Peter Weaver 0430 808 240 Anthony Molinia 0418 304 894

16th March @ 1.00 PM Saturday 12-12.30pm Anthony Molinia 0418 304 894 Peter Weaver 0430 808 240 Scott Murdoch 0419 380 100

2B Garden Grove Lifestyle choice with a touch of class

This beautifully appointed home will certainly impress you upon inspection and is situated only meters away from Altona Beach. Less than 12 months old, the home comprises 3 bedrooms with en suite, study, 2 more magnificent bathrooms and exquisite kitchen. The upstairs living area is all an open plan design and with the large balcony overlooking the water. For Sale: Inspect: Contact:

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Wonderful opportunity to secure this highly desirable location.Perfectly positioned to all facilities and services is this three bedroom home. This affordably priced property enables you to stamp your own personal style on the existing property or consider further renovation and extension. Alternatively consider the possibility of removal and rebuild or redevelop.

Saturday 10-10.30am Scott Murdoch 0419 380 100 Peter Weaver 0430 808 240 Anthony Molinia 0418 304 894

1/67 Queen Street Californian Charm

Saturday 9th March @ 2:00 PM Saturday 1-1.30pm Scott Murdoch 0419 380 100 Anthony Molinia 0418 380 031 Peter Weaver 0430 808 240

17 Chifley Avenue Perfectly Positioned & Priced to Sell!

Nestled in the heart of town is this contemporary townhouse. Boasting popular open plan living and three bedrooms this home will suit the discerning buyer. The appeal of this home is enhanced by the abundance of natural light and many comfort features such as air-conditioning and ducted heating. Externally the property features paved sunny north facing courtyard and double remote garage. For Sale: Inspect: Contact:

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Saturday 12.45-1.15pm Anthony Molinia 0418 304 894 Peter Weaver 0430 808 240 Scott Murdoch 0419 380 100

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2/14 Webb Street 14 Fisher Court 15 Bell Avenue 44 Bell Avenue 2/212 Queen Street 3/1 Rose Street 26 Kearney Street 2/24 Noordenne Ave 3/115 Blyth Street 42 Queen Street 2/233 Esplanade 4/239 Esplanade 99 Blyth Street 14 Chifley Ave 255 Queen Street

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$440-$470,000 Saturday 10.15-10.45am $520-$560,000 Saturday 11-11.30am $559,000 Saturday 11.30-12pm POA Saturday 11.45-12.15pm $490-$540,000 Contact Agent $590-$620,000 Saturday 1.30-2pm $450-$490,000 Saturday 1.15-1.45pm $370-$390,000 Saturday 9.30-10am $300-$320,000 Saturday 11.15-11.45am POA Contact Agent $420-$450,000 Contact Agent $390-$420,000 Contact Agent $750-$780,000 Contact Agent $580-$620,000 Contact Agent $880-$920,000 Contact Agent

ALTONA MEADOWS 2/28 Langhorne Street 384 Queen Street 315 Victoria Street 319 Victoria Street 14 Polly Woodside Drive

$300-$320,000 $340-$370,000 $400-440,000 $430,000 POA

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10 William McPherson Crescent Saturday 2-2.30pm Sanctuary Lakes 7 Robson Street $550-$600,000

$370-$390,000

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Save on energy bills ith stamp duty savings and no owner’s corporation fees, these townhouses have plenty to offer. Each one has a six-star energy-efficient rating. Fully insulated, they have double-glazed windows, ducted heating, evaporative cooling and a security system. The townhouses each have two bedrooms and bathrooms, multiple living areas and kitchens with stainless-steel appliances and stone benchtops. A decked entertainment area and off-street parking are out back. Seddon and Yarraville villages are close by.

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• Consists of double bed, mattress, electric wall heating unit, LCD TV. • Microwave, fridge, tables, chairs. Communal laundry facilities.

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ovingly renovated, this classic Edwardian has plenty for a modern couple or family. Behind its period-style facade are three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, a renovated bathroom, contemporary kitchen with Blanco stainless-steel appliances, and a north-facing living-dining space that leads through bi-fold doors to a decked entertainment area. The house has been rewired and replumbed. Parking can be accessed from Leander Street. West Footscray railway station is in walking distance.

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2a-2b William Street, Seddon Price: Contact agent Forthcoming auction Agent: Biggin and Scott Yarraville, 9687 8899

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FULLY FURNISHED STUDENT APARTMENT Located in the most convenient location of Footscray. Close to VU. All amenities at your doorstep. All items are included as per inspection except bedding linens & pillows.

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Footscray 224/133 Droop Street

Auction Saturday 23 March 2013 1:00pm View This Sat 10:30am-11:00am ljhooker.com.au/2XHCT Contact John Thomas 0403 282 817 James Kitsiou 0412 430 570 LJ Hooker Footscray 9689 7774 161 Barkly Street, Footscray

Footscray 223/133 Droop Street

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38 Essex Street, West Footscray Auction: Saturday, March 23, at 11.30am Price: $580,000-$630,000 Agent: Jas Stephens, 9316 9000

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FULLY FURNISHED STUDENT APARTMENT Close to Victoria University. All amenities at your doorstep. All items are included as per inspection except bedding lines & pillows. • Consists of double bed, mattress, electric wall heating unit. • Celestial LCD TV, microwave, fridge, vacuum cleaner, tables & chairs • Communal laundry facilities.

Auction Saturday 23 March 2013 12:30pm View This Saturday 10:30am-11:00am ljhooker.com.au/2VHCT Contact John Thomas 0403 282 817 James Kitsiou 0412 430 570 LJ Hooker Footscray 9689 7774 161 Barkly Street, Footscray

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

9/657 BARKLY STREET

YARRAVILLE

75 BELLAIRS AVENUE

FOOTSCRAY

59 NICHOLSON STREET

IDEAL OPPORTUNITY - TAKE A LOOK!

RESTORATION REQUIRED – LAND 815M2

FOOTSCRAY CBD - RESIDENTIAL OR BUSINESS (STCA)

Here is an excellent place to start if you are looking for your first home or an investment property. This tidy and spacious 1 bedroom apartment includes a kitchenette, bathroom and off street parking. Well located, you will find public transport at your doorstep and all shopping conveniences close by. Inspection is a must!

Currently on site is an out of repair classic Victorian residence comprising Entrance Foyer, Large Formal Lounge, 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen plus Open Fire Places and Leadlight Windows. Land: 18.19/18.45m x 42.99/47.03m.Ideally situated within walking distance to the café’s, lifestyle and transport facilities of both Yarraville Village and Seddon Village. Under Instructions From State Trustees.

This is a fabulous opportunity to secure a home ripe with endless possibilities in the heart of Footscray CBD. The opportunity to restore, redevelop or utilise for business use (STCA) offers endless possibilities that will surely enjoy a bright future. The home comprises of 4 main rooms plus the added feature of rear ROW car access.

Auction Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

Auction Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

Saturday, 2nd March 2013 at 11am 10.30 - 11.00am $190,000 to $200,000 41 K4

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196 BARKLY STREET

Saturday, 2nd March 2013 2.30pm Sat 2.00 - 2.30pm 42 C4

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165 SUNSHINE RD

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Saturday, 2nd March 2013 at 1pm Sat 12.30 - 1.00pm $770,000-$820,000 42 B8

IDEAL FIRST HOME!

PRIME LOCATION – 2 STREET FRONTAGE

L – A – R – G – E - NEW APARTMENTS

This appealing weatherboard house located in a quiet street is looking to be made into a family home. It includes a comfortable lounge, 2 double bedrooms, central kitchen and meals area, spacious bathroom, a sunroom/study and a well sized backyard with garden shed. Plenty of potential to renovate and make it your own. Don’t wait - come and take a look today!

Outstanding opportunity to utilise substantial site in heart of Footscray’s Retail Centre. Properties of this nature are rare as it offers potential combinations of retail, offices and residential redevelopment (STCA) in Footscray’s expanding retail precinct. Land Size: 9.91/10.82m x 52.27m approx 532m2 Administration Area: 520m2 approx.

10 Brand new 1 & 2 bedroom apartments are now available off the plan in one of Melbourne’s biggest up and coming property locations only 9 km from the CBD. All the latest design trends have been combined with the finest finishes, fixtures and appliances to provide a dynamic that is second to none.Each apartment is impeccably designed.Buy now and save $$$$$ on stamp duty.

Auction Inspect: Price: Mel Ref:

Auction Wednesday 6th March at 2:30pm Inspect: Thursday 3.00 -3.30pm Full details from Auctioneers in Conjunction Thomson Inc Frank Trimboli Real Estate 9689 6011 Burnham Real Estate 9687 1344

Private Sale Inspect: Plans available at office From $210,000 Price: Mel Ref: 41 E4

Saturday, 23rd March 2013 2.00pm Sat 11.45 - 12.15pm $420,000-$440,000 41 K3

V I S I T W W W. B U R N H A M . C O M . A U TO V I E W O U R E X T E N S I V E R A N G E O F H O M E S F O R S A L E Warwick Burnham Commercial Director 0412 318 998

Tony Gerace Sales Director 0411 121 701

Sales Administration 9689 9000

Anna Tedesco Accounts 9687 1344

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Avril Hunt Property Manager 0412 596 410

Jacqui McMaster Property Managment Assistant 9687 1344

Barkly Street, Footscray 49273 Irving Street, Footscray footscray@burnham.com.au footscray@burnham.com.au 9687 1344

Amy Stojanovski Rental Assistant 9687 1344

Khuong Vein Property Consultant 0425 810 110

94 Charles Seddon 94 Charles Street,Street, Seddon seddon@burnham.com.au seddon@burnham.com.au 9689 9000

Sandra Cirillo Property Consultant 0405 164 399

Marina Dos Santos Assistant Rental Manager 0412 919 871

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Newport 47 Oakbank Street THE PERFECT START This block front Victorian cottage has a little grandness about it & is ready to be brought back to life. Tucked behind the privacy of its high fence, a charming home is waiting. Generous sized rooms with a wide hall leads to a formal lounge & separate open plan kitchen/meals. Loads of potential to renovate & extend (STCA) or comfortably live in as is. Situated on a deep block & only a stroll to The Strand Waterfront & all amenities. A wonderful opportunity & lifestyle awaits you.

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1 Saturday 23 March at 1.30 56 A5 Saturday 2 March - 12.15 - 12.45 Sunday 3 March - 11.30 - 12.00 $580 - $630,000 Michael Harvey 0425 737 672 michaelh@williamsre.com.au

Newport 18 Shellard Street PERFECT ENTRY LEVEL PROPERTY Low maintenance property located in a quiet street. Comprising of 3 bedrooms all with built-in robes. A central bathroom with a separate toilet. Large open kitchen & meals area with plenty of cupboard space, & lounge room. Out the sliding door from the kitchen/meals is a good-sized backyard with paving & grassed area. Single garage plus off-street parking in driveway. Great location close to Newport Lakes, The Circle shops, Altona Gate Shopping Centre, playgrounds & schools.

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Newport 40 Croker Street FIRST HOME BUYERS A great opportunity to quit the rental market & own your own home. Charming period features exist both inside & out, with high ceilings, original cornices & a brick fireplace. Very comfortable at present but with loads of potential to further improve. Side vehicle access to a generous rear yard with an undercover pergola & garden shed. Located in a leafy, tree-lined street & only minutes from all amenities. Don’t miss this one… Call now!

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Townhouse with street cred ith impressive kerb appeal, this new townhouse promotes a relaxed, modern lifestyle. There are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and three toilets. The sleek kitchen has Smeg stainlesssteel appliances, stone benchtops and a glass splashback. A spacious open-plan living area has floorboards and links to a large tiled outdoor entertainment area with views to the grassy backyard. Extras include zoned heating and airconditioning, and off-street parking for two cars in the stone aggregate driveway.

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harming period features make this Newport property an enticing prospect, and there’s plenty of scope to update at the new owner’s leisure. The house has three bedrooms, a bathroom, and a living room with high ornate ceiling, decorative cornices and a brick fireplace. The kitchen remains in original working order and its spacious dimensions make it a renovators’ delight. A side driveway leads to a backyard with a pergola and a garden shed. The property is minutes from amenities.

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2/53 Charlotte Street, Newport Price: Contact agent Auction: March 16 at noon Agent: Sweeney Estate Agents Williamstown, 9399 9111

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40 Croker Street, Newport Price: $510,000-$560,000 Auction: March 16 at 12.30pm Agent: Williams Real Estate Williamstown, 9397 2000

The ‘can do’ agents..... Altona 35 Purnell Street

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NEAT HOME WITH OUTDOOR LIVING ALL YEAR •U p d a te dk itc h e n /m e a lsa re ao p e n stoa lfre sc o . •3b e d ro o m sw ithc e ilin gfa n s.Tim b e rflo o rs. •N o rthfa c in glo u n g ew ithg a sfire . •D e c k e da lfre sc ow ithk itc h e n e tte&c o o n a ra . •N e a tb a c k y a rdw itha c c e sstop a rk&p la y g ro u n d .

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$680,000-$710,000 Sat 12-12:30pm 54 Pier St, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025

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NEAT THREE BEDROOM HOME IN A QUIET COURT. •C h e f’sk itc h e n /m e a ls.Se p a ra tesu n n ylo u n g e . •M strb e d ro o m e n su itew ithd b lesh o w e r&v a n ity . •D u c te dh e a tin ga n dsp litsy ste m c o o lin g . •La rg ep a v e dc o u rty a rd ,D LU G ,e x trap a rk in g ,sh e d . •C lo setoP rim a rySc h o o l,w a lk in gtra c k&w e tla n d s.

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$330,000-$350,000 Sat 2-2:30pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Aaron Ellis 0425 850 603

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$390,000-$415,500 Sat 11-11:30am 54 Pier St, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025

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$480,000-$520,000 Sat 1-1:30pm 54 Pier St, Altona. 9 3 9 83 7 9 9 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025

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LANDLORDS! We need more properties For Lease URGENTLY! The rental team at YPA Altona has just had one of the busiest months on record, leasing almost one property a day. We have very few quality properties for lease and many qualified and pre-approved tenants waiting for properties. If you have one or more properties to lease and are looking for the services of a professional and proactive Property Management team, then call us today to find out how we can help You.

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P. Di Natale

Auction

ALBION

39 HUTCHINSON STREET

SATURDAY 9TH MARCH AT 12.30PM INSPECT Saturday 1.00-1.30pm

FOR SALE

BROOKLYN

535 GEELONG ROAD

INSPECT By Appointment

RARE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY - EXECUTOR’S ESTATE

(STOP) RARE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING

Do not miss out on this unique opportunity! This three bedroom rendered home offering huge potential is located in a prime location, land just under quarter of an acre. Spacious kitchen/meals area with separate lounge, modern bathroom, 4 toilets, air conditioners. Also self-contained granny flat. Close to all amenities Sunshine has to offer, potential future developent (STCA).

FOR SALE

www.dinatale.com.au

Two street frontage (Geelong Road and Francis Street), high exposure, great opportunity for your dream super investment. What a great opportunity to begin, or expand your business property portfolio. Conveniently located close to the M1 Freeway, only minutes drive to the Western Ring Road and City. Building areas approx. 5000 m2, annual rental income of $494,000 with huge potential to increase.

WERRIBEE

2-14 STATION PLACE

INSPECT By Appointment

AN OPPORTUNITY NOT TO BE MISSED

Shopping arcade on Station Place all the entrance of the Werribee railway statin to be sold individually. Shopping arcade consist of 27 titles, 16 tenants. The decision is entirely yours. If you require further information please contact the agents.

FOR SALE

FOOTSCRAY

703/250 BARKLY STREET

For Sale

FOOTSCRAY

2/28 COMMERCIAL ROAD

INSPECT Saturday 11.00-11.30am

INSPECT Saturday 12.00-12.30pm

EVERYTHING AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

This custom designed two bedroom apartment only walking distance to Footscray Station and only 10 minutes drive to the CBD. This apartment offers split system heating and cooling, a modern kitchen including stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, oven and range hood. Modern bathroom and European style laundry. The best features are the security and the other services provided such as secure entrance. One secure carpark and full use of pool, gym and rooftop common area. Currently rented out at $400 per week.

IT’S HARD TO RESIST

That's what you will be thinking if you're looking for a Villa unit to live or invest in. Comprises of 2 lovely bedrooms lounge area, separate toilet and bathroom, shower recess, lock up garage and rear private courtyard. Located in a wonderful tree lined street and only a short walk to Footscray Shopping Centre, local schools, public transport and many other facilities. Buyers must inspect this lovely unit to appreciate it.

Frank Forti Mob: 0419 321 816 John Librizzi AH: 9689 3713 Carmelo Caputa Mob: 0414 293 389

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4/117 Anderson Road Sunshine/Albion

5 Hayden Crescent Sunshine/Albion

10/437 Ballarat Road Sunshine

15 Leith Avenue Sunshine

Spacious Ground Floor Apartment!

Affordable Dream!

It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This

Huge 728m2 Allotment

• 1 bedroom with BIR • Comfortable lounge room • Neat kitchen/meals area • Bright central bathroom • Laundry facilities • Car space • Low maintenance living

• 2 Large bedrooms, both with BIRs • Comfortable lounge room with air conditioner • Neat kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright quality bathroom • Land size approx. 465m2

• 2 large sized bedrooms with BIRs • Spacious lounge room with balcony • Separate kitchen with meals area • Big central bathroom • Allocated car space

• Currently an existing home in need of major repairs • Large 4 car steel garage • Land size – 15.24m x 47.61m approx. • Development opportunity, keeping the existing front home (STCA)

For Sale Inspect Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 G12

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 F11

For Sale Inspect Saturday 11.30 - 12.00pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 26 H10

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 40 H2

1/56 Sandford Avenue Sunshine North

2/56 Sandford Avenue Sunshine North

28 Barwon Avenue Sunshine North

11 Mansfield Avenue Sunshine North

Renovated To Perfection

No Need To Dream About Comfort!

Ready For Renovation/Redevelopments!

Big, Bold, Bright And Beautiful

• 2 large sized bedrooms, one with WIR the other with BIRs • Spacious living area • Updated kitchen adjoining meals area • Modern central bathroom • Single carport • Situated within easy access to the Western Ring Road

• 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIRs • Master with full ensuite & WIR • Spacious lounge room, adjoining kitchen/meals area • Brilliant bathroom with toilet • Single garage with remote roller door • Concrete paving & pergola

• 3 large bedrooms • Comfortable lounge room • Kitchen with meals area • Sunroom • Central bathroom • Single garage

• 3 bedrooms • Comfortable lounge room • Kitchen with dining area • Sun room • 1 bedroom self-contained unit • Single garage • Land size approx. 696m2 • Development opportunity (STCA)

For Sale Inspect Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 26 G7

For Sale Inspect Saturday 10.45 - 11.15am Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 G7

For Sale Inspect Saturday 3.15 - 3.45pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 26 G8

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 26 G7

50 Sussex Street Sunshine North

5 Theresa Street Sunshine North

16 Riverbend Way Sunshine North

117 The Avenue Sunshine West

Renovated Beauty/Large Allotment

Presentation Plus!

Mortgagee Sale

Huge Vacant Land!

• 3 comfortable bedrooms • Spacious lounge room with air conditioner and gas heater • Appealing kitchen adjoining meals area • Bright updated bathroom • Land size approx. 628m2 • Development potential (STCA)

• 3 sized bedrooms all with MBIRs • Sun-filled lounge room • Updated vinyl wrap kitchen • Separate dining area • Bright central bathroom • Double carport with remote door • Land size approx. 593m2

• 4 bedrooms, all with BIRs • Lounge room • 2 stunning 2 pak kitchens • Open plan kitchen, meals and family area • Downstairs rumpus room • 3 bathrooms • Double garage

• Amazing opportunity to purchase this rarely found vacant land • Wide frontage 19.43m approx • Large allotment 784m2 approx • Build your dream home (STCA) • Situated in ‘The Avenue’ estate

For Sale Inspect Saturday 10.45 -11.15am Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 27 A9

For Sale Inspect Saturday 11.30 - 12.00pm Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 26 H7

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 27 B6

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent David Falcone 0413 116 717 Map Ref 40 A4

1/20 Kosky Street Sunshine West

9 Hall Street Sunshine West

3 Binya Court Sunshine West

15 Beech Court Sunshine West

A Warm Welcome Inside And Out

Position With Potential – Size Matters!

First Home Buyers/Investors

Comfort, Style And Convenience

• 3 Spacious bedroom with BIRs • Comfortable lounge room • Upgraded kitchen and very large meals area • Central bathroom • Single garage and garden shed

• 3 large bedrooms all with BIR’s • Large sun-filled lounge room • Upgraded kitchen with meals area • Central bathroom and 2 toilets • Single garage and garden shed • Development potential (STCA)

• 3 good sized bedrooms, 2 with BIRs • Large lounge room • Formal dinning • Spacious kitchen with meals area • Central bathroom • Rental income $16,640 per annum • Large garage

• 3 or 4 bedrooms with BIRs • Comfortable lounge room • Upgraded kitchen with open plan meals area • Large rumpus room/family room • Brilliant central bathroom with spa • 2 toilets • Large garage & garden shed

For Sale Inspect Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 F1

For Sale Inspect By Appointment Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 A2

For Sale Inspect Saturday 1.45 - 2.15pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 B3

For Sale Inspect Saturday 3.15 - 3.45pm Agent Fred (Fatih) Fanoscu 0419 384 097 Map Ref 40 F3

9311 7022

273 Hampshire Road Sunshine

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WILLIAMSTOWN 179 Melbourne Road. Sat 2nd March, 8am-2pm. Books, furn, plants, clothes and collectibles. Car boot sellers, $10 stall. ☎ 9391 1109.

Experienced English Teacher. Essential tuition, specific for essays, text response, context, language analysis, oral presentation. Also classes for full practice exams. Every year serious students gain entry to medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and law. Call 9315 7597

Good at pain syndrome and weight lost etc. Call 9318 3682 or 043 221 1357. 451 Gordon St. Maribyrnong 3032

AMAZING THAI MASSAGE

WYNDHAM VALE 40 East Gateway, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March, 9am-4pm. Something for everyone.

FA L C O N R E L A X A T I O N Remedial, sports, massage. Kings Park area. Phone 9366 1243, mobile 0432 084 715.

Full Body Massage

Lotus Massage Therapy ORIENTAL MASSAGE High quality service and low price. 47 Dickson Street, Sunshine. Call 9311 9994. 259 Ballarat Road, Footscray. Call 8307 0114.

MOVING SALE

Tired, Stressed or Run Down? Our Qualified Staff Can Help. Simply Ring to Make a Booking. 7 Days, 10am – 10pm 37 Flemington Rd North Melbourne

9328 5581

373 St Georges Rd Fitzroy North

MASSAGE 25 yrs experience. Relaxing and sports. Mature Aus. Sensational hands. Past clients welcome. Call: ✆ 0420 423 769.

YARRAVILLE 105 Somerville Road, Sunday 3rd March, 9am1pm. Left and right golf clubs with buggies, plants, bric-a-brac and collectables. Weather permitting.

Computer Services

MR COMPUTER MAN

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

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

Relaxation Massage 7 days, 10am to 8pm. 204 Barkley Street, Footscray. Phone 9689 0360.

BEST RATE Computer repairs. Upgrades, hardware, software, repairs. We come to you. Call Pete on 0405 366 189.

Massage Therapy ★ Brilliant ★

Full body deep tissue therapeutic massage. Great for aches & pains. Heaths Rd, Werribee. 10am-10pm, 7 days. ☎ 0439 556 546.

Asian Relaxation Massage Hoppers Crossing area. Open 7 days. 10am to 8pm. Ring 0413 873 923.

CAIRNLEA MASSAGE 10am-8pm 7days. Shop 2c, 100 Furlong road, Cairnlea. Phone 0425 414 418.

Markets

G’S IT Computer repair. A+ certified professional IT technician for all your computer problems. I come to you. All care taken. Contact Gerado Visperas 0433 655 193. QUALIFIED Computer Technician for all your computer problems, servicing, upgrades and repairs. Onsite professional services. ☎ 9974 3113 or 0418 138 930.

For Sale LOUNGE SUITE Near new, top condition, includes 3 seater, 2 seater and 1 single. $600ono. Ph: 0422 043 717 or 9314 7035.

ALTONA MEADOWS 25 Tatman Drive, Sat 2nd March, 9am-3pm. Engineering/woodworking tools and equipment, furniture and craft timbers, household / garden goods, collectibles.

HOPPERS CROSSING 85 Bindowan Drive, Sat 2nd & Sun 3rd March, 8am-2pm. Some antiques, bric-a-brac, tools and lots more.

A LT O N A / S E A H O L M E 2 2 Simmons Drive, Saturday 2nd March, 8am-2pm. Lots of household items etc... No early birds.

Shared Accomodation

HOPPERS CROSSING

ALTONA Lge house, cls to beach/ shops/station. Fully furn room w/ air cond. Must be employed, clean & quiet. $140pw incl expenses. Ph 0435 696 014 or 0466 342 846. nd

8 Myers Court, Saturday 2 March, 8.30am-3pm. Household items, jewellery, books and lots more. All must go.

MARIBYRNONG 11 River Street (off Gordon Street), Saturday 2nd March, 6am-3pm. Bargains from deceased estate. Household furn and bric-a-brac. Working oven, perfect crystal pieces and more.

MONSTER DECLUTTER SALE NEWPORT 22 Ford Street, Saturday 2nd March, 8.30am 2.00pm. Huge amount of good quality baby/toddler items and accessories, children toys and games, household goods, furniture, books, clothing & more.

MASSIVE MOVING SALE TARNEIT 37 Tiler Crescent, Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd March, 8am-3pm. Furn, craftware, larger size clothing for men and women, bric-a-brac & lots more.

8 Tamboritha Place, Saturday 2nd March, 9am-2pm. Household goods and a variety of items.

FOOTSCRAY 19 Bunbury Street. Double or single rooms, fully furn. Located centrally to all amenities. Call after 6pm. ✆ 9689 5673. FOOTSCRAY CENTRAL Room available. Fully furnished. Close to all facilities. Suit mature working person. Call 0417 324 178.

Antique Pedal Cars All conditions. I’ll come to you. Cash paid. Cori 0433 188 446.

BUYING PAINTINGS Buying paintings and old prints. Top price paid. Please call Petrit now on 0401 032 111.

★ OLD WARES ★

Antiques, furn, deceased estate, shed items, tools, memorabilia. ☎ Frank 0407 356 822.

To Let RESIDENTIAL

Newport Mirls St

$260pw

Neat 2 bed villa unit. Walking distance to station. Off street parking.

Altona North May St

$310pw

Compact 3 bed W/B home. Situated handy to shops & school.

POINT COOK Single furnished BR for rent in double storey home, close to all amenities. $175pw. Phone 0433 181 741.

Paproth Grv

POINT COOK Brand new house in Saltwater estate. Large single room $150pw inclusive lights and gas cooking. Please phone 0469 662 113. TARNEIT Fully furnished house to share, apart from your room. $150pw, shared bills + bond. Female applicants only. Refs required. Contact: 0421 194 618. WYNDHAM VALE Furnished or unfurnished. Air conditioning/ heating. 1BR $90pw, no bills. Phone 0404 269 461 after 3pm.

WERRIBEE 19 Collins Street, Sat 2nd March, 8am-12pm. Kid’s clothing /pumpkin patch, toys, frames, kid’s books, vases etc and quality country style furniture.

WYNDHAM VALE One bedroom available on 9th March. $150pw. No bills, internet avail. To share with two people. ☎ 0403 017 135.

$300pw

Compact 3 bed brick home. Modern kitchen, garage.

Spotswood Kernot St

$220pw

Freshly repainted 2 bed villa unit. Off street parking.

COMMERCIAL Williamstown

Douglas Pde $330pw + o/g Neat upstairs office. 3 rooms + reception.

Laverton Bladen St Second Hand & Salvage Yard Ph 0437 012 791

2B Somerleigh Road, Laverton North G5831246AA-dc27Feb

Wanted to Buy

Office Furniture Incl. Board Room Tables Filing Cabinets, Building Materials + More EFTPOS, MasterCard & Visa Welcome Sat 8am-2pm, other times by appointment.

$380pw + o/g

Compact 3 roomed office above Chemist shop. G5395166AA-dc12Dec

SALE

HIP N HAPPENING HOUND Mobile dog grooming. All breeds and grooming needs. Call Kristy: 0400 483 353.

HOPPERS CROSSING Furnished room in large shared home. $165pw. + bond, no bills. 9748 7890 or 0423 350 899.

For Sale

Dogs strictly prohibited at all markets. For further information call 03 5976 3266 or visit: www.craftmarkets.com.au

Professional dog walking, pet sitting service for inner west. Call Bruce 0402 262 875.

Garage Sales

Moving Sale HOPPERS CROSSING

YARRAVILLE 6 Castle Street, Saturday 2nd March, 8am-4pm. To o l s , h a n d y m a n i t e m s , collectables, household items, record players and records, CD’s, stereo, books and more.

HOPPERS CROSSING 6 Kawana Court, Saturday 2 nd March, 8am onwards, Lounge suite, kitchen table, coffee tables, triton, recliner and much more.

Garage Sales

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WYNDHAM VALE 28 and 39 Lollypop Drive, Saturday 2nd March, 8am-2pm. Two households. Household items, garden, camping and sporting items, clothing, books, toys and more. Everything must go no early birds.

9486 8887

Trading World

RELAXATION 219 Ascot Vale Rd, 3032. Phone: 9004 1477.

DOG WALKERS MELBOURNE

Liangyi TCM Clinic

75 Paisley Street, Footscray. Phone: 9689 6632. Open 7 days, 9:30am to 9pm

Health and Wellbeing

Pets and Pet Care

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CLASSIFIED DEADLINES

Education and Tuition

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Music VIOLIN/Viola/Cello. Experienced professional teacher. Private lessons available. All levels. Ph: 9395 2510 / 0416 285 365.

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Weekly Classifieds To Let

FOOTSCRAY 2BR unit, newly renovated, gas appliances, new kitchen & car space. 4/14 Eldridge Street. $270pw. Ph 0412 889 864.

KINGSVILLE Flat 4/69A Kingsville Street, Kingsville. 2BR ground floor flat, clean, gas heating, refs and bond reqd. Ph 0421 995 539.

MARIBYRNONG Owen Street. Excellent renovated 2BR apartment, close to highpoint, $300pw. Phone 0411 253 800.

To Let NEWPORT 2 bedroom house and 1 bedroom unit available. Close to all facilities, freshly painted, all in gas, air conditioned. Call 0412 691 168.

SEABROOK Modern 4BR BV home large WIR and ensuite BIR’s kit/meals/family area dishwasher sep lounge sitting room large rumpus study ducted heating dble garage $400pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000

ST ALBANS CENTRAL 2BR BV unit. BIRs, SLUG, heating/cooling, gas hot water, cook top. Security doors. $285pw + bond. Phone 0403 589 533.

TARNEIT mod 3BR BV ensuite, WIR BIR’s sep lounge ducted heating 3x Air-conditioners patio garage $280pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000 WERRIBEE Central 3BR BV BIR’s sep lounge sep meals sunroom garage $280pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000 WERRIBEE 2BR unit BIR’s kit/ meals/lounge evap cooling yard carport $220pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000 WERRIBEE modern 3BR BV BIR’s kit/meals separate lounge ducted heating air-conditioning yard garage $275pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000

WERRIBEE CENTRAL 2BR unit BIR’s kit/meals/lounge split system yard carport walk to shops/ transport $210pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000

KINGSVILLE, 1/35 New Street

www.elderswerribee.com.au

WERRIBEE (Central) Ultra Modern 3BR WIR BIR’s ensuite kit/ meals adjoining lounge ducted heating air-conditioner remote garage $310pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000

TARNEIT (03) 9748 8222 www.elderstarneit.com.au

HOUSES

Rhus Court, Werribee

$270pw

Wilmington Avenue, Hoppers Crossing $395pw Sier Avenue, Hoppers Crossing

WERRIBEE Spacious 2BR home kit/meals sep lounge sunroom ducted heating garage $250pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000 - 0417 206 207

9398 3888 Altona Office 9391 1888 Newport Office

WEST FOOTSCRAY, 5/707 Barkly Street

WERRIBEE (03) 9741 9666 Real Estate

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BROOKLYN 3BR, kitch, dinning, very close to everything, everything new. No pets, bond and refs req. $320pw. Ph 9367 6724

Penny Crescent, Hoppers Crossing

$390pw Kookaburra Avenue, Werribee

Shaws Road, Werribee

$355pw

$270pw $260pw

UNITS/TOWNHOUSES

Balcombe Drive, Wyndham Vale

$330pw

Prominence Boulevard, Tarneit

$320pw

Larson Avenue, Tarneit

$300pw

Thornbill Drive, Werribee

$280pw

Provan Drive, Wyndham Vale

$300pw Deutgam Street, Werribee

$250pw

Babele Road, Tarneit

$290pw Nepean Court, Wyndham Vale

$245pw

Morris Road, Hoppers Crossing

$290pw

Perez Court, Werribee

$280pw

Wilga Avenue, Altona

$450pw

Silvereye Crescent, Werribee

$245pw

Princes Highway, Werribee

$240pw

Oriole Drive, Werribee

$280pw

Provan Drive, Wyndham Vale

$300pw Greens Road, Wyndham Vale

$240pw

Woburn Crescent, Wyndham Vale

$275pw Manly Street, Werribee

$235pw

Professional Property Management

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SUNSHINE CENTRAL

WEST FOOTSCRAY, 3/120 Suffolk Street

Factory For Lease Cherry Lane, Laverton North. 180sqm. 2 offices, lunchroom and mezzanine floor. Phone Leon 0417 379 699.

Phone 0405 515 355

Commercial and Industrial Properties FACTORY - BROOKLYN 410 sq.mtrs, 3 phase power, including all out goings, 7/640 Geelong rd, $807.70pw or $3,500 per month GST incl. Phone: 0417 777 201

2012 PROPERTY MANAGEMENT TEAM OF THE YEAR

ALTONA EAST, 3/22 The Broadway

Commercial and Industrial Properties

WILLIAMS LANDING Ultra mod 4BR BV ensuite WIR BIR’s large kit/meals butler’s pantry family/ rumpus ducted heating double garage $360pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000

To Let

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ONE BEDROOM FLAT/UNIT/APARTMENTS FOOTSCRAY 2/5 Govan Court WEST FOOTSCRAY 9/21 Hampton Parade SOUTH KINGSVILLE 1/35 New Street WEST FOOTSCRAY 5/707 Barkly Street YARRAVILLE 7/18 Tongue Street YARRAVILLE, 7/64 Stephen Street

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$270.00 $215.00 $200.00 $270.00 $260.00 $235.00

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$340.00 $280.00 $210.00 $330.00 $370.00 $300.00 $310.00 $290.00

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$415.00 $450.00

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$390.00 $390.00 $480.00 $370.00

Now Now Now Now Now 26/02/2013 01/03/2013 11/03/2013

$600.00 $310.00 $310.00 $420.00 $400.00 $510.00 $410.00 $390.00

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$400.00 $360.00 $380.00 $500.00 $420.00 $350.00 $650.00 $350.00 $440.00 $550.00

09/05/2013

$680.00

TWO BEDROOM FLAT/UNIT/APARTMENTS

QUIET & SMALL BLOCK

CENTRAL LOCATION

This spacious and clean one bedroom unit comprises of polished floorboards, good size kitchen with electric facilities, bathroom with laundry facilities. Also offer off-street parking and close to shops.

Now

$190.00

WEST FOOTSCRAY, 2/98 Summerhill Road

MODERN VILLA UNIT CLOSE TO

Recently renovated inside and out. Enhanced by abundant natural light and brilliantly positioned on perennially popular Barkly Street, where the cafe culture and boutique shopping just gets better all the time. Generous living and stylish modern kitchen/dining areas featuring stainless steel appliances lead to an inviting bedroom with built-in robes and large, stylishly appointed ensuite. Off street parking too!

15/03/2013

$270.00

YARRAVILLE, 9 Gladstone Street

THE CIRCLE SHOPPING CENTRE Clean and spacious two bedroom villa unit features built in robes in both bedrooms, spacious kitchen with gas facilities and heating and open meals/ family area with air conditioning. This property also has lock up garage and paved rear yard.

Now

$340.00

WILLIAMSTOWN, 20 Crofton Drive

NO EXPENSE HAS BEEN SPARED A new 2 bedroom unit boasting the finest of fixtures and fittings includes built in robes in both bedrooms, huge open plan living area with split system heating and cooling overlooking beautiful low maintenance north facing courtyard and modern kitchen with stainless steel gas cooking appliances and dishwasher. Also offers bright and luxurious separate bathroom, wooden Venetian blinds, alarm system and single lock up garage with internal access. Ideally located to local parks, Central west shopping and public transport.

Now

$370.00

YARRAVILLE, 13 Canterbury Street

ALTONA EAST SPOTSWOOD SUNSHINE WEST FOOTSCRAY WEST FOOTSCRAY YARRAVILLE YARRAVILLE YARRAVILLE

3/22 The Broadway 3/43 Kernot Street 7/136 Wright Street 8/32 Argyle Street 3/120 Suffolk Street 5/117 Anderson Street 1/117 Anderson Street 6/20 Bayview Road

TWO BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES YARRAVILLE MAIDSTONE

3/163 Somerville Road 1/5 Alma Street

THREE BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES BRAYBROOK KINGSVILLE NEWPORT WEST FOOTSCRAY

2/11 Hanna Street 3/25 Kingsville Street 4/59-61 Elizabeth Street 7/695 Barkly Street

TWO BEDROOM HOUSES CARLTON NORTH MAIDSTONE MAIDSTONE WEST FOOTSCRAY WILLIAMSTOWN YARRAVILLE YARRAVILLE YARRAVILLE

36 Bowen Crescent 41 Fisher Street 33 Howard Street 2/98 Summerhill Road 20 College Street 13 Canterbury Street 80 Gamon Street 15 Loch Street

THREE BEDROOM HOUSES “GOVAN’S PLACE”

AMONGST THE VILLAGE LIFE!

ENJOY THE VIEW!!

CLEAN LINES, CUTTING EDGE

Signature period elegance and stylish modern elements are brilliantly matched throughout this Hawthorn Brick and Bluestone Victorian set in a highly convenient setting close to West Footscray Station and Barkly St Shopping strip. The luxury of 2 Living/ Dining domains with classically inviting feature open fire place, landscaped north facing courtyard, distinguishes a faultlessly presented floor-plan that also features a Caesar-stone Kitchen. 2 Bedrooms with new carpet, each with built in robes, powder room all located within a short stroll to all local amenities.

This ideal family home has been renovated to provide the ultimate in easy living & is only a short stroll from Yarraville shops & train station. The property offers 3 generous bedrooms with robes, gorgeous central bathroom & large kitchen with gas facilities, dishwasher & lots of cupboard space. Also features large open plan living with split system heating and cooling with large sliding doors opening to beautiful decked private low maintenance back yard. Please note the garage will not be accessible.

This stunning family home is located on the waterfront overlooking the fabulous Port Philip bay and adjacent parkland. This spacious home comprises of a large lounge room, separate dining room, open plan large kitchen with gas appliances & a second living area. Powder room located downstairs. Four bedrooms with built in robes, master bedroom with walk in robe and semi ensuite. Main bathroom upstairs. Double garage with rear access perfect for boats or caravans with further off street parking.

Enjoy new spaces in a location renowned for its long standing lifestyle appeal! This lightfilled contemporary home is loaded with fresh ideas & impressive features. Luxurious yet low-maintenance, its living & dining areas surround a generous, private courtyard & are complemented by a stone & stainless steel kitchen. Two upstairs bedrooms with built-in robes, share a fully-tiled bathroom as well as air-con, alarm, polished oak floors just to name a few features.

Now

Now

09/05/2013

26/02/2013

$420.00

$550.00

$680.00

104 Somerville Road Yarraville Ph 9316 9000 [ 48 ] WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE

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$495.00

FOOTSCRAY KINGSVILLE MARIBYRNONG NEWPORT WEST FOOTSCRAY WEST FOOTSCRAY WILLIAMSTOWN YARRAVILLE YARRAVILLE YARRAVILLE

22 Ann Street 409 Geelong Road 31 Hillside Crescent 39 Collingwood Road 13 Church Street 38 Sredna Street 53 Merrett Drive 10 Dickens Street 4 Regent Street 9 Gladstone Street

FOUR BEDROOM HOUSES WILLIAMSTOWN

20 Crofton Drive

PLEASE REFER TO INTERNET SITE FOR OPEN FOR INSPECTION TIMES

www.jasstephens.com.au

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Training and Career Services

DRIVERS - CONCRETE AGITATOR Hospitality

Situations Vacant

COOK

CHEF

Wanted for Hoppers Crossing area. Monday-Friday, no nights. Call Simon 0402 551 818.

Experience necessary, part time or full time. Raffaels Cafe. Please bring your resume down to: 177 Watton Street, Werribee.

7 Cook / Cafe Staff 7

Experienced Domestic Cleaners

Required for busy cafe. Catering experince peferred. Western suburbs. Phone: 0427 500 032.

Western suburbs - school hours. Must have experience, ABN, po lice clearance and own transport. Couples welcome to apply. Email resume to: ihpgroup@bigpond.com

Cook or Chef and Waitress Phone Martin 0401 055 881.

Professional Architect or Architectural Draft Person For local multi disciplined architectural office. Part time, flexible hours, must have auto cad experience. Please send resume to leonnard.l@bigpond.com

Resume Services ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A RÉSUMÉ WITH PROVEN RESULTS? “Guaranteed or your money back”

Call Bernadette: 0408 807 466

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Call Carolyn on Mob: 0431 304 296

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South West Child Care is seeking to fill the following positions: · Family Day Care Co-ordinator/ Field Workers for the Wyndham region · After-School Care Co-ordinator Diploma of Children’s services or equivalent essential for these positions. Enquiries or applications with full resumes should be forward to dbeer@swcc.org.au by COB Friday 8th March 2013.

✂ ✃ HAIRDRESSER ✄✁

Required. Full time position in established Werribee salon. Must be qualified with extensive exp. Must be confident in chemical servces, colour & perming techniques, cut & styling of female, male and childrens hair plus other salon duties. Waxing exp is beneficial. Must have Driver Licence. Call Mandy on 9731 0200.

Experienced HR Manager/Consultant able to assist with FREE résumé assessment and career advice, Cover Letter, Key Selection Criteria and Interview Coaching www.provenresumeresults.com.au

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Family Day Care Coordinator / Field Workers / After-School Care Co-ordinator /

Mobile Service

Self Employment Opportunities Rent Space Available

Central Pre-Mix Concrete Phone 9303 9112 Mon-Fri

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HR Driver HR Licenced Driver required for busy skip bin company. Must have road ranger gear-box experience. Send resume to: jarrod@datsskipbins.com.au

Panel Beater Experienced of apprentice panel beater required for immediate start, good wages and conditions. Call Ruwan 0401 418 375.

QUALIFIED HAIRSTYLIST Experienced Hairdresser required for Werribee salon. Call Amanda 9974 0928 or 0415 438 741.

WORK FROM home. Earn extra money, FT/PT, training provided. Larger incomes available. Logon to: www.cgioglobal.com

Sandwich Hand / Cook Two days a week. Must have experience. Reliable and fast working. Phone 0418 340 139 between 7am-3pm.

CLEANER Experienced sub contractor for regular domestic cleaning. Weekly and fortnightly. Will lead to more hours. Footscray and surrounding areas. Must be reliable, have ABN and equipment.

☎ 0431 877 596

Panel Beater Required Fully qualified. Werribee area. Wage negotiable.

SWIMMING INSTRUCTOR Please call: 9338 3092 or send resume to: Airport West Swimming Acadamy 20-22 Howes St, Airport West or email: airportwest2@optusnet.com.au

G5813359

WESTRANS BUS DRIVERS WANTED Earn in excess of $56,000 with 7 weeks leave (Annual & RDO) each year. Full Time Positions available in the Altona area that entail shift work. Medium Rigid Licence, Drivers Accreditation and Working with Children check required.

Ph 9742 3600

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DENTAL ASSISTANT Dental Assistant required for orthodontic practice in Footscray for Thursdays and Fridays. No previous orthodontic experience required. Free parking. Negotiable salary.

Please contact 9318 1099 or 5176 2476 G5829139

Dental Nurse Wanted for employment or if you would prefer lease a beauty room in a busy tanning/beauty salon at Brimbank Central shopping centre, Deer Park. Must have a bubbly personality and experience. Ph Oscar 0414 975 161 9am-5pm, Mon-Sat. G5819665

We are looking for an experienced and reliable persons to join our dental practice in Williamstown. Experience essential. Please forward resume to:

Part Time

☎ 9379-6577

www.fantasticnails.com.au G5253163

ALTONA Training Centre Details or Bookings AUSFORK PTY LTD PH: 9731 0456 www.ausfork.com.au

Work Wanted Male 50s Seeking Work 3 days per week around Hoppers Crossing and Werribee area. Fit, Honest and Reliable Phone 0413 836 600.

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PO Box 387, Williamstown, 3016.

previous applicants need not apply

Marketing Assistant / Customer Service Officer This is your opportunity to have the best of both worlds and show us that you can do two things at once. On one hand, you will utilize your exceptional interpersonal skills and your direct contact with customers, and on the other, let your creative flair shine through as you prepare all marketing collateral from email campaigns, flyers product catalogues, and updating company websites. Welling & Crossley P/L is based in Brooklyn and is a manufacturing and distribution company involved with generators, diesel engines and control systems. The company operates from modern premises and has a great team environment. If you are fun, vibrant, enthusiastic individual that can demonstrate. • A fantastic can-do nothing to challenging attitude • You know the ins and outs of the adobe creative suite • You can multi-task • An ability to communicate with customers via telephone and email. • Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications • Strong eye for detail • Strong organisational skills Then we want to hear from you.

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Required to work in a smash repair shop. Good wages to successful applicant. Westwood Accident Repair Centre.

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Training and Career Services

Jetset Training College Certificate IV Tourism Courses From $410

Send your resume to Tony Lafferty at tlafferty@wellcross.com.au or for more information about the role call Tony on 03 9316 9700.

TRAIN FOR A CAREER IN THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY Full and part time courses commencing April 2013

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Certificate III Childcare Educator Temporary Full Time to 28th February, 2014

www.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au

Courses in ★Nails ★Waxing ★Spray Tan Day/Evening Courses. Accredited Training. Government funded.

Professional training & accredited testing at

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Hobsons Bay Band 3 - $47,995 - $51,599 pro rata (+super) Enquiries: Elicia Napoli on 9932 2120. Applications addressing the key selection criteria close 5.00pm Friday 8th March, 2013. For a copy of the position description and further information please visit our website.

And also

EWP & SCISSOR LIFT TRAINING

and

Experienced Waxer/Beautician

QUALIFIED SPRAY PAINTER

To apply please phone the Manager on 9398 2712

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One on One Nail Beauty Training

FORKLIFT LF or LO LICENCE

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For Hairdresser with clients also Nail Techinian with pedicures. Seddon area. Phone 9687 6019.

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Reinventing the Commodore IT’S two years late, but the new VF Holden Commodore is finally on its way. Blame the GFC and the near bankruptcy of General Motors in 2008 for the hold-up; many GM plans were put on hold and the budget for the VF Commodore was severely slashed. Holden Commodore (and Ford Falcon) sales slowed dramatically as their styling became increasingly out of date, and the buyer surge towards SUVs in place of large cars didn’t help either. That may all be about to change. I’ve just stepped out of the top secret Holden design studios in Melbourne after an advance look at the new VF Commodore.

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Honda adds 2WD to CR-V range Derek Ogden and Ewan Kennedy road test the new-generation SUV onda CR-V, the fourth generation of the compact sport utility vehicle that 17 years ago helped define the soft-roader segment, now comes in two-wheel or four-wheel-drive variants. Prices start with the base model 2WD sixspeed manual VTi at just over $27,000, while the top 4WD VTi-L five-speed automatic rounds out the range at $42,000-plus. Previously we considered the Honda CR-V was overpriced for a plain ‘meat and three veg’ taste of compact SUV living. Thanks as much as anything to a crowded market, that is a thing of the past, with the latest CR-Vs dishing up tasty features at competitive prices. Over the space of 10 days we experienced a broad span of CR-V models, spending time with the entry-level 2WD in five-speed automatic guise and the top-dog 4WD VTI-L five-speed auto with steering wheel-mounted paddle shift. The designers and engineers have worked hard on Honda’s theme of ‘bigger on the inside, smaller on the outside’. At 22mm shorter and

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Hot Opels hit Australia German car maker is turning heads, writes Ewan Kennedy erman car maker Opel has only been in Australia since September 2012 and in its early days seems to be struggling to be noticed by local buyers. But the newest edition to the local Opel family is likely to change all that. OPC (Opel Performance Centre) is the Opel equivalent of our own HSV organisation — and Holden Special Vehicles is certainly one of the best-known automotive names in this country. Opel and Holden are, of course, both divisions

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of the giant General Motors organisation. The Opel OPC that’s undoubtedly going to make the biggest impression on Australian eyes is the Astra coupe. We spent several hours in it on a rainy Sydney during the drive program for the official media launch. There’s little doubt that we brightened up the day for many others caught in the same traffic jams. Eyes of drivers, passengers and pedestrians alike swivelled as the shapely German coupe met their gaze. Astra OPC is powered by a four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine developing 206kW of power and 400Nm of torque. There’s far more to this OPC than simply the brilliant body styling and drivetrain. It has brakes, suspension and seating to match. Heavy-duty track work at Sydney Motorsport Park showed the hot German coupe to have huge amounts of grip and to be simple to chuck around. Great fun. But wait, there’s more. OPC modifies a whole range of vehicles. Being imported to Australia in this first batch of hot Opels are a Corsa OPC. Finally comes the Opel Insignia OPC. The fas-

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Woodsmen’s turn to scamper BY LANCE JENKINSON ALL Spotswood wanted was a little ray of hope and now they have it in the Victorian Turf Cricket Association senior division. The Woodsmen can still survive if all goes to plan on the second day of their meeting with Greenvale at McLean Reserve. They’re not out of the woods by any stretch, but a score of 264 against the Vales is imposing, considering the visitors have struggled all summer, like themselves, to make runs. ‘‘There’s nothing like leaving it till the last minute,’’ Woodsmen coach Haydn Fletcher said of his side’s hot late-season batting form. ‘‘I guess it’s better late than never.’’ The other factor the Woodsmen have to consider is the result from third-last South Caulfield’s clash with top-of-the-ladder Old Mentonians. A South Caulfield victory would have both sides reaching for the calculators and could hinder the Woodsmen’s chances of moving out of the relegation zone. As it stood at stumps on day one, the Woodsmen appear to have their noses in front, but South Caulfield will get a chance to bat on Saturday, resuming on 0-21 in search of Old Mentonians modest 210. A win still might not suffice for South Caulfield in this intriguing relegation battle. Fletcher is hoping the Mentone club lives up to its top billing and does his side a favour. ‘‘I was hoping Old Mentonians might have put on more runs than that,’’ he said. ‘‘But they’re on top of the ladder for a reason, so hopefully they’ll bring something out for us [on the second day].’’ The Woodsmen have no control over proceedings at Princes Park. They did, however, do a good job of looking after their own backyard. They batted their full 80 overs for 8-264. Khalid Sawas, who has endured an inconsistent summer with the bat, led the way with a glorious 122. Matt Leddin, one of the heroes of the Woodsmen’s penultimate-round win over Bentleigh, carved out 79. ‘‘It’s not like we’ve done anything completely different to what we’ve done throughout the year,’’ Fletcher said. ‘‘The guys have just kept working hard. It’s been building. I’m just glad the last two weeks they’ve gone on and made some runs.’’ Fletcher is confident the Woodsmen will mount a successful defence. They will turn to the experience in the bowling department to complete the mission. ‘‘Obviously Dicko [captain Andrew Dickinson], John Ross and Ash Robertson are three very intelligent and good bowlers,’’ Fletcher said. ‘‘We’ve got a young bloke, Tom Johnstone, who made his debut just before Christmas and hasn’t looked back. ‘‘Then you’ve got guys like Andrew Butler and Matt Leddin, who’ve chipped in as well. ‘‘We’ve definitely got the bowlers to defend 260.’’

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Bulldogs’ happy hunting ground FOOTSCRAY Edgewater has played a role in shaping the Victorian Premier Cricket first XI finals with a massive 116-run win over Richmond at Central Reserve. The Bulldogs set up the game on day one by posting an imposing 9-342 declared. Arun Harinath, a first-class player with Surrey in England’s county cricket, made an exquisite 138 off 196 balls. The 25-year-old blasted 14 fours and occupied the crease for a patient 237 minutes. The key ingredient for the Bulldogs was their batting around Harinath with nearly all players contributing. The Bulldogs hardly put a foot wrong in defending their tally on a sticky day in the field, rolling the finals-hunting Tigers for just 226 in 58.4 overs. The Bulldogs, 17 points outside the top eight and out of finals contention, will host CaseySouth Melbourne in a two-day game at Merv Hughes Oval, starting Saturday.

Bright spot: Adam Contessa top-scored for Yarraville Club. Picture: Darren Howe

Clubbers face drubbing YARRAVILLE Club’s spot in the top two and the home final that comes with it is well and truly under threat in the Victorian Turf Cricket Association senior division. The Clubbers were on the end of a clubbing at the hands of Keilor on day one of the finalround encounter at Keilor Recreation Reserve. The four-time defending champions lost on the first innings inside a day. They were bowled out for a meagre 104, new recruit Adam Contessa top-scoring with 25. Keilor finished on 7-128 at stumps and has made it clear it will not be giving an outright gift to the Clubbers when play resumes on day two. ‘‘Our objective today was to have a say in the way the four is shaped,’’ Keilor coach Nigel Freebairn told the Weekly. ‘‘Now we want to finish off strongly next week.’’ The Clubbers cannot miss the finals but could drop as low as fourth if results do not go their way. In north division, Laverton took the day one honours over Altona North. The Magpies posted 211 on the back of a breathtaking 106 from James Baker, who hammered 15 fours and two sixes. North was in trouble on 5-48 at stumps. In north A1, Seddon, which sits one spot out of the top four, faces a massive run chase against premiership contenders West Coburg at Hanmer Reserve.

The Hawks were set 298 for victory and even if they are successful, it might not be enough with the third- and fourth-placed sides St Albans and Aberfeldie in strong positions overnight. — Lance Jenkinson Senior division: Spotswood 8-264 (K Sawas 122 M Leddin 79 C Darshana 3-96 T Moughanie 2-23 M Kent 2-40) v Greenvale; Keilor 7-123 (M Willmott 29 A Mato 28) v Yarraville Club 104 (A Contessa 25 M Willmott 5-37 J Hutchinson 2-37 D Schuppan 2-37) North division: Keilor Park 4-50 v Footscray United 100 (F Syed 39); Laverton 211 (J Baker 106 C Wells 26) v Altona North 5-48 (M O’Brien 3-13 C Wells 2-20); Williamstown CYMS 0-34 v Youlden Parkville 153 (AR Paulett 66 A Walshe 3-16 J Siriwardana 3-37 D Clemson 2-23) North A1: Seddon v West Coburg 297 (A Sandaruwan 4-72 T Kriebardis 3-39); Altona Roosters v St Albans 5-245 (SM Jones 108 R Jaeger 35 S Harman 32 A Peters 2-41 L Lewis 2-49) West B1: Barkly Street Uniting 4-114 (A Hoang 53no L Danaher 26 D Kilfoy 2-22) v Seabrook 113 (T Carr 30 D Williams 3-36 S Johnson 2-10 C Whittaker 2-11); Kingsville Baptists v Footscray ANA 8-286 (D Nightingale 100 SA Kukucka 58 N Lawriw 25 D Shanahan 3-81 RN Khwaja 2-44); St Andrews 9-260 (J Buttigieg 117 M Pipczak 40 J Buttigieg 32 R Hussain 4-48) v Avondale Heights

Firsts: Richmond 226 (DJ Sartori 84no AH Delmont 44 CR Weeks 31 WM Robinson 3-26 L Dredge 3-70) lt Footscray Edgewater 9-342dec (A Harinath 138 D Kight 38 H WinterIrving 35no D Russ 33 B Green 27 S Garrett 3-61 BD Torney 2-44) Seconds: Footscray Edgewater 349 (M Hill 138 M Gudde 63 S Hollins 44 J Watson 4-117 BJ Adams 3-49 Z Wilson 3-74) d Richmond 184 (C Perry 70 C Anderson 33 M Winter-Irving 4-29 AW McCammond 2-21 J Freeman 2-52) Thirds: Richmond 150 lt Footscray Edgewater 289 Fourths: Footscray Edgewater 245 lt Richmond 298

INBRIEF Cycling The red hot Dom Dudkiewicz has added the Max Campbell Memorial race to his list of Footscray Cycling Club victories this summer. Dudkiewicz overhauled Paul Anders in a sprint to the line to take out the A grade race with Shaun Gatter third. In B grade, Paul Kenny came from six bike lengths back on the last corner to beat Bob Shannon and Tim Robertson across the line.

Golf Stacey Keating is the toast of Victorian women’s golf. The 26-year-old from Sanctuary Lakes has taken out the 2013 Victorian Open at the 13th Beach golf course. Keating, a two-time European tour winner last year, shot rounds of 71, 68, 68 and 71 to card 278. She finished two shots ahead of England’s Hannah Burke and WA’s Kristie Smith. Sydneysider Matthew Giles won the men’s open.

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Colts unburdened by expectation BY LANCE JENKINSON UNDERESTIMATE the Williamstown Colts at your peril. The Colts have not been among the ‘big three’ during the regular season and finished fourth, 23 points behind third spot in fourth. But finals are a whole new ball game and the Colts have top dogs Williamstown Imperials in their sights in the Williamstown and District Cricket Association A1 semi-finals this weekend. ‘‘Talking to the guys after the game, we’ll be playing Willy Imps and we’re pretty confident,’’ Colts wicketkeeper Drew Lethbridge told the Weekly. ‘‘We’ve beaten them many times before, so we go in with a lot of confidence.’’ The Colts have endured an inconsistent summer, squeezing into the four in the last round with a

crushing victory over Newport-Digman Bulls. ‘‘It’s been tough,’’ Lethbridge said. ‘‘We had some players who were unavailable during the middle of the year and had a bad run. ‘‘We started off well, had a bad run in the middle and now we’re sort of running home.’’ The Colts’ undoubted strength lies in their bowling department. They managed to defend a meagre 144 against the Bulls and did it in style to have the hosts all out for just 53. Tarlok Sangha is the Colts’ headline act with 34 wickets at 8.9. Only Wyndhamvale quick Jake Styles has taken more wickets in the competition. Shahid Mansoor and Rikki Shukla are in the top 25 of wickets taken. ‘‘Our bowling is as good as any in the comp,’’ Lethbridge said. ‘‘If we can get into their [Imperials] top order, that’ll probably make or break us’’.

The Colts’ Achilles heel has been their low scores, which is surprising when you look at the competition’s leading run scorers and see Will Phillips (298 runs at 29), Hanni Harb (287 at 26) and Robbie Harb (285 at 23) sitting fifth, sixth and seventh. ‘‘We’ve got quite a deep batting line-up on paper,’’ he said. ‘‘Our top three batters have all scored just under 300 each for the season. ‘‘If we can get all three of those to get going with a bit of support then we will do well.’’ The Colts will enter the finals as the rank underdogs. There will be few, if any, outside the club tipping an upset. Inside the Colts, there is an air of belief. ‘‘We’ve been talking all season that we haven’t won an A turf flag, so we’re pretty keen,’’ Lethbridge said. ‘‘We are pretty sure we can beat anyone and in finals it’s all starting from even.’’

Slashing shot: Brandon Jones cuts for West Newport. Picture: Darren Howe

Lions hit their straps at the right moment WEST Newport launched a successful hit-and-run mission on the road against Wyndhamvale in Saturday’s last round of the Williamstown and District Cricket Association A1 turf. Not only did the Lions pull out a win at one of the toughest away venues in the top flight, they also claimed second spot and a home semi-final at the Falcons’ expense. The sides will meet again in this weekend’s two-day semi-final at Loft Reserve. The Lions posted 7-195 from their allotted 40 overs. Openers Aaron

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Floyd (34) and Brandon Jones (37) got the visitors off to a flyer and first drop Josh Eason-Jones (55) brought it home. The Lions defended their total stoutly, restricting the Falcons to 164 with brilliant spells of bowling from Peter Hick (3-48), Chris Irving (2-36) and Nathan Jones (2-41). The other semi-final between minor premiers Williamstown Imperials and Williamstown Colts is at Fearon Reserve. Meanwhile, the B1 turf finals will see the Williamstown Congs make the

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short trip to Greenwich Reserve to face minor premiers Williamstown Imperials, while Deer Park-Ardeer hosts St John’s at John McLeod Oval. — Lance Jenkinson A1 turf: Wyndhamvale 164 (A Ford 35 A Mundey 31 P Hick 3-48 CW Irving 2-36 N Jones 2-41) lt West Newport 7-195 (J Eason-Jones 55 B Jones 37 A Floyd 34 P Hick 26 RD Radford 3-35); Newport-Digman 53 (A Collins 29 T Sangha 4-12 H Harb 3-9 R Shukla 2-28) lt Williamstown Colts 144 (R Harb 62 M Darmanin 34 A Collins 5-23

M Mason 2-21); Melton South 156 (R Hilson 4-33 J Haines 2-31) lt Williamstown Imperials 2-161 (R Hinton 56no D Slattery 51); Grand United 9-159 (M Keating 6-58 R Thomasson 2-32) lt Gellibrand 5-162 (G Sharma 48no C Richardson 40 N Keating 35) B1 turf: Williamstown Imperials 150 (T Murray 3-27 DJ Temby 3-39 J Johnson 2-20 S Morgan 2-27) lt St. Johns 7-206 (DJ Temby 98no D Temby 37 T Murray 34 P Hudson 2-29 A Fortini 2-39); Bellbridge 154 (M Child 5-44 T Stanchinotti 2-16) lt Williamstown Congs 5-159 (M Leach 63 B Mifsud 32 S Dyson 25)

A’s lift for finals tilt BY LANCE JENKINSON ALTONA has taken its supporters on a rollercoaster ride in the Bowls Victoria premier division. The A’s were one of the preseason title fancies but seldom hit peak form. Victories in their last three matches ensured the A’s would be part of the March finals action, but they have been far from convincing to this point. A solid 98-72 win over Essendon on the road at Windy Hill on Saturday sewed up third place. ‘‘We’re a bit of an enigma,’’ A’s skip Brett Dodd says. ‘‘We’ve definitely under-achieved at this stage, but we’re still alive. I said to the guys today, you make your own history from here on in.’’ The A’s’ up-and-down form line is enough to give you motion sickness. They’ve enjoyed some stunning wins and some humbling losses. A month ago, they lost to woodenspooner Lalor, a result that left them outside the top four. Dodd said it was a reflection of the competition’s strength and the inability of his side to get into first gear. ‘‘You’ve just got to look at the ladder. The sides that got relegated won five and six games and they’re all good sides,’’ he said. ‘‘I knew going in this year, it’s probably the strongest it’s been and that’s how it’s turned out. ‘‘And I don’t think we’ve played our best bowls all year.’’ The question is whether the A’s’ best is good enough to topple front-runners Melbourne and Moonee Ponds. The top two have been a long way in front and their shot difference has dwarfed that of the other eight clubs. Dodd is optimistic. ‘‘If we can bring our best, we think we can beat the best. It’s up to us to rise to the occasion.’’ The A’s meet Bundoora RSL, a team they beat twice during the home and away rounds, in a cut-throat semifinal on Saturday. Premier division: Essendon 2-72 Altona 16-98 Division 1: Kingsbury 2-76 Yarraville/ Footscray 16-92; Glenroy 4-80 Footscray Park Rosamond 14-86 Division 2: Williamstown 2-76 Sunbury 16-101 Division 3: Footscray Park Rosamond 2 2-56 Newport 16-93 Division 4: Sunbury 3 16-77 Laverton 2-73 Division 5: Altona North 14-83 Sunshine RSL 2 4-68


Eye in: Dean Anglin picked up multiple hits for the Newport Rams. Picture: Darren Howe

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So close as Seagulls let clincher get away BY LANCE JENKINSON WILLIAMSTOWN has played out a dramatic tie with Moorabbin in the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association. The Seagulls’ finals ambitions took a turn for the worse as a result of their failure to win. Chasing 191, the Seagulls were bowled out for 190, on the second-last ball of the innings. They could point to the 14 wides they coughed up in Moorabbin’s innings of 8-190. Cameron Smith bowled an entire extra over and a bit with six wides and two no-balls. The team had 23 extras. Opening bowler Daniel Popa had team-best figures of 2-22 off seven, but also had three wides. Veteran all-rounder Craig Sheedy snared 2-32 off eight. The Seagulls made a flying start to their run chase. Nathan Hall (36) and Sheedy (43) combined for 73 for the second wicket to put the home side in the box seat at 2-89. Moorabbin tightened the screws in the middle overs, taking wickets at regular intervals. Brenton Hodges (18), Mathew Inness (22),

Graham Murdoch (16) and Grant Sandars (19) all got starts without capitalising. It was left to tail-enders Smith and Popa to guide the Seagulls home. They got seven runs to get to the tie before Smith heard his stumps rattle. The Seagulls will need an abacus of results to go their way to feature in the finals. For starters, they need to get over Yarraville in the western suburbs derby away at the Yarraville Oval. Secondly, they need the Kingston Saints to be beaten on the road by Moorabbin. Then they need either Brighton or Ormond — the fifth and sixth placed sides meet at Brighton Beach Oval — to lose. If they somehow manage to play out a tie, the Seagulls are heading for their end-of-season break. ■ Altona has shaken up the finals with a gutsy four-wicket win over Ormond at EE Gunn Reserve. The A’s coasted to the 224 target with 18 overs and four wickets to spare. The in-form A’s have won three of their past four matches but left their run a tad late to make a run for the finals. ■ Yarraville fell 60 runs short in its run chase against Elsternwick at Elsternwick Park.

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Erratic Rams lucky to win BY LANCE JENKINSON NEWPORT Rams are just one win away from a return to Victorian baseball’s elite. The Rams won in a 15-13 shootout over Berwick on the road at Cyril Molyneux Reserve on Saturday to keep a two-game buffer at the top of the division 2 standings. All the Rams need is victory in one of their last two matches or a loss from rivals Williamstown Wolves to grab automatic promotion. ‘‘We’re not guaranteed to go up yet so this week is a critical game for us,’’ Rams assistant coach Gavin Young told the Weekly ahead of a penultimate-round encounter with Bonbeach. ‘‘We want to go out and win this week and then that last game [against Williamstown] really doesn’t matter.’’ The Rams were indifferent in the two-run win over Berwick. Their pitching, so often a staple, was erratic. Griffin Weir was pulled from the mound in the fourth inning, but Liam Vicary-Lovegrove and Cameron McNish fared little better. Not until closer Jeremy Young was deployed

over the final three innings did the Rams have a semblance of control. ‘‘We needed someone to stand up on the hill, throw a lot of strikes and not give up walks,’’ Gavin Young said. ‘‘Jeremy threw a lot of strikes over those three innings. Only 10 guys came to the plate and he struck out four of them.’’ Meanwhile, Williamstown kept its slim minor premiership hopes alive with a 13-6 win over Moorabbin at Greenwich Reserve. The Wolves will visit lowly Port Melbourne on Saturday. In division 3, Footscray ended the home-andaway rounds on a high note with an 8-3 win over Doncaster. The Bulldogs are ranked second. Division 2 Firsts: Berwick 13 Newport 15, Williamstown 13 Moorabbin 6. Seconds: Williamstown 4 Moorabbin 2, Berwick 7 Newport 6. Thirds: Newport 7 Berwick 5, Moorabbin 3 Williamstown 7. Fourths: Newport 10 Williamstown 8 Division 3 Firsts: Doncaster 3 Footscray 8. Second: Doncaster 0 Footscray 26

Firsts: Williamstown 190 (C Sheedy 43 N Hall 36) tied Moorabbin 8-190 (D Popa 2-22 C Sheedy 2-32); Elsternwick 274 (HE Nurse 106 A Scholtz 61 C O’Neill 43no R O’Neill 36 T McRae 6-45 R Cox 2-47) d Yarraville 214 (MM Harrison 39 AJ Yates 38 B Shaw 32 D Saville 30 C O’Neill 4-50 A Fraine 3-48 DA Jones 2-56); Ormond 223 (M Thomas 79 M Hansen 57 T Stait 26no L Elmore 3-21 O Alsop 3-71 AP Maynard 2-32) lt Altona 6-226 (AP Maynard 80no A Brown 66 L Elmore 25 T Stait 2-19 M Hansen 2-34) Seconds: Moorabbin 177 (C Speakman 4-47 M Ferrie 2-25 B Fowler 2-28 J Craigie 2-39) lt Williamstown 218 (C D’Altera 101 A Freeman 56); Yarraville 56 (C Maguire 26no JB Midwinter 5-11 CG Sinclair 2-10 TG Vale 2-21) and

4-121 (MA Poole 37 A Ramadge 33 JB Midwinter 2-21) lt Elsternwick 206 (JD Dunnachie 106 TG Vale 32 J Booth 3-21 PW Cruden 3-26 C Maguire 2-42); Altona 94 (MS Davis 42 SL Gordon 4-8 V Sundaramoorthi 3-27) lt Ormond 9-233 (M Williams 69 B Cameron 59 V Sundaramoorthi 47 BA Madigan 3-14 A Rafferty 2-23 C Bancroft 2-33) Thirds: Williamstown 6-418 (N Rainone 155 S Davis 101 N Bugeja 44no M Knight 37no) d Ivanhoe 203 (J Paulsen 6-48); Balwyn 8-206dec (DP Boland 78no RA Mehta 38 AG Weeramantry 29 M Devlin 2-40 M Woods 2-52]) d Yarraville 204 (P Galea 83 M Woods 49 DP Boland 4-40 JE Lowrie 2-36 T Silvers 2-37) and 6-106 (J Kerr 26 DP Boland 2-17); Plenty Valley 181 (B

Roughsedge 47 J Bergman 32 B Murfet 3-26 S Clarke 2-42) d Altona 127 (J Donazzon 25 D Mobilia 2-9 T Dupreez 2-17 B Roughsedge 2-20) Fourths: Yarraville 189 (C Jamieson 41 L Henderson 33 A Georgiou 31 E Freeman 30 PJ McCarthy 3-25 ML Letcher 3-63 GI Clarke 2-44) d Balwyn 104 (AF Ting 53 D Pearce 3-10 C Jamieson 2-24); Altona 109 (F Ali 49 N Wallace 3-19 T Vandekolk 3-19 J Woodruff 2-21) and 67 (M Cullen 25 D Wallace 3-14 T Vandekolk 3-26 S Brennan 2-9) lt Plenty Valley 3-111dec (M Raven 48 M Ablinger 2-44) and 0-69 (N Wallace 34no S Brennan 30no); Ivanhoe 6-251 (Campbell 67 no Molloy 58 no) lt Williamstown 7-357 (M Brown 141 M Lauder 46 T Ball 38 JK Mattsson 34 N Harkins 25)

INBRIEF Netball City West Falcons will hit the court tonight for the start of their Victorian Netball League championship division premiership defence. The Marg Lind-coached Falcons will face North East Blaze at the State Netball and Hockey Centre at 7pm. The VU-Western Lightning, guided to the grand final by Matt Hills last season, go to Bendigo on Saturday night to meet the UB Ballarat Pride. Shooting Western suburbs shooter Adam Vella was on target in the men’s trap shotgun at the Australia Cup in Adelaide at the weekend. Vella, a two-time Olympian, was a standout in the qualifying rounds

and finished with a total score of 119. He won the gold medal match against Frank Minici by five targets. Vella also returned home with a silver medal in the double trap.

Soccer Altona North will avoid the first round of the Football Federation Victoria state Knockout Cup. The Robert Casha-coached North was granted a bye and moved directly into the second round where it will meet Hoppers Crossing on the road at Grange Reserve on March 9. Altona Magic is one of 16 seeded teams and will not play in the competition until the fourth round.

February 27, 2013 WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE

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