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Hefty rate hike a ‘gift’ for Sunbury residents By Tara Murray SUNBURY ratepayers could face a rate rise of more than 14 per cent if Sunbury has its own council, a report by accounting firm KPMG says. The report, commissioned by Local Government Minister Jeanette Powell, looked at the financial impacts on

both Sunbury and the rest of Hume if Sunbury seceded from Hume. The report comes ahead of a vote in October, when all Hume residents will have the opportunity to have a say on whether Sunbury remains part of Hume or sets up its own council. The report found that Sunbury residents would pay an additional

14.2 per cent a year in rates in the next four years. The council currently predicts rates will increase by 5.3 per cent a year for the next four years. In contrast, KPMG said Hume residents’ rates would go up by only 3.8 per cent a year if Sunbury seceded. Using Deep Creek as the boundary for the new shire, the report split

income and expenditure between Hume and Sunbury on an 80:20 ratio based on population. Bulla, which is on either side of the creek, was included in the hypothetical Sunbury shire, along with Wild- wood, parts of Diggers Rest and Clarkefield. Revenue collected through rates from the Melbourne Airport and

Reserve Bank of Australia noteprinting facility in Craigieburn has been allocated to Hume. The report said the process of forming a new Sunbury council would cost between $3.5 million and $4.4 million. No decision has been made on how and who will be responsible for these costs.

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Kyneton rolls out its old gold Fran Wigley (pictured) loves antiques. When she walks around Kyneton Town Hall during the town’s antique fair, she is amazed by the vintage items waiting to be taken to their new homes. This year’s fair boasts vintage clothes, dolls, fine china, silverware and jewellery. Ms Wigley, fair co-ordinator, said the event, in its 17th year, was a fund-raiser for the Friends of Kyneton Museum. The group helps in the conservation of museum collections. “As well as filling downstairs at the Kyneton Town Hall, there are even more treasures upstairs,” she said. The fair is from August 30-September 1, with light lunches provided by the Rotary Club of Kyneton. Tickets cost $7. Details:

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KEY Sunbury residents have slammed the financial report into the impacts of Sunbury seceding from Hume. The report by accounting firm KPMG, released last Wednesday, said Sunbury residents could pay an extra 14.2 per cent a year in rates for the next four years if Sunbury forms its own council. Sunbury Residents Association president Bernie O’Farrell, Cr Jack Ogilvie and long-time Sunbury out of Hume campaigner Trevor Dance said the report had major flaws. “I think there are major deficiencies and they have come to the conclusion rates will increase by 14.2 per cent,” said Mr O’Farrell. “The methodology was completely inappropriate ... instead of doing a grassroots study, they [KPMG] simply allocated a proportion [of services and income] from the current municipality. It’s a cop-out.” Cr Ogilvie said a new Sunbury council wouldn’t need the same levels of staff or services as Hume council. “There are some areas they talk a lot about, like population, but they have the figures wrong,” he said. “I’ve said for months the rate increase would be about 8-10 per cent.” Mr Dance said: “The KPMG

report that the Sunbury community has been waiting for for over two years is flawed and nothing short of embarrassing. “[Local Government] Minister [Jeanette] Powell states, ‘The rate projections prepared by KPMG are hypothetical’. So how does this help the community?” Cr Ann Potter said the report was what she had expected. “It is extremely comprehensive and based purely on the same level of services that Sunbury residents currently receive,” she said. “For no change in service level or any change at all, I can’t imagine that a 14 per cent rate increase would be welcomed by our community.’’ Hume mayor Geoff Porter said the report would help residents make a more informed decision. “In Hume, they have 100 different services,” he said. “This may change under a new council.” Ms Powell said people shouldn’t be surprised that setting up a new shire was a complicated process. “If Sunbury residents and a new council decide they don’t want to have the same level of services, then that is up to them to decide and the costs will change.’’ — Tara Murray


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inbrief A lesson in three courses Food sourced within 30 kilometres of Trentham will be served up for residents who want to learn more about local food production. Chef Aurelien Papet will make a three-course banquet and guests will learn how to better support food production around Trentham. Money raised from the dinner will be used to build on Trentham’s agriculture and food economy. Hosted by the Trentham Sustainability Group, the dinner will be held at the Trentham Mechanics Hall at 6.30pm on August 24. Tickets are $35 from More details: Justin Walsh, tsg@

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HIDDEN cameras are helping Parks Victoria to catch people illegally taking wood from state forests in the Macedon Ranges. Gisborne man Matthew Nolde was convicted, fined and ordered to pay $2750 for illegally collecting wood from the Lerderderg State Park. Parks Victoria team leader Scott Nicholson said Nolde was charged with cutting and removing vegetation and off-road driving offences. “He was convicted after a number of warnings including an initial verbal warning and a subsequent infringement notice for continuing to cut firewood in the Lerderderg State Park. However, he continued to cut wood and advertise it for sale.” Mr Nicholson said timber was cut and removed from the park by people over several months. A four-week operation by Parks Victoria had put a stop to it. “Heavy penalties apply for offences relating to illegal firewood collection,’’ Mr Nicholson said. “They include collecting firewood outside designated collection areas and seasons, felling timber, collecting more than the maximum allowable amounts and selling the wood.”

No-go zone: Park Victoria ranger Peter McGinnis in the Lerderderg State Park.

Two Hepburn men were also fined for cutting firewood in the Wombat State Forest without a licence. They were collecting wood outside of the designated period and were each fined $2000 plus court costs. Mr Nicholson said strong penalties applied for illegal firewood collection on public land. He said the rules were clear.

“Regular patrols and the use of hidden cameras in vulnerable areas are helping to identify people who are illegally collecting firewood. “Illegal harvesting of wood from our parks has a detrimental effect on the environment, tourism and park visitor enjoyment and the local economy.” Offenders face on-the-spot fines of

about $570. If a case goes to court, the person may receive up to $7218 in fines, one-year imprisonment or both. The next firewood collection period starts on September 1 and lasts until November 30. Residents can report illegal wood collection to Department of Environment and Primary Industries. Details: depi.vic. or call 136 186.

Suspicious behaviour puts owner on dog watch A SUNBURY man believes thieves are casing his house, attempting to steal his dog. Rhys Aquilina told the Weekly that on two occasions in the past fortnight he had caught men acting suspiciously around his house. “I was in the backyard when I heard someone over the other side of the fence, – the dog barked and broke

off his leash,” Mr Aquilina said. “A man ran off when I saw him. I tried to follow him and his dog, but he disappeared. Later, the man returned, jumped back on the fence and tried to look into the back of the house.” Worried that his dog, an English Staffordshire, would be stolen, Mr Aquilina moved the dog to another location. “Three days later an old


man jumped on the fence and then walked across the road; a black fourwheel-drive came around the corner and they waited until I had gone inside and then left.’’ Mr Aquilina said he called the police and reported his fears about attempts by people to steal dogs and use them for “dog baiting” or “dog fighting’’.

Candidates to be ‘grilled’ A ‘great McEwen breakfast debate’ is on the menu this Friday in Romsey. The five candidates for the federal seat of McEwen – Donna Petrovich of the Liberal party, Greens’ Neil Barker, Palmer United Party’s Trevor Dance, Bruce Stevens of Katter’s Australian Party, and incumbent Labor MP Rob Mitchell – will answer questions from the public in an open forum, which has been organised by the Romsey Region Business and Tourism Association. Details: election13mcewen.eventbrite.

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Mr Aquilina’s comments come after residents in Melton and Taylors Lakes reported people trying to steal their dogs. RSPCA Victoria senior inspector Daniel Bode said the organisation had heard reports “but wasn’t aware of any instances where dogs have been stolen for the purposes of organised dog-fighting.” – Tara Murray

A funeral service for Stanley Ormond Pattinson, a former soldier and farmer, was held recently at the Anglican Church in Lancefield. RSL members, and legatees formed a farewell guard-of-honour at the service. See the full version of the obituary at


Northern suburbs’ health heading south RESIDENTS of Melbourne’s northern suburbs, including Hume, are in significantly worse health than the national average, a new study has found. The study, conducted by the University of Melbourne, the Northern Melbourne Regional

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Lending a hand: Geoff Rose with one of the badges.

HELPING veterans is a cause that’s even more dear to the Roses than wearing a badge. Geoff and Noela Rose have been selling badges in Sunbury for the past six years to raise money for the Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia. They are continuing the tradition this week. “There are three locations where the Royal Australian Air Force Vietnam Veterans Association [a subbranch of the VVAA] sells badges,” Mr Rose says. “Sunbury always raises the most money of the three.” Mr Rose joined the RAAF in 1970. “I joined as an administrative clerk and was posted to the flying training school of Point Cook,” he says. “Then I decided to do pilot training. I graduated as a pilot in 1972.” Mr Rose said the money raised would help veterans pay bills, medical expenses and family welfare needs. “The call for welfare support is on the increase ... we need to be able to assist the veteran community whenever possible,” he said. The Roses will be selling badges on Thursday and Friday at Sunbury Square shopping centre.

Sixteen per cent of those tested reported excessive sleepiness and 7.1 per cent reported falling asleep while driving at least once in every 10 trips. More than 18 per cent reported consuming ‘‘risky’’ amounts of alcohol compared with the national average of 13.4 per cent. Dianella clinical director Ralph Audehm was not surprised by

THE Victorian Electoral Commission has received a mixed response from Hume and Macedon Ranges residents over proposed state electoral boundary changes. As reported by the Weekly on July  2, the proposed changes would lead to a new Sunbury electorate and significant changes to the existing Macedon, Yuroke and Broadmeadows electorates. About 30 per cent of Victorian voters will find themselves voting for new lower and upper house seats at the next state election if the proposed changes go ahead. As of late last week, the commission had received six submissions from Hume and Macedon Ranges residents. In their submission, Sunbury’s Lawrence Seyers and Stephen Coughlan supported the formation of the Sunbury electorate. It would include Sunbury township, Bulla and Diggers Rest, and parts of Tullamarine, Westmeadows and Gladstone Park. “The proposed Sunbury district has multiple but complementary communities of interest,” Mr Seyers said. Tullamarine’s Shirley Kociuba

and Janifer Ewen objected to the formation of the new electorate. Both highlighted the distance between Tullamarine and Sunbury and believed Tullamarine would be ‘‘forgotten’’ if it was in the same electorate as Sunbury. Trentham’s Ian MacBean welcomed the changes under which Trentham would be included in the Macedon electorate. “Trentham and district has extensive historical, economic and social connections with the towns to its east, Kyneton and Woodend, and generally with the Macedon Ranges region,” he said. “The proposed Macedon district achieves a very effective community of interest.” A Liberal Party submission calls for Yuroke to remain in the Western Metropolitan region of the upper house. Commission senior information and research officer Paul ThorntonSmith said the deadline was Monday last week and the commission was still sorting the submissions. He said 489 submissions had been received so far from across the state. – Tara Murray


Station Road Planning Investigation Community Information Display The communities of the greater Gisborne area are invited to attend the following information displays: Dates Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 August 2013 Time Open for attendance between 12pm and 4pm Location Mechanics Institute Hall 10 Hamilton Street, Gisborne These events will be an opportunity for the community to see the latest information and share their views on the planning work and concepts developed to date.


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A THREE-year plan by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries aims to fight fire with fire. The draft plan for fuel reduction burns, to be carried out across the state with Parks Victoria, has been released for public comment. It includes plans for slashing, brush cutting, spraying and maintenance to fire access tracks. In the Macedon Ranges, fuel reduction burns are planned for this financial year to reduce the spread of fire and provide protection to towns. Of 520 hectares of land included in the burn-offs, 282 hectares are in Mount Macedon. Burns are also planned for Hepburn shire, near Trentham. For 2014-15, almost 2500 hectares of land in the Macedon Ranges is earmarked in the draft plan to be

burned. The biggest area is 1652 hectares in Macedon, along the Macedon-Firth Road. For 2015-16, about 1612 hectares is proposed for fuel-reduction burns, including 807 hectares near Lancefield. Fuel management works, which include slashing, are planned for Bullengarook, Blackwood, Lancefield and Macedon. In Trentham, more than 35 hectares of track maintenance is planned for this financial year alone. Midlands district fire manager Merydth Whitehead said the CFA, councils, farmers, beekeepers and wine producers had been consulted on developing the fire plans. She said the decision to conduct fuel-reduction burns was driven by the need to reduce bushfire risk to people and property.

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PLANT expert Russell Best says the Macedon Ranges council’s proposal to build an early-years hub on UL Daly Nature Reserve in Gisborne will “deliberately extinguish” a plant species from the wild and the shire forever. Four plants of acacia rostiformis (pictured), commonly known as Bacchus Marsh wattle, have been found at the reserve by Dr Best, a research officer at Australian Plants Society Victoria. A study last year identified 61 native plants growing at the reserve including two varieties of acacia rostiformis. Last week, Dr Best identified two more varieties of the wattle. The council is proposing to build a hub either on the reserve or on a nearby pine plantation. Dr Best said Bacchus Marsh wattle


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SUNBURY’S Ian Parker is hoping his five-month study trip to China will be the start of a mission to strengthen Australia’s relations with people in that nation. Mr Parker (pictured) has been awarded a $10,000 Hamer scholarship by the state government. The scholarship is designed to build Victorians’ Chinese language capabilities and boost cultural awareness between Victoria and China. Mr Parker, a former marketing teacher, will go to China in December. “The scholarship means I’ll be learning Chinese five days a week and I intend to live with a Chinese family. “People are amazed to think that I want to do this but think it’s a good idea,” he said. Mr Parker, who visited China three times as a teacher, hopes to further his teaching skills through a greater knowledge of the language. “There may be an opportunity for me to help businesses from within Australia make engagement with Chinese companies.’’

was the most endangered species in the wild to be found in the shire. “There will be a local species extinction if [the hub on] Daly reserve is developed,” he said. “[It will] probably be the first time that a critically endangered species is deliberately extinguished from the wild in the Macedon Ranges shire. The council will create a master plan for the reserve, which includes a footprint for an early-years hub and also recognises the environmental significance of the reserve. Community consultation for the plan is expected to start next month.

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MACEDON RANGES SHIRE COUNCIL PROPOSAL TO MAKE THE GENERAL PURPOSES AND AMENITY LOCAL LAW Local Government Act 1989 - Section 119(2) At its meeting on Wednesday 24 July the Council resolved to make the General Purposes and Amenity Local Law No. 10 2013. Purpose of the General Purposes and Amenity Local Law The proposed Local Law will replace the General Local Law No. 8 2003. The purposes of the General Purposes and Amenity Local Law are to: 1. manage, regulate and control activities and uses on any land which: (a) may be dangerous, cause a nuisance or be detrimental to the amenity of the area or the environment; (b) are directed at maintaining a healthy and safe environment for residents and visitors; (c) promotes an environment in which residents and visitors to the municipal district can enjoy a lifestyle that is expected of the area; 2. regulate and control behaviour which causes detriment to the amenity and environment of the municipality or could compromise public safety. 3. provide processes and requirements that complement Council Policies and Plans; and 4. provide for the administration of the Council’s powers and functions. General Purport of the Local Law The proposed Local Law will achieve its purposes by a number of measures including: • identifying uses and activities that will require a permit such as using a footpath for outdoor dining, placing moveable advertising signs on Council land or roads, using Council roads for works, planting on or landscaping nature strips, locating a shipping container in residential zones for longer than 6 months, keeping excess numbers of animals and burning in the open air on land less than the prescribed size; • identifying uses and activities which must comply with conditions or requirements in the Local Law including in some instances, compliance with Council Policies or Plans, such as requirements applying to the operation and maintenance of septic tanks, vehicle crossings, limiting obstructions on roads, the use of scare guns, camping or using caravans or motorhomes, using motorised recreation vehicles and burning in the open air on land greater than the prescribed size; • identifying uses and activities that are prohibited in certain circumstances such as allowing land or buildings to be kept in a way that is unsightly or detrimental to the general character and amenity of the neighbourhood or that could be a danger or a risk to people or property in the vicinity, behaving on Council land or on a road in a way that could harm or injure another person or which interferes with another person‘s reasonable enjoyment of that land or which could damage Council and community assets and consumption of alcohol or the possession of alcohol in open containers on roads or Council land; and • providing for the administration and enforcement of the Local Law through a permit system and creating offences for contravention of certain provisions in the Local Law. Written submissions about the proposed Local Law will be considered in accordance with section 223 of the Local Government Act 1989 and should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Macedon Ranges Shire Council, PO Box 151, Kyneton 3444. Written submissions must be received at the Council Offices no later than 12 noon on Wednesday 4 September 2013. Any person who makes a written submission can ask to be heard by Council in support of their submission and may be represented by a person, (who is specified in their submission), to act on their behalf. The date, time and place of any meeting to hear submissions on the Local Law will be directly notified to those who have asked to be heard. Copies of the proposed Local Law and the accompanying Community Impact Statement can be obtained from Council Service Centres or can be viewed on Council’s website, PETER JOHNSTON Chief Executive Officer 8 WEEKLY – YOUR COMMUNITY VOICE \ August 6, 2013

Ra Rates and Charges 2013/14 For the purposes of Section 130 of the Local Government Act this public notice confirms that Council adopted the 2013/14 Budget on 12 June 2013. The Budget Report can be found on Council’s website, Council had advertised the proposed 2013/14 rates and charges on 3 and 7 May 2013, however at its meeting on 12 June 2013 Council reduced the advertised rates and charges and adopted its 2013/14 Budget based on the rates and charges shown below. 1. The Capital Improved Value (CIV) of each rateable assessment is the valuation system used for rating purposes. Rates are the amount charged for every dollar of the CIV of a rateable assessment. The table below shows the property type rates and the rates in the dollar on the CIV. Adopted Rates in the dollar on the CIV General and Residential 0.002829 Land Rate Agricultural Land Rate 0.002263 Commercial / Industrial 0.003395 Land Rate Recreational Land Rate 0.001414 Not for Profit Housing Rate 0.001414 2. A municipal charge of $185 for the common contribution to the governance costs of Council. Relevant exemptions will apply for agricultural properties as per the Local Government Act. 3. A service charge of $241 for the collection and disposal of garbage and the collection and sorting of recyclable materials. The charge will be levied on all rateable properties within the declared garbage collection and recycling district. Additional bins will be charged at $160 per garbage bin and $81 per recycling bin. 4. A service charge of $56 for the collection and disposal of garden organics for all properties within the designated collection district. The charge will be $27 for properties where the ratepayer has been granted a pension concession. 5. A service charge of $10 for the operation of transfer stations and the rehabilitation of landfills so that Council can continue to provide a refuse disposal service. Relevant exemptions will apply for agricultural properties as per the Local Government Act. The charge will be $5 for properties where the ratepayer has been granted a pension concession. 6. A rebate will be provided to areas of high environmental significance that are registered by the Trust for Nature. The rebate will be calculated on the site value of the proportion of the property which is subject to the covenant. The Victorian Government requires councils to collect two levies on its behalf. These are the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Levy and the Fire Services Property levy. These levies are not part of Council’s rate and charges; however, they are included on Council’s Rates Notice.

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All aboard: Sunbury pupils, men’s shed members and Nicky Gallus (centre), of CareWorks, work on the project.

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IT didn’t take long to convince Sunbury Primary School grade 6 pupils to be part of the CareWorks community art project. “The students were so excited last week that when I was away they talked the relief teacher into working on the project,” art teacher Leah Baensch said. Sunbury Primary is one of 11 local schools involved in the project, which aims to raise money to help people in crisis and increase

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YOURVOICE Are we witnessing the death throes of Hepburn shire council?

I refer, of course, to the council services and community hub that has magically appeared in its 2013-14 budget. This is a council that is, at best, only marginally financially viable. A council that levies excessive rates. A council that fails to provide equitable services across the shire. A council that has failed to respond to those who made their submissions to the 2013-14 budget. A council that ignores rapid population growth patterns to its east. An era of rapid population growth demands a viable municipality, based on real “community of interest” and responsive to the needs of its ratepayers. The council fails on all counts. A review of municipal boundaries is a real possibility. In which case the “Taj Mahal” (the new council building) planned for Daylesford could be redundant before it is completed. David McCallum, Trentham Re. Confusion over Hume’s ‘split’ poll (Weekly, July 16)

Sunbury residents need an assurance

that the financial report on the proposed secession of Sunbury from Hume council has been done professionally and that there has been no Liberal Party involvement. We also hope that it will be presented in a form that is easy to analyse and that the financial advice is going to be taken into account in any poll question. Peter Gavin, Sunbury Daly reserve needs recognition

The importance of the UL Daly Nature Reserve to the Gisborne and Macedon Ranges community must be recognised.

In 1978, as shire secretary (of the then shire of Gisborne), I arranged the purchase of the highly sensitive environment area from Ulick Lord Daly, who had been a local councillor and shire president. In deciding to acquire this pivotal site, the then council recognised the value of the reserve as a key component to its planning strategy to protect the existing urban character and amenity of Gisborne town. At that time there was no formalised planning scheme and the district was subject to great development pressures. The first planning scheme was completed in the following year and has been the basis for much of the existing planning protections for the Macedon Ranges’ unique environment. The value of the reserve to the attractiveness and lifestyle of Gisborne is very apparent today and it is for these reasons that it should not be subjected to development. It was bought as a key element to the long-term development of the urban area of Gisborne. As growth continues, the wisdom of this decision is becoming very clear.

I urge the community to oppose the proposal to use it for a service centre. Terry Larkins, Gisborne Re. Daly Nature Reserve in danger as ’dozers are readied to attack (Weekly online):

The activists protesting about developments in an environmentally sensitive area should also be addressing the source of the problem – Victoria’s excessive population growth. With about 1000 new people a day entering Melbourne, the demands of all these people for services and amenities will consume any “vacant” land. Unless a council formulates its own population policies, and caps, the problem won’t go away. Mary

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SEE&DO Support group: Parents of Kids with Disabilities support group is free and open for parents, carers and friends of children and adults with disabilities. It meets 10.30am12.30pm on the fourth Monday each month at Darley Neighbourhood House, 33 Jonathon Drive, Darley. Details: 5329 1361. Carer support: GROW Carers Group for friends and family of those affected by mental health issues has free and confidential meetings twice a month in Sunbury. Details: 1800 558 268 or visit: Music feast: The Australian Queen Tribute Show will perform all original Queen classics, from 8pm-10pm this Friday at Kyneton Town Hall. Tickets: au/arts/buytickets. Jazz magic: Musical Mornings at The Mansion will host jazz singer Leslie Saunders tomorrow from 10am-11.30am at Rupertswood Mansion Bookings essential, contact 9740 5020.

It’s not a new fire levy, it’s a fairer fire levy. On 1 July 2013, as recommended by the Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission, the Victorian Government is replacing the old fire services levy with a fairer system. Rather than being added to insurance premiums, the levy will now be collected with council rates. This means all property owners contribute a fair share to the Country Fire Authority or the Metropolitan Fire Brigade. The levy is a fixed charge of $100 for residential properties and $200 for non-residential properties, plus a variable charge based on the property’s capital improved value. All funds will go towards supporting Victoria’s fire services.

GST and stamp duty charged on the old levy have been removed and, for the first time, eligible pensioners and veterans will receive a $50 concession. These reforms will save households and business around $100 million a year. F•S•A/DPC0018


Early detection the key for women’s health unbury’s Family Medical Centre is joining other clinics and organisations in a campaign to boost early detection of cancer in women through screening and raising awareness. “Many people would be already familiar with PapScreen Victoria’s slogan, ‘A little awkward for a lot of peace of mind’,” says the centre’s GP liaison and marketing manager, Danielle Spurrell. “The trained nurses at Family Medical Centre certainly agree with that and encourage women to have their sexual and reproductive health checked. “Our specially trained nurses provide women’s health checks, including a pap smear, STI testing, breast awareness and contraceptive advice.” Qualified nurses Leah Ward and Kerry Campbell are specialists in women’s health, cervical screening trainers and providers. Ward, who is studying for a master of advanced nursing practice, has qualifications in sexual and reproductive health and is an adviser on HIV and hepatitis C. “Cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in women worldwide,” Campbell says. “It’s caused by a virus that 80 per cent of women will have at some stage in their lives.

“Women most at risk of cervical cancer are those who do not attend regular screening – therefore the best prevention is routine screening.” Family Medical Centre recommends pap smears begin between the ages of 18 and 21 (as long as the woman has been sexually active for two years) and continue until the age of 70. Women with concerns about their health or wanting to prevent illness can make an appointment to see one of the many qualified nurses at the clinic. Family Medical Centre is celebrating 28 years of medical care for the Sunbury community and welcomes new patients.

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Value packed homes to take your worries away. The “Walkability” Factor Much has been written over the years about desirable features and factors which influence a decision on purchasing a home, and some might be repeated here. But the latest buzzword around the real estate markets is in “walkability” – the ease with which you and your family can walk to wherever you wish to go in the vicinity. A recent program on the ABC discussed this newly discovered “wow” factor, the view being put that an ageing population, young families who need to use prams or strollers, a person with some infirmity, even bicycle enthusiasts - all see the advantage of easy walking over friendly terrain to reach the shops or other facilities. It’s also undoubtedly healthy. Then of course there are the other factors, such as:- Proximity: How close are the schools if you have a family, hospitals, shopping centres and parks. Services: There are services that can make your life easier you may like to be near such as public transport including buses, trains and even ferries. A local train station within walking distance is quite valued by many. Amenities: These are things that make the property more pleasant to live in. They might include beautiful tree-lined streets, wide boulevards, heritage or uniquely designed homes, a cul-de-sac, or fresh and sweet smelling air. Potential: If the property has potential to be tenanted, renovated or to simply grow in value over time, it is in a great advantage. If you’re looking for a property to purchase or to sell, we at Dunlop Real Estate are here to help. Feel free to phone me, John Dunlop on 9744 2555 at any time or to call into our friendly offices at Sunbury and Gisborne for assistance.

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Rural spread just right for a gallop This Gisborne ‘ranch’ is perfect for country living and horsey pursuits, writes Carole Levy


uff up the saddles and adjust the stirrups – this property of about 2.2 hectares will have horsey types ready for a good gallop. All is in place for equine pursuits, from tack room and sand arena to paddock shelters and loose boxes. The land is flat and sheltered by rows of dense shrubbery and views of distant hills accentuate the feel of open, rural landscape. The western red cedar homestead with wraparound verandah has a homey, comfy feel that wouldn’t frown on muddy riding boots

at the door. A timber-lined cathedral ceiling above the living area reflects the generosity of surrounding land, laminated floorboards underscore easy upkeep, and modern updates meet today’s standards. In the living hub, a wood heater is great for snuggling up to and an east-facing, step-down room with windows on three sides promises to be a winter sun trap minus fuel costs. Come summertime, vertical blinds will shield any glare. The compact kitchen has stone-look laminated benchtops, white vinyl-wrap

cupboards, an electric wall oven, electric cooktop and a dishwasher. The carpeted main bedroom (off the living area) has an airconditioner, walk-through twin wardrobes and a smartly refurbished en suite. Two more bedrooms (one with wardrobe) are down a hallway, as are an updated laundry, and a bright new bathroom that incorporates a separate shower room. Work, rest and play are looking pretty balanced at this ranch – and it’s only a few minutes’ drive to town.

10 Macedon Close, New Gisborne Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Living areas: Family-meals, morning room The rest: Wood heater, gas ducted heating, evaporative cooling, ceiling fan, airconditioner, four-bay shed/loose boxes/ tack and feed, 50x30-metre sand arena, six paddocks/ laneway access, five paddock shelters, town water, garage/ workshop Private sale Price: $635,000 Agent: Hunt Real Estate Gisborne, 5428 2544

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Oil up for a tree change

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rade the fast lane for the slower one with this four-hectare Gisborne property which comes with its own irrigated olive grove. The property has a three-bedroom house, the main bedroom has an en suite and walk-in wardrobe. There’s ample living space with a study, family-dining zone and separate lounge. The kitchen features granite benchtops and a Blanco stainless-steel cooker. The property also has a double carport, garage, shedding, stables and a three-room outbuilding.


129 Peters Road, Gisborne Price: $795,000 Private sale Agent: Dunlop Real Estate Gisborne, 5428 2800

ay goodbye to living with your parents and hello to your own space with this affordable Sunbury property. The house has three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, a bathroom, separate toilet, lounge room, meals area, kitchen and laundry with outdoor access. Features include floating floorboards, a fireplace, verandah, garden shed, built-in barbecue, a garage and abundant off-street parking. The Calder Freeway, shops and schools are close by.

60 Learmonth Street, Sunbury Price: $319,000 Private sale Agent: Dunlop Real Estate Sunbury, 9744 2555


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On one full acre in township locale, 4 bedroom BV, big living rooms, excellent shedding, stunning grounds, decked BBQ area, ducted heating, evap cooling, natural gas. All the comforts!





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Undeniably superior landscaped dream home! High ceilings, big rooms. 4BR plus study. Beautiful jarrah kitchen with granite - theme continued throughout all wet areas. Central living/dining room, rumpus/ billiards. Outdoor living, shedding, superb location. So much more and everything to impress!





865M2 cnr block views. Quality 3BR, 2 living rooms, outdoor living. Impressive set up with serviced 3 bay shed with high voltage, secure gates and own side entry, turnaround concrete driveway, - room for everything!



App. 3000 SQM with impressive driveway. 4 BR + study, sep living rooms - lounge, family, dining, rumpus. Outstanding outdoor living with swim spa, superb outlooks with continental garden. Contemporary elegance with smooth rustic character. Magnificent family lifestyle opportunity.





Huge 1543SQM with an approx 30sq luxury 4BR home. Nth facing living rooms, 6.5 star energy rating. Sep formal lounge, enormous family/dining room, study or sitting room. Exquisite kitchen - just pristine! In a very desirable prestigious neighbourhood! Magnificently presented.







Misty Vale – 10 acres with family residence of 3BR, lounge, rumpus, outdoor living and horse facilities of 8 paddocks, massive dam with jetty, 4 horse boxes, hayshed. Magnificent location to town and Calder Freeway.





Strikingly picturesque 4+ acres, dam, sealed road. Big house, big living rooms, 3BR, sep gym (shower) or home office. American barn with loft (ideal stable block) plus many useful outbuildings. DLUG with storage, sep wine cellar. Quality country lifestyle property.


7/38 7/38 Brantome BrantomeStreet Street Gisborne Gisborne



Private 86 acres corner block with Spanish influence house. Sensational opportunity to roll up the sleeves, paint polish and TLC to reap the rewards. Undeniably spectacular views, expansive living rooms and 4 bedrooms. Magnificent versatile property.

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54 Evans Street, Sunbury 40 Aitken Street, Gisborne

109 Anderson Road Sunbury

18 Felton Avenue Sunbury



A modern interior complimented by an abundance of natural light and offset by fabulous rear views extended by an elevated decked veranda adds a wow factor to this 3 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms and extensive outdoor entertaining area overlooking a spacious landscaped yard.

FOR SALE $419,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 12.00-12.30PM Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555

6 Harker Street Sunbury

A top investment with a good return and in a great location. With 3 bedrooms, family bathroom, sep wc, kitchen, meals, family, pergola and side access to large single garage.

9744 2555 5428 2800

FOR SALE $289,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 10.30-11.00AM Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555

4 Rover Street Sunbury



Quaint historical miner’s cottage set within the township. Beautifully restored to combine authentic old world materials and modern fittings. Features 2 brs, kit, 2 living areas, 2 way bathroom, laundry, alfresco entertaining and carport.

FOR SALE $375,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 12.45-1.15pm Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555

The best thing about this 4 bedroom property with 2 bathrooms is not only the price but the potential offered as a family residence or rental investment. Astute buyers step up!

FOR SALE $295,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 2.30-3.00pm Photo ID Required CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555


Bundanoon Avenue, Sunbury

FAMILY HOME WITH VIEWS 4 brs plus study, ens, BIR’s, kit/meals, gas and elec cooking, d/washer formal lounge, family, ducted heat, split system, dble remote gge, internal access. Sorry no pets.

GREAT UNIT CLOSE TO TRANSPORT 3 brs, ens, BIR’s, kit/meals, gas and elec cooking, dishwasher, lounge, ducted heating and cooling, court yard, single remote garage. Sorry no pets.

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OH SO CLOSE TO EVERYTHING 3 brs, BIR’s, kit/meals, elec cooking, dining, lounge, ducted & wood heat, split system, two way bathroom (no bath), gge, carport, garden shed. Sorry no pets.

Panoramic Views 4 brs, BIR’s, ens, kit/ meals, gas and elec cooking, d/washer, lounge, family, ducted heat, ceiling fans, decking, dble remote garage.

HOME WITH A VIEW 4 brs, ens, BIR’s, open plan kit/meals/family, gas and elec cooking, dishwasher, ducted heating, ceiling fans, main bathroom, laundry, alfresco, window locks, double remote

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FOR THE ENTERTAINER 3 brs, study, ens, BIR’s , open plan kit/meals/family, gas and elec cooking, d/washer, ducted heat, split system, outdoor ent, alarm, dble gge, workshop. Sorry no pets.

Paula Carey 0411 407 703 Andrew Bearman 0487 264 325 Doug Gray 0413 161 804

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13-15 Francis Crescent Gisborne

42 Dunsford Street Lancefield



6 star energy rated res, huge undercover solar heated pool and landscaped gardens, 4 brs, 3 living zones, integrated double garage plus shed. Packed with loads of luxury and energy saving features.


We will let you be the judge. This cute building of 3 main rooms previously used as a Maternal and Child health centre is now available. Ready for conversion to your preferred use (STCA) or totally redevelop the site. Colour brochure available.

FOR SALE $750,000 INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 11.00-11.30AM Photo ID Required CONTACT Gisborne Office 5428 2800

ESR $140,000-$160,000


AUCTION SATURDAY 24TH AUGUST @ 12NOON INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 11.00-11.30AM Photo ID Required CONTACT Gisborne Office 5428 2800 Sunbury Office 9744 2555


PREMIUM CHOICE ALLOTMENTS Three choice allotments of approx 480m² & 655m² set in the popular newly established Brookhaven estate. Level building pads, crossovers in place, all services available and reasonable covenants in place to protect your future investment. Ideal for 1st home buyers and investors.

67 Mulcahy Road Bullengarook SERENE BUSHLAND RETREAT ON 45 ACRES approx.

FOR SALE $179,000 & $199,000 INSPECT PLANS AT OFFICE CONTACT Sunbury Office 9744 2555

Just down the road from Macedon Grammar is this family home boasting 4 good sized brs, main with ens and BIR’s, open plan kit/din/family, 4 car carport & gge plus machinery shed. Feats include high ceilings, tank, pump house & bore.

AUCTION SATURDAY 17TH AUGUST @ 2PM INSPECT THIS SATURDAY 12.00-12.30pm Photo ID Required CONTACT Gisborne Office 5428 2800

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129 Peters Road, Gisborne 3 Dadswell Place, Sunbury 6 Hanke Place, Sunbury 48 Blackforest Drive, Macedon 4 Rover Street, Sunbury 8 Farrell Street, New Gisborne 2A Ashton Court, Sunbury 105 Palmer Road, Sunbury John Dunlop 0419 001 991

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5428 2544 Lots 1-6 Rockglen Way (off Dalrymple Road) “Rockglen Estate” - Exclusive Country Lifestyle Allotments. Six Blocks - Each 9.6 acres (3.9ha). Lots 5 & 6 Sold. Stunning views to Macedon Ranges • Magnificent homesites • Rolling pastures • Fully fenced featuring drystone pillars & post/rail entrances • Sealed road • 4 min drive to beautiful & vibrant Gisborne township • 40 minutes freeway drive to CBD/ Airport 25 mins. approx.

PRIvAtE SALE: PRICE: $475,000 tO $485,000 vIEW: Agent on Site; Saturday 1:30 - 2:00pm.

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6 Comic Court

Attractive Family Home with separate Flat/studio with ensuite Located in quiet court. Easy walk to school, station/bus, café & hotel. Comp. 3 living areas including home theatre, 3 bedrooms, study/4th & ensuite plus flat/studio. Features polished floor boards, ducted heating/cooling, wood heater & sensational outdoor living area. Double garage, extra shedding & established garden. Suit large or extended family. Land 1,023m² PrivAte sAle: PriCe: $549,000 view: Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm

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10 Macedon Close

A great property for horses and their riders! ~ on 2.2 Hectares approx. (5.5 Acres approx.) ~ Just a few minutes from Gisborne township. Comfortable & well appointed homestead style 3 bedroom residence with refurbished ensuite & bathrm, + separate rumpus rm. Gas/wood heating & ducted cooling. Equestrian facilities incl. 50m x 30m sand arena, 4 bay shed/loose boxes/tack & feed, 6 paddocks/laneway access, 5 paddock shelters, garage/workshop.Town water & sealed road. Get ready to ride! PrivAte sAle: PriCe: $635,000 view: Saturday 2.00 - 2.30pm

33 Brantome Street, Gisborne

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11 Jackson Court All the space you need inside & out. Young home – Land Approx. 1569m². The hard work has been done – just add your finishing touches, sit back & enjoy. 4 bedrms, kitchen/meals/living rm, sitting room/study & family/media room, ensuite, bathroom & dbl garage.Well appointed & with high ceilings, extensive paving, alfresco area, dishwasher, built in robes, natural gas ducted heating & split system cooling. Easy distance to town. PrivAte sALe: PriCe: $589,000 vieW: Saturday 1.00 - 1.30pm

“sURAMA”. DisTiNCTiVe CoUNTRY HoMesTeAD – CiRCA 1935. PRiVATeLY siTeD wiTHiN MATURe GARDeN eNViRoNMeNT. Classic residence offers stylish comfort comprising 4 B/R, 2 ensuites & bathrm, formal lounge & dining rm, both with OFP. Casual family area with nth facing aspect. Modern well equipped kitchen & meals area overlooking the gardens, outdoor living space & swimming pool.Also includes a sep 2 B/R cottage, numerous outbuildings incl. large workshop/office & triple carport. Land Approx. 1.04HA (2.5 acres). PRiVATe sALe: PRiCe: $1,050,000 View: Saturday 11.30 - 12.00pm



FOR A HUGE RANGE OF LAND FROM JUST $205,000 (short and long settlements available)

33 Brantome Street, Gisborne

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Auction Saturday 31 August at 1pm

Woodend 12 Blackberry Lane (Off Beves Lane)


Investment or Home Buyer Opportunity on approximately ½ Acre

Brick veneer home, featuring three bedrooms, lounge with cathedral ceiling and sliding door to timber deck, kitchen/meals area with built in pantry. Set on a good sized block with a separate four car garage/shed.

Sat 10 Aug 12-12.30pm Sat 17 Aug 11-11.30am Sat 24 Aug 1.30-2pm or by appointment Sandi Mueller 0408 392 347


17 Ebden Street Modern Country lifestyle. Sensational 180º Farmland Views

Price $380,000

Woodend 2 Grey Street (Cnr Old Lancefield Road)

Price $425,000

Macedon 52 Marshall Avenue

Price $568,000

Four bedroom, four year old weatherboard home on an elevated half acre enjoying View By appointment Julian Davies 0407 670 234 panoramic views of unspoilt farmland situated midway between Woodend and Kyneton. A short drive and you’re on the freeway to Melbourne (55 minutes).


View Sat 10 Aug 1-1.30pm or by appointment Beautifully presented three bedroom home with a lovely shady private back yard. Sandi Mueller 0408 392 347 Spacious lounge, kitchen, dining with French doors onto a lovely decked outdoor area.

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Auction Saturday 31 August at 11am

Woodend 64 Barkers Road (off Old Lancefield Road)

Reserve Price $50,000 plus GST

Excellent land with volcanic soil, beautiful views to Mount Macedon and only 4kms from the vibrant Woodend town centre. Services available but not connected include town water, power and telephone.

Sandi Mueller 0408 392 347

A/C Vic Roads - 5.175ha (12.7acres)

Please Note: Property is immediately adjacent to the Calder Freeway and is being sold without a current planning permit for a residence.


Zoning Farming Zone (FZ)

Warm and inviting, zoned family living on over half an acre

Beautifully presented, much loved four bedroom brick home just a short drive from Macedon Village and railway station. Land size 2285m²

View By appointment Julian Davies 0407 670 234

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NEW LAND RELEASE COMING SOON Rosenthal is a masterplanned community in the historic township of Sunbury, where the past and the future collide in a celebration of Australian life. Just a stone’s throw from the Sunbury Town Centre on Vineyard Road, Rosenthal will build a strong community around its green spaces, superb homesites and wonderful lifestyle options. Enjoy the sense of belonging in an architecturally designed home brimming with modern conveniences, nestled in the friendly and welcoming neighbourhood of Rosenthal.



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Impressive Lions roar a warning By Pat Nolan Sunbury’s performance against Bacchus Marsh on Saturday sent a message to the Ballarat Football League that the Lions have awoken from their slumber. The match was hardly a spectacle that will live long in the memories of many. But it was the fashion in which the reigning premiers picked the young Cobras apart that will leave other premiership contenders painfully aware of Sunbury’s power. After a tense start, with Bacchus Marsh leading 20 minutes into the match at Clarke Oval, the Eastern Lions broke free of the shackles to kick 14 of the next 16 goals. Heavy rain and a fighting last quarter from the visitors prevented a 100-point plus margin, but Sunbury still went on to win 18.16 (124) to 7.6 (48). It was the big names that drove Sunbury forward, with the forward line at its imposing best. Jamie Lobb did not play after learning mid-week he had a broken


BOX HILL 0.8 4.10 8.12 11.18 (84) BENDIGO 1.2 1.3 7.5 7.5 (47) GOALS: Box Hill: Anderson 2 O’Brien Iles Weekes Simpkin Lowden Grimley Osborne Retzlaff Post. Bendigo: Stroobants 2 Hams Cain Brooker McInnes Magin. BEST: Box Hill: Mirra Lowden Hallahan Anderson Cheney Spangher. Bendigo: Magin Bolton Hams Stroobants Munari Kelm. At Box Hill City Oval. ESSENDON 4.7 8.8 14.9 16.12 (108) SANDRINGHAM 1.2 3.4 5.7 9.11 (65) GOALS: Essendon: Duscher 5 Firman 3 Davey 3 Hille O’Brien Lovett-Murray Crameri Ambrose. Sandringham: Dowler 3 Minchington 2 Ledger Cook Persson Tiernan. BEST: Essendon: Duscher Hille Firman Howlett Kavanagh Davey. Sandringham: Blake Shenton Cockie Cook Dowler Persson. At Trevor Barker Beach Oval. WILLIAMSTOWN 1.3 5.7 8.9 14.15 (99) COLLINGWOOD 3.0 4.1 9.1 10.4 (64) GOALS: Williamstown: Veszpremi 4 Anastasio 3 Roberts 2 McCallum Wheeler Howard Jolley Carr. Collingwood: Paine 3 Broomhead 2 Boland 2 Witts Wallace Mooney. BEST: Williamstown: Jolley Wheeler Wood Carr Veszpremi Austin. Collingwood: Didak Richmond Broomhead Allan Ramsay Heagney-Steart. At Victoria Park. GEELONG 4.0 10.3 16.8 19.11 (125) CASEY 4.3 4.4 7.8 8.11 (59) GOALS: Geelong: Kersten 5 Murdoch 2 Walker 2 Hartman 2 Bathie Chapman Thurlow Howe Corrigan Stringer Christensen Hollmer. Casey: Best 2 Hogan 2 Jetta Nicholson Magner Page. BEST: Geelong: Murdoch Kersten Walker Stringer Bews Brown. Casey: Nicholson Magner Strauss Blease Tynan Hill. At Casey Fields.

foot, while Ryan Monzell was a late withdrawal after breaking his little finger at the gym on Friday night. David Kovacevic was dominant in the ruck, often giving first use to the likes of captain Jay Cheep and the resurgent Ross Sleight. Cheep booted four goals, while Sleight helped himself to three. Full-forward Simon Clarke, showing he’s not far off peak form, also booted three goals. With Matthew Medcraft, Jack Sullivan and Dale Cuinik also lingering in the forward arc, the Lions’ forward line was arguably at its strongest so far this year. “I think the rain might have stopped us from having a 25 to 30-goal win, to be honest,” Sunbury coach Rick Horwood said. “There were some really good signs. I thought we adapted well to their style ... we couldn’t see them kicking a winning score with so many numbers back.” Sunbury has firmed as favourite to claim second spot, sitting one game and almost 10 percentage points ahead of third-placed Redan.

FRANKSTON 4.4 10.5 14.7 16.8 (104) NORTHERN 1.4 4.8 5.10 13.13 (91) GOALS: Northern: Buckley 2 Wilson 2 Lambert 2 Temay 2 Graham 2 Bransgrove Bell Mitchell. Frankston: Lloyd 5 Simpson 3 Irving 3 Alwan 3 Buchan Potts. BEST: Northern: Wilson Lambert Warnock Gianfagna Graham Bell. Frankston: Hockey Simpson Kitchin Lloyd Irving Clark. At Frankston Oval. COBURG 2.2 5.5 9.8 15.11 (101) NORTH BALLARAT1.1 6.6 10.7 13.7 (85) GOALS: Coburg: Mcbean 6 Edwards 3 Maric 2 Brandt Elton Clifton McDonough. North Ballarat: Richardson 3 Searl 3 George Linke Clifton Driscoll Keeble Curnow Rippon. BEST: Coburg: Lonergan Nahas Mcbean Uysal Derickx Venditti. North Ballarat: Clifton Sewell Hoy Searl George Tate. At Mantello Holden Oval. P W L D For Agst % Pts Geelong 15 13 2 0 1809 1155 156.62 52 Williamstown 15 10 5 0 1540 1125 136.89 40 Box Hill 15 10 5 0 1498 1169 128.14 40 Casey 15 10 5 0 1514 1276 118.65 40 Port Melb. 15 8 6 1 1458 1393 104.67 34 Werribee 15 8 7 0 1552 1422 109.14 32 Collingwood 15 8 7 0 1448 1411 102.62 32 Essendon 15 7 8 0 1478 1329 111.21 28 Northern 15 7 8 0 1464 1317 111.16 28 Nth Ballarat 15 7 8 0 1321 1270 104.02 28 Frankston 15 6 9 0 1279 1537 83.21 24 Sandringham 15 5 9 1 1432 1656 86.47 22 Coburg 15 5 10 0 1258 1658 75.87 20 Bendigo 15 0 15 0 786 2119 37.09 0

TAC CUP - Round 14 CALDER 3.4 5.5 9.8 15.10 (100) SANDRINGHAM 2.2 4.4 6.6 6.9 (45) GOALS: Calder: Owen 4 Wright 3 Ahern 2 Thompson 2 Clothier Christensen Cavanagh Bonello. Sandringham: Wilson 3 Rechtman Lovejoy Cathcart. BEST: Calder: Lever Merlo Owen Jensen Carboni Clothier. Sandringham: Hodges Heatherley Daidone Maynard Rechtman Hurst. At Preston City Oval.


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P W L D For Agst % Pts 15 13 2 0 1286 848 151.65 52 15 11 4 0 1426 1095 130.23 44 15 9 6 0 1212 939 129.07 36 15 8 6 1 1323 1154 114.64 34 15 8 6 1 1267 1275 99.37 34 15 8 7 0 1378 1148 120.03 32 15 8 7 0 1259 1080 116.57 32 15 8 7 0 1008 1106 91.14 32 15 6 8 1 969 1106 87.61 26 15 5 9 1 948 1254 75.6 22 15 3 12 0 935 1258 74.32 12 15 2 13 0 670 1239 54.08 8 2 1 1 0 145 187 77.54 4 1 0 1 0 53 83 63.86 0 1 0 1 0 34 141 24.11 0

RIDDELL DISTRICT FL SUNBURY 4.3 6.4 10.5 15.5 (95) ROMSEY 1.0 4.3 5.3 5.8 (38) GOALS: Sunbury Kangaroos: R Pretty 4 J Pretty 4 R Hatty 2 K Murphy T Cuffe P Kaufmann L Dowson M Streiff. Romsey: M Davidson 2 B Scales J Mills S Green. BEST: Sunbury Kangaroos: M Welsh L Fishenden T Cuffe K Murphy B Sutherland R Johnson. Romsey: B Henderson C Robbins G Gillian C Whelan J Mills S Green. RIDDELL 2.2 8.9 9.12 14.14 (98) WALLAN 1.2 4.4 6.8 9.9 (63) GOALS: Riddell: J Nolan 6 P Robertson 3 P Sahlberg H Ross M Allen J Climas M Panuccio. Wallan: S Galea 2 K Marc 2 B Hanson L Irons R Frost J Colliss L Zerella. BEST: Riddell: B Ruffell P Sahlberg P Robertson J Climas H Ross J Krojs. Wallan: J Colliss R Frost N Goodwin L Anderson J Ruth T McMillan. RUPERTSWOOD 4.3 8.5 11.9 13.9 (87) LANCEFIELD 1.3 7.6 8.7 9.13 (67) GOALS: Rupertswood: B Brennan 4 L Brennan 2 J Corso 2 M Wilson 2 B Slater N Agnello M Gaunt. Lancefield: J Baker 3 M Swindells 2 A Laidlaw 2 J Falcone L Malone. BEST: Rupertswood: T Murphy L Muir B Swallow N Caldone T Podolczak D Morrice. Lancefield: T Fonua C Collins S Woolcock M Burkett C Burkett S Swindells.

MACEDON 0.4 1.9 3.14 9.16 (70) ROCKBANK 1.1 1.1 3.2 5.5 (35) GOALS: Macedon: A Meldrum 3 A Christiansen 2 A Fleming J Wright G Farrugia D Goodwin. Rockbank: S Wilson J Zerafa M Lynch T Sexton L Sporle. BEST: Macedon: J Wright D Goodwin J Kernan J Clough W Sanders A Meldrum. Rockbank: S Wilson M Lynch J Armistead T Mainey D Creed J Zerafa. MELTON CTRLS 3.1 4.2 5.7 6.8 (44) KILMORE 2.1 3.4 3.6 4.8 (32) GOALS: Melton Centrals: A Fenton 4 J Scott 2. Kilmore: R Peckham R Saunders J Alam Z Collier. BEST: Melton Centrals: S Frederickson M Gillman A Fenton C Carassellos C Kellett M O’Brien. Kilmore: Z Collier N Sheldon R Saunders D Clancy A Barbic R Peckham. RIDDELL Res: Sunbury Kangaroos 11.6 d Romsey 4.11, Riddell 12.8 d Wallan 6.6, Rupertswood 10.8 d Lancefield 6.4, Macedon 9.6 d Rockbank 4.3, Melton Centrals 10.11 d Kilmore 1.6/ U-18.5: Sunbury Kangaroos 11.8 d Romsey 3.5, Riddell 9.13 d Wallan 3.5, Rupertswood 15.12 d Lancefield 3.3, Macedon 22.18 d Rockbank 0.3, Woodend-Hesket 7.10 d Broadford 4.11.

BALLARAT FOOTBALL LEAGUE Darley 19.13 d Sebastopol 2.7, Lake Wendouree 11.10 d Melton 11.7, Sunbury 18.16 d Bacchus Marsh 7.6. Res: Darley 23.19 d Sebastopol 4.5, Melton 21.19 d Lake Wendouree 1.1, Sunbury 10.14 d Bacchus Marsh 7.4. U-18.5: Sebastopol 10.7 d Darley 7.10, Melton 13.14 d Lake Wendouree 2.3, Bacchus Marsh 6.6 d Sunbury 5.7. BALLARAT (Sunday): East Point 13.7 bt North Ballarat City 7.13. Res: East Point 12.12 bt North Ballarat City 8.9. U-16.5: Darley 7.8 bt Sebastopol 4.6, East Ballarat 11.14 bt Lake Wendouree 4.5, Mount Clear 7.14 bt North Ballarat 4.6, Redan 11.22 bt Ballarat 1.2.

BENDIGO FOOTBALL LEAGUE South Bendigo 18.11 d Maryborough 4.4, Golden Square 18.11 d Eaglehawk 5.16. Res:

South Bendigo 14.14 d Maryborough 1.3, Golden Square 9.4 d Eaglehawk 7.6, Kyneton 8.8 d Castlemaine 4.3. U-18: Kyneton 8.8 d South Bendigo 5.8, Golden Square 14.7 d Eaglehawk 9.5.


NORTH WEST: Semi-f: North Geelong 5.4 bt La Trobe Uni 2.2, Bendigo 15.16 bt Sunbury Lions 0.0 (0).


BALLARAT: A: Sebastopol 33 bt Darley 28, Melton 31 bt Lake Wendouree 10, Sunbury 63 bt Becchus Marsh 28. B: Darley 29 bt Sebastopol 18, Lake Wendouree 13 bt Melton 12, Sunbury 20 bt Bacchus Marsh 19. C: Darley 31 bt Sebastopol 20, Melton 15 bt Lake Wendouree 14, Bacchus Marsh 28 bt Sunbury 22.


RIDDELL: A: Sunbury 26 bt Romsey 19, Riddell 57 bt Wallan 30, Rupertswood 45 bt Lancefield 30, Macedon 13 bt Rockbank 13. B: Romsey 22 bt Sunbury 8, Riddell 44 bt Wallan 16, Rupertswood 46 bt Lancefield 15, Macedon 43 bt Rockbank 9, Melton Centrals 21 bt Kilmore 12. C: Riddell 24 bt Wallan 18, Rupertswood 25 bt Lancefield 10, Sunbury 22 bt Romsey 4, Macedon 50 bt Rockbank 14, Melton Centrals 20 bt Kilmore 16.

■ SOCCER FFV MEN: State League 3 North-West: Altona City 1 Westvale 3, Sunbury United 2 Geelong 1, Sporting Whittlesea 1 Moreland United 1, North Sunshine Eagles 1 Melbourne University 0, Cairnlea 3 Banyule City 1, Yarraville Seniors 0 Hume United 0. Res: Altona City 4 Westvale 2, North Sunshine Eagles 1 Melbourne University 4, Cairnlea 5 Banyule City 2, Yarraville Reserves 9 Hume United 0, Sunbury United 6 Geelong 0, Sporting Whittlesea 1 Moreland United 2.

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