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The summer fire threat is far from over, according to Werribee CFA. Captain Michael Wells warns that with dry grass surrounding residential areas, the potential for devastating losses remains high. While firefighters have been busy battling a 60-hectare blaze at Avalon and major fires in Riddells Creek and Kilmore, junior members like Liam and Dylan Brittian have been practising for this weekend's state championships. ■ STORY BY SUE HEWITT, PAGE 7
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call for rail tunnel as jobs solution immediately seek federal funding Minister Tony Abbott could help western for comprehensive public transport suburbs residents find work and relieve infrastructure, which has the potential pressure on the public transport system by to be genuinely transformative and investing in the metro tunnel. increase productivity and economic She urged Mr Abbott to reverse his mr abbott participation across the state,” Ms decision to cut $3 billion promised has made King said. for the project by the former Labor $3 Billion in While the state government government. remains committed to building “I know how much this kind of cuts a rail project that would increase investment would mean for local capacity on Melbourne’s rail network, workers worried about their future, the federal government has repeatedly as well as helping residents using public ruled out funding urban rail projects. transport,” Ms Ryan said. \ LAURA LITTLE Lalor Labor MP Joanne Ryan said Prime
The federal and state governments are being urged to provide funding for a metro rail tunnel to improve public transport services and boost employment in the wake of Toyota’s decision to close its Altona factory in 2017. Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) chief executive Emma King said that by investing in services and infrastructure, governments could ensure that communities hit by job losses weathered the current crisis and began to build a strong economic future. “The Victorian government should
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Werribee passengers continue to travel on packed peak-hour trains, with no increase in the number of peak services on the line since October 2010. Latest passenger load survey results from Public Transport Victoria reveal that five of Melbourne’s train lines are overcrowded during the morning and evening peaks. The surveys, conducted on 12 weekdays in October, found that nine of the Werribee line’s 41 peak-period trains were overcrowded. During the morning peak, 20 per cent of passengers travelled on overcrowded trains, while 23.8 per cent of commuters used packed evening trains. Other overcrowded lines were Dandenong, Craigieburn, Sandringham and Frankston. University student and Wyndham Transport Advisory Committee member Cameron Nash said overcrowding on the Werribee line caused delays, meaning he regularly missed his connecting train. “It can be a very frustrating ride, with the train stopping for lengthy periods at Laverton,” he said. ‘‘Generally, the Werribee train will also stop for lengthy periods before Flinders Street, causing me to miss my connection to uni.”
hrough a combination of factors, I found myself waitressing at a wedding on Valentine’s Day. It was the first time I’ve carried a tray since I was a teenager and got my first job at the local Chinese restaurant in my home town of Mildura. Back then I was excited to finally be earning a bit of pocket money and had bought a black shirt to wear, as instructed by the restaurant owner. It was only worn the once. After accidently smashing a couple of plates in the kitchen while trying to avoid the swinging service door, I was unceremoniously given the sack and sent home. Given this provenance, I was understandably anxious about helping out an event manager friend who was woefully short staffed. However, walking into the event, all nerves disappeared as I was immediately given a job and continued to work solidly for the next seven hours. Everyone was polite and respectful to me and the other staff. But chatting to the other girls afterwards, it was clear that wasn’t always the case. It made me appreciate just how hard people in hospitality work. I’ll be making sure that I’m extra polite when eating out in future. And just for the record, all plates survived intact. \ EMMA SUTCLIFFE Emma Sutcliffe is a Little River-based freelance writer. You can find her on Facebook at ‘‘Little River Emma’’.
GOT A STORY FOR US? Mr Nash said overcrowding on the line was getting worse. A spokesman for PTV said the more spacious X’Trapolis trains would be able to run on the Werribee line once infrastructure was upgraded as part of the $100 million Bayside rail improvement project. This work
is not expected to be finished until late 2015. The spokesman said the addition of two new stations, at Tarneit and Wyndham Vale in 2016, as part of the Regional Rail Link, would disperse commuters across two lines, easing overcrowding on Werribee services. \ LL
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college students fly festival flags Students from The Grange College will be front and centre when the annual Weerama Festival parade makes its way along Watton Street on March 2. The college has been chosen to lead this year’s parade, with 14 students asked to carry flags spelling out “Weerama”. Following them will be community groups and schools. This year marks the 35th anniversary of the festival. The three-day event starts on Friday, February 28, with buskers performing at Station Place from 4pm. On March 1, there will be a children’s “fun-fest” at Chirnside Park, a Bon Jovi and Pink show and other activities in Watton Street, and fireworks at Wyndham Park. The festival finishes on March 2 with the street parade at 11am and a youth talent competition. Festival director Warrick Lynch said he was confident the festival would be a fun-filled event, despite Wyndham council’s decision to cut funding from $50,985 last year to $34,650 this year, citing ‘‘tight economic times’’. \ LL » weerama.org.au
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New figures reveal Wyndham has the lowest immunisation rate in the western suburbs, with 8 per cent of children not vaccinated by the time they start school. Melton had the highest proportion of fully immunised five-year-olds: 94.34 per cent. A state government report card released last week showed 93 per cent of Victorian children were immunised before starting school this year. It wants to increase the figure to 95 per cent by 2015. Health Minister David Davis said
immunisation dates and migrant families immunisation played a crucial role in public being unfamiliar with the Australian system. health. Western suburbs mum Tasha David “Starting school means that children said parents had the right to chose are in contact with a larger number “it was a whether they vaccinated their of people, which can expose them children. to a range of potentially dangerous clear-cut The mother-of-eight, a member diseases, so making sure they decision for of an anti-immunisation group, are fully immunised is the best us” vaccinated her six eldest children but protection we can give them,” he chose not to immunise the other two. said. Ms David said she decided not to South Western Melbourne Medicare vaccinate her two youngest children after Local chief executive Linda Kensington said those who had been vaccinated developed Wyndham’s below-average immunisation rate behavioural and learning problems. could be attributed to busy parents forgetting
“It was a clear-cut decision for us. The two who are unvaccinated are completely healthy,” she said. Australian Academy of Science president Suzanne Cory urged parents to base their immunisation decisions on the best scientific evidence. Professor Cory said studies had ruled out links between vaccinations and health problems such as autism. \ LAURA LITTLE HAVE YOUR SAY
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werribee justice precinct campaign gathers pace system and needs to be as accessible as Mr Potaris said local infrastructure had traditional justice infrastructure,” Mr Potaris failed to keep up with Wyndham’s booming said. population, resulting in “patchy access to Wyndham Legal Service senior policy basic justice services”. lawyer Shona Moore said people in He said the precinct – earmarked by outer-metropolitan areas who were the Metropolitan Planning Authority “patchy unable to travel to the city had poor for a four-hectare site around the access to justice services. existing Werribee police station – access to “Considering the needed a new court house, police basic justice demographics of those living in station, Legal Aid centre and a services” outer-metropolitan areas, there is “one-stop shop” for numerous even more of a need to make sure services. access to justice is obtainable,” she said. “Access to pre and post-court services “The question of equality of the law for [including] mental health, drug and alcohol, outer-metropolitan communities needs to be welfare and housing, gambling and other one of concern to all local, state and federal services is an integral part of the justice
Key groups are stepping up a campaign for a major court, police and justice precinct in Werribee and will meet next month to hammer out their case. The Wyndham justice precinct meeting is an invitation-only event involving 30 stakeholders from business, social and legal justice services, government and health care sectors. Chris Potaris, executive director of the Committee for Wyndham, which is organising the March 28 event with the Wyndham Legal Service, says the need for the specialist precinct is urgent.
governments in Australia. Wyndham has an old and inappropriate court building that does not meet the community’s needs, limited physical presence of Legal Aid, a single community legal centre whose resources restrict its community outreach [programs], a police station that cannot even accommodate its staff and other significant challenges.” Speakers at the meeting will include Inspector Damien Christensen, Collingwood Neighbourhood Justice Centre director Kerry Walker, magistrate Noreen Toohey, Wyndham Community Legal Service manager Denis Nelthorpe, and Paul Byrne from the Metropolitan Planning Authority. \ SUE HEWITT
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the kids to babysitters at 6am because I was working as a hospital domestic and Ray was working in the abattoir,” Mrs Smith said. Tragedy struck again a few years later when their other three grandchildren – Kayla, 16, Wade, 15, and Elissa, 13 – lost their mother to cancer. The Smiths took them in and moved back to Melbourne, but as the grandchildren got older, they outgrew their modest house. Kids Under Cover has provided a relocatable one-bedroom studio with bathroom for Kayla, who is in year 12. “In this year, I need space away from others to study. The studio’s great,” Kayla said. “The others, especially grandpa, want this room and jokingly ask when I am moving out.” Kids Under Cover spokesman Martin Murley said 11 studios had been provided to families in Wyndham – often to grandparents or aunts and uncles caring for relatives. “It’s a preventative approach where providing extra accommodation keeps families together, minimising the risk of youth homelessness,’’ he said. \ SH
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BRIEFS men get new shed Wyndham Community and Education Centre has received a $28,000 state government grant to build a Men’s Shed. Community Services Minister Mary Wooldridge says the shed will help create a stronger community. “Men’s sheds provide men with opportunities to develop and use new skills, establish social networks and give back to their local community.” \ reserve opened Sports and Recreation Minister Hugh Delahunty last week opened the $3.64 million Manor Lakes Reserve. The reserve includes a full-sized football and cricket oval, pavilion with change rooms, public toilets, kiosk and social area. “The Wyndham area is Victoria’s fastest growing municipality and this facility provides a home for newly established clubs to cater for the growing number of residents looking to get involved in a range of sports,” Mr Delahunty said. \
Raymond Beasley and Heidi Gray are used to cutting other people’s hair. But on Sunday, March 30, the Werribee hairdressers will hand over their scissors and clippers to whoever can raise the most money for the Leukaemia Foundation. Ms Gray says the pair decided to take part in the World’s Greatest Shave because some of their clients are terminally ill with cancer. “We wanted to raise as much money as possible, so whoever raises the most money can shave our heads.” The shave will be at the Park Hotel in Werribee from noon. \ LL
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Werribee River Association has welcomed a unique agreement to help wetland birds at a bluestone quarry. According to Werribee riverkeeper John Forrester, Holcim Quarries and BirdLife Australia have signed a three-year national agreement to work together to improve awareness of threats to wetland birds. “Werribee has been chosen as a trial project under the agreement for all Holcim sites across Australia and ... urban wetland birds will be the focus,” Mr Forrester said. He said Werribee was an important site because it was close to suburbia where birdlife could be easily identified and data could be added to BirdLife Australia’s knowledge about newly created wetlands and the habitat. Holcim quarry staff will this year take part in bird identification workshops, visit sites of importance and assist in a planting day along Cheetham Creek in Point Cook. The community will also have the chance to be involved. \ SH
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I’m really looking forward to seeing this come to fruition after waiting five years. The community is really
going to benefit from having a large shopping complex as there will be more jobs. I know – I will be applying for anything and everything. JUST ME \ VIA WEB TOYOTA TO EXIT AUSTRALIA (Weekly, February 12) Typical from the ALP, as we can see from Kim Carr’s disgraceful comments. Let’s pretend that Labor wasn’t in power when Ford made the decision to cease production in Australia. Let’s pretend that a three-month old Coalition government was to blame for Holden’s decision to leave the country, not the previous six-year Labor administration. Large corporations like Holden and Toyota make decisions on their future years in advance – not all of a sudden as Kim Carr would have us believe. The automotive manufacturers in Australia made their decision to cease manufacturing many years ago.
They plan for many years in the future and would never suddenly make the choice to pull up stumps after a moment’s thought. The blame for the loss of tens of thousands of automotive jobs lies squarely with the ALP. Its policies and trade union mates’ behaviour is the reason for the loss of this important sector. TONY A \ VIA WEB WYNDHAM ENERGY BILLS (Weekly, February 12) Energy and other infrastructure lasts about 50 years. It not only must be replaced and maintained at a rate of 2 per cent a year, but extended at almost 2 per cent a year due to population growth. It’s not the actual costs of power but the infrastructure that is prohibitively expensive. Wyndham is at the coalface of population growth, being a high-growth corridor. In the past, immigration built our nation and created economies
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‘infrastructure included’ Committee for Wyndham executive director Chris Potaris said that while The western suburbs could benefit from welcome, the government’s in-kind scheme a system that allows developers to build was not entirely new. infrastructure themselves, rather than “Enlightened local governments have paying money to the state government to been doing this for a number of years with fund the work. excellent results,” he said. Planning Minister Matthew Guy said Mr Potaris said a positive result of Wyndham could benefit from a the scheme would be a guarantee “road overpass” built by private that monies raised within a enterprise. community were spent in the transport Mr Guy’s spokeswoman, same community. could be a Rochelle Jackson, refused to say “The alternative is that the beneficiary where the overpass might be developer pays the GAIC built. (Growth Areas Infrastructure But one option would put it in Contribution), which then goes Wyndham as a trade-off for works into consolidated revenue with no in-kind rather than developer funds being guarantees that it comes back to the paid to the government. community.” “As people move in to new suburbs, we Mr Potaris said a new scheme could want them to have immediate and easy work if there wasn’t “unnecessary red tape, access to connected roads and transport, supervision or administration costs”. employment opportunities and nearby He said the government must ensure the community facilities,” Mr Guy said. process was transparent, consultative and “Through growth areas infrastructure used in the best and most efficient way for contribution works-in-kind, we can deliver residents. \ SUE HEWITT infrastructure alongside new housing, removing the costly need to acquire land HAVE YOUR SAY later and ensuring better integration of www.wyndhamweekly.com.au public and private facilities.”
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Western Bulldogs player Mitch Wallis (pictured) came face to face with Werribee Open Range Zoo’s resident Bulldogs supporter – an Eastern barred bandicoot named Heywood Gia – during a visit last week. Wallis and teammate Adam Cooney visited the zoo as part of the club’s annual Bulldog Blitz to encourage supporters to “love their locals”. Zoo spokeswoman Kimberley Polkinghorne said the bandicoots used to live in the grasslands of western Victoria, but now existed only in zoos and predator-proof release sites. The Western Bulldogs are encouraging people to help the zoo’s captive breeding program by collecting five-cent coins for a “Common Cents Challenge”. \ LL » zoo.org.au
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yndham Vale resident Bev Edwards is known for her community commitment. A local of 38 years, she loves volunteering at the Victoria State Rose Garden in Werribee Park. ‘‘I always come home feeling better,” she says.
How do you spend your downtime? My husband and I like walking around Werribee South, particularly along the foreshore. We also like walking along the paths and parkland in Wyndham Green estate. What’s your favourite place to get coffee and a bite to eat? We like to pop into Wyndham Cache for a coffee or lunch. They also sell lovely produce and we get fresh eggs there.
What’s your connection to the community? I volunteer at the rose garden with my husband, Neil. We’ve been volunteering there since 2000. We work in the garden on Wednesdays and attend to the roses – there are 5500 of them. Once a month, we hold a barbecue in the garden and I make my own hamburgers, which everyone calls ‘‘Bev’s burgers’’. I also volunteer on the Old “I COULD Geelong Road site where the B24 Liberator, a World SEE THE War II plane, has been restored. I work in the shop YOU YANGS” there and sell bits and pieces related to the plane. I’m happy to put my hand up for anything ... I take pleasure in helping people.
What would you like to change in your neighbourhood? I’d like to see more parking in Werribee’s CBD. We’re always driving around and around trying to find a parking spot. Werribee River should be taken care of, as it’s a nice spot. People are working on it but it’s an asset to the area and should be continually maintained.
What do you love about your neighbourhood? Our estate is in a quiet area with a lot of parkland and good neighbours. We have buses and a train station is coming soon.
houses and I could see the You Yangs. But now it is new estates everywhere and they’re hidden. There was no supermarket either, but now we have everything. \
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Jayla Tran is only seven but has already had a hit with a world-class tennis ace, meeting former Australian star Alicia Molik at Sanctuary Lakes Tennis Club last Monday. Jayla was named the MLC Tennis Hot Shot of the Year. As a reward, she and four friends enjoyed a lesson with the Australian Fed Cup captain. The Point Cook P-9 College pupil was recognised for her outstanding participation, enthusiasm and dedication to the Tennis Australia Hot Shots program. “I loved having a hit with Alicia,” Jayla said. “She’s amazing and she gave me some great tips to help improve my game.” Club manager Dan Tipples said many youngsters had joined the junior tennis program recently. \ SH
“It hit Harry with such ferocity that I didn’t have a chance to protect him,” she Wyndham council officers have come said. under fire after a dog attacked a loved “It grabbed his shoulder then Harry’s family pet, ripping its chest open and chest and latched on, trying to shake him.” leaving its owners with a huge vet bill. People from the house jumped Emma Leunig said her boxer on the attacking dog, kicking it Harry was mauled in Riversdale savagely, but it hung on, she said. “to my Drive, Werribee, on January 30 When it finally let go, a man husband and despite reporting immediately, it took a week for and i, harry is she presumed was the owner yelled at her to run, so she said council rangers to visit. our son” she picked up Harry and ran She said council staff apologised while calling her husband for help. for the delay and said it was because Harry underwent emergency they were “understaffed”. surgery at Melbourne University’s “This is a dangerous dog and even if the Werribee veterinary hospital and was kept owners have moved it from their property, overnight because vets suspected he’d it is somewhere out there in the community suffered a heart attack. posing a threat to children, pets and “It was a horrific attack, but where is the people,” Ms Leunig said. council follow-up?” Ms Leunig said. “It’s “Harry is a rescue dog, but to my pathetic.” husband and I, he’s our son.” Wyndham council did not respond Ms Leunig said she was walking Harry before the Weekly went to print. \ on lead about 9.30pm when the other SUE HEWITT dog “charged” through the open door of a house in Riversdale Drive and attacked HAvE YouR sAY without warning. www.wyndhamweekly.com.au
where the attacking dog had come from had previously menaced a child. Ms Thompson said: ‘‘There have been no reports of a child being attacked by a dog at this premises. However, a menacing dog at large was seized in this vicinity by council officers in October last year. This dog was subsequently euthanased.” \ SUE HEWITT
Wyndham council has confirmed that “menacing dogs” were seized near the house where a savage dog recently attacked a pet, causing it serious injury. Council chief executive Kerry Thompson said the animals were seized before the horrific January 30 attack that left a pet boxer with serious chest injuries. But she did not say whether the animals were from the same property as the dog responsible for the attack. Despite claims by Werribee pet owner Emma Leunig that the council failed to act immediately, Ms Thompson said staff acted upon the complaint within “one working day”. Ms Leunig had claimed that council staff told her no one was able to respond to her complaint because of staff shortages. But, in a statement provided 10 days after the Weekly asked for a response, Ms Thompson said: “Wyndham City responded to the dog attack within one business day, immediately after it was reported. An investigation is currently under way and Ms Leunig is being kept informed of its progress.” Ms Leunig said she feared for children in the area and believed a dog at the address
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re you here about what happened last night?” Julie asks from behind the glass. It’s a balmy December evening in St Albans and the Weekly has come looking for the railway station’s last line of defence: two Protective Services Officers going by the names of Kevin and Kuldeep. The duo are among 586 PSOs working across 82 stations. Julie spent much of 2013 sitting behind the protective glass of Metro’s St Albans ticket booth after moving from North Melbourne, and she’s noticed a calmer environment since PSOs began patrolling among the swarm of commuters who flow through the station between 6pm and the last train each night. Despite an Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency survey released last month that revealed a significant decline in Victorian commuters feeling safe on public transport (24.2 per cent) compared to 2008-09 figures (27.9 per cent), Julie believes there’s been a positive change. “A few people say to me they feel safer [at St Albans station]. There’s been quite a few issues.” Like last night’s armed robbery when two PSOs helped police chase down a pair of would-be thieves at a supermarket across the street. While the PSOs’ lines of enforcement outside the station are intentionally vague, assisting police is one of the tasks required alongside their chief concern: creating an atmosphere of safety. In that sense it’s been mission accomplished, although Julie would like to see the state government go a step further and staff PSOs from “the first train to the last”. She’s not naive enough to think local crime has been
HAPPY IN THE SERVICE Protective services officers are on track to achieving commuter safety, writes BEN CAMERON curbed, though. It’s just moved to another location, or to an earlier time slot. “Drug and alcohol-affected people don’t have a time frame,” she says. “It just means the crime happens earlier in the day.” A wave of commuters bustle through the station’s sliding doors, and among them are the PSOs the Weekly is seeking. “Checking tickets isn’t our primary concern, safety is,” Kuldeep says when asked to define his new role overseeing the transportation of this community: refugees, the unemployed, workers, those on low incomes, the high, the low and the just plain drunk and restless. “The crime has moved away from the station, and onto the trains ... to other areas and to other times,” adds Kevin, who at age 41 left a much safer desk job in computer science in January to patrol both here and at Watergardens station. His girlfriend was not impressed with his career change. In November, a Fairfax Media report revealed assaults and thefts at railway stations hit a five-year high in the first year PSOs were deployed. “She was scared at the time,” says Kevin. “She was always thinking the worst-case scenario, that I might get stabbed, bashed or shot even. But it’s been alright, she’s sort of adjusting. It’s mostly assaults and petty crime [you deal with]. I enjoy the direct contact I have with people. You can see the impact you have on the community.” Kuldeep is in no doubt he made the right move giving up his job as a door-to-door salesman with Telstra. “I love my job, mate,” he says sincerely. “Ninety per cent of people don’t have a problem with us; 10
Above and inset: Kevin at St Albans train station. (MICHAEL COPP)
per cent do.” From escorting the overindulged into ambulances to busting serial fare evaders with outstanding warrants, the work is niche but rarely boring. PSOs have also reported incidents where they had to talk people around from attempting suicide. Praise for their work has been rare, yet some has come from unlikely sources. A few months ago, Kevin says he was approached by a career criminal. “This guy was a crook with a long history of crime, and he comes up to me and says, ‘I don’t like you guys, I don’t need you, but I now realise my kids need you’.” Both PSOs say they have built a rapport with their travelling community. As we watch a train disappear into the distance, a female commuter on her way home from the gym comes over for a 10-minute chat. She’s probably not one of the 51.2 per cent who said in the survey they felt safer walking home at night than on public transport. Asked about his method of charming more difficult members of the public, Kevin says: “I use the attitude test. I usually give them a warning if they give me no lip. If people admit their mistake we let them off. “There was one kid who jumped onto the tracks to cross to the other side, just before a train came. I said, ‘What did you do that for?’ And he said he had to go to the toilet.” Kevin smiles, but admits it’s not so easy with the drunks. “We don’t let the drunks off. We can hold up the train if we have to. We had to drag a guy off the train once because he was drunk.” Armed with all the tools of the standard police officer – handgun, baton and capsicum spray – these two take
on a handful of incidents for each 10-hour shift and, on average, make one arrest a week. “There was one guy, a regular on the line, who was assaulting young girls,” Kevin says. “He was asking girls to be in photos with him, you know, selfies, but he was grabbing them on the breasts. He was in his 70s.” Kevin says PSOs have essentially wiped out response times to train station crime. “We can get involved in an incident straightaway,” he says. “And people have somebody to tell straightaway ... before, when the police arrived they were picking up the pieces.” He’s not surprised there’s been a spike in assaults (716 up from 645) and thefts (472 up from 352) at stations over the past year. “A lot more is being reported and recorded.” However, robberies at stations have dropped from 184 to 126. Suddenly, a group of young men sprawled on the ground on the opposite side of the tracks catches Kuldeep’s attention. One in particular, is slumped against the fence with a hat pulled down over his face. “We better check this one out,” he says to his offsider. As we cross the tracks, the Weekly points out four men drinking under some trees across the road. One sits in his wheelchair with beer in hand. “Oh, yeah, there’s going to be heaps [of drunks tonight] ...” Kevin says. It turns out the young man is only resting in the heat after a hard day’s shopping, and what looked like a slab of beer at his feet was only a case of tinned vegetables. It sums up a quiet shift so far. “Ninety-nine per cent of the time there’s not much that happens ... and for the other time that’s when people need ya. But I’d like to see PSOs [working at stations] all the time; it has to happen eventually,” Kevin says. \ firstname.lastname@example.org FEBRUARY 19, 2014 \ WYNDHAM WEEKLY 13
high expectations for ‘the only show’ in town POINT COOK
A little breezy Retired group captain Ron Gretton, retired air vice marshal Mark Skidmore and retired wing commander Geoff Matthews have built a replica of the first plane to fly over Point Cook in 1914. (SUPPLIED)
needed a flat field for a runway, but now, because it’s only 4800 feet [1.5 kilometres] long, a lot of aircraft can’t land at Point Cook.” The air show will feature a replica of the Bristol Boxkite, built over the past five years
by ex-air force engineers. There will also be a full-scale mock-up of a F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the air force’s future aircraft. Tickets are $30 for adults and $10 for children and include the cost of public
transport and shuttle buses from Williams Landing and several stops in Point Cook. \ LAURA LITTLE » ticketmaster.com.au or airforce.gov.au
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Next month’s Centenary of Military Aviation Air Show at Point Cook will be a contrast between old and new, according to the man in charge of the Royal Australian Air Force’s special events. Air Commodore Philip Byrne says the March 1-2 celebration will be a “one-in-100-year event”, adding there has never been an Australian event featuring so much military history. “This is the only show to go to. I think people will be blown away,” he said. “There have been 200 aircraft used by the Royal Australian Air Force in 100 years and 60 of them will be at the show.” Air Commodore Byrne said it was fitting that the event, which had been several years in the making, was being held at the birth place of the Royal Australian Air Force. The celebration marks 100 years since the first military flight in Australia, when Lieutenant Eric Harrison took to the skies above Point Cook in a Bristol Boxkite. Air Commodore Byrne said while the role of the Point Cook RAAF base had changed since 1914, it remained at the heart of the air force. “100 years ago it was perfect because you
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Back inside, the Tasmanian oak kitchen is ready to be enjoyed. It includes stainless-steel appliances (canopy rangehood, Blanco 900mm stainless-steel upright oven with six-burner gas cooktop, Fisher & Paykel dual-drawer stainless-steel dishwasher), stainless-steel splashback, dual pantries, space for a double fridge and open shelving. The sleeping wing, to the right of the family room, includes two double bedrooms with built-in robes; study or fourth bedroom; toilet; and bathroom with floating vanity, bath, glass-framed shower with wall niches, and slate-tiled floor. The main bedroom, opposite
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Hoppers Crossing 5 Waterside Close
Stylish Living With Parkland Views Positioned in an elite and quiet court in the Kingston Gardens Estate is this showcase family home boasting premium quality fittings and lifestyle that many would only dream of! Comprising three large fitted bedrooms plus study or potential 4th bedroom, downstairs master with ensuite, great sized formal living zones or theatre room and an impressive open plan of family and meals areas plus a great sized kitchen offering plenty of bench and cupboard space. Upstairs offers another separate living area, two bedrooms and an abundance of storage and roof access. Features include ducted heating, evaporative cooling, Italian polished porcelain tiles, high ceilings, infinity hot water service and rainwater tank. It doesn’t stop there… Outside is everything you would ever want! A double remote garage with drive through access to a 12m x 5m (approx) entertaining area or space for another four cars, neat landscape and resort style gardens with artificial lawns. Inspect this showcase family home today!
191 Watton Street, Werribee 6 Reviewproperty.com.au \ FEBRUARY 19, 2014
Private Sale Contact Agent Inspect
Sat 1-1.30pm Photo ID required
Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 James Antonio 0401 889 248
your property agent™
ypa.com.au Auction This Saturday
Werribee 31 Parker Street
Pristine Presentation, Picture Perfect Establishment! Set on an approximately 1020m2 allotment in central Werribee amongst matured surroundings is this superb property with originality. Terracotta tiles, 9ft ceilings, decorative cornicing, loaded with character & beautiful contemporary décor inside such as a stunning hostess kitchen offering abundance of cupboard space with double SS ovens, Asko dishwasher, SS gas cooktop, porcelain tiled splashbacks, halogen lighting throughout, classy light fittings & the list goes on… ducted heating, 3 air conditioning reverse cycle split systems, ducted vacuum & security system. Presenting an open plan formal lounge room leading through to the tiled family meals area, 3 large bedrooms all with built-in robes, central modern bathroom, a fantastic storage room/attic in roof & a great size laundry with plenty of storage space. Outdoors enjoy entertaining the family/guests with a sensational timber decked entertainment area with its own fixed rangehood for your BBQ, a driveway to accommodate a caravan, boat, trailer & cars, double remote garage, fantastic kids cubby house, grey watering system with pumps, 20,000L inground watering tank & meticulous breathtaking landscaped gardens perfectly up-kept by the current house-proud owners. An awesome position within walking distance to Werribee River bike trails, walking tracks, Werribee CBD cafés/restaurants, public transport & schools.
191 Watton Street, Werribee
This Saturday at 12noon (Unless sold prior)
Price Range Contact Agent Inspect
Sat 11.30-12noon Photo ID required
Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 James Antonio 0401 889 248
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Hoppers Crossing 65 Dowling Avenue
Perfectly Positioned In The Lovely Cambridge Estate! The ideal home with its large living spaces inside and out is on offer for that family looking to grow or astute investor looking to reap the rewards. Presenting four fitted bedrooms, ensuite to master, lovely separate lounge area and family with adjoining dining/study area. Renovated stone kitchen and good size meals area. Appointments include gas ducted heating, cooling, timber blinds throughout and parquetry floors in living zones. It doesnâ€™t stop there, the home also boats a pergola area, double garage with drive through access and a double door entry, great for security. Set on a fantastic size allotment of 780m2 approx, and with schools, public transport and shops only a short walk away, what more could you wish for?
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Private Sale $395,000 - $415,000 Inspect
Sat 12.15-12.45pm Photo ID required
Leslie Goodwin 0419 110 582 Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475
your property agentâ„˘
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Werribee 32 Carter Avenue
Brilliant Carter Home Going Under The Hammer! Proudly presenting this character filled Carter family home established perfectly, with no stone left unturned and all the hard work done. Four fitted bedrooms, three with built-in robes and master with a large walk-in robe and full ensuite including spa bath, formal lounge or theatre room and an open plan family meals arrangement leading through to a rumpus room. Executive appointments include a modern hostess kitchen with an abundance of cupboard space and large walk-in pantry, stainless steel 900mm gas oven and cooktop, dishwasher, ducted heating, split system air conditioning, alarm system, 9ft ceilings throughout, beautiful polished timber floors and the list goes on. Outdoors a Merbau timber decked alfresco area overlooks a landscaped garden with shade sails and a single garage with room for a workshop. This home is only a stoneâ€™s throw away from all amenities, positioned south side of Synnot Street amongst house-proud owners and presents stunning!
191 Watton Street, Werribee
This Saturday at 11am (Unless sold prior)
Price Range Contact Agent Inspect
Sat 10.30-11am Photo ID required
Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 James Antonio 0401 889 248
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Tarneit 67 Rosegrange Boulevard
A Family Home That Ticks All The Boxes Classy contemporary design with all the luxuries one can desire. Fit for the growing family with four spacious fitted bedrooms and, master with ensuite and walk-in robe. Gorgeous contemporary kitchen with an open plan spacious family/meals arrangement contains stainless steel appliances, ducted heating, evaporative cooling and security system. Multiple living zones include a formal lounge, open plan family area that leads out to an all-weather alfresco area, ideal for year-round entertaining and enjoying the fully established and low maintenance gardens on approx 590m2 land. This beautiful east-facing home is within close proximity to the future Tarneit railway station, walking trails, quality schools, Wyndham Village Shopping Centre and easy freeway access from Leakes Rd and Sayers Rd.
Private Sale $440,000 - $465,000 Inspect
Sat 2-2.30pm Photo ID required
Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475 James Antonio 0401 889 248
Point Cook 81 Hemsley Promenade
Lap Of Luxury In Your Own Urban Secluded Paradise! Presenting a magnificent lifestyle with this gorgeous family home in a picturesque prestige location, with parklands/wetlands right opposite & all amenities one could ask for only minutes away. Stunning contemporary dĂŠcor such as polished Tas Oak timber floors throughout, exquisite gloss kitchen, floor to ceiling tiled bathrooms, ducted heating, evap cooling, security system, high ceilings, double oversized remote garage with rear/internal access & the most incredible indoor IG heated LAP POOL & spa with their own private bathroom. Five bedrooms, ensuite & WIR to master, formal lounge/dining, hotel style bathroom, a massive open plan family meals area, and outdoors a no maintenance timber decked area perfect for your BBQ/outdoor setting surrounded by neat manicured gardens.
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Private Sale Contact Agent Inspect
Sat 10-10.30am Photo ID required
Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
your property agentâ„˘
Werribee 16 Ballan Road
Affordable And Well-Located This exceptional and centrally located home has so much to offer and would make an ideal home or investment. Offering 2 bedrooms plus study or potential 3rd bedroom, large formal lounge and a central kitchen with gas appliances. Built with quality the home offers gas heating, solid brick and terracotta roof construction, 9ft ceilings, corner allotment, garage. Currently leased until November 2014 at 260pw it makes the ideal investment or for those looking to enter the property market. Located within close proximity to Werribee Racecourse, Werribee Train Station and Werribee CBD, Thomas Chirnside Primary School, Manorvale Primary School, Werribee Recreation Centre and Werribee River. It’s a certainty that this one won’t last long, call to inspect today!
Private Sale $250,000 - $279,000 Inspect
Sat 1.45-2.15pm Photo ID required
Tony Vercher 0421 734 414 James Antonio 0401 889 248
Hoppers Crossing 1 Cation Avenue
Lovely Home, Close To All Amenities! On offer is a lovely first home or smart investor’s choice. Situated in the heart of Hoppers Crossing and only a short walk to schools, shops and public transport. Presenting three bedrooms, large lounge area and neat kitchen opening up onto a meals arrangement. Appointments include ducted heating, cooling, alarm system, intercom, large shed, pergola area, landscaped gardens back and front, and feel safe as ever with a gated front fence. Located in a nice quiet street and over road from a park with kids playground, and also a lovely place for a BBQ or picnic.
191 Watton Street, Werribee
Private Sale $320,000 - $339,000 Inspect
Sat 11.30-12noon Photo ID required
Leslie Goodwin 0419 110 582 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
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Tarneit 1 Sandalwood Circuit
The Pinnacle Of Luxury Living With its modern inspired colour schemes, the open Private Sale interior plan features a 2-pack hostess kitchen adjoining Inspect meals & family room, separate formal living, ensuite to master BR & there is also a study. Includes ducted heating & cooling, alarm, powered roller shutters, solar Contact electricity system & oversized auto double garage with internal access. Outdoors offers a pergola, feature walls, decked planter boxes & powered weather blind.
Tarneit 4 Governor Close
Contact Agent By appointment Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475
Tarneit Splendour In An Amazing Location! A fantastic first home or investment opportunity Private Sale positioned in a quiet court with schools, public Inspect transport, Werribee River bike trails, parklands & Tarneit West SC all within walking distance. Spacious fitted BRs, ensuite, study, formal lounge, kitchen/meals area, split Contact system heating & cooling, floating floor boards, double remote garage, stencilled concrete area perfect for the outdoor setting/BBQ area & a very generous backyard.
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2 Tarneit 5 Leda Drive Perfect Presentation In The Rosegrange Estate This home comprises 3 fitted BRs, the master also Private Sale entails a FES, while the open plan design offers a Inspect generous modern laminate kitchen adjoining meals & large main living room. Ducted heating & split system cooling also feature, while outdoors, the established Contact gardens are great for the kids to run free in full view of the parents! A lock-up garage also keeps the car happy too! Superbly presented in a brilliant location.
2 Hoppers Crossing 9 Bloxham Court Live In Cambridge On Nearly 1200m2!
$335,000 - $355,000 Sat 11.30-12noon Photo ID required Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475
This home is ready and waiting for its next lucky owner. Private Sale Comprising 4 BRs, master with ensuite, sep study, formal Inspect lounge, recently renovated kitchen adjoining meals & 2nd separate living or rumpus room. Both ducted heating & cooling are here also. Outdoors offers a huge Contact covered pergola & enclosed IG heated pool, and double garage. Set on a huge 1189m2 approx, conveniently located in a quiet court a short stroll to Werribee Plaza.
$310,000 - $329,000 Sat 1.15-1.45pm Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Leslie Goodwin 0419 110 582
$445,000 - $465,000 Sat 12.15-12.45pm Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Leslie Goodwin 0419 110 582
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Werribee South 3 Bream Walk
Splendour In The Werribee South Coast This luxury residence features solid Tas Oak flooring & Private Sale a detailed solid timber staircase, 2-pack kitchen Inspect adjoining open meals room with attached study alcove & separate formal living. The master suite includes ensuite & there are a total of 3 bathrooms. Contact The huge pergola is ideal for entertaining & can act as an additional carport on top of the adjoining garage complete with internal, auto & rear access.
Werribee 2 Villa Walk
$475,000 - $495,000 Sat 10.45-11.15am Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 James Antonio 0401 889 248
Exquisite, Picturesque Establishment! This stunning family home features 3 fitted BRs, ensuite Private Sale & WIR to master, study/4th BR, formal lounge with OFP & Inspect formal dining, open plan family/meals area, all-weather entertainment area & double remote garage with rear access. Includes Tas Oak timber floors in living areas, Tas Contact Oak timber kitchen, heating, cooling, 2 sheds & more. Set on approx 1011m2, close to parks, schools, Werribee River bike trails/walking tracks, shops & all amenities.
191 Watton Street, Werribee
2 Hoppers Crossing 7 Angela Drive One House Proud Owner Since Built!
$500,000 - $550,000 Sat 10-10.30am Photo ID required Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
Set on a whopping 750m2 in an established location is Private Sale this fantastic BV home in pristine condition presenting Inspect 3 fitted BR, ensuite to master, open plan lounge & a tiled kitchen meals area. Features ducted heating, gas cooking, an array of plum trees, matured landscape & Contact enough room for kicking a footy, building a workshop/garage or possible subdivision (STCA). Near all amenities, parks, public transport, schools & shops.
2 Truganina 8 Cabarita Street Young & Vibrant 4 Bedroom Family Treasure
$300,000 - $315,000 By appointment Photo ID required Bassam Tofaili 0411 449 821 Tony Vercher 0421 734 414
This generously proportioned family home comprises 4 Private Sale BRs, the master features a WIR & FES, while the open plan design boast a huge living area, meals room & large Inspect hostess kitchen. Ducted gas heating & evap cooling also feature, while the double garage boasts direct internal Contact access. Outdoors, an under cover decked pergola, all set on 522m2 approx. There is also the opportunity to create unrestricted side access, perfect for caravan/boat access.
Contact Agent Sat 1.45-2.15pm Photo ID required John Camilleri 0414 778 940 Kirsty Cunningham 0414 344 475
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8256 1111 micmpointcook.com.au
52 Fongeo Drive, Point Cook
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6 Malibu Blvd, Point Cook
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PRIVATE SALE Inspect:
Sat 22nd Feb 12:45 pm - 1:15 pm
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Shop 9, Boardwalk Central Shopping Centre 48 Tom Roberts Parade, Point Cook VIC 3030 14 Reviewproperty.com.au \ FEBRUARY 19, 2014
1/7 Dewan Ave, Werribee
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15 Manna Way, Point Cook
PRIVATE SALE Inspect:
Sat 22nd Feb 11:15 am - 11:45 am
$225,000 - $245,000
Call now for an inspection
Quader Syed 0417 301 174 Will Jiang 0478 881 375
8256 1111 micmpointcook.com.au
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Shop 9, Boardwalk Central Shopping Centre 48 Tom Roberts Parade, Point Cook VIC 3030
Call now for an inspection
Quader Syed 0417 301 174 Will Jiang 0478 881 375
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4A 2B 1C 1D
Tranquil River Setting
TaRneiT 100 Riversdale Drive
This contemporary home in a sought after location comprises 4 spacious bedrooms incl huge master his/ hers WiR & ensuite, open study, kitchen meals & family room that overlooks landscaped gardens through the decked alfresco area & year round comfort is ensured with ducted heat & cool & the multiple living zones.
Price $525,000 - $555,000 Saturday 22nd February 1.00pm
PRDnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/werribee James Ferris 0419 323 179 firstname.lastname@example.org
4A 2B 2C
Family friendly court location
Wyndham Vale 7 melliodora Court
Tucked away in a quiet court, this well presented 4 bedroom, home with 2 bathrooms offers great value. Boasting formal & informal living areas, ducted heating & split system cooling. The large outdoor entertaining is the ideal place for those family BBQ’s. also including established gardens, double lock up garage & short stroll to shops, schools & transport.
Price $365,000 - $385,000 Saturday 22nd February 10.45am
PRdnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street, 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/werribee James Ferris 0419 323 179 email@example.com
3A 2B 2C
Bright & Spacious
Wyndham Vale 5 Silver Gum Street
This young home offers 3 spacious bedrooms, the master with en-suite & WIR, high ceilings, open kitchen with s/s appliances, glass splashback & breakfast bar, duct heat, split system cooling, security system, double remote garage & lots more! Only a short walk to shops & schools & the new train station, this home is a must on your to see list. 16 Reviewproperty.com.au \ FEBRUARY 19, 2014
Price $349,000 Saturday 22nd February 12.00pm
PRdnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/werribee mathew muir 0431 574 981 firstname.lastname@example.org
4A 2B 2C
Hoppers Crossing 26 Doris Drive
Yes that’s right! 739sqm of land to play with! The existing four bedroom home has fantastic tenants currently paying $1282 per month and is managed by PRD Nationwide. It’s centrally located and close to all amenities including the Werribee Plaza, so get your draftsmen to have a look at this one.
price $394,000 Saturday 22nd February 10.00am
prDnationwide Werribee 2/85 Synnot Street, 9742 7557 prdnationwide.com.au/werribee Ash Taylor 0407 808 233 email@example.com
Landmark ProPerty With deveLoPment PotentiaL Offered for sale for the first time since its construction in 1933. A unique and stylish residential complex in a garden setting. Within a short walk of Werribee Railways Station and Shopping Centre and a stone’s throw from river parkland reserves. The property’s size and central corner location allows potential for re-development (STCA) Main Residence: The stately Spanish style home consist of 6 main rooms and features ornate ceilings, lead-light doors and windows, cedar picture rails and imposing fireplaces. Units: Two x 2 bedroom units comprising lounge, kitchen, hall and bathroom. Land: Approx 1331m²
'La Paloma', 24 Market Road, Werribee $950,000
0400 355 610
0414 603 605
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The ‘can do’ agents.....
Thinking of selling? Want great results?
Call the team at Sweeney on 9974 0922 or 0407 445 567 23 Princes Highway, Werribee Follow us on 18 Reviewproperty.com.au \ FEBRUARY 19, 2014
The ‘can do’ agents.....
14 Haven Court
A4 B2 C2 D
Designer living at its very best in a premier location • At the very first glance this “presentation plus“ family home will certainly impress • Formal lounge and dining with a modern style decor, ornate fireplace and mantel • Kitchen will “wow” the entertainer, European appl, island granite benchtops & W.I.P. • Informal living comprises of spacious family room, meals area, all with views through to the picture book gardens and alfresco entertaining • Ducted heating, central cooling, quality drapes & fittings, o/size remote double garage with rear access.......all set in one of Werribee’s best court locations Follow us on
For Sale Inspect Office Contact
$750.000 - $790,000 Saturday 1.30 - 1.45pm 23 Princes Highway, Werribee. 03 9974 0922 Peter Richardson 0412 327 835 Steven Richardson 0407 445 567
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The ‘can do’ agents.....
Tarneit 11 Moonlight Place
A 4 B 2 C 2 D Tarneit 23 Cadell Avenue
A4 B2 C2 D
Your private oasis awaits! 4 bedroom home on 710m2 approx. with pool and spa.
Modern, great value home with extensive spaces!
• Landscaped entry, nothing do but move in and enjoy! bytothe ‘can do’ agents..... • Boasting 2 living spaces, with fire place, and formal dining • Designer kitchen with butler’s pantry is the heart of this stunning home • Master suite provides excessive robing, ensuite and direct access to alfresco • Further double bedrooms complimented by central bathroom and seperate WC • Alfresco leads out to pool and spa decking, perfect for summer entertaining. • In the Seasons Estate, lush walkways, with Thomas Carr, Baden Powell & Westbourne
• Perfect for those wanting by to upgrade anddo’ place their own flair on a blank canvas the ‘can agents..... • Boasting 2 living zones plus study. Central heating and split system cooling. • Northerly master suite with ensuite and WIR • Further bedrooms via private hallway with central bathroom • Hostess open plan kitchen adjacent tiled dining space • Overlooking alfresco area and lush backyard • Walk to Tarneit Gardens SC, exceptional schools & future station
For Sale Inspect Office Contact
For Sale Inspect Office Contact
$475,000-$499,000 Call 97490010 for inspection times Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Ruby Sweeney 0425 791 050 Tracey Dean 0433 279 103
Tarneit 3 St Patricks Place
$350,000-$375,000 Call 97490010 for inspection times Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Ruby Sweeney 0425 791 050 Tracey Dean 0433 279 103
A 4 B 2 C 2 Tarneit 33 Lofty Road
A4 B2 C2 D
Grandeur in all regard, one of St James Wood’s finest family homes
27sq (approx.) 3 living zones, 560m2 approx.
• Master suite inc. WIR & extra-large ensuite,do’ further bdrs all have excessive robing by the ‘can agents..... • Light and bright central bathroom provides for convenient living • Oversized kitchen features island bench and s/s appliances • Formal living, theatre room, bar and separate dining/meals area • Outdoor retreat & pool feat. extensive decking, perfect for outdoor dining • Positioned in one of Tarneit’s supreme estates, sitting on 860m2 of land approx. • On the doorstep of local shops, transport and schools
• Located in The Rise by the ‘can do’ agents..... • Expansive northerly in this flowing floorplan • Massive master bedroom suite, rumpus room • Hostess kitchen o/looking outdoor ent. area • Lg, yard, remote dbl garage, central heat • Nnear & zoned for exceptional schools • Walking to Tarneit Gardens Shopping Complex
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Saturday, 14 December 2013 12:00 PM$360,000-$396,000 Call 97490010 for inspection times Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010
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A 4 B 2 C 2 Tarneit 881 Sayers Road
Updated and renovated, this property offers the benefits of a new home while sitting in a well established location
A4 B2 C2
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• Renovated allowing the astute purchaser to simply move in and enjoy • 4 large bedrooms, each with ample robing, master with ensuite • 2 living spaces providing flexible floorplan • Modern kitchen overlooking meals/living and entertaining area • 616m2 of prime terra firma in a quiet court location • Double garage, further shed and grassed yard
• Large 25 square, 4 bedroom (or 3 plus large study) • Generous front lounge area • Separate rumpus area • Tiled family room off the kitchen • Ducted heating and cooling • Pitched roof pergola with fans/lights • North facing 488m2 rectangular block
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$395,000-$415,000 Saturday 11:45-12:15pm Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Steve Smith 0418 355 521
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$395,000 By Appointment Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010 Steve Smith 0418 355 521 Ruby Sweeney 0425 791 050
A 3 B 1 C 1 Williams Landing 15 Swamphen
A3 B2 C2
All of the boxes are ticked! Enjoy living opposite the serene parklands
• This low maintenance property approx. 5 years young provides the convenience of • Close proximity to public transport, schools, Werribee Sports Centre and much more • Comprising of 3 bedrooms, all BIR, central bathroom and downstairs powder room • Masterchef kitchen with dishwasher and gas cooking adjacent • Bright, open plan dining and living all overlooking decking and landscaped courtyard • Split systems, feature walls, lock up garage and much more all provide for a quiet, low maintenance yet stylish lifestyle!
• Downstairs presents master suite, living with powder room • Masterchef kitchen opening out to north facing and family sized rear yard • Feature stairwell leads to second living space with balcony • Further 2 double bedrooms with designer bathroom • Ducted heating and cooling, ample storage and many extras • Located within close proximity to local schools, shops and public transport • Inspection is a must!
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$350,000-$370,000 Saturday 11:15-11:45am Shop 38 Wyndham Village SC, Tarneit. 9749 0010
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The ‘can do’ agents..... Altona 15 Akuna Street
A4 B2 C2
A3 B2 C2
Altona 149 Victoria Street
Take a stroll to the beach
Centrally located with two separate living areas
• Well proportioned to suit a growing family • Front light filled living & dining rooms • Rumpus room has access to the garden • Kitchen has enough room for a great update • Two laundries, two bathrooms & powder room • Walk to train station, schools and shops
• Family room with adjacent bedroom & bathroom. • Garage is tiled & lined, suitable for hobbies. • Spacious & stylish kitchen with black stone bench. • Dining area & living room with split system cooler. • Family room opens to pergola & backyard. • Central to local schools, shops and amenities.
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$630,000-$670,000 Sat 3-3:30pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Julie Burt 0410 553 517 Barry Seignior 0425 850 607
A3 B2 C1
Altona Meadows 30 Hoddle Way
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SEABROOK 129 Seabrook Boulevard
An Exceptional Home in a “Garden Wonderland”
• Entertain from this modern kitchen & dining area. • Theatre room with custom built cabinetry. • Spacious 3 bedroom home plus study. • Separate formal lounge. Floating floorboards. • Double garage: internal access & rear roller door. • Easy walk to Seabrook Primary & easy fwy access.
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$440,000-$460,000 Sat 12-12:30pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Barry Seignior 0425 850 607 Julie Burt 0410 553 517
A4 B2 C2
Point Cook 24 Juniper Avenue
Quality built home in immaculate condition • Impressive & with many added extras • A versatile floor plan offering 3 separate living areas. • Fully equipped theatre room. • Master bedroom offers split level feature. • Open plan modern kitchen incl. stone benchtops. • Stunning built in alfresco incl. mains gas bbq. Private Sale Inspect Office Contact
$570,000-$610,000 Sat 2-2:30pm 5, 73 Point Cook Rd, Point Cook. 9360 9355 Jodie Lindemann 0425 850 606 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025
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Superbly maintained & presented with style & flair
• Ideal Altona Green location • Three bedrooms, master with ensuite • Large formal lounge, dining, family area • Garage with rear roller door • Established gardens • Walking distance to school, transport
$390,000-$425,000 Sat 12-12:30pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025 Julie Burt 0410 553 517
$485,000-$515,000 Sat 12-12:30pm 5, 73 Point Cook Rd, Point Cook. 9360 9355 Jodie Lindemann 0425 850 606 Julie Burt 0410 553 517
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$575,000 $570-$610,000 $400-$440,000 $550-$580,000
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116 Railway Street South
A4 B1 C1 D
Mortgagee Auction • Renovate a large home or redevelop (STCA). • Spacious kitchen-meals area, separate lounge-dining room. • Study, store and central bathroom. • Land size 15.24m x 40.23m (613sqm) approx. • Close to train, shops and schools. • Pier Street cafes/restuarants & Altona beach nearby.
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Saturday 22nd February at 1:00pm Contact Agent Thurs 6-6:30pm Sat 12:30-1:00pm 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Paul Lindemann 0418 336 025 Michael Major 0412 471 775
Altona 1/23 Mulga Street Immaculate, low maintenance front unit in a great location • Freshly painted inside & out and with new carpet throughout • Large kitchen/meals & separate lounge with cooling & heating • Two good sized bedrooms, both with BIRs • Central bathroom with shower and bath • Low maintenance garden and private courtyard • Lock up garage with extra parking in front • Close to shops, cafes and Altona Beach Private Sale Inspect Office Contact
$390,000-$420,000 Thurs 6-6:30pm, Sat 11-11:30am Shop 5, 73 Point Cook Road, Point Cook. 9360 9355 Fiona Ruth 0425 850 608 Julie Burt 0410 553 517
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Saturday 15th March at 11am Auction Sat 11-11:30am 54 Pier Street, Altona. 9398 3799 Barry Seignior 0425 850 607 Julie Burt 0410 553 517
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t might be shameful to own a “shitbox” in some suburbs, but three teams from Wyndham are celebrating the knockabout cars on a road trip to raise money for the Cancer Council. The uniquely Australian term has stumped some competitors originally from overseas, like Irishman Brian Rodgers from Point Cook, but all have embraced the Shitbox Rally, the nation’s largest private Cancer Council fund-raiser. It’s a seven-day, 4000-kilometre outback road trip from Perth to Darwin in cars worth less than $1000. Their drivers and teams are aiming to raise $1.4 million in sponsorship. Rodgers has teamed up with mate Joe Pantalleresco. “Our car’s a 1993 Ford Fairlane worth a few hundred dollars, needing a roadworthy and work. We called the team ‘Push to Start’, because that’s what we might have to do.” The pair also raise funds for cancer organisations through the Point Cook Motorcycle Club. They’ve both been touched by cancer in their families. “We’re not training as such, we’re going to turn up and hope everything is OK,” Rodgers says. “Even if the car dies we will still be in the Australian outback, loving it and raising money.’’ Another Point Cook team knows about failure. A few years ago, Tim Watson’s pirate-themed entry “blew up” three hours into the challenge and the team flew home. This year, Watson and mate Ben Huice from Morwell have chosen a fighter jet theme and hope to last the distance. The rally starts in Perth on March 31, stopping by Meekatharra, Marble Bar and Broome before heading into the Kimberley and the top end. First-time challengers Jacques Pretorius and Armandt
BRIAN RODGERS AND JOE PANTALLEReSCO
Lourens, of Point Cook, are heading out in a 1991 Toyota Camry because they believe in the cause. The rally has raised more than $3 million for the Cancer Council since it was first held in 2010, according to race spokesman James Freeman. “Shitbox Rally is a different way of bringing
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Members of Melbourne comedy sketch troupe “The greatest support we had was on the Aunty Donna hope 2014 will be the start of second night when there was a good handful something special. of people from America who came to see us.” The diverse group of comedians, The troupe hopes to travel to Edinburgh in filmmakers, writers and music composers, August, after being invited to perform at the including Werribee’s Mark Samual Fringe Festival. Bonanno, has been invited to perform Kelly says that being able to perform at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival later at Gilded Balloon, on the same stage a fan has this year. that launched the careers of Russell The group recently returned to Brand and Tim Minchin, would designed a Melbourne after making its US tea towel to “vindicate” the troupe’s hard work. debut at San Francisco’s SketchFest. “[Playing at the Gilded Balloon] raise funds Troupe member Broden Kelly says has come early in our career so it’s a this year is shapinπg up as the troupe’s remarkable feeling. If we do get on the biggest since it was formed two and a half plane and we do land [in Edinburgh], I’ll years ago at Ballarat’s Federation University. feel elation.” “We’re hoping the Fringe Festival and the To help the troupe raise enough money shows in San Francisco will help us build to get to Edinburgh, New Zealand fan Joel ourselves outside the confines of Victoria,” Spencer has designed a tea towel that is being Kelly says. “We’ve gone interstate once and sold on Aunty Donna’s website. this was the first time we’ve gone offshore.” The troupe will also perform 22 shows While in San Francisco, Aunty Donna at Trades Hall, from March 27-April 20, performed two shows and played in a as part of this year’s Melbourne Comedy showcase for up-and-coming comedians. Festival. \ LAURA LITTLE Kelly says a highlight was opening for comedian and Emmy Award-winning writer » auntydonna.com for The Simpsons, Dana Gould.
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What’s on LONG LUNCH Relax with friends and enjoy a five-course meal during the World’s Longest Lunch at Shadowfax Winery, K Road, Werribee. Listen to jazz while enjoying locally grown produce and Shadowfax wines. Only 110 tickets are available for the lunch on Friday, March 14, noon-4pm. ■ ticketek.com.au
TWILIGHT FUN Head to Werribee’s twilight street market this Friday to watch local entertainers, try exotic foods or take in a tai chi demonstration. The market is held on the third Friday of every month until March at the Wedge Street Piazza. 3pm-dusk. ■ twilightstreetmarket.wordpress. com
BLOSSOM AS A VOLUNTEER Learn how to grow roses and help look after one of Wyndham’s renowned tourist attractions by volunteering with the Friends of the State Rose Garden. No experience necessary. Volunteers meet Wednesday and Saturday mornings at Werribee Park. ■ 9395 3880
TAKE A TOUR Explore Wyndham’s eco hot spots and learn more about the area’s native flora and fauna through a tour of grasslands, wetlands, rivers and creeks. The tour, part of Wyndham’s Green Living Series, is on Saturday, March 1, 9am-1pm. ■ 9742 0777
LEARN TO COOK Impress family and friends with your cooking skills by signing up for Iramoo Community Centre’s Middle Eastern cooking classes. Lessons start this Thursday and run for six weeks at 84 Honour Avenue, Wyndham Vale, 7.30-9.30pm. ■ 8742 3688 \
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BACKYARD CHOOKS Learn the ins and outs of raising chickens during an information session at the Eco Living Centre, 28 Ridge Drive, Wyndham Vale, 10am-noon this Saturday. The beginner’s guide to backyard chooks will include choosing the right chickens, housing and diet. ■ 9742 0777
Twelve months of hard work paid off for Werribee’s Velisha La’Moza when she took out first place in her category at last week’s Horse of the Year show at Werribee Park. Velisha, 8, and her horse Willowglen Lightning Bolt won the “first ridden show hunter saddle pony” event for riders aged eight and under. The show, which ran from Thursday to Sunday, was a chance for riders to show off their horses and skills in front of judges from the UK and esteemed Australian show ringmasters. \ LL
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o-curricular activities, such as school-related and community-based programs, including sport, music or volunteering in the school community, improve children’s social skills and help them identify their strengths and gain confidence. Through these activities, children also have the opportunity to develop social knowledge and learn skills that are not always a focus in formal education. “These activities can help deepen relationships with the school in a way that doesn’t always happen in the more formal school setting,” says Helen McGrath, professor at School of Education, Deakin University. “Sometimes these activities are cross-age, so it may be for grades 3 and 4 or years 8 and 9 – like the school orchestra, for example “Children benefit socially from having cross-age contacts. Schools can also provide students with opportunities to showcase their strengths, for example, with a school concert or musical. It also gives you a stronger sense of connectedness with the school in a more relaxed environment.” She adds that ongoing co-curricular activities help kids overcome social fears as well as allow them to grow their leadership
Success stories: Jennifer Morrison, Charmaine De Lima, Domenic Bufalino, Hannah Murphy and Olivia Meisel; college dux Paris Landolina and principal Rory Kennedy. (supplied) Take note: Joining a school orchestra can improve social skills. (thinkstock) skills. In later years, these activities could also be looked upon favourably on the student’s CV. McGrath adds that studies have shown some evidence that the behaviour of children undertaking these activities improves at school and at home. “There is also a slight link between academic improvement and co-curricular involvement, but it depends on what that participation is. However, sport activities are better for general well-being and have great health benefits.” \
he vision of MacKillop College is grounded in Gospel values and the tradition of St Mary of the Cross, says principal Rory Kennedy. “We strive to encourage individuals to reach their full potential as life-long learners by providing an innovative, challenging and collaborative learning and teaching environment in a rapidly evolving society. “MacKillop College has gone from strength to strength in the academic arena with recent achievements including last year’s dux, Paris Landolina, attaining entry into science/law at Monash University,” adds Mr Kennedy. Other success stories include the
achievements of Charmaine De Lima, Olivia Meisel and Hannah Murphy in Design Technology Fibre and Media at Top Designs – VCE Season of Excellence 2014. Their folio work will be on display at a Melbourne Museum exhibition from March to June. Their DCT teacher Jennifer Morrison and media teacher Dominic Bufalino are also to be congratulated. Visit MacKillop College during its open day, Tuesday, February 25, 2014, or contact the registrar for a private tour. \
» MacKillop College , Russell Street, Werribee. Inquiries: 8734 5200 or visit www.mackillopwerribee.com.au
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Top drawer: CDT Sgt Ramanjit Manpotra – entry to ADFA; CDT Corp Josh Pearmain – dux of senior leaders course; CDT Sgt Alan Nguyen – second-top in cadet under officer course
emale and male students interested in becoming an army cadet have that opportunity, among others, at Werribee Secondary College. The college stands out as one of only three Victorian government schools with a cadet unit. “The establishment of the cadet unit in the school has added a wonderful opportunity for our students to develop their leadership skills and personal development,” principal Steve Butyn says. “Cadets also gain a wide range of skills outside the general school curriculum, including bush and field craft, navigation, radio communications, marksmanship, drill
and ceremonial activities and historical and cultural awareness.” Reaching capacity last year with 60 cadets, and with a strong commitment to community involvement, the unit is a vital component of the ANZAC Day march, dawn service and Remembrance Day commemoration in Werribee. In the past, students have won Australian Defence Force Academy scholarships and this success continued in 2013. \
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car – and draws on it under acceleration to cut fuel consumption. Combined, these motors deliver 164 kilowatts of power and 221 newton metres of torque. The good part about electric motors is that they generate maximum torque from rest, helping the IS 300h to accelerate off the mark with more gusto than might be expected. Still, it is no show pony, achieving the 0-100km/h sprint in a fairly sedate 8.4 seconds. That’s a second slower than the 320d. Of course hybrid technology is all about fuel savings, and Lexus claims its contender can achieve 4.9 litres per 100 kilometres on the official combined fuel consumption test. As per our usual experience, this does not translate to the real world but something in the high 5.0s is possible. Like some other Lexus/Toyota hybrids, the IS 300h can provide a certain amount of electric-only driving, but only at under 40km/h for a short distance. The price premium for the privilege of electric assistance is $3000 over the petrol-only IS 250, but the 300h is more than $6000 cheaper than the more powerful IS 350, which starts at $65,000 (plus on-road costs). The IS 300h is available in two specifications – Luxury and F Sport – with the latter adding touches such as a unique front grille treatment, an extra Sport+ driving mode with active dampers, and bigger 18-inch alloy wheels with low-profile tyres. Our major complaint with the 300h would be the low-level whine from the electric power train and its CVT transmission, which is exacerbated by the otherwise super-quiet cabin experience. But we have plenty of bouquets, too,
LEXUS IS 300H F SPORT WHAT IS IT? Mid-sized luxury hybrid sedan WHAT’S IN IT? 2.5-litre petrol-electric hybrid. Power: 164kW. 0-100km/h: 8.4 sec IS IT THIRSTY? 5 star – 4.9 litres per 100 kilometres IS 300H F SPORT DRIVEAWAY
THUMBS UP Driving dynamics, thrifty fuel consumption, class-leading ergonomics, unparalleled build quality, high equipment levels
THUMBS DOWN Power-train whine, average acceleration, touchy multi-function controller * These are manufacturer’s list prices.
starting with the wonderful ergonomics for the driver. The leather-swathed seats are among the best we have experienced. Most car makers stretch the upholstery over the seat, creating a taut fit, but Lexus moulds the foam insert first, meaning a more pliable
surface. Ahh! The driving position is well considered, with superb all-round visibility and everything within easy reach. A big in-dash multifunction screen is operated by a sensitive mouse-like controller on the console that, to our clumsy touch, was difficult to master, especially with the left hand. As always, this Lexus has a superbly appointed cabin, with a high level of equipment compared with its German rivals. Standard gear includes keyless smart entry, heated and ventilated seats, digital radio and, on F Sport variants, an upmarket Mark Levinson audio. An all-new body gains a stretched wheelbase, which in turn has enhanced rear leg room, with Lexus claiming superiority over the Germans in this regard. However, don’t expect limousine dimensions – a rear-drive car involves compromises. The boot is reasonably generous, although at the expense of a full-sized spare wheel. The rear seat splits and folds, however – a rarity in such hybrids. We will finish on two of our favourite aspects of the new IS: its glorious road manners and world-beating fit and finish. For the first time, Lexus has truly matched the Germans in steering and handling, making the IS a joy to drive. Add the wonderful driving position, classy fat steering wheel and supportive seats, and the IS puts Munich, Stuttgart and Ingolstadt on notice. With unmatched quality, backed by a four-year warranty, the IS must be on every mid-sized luxury car buyer’s list. Yep, the tortoise is breathing down their necks. \ firstname.lastname@example.org
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IS YOUR COMMODORE RUNNING AT IT’S OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE LEVEL? Excludes HSV models, platinum lugs & synthetic oils. Other parts and lubricants extra.
1. A well maintained car is likely to run more economically than a car overdue for it’s scheduled service. 2. Clean filers and clean plugs play a big part in Fuel Savings. That also means less pollution. 3. Under inflated tyres not only wear your tyres out quicker they also mean less fuel economy. Holden Factory Technicians & Specialised Equipment Factory trained mechanics. • Fuel saving as outlined on current ad. • Free Coffee. • Courtesy Bus. • Hire Cars. • Customer waiting lounge • One stop shop including new tyres. 6 Months / 10,000km Labour Warranty 2 Year/50,000km Fitted Warranty on Holden Approved parts
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IS YOUR ASTRA RUNNING AT IT’S OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE LEVEL? Astra excludes diesel models & 2.2lt Z22 engine.
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EM AND SEAL’EM S A ND’
ROLLER DOORS - SECTIONAL DOORS CUSTOM MADE - AUTOMATED OPERATORS since SERVICE & REPAIRS - WARRANTY
Mea te & Quo
Call Sam on 0422 668 604
TIMBER PALING FENCING
A Specialist in Timber Flooring
GARAGE DOORS DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER
Local owned company
Call Jason 0437 815 320.
Garages Garage Doors and Carports
F R EsuEre
For all your gardening needs: Lawn Mowing, Trimming & Pruning, Rubbish Removal, Gutter Cleaning Painting, Pensioner Discounts, Free Quotes.
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ALL YOUR GARAGE DOOR NEEDS...
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General Removal Local, Country & Interstate Domestic & Commercial Distribution & Industrial
Call Minh Long Huynh 0423 633 566 or 9332 6338
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0409 445 550
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• Colourbond fencing • Gates • Pool and garden fencing • Retaining walls • Free quotes
9749 1647 or 0408 596 503
Residential, Commercial, Industrial blocks. Werribee, WyndhamVale, Tarneit, Laverton, Hoppers Crossing, Truganina, Point Cook.
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• Garden Maintenance • Weeding • Rubbish Removed
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10 years experience Phone Ashley 0421 968 051
GUTTER CLEANING SHANE RUBBISH REMOVED 0411 131 622 PRUNING, YARD CLEARING
13 Wright Street, Sunshine, Vic, 3020. Tel: 9312 5166 - Mob: 0422 314 306 *Massive Showroom Supplies & Installations:
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• Tubular steel fencing & gates custom made • Sliding gates made to order Trade Enquiries Welcome VISIT OUR SHOW ROOM Factory 6, 67-71 Russell Street, Werribee Free measure & quote phone Dave 9742 4413
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JOHN’S HANDYMAN SERVICES Call John 0433 911 967 or 9395 5019
Derick 0413 945 064 / 9748 7774
Ph: 9307 8883 or 0414 562 261
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MORE than just mowing!
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Daniel Gatt: 0408 056 756 Joe Gatt: 0412 390 885
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◆Prompt Helpful Service◆ 0407 522 408 or 9742 3013
Phone 9390 3276 or 0438 903 276
Gardening, Rubbish Removal, Mulching Gutters Cleaned, Landscaping, Expert Pruning, Hedge Trimming, Ride-On Mowing, Clean Ups, Body Corporates, Free Quotes Insurance/ Work Cover work provided Police Checked, Insured & OH&S Compliant
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Handy Person Services
BOBCAT AND TRUCK HIRE � 8 tonne 5 tonne & 2 tonne Excavator with Breaker � Site Clean Up � Excavation � Rubbish Removed � Site Cuts
Floor Services Craftmans Floors
Excavations and Earth Moving
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· Plastering · Painting · Tiling · Carpentry · Cleaning · All odd jobs around the house · Rental Properties
Phone for quotes on: 0402 737 062
Member of Building Services Australia
All Work Guaranteed Call Karl for a FREE quote 0401 387 899 or 9369 5471 www.uniquelandscape.com.au
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Weekly Classifieds For Prompt Service Call 0414 930 586 Shop located at 11 Riverside Avenue, Werribee
Lic No. 23853
• Prompt, Reliable, 28 years exp • Minimum charge $20• Pensioner Discounts
No water required!
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Brad - 0411 143 352 or 9749 7145
Specialist in Cracked Walls (Reblocking & Underpinning). Lowest Price Guarantee. Permit-Engineer. Builder, Concrete Stamps, Computer Level Guarantee.
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Call And Save! 0432 532 044 or 9308 5687 A.H.
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Local Tradesman For Over 35 Years
Very Competitive Prices All Repairs, Re-bedding and Re-pointing Cleaning and Painting, Leaf Guard Gutters Cleaned and Replaced
ADAMS ROOFING • Repairs • Washing • Rebed and Point • Roof Painting • All work guaranteed
February 19, 2014
RESTORATIONS Free Quotes
BIG BLUEY’S RUBBISH REMOVAL
• Cheaper than a bin and we load it for you • 7 day service • Free Quote • Also specialising in Demolitions
0437 357 030
0407 456 540 Servicing western suburbs and beyond!
7 DAYS A WEEK
2.5m - $89 3.5m - $130 4.5m - $140 6m - $185 7m - $195
8m - $220 9m - $240 10m - $260 11m - $290
Free scrap metal bins available Free Cardboard and Paper bins available
Call 9998 7260
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FIVE STAR REBLOCKING & UNDERPINNING � Full Insurance � All work Council approved � 15 years guarantee � All Council permits supplied � 100% computer levelling � Concrete pump used � 15 years experience � For a free quote and advice
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For all types of Gutter replacement - Colorbond or aluminium. Forget painting use Colorbond fascia cover!
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FOR YOUR NEXT CLEAN UP
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� Glenn 0431 349 589 or 9741 9146
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PH: 9366 8507 • 0412 012 981
Call Tony: 9304 4844 Mob: 0409 180 821
Troy Grundy 0411 354 573
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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL ADVERTISERS The Competition and Consumer Act provides that advertised prices for goods and services which attract GST should be GST inclusive. Prices should not be quoted as being 'excluding GST' or 'plus GST' or by the use of words or phrases conveying similar meaning.
New beginners classes commencing Sunbury Monday 17th Feb - Keilor Tues 18th Feb Melton Thursday 20th Feb, 7.30pm to 10pm. No partner required. Phone 0418 132 532.
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Honest and reliable lady. Over 30 years experience. Hourly rate. ✆ 9748 0241.
Education and Tuition
Readers are entitled to expect that the advertised prices are the actual prices at which they can purchase the particular goods and services.
A QUALIFIED Maths, Science and Chemistry teacher available for tutoring. Please call: 9483 0831 or 0418 871 203.
Metro Media Publishing will not knowingly accept for publication any advertisement which may be in breach of the Competition and Consumer Act or any other relevant law.
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Advance Learning Centre
Health and Wellbeing Full Body Massage
RELAXATION 219 Ascot Vale Rd, 3032. Phone: 9004 1477.
7 days, 9.30am - 9.30pm. 5 City Place, Sunshine. Phone 9311 0198.
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Massage Therapy Asian Relaxation Massage Werribee area. Open 7 days. 10am to 8pm. Ring 0413 873 923.
Lotus Massage Therapy
75 Paisley Street, Footscray. Phone: 9689 6632. Open 7 days, 9:30am to 9pm.
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Weekly Classifieds Williams (Nee Latham), Audrey Loved sister of Les (dec), Val, Marie and Edward. Will be forever in our thoughts and hearts.
Finally in peace
Wanted to Buy
BUYING PAINTINGS Buying paintings and old prints. Top price paid. Please call Petrit now on 0401 032 111.
Property of the Week 9 PINJAR AVENUE TARNEIT 4BR
Trading World 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
MR COMPUTER MAN
WYNDHAM VALE 8 Merri Street
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Garage Sales SPOTSWOOD 68 Craig Street, Saturday 22nd February, 9am3.30pm. Household goods, linen, clothing, shoes, fishing gear, etc...
Massive Garage Sale
HOPPERS CROSSING 35 Banksia Crescent, Sat 22nd Feb, 8am-4pm. Furn, h/hold goods, bric-a-brac, clothing and more.
WILLIAMS LANDING 8 Bushlark Crescent 4BR $375pw
HOPPERS CROSSING 24 Bernhardt Avenue, Saturday 22nd February, from 11am onwards. Clothing, jewelry and household goods.
Feature Packed and the list keeps growing! Many houses come and go, however this one is sure to stay in your mind. Feature packed to display home quality, this exceptionally well fitting out 4 bedrooms home with study features it all. Master bedroom is located at the front of the property with well appointed ensuite and wardrobe. Modern kitchen with stone bench tops, stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and over looks the formal lounge and meals area. Evaporative cooling and ducted heating. There is a second formal lounge and a 3rd living/theatre room to the rear of the property, meals area opens to a perfectly layed out courtyard. There are a further 3 large bedrooms off the living area and the second bathroom. Low maintenance gardens surround the property. Extra features include Spacious rooms, Low maintenance lawn, Ducted heating and evap cooling. Close to local shops and the benefit of Solar Energy to help you reduce power bills.
TARNEIT 9 Pinjar Avenue
FOOTSCRAY 13 Everard Street, Saturday 22nd February, 8am2pm. Records, clothes, cameras, books, CD’s, DVD’s, jewellery, model cars and household items.
HOPPERS CROSSING 39 Mossfield Drive 3BR $295pw
G’S IT Computer repair. For all your computer problems PC or Mac, call for a qualified Microsoft certified system engineer. Call 0433 655 193.
ALTONA MEADOWS 1B Fell Court, Saturday 22nd February, 9am-2pm. Furniture, glassware, household goods and bric-a-brac.
TARNEIT Frances Browne Way. Sat 22nd & Sun 23rd February, 8am-3pm. Over 30 families have donated goods including baby goods/clothes, toys - lot of Fisher Price, adult clothes/shoes, massage table, camping/fishing gear, wetsuits, new and used household and electrical goods, bar fridge, tools, furniture and much, much more. All proceeds to help a Tarneit baby recently diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis.
Auctions and Clearing Sales
Auction ~ Clearing Sale
ALTONA MEADOWS Freshly painted 3BR BV home BIR’s sep lounge polished floorboards kit/ meals area garage close to shops/ transport $300pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000. CARAVAN HIRE All sizes from $52 a week. Phone: 0408 369 770.
Matheson ~ Norman Victor (February 16th 2005) In Loving Memory of my Loved Husband Norm. My life has been empty, since you went away. Another year has passed but the sadness still stays. The tears I cry can be wiped away, but my love and memories of you Norm will always stay. Your ever loving wife Dody
BROOKLYN 2 Cypress Avenue, 3BR home. Close to shops, transport and schools. No pets. $350 per week. Phone 9367 6724.
2 BEDROOM UNITS 3/93 Chirnside Ave, W’Bee
3 BEDROOM HOUSES /
HOPPERS CROSSING 3BR house, every room has A/C and d/htg, 5min to train and school. No pets. $280pw. 0412 555 227. MAIDSTONE 3BR home. Gas appliances, close to all amenities, recently renovated. $300pw. Phone 0416 280 746. NEWPORT Renovated 2BR home robes kit/meals spacious lounge ducted heating yard walking distance to schools/shops/transport $310pw Pat 0417 206 207. SEABROOK 4BR BV ensuite WIR BIR’s family/rumpus large kit/ meals study sep lounge opp conservatory room ducted heating double garage close to schools/ shops/buses $395 Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000.
St Albans Town House
As new 3BR BV, BIR’s, gas ducted htg & evaporative cooling, alarm system, sec doors, sgle LUG, garden shed, close to all amenities, $340pw plus bond. Phone 0403 589 533. SUNSHINE 1BR studio, upstairs, next to Sunshine train station, air cond, new timber flooring, no pets. $220pw. 0412 555 227. TARNEIT Ultra modern large 4BR BV ensuite WIR BIR’s kit/meals adj family/lounge ducted heating evap cooling remote double garage $350pw Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot St, W/bee 9741 1000. WERRIBEE Central walk to shops/ transport 2BR BV study BIR’s lnge carport $250pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000. WERRIBEE Central freshly painted 2BR v/unit BIR’s kit/meals sep lounge garage close trains/buses/ shops $240pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000.
WERRIBEE Brand new 3BR townhouse WIR ensuite BIR’s sep lounge bathroom + powder room large kit/meals dishwasher ducted heating alarm double garage $430pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000. WERRIBEE SOUTH 2BR home robes kit/meals sep lounge air con shed yard $200pw Pellegrino R/E 3/19 Synnot St W/bee 9741 1000.
WERRIBEE 3BR BV house for rent. Close to public transport and schools. Dishwasher, heating/cooling, carport, pergola and shed. No pets. Refs reqd. $280pw + bond.
Ph 0421 105 022
Shared Accomodation HOPPERS CROSSING Female to share vegetarian home with 2 others. $120 per week, no bills. Phone 0408 510 043. POINT COOK 2 rooms available, fully furnished, Close to all amenities. $165pw includes utility bills. Phone 0433 181 741. TARNEIT Female to rent 1 furnished BR with own bathroom. $150pw, no bills, must be clean and tidy. Phone 0424 324 420. WERRIBEE 2 rooms avail. 1 large room furn with ensuite, $150pw. 1 single room also furn, $120pw. All bills included. Ph 0411 774 231. WERRIBEE furnished BR. Male or female, must be employed. 5 minutes to freeway. $120 per week including bills and internet, 1 week's bond required. Phone 0470 238 143 after 5pm weekdays, anytime weekends.
Commercial and Industrial Properties WERRIBEE Factory space to share 100 square metres, plenty of pallet racking storage available plus forklift. $500pcm. Ph 9742 4413.
TOWNHOUSES / UNITS
Commercial and Industrial Properties
47 Mount Eagle Way, W’Vale $250pw
Derrimut - Factory for Lease
158 Shaws Rd, W’bee
11 Wellington Crt, W’Bee
13 Oxley Crt, W’Vale
3 Inns Pl, H’Xing
35 Callistemon Dr, H’ Xing
18 Mariposa Way, T’neit
Modern tilt slab factory. Office area, high roller door. $22,000pa + GST / outgoings. Pellegrino R/E, 3/19 Synnot Street, Werribee.
Pat: BH 9741 1000 / 0417 206 207
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Situations Vacant Cashier, Butchers, 2nd or 3rd Year Apprentices Wanted
For retail shop in Sanctuary Lakes Shopping Centre. Pre packing exp essential. Mon - Fri 3.00pm6.00pm & weekends 12.00pm6.00pm. Weekend work available for Juniors 9.00am-6.00pm Please Phone 9395 7771
Required Monday - Friday, 6am starts. Must be reliable. Immediate start. Ph 9369 5199.
Experienced licenced Excavator Operator required for large waste recycling facility in West Melbourne. Experience in waste industry would be an advantage and flexibility between day/afternoon shift required. Award wage. Send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For Werribee Poultry farm, part time casual position. Some heavy lifting. Previous applicants need not apply. Email 1 page application to email@example.com
Full time position available for a qualified Hairdresser. Located in Wyndham Vale. Immediate start. Email resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call B/H 8742 6674 8.30am-9am or A/H 0421 357 304 after 5pm.
EXPRESS YOURSELF! Have fun! Make money! Natural attractive outgoing girls wanted for various projects (Must be 18+). Female photographer guarantees fun time. Earn between $200-$800 per shoot. Call Annie for info (BH) 0411 626 819.
WHITE 1 TONNE VANS AND TRAYS 6T-8T TAUTS/TRAYS • No start up costs • Work in all areas • Guaranteed Minimums Must have excellent communication skills
Phone for an interview 9399 - 9999
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places we’d never otherwise see,” Stan says. “We wouldn’t go on a coach tour because we don’t want to be bound by someone else’s itinerary. We like to be masters of our own destiny.” WO OLA RD MA RGA RET & STA N ■ Join the Campervan & Motorhome Club of Australia. ■ Don’t camp within 20 kilometres of a small township so you don’t annoy locals, the couple take to the road they can be and pick up firewood before you get to a self-sufficient. In the several years since campsite. Well-used campsites may already they have owned their motorhome, they’ve have been stripped of firewood. travelled about 94,000 kilometres, mostly ■ Talk to fellow travellers when you stop for from Victoria to Queensland. morning tea or lunch – particularly Every winter they head north to help out people arriving from the opposite with Volunteers for Isolated Students’ direction. They can tell you Education. The couple set up their “It’s formed motorhome on a rural property. where to buy cheap fuel and find a strong roadside stalls selling fresh food “From late May to early bond and the best free camping spots. September, we travelled as far as between us” Townsville and then headed west “WE WENT ON LONG-SERVICE and spent seven weeks on a cattle LEAVE AND NEVER RETURNED” and sheep property,” Rex says. “Kath taught the children, and I helped with Kath and Rex Breen are in their early 60s. shearing and fencing off dams. They sold their horticultural business about “There’s nothing better than pulling up 10 years ago and have since spent part of at night and watching the moon rise, or every year travelling and volunteering in listening to the birds singing at sunrise.” Queensland. The couple will do another volunteer trip The Breens’ Winnebago Alpine motorhome to Queensland this winter and they’d also has its own generator, water supply, solar like to take their motorhome to Darwin and panels and toilet and shower, so when Tasmania.
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Bowls A three rinks to one loss has dropped Hoppers Crossing to third on the Bowls Victoria division 3 ladder. Hoppers was beaten 72-66 overall by top side Melton on the road on Saturday and was leapfrogged by local rivals Werribee (3) in the standings. A home final is still a possibility for Hoppers, but it needs to beat Maribyrnong Park on Saturday and hope that Werribee loses to Melton in a blockbuster final round. \
Seasoned campaigners Tim O’Brien and Heath Pritchard were the go-to guys for Werribee in a 46-run win against Williamstown in the Victorian Sub-District Cricket Association western derby at Chirnside Park on Saturday. O’Brien made 106 not out to set the game up on day one, while Pritchard sealed the deal with 5-38 on the second day to leave the Seagulls pining for an impact player of their own. The Seagulls were littered with promise in a spirited run chase but lacking in a player who could take the bull by the horns. They were bowled out 192, well short of the Tigers’ imposing 9-238. “There’s 106 out of 239 [by O’Brien] and five-for out of 10 wickets [by Pritchard] that need to be taken,” Werribee captain Shaun Dean said. “The two standout performers were the difference for us.” The Seagulls could have done without a slow start. They were 2-7 with both openers back in the pavilion and it put pressure on the middle order. Craig Sheedy (29), Brenton Hodges (28) and Jonty Paulsen (33) breathed life into the chase, but all went out just as it appeared they were about to flick into top gear. A 68-run eighth wicket partnership between Jordan Doyle (41) and Sam Davis (17) provided late hope for the Seagulls, but it
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VICTORIAN TURF: Rd 10 Day 2: Sen: Keilor 210 and 7-118 bt St Bern 98, Bent 3-240 bt Yarrav Club 229, Old Ment 177 and 51 bt Hopp Xing 176 and 0-22, AWStC 8-165 bt Bri Dist 136, Greenv 230 bt Sth Caulf 174, Strath 275 bt Beaum 261. Nth: Spotsw 4-224 bt Keil Pk 8-187, Alt Nth 183 and 7-161 bt Westm 69, W Cob 215 and 2-52 bt RPB 139, Tulla 7 (dec)164 bt Foot Utd 64 and 6-137, Doutta 4 (dec)107 bt Laverton 73 and 9-30, PEGS 8-259 bt Will CYMS 162. Nth A: Craigieb 252 bt Haig Fawk 122, Tay Lakes 125 bt Yould Park 112 and 6-76, W’bee Cent 9-214 bt St Andrews-Foots 171, Alt Roost 206 and 7-88 bt Aberf 177, St Fran bt Sale 8-206 bt Suns Druids 9-180, St Albans 94 and 9-60 bt Seddon 82. WESTERN SUBURBS UNITED CHURCHES: A.E. Lowe Shield: United Tarneit Sports Club 8-154 bt Altona Sports 153, Rockbank 3-132 bt St Johns 9-127, Eynesbury Eagles 140 bt Charles Sturt Uni 9-127, Avyukt Aryahi Maidstone 9-262 bt Hoppers Crossing 7-148. Bill Honey Shield: Altona Roosters 9-165 bt Hoppers Crossing 9-101, Williamstown Congs bt Kingsville Baptists fft, St Johns 9-146 bt Footscray ANA 61. Eddie Cocks Shield: Avyukt Aryahi Maidstone Cricket 9-185 bt Charles Sturt Uni 9-142, Western Lions 8-156 bt Eynesbury Eagles 4-154.
EAST WEST: 1ST XI: Melton 5-141 bt Sunshine 137, Werribee 9-238 bt Williamstown 192 (Pritchard 5-38), Oakleigh 195 bt Mt Waverley 175 (Beddingfield 59), Yarraville 6-218 (Love 104no) bt Altona 217, Noble Park 9-234 (Perera 64 Vorster 56) bt Croydon 8-233, Roxburgh Park-Broadmeadows 5-183 (Streiff 75 Johnston 50no) bt Box Hill 109 (Streiff 5-21) and 2-74, Bayswater 7-268 bt Endeavour Hills 242 (Allen 59). 2ND XI: Williamstown 239 bt Werribee 9-211, Noble Park 8-178 bt Croydon
Close call: Williamstown batsman Matthew Dervan lunges to make his ground before Werribee wicketkeeper Kyle Andrews can whip the bails off. (SHAWN SMITS)
came to an end when Davis was run out with a direct hit by Tigers midwicket fielder Adam Alifraco. Werribee survived the late flurry to make it 11 wins to start the season. They will face their two toughest opponents when they take on Oakleigh (third) in a two-dayer away starting on Saturday and
169, Melton 5-320 bt Sunshine 131 (Magnano 52), Bayswater 6-281 and 2-48 bt Endeavour Hills 142 (Craigie 5-31), Oakleigh 9-247 (Fabris 59 Devlin 52) bt Mt Waverley 68, Yarraville 182 and 2-67 bt Altona 86 (Cruden 9-40), Box Hill 4-175 (Andreassen 51) bt Roxburgh ParkBroadmeadows 9-172. NORTH WEST: 3RD XI: Yarraville 6-68 bt Altona 67, Werribee 9-105 bt Williamstown 101, Roxburgh Park-Broadmeadows 8-80 bt Ivanhoe 79, Plenty Valley 8-227 bt Kew 9-193 (Furey 100), Sunshine 6-241 (Warwick 88 Thampy 67) bt Melton 162, Preston 9-235 (Basanisi 98 Barry 62) bt Brunswick 212 (Lewis 89), Balwyn 7-200 bt Coburg 174 (Manson 96 Wilks 5-26). 4TH XI: Melton 4-72 bt Sunshine 64, Yarraville 8-75 bt Altona 73, Coburg 3-91 (Shethna 52no) bt Balwyn 90, Roxburgh Park-Broadmeadows 4-154 bt Ivanhoe 6-153, Preston 9-175 (Franco 93no) bt Brunswick 112, Plenty Valley 5-200 (Ajgaonkar 56no) bt Kew 6-182 (Crock 90no).
Q BASEBALL VICTORIA SUMMER LEAGUE: Div 1: Geelong 3 bt Sandringham 1, Doncaster 8 bt Upwey FTG 7, Waverley 11 bt Sunshine 8, Newport 6 bt Cheltenham 3, Melbourne 3 bt Preston 0, Blackburn 7 bt Essendon 2. Res: Sandringham 9 bt Geelong 5, Doncaster 12 bt Upwey FTG 8, Waverley 24 bt Sunshine 3, Cheltenham 27 bt Newport 0, Preston 8 drew Melbourne 8, Essendon 9 bt Blackburn 3. Thirds: Geelong 6 bt Sandringham 4, Doncaster 10 bt Upwey FTG 3, Waverley 14 bt Sunshine 3, Cheltenham 28 bt Newport 1, Melbourne 14 bt Preston 2, Essendon 7 bt Blackburn 6. Fourths: Sandringham 22 bt Geelong 6, Doncaster 24 bt Upwey FTG 4, Waverley 15 bt Sunshine 0, Newport 13 bt Cheltenham 10, Melbourne 17 bt Preston 4, Essendon 6 drew Blackburn 6. Div 2: Berwick 9 bt Moorabbin 1, Werribee 10 bt St Kilda 2, Malvern 13 bt Bonbeach 6, Springvale 6 bt Fitzroy 5, Mulgrave 2 bt Port Melbourne 1. Res: Moorabbin 6 bt Berwick 3, St Kilda bt Werribee (Forfeit), Malvern 8 bt Bonbeach 1, Springvale 5 drew Fitzroy 5, Mulgrave 5 bt Port Melbourne 4. Thirds:
Bayswater (second) in a final round one-dayer. Dean says his side welcomes the challenges. “It’s going to be an interesting three-week period before we run into finals,” he said. “You want to test yourselves against the better sides in the competition. There’s no reason why we can’t go through undefeated.”. \ LANCE JENKINSON
Berwick 26 bt Moorabbin 1, Werribee 12 bt St Kilda 3, Malvern 17 bt Bonbeach 4, Fitzroy 12 bt Springvale 3, Williamstown 30 bt Port Melbourne 3. Fourths: Williamstown 10 bt Malvern 4, Berwick 21 bt St Kilda 2, Moorabbin 22 bt Springvale 2. Div 3: Ballarat 12 bt Chelsea 4, Footscray 17 bt North West 6, Ormond GH 31 bt Monash Uni 0. Res: Chelsea 5 bt Ballarat 4, Footscray 22 bt North West 2, Ormond GH 16 bt Monash Uni 2. Div 4. North West: Research A 13 bt Fitzroy A 3, Doncaster 11 bt Research B 4, Essendon 11 bt Fitzroy B 3, Sunshine 13 bt Footscray 7. WOMEN: Div 1: Springvale 4 bt Footscray 1, Doncaster 7 bt Malvern 2. Div 2: Werribee 10 bt Waverley 3, Footscray 15 bt Moorabbin 2. Div 3: Bundoora 11 bt Newport/Essendon 1, Sandringham 12 bt Springvale 5. U-18 State: Cheltenham 10 bt Geelong 0, Blackburn 9 bt Doncaster 7, Essendon 11 bt Sandringham 9, Preston v Berwick City washed out. Metro: Newport 11 bt Sunshine 3, Fitzroy v Cheltenham washed out. U-16 State: Springvale 8 bt Sandringham 6, Fitzroy 14 bt Melbourne 10, Berwick City 25 bt Preston 0, Waverley 10 bt Cheltenham 2, Geelong 10 bt Essendon 3. 16 AAA: Blackburn 22 bt Doncaster 2, Newport 16 bt Essendon 7, Waverley 17 bt Sandringham 10. AA: Cheltenham 11 bt Preston 8, Upwey FTG H 12 bt Williamstown 11, Sunshine 17 bt Mulgrave 1, Upwey FTG Y 12 bt Berwick 5, Waverley 13 bt Melbourne 3. U-14 State: Essendon 13 bt Geelong 12, Malvern 9 bt Blackburn 8, Waverley 5 bt Cheltenham 3. West: Essendon Black 12 bt Doncaster 3, Werribee/Sunshine 17 bt Geelong 2, Port Phillip v Fitzroy washed out. U-12 State: Cheltenham 22 bt Melbourne 5, Preston 7 bt Newport 4, Sunshine 6 bt Malvern 5, Waverley 24 bt Essendon 4, Geelong 18 bt Sandringham 3. West: Geelong 9 bt Werribee 7, Fitzroy Lions 15 bt Essendon Black 12, Fitzroy Cubs v Preston washed out.
Q BOWLS BOWLS VICTORIA SATURDAY METROPOLITAN PENNANT: Rd 17: Premier Div: BRIGHTON 18125 bt YARR/FOOTSCRAY 0-53 (A Wilson 42
Cricket Bellbridge is heading to the Williamstown and District Cricket Association A turf finals after a hard-fought six-run win over Gellibrand at Digman Reserve on Saturday. Ben Powell (44) and Mark Croswell (47) guided the ’Bridge to 194 and Gellibrand could muster only 188 in reply with Andrew Wilks a thorn in their side with 4-27. Bellbridge can land a sought-after home semi-final if they beat Melton South and second-placed Grand United loses to Williamstown Imperials. \ Soccer Clubs that are not part of the newly established National Premier League Victoria were finally given an indication of the state league structure last week. Hoppers Crossing will remain in state league 4 west, and the Truganina Hornets will stay in state league 5 west. Point Cook, however, have moved up a division to join Hoppers in SL4W. \
bt R Coulter 11 G Maskell 24 bt A Dove 13 T Shannon 32 bt J Pearce 11 C Twentyman 27 bt W Roberts 18), BURWOOD DISTRICT 2-64 lost to ALTONA 16-106 (L Iaccarino 13 lost to B Foley 26 M Wilson 14 lost to B Peck 38 W Ogden 17 bt D Zitter 16 J Coles 20 lost to M Rennex 26), MOONEE PONDS 15-80 bt ESSENDON 3-67 (S Fordham 23 D A Flapper 23 M Jacobsen 24 bt A Tomkins 9 A Galloway 13 lost to N Wilson 19 B Spurr 20 bt P Loe 16), MELBOURNE 4-76 lost to BUNDOORA RSL 1482 (M Wilks 19 lost to J Corless 22 D Fisher 24 bt N McIntyre 21 S Moritmer 14 lost to L Aiello 22 B Leighton 19 bt D DiFlorio 17). Div 1: Sec 1: Montm (1) 16-83 Kings (1) 2-74, Elst Clb (1) 14-84 MCC (2) 4-62, Kew Hts (1) 14-81 Deer Pk (1) 4-72, Pres/Res (1) 14-73 Werribee (1) 4-68, Bund RSL (2) 16-84 Rich Uni (1) 2-66. Sec 2: MCC (1) 14-91 Bright (2) 4-67, Fitz Vic (1) 14-76 Ivan (1) 4-70, Glenr (1) 14-84 Melt (1) 4-73, Ess (2) 18-75 Melb (2) 0-70, Moon Val (1) 16-90 Lal (1) 2-69. Div 2: Sec 1: Yarr/Foot (2) 4-71 Alt Sports (1) 1481, Alt (2) 18-83 Will (1) 0-64, Werr (2) 3-72 Suns C (1) 15-76, Port Melb (1) 16-90 Rosam (1) 2-69, Flem/Kens (1) 18-85 New (1) 0-64. Sec 2: Clift Pk (1) 4-74 Strath (1) 14-75, Buck Pk (1) 2-76 Sunb (1) 16-91, Keil (1) 0-62 Moon Pds (2) 18-86, Lal (2) 13-79 Glenr (2) 5-78, W Cob (1) 10-83 Broad (1) 8-83. Div 3: Sec 1: Yarr/Foot (3) 14-81 Alt (3) 4-77, Lav (1) 14-85 Suns VRI (1) 4-79, Mari Pk (1) 16-95 Foots Pk (1) 63-2, Suns RSL (1) 2-51 Werr (3) 16-96, Melton (2) 16-72 Hopp (1) 2-66. Sec 2: Sunb (2) 4-85 Fitz Vic (2) 14-91, Strath (2) 18-104 Ess (3) 0-62, Glenr (3) 2-62 Moon Val (2) 16-82, Hopp (2) 18-104 Cob More (1) 0-64, Moon Pds (3) 17-87 Glad Pk (1) 1-63. Div 4: Sec 1: Will (2) 14-83 St Alb (1) 4-71, Alt (4) 4-66 Yarr/Foot (4) 14-84, Werr (4) 4-80 Sunb (3) 14-85, Alt North (1) 16-87 Keil (2) 2-64, City of Melb (1) 14-81 Hopp (3) 4-73. Sec 2: Ess (4) 16-87 Buck Pk (2) 2-58, Keil (3) 16-95 Clift Pk (2) 2-61, Aber (1) 17-84 W Cob (2) 1-65, Lal (4) 3-69 Werr (5) 15-79, Sunb (4) 2-58 Pres/Res (2) 16-109.
Div 5: Sec 1: Melton (3) 14-93 Werr (6) 4-81, Alt Sports (2) 18-107 Yarr/Foot (5) 0-62, Rosam (2) 2-62 Flem/Kens (2) 16-92, Hopp (4) 6-70 Will (3) 12-74, Deer Pk (2) 18-135 Port Melb (2) 0-40. Sec 2: Bruns (1) 18-84 Strath (3) 0-66, Dout Gal (1) 16-87 Fawk (1) 2-73, Hopp (5) 4-72 Thorn (1) 14-76, Broad (2) 17-97 Mari Pk (2) 1-63, Fitz Vic (3) 2-75 Prin Pk Carlton (1) 16-80. Div 6: Sec 1: Yarr/Foot (6) 2-70 Keil (4) 16-83, Buck Pk (3) 3-62 Alt (5) 15-67, Deer Pk (3) 1699 City of Melb (2) 2-56, New (2) 2-84 Hopp (6) 16-85, Suns C (2) 18-141 Suns RSL (2) 0-48. Sec 2: Mari Pk (3) 14-97 Buck Pk (4) 4-65, Keil (5) 2-63 Moon Val (3) 16-79, Sunb (5) 1670 Strath (4) 2-68, Glad Pk (2) 18-82 Lal (6) 0-49.5, Clift Pk (3) 1-54.5 Alt (6) 17-105. Div 7: (N) Sec 1: Yarr/Foot (7) 2-67 Lav (2) 1686, Werr (7) 16-92 Alt North (2) 2-70, Will (4) 18-94 New (3) 0-61, Alt (7) 4-74.75 Deer Pk (4) 14-87, Port Melb (3) 0-0 Hopp (7) 18-15, Div 7: (N) Sec 2: Suns VRI (2) 14-66 Keil (6) 4-58.75, St Alb (2) 2-62 Melt (4) 16-81, Broad (3) 16-82 Suns C (3) 2-51.5, Hopp (8) 0-59.25 Aber (2) 18-83, Foots Pk (2) 14-77.75 Moon Val (4) 4-61, Div 7: (N) Sec 3: Strath (5) 2-48 Glenr (5) 16-111, Glad Pk (3) 18-15 Clift Pk (4) 0-0, Moon Pds (4) 2-68 Ess (5) 16-101. Div 8: Sec 1: Flem/Kens (4) 14-15 Fitz Vic (5) 0-0, Buck Pk (6) 0-20 Flem/Kens (3) 14-53, Mari Pk (4) 14-58 City of Melb (3) 0-28.
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falcons swoop to win season opener Netball
City West Falcons allayed fears of a premiership hangover with a total dismantlement of local rivals VU-Western Lightning in the Victorian Netball League championship season opener at the State
Netball and Hockey Centre on Wednesday night. The Falcons burst to an eight-goal quartertime lead, an advantage they would only increase in a ruthless 52-34 win. Falcons assistant coach Nicole Richardson was impressed by the completeness of the
performance so early in the season. “To come up against VU in the first round ... they’re a really tough opposition, so to be able to put the four quarters in like the girls did was great to see, particularly when you’re talking about round one,” Richardson told the Weekly. \ LJ
LYDIA, YOU’VE DONE US PROUD Winter Olympics
Lydia Lassila, you are our inspiration. You have done the western suburbs proud with your brave performances at the Sochi Olympics. Lassila was the talk of coffee shops across the west on Saturday morning after claiming a bronze medal in the ladies’ aerials. The 32-year-old from Diggers Rest is more than a dual Olympic medallist, she is a ground breaker. The former Footscray City Gymnastics Club member set a goal of becoming the first woman to attempt an in-competition quad-twisting triple somersault. The degree of difficulty was out of this world, but Lassila was not going to die wondering. “I was always going to go into these Olympics with that approach, all or nothing,” she told Channel Ten after the super final. “I’m the first woman to do the full-doublefull-full. I set out to do this trick 15 years ago when I saw my first world cup at Mt Buller in Australia and that was in 1999. “I saw the guys doing these amazing triples and I said one day I’m going to do it. Fifteen years later, I did it, and I’m super happy. “I’ve reached my potential. It would be great to always do more, but that was a maximum effort from me today and I couldn’t have done any better.” Lassila entered the super final with the second best score of the qualifiers. The surprise packet of the final was Belarusian veteran Alla Tsuper, who had the smoothest landing on the back of a back-full-full-full jump and scored 98.01 to claim gold. China’s Li Nina attempted a back double-full double-full, a difficult jump and botched the landing, scoring just 46.02. Four years ago, Lassila won gold at the Vancouver Olympics. She had gold on her mind at the top of the hill in this final leap at Sochi. Under her fluoro yellow glasses she had a steely look, nothing indicating the nerves of a woman about to go where no other had gone before. She ticked all the technical boxes but drifted slightly in the air and it played havoc with her landing. “There’s nothing Lydia could have done more to save that jump,” Olympic gold medallist and TV commentator Alisa Camplin said. 38 WYNDHAM WEEKLY \ FEBRUARY 19, 2014
High flyer: Lydia Lassila elevates into the Sochi sky in the ladies’ aerials finals. (CAMERON SPENCER/
homegrown bees reject cash flow Soccer
Werribee City will not be seduced into chequebook football, even after landing a plum spot in the top tier of the new National Premier League Victoria (NPL), according to club president Sam Panebianco. The Bees will face Victorian soccer powerhouses Melbourne Knights and South Melbourne after being installed in the top 14 for the inaugural NPL season starting next month. For the past three years, the Bees have focused on youth development, blooding homegrown players and young up-and-comers who took them to promotion in state league 1 last campaign. Panebianco forecasts more of the same during the initial three-year NPL licence run. “We structured ourselves over the last three years to keep on developing youth and we’re going to continue on that path,” he said. “I know some of the bigger clubs are paying big money for players, but we’re sticking to our guns. “As long as in the three years we’ve got the licence we continue to develop and be competitive, we’re not too fussed where we’re going to end up [in the standings].” The Bees’ bid for an NPL licence was backed by the Italian Sports Club of Werribee. The improvement of facilities at Galvin Park, including plans for a grandstand, are supported by the Wyndham City Council. The club has four new grounds that are “state of the art”, according to Panebianco, and its coaches, from the juniors right through to the seniors, are all accredited. With a solid foundation in place after three years of hard work, Panebianco was thrilled to have been accepted into the upper echelon of the NPL for year one. “I’m ecstatic and so is the whole club,” Panebianco said. “We couldn’t have wished for a better result.” Promotion-winning coach Nino Ragusa has been retained as head coach and will double as the club’s technical director. “He’ll be doing both roles, which I think is fantastic ... he’s promoted quite a few of the young kids into the senior squad,” Panebianco said. \ LJ
The judges gave Lassila 72.12 – a guaranteed podium finish. “I’m very happy with my performance,” she said. “It would’ve been great to land that jump, but I was stretching for my life and I just couldn’t get there. Whether Lassila’s medal was silver or
bronze depended on the final competitor, China’s Xu Mengtao. Xu approached her back-lay double-full-full more cautiously and lost momentum and a gold medal in the process. But she did enough to pip Lassila for silver with a score of 83.50. \ LANCE JENKINSON
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centrals’ victory joy
bees’ faulty form a finals worry
Werribee Centrals will get a chance to shape their own destiny in the last round of Victorian Turf Cricket Association north A1. It was “pandemonium” in the Centurion rooms following Saturday’s second-last ball triumph over blossoming rival St Andrews in the grand final re-match at Pennell Reserve. The Centurion players knew how important the victory was as it allowed them to climb out of the relegation zone. They head into a final-round meeting with Sunshine Druids on 63.55 points and knowing a win is likely to ensure survival – barring a major points grab in the form of outrights from St Francis de Sales (63.39), St Albans (57.43) or Youlden Parkville (56.25). “There was a big crowd there and it was tense – that’s why it was pretty euphoric,” Centurions secretary Chris Duffin said. The Centurions were slightly downcast after making 8-128 on a heat-reduced opening day. But their tailenders rose to the challenge. Ashley Dorricott (59no) and Justin Davies (28) put on 77 for the ninth wicket to lift the Centurions to 9-214 from their 60 overs. The St Andrews innings had supporters of both sides on the edge of their seats. The Centurions had the upper hand early
Werribee is desperate to regain some of its lost spark with one game to go before Bowls Victoria division 1 finals begin. The Bees have been up and down like a rollercoaster in recent weeks, with that form costing them whatever chance they had of hosting rights in the semi-finals. In Saturday’s 73-68 penultimate round loss to Preston-Reservoir, the Bees looked far removed from the side that had the look of a promotion outfit two months ago. “It’s one of the most disappointing games I’ve played in,” Bees skip Snowy Barker said. “Whether it’s blokes just not playing well enough or thinking they’re better than what they are, I’m not sure. “I’m gutted that we’ve lost our chance of a home final – it’s very disappointing.” The competition in this division is tight, with first and ninth separated by just five wins. That was the case on Saturday when Preston-Reservoir twice caught Werribee in a lull, first to establish a lead and then to pull away for a five-shot upset. “Our blokes were not switched on or committed,” Barker said. “They thought it was going to happen.”
when the Saints slumped to 2-40. But the Saints found their groove through Anthony Hibbert (71) and captain Jake Buttigieg (39) to advance to 2-114. With eight wickets to get, the Centurions star-studded bowling attack went to work. Spinner Dean Giarrusso took 2-37 off 11.5, including the game-clinching wicket of Mark Dorricott on the second-last ball of the day to have the Saints all out for 171. It was a brave move for captain Aaron Edrich to throw Giarrusso the ball for the last over, but it paid off big time. \ LANCE JENKINSON
Registration Day 23rd February Soldiers Reserve Time 11-2pm Sausage Sizzle and Apparel Available. All new players welcome from Under 9 - Under 16’s Registration fees this year include, end of year presentation day. 1st child $230.00 2nd child $190.00 3rd $170.00 EFTPOS is now available
Charged up: Werribee Centrals paceman Sam Crea lets his emotions spill out after taking a wicket. (WAYNE HAWKINS)
The Bees will host second-placed Bundoora RSL in a final-round blockbuster on Saturday. “We could end up playing them again the following week in the finals,” Barker said. “I don’t think we’ll be changing anything at the moment. We’ve just got to ask for a lift from everyone. “I’ll see if I can get a spark out of them next week.” \ LJ
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