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The past inspires artist in the present Liz Bell liz@mpnews.com.au AS Coolart Homestead’s first artist in residence, Somers artist Timothy Growcott feels so privileged to work in the grounds of the magnificent 19-century mansion that he gets into character, literally. “I occasionally dress in a period costume, especially if I am doing art demonstrations, because it’s such an incredible building and I like being part of the history,” he said. Since February, Growcott has used a studio at the back of the estate as a creative space several days a week, producing a range of artistic works and occasionally holding screen printing demonstrations. Growcott said the 87.5 ha estate provided an inspiring working environment. Primarily using the medium of screen print, Growcott is heavily influenced by nature and pattern, and has spent years working with remote Northern Territory artists teaching textile screen print techniques. An exhibition of his screen prints, The Very Wet Year, is running until the end of the month, and features bird life observed on the 12-acre

Luxton’s Lagoon, created by former owner and keen environmentalist Tom Luxton in 1939. The images depict the bustling and changing wetland scenes influenced by the particularly heavy rainfalls of 2016. They were transferred to silk screen and printed on a hand-painted gouache background, with additional colour spray-painted using a stencil. The exhibition, open 9am to 5pm daily, is being held in the tack room of the old barracks building, which dates from 1860, and was recently restored by the Friends of Coolart. The main Coolart house was built in1895 when Frederick Sheppard Grimwade bought the estate and built the homestead as the family's country retreat. The late Mr Luxton was one of the estate’s longest inhabitants and had the property declared a sanctuary for native wildlife in 1937. Gowcott’s six-month artistic residency is jointly supported by Oak Hill Gallery, Mornington, and Parks Victoria. Artistic dresser: Timothy Growcott dressed for another day at the historic Coolart property, Somers, where he is artist in residence. Picture: Gary Sissons

‘Unfair, underhanded’ $1000 offer Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire CEO Carl Cowie has been accused of “unfair and underhanded” tactics by the union negotiating council staff pay and conditions amid fears some council services will be outsourced. The Australian Services Union has

revealed Mr Cowie is offering permanent council employees a one-off payment of $1000 each and casual staff $300 in a move the union describes as “a dirty trick from the CEO”. The “incentive” payment to all staff would cost ratepayers about $1 million, according to the ASU. In a flyer headed “Don’t let the CEO buy your vote - when the time comes, vote no”, ASU branch secretary Rich-

ard Duffy said the shire wants staff to effectively sign away redundancy rights if they refuse to be transferred to a new employer. The union says staff sick leave will be slashed under the proposed new enterprise bargaining agreement. ASU branch executive president Michelle Jackson said the “unfair changes to sick leave entitlements had upset the hardworking staff at the council”.

“Staff are outraged that sick leave that has been used to support staff many of whom are also members of the community - through life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, is being slashed,” Ms Jackson stated. The union representative said the shire is offering staff a 6.8 per cent pay rise over three years but is cutting sick leave and penalty rates in the proposed new agreement.

“The CEO is splashing around $1 million in sign-on bonuses to get the staff to vote yes to a substandard agreement.” The union says casual staff, making up 27 per cent of the workforce, are not eligible for redundancies or sick leave. “So casuals have nothing to lose by taking the $300 sign-on bonus” although “it is not their fault”, the union says. Continued Page 8

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Unwanted ferals are moving in Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au

Cat nip: Renate Luhn and her unwanted feline visitors. Pictures: Yanni

RENATE Luhn has been inundated with stray cats since a vacant block of land in Skinner St, Hastings, was cleared of old car bodies and dilapidated sheds. The 81-year-old, who has two cats of her own, said the motley lot – of all ages and sizes – were mostly in poor health, even though she described some as gorgeous. The strays make their presence felt at her Salmon St home in the mornings and evenings, but lie low under the deck on hot afternoons. Although sympathetic to the cats’ plight, Ms Luhn said they were not welcome. “The place stinks,” she said. “All the males are spraying and it’s awful.” She said people should take responsibility for their pets. “People like me do the right thing and care for their animals but there’s no water out for them. “In hot weather people even keep their dogs inside.” Ms Luhn said she had asked Mornington Peninsula Shire to help remove the cats and was presented with a cat trap which she said she “can’t even lift”. In any event, that would only remove one cat at a time, she said. “I had expected the shire would come and clear them out but [a woman at the shire] said they weren’t allowed to under occupational health and safety rules. So it seems it’s all right for us to get sick but not them.” Ms Luhn said a neighbour had threatened to shoot the cats because the males were making noise at night fighting and calling to each other. Another said he was going to poison them. She said she had been advised by a council officer not to feed the cats and they would “go away”. “But that’s not the answer – that’s just moving the problem somewhere else.”

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Esso smokes to cut gas impacts Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au BLACK smoke belching from oilcompany Esso’s Long Island smoke stacks was part of “scheduled maintenance works on the main process units”, a company spokesman said last week. Communications advisor Travis Parnaby said the works – to run 28 January to 22 February – “had [been] carefully planned to minimise impacts on our local community and the environment”. “However, there will be a necessary increase in flaring throughout the course of these important works.” The smoke was noticeable on a day of total fire ban. Readers contacted The News to complain that the unwelcome airborne haze – part of the flaring process – was a “disgrace”. “I love the Mornington Peninsula for its natural beauty and diversity, but must admit that I’ve been shocked by the degree of pollution from the flaring stacks at Long Island Point,” Leslie Carter, of Hastings, said. “How are these emissions tolerated?” He had also sent an incident report to the EPA. Another resident, who asked not to be named, said: “I was stopped in my tracks by a large angry plume of black smoke on what was a total fire ban day”. “It was in the direction of my home and staining right across the sky and visible from as far away as Frankston

Smoke haze: Black emissions from the Long Island smoke stacks have been discolouring the sky over Hastings, night and day. Picture: Yanni

and even Dandenong. “I drove towards home to find it was Esso once again billowing tarry black oily smoke into the air. “Surely in this day and age an afterburner or filter of some kind could clean up this embarrassment on Hastings township.” Despite obvious black smoke, Mr Parnaby said the use of the flare “minimises environmental impacts by safely

burning excess gas, ensuring it does not escape into the atmosphere”. That raised eyebrows with the residents: “They have been belching out a steady stream of black smoke, day and night, for weeks now which, in the present weather conditions, can only be concerning for anyone at risk of respiratory disease, or generally alert to the dangers of airborne carcinogens,” Mr Carter said.

“The fact that this plume of acrid smoke also drifts over an acknowledged Ramsar site of special scientific importance should also be a point of shame for those responsible. “I did a little research online and found out that even in Nigeria – considered to be a Third World nation – the government has pledged to phase out wasteful and polluting flare-burning practises as soon as possible.

“We should expect better of a country with the international status and unique beauty of Australia.” Esso’s Mr Parnaby said the work was a “key part of our scheduled maintenance program which helps Esso prevent unplanned incidents or disruptions to the plant’s operations”. He said Esso had “engaged” with Mornington Peninsula Shire, EPA and CFA about the maintenance works.

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Hi-tech defence to beat speed fine Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A PENINSULA Link motorist booked for speeding has used his car’s dash cam and satellite pictures to measure the distance between two points to calculate his actual speed – more than 10kph below that stated on his fine. The calculation will add fuel to the fire of discontent over the dozens of contentious fines meted out to freeway drivers, many of who have joined the Peninsula Link 108 group which is planning a class action. Allan Tadich‎, of Kilsyth, said he received an infringement notice for doing 112kph as he passed the Loders Rd static camera on 22 December. “This seemed incorrect as I had my car’s cruise control set at 100kph,” he said. “Fortunately, I had the dash-cam on and was able to review the footage later.” Determined to prove the camera wrong, Mr Tadich used his dash cam and Google Earth to identify two easily recognisable points and cross referenced them. He then calculated the elapsed time taken to drive between the two points to within 0.5 of a metre. Using the formula speed equals distance divided by time he was able to calculate his actual speed at 101.5kph plus-or-minus 0.5kph.

“I have used this as the basis of my appeal and am calling for an internal review. Late Friday, Mr Tadich received some good news: The officer in charge of the traffic control branch had agreed to suspend his infringement pending “further investigation”. Mr Tadich said to be clocked supposedly at 112kph meant he could have been driving as fast as 115kph, using the plus-or-minus 3kph built into the cameras. He says this is ridiculous. “I have a high level of confidence that they are clearly wrong,” he said. “The static camera at Loders Rd has not been tested for 11 months and so, surely, is due for recalibration.” Cameras usually are tested every 12 months, meaning this camera is due for testing this month. He said a speed of 115kph would have been picked up by the point-topoint cameras, which calculate a car’s average speed over a certain distance. Road Safety Camera Commissioner John Voyage said the Peninsula Link investigation “is indeed continuing”. “We have analysed a substantial amount of data, but there is still more to go through,” he said. “We have received 96 complaints at this office, plus 12 that were received before the [Police] Minister [Lisa Neville] requested the investigation. “We are most certainly carefully

looking for where a problem could be. This involves carefully scrutinising every aspect of the road safety camera system along the Peninsula Link freeway.” Mr Voyage admitted there was a “substantial number of people who have informed us of their concern about the 108kph which they are alleged to have been travelling”. “However, there are also a number of other speeds which are popping up among people who assert that the reading is wrong.” He said he wanted to quickly finaIise his investigation. He had “repeatedly invited the public to provide dash-cam footage or GPS data of their trip or FineMate app tracking (“Speed check app for Link drivers” The News 20/12/16), or drivers of trucks with speed limiters”. Peninsula 108 group member Jarrod Salmon is emailing complaints to Mr Voyage. “I have quite a few to send off to the commissioner and spoke to him today regarding all the emails coming his way,” he said. Ironically, the cameras nabbed a high-profile victim: Police Commissioner Graham Ashton was clocked at 108kph in January last year. He paid up without a fuss – but that was before a slew of 108kph fines drew the cameras’ integrity into question.

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Green light for luxury hotel Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au

Balloon support: Primary school pupils Keisha, Crystal, Brayden, Aliya, Janaya and Kaya use an upturned table and balloons in a science experiment at Western Port Secondary College. Picture: Gary Sissons

Pupils get secondary’s scientific lift WESTERN Port Secondary College students have the future in their grasp by learning to use robots as part of a primary STEM program to deliver the new digital technologies curriculum. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and maths, and is a key part of the new Victorian schools’ curriculum. The first session on Monday was also attended by pupils from Tyabb

Railway Station Primary School, with Bittern, Crib Point, Hastings, Tyabb and Wallaroo primary schools rotating through this program during the year. College principal Michael Devine said the secondary college had been chosen as a STEM catalyst school, with two staff being trained by Deakin University. “This is an exciting opportunity for the secondary and primary schools

to collaborate, and share staffing and technology resources to deliver high quality education for students in our community,” Tyabb Railway Station Primary principal Emma Slater said: Mr Devine said the Primary STEM initiative aimed to “future proof the employment opportunities of young people in our community”. Stephen Taylor

A LUXURY hotel, to be called Jackalope, being built at Willow Creek Vineyard will open its doors to visitors in March. State Labor Planning Minister Richard Wynne has backed Mornington Peninsula Shire’s decision late last year to grant approval for the construction of a $26 million hotel with 46 rooms and two restaurants at 166 Balnarring Rd, Merricks North (“Winery can expand - shire”, The News 12/12/16). A 7-4 majority of councillors at November’s public council meeting supported the plan to build the hotel in a green wedge zone after council officers stated the winery business had “existing use rights”. State green wedge regulations stipulate the maximum number of people allowed on site at a venue situated in a green wedge is 150 people for locations of less than 40 hectares. The winery is situated on an 18-hectare site but Mr Wynne had no objection to about 280 people frequenting the Merricks North site at any one time. A spokesman for the minister said the planning permit was “a matter for the local council and applicant”. “The winery is operating under a number of lawfully-issued planning permits, some of which were subject to a VCAT review process,” spokesman

Patrick Lane said in a statement. “The expansion of the Merricks North winery will boost tourism in the region, stimulating the economy and creating jobs.” Chinese-born Melbourne-based Louis Li, a 28-year-old entrepreneur, is building the hotel and two restaurants called Doot Doot Doot and Rare Hare at the winery. A seven-metre tall jackalope — a mythical jackrabbit with antelope horns — will be installed at the entrance of the hotel. Mr Li had lodged a pre-emptive Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal appeal last year in the event of council rejecting the hotel plan. VCAT confirmed the hearing has been cancelled. Green Wedges Coalition coordinator Rosemary West, a Kingston councillor, said the approved application “allows an unacceptable overdevelopment of the site and a massive increase in the number of permitted patrons.” “We are disappointed that the approval is not going to be tested at VCAT because there appears to be a number of flaws in the way the application was approved,” she said. “It appears that little if no consideration was given to protecting the open, rural landscape of the Green Wedge. “Approval of the application sets an appalling precedent for more such damaging proposals.”

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Shire’s pay ploy Continued from Page 1 The union says Mr Cowie told them late last year council is looking at outsourcing the running of Home and Community Care (HACC) services provided by the shire. “Council are seeking to reduce employees’ current entitlement to take a redundancy rather than have their employment transferred to the new provider,� Ms Jackson said. “It is also an attempt to cut their current conditions to make it more attractive for potential contractors and service providers to take the employees on.� The possible outsourcing of HACC services comes after the shire put out an expression of interest last year for contractors to manage Sports and Leisure operations on behalf of council. “No decision to contract out the running of facilities has been made yet,� Ms Jackson said. “We believe this is because the current enterprise agreement doesn’t make the transfer of employees an attractive proposition for either council or the potential contractors and service providers.� Mr Cowie would not comment when asked questions about the offer to pay staff a one-off “incentive� ahead of a vote to accept the enterprise bargaining agreement. “It’s inappropriate for us to comment on enterprise bargaining agreements while negotiations are still taking place,� Mr Cowie said. “We take these negotiations very seriously and will continue the dialogue with our employees directly.� At January’s public council meeting he said negotiations were ongoing. “We've done fairly extensive enterprise bargaining negotiations between ourselves as the shire employer and the unions that represent different groups of staff within the shire,� the CEO said. “That is an important piece of work that the organisation does to try and, as best as possible, give a fair pay rise to the staff but also attempt to contain the costs of operations for the future.� The existing agreement expired at the end of December. Council staff will vote on the new EBA at the end of February. A majority is needed for staff to accept the new pay and condition terms. All employees, both permanent and casual, have equal voting rights.

Eyeballing at table tennis PARALYMPIC silver medallist Sam Von Einem, above, from South Australia, and Aaron Payne, Queensland, showed their skill when competing at Mornington last week in the Australian Para Table Tennis championships. The event, which ran from 3 to 7 February, was held at the civic reserve recreation centre in Dunns Road. Picture: Gary Sissons

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Arts talk HARPIST Sarah DeereJones will talk on “The History of the Harp: from Mediterranean Antiquity to 20th Century Europe”, at the Friday 24 February meeting of the Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society. New members can learn about the arts in a friendly, welcoming environment. Lectures are 5.30pm Fridays, Peninsula Community Theatre, Wilsons Rd, Mornington. The hour-long lectures are illustrated and are followed by light refreshments and an opportunity to meet the lecturer and fellow members. The cost is $20. Topics to be covered this year included “Aboriginal Art from Rock Art to Today”; “Columbus Indiana: the Unsung Home of American Modernist Architecture” and “The Art of two of Ancient Egypt’s most Extraordinary Queens: Nefertiti and Hatshepsut”. Details: call secretary Glad Hungerford, 9787 2092. Group excursions are also a feature, such as to Justin Art House Museum in Prahran, last October. Members can also join in small group tours designed around special art interests. Each year ADFAS Travel offers tours to Europe, United Kingdom, Asia, America and within Australia. For memberships call Sue Rintoul, 0439 659 324.

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Shire ‘no’ to ‘first right’ land sale Liz Bell liz@mpnews.com.au MELBOURNE Water has confirmed it made several unsuccessful attempts to sell a 5.6 hectare piece of prime Rosebud land to the Mornington Peninsula Shire for community use, before applying to have the land rezoned for development. Melbourne Water has declared the three lots of land in and around Jetty Rd as surplus to its needs and wants to rezone it under the controversial Fast Track Amendment scheme from public use zone 1 to general residential zone 1, potentially pocketing tens of millions of dollars from developers. Under the Fast Track process, agencies that want to sell public land must offer it to other government authorities, such as councils, before putting it on the open market. At the 30 January council meeting, Rosebud resident Doris Campbell asked if the council and councillors were aware that the shire could have purchased the land under the “first right of refusal� offer by Melbourne Water at a discounted rate of 30 per cent. Planning services manager David Bergin said it was his “understanding� that the land was only offered to the shire at the full market price. He said the modus operandi of the current state government was to sell off state-owned land in order to recoup as much money as possible. But that comment contradicts The News’ understanding that when councils buy state-owned land for community use, a hefty discount applies. Ms Campbell, who is spearheading a campaign

to stop the rezoning and retain some of the land as open space, said it was disappointing if the council had missed out on the opportunity to buy the land and keep it as open space for the community. Ms Campbell said that the convener of a Melbourne Water public information session held late last year in Dromana told residents that if the shire purchased part of, or all of the land for community use, Melbourne Water would sell it at the discounted rate. At the meeting, the council resolved that it would be seeking an assurance from Melbourne Water that open space elements along the creek and the important vegetation were retained and gifted back to council. Ms Campbell said residents were furious with the rezoning plans, and had started a petition to stop the land from being lost to the community.

Clean up day CONSERVATION minded helpers are invited to join Berg Mt Martha volunteers in Clean Up Australia Day events, Sunday 5 March. They should meet at Mt Martha Village, with registration in the Village Green carpark, opposite Mt Martha Yacht Club, 9am-noon; Birdrock Beach, with registration at the top of the stairs, 9.3011.30am, and at the Mt Martha Esplanade cliffs, with registration in the carpark, corner of Hearn Rd and The Esplanade, 9am-noon. Details: berg.org.au

Feral fighters: Michelle Sabto, Malcolm Allchin, Jaqui Salter, Sam Graham (Parks Victoria), Alisson Bolden (Parks) and Alan Costello at Buckley Reserve, Balnarring. Picture: Gary Sissons

Foxes face cull in Merricks North FARMERS near Buckleys Reserve, Merricks North, are being trained to kill foxes and rabbits. The training is part of a feral control project by members of Merricks Coolart Catchment Landcare Group. Dismayed by the high rates of native wildlife loss on the Mornington Peninsula, the group has received approval to implement feral controls, including culling. The project is being funded by the Port Phillip & Western Port Catchment Management Authority through the federal government’s National Landcare Program. “This is a great chance for landholders to work together to take positive action that will benefit local indigenous animals,� Landcare group president Alan Costello said. “Rabbit reduction is critical in reducing damage to native plants, maintaining pasture and avoiding soil erosion. Residents are particularly excited about the opportunity to undertake fauna monitoring on their properties using motionactivated fauna cameras.� The Mornington Peninsula Landcare Net-

work’s Dr Jacqui Salter supports the project. “Much of the high quality habitat in the Merricks Coolart catchment region is privately owned,â€? she said. “If landholders can undertake feral animal control in a coordinated manner, we can better support indigenous animals in the region, many of which are threatened by fox predation. In addition, rabbits can alter habitat and compete with indigenous fauna for food.â€? Endangered species in the area, including the growling grass frog and the blue-billed duck will benefit as both are threatened by foxes. Parks Victoria ranger Luke Ashford is pleased community action is supporting fauna at the reserve. “We think this is a fantastic project ‌ and look forward to seeing the results.â€? Landholders close to Buckleys Reserve are invited to join the project. The first information session on Saturday 18 February will provide advice on how landholders can help protect indigenous fauna and be involved in the project. Details: contact Mr Costello at aldian1@ bigpond.com or call 0412 549 994.

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Creating art in the open THERE are no limits to the materials and inspirations utilised by artists in pursuit of their craft. Off Balnarring Rd near the Tuerong junction hay bales eye off passing motorists, while in Buckley Reserve, Merricks, old pistons are propped, toadstool like, against the base of a tree. These artistic expressions give a new meaning to “en plein air,� the French term for artists working in the open air. Pictures: Gary Sissons

CFA brigades from Baxter, Langwarrin, Hastings and a breathing apparatus van from Frankston battled a fire which destroyed a portable office at the rear of the Somerville recreation centre on Saturday night. Crews were alerted to a bin fire at 10.40pm at the rear of the mechanics hall by a passer-by. When they arrived, a large column of smoke was seen rising from the rear of the old rec centre, which itself was burnt out in November in a blaze which caused $1.75-$2 million damage. On Sunday 5 February crews were again called to a “small� blaze inside the rec centre’s kitchen and office area, 4.45pm. Office materials may have been used to light the fire which was restricted to bench tops. Somerville brigade captain David O’Brien said the Saturday 11 February blaze was again deliberate. “Whoever lit the fire in the dumpster pushed it into the wall of the portable and it was fully engaged when we arrived. Flames were beginning to impact on the rear of the main building.� The $60,000 portable was destroyed and the blaze took about an hour to control. Three youths were seen running towards Jones Rd. Police had cordoned off the area and arson experts were searching for clues on Sunday morning. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

Burn-off breaks out CFA crews managed to contain an out-of-control burn-off on a private property at Pearcedale, Sunday 12 February. Half a hectare of grass and rubbish were burned before firefighters managed to contain

the blaze just after 3pm. Ten fire trucks attended the incident in Eramosa Rd and the fire was controlled before it could threaten homes. Fire restrictions were not in place on the day. The CFA encourages people to register burn-offs with the authority. Tips on how to conduct burn-offs safely can be found at cfa.vic.gov.au

Skylight robbery YOUTHS may have been to blame for a robbery at the Crib Point Community Centre, 1.20am, Saturday 11 February. Acting Senior Sergeant Melissa Rodgers, of Hastings police, said a skylight on the roof of the Governors Rd building was smashed and chocolates and chips taken from the canteen. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

Car lost in blaze TWO men were captured on CCTV pouring petrol from a can over a man’s car before setting it alight in Heatherlee Close, Somerville. The men – one aged 17 and the other in his late 20s or early 30s – received burns to their hands, and possibly their faces, when they lit the fire at 5.30am, Monday 13 February. They ran off along Graf Rd before disappearing. A Holden Commodore was destroyed in the attack. Detective Senior Constable Paul Smith, of Mornington Peninsula CIU, said anyone with information should call him on 5978 1430 or Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

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Past winner: Delys Sargeant Age Friendly Awards 2014 winner Jeanette Lane.

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Our community recently told us that a ‘clean and green’ environment is one of the ‘most loved’ things about living on the peninsula. The Shire is now preparing a plan to help the community reduce their carbon emissions and better adapt to the impacts of climate change. We need your help to guide this plan. Have your say by: • Taking the 5 –10 min survey by 21 March 2017; • Telling us your ideas at the chatterbox trailer popping up in your area; • Attending a fun, interactive workshop to help us plan the future.

To complete a survey, register your interest in the workshops or for more information visit: mornpen.vic.gov.au/cleanandgreen customerservice@mornpen.vic.gov.au 1300 850 600

NOMINATIONS for the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Delys Sargeant Age Friendly Awards close on Friday 17 February. The awards recognise a friend, club, business or service that contributes to building a stronger senior community on the peninsula. Categories include the mayor’s Senior Achiever Award; PACE Age Friendly Community Award, and Promotion of Intergenerational Opportunities Award. Delys Sargeant is the founding chair of Peninsula Advisory Committee for Elders and has been integral in shaping the shire’s approach to

supporting residents to age well. Ms Sargeant is an educator, medical scientist, health professional and advocate for older people. Her OAM in 1993 recognised her pioneering work in community health, particularly sexuality and relationships education for people with disabilities. To nominate, download the form at mornpen. vic.gov.au or pick up a copy at a shire customer service centre, or call 5950 1000 for a copy to be sent in the mail. Details: 5950 1617.

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Fire up the generators for our own cheap energy The extraction of hydrogen from brown coal may prove to be not economically, technically or environmentally feasible (“Ship on way for hydrogen exports”, The News 7/2/17). We were, a few decades ago, going to make diesel fuel out of the stuff, but that was a flop. There are immense problems which may not be solved in the processing, transportation, storage, delivery and the waste by-product. If anything, we should be sending bulk brown coal to Japan, not Hastings. Let the Japanese worry about the pollution and emissions mess. We have centuries’ worth of energy in the Latrobe valley in the form of brown coal. It is immense. It is ours. It is completely free. The power generators were built to provide simple, cheap, reliable electricity for industry and the people of Victoria. We must revitalise the turbines and generators and even add more. All of the electricity distribution network and mining facilities are still there. It seems insane to be building hundreds of giant steel windmills sitting on giant concrete foundation slabs at a cost of a few million dollars each, when we already have unlimited power available. Carbon emissions? Probably worth it [when] compared to the alternatives. Maybe the sun is cyclically processing more hydrogen than usual, making the earth warmer and causing more carbon in our atmosphere. Maybe the “warming” is not because of human induced carbon. We have always had climate change, from much colder to much hotter, over the last few millenniums. There are some mad theories around, climatic and economic. Remember the giant $19 billion desalination plant built because of the prevailing climate theory which was perpetual drought? The theory was invalid. We are still paying

double our water costs and $1.8 million a day to clever overseas investors for this never-used plant. Brian A Mitchelson, Mornington

Control the climate Readers will remember the TV series Star Trek and the catchy phrase “Beam me up Scottie” as the character, with the request to his watch band microphone, was transported back to his spaceship. What a wonderful invention. Scientists, engineers and medical experts, to name a few, have been able to provide us with some remarkable inventions. Unfortunately, it is unlikely they can invent a spray to restore neglected coal mines, areas of destroyed forest, bulldozed vegetation and polluted oceans. Offshore companies are exploiting our oil and gas reserves and pay no tax, yet the prices for these products are generally higher here than in Europe. Coal and gas are burnt to produce most of the increase in CO2 in the atmosphere, while the destruction of our natural resources continues. The spin on clean coal (no CO2 emissions) may eventually come true, as will “Beam me up Scottie”, but will it be too late to save the inevitable spiral of greater air temperatures, hotter and more numerous bush fires, more frequent storms, increased flooding and the destruction of food crops. Australia needs climate controls now, not in the future. Peter Strickland, Balnarring

Cull the possums On the Mornington Peninsula as far north as Seaford we are pursued by plagues of possums and spotted doves (pigeons introduced from Pakistan in the late 1800s) and our current state government appears unwilling to consider

reviewing the 1974 Wildlife Act to introduce limited culling of both of these species. Possums continue to destroy our fruit trees, gardens and trees in general and their droppings putrefy pathways and the ever present unAustralian love call of the Pakistani pigeons is a persistent irritant, not mention their in-flight droppings and attack on native habitats. Surely limited culling of these species is overdue and limited culling of possums is practiced successfully in other parts of Australia. One hopes the government will heed our frustrated plea. Ron O’Toole, Mt Eliza

Fears for wedge Martin Dixon appears not to see that by encouraging the flouting of the rules for development on green wedge land on the Mornington Peninsula he’s actually putting ever greater pressure on our natural environment, and so slowly diminishes the beauty and tranquillity of this exceptional place we live. He should not pretend that he represents the wishes of peninsula residents (“Green agriwedge” Letters 31/1/17). In this letter he seems to encourage the Mornington Peninsula Shire to facilitate even more development on ever smaller parcels of land. If he thinks I’m partisan, I would like to point out that his growth at any cost attitude seems to be typical of the present federal government’s philosophy. Yes, I would like to see more employment on the peninsula, but not at the cost of our exceptional natural assets. How about canvassing for some 21st century jobs for the industrial land north of Hastings? And some long overdue public transport links to the south of Melbourne, so people could live here and commute to meaningful jobs. Rupert Steiner, Balnarring Beach

No fear, MPs in charge With the focus heavily on [US President] Donald Trump’s doings and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s in and out inertia, we have temporarily set state politics to one side. Last week certain sections of the media cel-

Aged care by the bay that’s much closer to home.

ebrated the PM’s new found personality change (of course) but other than one commentator’s piece on suggesting a replacement PM it was all attack, with Danny Andrews again copping it from all angles. Underage kids running amok, disregard for the law, urged on by shadow premier Matthew Guy. Danny’s onto a proposal for a more heavyhanded approach to the youth justice system; admittedly overdue. The problem has been here the past seven years and it’s time to spend a large chunk of the surplus upgrading security. Maybe consider upgrading the peninsula bus service, with a travel time span Frankston to Rye today equal to that same time span in the 1940s. Worry not. We have [federal Flinders MP, Liberal] Greg Hunt and [state Nepean MP, also Liberal]Martin Dixon looking after our interests. Cliff Ellen, Rye

CFA seeks members MT MARTHA CFA is on the lookout for new members. It will be calling on residents over the next month to become daytime firefighters. Captain Brian Smith said volunteers did more than just firefighting. “Brigades need people who can assist with community education programs, promotions and displays, fundraising and administrative activities,” he said. “Volunteers receive nationally-accredited training and develop skills that can be used outside CFA, including in the workplace or at home. “Membership offers fresh challenges, as well as a chance to meet new people and give something back to the local community.” An information session will be held 7.30pm, Tuesday 21 March, at the fire station, 6 Latrobe Drive, Mt Martha. Captain Smith said the CFA was Victoria’s largest volunteer organisation. “It is a great way to involve the whole family in community service,” he said. Details: call 0448 122 895 or email volunteer@mtmarthafb.com.au

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Hastings Primary School has a special place in the history of Hastings with 145 years of service to the community. We currently have 250 students who enjoy a safe, friendly and inclusive environment providing high quality social and academic experiences for them all. As you walk through the grounds you will see our beautiful gardens, the oldest oak tree in Hastings, vegetable planter boxes, kids cage, loose parts play area, 3 playgrounds and 3 sandpits, henhouse, frog pond, walking tracks and large sporting facilities. Come see our Good Living classroom kitchen, drop into our Community Cafe, join Bugs n’ Beetles playgroup or become a volunteer and support classroom activities, fresh fruit Friday or the school’s breakfast club. $VDIXOO\DFFUHGLWHG.LGVPDWWHUVFKRROVLJQLÀFDQWIRFXVLVSODFHGRQVFKRRO community wellbeing with a framework of strategies including: • year round activities promoting a positive school community • explicit teaching and learning of social and emotional curriculum • working closely with families, volunteers, support agencies and health professionals • understanding and promoting mental health and wellbeing. Our learning spaces are vibrant, busy and exciting as students, staff and volunteers work together growing their skills in areas such as Literacy, Numeracy, Digital Technologies, Visual Arts, Foodsmart, Bike Ed, Science, Sustainability and Inquiry, Spanish and Physical Education. These programs are enhanced with regular incursions, excursions, camps and sporting activities. In addition, there are many professional service providers working within the school including speech pathology, occupational therapy, psychologists, chaplain and, in 2017, a paediatric service will be available at the school. We welcome enquiries and are happy to arrange school tours at any time.

Sue Lyons PRINCIPAL

Hastings Primary School Hodgins Road, Hastings VIC 3915 Phone: 03 5979 1517 email: hastings.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au au Web: www.hastingsprimary.vic.edu.au

Western Port Secondary College is a dynamic learning community located in a beautiful rural setting on the Mornington Peninsula. It is a smaller sized secondary school with approximately 580 students, set on several landscaped acres with outstanding modern buildings and teaching and learning spaces. Our school places a great emphasis on pastoral care and a very positive approach to student wellbeing. We are constantly seeking to develop each student’s personal and social skills. We believe that the best environment for students to learn is one that is safe, inclusive, respectful, caring and purposeful, and one where personalised and individual learning programs can be achieved. Being a mid-sized secondary college this is achievable for us. Each and every student is known and has a place in our school. The current strategic plan focusses on our core business of Teaching and Learning and Accountability. We ensure all students explicitly taught at the level they are at in order to progress along the continuum and teachers continue to work hard developing differentiated curriculum and associated assessment to accommodate this. To better facilitate our new approach to Teaching and Learning, we have a dedicated Year 7 Learning Centre and recently opened a new Year 8 Learning Centre. Our Year 9 Program ‘Project 9’ continues to go from strength to strength providing a stimulating and engaging experiential learning program alongside core subjects. The school is part of a Department endorsed STEM Catalyst program and is a partner school with the Mitchell Institute on the ‘Entrepreneurial Learning in Schools’ project. Programs ran at the senior end of the college cater to a broad range of student learning, including access to VCE, VCAL, VET and SBATs. Sporting excellence along with a strong focus on extra-curricular activities such as HPV is another area the college prides itself on. The school also maintains a strong music and performing arts program and regularly host concerts and productions. The college was recently y reinstated with its 5 Star Sustainability Accreditation, receiving numerous environmental awards in recent years and this supports the work of the student led Environmental Action Group. The school continues to host Malaysian and Japanese students each year and has a sister school in Malaysia which is visited by students every two years, whilst undertaking the ‘G’day USA’ tour in the alternate year. I am very proud to be the Principal of such a dynamic College. Every day is an open day at Western Port Secondary College and you can arrange a personal tour with me by contacting Sue Iles on 5979 1577 to arrange a time. Alternatively, everyone is welcome to attend our open night to be held on the 28th March 2017 between 5.00pm – 7.00pm.

Michael Devine PRINCIPAL

Westernport Secondary College High Street, Hastings VIC 3915 Phone: 03 5979 1577 email: western.port.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Web: www.westernportsc.vic.edu.au

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As the new Principal, it is my pleasure to lead a passionate and professional team who are committed to every student succeeding. We are excited about the new direction of the school and the opportunities our students at Wallaroo Primary will be presented with this year. Throughout 2017, we will deliver meaningful lessons in Literacy and Mathematics, Music, Art, P.E., Science, Sustainability and Digital Technologies to encourage students to collaborate and apply critical thinking and creativity to solve problems. Hands-on, investigative education allows students to actively participate in their learning. For this reason we implement the Walker Learning Approach from Prep-Year 6 and have done so since 2013. We place personalised learning at the forefront of our teaching. Teachers scaffold students’ interests to state and national curriculum, making learning more relevant and tailored to the individual child. Our values of caring, responsibility, respect, personal best, honesty and cooperation are incorporated into all aspects of our teaching and learning and we set high expectations while providing ongoing support to our students. Wallaroo Primary provides an engaging and caring atmosphere. We are committed to the academic excellence and welfare of our students and welcome perspective families to contact us to learn more.

Somers Primary School has continued to grow at a very high rate, increasing from 258 in 2015 to 310 in 2017. Our reputation is as a school which caters for a wide range of children. Our aim is to ensure that every child attending Somers Primary School is the best they can be, academically socially and as people. We provide an education focused on imparting the key skills of the 21st Century, with a strong focus on Literacy, Mathematics, Science and Art. Our children have access to the latest technology including the study of STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Every child has at least 45 minutes of Science/Technology and STEM each week. Our STEM curriculum builds the skills children need to thrive in the current Century through learning practically. Children learn to design and 3D print objects which are part of a problem solving program. The computer program Scratch is used for computer coding and this year the year 5 & 6 children will learn to program using Microsoft C++. In terms of Literacy and Mathematics, children study at their point of challenge regardless of age. This means that our more advanced students are challenged and those that need extra support receive one on one or small group support. We operate advanced Mathematics and Literacy programs for more accomplished learners. Children learn in different ways and we cater for children who learn by doing through the provision of practical programs involving design and construction. Debating is a key feature of the school as is an Active School Sports Program. Student wellbeing is catered for through our Restorative Justice Program which empowers children to express their needs and concerns. Our ultimate aim is to provide a program which provides care for individuals and promotes excellence in a 21st Century context.

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I am very fortunate to be the Principal of Tyabb Railway Station Primary School, a great small school. Tyabb Railway Station Primary School is a unique and inclusive school. We are able to boast beautiful, expansive, well-kept grounds and a kitchen garden planted and maintained by the students and our Environmental Leaders. Our chickens roam around the school gardens and produce eggs for us to sell. Even the chickens have to work hard! At Tyabb Railway Station Primary School, we aim to maximise the educational opportunities and learning outcomes of our students, promoting positive self-esteem and the attainment of personal best, through the delivery of quality, differentiated educational programs. We maintain a strong focus on Literacy and Numeracy, complemented by an inquiry based curriculum. We have new curriculum initiatives for 2017 including our specialised Maths Extension Programs and individualised Literacy Assistance programs. We DUHIRUWXQDWHWREHDEOHWRRIIHUDQRXWVWDQGLQJ67(0SURJUDPLQSDUWQHUVKLSZLWKRXUORFDOVHFRQGDU\FROOHJHDW:HVWHUQSRUWD D Ă€QHH[DPSOHRIVFKRROV VKDULQJIDFLOLWLHVVWDIIDQGUHVRXUFHV7\DEE5DLOZD\6WDWLRQ3ULPDU\6FKRROKDVPDGHDFRPPLWPHQWWRKDYLQJDGGLWLRQDOVWDIĂ€QJZLWKLQDOODUHDVRIWKH school to support student learning. Our students take pride in their school and love participating in the many sporting programs on offer. Students are already organising the relay team to compete against the teachers in our up and coming sports carnival at Crib Point Outdoor Pool. We cater for individual learning needs and interests and offer the following programs; Breakfast Club, Bike Education, Kinnect2Dance, Visual Arts, Indonesian, Cultural Studies, Science and Health and Physical Education and are proud to boast that we are the sister school off 4 International Schools: China, South Korea, Indonesia and England. We love hosting our international guests and showing them how we do things the Tyabb Railway Way. These programs enhance our core learning subjects of Literacy, Numeracy, Science and General Studies. If new students enrol at Tyabb Railway Station Primary School before February 26th 2017 and can answer this question correctly y “ Name the Principal of Tyabb Railway Station Primary School,â€? parents will receive a free stationery pack. It is with great pleasure that I serve the Tyabb Railway Station Primary School community. I would love to meet new students and families, so take advantage of our open door policy and visit our great small school nestled away at 88 The Crescent, Tyabb.

Emma Slater PRINCIPAL

Tyabb Railway Station Primary School The Crescent, Phone: email: Web:

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First class family style and amenities Address: Auction: Agency: Agent:

93 Dominion Road, MOUNT MARTHA Saturday 25 February at 2pm Bowman & Company, 168 Main Street, Mornington, 5975 6888 Alex Campbell, 0432 344 394

CUSTOM-designed to the highest standard, this striking, near-new contemporary residence combines state-of-theart appointments with a dress circle Mount Martha location, just a short stroll from the village shops and beach. The double-storey home delivers a flawless family environment that is geared towards entertaining with splendid light-filled interiors comprising spacious living and dining rooms which each flow out to a beautiful alfresco zone, with down lights and strip heating, that overlook the landscaped garden featuring bluestone paving that links to fire pit area with

seating. The magnificent kitchen showcases all the latest innovations with two industrial pyrolytic self-cleaning Smeg ovens, soft closing drawers, clear glass splashback and a wonderful expanse of stone benchtops, and the spacious dining area will comfortably seat ten. A sound-proof media room with heavy duty doors is in addition to a large rumpus room and separate study that each provide fabulous zoned living for any member of the family. Upstairs are three bedrooms, including the palatial main bedroom which is designed to pamper and spoil with a huge walk-in robe

and luxurious stone finishes to an exquisitely tiled ensuite. Remaining bedrooms share the fully tiled main bathroom, and back downstairs there is a handy powder room for guests. From the street there is an expansive paved area that will accommodate at least six vehicles and the double garage under the roof line has extra storage space. Complete with central heating, refrigerated cooling, ducted vacuum system, video intercom and alarm, this first-class family home also has an exceptional beachside location close to the shops, parks and a range of quality schools.

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Three times the charm

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Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

33 Kinlora Drive, SOMERVILLE Negotiable over $550,000 Harcourts, 10/14 High Street, Hastings, 5970 8000 Tim Ripper, 0434 513 640

FULLY renovated, this spacious property offers a fantastic floor plan where the master bedroom and formal living room are set to the front, and a rumpus room and two more bedrooms are zoned towards the rear of the home. The master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite, with the remaining bedrooms both featuring built-in robes and sharing the main bathroom. All bedrooms have ceiling fans plus ducted heating and air-conditioning. There is a separate dining room, and incorporated into the central family room is a crisp galleystyle kitchen with plenty of cupboard space and stainless-steel appliances including an under-bench oven. Perfect for entertaining throughout the year is the vast undercover patio where a clever addition is the enclosed spa and home gym. The flat block is well-fenced with established hedges around the fence line creating a reassuring sense of privacy as the children get to enjoy a fantastic playground. This sensational family property is within close proximity to primary and secondary schools, shopping centres and transport.

1/18 Beatty Parade, MORNINGTON Negotiable over $420,000 Harcourts, Suite 2/1a Main Street, Mornington, 5970 8000 Daniel Brooker, 0435 858 244

TURN your dream of beachside living into a reality with this fresh and appealing twobedroom villa, just walking distance from Main Street and the beach. Sure to appeal to investors and downsizers, this low maintenance home is set at the front of the block and has a single garage plus extra off-street parking for guests. The cosy interior has been well-maintained and has air-conditioning and a gas log-effect heater to the living areas. The lounge room adjoins the meals area and kitchen which has a stainless-steel oven and gas cooktop. The two bedrooms share the combined bathroom and laundry; the larger main bedroom has two built-in robes and room for a desk, whilst the second bedroom also has built-in robes and a pleasant outlook to the courtyard. Solid, affordable and in a convenient location, add this one to your investment portfolio or make it your permanent beachside bachelor pad.

COUNTRY OR COASTAL FOR SALE 39 BRENNANS ROAD, LONGFORD

$648,000

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61-63 SIXTH AVE NTH, PARADISE BEACH

â&#x20AC;˘ Minutes from the 90 Mile Beach â&#x20AC;˘ Pleasant rural outlook â&#x20AC;˘ Fenced both sides

â&#x20AC;˘ Views across Lake Reeve to Great Dividing Range â&#x20AC;˘ Large block with two titles â&#x20AC;˘ Light, fresh, airy home â&#x20AC;˘ 2 bedroom / ensuite/ spa bath â&#x20AC;˘ Shed/workshop/established gardens

$245,000

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40 WYNDHAM STREET, SRATFORD

$284,000

MOUNTAIN VIEWS CLOSE TO THE BEACH

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Offers Over $690,000

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Set on an 800sqm (approx.) block, this unique gem is what living in Balnarring is all about. Stunning established gardens will captivate you, and from the large open living space take pleasure in the visuals of an exposed brick feature wall and lead light windows. The generous kitchen provides has a splash of red, and is equipped with a gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher. An informal meals area adjoins a large covered rear deck with shady garden views. This 4 bedroom home includes 2 newly renovated bathrooms, with each bedroom offering built in robes and lovely plantation shutters. Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

PRIDE OF PLACE

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This immaculate 3 bedroom home located in a quiet culd-de-sac is the essence of the saying. ‘The home is where the heart is’. Bestowed with an abundance of TLC and improvements, the home features a modern galley kitchen with double oven, gas cook top, dishwasher, pantry, meals area with cosy Conara and generous lounge room. Other features include gas heating, air-conditioning, modern window furnishings throughout, ceiling fans, new hot water service, new guttering and fencing. Set on 552m2 allotment (approx) with neat low maintenance gardens, patio and 2 garden sheds. Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

HASTINGS

Offers Over $520,000

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Offers Over $385,000

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PERFECT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

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Located in a quiet cul-de-sac this rendered brick home has been beautifully renovated with modern fittings, cabinetry and new carpets. Freshly painted also, the immaculate 4BR offers open plan living, a large family room, modern kitchen and dining area. The enormous fourth bedroom opens to the rear veranda and could be utilised as a theatre room or rumpus. The central kitchen features stainless steel appliances including dishwasher and adjoins the family room which opens out to a wrap around alfresco area. Central heating & air conditioning are other features included in this spotless home.

Set on a 807m2 block (approx), this rendered brick home has exposed beams and high ceilings to an adaptable open floor plan where there is feeling of space and plenty of natural light. The timber kitchen adjoins a large lounge room, dining and studio, with 2 bedrooms sharing the bathroom. Other features include gas heating, air conditioning, built in robes and a large central bathroom. In addition, outside provides an oversized carport, terrace and alfresco area, plus a fully fenced front and rear yard providing privacy and security all round.

Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

Who can you trust with your investment property? BTRE is the largest independent real estate agent in Western Port with a property management team boasting over 25 years of experience. Our team consists of two senior property managers, one assistant property manager and a rentals administrator who work together to manage your property as if it were their own. Our state of the art office features the latest technology and our staff undertake continuing training and education which keeps them up to date with the latest legislation and systems in the world of property management.

Become a Hassle-free landlord! Forget the hassles…at BTRE we can assure you that we will protect your property and maximise your investment returns. btre.com.au WENDY TALLON Director and Senior Property Manager 0419 135 836 wendy@btre.com.au

LEONIE SCHRYEN Senior Property Manager

SARAH YOUNG Assistant Property Manager

MAREE WIESE Rentals Administrator

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64 High Street, Hastings 03 5979 2489 www.robertsandgreen.com.au

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SOMERVILLE 2 Lyn Court

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FAMILY HARMONY IN A LEAFY PARK-SIDE SETTING - Tucked away in a sought-after street, this character-filled home will have you falling in love, thanks to free-flowing interiors that cater to both an established or growing family.

GREYLEAVES II - Peaceful, picturesque and surrounded by serenity on approximately 1.45 acres, this charming Edwardian-inspired residence offers the perfect solution for a family who desires a country setting with the convenience of all town services. Master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-robe. Renovated main bathroom with dual-entry to second bedroom. Q Separate study provides options for formal dining or a fourth bedroom. Q Superb stone-topped kitchen with Bosch dishwasher and gas cooktop. Q Entertainer’s deck with sunny northerly aspect. Q Lovely bamboo floors and an open fireplace to the formal lounge room. Q Large workshop and double carport. Q

Three bedrooms – master with ensuite, ceiling fan and WIR’s. Q Light filled living area with a beautiful open fireplace and ceiling fan. Q Sunny entertaining deck providing a leafy backdrop. Q Rear yard framed by fruit trees and veggie patches. Q Ducted heating, timber floors, solar panels, garden shed and water tanks. Q

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PRISTINE UNIT OFFERS SPACE, SUBSTANCE + EASY CARE LIVING - Offering both a clever investment opportunity and an enviable lifestyle choice, this stunning unit is a dream entry into this sought-after community.

BLISSFUL LIVING IN THE SOLAR ESTATE - Blessed with earthy tones, this family home is bursting with surprises behind a private front fence. With an established garden of flowering roses and leafy foliage, this delightful property feels like a peaceful oasis. Q Three spacious bedrooms – master suite with ensuite and walk-in-robe. Q An expansive living and dining area opens to a paved alfresco area. Q Central kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances. Q Second living area, separate study and a rumpus room. Q Creature comforts include ducted heating, evaporative cooling and double garage with rear roller door access to yard.

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‘a lifestyle village for the over 50’s’ 249 High Street, Hastings, 3915 www.peninsulaparklands.com.au

SOLD XOpen plan living XHuge kitchen XFormal dining area XLounge area XTwo bedrooms with BIR’s XSingle carport

$170,000

XHuge kitchen XSeparate dining & lounge XAir-conditioning X Two bedrooms with BIR’s XSingle carport

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$185,000

XOpen plan kitchen & dining XLarge lounge area XTwo bedrooms with BIR’s XBathroom & laundry XAir-conditioning XSingle carport

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$215,000

XTwo bedrooms + study XSpacious kitchen & dining X Lounge room with air-con XQuality window tinting XExternal blinds X Garage with roller door

$252,500

XNear new home XKitchen & separate dining XTwo bedrooms with BIR’s + study XLounge with air-conditioning. XPatio w/ retractable all-weather blinds XGarage with roller door

$285,000

To arrange your site inspection contact David Nelli 0403 111 234 or at the office on 5979 2700 Email: david@peninsulaparklands.com.au

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AUCTION THIS SAT 133 Graydens Road, Tuerong 3

A 2B

• 83 acre (approx) former apple orchard featuring three large dams ideal for irrigating, three main paddocks, underground drainage, secure fencing and ample shedding including packing, storage and cool rooms • Blank canvas for any number of farming pursuits, the traditional farmhouse includes bedrooms with BIR, separate living/meals areas, family bathroom and 2nd toilet • Sweeping acreage affords many attractive locations to build a contemporary new home (STCA) only minutes from shops, schools, services and Peninsula Link

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Auction Inspect

Saturday 18th of Feb at 1pm Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm

Campbell Noonan Dean Phillips

0400 062 987 0402 833 865

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03 5975 4555 03 9787 2422


Balnarring 89a Balnarring Road

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Exclusive Acreage Estate on Village Edge A home and retreat in one, this grand property offers a lifestyle full of abundance with a majestic façade and lake views, multiple living areas, built in bars, pavilion, private garden and boathouse that overlooks your own lake. The main house comprises of three bedrooms – the impressive master bedroom opening to a verandah features a WIR & FES, three living areas include a formal lounge and there is an upstairs rumpus room, open plan kitchen, dining and lounge room. Head down from the deck opening from the main living area to the boathouse which boasts an impressive outdoor living area including an in-built BBQ, sitting area and handsome bar. Inside the boathouse is a steam room and gym which takes in the tranquil lake views and a full bathroom. The scenic lake is full of life with a secluded sandy beach area, jetty and a beautiful arc bridge that leads to a gazebo surrounded by water and foliage. Alongside the boathouse is an additional self-contained pavilion perfect for a teenage retreat with a powder room and private deck. The list of extras on offer continues with a ducted vacuum system; ducted heating and cooling, two sheds, a horse paddock with saddle enclosure, kids cubby, herb garden, fruit and nut trees.

For Sale Price On Application View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Tim Ripper M 0434 513 640 P 03 5970 7333 tim.ripper@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

NEW LISTING

Tyabb 81 Delepan Drive

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Modern Flow on 1500sqm(approx.) Here lies an excellent opportunity to buy one of Tyabb’s finest. Boasting a large land size, open plan living and a modern and chic finish makes this home well suited to all families, professional couples, people coming off large acreage and anyone after that ideal place to call home. Comprising: 4 bedrooms with ensuite and walk in robe off master, large study, open plan kitchen, meals and lounge, separate kids zone/living, bi fold doors opening up to an expansive deck, huge yard, multiple rear sheds and a double car garage. Special features include: butler’s pantry, stone bench tops and subway tiles, internal access from garage, wood fire, heating and cooling, undercover entertaining, wrap around rear deck, wide entrance hall, hard wood flooring, powder room, custom built cabinetry and the ideal floor plan. Close to all that Tyabb and the Peninsula has to offer; local schools, shops, recreation facilities, a short drive to the area’s leading beaches and an easy ride into town via Peninsula Link.

Auction Saturday 4th March at 1:30pm View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Tim Ripper M 0434 513 640 P 03 5970 7333 tim.ripper@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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FOR LEASE

FOR LEASE

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Brand new three bedroom home Brand new three bedroom situated in Crib Point. This lovely home features three spacious bedrooms. Master bedroom with WIR and ensuite with double shower. Remaining rooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Open plan living combined with the kitchen. Kitchen features 900mm gas stove top, electric oven and s/s dishwasher. Main bathroom with seperate toilet. Laundry.

Ducted heating. This lovely home features an undercover entertainment home with privacy. Double remote garage with internal access.

Hastings 3/12 Skinner Street

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Townhouse Overlooking Marina & Western Port Bay

For Lease $360 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

FOR LEASE

This executive townhouse includes three large bedrooms all with built in robes, ceiling fans and electric heating. Master with full ensuite bathroom, two other bathrooms including one incorporated in the laundry. The kitchen is fitted with gas and electric appliances, including dishwasher. A large open plan living area upstairs has full

balcony views to the bay. Other features include: split system air conditioning, gas hot water and double lock remote door garage. With a beautiful view overlooking the Marina, where else would you rather be!

For Lease $415 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

FOR LEASE

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Balnarring 5 Bluewater Court

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Easy Living!

Hastings 20 Kurrajong Street

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This easy living home enjoys a superb peninsula location boasting blissful views and functional upstairs & downstairs living spread across three levels. Upstairs is the main living area, kitchen and study. Whilst mid level you will find a second living area, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and ensuite. Other features to the main living area are the recessed ceilings, polished timber floors, and slid-

ing doors opening to the main deck that offers a perfect spot to relax. A master bedroom has large WIR, while other bedrooms all have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. The kitchen is very large and easy to move around in with appliances including a gas stove and electric oven! All of this plus storage space under the stairs, air conditioning, alfresco area, double car parking space, and , easy to maintain gardens.

For Lease $440 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

This 3 bedroom home is conveniently located within walking distance to the town centres many cafes and shops. This property is freshly painted through out and offers 3 bedrooms with built in robes, formal lounge with gas wall furnace, separate meals area, kitchen with gas appliances, brand new family bathroom with shower over bath,

a separate laundry and a great sized back yard. it ticks all the boxes, be sure not to miss it. Outside there is a secure yard secure yard and carport.

For Lease $320 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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We welcome SUE BLAIKIE to the Harcourts Hastings Property Management team bringing her many years of experience, expertise, knowledge and attention to detail to the area’s leading rental team

Welcome back to JESS ROLLINS from maternity leave

When It comes to managing your property, we have an unwavering commitment to place the best tenants into your number one asset. For outstanding service, knowledge and a property management experience that exceeds your expectations, talk to us. Contact Liane, Jess, Mellisa or Sue for any property management needs, to them it’s not just a job it’s a passion. hastings.harcourts.com.au

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168 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Moorooduc

Auction

A4 B3 C5

234 Coolart Road, Moorooduc Magnificent Lifestyle Property This stunning five acre (Approx.) property with a floodlit sand based arena delivers a flawless family environment set in picturesque country surroundings with a magnificent north-facing four-bedroom, two-bathroom home spilling out to an entertaining mecca staged around a 13-metre heated pool, covered lounge and cabana with heated spa. Highlights include three living areas including a billiards room with bar, dining room with bi-fold doors, superb Corian entertainer’s kitchen, surround sound, post and rail fencing with interlinked paddocks and day yards, huge multi-purpose barn with bathroom and extensive shedding within close proximity to shopping villages, schools, beaches and Peninsula Link.

Auction Inspect Contact

25th February 12.00pm As advertised or by appointment Ayden Nelson 0419 447 038 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103

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168 Main Street, Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mount Martha

Auction

10 Caroline Court, Mount Martha Fully renovated to a superior standard of finish, this stunning three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence boasts light-saturated living spaces and seamless indoor-outdoor connections tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac close to Bentons Square and primary schools. The sumptuous interiors flaunt stylish flooring, bespoke handcrafted light fittings, sleek concrete benchtops and the latest fixtures. Expansive windows in the spacious living and dining zones and state-of-the-art kitchen ensure the meticulously landscaped gardens and designer decking interplay with the interior. Excellent appointments include a luxe main bedroom suite, single garage, a second driveway with remote gates and so much more!

Auction 25th February 3.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A3 B2 C2

Mount Martha

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93 Dominion Road, Mount Martha Custom designed to the highest standard, this striking 18-month-old contemporary two-storey residence combines stunning appointments situated in the dress circle of Mount Martha just a short stroll from the village and beachfront. Featuring a magnificent Smeg kitchen with Butler’s pantry, media room, rumpus room, study, separate living and dining rooms linking to year-round alfresco entertaining, palatial main bedroom suite and parking for eight cars.

Auction 25th February 2.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Alex Campbell 0432 344 394 Jake Egan 0491 129 137 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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AUCTION

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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL

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Freehold in central Mornington

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2/10 Blamey Place, MORNINGTON $1,100,000 Kevin Wright Commercial, 1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, 5977 2255 Kevin Wright, 0417 564 454

WITH frontage to Blamey Place and a large public car park opposite, this is a rare chance to purchase a freehold close to the action on Main Street. Currently leased to a high-profile real estate agency, the separately titled area measures 216 square metres with excellent office space, a reception area and a lunch room. Returning about $48,000 per annum, included in the sale are two car parks on the below ground floor.

11 Wallis Drive, HASTINGS $850,000 plus Kevin Wright Commercial, 1/26 McLaren Place, Mornington, 5977 2255 Jamie Stuart, 0412 565 562

POSITIONED just off Frankston- Flinders Road, this large 2077 square metre freehold property is a building ahead of its time, ticking all the boxes when it comes to suiting the industrial requirements of today. The premises provides great flexibility for warehousing and distribution, manufacturing or transport and logistics operations. The total building area measures about 936 square metres with 860 square metres of that spread over two separate warehouses, both with high clearance, making them perfect for maximising racking efficiency. The property boasts a considerable amount of secure hardstand for container loading and storage together with ease of access for staff and deliveries. The property has a generous amount of office accommodation and staff amenities.

EXECUTORS AUCTION - FORMER COMMONWEALTH BANK BUILDING Purpose built banking chamber of approx 310m² on ground floor plus first floor staff facilities of approx 98m² in the most prominent location in town. Planning permit issued to convert existing footprint into 3 shops of approx 72m², 73m² and 66m² facing High Street with an additional 98m² shop facing Victoria Street PLUS a new shop of 118m² facing Victoria Street over existing car park. Such a sought after location does not come onto the market often in Hastings and when redeveloped these new shops will command a premium return. This is a genuine opportunity to purchase a solidly constructed building on the most prominent corner in town. NOTE: All bidding will be on a + GST basis

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AUCTION Wednesday 22 February at 2:00pm VIEW

By Appointment

TERMS

10% Depsoit Balance 60 days / vacant possession

AGENT

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HASTINGS 63-67 HIGH STREET

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Boutique bakery

ESTABLISHED for 40 years, this busy laundrette in St Kilda is open seven days with a full list of equipment including 11 washing machines and eight clothes dryers. For customers there is a coin changer and drinks machine, and the three hot water services are all gas heated. For security purposes, the front door has an automatic timer set for opening and closing hours.

CURRENTLY run under management, this boutique bakery and cafe is the only takeaway food business in the area and has an On Premises liquor licence to 9pm. There is seating inside for 45, and the outdoor decking can accommodate a further 60 customers. Trading 7 days from 7.30am to 5pm, the premises has plenty of parking to the front and rear and an excellent array of quality equipment can cater to any menu options.

Coin Laundry, ST KILDA Price: $80,000 Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Licensed cafe and bakery, RED HILL Price: $425,000 + stock Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Business Sales Specialists www.latessabusiness.com.au 50 Playne Street Frankston

Tel: (03) 9781 1588 Business Migrants Expert Advisory Service BEAUTY SALON - CHELSEA HEIGHTS

SHOE RETAILER - MORNINGTON

LICENSED CAFE - HASTINGS

Attractive salon with 8 beauty rooms. Well located in shopping strip in dense residential area. Potential to increase services on offer, there is space for sub-letting rooms for massage etc. New lease offered.

New lease offered for this double premises with huge kitchen and seating for up to 50 patrons, inside and out. Opens Wed-Sun. Large bar area, liquor licence to 9pm.

Prime position in Main Street with good rent rate and long lease. Easy business to operate. Sole agency for Clarkes school shoes in Mornington, also ROC, fashion and sports lines. Currently H/W team ready to retire.

$55,000 + sav

$59,500 + sav

$70,000 + sav

PRICE REDUCED HAIR SALON 7 cutting stations, 2 basins. Salon has interior cafĂŠ and a massage room, both sub-let to cover the rent payable on the salon. Located in residential shopping strip, Est. 35 years, current owner 17 years.

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CHILDRENâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S BOUTIQUE - MORNINGTON Popular retailer of childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s clothing, accessories and toys in well stocked, attractive shop. Currently mainly managed by experienced staff, ideal if you love childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fashion. Vendor will ensure smooth transition, loyal customers.

$140,000 + sav HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING - HOME BASED Commercial, mainly poultry farms on Peninsula and surrounding areas within one hour travel. Approved contractor for Inghams, Turi & Biada. Limited opposition, fully managed, 3 vehicles included.

$165,000 CHARCOAL CHICKEN - FRANKSTON

COURIER SERVICE - HOME BASED

Opposite beach and foreshore camping ground, extremely busy in summer. Modern premises with large bi-fold doors seats 27 in & 16 outside. Prime equipment.

$115,000

NEW LISTING LICENSED CAFE / RESTAURANT - HASTINGS Ultra modern shop with huge rear courtyard, near pub and opposite supermarket. Well equipped, large commercial kitchen. On Premises licence. Seats 70 inside and 50 outside. Very attractive and welcoming.

$150,000 + sav

Carries out all servicing, repairs, /5:&HUWLÂżFDWHVDXWRHOHFWULFV licensed air-conditioning repairs. Extensive equipment that includes 3 hoists and a vehicle. Many established and loyal clients, computerized systems, and a new lease is on offer. TRANSPORT SERVICE - MORNINGTON PENINSULA Shuttle service for special events operating as per booking schedules, weddings, winery tours, golf tours etc. All relevant permits for Melbourne and airport, drivers are sub-contracted as required.

$235,000

$180,000 + sav WINE BAR - MORNINGTON

DIGITAL PRINTING - MORNINGTON

On Premises licence for 50 people. Main Street frontage, air-conditioned premises with large, cosy lounge plus small setting for outside seating. Opens Thursday to Sunday 12pm â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11pm. Full security system, long lease with reasonable rent. FB page.

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$270,000 + sav

$345,000 + sav

MECHANICAL REPAIRS - FRANKSTON

$160,000 + sav

PRICE REDUCED INDUSTRIAL TAKEAWAY - FRANKSTON Large modern premises in busy, extensive commercial and industrial area in central Frankston. Opens 5 days 6.30am to 3pm. Has large rear storage, huge preparation space, coolroom. Phone/fax orders but no deliveries.

Established by the vendor last year, all the hard work has been GRQHZLWKPRGHUQÂżWRXWDQG excellent new equipment. Freezer room, two coolrooms. Great presentation, in busy shopping strip of residential area.

NEW LISTING PIZZA/TAKEAWAY - MORNINGTON Trial on $20,000 per week! Opens 7 days 4.30pm-9.30pm. 10 drivers deliver to Moorooduc, Mornington, Mt Eliza, Mt Martha, online ordering from website & menulog. Large Middley Marshal pizza oven, also do pasta, salads, desserts etc. Long lease.

Award winning business operating 5 days covering the Melbourne Metro area. Daily service for small packages to pallet goods. Vehicles are included. Est 1999 with the majority of customers with them for 5-10 years.

Clients include some of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s leading companies. Eye-catching promotional banners from teardrop to high quality, durable vinyl portable banners, adhesive wall JUDSKLFVZDOOPRXQWHGĂ&#x20AC;DJVDQG much more. Wide format digital printer.

$275,000 including stock CATERING

LICENSED RESTAURANT & CAFE This attractive business is well positioned at a cinema complex which assures a constant turnover. Large bar area, huge kitchen, well equipped. Currently managed, good potential for owner operator.

Cooking done on premises and delivered to venues then cater for the function as required. 4 delivery trucks. 80% of orders come from website, good forward orders in place. Long standing business can be fully managed

$480,000 + sav

$685,000 + sav

Tony Latessa CEA (REIV), AREI, ABB, MAICD Mobile: 0412 525 151 REIV BUSINESS AGENT VICTORIA Australian Institute of Business Brokers President (Vic). 35 years selling experience based on honesty and reliability

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I think I am the luckiest Principal around. I get to go to a beautiful school every day and work with the most incredible students, staff and parent community. :HDUHDQDPD]LQJVFKRROORFDWHGLQWKHWUDQTXLOVHWWLQJRI&ULE3RLQWRQKHFWDUHVRIODQG+HUH\RXZLOOĂ&#x20AC;QGFRQWHPSRUDU\HGXFDWLRQDQGIDFLOLWLHVLQDUXUDOVHWWLQJ,DOVRJHWWR \ be the Principal of Perseverance Primary, a beautiful primary school of 16 students on French Island. How lucky am I! We are one of the only schools on the Mornington Peninsula that uses a Social Emotional Program called Second Steps, a modern and exciting program that explicitly teaches Skills for Learning, Empathy, Emotional Management, Problem Solving and Responsible Decision Making. We believe that these core skills are vital for education and they canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be left to chance. We teach these beginning in our Foundation (Prep) year through the Grade 6. Having been at the school since the implementation of this program, I can say how much of a difference it has made to the tone of our school. I invite you to come and get a sense of our school at any time of the day, any n day of the week and you will discover what a school in educational action looks like and feels like. As a staff, we have spent a lot of time looking at the future world our students are going to be going into to. To help us prepare our students for that world, we have a strong commitment to Inquiry Learning. This approach helps deepen students understanding, encouraging them to become creative and critical thinkers, who are able to collaborate and communicate, and developing a strong sense of character while becoming global citizens. We have a strong emphasis of Numeracy and Literacy. As an avid lifelong learner, my personal passion is reading and I thoroughly l enjoy hearing about the adventures our students are having through reading and literacy. We have a whole school approach to Numeracy and have developed â&#x20AC;&#x153;I canâ&#x20AC;? statements for every year level. We have a close relationship with Cerberus Navy Base and have a fabulous Defence Force Transition Aide who runs vital transition programs for our Defence Force students, and together with our fantastic school chaplain, are more friendly faces around our school. This year has seen the introduction of a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) with a full time STEM teacher. We have digital technologies in every classroom and to further extend this, we are taking a leap and launching into the world of Robotics and 3D printers this year and are excited about what our students will have the opportunity to produce. We also have Art, Music, Physical Education, Indonesian, Library and Chefs Club in our new outdoor kitchen (Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s been a busy year!). We are also starting our Hands On learning Program and our students are thrilled to have the opportunity to participate in this. For the Ă&#x20AC;UVWWLPHWKLV\HDUZHKDYHDOVRLQWURGXFHGDQHQULFKPHQWSURJUDP We are fortunate to host a wonderful Before and After School care program on site and this truly makes life a lot easier for a lot of our parents. Last year saw the introduction of a free Breakfast Club three days a week and this has been hugely successful. It runs on the days canteen doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t. We truly do have an open door policy at Crib Point Primary School. I welcome you to come and have a tour. I know that parents donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t often have the opportunity to see what happens in school on a day to day basis so I post on Facebook Crib Point Primary School Principal Page so parents can see the wonderful things we do here every day.

Tina Coumbe PRINCIPAL

Crib Point Primary School Milne Street, Phone: email: Web: facebook:

Crib Point VIC 3919 03 5983 9282 crib.point.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au www.cpps.vic.edu.au Crib Point Primary School Principal Page

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Cornish College is located on 100 acres of natural parkland in Bangholme, Melbourne. The College has 701 Early Learning Centre to Year 12 students, with over half of all students travelling to school by bus from many Bayside and Mornington Peninsula regions. Principal Ms Vicki Steer joined the Cornish College community at the start of 2016. Before joining Cornish College Ms Steer was Principal of the Ravenswood School for Girls in Sydney for 11 years. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cornish College is a vibrant co-educational school community, with a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning. We recognise the importance of academic rigour, creativity and developing strong foundation skills for learning. With 701 Early Learning Centre to Year 12 students, our size means our students are known as individuals and form strong relationships with peers and school staff. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We educate for a sustainable future, embedding sustainability in our curriculum and co-curricular activities. Cornish Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s motto is Make a Difference and at its core is the development of independence, compassion and personal excellence in order for students to make a positive contribution for a sustainable future today and as adultsâ&#x20AC;?, said Ms Steer.

Cornish Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Early Learning Centre (ELC) is recognised as a centre of excellence for children from 3 to 5 years of age. In its latest assessment the ELC received a top rating of Exceeding in all seven Quality Areas of the National Quality Standard and the National Regulations. Cornish College is an International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP) school. The College also offers a wide range of VCE subjects according to individual pathways. An excellent co-curricular program includes equestrian, performing arts, instrumental music, swimming, gymnastics, sport climbing and our unique golf leadership program utilising the Cornish Links golf course on campus. With our passionate and skilled teachers, wellrounded and able students and a wider community that truly supports and cares for each other, Cornish College can be the difference for your child. We warmly invite you to visit our school in action: Open Morning â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Wednesday 8 March, 2017, 10.00am to 1.00pm For more information, please visit www.cornishcollege.vic.edu.au

Vicki Steer PRINCIPAL

Cornish College

65 Riverend Road, Bangholme, VIC 3175 Phone: 03 9781 9000 Fax: 03 9773 1726 Web: www.cornishcollege.vic.edu.au (PDLO RIĂ&#x20AC;FH#FRUQLVKFROOHJHYLFHGXDX

I am delighted to introduce one of our newest staff members â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Hailey Paynter â&#x20AC;&#x201C; who commenced this year in a teaching position at Insight with our primary and secondary students who are blind and vision impaired. Hailey, while new to Insight, brings a wealth of teaching experience with her both in the mainstream educational sector and in the very specialised area in which Insight is involved. Hailey holds a post-graduate degree from the University of Newcastle as a Masters of Special Education - Specialising g in Blind & Vision Impairment. Her experience teaching students who are blind or vision impaired has crossed continents â&#x20AC;&#x201C; from here in Australia - Wagga Wagga a and rural NSW, a Vision Camp in Canberra, South Australia School for Vision Impaired - to the United States and the prestigious Texas School for the Blind & Visually Impaired. It is Australiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s gain that she has returned here to be part of our wonderful school in Berwick. Hailey also has an impressive history of volunteer work as a Lifesaver, a Counsellor for Disadvantaged Children, a Volunteer Teacher, and Head of Fundraising Campaign IRU$EOH$XVWUDOLD¡V.LOLPDQMDUR&OLPE&DPSDLJQ²Âś+LNHWR+HOS¡ZKLFKUDLVHGDZDUHQHVVRIWKHZRUNRIWKHQRQSURĂ&#x20AC;WRUJDQLVDWLRQ$EOH$XVWUDOLD+DLOH\LVDQDPD]LQJ ambassador for people living with disabilities and particularly the blind and vision impaired. +DLOH\KHUVHOIKDVDUDUHH\HFRQGLWLRQZKLFKPHDQVVKHPXVWGHDOZLWKDVLJQLĂ&#x20AC;FDQWYLVXDOLPSDLUPHQWDQGDQXQFHUWDLQIXWXUH7KLVGLGQRWVWRSKHUIURPWDFNOLQJWKH ZRUOG¡VODUJHVWIUHHVWDQGLQJPRXQWDLQ0RXQW.LOLPDQMDUR DOVRUHIHUUHGWRDVÂśWKHURRIRI$IULFD¡ 7KHDPD]LQJIRRWFOLPELQWRRNDJUXHOOLQJGD\VZLWKD guide. For this breathtaking climb Hailey chose the second hardest route despite the risks of hypothermia and severe altitude sickness. Her determination took her right to the top. We are all very proud of Haileyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s many achievements and feel privileged to have her as part of the team at Insight. The level of staff expertise at the school makes Insight a positive choice for children who so often struggle to keep up with their sighted peers in mainstream schools, many of which do not have the specialised technology and other resources they require. Now, and into the future, the team at Insight is committed to ensuring that our intensive and targeted intervention across all levels of learning empowers our students to Ă&#x20AC;QGWKHLUSODFHVLQWKHZRUOGZLWKFRQĂ&#x20AC;GHQFHDQGSXUSRVH&RQWDFWPHGLUHFWO\DWWKHVFKRROLI\RXZLVKWRPDNHDQHQUROPHQWHQTXLU\RUWROHDUQPRUHDERXWWKHJUHDW work happening here in Berwick. )UHHFDOO,6,*+7

Timothy Hemphill PRINCIPAL

Insight Education Centre for the Blind and Vision Impaired

2120 Enterprize Ave, Berwick VIC 3199 Phone: 03 9707 1585 Fax: 03 9707 4316 Web: www.insightvision.org.au

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Outstanding VCE Results DROMANA COLLEGE is extremely proud of the outstanding VCE results achieved by the 2016 Year 12 student cohort. These results clearly consolidate the position of Dromana as the College of academic excellence within the local community, bearing testament to the engaging, comprehensive and sequential learning program delivered throughout Years 7 to 12. Our VCE mean study score of 31 eclipsed our previous peak, which was achieved in 2015. The College continues to go from strength to strength and whilst we have great pride in our exceptional results and continue to set new benchmarks, our community can rest assured that we will continue to strive for continuous improvement. 'URPDQD&ROOHJHJLYHVÂżUVWSULRULW\WR/LWHUDF\ and Numeracy as the core and essential building blocks which underpin all learning and which enable students to excel so that they can achieve their personal best. Students thrive in our supportive culture of high expectation, where our excellent teachers are the most important

resource towards student success. Our hard working and dedicated staff clearly understand their core business: focusing on effective teaching and learning and improving student outcomes. We also encourage and promote an extensive extra and co-curricula program to ensure that students have the right balance with their academic endeavors. Our Year 12 VCE students of 2016 can look IRUZDUGZLWKJUHDWFRQÂżGHQFHWRDVXFFHVVIXO future as well rounded and high achieving students, ready and equipped to begin their post-school journey. For the overwhelming majority of them, this includes admission LQWRWKHXQLYHUVLW\FRXUVHRIWKHLUÂżUVWFKRLFH Congratulations to our VCE class of 2016 on their outstanding achievements. At Dromana College we provide a steadfast guarantee to our community that we will continue to work tirelessly to continue our impressive trend of improving results for all students. Simon Jones Assistant Principal, Senior School

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Calls for eligible man to go to the Front Compiled by Cameron McCullough OUR Letter Box. Sir,–Dearie me! What a hornets nest one disturbs if any attempt is made to point out defects in local organizations. While sorry to have awakened so much malice in the breasts of some of the female population. I am unable to see the urgent need for an apology so kindly advised by D. Gregory, who accuses me of wicked spite in exposing a most grotesque anomaly. Reading over my previous letter I fail to find any reason for her vindictive attitude. Your readers are the best judges as to which of us deserves to be termed spiteful. Did I unwittingly touch on a sore topic? Or is Cupid in any way involved? Surely not! And yet why is she so angry? Imagine a young lady who is so proud of her position as a committee member of a Patriotic (?) Club, that she needs must add the fact to her signature, attempting to gloss over the fact that that same committee shelters an eligible person. She says “he was rejected for medical reasons.” So I have heard. Some slight deformity of the toes, was it not? He has my sincere sympathy. However, as the need of men at the front is so very urgent just now, perhaps if he should try again he may be more fortunate. D. Gregory also accuses me of “’entire lack of the sense of sportsmanship.” What is that sense? Who are the sportsmen today? They who have been and are daily risking life and limb in

honor’s cause, or they who stay at home and “enjoy the music without paying the piper ?” Has D Gregory no dear one enduring, and risking all for her loved sake? Is there not some one who will think of her should he lie battered and broken awaiting a hero’s end? If so, how can she resent so bitterly a letter written in purest sympathy with him and with other heroes. But if she has no one who is willing to fight, and, maybe, die for her protection, she is indeed to be pitied and her letter easily understandable. The person signing “Sympathetic” would be wise to explain the nom de plume. Is the sympathy for the gallant lads, suffering unheard of privations and risking untold dangers, or for the person who stays snugly at home cultivating his vegetable garden and in his leisure hours entertaining soldiers? The writer takes exception to the fact that after only a few months’ residence I “dare to criticize” etc, and advises me to mind my own business. But is not the Empire’s business everyone’s, or at least everyone who loves our country and honors the men who fight for our protection. Ye shades of Gordon ! It is enough to make our first Australian poet turn in his grave to have his lines quoted in such a letter. May I slightly paraphrase and add the concluding couplet to “Sympathetic’s” advice to Club members. She says “Ride for yourselves and ride to win, and you can’t very well go wrong.” I say “Gad ! If the “Anzacs” had stuck to that you’d be singing a

different song.” The meaning of “Fair Play’s” letter is too enigmatic for me and as the writer is in retrospective mood possibly her excursions into the misty past are too far for me, with my short residence, to follow. One statement, however, I understand “he has attempted on several occasions”. Has he really? How sad! Would “Fair Play give particulars as to those “several occasions.” The publishing of such details would help matters materially. Having taken “Fair Play’s” advice to the extent of prosecuting inquiries locally, I find that the person in question was finally accepted as a conscript, and applying, was granted two month’s exemption. The period of grace has expired and if he has not the stamina to go to the front, he should at least vacate a leading position on a body labelling itself Patriotic. If he retains the position the label is untrue and the fact an insult to every Frankston soldier, past and present.– Yours, AI.F. *** MISS Mayer, an Australian Pole, who resided for a long time in Germany, gave an interesting account of “Her Personal Recollections of the German Kaiser and the Germans,” and “What would he the condition of Australia under German rule,” in the Mechanics’ Hall. Frankston, on Thursday evening. Rev E. Tonkin occupied the chair. *** FRANKSTON Court of Petty Sessions. Ernest Daniel Ward and Percy J. Corcoran who had been arresred at

Somerville the same morning by Consts Ryan and Donemaide for disorderly conduct appeared before Capt. Sherlock J.P. Const. Ryan charged the prisoner Ward with being drunk on the premises of a licensed victualler, to wit the Somerville Wine Cafe. Ward pleaded guilty. Const. Ryan deposed that in consequence of complaints received at Frankston, he and Const. Donemaide proceeded to Somerville, and on arrival found Ward lying in a drunken state in the stable of the Wine shop. He was placed under arrest, taken outside, and confronted with Mrs Corcoran who accused him of taking beer to her house and giving it to her husband, against whom a prohibition order is in force. The police proposed to take further action against Ward for the latter offence. The magistrate severely lectured defendant for his conduct and on the drunkeness charge fined him 5s or 12 hours imprisonment. The fine was paid. Percival James Corcoran was charged with behaving in a threatening manner near a public place, to wit, the Frankston Road at Somerville on 10th February. Prisoner pleaded not guilty but afterwards amended his plea. Const. Ryan informed the Court that a prohibition order was taken out against Corcoran by his wife, owing to his drunken habits. This order is still in force. For three days prior to his arrest he had been drinking heavily. When drunk he was like a madman. The police received word that Corcoran had gone to his neighbours and said

“goodbye” as he was going to “finish the lot”. He gave people to understand that he was going to take the lives of his family and himself. When the police arrived they found that Mrs Corcoran and her family had had to leave the house the previous night and were still out of the place when they arrived at 11am. Witness entered the house by the kitchen door which was open. He saw prisoner leaning over the table on hich was lying a long carving knife. Witness seized the knife and threw it out of the way. Corcoran was in a drunken state and appeared to be bordering on delirium tremens. He had no boots or coat on and defied witness to arrest him. Witness arrested him. There were two empty beer bottles in the house. Corcoran and Ward were brought into Frankston by Const. Dodemaide and had been in the lockup all day. Const. Dodemaide corroborated the previous witness. Corcoran admitted being drunk and asked the magistrate to deal leniently with him, promising to never take another drink. Capt. Sherlock advised Corcoran to give up the drink and stated that he would be lenient as he did not desire to penalise defendant’s family, but if he did not profit by the warning and was brought before the court again he would be severely dealt with. He was fined 10s or 24 hours’ imprisonment. The fine was paid. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 17 February 1917

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By IT Gully THE Mornington Peninsula Cricket Association Provincial season is set for an exciting finish with only five teams now a realistic chance to play finals. Baxter, which sits at the top of the table on 102 points, is the only team assured of a finals berth, regardless of the fact of whether it loses its final two games. Peninsula Old Boys and Langwarrin are locked together on 90 points, a game clear of Mornington (78) and an outright win clear of Mt Eliza (70). The aim of the Old Boys and Kangas now is to lock away a home final.

POB faces Baxter at Baxter and Crib Point at home in the final round one-day game to end its home and away season. There would be no great surprises if they won both of these matches. Langwarrin finishes with two home games, and both are tricky. It tackles Mornington and Sorrento. Its win against Mt Eliza on Saturday certainly placed them in the box seat and it deserves to taste finals action. Mornington has Langwarrin this weekend and its final game is against Moorooduc at home. Mt Eliza can’t afford to lose either of its final two games. It faces Sorrento at David McFarlan Reserve and then finishes with Somerville at home.

So the stage has been set for a thrilling race to the line. Langwarrin made things difficult for Mt Eliza to make it after yet another outstanding day with the ball. The Kangas pressure with the ball and in the field has been a feature of its game this season and given it set the Mounties 240 for victory, it was able to attack from the word go. At one stage the Mounties were 2/0. A short time later it was 6/53. A cameo between Justin Grant (56) and Lyle House (40) halted things for a while before the Mounties were finally bowled out in the 52nd over for 135. Skipper Travis Campbell was superb, snaring 5/24 off 12 overs, while Mal

Coutts finished with 3/18 after having 2/0 at one stage. Mornington was looking for an outright win against Long Island but it failed in its attempt to do so. The Dogs made 7/220 in 60 overs on day one of the match and had the Islanders 3/52 overnight. Long island added just 80 runs before being bowled out for 130. The Dogs then whipped up another 80 runs before sending the Islanders back in with plenty of overs to play. Mornington fell short of the outright by three wickets, Long Island holding on to be 7/166 at stumps. Peninsula Old Boys cruised to victory against Somerville.

Chasing 222 for victory, the Old Boys past it eight wickets down with nine overs to play. Dylan O’Malley opened with 52, Eivion Bowen contributed 33, Will Crowder hit 50 and Jon Forrest was unbeaten on 29 to hand the Old Boys the victory. Nick Marshall was the pick of the Somerville bowlers with 3/36. Pearcedale scored an amazing victory against Sorrento. Defending just 129, the Panthers rolled the Sharks for just 115. Chris Dew was superb, snaring 4/26 from 21 overs, while Shayne Gillings picked up 3/31 from 15. CJ King top scored for the Sharks with 36, while Corey Harris made 36.

Demons keep on fighting DISTRICT By IT Gully RYE has once again defied the odds and given itself every opportunity of maintaining its place in MPCA District ranks after a wonderful fighting performance against Delacombe Park on Saturday. After the opening rounds of the season, Rye was the laughing stock of the competition. Opposition teams were just rolling up to matches with the expectation of recording an outright victory. However, after a horror start, the Rye has now won a couple of games and remains clear of bottom place and relegation. After the opening day of its match against Delacombe Park, it looked as though it was going to be on the receiving end of another loss. The Parkers were 1/18 overnight in reply to Rye’s first innings total of 133. However, the Parkers lost 8/49 to be bowled out for 111 after 51 overs. Ricky Ramsdale top-scored for the visitors with 32, while Rye skipper Tommy Baron led from the front with 6/34 from 25 overs. Matt Travena was strong with the ball too, taking 3/38 from 15 overs. The win means that Rye (24 points) remains a game clear of Boneo (12), who recorded its first win of the season on Saturday. Boneo and Rye face off in the final game of the season, a one-day match. Rye faces Rosebud at Rosebud in round 10, while Boneo heads to Seaford Tigers. With finals still a reality for Rosebud, there’s too much to play for them but Boneo is not without a show against the Tigers. On Saturday, the Pandas were strong defending their first innings total of 267. It was always going to be a tough ask for the Buds and they failed miserably, rolled for just 131. Billy Quigley tried to fly the flag for the Buds with 72 with little support elsewhere. Leigh Janssen though was the man to turn the game on its head, smashing through the Rosebud batting line-up and finishing with a sensational 8/37 from 28.1 overs, including 14 maidens. Main Ridge rocketed from fifth to

second place on the table after accounting for Baden Powell. Defending 328, the Ridge rolled the Braves for 243 in 68.1 overs. Ryan Barnett hit 70 at the top of the order for the Braves, who at one stage were in trouble four own for less than 20. Travis Kellerman with 46 and Bryce Kellerman with 25 added some respectability. Luke Collins took 3/53 from 19 overs for the Ridge while Shaun Foster claimed 2/22 off 5.1. Baden Powell has now dropped to seventh place. Heatherhill moved into third position on the ladder and Mt Martha dropped to fourth after the Hills recorded a strong win. Chasing 168 for victory, the Hills resumed at 1/24 and picked up the winning runs with four wickets and one over in hand. Matt Bishop top scored with 53 and Kristian Miller hit 44. A wonderful 181 by Seaford Tigers skipper David James saw his side record a strong victory against Flinders. Flinders was defending 238, however, James scored three quarters of the runs on his own with the rest of the team contributing 102 (283). The loss ended Flinders’ season. Red Hill never seems to disappoint in the home and away season. The Hillmen were 5/59, chasing Seaford’s first innings total of 105 when play resumed on day two on Saturday. Andrew Mock resumed on 29. Mock ended with 54 and was out with the score on 101, driving his side to victory. Lachy Klauer was at the other end, scoring 23 and going out once his team had recorded the victory. The Hillmen finished on 118, a 13-run win. Chris Cleef finished with 6/51 for Seaford after having 4/25 overnight.

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Season wide open as finals beckon SUB-DISTRICT By IT Gully THE season and run to the finals in MPCA Sub District cricket is still wide open and well and truly on with just two rounds remaining. As has been the case for the most part this season, Hastings (98 points) and Ballam Park (84 points) are locks for a top two finish. However, the real interest lies in the sub-battle of the next seven sides, all of which are just a game outside the

top three. Tyabb is on 54 points and is currently in third position. Carrum Downs is second bottom, yet, only one game behind the Yabbies on 42 points. The Yabbies and YCW make-up the top four, with Tootgarook and Carrum also sitting on 54 points. The Stonecats limped to the line against Balnarring in a thrilling contest. Chasing 120 for victory, the Stonecats were wobbly early, resuming at

2/15. However, the home side was patient and past the total five wickets down in the 82nd over. Joseph Gotts top-scored for the Stonecats with 36. Tootgarook kept its chances well and truly alive, albeit far from convincing against Tyabb. After bowling out the Yabbies for 51 on the first day and resuming at 8/81 themselves, the Frogs added a further seven runs to their overnight total – it was enough to win. The Yabbies were 5/121 in their second dig.

Carrum is still in the mix too in sixth place after beating Skye. The Lions needed 155 for victory and did it comfortably, getting the runs five wickets down. Josh Dent was superb with 66 while skipper Hayden Moulton opened with 51. Dylan Steed also played a major role in the win with his patient 21. Ballam Park went for the outright win against Carrum Downs but didn’t get there. Defending 245, the Knights rolled the Cougars for just 85 with David

Cross getting 3/30 and Stuart Plunkett snaring 2/20 off 15. Chris Jones top scored for Carrum Down with 17. In the final game, Hastings’ skipper Robbie Hearn scored 127 and Jake Hewitt 72 to guide the visitors to an easy win against Dromana. The Blues were chasing 150 for victory and resumed at 2/68. Night watchman Isuru Dias went three runs later before Hearn and Hewitt then put on 159 for the fourth wicket. The Blues finished at 8/276.

‘Patch’ may power Mornington title tilt SOCCER

By Craig MacKenzie MORNINGTON is poised to beat a host of suitors to the prized signature of star striker Ryan Paczkowski. “Patch” is believed to be keen on returning to his first Australian club after sensationally quitting NPL giant Bentleigh Greens last week. His switch from playing as a contracted player and reverting to amateur status means he has to go through an enforced four-week layoff before playing an official game for Mornington, which brought him to Melbourne for the 2014 season. Dallas Brooks Park has been a happy hunting ground for Paczkowski and along with Wayne Gordon, high-profile English import Josh Hine and the returning Simon Mur, Mornington will soon boast the most lethal strike force in State 1 South-East. Add big Gino Defeo and Michael Freeman to the mix and the club has more depth up front than in recent seasons. Paczkowski’s shock exit from Bentleigh Greens alerted NPL and State League clubs to his availability but there was only ever going to be one destination for the classy forward. Brisbane Strikers, Port Melbourne, Bulleen and Dandenong City were rumoured to be in the queue for his signature. It’s understood that work pressures forced Paczkowski’s hand and he was unable to commit to the training regime required at NPL level. He recently received permanent residency and his job as a project manager with Prime Projects was a pivotal part of his successful application. Paczkowski hails from Doncaster in England where his CV boasts stints with Gainsborough Trinity, Harworth Colliery, Frickley Athletic and Brigg Town. At Brigg Town he was a teammate of recent Mornington import Nathan Smith. Paczkowski took State League ranks by storm scoring 21 goals in 2014 when Mornington threw away a second-to-none chance

of winning the championship then bagged 22 goals the following season during Mornington’s title romp before being snapped up by Bentleigh Greens. The step up to NPL never fazed the talented Paczkowski who enjoyed a stellar 2016 season highlighted by a number of man-of-the-match performances and multiple team-of-the-week selections. His injury-time winner broke the deadlock in the 2016 Dockerty Cup final as Bentleigh edged out Green Gully 1-0. Fellow striker Hine is having some hiccups in arranging a visa but is expected to arrive in early March. The news concerning English midfielder Matthew Wade is much more promising and he joins Mornington on Tuesday 21 February. Wade has been signed from Blyth Spartans in England’s Northern Premier League Premier Division and will play in the 2017 FFA Cup before returning to England for a wedding and missing Mornington’s round one league clash on Friday 24 March away to Casey Comets. The shocks kept coming on the weekend when rumours circulated that Sam Scott will not play for Langwarrin again and is keen to join arch rival Mornington. Scott did not turn up for training with Langy last week and although the club is aware of rumours linking him with Mornington it is waiting for Scott to contact it before it comments on the issue. The midfielder from Launceston FC in England is a housemate of Mornington keeper Kris McEvoy and socialises with other Mornington players. It’s believed that Scott is keen to play with his mates in what could be his last season in Australia. Meanwhile Marinos Panayi and Dylan Waugh are officially off Peninsula Strikers’ radar. Panayi is a former Bentleigh Greens youngster who shunned Strikers’ attempts to snare his signature and signed for NPL 2 outfit Eastern Lions.

Star signing: Mornington is closing in on the capture of striker Ryan Paczkowski, pictured here with the 2016 Dockerty Cup.

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Tennis teen offered ace opportunity By Ben Triandafillou MOUNT Eliza youngster, Campbell Steedman, secures a once in a lifetime opportunity to join the ballkid’s squad at Roland Garros after earning the title of the “Most Outstanding Ballboy” at this year’s Australian Open. The 15-year-old was one of the top two ballkid’s of 380 at this year’s Australian Open and has earned a trip to Paris in April with the other winner, Summer Leatitagaloa, to take part in the ball kid’s squad at Roland Garros. To achieve the honour of being the most outstanding ballboy or ballgirl you have to demonstrate the highest level of skills and behaviour in your day-to-day duties both on and off the court. Campbell has been a ballboy at the Australian Open for four years and with a lot of hard work was rewarded with opportunities to assist in several breathtaking finals and stand next to some of the all-time greats. “All the hard work and training has rewarded me with being part of the men’s singles, women’s singles and men’s doubles finals squads and a trip to Roland Garros. [I was] a little nervous at times, but you train hard to do the best job, while trying to enjoy it as much as you can.” said Campbell. For Campbell it was the support and friend-

ships that made him come back every year and continue to work hard, as well as being able to be so close to so many fantastic players. “It is nice to receive a gift at the end, but it is more about the friends you make and the opportunity to participate in the Australian Open,” said Campbell. An avid tennis player himself, Campbell plays locally at the Ranelagh Club, Mount Eliza and takes a lot of inspiration from watching some of his idols first hand at the Australian Open. Campbell was fortunate enough to work with the ballkid’s squad in the thrilling 2017 Men’s Australian Open Grand Final where Nadal and Federer battled it out in an intense five-set match. “It was an amazing and inspiring experience,” said Campbell. The Padua College student will be leaving for Paris on the 25th of May for 17 days with his family and some staff from Tennis Australia to assist in the French Open. “I feel very privileged and excited about being given the opportunity to ballkid at the French Open and represent Tennis Australia,” said Campbell. Honoured to be given this opportunity, Campbell can’t wait to leave for Paris and assist in another awe-inspiring, major Grand Slam.

Game, set and match: Campbell Steedman with the “Most Outstanding Ballboy” award

Golf club looks to the future By Ben Triandafillou THE Mount Martha Golf Club is hoping to improve and expand their “friendly club” to cater for their growing membership list and upgrade their clubhouse and facilities. A different entity to the Mount Martha Golf Course, the club is embarking on a new membership drive and future building fundraiser to raise money and enable the club to be eligible for government grants allowing for extensions and improvements to be made to their facilities. With all work done on a volunteer basis, the club is hoping to make a minimum of $5,000 with about 560 of the 700 tickets already sold. The raffle which is valued at $9,400, includes a trip to Europe for two people for eight days on a cruise on the beautiful blue Danube, with tickets selling for $20 each. Founded in 1980 with 190 members, the club has been very successful in competitions and pennants with the Men’s Handicap Pennant side winning the VGL Division Two last year and gaining promotion into Division One for 2017. The club which has been running for over 35 years has come a long way from initially operating out of a tin shed with fairways the club described as a “cows paddock” to now operating out of a rustic modern clubhouse and pro shop with beautifully manicured SantaAnna couch fairways and pristine greens.

“Even though our clubhouse is serviceable we are at a point where we need to look forward to the future and increase our membership and in doing so increase the size of our clubhouse,” said President Graeme Burton. “We have been in consultation with the Mornington Shire Council and they have provided their architects to look at various options to accommodate our members in the future.” The club has developed significantly and

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so has their membership list which is why it’s time for the club to contemplate upgrading their facilities further to accommodate for their 285 current members. “The Mornington Shire has been fantastic in the improvements they have made to the Golf Course and now it’s time to look at the Clubhouse and Pro Shop facilities to enable us to compete with the many other Golf Clubs on the Peninsula.”

Meet and greet with St Kilda players By Ben Triandafillou MORNINGTON Peninsula families will have the opportunity to meet players from the St. Kilda Football Club at a Family Footy Night held at the Shed 11 Youth Centre, Hastings. For their first event of the year, the Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Youth Services team will be hosting the event to provide kids on the Peninsula a chance to meet some of their favourite AFL players. Set for Friday 17th February between 4pm and 6pm, the event is open to families of young people aged between 10 and 17 where they can participate in a variety of exciting activities and enjoy a BBQ dinner with the players. The BBQ dinner is free of charge and the night is set to be a relaxed ‘meet and greet’ with family, friends and the players. Allowing youngsters to meet their idols, the Family Footy Night is at a perfect time as the juniors are reading up for the start of their season. The Shed 11 Youth Centre is a ‘drop in’ location where kids can attend during the week, Monday to Friday from 3pm to 5pm during the school term. The Youth Centre is located at 11 Marine Parade, Hastings and offers a variety of activities such as pool, table tennis and air hockey. The Family Footy Night should be a great night for the kids with a mixture of activities on offer and the exciting visit by the AFL players.

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$

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$

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PLUS $2000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

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$

$10,999

drive away

6 0 p/w

7 0 p/w

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2014 XR6 UTE

2005 ford escape xls showing only 142000 klm with full service history exceptionally clean inside and out finished in silver with grey int trim automatic trans air con power windows air conditioned power steering cd player remote locks reg 1hl1uv

2014 ford falcon xr6 ECO LPI ute only 47000km balance new car warranty 6 speed automatic LSD Bluetooth front and side air bags EBD traction control ABS climate control cruise alloys reg 1cr2rf finance packages available

2010 trition GLX dual cab fitted with lpg manual 2wd 2.4L with trade racks side steps alloy wheels power steering abs brakes power windows tints tow hitch Bluetooth air bags EBD reg xsv002

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$

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drive away

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$

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$

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$13,999

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drive away

6 5 p/w

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4 0 p/w

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2003 very clean holden commodore acclaim sedan finished in black 2008 Nissan Navara STX turbo diesel dual cab 6 speed manual finished in 2002 chrysler voyager SE 7 seater automatic multiple air bags cruise with black int trim only 150,000k’s rear hard lid roll bar alloy bull bar with with black int factory alloy’s front and side air bags cruise control black control abs brakes power windows dual air conditioning driving lights side steps cruise control abs brakes power windows tow hitch power steering low km. utr403 power windows tinted glass rear spoiler tow pack. 1hw-6zn tinted glass alloy wheels. xhn226

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$15,999

$5,999

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drive away

$12,999

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$ 6 5 p/w 8 0 p/w 2012 TOYOTA WORKMATE 2010 OUTLANDER $

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