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MARCHERS turned out in force to support White Ribbon Day in Hastings on Friday 25 November. About 130 people supporting Western Port Takes a Stand carried the banner down High St from the Alfred St Mall to the library. Afterwards they enjoyed a free barbecue at Hastings Hall. Speakers included anti-violence campaigner and White Ribbon Ambassador Rosie Batty, former councillor David Garnock and Chris Dawes. Male ambassadors to the cause were sworn in. Hastings Respectful Relationships Group, police, emergency services, and Mornington Peninsula Shire Council organised the day. Pictures: Yanni

Former Australian of the Year Rosie Batty was one of the speakers after Friday’s White Ribbon Day march in Hastings on Friday.

Protesters call to end cat kill By Danielle Kutchel ANIMAL advocates are protesting against the number of cats being killed after being held at Mornington Peninsula Shire’s Community Animal Shelter. Around 25 people from across Melbourne attended the rally on Sunday 20 November at the Watt Rd pound. Many are in animal rescue groups or advocacy work and used the time to discuss best practice management with colleagues. The shelter, which holds animals

found wandering on the peninsula, has been criticised for its alleged high-kill rates, barriers to adoption and limited public opening hours. Rally organiser Rosy Fischer, a former volunteer at the pound, said she spoke out “after witnessing an apparent lack of interest from shelter management in facilitating adoption of unclaimed animals and high kill rates of impounded cats”. “The rally was to highlight the fact that very few animals are listed for

adoption, the shelter is closed to the public and potential adopters have to go through a long-winded adoption process,” she said. “These practices make it difficult for animals to be reclaimed or rehomed from the facility and can lead to higher rates of euthanasia.” The main aim of the rally was to achieve a no-kill shelter, Ms Fischer said. She said no-kill shelters have a euthanasia rate of 10 per cent or less,

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Light’s anti-violence signal MCCRAE lighthouse will be bathed in orange light from dusk to dawn for next few weeks to bring attention to the Victoria Against Violence campaign. The steel tower, built in 1874, is the tallest lighthouse on mainland Victoria and one of 14 prominent landmarks – and the only one on the Mornington Peninsula – to show off the campaign’s colours.

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Hospital weathers wave of asthma-storm casualties Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A RECORD number of patients sought treatment at Frankston Hospital’s emergency department after an early evening cool change swept through last Monday. The thunderstorm asthma event described by senior Melbourne medicos as “a health emergency of unprecedented scale” put emergency medical services under pressure throughout Melbourne. Six people died and thousands were left gasping for breath after wild winds coincided with a high pollen count. Such was the scale of the event that Ambulance Victoria was forced to issue an alert on Twitter. After the weather-driven disaster hit, Frankston Hospital’s emergency department was deluged with 77 patients between 7pm and midnight. Of these patients, 51 complained of respiratory problems; five were critically unwell; and three were sent to intensive care. Some of the patients had never experienced asthma before. There was even a Code Blue alert in the hospital car park – meaning a patient was so badly afflicted by breathing difficulties that he could not walk. A stretcher was sent out to bring him to casualty. Others were suffering pre-arrest – not breathing – and required intubation with breathing tubes into their windpipes, or even machine-assisted breathing. The emergency department saw 260

Night to remember: Dr Leong Gough was in charge of the Frankston Hospital’s emergency department as the event unfolded. Picture: Supplied

patients instead of the usual 200 in the 24 hours from noon Monday to noon Tuesday. Emergency doctor Leong Goh, who was in charge of the hospital’s response team, worked through “an exhausting” night from 2pm-5am Tuesday. Other staff stayed back for up to four hours to help cope with the onslaught, going home only if rostered on early next day. “It was certainly exciting to have such an overwhelming flow of patients,” Dr Goh, a doctor for 25 years, said. “We had a lot of very sick people, especially for asthma. “It has never been this bad before and really caused a drain on the system. “I’ve been here 16 years and I’ve never seen such a single big problem.” The wave of patients began about

The storm that put Melbourne’s health services under unprecedented pressure with throusands of patients calling for help with asthma-related symptons. Picture: Keith Platt 8pm, an hour after the cool change moved through. “We didn’t realise that we would have so many people here and it took us time to realise what was going on,” he said. “Normally we would see around 20 patients [for respiratory problems] but we had 51 this time and it was only in the evening shortly after the storm.”

Most patients were aged 40 and under, with sufferers of asthma, eczema, hay fever and other allergies, most affected. Dr Gough said treatments depended on the sickness of the patient. Some needed only Ventolin or steroid tablets to help with breathing. Rosebud Hospital was not so badly

affected, with only four patients presenting with storm-asthma symptoms. State Health Department spokesman Bram Alexander said the “complex nature and scale of the event [meant] further comment [was] not appropriate until a cause of death has been attributed for these cases”.

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Signed up: Protesters want to lessen the number of cats being killed after being kept at Mornington Peninsula Shire’s animal pound in Watt Rd, Mornington.

Protesters want to save cats conducted under their legislative responsibilities of the Code of Practice and Domestic Animals Act�. “As a result, euthanasia rates are extremely low in our pound.� He said this was because of the shire’s “great relationships with our veterinary partnerships, our rescue groups’ support spread across Victoria, and our direct adoptions on PetRescue�. “All healthy cats are listed for adoption. However, if behavioural traits warrant further time, then they either remain in our care or are placed into a ‘home environment’ with a rescue group partner.� Animals arriving at the shelter are vet checked if ill, or assessed by staff qualified in veterinary nursing, Mr Dobroszczyk said. He said 80 per cent of dogs were claimed within 24-36 hours, with those unclaimed being vet checked. “The dedicated shelter staff work extremely hard to provide the highest calibre of animal care standards,� he said. With Stephen Taylor

Continued from Page 1 Ms Fischer said when she attempted to raise her concerns with shelter management she was banned from the pound. She said she contacted some shire councillors, but received only one response “over a year ago�, telling her that the shelter was being “looked into�. Ms Fischer said she had received threats and abuse on Facebook in the lead up to the protest. The shire’s environment protection manager David Dobroszczyk said the pound was open to the public by appointment 8.30am-5pm weekdays and 10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday. “Visitors come by appointment only because of occupational health and safety, quarantine and infection control [rules],� he said. “Pets coming in start off in the quarantine facility because their health and ownership status is initially unknown. If they are not claimed within eight days, they move into the shelter.� Mr Dobroszczyk said pound staff were “fully aware of their duties to provide responsible animal management and animal welfare practices

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POLICE believe the same two youths lit grass fires in Somerville, Hastings and Frankston over the weekend. Although not causing a great deal of damage the fires on Saturday afternoon, 26 November, tied up CFA volunteers and could have spread to neighbouring properties, police say. Somerville detectives believe there is a link between the offences, with the youths possibly catching a train on the Stony Point line between fires. Grass was set alight behind a property in Church St, Hastings, 5.40pm, burning down a fence. Hastings CFA crews attended. Witnesses said they saw youths lighting the fires. A grass fire was lit near George St, behind the Somerville Recreation Centre, 6.30pm. Police later spoke with a 15-year-old youth but no charges were laid. Earlier, a fire had been lit in a public reserve beside railway tracks at Leawarra Parade, Frankston, 3.304pm. Detective Senior Sergeant Miro Majstorovic, of Mornington Peninsula CIU, asked that anyone with information on the fires call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

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THE 25 metre Crib Point swimming pool will be open daily until early April. Ceberus ward councillor Kate Roper said the pool “has new and improved facilities that make for a fun and relaxing day out for all family members”. The pool, in Governors Rd, Crib Point, opens 9.30am – 6pm daily (except Christmas Day and Good Friday). Entry: adult $4.90 ($1 if supervising but not swimming); children $3.10; family $12.50; concession $3.30. Call: 5983 9672 or mornpen.vic.gov.au/cribpointpool

Packs for refugees MEMBERS of the Flinders branch of Grandmothers’ Against the Detention of Children are filling backpacks with useful items for children being held in detention on Manus Island and Nauru who may be sent to the United States. The federal government has arranged a refugee swap which may see many of the detained asylum seekers accepted by the US, rather than being settled in Australia.

The Grandmothers’ Against the Detention of Children group is collecting warm socks, beanies, scarfs, drink bottles, books and back packs for those children whose families may meet the resettlement criteria of the US. On Saturday 10 December the peninsula group will join a march from St Paul’s Cathedral, corner Flinders and Swanston streets, Melbourne, at 11.45am across Princes Bridge to the Queen Victoria Gardens opposite the arts centre. All 5983 1391 for details of the march and collection points for backpack items.

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LETTERS

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The State Labor Government CPI-linked rate capping for local governments has come into effect. Unfortunately, many councils have reduced community services and conditions of employment in order to “balance the books�. Home and community care, children’s services and leisure services not only benefit our most vulnerable residents, but provide employment for a predominately female workforce. We need to ensure that our newly elected councillors have an understanding of our expected needs in relation to these valuable services. Submissions for consideration in the development of the shire’s 2017/18 annual budget close 8 December. The purpose of Labor’s policy, as I understand it, was to rein in wasteful use of money on consultants, meritless projects and senior management remuneration - not spending on essential community services. Jane Clarke, Rosebud

Ban beach horses Diane Lewis, Friends of the Hooded Plover, should now turn her attention to having horses banned from using St Andrews Beach (“Dog ban follows years on non-compliance� Letters 15/11/16). I agree wthat our national parks should provide “a safe home for native plants and animals and a place for families to visit, enjoy and learn about the environment�. The hypocrisy of banning dogs on leads while allowing horses to gallop along the beach is breathtaking. Parks Victoria’s commercial licence that allows horses to use St Andrews Beach is cynical given its motto: Healthy Parks, healthy people. Mornington Peninsula Shire Council should

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not bury its collective head in the sand and ignore this blatant commercial use of our beaches. The galloping of horses near to the sand dunes is damaging to the environment and also impacts on the residential and visitor amenity of this wonderful ocean beach. Martin Brennan, St Andrews Beach

Traffic snarl Two places where roadworks have reduced the lanes of traffic from four to effectively two, are along Eastbourne Rd and along Point Nepean Rd, Rye. Common sense would say we need more lanes to accommodate the ever increasing traffic of the area, especially over holiday periods where we now see gridlock on all roads of the southern peninsula region. As we now see, Peninsula Link is also at a standstill much of the time during holidays. Why is Mornington Peninsula Shire hell bent on creating an even larger traffic jam? Try asking the shire and all one gets is silence. No one from the shire nor any councillor is talking, so I am left to make an assumption. We are fully aware that the shire has for many years been pushing for the extension of the freeway from Jetty Rd through to Melbourne Rd to ease congestion in the Rosebud and Rye areas. Clearly an incentive is needed for the state government to fund this extension, so why not create a bigger traffic Jam in the area and then ask again that the government fast tracks the freeway extension as it is now a massive traffic bottleneck. Will the “new� councillors be far more open than the previous lot or will they be gagged by the shire hierarchy? Surely ratepayers are entitled to know exactly what the shire is planning

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Letters - 300 words maximum and including full name, address and contact number - can be sent to The News, PO Box 588, Hastings 3915 or emailed to: team@mpnews.com.au Although dogs are banned on beaches within Mornington Peninsula National Park horses, under licence to a commercial operator, continue to be allowed at St Andrews and at least one resident believes it’s time they too should be kept off the beach. See “Ban beach horses� this page.

and what it would like to happen regarding the southern peninsulas road network to ease this increasing road usage. Andrew Raff, Fingal

Put safety first The proposal by Mornington Peninsula Shire to reduce the speed limit from 80kph to 70kph for a distance of 6.3 kilometres on Melbourne Rd between Rye and Sorrento is not tackling the critical safety issues along Melbourne Rd, which are the bushfire danger potential and restricted visibility due to the failure of either the shire or VicRoads to clear the excessive trees and vegetation along the road reserve. This leads to a significant reduction in visibility for the drivers of cars seeking to enter Melbourne Rd from the side streets and, for the drivers of other vehicles on Melbourne Rd, to see these vehicles, which I suspect is a major factor in accidents. The wide road reserve of Melbourne Rd will fail to act as a fire break when the inevitable bushfire in Mornington Peninsula National Park crosses Melbourne Rd and destroys houses and property on both sides of the road, when it ought to be the major opportunity for a natural fire break and provide access for emergency services. Melbourne Rd is a well-engineered road, relatively straight on a wide road reservation

which has recently had roundabouts constructed at the major intersections. There are no schools or commercial developments (except one on a roundabout), and is perfectly suitable for speeds of 80kph and a reduction in the speed limit may increase the traffic flow on Point Nepean Rd. Speed limits are meant to be set according to the road conditions, not for pseudo political purposes. A safety action plan for both road users and residents of this part of the peninsula would, before taking any action on speed limits, be for the shire to significantly clear out the vegetation and some of the trees to reduce the extreme fire risk on Melbourne Rd reserve. Alan Reid, Sorrento

Who’s in control? Sorry, but have I missed something. I don’t recall having elected Mornington Peninsula Shire CEO Carl Cowie as the ratepayers’ spokesperson to advise our new councillors on what they can and can’t do [as outlined in the shire’s “Councillor and staff interactions policy�] . How can we expect our elected councillors to make an informed decision on any matter before them if bureaucrats such as Mr Cowie and governance manager Joe Spiteri can decide what information they can be given - if any.

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The Local Government Act, together with common courtesy, sets the standards for workplace relationships between councillors and council staff. Council officers should remember they are paid by ratepayers. They should also realise councillors are the elected representatives of the ratepayers. Let’s hope this new council made up of new and past members has the strength and fortitude to ask the appropriate questions and demand the appropriate response from council officers so they can make informed decisions. On the past form of council I, quite frankly, don’t fancy their chances. Andrew Satchwell, Somers

CARRY On Victoria’s welfare centre in Hastings offers service veterans and their families financial assistance and counselling advice. There is also a chill-out room where veterans can relax in a quiet, safe environment. The Op Shop, at 2/61 Cool Store Rd, Hastings, opens 10am-3pm Tuesday to Friday, and 10am-1pm Saturdays. Profits from sold donated goods go to veterans. The ex-service organisation has provided welfare assistance to veterans and their families since 1932. “We used to do it secretly as veterans are very proud and usually don’t ask for assistance and, in that regard, the modern veterans haven’t changed,� peninsula branch leader Karl Williams said. “The op shop and welfare centre is the first of its kind for Carry On after its board recognised that ‘assistance by stealth’ meant no one knew of our organisation.� Western Port Secondary College students are painting a mural on the railway-side wall.

Boat ramp advice The biggest mistake being made by Capel Sound Foreshore Committee is that it has been clearing the ramp of sand and stacking it on each side of the ramp. They have run out of room and extended the beach out to sea but the ramp cannot go out with the sand and again gets covered with sand. The foreshore committee should have noticed that the ramp has been getting harder to keep clean. This year it has had to close one ramp so it can used to stack. The only way the committee is going to be able to keep control over the sand movements is to stack it on the east side of the ramp and have it removed no later than July of each year, not like mid-November this year. When all the sand has been removed, the committee has to spread enough grade two or grade three top soil over that area to stop the sand from going over Point Nepean Rd and into Burdett St. With 4000 launchings a season must be returning the committee something like $50,000 to $55,000 dollars a year. Earlier this year the committee invited the public to two meetings at West Rosebud and ask for ideas to help it run the foreshore but, after this episode, it doesn’t give anyone encouragement to help. Ken Tainton, Rosebud

Bittern car show A CAR show at Bittern Motors on Saturday 3 December will raise money for Bittern CFA. Around 30-40 cars, hot rods and classics will be on display. Crews from Bittern CFA will arrive in the fire truck at 1pm. It’s a gold coin donation to enter, and there will be a sausage sizzle will on site. Details: 5983 9581.

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Service offers ‘lift’ to drivers and vehicles Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au MOTORISTS who continue to drive while over 0.05 per cent are often certain they “won’t get caught” and can best avoid accidents by driving slowly. They ignore the risks while maintaining that it is more convenient, cheaper and quicker to take their chances than seeking alternative transport. Many blame alcohol for reducing their inhibitions and responsible decision-making. But the possible dangers for them and other road users is high, and the costs – after getting pulled over – far outweigh any presumed savings. These confronting findings emerged from a nation-wide online survey (Facebook, Twitter and Linked-In) by designated driver service WeDrive Australia, which is becoming increasingly popular on the Mornington Peninsula. A follow up pilot study of 300 people has drawn positive feedback from clients who found the app-based service to be a useful alternative to driving – not only for locals but also for city visitors to the peninsula’s wineries and weddings. CEO Yan Flageul designed the service after losing a friend to a drunken driver. It gives tipsy drivers the option of being driven home in their own car, without the inconvenience of having to retrieve it next morning – thus reducing their temptation to drink and drive.

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distances he drives. After being contacted via the app the pair arrange to drive clients to their homes from hotels, parties, and a range of functions in their own cars, with the partner following in his own car. Rates are a minimum $60 for a driver and co-driver for the first 10 kilometres, and then $3 a kilometre. A typical fare of 20km would be $90 – with clients secure in the knowledge that their cars will be safely parked in the driveways next morning. Clients pay by credit card, similar to

Uber, and the drivers carry no cash. “It’s surprising how many fares are under 10 kilometres,” Mr Birch said. Adaptability is the key, with many fancy European cars having indicators and wipers on the “wrong” side, as well as manual gear boxes. “It’s often a challenge talking to the clients as well as driving their cars home at the same time,” he said. “You can go from a late model BMW to a 14-year-old Honda CRV in one night; anything might pop up.” Clients may ask to be driven anywhere in Melbourne, as well as all

over the peninsula. “One good job was to Torquay driving a beautiful old Jag, and another is for one of our regulars, who we drive all the way from Mt Eliza to Blackburn.” Drinking at home is a no-no – and never while he is on the roster. “I don’t drink anyway,” he said. “But it would be impractical because you really have to concentrate. “Anyway, that’s the whole point of the service: it’s what we are against,” he said. Clients often see the benefits of the service while being driven home. “I’ve driven through booze buses many times and, on one occasion, the car in front was pulled in while we were waved through. “The client said, “That car would have been me.” While some fares are irksome simply because alcohol is involved, others are a joy. “On one memorable job I drove four delightful young ladies around Yarra Valley wineries for eight hours and really enjoyed it.” Another favourite fare was driving a busload of businessmen to the Buchan Cup and hobnobbing with guests in a stylish marquee. “It was a two-day trip and I didn’t have to pay for a thing,” Mr Birch said. The associated costs WeDrive’s its fee and the co-driver pays for his own petrol. “The money is good but the knowledge that you are doing a good turn is important, too,” Mr Birch said. “One night I drove a mum and dad home with their three children in their own safety seats and they were very grateful and it felt good.”

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•Copper •Brass •Aluminium •Car/Truck Batteries •Stainless Steel To all our loyal customers, I sincerely thank you for your continued support. I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May 2017 be everything you wish for. John Fincham. Owner. CHRISTMAS TRADING HOURS: Closing midday Saturday 24th Dec and reopen Wednesday 28th Dec. Closing midday Saturday 31st Decc and reopen Tuesday 3rd Jan.

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PENINSULA HAPPENINGS

PJ’s opens in Hastings PAT Jacobs and Jodie Hodges are passionate about food and delighted to have opened their new restaurant, PJ’s in Hastings. With a view out over Westernport Bay and the parklands, the modern restaurant is a great place to celebrate special occasions or just pop in for a meal with friends. The restaurant and bar has a relaxed dining vibe with share plates, an extensive menu of main dishes and fully stocked bar. With the two chefs and owners, Pat and Jodie, having extensive experience in hospitality, this is an exciting venture for the couple, who have

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wanted to open their own venue for many years. “We had been looking for the perfect place for a while now and when we saw this venue was available, jumped at it. It’s a great location with plenty of indoor and alfresco dining options and we are excited to offer quality food in a classic and casual environment,” said Pat. PJ’s has an extensive menu with everything from rib eye to seafood, and share plates including saganaki. PJ’s is at 27 Marine Parade, Hastings. Phone 5909 8351.


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Hastings U3A HASTINGS U3A is busy preparing courses and activities for 2017. There is more to life and more to like at Hastings U3A, with an aim to introduce new activities and courses each term. The team at Hastings U3A say 2017 will be a very exciting year for their members, as they continue to provide the lowest costing courses for 45+ retired and semi-retired members of the community. They include all the old favourites like table tennis, art classes, French, philosophy, numerous fitness activities, gardening, gourmet, luncheon society, theatre, Friday walking groups,

computer classes and many more. If you are having trouble using your mobile telephone, your IPad or wish to learn more about using your computer, Hastings U3A can help with their low cost courses. Bocce has commenced and is open to all members of U3A and the community, and the plan is to introduce darts, German classes, origami workshop and card making to the 2017 course list and many more through the year. Hastings U3A is at 13 Teal Court, Hastings. Phone 5979 8585.

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The Heritage Tavern would like to welcome Chef Russell Bald to our kitchen for the summer. Russell has an extensive list of credentials including Florentinos , Willow Creek and Chisholm. If you are celebrating a work function or catching up with friends we hope you will join us in the garden or on the deck. Our 2 course Roast for $25 will continue on a Wednesday night through November and provides a very economical means of catching up with staff or family. Speak to our staff on 59832597

WELCOME CHEF RUSSELL BALD 3059 Frankston Flinders Rd Balnarring (opposite the Balnarring shopping complex)

Phone: 5983 2597

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NEWS DESK Coach for breakfast

Fagan in concert

FOOTBALL coach Alastair Clarkson will share some of his sporting and business insights over breakfast at Mt Eliza. Clarkson will speak about the challenges he has dealt with throughout his renowned career. One of the AFL’s most respected modern-day coaches, he is best known for leading Hawthorn to four premierships in 2008, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Recognised for his innovation, leadership philosophies and ability to change the way AFL football is played, Clarkson is a passionate, people-focussed person with an interest in the community. He draws on his educational background, including a Master of Business Administration from Monash University, to articulate the similarities between achieving and maintaining peak performance in sport and success in the business world. The breakfast presentation is on Tuesday 6 December, at the Ranelagh Club, 3 Rosserdale Cres in Mt Eliza, 7-8.45am. Fee: $47.25. Bookings essential: mornpen.vic.gov.au/alastairclarkson

GUITARIST Matthew Fagan, above, will perform at St Johns Church, 23 King St, Flinders, at the Guitarra & Festive Guitar CD Launch, 3-4:30pm, Sunday 4 December. Doors open 2.30pm. The concert is also launching the Festive Guitar CD as well as a fundraiser for the church, with $5 from each ticket going towards the restoration fund. Tickets are $30 full/ $25-concession, or $15 Under 16s and $50 family (two adults and two children). Details: Kellie, call 0438 881 985, email: mjb2fagan@gmail.com or trybooking.com/NVLV

Crime writer CRIME writer and former assistant Victoria Police Commissioner Bill Robertson will be at the Mornington and Hastings libraries, 6 December, to talk about his second novel, Fox. Fox is an action thriller about Colin Fox, a member of the stolen generation, who, despite having an extremely traumatic childhood, becomes a specialist SAS officer. Murder, bikie gangs, outback boxing tents, false imprisonment and a female stalker are all part of the plot. Bookings essential: ourlibrary.mornpen.vic.gov.au or call 5950 1820.

Senior drivers’ expo SENIORS are invited to a free drivers’ expo at Mornington Community Theatre, Wilsons Rd, Mornington, 9.30am, Saturday 3 December. They will receive a free driving assessment in their own car by a qualified instructor, free roadworthy checks, and a free road rule book, as well as a certificate of attendance. Morning tea and lunch will be provided. Details: Call 59864621 or 0419 398 695.

Fire prevention works

Training for new year’s surfing MEMBERS of the Disabled Surfers’ Association Mornington Peninsula donned wetsuits and took to the water at Point Leo to practice and improve their skills in preparation for next year’s three events. The skill improvement morning was conducted by Ash Gardner, Stewart Lockie and Gary Morton, with Jenny Anglis-Goodall volunteering as the group’s “crash test dummy”. A new surfboard for event days was also trialled. Surf day events will be held by the DSAMP at Point Leo 11am-3pm on Saturday 14 January and Saturday 4 March. Details: Jenny AnglissGoodall, call 0417 453 669. A third event is being held at Inverloch 11am2pm Saturday 11 February. Details: Stuart Yates, 0411 476 478. For more details about the DSAMP or to register as a volunteer of surfing participant go to disabledsurfers.org/vic/morning-peninsulabranch/

Sports for all MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire will celebrate International Day of People with Disability by holding a come-and-try sports day and miniexpo at Civic Reserve, Mornington, 10am–1pm Wednesday 7 December. International Day of People with Disability aims to increase public awareness, understanding and acceptance of people with disability. Activities on the day will include tennis, gymnastics, soccer, netball, footy, dance, table tennis and SWISH (blind table tennis). A Marveloo, a portable, fully accessible toilet with adjustable change table and hoist, will also be available. The toilet is part of a campaign by the shire’s all abilities consultative committee to see similar permanent toilets around the peninsula. Refreshments available. Bookings at: mornpen.vic.gov.au/allabilitiesday, spcd.admin@ mornpen.vic.gov.au or 5950 1099.

PARKS Victoria is conducting its annual summer fuel reduction program to maintain fuel breaks and fire access tracks, slash grass and remove weeds on public land. Prevention work is being done in 16 parks on the Mornington Peninsula and around Western Port. These include Mornington Peninsula, Point Nepean and Arthurs Seat state parks, Bald Hill and Buckley nature conservation reserves, Coolart Heritage Reserve, Crib Point and Tyabb bushland reserves, Devilbend and Warneet natural features reserves, French Island National Park, Kangerong and Main Ridge nature conservation reserves, Langwarrin and The Pines flora and fauna reserves, and Tubbarubba Reserve. “Fire can spread quickly and our work to reduce fuel loads is an important part of managing the landscape in urban areas,” Parks’ senior manager fire and emergency operations Anthony Maxwell said. “It’s important for residents to understand that we cut grass when it is nearly ‘cured’ – almost dried out – to avoid regrowth during the hot, dry months.”

The Western Port Whisperer

THE Whisperer received a huge shock when Mrs Whisperer was driving down Mornington- Tyabb Road the other morning and noticed a speed reduction from 100km/h to 80km/h. Fortunately, she has a beautiful brake foot like Rhonda, and was able to slow down to match the new signs. On the way home in the afternoon, Mrs Whisperer was tooted for going too slow, because the new signs had been replaced with the old signs and we were allowed to travel at 100km/h again. The Whisperer can’t help but point out the irony of VicRoads conducting a period of consultation

with the public about speed limits, when clearly the change will be inevitable. The Whisperer is not necessarily anti change, but wishes public consultation would happen as part of the decision process, not just to make the organisation look good. *** MRS Whisperer is currently going through a mid- life crisis. This isn’t necessarily a problem, except for the fact she has had about seven of these events in the last decade. In her ultimate wisdom, she has decided to go on a fitness frenzy and wants us to go walking more. You know a midlife crisis is out

of hand when she buys us matching John Howard inspired tracksuits. Needless to say, if you see a couple walking around the Western Port region wearing matching tracksuits, The Whisperer has lost his mind and Mrs Whisperer has been taken over by her mid-life crisis. *** ACCORDING to reports, the Eagle has landed on Arthurs Seat and will be open very soon. The Whisperer was searching through the garage the other day and found eleven old sets of binoculars. He has decided to donate these, and eleven tickets to ride the Eagle

Skylift to the shire councillors. It is hoped they will use these to not only take in views of Port Phillip Bay and the Melbourne city skyline, but also, they will focus their binoculars on Western Port Bay. When the councillors look over here, they will see no major tourist drawcard, a lack of basic public infrastructure across the board, and potholes and cracks in footpaths that big, they may not need the binoculars to see them. *** THE whisper is the Western Port Festival has a new mascot for this coming year. His name is Marine Man and he is Western Port’s newest superhero.

While The Whisperer is yet to meet this new superhero in our region, he wishes to confirm that he does not wear Marine Man pyjamas, but has certainly heard several whispers which imply that Marine Man wears Western Port Whisperer pyjamas. Nonetheless, good luck to Marine Man in his quest to get the Western Port region noticed. If The Whisperer’s experiences are anything to go by, you will need all the luck you can get. *** Heard a Whisper? Let the Whisperer know: westernportwhisperer@gmail.com

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28 Boes Road, HASTINGS Buyers over $1,300,000 Ray White Real Estate, 69 High Street, Hastings, 5979 4177 Ruby Smith, 0434 744 744

DISCREETLY tucked away from the road, at the end of a tree-lined driveway, this handsome ranch-style home is set on a tranquil 2.5 hectare block â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with four fenced paddocks and a small dam that would accommodate a small amount of livestock â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and a vast lawn area around the home is dotted with established trees for extra privacy. Welcoming living areas with splendid high ceilings define the main open-plan zone which consists of a combined lounge and meals space with wood heater and a lovely adjoining kitchen with island bench and walk-in pantry. From the

front, there is a formal lounge to the right as you enter, and opening from the dining room is a separate study. Three more excellent bedrooms all have walk-in robes, with the larger master bedroom also boasting an enormous ensuite with the usual features, plus his and hers vanity units. The fourth bedroom has built-in robes, and there is a well-appointed main bathroom. Extending away from the kitchen and living zone is a magnificent undercover entertaining area that will significantly enhance the sense of overall space on offer. Fully tiled and securely fenced,

the space has been landscaped with tropical themed gardens, and front and centre is the fantastic solar heated in-ground swimming pool. There is a double garage under the roof line of the home and a full complement of quality outbuildings include an 84 square metre machinery shed with power and sliding doors, and a second tandem length garage with roller door. Offering a reassuring sense of privacy, this delightful small acreage property remains very accessible to schools and shopping, so be sure to explore this beautiful lifestyle opportunity.

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AUCTION THIS SATURDAY

EXECUTORS AUCTION This neat 2 bedroom brick veneer unit with 2 car spaces is situated close to shops and only a short stroll from the beautiful Hastings foreshore and Pelican Park Reserve. Freshly painted throughout this unit comprises two bedrooms, master with WIR, a functional kitchen with gas cooker and easy care laminex benchtops, light and bright living area with gas wall furnace leading through to dining area opening out to the generous rear yard and verandah, main bathroom with separate toilet as well as a separate laundry and single lock up garage with through access to the back yard. This unit has been designed for practical living and is sure to impress those looking to downsize or invest in a well maintained and quiet complex.

CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT 5979 3555

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DUAL OCCUPANCY WITH SUBDIVISION POTENTIAL “Teio Park” One of the largest single holdings on French Island consisting of 80 acres natural bush adjacent to Pinnacles Track and National Park with the balance of 400 acres set up for grazing cattle or sheep with numerous dams and shelter trees distributed throughout. Outbuildings include a modest 3BR home plus smaller incomplete 2BR dwelling nearby, a shearing shed plus large hay shed located at northern end of the property. Abundant quality bore water to property and cattle yards. Road frontage lends itself to subdivision of 4 lots (S.T.G.A). The property is ideal for multiple family holding or compound. Terms: 10% Deposit, Deposit 60/90 Days, Vacant Possession.

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AUCTION

Sat 10th December at 2:30pm at the agents office, 2100 Frankston Flinders Road, Hastings.

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Set amongst 3 glorious acres of well-maintained grounds, this exquisite residence comprises of 4 bedrooms plus study, multiple living zones including a sound proof media room along with recent renovations including a fully tiled master ensuite and beautiful new kitchen with stainless-steel appliances, island and breakfast bench and modern cabinetry. A crystal clear salt water solar heated pool and gas heated spa, set within a spectacular outdoor pavilion, houses your own outdoor kitchen complete with hot running water, dishwasher, mains gas BBQ and handmade pizza oven.

This well maintained brick veneer home situated in Old Tyabb on a huge 1178m2 block (approx) is a rare find.The solid 3 bedroom home offers side access to the rear of property, includes a double lock up garage and neat low maintenance gardens. The cottage kitchen provides ample bench and cupboard space, electric cooking and pantry with dining area which offers direct access to the adjoining expansive paved rear pergola. Other features include gas heating, built in robes, bathroom with large shower and corner spa bath. Close to schools, recreation clubs, transport, High Street and Hastings Foreshore – this property is a treasure. Expressions of Interest close 14 December 2016 Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

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Set on approx 606m2 of land, this modern contemporary home offers simplicity and comfort within a quiet neighbourhood. The open plan kitchen features gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher, there is an adjoining dining area and separate family room, and to the front of the home is a formal lounge. Other features include 3 bedrooms with built in robes - master bedroom with WIR & FES, central heating and plenty of storage throughout. A large alfresco entertaiing area can be reinstated to house vehicles if required. This is comfort and convenience at its best.

This modern 2 bedroom unit offers complete privacy and features a spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, adjoining lounge and dining area opening out to a courtyard and rear garden. The main bedroom has a walkin robe and dual entry bathroom. Other features include split system heating and cooling, floating floorboards and single garage with remote door.

Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

HASTINGS

Offers Over $315,000

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This immaculate 3BR unit offers an open plan design with spacious lounge featuring floating timber floors throughout, GDH and evaporative cooling. A spick and span kitchen has gas appliances plus pantry, and adjoins the meals area which opens out to a covered patio & low maintenance courtyard. Freshly painted throughout, other features include new window furnishings, BIR’s and security shutters.

As new 2 bedroom unit with current lease already in place. Property features stainless steel appliances, gas heating, BIR, walk through ensuite to master, open plan living and single lock up garage with internal access. Also included in this package is landscaped gardens, storage shed, security doors and fly screens. Close to transport and shops.

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On a 881m2 block, this 3BR brick veneer home offers lounge and dining room with wood fire, large bay windows and garden views. A central timber kitchen has plenty of cupboard space, a dishwasher and a breakfast bar. The family room and adjoining bar open to the entertaining area overlooking the in ground pool framed by palm trees. Other features include central heating and air conditioning.

This immaculate 3BR unit offers an open plan design with spacious lounge featuring floating timber floors throughout, GDH and evaporative cooling. A spick and span kitchen has gas appliances plus pantry, and adjoins the meals area which opens out to a covered patio & low maintenance courtyard. Freshly painted throughout, other features include new window furnishings, BIR’s and security shutters.

WENDY TALLON Sales Manager 0419 135 836 wendy@btre.com.au

JONATHON McCOY Sales Consultant 0403 290 019 homesales@btre.com.au

A fantastic opportunity to purchase a freehold garden and food business with liquor license, permits for lunch/evening trading and current long term tenants. This exciting concept, designed and constructed by a prominent landscape designer, has become an iconic destination for tourists, gourmet lovers and locals. Nestled among beautiful landscaped gardens the main restaurant features an open fire, stylish décor and serving counter, central heating, air-conditioning, a fully equipped commercial kitchen and there is seating for 50 people plus outdoor dining on the front and rear decks. Providing further versatility to this stunning property, adjoining the restaurant stands a double story dwelling which has been utilised downstairs as a nursery outlet, gallery, gift shop and currently a beauty salon; upstairs as an office/meeting room. Set on 5,795m2 of land with main road exposure, other features include kitchen gardens, large car park, water tanks, bore, solar power, cool room, amenities, garden irrigation, seedling/potting annex, two 9m x 6m storage sheds and a service entrance. Contact: Wendy Tallon 0419 135 836

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SUE BLAIKIE Property Manager 5979 8003 propertymanager@btre.com.au

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2/4 QUEEN STREET INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT

AUCTION: Saturday 3rd Dec at 12:30pm

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•3 bedrooms - Master with dual-entry bathroom •Open plan living and dining •Gas heating •Kitchen with plenty bench and cupboard space •Double garage

•Three bedroom home – master with BIR & FES •Well appointed kitchen with dishwasher •Meals area and separate lounge with GDH •Outside entertainment area •Leased until May 2017, this is a perfect investment

31 STORNOWAY DRIVE

1/144 DISNEY STREET

2 THOMAS PLACE

INSPECT SATURDAY 12-12.30PM SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

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•3 bedroom home on a 568sqm approx block •Solid and well maintained home with a huge shed •Kitchen with ample bench and cupboard space •2SHQSODQOLYLQJ GLQLQJZLWKSROLVKHGWLPEHUÁRRUV •Rendered exterior with merbau decking

•Two bedroom unit with BIR’s to both bedrooms •Open plan living •Main bathroom, separate toilet and laundry •Kitchen with stainless-steel appliances •Single lock up garage

56 LORIMER STREET

11 MARTIN STREET

22/118-120 VICTORIA STREET

INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

INSPECT SATURDAY 11.00-11.30AM SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

INSPECT BY APPOINTMENT DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

Baywest Real Estate (VIC) Pty. Ltd. 1/109 High Street Hastings, VIC 3915 Ph: 03 5979 4412 Fax: 03 5979 3097 Email: enquiries@baywestrealestate.com.au Web: www.baywestrealestate.com.au Page 8

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

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KILLARNY | ABUNDANCE OF POTENTIAL IN A PEACEFUL FAMILY NEIGHBOURHOOD Set behind immaculately landscaped front gardens, this endearing home is instantly enjoyable as is, but has room to grow (STCA) and scope for cosmetic improvements. Set on a generous 850sqm allotment (approx.) Three bedrooms with robes. Q Kitchen with dishwasher, gas cooking and plenty of bench + cupboard space. Q Spacious lounge with ceiling fan and split-system heating + cooling. Q Lovely patio and private yard adjoining a large reserve for the kids to enjoy. Q Side access to a large workshop with power â&#x20AC;&#x201C; ideal to store a boat or caravan. Q Q

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Centrally located with Westernport Secondary College, High Street shops and transport all within walking distance, as is Villawood Drive reserve with its fenced leashfree dog park.

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HASTINGS 54 Matthew Circuit A MODEL OF CONTEMPORARY STYLE IN A HIGHLY-DESIRABLE LOCATION Faultlessly designed for family living, this stunning residence has been created to encapsulate the very best of contemporary design while maintaining optimum privacy in the renowned Solar Estate.

A MASTERPIECE OF TIMELESS STYLE AND SUPERIOR QUALITY - Few residences can summon the sense of grandeur, elegance and sophistication as this stunning Harkaway-style residence set on approximately 1.4 acres.

Four bedrooms, master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-robe. Q Kitchen features a large island bench and stainless steel appliances Q Lounge room with air-conditioning, dining, rumpus room and separate study. Q Alfresco entertaining area with built-in BBQ + coonara wood heater. Q Garden shed, separate work shop, plus separate driveway for extra vehicle. Q Double remote garage with internal access.

Three bedrooms, master suite with separate sitting room, WIR, picture box window and ensuite including double vanity and shower. Q Customised kitchen with Falcon oven, timber topped benches, custom cabinetry, and quality appliances including dishwasher. Q Spacious dining and family room with wood combustion heater and pendant lights. Q Concertina doors opening to an expansive deck with Balinese-inspired ceiling fans. Q Free-standing barn has been transformed into a spacious studio; consisting of two bedrooms, bathroom, living area, air-conditioning and kitchenette.

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5979 2489 reception@robertsandgreen.com.au Lisa Roberts

Wilma Green

Paige Brierley

Jacqui Robinson Ronelle Kraulis

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PROPERTY MANAGER PROPERTY MANAGER

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MOUNT MARTHA

26 Osborne Drive

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WILDWOOD • 3142sqm (approx.) double allotment offering plenty of room to subdivide (STCA) and located in Mt Martha’s golden triangle, just a stroll to the village and beach • Original 1920s weatherboard beach house featuring a generous floorplan, classic sash windows, shutter blinds and plate rails • Multiple living zones with high ceilings, toasty woodheater and open fireplace, plus French doors opening to gorgeous gardens and fruit orchard • Country kitchen with timber counters and walk-in pantry, plus four large bedrooms including one with adjoining dressing-room/nursery and another with ensuite

AUCTION This Saturday, 3rd of December at 11am Inspect Saturday 10:30 - 11:00am Quentin McEwing 0409 389 268

MORNINGTON

9 York Street

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DIVIDE & CONQUER • Original weatherboard clad cottage on 754sqm (approx.), ideally located just minutes from Mornington’s best shops, cafes and beaches • Endorsed plans for a three-bedroom double-story dwelling at the rear offers a unique investment opportunity • Live in the front house while building at the rear, rent the front house out as an investment or demolish the lot and start again • Existing home features two bedrooms, central living with pot belly stove and renovated kitchen, plus split system air-con and double lockup storage shed

Auction This Saturday, 3rd of December at 1pm Inspect Saturday 12:30 - 1:00pm Quentin McEwing 0409 389 268

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6 Georgiana Place

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AZURE • Elite beachside home showcasing high-tech luxury with sweeping panoramic vistas across the bay, just 650m to McCrae beach and a leisurely stroll to the foreshore • With superior quality and a superb location, this prestigious two-storey residence is ideal for permanent or part-time living, backdropped by million-dollar water views • A wall of bi-fold doors opens to the full-length deck from the central living area with high skillion ceilings and timber floors, next to the granite and s/steel kitchen • Upper and lower level master bedrooms, plus ducted heating, split system A/C, surround sound and electronic gated entry with remote double garage

For Sale Price Inspect

$980,000 PLUS Saturday 3:00 - 3:30pm

Chelsey Gibson

0409 277 997

MOUNT MARTHA

57 Stanley Crescent

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VUE DE MONDE • Outstanding two-year-old designer home spread over two levels on 1890sqm (approx.) allotment with four exceptional living areas including games room opening to jacuzzi and fire pit area, plus rumpus room off the children’s wing • Directly overlooking Safety Beach shoreline, the bay and city skyline, the deluxe theatre room sits adjacent to the luxurious master with WIR and divine ensuite • Luminous family living/dining adjoins the stunning stone and s/steel kitchen, with glass doors to sublime BBQ terrace and entertaining balcony with sweeping views • Also offering a sunny study, Italian oak floors, triple garage with internal access, hydronic heating, tinted and double-glazed windows, plus built-in trampoline For Sale Price Inspect Dean Phillips Amy Day

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$1.75M PLUS Saturday 3:00 - 3:30pm 0402 833 865 0408 559 086

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Somerville 125 Clarendon Drive

Impressive

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For Sale $590,000 PLUS * * * *

Somerville 13 Dominic Mews

Fantastic floor plan to suit a family Hostess kitchen with breakfast bar Quality outdoor entertaining Large shed & rear access

Inspect Contact agent Shelly Brown 0431 188 166

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2 spacious living areas Rear access to 2nd shed Great size block Undercover entertaining area

Large bedrooms Modern open plan design Huge kitchen with quality appliances Highly sought after location

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Somerville 9 Todd Grove

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For Sale $535,000 - $575,000

For Sale $550,000 PLUS * * * *

Somerville 20 Stephens Place

Entertainers Dream

Designer Living

Inspect Contact agent Chrissy Kouvaras 0418 570 521

Absolutely Fabulous For Sale $590,000 PLUS * Fantastic floor plan * Easy maintain grounds * Close to all amenities

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Somerville and Hastings Offices and sur Chrissy Kouvaras 0418 570 521

Shelly Brown 0431 188 166

Somerville: 5977 8877 - 3/1065 Frankston-Flinders Road, Somerville

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Balnarring 333 Stumpy Gully Road

Hastings 16 Bilgola Street

Prior to Auction

Family Living At its best

3 4 5979 8833

For Sale Buyers Over $600,000

4/82 High Street Hastings obrienrealestate.com.au

* 3 bedrooms plus study, main with WIR & FES * 3 living rooms, plus separate dining area * Salt water in-ground heated pool

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4/82 High Street Hastings obrienrealestate.com.au

* 4 bedrooms plus separate 2 bedroom flat. * New floors, air-conditioning and a fire place. * Stables, feed shed, tack room, run-in shed and round yard.

Inspect Contact agent Glenda Ashton 0407 662 680 Katie Oliver 0437 284 449

Crib Point 1/42 Park Road

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Moorooduc 210 Bungower Road

Investors must see

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For Sale Buyers over $265,000 * Hard-wood floors throughout * Set on a 250m2 (approx) block * 3 Bedrooms, all with built in robes

Inspect Contact agent Glenda Ashton 0407 662 680 Katie Oliver 0437 284 449

Country Living In Style

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For Sale Offers Invited

4/82 High Street Hastings obrienrealestate.com.au

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4 bedrooms â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2 with ensuite Main bathroom Huge entertainment area and wrap around deck. Double garage, double carport and large shed.

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now better serving Western Port rounds. Katie Oliver 0437 284 449 Hastings:

Glenda Ashton 0416 142 335

Jason Tonks 0452 637 653

5979 8833 - 4/82 High Street, Hastings

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Hastings 16 Bilgola Street

Family living at its best.

For sale.

5979 8833

Buyers Over $600,000

4/82 High Street, Hastings obrienrealestate.com.au

This beautiful federation style home with modern touches, offers everything a family needs, having multiple living zones, and duel access to a large 6w x 9d x 3h shed to house all the toys, sat on a 964m2 (approx) block. t 3 double bedrooms, plus study. Master with walk in robe and ensuite t 3 separate living rooms, plus dining area t Salt water in-ground heated pool This property is a must to inspect. Located only minutes away from shops, schools, public transport and Hastings marina.

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Katie Oliver 0437 284 449 Jason Tonks 0452 637 653


Balnarring 333 Stumpy Gully Road

When life style meets comfort.

For auction.

5979 8833

Saturday 10 December at 1pm

4/82 High Street, Hastings obrienrealestate.com.au 5 acres (approx) of paddocked land, set in the greatly sort after area of Balnarring, offering a Katie Oliver large family home plus a separate granny flat 0437 284 449 or teenage retreat. This beautiful cedar wood Jason Tonks home, gives the look of country living whilst 0452 637 653 giving the feeling of comfort. t 4 double bedrooms in the main home and 2 bedrooms in the flat. t New flooring throughout, split system heating/cooling, central fire place. t Stables, feed shed, tack room, run-in shed and round yard.

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Hastings 9 Reid Parade

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Stunning Family Home Fantastic updated home featuring new carpets, a freshly painted interior and three bedrooms all with BIR’s. Combined lounge and dining area leads through to a renovated kitchen with stone benchtops,

gas cooking and s/steel oven. Main bathroom with seperate toilet, spearate laundry, and outside is an undercover pergola, sheds and plenty of storage space. Also including air-conditioning and a carport.

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For Lease

This affordable large brick $370 Per Week veneer 3 bedroom family View By Appointment home with brand new carpet, www.harcourts.com.au large backyard, large lounge room, kitchen with gas Hastings Office cooking, separate laundry, P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au bathroom & toilet is situated

close the local shops, school, Kindergarten & public transport

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Fully Renovated This three bedroom brick house has been fully renovated throughout. With a large lounge room with a split system to keep cool in summer, a brand new kitchen with gas cooking, brand new bathroom,

three generous size bedrooms with free standing wardrobes and a big backyard. Walking distance to West Park Primary School. This property wont last long.

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Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

Bittern 3 Julia Court

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Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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For Lease $425 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

Our Team, Your Reassurance

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, Amy and Mellisa for any property management needs, to them it’s not just a job it’s a passion. hastings.harcourts.com.au Page 16

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

Mornington Auction this Saturday

Auction

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48 Herbert Street, Mornington Surrounded by million dollar homes in prestigious Beleura Hill, this exceptional setting with a 1920s three-bedroom residence is moments from beautiful Mills Beach and vibrant Main Street’s cafes and boutique shops and offers a unique opportunity to capitalise on existing plans and permits for two luxurious townhouses. The state-of-the-art design features façades designed in context with the coastal surrounding and stylish interiors offering a two-storey three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom plus a study residence with internal lift and a single-level two-bedroom, two-bathroom residence. Snap up the chance to secure this exciting development opportunity and reap the rewards of this blue ribbon ready to go project in one of Mornington’s most coveted settings.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 3rd December 12.00pm As advertised or by appointment Kylie Miller 0404 041 554 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103

bowmanandcompany.com.au

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

Mornington

For Sale

A4 B3 C2

2/28 Venice Street, Mornington Designed on the cutting edge, this state-of-the-art two-storey four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom family residence is exclusively positioned in a quiet beachside pocket within minutes of Main Street’s cafes and the beachfront and brings sophisticated inner-city luxury to this sought-after residential environment. Combining superb dimensions with eyecatching appointments, the stunning interior has an emphasis on open, free-flowing interiors with three living zones, an entertainer’s Carrara kitchen with AEG appliances, butler’s pantry and cellar, and two outdoor entertaining areas. Features include a luxurious ground-floor main bedroom with WIR and en suite, double remote garage and Oak flooring.

Inspect Contact

As advertised or by appointment Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515

bowmanandcompany.com.au

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

Mornington Auction this Saturday

Auction

2/55 Herbert Street, Mornington Hidden away in a boutique group in coveted Beleura Hill, this magnificent architect-designed two-storey fourbedroom, 2.5-bathroom residence is unrivalled in quality and size. Beautifully finished with polished floorboards and streaming natural light, the low-maintenance interiors emphasise space and seamless indoor-outdoor northern living with a private entertaining deck leading off the spacious open-plan living and dining zone; while the stone and Bosch kitchen is customised for gourmet efficiency. A palatial ground-floor main bedroom suite and double remote garage reflect the first class fit-out just a short walk to magical Mills Beach and the cosmopolitan lifestyle and café scene of Main Street.

Auction Saturday 3rd December 11.00am Inspection Saturday 10.30 - 11.00am Contact Alex Campbell 0432 344 394 Jake Egan 0491 129 137 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Dromana

Auction

1/203 Palmerston Avenue, Dromana With stunning bay views and superb appointments, this impressive new two-storey residence’s sophisticated interior provides the ideal response to a stylish low-maintenance Peninsula lifestyle. With expansive front and rear decks linking to a spacious open-plan living and dining zone via sliding doors and exceptional three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom accommodation, this designer domain delivers a faultless lifestyle. With a sleek stone kitchen with Butler’s pantry, top-floor living, balcony and main bedroom suite with bay views, luxuriant main bathroom, polished boards and double garage, this custom designed home resides close to the Dromana foreshore, shops, schools, parkland and freeway access.

Auction Saturday 10th December 12.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 Ayden Nelson 0419 447 038 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Neat, sweet and petite Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

3 Point Road, CRIB POINT Offers over $380,000 Roberts & Green, 64 High Street, Hastings, 5979 2489 Lisa Roberts, 0488 910 368

WITH lovely street appeal, this charming cottage gives a nod to 1920’s style with a stunning interior re-invented for 21st century living. Retaining the gracious influences of the past, the home features three bedrooms, all with built-in robes, with the main bedroom boasting dual-entry access to the gorgeous bathroom, complete with free-standing bath and a walk-in shower. A show-stopping galley kitchen has gleaming white cabinets that are nicely complemented by a stainless-steel dishwasher and upright stove, and there is a large recess for a double refrigerator. Light and bright with high ceilings and dressed up with sash windows, a formal living area also incorporates an ornamental fire place and is a wonderful space for entertaining guests, while a second living area with ducted heating throughout ensures extra space and comfort for the whole family. Full use has been made of the 538 square metre block which has been well-landscaped with neat paths and gardens, there is a cosy timber deck and even a vegetable patch.

Built with the family in mind Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

28 St Mitchell Circuit, MORNINGTON $780,000 - $820,000 McNeill Real Estate, PO Box 3060 Mornington, 3931 Janet McNeill, 0419 503 327

PROVIDING great space for the whole family, this fantastic five-bedroom home is going to be a popular haven for family and friends this summer. A brilliant in-ground pool at the rear of the property is fully-fenced and landscaped with drought tolerant plants. An undercover entertaining area with pitched ceiling and skylight overlooks the pool, and for a seamless transition from indoor to outdoor living, glass sliding doors open up to the kitchen and dining area. The enormous kitchen has a welcome amount of bench space with stylish glass splashbacks, and appliances include a stainless-steel 900-millimetre oven and a dishwasher. The versatile layout downstairs offers three living zones, a separate study, and a powder room. Upstairs are four more bedrooms – all with walk-in robes and airconditioning – with the larger master bedroom featuring a relaxing ensuite with spa bath. Beautifully set on a 959 square metre block, from the street there is a double garage with internal access and a large paved area in front offers plenty of off-street parking space.

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

Auction

8-12 Elizabeth Road, Red Hill Cradled within a hideaway location with Red Hill’s boutique shops and primary school at the end of the street, this four-bedroom single-level residence is a superb country escape with every lifestyle convenience at your doorstep. Set within beautiful garden surrounds with towering gums and a gully walk through to a fire pit for the ultimate relaxation in nature, this tranquil residence combines natural beauty with a stylish contemporary interior and a separate studio perfect for guests. With stylish Blackwood timber flooring and 50,000 litres of water storage, this unique home enjoys absolute peace and privacy close to cafes, wineries, farm gates and bay and surf beaches.

Auction Saturday 10th December 1.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Private Leonard Wilding killed in France Compiled by Cameron McCullough WORD has been received that Private Leonard Wilding was killed in action in France, on the 26th of October last. Pte. Wilding was well known in this district, having carried on the business of estate agent for some years previous to enlisting, residing at Bittern, and later on at Frankston. We offer our heartfelt sympathy to the widow who is left to mourn her sad loss. *** MRS Hewison was the winner of the cigar band table which was raffled at the Somerville Fete last Saturday, holding ticket No 8. *** MESSRS Alex Scott and Co. will hold their monthly sale at Tanti on Monday next, when they will have a full yarding of stock and sundries to dispose of. *** MESSRS T. R. B. Morton and Son will offer for sale at Tanti on Monday next at 2 o’clock on the ground a splendid block of ground, containing 3 acres, opposite the hotel and sale yards, under instructions from the Equity Trustees Executors and Agency Co Ltd. The title is good and the terms are liberal. *** IN giving a report of a social evening held at Moorooduc on the 10th inst in order to bid good-bye to Miss Green, the local postmistress an error occurred.

It said i that the socia1 held was “in aid of Miss Green “ it should read “in honor of Miss Green.” *** LIEUTENANT Walter Jennings, of the Instructional Staff at Langwarrin and so well and favorably known in this district, was repeatedly encored for his numbers at the Somerville Fete, on Saturday Last. His voice has not lost any of its charm. *** MR Taylor, of the Frankston Motor Garage, has recently purchased a magnificent new “King” car, for the use of his customers. The car is filled with every modern improvement and is painted and upholstered in servicable khaki, with nickle fittings. Besides being a beautiful car in appearance, it is also easy-riding and comfortable, and should give every satisfaction on the road. *** A CRICKET match has been arranged between the officers and staff, Langwarrin Camp versus Frankston Cricket Club at Langwarrin on Saturday 2nd December 1916. All intending players from Frankston are asked to assemble at the Pharmacy (late Colonial Bank) Corner, in time to catch the cabs leaving for he camp at 1.45. The visiting players will be the guests of the officers for tea. *** WE are requested to call attention to an advertisement in another column

to the effect that arrangements have been made, provisionally, to make a sixth presentation to Frankston volunteers, on Wednesday, December 20th. We also have pleasure in making an earnest request to friends of recent Frankston volunteers to forward to the Hon. Sec., Dr Plowman, the names, and exact camp addresses of such recruits. The labors of the committee will be much lessened thereby. *** MESSRS Brody and Mason announce the following sales for the month of December. Wednesday 6th, at Frankston market, dairy cattle, horses, farm implements, furniture, produce, etc. Thursday, 7th at Frankston, contents of “Linga Longa” on account of Mrs Jacobs. Saturday 9th at Tyabb, freehold property and clearing sale, on account Mr L. Nichol. Tuesday 12th at Somerville, furniture, bicycles, buggy etc, on account Mr A. Mills. Wednesday 13th Somerville Market. Saturday 16th, at the rooms Frankston, special furniture, poultry, fruit, etc. Wednesday 20th Frankston ordinary market. Saturday 30th, freehold properties, under instructions from Executors in deceased estates and other vendors. *** THE Majestic Pictures last Friday

produced a magnificent programme of pictures that eclipsed anything that has been screened locally. Charlie Chaplin, as usual, created the fun and the acting of Miss Mabel Maguire (boy’s part) in the “Baby Bride” was excellent. We hope to see more of her in later programmes. The Indian films, depicting the hunter’s life and dangers held the interest of the audience from start to finish. The programme concluded with ‘Australia at War’, 8,000 ft. long. It showed the necessity of preparation, the various stages of men and munitions and bombs. Those who were fortunate enough, to see the picture, realised that before a nation can go to war, preparation is necessary on a large and complete scale. This Friday we are to have “The Curse of a Nation”, a picture which presents a modern problem that must be faced fairly and squarely by the people. It is featured by William Farnum, America’s most popular young actor, givine a sublime performance of the self-sacrificing hero, Phillip Morrow. Under the masterful directorship of Edgar Lewis, the enthralling drama works out to the proportions of a mighty epic of Modern American Life, dealing as it does with the gravest social, moral and political, conditions. Don’t fail to see it. ***

TO Laugh and dispel all sadness lengthens life - so if you want a long life come along and hear Harry Skinner at the Scotch Concert in aid of the Langwarrin Bag Fund. Miss Isabell Langlands, the musical marvel will play her beautiful violin at the Scotch Concert. Mrs Emily Benson’s popularity never wanes, the attactiveness of her performance will please you if you come to the Harry Skinner’s Scotch Concert. *** Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. Monday 27th November, 1916. Before Messrs C. G. Williams and S. Sherlock J’s.P. DISORDERLY WEEKENDERS Walter Lee, charged by Constable Ryan with being drunk and disorderly at the Frankfort Railway Station, on Saturday night, November 25th, pleaded guilty. As defendant had been it the lockup over Sunday he was let off with a fine of 5s or 4 hours imprisonment. As a result of a disturbance among visitors to the town on Sunday 26th Nov., John Richard Johansen, of St Kilda, who had been arrested by Const. Ryan on two charges of unlawful assault, and one charge of offensive behaviour, was remanded to appear at Frankston Court on 11th December. He was admitted to bail. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 2 December, 1916

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Between ‘The Rock’ and a hard place By Stuart McCullough THIS is an outrage. It defies common and uncommon sense alike and I demand a recount. More than that, I demand an answer. For this is the greatest affront to democracy since John Gorton voted against himself and lost the job as Prime Minister. I don’t know where to start. Tell the media. Alert the Supreme Court. Demonstrate in the streets because this travesty must not be allowed to stand. Because, when all is said and done, I simply refuse to accept the result. I cannot concede that Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson is now the ‘Sexiest Man Alive’. Should I blame the indecipherable peculiarities of the Electoral College system? Or, instead, should I simply heed the advice of popular music and blame it, if not on the bosa nova, then most certainly on the boogie? Presumably these events must have occurred whilst my back was turned. I certainly don’t recall voting for him. But now it’s done, there seems to be little, if anything, anyone can do about it. I’ll admit, I’m not altogether sure what privileges come with the title ‘Sexiest Man Alive’. Whether it includes the nuclear security codes and diplomatic immunity or simply an automatic invitation to next year’s TV Week Logie Awards with complimentary showbag stuffed full of hard to get goodies like ‘The Bert Newton Exfoliating Sponge-Stick’ or a celebrity swear jar, signed by the cast of ‘The Block’, is probably best left to the imagination. But, chances are, a title like that is at least worth one of those ‘VIP’ stickers for the drivethrough at McDonalds. It’s hard not

to be a little jealous. As mysterious and puzzling a decision as this may be - on par with crop circles and alien abduction - it begins to make a little more sense when you

consider the circumstances. First of all, you don’t simply get handed an award like ‘Sexiest Man Alive’; you have to take it from someone else. And, this year, the person to be dethroned as

world-champion all-round sexy guy is none other than David Beckham. All I can say to this stunning turn of events is: good. Other than be David Beckham, I can’t think of one thing he’s done to justify keeping the title. Details as to how these things are decided are, to put it mildly, sketchy. You’d like to think that there was some level of integrity and that the folks responsible for the Brownlow might somehow be involved. That the title is not decided by awarding between one and three votes for each week is a loss for all involved. It causes people to question the veracity of the whole thing. Greater transparency would be a good start as, clearly, the system is not without its flaws, as previous decisions to bestow the honour on Adam Levine and Jude Law no doubt attest. In an ideal world, I’d like to think that the title passed from Dave to Dwayne not as a result of a penalty shoot-out or canvas-rattling bout of wrestle mania gone berserk but some kind of battle of wits. Or, if that were too short a contest, perhaps by determining whose eyebrows can perform the most outstanding syncopated dance routine to ‘Uptown Funk’. Whatever their shortcomings, they each possess a remarkable set of eyebrows. Limber too. I suppose I’m reflecting on all of this because it was my birthday the other week. And, fact is, Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson and I are the same age. (So too is Snoop Doggy Dogg, although his strict use of a high-quality antiageing cream means that he hides it well. Fo’ shizzle.) When the birthday candles are extinguished and the waft-

ing, waxy smoke begins to clear, it’s hard not to reflect on life, the Rock and the Universe. At this rate, the Rock is on track to be one of the all time great Dwaynes. Despite the substantial handicap that is being named ‘Dwayne’, the Rock has just been crowned ‘Sexiest Man Alive’. I, it is fair to say, am still some distance off achieving that goal. Dwayne may be a Hollywood star, but he started out not so far from here, having spent part of his childhood living in Auckland. Presumably this means that he’s eligible to play for the All Blacks whenever he likes. He’s a third generation wrestler too which, frankly, is a lot of men in tights for one family. Christmas must be quite the occasion as various generations launch themselves from the top rope into the present pile at the base of the tree. That’s not so different from what goes on at our house. It’s not so hard to imagine that, in a ‘sliding doors’ kind of way (but without the inconvenience of Gwyneth Paltrow) that the Rock and I could well have been friends. I’d like to reconsider. Forget jealousy. I am flat-out delighted that one of my peers has been awarded such a prestigious honour. So best wishes, Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson; wrestler, actor, author and the most gifted athlete never to start at fly-half for New Zealand. May your reign be magnanimous and feel free to use your Presidential veto stamp as often as you like. You winning ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ is far from the strangest thing to happen in the last few weeks. I, for one, will be cheering for you. stuart@stuartmccullough.com

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Kangas in the box seat PROVINCIAL By IT Gully LANGWARRIN is in the box seat to win its match against Moorooduc in round five of MPCA Provincial cricket after having yet another good day in the field. The Kangaroos fielding and bowling has been a key to them sitting in the top four and it was at the forefront of their performance again on Saturday. The Ducs were bowled out for 155, Shamith Kannangara the top scorer with 38 after he was dropped on 30. Brett Wilson opened with 33 and David Greensmith put together 20. The home side just couldn’t put together a partnership (highest was 24),

losing wickets consistently throughout the innings. All five Langwarrin bowlers picked up wickets, Matt Campbell the pick of them with 4/41, while skipper Trav Campbell snared 2/31 from 13 overs. In reply, Langwarrin is looking strong at 1/65 with Simon McEvoy on 23 and Joel Bateman 22. A top order collapse and some terrible mix ups running between wickets has Mornington on the back foot against Baxter. The Doggies had four run outs in the innings and had only three players really contribute to the scoreboard. Mornington lost their first three wickets cheaply before skipper Matt Foon once against restored some order.

Together with Charlie Parker, Foon helped to put on 100-plus runs. The skipper scoring 67 and Parker 64, while Brad Lynch played a significant role with 41. However, four wickets for less than 10 runs didn’t help matters at the end of the innings. Chris Brittain was the best of the Baxter bowlers with 4/29 from 8.4 overs, while Ben Brittain claimed 2/32. Baxter is 0/16 in reply. Peninsula Old Boys have set Pearcedale a healthy 267 for victory in their match at Peninsula School. Keeper Wade Pelzer was again in the runs with 103, while skipper Matty Hyden scored 77 and Jon Forrest 35. Kaine Smith was the best of the

Panther’s bowlers with 5/83 off 21.2 overs, giving him 18 wickets for the season. Sorrento is staring at a rare victory after bowling out Long Island for 158. The Sharks haven’t been great with the bat either this season so one might suggest that this game is far from over. Peter Connell top scored with 33 for the Islanders, Aaron Paxton hit 29 and Stuart Swift 26 to help the home team reach 158. Rob Parslow was the best of the Sorrento bowlers with 3/32 from 20 overs, CJ King picked up 2/49 and Liam O’Conner snared 2/19. In reply, Sorrento is 0/9. Mt Eliza is just 39 runs away from

victory after destroying Pines. The Piners batted first and were rolled for 88, Ashley Hupe scoring 28 and Rhys Chalkley 21 at the top of the innings. Nick Baron took 4/21 for the Mounties and skipper Justin Grant picked up 3/13 from 18.5 overs. Mt Eliza is 2/50 in reply, Damien Kent not out on 29. Somerville scored 232 in its match against Crib Point. Sean Parker top scored for the Eagles at the top of the innings with 60, Brad Rossborough scored 48, as did Leigh Lowry and Jarryd Bailey was solid with 37. Glenn Barclay was the pick of the bowlers with 3/90 from 30.3 overs.

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By IT Gully RED Hill bounced back on the first day of its round five match against Main Ridge at Red Hill Reserve. The Hillmen were less than average against Mt Martha in the last round, giving up top spot on the ladder, however, the home side hit back against the Ridge on Saturday. Red Hill rolled the visitors for just 103, Lincoln Toy the destroyer with 4/12 from 10.3 overs, while Glenn Collett was at his best also with 2/31 from 20 overs. Simon Dart is always in the game and his 2/12 was important. In reply, the HIllmen are cruising at 1/64, Dart unbeaten on 37 and Andrew Mock 19 not out. Mt Martha continues its early-season domination, racking up 7/279 against Seaford Tigers. Riley Shaw scored his second ton on the trot, eventually run out on 108 and scoring 100 against Red Hill. Alex Mason was also solid at three with 47 and Brett Wilkinson scored 64 to help the Reds past 250. The Tigers used seven bowlers, Luke Chevalier getting 2/31 and David James 2/38. Max Watters toiled hard for a return of 1/67 from 19 overs. An 87 from Jon Guthrie flattered another inconsistent batting performance from Delacombe Park against Seaford. Rob Fisher scored 39 and Craig Bright 28 for the home side, eventually helping the Parkers to 221 on a small deck. Seaford is 1/23 in reply. Boneo has started well in its run chase against Baden Powell. The Braves batted first and made 242. Justin Moore was one of seven bowlers used by skipper Leigh Janssen and he responded with 3/27. Janssen himself claimed 2/68 and Ryan Jellie picked up 2/25. In reply, the Pandas are looking strong at 1/59, Chris Jobling not out on 29 and Moore unbeaten on 19. Rye has already lost a wicket in its run chase against Flinders. Flinders batted first and declared with eight overs left in the day at 9/226. Waide Symes was unbeaten on 58 and Dwayne Field was not out 22. Tim Clements was the only other player to get runs with 39. Dean Collins and Matt Travena each picked up three wickets for the Demons. Rye faced the final eight overs of the day and lost Beau Suffern. The Demons will resume at 1/11. Rosebud has set Heatherhill 218 for victory in their match at Olympic Park. Jason Mathers was the chief run scorer for the Buds with 59, while skipper Billy Quigley scored 34, Pete Doughty 34 and Brian Doughty hit 33. Matty Meagher and Jason Hinde each claimed two wickets for the Hills.

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Oops: Main Ridge were rolled for just 103 in their match against Red Hill. Picture: Rab Siddhi


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Blues set up outright win SUB-DISTRICT By IT Gully HASTINGS will be keen to pick up an outright win on the second day of its match against Carrum Downs in MPCA Sub District cricket. The Blues bowled out the Cougars for just 62 runs in 27.3 overs on Saturday. Luke Hewitt set Thomas Barclay Oval alight with 6/22 from 13.3 overs, including seven maidens. Mitch Floyd did the damage at the other end with 2/19 from eight overs.

Jordy Watters was the highest run scorer for the Cougars with 19, while David Dervan with 13 was the only on player to reach double figures. In reply, the Blues are cruising at 4/153 after skipper Robbie Hearn opened with 89. Devlin Webb is unbeaten on 35. Twelve wickets fell on the opening day of the match between Frankston YCW and Ballam Park. The Knights’ bowlers did a good job with the ball to remove the Stonecats for 134, however, they are reeling at

4/54 and 6/92 before Millar and Harnett put on 61. Jye Voelkl was the standout bowler for the Hoppers with 5/33 from 16.2 overs. Balnarring has some work to do with the bat after Carrum scored 256. John Mitchell (36) and Hayden Moulton (41), opened with 77 while Josh Dent hit 68 before he was run out. Lachy Dobson also chipped in with 27 late in the day. Geoff Bradshaw, Nathan Kleinig and Anthony Wilson all snared two

2/20 in reply. Jack Butland top scored for the Stonecats with 45 while Jack Greenwood hit 28. David Cross was the best of the Knights’ bowlers with 4/29, while Zac Clements snared 3/6 from five overs. Dromana has an achievable target to chase against Tootgarook, who made 186. A handy 51 to Todd Harnett late on the day helped the Frogs to a competitive total. Jake Millar was also solid with 48. At one stage Tootgarook was

wickets each for the Saints. Skye is every chance to pick up an unlikely win against Tyabb, who were bowled out for 156. The Yabbies struggled with the bat. Michael Edwards again got a start but couldn’t make the most of it, caught off the bowling of Jordan Keher for a team-high 36. Ben Milano was sensational for Skye with 6/39 from 19 overs. In reply, Skye is 1/15.

A young life being lived to the full on court BASKETBALL

By Jarrod Potter WHEN your first word is “ball”, a life on court is probably in the making. Tom Bahen, 14, a Western Port junior, has been basketball-crazy his whole life. There’s no other way to describe a Frankston kid who was bouncing a basketball before he was walking and telling everyone about his sporting passion. But his isn’t the textbook tale of rising through the ranks and dominating at every turn. He hasn’t been in the Jamboree mix. He hasn’t featured in Southern Cross Challenge yet. Realistically, he has never been on “the pathway”. Instead, his first foray at a Basketball Victoria Country try-out proved positive after going to Shepparton with faint hopes ... but left with an invitation to the BVC National Intensive Training Program (NITP). “It feels pretty good, it’s hard to explain; it just feels like you’re being noticed,” Bahen said. “First time [in BVC Pathway program] I’ve done a tournament through Western Port when we went to the BVC champs and we won one game – but that’s the only thing I’ve done. “A couple of my mates have done Vic Metro and I really wanted to play for the state, so my parents were looking at Vic Country and that was what they decided on and I liked the idea.” While travelling from the peninsula up to Shepparton, nerves struck the versatile Steeler. “I definitely wanted to do it this year, but I was getting pretty nervous,” Bahen said.

High hopes: Western Port junior Tom Bahen looks forward to a career shooting ball. Picture: Basketball Victoria Country

“I was nervous warming up but, as soon as we started playing, they all went away and I started playing normally. “It was pretty tough going for six hours but really good as I learnt tonnes, because I’ve never done it before.

“I’m glad that I put my name out there – obviously it’s worked – but learning all the different plays was great.” Bahen is a classic junior prospect: he plays guard, but is tall enough to cover any position and hopes to find more opportunities to drive the play if

his name is called out for bigger and better duties in the months to come. “I love playing a guard position – point guard to shooting guard – but because I’m kind of tall for my age, I play 1-5 - point guard to centre,” Bahen said. “I love playing guard because I love being a leader on the

court and a leader of the team.” The rapid rise is paving the way for Bahen to dream big – he doesn’t want to stop at a Vic Country jersey … he wants to work hard and push his way into the junior green-and-gold. “I’d like to end up playing for the state,” Bahen said. “Definitely want to play in the ACJBC – like to get through that and play state against the rest of the country. “My end goal though is to definitely try and play for the under-17 Australian team.” VJBL, school ball with Elisabeth Murdoch College and running out for Western Port in last year’s CBL competition in the development squad keeps his schedule busy. But Bahen wants to take any opportunity at any time – he’s that hungry to improve. Bahen thanks his coaching mentor Kenny Brunner for everything he’s done to push the young Steeler along and inspire his basketball ambitions. “Kenny Brunner – he’s taught me more than anyone else and is probably my inspiration to keep playing,” Bahen said. “Not just for Western Port but basketball in general because of the things he teaches me and I want in the end for him to be my coach. “We talk about things like life lessons and things to do with basketball as well.” The aim of the NITP is to identify and select outstanding basketball athletes 14-17 to an NITP squad and develop their mental skills, individual skills and team concepts which will aid them to compete successfully at national and international levels.

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Honda NSX named Road & Track Performance Car of the Year THE Honda NSX has been named Road & Track’s 2017 Performance Car of the Year, besting eight of the world’s finest sports cars by exhibiting a potent mix of performance, style and emotion. The Honda NSX won this year’s competition largely thanks to its unique driving experience. According to the feature in Road & Track, “For the first time in a hybrid automobile of any price or capability, technology has been placed firmly in the service of emotional involvement rather than in place of it.” The magazine goes on to say, “Everything about the car – from the way in which the brake-by-wire pedal lengthens its travel when the brakes are hot to the manner in which the mid-mounted V6 permits itself a bit of the ol’ barbaric yawp when it’s winding out in fourth gear – is intended to enhance the driver’s involvement.” “Every aspect of the new NSX – acceleration, braking and cornering – is a precise, new experience,” said Jon Ikeda, vice president and general manager of Acura. “Having the NSX recognised by Road & Track’s esteemed group of evaluators is not only a great honour for the car, but a testament to the skill, determination and challenging spirit of our team – we are immensely proud.” Now in its fifth year, Road & Track’s Performance Car of the Year award is chosen based on testing that takes place over the course of four

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LS-U 7 SEAT AUTO

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$

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HURRY TO MORNINGTON ISUZU UTE TODAY 41 Tyabb Rd, Mornington | PH: 5975 5188 www.morningtonisuzuute.com.au LMCT 10467 ^5 years/130,000km whichever occurs first, for eligible customers. Excludes trays and accessories. >The Capped Price Servicing Program (“CPS Program”) applies to Eligible Vehicles with a Warranty Start Date after 1/1/15 at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers only. The CPS Program covers the first 6 Scheduled Services in line with the Scheduled Service Intervals. CPS Prices are subject to change. For full terms & conditions and current pricing visit isuzuute.com.au/service-plus. +3.5 tonne braked towing capacity on D-MAX 4x4 and 4x2 High Ride models and 3.0 tonne braked towing capacity on all MU-X models when fitted with an optional genuine Isuzu UTE tow bar kit. ~Includes economy alloy tray fitted at motorpool. #Fuel consumption and emissions figures based on ADR 81/02 (combined cycle test) and are to be used for vehicle comparison purposes only. Actual fuel consumption and emissions will vary depending on many factors including, but not limited to, traffic conditions, individual driving style and vehicle condition.

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MORNINGTON MITSUBISHI

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Age: 21 Place of work: Lindenderry at Red Hill

Jessica Marshall

What I do: As a Weddings Coordinator my duties include taking the brides for tours around the venue, organising the wedding day running sheet per bride’s request and ensuring all attendee information is correct for the kitchen and seating. On the day of the wedding I assist with setting the ceremony site, styling the reception area, ensure the wedding is running to schedule and that food and beverage service is completed appropriately. What I’ve done: I have worked with a range of catering companies, gaining experience in the tourism and hospitality industry. For the past 18

months I have worked for Lindenderry at Red Hill as a Food and Beverage Assistant, and have recently began working as the Weddings Coordinator. I am currently also studying a Bachelor of Culinary Management. What I’ve learned: I now understand order of service, how to provide excellent service, stock control measures, how to coordinate a wedding prior to and on the day, and have gained knowledge of different food and wine. Join me and I will take you behind the scenes to see how a beautiful wedding is crafted on the 20 of January @mornpencareers

Age: 46 Place of work: Endota Red Hill

Leith Gooding

What I do: I run a spa where we get to play all day in the hinterland on the Mornington Peninsula. I empower myself and others to achieve wisdom through wellness by creating a safe nurturing space. What I’ve done: I’ve studied massage in Melbourne then continued my education in California for 10 years. Here I married my favourite person while building a massage business. What I’ve learned: Just sing your unique song and

it will resonate with the right people (not literally – I can’t sing!). Mostly, still learning. S Some of my favourite te nonmassage things: I enjoy m fitness and health, exploring new ways to maximize health without missing out on a glass of wine and plate of ice cream, relaxation and family. Enjoying what the peninsula has to offer. Join me as I show you how to heal the mind and body through spa and wellness on the 16 of December @mornpencareers

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