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5973 6424 or email: team@mpnews.com.au www.mpnews.com.au Looking good: St Joseph’s pupil Madison Cruickshank, right, tries on a helicopter pilot’s helmet during the Navy 723 Squadron visit to Cyril Fox Reserve, Crib Point. Left, Sub Lieutenant Frank Tachibana (right), Lieutenant Tristram Gleeson (centre) and Sub Lieutenant Olie Bohling fielding questions from Crib Point Primary pupils.

‘Bird’ goes to school HMAS Cerberus teamed up with Crib Point Primary, St Joseph’s Primary and Perseverance Primary, French Island, on Friday to give 300 pupils a practical insight into flight as part of Science Week. The pupils inspected the Navy Bell 429 helicopter and met its crew at Cyril Fox Reserve, Crib Point – directly behind St Joseph’s. School competitions all week, and the screening of the movie Paper Planes, added to the excitement of learning and discovery. The Navy 723 Squadron operates Bell 429 Global Rangers and AS-350BA Squirrel helicopters for air-crew training, all-round duties and to support air capable ships. “The squadron and aircrew were happy to help inspire young minds by showing them their bird in action,” Crib Point Primary School principal Tina Coumbe said.

Reprieve for councils facing the sack Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au MUNICIPAL officers have been accused of blunders and mistakes that have seen councillors across the state fail to fulfil a state government directive to adopt a new code of conduct. The government last week was forced to take urgent legislative action to avoid sacking 13 councils and standing down nine individual councillors after a report from the Local Governance Investigations and Compliance Inspectorate.

The report listed Frankston as one of the councils that failed to meet the signing deadline and Mornington Peninsula Shire councillor Hugh Fraser faced being stood down for adding “signed under protest” to his signature. “I signed off on the new code of conduct in front of the CEO Carl Cowie as required and within time. I have had no contact from them as to a problem - which I would have thought to have been a courtesy if there was a problem, which there is not,” Cr Fraser told The News in an email last Wednesday. “As you know, I together with the mayor Cr Graham Pittock, Cr Tim

Rodgers and Cr Tim Wood QC voted against council adopting this code of conduct. It contained a number of irregular, to say the least, clauses as to delegates, confidentiality, and no criticism clauses inserted by management and councillors which limit what councillors can say, discuss and do.” Cr Fraser, a barrister, believes the code of conduct will restrict his input to the shire's Audit Committee. Frankston MP Paul Edbrooke told parliament on Thursday that the Acting Local Government Minister Richard Wynne “blamed administrative blunders and incompetence in council

administration and said they had failed in their duties”. Shire CEO Carl Cowie did not respond to requests for comment from The News. Among the 10-page list of expectations and behaviours, the code adopted by the shire makes it punishable for councillors to divulge confidential information, accept gifts other than of “token value”, “malign” other councillors for their decisions, and use council resources such as mobile phones and cars, for personal use. The code backs up state government reforms introduced last year to deal

with rogue councillors, who will now face an independent conduct panel that can impose six-month suspensions. After the meeting in June Cr Fraser said the council was trying to push through changes before the deadline, calling the draft put up by management a “scissors and paste” job, inconsistent with the Local Government Act. Cr Fraser said the act already contained confidentiality clauses to promote transparent council business, but that the revised code of conduct departed from this and would prevent debate. Continued Page 8

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NEWS DESK History on their minds: Di Maloney, Dorothy Field, Dulcie Banks, Peter Strange, Lance Hodgins and John Woolley.

Preserving history HASTINGS-WESTERN Port Historical Society is putting out the welcome mat to new members and volunteers. “We are proud of our town and its heritage and hope to bring together people with an interest in the pioneers and local history of the Hastings area and make the society accessible to as many people as possible,” new president Di Maloney said. Others on the committee are vice president John Woolley, secretary Dulcie Banks, treasurer Peter Strange, and committee members Dorothy Field and Lance Hodgins. Contact the society at hwphs@outlook.com or call 0490 132 011, or mail PO box 223 Hastings, 3915.

Hall hire hike squeezes performers their hall hire. Her 50 students use Red Hill community hall for eight hours a week which, under the old arrangement, cost her $7 an hour as a community user or $560 for a 10-week term or $2240 a year. Under the new rates arrangement, she will have to pay $10 an hour or $800 a 10-week term or $3200 a year – an increase of 70 per cent. “That’s a lot when we are committed to July 2017,” she said. “It really hurts.” She is concerned the higher fees may not result in improved facilities. “Will they be used to pay for hall improvements, such as better toilets and lighting?” she asked. Red Hill community hall is classified as a secondary hall, with an outside toilet and poor lighting.

Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au STUDENTS and community groups are facing higher rental charges following a rise in prices to use Mornington Peninsula Shire’s community halls and meeting rooms. Regular hirers were invited to information sessions in November to update them on changes to conditions of hire, booking procedures and payment requirements. They were then asked to confirm their dates of hire for the next 18 months ( July 2017) but no mention was made of proposed rate increases during that time. Billy Lids Theatre Company proprietor Annette Precht said existing hall hirers would have been entitled to assume that there would be no rate increases once they were locked in to

“It’s a hall with character,” Ms Precht said. “The water pipes are old and yucky but we are happy to put up with it.” Mornington Peninsula mayor Cr Graham Pittock said the council stood behind the rate increases adopted on 1 July and had appointed a coordinator to ensure users adhered to them. “Halls costs a lot of money and we are a user-pays society,” he said. A strongly worded letter announcing the changes said hire fees must be paid in full four weeks in advance, or by any other date stipulated in the confirmation letter. “Failure to pay the fees by the due date may result in the termination of the agreement for hire,” the letter stated. State government-imposed rate capping of 2.5 per cent has put pressure

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on councils to earn revenue from other sources. “We will find it hard to absorb the proposed rate increases. Hopefully we won’t have to seek an alternate venue or regrettably be forced to close the business completely,” Ms Precht said. Shire chief operating officer Alison Leighton said hall fees for all venues were ratified by the council as a part of the annual budget process. “Historically the users of halls have updated their bookings in November/December for the following calendar year which has meant there has been an increase in fees when the council ratifies them in late June,” she said. “This has been the process for many years. By letting customers know 18 months out, it brings them into line with the financial year enabling casual bookings to be taken for January to

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Sleeping out to raise awareness TWO recent events encouraged people to sleep out for a night to help raise awareness about homelessness. The sleep-in-your-car event, Saturday 6 August at Mornington Park, was organised by Fusion Mornington Peninsula. The event was one of several similar events across Australia aiming to raise awareness and funding to address homelessness. “It is shocking to think that on any given night in Australia there are more than 100,000 people without a home or a safe place to sleep,” the mayor Cr Graham Pittock said at the sleep-out. At the second event, on Tuesday 9 August at the Salvation Army’s premises in Rosebud West, Cr Antonella Celi spoke about all the ways in which the council was working with other organisations and the community to help reduce the incidence of homelessness across the peninsula. Cr Celi said that night’s census was expected to tally the numbers of people who were homelessness and highlight how important it is that they receive the right help and support. “Homelessness on the peninsula can be lowered in many ways and your action to help with just one situation will make a big difference to those suffering housing stress,” she said. “Please consider making a donation for emergency relief, donating a swag or bed pack, or making available a vacant room or dwelling for rental.” The shire is also advocating for state and federal governments to legislate for increased social and affordable housing infrastructure. It wants housing projects to be developed that are innovative and in keeping with neighbourhood character. “Over the next 12 months the council will review its council plan, planning scheme, Triple A Housing policy and associated policies, to ensure that homelessness and housing stress are alleviated,” Cr Celi said.

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Cold comfort: Urban Seed CEO David Wilson speaks at the sleep-in-your-car event organised by Fusion Mornington Peninsula at Mornington Park.

Secrecy ‘major issue’ for shire elections Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au SECRECY and factions are being raised as major issues in the October Mornington Peninsula Shire Council elections. Although nominations do not close until midday Tuesday 20 September, “Melbourne Cup fields” are being predicted in at least the Watson and Red Hill wards and at least half a dozen candidates each in Seawinds and Briars. Meanwhile, a Facebook page and an email account have been opened specifically to receive tips about the council, especially anything about “infringements to our rights to freedom of information”. David Gill, a Balnarring resident and former councillor and shire president with the Shire of Mornington, sees some of the provisions in a new councillors’ code of conduct as being “a disgrace”. He said the process outlined in the code could ultimately lead to a majority of councillors disciplining or banning one or more of their colleagues. “People worried about the lack of transparency of their council should read the publicly available code of conduct on council websites and protest to councils and members of parliament if they include provisions that may unfairly limit debate,” Mr Gill said.

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– you’re invited to come and talk to Council representatives or fill in a survey Dromana IGA Thurs 25 August, 12pm – 2pm Balnarring IGA Thurs 25 August, 3.30pm – 5.30pm Sorrento Beachside Tourism Centre, Friday 26 August, 11.30am – 2pm Mornington MPRG Family Day, Sunday, 28 August, 2pm – 4.30pm Rosebud Library Monday, 5 September, 10am – 12pm Rosebud West Seawinds Community Hub, Monday, 5 September, 1.30pm – 3.30pm Hastings Pelican Park Leisure Centre, Monday, 5 September, 5pm – 7pm Mornington Bentons Square, Saturday, 10 September, 2.30pm – 4.30pm

He is also urging anyone with concerns about secrecy at the shire to contact the Ombudsman, Deborah Glass, who has already spoken with the mayor Cr Graham Pittock, CEO Carl Cowie and governance manager Joe Spiteri as part of a state-wide investigation (“Shire part of ‘secrecy’ probe” The News 2/8/16). “Everyone who believes in transparency [in local government] should be looking at the code of conduct,” Mr Gill, who declined to say whether he would be a candidate for council, said. “I can see implications for long term governance. Some councillors are happy with the idea that everything should be kept to themselves and say we’ll look after you. “We’re looking for candidates, not because I’m standing. But you can ask me in two weeks’ time if no one puts up their hands. “Sitting councillors wait and see if they have opposition and then decide how many running partners they need.” Mr Gill, who is playing a prominent role in opposing the shire’s plan for concrete footpaths at Somers, said some councillors and council officers “surely must be worried by the trend to deal with important community matters in committee with little or no debate in their public meetings”. “It is not uncommon for freedom of information (FOI) legislation to need

to be used to gain everyday information from our secretive councils. “We need to fight back against infringements to our rights to freedom of information.” Mr Gill said councils would determine some matters to be confidential just because they were sensitive or embarrassing. He said the shire’s councillor code of conduct “has forbidden necessary communication with constituents by adding to the commonly accepted wording ‘information deemed as confidential’ the new words ‘could be reasonably considered to be of a confidential nature’. “Leaving open to interpretation this all-encompassing and confusing wording.” “Shire councillors can now be disciplined and banned from meetings by a majority of councillors, not for unacceptable or rowdy behaviour but for keeping their community informed. Councillors may now be scared to speak out about local issues.” Mr Gill said the code effectively muzzled councillors. “We didn’t elect them to be boards of management, but to represent us in the level of government closest to the people.” Mr Gill said concerns about council secrecy can be emailed to councileaks@gmail.com with more information available from a Facebook page: Local Government Councileaks.

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Artist comes clean about life and work Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au ART imitating life or art imitating art? Michael Leeworthy manages to mix ‘n’ mangle the time worn adage in his latest publication “So you want to be an artist? You had better read this first ”. It was Oscar Wilde who famously made the seemingly innocuous statement that "Life imitates art far more than art imitates life" in his 1889 essay The Decay of Lying. Decades later the truth of his position remains a debating point. Leeworthy, a Red Hill-based artist and gallery owner has gone a step further by publishing a small book of cartoons depicting himself and those who seek to either comment on or buy his art. On the cover, he depicts himself painting in the bath while thinking “Famous artist” and was only too happy to replicate the pose for photographer Gary Sissons. Leeworthy, a 50-year survivour of the art world, cheerfully admits his time in the business has not all been canvas, brushes and paint. “By art business I also include window dressing, stain glass windows, interior decorating as well as painting and illustrating,” he says. “Although the booklet will appear a cynical view of art and the public at first, I have to say that not one cartoon is exaggerated – they are all true.” Even the bathtub cover has a reality. Leeworthy says for many people the comfort of a warm bath puts them

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in a dreamy state. A state a mind that could easily lull someone into think “Famous artist”! “It’s also a reminder of being careful what we wish for,” he says. “You don’t always get what you desire.” Leeworthy says “just about every artist” who has seen the book can relate to the depicted situations. “Everything in there is true and I’ve tried to pepper [the booklet] with

helpful advice,” he says. Leeworthy did not attend art school (“all you do at the end of that is get a certificate”), but even as a 10-yearoldwas regularly borrowing so many art books from the library that it made cycling a difficult act. At one stage in his working life he was adept at balancing the demands of driving a timber truck (with jazz blaring from the tape player) and being a

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Cedar 190mm....................................... $4.95mt T/Pine 70x22 KD ACQ ........................... $1.95mtCedar Cedar 190mm....................................... $4.50mt T/Pine 70x22 KDKD ACQ ........................... $1.95mt 190mm....................................... $4.50mt T/Pine 70x22 ACQ ........................... $2.05mt T/Pine 90x22 KD ACQ ........................... $2.45mtPrimed Primed Baltic Pine 170mm 170mm ............................. $3.00mt Primed Baltic ................... $3.00mt $3.20mt T/Pine 90x22 KDKD ACQ ........................... $2.45mt Baltic Pine Pine 170mm ............................. T/Pine 90x22 ACQ ........................... $2.50mt T/Pine 140x22 KD ACQ ......................... $5.50mtDOOR T/Pine 140x22 KDKD ACQ ......................... $5.50mt DOOR JAMB SETS T/Pine 140x22 ACQ ......................... $5.50mt DOOR JAMB SETS JAMB SETS Merbau 70x19 Random .......................$3.95mt $3.95mtMeranti Merbau 70x19 Random ....................... Merbau 70x19 Random ........................ $4.40mt Meranti 110x19mm ............................. $33.00ea Meranti 110mmx19 ............................. $27.50ea 110mmx19 ............................. $27.50ea Merbau 90x19 Random .......................$4.50mt $4.50mtPrimed Merbau 90x19 Random ....................... Primed MDF Merbau 90x19 Random ........................ $5.25mt Primed MDF MDF Merbau 140x22 Random .....................$8.95mt $8.95mt110mmx18mm Merbau 140x22 Random ..................... 110mmx18mm .................................... $19.25ea .................................... $19.25ea Merbau 140x22 Random ...................... $9.75mt 110mmx18mm .................................... $19.25ea

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such gems as “I like the way you don’t finish your painting. It leaves something to the imagination” and “A bit of a hobby is it mat?” Another gentle put down: “I didn’t bring my husband, he’ll buy anything.”

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42x19 ................................................... $3.00mt2400x500 42x19 ................................................... Yellow Tongue 3600x900mm ...............$3.00mt $45.00ea 2400x500 ............................................ $21.00ea 2400x500 ............................................ $22.00ea ............................................ $21.00ea 65x19 ................................................... $4.50mt2400x500 Plyfloor 2.4x1.2x15mm ........................$4.50mt $54.50ea 65x19 ................................................... 2400x500 Oriental ............................... $26.00ea 2400x500 Oriental ............................... $25.00ea Oriental ............................... $25.00ea 90x19 ................................................... $6.00mt 90x19 ................................................... KDHW DAR SEL GRADE $6.00mt 2400x500 Woven ................................. $32.00ea 2400x500 Woven ................................. $29.50ea 2400x500 Woven ................................. $29.50ea 110x19 ................................................. $7.50mt 110x19 ................................................. $7.50mt 42x19 ................................................... $3.00mt TREATED PINE R/S TREATED PINEPINE R/SR/S 135x19 ................................................. $9.75mtTREATED 135x19 ................................................. $9.75mt 65x19 ................................................... $4.50mt 100x12 Paling....................................... $0.65mt 185x19 ............................................... $16.25mt100x12 185x19 ............................................... $16.25mt 100x12 Paling....................................... $0.60mt Paling....................................... $0.60mt 90x19 ................................................... $6.00mt 150x12 Paling....................................... $0.95mt 150x12 Paling....................................... $0.90mt ARCHS & SKIRTING Paling....................................... $0.90mt ARCHS & SKIRTING 110x19 ................................................. $7.50mt 150x12 150x25 ................................................. $2.00mt Timber Meranti S/Bevel Timber Meranti S/Bevel 135x19 ............................................... $10.75mt 150x25 150x25 ................................................. $1.80mt ................................................. $1.80mt 75x50 ................................................... $2.40mt 42x14 ................................................... $1.95mt75x50 42x14 ................................................... $1.95mt 185x19 ............................................... $19.25mt 75x50 ................................................... $2.40mt ................................................... $2.40mt 67x14 ................................................... $2.65mt T/PINE F7/MGP10 – LASER CUT 67x14 ................................................... PRIMED MDF MOULDINGS $2.65mt T/PINE F7/MGP10 – LASER T/PINE F7/MGP10 – LASER CUTCUT Primed MDF Primed MDF 70x35 ................................................... $2.70mt S/Bevel 42x15 ...................................... $1.00mt 70x35 ................................................... $2.55mt ................................................... $2.55mt S/Bevel ...................................... $1.00mt70x35 S/Bevel 42x1542x15 ...................................... $1.00mt 70x45 ................................................... $3.55mt S/Bevel 67x15 ...................................... $1.30mt S/Bevel ...................................... $1.30mt70x4570x45 S/Bevel 67x1567x15 ...................................... $1.30mt ................................................... $3.35mt ................................................... $3.35mt 90x35 ................................................... $3.55mt S/Bevel 67x18 ...................................... $1.35mt S/Bevel ...................................... $1.35mt 90x35 S/Bevel 67x1867x18 ...................................... $1.35mt ................................................... $3.35mt ................................................... $3.35mt 90x45 ................................................... $4.65mt L/ Tongue 67x18 ................................... $1.35mt 90x35 L/ Tongue ................................... $1.35mt L/ Tongue 67x1867x18 ................................... $1.35mt 90x45 ................................................... $4.40mt ................................................... $4.40mt L/ Tongue 92x18 ................................... $1.95mt 90x45 L/ Tongue ................................... $1.95mt 140x35 ................................................. $5.50mt L/ Tongue 92x1892x18 ................................... $1.95mt 140x35 ................................................. $5.15mt 140x35 ................................................. $5.15mt L/ Tongue 140x18 ................................. $3.25mt 140x45 ................................................. $6.95mt L/ Tongue 140x18 ................................. $3.25mt L/ Tongue 140x18 ................................. $3.25mt B/nose 67x18 ....................................... $1.35mt 140x45 ................................................. $6.55mt ................................................. $6.55mt 190x45 ................................................. $9.25mt B/nose 67x18 ....................................... $1.35mt140x45 B/nose 67x18 ....................................... $1.35mt B/nose 92x18 ....................................... $1.95mt 190x45 ................................................. $8.70mt ................................................. $8.70mt B/nose 92x18 ....................................... $1.95mt190x45 240x45 ............................................... $12.50mt B/nose 92x18 ....................................... $1.95mt CYPRESS PINE PICKETS 290x45 ............................................... $15.00mt 240x45 ............................................... $11.00mt 240x45 ............................................... $11.00mt CYPRESS PINE PICKETS CYPRESS PINE PICKETS 70x19 900mm ....................................... $1.80ea 290x45 ............................................... $13.25mt T/PINE FASCIA PRIMED $13.25mt 70x19 900mm ....................................... $1.80ea290x45 ............................................... 70x19 900mm ....................................... $1.80ea 70x19 1200mm ..................................... $2.30ea 70x19 1200mm ..................................... $2.30ea190x32 70x19 1200mm ..................................... $2.30ea 190x32 D&G... ...................................... $9.50mt 190x32 Fascia ...................................... $8.95mt Fascia ...................................... $8.95mt 70x19 1500mm ..................................... $2.85ea 70x19 1500mm ..................................... $2.85ea240x32 70x19 1500mm ..................................... $2.85ea 240x32 D&G... .................................... $18.50mt 240x32 Fascia .................................... $16.50mt Fascia .................................... $16.50mt 70x19 1800mm ..................................... $3.30ea 70x19 1800mm ..................................... $3.20ea 70x19 1800mm ..................................... $3.20ea

OBHW 100-125x2.4mt OBHW F8 F8 Splits ............................ $8.50ea PINE MGP10 PINE MGP10 PINE MGP10 2400x900 ............................................ $27.50ea 2400x300 ............................................ $11.00ea200x50 ............................................ $11.00ea 2.4200x50 mt ................................................. $13.25ea DESIGN 50x25 ................................................... $1.25mt2400x300 2400x450 ............................................ $17.00ea ................................................... $1.25mt 2400x900 ............................................ $25.00ea50x25 2400x900 ............................................ $25.00ea DESIGN PINE - -PRIMED T/PINE OBHW F8 DESIGN PINE PRIMED T/PINE PINE - PRIMED T/PINE 70x35 Long .......................................... $2.15mt 2.4 mt ................................................. $12.00ea 2.4 mt ................................................. $12.00ea 2400x450 ............................................ $17.00ea 2400x1200 .......................................... $36.75ea 2400x450 ............................................ $17.00ea 70x35 Long .......................................... $2.25mt 70x35 Long .......................................... $2.25mt 75x38 ................................................... $2.75mt ................................................... $2.75mt 2400x1200 .......................................... $33.50ea75x38 2.4 mt (Packs 50) ................................ $12.00ea 2400x600 ............................................ $22.00ea 2400x1200 .......................................... $33.50ea 50x25 ................................................... $1.25mt 18x18 Quad/Fillet/DAR .......................... $1.50mt 18x18 Quad/Fillet/DAR ........................... $1.30mt 18x18 Quad/Fillet/DAR ........................... $1.30mt 70x45 Long ...........................................$3.10mt 2.4 mt (Packs 40) ................................ $11.00ea 2.4 mt (Packs 40) ................................ $11.00ea 2400x600 ............................................ $22.00ea 2700x900 ............................................ $30.75ea 2400x600 ............................................ $22.00ea 125x38 ................................................. $4.65mt 1800x450 ............................................ $13.50ea ................................................. $4.65mt 2700x900 ............................................ $28.00ea125x38 2700x900 ............................................ $28.00ea .......................................... $2.80mt 2.7 mt ................................................. $15.00ea 42x18 Long Long .......................................... $2.80mt 42x18 DAR ............................................ $2.75mt 75x38 ................................................... $2.75mt 42x18 DAR ............................................ $2.20mt70x4570x45 DAR ............................................ $2.20mt mt ................................................. $13.50ea 66x18 DAR ............................................ $3.75mt ................................................. $13.50ea 90x35 Studs ......................................... $2.15mt 1800x450 ............................................ $13.50ea2.72.7mt2.7 ............................................ $13.50ea 2700x1200 .......................................... $41.00ea 2700x1200 .......................................... $37.50eaMDF 2700x1200 .......................................... $37.50ea 1800x600 ............................................ $17.00ea mt (Packs 50) ................................ $13.50ea 66x18 MDF CRAFTWOOD CRAFTWOOD 125x38 ................................................. $4.65mt 1800x450 ......................................... $1.95mt 66x18 DAR ............................................ $3.20mt90x3590x35 StudsStuds ......................................... $1.95mt DAR ............................................ $3.20mt mt (Packs 40) ................................ $12.75ea 90x18 DAR ............................................ $4.95mt (Packs 40) ................................ $12.75ea 1800x600 ............................................ $17.00ea2.73.0mt2.7 ............................................ $17.00ea 3000x900 ............................................ $33.75ea 3000x900 ............................................ $31.00ea2400x1200x3mm 90x35 Long .......................................... $2.25mt 3000x900 ............................................ $31.00ea 2400x1200x3mm ................................ $11.00ea1800x600 ................................ $11.00ea 3600x450 ............................................ $26.50ea mt ................................................. $16.50ea 90x18 90x18 DAR ........................................... $4.40mt90x35 DAR ........................................... $4.40mt MDF CRAFTWOOD 90x35 .......................................... $2.15mt Long Long .......................................... $2.15mt 3.0 mt ................................................. $15.00ea 3.0 mt ................................................. $15.00ea 3600x450 ............................................ $26.50ea 3600x450 ............................................ $26.50ea 3000x1200 .......................................... $41.25ea2400x1200x6mm 138x18 DAR .......................................... $7.50mt 3000x1200 .......................................... $41.25ea 3000x1200 .......................................... $45.00ea Studs ......................................... $2.95mt 2400x1200x6mm ................................ $18.00ea 3600x600 ............................................ $35.00ea ................................ $18.00ea 138x18 DAR .......................................... $6.60mt 90x45 DAR .......................................... $6.60mt 3.0 mt mt (Packs 50)40) ................................ $15.00ea 2400x1200x3mm ................................ $11.00ea 90x45 ........................................ $2.75mt StudsStuds ........................................ $2.75mt (Packs ................................ $14.25ea138x18 40) ................................ $14.25ea 30x30 Int Stop ....................................... $3.25mt 90x45 3600x600 ............................................ $35.00ea3.0 mt3.0(Packs ............................................ $35.00ea BGC DURAFLOOR 2400x1200x9mm ................................ $24.00ea3600x600 CEMENT PRODUCTS 2400x1200x9mm ................................ $24.00ea CEMENT PRODUCTS 90x45 Long ...........................................$3.10mt 30x30 Int Stop ....................................... $2.70mt 30x30 Int Stop ....................................... $2.70mt Not Edged 2400x1200x6mm ................................ $18.00ea 200x75 200x75 200x75 90x45 Long .......................................... $2.95mt 2250x600x19 T&G.................................$79.00ea 90x45 Long .......................................... $2.95mt Not Edged 57x30 Ext Stop ...................................... $5.35mt Not Edged 2400x1200x12mm .............................. $27.00ea 2400x1200 .......................................... $40.00ea Concrete Mix 20kg ................................. $6.25ea2400x1200x12mm .............................. $27.00ea Concrete Mix 20kg ................................. $6.25ea 57x30 Ext Stop ...................................... $4.85mt PINE MERCH Ext Stop ...................................... $4.85mt 2400x1200x9mm ................................ $24.00ea mt ................................................. $15.00ea mt ................................................. $18.00ea57x30 ................................................. $18.00ea CEMENT PRODUCTS 2400x1200 .......................................... $35.00ea2.41.8mt2.4 .......................................... $35.00ea 42x42 DAR ............................................ $5.25mt 2400x1200x16mm .............................. $30.00ea2400x1200 Rapid Set 20kg ...................................... $7.35ea2400x1200x16mm .............................. $30.00ea Rapid Set 20kg ...................................... $7.35ea PINE MERCH MERCH 42x42 DAR ............................................ $4.35mtPINE 42x42 DAR ............................................ $4.35mt 2400x1200x12mm .............................. $27.00ea 2400x1200x3mm ................................ $18.00ea 2.41.8mt2.4 90x35 ................................................... $1.25mt mt (Packs 30) ................................ $16.50ea (Packs 30) ................................ $16.50ea mt (Packs 30) ................................ $13.50ea Concrete 20kg .................................$7.50ea $6.75ea 2400x1200x3mm ................................ $18.00ea ................................ $18.00ea 66x42 DAR F7 ....................................... $7.95mt Cement 20kg ......................................... $7.50ea2400x1200x18mm 2400x1200x18mm .............................. $33.00ea2400x1200x3mm Cement 20kgMix ......................................... .............................. $33.00ea 66x42 DAR F7 ....................................... $6.75mt90x3590x35 66x42 DAR F7 ....................................... $6.75mt ................................................... $1.10mt ................................................... 2.4mt2.7 mt ................................................. $19.95ea 2400x1200x16mm .............................. $30.00ea PINE LINING mt ................................................. $20.25ea 2.7 ................................................. $20.25ea 90x45 ...................................................$1.10mt $1.60mt Rapid Set 20kg ...................................... $7.75ea 3600x600x16mm 3600x600x16mm ................................ $22.00ea PINE ................................ $22.00ea 90x42 DAR F7 ..................................... $10.25mt LINING LINING DAR F7 ....................................... $8.50mt CONCRETE STUMPS DAR F7 ....................................... $8.50mt CONCRETE STUMPS 2400x1200x18mm .............................. $33.00ea PINE 2.7 mt (Packs 30) ................................ $19.00ea90x4290x42 2.7 mt (Packs 30) ................................ $19.00ea 2.4 mt (Packs 30) ................................ $18.00ea 140x12 VJ/Regency .............................. $2.15mt PINE F7/MGP10 – LASER CUT PINE F7/MGP10 – LASER CUT Cement 20kg....................................... ......................................... $7.95ea 138x42 DAR F7 $15.50mt 140x12 VJ/Regency .............................. $1.65mt 140x12 VJ/Regency .............................. $1.65mt 100x100 $6.95mtPARTICLEBOARD PARTICLEBOARD 138x42 DAR F7................................... ................................... $12.75mt PINE F7/MGP10 – LASER CUT 100x100 ....................................... from from $6.95mt DAR F7 ................................... $12.75mt mt ................................................. $22.50ea138x42 ................................................. $22.50ea mt ................................................. $22.50ea PARTICLEBOARD 140x19 VJ/Floor.................................... $3.50mt 3.02.7mt3.0 140x45 ................................................. $5.35mt ................................................. $5.35mt SHADOWCLAD GROOVED 140x45 ................................................. $5.00mt 140x19 VJ/Floor.................................... $2.30mt3.0 mt3.0(Packs 140x19 VJ/Floor.................................... $2.30mt 185x42 DAR F7 $20.50mt 18mm 185x42 DAR F7................................... ................................... $16.95mt140x45 18mm 185x42 DAR F7 ................................... $16.95mt mt (Packs 30) ................................ $21.25ea SHADOWCLAD GROOVED 30) ................................ $21.25ea SHADOWCLAD GROOVED 18mm 2.7 mt (Packs 30) ................................ $20.25ea PINE DAR STD GRADE Shadowclad 2.4x1.2x12mm ............. $105.00ea 2400x450 190x45 ................................................. $7.25mt 190x45 ................................................. $7.25mt 190x45 ................................................. $7.25mt 2400x450 ............................................ $11.00ea 230x42 DAR F7 ................................... $32.00mt ............................................ $11.00ea 230x42 DAR F7 ................................... $26.85mt 230x42 DAR F7 ................................... $26.85mt PINE DAR STD GRADE 2400x450 ............................................ $12.00ea mt ................................................. $27.00ea PINE STD GRADE Shadowclad 2.4x1.2x12mm ............... $90.00ea ................................................. $27.00ea Shadowclad 2.4x1.2x12mm ............... $90.00ea mt ................................................. $24.75ea 42x19DAR ................................................... $1.10mt 3.63.0mt3.6 Shadowclad 2.7x1.2x12mm ............. $117.50ea 2400x600 2400x600 ............................................ $14.50ea42x1942x19 ............................................ $14.50ea 240x45 ............................................... $10.00mt 280x42 DAR F7................................... ................................... $32.50mt240x45 240x45 ................................................. $9.75mt DAR F7 ................................... $32.50mt ................................................. $9.75mt 280x42 DAR F7 $38.25mt mt (Packs 30) ................................ $25.50ea280x42 ................................................... $1.10mt3.6 mt3.6(Packs Shadowclad 2.7x1.2x12mm ............. $100.00ea 2400x600 30) ................................ $25.50ea ................................................... $1.10mt Shadowclad 2.7x1.2x12mm ............. $100.00ea ............................................ $16.00ea 3.0 mt (Packs 30) ................................ $22.50ea 70x19 ................................................... $1.45mt Large quantities ........................................ P.O.A. 2400x1200 .......................................... $29.50ea70x19 .......................................... $29.50ea 200x100 quantities ........................................ LargeLarge quantities ........................................ P.O.A.P.O.A.2400x1200 70x19 ................................................... $1.45mt200x100 ................................................... $1.45mt 2400x1200 .......................................... $32.00ea 90x19 ................................................... $1.80mt 3.6 mt ................................................. $29.75ea KDHW F17 mt ................................................. $24.00ea $24.00ea ................................................... $1.70mt2.4 mt2.4................................................. 90x1990x19 ................................................... $1.70mt KDHW KDHW F17F17 120x19 ................................................. $2.20mt 3.6 mt mt (Packs 30)25) ................................ $27.00ea 90x35 ................................................... $5.40mt (Packs ................................ $22.50ea 25) ................................ $22.50ea 120x19 ................................................. $2.20mt2.4 mt2.4(Packs 120x19 ................................................. $2.20mt ................................................... $4.65mt 90x3590x35 ................................................... $4.65mt 140x19 ................................................. $2.95mt 3.0200x100 90x45 ................................................... $6.95mt mt ................................................. $30.00ea $30.00ea 140x19 ................................................. $2.65mt mt3.0................................................. 140x19 ................................................. $2.65mt ................................................... $6.15mt 90x4590x45 ................................................... $6.15mt POLYESTER BATTS 190x19 ................................................. $4.00mt 3.02.4mt3.0 POLYESTER BATTS 140x45 ................................................$10.15mt mt ................................................. $26.50ea mt (Packs 25) ................................ $28.25ea (Packs 25) ................................ $28.25ea 190x19 ................................................. $3.75mt 190x19 ................................................. $3.75mt 140x45 ................................................. $9.45mt 140x45 ................................................. $9.45mt 240x19 ................................................. $6.75mt 2.4FLOORING mt (Packs 25)–................................ $24.00ea 190x45 ............................................... $14.95mt R1.5 16pc $29.75 per bag 240x19 16pc $29.75 per bag 240x19 ................................................. $5.75mtFLOORING ................................................. $5.75mt SHEETS 190x45 ............................................... $14.60mt R1.5 – SHEETS 190x45 ............................................... $14.60mt R2.0 12pc $29.00 per bag 290x19 ................................................. $8.50mt 240x45 ............................................... $21.00mt 3.0Yellow mt ................................................. $33.00ea 290x19 ................................................. $7.95mt 290x19 ................................................. $7.95mt 240x45 ............................................... $19.95mt R3.0 Tongue 3600x900mm ............... $42.00ea 240x45 ............................................... $19.95mt Yellow Tongue 3600x900mm ............... $42.00ea R3.0 8pc $34.50 per bag 140x12 ................................................. $2.15mt 3.0 mt (Packs 25) ................................ $30.00ea 8pc $34.50 per bag R3.5 6pc $25.75 per bag PACK LOTS ONLY 290x45 ............................................... $25.50mt PACK LOTS ONLY PACK LOTS ONLY 140x12 ................................................. $2.15mtPlyfloor 290x45 ............................................... $24.25mt Plyfloor 2.4x1.2x15mm ........................ $56.50ea 140x12 ................................................. $2.15mt 290x45 ............................................... $24.25mt 2.4x1.2x15mm ........................ $56.50ea

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Councils reprieved Continued from Page 1 “The result is a repressive uncertain code which, under pain of a misconduct allegation, could be used to stifle democratic debate by councillors in council and the community.” Mr Edbrooke said the new legislation introduced to Parliament will allow councillors to review and amend their codes of conduct up until 22 February next year. Council elections will be held across the state on 22 October. “The new requirement to sign a code of conduct in front of the CEO within one month, which 66 of the 79 other councils were able to fulfil, was simple and very clear. Councils were advised on multiple occasions about this requirement,” Mr Edbrooke said. “The vast majority of Victorian councillors were able to understand it. Councils were first notified of the new requirement at the end of 2015 — ample time I would have thought. “What my constituents are asking is, ‘How can we trust these people to make extremely important decisions in our interests if they cannot even sign a form properly within a month?’, ‘If I don’t pay my rates, I get fined. If I am two minutes late getting back to my car in a council carpark, I get fined’. “It is not mental gymnastics to sign a piece of paper in front of a CEO after being asked to do it plenty of times, but there are a lot of questions from our community that deserve answers because we are coming up to council elections of course and councillors need to prove to us that they are competent enough to do the job.” The Premier Daniel Andrews said the government would step in so councillors are not disqualified “in the interests of ratepayers”. Mr Wynne said the non-complying councils had admitted “to gross incompetence in not meeting this simple requirement, and they have asked the government for a solution to ensure ratepayers don’t suffer as a result of these mistakes”. “Communities should be able to rely on their elected councillors to behave with the utmost integrity and professionalism at all times, so it’s important they abide by codes of conduct that reflect these values.”

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Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au THERE can never be a reunion of The Beatles but the closest modern fans of the most influential band of the 1960s and beyond, after they split, can see the next best thing in Frankston early next month. The Bootleg Beatles, widely regarded by fans and music critics as the best Beatles tribute band in the world, will play the Frankston Arts Centre on Sunday 4 September and ‘Paul McCartney’, also known as Steve White, is looking forward to the show. The 47-year-old joined The Bootleg Beatles about five years ago replacing original Paul who retired after two decades on the road. Right-handed White learned to play bass left handed, such is the band’s dedication to giving Beatles fans a gig-going experience as close to the real thing as possible. “I practiced for ages and ages and eventually made the switch. The first gig I did playing left handed was awful, I was absolutely terrible. After I came off stage I said I’m never doing that again … but someone came up to me and said ‘it’s great to see a left-handed Paul’ and they thought it was great.” White says he played in another 1960s covers band before being approached to join the bootleg Fab Four alongside ‘John Lennon’ (Adam Hastings), ‘George Harrison’ (Stephen Hill) and ‘Ringo Starr’ (Gordon Elsmore) but basically “played the John Lennon part, despite looking a lot like Paul, since he is originally a rhythm guitarist. “Every show we turned up to, as soon as they saw me they said ‘oh, you’ve got to be Paul’ so eventually over time me and the bass player decided to swap over.” Music fans who turn up see The Bootleg Beatles in Frankston can look forward to a full Beatles

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days, did catch up with McCartney and George Harrison on a few occasions. “George asked ‘Who is the Bootleg Brian Epstein? Because he’s got all the money’,” White said. “McCartney told The Bootleg Beatles who were also playing the Queen’s Jubilee concert ‘not to play Hey Jude because I’m playing it’.” It’s a full-time gig playing gigs around the globe as the bootleg Fab Four but White feels lucky to follow in the footsteps of The Beatles since he has been a huge fan of the band since the age of 8 when he remembers “playing their albums back to back over and over again and really, really loving it”. He urges Beatles fans in the Frankston area to come together for an evening of shared Beatlemania next month. “Come along one and all, old and young, and let’s have a big party together.” n The Bootleg Beatles play the Frankston Arts Centre on Sunday 4 September, 8pm. Tickets for the 2 hour 15 minute show, including interval, are $65.50, $55.50 (FAC members and concession), $45 (under 16s), $55 each (groups of 10+). See artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au or call FAC 9784 1060.

show featuring songs, band costumes and stage projections from every stage of the iconic band’s career and will hear some songs the originals themselves didn’t perform since they effectively stopped being a touring band in 1966 shortly before releasing the classic Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album filled with layers of sonic trickery produced in the studio. “Obviously, there’s a staple of hits we have to do since the majority of people are, I guess, casual fans,” White said. “I could name 100 favourite Beatles song. I do tend to favour Ticket to Ride because I feel that was the start of when the music started to become more self-indulgent and was kind of on the cusp of when things were shifting from the happy go lucky pop song to more contemporary music. It was so different to anything that came before it. “And Twist and Shout lifts the roof and also Hey Jude is one of those that’s a massive anthem.” White hasn’t meet Paul McCartney but he says the original incarnation of The Bootleg Beatles, who also supported UK Britpop rock ‘n’ roll stars Oasis on tour in their 1990s glory

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Police beat Chainsaw lifted A NEW chainsaw was stolen from the back of a utility parked at the Balnarring Village car park, FrankstonFlinders Rd, Sunday 21 August. The owner, who had just bought the $170 Wesco chainsaw, partially covered it in the tray when it was stolen, 12.10pm.

Tools stolen TOOLS valued at $750 were stolen from a shed behind a house in Salmon St, Hastings, over the weekend. They included a GMC hammer drill, AEG Jigsaw, Cigweld welder and Sidchrome spanner set. The thieves cut off a padlock to gain entry.

Snacks scoffed DRINKS and snack foods were stolen from the Moorooduc Saddle Club last week. Members at a working bee at the club on Derril Rd discovered the theft over the weekend. Offenders had gouged a hole in the clubhouse wall to gain entry and then cut off a padlock to enter the canteen.

Hot phone A PHONE booth was set alight in Pt Nepean Rd, Rosebud West, Saturday. Rosebud CFA extinguished the fire at midday.

Former racehorse jumps into new career RETIRED racehorse Tarawera enjoyed being put through his paces by triequithon participant Seumas Marwood at Coolart Farm, Tuerong, on Wednesday. The 11-year-old racer was formerly trained by Fran Houlahan and Brian Johnston at Mornington Racecourse until they retired last month. His wins included the Australian and Crisp steeplechases. Now in retirement, Tarawera has transitioned as an equestrian eventer, which combines dressage, cross country and show jumping. His next race is in Racing Victoria’s Off the Track Triequithon, Caulfield, Saturday 27 August. The event aims to “shine a light on life after racing” for older racehorses, and gives aspiring and well-heeled riders the chance to compete for a $15,000 prize pool. Marwood, of Pakenham, regularly brings Tarawera to Coolart Farm to brush up on his jumping skills under the watchful eye of former Olympic show jumper and property owner Jamie Coman. Coman is considered one of the country’s top show jumping coaches who has a long association with Off the Track thoroughbreds.

Wrong date: All shire rates notices mistakenly list 29 February as a deadline day for payment next year.

No extra day at any rate ‘THIRTY days has September/April, June, and November/All the rest have thirty-one/Except February alone/Which has twenty-eight days clear/Twenty-nine in each leap year.’ So goes the rhyme, although there are variants, taught to children to remember how many days are in any specific month in any given year, but it was seemingly forgotten at Mornington Peninsula Shire council which added an extra day to next year’s calendar. Rates notices posted out to peninsula property owners show the third instalment should be paid before a ‘29/02/2017’ deadline. The date 29 February 2017 does not exist as, unlike 2016, it is not a leap year. But puzzled ratepayers should have no fear, the shire wants to make it clear, the cost of late payment will not be dear. “It was an error on the front of the rates notices. The correct date is supplied on the back,” communications and media manager Mark Kestigian confirmed. “They won’t be reissued. Even with the incorrect date, ratepayers won’t be penalised if they don’t pay on the day. “They will at worst get a gentle reminder notice in late March.” Any late payment notices will hopefully be dated 31 March 2017 at the latest, not 32 March. Neil Walker

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Trees down for development Sunday 6 November 2016

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TWO significant manna gums previously protected because they were on public land have been chopped down as part of development works in King St, Hastings. After thriving for 80-100 years the remnant gums were destroyed in a few hours, Thursday 18 August. The alarm was first sounded when the Mornington Peninsula Shire-owned land was listed for sale in March. It had previously been used as a walkway between two streets and as an informal carpark for a nearby supermarket. The trees were regarded as an attractive feature of the landscape. Such large specimens, in good health and with no visible structural faults, are rare in an increasingly built-up environment, such as Hastings. Birds and wildlife frequented the trees, which had several nesting hollows. An application was made to the National Trust in April to recommend that the larger of the two be added to the Significant Tree Register. A reply had yet to be received. Most of the larger tree had already been lopped last week by the time the resident was alerted. A hurried call to the shire’s customer service area and a discussion with the planning department revealed there are no vegetation protection overlays for Hastings. “Nominating individual trees is seemingly impossible,” said the resident, who did not wish to be named. “It is disappointing that the council would sell off such a block for short

Remnant sawdust: Piles of sawdust are all that remain of two manna gums removed to make way for develoment at Hastings.

term revenue-raising when this type of remnant tree will never again have the chance to reach its full potential. “This block could have been available to all as a passive walkway: now it will no doubt be blocked off to all as it is developed. “A beautiful and valuable natural asset has been lost forever.”

Carry On’s first op shop THE Carry On organisation says it is evolving to meet the needs of defence force veterans. The ex-service organisation founded in 1932 mainly provides financial assistance to veterans and their families and, in some cases, provides them with units that it owns across the state. Branch leader and veteran's advocate Karl Williams says a new way to raise money is through the op shop at 2/61 Cool Store Rd, Hastings – the first of its kind for Carry On. “We believe that some op shops have become too expensive and, as a result, we’ll be keeping our goods priced in the old fashioned op-shop way,” he said. The shop accepts all saleable goods, such as clothing, bric-a-brac, furniture and electrical

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goods, which are tagged and tested by a qualified electrician. The shop will begin trading on Saturday 27 August. Alongside will be a veterans’ drop-in centre where those who need assistance – financial or to be linked into other organisations – can come in for a coffee and a chat, watch TV, or use the computers. All staff are volunteers and anyone who would like to offer their services should call Mr Williams on 0429 990 793. He said corporate sponsors were also being sought to help veterans obtain a better quality of life and rebuild themselves into functioning members of the community. Call peninsula Carry On on 0422 983 579.


When healthy additives aren’t enough

Changed hands: Sages Cottage in Baxter has been sold to Wallara Australia which will use the farm for training programs for adults with different abilities.

New role for cottage SAGES Cottage Farm, Baxter, has been bought by not-for-profit service Wallara Australia to expand its training services for adults with different abilities. The not-for-profit organisation had been leasing the 38-acre property for the past three years from Menzies, a support service for disadvantaged youth. It aims to carry forward its vision for the farm and support some of the most vulnerable people in the community. “We’ve already engaged with Rotary, Frankston RSL, Brockhoff Foundation, Mornington Peninsula Shire Council and a number of corporates, all of whom are assisting us with the development of the site and the innovative programs and activities we are able to offer adults with disabilities,” Wallara’s Karen Scholey said. Training programs for those at nearby special schools were offered

by Wallara last year and the farm has quickly become the agency’s fastest growing site, with 24 young people based there. They build independent living skills through innovative programs on the farm or in the community, and there is a long waiting list for an extra 10 places from January, Ms Scholey said. Another farm feature is the property’s suitability for weddings and functions which earn income to offset operating costs. A partnership with caterer Going Gourmet has turned the rustic barn into a popular wedding venue. Every function at Sages Cottage helps support Wallara’s training programs. It aims to make the property more accessible to people of all abilities and expand its facilities so more adults can live there and take part in innovative programs and activities.

PARENTS who think “healthy” foods are better for their children’s health and behaviour should learn more about food labels, warns additive campaigner and researcher Sue Dengate. Ms Dengate is speaking at Mornington Secondary College, 7-9pm, Monday 29 August, at the request of Mt Martha dietitian and nutritionist Joey De Backer, who is happy to share her experiences and that of her daughter Isla in the struggle against allergies. “My daughter was a colicky baby, waking every hour overnight, often crying inconsolably and kicking her legs, and then she developed eczema when we introduced solids and always had rosy red, scabby, pimply cheeks,” Ms De Backer said. “As a dietitian, I knew food could be causing these issues and so we cut out dairy foods early on, but that only helped a little bit. “When Isla was 20 months I read Sue’s book Fed Up and realised food chemicals must be the problem. “We did an elimination diet and within three weeks her eczema went from weeping, itchy and red to completely healed with no visible traces. Her sleep and behaviour improved immeasurably, she was a different child. And my partner’s hay fever disappeared, too.” Ms Dengate says identifying and finding harmful additives and foods containing them can be difficult: “Parents really need to know what to look for.” Dangerous additives may appear surreptitiously: “There’s a yellow tide of natural colour annatto 160b coming into our food which has been

Different child: Joey De Backer and daughter Isla are reaping the rewards of an improved diet.

linked to a wide range of problems, including headaches, tantrums and headbanging in young children. Adults can be affected, too.” Up to 129 “natural” substitutes for MSG are also hidden in foods and can affect consumers of all ages, she said. “The bread preservative 282 is increasingly disguised as cultured dextrose or cultured anything in breads and wraps, even though it can cause irritability, fatigue or insomnia in children and adults. “Reactions to additives build up slowly, so most parents don’t realise they or their children are affected.

“When the family avoids additives for a few weeks parents are often amazed to see that their children are calmer, happier, sleeping better and doing better at school – and they themselves often feel better, too.” Some people can even be affected by natural food chemicals in healthy foods, like berries or tomato-based sauces, she said. Ms Dengate’s Fed Up book series discusses reducing food chemicals for calm, happy families. Booking details for talks are under Quicklinks at fedup.com.au Entry is $15.

Long ride to deliver message of comfort Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au A CFA career firefighter is riding across Victoria to raise awareness of mental health as a result of his experience with depression. Wangaratta-based operations officer Terry Heafield stopped off at Mornington fire station on Friday for morning tea and to speak of his experiences. His told firefighters to seek help and not be ashamed if they were depressed. He said depression should be seen as an ailment, not a weakness. The Mornington stopover was part of the Frankston to Rosebud leg of the trip which will take him 2500km through country towns and ending at Geelong where his brothers are also firefighters. Heafield said he had gone undiagnosed with depression for a long time, with his family blaming the pressures of firefighting for his ill-temper and dark moods. Now that things are out in the open, they are confident he is back on level ground, emotionally speaking. His efforts have put much-needed focus into his life and wellbeing. “I cannot believe the support and interest that my ride has achieved,” Heafield said. “My goal is to help just one person and not allow themselves to get to the point that I did. “While this goal has already been achieved, I will continue to try and help others. The ride is a major step in my recovery as I would never have thought of doing anything like this in my life. “I would like to have discussions with as many people as I can along the way and hope that everyone will get involved. I would like to hold discussions at locations where I will be resting for the night but am happy to do anything on the journey.” The Facebook page Don’t Do It Alone allows people to make contact follow the ride.

Rest stop: Operations Officer Terry Heafield rides into Mornington on his 2500km ride against depression. Picture: Yanni Western Port News

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Celebs here for poker night MORNINGTON’S is set to light up with a big list of stars set to attend Mornington Racing Club on Saturday 3 September in aid for the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Brendan Fevola, Archie Thompson, Danny Frawley, Brian Taylor, Shane Warne, Joe and Tony Hachem, Heath Scotland, Campbell Brown, Marc Murphy Mark Harvey, Anthony Koutoufides and Robert DiPierdomenico will be the headline players at the Mornington All In For Charity’s event, with tickets selling fast at $150. It promises to be a night full of glitz and glamour at the newly $5 million renovated Mornington Racing club, with some big surprises installed for the night. One of the celebrities attending on the night, Brendon Fevola, can’t wait to hit Mornington for the big night. “I’m really looking forward to getting down to Mornington, it’s a wonderful part of town and especially for this event as the All In For Charity events are always a great deal of fun and I love to support the Hachem Group.” “As a poker player I am always keen to help raise awareness for wonderful charities like the National Breast Cancer Foundation, especially through a fantastic vehicle like All In For Charity. “Being a father of three girls and also a husband, I can only hope that I never experience what a lot of families have with this traumatic disease. “This event is going to be massive and I can’t wait. “Grab your family, friends, teammates, colleagues and get behind the All In For Charity, as it’s truly an unbelievable night.” For your chance to attend this great event, get in quick and head to mrc.racing.com/calendar/2016-09-03/all-in-for-charity-poker-tournament since tickets are selling fast.

He’s a celebrity, get him in here: Former AFL footballer Brendan Fevola is just one of several stars heading to Mornington for an evening of poker in aid of charity.

High school student wins prestigious award FRANKSTON High School student and school captain Reece Pellow has won the 2016 Annual Roy Ward Prize, one of two awards presented by the Order of Australia Association, Mornington Peninsula Regional Group. The prize is granted to a secondary student in years 11 or 12, who has shown, both in his or her school, qualities of character, leadership and community service, which exemplify Australian citizenship, over an extended period. Nominations were sent to 29 schools in Frankston and the Mornington Peninsula. All submissions were of a very high standard and illustrated the depth of talent and commitment of young people in the region. The selection panel unanimously decided the submission from Reece Pellow and his impressiveness during the selection interview, warranted his selection as the 2016 Roy Ward Prize winner. His submission highlights included Reece’s leadership roles at Frankston High School from year 9 through to becoming school captain this year, and participation in the Australian Defence Force Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Award, a leader and team

member of Frankston High School’s World Challenge Trip to India, participating in village life and improvements in several locations across India. Reece has hands on experience in living with people with disability and special needs. His commitment to service to others extends beyond the activities organised by the school with Reece intimately involved in Riding for the Disabled at Mornington Racecourse and “busking” to raise money for The Riding for the Disabled Association of Australia. The money raised has been used to widen the organisation’s services and buy specialised equipment. Reece has been training assistance dogs for the past 24 months and has been a speaker at Monash University to the third year nursing and paramedic students and at the Australian Centre for Grief on the topic of “what it is like growing up with a disabled sister”. The Order of Australia Association, Mornington Peninsula Group is grateful for the support of Spowers Architects in their sponsorship of the School Awards Program. Allan Pizzey AM

Award for excellence: Frankston High School principal John Albiston, left, Frankston High School senior campus principal Helen Wilson, Allan Pizzey AM (Order of Australia Association), Reece Pellow, Brian Stahl OAM (Order of Australia Association) and Bruce Billson.

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LETTERS

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

More than debate is being muzzled Michelle Gregory was spot on in her assessment (“Debate muzzled”, Letters 16/8/16) that the code of conduct signed by Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors could lead to muzzling of debate if councillors wish to keep a subject away from public scrutiny. No doubt six councillors have all purchased a “confidential” rubber stamp to use when it suits them. It also begs the question why four of our 10 councillors would not endorse the code of conduct? More baffling is this question when two of the four absenting councillors have very strong legal backgrounds. For a practical example of how debate has been muzzled look at the minutes of the council meeting of 11 July, where Cr Anne Shaw moved (supported by the other “group of six” councillors) to defer adoption of the minutes of the Audit Committee meeting of 13 April until a report is presented to council that incorporates the committee’s status as an advisory committee and advice on its terms of reference. Cr Shaw also wanted to remove reference to the procurement process concerning the shire’s future waste management facilities. How can you change the minutes to delete reference to an item if the issue was actually discussed? The committee comprises independent persons, as well as Cr Hugh Fraser and Cr Graeme Pittock: not members of the “group of six”. Its current terms of reference - revised in 2015 establish its independence. While we can only speculate why Cr Shaw wanted to prevent disclosure of the committee meeting minutes, perhaps it could be that the committee wishes to investigate Cr Antonella Celi’s conference expense budget or perhaps the over-enthusiasm of Cr David Gibb when it comes to waste management? The motion regarding the muzzling of the Audit Committee should be referred to the Ombudsman. Stuart Allen, Dromana

Leave coal underground In answer to criticism of the Carmichael coal mine, Alan Reid (“Coal is realistic” Letters 2/8/16) suggests to that Andrew Raff should “set an example” by “demanding the closure of the Latrobe Valley coal fired power stations”. Are these really alternatives, or should we be encouraging the closure of one and the cancellation of the other? At Paris the world already agreed it needs to cut down carbon emissions. According to climate science about 80 per cent of the world’s known reserves must stay in the ground unburned if we are to avoid cooking the planet. The last thing our children and their children need while trying to close down Latrobe Valley is massive new coal mines with a planned 60year life, such as the Carmichael mine. That the Latrobe Valley power stations are so difficult to shut down (due to the financial investment made in them) is a powerful argument for not building

the Carmichael mine in the first place. Peter North, Vermont South

Time for the truth As taxpayers and concerned citizens of the Mornington Peninsula, we would like to know what our government knows about the living conditions of asylum seekers and refugees on Nauru. We are entitled to be adequately informed because of the threats to the health of these children, families and adults, as well as Australia’s international reputation. Blaming of other organisations is not an acceptable answer. The Labor opposition should also tell us what it intends to do about the situation. It is a bipartisan responsibility requiring urgent action. It is time that the Prime Minister and his ministers act on the intolerable situation in our refugee detention centres. It is time to open these centres to proper public scrutiny and review. And time to settle refugees in Australia to contribute to our economy and community life. Ann and Peter Renkin, Shoreham

Children in danger After watching the last Q&A, on our beloved ABC, it became clear to me that our children’s future is in great danger from the conspiracy theorists of the ilk of [One Nation senator] Malcolm Roberts. Again we saw an old man playing down and even denying that there is any conceivable danger from climate change to our future. To him and his likes, it is too inconvenient to change their ways of consumption and energy production, to enable future generations to have a reasonable chance of a halve ways decent life on this planet. Thanks Malcolm Turnbull for making it almost inevitable for what I see as crackpots getting a stage to spread their delusional messages. When will he call the next double dissolution of government, seeing this one went so well? Rupert Steiner, Balnarring Beach

Milk’s murky process Murray Goulburn, once a non-profit co-op for dairy farmers, becomes corporatised. Dairy farmers which were the reason for its very existence are placed second to shareholders. Profit becomes the goal as the company loses direction. Global milk prices bottom out. The company in an unprecedented move demands that dairy farmers pay back “excessive” profits for milk which has already been sold as it reduces its prices to rock bottom unsustainable levels. New Zealand dairy company Fonterra follows suite simply “because it can”. As our farmers go out of business, cashed up Chinese corporations

Protest for refugees COMMUNITY groups including Love Makes A Way, a Christian grassroots protest movement against Australia’s “appalling” treatment of asylum seekers, gathered early on Wednesday morning for a vigil at Frankston train station to mark the release of more than 2000 leaked incident reports from Australia’s detention centre on Nauru. The 2116 reports in the files, more than half involving children, were published by Guardian Australia last week and detail assaults, sexual abuse, self-harm attempts and child abuse in squalid living conditions. Protesters posted large paper dolls at the train station as a symbol of the children held in detention at Nauru. They then made their way to federal Dunkley Liberal MP Chris Crewther’s office to peacefully ask that Australia’s offshore detention centres be immediately shut down. Mr Crewther’s office did not respond before publication to a request asking if he agreed Nauru should be closed. Picture: Gary Sissons buy up our farms to export milk, an absolute food staple, back to China following their own contaminated milk scandal. Meanwhile Murray Goulburn’s former CEO walks away with $10 million. Think what choice this will leave Australian families in future next time you buy a $1 a litre container of home brand milk from supermarkets which also don’t seem to give a damn about our dying industry. How can our politicians let this happen? Austin Sadler, Mornington

Containing the future A huge container ship has just been launched in Denmark, commissioned by the US firm Walmart. The vessel is longer than any United States aircraft carrier at 1302 feet long and so wide it cannot fit through the Suez or Panama canals. The ship has been designed to carry 15,000 containers from China to the US in five days bringing 91 per cent of Walmart’s products. Unloading takes two hours. Another two ships will soon be commissioned. The ship returned all the containers empty. Is it no wonder unemployment in US is so high? Is this an indication of things to come, not only for the US but other countries as well. Peter Strickland, Balnarring

Saving greyhounds As a greyhound lover, advocate, fosterer and adoption group volunteer, I was ecstatic when I saw that a New South Wales state ban on greyhound racing had been announced. It’s long

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overdue that this ban went national. How many more greyhound deaths at the track each year does it have to take? With up to 17,000 healthy greyhounds dying annually at the hands of the industry, 200 dogs reported injured during official races each week and the “lucky” survivors living in appalling conditions, the biggest tragedy is that this industry hasn’t been shut down sooner. To see how desperately sad things have become, one only has to look at Bossey, one of five greyhounds found by RSPCA inspectors in a raid on a farm in Western Sydney. They had been living and sleeping on a stinking, muddy floor in a dark shed. Bossey was severely underweight, lame and limping on three legs - the pain in the greyhound’s eyes was palpable. And the punishment? A $10,000 slap on the wrist, while also being able to keep the dog. Clearly the worst punishment being meted out here is to poor Bossey. How society has failed these beautiful animals. It appears that the Greyhound Breeders, Owners and Trainers Association has hastily formed an industry alliance to campaign against the ban. Perhaps the many (but undisclosed) dollars they are spending on their grandstanding could be better invested in rehoming some of the many greyhounds needing a forever couch. Or simply paying some vet bills. In my experience, the couch is the only place a greyhound wants to race to. Sure, their campaign may go on for a long time, but it will be nowhere near as long as I will be fighting to get every last loving, lazy greyhound a soft bed and a home. Brione Sargent, AQlderley, Queensland

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Shire ‘all clear’ for changes at Martha Cove Keith Platt keith@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire has agreed to change land use definitions, increase building heights and the number of dwellings at the Martha Cove residential and marina development at Safety Beach. Amendments to the planning permit approved by the shire last month give the green light for buildings apartments and shops in the area designated Martha Cove Village Centre. The number of dwellings allowed at Martha Cove is now 1167, an increase of 114. The original Martha Cove permit was issued in 1999 and in 2002 City Pacific estimated the project at $650 million, including 900 residences. The latest successful application to amend the planning permit follows a presentation to councillors in January by Sydney-based developer Denarke Pty Ltd ATF Martha Cove Vineyard No. 1 Trust, a company which is also selling housing sites and boat berths at nearby Brindabella Point. Denarke bought the land in 2014. Councillors were divided on the issue, with Crs Antonella Celi, David Gibb, Tim, Wood, David Garnock and Graeme Pittock being in favour and Crs Hugh Fraser, Tim Rodgers, Bev Colomb and Andrew Dixon against. As part of its application to amend the permit, Denarke provided councillors with traffic and commercial impact reports from consultants it had hired. The May 2016 traffic report by Ratio: consultants states: “The provision of a substantial surplus in parking provision, especially on-street parking for residential visitors and retail commercial uses customers and other visitors, will ensure sufficient provision for even the highest summer holiday season peak demands.” The economic impact assessment by MacroPlan Dimasi showed the planned shops would have “some impacts” on shops at Dromana and Mt Martha but “it can be concluded that a net community benefit will result from the proposed development, particularly as the development will provide greatly increased shopping

choice for local residents while also creating job opportunities for the local community”. Buildings heights are also being varied to allow 10 metres in five areas as well as the Martha Cove Village Centre. Roofs and facades can exceed eight metres elsewhere providing the “internal floor levels [are not] raised above levels that would be achieved if the overall height limit was eight metres”. In an extended description, “harbour commercial facilities" can now include art gallery, bank, nursery (retail), post office, service shop, shop, showroom, sail maker, spar maker, boat rigger, flag maker, take away food tavern, totalisator agency, restaurant and, office. The approved plans for the 6.4 hectare Martha Cove Village Centre include a “marina hub” with a cafe and support facilities and services for the marina, one 1000 square metre shop, several small shops and a 200-seat restaurant. The largest part of the site is devoted to housing: 215 apartments and 100 “townhomes”. A public space – Anchorage Park – lies behind a block of three-storey apartments and three-level homes. The proposal presented to councillors in January was outlined in a large, glossy 168-page Martha Cove Village Centre Development Plan Report (“Shire asked to clear Martha Cove plans”, The News 5/4/16). The proposal is described as “a contemporary interpretation of the peninsula character”, and cites developments in Florida, Sweden, France, Spain, Perth and Queensland (Paradise Point) under the heading “Project Exemplars + Precedence”. The village centre for Martha Cove is also described as “a habitat of modern lifestyle inspired by the spirit of the Mornington Peninsula”. The village centre site is proposed to be subdivided into 13 “superlots”, either for apartments, “townhomes” or shops. In one part of the document setbacks are described as “minimal” so they will “contribute to the urban character of the village centre”. Further on in the document most superlot setbacks are described as “zero”.

Close community: The green fields leading to the water’s edge at Martha Cove are earmarked for three-storey “townhomes” and shops, top; while, above, houses and apartments are already nearing completion overlooking the next staged development.

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“I loved that you have a certified coach to instruct, guide and correct you to ensure safe movement patterns and ensure maximum benefit from your workouts. I loved how there were scaling options for every workout so anyone from any fitness level could do it. But what I loved the most was the support and encouragement that you got there, I felt that I belonged to something pretty special a sense of belonging to a community an often overlooked part, and is a very important to your health. And of course you get results fast. It’s the fastest way I know how to get fit,” said Tony, who is a CrossFit Level 1 instructor. “Along with my daughter Jodie we will be opening a CrossFit Box in Hastings and have an open day on Sunday September 11.” If you are interested in finding out more or would like to try CrossFit please call 0434 571 024 and Jodie will be there to answer your questions. Cross Fit Box is at 1/3 Lyall Street, Hastings. www.crossfithastings.com.au

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484 Mornington Tyabb Road, MOOROODUC Saturday 10th September at 2pm Bowman & Company, 168 Main Street, Mornington, 5975 6888 Alex Campbell, 0432 344 394

SET on 6.07-hectares, this magnificent estate reveals all the romance and stature one would expect from this renowned rural address. The stunning Federation-style weatherboard home has been renovated and extended, and set well back from the road for the utmost privacy. Perfectly situated on the property to take in a wonderful vista across the land, the home is ensconced within gorgeous garden pockets featuring a rose garden bursting with colour, a quaint kitchen garden and an orchard. The bespoke period residence was reclaimed from Geelong then painstakingly restored and extended to create a superb four-bedroom country home wrapped in verandahs that beckon quiet relaxation. Interior zones are resplendent

underneath soaring 3.5 metre ceilings and a formal entrance creates a sense of drama that is echoed throughout the magnificent formal sitting and dining rooms –each boasting a functional fireplace with elaborate mantles and ornate stained glass. The vast south wing cleverly engages with the verandah and garden through a series of six French doors for an effortless indoor to outdoor transition. From the granite island bench with breakfast bar to the abundance of storage and display cabinetry, the country-style kitchen combines incredible aesthetics with functionality. There is also a centrepiece freestanding Falcon stove and separate butlers pantry. The palatial main bedroom features a walk-in

robe and lavish ensuite with spa, with three more bedrooms sharing the equally well-appointed main bathroom. The land has two fenced paddocks with dams, there are facilities for horses with a holding yard and two stables, and for the handy person,a large workshop has a concrete floor and power is connected. Disconnect from the hustle and bustle of suburban life with this elegant rural retreat offering a serene and quiet environment nestled amongst farmland. Despite its quiet location, the property is within a few minutes of quality schools, Mornington shops and Peninsula Link access.

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•Main bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe. •Separate formal lounge & dining •Kitchen/meals area with family room. •Main bathroom, separate laundry. •New carpet and freshly painted throughout.

•3 Bedrooms with BIR’s •Well appointed kitchen - plenty of bench/cupboard space •Separate living and dining areas •Updated bathroom •Situated on approximately 700sqm

•3 bedrooms home •Heating and cooling •Galley kitchen with meals area •Separate lounge area recently painted throughout •Landscaped garden with vegie patch and shed

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•3 Bedrooms, 2 with built in robes •Large living and dining with a beautiful outlook to garden •Updated kitchen with plenty of bench/cupboard space •Updated central bathroom and separate laundry •Deck at front of home

•3 Bedrooms with built in robes •Open plan living and dining •Premium Blue Marlin pool and outdoor entertaining area •Huge shed with plenty of space for parking and storage! •Situated on approximately 700sqm

•2 bedroom unit •Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances, •Large lounge and separate meals area, •Low maintenance courtyard and paved entertaining area •Single garage with remote

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22 Banksia Crescent

2/28 Point Road

PERFECT FIRST HOME OR INVESTMENT

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•Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac. •3 bedrooms - master with walk in robe & ensuite •2 separate living areas with open plan dining area •Kitchen with plenty of bench & cupboard space •Huge alfresco area!

•3 bedrooms - main with walk in robe and ensuite, •Open plan kitchen & living area •Split system heating and cooling •Double lock up garage. •Any or all quality furniture in home available to purchase

INSPECT SATURDAY 1.00-1.30PM SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

INSPECT SATURDAY 12.30-1.00PM DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

•1200m2 block •3 bedrooms – master with WIR & ensuite •Formal lounge with bay window and adjoining dining room. •Huge Separate open plan family-meals area •Covered outdoor pergola overlooking landscaped gardens •Separate 7m x 14m workshop

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 4

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Situated opposite the foreshore reserve looking across to the Marina, these exquisite architectural townhouses are sure to please those seeking a coastal position. Designed with 2 living zones, 3 large bedrooms including master with ensuite, kitchens all equipped with quality Smeg appliances, 2 split-system air conditioners, gas ducted heating throughout, patio with courtyard & water tank plus double lock-up garage. These brand new residences have everything you ever wanted!

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This brick veneer home is not only perfect for the growing family, but it is also the perfect entertainer. Featuring 4 generous bedrooms all with BIR plus study, parents’ retreat leading to covered entertaining area, Large laundry opening out to undercover area PLUS separate utility room, the answer to all your storage needs, ample car spaces with double concrete driveway, 2 x split system air conditioners, wood heater & 2 gas wall furnaces for all climates, single lock-up garage plus garden shed. Upon viewing this property, you will not be disappointed!

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Vacant Land of approx. 1.62ha (4 Acres) centrally located on the Island adjacent to the Perseverance Primary School and approx 5 kms from ferry. Fully fenced with 7 strand barbed wire, recessed entry and gate on well-maintained road. Zoned for Farming use with planning permit available for single dwelling (STGA). Land of this size is rare on the Island and this sale is an opportunity to purchase at fair value. TERMS 10% DEPOSIT. BALANCE 60 DAYS. VACANT POSSESSION AUCTION COMMENCES AT 2:30PM AT THE AGENTS OFFICE 2100 FRANKSTON FLINDERS ROAD, HASTINGS, VICTORIA, 3915

Saturday 24th September at 2:30pm at the offices of Century 21 Homeport

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By Appointment Phil Bock 0438 497 715

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

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CRIB POINT 3 Point Road

A CONTEMPORARY OASIS WITH SEAMLESS INDOOR/OUTDOOR LIVING A remarkable demonstration of considered design, this fabulous home uses space and light to stunning effect.

DIVINE HOME WITH VISIONARY DESIGN + EXCEPTIONAL CRAFTSMANSHIP With a wonderful nod to 1920’s style, this traditional miners’ cottage has been reinvented into a stunning residence, retaining many gracious reminders of its heritage. Three bedrooms, master bedroom has direct access to main bathroom. Showpiece galley kitchen with s/steel appliances including dishwasher & stove. Gorgeous bathroom with freestanding bath, walk-in shower and feature floor tiles. QFormal living area and a second living area ensures extra space for the growing family. Q New laundry, toilet and study nook. Q Side access to store a caravan and plenty of space to add a carport (S.T.C.A.)

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Leonie opened the business in 2012 and has since successfully achieved amazing sales results in the Somerville area as well as surrounding areas. Living and working in Somerville, Leonie specialises in providing all her clientâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s honest and factual information relating to the area. As well as listing and selling real estate, Leonie is the Director of the business and runs a well organised and happy team which provides great service. Contact Leonie to experience an honest and trustworthy relationship with your agent. P: 0420 979 956 E: leonie.worrall@raywhite.com

Ruby joined Ray White Hastings in 2014 as a personal assistant and has worked hard to become an extremely successful sales executive in the past couple of years. Ruby has proven to deliver 10/10 customer satisfaction results from her surveys and continues to provide exceptional and honest knowledge of the area, whether it be rural, residential or vacant land. Ruby is dedicated to her customers by keeping them well informed of what is happening in the market. To discover what Ruby can do to market your home to achieve the best results, contact her on 0434 744 744 or ruby.smith@raywhite.com Matthew had prior experience in real estate before joining the team at Ray White Hastings. Matthew brings local knowledge and energy to the team and is currently assisting both Leonie and Ruby in the hope that he also becomes a sales executive. Matthew enjoys learning all things real estate and has already been successful in selling properties himself and receiving excellent feedback from customers. Contact Matthew to find out how he can assist in the process of selling or listing your property. P: 0411 032 811 E: matthew.challenger@raywhite.com

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

Mornington

Auction

A6 B3 C2

27 St Catherines Court, Mornington A six-bedroom, three-bathroom home is hard to find, making this brilliantly located single-level residence a fabulous buy with its huge backyard, zoned living and outstanding potential to create a sensational family home in a quiet court location. New carpet and a freshly painted interior provide the framework for future perfection with an expansive floorplan crafted in two wings around a central all-weather entertaining terrace and massive backyard with room for a pool. With a carport, oversized single garage and central heating, proximity to Main Street’s cafes and shops, the beachfront, schools, parkland, Bentons Square and transport further adds to the irresistible equation!

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 10th September 11.00am As advertised or by appointment Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515

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

Moorooduc

Auction

A4 B2 C2

484 Mornington-Tyabb Road, Moorooduc This magniďŹ cent estate set on 15 acres (approx.) with a stunning renovated and extended four-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom plus a study Federation weatherboard residence reveals all the romance and stature you would ďŹ nd in the countryside. Set back from the road, the house takes full advantage of the aspect across the land and gorgeous gardens. Voluminous formal and family spaces complement a sublime granite kitchen with Falcon stove. The grounds include a large workshop, holding yard, stable, two dams and ample water storage. This remarkable property offers a serene family environment close to public and private schools, Peninsula Link and everything the Peninsula has to offer.

Auction Inspect Contact

Saturday 10th September 2.00pm As advertised or by appointment Alex Campbell 0432 344 394 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103

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

McCrae

Auction

1 View Point Road, McCrae Priceless panoramic bay views add an irreplaceable aspect to this stunning two-storey three-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom plus a study contemporary residence. Private from the neighbours but open to the view, the spacious interior is pointed towards the water with magnificent views framed in the voluminous open-plan living and dining room with bifold doors to a huge entertaining deck, framed views of Arthurs Seat and spacious stone kitchen. Downstairs, beyond the dramatic entrance and central pond, a glass-framed living room flows out to a decked spa adding to the tranquil feel. This fully appointed home resides on a corner block only minutes from McCrae beach, vibrant village shops and freeway access.

Auction Saturday 10th September 1.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Ayden Nelson 0419 447 038 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A3 B2 C2

Rosebud

Auction

41 Hove Road, Rosebud The grandest of land in the most picturesque of settings at the foothills of Arthurs Seat State Park and Two Bays walking trail, this tightly-held weatherboard residence offers a myriad of magnificent future options. The current two-bedroom residence provides comfortable accommodation but it’s the fabulous scope for renovation or redevelopment (STCA) that provides the real excitement. Perhaps consider a luxury new home with potential bay views from a second story; while developers shouldn’t miss the opportunity this enormous allotment provides close to Rosebud Tennis Club, schools and kindergartens, golf courses, wineries, shopping centres, freeway access and a choice of beautiful beaches.

Auction Saturday 10th September 12.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Damian Smith 0481 875 243 Alex Campbell 0432 344 394 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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Hastings 4 Eman Terrace

3

Brand New Three-Bedroom Home Brand new 3BR home featuring master bedroom with WIR & FES, bright and sunny open plan living area with kitchen boasting island bench and s/steel appliances including dishwasher.

Separate main bathroom and separate laundry, ducted heating and evaporative cooling, double remote garage with internal access and an alfresco entertaining area overlooking outstanding gardens.

Somerville 2/4 Rochester Road Stylish Three-Bedroom Townhouse Stunning townhouse with downstairs powder room, main living area and a modern kitchen with s/steel appliances. Master bedroom has WIR & FES, and upstairs are two more bedrooms with BIR’s

sharing a 2nd bathroom. Other features include a private courtyard with two decks and an entertainment area, ducted heating, split system air-con and a double garage. Strictly no Pets.

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If Style Is What You’re After

For Lease $390 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au

Beautiful 4 bedroom family home featuring master with WIR & FES, open plan living & dining area with kitchen boasting s/steel appliances including dishwasher, and a second living area. GDH & air-

conditioning throughout, and outside is a paved alfresco area with a low maintenance backyard. Separate laundry has external access, and there is a double garage. Get in quick, this one will not last long!

Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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For Lease $395 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au

Hastings 2/19 Edward Street

2

Family Home In a block of 8, this 2BR unit. has recently been repainted and has all new flooring throughout. Both bedrooms have BIR’s and share the one bathroom, there is hallway cupboard, a functional kitchen

with electric cooking & pantry, and electric heating to the lounge room. Separate laundry with cupboard and external access out to the neat backyard and single garage. Close to all that Hastings has to offer!

Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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MORNINGTON 53 Carramar Street

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AUCTION Saturday 24th Sept. at 11.00am Inspect Agent on site Saturday 11-11.30am

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Freehold marina berths donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t get any cheaper than this! Why settle for a 10m, 11m or even a 12m at a similar price when this 13m freehold marina berth at 0DUWKD&RYHFRXOGEH\RXUV3RZHUZDWHUVHFXUHERDUGZDONDFFHVVDQG hour security all included. Yearly Owners Corporation fees only $1,200 per DQQXPÎ&#x2013;I\RXKDYHEHHQORRNLQJDWEHUWKVDW0DUWKD&RYH\RXZLOONQRZWKDW \RXZLOOQHHGWRDFWTXLFNO\DVWKLVLVSULFHGWRVHOO

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Sales & Leasing NEW

SOLD

50/61 Watt Road PENINSULA BUSINESS PARK Q

Brand new warehouse

Q185m2

QBuilding QBusy

Yabbies Fish & Chips

ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

BUSINESS FOR SALE

Q

Q

approx

QKitchen/toilet

MORNINGTON 107a Tanti Avenue

MORNINGTON

MORNINGTON

facilities

completion est. Oct 2016

Located in heart of retail precinct

QSuccessful

trading for over 10 years

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into an upmarket cafe

QAttractive

lease conditions

Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

Q6

Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

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plus disabled toilet.

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heating

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practitioners

rooms, spacious kitchen, full bathroom

QDucted

industrial location

$1,995pcm + GST + Ogs Inspect By appointment.

Building: 173 m2 approx

QLand

carparks

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1st October 2016

$5,000pcm + GST + Ogs Inspect By appointment.

Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

SOLD

MORNINGTON

MORNINGTON

MORNINGTON

5/27 Progress Street

Franks Classique Bakery

7/19 Bruce Street

WAREHOUSE & OFFICE

BUSINESS FOR SALE

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125 m2 approx

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Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

$165,000 + SAV Inspect By appointment.

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level

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lease conditions apply

1st October 2016

$1,495pcm + GST + Ogs Inspect By appointment.

180m2 approx

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facilities

after location

$399,000 + GST (if applicable) Inspect By appointment

Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

NEW

Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

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LANGWARRIN

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Chicago Hair

2/5 Merino Street

411 McClelland Drive

The Pavillion

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clientele

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approx parking on title

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shutters

leased as professional

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for growth

suites

$180,000 + SAV Inspect By appointment.

Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

$1,440pcm + GST + Ogs Inspect By appointment.

NEW

IDEAL LOCATION Ideal mancave, storage or small business operation approx

QMornington QSecure

Industrial Precinct

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MORNINGTON

3 & 4 / 17 Carbine Way

1st Floor, 3/315 Main Street

OFFICE SPACE

TAKE ONE OR BOTH

PRICE REDUCTION

158 m2 approx Q6 carparks (3 undercover) QAir-conditioning / heating Q

Q

$4195pcm + GST + Ogs Inspect By appointment.

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QKitchen/toilet QMezzanine QAvailable

Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

23 August 2016

Q66

level

m2 approx

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1st September 2016

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airconditioned, lift access and

basement carparking

$1,668pcm + GST + Ogs (each) Inspect By appointment.

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facilities

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NEW

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Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

3/342 Main Street

& private

$370,000 + GST (if applicable) Inspect By appointment.

Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

NEW

MORNINGTON

8/27 Virginia Street

Q195m2

$895,000 Inspect By appointment.

NEW

MORNINGTON

Q

Russell Murphy 0407 839 184

Michelle Adams 0407 743 858

Now

$1,590pcm + GST + Ogs Inspect By appointment.

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HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

Get your hearing checked! NEPEAN Hearing is a diagnostic and rehabilitation service based in Frankston, Cranbourne and throughout the Mornington Peninsula. The business first opened 15 years ago in Frankston in conjunction with Peninsula ENT Audiology. The audiologists at Nepean Hearing- Tony Wilms, David Beer and Sara Claudius all graduated from the University of Melbourne. They are fully qualified to discuss all aspects of your hearing needs- from initial hearing assessments all the way through to hearing aid fittings and ongoing care. Nepean Hearing pride themselves on personalised care. They believe that clients should choose their audiologist before they choose their hearing aid. They aim to keep the hearing welfare of the patient highest at all times, and to provide the most appropriate hearing care and advice. Nepean Hearing is a private and independent audiology practice and they are current members of the Audiological Society of Australia (ASA) and also the Australian Association of Audiologists in Private Practice (AAAPP). This means they can offer objective advice on any hearing aid brand that is sold in Australia and competitive prices. They provide hearing services to pensioners, private clients and veterans. Also Nepean Hearing sponsor over 10 community groups Contact Nepean Hearing for your Free Hearing Test: Frankston – 13 HASTINGS RD. Ph: 9783 7520. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING Cranbourne- 184 South Gippsland Hwy. Ph: 5996 1117 Or at the visiting sites in Hastings, Mount Eliza, St John’s Village and Baxter Village.

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Hearing Awareness Week 22nd to 26th August

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Trooper’s message found in bottle Compiled by Melissa Walsh A TOMATO bottle was picked up on the beach a few days ago by Mr E. McComb, containing the following words. From the date on the note it has evidently been drifting about for a long time: “The finder would be doing a great service to me if he tell my mother (Mrs Sarratt, Claremont Avenue, Malvern) that all is well—Trooper Jas Sarratt, Albany, 29/10/14.” *** EX-COUNCILLOR G. Keast notifies in another column his reasons for not seeking re-election at the hands of the Centre Riding ratepayers. This advertisement was inadvertently omitted in our last issue. *** MR Marcus McBrodie ably conducted the auction of two laurel wreaths at the Scotch Concert on Saturday last. This maiden effort of Mr McBrodie’s resulted in a substantial sum being raised for the Frankston District Soldiers’ Memorial Fund. *** THE public meeting convened by the advocates of 6 o’clock closing of hotels was held in the Frankston Mechanics’ hall on Thursday evening, at which there was a good attendance. Mrs Beckett and Mr J. G. Barratt were the speakers. A report of the meeting will appear in our next issue. *** AT the evening given by the produce stall holders, on Wednesday night, the opal brooch, given by Miss McKenzie to he raffled for the Mt Eliza

Red Cross society, was drawn, and Miss Webster, of Malvern proved to be the holder of the winning ticket. *** AFTER being three and a half months in hospital, suffering from injuries received while in charge of an ammunition plant at Broadmeadows, Private A. G. Young has again been sent to that camp and is now attached to the 21st reinforcements of the 5th battalion of Infantry. *** THE annual meeting of the Frankston Athletic sports Club will be held in the Mechanics’ Hall on Friday 8th September at 6 o’clock when a full attendance of members is requested. *** SOME time during the performance at the Frankston Hall on Saturday evening some low down specimens of humanity crept into the room at the back of the hall, where the ladies had laid out light refreshments for the performers to partake of at the conclusion of the programme, and stole all the sandwiches and decorations on the table. This sort of thing is despicably mean and paltry, and the persons who indulge in them are in a fair way to land ultimately in gaol. *** THE following letter has been received by the hon. sec, of the Australian Club:-Dear Miss McComb, please convey to members of your club my hearty appreciation of their kind thoughtfulness in presenting to the Langwarrin Camp Hospital the

towels, pillowslips, etc. These articles all help to make the poor fellows comfortable. It is not easy to find people showing such true Christian benevolence and such little acts make our efforts in the men’s behalf worthwhile. Again thanking you, I am Yours truly, I. Blezard, Major. *** IN a paragraph appearing on the 5th inst in our columns referring to winners in the Victorian Poultry and Kennel Clubs Show held recently a slight error occurred in mentioning Messrs Taylor and Brand’s awards. It should have read: They not only secured 1st prize for farmers’ trio, with Plymouth Rocks in the Utility Class, but first prize for best utility hen in the open class against all breeds and second prize for White Leghorn cockerel. The above mentioned hen being a white leghorn purchased from W. Aisbhett “Lynwood Poultry Farm” Langwarrin, who also possesses the father of the 2nd prize cockerel. *** THE I.O.R. social tens No 151 Frankston, held its quarterly meeting on Monday Aug 14th. In spite of bad weather about 30 members were present. During the quarter two Amore of our members have enlisted for active service. There is about 2400 from Victoria serving for King and Country. There has been a steady increase of members for the quarter. Three more candidates were proposed last meeting.

A resolution was passed that we invite the Rev H. Warrall down to address a public meeting in Frankston regarding closing of Liquor Bars and the secretary was instructed to call a public meeting of the trustees reinvesting in the war loan. Various other items were brought forward, and after business the members retired to the anti-room, where supper was arranged by the sister members. After justice had been done to this part of the program, games were indulged in. A very enjoyable evening was spent. During the evening the C.R. on behalf of the tent, presented Brother F. Girdleston with a travelling bag on his departure from Frankston. *** THE Frankston Court of Petty Sessions was held on Monday last, before Mr Cohen, p.m., and Messrs Williams, Oates, Clemaens and Grant J.P. Two cases of alleged breaches of the Licensing Act were heard. The first one was that of the licensee of the Bay View Hotel, who was charged, by the police, with supplying drink to other than a traveller, on the 30th July. Mr Brayshay appeared for defendant. From the evidence adduced it appears that the accused had taken the necessary precautions before supplying the drink, and she was led to believe that the man supplied was a bona fide traveller. The bench therefore dismissed the case. The licensee of the Half Way

House, Carrum, was then charged with illegal traffic in liquor on 23rd July last. Mr Meagher appeared for the defense. A number of witnesses for and against, were heard and the Bench ultimately decided that the case had been proved, and a fine of 40s was imposed. On a charge of having her bar door open on 30th July accused pleaded guilty, and was fined 7£. *** THE news of the death of Mr C Blythe came as a shock to the residents of Frankston on Monday evening, when it became known that he had expired at the residence of his son-in law, Mr P. Wheeler, from internal hemorrhage. Though the deceased gentleman has been somewhat of an invalid for the past 8 or 9 months, he has been able to get about and seemed to be improving, and his death came most unexpectedly. He filled the position of stationmaster at Frankston about 24 years ago, and was well known to the older residents. Prior to his illness he filled the responsible position of pier master at Williamstown, but since then he has resided with Mr Wheeler, at Frankston. The remains were conveyed by motor hearse to Williamstown on Thursday, where he was buried alongside his wife, who predeceased him about 12 months. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 26 August, 1916

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PUZZLE ZONE

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that I have failed to retain anything more than a few stray Serge Gainsbourg lyrics and the chorus of Plastic Bertrand’s ‘Ca Plane Pour Moi’. There are prizes too. These I largely

accumulated in the early part of my high school career before they dramatically petered out. Mostly they’re in the form of novels but there are a couple of trophies too, denoting im-

probable sporting prowess. Without exception these are suitably miniscule. The sports trophies are located not in my old bedroom but my father’s study, together with the assembled product of his own athletic career which, to date, consists of a medallion (I’m not sure for what. Probably car-pooling) and a plaster figurine of a bloke with his leg raised in a pose I’d describe as ‘post torpedo punt’. By congregating the awards won by the entire family, my father hoped it would look impressive. It doesn’t. Even less so since one of my nephews started to over-achieve and collect trophies that tower like skyscrapers over our meager statuettes. As for the books, they were items I’d chosen at Robinson’s Book Store. In a sense, they were the worst kind of gift. I was charged with the awesome responsibility of selecting the present that the school would then give back to me. Accordingly, I felt an overwhelming responsibility to choose something that was suitably intellectual rather than anything that might trigger a recount. There was a volume of Dickens so large that it required a forklift. Despite the fact that it was beautiful, it was impractical. In fact, so many of Charles’s works were contained in a single book it meant the print was so necessarily small that even an ant would have struggled to read it. Then there are the souvenirs. These are last remains of various family outings purchased with significant budgetary limits and a looming time constraint. It was common for us to be informed that we had five dollars and just as many minutes in which to select

an item from the gift shop by which to remember the moment for the rest of our lives. The results were predictably uneven. In Tasmania I bought a sculpture of an old lady’s face carved into an old apple. The years saw it plunge further into a state of decrepitude until it collapsed. There was also the snow-globe that I bought at Mount Buffalo (money, incidentally, I should have spent on a hot chocolate). The intervening years have seen the water evaporate and the snow vanish. I blame climate change. Often I received a book for Christmas. Each of these has a message from my father in handwriting that is not so much messy as it is encrypted. I’m not sure what these messages mean, but I’m not yet prepared to give them up. Some books are about subjects I have long since abandoned including cricket, rock collecting and gunfighters of the Wild West. Beside these tomes is a rabbit’s foot. It too was a gift, intended to bring good luck, although presumably not for the rabbit. Soon, the hour will come. The umbilical connection that has so long ensured that part of me remains in Tyabb will be severed. Some things I will keep. Others will be sent to the great hard-rubbish night in the sky, never to be seen again. So long droughtaffected snow globe. Farewell rabbit’s foot. I’ll be sure to leave something behind, though. Perhaps a book tucked discretely on a shelf or my ‘most improved’ football trophy. A sense of place is a powerful thing. There will, I think, always be part of me in Tyabb. stuart@stuartmccullough.com

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By Toe Punt EDITHVALE-ASPENDALE pulled off one of the most amazing results in memory on Saturday when it held on to draw against Frankston YCW and subsequently, snatch a last gasp spot in the top five. The Eagles broke a four game losing streak to pull off the draw, a result that was a long way from anyone’s wildest imagination prior to the match. Edithvale-Aspendale had struggled with injuries and lost its place in the top bracket at the hands of Seaford. Having to beat top of the table YCW was remote and although Seaford was odds-on to lose to Mt Eliza, there was little chance the Eagles could wrest back their position in the five. However, despite the ball spending 80 per cent of its time in the YCW forward half in the tense final quarter, the home side was somehow able to prevent the opposition from scoring enough to grab victory. The game seemed to be going to script in the first half when, despite the Eagles playing some good footy, the visitors led by 15 points at the main break. The Eagles though, through the likes of star players Mark Mullins, Jeremy Heys and Stevey Mannix, got their nose in front in the third term with three unanswered goals. Edithvale had 22 scoring shots to YCW’s 17 and outscored the Stonecats 5.5 to 3.2 in the second half. The final score was YCW 10.7 (67) to Edithvale 9.13 (67). The draw came on the back of the announcement earlier in the week that Stonecats coach Scott Mathers would not seek reappointment for the top job in 2017. The Stonecats were on the phone to at least three prospects early in the week, including premiership coaches Tony Blackford and Gavin Artico. Despite winning though, the draw was as good as a win for Edithvale. Seaford was only two points clear of Edithvale going into the final round after they gave up a five goal three quarter time lead against Karingal earlier in the year to hold on for a draw. The Eagles will play neighbour Bonbeach in the cut throat elimination final on Sunday at Frankston Park af-

Dog’s day: Mornington dispatched Karingal by 59 points. Picture: Scott Memery

ter the Sharks finished in fourth place on the ladder. Bonbeach had a scrap against Langwarrin, scraping home by the smallest of margins. The corresponding game earlier in the season was without question one of the worst spectacles for the season – this one wasn’t much better. The Sharks led by 21 points at quarter time after kicking with the wind, led by three points at half time and by 15 at three quarter time. The Kangas dominated the play in the last and prevented the Sharks from scoring, however, despite opportunities to win the game, Langwarrin failed by a point, 7.8 (50) to 7.9 (51). Jackson Casey and Daniel Smith were superb for the Sharks while Nick

Tuddenham with three goals and Zach Andrewartha were very good for the Kangas. Mornington continued its steam train ride to the very end with a 20.13 (133) to 10.14 (74) victory over Karingal. The Doggies opened up a break in the opening quarter before getting eight goals in front in the second. Jackson Calder, Stuey Seager and Dale Whelan all booted four goals for the Dogs while Ryan O’Dell dominated. Chris Hay kicked six for the Bulls while Aaron Lees and Harry Czarnecki got the top votes. The Bulls have formed a subcommittee and have begun the interview process for a new coach,

with former coach Bevan Malloy and former Mt Eliza coach John Georgiou believed to have thrown their hat into the ring. Pines got back onto the winner’s list with a big 19.9 (117) to 9.17 (71) win against Chelsea. The Pythons restricted the opposition to one goal in the opening half and led by 42 points at the main change. The game opened up a little in the second hour with the Gulls kicking eight goals to Pines’ nine. Michae Bezzene booted four goals for the Pythons in only his third game for the season while Aaron Ludewig and Brad Kiely were impressive also. Grant Trew gets all the tough jobs for the Gulls and he was outstanding again while Curtis Bywater also

played one of his best games for the season. Mt Eliza will go into the qualifying final against Pines without Dan Gromley after he was reported in the opening quarter of its match against Seaford. The Redlegs booted five goals to one in the opening quarter and cruised to a 12.9 (81) to 4.11 (35) victory against the Tigers. Gormley finished with a game high four goals for the Redlegs and Dave Barton and Harper leonard dominated. Chris Murfett and Kyle Mathews were the best of the Tigers, who missed out on a final berth by percentage.

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By Toe Punt ROSEBUD made it nine wins in succession against Somerville in the qualifying final on Saturday, withstanding a last quarter surge to win by seven points. For three and a half quarters at Red Hill Recreation Reserve, Rosebud completely dominated the Eagles. However, trailing by five goals at three quarter time, the Eagles changed things around in the last term, won the ball on the outside and outscored Rosebud 4.6 to 1.1 to almost steal the match. The momentum swung in the game when Rosebud gave away two free kicks in the goal square, resulting in two goals before the ball was taken back into the centre square. Those two goals to coach David Hirst reduced the margin to nine points, then Tim McGennis booted a long bomb to reduce the margin to just three points with seven minutes left to play. Somerville continued to dominate general play but could only manage a further two behinds, reducing the margin to just a point. Then, for the first time for the quarter, Rosebud won the ball at half back, kicked the ball into space, Nick Boswell gathered and bounced his way to half forward before the ball ended up with the best player on the ground, Ben Dwyer, who kicked the sealer with just a minute on the clock. The stranglehold that Rosebud has on Somerville dates back to 2013. In that year, the Buds and Eagles met in round four (Rosebud by 19 points) and round 13 (Rosebud by 10 points) In 2014, they met in round eight, Rosebud winning by 65 points. Both clubs missed the finals in 2013 and 2014. In 2015, they met four times - in round six (Rosebud by 11 points), round 13 (Rosebud by 5 points), in the second semi (Rosebud by 16 points and the Grand Final, which Rosebud won by 20 points after trailing by eight points at three quarter time. In 2016, we had to wait until Round 10 before we got the replay of the 2015 Grand Final. Rosebud jumped out of the blocks on that day and kicked the first seven goals of the game, ending the contest at Olympic Park there and then. After the first change, Rosebud just outscored Somerville 7.9 to 7.8. Rosebud was all over Somerville in the first three quarters. They were more committed to the contest, calmer under pressure, cleaner with their disposal and worked together as a team a whole lot better. The 28 point half time lead and 30 point three quarter time lead was justification for the hard work. Rhys Bancroft, Ryan Spooner, Dale Stephens and Brenton Payne worked tirelessly through the middle, along with Dywer, who again had the bet-

ter of Justin Farrelly, Chris Zurek, Seb Krumeich, Matt Baker, Brenton Davidge, Chris Dew and Nick Boswell all led the backline and the likes of Keegan Downie and Daniel Wilson looked dangerous in attack. The Buds were all over the Eagles and to make matters worse, none of the ‘stars’ for Somerville were having any impact. Desperate changes needed to be made by Somerville and they were simply made too later. Trailing Rosebud by 28 points at half time, the Eagles needed to produce Plan B. They waited until three quarter time to get dangerous and adventurous. Scott Simpson was outstanding for the duration for the Eagles across half back but he should have been swung into the ruck or up forward much sooner than he was. Luke Collie did a great job on Keegan Downie, restricting him to just one goal, while Adrian Speedy was the best run and carry player for the Eagles. The facts are that the Somerville brand is not good enough to beat Rosebud. If they get the chance again, the Eagles need to change it up and be unpredictable. They may not get that chance! On Sunday in the elimination final, Hastings led from early in the second quarter to the finish to knock Red Hill out of the 2016 premiership race. However, the 10.12 (72) to 7.9 (51) victory came at a price for the Blues with ruckman Josh Mulheron being aided from the field with what appeared to be an ankle or knee injury, while key forward Colin McVeigh was reported in the last quarter for striking and was offered a mandatory two week ban. The Blues were disciplined and well-coached, preventing the HIllmen from playing on, protecting the corridor, pressing up at the half backs and getting numbers back behind the footy. Red Hill dominated the inside 50 metre tally in the opening quarter but continued to kick it to the opposition. Brendan Dunne, Terry Green, Paul Rogasch and Matt Clifford did well down back, Nathan Gray, Mark Deveraux, Pete Mawson and Luke Smith were influential through the middle and Shaun Foster, Luke Clark, McVeigh and Luke Hewitt were dangerous in attack. The Hillmen played into the Blues’ hands and it cost them victory. The margin was four goals at half time when McVeigh nailed an after-the-siren goal and the margin blew out to five goals at three quarter time. The Hillmen outscored the Blues in the final quarter but never threatened. Sean Marchetti, Jake Mold, Blake McCormack and Ben Poole were the best of the Hillmen. Hastings will now play Somerville in the first semi final on Sunday at Devon Meadows while Frankston will play Rosebud at Rye on Saturday.


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Hastings play inspired football HASTINGS FNC SUNDAY saw the Hastings Football/Netball Club come up against our nemesis in 2016, the Red Hill FNC, in the elimination final played at Rosebud. On a slightly overcast day our boys certainly came to play. You could tell even before the opening bounce they seemed very focused on the job at hand. In the first quarter Red Hill got out to a two goal advantage before our boys kicked a couple into the wind to be down at the quarter time break by only a few points.

It was shaping up as one of the toughest games of football seen in a long time with every contest pure in every sense of the word. The boys got to kick with aid of a slight wind advantage in the second quarter, and started in the same fashion that they ended the first. With smooth moving play they kicking a couple of quick goals to take the ascendancy. The boys didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t take their foot off the pedal and slotted five goals for the quarter to go in at the half time break with an 18 point lead. After half time, with Red Hill now kicking with the aid of the breeze, it was going to be interesting to see how we reacted.

In true Hastings spirit, and with the aid of a resilient backline, the boys keep Red Hill goalless which was a marvellous effort. On top of that, they kicked two goals to stretch the lead to 32 points in what was proving to be a low scoring game. In the last quarter it was a slog-fest with our boys just wanting to get out of the contest with no injuries. Well done to all the players, coaches and officials on a job well done. This week we take on our rivals Somerville Football/Netball Club at Devon Meadows in what will be another huge contest for our boys.

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FREE FIRST YEAR SCHEDULED SERVICING ON 4X4 MODELS†

D-MAX 4X4

D-MAX 4X2

D-MAX 4X2

LS-M CREW CAB UTE MANUAL

SX SPACE CAB UTE AUTO

SX SINGLE CAB CHASSIS MANUAL 15MY

$

39,990

DRIVE AWAY*

EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

• 16" ALLOY WHEELS & FOG LIGHTS • ADVANCED AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • OUTSTANDING 3.5T TOWING+ • FUEL EFFICIENT 8.2L/100KM#

$

31,990

DRIVE AWAY*

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• ADVANCED AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • FUEL EFFICIENT 7.9L/100KM# • 90° REAR WING SPACE CAB DOORS • OUTSTANDING 3.5T TOWING+

$

25,990

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• ADVANCED AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • FUEL EFFICIENT 8.0L/100KM# • HUGE 2,550MM LONG ALLOY TRAY~ • CRUISE CONTROL & POWER WINDOWS

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MU-X 4X4

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$

46,990

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• 17" ALLOY WHEELS, FOG LIGHTS, SIDE STEPS • 8" TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY AUDIO w/ BLUETOOTH® & IPOD® CONNECTIVITY • OUTSTANDING 3.0T TOWING+ • REVERSING CAMERA & REAR PARK ASSIST

$

43,990

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PLUS $1000 FREE ACCESSORIES‡

HURRY TO MORNINGTON ISUZU UTE TODAY 41 Tyabb Rd, Mornington | PH: 5975 5188 www.morningtonisuzuute.com.au LMCT 10467 5-star ANCAP safety rating on 4x4 D-MAX Crew Cab models built from November 2013 onwards, 4x2 D-MAX Crew Cab High Ride models built from November 2014 onwards and all MU-X models. ^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 January 2015 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. #ADR 81/02 laboratory tests (combined cycle) for D-MAX models built from 5 November 2014 onwards and MU-X models built from 6 November 2014 onwards. §Leather on body contact areas of the seats. *Private and ABN holders only. Excludes government, fleet, rental & non-profit buyers. Includes one year business vehicle registration, CTP insurance, dealer delivery and statutory charges. Metallic/mica/pearl paint $450 extra. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers from 1/7/16 until 30/9/16 unless extended, varied or while stocks last. †Offer is limited to standard items (normal operating conditions) as listed in IUA Warranty and Service Booklet for the first Scheduled Service (6 Months/10,000km whichever occurs first) and second Scheduled Service (12 months/20,000km whichever occurs first) on 4x4 D-MAX & 15MY 4x4 MU-X models sold & delivered between 1/7/16 and 30/9/16 to private & ABN holders only. Excludes demonstrators. Offer does not cover any other Scheduled Service, Make-up Scheduled Service or any additional service items or requirements, which are at the owner’s expense. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers. Not available with any other offer excluding the $1,000 free Genuine Isuzu UTE accessories where offered. ‡Genuine Isuzu UTE accessories on 15MY 4x4 D-MAX models, 15MY 4x4 MU-X models & 15.5MY LS-T models sold & delivered between 1/7/16 and 30/9/16, unless varied or extended, to private & ABN holders only. Excludes demonstrators. Only at Participating Isuzu UTE Dealers. Not available with other offers.

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MORNINGTON MITSUBISHI

FREE

AUTO

UPGRADE

1

OFFER ENDS AUGUST 31ST FREE AUTO

A NCAP

Rated★★★★★

FREE AUTO

1

VALUED AT $2500 $36,990 DRIVE AWAY

ASX LS 2WD

1

VALUED AT $2000

• • • • •

TRITON GLX+ 4X4 DOUBLE CAB DIESEL

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• • • • •

3.1 TONNE TOWING 16 INCH ALLOYS REVERSING CAMERA REAR STEP BUMPER BLUETOOTH®

OUTLANDER LS 2WD

FREE AUTO

1

• • • •

VALUED AT $2000

REVERSING CAMERA 7 AIRBAGS ® BLUET BLUETOOTH TOUCH SCREEN AUDIO

27,990

$

25,000

$

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• • • • • •

BLUETOOTH CRUISE CONTROL CENTRAL LOCKING 7 AIRBAGS AIR CONDITIONING ELECTRIC WINDOWS

18,990

$

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LMCT 10467 vailable at Mornington Mitsubishi. While stocks last. Mitsubishi Motors Australia reserves the right to extend or modify these offers. Free Auto Upgrade offer available on selected new vehicles purchased and delivered between 17 August and 31 August 2016. Excludes Government, Rental & National Fleet buyers. See participating dealers for full terms and conditions. 1. Free auto upgrade from manual to automatic transmission on ASX 2WD LS, Outlander 2WD LS and Triton GLX+. DIAMOND ADVANTAGE: †NEW VEHICLE WARRANTY: 5 years or 100,000km (whichever occurs first). Service conditions apply. * CAPPED PRICE SERVICING: 4 years or 60,000km (whichever occurs first). Covers all items specified under the standard “Regular Service Table” for normal operating conditions detailed in the service and warranty booklet. Additional service/repair items (if required) are at additional cost. ^ROADSIDE ASSIST (Service conditions apply). For purchases of new Mitsubishi vehicles, your initial 12 ~ month roadside assist will be extended for a period of 12 months from the date of the most recent eligible Capped Price Service for that vehicle performed at an authorised Mitsubishi dealer. Roadside assist, if extended in accordance with these items, is available for a maximum of up to 5 years. Conditions apply. See mitsubishi-motors.com.au for further information. T.A.P. Conditions apply. See in store for details.

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WESTERNPORT HOLDEN'S

DEMO DEMOLITION

SALE

SEE MORE OF THE WORLD WITH HOLDEN Earn Velocity Frequent Flyer Points on a great range of eligible Holdens.

BARGAIN PRICES

Terms and conditions apply. Reward Seats are based on a one-way Economy Reward Seat, and do not include taxes, carrier charges and fees. Subject to availability. To earn and redeem Velocity Points you must be a Velocity member. Velocity membership and Velocity Points earn and redemption are subject to the Member Terms and Conditions, as amended from time to time. See dealer for full terms and conditions.

5 YEAR WARRANTY ON SELECTED DEMOS!

*

1 7, 9 9 0

15,990

$

$

DRIVEAWAY

DRIVEAWAY

FREE

5 YEAR

SPARK LS HATCH

Auto, 14" Wheels, Holden MyLink infotainment system, 7" colour touch-screen, USB input, Siri Eyes Free Mode, 5 Star ANCAP Safety, Daytime running lamps, 6 airbags, 24393

WARRANTY*

CRUZE EQUIPE MY15 SEDAN Auto, Bluetooth, Traction Control, ABS, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Steering, 17" Alloys, Holden MyLink infotainment system, 7" colour touch-screen, USB input. 24317

CRUZE CDX M MY15 Y15 S SEDAN EDAN

Auto, Nitrate Silver, MyLink System with built in app technology, 7" colour touch screen, Rear view camera, Remote start, 17" Alloys, Bluetooth. 24304

3 2, 9 9 0

22,990

$

$

DRIVEAWAY

DRIVEAWAY

5 YEAR

SERVICING 'TIL 2020^

WARRANTY*

20,990

$

34,990

$

DRIVEAWAY

5 YEAR

DRIVEAWAY

5 YEAR

WARRANTY*

COMMODORE VF CALAIS

ASTRA GTC HATCH

Auto, Blind Spot Alert, Leather, USB Connectivity, Elect. Parking Brake, Front Collision Alert, Voice Recognition, Alloys, Bluetooth, Cruise, Rev. Camera, 5 Star Safety Rating, Full Electrics. 24202

Auto, 18" Alloys, Holden MyLink System with 7" screen, Front & Rear Park Assist, Rear Roof Sports Spoiler, Sports Front Seats, Trip Computer, Hill Start Assist, Front & Rear Foglamps. 24290

3 6,990

$

1.6L Turbo-Charged SiDi Direction injection Petrol Engine, 18” Alloys, Triple-layered Power Retractable Fabric Roof, ABS, Bluetooth, Leather Int. 1DD4QD

4 6, 9 9 0

$

DRIVEAWAY

FREE

Automatic, 2.8 Litre 4-Cyl Duramax Turbo Diesel Engine, Holden MyLink infotainment system, 7" colour touch-screen, Sat Nav, 5-star ANCAP Safety Rating, Bluetooth, Cruise, Rear Park Assist, Front seat side impact airbags.

CASCADA CABRIO AUTO TURBO

44,990

$

DRIVEAWAY

COLORADO 4X4 LS CREW CAB

WARRANTY*

DRIVEAWAY

FREE

SERVICING 'TIL 2020^

SSV SPORTS WAGON V8 19” Alloy wheels, Leather, Sat Nav with live traffic updates, MyLink 8” Colour Touch-Screen, Cruise control, Siri Eyes Free and Enhanced Voice Control, Reverse Traffic Alert. 24198

SERVICING 'TIL 2020^

SSV VF REDLINE SEDAN

19” Alloy wheels, MyLink System 8” Colour Touch-Screen, Sat Nav with live traffic updates, Paddle-shift gear selection, Passive Entry and Push Button Start. 24240

ALL COME WITH LOW KMS. ALL COME WITH BALANCE OF NEW CAR WARRANTY.

ST ! 31 ST U G U A S D N E R E F F O Y, R R U H 2041 Frankston-Flinders Rd, HASTINGS

5979 4433 WESTERNPORT HOLDEN Ph: www.westernportholden.com.au “ W H E R E T H E C U S T O M E R A LW AY S W I N S ”

email: info@westernportholden.com.au LMCT10002

^*Terms and Conditions apply. See Westernport Holden for details. Some pictures for illustration purposes only.

Ryan Kissick Business Manager 0418 522 908

Brett Power Gen. Sales Manager 0448 664 375

Colin Beel Des Kissick Corporate Manager Dealer Principal New & Used Western Port News 23 August 2016

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