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Taking the mickey out of Superman WESTERN Port Secondary students are presenting their production of Man of Steel – a Musical Spoof, at 7pm, Thursday 21 and Friday 22 July, in the schools’ Performing Arts Centre. “It has been a great team effort from the many students and staff involved,” producer Donna Nairn said. “We have worked hard to create a positive experience for our students and we hope that we can celebrate their achievements with their families, friends and local community.” Students from all year levels have been involved in roles, including a strong ensemble cast of actors, funky live band, front of house and backstage crews, set construction, makeup and costumes, and publicity. Students from local primary schools are being bussed in to a special matinee dress rehearsal. Tickets are on sale at the office for $2.

Anger over hangar plan Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire is advertising an application to store light aircraft in a shed on land beside Tyabb airfield – even though the shed was built without a planning permit. The decision to exhibit the planning scheme amendment follows a 2014 shire ruling that any decision on use of the site – 62 Stuart Rd, Tyabb – must wait until completion of the Tyabb Air-

field Precinct Plan which is expected to begin in September. Objectors claim the move gives the applicant, Peninsula Aero Club member Ken Ingersoll, “backdoor approval for the hangar in spite of the still-valid 2004 reasons for it not being there”. Tyabb and District Ratepayers’ Group says the use of private land to store aircraft is “an incremental expansion of the airfield”. The group says council has previously “walked away” from seeking a

demolition order “for reasons it cannot satisfactorily explain”. Group members Peter and Val Davis say there is still a VCAT order in force prohibiting use of the land for aircraft storage, which will lapse if the amendment is successful. Mr Ingersoll did not respond to requests by The News for comment. In 2011 Mr Ingersoll was ordered by Frankston Magistrates’ Court to pay a $10,000 “bond” for building the shed without a permit in 2010 and for stor-

ing 11 aircraft on the site. The Victorian Civil Administrative Authority (VCAT) also ordered Mr Ingersoll to cease using the land as an aircraft hangar and remove aircraft stored there. The site specific planning scheme amendment now being proposed by the shire for the low density residential zone land was moved in April by former councillor Lynn Bowden and seconded by Cr David Garnock. In a report to the council’s 11 April meeting strategic planning manager

Allan Cowley said the proposal was to enable use of an “existing building” for private storage of equipment and aircraft by the landowner, despite him being unable to claim ancillary-use rights because he lives in Baxter. He said approvals were “usually limited to people who occupy dwellings on the land” but that, “in this case, it is the [non-resident] landowner who wishes to take up this use and that’s why this amendment enables the relatively minor variation”. Cont Page 7

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In costume: Pupils Chelsea Thompson and Abbi Andrew, both 11, unearth the 25-year-old time capsule at Bittern Primary School’s 100th birthday.

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BITTERN Primary School celebrated its 100th anniversary last week with 100 former pupils and staff members watching as current pupils dressed up and paraded in old-fashioned clothes. Guests included former pupils Rodney Hayne, now a policeman, professional boxer Kane Watts and former principal Colin Stevens. Two other principals attended as

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Prep classroom teacher and junior school coordinator Rebecca Mioduszewski said a highlight of the day was watching school captains Chelsea Thompson and Abbi Andrew – “after a fair bit of digging” – unearthing a 25-year-old time capsule. It contained work books, writing samples and photos from 1992. Afterwards, everyone shared in a birthday cake.

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Car thefts on rise across peninsula Stephen Taylor steve@mpnews.com.au CAR thefts on the Mornington Peninsula shot up to 356 in the year to March – compared with 265 last year and 290 in 2014. At the same time there were 318 reports of malicious damage to cars on the peninsula – up from 260 last year and 244 in 2014. Despite this increase, claims by RACV insurance policy holders on the peninsula for stolen cars have dropped over the past year, according to acting general manager Insurance Mark Geraghty. The insurance provider said it had received 10 claims for stolen cars and 20 claims for deliberately damaged vehicles. Mr Geraghty said the figures “represent a welcome decline in car thefts”. However, figures from the Crime Statistics Agency on Thursday show car thefts have jumped 30 per cent. Victoria Police recorded 18,853 vehicle thefts across the state in 2015 – 13.5 per cent higher than the previous year. Thefts from motor vehicles also jumped to an average of more than 150 a day, with 89 per cent of those offences not being solved, according to a Crime Statistics Agency news release in March.

Mr Geraghty said the data highlighted the need for motorists to take steps to protect their cars. “Don’t underestimate a thief’s determination,” he said. “More than five per cent of RACV vehicle theft claims last year involved the thief stealing car keys from inside a house before taking the vehicle. “Don’t leave your car keys in plain view – even inside your own home.” Mr Geraghty said that keys were sometimes left in the car’s ignition or elsewhere in a car in a locked garage, making it easy for a thief who has broken into the garage. The cost of vehicle damage caused by vandals and thieves also rose last year. The average RACV claim increased to more than $3000 and more than $3 million was paid to cover claims from its members. Mr Geraghty said most malicious damage resulted from vandals breaking into vehicles, smashing windows, keying or scratching and denting bonnets and car roofs. “Car thieves favour the Nissan Skyline3, but the vehicle most frequently targeted by vandals was the Mazda CX-7,” Mr Geraghty said, using figures based on the number of RACV insurance policies on each model, compared to the number of insurance claims for theft. “Many people wrongly assume night is the danger time for damage to

be inflicted and for cars to be stolen, but RACV claims data shows that car thieves are most active between 6amnoon and vehicle vandals are mostly active during daylight. However, they can strike at any time and motorists should identify safe places to park at all times. “If you have to park on the street, do so in a well-lit, busy location. It’s important that you take your valuables and accessories with you, make sure your windows are up and lock the vehicle.” Mr Geraghty said that with the average car theft claim costing more than $12,000 and malicious damage costs escalating, motorists should ensure they have the right insurance cover to avoid costs. Frankston rated 10th among RACV car theft insurance claim areas, with 31 claims. The RACV Insurance’s top five tips for protecting your car: Avoid parking on the street where possible; Park in a busy well-lit area; Lock your garage after parking your car and do not leave the key in your vehicle; Do not leave valuable items in plain sight – this may result in someone attempting to break into your car; Do not leave your vehicle unattended on the street or in a public car park for long.

Have a heart: Associate Professor Jamie Layland is one of few doctors to have inserted an absorbable heart stent into a patient.

Heart stent a world first AN absorbable heart stent was inserted in a Peninsula Health patient. This breakthrough for the health service was achieved by Associate Professor Jamie Layland, one of a few cardiologists in the world who has inserted this new absorbable stent. He and fellow cardiologist Robert Lew, also of Peninsula Health, are part of a worldwide team investigating the use of absorbable stents in patients with heart disease. A stent is a small mesh tube used to treat narrow arteries in the heart. Traditionally, a metal-based stent is placed in an artery of patients undergoing a coronary angioplasty – a procedure which opens blocked arteries and restores normal blood flow to the heart. “The absorbable stent is similar to the traditional version, but it has the benefit of dissolving after the device

has served its purpose,” Prof Layland said. "This is a revolutionary advance in the treatment of coronary artery disease. "The absorbable stent will open an arterial blockage just like a metallic stent, but then it dissolves over time, allowing the artery to return to a more natural state.” The radical new stent dissolves in around two years – compared with traditional metal stents which remain in a patient’s body for life. The stent is made of a degradable material which is designed to stay intact before breaking down over the years. Coronary artery disease is a major health concern with absorbable stents expected to benefit many patients in Frankston and on the Mornington Peninsula.

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NEWS DESK Op shop celebrates AFTER a decade of service and $100,000 in donations, Western Port Opportunity Shop is celebrating its 10th anniversary. At 149 Disney St, Crib Point, the shop is helped by members of the community through donations and purchases of goods and clothing. They are also willing volunteers whose numbers are augmented by members of Uniting Church congregations at Balnarring, Crib Point and Hastings. At the end of each financial year a percentage of the shop’s profits are allocated as grants to the local community, and donations made to charities. A list of these donations and grants is on display in the shop. Applications for grants are being accepted now and forms are available from the shop at 149 Disney St, Crib Point. Opening hours are 9.30am12.30pm, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and 10.30am-3.30pm, Saturday.

Economic breakfast THE Mornington Peninsula’s economy and tourism will be the subject of a talk by Mornington Peninsula Shire’s economic development and tourism manager Tania Treasure at next Wednesday’s Somerville Tyabb Rotary business breakfast. Ms Treasure will outline how the shire supports peninsula businesses. The Rotary Business Breakfast 7am-8.15am Wednesday 27 July 27, is at Tillys at Tyabb, 1552 Frankston Flinders Rd, Tyabb. Cost: $10 includes breakfast and tea or coffee. Bookings: trybooking.com/214442 or call Su Pilkington: 0419 283 363.

Beach ramp over final financial hurdle THE final financial steps are in place for a viewing platform and beach access ramp to be built overlooking the beach at Point Leo. A project of the Disabled Surfers Association Mornington Peninsula branch, the platform will be at the end of a boardwalk running from the lifesaving club to the beach. The six metre square viewing deck will be open to the public and also provide lifesavers with uninterrupted views along the beach. Steps and a wheelchair access ramp will run from the deck to the sand, making Point Leo the first surf beach on the peninsula to have all abilities access. Plans for the boardwalk and viewing platform have been lodged with Mornington Peninsula Shire and the DSAMP hopes it will be built by mid-2017. The $80-90,000 for the boardwalk, viewing deck and beach access has come from the DSAMP, Point Leo Foreshore Committee, Mornington Peninsula Shire, Australian Government (Stronger Community grant) and Point Leo Surf Life Saving Club. John Bowers, who has been coordinating the project for the DSAMP, said it would bring “significant benefits” to all beach users. “Further access to the beach from the platform will be available using our free loan purpose built Sand Cruiser wheelchairs,” he said. “The viewing platform will provide lifesavers with a full unimpeded view of the beach as well as providing a marshalling platform for wheelchair participants to view the activities on DSAMP event days.

The all abilities access ramp and boardwalk will make it easier for wheelchairs to be taken to the beach at Point Leo.

“From there, wheelchair bound surfing participants will enjoy watching the beach activities while waiting for their turn to surf instead of waiting at the lifesaving club where there is no beach view." Mr Bowers said 21 per cent of peo-

ple on the Mornington Peninsula were over 65, well above the 2011 state average of 14.2 per cent. “The Frankston-Mornington Peninsula catchment has one of the highest proportions of older people in Australia,” he said.

“Using the Australia wide established figure of 19 per cent of our population living with a disability, it would be expected that out of the peninsula’s 125,000 residents there are about 23,750 with a disability.” Keith Platt

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Final figures in for shire Paris trip TWO Mornington Peninsula Shire councillors who attended a United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris late last year have fulfilled their requirements to report on the trip and itemise their expenses. Councillors Hugh Fraser and the mayor Graeme Pittock spent 10 days in Paris and attended several other sessions, including the climate summit for local leaders and seminars on renewable energy, smart cities, waste, urban agriculture, low carbon development and water and climate finance. At the Monday 11 July council meeting, Cr Pittock said it was worth noting that there had been no conference fees, no public transport costs, and that many things on the trip had been largely “gratis”. The itemised expenses, which included $2976 each on accommodation and $2400 each on airfares, came to $6769.60 for Cr Pittock, while Cr Fraser's came to $6225.99. The amounts have been attributed to the councillors' conferences and seminars account. The shire’s renewable resources team leader, Jessica Wingad, also attended. The councillors provided a public presentation in the council chambers at Rosebud on 12 December and provided conference material and a summary of their experience. The pair's attendance saw the shire invited to commit to a Compact of Mayors – a global coalition of mayors and city officials committed to reducing greenhouse gas emission and other efforts to reduce climate change. A report by mayor and councillor support officer Tracie Cook noted that by providing an itemised list of expenditure, the pair had fully complied with requirements of a council directive on 23 November last year that they provide “a fully itemised expenditure report” after their trip. Liz Bell

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Whales are breaking records WHALE watchers are recording the “busiest season on record” as sightings pour in from Western Port and Port Phillip. “The 2016 whale season has turned into a record breaker around our bays. We’ve just had our busiest weekend of sightings ever,” said Dolphin Research Institute, research officer David Donnelly said on Wednesday. “Winter in our bays and surrounding coastal waters has become something of a busy time for keen whale watchers. Large whales are now so regular in our waters that sightings have become an expectation rather than a novelty.” Mr Donnelly said although “hunted to the edge of extinction during the industrial whaling era, humpback and southern right whales are making a comeback, though the latter still

has a long way to go” He said the east coast population of humpback whales is expected to reach 26,000 animals this season “which is close to the estimated pre-whaling numbers”. “The news is not so great for the slow to reproduce southern right whale, with their southeast Australian numbers estimated to be between just 224 and 251 individuals.” Mr Donnelly said up to 16 whales were sighted in the preceding weekend, bringing the number to 56 since 16 June 16. This time last year there had been 33 validated sightings. “Whether this is a case of more whales, more people looking or a bit of both is yet to be determined but one thing’s for sure, whales never fail to attract the attention of the public,” he said.

Mr Donnelly said reports had also been made of vessels approaching too close to migrating whales. State whale watching regulations limit boats to being no closer than 200 metres. Jet skis and other smaller craft were limited to 300 metres. The Two Bays Whale Project is a citizen science project being run by the Dolphin Research Institute and Wildlife Coast Cruises for the public to report whale sightings and contribute images to a centralised database. The data is used to compare sighting rates, monitor changes in behaviour and give an overall understanding of trends in numbers of visiting animals. Log your whale sightings at www.dolphinresearch.org.au

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Who you gonna call? Neil Walker neil@mpnews.com.au A FACEBOOK group dedicated to hunting down feral and stray cats has denied it encourages the killing of domestic pets. The Cat Busters page on Facebook sprang to prominence on Friday (15 July) thanks to a flyer posted in letterboxes in the Frankston area urging cat owners to keep pets indoors since Cat Busters “is in your area�. “Domestic cats kill millions of native birds, reptiles and mammals every year in Australia,� the flyer stated. “Cat Busters catches cats. In suburban areas this includes the use of cage and leg-hold traps.� The flyer warned cats “may be shot on sight� if found wandering free during curfew times. The Cat Busters Facebook page shows several

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photos of dead feral cats shot by hunters. When contacted by The Times via Facebook, Cat Busters group representative Matt Trim said Cat Busters “do not kill domestic cats�. “We don’t shoot in residential areas. We’re not vigilantes – we are just assisting local government authorities with their animal control measures, in the same way they themselves do it.� He confirmed the group is not based in Frankston. “Most recently we’ve been in Melbourne and Sydney, where cats are a major problem. “We have contributors and supporters in every capital city, except Hobart, and many regional areas. “So far we’ve trapped in 57 different council areas, but we have just been given 50 new traps by a new supporter so we hope to expand our assistance program.�

Home raid AN aggravated burglary at Langwarrin, Thursday 7 July is being investigated by Southern Metro Region Crime Team detectives. Three men partially masked and wearing gloves forced their way into a Warrandyte Rd home about 2.30am. They stole the keys to three cars, and then stole a white 2012 Holden Cruze, registration 1CV5BM, and a white VL Holden Commodore sedan, registration 68324H on heritage plates. The cars were driven off in different directions. Police media’s Leonie Johnson said the family slept on undistributed and discovered the cars missing in the morning. CCTV shows one of the men wearing a Quiksilver hooded jumper and a second wearing jeans and thongs. Anyone with any information should call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at crimestoppersvic.com.au

Night moves: Three men in camouflage outfits, wearing gloves and carrying bolt cutters, outside the Langwarrin house.

The Western Port Whisperer THE Whisperer is happy to report that he is no longer missing in action, but has had to deal with the pesky flu which surfaces about this time every year. Mrs Whisperer claimed he was suffering from a case of the Man Flu, but has retracted these comments on the basis she is now sick with the flu. *** With every new financial year, comes the usual self-promotion by all levels of government regarding the exciting new projects about to be constructed in the local area. We always love to hear more about what all levels of government are doing to improve our lives, but one can’t help but point out the irony on Salmon Street, Hastings, where a sign adjacent to the library promotes a new roundabout at the intersection of Salmon, Elizabeth and Herring Streets. Anyone who uses this intersection would be aware this roundabout was installed in 2013 (this detail is confirmed by the signage still up announcing the project). The Whisperer can’t help but wonder when does a completed project stop being promoted as a new project? Surely three years does not count by most people’s standards. *** With the recent inclement weather, one can’t help but show concern at the number of trees falling on roads and subsequently pulling down adjacent powerlines with them. It is supposed to be the responsibility of relevant authorities to maintain trees and prevent them from falling on powerlines. Issues with powerlines was one of the key concerns raised in the Black Saturday Royal Commission, yet it seems to be an issue where local authorities have once again take their eyes off the issue.

*** Pull out your diaries ladies and gentlemen, because the shire is having a once a year visit from the key players from the Rosebud offices. Expected guests at the meeting include the top brass of local politics, including the CEO, heads of the major department groups, the councillors and you, if you choose to come to the meeting. The Whisperer hopes there are plenty of maps to go around so our dignitaries can find their way to Hastings. In a bid to help save the planet, the Whisperer would suggest hiring a bus to save on all the emissions, but doubts this is a good idea. Assuming the driver of the bus would be a council contractor, they’d probably have trouble finding Hastings too. *** The Whisperer has heard a lot of complaints about Frankston- Flinders Road in Somerville, especially the section of surface which is peeling off like skin after a hot summer’s day. The saga is one The Whisperer has been following with great intrigue. The irony of the entire situation is VicRoads encouraging people to use Coolart Road is an alternative to Frankston-Flinders Road. Coolart Road has a history of having a surface like a cheese grater. Nonetheless, drive safe folks, and use some common sense. If you don’t need to use Frankston-Flinders Road, don’t use it and then complain about chipped windscreens. You have been warned! *** HEARD any Whispers? Let the Whisperer know at: westernportwhisperer@gmail.com


(not Cat Busters) Frankston Council expressed concern over any illegal trapping of domestic animals. “If residents are concerned about stray cats on their property, they should contact council, as we can provide safe equipment for capturing animals, which must then be handed in to the council,” Mayor Cr James Dooley said in a statement. “Frankston has had a night curfew implemented since 1996, whereby cats must be confined to their property from sunset to sunrise.” Cats are more likely to look for mates, defend territory and hunt wildlife from dusk until dawn. Council has 42 “welfare approved cat cages” available for loan to Frankston residents who need “to catch stray cats in an acceptable manner”. Mr Trim said Cat Busters supporters do not use leg-hold traps in Victoria despite the flyer

distributed in Frankston claiming otherwise. “That’s a national flyer – we don’t print them out differently for each state. “We don’t lay them in Victoria. Others do, for foxes, and cats are sometimes caught in them. In Victoria they are used for dogs, foxes and rabbits.” He said group members do shoot cats “for control around rural properties”. Cr Dooley said anyone concerned about the illegal trapping of domestic animals should contact the RSPCA or police to investigate. Frankston Council currently has 21 cat cages out on loan and 567 cats were impounded over the past 12 months. The Lost Dogs Home and Cat Shelter rehouses lost and stray cats. The Cat Busters page, live since September last year, had 145 likes on Friday morning and 187 likes at the time of publication.

Station wagon stolen A VOLKSWAGEN car valued $20,000 was stolen from outside a property on MorningtonFlinders Rd, Red Hill, overnight Sunday 17 July. The 2012 silver station wagon, registration ZNA257, was said to have been locked.

his attackers. They are appealing for witnesses to the incident. Anyone with information on any of these incidents is asked to call Mornington Peninsula CIU 59781300.

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A HASTINGS motorist parked outside a convenience store in Frankston-Flinders Rd, Hastings, was confronted by two men who fired paint ball pellets into his car, 2.50pm, Saturday 16 July. The 20-year-old victim knew his attackers, who were driving a white Commodore. Police said the orange paint pellets damaged the car.

FRANKSTON Embona Armed Robbery Taskforce detectives are appealing for public assistance after an armed robber intimidated staff at the Aldi supermarket in Carrum Downs, 7.10pm, Sunday 10 July. The man dressed all in black – but wearing distinctive red runners – menaced a female staff member with a knife while demanding cash. Shoppers looked on fearfully. CCTV footage at the store on FrankstonDandenong Rd shows the man flicking the knife near the woman’s face before fleeing on foot. No one was injured during the incident.

Cash, jewellery stolen CASH and jewellery valued at $10,500 were stolen from a house being renovated in Bradford Rd, Mt Martha, overnight Saturday 16 July. The thieves scaled temporary fencing before forcing the front door and stealing the items from boxes.

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Garden gear raided A TRAILER containing mowers and gardening equipment valued at $17,000 was stolen from outside a Summerhill Crescent, Mt Eliza, house overnight Saturday 16 July. The mowers are a Wight ride-on mower and a Husqvarna push mower.

Skate park bashing A TOOTGAROOK man at a skate park in Nepean Highway, Rosebud, was assaulted and robbed, 5.30pm, Saturday 16 July. The 21-yearold was approached by two men who repeatedly punched him before stealing his jacket and mobile phone charger. When the victim demanded the items back he was further punched and his mobile phone stolen. Police said the victim knew

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Anger over plan change for hangar Continued from Page 1 Mr Cowley described the proposal “as a relatively minor change [in the context of the forthcoming precinct plan] that “can be considered on its own merits”. He said it was “fair to say that we are going to put it on exhibition to see what the community’s reaction is and, if there’s a higher level of opposition, then council will again get the opportunity to consider it before it goes further”. But objectors say the success of the amendment would over-ride any further action to demolish the illegal shed – flying in the face of previous shire litigation against it. Mr Cowley said the shed’s “interim use” as a private hangar would not prejudice the precinct plan. He said he considered the amendment application “reasonable” as it would “enable comment by other parties”. He told council the shed “was previously the subject of enforcement action regarding use of the building as a commercial hangar”. Hearings for removing the shed had been deferred by VCAT pending broader consideration of issues relating to the airfield “and was no long-

er in force”. Peter Davis said technical details in the advertisement related only to the planning scheme, giving no indication of the scope of, or reason for, the amendment. “The amendment seeks to undo the work previously undertaken by the shire,” Mr Davis said. “And the councillors were not made aware of the true status of the VCAT orders on the shed [when being asked to approve the amendment]. “The shire planners determined in 2004 when refusing the original permit that the proposed use was a de facto expansion of the airfield allowing non-residents to store multiple aircraft on residential land. “Subsequent events have proved that reasoning to be correct and nothing has changed.” Mr Davis said that with work about to start on the precinct plan it was “premature and potentially prejudicial to facilitate an ad hoc request at this time”. “There should be no amendment but, rather, the previous demolition action taken by the shire in VCAT … should be reinstated,” Mr Davis said.

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cliffs at Mt Martha (often pursued on the ground by by-laws officer), from Flinders to Cape Schanck and around Portsea and Point Nepean. He laughingly admits “every land is a crash landing” and remembers the difficulty in scaling high security fences around the Quarantine Station at Point Nepean. There were also “28, or was it 36” circles in a downward spiral from 8000 foot above Double Island Point in Queensland.

Nowadays, he still surfs and has decided to go back to the boats, albeit concentrating on the paddle steamers that in the late 1800s plied Port Phillip, such as the Weeroona, Hygeia, Ozone, Lonsdale and the Golden Crown. Photos and dimensions are available on the internet, along with their histories. An accomplished cartoonist, he chooses his own colours. The latest crop of models is

mounted on mirrors instead of being framed. “I wanted to make Australian boats, especially those that had something to do with the bay,” Lippiat says. Inspiration also came after reading a book about shipwrecks on Victoria’s west coast. More definite ideas come in the form of photographs sent by boat owners commissioning him to make them a model of their pride and joy. Lippiat reaches for an iPad to call

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Open gardens TWO gardens in Mornington and one at Flnders will be open to the public as part of this year’s Garden Designfest. The three gardens are among 30 professionally designed, private gardens that will be open , 12 and 13 November. The three Mornington Peninsula gardens are the Eugene Milligan and Steve Taylor gardens at

Mornington and Rick Eckersley’s Musk Creek Farm at Flinders “Victorians love to visit the beautiful gardens of other people to gain inspiration and ideas, or simply to have a good old sticky beak at a garden which is otherwise closed to the public,” organiser David Maiden said. Garden Designfest is conducted by Rotary and all money raised is given to charity, including the new Monash Children’s Hospital, Sporting Chance Cancer Foundation and the Murdoch Childrens Health Foundation. Details: www. Gardendesignfest.com.au

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LETTERS

Are we getting the councillors we deserve? As we approach this October’s local government elections it is appropriate to assess our locally elected councillors on their performances over the past four years. Having attended many unproductive Mornington Peninsula Shire Council (MPSC) meetings I have formed the following view on what makes for a “good councillor”. Representation – do your councillors try their best on your behalf or just go through the motions? Conscientious – do your councillors listen to you and bother to investigate your concerns? Courage – do your councillors stand up and vote on your behalf, despite pressures from other councillors? Effectiveness – do your councillors properly question officers and ensure all the facts are available before voting? Integrity – do your councillors practise open decision making or hide behind the committee system? Do they allow officers to misuse Freedom of Information and other transparency requirements? I haven’t mentioned policies because the obvious MPSC voting blocks make a mockery of all election pledges or policy statements. If you want to know about your local ward councillor a study of their voting patterns is essential. Much, however, is dealt with in committee and divisions are seldom called, so your councillors mainly escape scrutiny. We are left not knowing what they stand for on most issues of importance to us. As residents and ratepayers do we deserve officer-driven user pays special charge schemes, unusually large development proposals in our smaller towns and villages, councillor’s overseas trips and overspending of set allowances on personal matters? Your vote for new councillors in October would be a good start in cleaning up what I regard as a poorly performing council. David Gill, Balnarring

Answers for all I wish to express my concern and frustration at the handling of questions during public question time at Mornington Peninsula Shire Council meetings. I attended the meeting of 14 June where three questions regarding the Somers footpath network special charge scheme were answered by the chief executive officer and chief operating officer. Eight other questions were then censored, not read out, modified and later included in the meeting’s minutes. It would seem that some questions were in fact replied to in writing by council officers, but they apparently have not been made available to councillors or to the residents and general public in the gallery at the meeting. As an agenda Item surely council, when asking for public questions, should ensure the responses are open and transparent.

I was present again at the 11 July meeting where all 15 questions regarding the Somers footpath scheme were again not read out. Thankfully, Cr Bev Colomb requested they be included in the minutes. I fully realise the matter is subject to a potential VCAT hearing but some questions were very general and simply required a yes or no answer - hardly something that could influence or jeopardise a VCAT outcome. I am concerned that council officers seem to be able to decide which questions (if any) can be asked and which cannot. Are they trying to sweep something under the carpet keeping both councillors and residents in the dark? Andrew Satchwell, Somers

Right of reply John Cain of McCrae is a regular contributor and his last couple of letters warrant a response. He sees fit to denigrate conservative leaders from Menzies to Turnbull, while roundly applauding their Labor counterparts and Labor accomplishments. He accuses the conservatives of xenophobia, interference with our national health system, invading foreign nations and various other nefarious activities. He further accuses Malcolm Turnbull of planning to dismantle our Medicare system despite zero, repeat zero, supportive evidence. Where are the angry press releases? Where are the statements from the outraged medical profession? There is nothing to substantiate these misleading and untrue claims. He further suggests that multi-millionaires such as Turnbull are not to be trusted. Does his view also extend to Kevin Rudd and others in the Labor ranks that fall into that category? He also makes a spurious claim in regard to the CFA issue that there are not many Labor supporters in volunteer ranks. How could he ever arrive at that conclusion? His letters are, by and large, no more than socialist rants, devoid of fairness or substance. Apparently Mr Cain’s views are arrived at after bouts of self-confessed “navel gazing”. A practice he would be well advised to reconsider, as it obviously leads to biased left wing commentary. Those of us with a more balanced outlook might even agree with his statements about Whitlam’s Medicare initiative and certain reforms undertaken during the Hawke/Keating era. What he fails to acknowledge is the undeniable fact of basic left wing mismanagement. Six chaotic years of Rudd/Gillard/Rudd Labor is still fresh in our minds and a Labor government would be a step back in time to a place very few of us would want to return. It appears that the electorate has followed Mr Cain’s advice and indeed used their votes wisely. Neville Congress, Rosebud

Noise not new The news that Nepean MP Martin Dixon recently spoke at a meeting of Safety Beach and

Dromana residents for quieter freeways made me laugh out loud (“Residents clamour for freeway quiet”, The News 5/7/16). Correct me if I am wrong, but wasn’t Mr Dixon first voted in as the state member for Dromana in 1996 and then re-elected for Nepean in subsequent years? Has it seriously taken 20 years for our state MP to start effectively agitating about the lack of noise reducing measures on the Mornington Peninsula freeway? Sorry, but that is just inexcusable Mr Dixon. If you hadn’t already noticed that particular road cuts through the middle of Dromana, McCrae and part of Rosebud and is bordered by houses all the way on each side and not a sound proof fence in sight. Yet another example of our state and federal politicians making little or no effort representing community concerns in their safe Liberal seat. The lack of noise abatement sound walls from Safety Beach to Rosebud should have been addressed years ago, even before Peninsula Link was constructed. Expecting some results on this issue Mr Dixon, you have had long enough. Kathryn Downs, Dromana

We need unions As the former US President Teddy Rooseveldt said “It is essential that there should be organisation of labour. This is an era of organisation of capital organisation and therefore labour must organise”. So in Australia we have the organisation of labour (ACTU) and the other union, organisation of capital. Another US president, Woodrow Wilson, said “if there are men in this country big enough to own the government of the USA, they are going to own it”. So from where I am standing I say bring on the workers’ union power because Australia would never ever have had the current safety net and services that hold us together as a civil society if it had been up to the corporate unions. Our wages (no real wages growth for three years) and conditions are under threat (mantra: cut the red tape) and services eroded under guise of economic reform. Who is at the table to discuss economic reform? Not the workers’ union but the corporate union and they are set on reforming wages and conditions, or what else they see as unsustainable. The biggest scare campaign of all - “Australia’s credit rating under threat, we must economically reform” - is going to make the carbon price scare campaign look like a Sunday school outing. All our hard fought gains in services and wages and conditions under the gun. Evelyn Taylor, Tootgarook

Car shock to come If Malcolm Turnbull had been the leader of a minority government it would have been the least of his worries come 2017 when the big three car manufacturers close up shop, putting thousands out of work. Many will struggle to find well paying jobs and this will also effect those in industries that supply car parts, transport and the many shops and organisations that depend for their income on these workers spending their pay cheques. Further complications will be the negative

effect on taxation income, higher dole payments and reduced share prices which in turn will decrease the value of superannuation schemes and thus affect millions. Bill Shorten should be thankful he and the ALP lost the election and will not have to deal with this mess, an economic disaster in the making caused by the decision of Tony Abbott, Joe Hockey and the LNP government to discourage the car manufacturers that resulted in their closure. Graeme Parrott, Somerville

The coal equation While the issue of global warming and the bleaching of corals in the Great Barrier Reef is continually talked about and now that [Flinders MP] Greg Hunt has been returned to office, presumably to keep the portfolio of Environment Minister, I must again ask: How can he justify allowing the proposed Adani Carmichael coal mine in Queensland to go ahead? There is very significant evidence – backed by many scientists and Terry Hughes, director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies in Townsville - that current coral bleaching event is the worst in history and is due to two main factors: a record El Nino event (exacerbated by climate change) and global warming caused by CO2 emissions. Does Mr Hunt agree that any additional CO2 emissions, such as from coal mining and therefore the burning of this coal, will have a long and lasting detrimental effect on our climate and thus a detrimental effect on coral reefs? Mr Hunt must clearly state his position on the millions of tonnes of CO2 emissions the Adani mine will generate and say whether he believes it will have a detrimental effect on our environment? Andrew Raff, Tuerong

Penbus: still waiting I was disappointed to read that Nepean MP Martin Dixon has only now received ministerial briefing notes under FoI regarding Penbus. (“Facts about Penbus” Letters 12/7/16). He has had since 2013 to chase recurrent funding and has been fully aware of the situation from the beginning and has done nothing about it. As stated in my previous letter, Penbus directly affects disadvantaged students in Rosebud and the southern peninsula and I make no apologies in again stating that federal funding was not renewed nor was it extended to at least the end of 2015. Frankly,I am heartily sick of this very important service being used as a political football by both state and federal government representatives and do not apologise for the timing of my letter. It is July and at this stage there is still no recurrent funding from any source for next year. Actions speak louder than words and I do not care which party delivers the recurrent funding as long as it happens. Doris Campbell, president Mornington Peninsula Ratepayers and Residents Association Letters to the editor can be sent to The News, PO Box 588, Hastings 3915 or emailed to: team@mpnews.com.au Letters should be kept to a maximum 300 words and include name, address and contact phone number for verification purposes.

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Hastings 5 Hodgins Street Close To All The perfect family home close to everything and including 3BR’s with BIR’s, separate bathroom and laundry, main living area adjoins the kitchen and dining room. Kitchen has gas cooking & good storage

space. There are polished boards throughout and carpet to bedrooms. Gas heating & air-conditioning, and outside is the low maintenance backyard set behind tall gates with a storage shed.

Bittern 4 Charlotte Stacey Place Peaceful Four Bedroom Home Set on 2 acres of lush gardens (maintained at owners expense), this home comprises of a large study with built in desk, formal lounge, massive games room, casual dinning and sitting area, sun room,

laundry with drying room, timber flooring, ducted heating and air-conditioning.The main bedroom has a walk in dressing room + FES with spa and three more bedrooms all have a private balcony!

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Hastings 14 William Street

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Three bedroom family home

For Lease $290 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au

Moments from the town, this bright and sunny 3BR home features an open plan lounge, dining and kitchen which has electric cooking & dishwasher. Seperate bathroom and laundry, air-conditioning and

lovely timber floors throughout. The rear yard has a paved entertaining area overlooking the spacious rear yard, and there is a single carport plusgarden shed. Inspection is a must.

Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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For Lease $330 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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For Lease $695 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au

Hastings 104 Salmon Street

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If It’s Privacy You’re After Quaint 3BR home, surrounded by high fences for privacy and featuring a huge front garden area. All bedrooms have BIR’s and share the main bathroom, there is open plan living with meals area and a kitchen, gas

space heater & air-conditioning is available. Separate laundry opens to the backyard. Close to the the marina, shops & supermarkets, schools, gym & swimming pool. This one will not last long!

Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

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For Lease $350 Per Week View By Appointment www.harcourts.com.au Hastings Office P 03 5970 7333 hastings@harcourts.com.au Harcourts Hastings 10/14 High Street

Our Team, Your Reassurance

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

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BITTERN

P.O.A

TWO LEFT

HASTINGS

$410,000 PLUS

UNDER OFFER

HASTINGS

OFFERS OVER $390,000

UNDER OFFER

A NEW LIFESTYLE AWAITS

VALUE FOR MONEY

NEAT AND TIDY THREE BEDROOM HOME

â&#x20AC;˘5 quality villas starting construction April/May 2016 â&#x20AC;˘3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, â&#x20AC;˘IRRWFHLOLQJV â&#x20AC;˘Ceasar stone bench tops â&#x20AC;˘Double garage â&#x20AC;˘Stamp duty savings

â&#x20AC;˘2SHQSODQNLWFKHQZLWKVVWHHODSSOLDQFHVLQFGLVKZDVKHU â&#x20AC;˘Main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite â&#x20AC;˘Two more bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;˘3ULYDWHIXOO\IHQFHG\DUG â&#x20AC;˘'RXEOHJDUDJHZLWKUHDUDFFHVV

â&#x20AC;˘3 Bedrooms with BIRs, central bathroom â&#x20AC;˘Lounge room with GDH & air conditioner â&#x20AC;˘Large backyard with shed which has power â&#x20AC;˘Double garage with access through to the backyard â&#x20AC;˘Let until December 2016 returning approx $300pw

DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

CRIB POINT

$440,000 PLUS

DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

HASTINGS

$395,000 PLUS

HASTINGS

$320,000

NEW LISTING

38 Milne Street

74 Reid Parade

4 Ladava Court

FOUR BEDROOM FAMILY HOME

GORGEOUS AND SPACIOUS

VALUE PLUS

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â&#x20AC;˘3 bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, huge main bedroom â&#x20AC;˘Updated country style kitchen â&#x20AC;˘3ROLVKHGĂ RRUERDUGVWKURXJKRXWWLOHGĂ RRUVWRZHWDUHDV â&#x20AC;˘9HUDQGDKVDWIURQWDQGUHDURIKRPH â&#x20AC;˘3OHQW\RISDUNLQJVSDFHSOXVVLQJOHJDUDJHDWUHDU

â&#x20AC;˘3 bedrooms home â&#x20AC;˘Heating and cooling â&#x20AC;˘Galley kitchen with meals area â&#x20AC;˘Separate lounge area recently painted throughout â&#x20AC;˘Landscaped garden with vegie patch and shed

,163(&76$785'$<30 SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

,163(&76$785'$<$030 DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

,163(&76$785'$<30 DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

HASTINGS

OFFERS INVITED OVER $295,000

CRIB POINT

$599,000 PLUS CRIB POINT

NEW LISTING

$639,000 PLUS

NEW LISTING

182 Hodgins Road

CENTRAL LOCATION - SUBDIVIDE STCA!

SOMETHING FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY - HALF ACRE PLUS

THIS IS THE ONE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR!

â&#x20AC;˘3 Bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Â&#x2021;:HOODSSRLQWHGNLWFKHQSOHQW\RIEHQFKFXSERDUGVSDFH â&#x20AC;˘Separate living and dining areas â&#x20AC;˘Updated bathroom â&#x20AC;˘Situated on approximately 700sqm

â&#x20AC;˘All bedrooms with built in robes â&#x20AC;˘Open plan living & dining upstairs â&#x20AC;˘Huge rumpus room opening to entertaining area â&#x20AC;˘90sqm shed with work shop, enclosed BBQ hut with bar â&#x20AC;˘Double car port and circular drive way

â&#x20AC;˘Situated on 3300sqm (approx) block â&#x20AC;˘%HGURRPVPDLQZLWKZDONLQUREHDQGHQVXLWH â&#x20AC;˘Renovated bathrooms â&#x20AC;˘6HOIFRQWDLQHGEXQJDORZ â&#x20AC;˘Shed with rear access

SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

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HASTINGS

OFFERS INVITED

NEW LISTING

CRIB POINT

$330,000 NEGOTIABLE HASTINGS

$340,000 PLUS

NEW LISTING

6 /41 Lormier Street

SUBDIVIDE, REPAIR OR REDEVELOP!

QUIET, CONVENIENT TOWNHOUSE

PRIME INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

â&#x20AC;˘Good sized block in quiet residential street â&#x20AC;˘2ULJLQDOEHGURRPKRPHKDVEHHQGDPDJHGE\Ă&#x20AC;UH â&#x20AC;˘EHGURRPFRWWDJHDWUHDURISURSHUW\LVLQOLYHDEOH condition and currently leased

â&#x20AC;˘3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and ensuite â&#x20AC;˘Open plan living with kitchen area â&#x20AC;˘4XDOLW\DSSOLDQFHVDQGĂ&#x20AC;WWLQJVDVVWDQGDUGWKURXJKRXW â&#x20AC;˘'RXEOHUHPRWHJDUDJH â&#x20AC;˘Let on month to month basis on $325 per week

â&#x20AC;˘3 bedrooms all with built in robes â&#x20AC;˘3ROLVKHGWLPEHUĂ RRUV â&#x20AC;˘/RXQJHDUHDDQGNLWFKHQZLWKTXDOLW\DSSOLDQFHV â&#x20AC;˘*DVZDOOIXUQDFH â&#x20AC;˘Lndscaped gardens and sheds outside

,163(&76$785'$<30 DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

DON McKENZIE 0419 955 177

SEAN CRIMMINS 0411 734 814

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 12

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A FREE TRIP “OVERSEAS” TO EXCLUSIVE FRENCH ISLAND! When you exclusively list your property with us during the month of July* A one night stay for two people in an ensuite cabin at the Tortoise Head Guest House on exclusive French Island. Includes: your ferry fare, dinner, bottle of French Island wine, cooked breakfast with early check in and late check out, so you can make the most of your stay.

CONTACT US ON 5979 3555 TODAY FOR FURTHER DETAILS *Available to every new client who lists their property exclusively with us in July - minimum of 90 days *Bookings subject to availability

FABULOUS FORESHORE

SPACIOUS & MODERN

HASTINGS 5/28 Skinner Street

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BRAND NEW AT THE WATER FRONT

This exquisite townhouse is sure to please those seeking a coastal position. Designed with two separate living zones to provide privacy for the family or guests, the main open plan living is enhanced by direct access to your own private balcony with double sliding doors. Three spacious bedrooms include amin with ensuite & WIR, kitchen boasts Smeg appliances, granite benchtops and a large island bench. Outside features paved area for entertaining, garden shed & landscaped gardens.

PRICE VIEW

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BIGGER, BETTER & MORE LUXURIOUS

$550,000 Offers Over Wednesday 12:30-1:30pm Saturday 3:00-4:00pm

AGENT

BITTERN 9/75 Hendersons Road

Richard Whitehead 0412 328 718

This near new 20sq (approx.) villa offers an abundance of eye-popping features including:  Q 6 year Builder’s Warranty Q3 large bedrooms main with WIR & ensuite QKitchen with Caesar stone bench-tops QS/steel appliances inc. 900mm oven & stove QGas ducted heating & air-conditioning QLarge rear garden plus patio & water tank QDouble lock up garage with internal access

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Ensconced in leafy Bittern, close to the local township making this secluded villa the convenient lifestyle you have been looking for.

CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT 5979 3555

CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT 5979 3555

CENTURY 21 AGENTS SMARTER BOLDER FASTER

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UNDER CONTRACT

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AUCTION IF NOT SOLD PRIOR

MOUNT MARTHA 340 Craigie Road

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

Rosebud Auction this Saturday

Auction

1235-1237 Point Nepean Road, Rosebud In the heart of Rosebud’s CBD in a high profile setting opposite the beach, this remarkable property features three independent residences on the one title and presents a unique commercial/investment opportunity with Residential 1 zoning. Surrounded by medical/professional suites and minutes from Rosebud Plaza the prominent setting is ideal for a range of commercial enterprises. Alternatively, continue the highly successful Rosebud Seaside Holiday Apartments business providing three income streams; while owner-occupiers will love the principal Art Deco residence with the flexibility of in-law or rental accommodation. This rare property offers a unique opportunity to make your mark in Rosebud.

Auction Saturday 23rd July 1.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Ayden Nelson 0419 447 038 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A5 B3 C4

McCrae

Auction

53 Somers Avenue, McCrae Relax on the front deck with the glistening blue sea as a backdrop as you watch the ships pass through the shipping channel or kick back in the heated spa on the covered rear deck and enjoy the good life 365 days of the year. This is the irresistible lifestyle on offer! Fully renovated, this single-level three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence with two living zones, sleek stone kitchen and stylish en suite is superbly positioned at the foothills of Arthurs Seat and within minutes of McCrae beach, shops and freeway arterial links making this a fabulous place of permanent residence or a prestigious seaside escape. Snap up this sensational home and enjoy an enviable seaside lifetime in magical McCrae.

Auction Saturday 13th August 3.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Jake Egan 0491 129 137 Rachel Crook 0419 300 515 bowmanandcompany.com.au

A3 B2 C1 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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LOVE THIS HOME

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Heart and soul Address: For Sale: Agency: Agent:

207 Myers Road, BITTERN Price on application Harcourts, 10/14 High Street, Hastings, 5970 7333 Stephen Harvey, 0410 378 792

THIS grand and elegant home offers multiple living zones and is part of an impressive 24.6 hectare estate with potential for equestrian or other livestock pursuits. Two large sheds both with power and lighting could convert to stables with day yards attached, whilst one does have existing cattle corrals. There is bore water to the 18 fully fenced paddocks and two more sheds towards the rear of the property would suit hay and machinery storage. The main home has a welcoming, free-flowing atmosphere with a clever layout providing space for everyone. Downstairs is the timber kitchen with an adjoining open plan lounge and dining zone, the opulent main bedroom with ensuite and walk in robe, a second bathroom, and two comfortable entertaining areas for casual and formal entertaining occassions. Upstairs are four more excellent bedrooms including the guest bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite. There is a third living zone and a staggering fourth bathroom. Sure to satisfy any discerning buyer, this charming home also features a tennis court.

GARY POWERS REAL ESTATE PTY. LTD.

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

Frankston

Auction

4 White Crescent, LOCH SPORT

$110,000 16 Oxford Street, Frankston Just a leisurely stroll from the Botanic Gardens, Frankston High School and Foot Streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s shops, this instantly attractive renovated single-level 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence combines sensational style with absolute convenience with 2 living areas, stone entertainerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s kitchen, spa bathroom, carport & garage. Close to Frankston CBD, the beachfront and city bound trains.

Auction Saturday 13th August 1.00pm Inspection As advertised or by appointment Contact Tashkin Hassan 0432 567 061 bowmanandcompany.com.au

Great Location - Top End Of Town This transported weatherboard home needs a new owner to complete the ÂżQLVKLQJWRXFKHV&RPSULVLQJRIODUJHEHGURRPVVHSDUDWHORXQJHZLWK VSOLWV\VWHPKHDWLQJDQGFRROLQJRULJLQDOWLPEHUĂ&#x20AC;RRUVFRPELQHG NLWFKHQDQGGLQLQJDUHD UHQRYDWHGEDWKURRP7KHODXQGU\KDVEHHQ FRQYHUWHGWRDVLQJOHEHGURRP7KHSURSHUW\KDVHVWDEOLVKHGWUHHV  VKUXEVUHWDLQLQJZDOOVDQGDGULYHZD\DOOLQSODFH CONTACT: Gary Powers 0428 514 088 garypowers@garypowersrealestate.com

A3 B2 C2 bowmanandcompany.com.au

56 Lake Street, Loch Sport, Vic. 3851

03 51 460 411

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Mornington Mount Eliza

3 SHEARWATER DRIVE

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MOUNT MARTHA

5975 4555 9787 2422

OPULENCE • 1,321sqm (approx.) allotment with panoramic bay views • Architecturally designed and spanning five levels, this 75sq builder’s own home boasts 4m ceilings, walls of glass and a completely self-contained guest apartment • Cutting-edge kitchen featuring butler’s pantry, wide stone counters and all Miele appliances, plus extensive entertainer’s terrace complete with own alfresco kitchen • Enormous lower level gymnasium, 5 star energy rating, double remote garage plus second garage with boat/ caravan storage, ducted heating, air-con, double-glazed windows and rainwater tanks

A5

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PRICE CONTACT AGENT MORNINGTON OFFICE 5975 4555 DEAN PHILLIPS 0402 833 865 AMY DAY 0408 559 086

209 MARINE DRIVE

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FREE ‘N’ EASY • Immaculately renovated home on a 1250sqm (approx) allotment on Mount Martha’s Golden Mile • Classic beach-house boasting alfresco zones with panoramic vistas from Arthur’s Seat to the Heads • Show-stopping BBQ deck overlooking beach and marina, plus private garden with in-ground pool • Sleek kitchen with cesarstone counters, hi-gloss cabinetry and stainless steel appliances • Black butt solid timber floors, brand-new carpeting, ducted heating and split-system air-con

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INSPECT Saturday 3:00 - 3:30pm MORNINGTON OFFICE 5975 4555 DEAN PHILLIPS 0402 833 865 AMY DAY 0408 559 086

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Mornington Mount Eliza

160 Main Street 7/84 Mt Eliza Way


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INDUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL

Tipping point

Pop culture club

Trading five days per week, this niche home-based rubbish removal business can deliver a 1.5 tonne skip ( 7 cubic metres) to your address for filling, then collect again for relocation of refuse to the tip. Equipment includes a 2011 Isuzu truck with crate at back. Clients include Government departments and corporate businesses.

CATERING to the booming pop culture collectables market, this speciality store has an extensive range of novelty lines and gaming collectables including vinyl, action figures and art work. Enjoying a prime location in the Frankston CBD, the business has a well-frequented website with online store and a social media presence with about 800 followers.

Rubbish Removal Price: $185,000 Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

Collectables, FRANKSTON Price: $60,000 + stock (approx. $65,000) Agency: Latessa Business Sales 50 Playne St, Frankston, 9781 1588 Agent: Tony Latessa, 0412 525 151

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

Tel: (03) 9781 1588 Business Migrants Expert Advisory Service HAIR SALON - PARKDALE EAST $WWUDFWLYHVDORQFRXOGVXLWÂżUVW business owner. Trades Tues, Thurs, Fri and half-days Wed & Sat. Easy to operate, cheap rent of only $782 pm no gst. Has been established around 40 years. Very SURÂżWDEOH

NEW LISTING THAI MASSAGE - MOUNT ELIZA 5 massage rooms, 2 foot massage chairs, extensive equipment included. Vendor is willing to train, opens 6 days 9am-6pm. Two sub-contractors as required.

Excellent dĂŠcor and a great location, with 9 cutting stations. Currently fully managed and the owner now wishes to retire. Could VXLWDÂżUVWEXVLQHVVRZQHURUWKH investor, long established.

$80,000 + sav PIZZA & TAKEAWAY - HEALESVILLE Located on the main road through town, opposite Coles with plenty of parking. Indoor/outdoor seating, lots of passing trade, has deliveries with online order system. Trades 4pm till late, keep your days free.

This well presented business has enjoyed sustained growth since opening in Jan 2014, serving both locals & holidaymakers. Sought after stock lines, some exclusive. Fully refurbished, trades 5 ½ days, currently fully managed.

$70,000

$69,950 + sav HAIR & BEAUTY - MOUNT ELIZA

LADIES WEAR - HASTINGS

$80,000 + sav

PRICE REDUCED CAFE / TAKEAWAY - DANDENONG Lovely corporate cafĂŠ servicing ORFDORIÂżFHVDQGIRRWWUDIÂżF6HDWV 40 inside and 20 outside. Trades Monday to Friday, 8am until 3pm. Front courtyard, air-conditioned. Est 30 years. Urgent sale!

COURIER - HOME BASED Family owned, Est. 1999 covering Melbourne metropolitan area. Small packages to palletized goods. Covers peninsula out to Pakenham, Kilsyth and Werribee areas. Long standing clients. 4 vehicles, computerised booking system.

$111,000 + sav

$115,000

NEW LISTING INDUSTRIAL TAKEAWAY - DROMANA Great business!

BAKERY / CAFE - RYE All retail, long established business in prominent position opposite foreshore entertainment area. Seats 20 in & 10 out, sells 5 kgs coffee per week, lots of pies, bread & cakes. APV large oven, air-con. huge summer takings. Vendor to retire.

Great staff! No opposition! No weekend work! BE QUICK!!

$150,000 + sav MOWERS - HASTINGS

$170,000 + sav

$175,000 + sav

COURIER - MOORABIN DEPOT

Sales, service and repairs of major brand mowers inc Maketa, Rover, MTD, Graden, Cub Cadet. Offers pick up and delivery service. Trades 5 ½ days from prime location.

$180,000 + sav TRANSPORT / SHUTTLE SERVICE - HOME BASED Two 12 seater vehicles plus Holden sedan included in price. 800 existing clients with 90% cash basis. Work as required with travel agents, businesses & public. Completes around 500 airport runs per year. Est. 10 years.

$450,000 CAFE - KARINGAL Long standing business in prominent position of food court. Huge takings, good equipment, long established. Vendor wishes to retire.

TOWBARS - SEAFORD

5 Ford Transit vans, 7 drivers sub-contracted with set areas. Same day service to Melbourne metro, VIP and express, all kinds of goods. Regular clients generate 95% of revenue, 30 customers delivered to daily with 50-60 others on a regular basis.

Wholesale supply & installation of towbars, clients include large retailers. Business established 15 years, mechanical skills not required, retiring vendor happy to assist with changeover. Great add-on or alternative business.

$390,000 inc. $60,000 stock

$375,000 NEW LISTING LICENSED RESTAURANT & CAFE Well located at entrance to cinema complex, constant turnover, good SURÂżWV/DUJHEDUDUHDKXJH kitchen, well equipped. Currently fully managed. Good potential!

PIZZA FRANCHISE - PATTERSON LAKES Established for many years in built up area. Top quality equipment, attractive shop with ample parking. Trial on $15,000 per week. Keen vendor willing to fully assist purchaser.

$480,000 + sav

$500,000 + sav AIR COMPRESSOR SYSTEMS

MANUFACTURING

CONFIDENTIALITY APPLIES

Specialising in design and manufacture of quality sheetmetal components. Predominantly steel, stainless steel and aluminium sheet. CNC equipment. Contact agent for detailed information of this comprehensive business. CONFIDENTIALITY APPLIES

$695,000 + sav

$700,000 + sav

Long established, has contract service clients. Design, supply & install of air compressor equipment. Spare parts, plus onsite & workshop service. Experienced staff. Stock included CONFIDENTIALITY APPLIES

$850,000

Tony Latessa CEA (REIV), AREI, ABB, MAICD Mobile: 0412 525 151 REIV BUSINESS AGENT VICTORIA Australian Institute of Business Brokers President (Vic). 34 years selling experience based on honesty and reliability

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THE PENINSULA’S ONLY AGENT SPECIALISING SOLELY IN COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE &Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞͲDŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶ

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Retail shop in Red Hill of approx. 70sqm with large ǁŝŶĚŽǁĨƌŽŶƚĂŐĞ͕ĞdžĐĞůůĞŶƚƌĞŶƚĐŽŶĚŝƟŽŶƐĂŶĚƉĞƌĨĞĐƚůLJ ƉŽƐŝƟŽŶĞĚĂŵŽŶŐƐƚŶĚŽƚĂ^ƉĂĂŶĚdŚĞƉŝĐƵƌĞĂŶ͘ dŚŝƐŝƐĂŶŽƉƉŽƌƚƵŶŝƚLJŶŽƚƚŽďĞŵŝƐƐĞĚ͘

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WƌŽƉĞƌƟĞƐ&Žƌ>ĞĂƐĞ OFFICES FOR LEASE ;DŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶƵŶůĞƐƐƐƉĞĐŝĮĞĚͿ ϮͬϮϲDĐ>ĂƌĞŶWůĂĐĞʹϵϬƐƋŵΨϯ͕ϰϯϲƉĐŵн'^dнK' ϭϭZĂŝůǁĂLJ'ǀĞʹhƉƚŽϱϬƐƋŵΨϮϱϬƉƐƋŵн'^dнK'

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FACTORIES FOR LEASE ;DŽƌŶŝŶŐƚŽŶƵŶůĞƐƐƐƉĞĐŝĮĞĚͿ

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Mr Hodgkinson passes away at 45 Compiled by Melissa Walsh BY the death of Mr J. F. Hodgkinson, the district loses an old and highly esteemed resident. He possessed many natural talents besides being good with the brush and pencil, he was also a fine etcher. A lover of good poetry, he was an original thinker and a keen student of nature. His life exemplified two well known sayings “Talent is developed in solitude” and “They whom the Gods love, die young” for he passed away at the early age of 45 years. He will be greatly missed by the residents of the adjoining properties. His practical advice was always ready when needed. He was one of the original members of the Mutual Improvement Society, and assisted in the building of the local Recreation Hall. As Mr Berry was the organiser and promoter of the Hall, so Mr Hodgkinson was the architect. For his assistance to the Hall at critical periods, it is proposed to place a small memorial tablet on the wall. *** BRUNSWICK A.N.A Football club will play a team from Naval Base in the Frankston Park today when a collection will be taken up in aid of the French Red Cross. In the evening a dance will be held under the auspices of the “Australian Club” Admission 1s, refreshments provided. Alleet’s band has been engaged. *** THE sum of £6 has been handed into

the fund of the local Roll of Honor being the net result of the dance held by the “Australian Club” on 1st July. Considering many calls upon the public, this amount is very gratifying and resounds to the credit of the hon. sec. for her untiring labours under great disadvantages. *** ON the 8th inst at the Naval Base football match, a belt was lost containing £28 in notes. It was picked up by a man, and claimed by Michael Moore as his property. The finder gave Moore the money, and shortly afterwards another claimant established his right to the lost property by describing same, and Moore was given into custody for stealing. He was brought up at the Frankston Court on Monday, and remanded to the City court on Monday next. *** INFORMATION has been received that the Corp. W. Green mentioned in the Anzac honor list is Corp. W. M. Green, (now Sergeant) son of Mr and Mrs W M Green of Mornington Junction. Awarded D. C. M. *** THE following letter was received by the Rev A. P. McFarlane, from the vestry of St Anselm Middle Park: — Dear Mr McFarlane.— I have been instructed by the members of St Anselm’s Vestry to convey to Mrs McFarlane and yourself the deep sense of appreciation which they feel at the character of your united work in this parish. We shall ever bear,in grateful rec-

ognition of your own efforts, a keen memory of your personal worth your unfailing courtesy. your christian earnestness, and your kindly disposition. These attributes have done much to influence our lives for good. We also desire to place officially on record Mrs McFarlane’s loyal and devoted work for the parish, and to tender her our lasting expression, of gratitude for her unselfish labors in our midst. A record of our appreciation is being embodied in the minutes of the Vestry meetings, to be signed by the Church Wardens. With heartfelt wishes for the continued prosperity and happiness of Mrs McFarlane, yourself and family, I am, yours very sincerely, W. C. Humphries, Hon Sec. *** COMMONWEALTH War Loan. Applications by small subscribers up to £100. So that there may be no misapprehension, the Commonwealth Treasurer desires it to be known that any person may apply on the Extended Installment Subscription basis for amounts up to £100, receive the full privileges attaching to small investors, that is to say, they will get a full twelve months’ interest on 30th June 1917. It was originally intended to give this privilege to employees and other similar small investors only, but the Treasurer has since decided that any person may take advantage of the arrangement up to £100. Persons desiring to invest larger amounts can, by lodging a separate

application, get full privileges attaching to small subscribers for the first £100. The Subscription List will close on 1st August next, and as that date is drawing close it behoves everyone who can make funds available, to invest in the War Loan to the fullest extent of their means, and in view of the terms which are offered there should be very many who can take part. *** ACKNOWLEDGEMENT of Gifts. The following letters have been received by the Secretary of the Somerville Patriot’s League from boys at the front, in grateful acknowledgement of goods received by them from that body. In France. 14th May 1916 - Just a line to thank the ladies of your League for having received one pair of sox from them, through our officers. Many thanks. I am yours faithfully. 793 SPR ARCH WHITE, 2nd Australian Tunnelling Coy. May 28th 1916 - It is with great pleasure that I write to say that I received a parcel from you and I understand that they were sent for Xmas. But it only arrived yesterday 27th May. The contents were all in perfect order and I must say the ladies used good judgment in choosing the contents. My mess-mates and myself had quite a birthday. As the weather is very hot a few tasty bits went well. I must thank you for treating us so well and working so hard for us, but I hope your labor will not be in vain. So once more thanking you and

wishing you all good health. I remain yours sincerely, CORPORAL KIMBERLEY. *** ON Sunday last a large number of returned sick and wounded soldiers visited Somerville under the auspices of the automobile club. The men arrived about quarter past twelve and were then taken in to a sit down dinner consisting of ham, poultry and mutton with hot vegetables. The tables were beautifully decorated with wattle blossom and other flowers and gave a nice appearance to the hall. Altogether there were about 180 men present and expressed themselves as being delighted with the welcome extended to them. During the dinner Cr Griffeth formally welcomed the men and said he was pleased to have them here. Crs Murray and Keast, and Major (Dr) Griffith supported his remarks. *** A LARGE gathering of friends assembled in the hall to bid farewell to six of our boys who were presented with silver cigarette cases, inscribed with their initials. A short programme of songs was gone through, and dancing between items made an enjoyable evening. The soldiers present were Corporals Meldrum and Hutchinson, Privates Heywood, Philbrick, Nivett and Thornell. Supper was handed round and thus finished a very enjoyable evening. *** From the pages of the Mornington Standard, 22 July, 1916

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fusing to accept anything shoved in my direction. I felt this was preferable to accepting papers from just one of them, thereby inadvertently undermining the whole ‘secret ballot’ process, invalidating the entire election and destroying the space time continuum forever (possibly). Long ago, I worked at a number of elections. This was back in the presausage sizzle era, when voting still carried the stigma of some kind of community based order. These were marathon days that I attended with an elaborate packed lunch and during which I was paired with someone who was (hopefully) more experienced. There was no thrill greater than being able to locate someone’s name on the

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electoral roll in quick time. I spent the 2004 election in Queensland, watching as it became clear that the nation had rejected the idea of installing a Prime Minister who shakes hands like a shaved gorilla. That was the year I had the honour of casting an absentee ballot. It’s like being a VIP or the extra short queue at the airport check-in counter reserved only for those lucky enough to be a member of a requisite ‘club’. Absentee voting is the luxury electoral experience. I often wonder why I bother to vote in my own electorate at all, given that a short drive would guarantee special treatment. In 2007, I spent election night at my youngest brother’s wedding. (In the

interests of accuracy, I should make it clear that it wasn’t just his wedding. It was also his wife’s wedding. There are very few weddings that involve just one person.) Even in the midst of a reception, results trickled in like news from a distant war zone. The result was clear when, as we were heading home, we saw three young men wearing ‘Kevin ‘07’ t-shirts fall out of a taxi. They looked like the happiest people on earth. I can only imagine how they looked a short three years later. What became of the t-shirts is anyone’s guess. In 2010 and 2013, we voted at different schools, despite not having moved. On the first occasion, the school just down the road hosted and,

in a stroke of genius, decided to combine the election with their school fete. Fate of the nation, fete of the school; all served with onions and mustard. Waiting to cast your ballot, you were surrounded by stalls of every kind. By the time you reached the booth proper, you had to balance homemade organic banana bread and a jar of lime marmalade along with your senate paper. It was confusing, too. Although I can’t be sure; if it so happens that I accidentally shoved my bratwurst into the House of Representatives box, please forgive me. Next time, the school just down the road was quiet. Perhaps the fete had been too much of a success and the sheer scale of their entrepreneurism had got up the noses of some of the less-well known political parties who frown on that kind of thing. All I know is that we had to go to a different school without so much as a sausage sizzle. Just an eight-year-old playing violin. Whether this was intended as a subtle form of political campaigning by invoking the image of Nero playing the fiddle whilst Rome burned it was, doubtless, the subject of a complaint of some kind. The electoral cycle is much like my first cycle; a Malvern Star that had five gears and was at its best when pointed downhill with gravity is in its favour. But I love Election Day. It’s nothing short of a miracle that millions of people can cast their vote and it’s all done in such an orderly, peaceful manner. And if that’s not something of an achievement, I don’t know what is. stuart@stuartmccullough.com


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Eagles soar: Edithvale-Aspendale handed out a 52 point defeat to Langwarrin. Picture: Andrew Hurst

Pythons flex muscles as Edwards snags nine PENINSULA LEAGUE

By Toe Punt PINES bounced back from a shock defeat last week to inflict a savage loss on Bonbeach in MPNFL Peninsula Division football on Saturday. Pines coach Patty Swayne scoffed at suggestions pre-match that there was daylight between Bonbeach and the top three sides after the Sharks had won seven of its past eight games. However, Bonbeach coach Steve Hughes might have been right after the Sharks were made to look second rate by the Pythons, going down 4.12 (36) to 17.6 (108). Pines’ loss last week to Edithvale had a little to do with the fact that full back Jack Fisher didn’t play, along with star forward/ruckman Tim Bongetti, tough onballer Chris Guganovic, classy youngster Brad Kiely and the underrated Damian Plane. They were all back on Saturday and

despite taking a while to get going, recorded an effortless victory in the end. Aaron Edwards took his own footy to the match at Eric Bell Reserve, relishing the outstanding conditions with nine goals in a faultless display, while Guganovic and Adam Maling were superb also. Only seven points separated the teams at half time, before Edwards started his one-man show that saw the home side boot 11 goals to six behinds after the major interval. Jackson Casey and Justin Bennett were the best of the Sharks. League leading goal kicker Mick Meehan was the best player on the ground on Saturday in Edithvale-Aspendale’s demolition on Langwarrin at Lloyd Park. In what some considered a danger game, the Eagles were never in any trouble at all, extending their lead at every change to run out 19.8 (122) to 10.10 (70) victors.

Liam Harris was superb across half back, providing enormous run and drive for the Eagles, as did Jack Fisher, while Todd Woodbridge again relished the wide-open spaces of Lloyd Park. The game saw nine Under 19s play in the match with Langwarrin having five of them. Under 19 skipper Kyle BusuttilInglis made his senior debut and looked at home with poise and attack on the footy, finishing with a couple of goals. Luke Churcher, Blake Peach, Nick Tuddenham and Shane Paterson were the best of the Kangas. On a negative note in the match, Tommy Turner was carried from the field with a leg injury, while Langwarrin’s Gerard Brown was reported and offered two-weeks for nothing more than a late hip and shoulder on Woodbridge. For a player to get suspended for that would be an outrage, as was shared by Eagles’ players and officials

after the game. It was simply a blatant over-reaction from an umpire that likes to be involved in the occasion. Mt Eliza took more than an hour to shake off a very persistent Karingal, eventually winning 10.12 (72) to 6.13 (49). The Bulls led at every change except for the one that mattered as the Redlegs almost doubled their score in the last quarter, booting five goals to four behinds. Darren Booth and debutant Mason Dewitt were sensational for the winners while Sam Gill and Dan Gormley were also at their best. Aaron Paxton booted three goals to be Karingal’s best while Aaron Lees was also very good. Mornington’s dominant 24.11 (155) to 12.9 (81) victory against Seaford was marred by the head injury to Nick Martin, who was taken from the field by ambulance. The match was stopped in the third

quarter after Martin was taken down in a tackle. At that stage, the Dogs were well and truly on top after booting 15 goals to seven in the first half. Jackson Calder was at his scintillating best with nine goals while Jimmy Cameron booted four and Josh Halsall was dominant. Josh Stokes and Curtis Murfett were the best of the Tigers. Frankston YCW had a few players back this week and the result was a 14.10 (94) to 7.8 (50) victory against Chelsea. The Gulls were in the contest for a long time, however, trailing by just 21 points at the last change. The Stonecats booted four goals to three behinds in the last quarter with Bryon Barry and Lachy Wallace dominating, while Daniel Waddell booted three goals in the absence of David Bodley. Western Port News 19 July 2016

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Devon Meadows farewell a friend NEPEAN LEAGUE By Toe Punt THE Devon Meadows Football Club was a super proud club on Saturday night. But it had little to do with the 13.10 (88) to 10.11 (71) victory against finals aspirants Rye. It was more about how the Meadows went about the entire day after star player, two-time league medal winner and favourite son Beau Miller lost his fight with cancer. After being diagnosed with a very aggressive cancer a couple of months ago, Beau lost his fight last Thursday, leaving behind wife Stephanie, two young sons and a football community that adored him both on and off the field. The players from both sides kicked off the day with a guard of honour and the ground stood as one for a minute’s silence before Beau’s four-year-old released balloons into the sky. In an emotionally charged match for both sides, the Meadows got away to the perfect start when Ash Adams kicked a goal, before Rye took control of the match. At quarter time the Demons led by 16 points and they maintained that break until half time. Devon Meadows coach Glenn Michie said after the game “that it was like we had a 23rd magnet on the board in the second half”. “Things started to happen, the ball started to bounce our way and the group grew an extra set of legs,” Michie said. The result was a six goal to one point third term that saw the Meadows go into the final break with an 11 point lead. The home side, playing with the spirit of Beau Miller urging them along, extended their lead in the final quarter to finally run out 17 point winners. It was a fitting result for a footy club that has had it pretty tough in 2016. “I’m so proud to be Devon Meadows right now,” Michie said. In the lead up to the match, Michie said the support of his football club from the local football community had been overwhelming. “The support from all the clubs across both divisions and even the South East League has been amazing,” Michie said. “My phone has been filled with messages of good wishes, which just goes to show how good the footy community is.

Gone but never forgotten: Devon Meadows pay tribute to Beau Miller after he lost his battle with cancer. Picture: Scott Memery

“We faltered against Frankston Bombers when Beau’s original diagnosis was announced but this time I’m really confident the group will have stronger resolve. “Whatever the result, I’ll be proud that we can even get out there together and honour the great man (Beau),” Michie said. Honour Beau Miller the Devon Meadows Football Club did, both on and off the field. Former coach Brent Clinnick was one of many supporters at the game, who said afterwards that he couldn’t be a “prouder Devon Meadows football person right now”. Fittingly, great mate Jesse Dehey was the best player on the ground and carried Beau’s son off the field at the end of the match. Rye Football Club should be congratulated too. It was tough day for the Demons. They desperately needed to win to keep their finals hopes alive, while being respectful of the occasion. There were many, many tears shed at Glover Reserve on Saturday, many of which were also coming from the red and the blue, both on and off the field.

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The loss saw Rye drop to seventh place on the ladder, two points outside of the top bracket with one less game to play than four of the other six sides vying for a place in the five. Sorrento also has one less game to play and its win against Dromana on Saturday was significant. Playing their final game of the season on home turf, the Sharks simply had no choice to win this one if it wanted to play finals. Regardless of the fact they won, they are still outside the top five. The heat was on some individuals and not surprisingly, they lifted when required. Sorrento trailed by 12 points at quarter time, 10 points at half time and seven points at three quarter time before booting four goals to one in the last to win 13.8 (86) to 11.9 (75). Luke Tapscott was simply superb and answered his critics with a best on ground performance while Nick Corp was just as damaging with five goals. Nick Marsten needed to produce after a shocker the week before (he had plenty of mates) and he responded and Heath Cameron proved his worth in his first senior game in years.

The plucky Tigers just couldn’t hang on when the heat got turned up in the last, despite the efforts of Christian Ongarello across half back, Beau Cosson in attack with four goals and Billy Quigley, who has had a superb year. Rosebud inflicted Hastings second horror defeat in as many weeks with a devastating 14.19 (103) to 8.9 (57) win. Hastings kicked the opening goal of the game before Rosebud took control from that point on. The margin was three goals at quarter time, five goals at half time and 47 points at the last change. Rosebud’s inaccuracy (14.19) saved the Blues from further embarrassment. Greg Bentley was sensational with four goals in a best on ground display while Nick Boswell was devastating across half back. The Blues have dropped to fourth place. Somerville is back inside the top five after a comfortable 19.13 (127) to 13.6 (84) win against Pearcedale. The game was set up in the first half when the Eagles got themselves 43 points in front. Ben Crowe was electric once again

with six goals, giving him 11 in the past two weeks, while Justin and Todd Farrelly and Ben Sedgewick were outstanding. Troy Jacobson and Dylan Hoare kicked a couple of goals each for the Dales and were their best players. Tyabb went scoreless for three quarters against Frankston Bombers on Saturday before finishing the game 1.3 (9) to 24.17 (161). James Degenhardt was the best player on the ground with six goals for the Bombers while the midfield of Sam Fox, Brett and Dale Sutton and Ryan Kitchen was unstoppable. Rohan McGrath and Riley West were the best of the Yabbies. In the final game Red Hill belted Crib Point. The Hillmen had 38 scoring shots to 12, including 13 to two in the opening term. Inaccuracy cost the second placed Hillmen valuable percentage in a tight season, winning 14.24 (108) to 6.6 (42). Jake Mitchell and Luke Marchetti were outstanding for the Hillmen while Nick Rutherford and Kain Stratton tried hard for the Magpies.

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By Craig MacKenzie ROSEBUD Heart is the only senior team throughout Victoria’s State Leagues with a perfect record. While the fledgling club has achieved a rare feat in only its second year of competition the mood among local clubs was one of gloom as tribute was paid at last weekend’s matches to former Skye United president and FFV Chief Financial Officer Chris Attard, 52, who died last week. Skye drew 0-0 away to Harrisfield Hurricanes on Saturday but the club remains a genuine title contender in State League 4 South. Heart’s relentless push towards promotion from State League 5 South came at the expense of Pakenham United last weekend as Scott Morrison’s men recorded a 3-0 home win. The tone of this contest was set by two goals in a minute from James Liddle, his first in the 14th minute via a first-time strike following a corner and the second neatly slotted past the advancing Pakenham keeper. Dave Greening’s mandatory goal came in the 72nd minute after he burst into the area on an angle then blasted the ball home to make it 3-0. “While winning every match so far is a great achievement and all credit to the players our first aim is to secure promotion and then we’ll worry about titles,” said Morrison. Langwarrin blew a great chance to end a 23year Lawton Park drought when it drew 0-0 with local rival Mornington in their State League 1 South-East blockbuster last weekend. The last time Langy got the better of the Seagulls at Lawton Park was on 21 August 1993 when a Robert Mathieson goal clinched a 1-0 win for the home team. Mornington went into Saturday’s match without suspended Scott Webster and injured key central defender Steve Elliott while Langy midfielder Sam Scott failed a pre-game fitness test. Langy could have had this one sewn up by halftime but was denied by poor finishing. Koray Suat should have had a first-half hat-trick while Nabil Mozaffaruddin mistimed headers and Nick Thorogood hammered a shot against the bar while also twice striking the ball across the face of goal from the right side of the area. Mornington came closest in the 14th minute when Sammy Stewart’s lay-off was struck sweetly by Paul McEvoy but Langy powerhouse Alex Van Heerwarden cleared off the line. Mornington keeper Kris McEvoy was much more involved in this match than counterpart Robbie Acs and in the dying minutes an acrobatic lunge at full stretch by McEvoy denied substitute Anthony Selemidis who had met a cross superbly and headed the ball firmly towards the top far corner. Frankston Pines went down 2-1 away to Warragul United last weekend as it battles to avoid relegation from State League 1 South-East. A superb Kane Bentley ball over the defence enabled Josh Calle to lob advancing Warragul keeper Jake Richardson to make it 1-0 for Pines in the 33rd minute but within a minute Ben Caffrey and Graham Hill both slipped on the greasy surface and Jacob Vitale pounced to level. Pines hearts were broken five minutes from time when Robbie Stephen’s far post header from a corner settled the issue. Peninsula Strikers and Old Scotch keep getting involved in goal fests and Saturday’s State League 2 South-East clash at H.A. Smith Reserve was no exception with league leader Old Scotch edging out Craig Lewis’s side 4-3. Strikers led 3-1 at the interval with goals from Alex Hopson (5th minute), Matt Morris-Thomas (24th minute) and Conor Keely (41st minute) with Sam Shearer (11th minute) on target for the home side. Shearer completed his hat-trick with a controversial 82nd penalty and a 97th minute match winner while substitute Louis Razuki had levelled at 3-3 in the 89th minute. After the match talk centred on the late penalty decision and its impact on the outcome. “The referee initially gave a goalkick then his assistant called him over and he awarded a penalty,” said an upset Lewis. “I was proud of our boys as we hadn’t played for four weeks and probably ran out of legs in the last 15 minutes but I’ve got no doubt that the penalty changed everything and gave them an extra lift.”

Tall order: Skye United’s Billy Painting. Picture: Gemma Sliz

Seaford United lost 3-2 at home to Beaumaris in Saturday’s State League 2 South-East clash. Both Antun Vilic and Ashley Cattermole squandered good chances early on for Beaumaris. Vilic made amends in the 28th minute with an opportunistic strike from inside a crowded penalty area. Seaford fought hard to get back on level terms and was rewarded in the 39th minute when Dylan Waugh emphasised his scoring prowess with a superbly curled shot from the edge of the area to make it 1-1. The home side charged forward straight from the restart and a seemingly innocuous cross was met by a sliding Caleb Duncan whose own goal made it 2-1 to Seaford. Vilic nabbed his brace in the 78th minute after pouncing on a poor attempted clearance and two minutes later Seaford lost its main attacking threat when a quad injury forced Waugh off. Seaford coach Paulo Pinheiro had already used three substitutions so his side was forced to see out the game with 10 men. The decisive moment came in the 87th minute when Duncan grabbed his chance to go from zero to hero and he nabbed the winner to give the visitors all three points. Baxter retains hopes of catching Rosebud Heart in the championship race in State League 5 South and defeated Old Mentonians 4-1 at Baxter Park on Saturday. Early goals to Daniel Sharratt and Liam Kilner killed off the contest and a headed goal by captain Frank Ntim in the 25th minute gave the home side an unassailable lead. Kilner came off at half-time with an injury to his foot and may have to go for scans this week. Paul Swann made it 4-0 in the 87th minute and Marcus Spivey scored the visitors’ consolation goal in the 90th minute. NEXT WEEKEND’S GAMES Saturday, 23 July, 3pm: Mornington v Morwell Pegasus (Dallas Brooks Park), Frankston Pines v Berwick City (Monterey Reserve), South Springvale v Langwarrin (Warner Reserve), Doveton v Peninsula Strikers (Waratah Reserve), Caulfield Utd Cobras v Seaford Utd (Victory Park), Skye Utd v Dandenong South (Skye Recreational Reserve), Rosebud Heart v White Star Dandenong (Truemans Road Recreation Reserve), Casey Panthers v Baxter (Prospect Hill Reserve).

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Hastings underperform in crucial clash HASTINGS FNC

Saturday saw Hastings Football/Netball Club come up against last year’s premiers, Rosebud Football/Netball Club, in a very important game. But unfortunately our boys didn’t play the way the club would have liked going down by a solid margin. This being our second loss on the trot, we are now back in the pack with a massive fight on our hands to stay inside the top five. With some huge games to come, the club now needs to refocus and reset for this Saturday’s massive finals-like game against the Sorrento Football/Netball Club. Let’s hope we can get a massive crowd to

this game to support the boys in what looms as season defining. But in a real positive for the club we see our Netball program having a real impact on game days with our B – Grade Netballers having their second win for the season, with our C – Grade girls going down in the slimmest of margins. This Saturday Hastings FNC v Sorrento FNC All games start from 10.00 am. Seniors Report Pretty disappointing day all round again. Our boys were challenged and came away with a loss. The boys cracked in all day and there was an

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intensity about the game but Rosebud’s ability to use the ball a lot better than we did was the difference. They hit a lot of targets, and used each other. We played selfish football and turned the footy over a lot of the time from good positions on the field. Reserves Report We came up against a team that will most likely hold the cup up at the end of the season on Saturday. We were a bit under-maned but the boys put up a great fight going toe-to-toe with Rosebud who felt our pressure and struggled early but they were simply too good. They took their small chances like all good sides do and made us pay. Best: K De Le haye, C Biviano, D Lehmann. Under 19s Report Another big test this week against Rosebud. Things started off badly with two players not turning up and then another injuring himself in the warm-up. We started with seventeen and held Rosebud with our tackling pressure. Jack Winton moved into the ruck and gave our midfielders good usage in the centre. The second quarter proved our best with a couple of goals and the boys led by Peter Megee continued to put unrelenting pressure on the opposition. In the third we lost Luke Mcveigh (hamstring) and Micheal Tanner (fractured wrist) leaving us with fifteen. From there Rosebud ran away in the last, but several boys continued to fight on namely Peter Megee, Fraser Rendall, Jack Abrehart and Aaron King. A fantastic effort by Lachlan Barton who at 15 years of age debuted for us and played a great game. Well done Lachie! Overall a great lesson for us in how to stop

fast moving sides. Let’s all get to training and work hard boys. Next week another big test against Sorrento. Netball Report C grade had a tough fought out contest throughout the whole four quarters with only a couple of goals in it. Our best players for the day were Karlee Collie in the C position who lead by example the whole game working tirelessly and Talia Brouwer who was moved into the GD position where she defended strongly but also was strong in transitioning the ball into our goaler’s. A great effort but small errors costs us the win. Another good weekend and progress for B grade. We started the day strong and established a good lead. We lost control of the game in the third quarter and Rosebud came strong however we levelled our heads and kept strong. We applied what we had been practicing and held on for the win. Another step in the right direction of our development. Back in our home court this week will be another close battle against Sorrento. *** Upcoming Functions: Past Player Reunion 23rd July. Home game v Sorrento starting at noon celebrating the 1976 Premiership sides both seniors and reserves. Also celebrating our 1906 & 1946 premiership sides. Cost for the day $20 single with finger food provided on the day. Contact Kevin Miles call the club to book 5979 1740. Presidents Luncheon 6th August from noon onwards home game v Crib Point. Special guest Mark Eustice former Essendon/Richmond/Sydney Swans Champ. Cost $30. Main meal included drinks at bar prices. #getonboardthebluestrain

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$7,999

4 5 p/w

$

HONDA JAZZ AUTO

$

FORD XR8 UTE

2007 Honda jazz 5 door hatch automatic air con power windows abs brakes tinted glass electronic brake force distribution trip computer. wnp196

2004 ford XR8 ute 5.4L automatic finished in vibe with black int trim air bag cruise abs brakes air con LSD power windows sports suspension alloy wheels 2017 rego. tgi299

$10,999

$8,999

drive away

holden astra 1.9 diesel 6 speed manual 5 door hatch multiple airbags abs power windows air con factory alloys. zpe748

50p/w

FORD XR6 BF2

2010 AUTO CRUZE

VE COMMODORE SS-V 2007 SS-V sedan 6 speed automatic full leather int multiple air bags ESP traction control abs brake force distribution climate control cruise fog lights body kit sports suspension tow pack dvd player books. 1ay7ed

$11,999

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4 2 p/w

6 5 p/w

$

$

SUBARU WRX AUTO

2007 automatic 2.0lt Caliber with air conditioning abs brakes front 2008 mazda luxury sport 6 speed manual black with black leather int and side air bags power windows alarm power steering immobiliser power sunroof multiple air bags climate control cruise abs traction factory alloys reg uok813 control park sensors DSC body kit power seats fog lights alloy’s. wgd770

2015 WRX AWD turbo 8 speed automatic multiple air bags cruise abs traction control VSC hill holder reverse camera Bluetooth voice recognition fog lights alloy’s body kit 30,000ks one owner. 1ea-7cy

$12,999

$5,499

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drive away

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7 0 p/w

$

5 5 p/w

$

3 5 p/w

6 5 p/w

$

DODGE AVENGER

2006 audi A4 sedan full leather int 19” alloy’s full audi service history 108,000 km multiple air bags cruise traction control ESP multifunction steering wheel brake assist sunroof power windows fog lights. ykh437

$6,999

$8,999

$10,999

4 0p/w

4 5 p/w

KIA 7 SEATS

AUTO XTRAIL ST

2004 kia carnival only 15,oookm on brand new engine automatic with dual air conditioning power windows dual side sliding doors power steering tinted windows tow bar low km. trq483

2005 nissan xtrail 4x4 automatic air con abs brakes cruise control brake assist power windows leather steering wheel engine immobiliser .1cj7qj

5 5 p/w

$

$6,999

$10,999

drive away

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4 0 p/w

$

DUEL FUEL FAIRMONT 2007 BF series two Fairmont only 107,000ks with multiple air bags traction control abs brakes cruise control park sensors climate control trip computer tinted glass tow pack service books. wom578

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$10,999

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5 5 p/w

$

MECEDES C200 KOMPRESSOR

Holden rodeo LX 4x4 manual 3.2 lt alloy tray limited slip diff power 2002 mercedes c200k only 159,000 ks with full service history finished in silver with black leather int multiple air bags panoramic sunroof abs brakes steering air conditioned tow hitch ESP climate control cruise fog lights alloy wheels tinted glass. rmw469 uox615

$6,999

$6,999

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$

fro

$3 0 /day

RODEO 4X4 TRAY

AUDI A4

2003 Subaru forester xs AWD wagon MY04 dual air bags climate control abs brakes LSD self levelling suspension alloy’s power windows. xmu425

$

ES TR AY UT m

4 5 p/w

2007 dodge avenger sxt 2.7 v6 auto sedan multiple air bags abs cruise traction control stability program climate control full leather int heated seats hands free sunroof heat/cool cup holders power seats alloys tinted glass. reg: thanna drive away

C AfroRmS day $20/

$

6 5 p/w

FORESTER XS

2006 bf xr6 only 150,000km with books cruise control abs brakes alloy’sbody kit traction control air bags tow pack. xcv064

drive away

$

4 0p/w

BF XR6 DUAL FUEL

$12,999

drive away

$

VOYAGER 7 SEATS 2002 chrysler voyager SE 7 seater automatic multiple air bags cruise control abs brakes power windows dual air conditioning power steering low km. utr403

$

MAZDA 6 AUTO

$6,999

drive away

$

6 0 p/w

$

2011 kia carnival automatic with multi zone air con cruise control abs 2002 mazda 6 five door hatchback finished in silver with factory brakes dual sliding doors fold away rear seats multiple air bags ESP alloy’s rear spoiler abs brakes power steering cruise control power windows fog lights alarm service books. mcr881 power windows tinted glass. uca279

$11,999

50p/w

$

drive away

2010 AUTO BARINA 2011 KIA (GRAND) CARNIVAL Holden barina automatic five door hatch front and side air bags abs brakes air con remote locks power steering factory alloy’s 84,0000km with books. zgh344

drive away

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lease an d fin opt avai ance lable

LUXURY SPORT

DODGE CALIBER

$9,999

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4 0 p/w

2010 holden cruze cd sedan only 84,000 km with service books BF mkII XR6 12/2007 built sedan finished in lightning strike with black int air conditioned with abs brakes cruse control power winabs brakes multiple air bags cruise traction control power dows air bags traction control body kit alloy wheels books. wyw354 windows ESP brake assist. xvx601

$7,999

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drive away

8 0 p/w

FALCON LPG

2003 ford falcon BA xt sedan dedicated gas air bags abs brakes int-climate control rear air abs cruise traction control diff locks active cornering enhancement self levelling suspension brake force power windows central locking engine immobiliser power steering distribution roof racks alloys tow pack 160,000 ks with books. xmb521 trip computer power drivers seat air conditioning rear spoiler rzv422

$15,999

$

3 5 p/w

$

DISCOVERY2 DIESEL ASTRA 2008 7 12SEAT month 2004 discovery se series 2 auto air bags full leather

drive away

$

6 0p/w

$

6 5 p/w

$

4 5 p/w

5 0 p/w

$

drive away

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$5,499

$12,999

$7,999

$8,999

drive away

3 5 p/w

$

FOCUS TURBO DIESEL

RODEO TRAY

2010 ford focus LV TDCI automatic 5d hatchback with air con abs cruise front side and head air bags traction control stability program power windows remote locks rear spoiler alloy wheels

2005 holden RA rodeo alloy tray back ute 2.4L manual power steering immobiliser air con finished in silver. tve241

3 5 p/w

$

COMMODORE WAGON 2004 VY commodore wagon automatic air con power steering air bags cruise control power windows Low ks usz-598

FREE 12 MONTH WARRANTY ON ALL CARS

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5982 1070 c

725 POINT NEPEAN RD, M CRAE 2007 MERCEDES BENZ ML63 FROM

$179 PW

2007 SUZUKI SX4 5 FROM

$45 PW

2003 TOYOTA RAV4 FROM

$45 PW

$34,990 DRIVE AWAY

$7,990 DRIVE AWAY

$7,990 DRIVE AWAY

ML63 V8 AMG AUTO SUNROOF SIDE STEPS REAR HEADREST DVD FULL SERVICE HISTORY AND LOTS MORE. ZEA-427

SX4 5 DOOR HATCH 4X4 AUTOMATIC WITH TOWBAR AND ALLOY WHEELS. WXB-420

5 DOOR ALLOY WHEELS ROOF RACKS TINTED WINDOWS PLUS MUCH MORE INSPECT TODAY. SOC-187

2007 NISSAN TIIDA

2004 HONDA JAZZ

2003 HOLDEN RODEO

FROM

$45 PW

$7,990 DRIVE AWAY 2007 NISSAN TIIDA ST 5 DOOR HATCH AUTOMATIC WITH WINDOW TINT. UOS-226

1999 HOLDEN VT ACCLAIM FROM

$30 PW

$4,990 DRIVE AWAY SEDAN TINTED WINDOWS REAR SPOILER TEST DRIVE TODAY RWB-340

FROM

$40 PW

FROM

$35 PW

FROM

$35 PW

FROM

$35 PW

$5,990 DRIVE AWAY 2004 FORD FALCON XR8

$9,990 DRIVE AWAY

$9,990 DRIVE AWAY

2004 HONDA JAZZ 5 DOOR HATCH AUTOMATIC VERY CLEAN CAR. TAL-811

SPACE CAB AUTO WELL LOOKED AFTER INSPECT TODAY TSH-401

AUTO LEATHER INTERIOR TINTED WINDOWS TOW BALL TEST DRIVE TODAY 1GK-4DH

HONDA CIVIC

2003 HYUNDAI ACCENT

TOYOTA CAMRY

2006 JEEP CHEROKEE FROM

FROM

$90 PW

$30 PW

$4,990 DRIVE AWAY

$2,990 DRIVE AWAY

$3,990 DRIVE AWAY

$16,990 DRIVE AWAY

SEDAN ALLOY WHEELS TEST DRIVE ME TODAY!

2003 HYUNDAI ACCENT 3 DOOR HATCH MANUAL WITH ALLOY WHEELS. TEA-330

1 OWNER FULL SERVICE HISTORY OTG-064

LERADO V8 4.7 LITRE 3.5 TONNE TOWING CAPACITY FULL SERVICE HISTORY. UIJ-624

on all cars

HOLDEN VZ ACCLAIM FROM

$40 PW

2006 S PAC CREWMAN FROM

$55 PW

10 SMALL AUTOS UNDER

AUTOMATIC ALLOY WHEELS TOW BAR FULL SERVICE HISTORY. UHE-962

IN STOCK

2003 MAZDA 323

MITSUBISHI LANCER

2004 HOLDEN ASTRA

2002 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE

FROM

$55 PW

FROM

$40 PW

NOW N OW O OPEN PEN

$10,000

SERIES II SEDAN WINDOW TINT EXCELLENT CONDITION INSIDE AND OUT UEF-700

2007 NISSAN XTRAIL

FROM

FROM

$45 PW

$60 PW

$9,990 DRIVE AWAY

$6,990 DRIVE AWAY

$7,990 DRIVE AWAY

$10,990 DRIVE AWAY

AUTO, HATCH, LOW KILOMTRES. YPX-972

CONVERTABLE BERTONE EDITION AUTOMATIC TEST DRIVE TODAY 2 TO CHOOSE FROM . 1GD-4YP

TURBO AUTOMATIC ALLOY WHEELS LEATHER INTERIOR TEST DRIVE THIS BEAUTY TODAY. SNA-779

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FINANCE AVAILABLE

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$55 PW

BA XR8 UTE AUTOMATIC WITH WINDOW TINT, ALLOY WHEELS, HARD LID AND FULL SERVICE HISTORY. XFA-277

5 DOOR, TOW BAR, NUDGE BAR, SIDE STEPS, INSPECT TODAY RXF-744

$6,990 DRIVE AWAY

FROM

FROM

$9,990 DRIVE AWAY

2003 MAZDA 323 ASTINA SHADES 5 DOOR HATCH AUTOMATIC WITH WINDOW TINT 1HR-2UP

2000 MITSUBISHI PAJERO

$55 PW

$6,990 DRIVE AWAY

FROM

$6,990 DRIVE AWAY

LEATHER, SUNROOF, REAR SPOILER, LAREDO 4X4 V8 HEMI, DUEL FUEL, AUTO, WINDOW TINT, ALLOY WHEELS, VERY SPORTY TOWBAR, SIDE STEPS, BULL BAR, PLUS MUCH LOOKING CAR TEST DRIVE TODAY. YJO-844 MORE. THIS CAR WILL NOT DISAPPOINT. XEP-166

$5,990 DRIVE AWAY

$40 PW

JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE

$5,990 DRIVE AWAY

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FREE

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MAZDA 6 SPORT

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FREE FIRST YEAR SCHEDULED SERVICING ON 4X4 MODELS†

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$

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$

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EXCLUSIVE 3.0L ISUZU TURBO DIESEL

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$

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$

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$

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$

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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 & 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

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• • • • •

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