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New role for town’s empty shop windows INSPIRATION can be gained from many directions. Things, places and people. It seems politicians, mothers, friends, the French artist Henri Matisse and emotions are what most influences the art of pupils from Somerville Rise, Tyabb and Somers primary school and Flinders Christian Community College. Pictures of former prime ministers John Howard and Kevin Rudd sit alongside PM-in-waiting Tony Abbott. Another pretender to the position presently held by Julia Gillard, Bob Katter, is arranged at a lower level where the works are displayed in the window of a vacant shop at 6 High St, Hastings. More pictures are displayed around the corner at the visitor information centre, 8/145 Salmon St. The displays have been arranged by Western Port Chamber of Commerce and Industry as part of its Empty Space, New Place program to “reinvigorate” empty shops. “The purpose of Empty Space, New Place is to find local artisans, cultural projects and community groups to use and maintain empty premises until a commercial tenant comes along, to generate activity and interest in otherwise empty spaces in Hastings,” chamber co-ordinator Sarah McLennan said. Continued Page 5 Faces in a window: Sarah McLennan arranges children’s artwork in a vacant High St shop. Picture: Yanni

Sub ashore in 18 months By Mike Hast THE Otama submarine will be brought ashore within 18 months, says Western Port Oberon Association. At the launch of the Victorian Maritime Centre Project in Hastings on Friday, project development team chairman Jim Schaefer said the submarine would be the centrepiece of the centre. It will be next to the southern end

of the Western Port Marina seawall in Hastings on reclaimed land. Next to the sub on the seaward side will be the maritime centre building and memorial walls. There will be a parking area for 120 cars nearby. The association was given in-principle approval to use the site earlier this year by state Environment Minister Ryan Smith (“State ‘yes’ to sub”, The

News, 19/3/13). Mr Smith granted consent under the Coastal Management Act 1995 “to use the seabed of Western Port as the location of the proposed Victorian Maritime Centre Hastings”. “Please be advised that as the proposed use necessitates the development of the site, including land reclamation and construction of facilities, a separate application to develop the site

under the Act will be required before development can proceed.” In the application that went to Mr Smith last year, the association asked for approval to reclaim about one hectare (about 2.5 acres). Mr Schaefer said the next step was to raise $200,000 for studies of the marine environment and mangrove area to accompany a planning application.

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Camera signs up but no flash yet By Mike Hast THE state government has started installing speed camera warning signs on Peninsula Link freeway but the cameras have not yet been switched on. The six cameras on the 27-kilometre freeway between EastLink tollway in Carrum Downs and the Mornington Peninsula Freeway at Mt Martha are in pairs, all in Moorooduc – one in each direction at the Loders Rd flyover, Mornington-Tyabb Rd off-ramps and Eramosa Rd West flyover. The cameras will function as instantaneous cameras as well as point-to-point units, which photograph a vehicle’s number plate as it passes the first camera and then compares the plate of the vehicle as it passes the second camera. The average speed is calculated and any vehicle with an average exceeding the limit will receive a fine. On Wednesday, a Department of Justice spokesperson said “road safety cameras on Peninsula Link have been installed and are in the final stages of being commissioned”. “A significant, independent and comprehensive testing regime under live traffic conditions will take place before any cameras are switched on. “This vigorous testing will begin once sites are fully commissioned. “Part of the installation process includes the posting of advisory signs alerting motorists that speed cameras operate in the area. These signs are a standard feature across the road safety camera network in Victoria.” The spokesman said cameras would be switched on “when Victoria Police and the Department of Justice are completely satisfied the system is ready”. “Motorists will receive ample warning in the form of roadside advertising before any speed enforcement on Peninsula Link begins.” The freeway opened on 18 January. In last year’s state budget, the government allocated almost $10 million for the cameras but they were not installed before the road opened because freeway builder Abigroup restricted access as it rushed to complete the freeway on time after more than two years of above-average rain. A police spokesman said patrols would continue to enforce speed limits while the cameras were being tested.

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MORNINGTON Peninsula Shire is meeting half the costs of installing traffic signals into the Somerville Plaza shopping centre. The project will also involve widening Eramosa Rd West and extra street lights near the entrance to the Plaza. The centre’s owner, Smorgoncorp Pty Ltd, will pay half the costs. Five companies have submitted tenders for the job, with Maw Civil, of Dromana, being the only one with a peninsula address. Council’s special purposes commit-

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tee was given cost details in camera when it met this week. A report to the committee by civil design Engineer Stewart Pike and project manager Derek Rotter said the design of the intersection followed “extensive community consultation”. The intersection is designed to “safely control the movements of pedestrians and vehicles crossing Eramosa Rd West and entering Somerville Plaza car park”, the report said. Companies submitting tenders were CDN Constructors, of Reservoir;

Global Contracting, Seymour; Healey Infrastructure, Lynbrook; Maw Civil, Dromana; and Streetworks, Narre Warren. To be selected as the recommended tender a firm must rate highly in relation to its tender price, demonstrated capacity, construction methodology, quality systems and referee reports. A confidential summary of the evaluation was given to councillors. Work is expected to take three months and will be completed by midSeptember.

Roy’s innings closed at 99 ROY Greive died at Andrina Aged Care centre in Carrum Downs on 30 May, six weeks short of his 100th birthday. Mr Greive enjoyed good health until earlier this year when he fell, broke his wrist and was admitted to care. Apart from about four years in the Royal Australian Air Force during the Second World War, Mr Greive lived in Hastings all his life. He was involved in the scouting movement, the Hastings Hospital committee and Holy Trinity Anglican Church. His funeral at Holy Trinity on Thursday 6 June was attended by many people. The service was conducted by Reverend Alex Packett and eulogies were given by his long-time neighbour, Geoff Stockton, and his great niece, Karen Moseley. Mr Greive has been buried at Tyabb Public Cemetery. The bereavement notice in a daily paper from First Hastings Scout Group was a fitting tribute: “A true King Scout, gone to continue his duty with his King.” About three years ago, The News interviewed Mr Greive. The story will be run again, this time as an obituary, over the next two weeks. See page 32.

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SOMERVILLE Lions Club closed on 5 June after 41 years and one of its final acts was to distribute funds to sporting clubs. The club has presented defibrillators to Somerville’s two sports grounds and on 28 May gave a third to Tyabb sports clubs. The defibrillators cost $2750 each. The Tyabb presentation was made by acting president Marshall Unthank and accepted by Tyabb Football and Netball Club president Doug Taylor. At the presentation, Mr Unthank said he played two seasons with the Yabbies when he was a teenager in the 1940s and it was good to help the club in some way. The club also received a cheque for $1000, which Mr Taylor said would be put toward refurbishment of the netball courts. Received with thanks: Marshall Unthank of Somerville Lions Club presents the defibrillator to Tyabb Football and Netball Club president Doug Taylor. Picture: Peter McCullough


Diversity lost as newspapers close By Keith Platt THE announcement that publication of the Peninsula Weekly will end this month will see a narrowing of dissemination of news and events on the peninsula. Six sister publications across the eastern and southern suburbs, including the Frankston Weekly, are also being killed off. The Dandenong Journal is the only paper in the group’s former eastern division to survive the cull of mastheads by the 50 per cent Fairfaxowned MMP Media Publications. It appears just one of the 10 part-time and full-time staff at the company’s Mornington office will have a job with the company after the papers’ final editions on 18 June. About 30 positions have been axed as a result of the latest closures. Community newspapers remaining

in Frankston and on the peninsula are now published by two companies, the Mornington Peninsula News Group (publisher of the Western Port News) and the Leader group, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Ltd. Leader has recently ceased publication of its Hastings edition and runs its Frankston and peninsula editions from an office at Cheltenham. The privately owned MPNG publishes Frankston Times, Mornington News, Western Port News, Southern Peninsula News and Chelsea-Mordialloc News. The demise of the Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Weeklies also wipes out the last traces of the onceprofitable Independent News Group, bought by Fairfax Community News (FCN) in June 2006. At that stage the new management obviously felt it could build on the success of the Hastings-based

Independent group. It set about making changes to the layout and appearance of the newspapers previously published by the Independent group, eventually closing the Chelsea edition and Holiday magazine. By the time FCN moved offices from Hastings to Mornington, staff numbers had fallen from more than 50 to 27. The publications being closed in Frankston and on the peninsula bear little resemblance to those published by the Independent group, having undergone a complete rebranding, including size and format. Names of newspapers changed overnight to the Weekly and the front page became a photograph instead of a picture and lead story. While journalism and photography standards were maintained, the Weeklies appeared to have an identity crisis, not knowing if they were supposed to be a magazine or a newspaper.

Readers and – most importantly for a free publication – advertisers also appeared thrown by the sudden change. Continuing losses led to a sharp decline in revenue that was unable to be fixed by the “reverse” takeover in July 2012 when FCN virtually handed its 30-odd mastheads across Melbourne and $35 million to its new partner, MMP. MMP’s inner suburban real estatebased publications had previously caused the biggest losses to the Fairfax papers. In October last year 29 positions were made redundant by MMP, with photographers and writers being rehired through a media hire firm. The company’s boss, former Age journalist Antony Catalano, on Tuesday admitted the company was losing millions of dollars to Leader publications. In an email to staff, Mr Catalano

accused News Ltd of undermining MMP’s publications with payments to real estate agents. “Our ability to gain new real estate advertising clients has been undermined by the millions of dollars News Limited is paying to agents across Melbourne and particularly in the south-east, which has made it impossible to compete fairly … it is ironic that a media organisation’s kickback program is the cause of media jobs being lost.” Publications run by the Fairfax organisation (including its flagship metropolitan daily The Age) and MMP seem destined to be produced – although not written – in India or New Zealand. Keith Platt worked for the Independent News Group and was regional editor on the Mornington Peninsula after the group was bought by Fairfax.

Bike, walking trail ends long way from home THE 25-kilometre long Peninsula Link Trail between Mt Eliza/Moorooduc and Patterson Lakes was officially opened on Wednesday. Transport Minister Terry Mulder and project staff marked the opening at Mornington Railway Preservation Society’s Moorooduc station near where the track ends. The three-metre wide walking and cycling path is part of the Peninsula Link freeway project, which opened in January. The final two sections of the trail completed go through the Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve in Frankston North, and from Baxter to Mt Eliza Regional Park off Two Bays Rd, where the trail ends. Walkers and riders can start near the intersection of Moorooduc Highway and Eramosa Road West and travel north to its end at Patterson River in Patterson Lakes, where it connects to the gravel Dandenong Creek Trail, which in turn joins EastLink Trail. Features of Peninsula Link Trail include:

 Improved access to Mt Eliza Regional Park.  A link to Moorooduc Station where historic trains run by Mornington Railway operate three Sundays each month.  Improved access to Robinsons Park and Bayside Christian College.  Link to Baxter Trail, which leads to central Frankston.  A bridge over Peninsula Link south of Cranbourne Rd.  A bridge over Frankston Freeway.  View of Seaford Wetlands.  A bridge over Thompson Rd at Patterson Lakes. The company responsible for maintaining the trail, Lend Lease, stated it would “pay particular attention to graffiti and vandalism, and will aim to remove all graffiti as quickly as possible”. This would be done by “a dedicated path maintenance crew” and “regular patrols of the path”. “The sections of the path that do not run adjacent to Peninsula Link, for instance in Patterson Lakes, will be

Trailblazers: Jason Den Hollander of City Bicycle Network and Gemma Boucher of Linking Melbourne Authority try the new Peninsula Link Trail on Wednesday. Picture: Yanni

maintained by the local council.” Peninsula Link Trail spans three municipalities – Kingston, Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Shire. Freeway building consortium Southern Way has contracted Lend Lease to maintain and operate the freeway for

Art filling a sales void Continued from Page 1

The works being displayed are entries in Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery’s schools art award – a portrait competition for primary and secondary school students coinciding with the gallery’s Archibald Prize exhibition. Ms McLennan said 23 per cent of shops in Hastings were vacant, which was “relatively high” compared to the national rate of 14.31 per cent. “We are hoping more landlords with empty premises will come on board and work towards making Hastings a vibrant and buzzing town centre once again,” she said. “We have a lot of artisans and community groups with ideas they would like to put to use in any available space - more projects than we have spaces for.” For details go tot www.facebook.com/EmptySpaceNewPlace or call Sarah McLennan on 0421 696 007. Keith Platt

25 years after which it will be handed to the state government. Mr Mulder said there were many attractions along the trail including McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Ballam Park Homestead and Sages Cottage in Baxter.

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Actors who lived life as if on stage TWO rising stars of musical theatre set out to transport audiences to a world of glamour, wit and elegance when Sheridan Morley’s musical Noel and Gertie plays at Frankston Arts Centre on Thursday 20 June. Noel and Gertie is crafted from diaries and letters between Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence and features songs, sketches and scenes from his most popular works. Coward’s talent amused while holding a mirror up to the frailty of the human condition. James Millar (Oklahoma, Jerry Springer: The Opera) and Lucy Maunder (Dr Zhivago, The Rocky Horror Show) play the two stars who formed a partnership on and off stage. They looked rich, they were elegant; they sang, they danced, they made jokes through clenched cigarette holders. Noel Coward had a polished witticism for every occasion. He is known as the writer of Private Lives, Present Laughter, Blithe Spirit and Hay Fever, and as the composer of songs such as Mad About the Boy, I’ll See You Again, and Mad Dogs and Englishmen. He was also an actor, director, producer, screenwriter, novelist, poet, cabaret artist, a skilful celebrity and a warm and enduring friend. Actress Gertrude Lawrence triumphed on stage in the world premiere productions of Lady in the Dark and The King and I. In Morley’s musical Millar, also a writer, and Maunder are directed by Nancye Hayes and accompanied by Vincent Colagiuri on the piano. “Noel and Gertie is highly entertaining, strangely familiar and surprisingly touching”, producer Christine Dunstan said. “If you love musical theatre, celebrity, gossip, glamour, the plays of Noel Coward; if you like shows like Downton Abbey, The Great Gatsby, Pride and Prejudice, Poirot, or Mary Poppins, then you’ll love Noel and Gertie. It’s a glittering evening of delight, wit, song and dance.” Noel and Gertie is at Frankston Arts Centre, 1pm and 8pm (captioned performance) Thursday 20 June. Bookings: 9784 1060 or artscentre.frankston.vic.gov.au Performers: Lucy Maunder and James Millar are actors playing actors Gertrude Lawrence and Noel Coward in Frankston Arts Centre’s production of Noel and Gertie. Picture: Nicholas Higgins

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Cool head: Eleven-year-old Charlotte Posthuma will be in the market for a warm beanie this winter after

shaving her head for charity. The St Brendan’s Somerville student got rid of her locks on 20 May to raise funds for the Cancer Council of Victoria. “I don’t really know if I like my hair looking this way but it’s only a small price to pay to raise money for such a great cause,” said Charlotte. “I have raised over $500 so far with the help of my school, and donations from friends and family helping me on my way. My grade six class held a lolly jar challenge, where you had to guess the amount of lollies in a jar, which raised about $200 dollars.” If you would like to make a donation go to: http://vic.cancercouncilfundraising.org.au/charlottep


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A channel would be dredged to bring it ashore and then closed off. The former Royal Australian Navy submarine has been moored off Crib Point awaiting a home on land since May 2002. Sites previously considered included near the Hastings boat launching ramps, next to the government-owned Crib Point jetty and near the Stony Point jetty and headquarters of Patrick Ports. WPOA bought the 2000-tonne, 90-metre long Otama from the navy for $50,000 in 2001. It cost $300,000 to tow it from Western Australia to Western Port. The association used part of a $500,000 Centenary of Federation grant organised by Peter Reith, then Flinders federal MP and a cabinet minister in the Howard government. The balance, $150,000, has been spent on mooring, maintenance and setting up a temporary museum and maritime memorial centre in the former BP administration centre at Crib Point, near where the sub is moored. Rust is eating away at the sub’s outer hull, although not its crucial 25-millimetre thick pressure hull. The association attracted worldwide interest in November 2008 when it advertised Otama on eBay for $4.9 million. It received four genuine offers including one from a group aiming to restore it for use as a drug-smuggling submarine. At the project launch on Friday, Mornington Peninsula Shire mayor Cr Lynn Bowden said it was very exciting to see “another step in this long-running saga”. Ultimately, hopefully the Otama would be brought ashore “if we all work together”, Cr Bowden said. The mayor said she and her husband Ron had visited the USS Bowfin submarine museum and park in Hawaii and had been amazed at the number of visitors. The maritime centre would help the economic viability of Hastings, she said. Hastings MP Neale Burgess said the Otama project had had a chequered history and at various times it had been a nightmare for Max Bryant, the main driver of the project. This is a wonderful opportunity; some light at the end of a tunnel, he said. The state government was “keen to see this happen”.

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Mr Burgess said that contrary to public opinion, the shire council had been supportive of the project, naming former councillors David Renouf and Brian Stahl, and current councillors Lynn Bowden, Frank Martin and David Garnock as supporters. Flinders federal MP Greg Hunt also had backed the project, he said. “I’d like to see a big sign at Frankston pointing motorists to the submarine centre, which will happen in the foreseeable future” he said. After the launch, Mr Burgess told The News there was no money from the state government for the project. “The association has said that once permission was granted to bring the sub ashore, it would be easier to raise funds.” The association is also planning to acquire the former Port Phillip Sea Pilots ship Wyuna, which will be moored in a wet berth alongside the interpretation centre. Otama will be supported by a concrete beam semi-recessed into the ground so the main deck of the submarine is level with the ground. The submarine would be partially visible from most points on the foreshore and in time was expected to become an iconic feature and asset to Hastings, Max Bryant said.

Place for a sub: Aerial of Western Port Marina at Hastings with an artist’s drawing of how the Otama, maritime centre and car park could look in the southern section. Picture: Tract Consultants

Sub committee: Top, at the launch of the Victorian Maritime Centre Project in Hastings on Friday were Tina McGuffie representing Flinders MP Greg Hunt, left, Lisa Dixon of Western Port Chamber of Commerce, Cr Frank Martin, Max Bryant of the submarine project, Hastings MP Neale Burgess and shire mayor Cr Lynn Bowden. Right, WPOA project development team chairman Jim Schaefer announces the next stage in the submarine project – bringing Otama ashore within 18 months to reclaimed land next to Western Port Marina in Hastings. Pictures: Yanni

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NEWS DESK Archibald inspiration MORNINGTON-based Aboriginal arts organisation Baluk Arts is running a portrait exhibition to coincide with the Archibald Prize show. Gawang is an exhibition of portraits of Aboriginal people by Aboriginal artists of southeast Melbourne. The show opens at 2pm on Saturday 15 June and runs until 20 July at Baluk Arts Centre and Gallery, 6 Bruce St, Mornington. Baluk Arts, the trading name of the Aboriginal Corporation for Frankston and Mornington Peninsula Indigenous Artists, also provides art workshops, arts development and cultural maintenance activities. Details: www.balukarts.org.au or call 5975 5000.

Rise in teens attacking parents POLICE figures show violent attacks by teenagers against their parents and family members in Frankston have jumped 40 per cent in the past six years. But the statistics may be a stark illustration of a much larger problem. Peninsula Health adolescent violence in the home project worker Lisa Abbott says while the police data is shocking “the majority of cases are still not reported by parents”. “Many parents feel a great deal of stigma or shame when they feel they have lost control over their child and

many do not know where to seek help,” Ms Abbott said. Adolescent violence in the home includes physical assault, property damage and verbal abuse. “Parents and family members report living in fear and often feel powerless to stop the violence,” Ms Abbott said. A free forum is being held this month to help parents cope with family violence. The forum at Dromana will explain the services available to support young people and their parents as well as responses to the issue available

through the justice system. The forum is being held as part of the “Adolescent Violence in the Home: The missing link in family violence prevention and response project”, funded by Legal Services Board, run by Peninsula Health in partnership with City of Greater Dandenong youth services and Victoria Legal Aid. The project is investigating how the justice system and the community service sector can better support parents experiencing violence or aggression from their children. Speakers at the forum will include

practitioners from the new Keeping Families Safe program, an applicant support worker, a representative of Victoria Police and facilitators of a parent group supporting parents with violent or aggressive teens. The forum is open to all parents and carers experiencing violence or aggression from their teenager. The 6.30-8.30pm forum on Wednesday 26 June is at Dromana Bay Life Saving Club 250 Point Nepean Rd, Dromana. For more information or to register, call Lisa Abbott on 9784 8587 or email labbott@phcn.vic.gov.au

Big night out for Fammo statue project THE Johnny Famechon statue project is being revived by the Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame. “Fammo”, a Frankston resident for more than 40 years, became WBC Featherweight World Champion in 1969 after defeating Cuban Jose Legra on points at Albert Hall in London. He fought two famous title defences against Fighting Harada of Japan, which cemented his place in boxing history. A fundraising dinner to kickstart the project is at 6.30pm on Wednesday 19 June at Frankston RSL. Tickets cost $90 a person and include a three-course meal and drinks at bar prices. Book with the RSL on 9783 2288. A committee of Frankston people has been formed, which includes MP Geoff Shaw. A life-sized bronze statue of Fammo was first proposed in early 2011 when Rob McCarthy and Sydney sculptor Stephen Glassborow offered Frankston Council the $150,000 statue free of charge. Other Glassborow statues include legendary cyclist Sir Hubert Opperman in Rochester, Victoria, and champion footballer John Coleman in Hastings. The Famechon statue will not cost the council anything as it will be paid for by the sale of 15 maquettes, or statuettes, of the original for $12,000 each over the next 12 months. The cost of the statue has risen to $180,000 since 2011.

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Woodchips on batter: Workers clean up the Peninsula Link freeway on-ramp at Cranbourne Rd, Frankston, last Saturday after 40mm of heavy rain washed dirt and mulch onto the roadway.

Heavy rain closes Peninsula Link ramp By Mike Hast HEAVY rain closed the southbound on-ramp of Peninsula Link freeway at Cranbourne Rd, Frankston, last Saturday. The Frankston region received about 40mm, less than half the amount of other suburbs but it was still enough to wash soil and mulch onto the road leading to the freeway. The ramp was closed for most of the day as freeway builder Abigroup and contractors cleaned up. It was Melbourne’s biggest storm since February 2011 and moved broadly southeast from Broadmeadows through Blackburn to Dandenong and beyond.

Frankston and the peninsula missed the heaviest rain. The suburbs of Somerton, Epping, Bundoora and Blackburn each received about 110mm, close to the entire monthly average for June. Landscaped areas of the freeway washed away in early March on batters between Cranbourne and Robinsons roads. Freeway building consortium Southern Way’s general manager David Clements said at the time additional planting would prevent the problem in the future but planting would take some time to be finalised and mature. On Wednesday, Mr Clements said one lane was closed last Saturday “un-

der an emergency setup at 2am by a response vehicle so that workers could begin clearing debris from the freeway”. “A formal lane closure was put in place at 4.30am, with advanced signage and traffic cones to notify approaching drivers,” he said. “At 9am, the operations team made the decision to close the on-ramp due to safety concerns. “More debris had encroached on the freeway and drivers were not observing the reduced speed limit. The closure remained in place until around 4pm on Saturday.” Mr Clements said 40mm of rain fell on the area between Friday night and

Saturday morning, and rain continued to fall on Saturday. “This weather event significantly impacted roads across Melbourne,” he said. “The operations team worked through Friday night and Saturday in terrible weather to make sure Peninsula Link was safe for drivers. “We are satisfied that the drainage has been designed and constructed to standard. We will consider if any additional measures need to be put in place. “The operations team has mobilised additional resources to increase our ability to deal with issues of this nature over the early winter months.” Once landscaping was fully estab-

lished, the batters would be better able to “cope with these types of weather events”. Asked if the freeway’s drainage system was adequate, Mr Clements said Southern Way was satisfied “the drainage has been designed and constructed to standard. We will consider if any additional measures need to be put in place.” “There were slippages along the freeway between Golf Links Rd and Cranbourne Rd on both sides of the carriageway. “At all times, the road was maintained in a manner to make sure it was safe for traffic.”

Danger roads CALLS are being renewed for action to lessen the dangers at the intersection of Boes and Graydens roads, Tyabb. Two people were taken to hospital after a two-car crash at the notorious intersection on Thursday afternoon. Mornington Peninsula Shire applied to VicRoads for black spot funding in August last year, although the only action taken so far is to reduce the speed limit in Graydens Rd from 100kph to 80. In October a shire spokeswoman said there were complications over land ownership, although plans for a roundabout had been sent to VicRoads. “We are also going to review the current title boundary information because some of the boundary fences are shown on different alignments to the boundaries we have in our system

and the road is already on private property in two places,” the spokeswoman said in an October 2012 email to Tyabb and District Ratepayers’ Association member David Lines. “The only thing we know at present is the shire has applied for black spot funding but, unfortunately, like so many other intersections it will take a fatality for anybody to really drive this with force,” Mr Lines said on Friday. “We have also asked repeatedly for this intersection to be better lit. One light suspended from a telegraph pole is the only lighting.” Injured: Two motorists were taken to hospital following this crash at the intersection of Boes and Graydens roads, Tyabb. Picture: David Chalke Western Port News 11 June 2013

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Cadets on parade By Andrew Hurst LOW temperatures, a large crowd of guests and the pressure of a public event did not diminish the quality and professionalism of the TS Tingira navy cadets parade on Sunday 26 May. The cadets, aged 13 to 19, demonstrated their skill in marching and drill and provided a drum corps and a ceremonial guard for inspection by Commander Aaron Nye, RAN, commanding officer of HMAS Cerberus Recruit School where the parade was held, and Lieutenant Commander Val Bookless, Flinders Flotilla Commander, Australian Navy Cadets (ANC). Braving the cold were a crowd of 90 onlookers made up of parents, friends, family and distinguished guests including Councillor David Garnock, and representatives from Hastings RSL, HMAS Sydney Association, Westernport Secondary College, the Royal Australian Navy and past TS Tingira staff and cadets. After the parade morning tea, organised by members of the TS Tingira unit support committee was held in Club Cerberus. Commanding officer of TS Tingira, Sub Lieutenant Meg Taylor, said: “We are always incredibly proud of our cadets but even more so at events like these. The teamwork needed to produce such a display captures the

Marching in: Cadets arrive at their ceremony. Picture: Andrew Hurst

spirit of the ANC, which is all about youth development. I would also like to thank HMAS Cerberus for their ongoing support of our unit and for allowing us to use their amazing facilities for the parade.” Based at the gun-room within HMAS Cerberus, cadets learn traditional maritime skills like sailing and navigation and wear a similar uniform to the RAN, who sponsor the ANC. TS Tingira cadets also take part in camps and ceremonial occasions throughout the year and are guided by their qualified staff to develop confidence, self-esteem, respect, leadership, teamwork and mateship. “It is not our job to train cadets for the Australian Defence Forces, although some choose to go into the services,” Sub Lieutenant Taylor said. “Our role is to help these teenagers discover who they are and support their development towards adulthood, with skills and qualities that will set them up for life in the real world. We are a large, supportive and inclusive family that continues to grow and develop, and has loads of fun along the way.” To find out more, or details on how to join TS Tingira contact co.tstingira@cadetnet.gov.au, or look at the Australian Navy Cadets website for general information on the ANC, and locations of units around the country.

Wild rides: Artist’s impression of the two water slides to be installed at Frankston Regional Aquatic Centre, due to open mid2014. The council says the Aquasphere family raft ride will be the first installed in the world.

Costs up but slide is world-first THE cost of Frankston’s aquatic centre has risen $3.35 million from $46.35 to $49.7 million. Frankston Council chief executive Dennis Hovenden said the increase came when the council approved the final design and awarded the tender for its construction to builder ADCO. “One of the final design decisions by the council was widening of the main pool hall concourse, which increased the size of the building by about 1200 square metres,” he said. Australian company ADCO recently built the Greensborough Regional

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Aquatic and Leisure Centre and is completing the Hawthorn Aquatic and Leisure Centre. On Tuesday, the council announced the Frankston Regional Aquatic Centre on Cranbourne Rd would have an Aquasphere family raft ride, a world first. The centre also will have a Constrictor slide, similar to the one at Wet’n’Wild on the Gold Coast. The Aquasphere “features highspeed twists and drops, fully enclosed spheres with light and sound shows and thrilling 90-degree corners”, the

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council said. Constrictor has “a series of spine-tingling spirals and tight highbanking turns, making the centre a perfect destination for families who want to get wet and have loads of fun”. “The family slide complex – which also includes an interactive aquatic playground for young children – is being provided by Whitewater West, the world’s original waterpark and attractions company [with more than] 700 installations in waterparks worldwide. The mayor, Cr Sandra Mayer, said the city was “incredibly thrilled to

unveil the world’s first Aquasphere at our centre and know it will be an outstanding attraction for the local community and beyond”. Aquatic centre manager Bruce Mackay said Whitewater West had “an excellent reputation for innovative attractions and designs”. The centre is due to open in mid2014 and will include:  A heated, indoor, Olympic-size 50-metre pool with movable boom.  Learn to swim pools and children’s pools.  Aquatic playground area.

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two waterslides. water exercise pool, spa, sauna and steam room.  Gymnasium.  Exercise and fitness rooms.  Cafe, shops and creche with occasional care.  Health and wellness centre.  Environmentally sustainable design. The council has $12.5 million from the state government and $13.5 million from the federal government for the project. Mike Hast  Warm


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Designers compete for logo designs that fulfilled the criteria. The resulting 100 works were submitted to a panel of staff, industry and Wallara representatives who selected seven designs and a winner. Ms Hielscher, a second year student, received $500, a drawing tablet, a ticket to the AGideas conference and a hamper. The top seven designers were also given a hamper. “Both parties are winners as Wallara was able to choose from a number of designs and the students had an opportunity to be involved in real life jobs and get a sense of how it is to work with a client and a real brief,” Mr Ross said. The students study at Chisholm’s new design complex and studio in Lonsdale St, Dandenong. Wallara will be unveiling the new logo later in the year on its WallaraTV online channel.

Graffiti campaign as ambos picket MP ABOUT 30 ambulance paramedics protested outside the office of Frankston MP Geoff Shaw on Tuesday morning as part of their campaign for more money and better conditions. Mr Shaw was not in his office when the protest started mid-morning but arrived soon after. He said the paramedics did not ask him to address the protestors and “left no letters of complaint”. “They were in their red shirts and waving placards,” he said. Paramedics ramped up their campaign late last month when they turned ambulances into mobile billboards. Ambulance Employees Australia says paramedics are venting their anger with graffiti after the union spent nine months trying to negotiate a new pay and conditions deal with the state government. Union secretary Steve McGhie said the graffiti on ambulances was “pretty widespread”. “It’s part of a paramedics’ campaign to bring their concerns to the attention of the Victorian public,” he said. Mr McGhie said Ambulance Victoria had threatened disciplinary and possible legal action against paramedics over the graffiti but the union believed it was a protected industrial action.

He said Victorian paramedics were the lowest paid in the country. “We have had 28 meetings over pay and conditions with the state government and the 29th is scheduled for 14 June. Our log of claims was put in 26 April last year,” he said. The union wants a 30 per cent pay rise over three years to bring Victorian paramedics into line with interstate counterparts. In South Australia, the ACT and Western Australia, paramedics earn $23,000 a year more than Victorian ambos. The union claims 81 per cent of paramedics said that there were not enough paramedics to cover the state’s needs and that 1500 workers, more than half of the ambulance service workforce, were preparing to quit the service over the next five years. The pay and conditions dispute heated up when Ambulance Victoria was accused of making drivers keep their vehicles logged on at the end of their shifts creating “phantom ambulances” to give the impression that there were more ambulances available. The claim was denied by Ambulance Victoria, which said the practice was for technical reasons and did not impact on reporting. Tony Duboudin and Mike Hast

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Rural gem with plenty of character SET on a lovely flat block of 8012-square metres, this character-filled homestead has been centrally positioned to create a private bush setting around the home. A gravel driveway leads up to the home and continues around to an impressive four-bay machinery and storage shed that would be ideal for any tradesman or even a home-based industry. The home has an inspiring formal entry with a feature cedar timber wall and refreshing indoor garden. There is a nice flow to the floor plan that allows for three separate living areas that include a neat kitchen with a walk-in pantry and an adjoining dining area where you can easily access the outdoor entertaining area and a striking formal lounge with feature brick wall and woodheater. A cosy family room has a nice timber-framed bay window and the neutral colour scheme throughout the home will suit any furnishings. Four bedrooms are positioned down the length of the home with the main one featuring a walk-in robe with built-in shelving and an ensuite. There is also a separate study. Wellpresented to complement the pleasing rural ambience, this comfortable property has gorgeous garden surrounds and a small dam to the rear. New owners can create their own slice of the good life and enjoy the self-sustainability of the abundant fruit trees and vegetable gardens that have been created here. Perfect for families of any age, this charming property may seem a world away but shops and schools are still within a short driving distance and other attractions such as beaches, golf courses and wineries are close at hand.

Address: Price: Agency: Agent:

220 South Beach Road, BITTERN $720,000 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; $770,000 Harcourts, 10/14 High Street, Hastings, 5970 7333 Andrea Hannah, 0417 400 660

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Tallon HASTINGS

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ER UND CT TRA N O C Cute Cottage Close To Shops This cute 2 bedroom cottage is light and bright and so close to the town. The home features high ceilings, kitchen with gas appliances, dishwasher, meals area and formal lounge which has a gas heater and s/system air conditioning. One bedroom has a walk-in robe, there is a separate bathroom and laundry. Outside is a paved pergola area, garden shedding, vegie patch, fruit trees and single carport. All on a block of 670m2 approx.

For Sale:

$310,000

Spacious, Character Filled Home

A Touch Of Class

Family Friendly On 1/4 Acre

Charming double brick residence with picket fence and QHDWIURQWJDUGHQFUHDWLQJDORYHO\Ă&#x20AC;UVWLPSUHVVLRQ/DUJH IRUPDOORXQJHZLWKH[SRVHGEULFN RSHQĂ&#x20AC;UHSODFH timber kitchen with d/w and island bench plus formal dining room. Main bedroom with WIR & FES, BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to two more bedrooms. Extra living space with family room featuring gas heating and split system air-conditioner which opens to paved , undercover entertainment area.

You will be instantly impressed by the appealing facade and landscaped front garden of this stylish home. Featuring gleaming porcelain tiles, formal lounge, large study, master bedroom with FES & WIR, central kitchen with ample bench and cupboard space + s/steel appliances including d/w. Large open-plan dining & family room with access to covered entertaining area.

Located on a quiet no-thru street this 3BR plus study home is ideal for a family looking for more space without blowing the budget. The home has exposed brick and timber paneling throughout and includes a lounge, master bedroom with FES and BIRs plus access to the study. There is a large family/dining room with s/system heating/cooling and a timber kitchen. The kids will love the large block with plenty of room to play.

For Sale:

For Sale:

For Sale: $365,000

$380,000

HASTINGS

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$470,000 plus

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This 2 storey, 2BR townhouse is ideally located close to the centre of town, the foreshore and transport. Downstairs is a European kitchen with gas cooking, d/w and laundry facilities. The open plan living/dining area has French doors leading out to the paved courtyard fringed where there is a garden shed. Both bedrooms have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and share a renovated bathroom. New carpets, freshly painted and well-presented.

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This north facing 2BR unit is located only a hop, skip and a jump to the foreshore and Hastings town centre. )HDWXULQJRSHQSODQORXQJHZLWKQHZĂ RDWLQJĂ RRUV gas heating and s/system air-conditioning, there is a kitchen with s/steel appliances including dishwasher, that overlooks the dining area & front garden. There is a main bathroom and separate laundry, and outside is a courtyard with wind out shade awning.

First home buyers or investors hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s your chance to get in! This 3 bedroom BV home is set on a corner block close to the foreshore and amenities of Hastings town centre. The home features a good size lounge with gas wall furnace and ducted exchange, a neat & tidy kitchen with gas cooking and dishwasher adjoining a meals area. All bedrooms have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and share the main bathroom plus separate shower room and separate toilet.

This property measures 744m2 (approx.) in size and is zoned Residential 1 and would suit development for a 2 lot subdivision (S.T.C.A). The existing dwelling is quite liveable and can be leased out while plans and permits are drawn up. There are 3 bedrooms, a timber kitchen, lounge area with space heater and s/system heating and cooling and laundry. Expected rental around $220pw. Outside is front and rear decking, large boat shed & garden shed.

For Sale:

For Sale:

For Sale:

For Sale:

$180,000 - $210,000

CRIB POINT

$320,000

CRIB POINT

$316,000

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$310,000

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Federation Corner

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Located on a corner block this 3BR, BV home is DQLGHDORSWLRQIRUĂ&#x20AC;UVWKRPHEX\HUVLQYHVWRUVRU anyone looking for an affordable home in a growing area with plenty of potential. There is a large lounge with Coonara and air-conditioning, an updated kitchen with adjoining meals area plus a separate formal dining or second living room with sliding door access to a covered entertaining area.

Why buy a unit thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a dime a dozen, when you could have this beautiful home on its own parcel of land with real character and country charm? Immaculate presentation and a warm, inviting feel truly make this house a home. Featuring 2 bedrooms, country-style kitchen with gas cooking and plenty of cupboard space, a ODUJHORXQJHKDVJDVORJĂ&#x20AC;UHSOXVFHLOLQJIDQVWKURXJKRXW Outside are delightful gardens with an arbour feature.

A long concrete driveway leads to this well-presented, 3BR, ranch-style home. With dual access bathroom, large ORXQJHZLWKJDVORJĂ&#x20AC;UHDQGVHSDUDWHIRUPDOGLQLQJURRP DOLJKWĂ&#x20AC;OOHGNLWFKHQKDVPRGHUQDSSOLDQFHV ORRNV out to the covered entertaining area with cafe blinds and built-in mains BBQ. Nicely landscaped with rear carport for boat or caravan. Also featuring s/system airconditioning. Set on a no through road.

7KLVKRPHPDNHVDJUHDWĂ&#x20AC;UVWLPSUHVVLRQZLWKDQHDW and tidy presentation from the well-maintained front garden and right through the home itself. There are three bedrooms, large lounge with gas heating and bright kitchen with gas cooking and adjacent meals area. Outside is a good sized backyard boasting more gardens with mature trees, veggie patch and roses. There is also a garden shed and off-street parking.

For Sale:

For Sale:

For Sale:

For Sale:

$310,000

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1 / 93 Salmon Street Seaside Villa

Smell the sea air from this beautifully located townhouse. This home comprises of 2BRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, modern bathroom, separate toilet, large lounge with feature gas ORJ Ă&#x20AC;UH GXFWHG KHDWLQJ  VV\VWHP DLUFRQGLWLRQLQJ $ large modern kitchen has s/steel appliances & adjacent dining area with high ceilings & polished hardwood Ă RRUV2XWVLGHLVDVLQJOHJDUDJHZLWKLQWHUQDODFFHVV

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CYNTHIA DOBBIN Phone: 0438 773 627 Page 4

$295,000

$365,000

$248,000

BITTERN

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Myers Magic

Bitternâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Best Block

Cental Location With Everything

,GHDOIRUĂ&#x20AC;UVWKRPHEX\HURUIDPLOLHVWKLVUHFHQWO\ renovated home has warmth and character with natural tones and hardwood features. An open-plan design consists of a lounge, meals area and kitchen with stunning hardwood bench tops and splash backs. Three bedrooms include BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and share a modern bathroom. Coonara & s/system heating & cooling, rumpus room, merbau timber deck and all on a landscaped block.

This block of land is an ideal for anyone looking to create their dream lifestyle by building the home they want without compromising on a private and leafy location. Situated in a sought after area, this 462m2 approx allotment boasts a wide street frontage (25m approx) allowing you to create a home design with an impressive facade and sense of space. New fencing to 3 sides, some basic landscaping taken care of and all services are available.

Three bedroom home with all the features one needs and well-priced. The surprisingly spacious home has tiled entry, formal lounge, an updated kitchen and adjoining dining area with access to the covered pergola. Outside features a single lock-up garage plus single carport with roller door positioned at the end of a long concrete driveway for plenty of off street parking. There is also a large garden shed and veggie box.

For Sale:

For Sale:

For Sale:

NIGEL EVANS Phone: 0439 540 055

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$360,000

35 High Street, Hastings

$180,000

tallon.com.au

$295,000

5979 3000


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First time for sale. Well established business with an excellent corner position. Factory approx 237m2 with 595m2 (approx) of land. Secure lockup fencing all around Sale of freehold also includes business with all equipment and tools necessary to continue operation of a panel beating workshop such as spray booth, spray guns & panel beating tools. Industrial 3 zoning, site could also be developed STCA.

With access off Thornhill Street & Lyall Street is this industrial 3 zoned land, which is the last available. Not port related zoning(SUZ1) but backs onto SUZ1 zone as well as the bay, ideal site for development now or for future port related use for the proposed Port of Hastings. 4.5 Acres approx (18210m2) suitable for large factory development or any other industrial 3 use (STCA).

For Sale:

For Sale:

$450,000

$975,000

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One of four new factories along Frankston-Flinders Road â&#x20AC;˘ 7 car spaces â&#x20AC;˘PĂ RRUVSDFHPPH]]DQLQH PWRWDO â&#x20AC;˘ 3 phase power â&#x20AC;˘ 2 toilets â&#x20AC;˘,QWHUQDORIĂ&#x20AC;FHVVWRUDJHDUHD â&#x20AC;˘ Fire hydrants + extinguishers

For Sale:

$44,196 per annum + GST

DOMINIC TALLON Phone: 0408 528 857

5 acres of land with 6000m2 of coolstores + buildings. Zoned SUZ1 with direct access to McKirdys Road, the complex has 14 coolers/freezers, grading, packing & processing area, truck loading + storage area, enclosed loading bay & storage shed and a new s/steel lined processing plant room. For Sale: $2.2 million Three bordering properties also for sale are: 24 Denham Road 10 acres, $610,000 48 Denhams Road 9.55acres $625,000 17 Thornells Road 16.45 acres $700,000

35 High Street, Hastings

ALF TALLON Phone: 5979 3000

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5979 3000 tallon.com.au

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FOR smart buyers seeking a wonderful home loaded with features where all you have to do is just unpack, the search ends here with this stylish and modern single level family home. Set on a 731-square metre block, the home has had some recent improvements with new carpeting, a fresh coat of paint and new light fittings throughout. Other conveniences include ducted heating and a waste master system. Designed with entertaining in mind, there is a superb outdoor room that can be enclosed with zip track blinds, for enjoyment all year round whatever the weather. A central kitchen has a gas cook top, electric oven and a dishwasher and overlooks the entertaining zone. Three more living areas consist of a lounge and family room with a casual meals area close to the kitchen. To complete this excellent property there are four bedrooms, three have built-in robes and the master bedroom has a walk-in robe and ensuite. Address: 23 Matthew Circuit, HASTINGS Price: $429,000 Agency: Ben Tallon Real Estate, 1/34 High Street, Hastings, 5979 8003 Agent: Wendy Tallon, 0419 135 836

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24 Olivia Way CRIB POINT Cedar Palace

$299,950

This lovely timber home consists of two good sized bedrooms, study, NLWFKHQZLWKJDVFRRNLQJSROLVKHGĂ RRUERDUGVUHQRYDWHGEDWKURRP heating & cooling and outside is a rear courtyard, carport and workshop, which would suit handyman looking for that extra space. The block measures over 850m2 with subdivision potential (STCA).

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Negotiable over $300,000

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Offers over $430,000 considered

Brand new, three bedroom townhouses only 50 metres to High Street. King-size main bedroom with FES & WIR, family bathroom and single JDUDJH$OVRFRPSULVLQJRITXDOLW\Ă&#x20AC;[WXUHVDQGĂ&#x20AC;WWLQJVWKURXJKRXWVVWHHO appliances, gas cooking, quality carpets, heating and cooling, private landscaped gardens & 5 STAR energy rating. Best position in town.

This immaculately presented, 4BR home with study is built with class. Only two years old and still under builders warranty, all the hard work is done.All bedroom have BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, main bedroom has FES & WIR, kitchen with s/steel appliances and two separate living zones have gas ducted heating and more. Inspection is a must, so ring now.

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$395,000

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Four bedrooms, double garage, ensuite to main bedroom, gas ducted heating and all set on a good sized block in quiet Tyabb! Currently leased and showing a good return, what would your preference be? Nest or Invest? Surrounded by similar quality homes, this one is ready to go. Ring now to secure your future.

4/82 high street, hastings

$449,990

Immaculately presented 5BR home with all the â&#x20AC;&#x153;I wantsâ&#x20AC;? you can think of. Big bedrooms, FES, splendid kitchen, GDH, cooling, double garage - all on a big block with entertaining area, rear yard access and much more. This KRPHZRXOGPDNHDPDJQLĂ&#x20AC;FHQWLQYHVWPHQWRUWDNHDORQJHUVHWWOHPHQW and live in it yourself. Priced to sell now so make an appointment today.

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Satchwells

Local Agents with Local Knowledge For Over 50 Years CRIB POINT

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WATERSIDE LOCATION WITH VIEWS

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6SDFLRXV%5KRPHRSSRVLWHDSDUNZLWKQRSDVVLQJWUDIĂ&#x20AC;F(DFKEHGURRP Stunning 5BR home with meals & family room opening to alfresco area. Main has BIRs, master offers a spacious WIR & ensuite. Includes a study or 5th EHGURRPZLWK)(6 :,5QGEDWKURRPZLWKVSD*DVĂ&#x20AC;UHDQGZDOOKHDWLQJ BR. Open plan dining & kitchen area adjoins the 2nd family room. plus 2 x r/cycle air-conditioning units. Double garage & workshop.

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43 James Street - Inspect Sat -12.00-12.30pm

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24 Lefroy Lane - Inspect Sat 1.30-2.00pm

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www.satchwells.com.au 1/97 High Street 14 Balnarring Village

03 5979 1888 03 5983 5509


Harcourts SINCE 1888

Hastings 10/14 High Street 03 5970 7333 www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

AUCTION

Crib Point 12 Howell Street

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Complete The Dream On 1011m2 (approx.)

5 Sold. Last One Available! Private, Secure & Waterside!

Situated within a quiet established pocket of Crib Point is this near new four bedroom home that has it all! On a generous Âź acre (approx) with side access, loads of backyard & a large powered garage to the rear of the property. A double lock up garage is also positioned under roofline. The home itself includes built in robes to all bedrooms with full ensuite to the master, three living areas, central kitchen which features island bench, ample storage & stainless steel appliances. Separate meals area is positioned to the side of the kitchen & the living room is open plan. A great alfresco area is perfect for all year round entertaining. Additional features include evaporative cooling, ducted heating & ducted vacuum. Only a short distance to the Crib Point shops, Stony Point Ferry, Crib Point Train Station & Woolleys Beach.

Designed with lifestyle in mind this exquisite architecturally designed 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom residence is a must to inspect. Located in this prime waterside location, within this boutique gated community featuring indoor/outdoor living the property boasts a large open plan living area, master bedroom with WIR & en-suite, stylish kitchen with stainless steel appliances & contemporary central bathroom. While outside enjoy the spacious private landscaped gardens & pergola. Special features include; gas ducted heating & cooling, stone bench tops, porcelain tiles, security system, quality blinds, fly screens, landscaped gardens, water tank, covered entertainment area & DLUG with internal access.

AUCTION Saturday 15th June at 11.00am Price Guide $360,000 plus View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS3894

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Jason Dowler M 0403 598 754

Tim Hughes 0410 470 515 E tim.hughes@harcourts.com.au Andrea Hannah 0417 400 660 E andrea.hannah@harcourts.com.au

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Picture Perfect - South Beach Gem!

Dual Living - 11/3 Acres (approx.)

Centrally positioned on its block, this home offers a well-designed floor plan with three separate living zones. Offering an impressive entry with a feature cedar lined wall and indoor garden, this home would be well suited to a young family wanting lots of room to move. The kitchen has a walk-in pantry, and a dining area is central to the action with direct access to the outdoor area. There is ample shedding for a workshop or even a home office. Other features are ducted vacuum, alarm system, 4 bedrooms plus study - including the main bedroom with WIR & ensuite. The two living areas each have a distinct style, with one featuring a Coonara wood heater. Well-presented, this property exudes ambience and a homely comfort within a gorgeous garden setting.

6 bed, 4 bath, 1 1/3 acres, 2 living zones & seperate rates. A very rare opportunity awaits you in the exclusive Kinfauns Estate to purchase two homes on the one property all set on 1.32 acres (approx). One home consists of four spacious bedrooms plus study, master with full ensuite & huge WIR, open plan living & kitchen/meals area, electric blinds, ducted vacuum & a rumpus room to the rear. The second home comprises of two bedrooms plus study, master with ensuite & powder room, dining & lounge room. Both homes include ducted heating, split system cooling & water tanks. The two homes are joined together by a 5 car remote garage. Outside you will find a covered entertainment area, separate fenced off rear yards & huge swim spa. A huge barn sized shed is positioned to the side of the home.

Price Guide $720,000 - $770,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS3943 Open Saturday 1.15-1.45pm*

For Sale By Negotiation over $880,000 View www.harcourts.com.au/VHS3899 Open Saturday 12.30-1.00pm

Tim Hughes 0410 470 515 E tim.hughes@harcourts.com.au Andrea Hannah 0417 400 660 E andrea.hannah@harcourts.com.au

Jason Dowler 0403 598 754

www.hastings.harcourts.com.au

E jason.dowler@harcourts.com.au

*photo ID required to inspect properties

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CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT PHONE: 5979 3555 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings www.century21hastings.com.au

HOME PORT

OLD TYABB!

NATIVE DELIGHT!

HASTINGS 61 Lyall Street

2

4

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HASTINGS 7 Matthew Circuit

4

2

2

Situated in the exclusive Old Tyabb area and updated throughout, this family home contains

Surrounded by a professionally landscaped native garden this 4 bedroom B/V home with remote

polished floors along with newly renovated kitchen with granite benches and stainless steel

double garage is situated in one of the most sought after precincts of Hastings. Featuring master

appliances. Both the family bathroom & ensuite have also been renovated. An undercover pergola

B/R with ensuite and W.I.R, 3 additional bedrooms with double B.I.R’s, split-system in living area,

overlooking the spacious back yard (approx 830sqm) provides the perfect place for entertaining.

ducted heating, stainless steel appliances and side access to backyard. Outside boasts vege

Double carport + shed for ample storage space. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED VIEW: Saturday 11:00-11:30am AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

garden, cubby house & entertaining area. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: $390,000 VIEW: Saturday 12:00-12:30pm AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

DREAM HOME!

HASTINGS 6 Windrest Place

BELLBIRD PARK

4

2

4

1

Privately located in an exclusive waterside pocket, this beautiful 2.5 year old home features 4 separate living zones including an open plan kitchen/meals/family zone, formal lounge, theatre room + informal living area. Boasting a fabulous outdoor undercover alfresco area that overlooks the solar heated salt chlorinated pool. Other features include duct heating & vacuum, Caesar stone benchtops & 5 year

GRAND OPENING

3

2

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Take your pick! Choice of 2 & 3 bedroom residences, boasting large open plan living & dining area, quality interior and fixtures & fittings. Landscaping & paved outdoor area. Other features include: spacious kitchen with stainless steel appliances, Bathroom with shower & bath, carpet & tiling to all living areas, ducted heating & split system cooling and remote controlled garage. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: EXPRESS SALE VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

CHEAPER THAN RENT!

CRIB POINT 2/42 Park Road

2

1

1

Looking for something to give you a good return, or just a property to call your own that won’t break the bank? Look no further. This attractive unit offers comfortable living at an affordable price. Comprising 2 bedrooms (both with B.I.R’s), open plan lounge, bright modern kitchen adjoins dining area, single carport, manageable yard with garden shed and all within close proximity to schools, navy base and shops. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: Offers Over $210,000 VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

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timber kitchen with large pantry and ample overhead cupboards, plus gas ducted heating and r/cycle heating and cooling units throughout the home. Outside boasts a two bedroom bungalow, double carport under roofline, four car garage, wood shed, storage shed, four water tanks and large rear

PRICE: $730,000 Negotiable VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

PRICE: $545,000 Plus VIEW: By Appointment AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

4

Well presented ranch style home on 2 ½ acres will tick all the boxes. The home is well appointed with

paddock. Contact Exclusive Agent.

builder’s warranty. Contact Exclusive Agent.

HASTINGS 2,3 & 4/14 Hilltop Rise

BITTERN 17 Wellington Road


CENTURY 21 HOMEPORT PHONE: 5979 3555 2100 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings www.century21hastings.com.au

HOME PORT

12 ACRES IN BITTERN

4

WHERE THE COUNTRY MEETS THE COAST

2

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BITTERN 101 Myers Road A highly desirable lifestyle or horse property where the country meets the coast, this 4.86ha (12 acres) prime holding offers a

AUCTION Saturday, June 29th 2013, 2.30pm On-Site.

comfortable four B/R brick veneer family home, featuring an abundance of shedding and storage; plus master bedroom with ensuite &

VIEW

Saturday & Sunday 2:00 - 2:30pm

AGENT

Wilma Green 0407 833 996

spa, formal and informal living areas and large kitchen. Offering brilliant scope to further develop existing facilities with the addition of a ménage, additional approx X6 fenced paddocks and a dam.

Terms: 10% Deposit on signing, Settlement 30 days with Vacant Possession

KARI PARK ON 1 ACRE

LOVELY LIFESTYLE

BITTERN 18 Daly Street

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HASTINGS 225 Hendersons Road

2

4

Well-built and well designed, this spacious & sophisticated residence on 9916m2 allotment

Located on the edge of town on approx. 4316m2, this property offers the lifestyle we all dream of! The

is situated in a secluded country lane amongst some of the most prestigious wineries of the

home features 4 bedrooms with BIR’s; Huge master suite has ensuite, WIR & a nursery. Outdoors

Mornington Peninsula. A statement in modern contemporary design, the formal entrance leads to

offers a lovely paved BBQ area, extra large double garage under roofline plus multiple shedding. The

the very generous open plan living area. Boasting 3 B/R’s plus a study, 1 cottage for registered B&B,

land is just over 1 acre, lightly treed with mature gums and a pretty fernery.

2B/R self contained unit & lock up 16x19m workshop. Contact Exclusive Agent.

Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE: Offers Over $900,000 VIEW: Saturday 1:00-1:30pm AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

PRICE: EXPRESS SALE VIEW: Saturday 1:00-1:30pm AGENT: Chris Watt 0417 588 321

“MEANDER INN”

CRIB POINT 86 Lorimer Street

CHEAPER THAN RENT!

2

1

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Situated on approx 672sqm corner allotment, this well presented very affordable BV with hardiplank facade home features 2 bedrooms with B.I.R’s, r/cycle air-con & gas log fire in lounge area; plus timber kitchen with gas chef stove. Outside boasts single carport, 2 x garden sheds, variety of fruit trees, vegetable patch and paved BBQ area. Contact Exclusive Agent.

PRICE: $285,000 VIEW: Saturday 11:30-12:00pm AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

CRIB POINT 11 Austin Court

3

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Light filled, perfectly presented open plan living home features newly built kitchen with all modern appliances, new gas wall furnace, hot water unit and r/cycle air-con. Featuring lovely exposed beams and lime wash timber ceilings which create a lovely cosy country feel to the home in living and meals area. Outside boasts a large and very high double carport with access to workshop at rear, plus water tanks, cubby house and vegetable gardens. Contact Exclusive Agent. PRICE: $335,000 VIEW: Saturday 12:00-12:30pm AGENT: Wilma Green 0407 833 996

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(03) 5979 8003 btre.com.au HASTINGS

$429,000

NEW LISTING

HASTINGS

BTRE $225,000

NEW LISTING

NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN AND ENJOY

AFFORDABLY YOURS

This 4BR family home, set on 731sqm block, has recent improvements including new carpet, paint, light Ă&#x20AC;WWLQJVGXFWHGKHDWLQJUDQJHKRRGZDVWHPDVWHUZDWHUWDQNV LQDOO DQGVRODUKRWZDWHUZLWKJDVERRVWHU Entertaining couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be easier with a central kitchen featuring gas cook top, electric oven and dishwasher, overlooking a beautiful paved alfresco area with zip track blinds and lighting that can be enjoyed all year round. Other features include lounge, meals area and family room, evaporative cooling, WIR & FES to main bedroom and BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s to other bedrooms. All completed with a double lock up garage and rear access, a generous back yard with 6m x 5m powered workshop on concrete slab and neat low maintenance gardens. This is the ideal family home.

3D\DWWHQWLRQLQYHVWRUVDQGĂ&#x20AC;UVWKRPHEX\HUVWKLVEHGURRPKRPHLVDPXVWVHH6HWRQDFRUQHUEORFN with recent upgrades to hot water service, stove and heating, here is the opportunity to own your own home or buy into the investors market. Fully fenced front yard and high fences in backyard creates plenty of privacy. Large garage or workshop on slab and double carport/undercover area is an asset to any home. Give a little TLC to the Bungalow and you have an extra room. And as an added extra, a sizeable bird aviary or cat enclosure. This home offers huge potential at a realistic price.

TYABB

CRIB POINT

$190,000 +

$360,000 - $390,000

UNDER ACT CONTR

NEW LISTING

THE PRICE IS RIGHT

FANTASTIC VALUE

Looking for an entry level property in central Tyabb? Look no further. Set in a quiet block amongst neat and tidy gardens, this well maintained 2 bedroom unit offers neutral tones inside and out with a freshly painted rendered exterior, gas heating and cooking, main bathroom, separate laundry, private courtyard and carport. With only a short walk to public transport, medical clinics and shopping strip, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Looking for an affordable family home? Look no further. Set on a large 1012sqm block, this beautifully maintained home comprises of 3 bedrooms with BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, a huge WIR off the main bedroom, central modern kitchen with s/steel appliances inc. dishwasher, breakfast bar, adjoining meals area and large lounge URRP$QH[WUDOLYLQJDUHDKDVVROLGWLPEHUĂ RRUVDQGFRXOGEHXVHGDVDQH[WUDOLYLQJDUHDIRUPDOGLQLQJ room or even a fourth bedroom. No family home is complete without a study and the comforts of central heating and air conditioning, with one bathroom and two toilets and a European laundry. Other features include alfresco area and BBQ shed, large back yard and a monstrous 4 car remote garage. With only a short stroll to shops, schools and public transport, you really wont beat this for value

HASTINGS

SOMERVILLE

$265,000+

CONVENIENCE AND COMFORT

ALL THE HARD WORK IS DONE

When position is a priority you cannot beat this 3 bedroom unit located in Hastings central and tucked away in a private corner. New carpets, fresh dcor and natural sunlight give this unit a light and airy feel as soon as you enter through the door. Features include large living area, meals, kitchen with gas cook top and electric oven, BIR to main, central heating and reverse cycle air conditioning. With a large back yard and paved pergola area, there is plenty of room for entertaining, gardening, or childrens playground equipment. A single lock up garage with remote and medium size garden shed completes this tidy package. Close to public transport and around the corner from shopping centre, this property is suitable for owner occupier or investor.

HASTINGS

$295,000 - $315,000

$430,000+

Looks can be deceiving, this modern 3 bedroom home has it all. Renovated completely inside including brand new kitchen, bathroom, carpet, even the door handles! Easy to maintain gardens, inverter air con/heating plus coonara, open plan living with cathedral ceilings this neat and tidy home is a must see. Best of all its walking distance to the shops and local primary school. With a current lease in place, this property is the perfect investment.

HASTINGS

FABULOUS FAMILY LIVING This 4BR home exudes perfection. The manicured gardens, paved driveway & colourbond roof give the front of this BV home an immaculate clean cut appearance. A modern kitchen is complete with s/steel appliances, d/w, plenty of cupboard space, pantry & breakfast bench plus spacious dining area. An undercover alfresco area has Merbau decking and balustrades. Two spacious living zones - a large lounge up one end and family room up the other - provide plenty of room and other features include BIRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, WIR to main + FES, timber venetians, central heating, 2 x r/cycle air conditioners & double garage.

PRIME POSITION Situated in a lovely private court, among some of the most exclusive properties in town and within close proximity to Hastings foreshore, this deceivingly large family home boasts plenty of room and privacy. With 5 Bedrooms plus study, the master bedroom features large walk in robe and full ensuite. The open plan kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher is offset by a spacious meals and family room. Perfect for entertaining this property has the package. A large rumpus room/ home theatre, formal lounge, dining and alfresco area, what more could you want. Outside, there is ample off street parking, double lock up garage with rear access; and for the family boat or caravan, separate side access to yard. Nestled on 605m2 of land surrounded by low maintenance landscaped gardens, this property offers the lifestyle at an affordable price.

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$489,000


LOVE THIS HOME

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Street appeal WITH a pleasing outlook across open parkland to the water, this splendid doublestorey townhouse is a perfect low-maintenance option for the mature age buyer. Close to all amenities, the townhouse has an extensively landscaped garden and a private, undercover courtyard will be great for entertaining all year round. The interior has a contemporary design that will suit most furnishings. A spacious open-plan area downstairs has tiled floors throughout and in the kitchen is an under-bench oven and gas cooktop. A second living zone towards the front of the home has carpeted floors and enjoys the view across the park. There are three bedrooms on the second level and a parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; retreat or library provides handy extra space at the top of the stairs. The main bedroom has an ensuite and walk-in robe and two more bedrooms have built-in robes and share the main bathroom. This front unit, in a small, boutique development is set on its own title, on a block of about 280-square metres. Address: 4/89 Marine Parade, HASTINGS Price: $525,000 Agency: Satchwells Real Estate, 1/97 High Street, Hastings, 5979 1888 Agent: Don McKenzie, 0419 955 177

REAL ESTATE SOMERVILLE

Est 1989

Proudly Independently Owned & Operated

$460,000 - $480,000

SOMERVILLE - 65 Stanley Street

$365,000

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Stunning, Timeless Beauty

Loaded With Appeal

This classically-styled and attractive home has four bedrooms, certain to please most families. A charming outdoor paved pergola area has bistro blinds and overlooks a glorious park-like setting that gives you a real feeling of privacy. Inside is a formal lounge room, a lovely open-plan kitchen and family area and a full bathroom. Upstairs, the master bedroom has ensuite, there is a second living area at the top of the stairs and heaps of handy storage in the roof cavity. Complete with double garage and beautifully presented gardens.

A well priced 3 bedroom home located within easy walk to shops & park. Main bedroom has FES, there are two living areas and a nice kitchen with gas cooking an dishwasher. GDH and evap. cooling throughout, large, paved entertaining area from the family room that extends the living capacity of this home. Plenty of room for cars and storage with a single garage and potential access at side of property. Plenty of room for kids to play at rear, low maintenance garden complete this outstanding property. RING NOW FOR AN INSPECTION!

SOMERVILLE - 6 Snow Gum Place

SOMERVILLE - 4 Bushbury Court

$795,000

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$480,000 - $520,000

Dynamic Locale - Relaxing Lifestyle

Peaceful & Tranquil Surrounds

Tucked away amidst established gardens, in a highly coveted Woodlands Estate setting, this captivating 5 bedroom family home has charm and character for relaxed family living. The home features formal lounge & dining area, timber kitchen with meals area, large family area with gas log fire, evaporative cooling, ducted heating & vacuum systems, full ensuite to master which features a bay window. Home measures approx 24sq with outside features including a decked pergola area overlooking the above ground pool.

Nestled down a long, private driveway, this wonderful four-bedroom family home is located on 1.5 acres. The extensive property comprises zoned parents area, main bedroom with FES and spa, spacious open-plan living area with terrific timber kitchen with s/steel appliances and adjoining meals area. Evaporative cooling & ducted heating throughout. Outside features a double garage, 11m x 8m shed, solar heated IG pool & circular bitumen driveway. Located in cul de sac setting, this property is located only minutes to the new freeway.

Phil Stone Hugh Gamble

0412 226 758 0401 319 811

1067 Frankston-Flinders Road, Somerville, 5977 7766

www.lcooper.com.au

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COVERING THE WESTERN PORT REGION

Bay West Real Estate (VIC) Pty. Ltd. 2104 Frankston-Flinders Road, Hastings, VIC 3915 Ph: 03 5979 4412 Fax: 03 5979 3097 Email: enquiries@baywestrealestate.com.au Web: www.baywestrealestate.com.au

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mornington

Auction

Auction Saturday 15th June at 2.00pm

3 Hunter Street Mornington Builders Realization Auction - Walk To Main Street This is an outstanding opportunity to acquire a brand new three bedroom, two or three bathroom townhouse close to all that Main Street has to offer. These individually designed, low maintenance homes will suit the astute investor or discerning buyer looking for excellent capital growth and up-market living in a quite yet convenient location. Features include grand entries, spacious open-plan living areas, designer kitchens with stone benchtops, quality stainless steel appliances, remote double LU garages with internal access, split system heating/cooling, fully landscaped gardens and much more. All offers will be considered prior to auction.

Auction Saturday 15th June 2.00pm Terms 10% deposit balance due 30/90 days Inspection Wednesday 1.30 - 2.00pm & Saturday from 1.30pm Contact Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

Mornington

A 43 B 2 C 2 For Sale

2/36 Waterloo Place Mornington Superb Seaside Style Fresh sea air, beautiful beaches, and the cafes on Main Street are all at the doorstep of this impressive modern two bedroom unit in an exclusive group. Perfectly packaged for a relaxed seaside lifestyle, this tranquil home is beautifully appointed with a private entertaining courtyard, a remote garage and all the modern comforts.

Price $460,000 - $490,000 Inspection Wednesday & Saturday 12.15 - 12.45pm Contact Deborah Quinn 0428 205 555 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Mount Martha

For Sale

Grand Opening Coming Soon

76 Harrap Road, Mount Martha DELGANY – Your new lifestyle awaits... Looking to downsize, but don’t want to compromise on quality or location? Then take a close look at “Delgany”, Mt Martha`s premier up-market development with grand gated entry and spacious, landscaped grounds. Freedom to choose from either single or double storey designs plus you can pick your colour scheme and more. Features include spacious designer stone kitchens with soft-close drawers, two or three bedrooms, two bathrooms, direct access remote garage, security doors, pre-wired TV aerial/phone/fax and internet, ducted heating and two splitsystem A/Cs. Close to parks, transport and Bentons Square Shopping Centre. What are you waiting for? Price From $435,950 Inspection Wednesday’s, Saturday’s & Sunday’s 2.30 - 3.30pm Contact Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 Robert Bowman 0417 173 103 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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197 Main Street Mornington VIC 3931 T. 03 5975 6888

Safety Beach

Auction

Auction Saturday 29th June at 2.00pm

In Conjunction with MJ Ross & Co 215 Pt Nepean Road, Dromana Office 5987 2800 Linda Wooley 0408 148 041 Kerryn Mountain 0438 283 564

148 Clipper Quay, Safety Beach Below replacement cost - Moments to Marina, Beach & Golf Course Offering all the joys of beachside living, as well as the spoils of life on a marina, this four bedroom residence provides a heavenly lifestyle for young families or retirees in search of a stylish seaside escape, or investors seeking a property that provides a healthy return while property values rise. Just a hop, skip and jump to Martha Cove marina and a pleasant walk to Safety Beachâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s sandy stretch, this stylish as-new home on 527 sq.m (approx) includes two living areas, covered alfresco area, walk-in pantry, master ensuite and double remote-controlled garage. Auction 29th June 2.00pm Terms 10% deposit balance due 60/90 days Inspection Saturdays 1.30 - 2.00pm Contact Deborah Quinn 0428 205 555 Chris Wilson 0417 147 307 bowmanandcompany.com.au

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100 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK...

Somerville school holds pleasant concert, locals inherit family fortune Compiled by Matt Vowell From the pages of the Mornington Standard 14 June 1913. ON Saturday last a concert was given by the pupils of the Somerville State school in aid of the building fund of the Mechanics’ Hall. They staged a programme of 16 items, all of which were interesting, instructive, graceful, and amusing. From start to finish, from the oldest pupil to the youngest, from A to Z the performance was a great credit to Mr and Mrs Reed alike and the children’s interest was sustained without flagging for over two hours, and, not withstanding a very wet night, the house was full. Dr Griffith occupied the chair. Mrs Reed acted as accompanist. Mr Reed had the children well trained and under control. The various items were applauded and some caused great amusement, especially a dumb action song done in double quick time. The building fund was substantially increased by some £7 or £8. The new committee are to be congratulated on their pluck and enterprise. The programme was as follows:Marching song, physical culture display, whistling accompaniment infants, hoop song, solo ‘The old Lock’ Miss D Reed, carved wand drill, action song 16 girls, recreation drill, ribbon song 12 girls, solo ‘Snowflakes’ R Murray, duet ‘Myrheir and his little Dutch lady,’ song ‘Sailing,’ action song 16 girls, duet ‘You Mustn’t’ Miss F. Vines and Ruben Murray, scarf drill 18 girls, cantata ‘The Magic Wood.’ Lollies over from Empire Day were then handed to the children. *** MR Power, who only lately came here

to reside with his wife and family, has received word from Dublin that his wife has come into a fortune. They have not been long out from Ireland and intend returning soon to claim the interest that has so luckily fallen to their share. *** MR A Buchanan, of Flinders, has been appointed a Justice of the Peace for the Central Bailiwick. *** GREAT activity is shown in the building trade in Mornington and buildings are going up in all directions. The second euchre party and dance in aid of the Frankston brass band will be held on 6 August. *** AT the annual meeting of the Frankston Tennis Club, held on Wednesday evening, Miss D Gregory was presented by the president with a handsome handbag - the trophy for winning the ladies’ singles tournament. *** AMONG the audience at the last Frankston Choral Concert were a number of Somerville residents who were so delighted with the programme that they have engaged some of the professionals to sing at the concert on Monday next. *** AT the Mornington Council meeting held on Thursday, it was resolved that a letter of sympathy be sent to Dr Grover, who had been called away to the deathbed of his son-in-law. *** MR Fowler, engineer for the Shire of Mornington, attended the meeting of that shire for the last time, before his departure for Tasmania, on Thursday. He was the recipient of hearty good

wishes from all the councillors for his future prosperity. *** THE billiard room sold by Mr W Kemp to Rev G A Kitchen, for the Frankston Club, is this week being removed to the site in Thompson St, Frankston, recently purchased. The work is being carried out by a working bee, organised by Mr F Wells. We are asked to call attention to an advertisement in another column, offering for sale the air-gas plant, previously used in this room. Applications may be made to Mr A. Bailey, Frankston Nursery. *** ON Sunday (tomorrow) services in aid of foreign missions will be held in the Frankston Methodist Circuit, when the Rev P C Nye, from Fiji, will preach as follows:- Frankston in the morning, Langwarrin in the afternoon, and Somerville in the evening. Rev R Jackson will preach at Somerville in the afternoon and Frankston in the evening; Mr G. B. Duff at Pearcedale afternoon and evening. During the week missionary meetings will be held at Langwarrin on Monday, Frankston on Tuesday, Pearcedale on Wednesday, and Somerville on Thursday, when the Rev Mr Nye will speak on missionary work. Collections will be taken up in aid of foreign missions. Meetings will commence at 8 p.m. *** MR Les Westaway had a rather exciting experience last Friday week. He was driving Messrs Croft’s delivery cart down Holdsworth’s Hill, when the breeching broke and the horse started off at a gallop. In trying to pull him up the reins broke and thus losing all control the driver thought discretion

the better part of valour and alighted over the back of the baker’s cart. The horse continued its mad career towards Somerville, and was eventually secured on the road with everything intact except the harness. Les was a bit bruised and shaken; otherwise all was well. *** THE footballer’s social was a great success numerically, socially, and financially. The ball was crowded, numbers coming from distant places. The floor was in good order, and Miss Romeo supplied the best of music. Refreshments were handed round at midnight. The football c lub will profit to the extent of some £9 or £10. *** ONE of the gratifying features of the political battle just fought to a finish is that a large number of young men took an active part in opposing the Referenda protocols. They had no personal end to serve for they were not candidates and were so many that few of them have the slightest chance of being candidates in the future. They organised the Liberal Speakers’ Association and under its auspices they qualified themselves thoroughly for the task they had undertaken, devoting the leisure of many months to the study of the various issues. Almost without exception the men in question were amazed by the political ignorance of the electors. That ignorance was not peculiar to town or country, to any section of the community, rich or poor. Many professional men and society women showed themselves as ill versed in the history and meaning of the Constitution in the doing of Federal and State legislation as were the majority of the artisans

and labourers who attended Referenda meetings with them. Such ignorance is perhaps the natural outcome of the party system. A busy professional man, who has been trained on scientific lines and who is accustomed to reasonable accuracy of statement, soon wearies of speech and articles which he discovers are un-blushingly partisan. The businessman who is accustomed to deal with figures, has the same aversion to random assertion. So the tendency is to leave the party game to those directly interested in it. What the Liberal Party needs is an extension of the methods which give it energetic young men to carry on its campaign. How urgently such volunteers are needed is shown by Mr Manger’s statement of the work done by him in conducting his Senate campaign. In the course of 15 months he travelled over 20,000 miles and addressed more than 400 meetings. Even so, he left out some centres, and what is far more to the point, spoke in some townships 12 months or more before polling day. Unless a speaker gets finite promises from electors of the George Washington type, his meeting of May, 1912, is hardly likely to be politically tidy at the poll of 1913. In a democracy every man should have reasons for the political faith that is in him. In the country there is leisure for the serious study of social problems, such as those who are swept by the insane rush of city life, seldom enjoy. The revival of the old Parliamentary debating societies, or better soil for private circles for work on the lines lain down in Melbourne by the Liberal Speakers Association would give splendid results.

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OBITUARY

ROY

Roy Greive died on 30 May aged 99, just six weeks short of his 100th birthday. We spoke to him in 2010 about his life. Here is his story... Part One: When you were born? I WAS born on 16 July 1913 at the Somerville Hospital with my twin brother, Bert (Herbert Leonard). I was christened David Roy but have always been known as “Roy”. Only in the past year or so people have started calling me “David” but after nearly 97 years of being known as “Roy” I don’t feel like changing to “David”. We were in hospital for about a week and mum was coming home with us and she passed Mrs Renouf going in to have Alec so we were about a week older than him. Although we were both healthy, I nearly snuffed it when I was four and a half when I caught the mumps which turned septic. If it hadn’t been for old Mick Hoban and his motor car running me into Frankston, I wouldn’t have lasted another day. I was 3-4 weeks in hospital. Did you have brothers and sisters? YES. Bert and I were the youngest of four. My older brother, Alan, was born in 1902 but died when he was 7. I also had a sister, Mary May, known as Maisie, who was born in 1908.

Roy Greive.

Roy (right) with his brother Bert. PAGE 32

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Did your father own this property ? HE did. Although my father was born out here, both his parents were Scottish, coming from the Firth of Forth area. There were a lot of Grieves in that part of Scotland so, to avoid confusion, one of my ancestors decided to change the family name to “Greive”. Needless to say, my name gets spelt in a variety of ways My mother (Annie May) was of English stock. She was a Stockton and had about six brothers. Her father bought the land a short distance along Graydens Road in 1892 and I think my father must have worked around Hastings and met my mother in the late 1890s. In the early 1900s they had a store at Balnarring and lived in Warrawee. My father made deliveries all over the Peninsula. I can remember visiting Warrawee when we got the Oldsmobile in 1927 and my mother

The 1927 Oldsmobile.

saying “We have come back home” to the owners. I think they must have left Balnarring and brought this property in about 1908, the year my sister Maisie was born. My mother had been the organist at the Balnarring Methodist Church and on leaving she was presented with a hymn book; it is dated 1908. How large was the property? IT was 32 acres. Later we bought the corner block, I still call it Golds,in the 70s making 64 acres. We also bought Dinny Miller’s about half a mile up the road (32 acres) and another 30 acres of Fred Barclay’s up the hill in Graydens Road. The original house on this property (known as Braemar) was built by Mr Denham of Hastings and cost pop 460 pounds. We had nearly 25 acres of orchard around the house and another 18 acres of orchard on the property on the north side of Graydens Road, which we had bought from Dinny Miller. I later subdivided that 32 acres and Con the fruiterer from Hastings bought 15 acres and built his house there. This current house was built in 1953 by Eric Clarke and the old house was subsequently transported up Graydens Road by an architect and his wife who had bought the block adjacent to our property (formerly Barclays). They positioned it to take advantage of the view and modified it quite extensively. It is now known as Spring Hill. In 1960 Eric Clarke built the coolstore. What did you grow on the farm? WE grew a few pears and some plums but apples were the main fruit on this orchard. I pushed the orchard over a few years after Bert died in 1986. We had talked of selling and taking a trip up north as we never took holidays; it was not to be. The first year after Bert’s death I advertised that the fruit was ready and people could come in and pick apples for so much a bin. The second year no one was much interested so I had the trees pushed over, cleared the land and

had it sown down. I have run Aberdeen Angus on the property ever since. Originally I was keen on Herefords. I ordered 10-12 but the agent came back from the market and said there were no Herefords but he had bought 10 Aberdeen Angus. He said they should calve within a week. I agreed to take them and we had two calves in the morning. I would get a pure bred bull each year and steadily built up a good herd. The year before last was a bad year; I had been getting 5000 bales of hay off the corner paddocks each year but in the drought year I only got 100 bales. It cost me $24,000 to feed the stock that year and I lost quite a few cows and calves. I thought that was no good so I have sold all the cows over the past 12 months and I only have 25 vealers left. When the market picks up I will sell these. From then on I will do what others are doing; I will just buy in vealers to fatten up and sell. Mind you we had plenty of hay this year: the best that’s ever been. I should be able to sell some this year instead of buying it in. Where did you go to school? WE walked into Hastings from here and were always envious of kids walking from the Cemetery Road area as they had the sun on their backs going to school and the sun on their backs going home. For us it was the other way round. After a few years we got a bike and I would dink Bert to school. Later still we both had bikes. Discipline was a bit tougher than today. I was given six “cuts” with the strap one day; I’m still not sure what I did to upset “Old Bill”. Every Monday afternoon in the summertime the kids over a certain age would go down to the pier for swimming training. This was when Bert and I were dinking to school. The school master always took our bike and rode down to the pier on it and we had to walk down and back. He was crook on us one day when we got away quickly and he had to walk down. And after school?


Two of the original Hastings troop: Bert & Roy

Roy’s father, Davide Walker Greive.

BERT was smarter than me; he was very good at figures. I had to repeat Grade 6 because I missed the exam at the end of the year as I had a bad throat. I turned 14 on a Friday and said to Bert, “I’m not going to school any more,” so I stayed home and worked on the property which I have done ever since. Bert continued on until he got his Merit Certificate. When Bert finished at school he too came onto the farm. We had a good working relationship. Bert was good at figures and did the bookwork. He was also good at packing. I looked after the coolstore and the spraying. We always talked things over and, although we sometimes had a difference of opinion, we never had a falling out over any matter. As the orchard got bigger we had to hire help, especially in the picking season We were shareholders in the Tyabb and Hastings Cool Stores and sent our fruit to both of them. During the season I would be on the road every day carting to one of the cool stores but after we built our own facility here in 1960 I hardly used the truck. We packed fruit for both the local and export markets. The truck, incidentally, was a 1937 Oldsmobile. If Bert and I went out in the truck with our parents, the one that wasn’t driving would sit on the right hand side of the driver, lean out the window and give the signals. Then they brought it in that you had to have a mechanical device fitted to the door. Prior to the truck we had a 1927 Oldsmobile car. We kept the truck for about 10-11 years and replaced it with

the International truck which I still have in running order. There is a long line of people who would like to buy it! Pop always liked the Buick so when we sold the Oldsmobile truck we bought a second-hand Buick which we had for a good many years. After Pop died we had a De Soto for about 10 years and then a Mercedes which I had for about 40 years. I purchased another second-hand Mercedes in 1982 and sold the older one about 4-5 years ago. These two Mercedes were used as wedding cars for a number of local weddings. When it was time for Bert and I to get our licences, pop spoke to the local policeman. He said: “I don’t want to see them drive any more. Just tell them to ride down to the station after Scouts and I will fix it up.” Did you play any sport? I NEVER really had time to play sport; I was too busy working. Bert and I used to kick a football around but that was about it. Bert and I went to the pictures when we could but we only got 2 shillings a week and our keep. There wasn’t the money around. When we turned 16 we received a little bit more. I guess that’s the reason Bert and I remained bachelors; we had a few girlfriends but did not have the money to get married. In those years - the 20s - as well as running the orchard, pop was the manager of the Packing Shed at Somerville. He rode the bike up there each day;

he always said he seemed to have a head wind going to work and a head wind coming home. What about your involvement with scouting? THAT was Bert’s and my main interest away from work. Scouts met on a Friday night and sometimes on a Saturday afternoon .We had 17 years in the Scouts. We were only 10 when the Anglican minister, the Reverend Banks (known as “Bonny” to the boys) started them up. That was 1924 and, because there were no cubs, we were allowed to join before we turned 11. Later Tom Hodgins became assistant scout master, then scout master. Charlie Hodgins also became an assistant scout master and had an involvement for most of his life; he really kept the scout movement going in Hastings. This was the First Hastings Holy Trinity Troop although later there was also the Second Hastings. Now there is just the First Hastings Troop. Bert and I were both Kings Scouts. There was always great rivalry between Hastings and Frankston as to which troop had the most Kings Scouts. Scouting was a great movement for kids but they seem to have too many other interests these days. Later when I was in the air force I spent 16 months living in tents in the Northern Territory so what I learned in scouts came in handy. To be continued...

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sent. I often wonder when somebody will get around to inventing a reality television program that suits my particular talents. This, of course, would be easier if I knew what my particular talents were. None of the current shows quite fit. It takes guts to be a contestant of reality TV, and a whole lot of them if you’re to stand a chance of winning one of those weight-loss programs. Even if I could stand to lose a couple of kilos, there’s simply not enough of me to be competitive. Besides, I’ve long believed that there’s a very good reason that sessions at the gym are not televised. It’s true that I can almost hold a tune, but it’s no use appearing on one of those singing shows, either. Given that I have an intense allergic reaction to Michael Buble and being intimately familiar with the Buble cannon seems to be a requirement of entry, I wouldn’t get past the ‘weeding out’ stage. If I’m being honest, I have no chance of being on anything with ‘Celebrity’ in the title either, even if it’s clear that the ordinary Dictionary definition has been gleefully abandoned. Of all the reality shows, the ones involving ‘celebrities’ are, by far, the most curious. These take people that you might have heard of and against whom you have no particular grudge, and expose a dark side that – if you were to see them coming down the street – would make you want to actively cross to the other side. Granted, they’re always done for

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Sharks exorcise Demons after inspired first quarter PENINSULA LEAGUE By Andrew ‘Toe Punt’ Kelly SORRENTO shot to its rightful place at the top of the Nepean League ladder after an emphatic victory over Rye on Saturday. In the stand alone Nepean League match to complete Round Eight, the Sharks set the tone for the match in the opening quarter when it booted 7.7 to 1.1. It was always going to be a tough assignment for Rye. Despite the first quarter onslaught, Sorrento lost its way in front of goal and despite having 20 more scoring shots, only recorded a 18.21–129 to 10.9–69 victory. The Demons are bleeding at the moment, their aspirations for the finals completely finished. However, they pride themselves against Sorrento and wanted to make a good account for themselves on their home deck. With just two wins so far in a 16game season, they are too far behind now to strike. The Demons are on their knees and the Sharks were circling. They would have been smelling the scent of blood at RJ Rowley Reserve for a fortnight and their intentions in the opening term were ominous. The Demons came into the game in bad shape, despite the good form of a handful. That handful included the usual suspects in skipper Rhett Sutton, coach Ben Holmes, Matt Sibberas, Darren Booth, Adam Kirkwood and Matt McIndoe.

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Leigh Morse had been very good in recent times and Brock Rawlinson’s consistency has seen him a part of the best seven or eight players this season. On Saturday, Ben Winters-Kerr and Jai Lloyd popped up as a couple of players who we hadn’t heard much from this season. It was a good sign, despite the ten goal loss. In the game Footy Record, it read; The big issue is the addional 14 players, who seem to be happy to ride on the coat tails of the players just mentioned. To be frank, if these players aren’t going out there to do their best to support the consistent performers, then they’re doing themselves and their club a disservice. Really, how can they look their leaders in the eye when they come off the ground? The stinging words provided a bit of a spur but not enough! There’s no problem at Sorrento with players not performing. They have superstars on every line. On Saturday, it was Leigh Treeby, Mitch Nibbs and Guy Stringer who dominated. James Hallahan was one of the best on the ground with four goals and Leigh Poholke and Ben Schwarze finished with three majors each. The Sharks are flying, however, I wonder how many people remember where this club was at ten years ago.

The Sharks have been on the receiving end a number of times over the years at the hands of Rye and they will have no doubt enjoyed a bit of paypack. People tend to forget that some of their stars in Trevor Mattison, Grant Johnson (injured), Scott Cameron, Mitch Nibbs, Ben McCormack and Brent Kenyon went through their initial years as senior players getting belted every week. Time may have healed some of those wounds but I’m sure they have long memories. There was never a possibility of an upset in this match. There was no hope of the Demons stopping the Sharks forwards. In the middle, Rye was always going to struggle with Sorrento’s midfield depth. While the middle is probably Rye’s strength, they needed to contend with Scotty Cameron, Treeby, Troy Schwarze, Hallahan, StringerMorris, Warner, Beetham and Daniel Grant. In defence, Rye just didn’t have the forwards to stretch Sorrento’s back half, led by Guy Stringer, Ben McCormack, Chris Bagot and Mitch Nibbs. Sorrento is a super side. Jon Croad and Josh Moore played in the reserves! At least in the second half, the Demons gave their supporters something to cheer about with seven goals to Sorrento’s nine. Pictures: Andrew Hurst


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Peninsula League is wide open after nine rounds By Andrew â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Toe Puntâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Kelly WHAT a season we are experiencing in Peninsula League. After last Saturdayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Round 9 results, there are seven teams all on five wins and four losses. Just percentage separates second place from eighth. Karingal is in second place after beating Seaford, who have dropped to eighth. Just two weeks ago, the Tigers were a game clear in second place. Frankston YCW dropped its second game in three weeks, smashed to the tune of 50 points by EdithvaleAspendale. At the other end of the scale, Langwarrin knocked over Bonbeach, who came into the round in outright second. In a nutshell, this Peninsula League season is wide open. As Edithvale-Aspendale coach Troy Shannon said after his sideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 16.14â&#x20AC;&#x201C;110 to 8.12â&#x20AC;&#x201C;60 win over Frankston YCW, â&#x20AC;&#x153;If you can play four quarters of football and all 22 players contribute, then youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re highly likely to win the gameâ&#x20AC;?. The Eagles fielded their strongest side for the season and it proved to be far too strong for the Stonecats. After leading by 35 points at half time, YCW came back hard at the home side and got within three goals, however, the Eagles weathered the storm and went on to win very comfortably.

Shannon said he and his charges were aware that the Stonecats would come hard at some point in time. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the thing about Frankston YCW, they have great belief regardless of where they are in the match and always give themselves a chance,â&#x20AC;? Shannon said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We just had to weather the storm, keep our structures together and continue to play as a collective group. I was really happy that we stood up together. â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am really confident in our ability to play really good football if everyone contributes. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what happened on the weekend â&#x20AC;&#x201C; four quarters and 22 contributors.â&#x20AC;? Shannon said he couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t be prouder of his vice captain, Steve Mannix. â&#x20AC;&#x153;With the loss of Pat Poore, Stevey has really stepped it up and by gee he led well on Saturday,â&#x20AC;? Shannon said. Brent Bowden booted four goals for the Eagles while Bailey Dale kicked his second bag of three in as many weeks. Dale played both Under-18s and seniors in his debut last week and backed it up with another splendid showing on Saturday. Man mountain ruckman/forward Markham Johnson, who has played only a couple of games, was back from a hamstring injury and played a significant role in the win. Timmy Mannix and Mullins were also key contributors.

Rhys Santon was the best of the Stonecats yet again, playing on the wing, while Dale Carroll and Brad Ulms also played well. Mornington is still outside of the top five, despite a great victory over Pines. The Doggies led by as much as 32 points in the last quarter, however, with just two minutes remaining on the clock, Pines skipper Jamie Messina had a shot for goal to put the Pythons in front. Thankfully for the Dogs, he missed. Mornington key Jackson Calder converted at the other end with 60 seconds left in the match and the Doggies ran out 13.11â&#x20AC;&#x201C;89 to 10.18â&#x20AC;&#x201C;78 winners. Mornington coach Stuart Seagar said it was a fantastic win in the end. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We scraped home but considering how good a side Pines is, I was really happy to get away with the four points,â&#x20AC;? Seagar said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Their (Pines) fighting qualities really stood out and they certainly had their opportunities to win the game.â&#x20AC;? Emilio Bitters was again a star for the Dogs, giving enormous run from half back and through the middle. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Anthony Franchina was also good for us in that role and Daniel Moss is another player who is starting to play really consistent footy for us. Jack Dickson came back into the side and I thought he played his best game for the season,â&#x20AC;? Seagar said.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;For the second week in a row, I thought we played really good team footy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Week by week we are improving the way we play with one another and the results are starting to get a little more consistent.â&#x20AC;? Calder booted three goals for the Dogs, as did Adrian Speedy, while Franchina and Moss booted two each. Mt Eliza jumped into the five for the first time this season with a solid 20.16â&#x20AC;&#x201C;136 to 9.9â&#x20AC;&#x201C;63 victory against Chelsea. After leading by just seven points at the major break, the Redlegs kicked 14 goals to four in the second half. Sam Gill, Ben Lean and Scott Lockwood all finishing with three goals. Josh Norman was once again the best player on the ground. Langwarrin won its second game of the season, coming from behind to beat Bonbeach. The Kangas trailed by seven points at half time and eight points at three quarter time, however, booted seven goals to three in the final quarter to win 17.6â&#x20AC;&#x201C;108 to 14.7â&#x20AC;&#x201C;91. Luke Damon was outstanding for the winners with five goals, while Shane Urbans dominated through the middle with four majors. Dylan Luxa and Scott Sienkiewicz provided plenty of run and drive, Dan Riley was solid in the back half and Jarryd Amalfi continues to improve with every match.

Jackson Casey and Paul Rebeschini were the best of the Sharks, who remain in third place on the table. Karingal had a sensational final quarter of football against Seaford and it was enough to get them over the line 14.17â&#x20AC;&#x201C;101 to 12.12â&#x20AC;&#x201C;84. The Bulls kicked 8.4 to 1.4 in the second quarter and it looked as though it was going to be a comfortable victory. Amazingly though, the Tigers came back with an eight goal third quarter, taking the lead at three quarter time. Eventually the Bulls steadied in the last to win. David Hirst was the best player on the ground with three goals, while Michael Burke also contributed three majors. Justin Peckett and Troy Hoad were also fantastic contributors for the Bulls. Dean Kemble and Jack Lonie kicked three each for the Tigers and were amongst the teamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best.

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Warren the difference in Dolphins loss VFL By Casey Franklin ON Saturday Werribee’s Ben Warren put the Dolphins to the sword with a scintillating nine goal performance. The Dolphins had plenty of positives to take away from the game, but again lapses in work rate cost them dearly. It was a chilly day at Frankston Park, but the sun was shining and so were the Dolphin’s hopes at achieving a third win for the season. The Dolphins started well by earning the first few inside 50s and scoring their first goal by Tom Purcell from a set shot. The match quickly turned into an arm wrestle, with the ball moving from end to end with little impact on the scoreboard. At the 10 minute mark Ben Warren slotted his first goal of the day. From the outset it appeared that Frankston were on the ball today and were prepared to work hard and move the ball quickly. After a goal from Corey Buchan, Michael Loury began to dominate with a long set shot goal, quickly followed by a fantastic checkside goal to give the Dolphins a three goal lead at quarter time. For the Dolphins Ziggie Alwan was fantastic off the half-back flank, easily winning more ball than anyone else on the ground. Also defender Scott Simpson was taking some great contested marks. Other good players were Luke Potts and Corey Buchan. The second quarter started the way the first ended with Michael Loury taking a contested mark inside 50, he quickly kicked his third of the day. Werribee however were quick to reply with Ben Ross goaling from a free kick. For the remainder of the first half, both sides played their absolute best, which turned the match into a shootout. Khan Haretuku cleverly intercepted a Werribee kick out and kicked an easy goal. Just over a minute later, Frankston’s exciting pocket rocket Sam Lloyd provided the goal of the game when he snapped a goal facing the points

while being tackled from an acute angle and it gave Frankston their biggest lead of the match of 33 points. It was then time for Werribee to respond and they did with a long bomb from ex-Brisbane player Scott Clouston. Soon after for the first time of the day Werribee kicked consecutive goals with Ben Warren’s second. With Loury on fire, the Tigers started doubleteaming him which then forced the Dolphins to find alternative avenues to goal. One of those was their exciting youngster Jason Pongracic who steadied the Dolphins. For a 5-7 minute period the Dolphins completely faded out and Weribee showed no mercy kicking three unanswered goals. A highlight was a spectacular high mark from Tiger Ben Brown. Late in the quarter Frankston steadied with goals from Tom Purcell and Michael Loury (fourth goal), but Werribee’s Ben Warren kicked his third goal for the quarter to get the Tigers within 12 points. Despite Frankston’s fantastic intensity in the first half, the third undid all that work and gave Werribee an unbeatable lead. The Tigers kicked seven unanswered goals to start the third term and the disappointing fact was Frankston looked completely flat footed and their effort dropped drastically. The best of those goals was kicked by Levi Greenwood who weaved in and out of traffic to kick the Tigers second. At the 27 minute mark Michael Loury kicked his fifth to break the drought, but it proved irrelevant as Ben Brown replied two minutes later. Fade outs for extended periods of time have been a really bad habit for the Dolphins this season, it’s cost them at least two matches already and who knows how many more. The last quarter started promising with Williams and Chris Irving kicking the first two, but Werribee put a stop to that, killing the game by scoring four goals. The Final score was Frankston 14.8–92 to Werribee 20.11–131.

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Air Conditioning, CD Player, Power Steering, Remote Keyless Entry. WEI294

Automatic, ABS and EBD, 16” Alloys, Roof Racks, Fog Lamps. ZKN672

17” alloys, A/C, Cruise, Multi-function control screen, Sports suspension, Rear spoiler. XSS106

VT ACCLAIM SEDAN

BARINA 3 DOOR HATCH

COMMODORE VX EXEC C

KIA RIO LX HATCH

MAZDA 6 CLASSIC WAGON

COMMODORE VZ LUMINA

DRIVE DRIVE DRIVE $8,490 DRIVE $5,990DRIVE AWAY $9,490 DRIVE AWAY $6,490 AWAY $7,490 AWAY AWAY $10,990AWAY

$10

$11

PER DAY#

PER DAY#

2007

TOYOTA YARIS YR Automatic, Air Conditioning, Airbags, ABS, Engine Immobiliser, CD Player. WEV245

2005

TOYOTA COROLLA ASCENT HATCH Auto, Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Airbags, ABS, Engine Immobiliser. TRG728

$12

$14

PER DAY#

PER DAY#

2002 2

NAVARA ST-R CREW CAB N 3.0 L deisel, 4x4 Dual Cab, Alloy wheels, Power steering, Power windows. ZAN678

$14

$42

PER DAY#

PER DAY#

2006

2010

MY10

Automatic, Traction Control, ABS, Air Cond, 18” Alloys, Power Steering. UOP765

17” Alloys, MP3/CD Player, Rear Park Assist, Cruise Control, Fog Lamps. ZRP427

7 seater, Exceptional condition, Bluetooth, Multi airbags, Park assist, Pure luxury. XCA749

COMMODORE VE SV6

2009 AUDI Q7 TDi TDi

HOLDEN CRUZE CDX

DRIVE $11,990 DRIVE AWAY $13,990AWAY $59,990 DRIVE $16,990DRIVE AWAY AWAY $19,490DRIVE AWAY $18,990DRIVE AWAY

All the luxuries!

$22 PER DAY#

6 Speed Sports Auto, MP3/CD, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Reverse Sensors, Reverse Camera, Fog Lamps, Sports Suspension, 19” Alloyy Wheels. ZLS994

32,990

$

DRI DRIVE R AWAY A WA

3I ,99O

$

Only

DRIVE , 15 990AWAY

$ from

Power Windows & Mirrors

Drive Away

4

INCLUDES

$11 SUNROOF! PER DAY

#

Engine Immobiliser Air Conditioning

Airbags for safety

Cloth Seat Trim

1.6 litre DOHC 16 valve 4 cylinder engine Single disc CD audio system with MP3 au

ABS Brakes *Price is for manual

2041 Frankston-Flinders Rd, Hastings ingss

Antony Walker 0422 310 834

Ryan Kissick 0418 522 908

WESTERNPORT HOLDEN “ W H E R E T H E C U S T O M E R A LW AY S W I N S ”

Phone: (03) 5979 4433 LMCT10002 CT1000 02 info@westernportholden.com.au *Some pictures for illustration purposes only. #Finance to approved pproved purchasers based on corporate hire purchase (for business purposes poses only) o nt. over 60 months at 10.95% with 20% deposit, no balloon payment.

Des Kissick Western Port News 11 June 2013

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IT’S FASTER. IT’S BETTER. IT’S FASTER. IT’S BETTER.

IT’S BIGPOND ADSL2+ HIGH SPEED BROADBAND IT’S AVAILABLE NOW IN SELECTED PARTS OF HA PARTS OF HASTINGS & BITTERN. ®

Great news! Technology in this area has recently been upgraded from ADSL to ADSL2+ high speed broadband. And with BigPond® ADSL2+ you’ll be able to browse the web quickly - get news and information online, and be entertained by streaming internet video and music.

TO FIND OUT IF YOU CAN GET BIGPOND® ADSL2+ IN YOUR HOME, VISIT YOUR LOCAL TELSTRA STORE Hastings Telstra store RUFDOO03 5979 2722 to make an appointment High St King St

Victoria St

Telstra store Hastings 60 High Street Hastings PH: 5979 2722

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: The spectrum device and ™ are trade marks and ® are registered trade marks of Telstra Corporation Limited, ABN 33 051 775 556.

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