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Tuesday 8 October, 2013 Serving Ballan and district since 1872 Phone 5368 1966 Fax 5368 2764

Like Your Library


ARE YOU HAPPY with the new-look library service in your part of Moorabool? Do you wish your community had a library service or could change what is offered now? Time is running out to respond to a Moorabool Council survey for current and potential library users who live outside Bacchus Marsh. Locals can make their voice heard via paper surveys available from library staff or by logging on to www. haveyou rsay moorabool. com.au Moorabool Chief Executive Rob Croxford said the survey was part of a detailed review into the operations of the Councils own rural library service, following the disbanding of the Central Highlands Regional Library Corporation, which in turn led to the end of visits from a semi-trailer style mobile library.

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the Manager of Community Development and used to inform the review report, he said. (By September 30) we received eight responses online via Have Your Say and two people have requested surveys to be posted to them. Mr Croxford said the results of the survey would not determine if the shire offices in Ballan were turned into a library branch. The Library Strategic Plan includes an action for 2013/14 to complete a feasibility study for a Ballan Library. Options for a Ballan Library Branch will be considered as a part of this. Ballan has a library room in the towns mechanics hall open Wednesday mornings and Saturday afternoons. ** Responses are due at the end of the week. To post your comments you will need to register with the website, by supplying your email address, screen name, town, gender and age.

Dales Creek brothers enjoy the exciting books to read at the library (Back L-R) Aaron (7), Zachary (10) and (front) Nathan (4). Photo Helen Tatchell

Results will be collated by the Library Coordinator and

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Opportunity on Inglis volunteer coordinator Sarah Springfield serves a refreshment to Brad Jarvis (Full time field officer with Community Correctional Service), after unloading all the chairs and tables at the Op Shop in Ballan. Photo Helen Tatchell

Crafty charity crates


BELIEVE IT OR NOT you are looking at what was once a packing crate. This beautiful hand-crafted furniture is being sold to raise funds for Ballans hospital, thanks to the Department of Justice and offenders sentenced to community work orders. Crates to Craft allows offenders to gain a qualification that will help them find work while recycling unwanted pallets. At an impressive $250 each, proceeds from the sale of Adirondack (Cape Cod) style chairs at Opportunity on Inglis go towards new equipment for Ballan and District Health and Care. The Crates to Craft project is a great example of what our community work programs are capable of delivering, Department of Justice Grampians Director Catherine Darbyshire said. Its a win-win as it gives back to the community while giving offenders useful skills. A sustainable initiative such as transforming wooden pallets into chairs is only one of a number of projects that offenders can do to repay their debt to the community. Community work programs vary widely, ranging from work programs such as graffiti removal through to cooking and soft toy making. Grampians Community Work Program Manager Nathan McDonald said offenders who completed the Crates to Craft program received accreditations in furniture-making from the University of Ballarat (now Federation University). Community work programs mean offenders have a greater chance of attaining employment after their community work is complete, he said. Or they have the option to continue with their education. Across Victoria in 2011-12, offenders completed more than 715,000 hours of unpaid community work valued at around $17.5 million. ** Local not-for-profit groups interested in forming a community work partnership should visit w w w.corrections.vic.gov. au and call Nathan McDonald on 4301 7000 or Nathan. mcdonald@justice.vic.gov. au

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Long Forest is a stinkin place


A SEVEN YEAR old girl has written to Moorabool Council and her corporate neighbours, begging for a vomit-inducing stench to be stopped in Long Forest. Alexis Bodon lives next to what she described as the stinky farm. The letter reads: To next door, Can you please stop spreading that smell on the ground. We cant play outside because it is so stinky. It makes us feel sick. Thank you. From Alexis. The letter included drawings of herself and fumes rising from the ground. Cr Tonia Dudzik read the letter out at the September 18 Council meeting and said it was vital property owners Victorian Wool Processors read it. Please dont just put it in the letterbox. Make sure they have received it, she told the meeting. I am very concerned about the quality of life people have near this property and how its affecting people. Chief Executive Rob Croxford later sent a copy to the smell gets into your clothes. Sometimes you can even smell it from across the reservoir at Coimadai Primary - depending on which way the wind is blowing. Ms Bodon said the smell from the wool scour byproduct had lessened since September 18 but neighbours were still taking note of truck movements at the property. After failing to adequately act on the problem by September 20, VWP have been issued a legal notice and given until 22 October to remove the source of the smell. Moorabool Growth and Development General Manager Satwinder Sandhu told the October 2 meeting that Council had already engaged a law firm in case VWP failed to comply. In 2010 VWP bought the former farm which faces Long Forest Rd but backs onto Moonah Drive. The company was established in 1990 by Jim Kim and is Australias biggest domestic wool processor.

NOT HAPPY - Alexis Bodon (front) with Brodie Bodon, Koebe Jones, Marley Jones, Lukas Bodon and Bowen Jones. Photo Helen Tatchell Laverton-based owners. Mum Kaaren Bodon said the Grade 2 student came up with the idea herself. Alexis took the initiative, she said. She heard us complaining and talking with neighbours, so she and her brother wanted to do something about it. Often she cant go out on a beautiful sunny day because of the smell. Its just disgusting. Ms Bodon said the smell was difficult to describe, but was a strong heavy odour similar to rotting meat. Its rancid not really like fertilizer at all more like a dead kangaroo. You have to take your washing in. The

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Trampolines become missiles


The local SES has had another busy week after severe weather lashed the Moorabool shire. Deputy Controller Operations, Bacchus Marsh SES Bill Robson said to date their volunteers have attended more than 50 emergency calls between the 26th September and the 3rd of October. Most calls have been for trees down blocking roads, as well as tiles missing from roofs due to the extreme winds experienced. The calls have been spread across all parts of the Shire, with no area seeming to escape the winds, he said. Mr Robson said they also attended four incidents involving airborne trampolines. Residents should be aware that trampolines can become missiles in high winds, often damaging roofs, solar panels, cars and fences as they fly through the air. We recommend trampolines are secured to the ground using sandbags or large pegs to prevent them from flying away. The damage by flying trampolines last week to cars and homes has caused thousands of dollars in

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You are invited to the 2013 Annual General Meeting of Ballan & District Soldiers Memorial Bush Nursing Hospital & Hostel Inc.

Wednesday 16th October 5:30pm Mechanics Hall Ballan


Guest Speaker: John Begg CEO of LASA
R.S.V.P. 9/10/2013 5368 1100 or maxiner@bdhc.com.au Followed by refreshments

A tree down in Jonathan Drive Darley. Photos - BMSES repairs. Melton Shire experienced a backlog of calls with a crew from Bacchus Marsh sent to help with the demand. A rescue of a different kind for the SES, not related to storm damage, was uncovered in the roof of a Bacchus Marsh property. A cat had given birth to four kittens in the neighbours house with the SES carefully removing them before taking them back to their eager owners. All kittens and their mother were fit and healthy.

Ballan District Health & Care are proud to unveil their new website

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Stage 1 of the new contemporary website reflects the growth of all the new services and facilities that Ballan District Health & Care are proud to offer. The new layout of the website will help navigate direct enquiries to the appropriate areas which include: 1. Hospital 2. Centre for Community Health / GP Clinic 3. Aged Care 4. Community Child Care Centre The next few stages will allow for new interactive technology which will include on-line bookings for medical appointments and virtual tours of all our facilities.

The kittens snuggled in the roof of a house.

Moorabool sweats on final maps


THE FUTURE OF Moorabools long-awaited public indoor pool, Halletts Way extension and secondary schools is likely to be in the hand of a report due out this month (17 Oct). On October 17, the Electoral Boundaries Commission will release the final maps showing the new shape of Victorias State electorates. A draft released in June showed the marginal seat of Ballarat East would be abolished and most of Moorabool Shire would fall inside the proposed Buninyong electorate. The Stonehill Estate would be cut off from the rest of Bacchus Marsh by also falling within Buninyong. Darley and most of Bacchus Marsh would remain in the safe ALP seat of Melton. In July, Moorabool Council gave a verbal submission to the EBC, asking that the entire shire fall within Buninyong and that it be renamed the state seat of Moorabool.

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We need you to support your market This is a Ballan initiative, for Ballan, by Ballan. Please come along!

Ballan Farmers Market


Saturday 12 October, 9am 1pm

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Fresh fruit and vegetables, pastries, wine, oils,  lamb and beef, cakes and biscuits, trees and plants, and much more. In the beautiful environs of Mill Cottage, 96 Inglis Street Ballan 9am 2pm, second Saturday of the month

GMs to replace CEO


TWO MOORABOOL General Managers will take turns at being the Chief Executive between now and mid-January. Corporate Services GM Shane Marr will be in the top job for five days from October 14. Growth and Development GM Satwinder Sandhu will be CEO on November 1 and also for 13 days straight after Christmas. CEO Rob Croxford will be on vacation.

Ballan District Health and Care


Centre for Community Health: Cnr. Cowie & Inglis Sts 5366 7999 Hospital & Admin: 33 Cowie Street 5368 1100 Aged Care Hostel: 168 Inglis St 5368 1577 Child Care Centre: 88A Simpson St 5368 1811 Opportunity on Inglis: 159 Inglis St 5368 2114
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Rescue in the Lerderderg


Just as Hawthorn and Fremantle were battling for victory in the AFL Grand Final, Ambulance Victoria paramedics, SES volunteers and Parks Victoria staff faced their own battle. A woman in her 60s had to be rescued in a marathon effort in the Lerderderg State Park at Blackwood after injuring herself in a fall on Saturday 28 September. Advanced life support paramedic Mark Lyszczarz said they were called just after one oclock to treat the woman who suffered shoulder injuries when she fell about two-and-a-half metres in the park. Thankfully they had a mobile phone and were able to call triple zero [000], Mr Lyszczarz said. They were also able to give us their location thanks to the emergency location markers installed in the park by Parks Victoria. We met Parks Victoria staff who took us about four kilometres along a track and then from there we had to hike for almost an hour to reach the woman. Overhanging trees and a steep embankment made it unsafe to use a helicopter to winch the woman out, so paramedics requested the assistance of SES volunteers. Mr Lyszczarz said two SES units were brought in for the difficult task of carrying the woman back to the Parks Victoria 4WD. The SES crews did a fantastic job carrying the woman in a stokes litter (rescue stretcher) over incredibly rough, steep and rocky terrain. Mr Lyszczarz said the whole rescue operation took about seven hours with the woman taken to Sunshine Hospital in a stable condition.

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Bedding needed for pound


ARE YOU SPRING cleaning? Got more manchester than you need? Bacchus Marsh animal pound is seeking donations of old bedding for its captive dogs and cats. Moorabool Council operators are looking for old blankets, towels, baby blankets, cot comforters, flannel sheets, mattress protectors and bath mats. Many of the blankets will be used on top of existing dog beds and the need is constant due to new hygiene levels required under the Code of Practice. Donations can be made at the Darley or Ballan shire offices, the Lerderderg Library in Main St, Bacchus Marsh or taken directly to the pound at 50 Osborne St.

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Join the Diggers team and welcome in spring at Free Workshops Masterclass the Garden of St Erth. Enjoy a weekend of free workshops and garden tours, plus pick up your heirloom vegetable seedlings. Free Garden Tours

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11.00am Spring seed sowing Learn the principles of Biodynamics the Mill Cottage : restaurant &experts cafe Hamish Mackay & with 12.30pm Companion planting John Priestly Draft 7 2.30pm Basics of good composting

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Launching the Garage Sale Trail - (Back L-R) Moorabool Shire Cr. Tom Sullivan & Chairperson HRWMG; Rosemary Angus, Education Officer HRWMG; Rachael Taylor; Cr. Bill McClenaghan Mayor Hepburn Shire; (Front L-R) Ballarat Cr Belinda Coates & Deputy Chairperson HRWMG, Emma Phillips, Jed Phillips and Phil Clingin Executive Officer HRWMG.

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Spring is the perfect time to have a clean up around and in the house whilst making some extra cash, tax free! On Saturday 26 October it is expected over 75,000 Victorians will be involved with the Garage Sale Trail. Supported by Sustainability Victoria and 24 local councils around the state, including Moorabool Shire, the Garage Sale Trail provides an opportunity for communities to come together on one day to de-clutter, discover a treasure, make or donate some extra cash and form new neighbourly connections. Highlands Regional Waste Management Group (HRWMG) have signed up and launched the initiative with Board Chairman, and Moorabool Cr. Tom Sullivan, saying anyone can participate with free registration via www.garagesaletrail.com.au This is a great event that will get people out socialising and meeting their neighbours. It also enables people to de-clutter possessions they no longer need without adding to landfill. With more than one million items expected to be up for sale, not only will you find a mountain of pre-loved treasures, youll also be a part of generating widespread positive environmental outcomes with Garage Sale Trail promoting re-use and reducing waste to landfill. Darley Neighbourhood House is one of the 48 registered participants so far within Moorabool Shire.

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Honouring old avenues


MOORABOOL COUNCIL HAS thrown in-principle support behind projects to revamp the Coimadai and Yendon avenues of honour but a Bacchus Marsh war centenary project is in limbo. The towns RSL wants a $75,000 memorial garden next to its hall - to make use of the former library and shire office site in Main St and permanently create more space for open-air services. The proposal would include setting up a rose garden, memorial wall, donated war cannon and moving an existing roadside cenotaph from next door. But a report to the October 2 Council meeting said Moorabools budget had no money for extra strategic planning in Main St and the future of the prime CBD site had to tie in with the Bacchus Marsh Activity Structure Plan. Due to the considerations and implications arising from the plan adopted in 2011, the impact on the proposed greenway and the lack of a clear strategic plan for the precinct next to the library and rear of the hall, officers propose that the Council does not support the implementation of this project, it said. The Council may also wish to consider supporting this project if the RSL were to identify an alternative location. Authors said the subbranch would consider another site for the garden if it was co-located with a new RSL hall to help prevent vandalism. The existing building dates back to 1921, sits on Council land and was partly funded by the Shire of Bacchus Marsh. The report named Rotary Park in Young St as a possible new site as well as the much smaller Eddie Toole Place. Vance Moon Reserve was also mentioned, but this could be demolished if a new freeway interchange was built at the end of the Avenue of Honour. Meanwhile, councillors all voted to endorse using the former library site for outdoor memorial services on a casual basis. The Coimadai Avenue of Honour Restoration Association will need $155,700 over four years to replant 122 trees, according to the report. The group requested $4700 from Council including $2200 this financial year. It will also need $6200 in recurrent funding for tree maintenance. This will be the fourth reincarnation of the avenue, which has been lost to drought, theft and the construction of Merrimu Reservoir. The Coimadai project will also take in the relocation and restoration of a war memorial cairn on the Bacchus Marsh-Diggers Rest Rd.

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The Coimadai avenue is set to feature alongside the memorial cairn.

The Yendon History Group will need $7700 to revamp its existing avenue and planting an extra seven oak trees. This includes $1200 from Council to buy the young oaks. The project will need $1200 in recurrent funding for maintenance. The existing avenue has nine mature trees in Yendon No 2 Rd (close to the former shop, public phone and library stop), but a report to Council said their spacing suggested more may have been originally planted. The project will also give the town an honour board, road signage and plaques on trees.

The vacant land next to the Bacchus Marsh RSL and the cenotaph SOME OF VICTORIAS most amazing avenues of honour are now on show in Bacchus Marsh. Images taken by Melbourne photographer Sarah Wood are on display at Gallery 28 which is connected to Bacchus Marsh Primary School in Lerderderg St. The show is back by popular demand, after it was first displayed at a Great War Centenary Awareness Day. The show includes photos of the Bacchus Marsh avenue and is aimed at raising the profile of the 100th anniversary of World War 1.

Some of the nine remaining trees in the Yendon Ave of Honour on the Yendon No2 Rd.

Farmers set to meet


By Kate Taylor The first meeting of Moorabools Rural Advisory Committee was held yesterday. The committee, formed to advocate to council the wants and needs of farmers in the district, consists of five members and Moorabool Shire Council CEO Rob Croxford confirmed he attended the first meeting on Monday 7 October. Central Ward Councillor Paul Tatchell helped found the committee and is positive about what it can achieve. Its exciting to consider that our rural community has an official voice, and can play an active part in the consultation process for all things rural; the founding members are energetic, informed and passionate about the world of Agriculture, and I am confident that the outcomes will reflect the environment they are developed from. There has been fantastic support from the Council and community on this committee; the committee will take a holistic view of the changing rural landscape, and the timing of an active committee could not be more prevalent in terms of the issues that lie ahead in the rural sector, he said. Committee member Kate Sharkey said that the first meeting focused on establishing a direction for the group in terms of long and short term priorities. The first meeting was just us looking at all the items, some of the projects that are big and not so big, things to start working on and to get a broad list of issues and start working on how we can action those so we can start getting some results, rather than having too much on a list and not getting anything done. Well work on whats most relevant, and what benefits the wider community, she said.

BMPS students with their drawings in the background of the avenue when they launched their book at the Awareness Day back in August. Photos Helen Tatchell

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Moorabool Shire Council


Chief Executive Officer: Rob Croxford

Postal Address: PO Box 18, Ballan Vic 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au

NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL


The next Ordinary Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will be held on Wednesday 16 October commencing at 7.00pm at the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Members of the public are most welcome.

Seniors Week
October 613, 2013 Its Your Time
Ballan and district Community House Seniors Film Festival Old and new classic films at Ballan Senior Citizens, 78 Steiglitz St, Ballan Tuesday 8 October (2pm): Singing in the Rain Wednesday 9 October (2pm): Some Like it Hot Friday 11 October (7pm): Cleopatra Saturday 12 October (2pm):An American in Paris Free admission, afternoon tea provided. Bookings essential and transport available. Phone 5368 1934 or email info@bchvic.org. More seniors Week events: Tuesday 8 October: Exploring Ancestry with Veronica Lerderderg Library James Young Meeting Room 10am - 11am Family History. 1pm - 2pm Death Records Wednesday 9 October: Grandparents & Special Friends Story Time with Rae, the Childrens Librarian Ballan Library, 142 Inglis Street, 10am - 11am Thursday 10 October: Exploring Ancestry with Simon Lerderderg Library James Young Meeting Room 10.30am - 11.30am Military Records Friday 11 October: Author Talk - Barry Heard Lerderderg Library, James Young Room 2pm - 3pm, book on www.eventbrite.com Saturday 12 October: Story Time for Kids & Grandparents Presented by Best Start and Story Teller Michael May Lerderderg Library 10.30 am - 11.30 am Displays By Bacchus Marsh Senior Citizens For more information or to book for any of these events, contact the library on 5367 2533 or go to www.eventbrite.com. There is no charge for any of these events.

Fire Inspections have commenced in Moorabool


Council officers will be randomly conducting annual inspections of properties in the Shire prior to the declared fire period starting. The officers will be checking to ensure that property owners have been clearing any fire hazards. A Fire Prevention Notice will be issued to any property owner not performing the works as set out below: What to do Owners of land should perform the following works prior to the declared fire period or within the timeframes detailed on the Fire Prevention Notice. Residential Vacant Land and/or Properties generally up to 2 Hectares (5 Acres) Cut all grass and undergrowth to a height not exceeding 100mm and remove all tree/green garden waste and general rubbish to reduce the risk of the spread of fire. Other Land generally above 2 Hectares (5 Acres) Prepare 10 metre short grass firebreaks on all property boundaries to a height not exceeding 100mm and maintain up to a 30 metre break around dwellings, outbuildings and sheds unless directed by Council to create a larger area break. Please leave substantial trees, as clearing these trees may require a permit. Please note that there may be situations whereby a firebreak is better situated elsewhere on the property. Some properties may have established environmental values, covenants and/ or boundary windbreak plantings, regeneration areas and native grasses. These will require alternative strategies for fire prevention. Landholders should maintain their property in fire safe condition throughout the year, and in particular, during the fire danger season. Subsequent cuts may be necessary due to regrowth. What happens if I do not comply with the Fire Prevention Notice ? If property owners do not comply with the Notice Council will engage a contractor to carry out the works required on the Notice with all costs plus an administrative fee, to be charged to the property owner. An Infringement Notice may be issued. Failure to comply with this Notice may result in Council undertaking further legal proceedings for failure to comply with a Fire Prevention Notice. Please Note:There has been a significant increase in the penalties for failing to comply with a Fire Prevention Notice. An infringement Notice with a penalty of $1444.00 may be issued. The maximum penalty for failing to comply with a Fire Prevention Notice is $16,900 or 12 months imprisonment or both.

An information session explaining Bushfire Management Overlays will be held at Moorabool Shire Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan, on Friday 11 October at 7.00pm. Representatives from the Country Fire Authority will cover topics including: an explanation of Bushfire Management Overlays, how you self-assess your BAL (Bushfire Attack Level) rating online and how your BAL rating is assessed through the planning process. Moorabool Shire Mayor Cr Pat Toohey and Council staff will attend the meeting. Basic refreshments will be provided.

BUSHFIRE MANAGEMENT OVERLAY MEETING

Moorabool Shire Council Community Development Fund


The Moorabool Shire Council Community Development Fund will open on 8 October 2013 and close on 8 November 2013. The Moorabool Shire Council Community Development Fund is open to community groups/committees, community networks, progress groups and development associations as seed funding (and leverage for external funding opportunities) to support community infrastructure projects that have a significant impact on community development, liveability and wellbeing in the Shire. Community networks, committees and other groups are eligible to apply for up to $25,000 funding with preference to those who can demonstrate:  A contribution toward the cost of the project by cash or inkind support,  The leveraging of funds to support external funding opportunities,  A strategic base - the project is detailed in a community plan, master plan or strategic plan. Applicants are encouraged to read the Community Development Fund Guidelines carefully before making a submission. The Guidelines outline the specific eligibility and assessment criteria. Program Guidelines, Application Forms and further information are available on Councils website www.moorabool.vic.gov. au, or by contacting Customer Service on 5366 7100. Please note, prior to lodging an application, all applicant groups must contact Council and speak to a Community Engagement Officer to discuss their application. Applications close at 5pm on 31 October 2013.

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Contracts & Procurement Officer, Band 5 - $54,935.92 (pro-rata) Part time 24-32 hours per week (Maternity Leave 6-7 month contract) Moorabool is seeking a Contracts & Procurement Officer to maintain and administrate comprehensive, integrated, efficient, compliant and cost effect Contracts, Tenders and Procurement service to all stakeholders including, Council, residents, management and staff. Intending applicants need to obtain a position description from Customer Service on 5366 7100 or visit our website at www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. For further information contact Jacinta Erdody, Revenue Services & Procurement Coordinator on 5366 7100. Applications should include a covering letter, response to the key selection criteria in the Position Description and a current Resume by 5.00pm, 13 October 2013. Moorabool Shire Council is a family friendly, equal opportunity employer

Moorabool Youth Strategy 2013 - 2016


The Moorabool Shire Council has endorsed the Draft Youth Strategy 2013-2016 for the purpose of public exhibition for a four week period. We are therefore inviting feedback on the draft strategy during this time. The Draft Moorabool Youth Strategy 2013-2016 is a four year strategy that provides the framework for the future provision of Youth Services in the Shire and encourages a greater focus on engagement and connectedness in partnership with a range of other external service providers. The draft strategy has been developed through extensive engagement and involvement of key stakeholders including the Moorabool Agencies and Schools Together (MAST) Committee and seeks to build on and extend the existing partnerships between Moorabool Shire Council, youth, schools, agencies, community/sporting groups and the Moorabool community. Moorabool Shire Council is interested in your feedback regarding the Draft Youth Strategy. A copy of the Draft Strategy can be viewed at Councils Customer Service Offices at 15 Stead Street Ballan, 182 Halletts Way Darley, Lerderderg Library Bacchus Marsh, and Ballan Library, or it can be downloaded from www.haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au or Councils website www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. Submissions can be made in writing on the submission form provided, or via www.haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au. Please contact the Youth Development Unit for further information by phoning 5366 7100.

FEEDBACK REQUIRED
Do you own or look after a farm or rural property within the Moorabool Shire? If so we are keen to hear your views. The Moorabool Shire Council is currently seeking feedback from landowners who own, live on or look after a farm or rural property in the Shire. This feedback seeks to determine:  the current knowledge and understanding of landowners regarding natural assets within Shire and their knowledge of environmental support programs (such as Bushbroker)  the barriers that prohibit landowners from engaging in environmental support programs. This important feedback will help Council develop programs to assist landowners within the Shire. To forward your views, contact Matt Aquilina at matt@atlasecology.com.au or 0435 228 172. You will be provided with a survey that will take about five minutes to complete. Surveys are to be completed and returned by Thursday 31 October.

Masons Lane, Bacchus Marsh Monday 14 October Friday 25 October 2013 Council will be undertaking kerb and channel replacement and road construction works on Masons Lane between Gisborne Rd and Simone Road, during the period Monday 14 October to Friday 25 October. The works will require the closure of a section of Masons Lane during the construction period, however the road will be reopened as soon as possible. A fully signed detour route will be in place during this time and your patience and co-operation is appreciated. For further information or assistance, please contact Customer Service on 5366 7100.

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The Lerderderg Library public gallery might just need more art space as 17 local artists display their work until the end of November. Curated by Ballan Arts Project, the MoorArtSpace Local Artists Exhibition presents work by artists living or working in Moorabool. Facilitator Sarah Peckham said the works on display offer a broad range of styles. Most works are for sale and include ceramics, acrylics, pastels, watercolours, drawings and photography. The Ballan Community House Life Drawing class is well represented and we have a variety of artists displaying their work who are members of an artists dinner group, she said. The Local Artists Exhibition will be on display until the end of November at the Lerderderg Library with free entry. Life Drawing classes are held in Ballan on Tuesday evenings at the Community House and the Artists Dinner Group meet at the Wallace Hotel on the first Wednesday of each month. For more information call the Community House on 5368 1934 or Sarah Peckham 0447 367 908.

Shirleyrose Rowe and Nanette Coy of Bacchus Marsh after hanging the works in the Local Artists Exhibition, MoorArtSpace, Lerderderg Library

Moorabool Health and Wellbeing Plan 2013-2017


The Moorabool Shire Council has endorsed the Draft Health and Wellbeing Plan 2013-2017 for the purpose of public exhibition for a four week period. We are therefore inviting feedback on the draft plan during this time. The draft plan has been prepared to enhance the health and wellbeing of our residents and has been prepared in conjunction with the Councils Health and Wellbeing Committee. The Health and Wellbeing Committee is comprised of representatives from health and related organisations.The draft plan aims to capture the health status of our community and present a plan in partnership with local health providers and community organisations, to improve the wellbeing of the Moorabool community. The Council is interested in your feedback regarding the Draft Health and Wellbeing Plan. A copy of the Draft Health and Wellbeing Plan can be viewed at Councils Customer Service Offices at 15 Stead Street, Ballan, 182 Halletts Way, Darley, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh and Ballan Library or it may be downloaded from www.haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au or Councils website www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. Submissions can be made in writing on the submission form provided or via www.haveyoursaymoorabool.com.au Please contact the Community Development Unit for further information by phoning 5366 7100.

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All roads lead to music festival


MOORABOOL COUNCIL HAS given a cautious goahead for the Inca Roads Music Festival to be held in a Millbrook paddock over the last weekend of November. The three-day event could attract up to 650 people to the 8ha site on EgertonYendon Rd. At the October 2 Council meeting, organisers formally invited councillors to the festival. But objectors living nearby said Inca Roads had painted a misleading image of themselves and the festival would put at risk attendees, land values, crops, domestic animals, wildlife and tinder-dry bushland. I personally believe the festival is in a high-risk fire area, neighbour Sandra Siniawski said. I spoke with the CFA Operations Manager for the Ballarat region and he said he had not been told of the event. Cathleen Littlejohn addressed the meeting from her walker and raised fears about emergency exits, crop damage, high winds, an estimated 850 litres of effluent from portable toilets and the risk of e-coli. The revised planning application also doesnt show how illicit drugs will be dealt with, she said. Im also very concerned about the use of the term family-friendly event. Another neighbour, Charmayne Redfern, said the location had been posted on the internet in the past and was known to potential gatecrashers. I wouldnt take my children to this festival. It is not a family friendly event at all. It is for people in their 20s, she said. Also the site is just not suitable. If it is $140 per ticket, that means a possible income of around $70,000. Why cant they afford another venue? Ms Redfern told the meeting she was also contacted by an Inca Roads member who offered to work on her farm for free because

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Music Festival What they said:


Cr Allan Comrie (against) I have no problem with the festival but its in the wrong place. If we have a warm day, a cigarette and long grass then theres going to be a fire. If it was at a reserve somewhere with plenty of room there would be no problem. Cr Tonia Dudzik (for) Moorabool needs to encourage young people and we dont get many opportunities to do this. The new report reduces the operating hours of the festival with a 12am closure. If the permit conditions arent met, it will never happen again. Thats it. Cr Tom Sullivan (for) Were trying to strike a balance and put some boundaries around this. This is not open slather. This is a permit with conditions 26 of them. This is not ideal, but at least now there are conditions that have to be dealt with. Cr Paul Tatchell (for) I had concerns about this festival at the last Council meeting and I still have them. We have heard many allegations and we have no way of testing them. This issue should also have gone to Councils emergency management committee. they wanted her objections dropped. Another neighbour, Gaylene Marshall disputed predicted noise levels in a report from Inca Roads because the sound was not measured at the 2011 or 2012 festivals. A report to Council said tests at the site boundary showed a 112dB sound at 1m (eg jackhammer) would register at less than 65dB at all surrounding homes (the level of normal conversation or laughter). Mt Egerton coffee van operator Katie Proksa said her generator operated at 73dB and she was still able to conduct a conversation at the 2012 festival standing next to the stage. We didnt think it was that loud, she said. My son thought the festival was awesome and my 12-year-old step-son also attended. Id go again with the kids in 2013. Mt Egerton Development Association President Andrea Shaw also backed the festival and told the meeting the late night noise was not a problem from her Fletchers Lane home. I do risk assessment as a profession and I think these boys have done a really good job, she said. Without these kinds of events, Mt Egerton just becomes a dormitory. It becomes a place where people just sleep then head off to work (elsewhere). We want a community and we desperately want events for young people in this community. The first two festivals held at the site did not have planning permits and an application for the 2013 event first came to Council on September 18. Council staff recommended the festival go ahead with conditions, but councillors failed to vote on the issue. It returned to the October 2 meeting with extra conditions. Cr Allan Comrie said the site was still unsuitable and voted against granting the planning permit. All other councillors voted for the festival to go ahead. Ms Littlejohn said neighbours would appeal in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. If another festival is planned for 2014, Inca Roads will need to apply for another permit. (L-R) Coimadai PS Principal (Acting) Moira Ross and the editor of the book Kaaren Bodon, with the school children at the launch.

Another chapter in history


Just in time for the 150th Coimadai Primary School celebration, an updated history book on the school has been released. Acting Principal Moira Ross said she was delighted to receive the updated history of the Coimadai Primary School from its editor, Kaaren Bodon. The whole school gathered around to watch when the first issue of this update history book was handed over, she said. The book titled Coimadai Primary School 1863-2013, was compiled by Mary Flanagan and Margaret Simpson using previous histories, old inspectors reports and current school records. Ms Simpson said it includes an extensive photographic record of the schools people and activities over the past 150 years. Compiling the book has been a marvellous journey, just in time for the 150th anniversary of the school, which will take place on Saturday 19 October between 12 noon and 4pm, she said. The Coimadai Primary School 1863-2013 book will be on sale at the anniversary celebration along with other memorabilia. Ms Ross said they encourage everyone to attend and enjoy a BYO picnic lunch on the school oval whilst sharing and reminiscing the old school days with new and old school pupils.

Energy efficient schools


BUNGAREE PRIMARY is turning on the sun. The school is among 189 across Victoria that have secured $10,000 energy efficiency grants and Principal Calvin Tromp said theirs would be spent on skylights. We have a couple of classrooms that are so dark, we have to turn the lights on in the middle of day, he said. Were also using the grant money to put energy efficiency measures in place such as LED lighting and timers on the hot water system so its only being heated up just before its needed. The money will also be used to draught-proof the school. Bungarees oldest building dates back to the 1920s but the school is lightyears ahead when it comes to electricity. We already have about 60 solar panels, Mr Tromp said. We usually only use about half of the electricity generated, so the remainder has been going into the grid and making money for the school. Others to benefit from a $10,000 sustainability grant include Mt Egerton and Daylesford primary schools. The program is a joint project of Sustainability Victoria and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. A total of 400 grants are expected to be announced before the State election in November 2014.

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through agricultural challenges within our Shire. Members of the Committee include; Chris and Kate Sharkey, James Molesworth, Scott Young, and Stephen Conroy; the Committee will be chaired by Cr Paul Tatchell. Kate Sharkey from Balliang said she was excited about the prospect of having a vehicle to provide a voice for Moorabool farmers to work through issues throughout the Moorabool Farm community and to be proactive in addressing the myriad of issues facing farmers within the Peri-urban precinct. Kate went on to say The Moorabool Shire has been supportive in its approach to the Committee, and is anticipating a productive relationship between Local Government and the farmers the RAC will represent. Councillor David Edwards Chair of the Peri-urban Group of Rural Councils, commented: The Rural Advisory Committee will provide a critical component in providing informed advice in the cause and effect on Agriculture within the Peri-urban challenges. Cr Edwards, along with Moorabool Shires Anne Donovan attended, Beyond The Edge Australias first Peri-urban conference at Latrobe University last week. Cr Edwards said The Conference clearly indicated the dramatic effects on regions within the zone, and the importance of understanding those effects on communities such as Moorabool. What is the Peri-urban, and whats it all about? Peri-urban areas are largely defined as the areas that surround our metropolitan areas and cities - neither urban nor rural in the conventional sense. They are the fastest growing regions in many countries. In Australia, they frequently extend 100 kilometres beyond the suburban edge and it is estimated that over a quarter of a million Victorians live in peri-urban areas. Its within the transition where the RAC can use coalface information to contribute to the process. Peri-urban is largely considered as a transitional phase in contested spaces with a wide range of uses such as water catchments, forestry, mineral and stone extraction, tourism and recreation, and productive farming, as well as offer-

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Rural Advisory Committee kicks off


The Moorabool Rural Advisory Committee met at the Ballan Shire Offices on Monday night to set an agenda for the group over the next 12 months. The Section 86 Rural Advisory Committee will work in conjunction with the Shire to produce an advisory tool for Council, and Council Officers, in driving the future of agriculture in the Moorabool region. The committee has been buoyed by the positive commitment from Moorabool Shire CEO Rob Croxford in working with the group to produce positive outcomes. Mr Croxford said The Rural Advisory Committee presents us with an opportunity to work with our local farmers using an informative base to work ing a unique ambiance and lifestyle. The Rural Advisory Committee presents a grassroots source to contribute to the conversation in areas like Farm rates, Land care, Strategic Planning, and the synergies required to encourage Agri-related business into the region. Its important that Moorabool remains active, and not reactive, in terms of the pending growth into the region. Farming in this country is constantly under threat, with continual pressures being placed on farming where the return on investment is largely subsidised by the culture, not the profit. Expensive farmland, high operating costs, and the commercial difficulties in farm development for new players is a constant threat to an industry too often taken for granted. The urban threat is adding yet another degree of difficulty to the already difficult. I applaud the Committee on their commitment and energy; Its up to all of us to protect and encourage Agriculture in our region. With farming making up 12.5 per cent of this Countrys GDP, we cant afford not to! Whats on your mind emails must be accompanied with full name, address and phone number (not for publication). Please send all correspondence to news@themooraboolnews.com.au

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stantly hyper-arousing our lower instincts and giving our reasoning circuits no time to respond. This robs us of the ability to think our collective way out of the consumerist conundrum and encourages us instead to dig deeper into itNevertheless, unless we make a wholesale shift from a lower-cortex culture back to a more considered, more sharing, more spiritual high-cortex one, our chances of deciding to take the long term, altruistic, evolutionary route out of disastrous overconsumption may be stuck at near zero. My thoughts on this comment by John Naish went along these lines; isnt our governments hesitancy in tackling climate change and the other environmental issues simply because they so fervently believe in this overconsumption: sell, sell, sell our resources to the highest bidder, so we can continue to over consume. Does not our current parliamentary system make its appeal to, the primitive, lower, fear-driven, insatiable brain that sees the world only in terms of competition, consumption and famine? Did not, over the past few months, leading up to the election, the boys in power (I am sorry to use the term boys, especially as I am a male, but that term, I believe, sums up what we all endured over the past couple of years of political life here in Australia), Push out of the equation the higher cortex, the reasoning, altruistic human brain that we evolved to intercede in our primitive responses. And in terms of the environment havent we been sold a puppy. As one writer recently so accurately put it, this is the first time in Australias history that a government has been elected that openly states that it does not agree with, not some, not even a few, but all the major scientists in the world on an issue. Surely in this last election, if I might borrow from a comment of Noam Chomsky, did not the boys ask us to focus on the row of stately trees in front while the forest burns behind our backs? How true will the comment turn out to be that was made by David Suzuki recently on Q&A when he said that the performance of the Australian government (he did say Canadian as well) just elected, in clos-

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The boys are back in town


While watching this years AFL Grand Final a comment by John Naish, from his book, Enough - Breaking free from the world of more(Hodder & Stoughton, Great Britain, 2008) came to mind. In this book John Naish writes, Our society increasingly stimulates the wrong brain the primitive, lower, fear-driven, insatiable brain that sees the world only in terms of competition, consumption and famine. Pushed out of the equation is the higher cortex, the reasoning, altruistic human brain that we evolved to intercede in our primitive responses. Our over-accelerating, overstimulated, self-obsessed cultural environment marginalises the very brain mechanisms that make us such uniquely civilised creatures by coning down the various climate change organisations, was criminal? But these boys have been there before and these boys have gone before and there is always a better story, a higher story, a story that engenders hope and offers a way forward and includes us all, if we want to be part of this story. This time the story is of a group thrown out of office by the new government who didnt give in and accept this decision as final. Dr Tim Flannery could have been cynical or bitter or behaved like the boys when responding to the closing of the Climate Commission by the new government. Or he could have turned his back and thanked everyone and walked away. He could have given in. But he didnt. Instead he launched the Australian Climate Council that is dependent, no longer on the government, but on the generous donations of Australians. And in so doing has invited us all to join him. At the time of writing this piece he has at least 5000 Australians who are putting their hands in the pockets to support this new initiative. Now that, it seems to me, is the way to go, not only for Tim Flannery but for all of us. How about joining? What is your opinion? Next Moorabool Environment Group (MEG) meeting - Tuesday 22 October 128 Possumtail Run Merrimu (last house on the right) 7.30pm. All Welcome.

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Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and Melton Regional Hospital. Photos Natasha Hurst

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Sukwinder and Jaswanti of Bacchus Marsh welcomed baby boy Anoobreet Kaur into their lives at 16:56 on Monday 16 September 2013 weighing 3805grams (8lbs 6oz).

Its a boy for Parwan couple Kirsty and Steve who welcomed their baby boy little Peanut at 4:21am on Tuesday 17 September 2013 weighing 3870 grams (8lbs 8oz).

Welcome to the world Destiny who was born to Sunbury couple Tara and David on Thursday 26 September 2013. Destiny was welcomed at 12.19pm weighing 3180grams (7lbs) and is a little sister for Mariah and Serenity.

Its a boy for Sunbury couple Aritika and Jarrod who welcomed Liam George Cunningham into their family on Monday 30 September 2013 at 6.36am. Liam weighed 3700grams (8lbs 2oz) and is a little brother for Xavier.

Its another boy for Sarah and Russell Hatcher of Darley who welcomed Braxton Joe into their family at 1.55am on Friday 4 October 2013. Weighing 3600 grams (7lbs 15oz) Braxton is a little brother for Grant and Brodie.

Emma and Cameron of Melton are proud to announce the arrival of baby girl Hannah who was welcomed into the family on Monday 16 September 2013 at 2.20 pm. Weighing 4350 grams (9lbs 9oz), Hannah is a little sister for Ryan.

Gisborne couple Manpreet and Kuldeep welcomed their beautiful baby Kailey into their lives at 7.00am on Sunday 22 September 2013 weighing 3420grams (7lbs 8oz).

Its a boy for Melton couple Amy and Anthony. Malakai Kayden DEWAR was welcomed at 6.15pm on Monday 23 September 2013 weighing 4370grams (9lbs 10oz).

Baby boy Pacer Gris Gliddon was welcomed by Melton couple Yam and Ashley. Pacer weighed 4040 grams (8lbs 14oz) and was welcomed on Wednesday 2 October 2013.

Brookfield couple Leila and Ilaoa welcomed baby girl Grace Leata Ilaoa into their family at 1.15pm on Monday 30 September 2013. Weighing 4920grams (10lbs 14oz), Grace is a little sister for Aidau and Xavier.

Its a boy for Melton South couple Bec and Matt who welcomed their first child Daniel at 9.18pm on Wednesday 2 October 2013 weighing 4280grams (9lbs 6oz).

Jasmyn and Damian of Melton West welcomed baby girl Aria Toru Josephine into their lives at 4.11pm on Monday 30 September 2013. Weighing 4170grams (9lbs 3oz), Aria is a little sister for Olivia and Natalie.

Big bucks boost for Council


Melton South couple Valerie and John welcomed baby boy Xavier Louis Sacco at 10.45am on Thursday 3 October 2013 weighing 3230 grams (7lbs 1oz). Wyndhamvale couple Clare and Ben welcomed Oliver Charlie Kane into their lives on Wednesday 2 October 2013 at 3.38am weighing 3000 grams (6lbs 9oz). MOORABOOL COUNCIL has had a massive cash windfall but on paper only. Chief Executive Rob Croxford said finance staff were using a more detailed way of assessing the value of its roads and that had caused a huge jump in their total value despite creating only a handful of new roads. Were revaluing roads in much greater detail, he said after the September 18 meeting. We took the value of our roads and bridges which was $315 million in 2011/12 and now use a system to work out how much they would cost to replace from scratch if destroyed. That means their value rose to $489 million last financial year. It hasnt changed overall Council profitability. The latest report to the Auditor General showed Moorabool had a $7.7 million net surplus for 2012/13. Mr Croxford said that money would mostly go towards capital works such as new or repaired roads and bridges. Since 2009 Moorabool has invested more heavily in roads, bridges, footpaths and other infrastructure. Overall, Council has a low financial risk. Were not flush with cash, but were in a good position now. The document also shows Moorabool received $3.7 million less in Operating Grants, due to a reduction in flood-damage relief funding. The completion of flood recovery projects also meant Council had $2 million more to spend on materials and services. Council reserve funds were also used to pay off a $2.3 million Defined Benefits Superannuation liability ahead of time. That scheme ended in 1993 before Moorabool existed but it guaranteed Victorian Local Government, library and water board employees a set amount of money on retirement. The report also showed that a Council property in Graham St Bacchus Marsh continues to be a burden. Its value was written down and it is still for sale, six years after Council bought the commercial-zoned parcel to attract a large retailer. Under the Local Government Act 1989, all Councils must have their financial statements signed off by the Auditor General each year.

Its a baby boy for Kim and Matthew of Bacchus Marsh, who welcomed their first child Kele Max Evans at 10.33pm on Wednesday 2 October 2013 weighing 4210grams (9lbs 4oz).

Bacchus Marsh couple Rhiannon and Bruce are the proud first time parents of baby boy Joshua James Graham who was welcomed on Monday 30 September 2013 at 8.12pm weighing 3910grams (8lbs 10oz).

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awareness among older people about the symptoms of depression and anxiety, and making seniors aware that their GP can advise on treatments that work. If you are feeling down and sad, cant be bothered participating in activities you once enjoyed or youre having unexplained aches and pains, these could all be signs of depression or anxiety If you talk to a health professional, you can get treatment which will make you feel better and allow you to live life more fully. Kate Carnell AO beyondblue CEO Hawthorn West

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Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au masters, most of whom have a vested interest in proving there is a continuing problem needing international taxes and controls. Consensus is the tool of politics. Public opinion is where the next climate battle will be fought. They will lose again. Viv Forbes, Rosewood Qld Dear Editor, The science debate is over. They lost. Decades ago they proposed a theory that Earths temperature is controlled by the 0.004% trace of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. This theory was used to make predictions by at least 73 computer models. Thirty years of observations has proven every prediction wrong. Therefore their theory is wrong. That is how science works. Now, faced with collapse of their theory and defunding of their activities, the alarmist crew have switched to politics. The IPCC Summary document released last week with all the hoopla of a political convention is a political document produced by consensus. It was negotiated by a faceless committee of international bureaucrats for their government ety - and people shouldnt think it goes with the territory. Research shows that older people experience higher rates of depression than the general population, but ageing itself doesnt cause depression or anxiety. Frail older people, those living with chronic conditions, and those needing a high level of home help are even more at risk of developing depression and anxiety. Research also shows that: a quarter of older people wrongly think depression is a normal part of ageing over two-thirds believe its embarrassing to admit to having depression. significantly fewer Australians over 65 recognise depression as a major mental health issue compared with younger people. These figures highlight the importance of raising

Myrniong District Rainfall Report


September 2013 rainfall Total for the 2013 year 46.3 millimetres 455.0 millimetres September 2012 rainfall 76.2 millimetres Total at same time last year 607.4 millimetres

Dear Editor, This week (6-13 October) is the Victorian Seniors Festival, which is a good time to focus on the role of older people in our community and the wonderful contribution they make. It is also time to remind people that as they get older, they dont have to put up with depression and anxi-

Pykes Creek Reservoir


The dam and reservoir are located on a tributary of the Werribee River and impound 22,119 ML of water when full, as seen in the picture above

Western Water Report Reservoir levels Pykes Creek Reservoir at 28 Sept 2013 91.3% Water level this time last year 100%

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ADULT EDUCATION

MEETINGS
Bacchus Marsh Multiple Birth Association Playgroup Every Wednesday morning, 9.30am - 11.30am. Darley Neighbourhood House, Jonathan Drive, Darley. $30 per term - Enquiries to Marija 0423 215 071. 1st BALLAN SCOUTS Meeting weekly Ballan Racecourse Reserve Scouts - Wednesday 7-9pm, Cubs Thursday 6:30 - 8pm, Joeys Thursday 6:30 7:30pm. New Members Welcome. Contact Group Leader - Bruce 0419 582 959 Family Drug Help Meeting Thursday 17 October, 7.30-9.30pm. Every 1st & 3rd Thursday of month. The Merrimu Centre, 2 Bacchus Street, Bacchus Marsh (Enter from Inglis Street). Enq - 9573 1784. Bipolar Support Group Next meeting Tuesday 22 October, 11am-12noon. Ballan Mechanics Institute, 143 Inglis Street. Meetings are held fortnightly on Tuesdays, 11am-12 noon. Come for a coffee and a friendly chat. Enq. Janine 0423 068 318 or E-mail: bipolar.support@live.com.

CHURCH
Catholic Parishes of Gordon and Bungaree Mass Times: Saturday 12 October - Springbank, 6.30pm. Sunday 13 October - Bungaree, 8.45am; Ballan, 10.30am. Anglican Parish of West Moorabool Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon Service Times: Friday 11 October - St Johns Ballan, 10am. Sunday 13 October - St Johns Bungaree, 9am; St James Morrisons, 9am; St Johns Ballan, 9.30am. Please phone 5368 2730 for more details. Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit Sunday Mass 11.30am (2nd & 4th Sunday of Month) Ballan Uniting Church Services 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am 4th Sunday 9.30am Reflective Worship Anglican Parish of Bacchus Marsh, Balliang, Myrniong & Blackwood Service times: Combined Parish Service All Saints Blackwood - Sunday 29 September. Holy Trinity Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am Holy Communion, 10am Family Service, Wednesday Holy Communion 10am; St Georges Balliang 9am 2nd & 4th Sundays; Christ Church Myrniong 11am 1st & 3rd Sunday; All Saints Blackwood 1st & 3rd Sunday, 9am. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Mens KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm. Further details 0429 681 566.

Ballan & District Community House Term 4 Program coming soon, check your letterbox. www. BallanCommunityHouse.com.au Senior Citizens Week FREE Film Festival of Old Classics at Ballan Senior Citizens Hall, 2pm.Tuesday 8/10, Singin in the Rain; Wednesday 9/10, Some Like it Hot; Saturday 12/10 An American in Paris; Friday 11/10 (7pm) Cleopatra. Trivia Night Sat 26 Oct, 7pm. Tickets $20. Book a table now. Bookings/Enquiries phone - 5368 1934. Melton South Community Centre Offering classes in Digital Cameras Made Easy, Writing & Publishing Taster , Computers-Absolute Beginners, Spanish Language, Tarot Cards all starting 14 Oct. Computers- Absolute Beginners, Excel, Website Design & Latin/Ballroom Dancing, Acoustic Guitar all starting 15 Oct. Work Safely in Construction Industry 19 Oct. Garden Design and Cooking-Paris Brest on 20 Oct - Phone 9747 8576 for enquiries. Bacchus Marsh Community College FREE computer classes (Digital Hub Program). All enquires and bookings please call 5367 1061.

ENTERTAINMENT
Ballan Ballroom Dancing Church of England (Anglican) Hall, Simpson St, Ballan 7.30-9.30pm. Enquiries Win 5368 2185 or Colin 5333 2746.

MARKETs
Ballan Lions Club Market Saturday 3 November 2013, 8am-1pm. 1st Saturday each Month. Inglis St, Ballan. Darley Market Saturday 19 October, 2013 Darley Park, Cnr Gisborne Rd & Grey St, Enq- 0488 345 145 Ballan Farmers Market Next Market Saturday 12 October, 9am-1pm. 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. Enq 0408 218 954.

MISCellaneous
Ballan Playgroup Every Tuesday 10am 12 noon. Ballan Uniting Church Hall Babies to 5 year olds..Mums, Dads, Grandparents and Carers All Welcome. $20 per term or $4 per session. Enq: 0407 336 188 or 0405 729 190

LAL LAL MARKET


Community Hall
(Next to Pub)

October 27th, 10am - 2pm


Seafood, Craft, Produce, Food stalls & lots more Fire expo with prizes to be won

Next Shoot: Sunday 13 October, 2013 Next Shoot: Sunday 5th May 2013 Location: BALLARK Location: BALLARK Ballan Meredith Rd Nominations: 10.00am Ballan Meredith Rd Event Start: 10.30am Enquiries: Gerald Connor 0409409602 Nominations: 10.00am Marc Canavan 0432 237 389 Event Start: Proceeds to: Ballan Football10.30am & Netball Club Prizes, Refreshments, all money raised goes back into our community. Enquiries: Come Along Gerald Connor 0409 409 602 and Support your District & Club. Marc Canavan 0432 237 389 Proceeds to: Meredith PS Prizes, Refreshments, all money raised goes back into our community. Come Along and Support your District & Club

BALLARK & DISTRICT GUN BALLARK & DISTRICT GUN CLUBCLUB

Ballan & District Community House invites all Senior Citizens to a special event. Our Film Festival of Old Classics will celebrate Senior Citizens Week. Four famous old movies will be screened at the Senior Citizens Rooms, 78 Steiglitz St, Ballan for free.

Senior Citizens Film Festival

ALL WELCOME
Poultry Sale [Helmsman Auction] Sunday 13th October 2013
Bacchus Marsh Racecourse & Recreation Reserve Auctions starts 11.30am, Final Bids by 12.30pm Buyers Register $2 after 9am. Layers, Pets, andbreeding poultry on offer. Buy 2 or 3 chooks for the backyard. Fundraiser - Footscray & District Poultry Club. Bookings: $4 per Lot Phone - Kerry 9741 9705

Afternoon tea or supper will be served at each screening. Come and join in a celebration of nostalgia and enjoyment. Admission Free and if transport is required please call 5368 1934. Bookings essential.

Tues 8/10, Singin in the Rain @ 2pm Wed 9/10, Some Like it Hot @ 2pm Fri 11/10, Cleopatra @ 7pm Sat 12/10 An American in Paris @ 2pm

Poultry Pavilion

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When Position and Potential Meet


Enzo Raimondo CEO, REIV

Median price often confusing


3 1 1

65 Young Street, Bacchus Marsh Price: $319,500


Within easy walking distance of the ever popular Bacchus Marsh Main Street shopping strip, this light filled weatherboard home offers a generous 17m frontage and 49m depth, offering scope to develop (STCA) or renovate. Features 3 bedrooms, 2 separate living areas, character style kitchen, neat and tidy bathroom and laundry, beautifully manicured gardens sitting opposite Masons Lane Sports Reserve, close to Primary Schools. Unbeatable value offered here.

There are many different calculations of the median price available to the public. While having more information can be helpful, it can also be confusing. Last month, the ValuerGeneral released the March quarter 2013 median prices. These showed a 5.4 per cent decrease in Melbournes median house price. And yet the REIV recorded a 3.1 per cent increase. So why is there a difference? The answer lies in the methodology. The ValuerGeneral publishes the raw (original) median price, while the REIV publishes a seasonally adjusted median price. Both are valid calculations and show a different aspect of the market. Other data providers like the Australian Bureau of Statistics provide original, seasonally adjusted, and trend series of their data.

Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

The REIV adopted a seasonally adjusted median price to account for changes that occur periodically within the year. In general, median house prices increase in the December quarters and decrease in the March quarters. This is because there are more sales and more auctions during the December quarter. Conversely, by the March quarter, there are fewer sales and auctions. Prices of homes sold at auction are around 50 per cent higher than others. This is because many auctions are held in the inner city, so house prices are more likely to increase in quarters where there are more auction sales. While the REIV has adopted the seasonally adjusted median price, the original and trend series are also available on our website at www.reiv.com.au

LEN SMITH
REAL ESTATE

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh www.lensmith.com.au

5367 8128

Elevated 4 Bedroom Home, 2977m2


53 Nightingale Street, Gordon
Situated on the township fringe of Gordon, within walking distance to the primary school & main street  Ranch style solid brick family home, north facing, elevated position with a scenic outlook Approx. 25sqs of living, 4 bedrooms, master with an updated ensuite & WIR, others with BIRs Updated kitchen with dishwasher, electric oven & cooktop & a large tiled dining area adjoining  2 separate living zones consist of a formal lounge with feature wood heater & a theatre/family room Connected to Town Water, Zoned Rural living, Separate 6m x 6m workshop  20 mins drive to Ballarat, 10 mins to the Ballan Train Station & 60 mins from Melbourne
MN0506G

$419,000 - $439,000

Formerly Jens Gaunt

51 Lydiard Street South Ballarat Phone 5331 1111

Contact: Chris Leonard

Mob 0409 0409 23


www.prdballarat.com.au

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arbee real estate


ING NEW LIST ING NEW LIST

Bacchus Marsh

Family Home with Big Backyard

asking $420,000

4 2 2

This terrific home offers 4 bedrooms + a bungalow, ens & WIR to master bed, & 2 living areas. There is ducted evap cooling throughout & 2 gas wall furnaces to comfortably heat the home. Externally you have a large covered outdoor entertaining area, a 9m x 6m colorbond shed, landscaped gardens & a backyard with fruit trees, vegie patch & dog yard. Close to public transport and only a couple of kms from the Main Street this home is highly recommended for the growing family. PID: 682519

Situated in The Elms estate is this wonderful family home consisting of 4 bedrooms + study, formal living, kitchen/dining/living and rumpus. Quality fittings and fixtures throughout, ducted heating, and much more only an inspection will reveal. Externally we have everything, swimming pool, alfresco area, landscaped gardens (beautiful), loads of shedding, veggie gardens, 2 & 1/2 car garage all set on an approx. 1000m2 block of land. PID: 681776

Bacchus Marsh

Great Family Home

asking $480,000

4 2 2

ING NEW LIST

ING NEW LIST

Bacchus Marsh

Im Here, Just Waiting For You!

asking $336,000

3 2 1

Positioned perfectly in a quiet court location is this excellent family home. The house of approx 19sq living, has 3 bedrooms, plus a study/or parents retreat. The master bedroom with WWC has a big ensuite with a spa bath, shower & WC. And there is an additional WIR. The other bedrooms have WWCs & BIRs. The spacious timber kitchen has a S/S w/oven & 6 burner gas cooktop. Adjoining the kitchen is a tiled meals/dining area. A great feature in the home is the big light filled lounge room offering some views across town. Externally there is a big BBQ area, all paved with a steel covered pergola approx 9x6m.

Bacchus Marsh

Great Home In Town Central

Asking

$459,000

3 1 2

PID: 682559

An excellent floor plan with 3 bedrooms , 1 bathroom + powder room, open plan living that flows through the family room & kitchen & then out to the covered pergola entertaining area. Slow combustion wood heater in the family room & R/C split system a/c in the family room, master bedroom & bedroom 3. Oversize double garage provides excellent storage or a workshop. Gardens are fully landscaped and paved for easy maintenance. PID: 680884

ING NEW LIST

Bacchus Marsh

Location? Presentation? Theyre Both Here

Asking

$347,000

3 2 3

Just minutes from the Main St, Schools, Shops & Railway Station is this beautifully presented 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom BV home. Master bedroom with ens & WIR, others with BIRs & all with new WWC. Timber kitchen with electric oven & gas cooktop. Comfortable lounge room which also has new WWC. New gas wall furnace & evap cooling. Big BBQ/entertainment area fully paved with a covered pergola. PID: 677299

A fantastic family home of 3 bedrooms, study & 2 spacious living areas. Fully equipped kitchen adjacent to the family room & meals area & leads out to covered & paved pergola & entertaining area. The master bedroom incorporates BIRs & large ens complete with corner spa. Bedrooms 2 & 3 also have BIRs. Reverse cycle air conditioners and open fire place with mantle piece in the lounge room. Inground, solar heated & salt chlorinated pool with a decked sitting area. Double carport with remote control door. PID: 673084

Bacchus Marsh

Quality Home, Quality Neighbourhood

asking $459,500

3 2 2

Situated in the prestigious Grantleigh Estate. The superb floor plan boasts 4 bedrooms, (master with full ens & WIR). 2 living areas including open kitchen/family/meals, plus a rumpus/kids room & large laundry. Central heating, split system A/C, stainless appliances. 1000m2 block, remote double garage with internal entry, side driveway access to a 9m x 6m shed, 3 large water tanks, landscaped gardens. Huge 12sq enclosed entertainment area equipped with a working fireplace, 8 seater spa & built in outdoor kitchen. PID: 667650

Bacchus Marsh

The Complete Package

asking $550,000

4 2 2

Situated only a short stroll from the local CBD (shops, hospital, schools, parks) is this 3 bedroom weatherboard home consisting of kitchen/dining, formal living, bathroom, heating & cooling, polished floorboards, rumpus (or 4th bedroom) and more only an inspection will reveal. Externally we have a large block of land, carport & plenty of scope to do what you want. PID: 670346

Bacchus Marsh

The Sky Is The Limit!

asking $329,000

3 1 1

After hours:

Ian McDonald 0418 522 549 Bryan Marsden 0414 661 206

Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 Bob Gunnell 0417 566 951

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

www.arbeerealestate.com.au

5367 2333

real people working in real proper ty

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arbee real estate

Bacchus Marsh

Price, Presentation, Position

asking $315,000

3 1 2

Bacchus Marsh

Where Living Is So Good

asking $449,000

Situated only a short stroll from Main C.B.D is this lovely presented 3 bedroom home consisting of kitchen/dining, formal living, rumpus, bathroom, ducted heating, wood heater, split system, top quality fittings & fixtures, and appliances and much more only an inspection will reveal. Externally we have double garage (remote), perfectly manicured gardens, alfresco area, all set on a generous block of land. PID: 671620

Let me say this would be one of the best townhouses built in Bacchus Marsh with everything you could wish for. Position (close to shops, hospital, transportation, schools etc). Superbly built home consists of 3 bedrooms & study, two bathrooms (ensuite to main, open plan living, kitchen/dining/living, powder room, atrium, top quality appliances, single garage that enters into home, alfresco area under roof, ducted heating, and more. PID: 667229

3 2 1

Bacchus Marsh

Big Family Home

asking $410,000

5 2 2

Spacious family home of 5 bedrooms, master with Ens & WIR, a kitchen/family/meals area, a rumpus room, separate formal lounge & it is serviced by ducted heating & cooling. Double garage with remote panel door has direct access to the house & the decked alfresco area is also covered by a pergola. All this on a 817m2 block this home is highly recommended for the large or growing family. PID: 664379

Bacchus Marsh

Live In Style

asking $489,000

This stylish home of approx 27sq of open plan living plus 4.5sq double garage offers you the best in modern living. Comprising of 4 bedrooms, the master with smart ens & WIR. Other bedrooms have BIRs. Hostess kitchen includes the latest S/S appliances inc dishwasher, S/S oven & gas cooktop & has a W.I.P. Big lounge room & we also have a study, & rumpus room. 2nd bathroom, separate WC, big laundry. Duct heating, evap cooling, WWC, tiling, timber venetians & much more. Double garage with tilt panel door, fully landscaped front garden, & smart rear garden with nice decking features include pergola. PID: 657016

4 2 2

Maddingley

Big Family Appeal

Asking

$395,000

4 2 2

Just 4 yrs old this smart home of 32sq is ideal for the big family with its 4 bedrooms + study, 2 bathrooms & open plan living design. Master bedroom with dressing room & en. Hostess kitchen with the latest S/S appliances. Comfortable lounge room & rumpus room. Study, 2nd bathroom & laundry. Ducted heating, evap cooling, quality carpet & tiles are also in this great package. Double garage with access to the house, workshop area, remote panel door. Alfresco dining area with spa, 6 panel solar inverter, R/W tank, garden shed & all gardens done. PID: 647953

Bacchus Marsh

Excellent Living, Inside & Out

Asking

$419,000

4 2 2

Consisting of 4 bedrooms & study. Master bed with WIR & ens with spa, bedrooms 2 & 3 both have WIR. Formal lounge & a dining area, large family room/meals area, quality kitchen with an impressive walk-in larder. The family room flows to the paved & covered alfresco area. Serviced by ducted heating & cooling and there is an oversize double garage with remote roller door, heaps of inbuilt storage and solar panels integrated. PID: 610015

REDUCED

Bacchus Marsh

For The Entertainer In You

asking $440,000

Offers Considered

4 2 2

Magnificent views over the Underbank Stud. 4 bedroom B/V Family Home with study, bathroom & laundry & step-down Lounge & Formal dining area, kitchen/meals & Family room. The double garage with auto doors has direct access to the home & the ducted heating, evap cooling & 2 console (new) heating units contribute to year round comfort. Sliding glass doors from both living areas. Established gardens. An additional feature is a paved area for one to sit and relax and absorb the breath-taking views.

Bacchus Marsh

Family Home With The Lot

Asking

$540,000

4 2 2

PID: 614868

This fantastic family home of 4 bedrooms + study, master bed has WIR + ens, family bathroom with spa, formal lounge + large family room. Outdoor living under veranda & pergola & fully fenced in ground solar heated pool with undercover entertaining area. Fully landscaped gardens & also a 9m x 7m garage, 11m x 7m shed & dble carport. All of this on a 2,000m2 block with additional entry from a rear street. PID: 597563

After hours:

Ian McDonald 0418 522 549 Bryan Marsden 0414 661 206

Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 Bob Gunnell 0417 566 951

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

www.arbeerealestate.com.au

5367 2333

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Rewards arrive and in some of the most unexpected ways. Email are - news@themooraboolnews.com.au Distractions everywhere on the weekend. Home improvements, travel and travel planning and moves are all favoured now. CANCERJune 22-July 22 Financial favours are not being returned. Dont be shy about asking for what is due. Your powers of concentration now are extremely strong, and you achieve at least one major accomplishment. LEOJuly 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles


QUICK PUZZLE
A possible romantic clash is in the picture. Approach situations with more maturity - dont make light of a controversial subject. A link with the past takes place on the weekend. VIRGOAugust 23-September 22 Its easy to be deceived right now, so be wary of any opportunists in your social circle. Recent unconventional ideas are paying off - to your considerate amusement. LIBRASeptember 23-October 22 Its a week for competitions, mental or physical. While you may not keep coming up the winner, you are scoring points with VIPs. Selling could be your current forte. As a consumer, more care is needed. SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21 Your stable nature seems to attract both men and women friends this week. Some of your own goals remain just out of reach. Dont hesitate to ask for assurances. SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22 Its easy to overdo - to the point that you take on more jobs than you can possibly finish. Friends, especially romantic friends, seem a little forthright and inquiring right now. CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20 Sparks may fly this week because you may put work before romance. At the workplace, advancement may be in the picture - just a bit more patience. AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19 You are a little vulnerable now and if you are looking for trouble, you are bound to find some. To brighten your week, a shopping spree could be a good idea. Friends touch you with a surprise gesture. PISCESFebruary 20-March 20 You are riding a crest of popularity now - which makes it all too easy for you to avoid key issues. A shift in family responsibilities takes place and you may be in for a new obligation. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK You have a facility for inspiring people to do their best so long as they are not stealing the limelight from you. As the year comes closer to the end,you become less materialistic and more philosophic.


ARIESMarch 21-April 20 Take the lead now in finance and domestic decisions but not in love. You are incredibly sharp now and your social life is going marvelously well. Messages can get tangled later in the week. TAURUSApril 21-May 22 You earn the role of peacemaker, as much of your week is spent helping friends come to a settlement. Your judgement is not as sharp as you think. Be more discriminating especially in your choice of companions. GEMINIMay 23-June 21 Rewards arrive and in some of the most unexpected ways. Distractions are everywhere on the weekend. Home improvements, travel and travel planning and moves are all favoured now.

NO. 8827
7. 8. 9. 10. 12. 15. 16. 18. 20. 22. ACROSS Author (6,6) Cad (6) Crumple (6) Late (7) Die down (5) Teach (5) Tiredly (7) High-pitched (6) Uniform (6) Well (2,4,6) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 11. 13. 14. 17. 19. 21. DOWN Gun (8) Run (4) Crying (7) Couple (5) Month (8) Sadly (4) Barrier (8) Bear (8) Rich (7) Sailing boat (5) Greet (4) Small container (4)

CANCERJune 22-July 22 Financial favours are not being returned. Dont be shy about asking for what is due. Your powers of concentration now are extremely strong, and you achieve at least one major accomplishment. LEOJuly 23-August 22 A possible romantic clash is in the picture. Approach situations with more maturity - dont make light of a controversial subject. A link with the past takes place on the weekend. VIRGOAugust 23-September 22 Its easy to be deceived right now, so be wary of any opportunists in your social circle. Recent unconventional ideas are paying off - to your considerate amusement. LIBRASeptember 23-October 22 Its a week for competitions, mental or physical. While you may not keep coming up the winner, you are scoring points with VIPs. Selling could be your current forte. As a consumer, more care is needed. SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21

CRYPTIC PUZZLE

ACROSS 7. 5280 feet of water (8,4). 8. Compassionate with the fellow whos been put in the shade (6). 9. Shares the supplies (6). 10. Spun round with Nonsense! The date is wrong! (7). 12. Hes a born twister, I put in (5). 15. Finding a job for some of us in Greece (5). 16. Directed to get the bag and to search it (7). 18. The hollow is hard to get right into (6). 20. Hes a tippler, kid! (6). 22. It makes one dull and boorish (4,2,6). DOWN 1. So terrific it just isnt true! (8). 2. It has been climbed up before (4). 3. Having got attached to, was cheated by (7). 4. Categorise as variety (5). 5. A robust port: strangely sour (8). 6. See you restrain from getting up (4). 11. Proclaim with some weight to the girl (8). 13. More stunts in the air scene (8). 14. The rest of the pets (7). 17. Pick off a bud (5). 19. The table will move on wheels (4). 21. The attraction of tug of war? (4).
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Across - 7, Nautical mile. 8, Hu-man-e. 9, Stocks. 10, Rot-ated. 12, Rob-I-n. 15, Us-in-G(reece). 16, Ran-sack. 18, T-r-ough. 20, Nipper. 22, Lack of polish. Down - 1, Fabulous. 2, Etna (rev.). 3, Screwed. 4, Class. 5, Vigo-rous. 6, Peek (rev.). 11, Ann-ounce. 13, Increase (anag.). 14, Cat-naps. 17, Shoot. 19, Roll. 21, Pull.

SUDOKU
NUMBER GAME
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Your stable nature seems to attract both men and women friends this week. Some of your own goals remain just out of reach. Dont hesitate to ask for assurances. SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22 Its easy to overdo - to the point that you take on more jobs than you can possibly finish. Friends, especially romantic friends, seem a little forthright and inquiring right now. CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20 Sparks may fly this week because you may put work before romance. At the workplace, advancement may be in the picture - just a bit more patience. AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19 You are a little vulnerable now and if you are looking for trouble, you are bound to find some. To brighten your week, a shopping spree could be a good idea. Friends touch you with a surprise gesture. PISCESFebruary 20-March 20 You are riding a crest of popularity now - which makes it all too easy for you to avoid key issues. A shift in family responsibilities takes place and you may be in for a new obligation. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK You have a facility for inspiring people to do their best so long as they are not stealing the limelight from you. As the year comes closer to the end,you become less materialistic and more philosophic.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8826

QUICK SOLUTIONS Across - 6, Magnificent. 7, Limp. 8, Together. 9, Stride. 10, Riding. 12, Scents. 15, Tussle. 17, Handsome. 19, Oath. 20, Over and over. Down - 1, Egyptian. 2, Little. 3, Finger. 4, Cent. 5, Strewn. 6, Moist. 11, Dissolve. 13, Crayon. 14, Slogan. 15, Trendy. 16, Later. 18, Deed. CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Across - 6, Packed house. 7, To-I-L. 8, Overlook. 9, Renown. 10, Tar-I-FF (rev.). 12, Rouses (anag.). 15, Tongue. 17, Off-stage. 19, Lot-H. 20, Court jester. Down - 1, S-call-op-s. 2, R-ebor-N. 3, Th-re-at. 4, Dull. 5, Set off. 6, Pr-on-e. 11, Ring-lets. 13, Off-ice. 14, Starts.

GEN WHY

QUICK SOLUTIONS Across - 7, George Orwell. 8, Rotter. 9, Crease. 10, Overdue. 12, Abate. 15, Train. 16, Wearily. 18, Shrill. 20, Livery. 22, In good health. Down - 1, Revolver. 2, Trot. 3, Tearful. 4, Brace. 5, December. 6, Alas. 11, Railings. 13, Tolerate. 14, Wealthy. 17, Sloop. 19, Hail. 21, Vial.

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8827

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LEN SMITH
REAL ESTATE
DARLEY$280,000 bacchus marsh $225,000

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh www.lensmith.com.au

MN0550G2

5367 8128

darley$310,000

bacchus marsh

$352,000

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Try this for Value

Established home comprises of 3 bedrooms, large lounge adjoining to Kitchen/Meals area, two way bathroom, evaporative cooling, gas heating/wood heating, quality fixtures & fittings throughout, double carport/double garage with rear access to established gardens. Plus pergola area, all makes for a great buy.

Best Buy In Bacchus Marsh

Cute 2 bedroom golden oldie is in a great location in a quiet and leafy street in the middle of town. Walking distance to Main Street shops, and railway station. Comprises of a north facing light & bright lounge. BIRs to both bedrooms, new kitchen with quality appliances. Fully renovated bathroom/ laundry. Fabulous private paved courtyard.

Owners Said Sell

Rendered brick veneer home, packed with features. 3 Bedrooms with BIRs, polished timber floors, renovated bathroom, lounge, quality kitchen/family room area. Large block, veggie garden, chook sheds and double garage. Move in now.

Graham Street Location

One owner home of 3 large bedrooms, open plan kitchen, dining and lounge room. Offers excellent outlook to river reserve, low maintenance gardens, double brick garage plus workshop. Buy with confidence in this outstanding central location.

80 Holts Lane Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

3/20 Standfield Street Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

Inspect Saturday: 10:00-10:30am 38 Holts Lane Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

57 Graham Street Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

bacchus marshprice: $319,500


NEW LISTING

bacchus marshprice: $340,000


NEW LISTING

When Position and Potential Meet

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Solid Home with Super Entertaining Room!

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Within easy walking distance of the ever popular Bacchus Marsh Main Street shopping strip, this light filled weatherboard home offers a generous 17m frontage and 49m depth, offering scope to develop (STCA) or renovate. Features 3 bedrooms, 2 separate living areas, character style kitchen, neat and tidy bathroom and laundry, beautifully manicured gardens sitting opposite Masons Lane Sports Reserve, close to Primary Schools. Unbeatable value offered here.

As they say there is more than meets the eye here. In a top location with easy access to Schools, Main Street shops and public transport, this home prides itself on its features from open plan living areas, fantastic new kitchen with quality appliances, split system heating and cooling, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Outside the excitement continues with a huge paved entertainment area, 4 car carport, double garage plus a fully self-contained unit ideal for a man cave, studio or teenage retreat. Be quick to inspect!

65 Young Street

Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754 20 Connor Street

Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

bacchus marsh

$465,000

DARLEY$315,000

EACH

bacchus marsh

$369,000

maddingley$315,000

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From separate large living areas to 3 spacious bedrooms (WIRs & ensuite to master), Entertaining area with pergola and timber decking & double garage. Quality kitchen with stainless steel appliances, ducted heating system & evaporative cooling and much more. Truly offers a warm homely feeling with exciting space to entertain.

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Lifestyle and location

Stunning home comprises of 3 spacious bedrooms, WIRs and ensuite to master, study, formal lounge and superb chefs kitchen with quality stainless steel appliances, adjacent meals area, spacious family room, delightful outdoor area. Moments from Primary Schools and Main Street shops. Gas central heating and evaporative cooling. Two street frontage.

Brand Spanking New

With construction well underway on these two outstanding townhouses you can move in by midOctober. Quality features include; 3 bedrooms, split system heating/cooling, wall to wall carpets, 900stainless steel oven and hot plates, quality bathroom and laundry, internal access from garage. Quality built.

Endless Features, Quiet Position Sought after location

Ready to be refreshed for todays lifestyle, this home is set on a generous block (730sqm) is moments away from schools, railway station & Maddingley park. 3 good sized bedrooms, light filled kitchen, polished timber flooring, gas heating to lounge, renovated bathroom & rear sunroom. There is a great sized rear garden area with covered pergola.

Inspect Saturday: 11:45am-12:15pm 15 Hartley Court Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

Inspect Saturday: 11:00-11:30am 41a Raglan Street Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

12 Lone Pine Square Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

Inspect Saturday: 12:30-1:00pm 20 Franklin Street, Maddingley Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

bacchus marshprice: $378,000

darleyprice: $309,000

Pentland Park Location

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It all starts here

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Located only minutes to Main Street and Schools is this 4 Bedroom home complete with 2 generous living areas, WIRs and ensuite to master, large kitchen meals area with quality stainless steel appliances. Fabulous court location 750sqm block. Come inspect and seethe value thats offered here with this quality family home.

Set amongst established gardens on a easy care 725sqm lot. Ideal for the first home buyer or investor. Comprises of 3 great sized bedrooms, two spacious living areas, galley style kitchen, walk in pantry, gas heating & evaporative cooling plus energy saving solar roof panels. Large north facing BBQ pergola area, huge garage/workshop. Very liveable, long term potential to modernise. Handy to shops, schools and public transport. Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754

3 Jeffreys Court

Inspect Saturday: 10:30-11:00am Contact: Len Smith 0418 343 754 18 Nathan Drive

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5:30 Today *Live* [s] 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Movie: Razzle Dazzle (PG a.l) (07) Stars: Kerry Armstrong & Ben Miller 3:00 News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News 5:30 Hot Seat 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Big Brother (PG) Check out all the fun and action from the housemates in Big Brothers new Twisted House. 7:30 The Big Bang Theory: The Engagement Reaction (PG s) Toward finally tells his mother that hes marrying Bernadette, and the news puts her in the hospital. 8:00 The Big Bang Theory: The Roommate Transmorgrification (PG s) 8:30 Movie: Knight And Day (M v,l,d) When a small-town girl meets a mysterious stranger, she thinks shes found the man of her dreams. But she soon discovers hes a fugitive superspy, who thrusts her into a thrilling cat-andmouse chase that spans the globe. Stars: Tom Cruise & Cameron Diaz 10:50 Movie: Armored (M v,l) (09) A newbie guard for an armoured truck company is coerced by his veteran co-workers to steal a truck containing $42 million. But a hole in their foolproof plan divides the group, leading to a potentially deadly resolution. Stars: Matt Dillon & Laurence Fishburne 12:40 Late Movie: Dog Day Afternoon (M v,l) (75) Stars: Al Pacino & John Cazale 3:00 Extra 4:00 TV Shop 4:30 Good Morning America

6:00 Childrens Programs 7:00 Weekend Today - Saturday 10:00 Mornings - Saturday 12:00 The Middle: Twenty Years (PG) 12:30 New Adventures Of Old Christine (PG) 1:00 Sullivan & Son: Last, Best And Final (PG s) Steve Sullivan returns home to Pittsburgh to celebrate his father, Jack Sullivan's birthday. 1:30 Movie: Rio Bravo (PG) (59) Stars: John Wayne & Dean Martin 4:30 The Garden Gurus 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 The Garden Gurus 6:00 National News - Saturday [s] 6:30 Australias Funniest Home Videos 7:30 Australias Got Talent: The Finals (PG) Which of our 43 superstar Australias Got Talent semi-finalists will make the cut and go through from the semis to the finals? Who will be the viewers favourites and get voted in to perform once again? 9:15 Movie: The Losers (M v,l,s) (10) After being betrayed and left for dead, members of a CIA black ops team root out those who targeted them for assassination. Stars: Jeffrey Dean Morgan & Zoe Saldana 11:15 Movie: The Rookie (M v,l,s,d) (90) veteran cop Nick Pulovski is hell bent on finding his partners killer. Pulovski gets paired up with a rookie by-the-book cop to smash an auto-theft racket, but turns his attention to his partners killer instead. Stars: Clint Eastwood 1:35 Late Movie: The Man With Two Brains (M s) (83) Stars: Steve Martin 3:20 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 4:00 Danoz Direct 4:30 TV Shop 5:00 Religious Programs

6:00 Totally Wild [s] 7:00 Childrens Programs 8:30 Totally Wild [s] 9:00 Scope: Animal Tech [s] 9:30 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] 10:00 Koala Land [s] 11:00 The Doctors [s] 12:00 The Living Room Encore (PG) 1:00 Keeping Up With The Joneses (PG l) 1:30 Fishin Trip (PG) 2:00 ETs Fishing Classics 3:00 Seas Of Life [s] 4:00 Its A Lifetstyle TV [s] 4:30 A Taste Of Travel [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 The Simpsons (PG) 6:30 Penguins: Spy In The Huddle: Growing Up [s] Follow three very different, yet equally charismatic birds to show what its really like to be a penguin. 7:30 Bondi Vet (PG a) Dr Chris Brown heads to the northern jungles of Kenya to visit a brave Aussie zoo keeper fighting to save some of the worlds most endangered animals. 8:30 Saturday Movie: Die Hard 4.0 (M v) (07) John McClane delivers old-school justice to a new breed of terrorist, a band of computer hackers who threaten to shut down the entire country over the Independence Day weekend. Stars: Bruce Willis & Timothy Olyphant 11:10 Movie: Day Watch (MA15+v) (06) A man who serves in the war between the forces of Light and Dark comes into possession of a device that can restore life to Moscow. Stars: Konstantin Khabenskiy & Mariya Poroshina 2:00 2013 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix Qualifying From the Suzuka International Racing Course in Japan. 3:30 Home Shopping (PG) 4:30 Religious Program (PG)

5:00 Worldwatch Korean News 5:35 Japanese News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Worldwatch Continues 9:45 World Cup 2014 Qualifier: Argentina V Peru - Live 12:00 Arabic News 12:30 Turkish News 1:00 Verdi Requiem [s] 2:40 Le Rendez-Vous Roland Petits ballet is a study of tragic love and murder. 3:10 The Chopin Etudes 3:20 Art Of The Night 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Tour Of Beijing Daily Highlights 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Destination Flavour: Japan Bitesize 7:35 24/7 Wild [s] Witness the most charismatic animals on earth as they experience lifes ultimate challenges in the first few vulnerable weeks of life. This documentary captures the trials and tribulations of the infant animals first struggles in life over a full month. 8:35 First Crossings: Open Bay Islands (PG) [s] Two modern-day New Zealand adventurers attempt to recreate the journeys of New Zealands pioneer explorers. 9:30 Drama Movie: Margot At The Wedding (M l,s) (07) Margot and her son Claude decide to visit her sister Pauline after she announces that she is getting married to lessthan-impressive Malcolm. In short order, the storm the sisters create leaves behind a mess of trashed relationships and exposed family secrets. Stars: Nicole Kidman 11:15 Thriller Movie: Private Eye (MA15+ a,v) (09) A private investigator is assigned to tracking down the killer of a government ministers son. (In Danish) 1:15 Shameless (MA15+l,s,d) [s] 3:10 Weatherwatch Overnight

5:00 Worldwatch Korean News 5:35 Japanese News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Hindi News 7:25 Italian News 8:05 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 The Food Lovers Guide To Australia 1:30 Rex In Rome: The Almost Perfect Crime (PG) 2:30 Living Black Dalai Lama Special [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Living Goddess [s] 6:00 Tracks And Trails: The Burren [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Coast - Invaders Of The Isles (PG) [s] Back for an all-new season, Nick Crane explores how the remarkable history of Guernsey reveals both the risks and rewards of invasion. 8:35 Harlots, Housewives And Heroines: At Court (PG) [s] In this series historian and Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces Dr Lucy Worsley immerses herself in the world of Restoration England, exploring the captivating lives of the women of the period. 9:40 Dive WWII (PG) [s] A deep-water dive team search the seabed off the coast of Northern Ireland for the forgotten shipwrecks of WW2s Battle of the Atlantic. Jules Hudson helps identify the wrecks, and reveals how the city was critical to Allied victory. 10:40 World News Australia [s] 11:10 Drama Movie: Slovenian Girl (MA15+) (09) Alexandra escapes her small Slovenian town for a new start in the city. (In Slovene) 12:50 Drama Movie: Its Hard To Be Nice (M l,v,s) (07) (In Bosnian) 2:35 Weatherwatch Overnight

5:00 Worldwatch Korean News 5:35 Japanese News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Hindi News 7:25 Italian News 8:05 Filipino News 8:40 French News 9:30 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 Parent Rescue: Sweating it Out (PG) 1:30 Speed Of Life: Predators of the Southwest (PG) 2:30 Costas Garden Odyssey [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: Trackers of the Kalahari [s] 6:00 Tracks And Trails: Donegal [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Madhur Jaffreys Curry Nation: Punjabis Of Scotland [s] Madhur discovers haggis curry in Glasgow. 8:00 Destination Flavour: Japan [s] 8:30 Hestons Fantastical Food: Pub In A Pie [s] Culinary and scientific chef Heston puts the fun back into pub grub, building a giant, edible pie and turning it into a fully functioning public house. 9:30 Masters Of Sex: Race To Space (M n,v,s) On the heels of Masters proposal that they participate in the sexual response study, Johnson considers the best course of action to keep her job - only to find she no longer has one. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 UEFA Champions League Magazine 11:30 Its Not Just Football [s] 12:30 The Observer Effect (PG a) What are Australias mavericks, power-brokers and celebrities really like? 1:30 Mistresses (MA15+s,n,l) 3:00 Weatherwatch Overnight

5:00 Worldwatch Korean News 5:35 Japanese News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Hindi News 7:25 Italian News 8:05 Filipino News 8:40 French News 9:30 Greek News 10:30 German News 11:00 Spanish News 12:00 Arabic News 12:30 Turkish News 1:00 Insight [s] 2:00 Dateline [s] 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour [s] 5:30 Global Village: The Johads, A Desert Miracle [s] 6:00 Tracks And Trails: Fermanagh [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Queen Of Tigers (PG) Colin StaffordJohnson presents this special documentary about the worlds most famous tiger, Machli, who is the star of several films and the mother to a dynasty of great tigers. She currently lives and hunts in Rajasthan, India. 8:30 24 Hours In Emergency: Three Sisters (M a) [s] Step inside one of Britains busiest emergency departments as this series offers unprecedented access to one of Britains busiest emergency departments, at Kings College Hospital in London. 9:30 Prisoners Of War: Absent (M v,s) Talia has a break down while Nimrode is out partying. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:05 Movie: One For The Road (M s,a,l) (09) Herv is an alcoholic headed for self-destruction - his drinking is ruining his marriage, his family, and his journalistic career. (In French) 1:00 Comedy Movie: Crazy Stone (M l,v) (06) (From Hong Kong, In Mandarin) 2:55 Weatherwatch Overnight

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6:00 Childrens Programs 6:00 Religious Programs 7:00 Totally Wild [s] 8:00 7:00 V8 Supercars: Bathurst 1000 *Live* Social Climbing [s] 9:00 Good Chef Bad Chef [s] This mornings coverage includes V8 Supercars 10:00 The Bolt Report [s] Warm Up, the last on track session before 10:30 Meet The Press [s] todays 100km race. Also all the supports action 11:30 Everyday Gourmet With Justine from Carrera Cup and V8 Utes. Schofield [s] 10:30 V8 Supercars: Bathurst 1000 *Live* 12:00 Steve Irwins Wildlife Warriors (PG) Join Seven at one of the most iconic race tracks 1:00 Off The Menu [s] in the world for the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 2:00 Basketball: NBL Championship 2013/14: 1000. Who will be crowned the next Kings of the Round 1: Sydney Kings v Melbourne Tigers Mountain and hold up the Peter Brock Trophy? 4:00 The Bolt Report Encore [s] 5:30 V8 Supercars: Bathurst 1000 *Live* 4:30 Meet The Press: Afternoon Edition [s] Join the winners of our Great Race as they take 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] the top step of the podium at Bathurst. 6:00 The Simpsons: Love Is A Many-Splintered 6:00 Seven News [s] Thing (PG v,d) [s] Barts heart strings are 6:30 The X Factor (PG) [s] The X Factor Top 5 pulled once again when Mary Spuckler returns are back to perform for their lives in the next to Springfield. Live Show. Judges Dannii, Ronan, Natalie and 6:30 Polar Bear Family And Me (PG) [s] As Redfoo are putting the contestants through their summer hits in Svalbard, Gordon and the team paces to see who really has The X Factor. capture a polar bear mother and her cubs, as Hosted by Luke Jacobz. they try to gather food for the upcoming colder 7:30 Sunday Night [s] months. 8:30 Bones: The Cheat In The Retreat (M) 7:30 Modern Family (PG) [s] The Jeffersonian team investigates the murder 8:30 Elementary: We Are Everyone (M) [s] of Adam Pak, a management consultant whose When Holmes and Watson set out to track remains were found being eaten by bobcats. down a civil contractor who leaked classified 9:30 Castle: Dreamworld / The Suicide Squeeze information, their lives are endangered when (M) [s] Castle and Beckett cross paths with they are targeted by a group of cyber-activists the former Yankees skipper, Joe Torre while who are protecting him. investigating the murder of a baseball star 9:30 The Graham Norton Show (M s,l) found dead after a trip to Cuba. Then, Alexis Graham Norton showcases his wickedly cheeky has a genealogy project that makes Castle coninterview show. sider the identity of his father. 10:30 2013 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix 11:30 Family Tools (PG) 1:00 MotoGP 2013: Race 15 Malaysia from 12:00 Keeping up with the Kardashians (M) Malaysia. 1:00 Special: Classic Everest 2:00 MotoGP 2013: Race 15 Malaysia All the 2:00 Home Shopping results of the Moto2 and Moto3. 3:00 NBC Today [s] 4:30 Home Shopping. 4:00 NBC Meet The Press [s] 5:30 CBS - This Morning 6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 Totally Wild [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 omg! Insider [s] 9:00 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore 9:30 Hueys Kitchen [s] 10:00 Lorraine Pascale: Baking Made Easy 10:30 Places We Go (PG) [s] 11:00 Bondi Vet Encore (PG mp) 12:00 Dr Phil (PG) 1:00 The Doctors (M s) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Hueys Kitchen [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: Homerazzi [s] 6:30 The Project [s] 7:30 A League Of Their Own (PG) [s] Tommy Little and team captains Pat Cash & Eamon Sullivan are joined by Charlie Pickering, cricketer Brad Hogg and comedians Joel Creasey and Lehmo for another night of challenging stunts. 8:30 Homeland (M v) 9:30 Blue Bloods: Higher Education (M v,l) Danny arrives at a college campus to find a murdered student, who was thought to be dealing drugs. Meanwhile, Jamie has a life crisis when he reconnects with a former law school classmate and Erin must learn to give Nicky some freedom. 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] 12:00 The Late Show (PG) 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 5:30 CBS - This Morning

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6:00 ABC News Breakfast [s] 9:30 Business Today [s] 10:00 Behind The News [s] 10:30 My Place [s] 11:00 Big Ideas [s] 12:00 Midday Report [s] 12:30 Compass [s] 1:00 Q&A [s] 2:00 The History Of Safari With Richard E Grant (PG) [s] 3:00 Childrens Programs 5:00 Eggheads [s] 5:30 ABC News: Early Edition [s] 6:00 Country House Rescue: Cothay Manor, Somerset [s] 7:00 ABC News [s] 7:30 7.30 [s] 8:00 Foreign Correspondent [s] 8:30 David Attenboroughs First Life: Conquest [s] Sir David Attenborough follows the evolution of animals from the development of mouths, exoskeletons, multi-lensed eyes and the ability to breathe on land and in the oceans. 9:30 At The Movies (PG) [s] Margaret and David review the latest releases. 10:00 Artscape: Muriel Matters! [s] 10:30 Lateline [s] 11:05 The Business [s] 11:30 Four Corners [s] 12:20 Media Watch (PG) [s] 12:35 Outcasts (M l,v) Courageous new pioneers leave what they perceive as a doomed Earth and prepare for a new future on the distant planet of Carpathia, but loyalties and rifts surface. 1:35 Thorne: Scaredy Cat (M l,v) [s] 2:20 Baker Boys: Inside The Surge (M l,v) 3:30 Basketball: WNBL: Rnd 2: Logan v Melbourne

5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Movie: Mr. Woodcock (M s,l) (06) Selfhelp author John Farley returns home to find his mother has fallen for his sadistic high school gym teacher, Mr. Woodcock and applies his self-help techniques to his own life. Stars: Billy Bob Thornton, Susan Sarandon 3:00 News Now [s] Join News Now for the latest in news and events. 4:15 Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Big Brother (PG) Check out all the fun and action from the housemates this week in Big Brothers new Twisted House. 8:30 The Big Bang Theory: The Hofstadter Unsufficiency (PG) 9:00 The Big Bang Theory: The Deception Verification (PG) 9:30 2 Broke Girls (M s,d) 10:00 Two And A Half Men (PG) 10:30 Two And A Half Men: One Nut Johnson (M s) Alan helps Walden develop an alias to find a woman who doesnt just love him for his money. 11:00 Two And A Half Men: Give Santa A Tailhole (M s,d) 11:30 Two And A Half Men: Welcome To Alancrest (M s,d) 1:00 Extra [s] 1:30 Skippy The Bush Kangaroo 2:00 Guthy Renker Australia 2:30 TV Shop 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News 5:30 Today 9:00 Mornings (PG) 11:00 National Morning News [s] 12:00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show (PG) 1:00 Afternoon Movie: Just Cause (M v,l) (95) Stars: Sean Connery 3:00 News Now [s] 4:15 Afternoon News [s] 5:30 Hot Seat [s] 6:00 Nine News [s] 6:30 A Current Affair [s] 7:00 Big Brother (PG) 8:00 Super Fun Night: Anything For Love (PG) 8:30 Big School (PG s) Miss Postern warns the other teachers to be careful around troubled student Josh, whos mother has run off and divorced his father. Mr Church is fired from the job as theatre critic. 9:00 Come Fly With Me (PG l,s) There is a bumpy ride ahead for husband-and-wife pilot team Simon and Jackie when Simons onenight stand is rostered onto their flight to Barcelona. 9:30 Movie: Friends With Benefits (MA15+ s,l) (11) While trying to avoid the clichs of Hollywood romantic comedies, Dylan and Jamie soon discover however that adding the act of sex to their friendship does lead to complications. Stars: Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunas & Patricia Clarkson 11:45 Extra [s] 12:10 Nothing Trivial: Who Said A Happy Family Is But An Earlier Heaven? (M l,s) 1:10 Extra [s] 1:30 Danoz 2:00 Nopalea / TV Shop 3:00 Danoz 3:30 Good Morning America [s] 5:00 Early Morning News

6:00 Childrens Programs 7:00 Weekend Today 10:00 Financial Review Sunday *Live* 10:30 Wide World Of Sports *Live* 11:30 Australian Fishing Championships 12:00 Neighbours At War (PG) 12:30 The Middle: Life Skills (PG) 1:00 Afternoon Movie: Police Academy 3: Back In Training (PG l,v,s) (86) Stars: Jerry Paris 2:45 Australias Got Talent: The Finals (PG) 4:30 Deepwater (PG) Six of Australias top Ironmen meet in Western Australia for the start of a two week adventure that they know little about. 5:00 News: First At Five [s] 5:30 Postcards 6:00 National News Sunday [s] 6:30 Australias Got Talent: The Finals Which of our 43 superstar Australias Got Talent semi-finalists will make the cut? 8:15 60 Minutes 9:15 Movie: The Next Three Days (M v,l) (10) A married couples life is turned upside down when the wife is accused of a murder. After years of imprisonment, the strain of being separated from her family, especially her son, become too much and her husband decides to research a way to break her out. Stars: Russell Crowe & Elizabeth Banks 12:00 Southland: Heroes (M v) Newly assigned Timoney is bypassed on a case that should have been hers. 1:00 Financial Review Sunday 1:30 What Would You Do? (M) 2:30 Nopalea / TV Shop 3:30 Danoz 4:00 Good Morning Australia 5:00 Early Morning News

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5:30 Seven Early News 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 The Midday Movie: A Good Murder (M v,s,l) (06) [s] An illegal immigrant on the run from a Russian mafia boss falls for an artist. When he discovers her family home is worth millions, he hatches a plot to get hold of the deeds. Stars: Juliet Aubrey, Miroslav Simunek & Mem Ferda 2:00 The Daily Edition [s] 3:00 The Chase (PG) [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG) [s] 7:30 Dancing With The Stars (PG) In this sizzling new season there will be glitz, glamour and as always a touch of unpredictability as the exciting line-up of celebrity contestants heat up the dancefloor. Tonight, another couple will be eliminated from the competition. Who will be going home? 9:30 Program To Be Advised 11:45 Extra [s] 12:10 WIN News Hour Late Edition [s] 1:10 Nothing Trivial: Who Said A Happy Family Is But An Earlier Heaven? (M s,l) The team is in crisis as Brian is the root of all evil; Michelle and Emma are boycotting; and Mac and Catherine make big romantic discoveries 2:05 Seaway: The 34th Man (PG) 12:30 Harrys Practice [s] 1:00 Home Shopping 4:00 NBC Today [s]

5:30 Seven Early News [s] 6:00 Sunrise [s] 9:00 The Morning Show (PG) [s] 11:30 Seven Morning News [s] 12:00 Program To Be Advised 2:00 The Daily Edition [s 3:00 The Chase (PG) [s] 4:00 Seven News At 4.30 [s] 5:00 Deal Or No Deal [s] 5:30 Million Dollar Minute [s] 6:00 Seven News [s] 6:30 Today Tonight [s] 7:00 Home & Away (PG) 7:30 The X Factor (PG) Last night saw our Top 5 contestants perform to see who will make it through the next round of the competition. 8:40 The Blacklist: No. 84: Wujng (M) The worlds most wanted criminal mysteriously turns himself in and offers to help them hunt down the very men hes spent his entire life protecting. 9:40 Scandal: Hunting Season (M) A paranoid government official drops a bombshell on Pope & Associates and even Olivia is caught offguard with how high up this Scandal goes. Back at the office, unresolved questions about Quinns background create tension amongst the associates. 10:40 Mistresses: Breaking & Entering (M) Tensions escalate at work between Savi and Dom; Josss new boss, Olivier - very French and very unimpressed with her - gives her an impossible assignment. 11:35 30 Rock: My Whole Life Is Thunder (M) Jenna is furious at Liz for stealing her wedding thunder. 12:00 Keeping up with the Kardashians (M) 1:00 Home Shopping 3:30 Sons And Daughters [s] 4:00 NBC Today [s]

6:00 CBS - This Morning 7:00 Wurrawhy [s] 7:30 Totally Wild [s] 8:00 Entertainment Tonight [s] 8:30 omg! Insider [s] 9:00 The Bold & The Beautiful Encore 9:30 Hueys Kitchen [s] 10:00 Lorraine Pascale: Baking Made Easy 10:30 Places We Go [s] 11:00 A League Of Their Own Encore 12:00 Dr Phil (M d) [s] 1:00 The Doctors (PG a) 2:00 Ready Steady Cook (PG) 3:00 Judge Judy (PG) 3:30 Hueys Kitchen [s] 4:00 Totally Wild [s] 4:30 The Bold & The Beautiful [s] 5:00 TEN Eyewitness News [s] 6:00 The Simpsons: The Boys Of Bummer [s] 6:30 The Project [s] Join Charlie Pickering, Carrie Bickmore & Dave Hughes as they dissect, digest and re-constitute the daily news. 7:30 Recipe To Riches: Food For Thought [s] Elizabeth Proctors delicious sugar-free cakes, biscuits & sugar-free ice cream are a hit with her kids; Rebecca Hemelaar devised a healthy recipe with chicken, vegetables & quinoa. 8:30 Sleepy Hollow (M) 9:30 NCIS: Los Angeles: Impact (M) [s] Hetty calls upon Operational Psychologist to help Sam and Deaks cope with their traumatic experience. Meanwhile, the rest of the team investigate the murder of a former Navy Admiral. 10:30 TEN Eyewitness News Late [s] 11:15 The Project Encore [s] 12:00 The Late Show (PG) 1:00 Infomercials (PG) 5:00 Religious Program (PG) 5:30 CBS - This Morning

5:00 Worldwatch Korean News 5:35 Japanese News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 God In America: Soul of a Nation (PG) [s] A look inside the tumultuous 400-year history of the intersection of religion and public life in America. 2:05 Inside Natures Giants: Sharks (M a,l) 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 FIFA Futbol Mundial [s] 5:00 National Road Series 2013 [s] 5:30 Tour Of Beijing Daily Highlights [s] 6:00 Tracks and Trails: Howth [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Destination Flavour: Japan Bitesize 7:35 Storm City: Wind [s] Tornadoes and hurricanes may hit closer to home as opposed to other natural disasters in recent years, as the US Midwest has been ravaged by twisters while the Gulf Coast has experienced the most destructive and costly hurricanes in US history. 8:30 What Makes Us Human? [s] Professor Alice Roberts is making a new human being as shes five months pregnant. 9:30 Legally Brown (M a) The Prince of Mumbai has become a restaurateur and offers an indecent proposal to unsuspecting couples on dinner dates. 10:00 The Jeselnik Offensive [s] 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 The World Game 11:30 Community: Environmental Science 11:55 Shorts on Screen (MA15+s,l) 12:30 Kill Arman: Malaysia: Pentjak Silat/ South Korea: Taekwondo (PG)/ England: Boxing (M a,l) / Finland: Jujutsu (PG) 2:30 Weatherwatch Overnight

5:00 Worldwatch Korean News 5:35 Japanese News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 Al Jazeera News [s] 1:30 ADbc [s] 2:00 Netball Test Match: Australia v New Zealand [s] 4:00 National Road Series 2013 4:30 UEFA Champions League Magazine 5:00 Living Black Hosted by Karla Grant. 5:30 Tour Of Beijing Daily Highlights Day 2 Highlights. 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Lost Worlds: Lost Kingdoms Of South America: Lands Of Gold (PG) [s] Through the mountains and jungles of Colombia, archaeologist Dr Jago Cooper goes in search of the truth behind one of the greatest stories ever told: the legend of El Dorado. 8:30 The Observer Effect: Dan Aykroyd Special (PG a) [s] From his days in the original cast of Saturday Night Live, to writing and starring in some of the most iconic films of all time including Ghostbusters and The Blues Brothers, Oscar nominated actor Dan Aykroyd speaks candidly to host Ellen Fanning on the season finale of The Observer Effect. 9:30 Life In A Day [s] This documentary shot by filmmakers all over the world serves as a time capsule to show future generations what it was like to be alive on the 24th of July, 2010. 11:15 Monster Moves: Tall towers (PG) A team of building movers brave thunder and lightning at Heathrow Airport to transport a gigantic glass and steel air traffic control tower across one of the worlds busiest runways. 12:15 Drama Movie: Vitus (PG) (06) (In Swiss German & German) 2:25 Weatherwatch Overnight

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MONDAY OCTOBER 14

SUNDAY OCTOBER 13

5:00 Worldwatch Korean News 5:35 Japanese News 6:10 Hong Kong News 6:30 Chinese News 7:00 Worldwatch Continues 1:00 Celtic Woman: Believe [s] A beautiful live concert collection of classic Irish songs timeless pop anthems and inspirational songs with a Celtic Woman twist. 2:45 Aashpordha (Audacity) (PG) 3:00 France 24 International News [s] 3:30 Al Jazeera News [s] 4:00 The Journal [s] 4:30 PBS Newshour 5:30 Tour Of Beijing Daily Highlights 6:00 Pagans And Pilgrim: Ruins [s] 6:30 World News Australia [s] 7:30 Who Do You Think You Are: Celia Imrie (PG) [s] Actress Celia Imrie knows that she comes from a long line of aristocrats on her mothers side, but has always resisted finding out any more. 8:30 Insight [s] Australian current affairs forum, hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie. 9:30 Dateline [s] Datelines team of video journalists travel the globe to provide an intimate view of the worlds most important stories. 10:30 World News Australia [s] 11:00 Masters Of Sex: Race To Space (MA15+s) On the heels of Masters proposal that they participate in the sexual response study, Johnson considers the best course of action to keep her job.sters thinks its Johnsons fault. 12:00 Prisoners Of War: Happy Birthday (M v,s) Talia has a break down while Nimrode is out partying. Uri and Nurit try to bridge the gap formed by the past 17 years. 1:00 Love Etc (M l) [s] 2:45 Weatherwatch Overnight

TUESDAY OCTOBER 15

The Moorabool News


Office 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342 Editor Published by Printed by Helen Tatchell Office Hours Tuesday to Friday, 9am 5pm (Mondays by appointment) Phone Fax (03) 5368 1966 (03) 5368 2764 Graphic Design Glen Martin The Ballan News Pty Ltd Rural Press, Ballarat

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Email  Editorial news@themooraboolnews.com.au Advertising sales@themooraboolnews.com.au Ad copy graphics@themooraboolnews.com.au Deadlines  Early General News - 5pm Friday Sport - 9am Monday Display Advertising - Noon Thursday Classifieds - Noon Friday

Published by Helen Tatchell, of 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342 for The Ballan News Pty Ltd, 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan, 3342. Printed by Rural Press Ltd of 30-32 Grandlee Drive, South Wendouree, 3355. Responsibility for electoral material is accepted by the editor, Helen Tatchell, of 58A Steiglitz Street, Ballan 3342. ABN 84 115 355 461.

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LOCAL TRADE & BUSINESS DIRECTORY 5368 1966


ANTENNAS
Heavy Duty VHF - FM - AM Antennas Digital Ready Antennas Digital Set Top Boxes Amplifiers TV & VCR Tuning Extra Points All Work Guaranteed Pensioner Discount Mob: 0417

ANTENNAS

AUTOMOTIVE

EXPRESS ANTENNAS

7 Days 711 712 Ph: 5367 5857

ANTENNAS
50% OFF

ANTENNAS

AUTOMOTIVE
For all your mechanical repairs & servicing.
All makes & models including light commercial vehicles and trucks.
(Including 100 Point Safety Check) Log Book Servicing Free Courtesy Car* All Work Guaranteed Pickup and Delivery

AUTOMOTIVE

INSTALLED TODAY

DIGITAL ANTENNAS, TV POINTS & BOOSTERS NO FRANCHISE FEES 10 YEAR WARRANTY UP TO FREE QUOTES NO CALL OUT FEE
AFTER HOURS SERVICE AVAILABLE

$110

Full Service*

CAR RV TRUCK TYRES SPECIALIST BALANCING BATTERIES & ALIGNMENT

Regional Tyre service


* conditions apply

0402 145 574

Phone: (03) 5368 2752

19 Smallmans Road, Ballan

Email jandaservicing@hotmail.com

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING

CARPENTRY
PINE EZY WORKS
PTY LTD

CARPET CLEANING
Steam Cleaning Dry Cleaning Lounge Suites Spot Dyeing Stain Protection Car Interiors Tile & Grout Cleaning Stubborn Stains Removal Repairs & Restretching 24 Hour EmErGEnCY FLooD DAmAGE Local 5368 7513 mobile 0414 567 114

E-SERVICES
Ballan & District Community House provide:
Internet Caf No charge to community groups for loan of laptops Computer Skills Courses Leisure Activities Mon to Thurs 93; Fri 9noon 76 Steiglitz St, Ballan

GREENDALE CLEANING SERVICES


Carpet Cleaning, Upholstery, Tile, Grout, Windows, Concrete, Auto & Marine Upholstery, Vinyl Stripping & Sealing

HOME IMPROVEMENT

r.t.C. Perfection Carpet Services

QUALIFIED
TECHNI

ET CARP CIAN

Senior discou nt

Carpentry Tiling Plastering Painting Pergolas Decking Also general repairs 39 Haddon Drive, Ballan

All areas
Steve 0407 847 781

www.greendalecleaning.com.au

Ph: 0458 682 195

5368 1934
www.ballancommunityhouse.com.au

Phone

ELECTRICIAN

ELECTRICIAN

EXCAVATION

Industrial/Automation Call for a quote! Commercial Ph: 5368 2001 Residential Fax: 5367 0776

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR


(incl cleaning & & maintenance maintenance of panels) (incl cleaning ofsolar solar panels)

UCK LITTLE TRUC R T G K BI


0417 546 971  0417 146 695

KEEMIN ELECTRICAL
EXCAVATION

COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL SOLAR ACCREDITED

2 Osborne street, bacchus Marsh 119 inglis street, ballan Rec 5096

0419 397 393 or 03 5368 2846


or

CALL CHRIS TABB CALL CHRIS TABB

EXCAVATIONS & CONSTRUCTIONS


BOBCAT EXCAVATOR CARTAGE CARPENTRY RENOVATIONS HANDY-MAN

EXCAVATION
MN212G4

0417 546 971


1300PHOTOSIGNS.com.au

All types of fencing Retaining walls Driveways Tree/Waste Removal Post holes & footings Horse Arenas Rock Walls Trenching Dams Redgum Firewood No job too small. Reliable service and competitive rates.

Site Cuts Driveways Drains Trenching Concreting Post holes General Excavation Horse Arenas Landscaping FootingsDams and Rock Beaching Dam repairs and cleanouts Hard Rubbish & Fire Prevention Clean Up

EXCAVATIONS

SHORCANE CONSTRUCTIONS
shorcane@activ8.net.au

Phone Andrew 0439 681 120

0431 094 564

Shane Lindsay

Ray Guthridge 0419 544 332

MN10071G

A 2B Excavator, EARTHWORKS Bobcat & Tipper

EXCAVATION

0417 146 695

SLE

Bobcat Hire - Excavations - Driveways - General Holes Bored - Hourly, Weekly Quotes 6 ton tipper or 20 ton truck & dog

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au 

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LOCAL TRADE & BUSINESS DIRECTORY 5368 1966


FENCING FENCING
gardening

FENCING

HIRE
Equipment Hire: Tradespeople Gardeners DIY Renovations

PREMIER FENCING
Specialists in Farm Security Household Guardrail Post Holes Dug

ALL TYPES

Phone Mick 0429 681 139


LANDSCAPING

182 Gisborne Rd, Bacchus Marsh Ph/Fax: (03) 5367 6075 email: stracey@bigpond.net.au

Trailer and horse floats Mini loader Post hole diggers A  lso agent for Avis vehicle rental

MOTOR WRECKERS

PAINTING

PLASTERER

QUALIFIED GARDENER
Qualied Landscape Gardener/Horticulturist

Nils Thiele-Wittig

MN20120306NTW

Paving Retaining walls Lawn care Maintenance

Planting Rock work Instant turf

New and used parts for most makes and models, Vehicles wanted - Free pickup.
RELOCATED TO: 26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

BALLAN MOTOR WRECKERS

www.nilslandscaping.com.au
PAINTING

Mobile: 0405 414 354 or (03) 5368 6658

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

Experienced reliable tradesman New homes Extensions / Renovations / Repairs No job too small

0402 257 427

PLUMBING

PLUMBING
Gary A Howe Plumbing
Licensed 27888 All general plumbing Gasfitting New homes and alterations Maintenance Solar Hot Water Services
Email: garyahoweplumbing@gmail.com

TOPLINE COATINGS

BALLAN PLUMBING PTY LTD


Specialising in Waste Water Treatment Systems
Krystel Kleer ADV 5000 treatment plant Septic tanks installation and problem solving General Plumbing Pump sales and service Hot water sales and installation

Master Painter & Decorator


BCD40106 General Domestic & Commercial Painting MBA126237 Wallpapering, Faux & Specialised finishes Complete Handyman & property maintenance service Plastering & General building repairs Free Quotes

155 Inglis Street BALLAN


Email: ballan.plumbing@netconnect.com.au

Come visit us at our retail shop

Contact Neil Harty Ph: 5367 1776 Mob: 0418 312 288

Phone: 03 5368 1036

0418 339 496

Gary Howe

PLUMBING
Ballan and District Plumbing
Mark Reddish

REMOVALS

SEPTIC CLEANING
Burglar Liquid Waste

SEPTIC CLEANING
septic tank Cleaning Ivers service Liquid Grease Traps Waste Septic Tanks Triple Interceptors Industrial Waste
Hayden Ivers Mob: 0419 400 025 Ph: (03) 5367 3016

SMASH REPAIRS

0418 343 547


MIN EXCAV I A 1.8 TO TOR NNE

General Plumbing Gas Fitting Septics and Drainage

New Homes & Alterations


12313

Dishwasher Installations Maintenance


REG 24148

Prompt & Efficient 7 Day Service Competent Trained Operators Stringent Hygiene Standards

-VACC Accredited -All work guaranteed -Courtesy Car available by appointment - Repairer for all insurance companies - Low Bake Oven for Factory Finish - Car-o-liner chassis straightener - Dustless sanding - Spot welder - 24hr secured, monitored premises RELOCATED TO: 26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

Darryl: 0418 363 030 or: 0400 135 593

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

TOWN PLANNERS

TOWING

TOWING

TRANSPORT

WASTEWATER
ALL BRANDS SERVICING

MaDDinGley TowinG
Servicing Bacchus Marsh and Surrounding Areas

BALLAN AND DISTRICT TOWING Including accident towing


24 Hour Accident/Breakdown Service Free car body removal Farm clean ups PROMPT AND RELIABLE SERVICE Tilt tray service Call Steve on 0412 300 492

Wastewater Treatment Plant Specialists


sales & servicing Maintenance & Repairs supply and installation Submersible pumps Air blowers Drip system

RELOCATED TO: 26 HADDON DRIVE BALLAN 3342

Ph: (03) 5368 2888

5367 7646 OR 0429 141 151


service@allbrandsservicing.com.au

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LOCAL CLASSIFIEDS
BUILDING BUSINESS GARAGE SALE Moving House GARAGE SALE

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Classified ad bookings close 12PM Friday. Bookings on (03) 5368 1966 or by email news@themooraboolnews.com.au Email must include full contact details or advertisement cannot be placed.
CLAIRVOYANT

FIREWOOD firewood

CHRISTABELLES
Jewellery, Homewares, Handbags, Lamps, Candles supporting people with disabilities in the community Monday to Thursday 9.00am to 4.00pm Friday 9.00am to 1.00pm Shop 2/2 Graham Street Bacchus Marsh

5366 3020

Sat 12th & Sun 13th October 8.30AM 4PM Antiques - Crockery Toys - Tools Furniture - Pot Plants and Clothing 25 Bank Street Ballan

Moving Interstate Sale


Saturday 12th October 11am 4pm 50 Tilley Drive, Maddingley Household items, DVDs, Clothes, furniture and much more.

CLAIRVOYANT
TAROT READINGS

100% ACCURATE
Phone Marlene

FIREWOOD
Delivered
Phone Adam 0407 689 711

REDGUM

0409 445 287


PIANO

FARMING FERTILISER SPREADING


Spreading all types: Lime, gypsum, natural mineral fertilisers. Prompt reliable service. 4WD, GPS equip. machines. We can also deliver. Call Munash Natural Fertilisers 5334 5386

livestock SUFFOLK SHEEP Black faced. Stud stock Ram + 6 ewes with 5 lambs at foot $1000 lot 0400 120 802 stonemason

WANTED TO BUY Turn your scrap into cash


Trucks, farm machinery, batteries, copper. Anything metal and farm clean ups. BEST PRICES PAID PICK UP AVAILABLE PhOne sTegley 5348 1131 or 0418 481 137

WANTED TO BUY

for lease
SHED for lease In Ballan industrial Estate Has mechanics pit, office etc 3 phase power Contact 0428 332 108

CASH FOR SCRAP


Cars, Batteries, Copper, Brass, Aluminium, Scrap Metal Farm Clean-ups
FREE PICK-UP SURROUNDING AREAS

Piano Lessons
piano & keyboard beginner guitar double bass
(Gordon)

Phone chris 0405 331 468

Tim Nelson 0450 904 464

stonemason
STONEMASONS BALLARAT & All District Cemeteries Your Personal Designs Headstones & Monuments All Memorial Works Ph 5335 8074 Fax 5336 2669 814 Latrobe St Ballarat, 3350 Also Stone Benchtops

BUSINESS

PUBLIC NOTICE
BALLAN CALEDONIAN CARAVAN PARK Notice is given of a PUBLIC MEETING To be held at the Ballan Mechanics Hall on Monday 14 October, commencing at 6.00pm. The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less than three (3) or more than nine (9) persons as the Committee of Management for the Ballan Caledonian Caravan Park Committee for a term of three (3) years. The current committees term will expire on 14 October 2013. All positions will be declared open and nominations will be accepted prior to or on the night. Nominations from women are encouraged. Further information, nomination forms and nominee declaration forms may be obtained by contacting your local Dept of Sustainability and Environment office or at the meeting. For further enquires please contact Katy Talty 5366 7999.

WILSON MEMORIALS

Quality Monuments Since 1935 Headstones Monuments Inscriptions Renovations All Cemeteries All sections All Styles When Quality Matters Most ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1/128 Elsworth St East, Ballarat ballaratmemorials.com.au

Ph: 5331 2957

POSITION VACANT

POSITION VACANT

FUNERALS

Casual Kitchen Attendant


Located at CFA Training College Fiskville Casual vacancy available for up to 6 months

Casual Guest Service Attendant


Located at CFA Training College Fiskville Casual vacancy available for up to 6 months $16.84 per hour
The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the worlds largest, and most highly regarded, community based emergency service organisations. With a key focus on providing a diverse range of risk reduction and fire suppression services to minimise the impact of fire and other emergencies on the community, its success is largely attributed to a vast, dedicated network of over 59,000 volunteers and approximately 1,100 career personnel. About the role: This position is required to clean and maintain accommodation, training rooms and administration buildings within safety standards of OH&S regulations. Cleaning and appropriate storing of cleaning equipment is essential, including early identification of equipment faults. Other activities as directed by Management will be required. About You: To be successful in this role you will have previous experience working within a domestic cleaning environment. Your excellent customer service and ability to work within a team will keep you in good stead, and you will also possess initiative to work independently. Further information: For further information, please contact Martyn Bona, Facilities Manager on (03) 5366 7239. For a copy of the Position Description, please visit www.cfa.vic.gov.au and select Volunteer & Career followed by Positions vacant. How to Apply: Applicants are required to address the Key Selection Criteria, as outlined in the Position Description. Please quote Job Reference Number 290385 in your application. Please forward your Cover Letter, Resume and document addressing the Key Selection Criteria by email (preferred option) to recruitment@cfa.vic.gov.au or by mail to: HR Consultant, PO Box 701, Mt Waverley, 3149 by 9am Monday 21 October 2013. CFA values workforce diversity and is an Equal Employment Opportunity organisation. ZO351025

0431020873

BacchusMarsh

53484878

Daylesford

$17.49 per hour


The Country Fire Authority (CFA) is one of the worlds largest, and most highly regarded, community based emergency service organisations. With a key focus on providing a diverse range of risk reduction and fire suppression services to minimise the impact of fire and other emergencies on the community, its success is largely attributed to a vast, dedicated network of over 59,000 volunteers and approximately 1,100 career personnel. About the role: This position is required to assist the cooks of Fiskville Training College in the efficient preparation and serving of meals to a high quality standard, while adhering to safe hygienic and OH&S regulations. Cleaning of kitchen and associated meal areas is required, as well as pantry stocktakes and other activities as directed by Management. About You: To be successful in this role you will have previous experience in food preparation and serving. Your excellent customer service and presentation skills along with the ability to work independently, as well as within a team will keep you in good stead. The incumbent will need to maintain hygienic standards in food storage and preparation. Further information: For further information, please contact Martyn Bona, Facilities Manager on (03) 5366 7239. For a copy of the Position Description, please visit www.cfa.vic.gov.au and select Volunteer & Career followed by Positions vacant. How to Apply: Applicants are required to address the Key Selection Criteria, as outlined in the Position Description. Please quote Job Reference Number 290395 in your application. Please forward your Cover Letter, Resume and document addressing the Key Selection Criteria by email (preferred option) to recruitment@cfa.vic.gov.au or by mail to: HR Consultant, PO Box 701, Mt Waverley, 3149 by 9am Monday 21 October 2013. CFA values workforce diversity and is an Equal Employment Opportunity organisation. ZO351024

Style~Care~Warmth
FUNERALS

PAT CASHIN

FUNERALS
1114 Doveton St. Nth, Ballarat

Ph: 5333 3911

e c i v r e s l l u F ate cost at moder

All Hours

Email - news@themooraboolnews.com.au  SITUATIONS VACANT

Classifieds
public notice
Expressions of Interest are also being taken for the following Ballan Football Netball Club ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Tuesday 8th October, 2013 Commencing 7:30pm at clubrooms Ballan Recreation Reserve, Cowie Street Ballan All current and future players, members, parents and supporters are invited and encouraged to attend this important meeting

The Moorabool News 8 October, 2013 Page 27

Ballan Golf Club


Results - Week ending Sat 5 October Wednesday Stableford Winner Allan Sanders 34 points from Bob Arklay 33 points. NTP - 15th Bob Arklay, Magpie - 14th Ian Godkin. Saturday Stroke Monthly Medal A Grade and winner on the day Rod Caithness (10) 62, R/ up Travis Toohey (13) 63. B Grade - Jimmy Walsh (21) 66, R/up Frank White (20) 66. NTPs - 2nd Travis Toohey, 12th Kev Lockman, 13th Anthony Moore. Magpies - 4th Shane Harrison, 18th Danny Briody.

Practice Administration Coordinator


Senior Administration role (30 to 38 hours/wk) Coordination of admin staff Provide support to GPs, practice nurses and allied health staff  Fast paced, dynamic environment delivering over 25+ community health services Career Development Opportunity Ballan District Health and Care (BDH&C) currently have a vacancy for a senior administration coordinator to lead, encourage and develop a small team (5) of administration staff and provide support to a large team of GPs, practice nurses and allied health staff delivering over 1000+ patient episodes of care per week, all located within the state of art, recently built (and still expanding) Ballan Centre for Community Health. To access more information and a position description in relation to this exciting opportunity please visit our Careers page on our website www.ballanhealth.com.au or contact Mr. Jamie Brennan on 03 5366 7984 for a confidential discussion. A cover letter and resume outlining your experience and suitability for this role can be sent to jamieb@bdhc.com.au Applications close 9am Monday 14th October 2013.

Season 2014 JUNIOR FOOTBALL COACHING positions; Under 17.5 Under 14.5 Under 12 Auskick Coordinator
Expressions of interest can be made via email to: ballanfnc@gmail.com

public notice
Gordon Football & Netball Club Inc. Annual General Meeting (AGM) Sunday 20 October, 2pm At Gordon Recreation Reserve All members past and present welcome

Ballan Pool District Association


Results Round 12 - 2/10/13 Border Inn 1 def Q Lounge - 8 / 1. Macs def Border Inn 2 - 6 / 3. Golf Club 1 def Golf Club 2 - 5 / 4. Best Players - 10 Wins. Tony Lewis. Geoff Ball. Points 40 36 36 20 12 0 Wins 66 71 66 57 43 17

Teams Golf Club 1 Golf Club 2 Macs Border Inn 1 Border Inn 2 Q Lounge

Losses 42 37 42 51 65 82

Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au
ANTIQUES mop buckets (3) $60 lot 0421 446 773 ARMCHAIR Antique. Teak, upholstered, cushions, on wheels GC $70 5368 1211 BAR STOOLS (2) varnished wood, vinyl seat, as new $60 lot 5367 2198 BASIN, old world chipped porcelain, solid brass H&C taps $25 lot 0438118813 BASIN, new, very modern, hands free plug, suit small bathroom $25 0438 118 813 BASIN, new, very large, suit modern or busy bathroom $45 0438 118 813 BASKET CANE 52cm x 78cm x 20 $40 0409 822 040 BBQ 1.5m on wheels with sliding grills EC $80 - 0424 930 653 BED QS, timber slats with head & foot panels. EC $80 5368 2544 Bed QS Timber with slats Perfect Cond $100 5310 6346 BEDS Portable Fold-up (2), Mattress & Spring Base, hardly used $20 ea 0427 677 664 BIKE 27 Apollo Racer As new $50 0466 989 010 BIKE ladies Brand new $90 0419979153 BIKE carrier x 3 $20 - 5367 7776 BIRD CAGEs wire Suitable for small bird breeding $5 each - 5368 2459 BLOCH DANCE 0409822040 BAG $10 -

SELL YOUR ITEMS $100 & under FOR FREE


Phone: 5368 1966
FIRE SCREEN Fleckhammer brand $20 0408 714 468 FREEZER Chest GEC GC $80 53694339 FRIDGE, 170ltr Kelvinator GC $70 5369 4339 FRIDGE large Kelvinator $100 0408058986 Galvanised nails 2.5 kilo box $30 - 5367 8933 GAME Atari flash back game console with games built in. EC $30 - 0421271282 Garden roller water filled $30 0409 524 091 Gate steel frame with mesh insert 6.8 ft x 3ft wide with hinges $40 5367 5251 GOLF CLUBS full set RH with bag & buggy $100 - 0407 539 056 GYM WEIGHTS 1kg 8kg $50 53676096 HELLO KITTY purses (2) pink, brand new $8ea - 0412 092 374 HELLO KITTY pair socks, green, brand new $3 - 0412 092 374 Hedger Bocsh electric As new with 25m h/duty ext cord $90 0409524091 HEWLETT PACKARD photosmart 145 prints postcard size photos $10 53673250 HIGH CHAIR Tripp Trapp, blue $60 042 777 3695 JACKET Ladies Whitish/grey fake fur lined. 95cm bust. EC $30 0412869304 LAMP Table lamp decorative leaded $45 - 5367 8933 LAWN BOWLS trolley bag $40 53672198 MAXI RIDER child restraint EC $100 - 0407 538 966 MIRROR Antique wall mirror curved, etched $100 - 5310 6306 MOWER self propelled, needs new cord, GC $100 - 0421 446 773

FREE ADVERTISING

(Phone ads between 9.30am-12pm Tues to Thurs ONLY)


MULCHER, Garden ALKO 1600 Electric $40 - 0413 587 904 MULCHER Garden ALKO Electric $40 0413 587 904 1600 SHOWER SCREEN white, sliding doors $100 - 0421 446 773 SNOOPY socks (2 pair) brand new, $3ea - 0412 092 374 STOVE LPG Westinghouse Upright. (VGC) Clean $90 - (03) 5424 1655 SURROUND SOUND system with DVD & set top box $100 - 5367 6096 SWING SET with slide (Hills) GC $100ono - 0403 148 556 TABLE side table , Ikea white with drawer $50 - 0409 822 040 TABLE massage/waxing table $75 5367 7776 TEA CHESTS (5) $50 5368 1211 TERMITE Barrier fabric, 20m & 30m rolls, $10 per roll 0438 118 813 TUPPERWARE Kids Toy Shape-O VGC $10 0412 869 304 VANITY white 3 drawers, 2 cupboards $100 0421 446 773 WALL UNIT Dark Timber with Top Glass Display $20 - 0427 677 664 WALKER, blue with basket $30 0428 293 029 WARDROBE hanging 2 drawers 4 shelves EC $80 - 5368 1211 WELDER electric welder, brand new $60 - 5367 7776 WHEELCHAIR large wheels GC $90 0428 293 029 WHIPPER SNIPPER, electric, little use $40 - 5367 7776 Whipper Snipper Petrol Talon $20 - 0413 587 904 WINE BARREL planter, new $20 53673250 WINE RACK, Monterey holds 21 bottles $30 - 0408 714 468 BOOTS Motorbike Fox youth size 5 $60 - 0401 887 573 WATER TANK Metal 1000 litres. Rectangular on stand GC $100 53681373

CARAVAN cover, fits 18 ft van, as new $55 - 5367 7776 CARAVAN touring stabilizer $20 5367 7776 CAR RAMPS (2) $20 - 0424 930 653 CHAIR Office high back, Black $30 0419 979 153 CHAIRS Directors Solid Timber Frames (2) $10ea - 0427 677 664 CHAIRS Antique Chairs (6) Wheel back $100 - 9746 7758 CHAIRS (6) dining $60 - 5367 6096 CHANDELIER, very modern art deco, embossed crystal glass $95 0438 118 813 COFFEE / Cappuccino MAKER Sunbeam GC $50 5369 4339 COFFEE Grinder Sunbeam GC hardly used $15 - 5369 4339 COMPOST BIN, Aero Bin 400 Large $60 - 0413 587 904 COMPOST BIN Aero Bin 400 Large $60 - 0413 587 904 COOKTOP Simpson 4 burner gas cooktop, 600cm x 600cm. GC $90 0425 772 435 Cot new cond with mattress & mosquito net $100 - 0458 474 596 DESK computer 0403148556 GC $25 -

Netball ring on stand FREE 0414484894

OVEN conventional portable $15 0466 989 010 OVEN Simpson electric oven, standard size, GC $90 - 0425 772 435 OVEN Lumina convection oven model LCO12 (portable) as new $15 - 53 672219 PAINT Auto paint 4 ltrs, Thinner 4 ltrs, Acrylic lacquer 6 ltrs $60 lot 0424930653 PAINT 60 litres, low sheen vinyl, medium colour $50 - 5367 7776 PHONE Cordless phone Uniden works $5 0408 714 468 Pipe Galvanised 60mm x 3mts $20 5367 8933 POND (2) Poly used 880L & 40L $100 both - 0431 752 302 POTTY - Porta Potty $50 - 5368 2392 PRAM Mountain Buggy Terrain EC $100 - 042 777 3695 PUNCH BOWL SET glass 26 piece $20 - 5367 2198 RANGEHOOD Viali 60cm slideout. Brand new, still in box. $100 0425772435 RECORDS LPs Assorted $80 the lot - 0466 989 010 Sawset tool $40 - 5367 8933 Smoke alarm $7 New 5367 8933 Sprinklers (2) pop up Adjustable $10 each - 5367 8933 SCREEN security/privacy screen for Commodore sports station wagon $100 - 0407 091 799 SCHOOL UNIFORMS Darley PS windcheaters. All navy (6) XXS, (1) XS $8ea or $50 lot - 0421 697 657 SEWING CABINET, white, lifting platform, side table for overlocker, storage shelves etc. EC $50 53682544

DESK Student GC $25 - 0403 148 556 Dining Table, 6 chairs, Pine with cushions, (VGC) $100 - 0411692234 Door frame steel 820x2.4 $60 0424930653 DORA single bed canopy $30 0413502226 DRESS formal Size 8 never worn $40 - 0406 025 230 DROP SAW Makita Model 2400B 255mm working order $90 53485539 DRUM 44 gal galvanised drum with lid (clean) $45 - 5367 8933 EXERCISE rower $40 - 5367 7776 Encyclopedias (set), World Book, excellent condition, 1976 - $50 0412 662 834

BOOKS Australian Artist &Artists Pallete (30) as new $1ea or $23 lot 0412 092 374 BOOSTER seat Safe N Sound EC $60 - 0407 538 966 BOXES (30+) Kent Removalist cartons $50 lot - 0431 752 302 BOXES (50) packing or removalist 48cm x48cm x32cm $1 ea 0424461273 BUMPER sports, suit VS Commodore $100 - 0424 930 653

*Ads must be emailed by Friday 12 noon. Ads by phone must be between 9.30am12pm TuesdayThursday. Private ads only (no businesses, no animals, hay or bulk items). Maximum 3 ads per person.

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By LEN BAKER
HATS OFF TO ZAC Teenage Melton based reinsman Zac Phillips produced without doubt the drive of the night at the Echuca meeting on Tuesday October 1, when successful aboard 8-Y-0 E Dees Cam/Universal Alice gelding Juke Kartel in the $5500 Book Christmas Functions Now Pace for C1 class over 1755 metres. Juke Kartel put the race beyond doubt in a couple of bounds as he raced away over the concluding stages to score by 14.1 metres in a rate of 1-59.2 from Find Time To Cruise and Statelyness. At Bray Raceway Ballarat on Thursday, Hopetoun Park trainer Ross Sugars combined with daughter Kylie to land the Ballarat Icecream Distributers Trotters Mobile for T0 class over 2200 metres with 4-Y-0 Earl/Kano Idol gelding Mister Beckham. Raced by Graeme and Marcus Rayner, Mister Beckham starting from the extreme draw was given a cosy trip three back in the running line, before scoring by 25.9 metres from the favourite Redy To Race with Framework Salute 3.1 metres away in third place.

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Ballan Tennis Club Quiet please. The Buninyong & District Tennis season has begun. The senior A3 Ballan side took to the court at Mt Helen in their match against Goldfields/Mt Helen. It was the first game for the members of this team for a number of years and whilst they lost 2/36 to 7/65, the score didnt reflect the good hits and close games. Newcomers to the club Shane Woodroffe and Samantha Lee teamed up with Paul, Helen, Kristy and Darcy Tatchell with Kristy and Samantha winning their ladies match. Father and son, Paul and Darcy Tatchell won their match on a forfeit after their opposition players knee popped out! Next week the team plays at home against Miners Rest.

Oddly named former New Zealander Frank The Duck was successful in taking the Melbourne Cup Day Pace for C0 class over 2150 metres at Yarra Valley on Monday when making his first appearance on Australian soil. Trained by Joe Borg at Melton and driven by John Caldow, Frank The Duck a 4-Y-0 gelded son of Jeremes Jet and Take Her Easy Tiger was much too strong over the concluding stages for Ryans Lane and Lets Go Happy in a mile rate of 2-01.5.

Parwan duo Craig Demmler (trainer) and Jodi Quinlan (driver) landed the Telstra Business Centre Plus It 3-Y-0 Pace over 2200 metres with Mach Three/ Birthright colt Glenferrie Access in a mile rate of 2-00.7. Spearing to the lead from gate five, Glenferrie Access, despite racing fiercely, defied all challengers accounting for Keayang Active, which raced outside him, and Star Brutus, which followed the winner.

Everbodys favourite pacer Smoken Up registered his 32nd victory in 129 outings by taking the Markovina Free For All over 2240 metres in 1-55.5. An 11-Y-0 gelded son of Tinted Cloud and Carnlough Bay trained and driven by Lance Justice, Smoken Up led throughout from gate two in defeating the rank outsider Wartime Sweetheart (three wide last lap from three back in the moving line) by a head which would have caused a giant upset, with Caribbean Blaster a game third after moving to park in the open mid-race. In winning, Smoken Up took his stake earnings to $3,382,802.

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics


The 2013/14 Little Athletics track & field season commenced last Saturday at Masons Lane Reserve, Bacchus Marsh. An impressive 220 children have registered in just the first week, including 27 new Under 6 registered athletes. Athletes are still welcome to register at any of the BMLAC competition days. The first meet saw five new U/16 records set. Jack Shaw (Eagles) recorded 45.96 secs in the 300m Hurdles and 26.28 secs in the 200m events while over in the jumps pit Jack leapt 4.98 metres in long jump to set his third record for the day. Brant Lopes (Dolphins) recorded a new record distance of 11.54 metres in the triple jump. Courtney Homewood (Boomerangs) threw the javelin 20.01 metres to better the previous record. Next week will be Program 4 and will also be the Official BMLAC Season Opening. Further information about Little Athletics is available at www.bacchusmarshlittleathletics.org.au

Long Forest trainer Peter Thompson combined with daughter Kate Gath to snare the Christmas Racedays Claiming Pace over 2150 metres at Yarra Valley with honest 11-Y-0 Armbro Operative/Livin Doll gelding Longtan Luke. Returning a mile rate of 2-01.7, Longtan Luke recorded his 15th victory in only 91 outings.

THE MELTON PLATE The (Group 2) $50,000 City Of Melton Plate for four and five year olds over 2240 metres highlighted a great night of racing at Tabcorp Park Melton on Friday the victor being Kiwi bred 5-Y0 Live Or Die/Super Telf gelding Magical Telf, one of three runners from the Lara stable of Dean Braun. Driven by Greg Sugars, Magical Telf settled one/ one from gate two, with stablemate and favourite Chancellor Cullen working hard four wide from outside the front line to assume control. Easing three wide running into the final bend, Magical Telf joined Chancellor Cullen on turning and the pair raced clear of their rivals, with Magical Telf doing best to score by 1.3 metres in a brilliant rate of 1-54.7, with the Melton trained and driven Mark Dennis (three back the markers) third.

Coimadai duo Adam Kelly and Gavin Lang snared a stable double with Five Star Anvil taking the Specialised Heating & Cooling Pace for M1 & M2 class over 1720 metres in 1-54.2 and recent addition Lite Jagermeister the Tabcorp Park Melton Pace Final for C1 class over 2200 metres which qualified in the heats held at the Warrnambool HRC fixture held at TP the previous Sunday, returning a mile rate of 1-59.4. Andy and Kate Gath were successful with high quality 6-Y-0 S Js Photo/Whitney Grace gelding Elegant Image in the (Group 3) $20,000 City Of Melton Scotch Notch Memorial for TM0 or better class over 2240 metres. Ross and Greg Sugars finished the night on a high note when Blissful Hall/ Forest Flame filly Liculia on debut greeted the judge in the Home Of Trotting 3-Y-0 Pace over 1720 metres.

Brant Lopes takes a huge leap to set a new Triple Jump record

Courtney Homewood setting a new Javelin record

Avenue Bowling Club


The lawn bowling pennant season commenced on the weekend with some impressive result for the local Avenue Club. Premier Division had a remarkable 2 shot victory over last years Premier Division runners-up Sebastopol. Leading the charge forAvenue wasAustralian Squad member Sam Shannahan who recorded a 12 shot win against quality opposition. Glenn Sargents rink kept their winning form from lastseasonby recording a 6 shot win, whilstMartin Shea, who returned to the Club this season from Werribee, overcame a slow start to only go down by 7 shots. Bill Hawkens rink also battled hard for a 9 shot loss. Summary of results: PREMIER DIVISION Avenue 94 def Sebastopol 92 C Hawken, A MacDonald, D Fletcher, S Shannahan 32-20 M Russell, F Pomeroy, S Sullivan, W Hawken 19-28 A Read, S Hickman, G Arthur, M Shea  18-25 W Stirling, G Stirling, P Yasar, G Sargent 25-19 DIVISION 3 Avenue 103 def Central Wendouree 92 G Tudball, I Jones, S Wilson, G Kay  30-23 P Kay, R Sloan, P Thistlethwaite, J Boratto 27-25 B McConnell, G Day, N Kay, P Glass  20-18 J Auty, R Delaney, J Hofstra, P OFarrell 26-16 DIVISION 5 Avenue 89 lost to City Oval 96 V Layton, De Hardiment, J Wilson, Di Hardiment 21-26 F Seymour, R Whitefield, V Bourke, V Foxford26-19 W Cuttler, M Kneebone, T Cuttler, K Kneebone 24-26 C Carlton, C Glass, L Robinson, D McKendrick 18-25 DIVISION 9 Avenue 69 def City Oval 62 G Coughlan, P Blythe, C Sinclair, B Bullen 34-14 K Gilmore, R Duncan, D Murfin, B Trevenna21-18 A Ciancio, V Hermann, O Mauff, A Thistlethwaite 14-30

Meetings for the week: Wednesday Bendigo, Thursday Kilmore, Friday Melton, Saturday Geelong, Sunday Ararat, Monday Yarra Valley, Tuesday Wangaratta @ Shepparton Horses to follow Bliss Man, Driving Withtess, Metro Mike, Mister Orion, Alabamas Smoken, Seascape Boy, Midnight Lights.

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Bacchus Marsh Golf


Results- Week ending Saturday 28 Monday - Stableford Winner - Tom Svaljek (14) 41, R/up - Ron Rayner (20) 38. Wednesday - Aggregate Stableford Teams Winners-K.Caple(17),M.Morris(22),J.Douglas(25)95points. Thursday - Stableford Winner - Geoff Yeo (17) 36, r/up - Bill Orr (22) 36. Saturday - Stableford Winner A - S.Ovenden (4) 34, R/up - G.Little (5) 34. Winner B - F.Wheelhouse (15) 38, R/up - S.Chiles (15) 36. Winner C - J.Baker (20) 37, R/up - P.McRae (23) 36. NTPs - 3rd - G.McGuinness, 4th - B.Quayle, 5th - T.Crawford, 11th - R.Keane, 13th - R.Martin, 16th - G.McGuinness. Ball comp to 32 points. Results Week ending Sat 5 Oct. Sunday- Stroke Winner - Mathew Longden (17) 71, R/up; Michael Dunne (10) 71. Balls to 73. Monday - Par Winner - Keith Hutchison (17) +4, R/up; Colin Cutt (9) +3, Balls to 2 Down. Wednesday Ladies Stroke - Medal Medal - Merryn Morris. A Grade winner - Merryn Morris (22) 77on c/b, R/up; Judy Douglas (25) 77. B Grade winner - Anne Buckley (41) 80, R/up Margie Youings (33) 81. NTP - A Grade; Carol Young, B Grade; N Kennedy Thursday - Stableford A Grade winner - Bill Dawson (7) 42 pts. R/up; Shaun Prior (6) 37pts B Grade winner - Brendon Sanderson (18) 44pts. R/up; Colin Mettrick (16) 37 pts. NTP - Kevin Rogers, Ball comp to 33pts SaturdayStroke & Monthly Medal A Grade winner - Darren Skelton (5) 72, R/up Greg Lloyd (6) 74. B Grade winner - Mathew Longden (74), R/up John McInnes (14) 75. C Grade winner & Medal - Greg Raynor (32) 68, R/up Neville Harty (21) 71. NTP - 3rd Dylan Atkinson, 4th Phil Hayes, 5th Colin Kay, 11th Graham Rolls, 13th Peter Horne, 16th Ray Hocking.

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End of season Presentation Awards

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U14 Boys MVP Nicholas Strachan, Runner Up MVP Jordan Muir, Coaches Award Jacob Steele.

U14 Girls MVP Jessica Kivimets, Runner Up MVP Caitlyn Spence, Coaches Award Alexix Chapman.

U16 Boys MVP Nicholas Archon, Runners Up MVP Tyler Collins, Coaches Award Jay Decker.

U18 Boys MVP Liam Piacentini, Runners U18 Girls MVP Madyson Lang, Up MVP Bryce Roberts, Coaches Award Runners Up MVP Katie Norris, Nathan Botha. Coaches Award Melissa Picone.

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