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as St Bernards Primary School students walked the
streets last Friday.
Dressed in period costume and led by a horse drawn
carriage, the students marched from the schools
original site in Fisken Street to the current campus on
Gisborne Road.

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Bunnings

have your say


By Kate Taylor

Minister for Education and Deputy Premier James Merlino is shown around the school by
College captains and Member for Melton Don Nardella (rear). Photo - Helen Tatchell

Building education
revelation

By Jessica Howard

A rare visit by a State government minister to Moorabool, since the last election,
has the local high school
excited.
Bacchus Marsh College is set
to receive a five-million dollar revamp thanks to the Andrews Labor Government.
Minister for Education
and Deputy Premier, James
Merlino visited the college
last Thursday to officially
announce the $5 million
modernisation, which was
secured in the 2015-16 Victo-

rian Budget and will be used


to build a brand new Year 9
centre.
Bacchus Marsh College
Principal, Dionne Fenton
said it was great to see Mr
Merlino honouring his election commitment.
This is exciting for the
town and it means a lot to be
able to make this a school of
choice, she said.
The 2015-16 Budget will invest $4-billion in Victorias
education and skills system,
with $325-million used for
the renovation, refurbishment or rebuilding of 67

schools.
Mr Merlino said the funding would provide every
community with a great local school and every child
with a chance to succeed.
This investment will give
students a state-of-the-art
learning environment, and
teachers the facilities to
continue providing a worldclass education, he said.
Mr Merlino said the next
six-months would be spent
on the design and planning
of the Year 9 centre, with
construction to commence
as soon as possible after that.

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The proposal to build


a Bunnings at Bacchus
Marsh is now out for public
consultation.
The community can have
its say on the proposal from
Thursday 6 August until 18
September.
Known as Amendment C71,
the proposal seeks to rezone
land between Clifton Drive
and the Western Freeway to
Commercial 2 and issue a
planning permit for the development of a bulky goods
retail centre.
A Moorabool Shire Council
statement pointed out that
Bunnings is the proponent,
not council.
The proposal has already
met with opposition from
the community, with the
save our streets website listing community objections
and concerns around traffic
congestion in particular.
Mayor Paul Tatchell is urging those with a view on the
proposal to review the details and make a submission.
He said the community
has been debating this pro-

posal for a while and now


was their opportunity to be
better informed of whats
proposed and express their
view about it.
Ive been saying to those
whove shown a keen interest in this proposal that at
the appropriate point in the
planning process, prior to
a decision being made on
Amendment C71 and the
associated planning permit
application
(PA2013-187),
that wed get back to the
community so theyd be able
to have their say now is
that time!
An information pack is in
the process of being sent
directly to premises in the
immediate vicinity of the
site that are most likely to be
impacted by the proposal.
From 6 August, the Amendment documentation, planning permit application,
supporting documents and
draft planning permit can
also be inspected free of
charge at the Department
of Environment Land Water and Planning website at
http://www.dtpli.vic.gov.
au/planning/publicinspection or viewed at any of the

Council offices in Ballan,


Darley and the Lerderderg
Library.
Councils planning officers
will be available to answer
questions on the proposal
at upcoming sessions being held at the Lerderderg
Library for more information, see the Council advertisement on page 9 of this
edition.
At the conclusion of the
public exhibition and submission
stage,
Council
will consider all submissions made to the amendment. If Council receives
submissions that cannot be
resolved and wishes to proceed with the amendment,
it must request the Minister for Planning appoint a
Planning Panel to consider
submissions and make recommendations to Council.
Council then must consider
the recommendations of the
panel in deciding whether to
adopt the amendment (with
or without change) or abandon the amendment.
If adopted, the Amendment
is submitted to the Minister
for his consideration.

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F word in new paper


A new discussion paper
on Victorias food and fibre sectors is set to include
the controversial issue of
foreign land ownership in
Moorabool.
Announcing the paper,
as part of the state governments $200 million
Future Industries Fund,
Ballarat-based Minister for
Agriculture and Regional
Development Jaala Pulford
said foreign ownership is an
important aspect of the local
agriculture industry.
With the growing middle
class in Asia and increased
demand for our high quality,
fresh, clean, produce there is
an enormous opportunity
for our growers and producers to tap into these new and
emerging markets, Ms Pulford said.
Ms Pulford added that a
balance is needed.
Foreign investment plays
an important role in supporting our food and fibre
sector here in Victoria, however its also important to ensure that we get the balance
right. We recognise that as
our cities and towns expand,
and populations continue to
grow, land use will play a
significant role in this ongoing discussion.
This is about taking a balanced approach between
supporting and growing our
vital agricultural sector and

land users, and also providing the right opportunities


for growth, planning and
housing development in our
regions.
I welcome a national discussion on land use, and
can assure you that I as both
Minister for Agriculture and
Minister for Regional Development I will be working to
strike the right balance between attracting investment
and development and continuing to protect, promote
and grow our important
agricultural sector.
A national register of foreign land ownership put in
place by the Federal Government came into effect this
month; all foreign investors
who hold interests in agricultural land and agribusiness must register those
with the Tax Office, regardless of the value of that land,
by the end of the year.
The discussion paper encourages farmers, fishers,
foresters and manufacturers
to have their say about the
opportunities and challenges facing the sector.
This is a fantastic opportunity for everyone to have
their say on how to shape
and grow this vital sector,
Ms Pulford said
The discussion paper can
be viewed at www.business.
vic.gov.au/futureindustries
with feedback welcome until
Monday 17 August.

Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper


The discussion paper follows the release earlier this month of the Federal
Governments Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper.
The Peri Urban Group of Rural Councils - of which Moorabool Shire Council is
a member - welcomed the white paper as a good start.
The PUGRC had also advocated strongly for greater support to protect farm
land from inappropriate development and conflicting land use and to strengthen
the industry, said Group Chair Murray Cook.
The sad reality is that over the coming years we will see more and more houses,
roads and shops built on highly productive and well located agricultural land,
unless the retention of this land is made a priority of all levels of government.
Federal Member for Corangamite Sarah Henderson said the white paper is a
strong plan for local farmers.
She outlined that the White Paper in combination with the 2015 Budget deliver
a better tax system for farm businesses by enabling:
banks to allow farmers to use FMDs as a business loan offset, reducing
interest costs estimated at up to $150 million a year, from 1 July 2016;
farmers to opt back into income tax averaging after 10 years, from 1 July
2016;
farmers to double their Farm Management Deposits (FMDs) to $800,000,
from 1 July 2016;
immediate tax deduction for fencing;
immediate tax deduction of the cost of new water infrastructure; and
accelerated three-year depreciation of capital expenditure on fodder assets.
As part of the white paper, the Government will also invest $11.4 million to boost
ACCC engagement with the agricultural sector including a new Commissioner
expert in agriculture.
A more farm-savvy and proactive ACCC will encourage fair trading and
strengthen competition in agricultural supply chains.
While foreign ownership is not a key point of the white paper, overseas import/
export issues are noted.
I am delighted that the White Paper includes $200 million to improve biosecurity
which will help ensure Australias premium products remain top quality and
$30.8 million to break down technical barriers to trade and appointing five new
overseas Agriculture Counsellors.
Farmers and residents wanting to know more about the Agricultural
Competitiveness White Paper can visit agwhitepaper.agriculture.gov.au

By Jessica Howard
Ballan will be buzzing with
busy bees next month.
The Moorabool Catchment
Landcare Group will run
a two-day Introduction to
Beekeeping course, which
will be presented by experienced beekeeper David
Elms.
To be held at the Mechanics Institute, the workshop
will feature a number of
topics including the bee
lifecycle and swarming behaviour, beekeeping equipment, extracting and storing
honey, sources of pollen and
nectar and bee pests and
management.
Landcare coordinator, Elle
Fox said the workshop had
limited availability and
would cover the art of beekeeping on farms, smaller
properties and urban areas.
There are only 20 places
available, so get in quick and
make a booking, she said.
The two-day Introduction
to Beekeeping workshop
will be held at the Mechanics Institute Hall, Inglis
Street Ballan on August 15
and 16 from 9am to 5pm.
Tickets are $100 each and
$50 for MCLG members.
Registrations close August
10, for more information
contact Elle Fox at moorabool.landcare@gmail.com or
5327 9103

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Moorabool Community Leadership Program (MCLP)


APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN
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Applications are now open for the Moorabool Community Leadership Program.
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By Jessica Howard
Ballan will be leading the
way in literacy next month
as the annual Literacy Trail
returns to the main street.
A street festival for families and children, the Literacy trail is an initiative of
Moorabool Shire Councils
Best Start program, and is
designed to encourage a love
of books and reading whilst
bringing the whole community together in the spirit of
fun and learning.
Best Start Community Fa-

cilitator, Jane Gardner said


the program offered the
event as a way of supporting
childrens development and
wellbeing.
Research shows the more
literate our children are, the
better their employment,
health and lifestyle outcomes, she said.
The Literacy Trail attracts
hundreds of children from
local primary schools, kindergartens, childcare centres
and playgroup, as well as
members of the general public. We also enjoy the sup-

port and involvement from


local and state government,
community groups, local businesses, emergency
services and even sporting
personalities.
Alternating between the
main streets of Bacchus
Marsh and Ballan each year,
the Literacy Trail has seen
everything from a giant
scrabble set to a fire-eating
juggler and circus dogs.
The 2015 Literacy Trail will
be held on September 4 in Inglis Street, Ballan from 10am
to 1pm.

The Village Website is now Live


visit www.thevillagebacchus.com.au

The program will:


grow your leadership skills and knowledge,
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Participants will visit a number of different sites throughout Moorabool, hearing
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The program will be open to all residents over the age of 18 years and will be
at no cost!
What an incredible opportunity to be involved in a high quality leadership
program that will not only look amazing on your CV, but will also benet your
community and your employer (for those in paid work) or potential employers.
Places will be strictly limited.
Applications close on 31 August 2015.
Application Forms and Guidelines are available from:
www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Lerderderg Library, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Council Ofces, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
Council Ofces, 15 Stead Street, Ballan
Or by contacting 5366 7100

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This years Literacy Trail will take place in Ballan on Friday 4 September.
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Whilst the centre is staffed during the
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Festival cranks up

Moorabool Mayor Paul Tatchell is ready to serve up local produce with Chris Carroll (Ballan Rotary President)
and unique local stallholder from Crank Coffee on a motorbike and sidecar, Sharlene Gordon.
Photo Helen Tatchell

Taste buds will be working


overtime as visitors salivate over
food and wine on Sunday 30
August.
The Sweet Living Wine and Food
Festival, an initiative of the Ballan
Rotary club, was launched in the
port barrel cellar at St. Annes
Winery last week, the venue for the
inaugural festival.
President of Ballan Rotary Chris
Carroll said the festival was
to have fun and celebrate our
culture.
Moorabool
Mayor
officially
launched the event saying it is
the perfect venue to showcase the
region.
There is no greater backdrop than
this venue and what it is all about
is what the people are passionate
about, quality local produce
whether it be food or wine, we have

it here, he said.
Port, chocolate, truffles, cakes,
cheese are just some delicious
offerings from stall holders with
tours, tastings and masterclasses
conducted on the day.
Bacchus Marsh Coaches will run
a complimentary bus service from
Ballan train station to St. Annes
Winery from 11am to 3.30pm.
Moorabool Shire Council has
committed $10,500 over the next
three years to establish Viva La
Dulce as a must-see annual event,
as part of their New Tourism Events
Grant.
Viva la Dulce Wine and Food
Festival will be held at St Annes
Winery on Sunday 30 August from
11am, - 5pm.Tickets are $15 per
person and for further information
go to www.vivaladulce.org or
phone 0400 141 811.

Moorabool Shire Council


ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held Wednesday 5 August, 2015 in the
James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 5pm.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.
EMPLOYMENT
Council invites applications for the existing vacancies:
General Crew Member Full-time Band 2
(commencing at $47,373 + Industry Allowance)
Applications close on 14 August 2015
**Please be advised we do not accept applications through agencies**
All details available from the website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM
The Winter 2015 Community Grants Program is now opened and will close on 31 August 2015.
The Community Grants Program Guidelines are available on the Council Website:
www.moorabool.vic.gov.au. Applicants are strongly encouraged to discuss their project
with a Community Development Ofcer prior to lodging an application. Applicants are
encouraged to read and understand the Community Grants Program Guidelines carefully before
making a submission. Please contact Community Development Ofcers on 5366 7100 for
further information.
AMENDMENT
Planning and Environment Act 1987
MOORABOOL PLANNING SCHEME
Notice of the Preparation of an Amendment to a Planning Scheme and Notice of an Application
for Planning Permit Given Under Section 96C of the Planning and Environment Act 1987
Amendment C71
Planning Permit Application PA2013-187
The land affected by the Amendment is 101 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh, described as lots
401 and 403 on plan of subdivision 212230R and lot 223 on plan of subdivision 317067A.
The land affected by the permit application is 101 Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh, described as
lots 401 and 403 on plan of subdivision 212230R and lot 223 on plan of subdivision 317067A.
The Amendment proposes to rezone the land from General Residential Zone 1 and Public Use
Zone 1 (Service and Utility) to Commercial 2 Zone.
The permit application seeks approval for Development of trade supplies and restricted retail premises,
associated buildings and works, creation of access to a Road Zone Category 1, two lot subdivision,
variation/removal of easements, removal of native vegetation, reduction of car parking requirement,
reduction of bicycle facilities requirement, and display of advertising signage including business
identication signs, oodlit sky sign, panel signs and promotion signs.
The person who requested the Amendment is Bunnings Group Limited.
The applicant for the permit is Bunnings Group Limited.
You may inspect the Amendment, the Explanatory Report about the Amendment, the application,
and any documents that support the Amendment and the application, including the proposed
permit, free of charge, at the following locations:
during ofce hours, at the ofce of the planning authority, Moorabool Shire Council:
15 Stead Street, Ballan
Lerderderg Library - Customer Service, 215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh
Darley Civic and Community Hub, 182 Halletts Way, Darley
at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning website,
www.dtpli.vic.gov.au/publicinspection.

A Council planning ofcer will be available during the following times at the Lerderderg Library,
James Young Room (215 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh), to answer questions about Amendment
C71 and planning application PA2013-187:
Tuesday 11 August 2015 - 9am 1pm
Monday 24 August 2015 - 1pm 5pm
Friday 11 September 2015 - 9am 1pm
Any person who may be affected by the Amendment or by the granting of the permit may
make a submission to the planning authority. Submissions must be made in writing giving the
submitters name and contact address, clearly stating the grounds on which the Amendment is
supported or opposed and indicating what changes (if any) the submitter wishes to make.
Name and contact details of submitters are required for Council to consider submissions and to
notify such persons of the opportunity to attend Council meetings and any public hearing held
to consider submissions. In accordance with the Planning and Environment Act 1987, Council
must make available for inspection a copy of any submissions made.
The closing date for submissions is 18 September 2015. A submission must be sent to the:
Moorabool Shire Council
PO Box 18
BALLAN VIC 3342
Re: Submission to Amendment C71
Attention: SSD
Or via email to info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
The following panel hearing dates have been set for this amendment:
directions hearing: week commencing 14 December 2015
panel hearing: week commencing 1 February 2016
ANDREW GOODSELL
Acting Manager, Strategic & Sustainable Development
PERMIT APPLICATION
Location:
64 Riverview Drive, Hopetoun
Park

The application is for a permit to:


Variation of Restrictive Covenant (increase in outbuilding
size and height)

Applicant for the permit is: Application reference No:


Topline Drafting P/L
PA2015111
You may look at the application and any documents that support the application at the ofce of
the Responsible Authority:
Moorabool Shire Council, 15 Stead Street, Ballan.
182 Halletts Way, Darley.
https://greenlight.e-vis.com.au/moorabool.
This can be done during ofce hours and is free of charge. Any person who may be affected by
the granting of the permit may object or make other submissions to the Responsible Authority.
An objection must be sent to the Responsible Authority in writing, include the reasons for the
objection and state how the objector would be affected.
Please be aware that copies of objections/submissions received may be made available to any
person for the purpose of consideration as part of the planning process.
The Responsible Authority will not decide on the application before 18 August 2015. If you object,
the Responsible Authority will tell you its decision.
TENDERS
Moorabool Shire Council invites tenders for the following contracts:
Tender Number
C01-2015/2016
C02-2015/2016
C03-2015/2016

Tender Description
Supply and delivery of one (1) Motor Grader
Bituminous Spray Sealing Program
Yankee Flat Road, Navigators Road Rehabilitation Works

Tender documents and full details of this notice will be available on Friday 31 July 2015 at
www.tenderlink.com/moorabool.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342


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Who has the breast beanie?

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Confidential
investigation

By Kate Taylor
Breastfeeding can be challenging, especially for new
mums but not as challenging as a competition being
held as part of International
Breastfeeding
Awareness
Week.
Locals are invited to pull
out their knitting needles
and other crafty tools to
make beanies as part of a
competition being held by
the Gordon CWA, together
with Councils Breastfeeding Support Services, to celebrate the week.
Beanies will be collected
at the Maternal and Child
Health Centres in Moorabool, and Council offices until August 1; there is no cost
to enter.
The first week in August is
international Breastfeeding
Awareness Week; the World
Health Organization recommends exclusive breastfeeding for babies to six months
of age, and thereafter for
breastfeeding to continue
alongside suitable complementary foods for up to two
years and beyond.
On Thursday 6 August
from 2.30pm to 3.30pm there
will be a special morning tea
and judging of the beanies
at Gordon Hall. Prizes will
be awarded for the most colourful, most creative and the
Mayors choice award.
All are welcome to attend
to celebrate Breastfeeding

The Moorabool News 4 August, 2015 Page 11

By Kate Taylor
Moorabool Shire Council
CEO
and
Councillors
remains tight-lipped about
a
current
investigation
by the Local Government
Inspectorate.
CEO Rob Croxford and
Mayor
Paul
Tatchell
declined to comment to
the Moorabool News last
week, however released
a joint general statement

this week in relation to


recent speculation over the
investigation.
The investigation was at
the request of the council
over matters of concern
it become aware of, the
statement read.
Council
is
providing
every support to the Local
Government Inspectorate to
investigate the matter. The
matter cannot be discussed

by councillors or staff as it is of
a confidential nature. When
a final report is received
from the inspectorate the
matters can be made public
as appropriate.
The speculation included
that one former and one
previous councillor are
being investigated, and that
the investigation has been
going for an extended period
of time.

Little Payton shows off her best beanie!


Awareness Week.
Breastfeeding mothers in
Moorabool have support
to initiate and continue
to breastfeed through the
Breastfeeding Support Service and Bacchus Marsh
Australian
Breastfeeding
Association Group; these
services aim to raise the pro-

file of breastfeeding within


the community, to improve
breastfeeding rates, and to
encourage communities to
be breastfeeding friendly.
To find out more contact
Moorabool Shires Maternal
and Child Health Service on
5366 7100.

Available for Adoption see page 28

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Bacchus Marsh Grammar believes that giving students choice in
deciding what they want to study is one of the most empowering
things a school can do. That is why at Year 9 and 10 students may
choose from a number of elective subjects.
To hear more about the Schools exciting curriculum offerings for Year
9 and 10 2016 you are invited to attend our Year 9 and Year 10 2016
Information Nights. The information nights will be held in the Schools
Gymnasium at 7.00pm on the following evenings:

Year 10 2016 - Thursday 6th August 2015


or
Year 9 2016 - Wednesday 12th August 2015
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information night please contact the schools Registrar on 5366 4800
or via email: registrar@bmg.vic.edu.au
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The family owned business has continued
to provide the community with the very
best in lounge, dining, bedding and office
furniture for over 30 years, and has recently
begun a take home lay-by program.
Owner, Paul Kelly said the business had
recently started the deal with a finance
company called Certegy EziPay, which
allowed customers to take furniture home
and repay over a period of time.
You can take furniture home up to the
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The Moorabool News 4 August, 2015 Page 13

Newborns in the district

Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and


Melton Regional Hospital.

(L-R) Bev Bennett and Elizabeth Zaicz meet weekly to do their craftwork at the Senior
Citizens building in Ballan. Photo Helen Tatchell

Brushes, paints,
pins and needles
archived

By Kate Taylor
After 40 years, the Ballan
and District Art and Craft
Society has called it a day.
Having met weekly in the
house behind the Uniting
Church in Ballan for weaving, spinning, pottery, painting and crafts, membership
had dwindled down to 15
- and also, aged.
The problem is, were all
elderly - Im 80 myself and
Im not the only one. The
numbers were slowly dwindling, and we couldnt get
people who would want to
take the President, or Secretary or Treasury roles, said
the Societys last President
Margaret Hillier.
People were happy to come
along and do their work and
enjoy each others company,
but it was getting hard to do

it properly. We had to make


the decision.
The Ballan Art Show, part of
the Ballan Autumn Festival,
was run by the Society that
will no longer be able to do
it but there is hope that
another group may pick up
where the Society left off.
What were hoping is that
maybe a few years down the
line a new group will turn
up in a different form, as
things change.
Were becoming unincorporated this year, but were
hoping another group will
take over the Art Show.
Theres been some interest,
but its early days yet. Were
hoping it will be taken over
but its a lot of hard work.
Ms Hillier paid tribute to
Jesse Davis who has been
Secretary of the Societys Art
Show Committee for many

years, and also thanked local groups who helped the


Society along the way.
The Mens Group used to
do heavy lifting for us, they
would set up the stalls we
couldnt have done it without their help. Also Moorabool Shire Council for their
generous use of the chambers and facilities as the
venue for the Show.
And while the Society itself will no longer operate,
small groups will continue
one will be run on Tuesday
mornings at the Senior Citizens Centre for craftwork,
while another will continue
to paint.
Its been a wonderful, wonderful experience, weve had
some really good people.
The companionship will
continue but without the
name.

Alexis has a new little


sister, Ashlyn Lilly. Born to
Sunbury parents Alissa and
Nathan SMITH on
Wednesday 29 July at
2.10pm, Ashlyn weighed
7lb 5oz (3350grams).

A little girl is the first born


baby for Bacchus March
couple Aimee and Michael
SINCLAIR. Weighing 9lb
(4.27kg), Georgia May
arrived on Tuesday 28 July
at 2.58pm.

Rebekah Burgoyne and


Shane Moroney from
Melton have welcomed
their first child, a little boy.
Connor Andrew Michael
was born on Tuesday 28
July at 4.25pm weighing
4160 grams.

Luke and Kylie ADAMS


from Woodend have
welcomed their first child, a
little girl Elissa. Arriving on
Saturday 25 July at
12.37am, Elissa weighed
3190 grams.

Heidi Elise has been born


to Darley parents Jenny
and Kristijan HAVRAN.
Weighing 3120 grams,
Heidi arrived on Monday 27
July at 5.38am and is a
little sister for Claudia and
Dylan.

Isabelle Rose BISHOP is


the second child born to
Sunbury parents Victoria
and Harley Bishop. Arriving
on Friday 31 July at
6.52am, Isabelle weighed
6lb 13oz (3100 grams) and
is a little sister for Matilda.

Kurunjang couple Katherine


and Scott have welcomed
their first child, Jai Edward.
Weighing 7lb 4oz (3280
grams), Jai was born at
10.28am on Sunday 26
July.

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One way Account(able) looks at increasing
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investment property. This allows our clients
to negative gear that property (expenses
exceeding income) which reduces their
taxation liability.
If you have a rental property, below is a list
of items required to assist you in completing
your tax return accurately.
Income:
Total rental income usually via an annual
rental statement.
Deductions:
Bank loan interest, Borrowing Costs these
are apportioned over 5 years. Advertising,
Body Corporate Fees, Council & Water Rates,
Insurance, Land taxl.
Legal Expenses including the drafting
of lease agreements & enforcing rental
payments.
Repairs & Maintenance this would
be wear and tear on the property. If the
expenditure relates to the property being
improved beyond its original state, then it
will be depreciated.
Postage, stationery & telephone, Travel
only can be claimed in relation to the
property eg inspection, Pest control.
Capital expenditure this would include
items such as air conditioners, smoke alarms,
carpets, fixtures etc.
Other Deductions:
Expenditure for capital works (deductions
for construction expenditure and structural
improvements) may be available for
construction that commenced after 18 July
1985 on residential properties.

Accounts(able) strongly suggest the


purchase of a quantity surveyors report so
that you can claim the maximum amount
of depreciation and capital allowances. The
cost of this report is a deductible expense
Rental Property Cash Flow Report:
For clients who want to see how the negative
gearing of a rental property can reduce
their tax liability, Account(able) can provide
you with a detailed cash flow report over a
10 year period, which provides you with
various scenarios.
Account(able) want to assist their clients
make the right decisions when the time
comes to purchasing a rental property.
We encourage you to come and see our
professional staff where we will show
you what factors you should take into
consideration in your decision making such
as:
Are you in it for rental income or capital
growth?
L
 and appreciation and building
depreciation
Ownership structure
Tax consequences
Buying price & rental return
Location
Property features
B
 enefits of claiming depreciation & capital
allowances
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Hope for exemption


on water charge

By Jessica Howard

News
Whilst a group of Balliang East residents
continue to fight a Parks Victoria maintenance
fee, evidence has surfaced which shows they
may be more alone than they thought.
A letter from City West Water dating back
When I received that mes- Melbourne.
By Jessica Howard
sage I thought things were
We made a lifestyle choice
to 2006 states that a Balliang East propertyA group of Balliang East looking up, but Parks Victo- of not wanting to live in
residents say theyre sick ria obviously knocked it on the city, so I just dont unowner would be exempt from the charge,
and tired of funding ameni- the head for some reason. derstand why we are being
ties they dont use.
They seem determined for asked to pay for things in
Long-term resident, Ian us to pay it, but anyone who Melbourne that we dont
which is used to maintain popular city
MacFarlane said despite liv- has been to this area would even use.
ing 30-kilometres away from understand that we are noAfter refusing to pay the
reserves such as the Melbourne Zoo (as seen
Melbourne, residents had, where near Melbourne.
$67 annual charge for many
for years, been forced to pay
Fed up with the situation, years, Mr MacFarlane now
in The Moorabool News, 30/06/2015).
an annual parks charge that Mr MacFarlane began re- owes over $800 in park
funds the maintenance of fusing to pay the annual charges.
popular city reserves such as park charge, however said
However, Managing DiI am pleased to advise that the above
the Yarra River, Albert Park he soon began receiving rector for City West Water,
and the Melbourne Zoo.
phone calls from City West Anne Barker said properties
properties are classed as rural. As a result
Parks Victoria relies on the Water, followed by the debt subject to the charge were
The Sheehan family joined in to rehabilitate the landscape at last years event.
fact that we were acciden- collectors.
those that lie within the UrPhoto courtesy
- Port Phillip
and Westernport
CMA. for the Parks
tally once part of the City
we have
credited
your
account
They [CWW] contact us ban Parks Boundary, which
of Werribee, and dismisses two to three times a year, was based on former muthe fact that since 1994 we and its frustrating because nicipal boundaries.
charge you have paid from April 2003, the
have been part of Moorabool if you get someone from the
After local government
Shire, he said.
customer services depart- was restructured in the mid
letter reads.
Balliang East is not part of ment youve never spoken 1990s, parts of the former
Melbourne, which is 30-kilo- to before you have to explain Shire of Werribee came unmetres from here.
the whole ordeal all over der authority of the MooraThe 2006 letter, signed by Maria Sales from
Mr MacFarlane said he again. Some of them Ive bool Shire Council but
thought the issue had been been talking to for five to remained with the Urban
CWW Customer and Community Relations,
resolved when a concilia- ten years and theyre very Parks Boundary, she said.
tor from City West Water, sympathetic, but when I
Properties east of the Litoffers a cheque for $450.90, which represents
who bill and collect the an- reach someone new I have tle River/Balliang Creek and
nual charge on behalf of to explain it all over again, south of Spring Hill Road rehe
said.
Parks
Victoria,
contacted
side
within the Urban Parks
credit due to parks charge adjustment.
him in 2011 promising to reI then started receiving Boundary, and are therefore
fund a total of $11,500 to 24 calls from people in the Phil- subject to the Parks Charge.
Balliang
East
Ianfor landowners
MacFarlane
saidwhich properties.
very difficult
ally from Melbourne
By Jessica
Howardresident
ippines and I found out City
A spokesperson for the Deheuswrote.
to plant that sort of number is just amazing. We have an suburban
to partment of Environment,
However this was Melbourne,
shortly West Water had sold
A decade of treeincluding
plant- by themselves,
so the
land- Indian
30 properties,
his
own,
were
still
environmental
group retracted after an audit in the debt collectors. Nobody Land, Water and Planning
ing will be celebrated next owners Josh and Tristia are
June that same year, but wants to discuss it with us said anyone having probfrom the Dandenongs who It
be
appreciated
if you
could
as Grow West head to very grateful.
and I think theyre
probably lems paying
none ofwould
the residents of
Balli-greatly
their water
bills
have brought
out about 50 or
beingmonth
subjected
to the
charge, despite
a small
Rowsley
to plant 5,000 indigMs Muir said whilst the
ang East were ever consulted frightened because we try could talk to their local wa60
volunteers
for
the
last
two
enous plants.
project was very community
and inviteand
them outpresent
here, ter corporation
about what
or involved in that
audit, orissue
review
this
a
common
groupTheofannual
residents
being
exempted
Grow West allegedly
driven, it also included
a years.
any other review for that and if they came they would type of assistance might be
Community Planting Day large number of people from
realise that we are not part of available.
The Grow West Commu- matter, he said.
sense, pragmatic
outcome for Balliang East
marks ten years in which outside the Moorabool area.
nity Planting Day will run
and refunded.
1,800 volunteers have plantGrow West sponsor the from 9:30am to 4pm at Lot
ed over 60,000 trees.
day and we have also re- 7 Ironbark Road, Rowsley. residents.
ThisHostingis this very
I dont
years event unsatisfactory,
ceived support from the Bacare local residents John and chus Marsh Bendigo Bank Lunch and afternoon tea
supplied. To
Tristia Lakey, who
own 250
and the people
Bacchus Marsh dont
Li- will behave
understand
how
some
toregister Mr MacFarlane said he was grateful for Cr
visit www.growwest.com.
acres of property on Iron- ons club, she said.
bark Road, Rowsley.
au or contact Emma Muir on
However,
the
main
people
Tatchells involvement and looked forward
pay, he
said.
Purchased in 2012, the we see volunteering are actu- 5368 7256.
property was bought in
the possible outcome.
Theyve
beenthe couexempted from the charge to
order to develop
highest demand. The new
By Kate Taylor
ples farm business. With
trains will help to improve
the support
of Grow
West complained a lot or are
because
they
have
customers
Widespread
timetable happy
capacitytouched
on particularlyby
I
was very
and very
and Melbourne Water, over
teething problems have afbusy services.
adjusting
their
25,000 trees were planted
fected Ballan and Bacchus
on farm
rates.
This
letter that has surfaced the
Last
week
the statesince
govalong the
waterways in
2013fact
that Paul
do ernment
that.announced
Ive
Marsh train
passengers.
travelwould
patterns for
two
14, and more than 50 acres
The introduction of a new
additional carriages will be
of hill back
country were
is dated
todirect
2006, so ten years ago City received
a
comfortable
V/Line timetable following
word from somebody
the
added to morningin
and evenseeded with endemic native
the opening of the Regional
journey
ing peak times from early
West species.
Water
obviously knew theyd screwed premiers
Rail Link project has seen
- VLine
Grow West planting day
office saying
thatnext month.
Lisa Neville
commuters forced to travel
coordinator, Emma Muir
As people get used to the
up, yet
sitting on the floor, in the
saidIa wrote
further 5,000 my
native letter in 2011 and am still
new timetable,
V/Line is exwould
write
to Cross
meonpersonally,
he said.
aisles and even
in luggage
the Ballarat line.
seedlings would be planted
periencing some boarding
areas.
However passengers also
beingonharassed
all the time for money.
the property on Sunday,
delays which is impacting on
One Bacchus Marsh com- rated a mention.
July 19 by a group of about
the punctuality
of services.
That
is what I Were
wanted,
because
the minister
muter counted 450 passen200 volunteers.
already seeing BacMoorabool
Shire Mayor Cr Paul Tatchell
gers on a train with a seating chus Marsh and Melton cus- Performance is already getThis section of the propting better and is expected
capacity
of
215,
with
trains
is someone who
isadjusting
actually
tomers
their travel responsible and
erty is an old part of a large
delayed due to the excess patterns for a comfortable to improve further over the
has backed
the which
Balliang East residents, with
parcel of farmland
time taken trying to fit pas- journey, the spokesperson coming days, Member for
is now being restored, she
has
the
power
to
take
us
off the
charge
so Im
Buninyong
Geoff Howard
sengers
into
trains
with
just
said.
said. to the Minister for Environment,
a letter
said last week.
three carriages.
She said that adjustments
It was decided that the
V/Line
is monitoring
pa- to
hoping
she
sees
and
will
come
A V/Line spokesperson
said
are sense
also being made
to roll-this
land
wasnt
as
productive
as
Climate
Change & Water, Lisa Neville.
tronage across the network
it always takes a couple of ing stock.
it could have been so this is
weeks
for a new timetable to
We are also continuing to daily and will use this data
an opportunity to fence it out
an
end.
bed down and that a coach progressively roll out new to determine the best allocaWhenever
visit
and revegetate it.IHaving
the this part of Moorabool it
service from Melton had VLocity carriages onto the tion of the new carriages for
availability of 200 volunteers
the Ballarat lineanother
when they
been added
to the popular network
and since
these will bereceived
MacFarlane
has
to plant
5,000 seedlings
isis Volunteers
prepare to
for the
planting
day with seedling trays Mr
is a key
issue
that
brought
my
attention.
just fantastic its obviously of native vegetation.
6.04am service to Southern placed where there is the come into service.
It is inequitable that a Parks charge is levied bill from City West Water, which amounts to
on a rural community over 30kms from $860 in unpaid fees.
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Sue Brown (BFL) Photos Helen Tatchell

Krista Woodroffe and Jacqui Seagrave

Women make
their mark

By Jessica Howard
Women are giving gender
discrimination in sport the
boot.
The Ballarat Football Netball League held its biannual Women in Football
luncheon on Friday, with
over 150 people gathering at
the Ballarat Leagues Club to
celebrate women in sport.
Held in conjunction with
the weekends Women in
Football round and raising
funds for the White Ribbon
Foundation, the event boasted the hugely important role
that women play within
football and netball clubs.
A special panel featured an
array of sporting excellence
including Western Bulldogs
vice-president Dr Susan
Alberti, Australian netball
great Eloise Southby, AFL
goal umpire Chelsea Roffey,
international netballer Liz
Watson, and Ballarat sportswomen Kaitlyn Ashmore
(football) and Kellie McLeod
(football umpiring).
Dr Alberti entertained the
crowd with an inspiring
speech about her passion
for not only seeing females
in football circles but also
her passion for medical research and the importance
of health.
We have some fantastic
female talent in this country and we need to applaud
them, she said.
Retired netballer Eloise
Southby spoke about her
journey from a junior player
to a Commonwealth Games
gold medallist, whilst outlining her hopes to one day
see men and women taking
part in sport as a team.
Meanwhile, AFL Goldfields
commissioner Sue Brown
unveiled a new scholarship program, which will
provide three $500 grants
to women actively involved
in coaching, umpiring or
administration in the Goldfields region. Dr Alberti announced she would match
the $1500 amount.
The Ballarat FNL Woman
of the Year award was also
announced, with Lorissa Edwards from the Darley FNC
taking out the award along
side Natalee McKay from

Lake Wendouree Juniors.


Money raised through the
luncheon was donated towards the White Ribbon
Foundation, an organisation
that works to prevent male
violence against women.

The Ballarat FNL Women


in Football Round also saw
all senior footballers and Agrade netballers wear white
arm bands during competition matches over the weekend as a symbol of support.

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Rural sector pay


urban water fee

Help plant
5000 trees

Commuters change
their timetable

Lorissa Edwards, Vicki Baker and Brooke Edwards

Maria Dickson, Karina Bettio and Karen Pawlowicz

Court in action

By Jessica Howard

Ange, Tanya Daniels (sponsor) and Trish

Kellie McLeod (BFUA field Dr. Susan Alberti and Chelsea


umpire)
Roffey (AFL goal umpire)

A Bacchus Marsh man has


received a $3000 fine after
a crash that left two people,
one of which was his wife,
with serious injuries.
Robert Batrich pleaded
guilty to one charge of negligently causing injury in the
Bacchus Marsh Magistrates
Court on Friday, July 31.
On the evening of September 16 2014, the accused was
travelling west along Parwan Road in Maddingley
when he failed to give way
at the intersection of Bacchus
Marsh-Geelong and ExfordParwan roads.
The 70-year-old allegedly
collided with another vehicle, forcing it to roll.
Emergency services were
called to the scene just before
8pm and two people were
transported in separate air
ambulances to Melbournes
Alfred Hospital.
The victim, who was aged

in his 60s, sustained a


number of injuries including multiple broken bones,
fractured ribs and abrasions,
which resulted in over three
months of hospitalisation
and rehabilitation.
Batrichs wife was also
harmed in the collision,
where she sustained four
fractured ribs and pelvic and
leg injuries.
Following the accident,
Victoria Police conducted
a safety review and collision reconstruction, which
indicated that the accused
would have been travelling
at speeds of up to 82km/h.
Batrichs solicitor stated that
his client was still in shock
following
the
accident,
however believed there was
no way he could have been
travelling anywhere over
30km/h.
He has used that intersection on a daily basis for four
years and has indicated to
me that he would not be able
to do a turn at that kind of

speed, he said.
My client is a grandfather
of 11 children, he has been
a taxi driver for 50-years
and has no driving record
whatsoever.
Magistrate Cynthia Toose
said she accepted that Batrich was a professional
driver, however despite the
circumstances the incident
was very serious.
I understand that there is
never intent for a collision,
however there is nothing I
can do that will adequately
reflect any compensation
for the victim. In saying that
though, I also understand
that whilst it has been very
traumatic for him, it has also
been traumatic for you [Batrich], she said.
Magistrate Toose said she
had taken into account Batrichs cooperation with the
police, his age and good
character and ordered him
to pay a $3000 fine, whilst
suspending his license for a
period six-months.

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Letters to the Editor


Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au

Dear Editor,
I am glad that finally, after
six weeks of campaigning by
local commuters, the Public
Transport Minister has made
time in her busy schedule to
ride one of our morning services to Melbourne.
In the 36 days since the
Minister introduced her new
Regional Rail Link timetable Ballarat and Moorabool
V/Line passengers have
endured overcrowded, unreliable and inconvenience
travel to work and school.
Commuters have called my
office, contacted local papers, tweeted and posted
on Facebook, begging the
Minister to ride the train
and experience the problems
firsthand.

In the meantime the Minister has been squarely


focused on her expensive,
city centric level crossing
removal program, visiting
suburban stations in marginal electorates across Melbourne. In fact the Ministers
only regional transport
announcement in this time
will make her own commute to Melbourne, from her
hometown of Bendigo, more
convenient.
I hope that the Minister has
finally woken up to the mess
that the Andrews Government has made of the Ballarat lines public transport
system.
This is not just about a couple of carriages that could
take months to arrive; its

about listening to the local


community about what they
need and actually delivering
it.
Joshua Morris MP
Member for Western
Victoria
Dear Editor,
Last week the Shadow Minister for Transport David
Hodgett joined the Liberal
Member for Western Victoria Joshua Morris to ride
a train to Melbourne to
highlight overcrowding and
timetable issues.
Both of these men are quite
correct to say that the current problems on the Ballarat
line are not good enough.
But surprisingly, problems
with our trains did not mi-

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raculously occur on the 29th


of November, 2014, when Labor was elected.
For many years, there has
been a lack of investment in
public transport from governments of all colours.
The Liberal, Labor and
National Parties have all
played a part in the delays,
overcrowding and lateness
of trains.
One of the biggest problems we currently have with
our rail network is a lack of
trains and carriages.
So why didnt the previous
Liberal-National
Government invest in new rolling
stock? Surely, it was obvious
that demand for V/Line services was growing at such
a huge rate that new trains

were required?
V/Line admits it is dozens
and dozens of carriages and
trains short of what it needs
to provide better services. So
who is to blame?
Buying a train carriage isnt
like visiting your Holden
dealership looking for a new
car. They take a long, long
time to build, meaning the
overcrowding on V/Line services isnt likely to disappear
any time soon.
Mr Hodgett and Mr Morris
travelled the train, showing
their concern for the travelling public, smiling for
the cameras and no doubt
theyll attack that dreaded
Labor Government for the
current situation.
But as they took their pub-

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Damian Crowe and his award


winning project with Matthew
Woolley. Photo - BMC

Science, did it start


with a big bang?

By Jessica Howard

TOM

Elephant toothpaste, fire


bubbles and bouncy eggs
were just some of the projects on display at a recent
science fair held at Bacchus
Marsh College.
Year 8 science students
spent four weeks in and out
of class working on their
projects, which were showcased in the schools drama
hall on Friday, July 24.
A number of researchbased projects were on display such as How Colour
Influences
Impressions,
How Nuclear Power Works,
How Meteorologists Read
the Weather and How to
Bounce an Egg.

A teachers award was chosen on the day and students


were also encouraged to
engage in the experiments
before placing a sticky note
on their favourite project,
which represented their vote
for the student choice award.
The winning projects were
How do Internal Combustion Engines Work? and
Fire Bubbles.
Year 8 engagement coordinator, Alex Brown said the
decision was made to hold
the schools first science fair
in order to engage students
and give them an opportunity outside the school
curriculum.
Many students express interests in areas we dont have

time to cover so it was fantastic to see them engaged


and excited about science,
she said.
I can see this event running next year, hopefully it
will only get bigger and better over the next few years.
Bacchus Marsh College student, Matthew Woolley said
the day was really enjoyable.
My favourite part of the
fair was that we were able to
be versatile in what we were
making, he said.
Fellow student, Rueben
Knott said it was a great
opportunity to learn different areas of science without
having to sit in a classroom
all day.

Restoring degraded land


By Jessica Howard
Volunteers of all ages have
gathered in the Rowsley
sunshine to celebrate a decade of tree planting.
Around 200 green thumbs
attended the 10th annual
Grow West communityplanting day in order to help
local farmers John and Tristia Lakey restore vegetation
to their 105-hectare property.
Around 5,000 seedlings
were planted in order to
restore degraded land and
improve biodiversity links.
The Lakeys purchased the
property in 2012, knowing
they had a major restoration
project on their hands.
We were in search of a
property that needed some
TLC and was an ideal location to develop or farm busi-

ness, Mr Lakey said.


Our niece and her family
have bought the farm next
door and jointly we are running Saler cattle, Ryeland
sheep and Boer goats, which
are sold directly to Melbourne restaurants as sustainable meat.
The familys whole-farm
approach is restoring the
non-arable areas of the
property, fencing waterways
and planting strategic windbreaks, which benefits not
only the environment but
also the farms productivity.
Were working to make our
property as environmentally
and productively sustainable as possible. Landholders can struggle taking on
big projects. Having so
many volunteers come and
get stuck into planting 5,000
trees is fantastic and truly

Environmental Opinion

appreciated, Mr Lakey said.


We would encourage
farmers and land managers
everywhere to think about
the future they want from
their properties and for their
children, and to look at projects like Grow West to help
them.
Grow West planting day
coordinator Emma Muir
thanked the volunteers for
their help.
Im proud to be part of such
an important environmental
project, helping the community with on-ground works
that will deliver the Grow
West vision: 10,000 hectares
revegetated that links the
Lerderderg State Park to
Werribee Gorge and to the
Brisbane Ranges Park.
For more information visit
www.growwest.com.au.

with Tom Kingston

There is no denying it, we top the sceptics list


Last week I briefly spoke of
the government of the Netherlands being ordered by the
legal system to increase its
use of renewable energy. So
now it is Australias chance;
but first of all Victoria.
There is a movement afoot
to follow the example of the
Dutch citizens. The following is about that movement
and an encouragement to
join it. This movement goes
under the catchy title of
Victoria needs a Climate
Charter. The questions
asked by the people behind
this movement are: feeling
inspired after hearing Marjan Minnesmas (the Dutch
lawyer currently speaking
in Australia about this case)
story of ordinary Dutch citizens making their government act on climate change?
Would you like to have the
power to take your government to court for their inaction on climate change? Can

you spare one minute to help


Victoria get world leading
climate legislation?
The movement writes,
Marjans story gave inspiration and hope to many who
despair of real government
action on this most crucial
of all environmental issues.
With the Abbott government
stalling Australias efforts to
tackle global warming, leadership from state governments is needed now more
than ever.
As you might be aware, although it is not headline material in the press, in 2010 the
Victorian government introduced the Victorian Climate
Change Act. Right now, the
Victorian government is
considering the future of
the states climate laws, and
is calling for public submissions on the Act. Hence,
Environmental Justice Australia is joining Friends of
the Earth, Environment

Victoria, and the Australian


Conservation Foundation to
call on the Andrews government to adopt world leading
climate change laws - the
Victorian Climate Charter.
The Climate Charter proposal would make Victoria
a world leader on climate
change. It sets binding emission reductions targets for
Victoria, establishes a climate test for decisions that
affect emissions, and gives
citizens the right to take
the government to court if
it is not meeting its climate
obligations. It is critical that
Victorians use the Climate
Change Act review to demand action, and counter
calls from industry to go soft
on tackling global warming.
****
Which advanced country
has the most climate sceptics? Hint: Its not the United
States. A new study ranks

14 industrialized nations
by climate science denial.
The following details are
thanks to the journal Global
Environmental Change. The
study that analysed identical
surveys carried out across 14
industrialized nations found
that when it comes to climate
science denial, Australia
tops the lot at 17%.
Norwegians come in second at 15 per cent, followed
by New Zealanders at 13
percent and then Americans
at 12 per cent. The U.K. was
ranked joint fifth, together
with Sweden and Finland,
where 10 per cent of people
were sceptics. The lowest
ranked country for climate
scepticism was Spain, where
only two per cent of people
were classified as climate
sceptics.
While the survey did not
directly ask people if they
accepted the science linking
climate change to human

activities, the respondents


were asked how dangerous
rising temperatures would
be for the environment.
People who thought rising temperatures were not
very dangerous or not
dangerous at all and who
also thought claims about
environmental issues were
exaggerated, were classed
as climate sceptics. While
the authors accept in the paper that their approach was
limited, they argue that the
method enables them to do
a valuable comparison of
scepticism across countries.
Generally, the study found
that climate scepticism tended to be associated with a
lack of trust in governments
and positive attitudes towards private enterprise.
Sceptics also tended to be
male and tended to vote
conservative. The researchers also tried to test the idea
that climate sceptics tended

to also be generally unconcerned about environmental


issues, but found those two
measures were only modestly linked with each other.
Across all countries, the authors wrote that only three
factors political orientations (conservative), gender
(male) and being unconcerned about environmental
issues were relatively
consistent predictors of climate change scepticism. The
findings tend to support other studies that have found
that conservative ideologies
and support for private enterprise are strong indicators
of climate scepticism and
denial. The question follows,
what can we do about these
conservative males?
What is your opinion?
Next MEG meeting: Thursday August 27th Bacchus
Marsh Library 7.30pm
All Welcome

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House hunting? What to consider

Enzo Raimondo
CEO, REIV

When looking for your


first home or an investment
property, its important not
to be overly influenced by
what youve seen on popular
home renovation shows.
Agents report hearing comments such as, it lacks the
wow factor or it just doesnt
grab me or Im looking for
my forever home.
Buying a house is the biggest purchase most of us
will ever make. So it is vital
to do thorough research,
seek advice, including financial advice, and listen to
the experts. And remember
reality television shows
are not reality. They are entertainment, edited to keep
us involved, to create those
highs and lows, those tears

and dramatic moments that


make great viewing but
which we hope to avoid in
our own lives.
Before beginning your
house hunt make a list of
everything you want from
your home or investment
property. Dont hold back.
Now, think carefully about
each item on the list and
number them in order of
priority.
For example, if you think
finding your dream home
is more important than the
location, imagine yourself
living well away from a
regional centre, or next to
major infrastructure such as
a railway line or main road.
Now where does location
rate in your priorities?

Subject each item on your


list to that ruthless assessment. Ask yourself whether
it is essential from day one.
For example, if you want a
luxury, open plan kitchen
do you need it immediately
or are you happy to add it
yourself as long as there is
enough left in your budget?
After that exercise, and
before hitting the internet,
make two lists: one of all
those items deemed essential, in order of priority; the
other, all those you would
like to have but, if compromise is needed, could live
without.
Now you are ready to start
your research: what are your
preferred areas? What is
the median price of homes

in those towns or regional


centres? What are homes
selling for there, particularly
homes the size and location
you want? Attend auctions,
study the properties and
learn the sale price.
Local agents can explain
why a home fetched a particular price did it have a
large yard, were there two
buyers in hot competition on
auction day, was it sought by
a developer?
At open homes, be guided
by your list, not first impressions. The key question
is: does this home have all
the features you decided
were essential? Try not to be
wowed by superb styling
a pretty garden, a brightly

painted fence and a carefully


weeded driveway can easily
be created; more bedrooms
or a better location, not so
easily.
Giving practical advice
can be easier than taking it.
Sometimes its hard to separate head from heart. Buyers
agents keep emotion out of
the transaction, undertaking
detailed research and drawing on their skills, training
and experience to find the
right property for buyers
who hire them. So if your
house hunt is foundering
for lack of the wow factor,
perhaps it is time to call in a
professional and hand over
your lists.

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OPEN FOR INSPECTION

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ASKING $760,000

EXECUTIVE HOME

Bacchus Marsh

7 Alice Close

This magnificent executive home has a style like no other. Comprising 4 double bedrooms with BIRs,
master with ens & WIR, study, extensive living areas including open plan lounge, separate rumpus room
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appliances, evap cooling, hydronic heating, inground pool, alfresco, landscaped gardens on a huge
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PID: 782339

Ballan

Situated in the Golf Links estate is this three bedroom dwelling. Consisting of kitchen/dining, formal
living, rumpus, balcony which has views all over Bacchus Marsh, main bathroom & ensuite to master
bedroom, heating & cooling, double garage and much more only an inspection will reveal. Externally
we have a generous size block of land, pergola area, loads of storage, views that are just stunning
wherever you look.
PID: 755330

Bacchus Marsh

Close to Myrniong Primary School & The Plough, 1/2 acre, good sized lounge with wood stove and a wall
a/c. The master bedroom has BIRs, 2nd bedroom BIRs and both with WWC. Updated kitchen with new
bench tops, new S/S gas oven & cooktop plus original wood oven. New bathroom with WC & a second
bathroom with a lovely claw foot bath. Potential 3rd bedroom currently used as office/study. Externally
we have a steel garage 11m x 6m, 2 garden sheds, a wood shed and small aviary.
PID: 805251

WHERE DESIGN & PRESENTATION MEET

Darley

ASKING $375,000

Bob Gunnell
0417 566 951

140 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

11 Seton Way

Sat 8th August 12.00-12.30pm

Situated in a quiet court location in the Underbank Estate, this home is the ultimate entertainer.
A well laid out 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with two separate living areas, expansive outdoor
entertainment area and beautiful timber kitchen with stainless steel appliances. Ducted heating
& ducted cooling compliment the overall package. Situated on a substantial 930 square metre
block.
PID: 788162

Daryl Gould
0409 233 157

ASKING $429,000

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

8 Todman Court

Exclusive family home which is only 2 years old creates a quality impression. Master Bedroom, with
WIR & ens. 3 further bedrooms with BIRs. Large kitchen, quality European stainless steel appliances &
fixtures, Caesarstone bench tops & extensive storage capacity. Large light-filled dining/living area, study
& large alfresco. Separate theatre room, over-sized double garage with access to the 744sqm block, gas
central heating & split system cooling, well-maintained gardens.
PID: 803886

Sat 8th August 11.00-11.30pm

Bacchus Marsh

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

COLONIAL ENTERTAINER

Sat 8th August 12.00-12.30pm


ASKING $330,000

32 Hardy Street

10 Tate Street

This lovely home has instant appeal for the big family. On a 890m block this house features 4 bed plus
study, formal lounge, rumpus & family room. 3 living areas, huge master bedroom with full ensuite &
fantastic kitchen with an island bench & S/S appliances. In total 30sqs of living are yours to enjoy including
a big double garage & externally landscaped gardens & ponds, plus a concrete in ground pool for the
kids to enjoy.
PID: 798965

Sat 8th August 1.00-1.30pm

Myrniong

ASKING $495,000

FANTASTIC FAMILY LIVING

OPEN FOR INSPECTION


PEACE & QUIET IN MYRNIONG

Sat 1st August 12.00-12.30pm


ASKING $395,000

3 Gleneagles Court

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

OPEN FOR INSPECTION

Bacchus Marsh

22 McMahon Drive

Innovation meets style in this spacious family home. Well positioned on a large 722m in the popular
Highlands Estate in Ballan. Cleverly designed with plenty of options for entertainment or just kicking back.
Boasting a master bedroom with WIR & Ensuite, bedrooms 2, 3 & 4 with BIRs, open plan kitchen/dining
living area, remote controlled double garage with interior access, separate formal lounge/dining. Outside
there is plenty of room to park the boat or caravan and let the kids run free.
PID: 805249

Sat 8th August 11.00-11.30pm

YOU CAN SEE FOREVER!

ASKING $360,000

BIG, BRIGHT & BRAND NEW

ASKING $435,000

MASSIVE POTENTIAL!

Bacchus Marsh

55 Grey Street

With loads of potential & plenty of room to refurbish or develop. Located on a large corner block within
walking distance to schools, child care, sporting facilities and shops. The unique floorplan offers 5
bedrooms, 3 with BIRs, the master with an ens & WIR. There is an abundance of living space with kitchen,
dining, lounge, study. Outside there is a substantial 12m x 8m shed/workshop. On a huge 1550m block
with front and side access, ideal for future development (STCA).
PID: 803191

Peter Leonard
0429 671 990

Ph 5367 2333

Steve Creese
0475 888 101

Ian McDonald
0418 522 549

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MN0550G2

LEN SMITH

www.lensmith.com.au

REAL ESTATE

Popular Maddingley! - INSPECT SATURDAY

MADDINGLEY 3 Franklin Street

Superb family friendly address positioned in a tree lined street on a


block of approximately 900sqm. Comprising of 4 spacious bedrooms,
large lounge, high ceilings, neat bathroom, renovated kitchen, dining
room, and sun room at the rear of the home. Outside features double
carport, separate workshop/garage, teenagers retreat/bungalow.
Gardens with fruit trees, veggie garden, fernery and assorted shade
houses. Conveniently located close to Grammar & Bacchus Marsh
Secondary College, shops, Maddingley Park and public transport.

A Touch of Paradise - INSPECT SATURDAY

Inspect: Sat 10.00-10.30am


Price: $379,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Premier Renovator/Development Opportunity - INSPECT SATURDAY

BACCHUS MARSH 91 Gisborne Road

Occupying a generous 929sqm (approx) block of land, this original


3 bedroom home is limited only by your creativity. Providing 3 large
bedrooms and a centralised kitchen with formal dining area, brightly
lit living room, separate laundry, neat & tidy bathroom. The home
provides all the essential foundations for creative refurbishment with
ample space for extension. Centrally located to Main Street Village
Shopping, Premier Primary Schools, Masons Lane Sports Reserve, &
Railway Station.

DARLEY 16 Cunningham Close

Inspect: Sat 12.00-12.30pm


Price: $329,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

BACCHUS MARSH 56 Masons Lane

Inspect: Sat 11.00-11.30am


Price: $269,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

BACCHUS MARSH 29A Graham Street

Superbly designed with Northerly aspect. Absolutely immaculate


inside and out, boasting high ceilings, double hung windows,
large lounge room with adjoining meals/dining area and quality
kitchen with walk-in pantry. Family sized bathroom with double
shower, low allergy floor heating and evaporative cooling. Single
garage/workspace with auto remote, front verandah, sun soaked
courtyard area, low maintenance garden and a side fernery. Close
to Main Street Shopping, Cafes and Railway Station.

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $345,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

ELDORADO

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $329,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

In the centre of town!

A chance to renovate or redevelopment. In the same family ownership


for over 65 years this cement sheet clad home sits on a huge 1163
sqm allotment with general residential zoning. 3 bedrooms, study,
living room, kitchen/meals area and bathroom. Separate large
character styled one bedroom bungalow with living/kitchen area.
You have the chance to build your dream home here or use for unit
development S.T.C.A. It is all here for you! Ideally located to popular
Primary Schools, Village Shopping Center and Masons Lane Reserve.

Location, You Will Love It!

Spacious Home in Quiet Court

Beyond the modest faade of this comfortable home lies a remarkably


spacious, private and convenient home. The home is designed to take in the
North aspect and the land size is approximately 1100sqm. Set back from the
street and offering a versatile floorplan, neatly presented interiors, spacious
lounge, adjoining dining room, kitchen/meals area. 3 generous bedrooms
master with WIR & ensuite, central bathroom and laundry. Outside you will
find established gardens, paved driveway, 4 car carport. Set in a quiet court
only minutes from Primary Schools and local Shopping Centre.

BACCHUS MARSH 9 Shea Street

Land size of approx 589sqm. Features a spacious lounge with gas


heating & split system a/c, wood heater, modern kitchen with quality
appliances, 3 good sized bedrooms, neat & tidy bathroom and
laundry, freshly painted throughout, polished timber flooring is a real
feature. Outside is a covered pergola area, single carport & garden
shed, very well established garden setting. Located only minutes to
Main Street Shops, Schools, Medical Facilities, & Train Station. Dont
miss this opportunity.

BACCHUS MARSH 13 Stamford Close

You will think you have struck gold when you discover this
magnificently located central vacant block of land that is perfectly
positioned to Main Street Shops, popular Primary Schools,
Medical Facilities and the Railway Station. Approximately 650
sqm in size and tucked away at the end of a fabulous court this
block offers the potential to build your dream home or make a
great development site.

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $299,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Town Central! - PRICE REDUCED

Inspect: By appointment
Price: $345,000
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

BACCHUS MARSH 20 Young Street

You could not find a better location to Bacchus Marsh Village


Shopping Centre and local Primary Schools. This solid brick home Inspect: By appointment
is worthy of a renovation or development from here, (S.T.C.A). 3
bedrooms, lounge, dining, kitchen/meals. Set on a large block
Price Reduced: $369,000
the possibilities are endless, call today!
Len Smith: 0418 343 754
Web Id: -

Phone: 5367 8128

Mobile: 0418 343 754

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MN0550G2

LEN SMITH

www.lensmith.com.au

REAL ESTATE

AUCTION Saturday 15 August at 11 am ON SITE

US
L
P
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ACR

51-61 MAIN STREET, BACCHUS MARSH


BANOOL
BLUE CHIP LOCATION, OUTSTANDING DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
Forming an integral part of Bacchus Marshs rich heritage Banool circa 1929 is a superb example of the architectural elegance
of this era. Magnificently advantaged by a coveted North-East aspect displaying glorious views overlooking the Bacchus Marsh
Township, all within walking distance to local amenities.
Set on a significant allotment of 8890sqm or 2 acres plus, represents an exceptional opportunity for potential subdivisional
development S.T.C.A. Alternatively, the home features high decorative ceilings, timber flooring, leadlight windows, feature timber
wall panelling define elegant formal living areas. Accompanied by 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, study and all living areas overlooking
old style gardens.
Zoned general residential this redevelopment opportunity enjoys close proximity to village shops, cafes, restaurants, train station
& great schools.
Term: 10% DEPOSIT , BALANCE 30/60 DAYS

166 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh

Phone: 5367 8128

Mobile: 0418 343 754

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Enjoy creative projects through the
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LEOJuly 23-August 22

Stars & Puzzles


Forgetful moments are sprinkled through the week, leading to a touch of embarrassment. The romantic picture
gets much more complex - but theres hardly a cause for
concern.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22

QUICK PUZZLE

ARIESMarch 21-April 20
Wherever you find yourself, you find yourself in the centre of attention. Watch out for moods, a loved one may
be tense, a child may be sulking. Teamwork is emphasized on the weekend.
TAURUSApril 21-May 22
Generally, your luckiest week in months. Its also a time
to be more receptive to loved ones and much more patient when dealing with complaining friends.
GEMINIMay 23-June 21
Healthy competition makes this week a success. A friends
ego could use a good boost, appeal to the sentimental
side. There may be possible friction with neighbours on
the weekend.

6.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
16.
20.
22.
23.
24.
25.

ACROSS
Transparent (3-7)
Relative (4)
Mistake (4)
Wellknown (5)
Jug (4)
Cutting (9)
Game (9)
Manager (4)
Tenderness (5)
Spoil (4)
Open (4)
Gather (10)

NO. 8915

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
7.
13.
14.
15.
17.
18.
19.
21.

DOWN
Antenna (6)
Wage (7)
Language (6)
Fasten (6)
Shelter (5)
Below (5)
Tot (3)
Lie (7)
Dog (5)
Prizes (6)
Sensible (6)
East (6)
Yell (5)

CRYPTIC PUZZLE

ACROSS
6. Does money come a big first with him? (10). 8. A letter, or is it a circular, inside? (4). 9. The previous one did
wear well (4). 10. When the cat retuirned, protecting,
ourselves, the bird (5). 11. Left one to tie it up (4). 12.
Heard of an amalgamation, but wasnt worried (3,2,4).
16. Sunny days fit to take prams out in (4,5). 20. The
singer is a b----- fool! (4). 22. Again snapped back Its a
river! (5). 23. Furnituer is made from it, sugar (4). 24.
Just so! (4). 25. Not cut out to be a tailors dummy (10).
DOWN
1. A festival will be held in the morning, back in port (6).
2. Not close to being friendly? (7). 3. Stop and fire (3.3).
4. The rest of Spain (6). 5. Picture, to this day (5). 7.
Strain the broth (5). 13. Turning right again, do the wrong
thing (3). 14. Changing places with one, in particular (7).
15. Bother with neither Tom nor Dick? (5). 17. Am by the
coach an hour after, when theres an attack (6). 18. Drive
back and have a drink, on edge (6). 19. Wishing for company, the man goes to the city (6). 21. On the way out,
having a drink (5).

SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8914

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 6, Capital-Ist. 8, I-O-t-a. 9, Last. 10, O-us-eL.
11, L-ace. 12, Had no fear (anag.). 16, W-arm sp-ell. 20,
B-ass. 22, Tib-er (rev.). 23, Cane. 24, Ergo. 25, Un-suitable.
Down - 1, M-alag-a (rev.). 2, Distant. 3, Lay off. 4, Siesta. 5, Still. 7, Stock. 13, er-R (rev.). 14, Spec-I-al. 15,
Harry. 17, Am-bus-h. 18, Mar-gin. 19, Lon-Ely. 21, Stout.

QUICK SOLUTIONS
Across - 1, Going straight. 8, Begin. 9, Collier. 10, Litter. 11, Status. 12, Scold. 14, Sport. 18, Harass. 20,
Bridge. 23, Recount. 24, Needs. 25, Sleeping pills.
Down - 1, Gabble. 2, Ingot. 3, Genteel. 4, Tick. 5, Allot.
6, Glitter. 7, Thrush. 13, Coracle. 15, Parsnip. 16, Chorus. 17, Versus. 19, Slump. 21, Dwell. 22, Stun.

CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Across - 1, Dead reckoning. 8, Mails (males). 9, Decided. 10, (mor)N(ing)-oggin. 11, Crease. 12, Steer. 14,
Steal. 18, Rattle. 20, Bright. 23, Mo-nit-or (rev.). 24,
Seedy. 25, Racing tipster.
Down - 1, Demand. 2, A-wing. 3, Re-spite. 4 ,Co-dE. 5,
O-CC-ur. 6, Indiana (anag.). 7, Gad-get. 13, T-it-anic.
15, Turns up . 16, Primer. 17, Stayer. 19, Lati-N. 21,
Great. 22, Tr-ot.

CANCERJune 22-July 22
Surprise guests and new business ideas highlight the
week. Dont take on new obligations without soul searching and consultation. Enjoy creative projects through the
weekend.
LEOJuly 23-August 22
Forgetful moments are sprinkled through the week, leading to a touch of embarrassment. The romantic picture
gets much more complex - but theres hardly a cause for
concern.
VIRGOAugust 23-September 22
This is a great week for a celebration, whether or not
theres an occasion. Investigation should be the weeks
policy - question prices, motives or anything too good to
be true.
LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
Its a chatty week, with business conferences and juicy
gossip featured. There may be a financial gain by the
weekend and a surprise visit earlier in the week.

SUDOKU

SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21

Plan your week carefully and watch out for people making acceptances on your behalf. Be more tactful, even
friendly with distant relatives.

NUMBER GAME

SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22

ANSWER BELOW

This is a creatively bright week - good for commencing


major projects. Watch your health this week. Healthwise
its easy for you to catch things. Family decisions affect
you after the weekend. An expected promotion may be
delayed.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
Romantically a mellow week, but watch the tendency to
give in too much. Plans may have to be shelved until the
beginning of next month. The moneybelt can finally be
eased a little.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19
The week generally favours acquisitions - anything from
picking up a new piece of furniture to finding a stray
dog. Some roadblocks at the work place, but romance is
on the upswing.

PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
Your greatest enjoyment now is with groups. Be more
conservative at work, less so in your personal relationships. An important agreement may have to be postponed.
New friendships blossom.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
You are said to be fifty years ahead of your time and next
year your ideas will be more advanced than ever.
Financial gains are indicated. For romances sake, be
more honest in expressing your feelings.

This is a great week for a celebration, whether or not


theres an occasion. Investigation should be the weeks
policy - question prices, motives or anything too good to
be true.

LIBRASeptember 23-October 22
Its a chatty week, with business conferences and juicy
gossip featured. There may be a financial gain by the
weekend and a surprise visit earlier in the week.
SCORPIOOctober 23-November 21
Plan your week carefully and watch out for people making acceptances on your behalf. Be more tactful, even
friendly with distant relatives.
SAGITTARIUSNovember 22-December 22
This is a creatively bright week - good for commencing
major projects. Watch your health this week. Healthwise
its easy for you to catch things. Family decisions affect
you after the weekend. An expected promotion may be
delayed.
CAPRICORNDecember 23-January 20
Romantically a mellow week, but watch the tendency to
give in too much. Plans may have to be shelved until the
beginning of next month. The moneybelt can finally be
eased a little.
AQUARIUSJanuary 21-February 19
The week generally favours acquisitions - anything from
picking up a new piece of furniture to finding a stray
dog. Some roadblocks at the work place, but romance is
on the upswing.

PISCESFebruary 20-March 20
Your greatest enjoyment now is with groups. Be more
conservative at work, less so in your personal relationships. An important agreement may have to be postponed.
New friendships blossom.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
You are said to be fifty years ahead of your time and next
year your ideas will be more advanced than ever.
Financial gains are indicated. For romances sake, be
more honest in expressing your feelings.

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Across - 6, See-through. 8, Aunt. 9, Slip . 10, Noted. 11,
Ewer. 12, Trenchant. 16, Badminton. 20, Boss. 22, Heart.
23, Ruin. 24, Undo. 25, Understand.
Down - 1, Feeler. 2, Stipend. 3, French. 4, Button. 5,
Shade. 7, Under. 13, Add. 14, Untruth. 15, Hound. 17,
Awards. 18, Mature. 19, Orient. 21, Shout.

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STONEMASON

DEATH NOTICE

FUNERALS

FUNERALS

SMETHURST (Johnson) Vera Jean


Sadly passed away at St. John of God Hospital, Ballarat on
28.7.2015 Aged 94.
Dearly loved Wife of Alf (dec), loved and cherished Mother
of Pamela, Janice and Suzanne loved and respected Mother
in law of George Dobney (dec), Robert Webster and Gilbert
Arnold. Loved Nanna of Shane, Adrian, Darryl and Glenn,
Dale and Sharon. Treasured Nanna Vera of Caitlyn, Emma,
Patrick, Eliza and Olivia, Liam, Carson and Madalen, Justin
and Laura, Sarah and Sophie.
Reunited with dad after 35 years.
Forever in our Hearts.

PAT CASHIN

FUNERALS
1114 Doveton St. Nth,
Ballarat

Ph: 5333 3911

FUNERAL NOTICE

All Hours

SMETHURST (Johnson)
The Funeral Service to give thanks for the life of the late Mrs
Vera Jean Smethurst will be held at Holy Trinity Anglican
bool News
Church, Gisborne Road Bacchus Marsh on Thursday, August 6
pril 2015 2015 commencing at 11.00am
In accordance with the familys wishes at the conclusion of the
service a private family burial will be held at the Maddingley
Lawn Cemetery Bacchus Marsh.

Veras family wish to extend a warm invitation to everyone


neral Service for the late Mr Dion Wernicke will be held in Crawfords Chapel, 226 Main
to join them for refreshments at St. Bernards Church Parish
Bacchus Marsh on Friday, April 24 2015 commencing at 10.30am
Centre, Lerderderg Street Bacchus Marsh at the conclusion of
A Private Cremation will follow.
the service in the church.

IN THE CARE OF

Bacchus Marsh Ballan
53676733

DEATH NOTICE

Hughes Anthony (Tony)


8.7.1933 1.8.2015
Passed away peacefully at home.
Dearly loved husband of Muriel. Much loved and loving
father of Teresa, Zita, Maria, Andrea, Patrick, Christopher
and Bernardine.
Loved Father in law of Louis, Leanne, Elizabeth and Paul.
Adored Grandad of 21 grandchildren and 3 great
grandchildren.
Always Loved
eral Notice
Sadly Missed

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$20 a basket.
Can pick up & drop off
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Barb 0447 015 559
or 5368 1536

STOCKFEED
25kg bag
Oaten Chaff $15
Lucerne Chaff $22
Oats $12
Barley $11
Wheat $12
AT BALLAN
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Saturday 8 August
Phone orders
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FUNERAL NOTICE
HUGHES

Phone Marlene

pril 2015 The Funeral Service for the late Mr Anthony (Tony) Hughes

will be held in Our Chapel, 226 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh


on Tuesday, August 11 2015 commencing at 11.00am. At the
0409 445 287
conclusion of the Service the Funeral will leave the Chapel for
CKE
the Maddingley Cemetery, Bacchus Marsh.
No flowers by request.
neral Service for the late Mr Dion Wernicke will be held in Crawfords Chapel, 226 Main
FOR SALE
Bacchus Marsh on Friday, April 24 2015 commencing at 10.30am
In lieu, please consider a donation to the Ballarat Cancer
A Private Cremation will follow.
Research Centre in memory of Tony, envelopes will be available
USED SHIPPING
at the chapel.

CONTAINERS
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WILSON
MEMORIALS

Creaney, Clare
31.7.1921 2.8.2015
Aged 94 years
Passed away peacefully
Surrounded by her loving family.
Loved and cherished wife of Kevin (dec). Devoted
and caring Mum of Ben and Chris, Jerry and Sabina,
Kathy and Graeme and Michael. Special Nanna of 9
grandchildren. 9 great grandchildren and 2 on the way.
Forever in our Hearts

eral Notice
Dion Wernicke

CKE

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Call Sue
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PUBLIC NOTICE

WORK WANTED

Rowsley Landcare
Group Inc.

Reliable mature
lady seeks work
House cleaner
Pet Sitter
Window cleaner
- Honest
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- Non-smoker
- References available

A.G.M.
12th August 2015
8.00pm at the
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Glenmore Road, Rowsley
Guest Speaker
All Welcome
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5369 2261

Call Jan 0447 490 960

PUBLIC NOTICE
Korweinguboora Recreation Reserve
Notice is given of a
Public Meeting
To be held at the Korweinguboora Recreation
Reserve on 10th of August 2015 commencing at
7:30 PM.
The purpose of the meeting is to nominate no less
than three (3) nor more than nine (9) persons as the
Committee of Management for the Korweinguboora
Recreation Reserve for a term of three years. The
current committees term will expire on 24th of
August 2015.
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 Department of Environment, Land, Water
and Planning office on 5336 6856 or at the meeting.
For further enquiries please contact the Committee
Secretary, Gerd Bossinger on 0400 849 360 or via
email korweinguboorarecreserve@gmail.com

Lost and Found


Available for Adoption
Jock Male Kelpie, Tri
coloured, approximately 2
years.
Meow-Colm Male, Domestic Medium Hair, Tabby,
approximately 2-3 years.
Domestic Long Hair, Silver
Tabby & White, 8 years.
Female Domestic Medium
Hair, White & Black, approximately 6-12 months.
Male Domestic Short Hair,
Black approximately 1-3
years.
Male, Domestic Short Hair,
Ginger & White, approximately 1-3 years.

Male Kelpie, Tri, approximately 1-3 years.


FOUND in Darley
Male, Staffordshire cross,
White and Black, approximately 2 years (pictured).

Lost or Found a dog or cat? Keep up to date with


impounded animals on Councils Pet Adoption
Facebook page Moorabool Pet Adoption.
(MSC DAB 2014-003)
For more information contact Council Customer
Service on 5366 7100.

Sport

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Gordon Football
Gordon v Skipton

Under 7 & 8 athletes on the 1km course.

Bacchus Marsh Little Athletics

The Centre Cross Country meet was held at Egans Reserve, Greendale last Saturday morning. This was the first race at
this venue this season. Although a relatively flat course, the continual change of directions through the winding course of
the reserve didnt allow for many fast times to be recorded. The overnight and early morning showers also made it slippery
underfoot but thankfully the showers had blown over by the time races were due to commence.
This Saturdays Cross Country meet will see athletes return to Bostock Reservoir, Ballan. The following week, August 15
there will be no home run. The season will then conclude on August 22 at Masons Lane, where a handicap format will be
conducted for all races. The theme of this meet will be Crazy Socks, where all athletes are encouraged to wear a pair of crazy
socks to run in. The season presentations will then be conducted at the conclusion of all races.

Bacchus Marsh Soccer


Senior Men
Bacchus Marsh (6) def Forest Rangers (2)
After conceding an early goal the team quickly equalised
and took control of the game. Leading comfortably 4-1 at half
time. The team was rarely troubled and came home strongly
with two late goals to seal the match.
Under 17s
Bacchus Marsh (3) drew Vic Park (3)
Goals - J Cinel 1, C Madacki, T Marozzi.
Under 16s
Bacchus Marsh (3) def Sebastopol (1)
Goals Emilee 1, Ailish, Natalie.
Under 14C
Barnstoneworth (2) def Bacchus Mars(0).

Under 13s

Vic Park Red (6) def Bacchus Blue (1)

The Scorpions put in a great team effort, putting pressure


on the top team. Despite the score, the team made their
opposition work hard and earn their win.
Goal - Kristian Rabottini.

Under 11s Blue

North Ballarat (4) def Bacchus Marsh (1).


Under 9 Gold

The junior coach said it was a huge team effort and the kids
played fantastic with every player scoring goals.
Final score Bacchus Marsh Gold (22) def Forest Rangers (0).

Seniors
The seniors played a solid four quarters that saw them
easily get the four points. The team played a consistent game
against a defiant Skipton team. Coach Corey Grills said it
was a good chance to consolidate our percentage going into a
tight finals series. Forward Steve Nicholson sits equal leader
on the goal kicking ladder with 60 for the season.
Best - Luke Gunnell, Ben Quinlan, Brad Hallam.
Reserves
In boggy conditions the team recorded a good win. Three
under 18 boys, Mitch Peterkin, Issac Bowker and Shane Hicks
stepped up and performed well. Better performers were John
Manchee, Stu Miller, Dave Young and Robbie Winter.
Under 18
Although the boys did not come away with a win their
coach said their persistence and team work has continued
to develop over the season. Better players were Shane, Isaac,
Matt, Zac, Nick, Darcy and Declan.
Under 15
It was a great display of teamwork from the juniors against
Skipton. Players ran hard and linked well to move the ball
down the field and were rewarded on the scoreboard. The
defence was strong and the midfield dominant . Prominent
players included Macauley Griffiths, Mitchell Labbett and
Ethan Valentine.
Awards - Reilly Cording, Tyron McGinness, Ben Frazer, Kye
Dunell, Kade Winter.
Under 12
After an improved training session this week the team came
out full of confidence and got the first score on the board.
Up against a quality opposition in Skipton the team attacked
each contest and gave their all. A four quarter effort from
every player was not quite enough to get them over the line
for the win. A solid team effort.

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GLASS panels (2) VGC $80 lot


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HORSE Tack room cupboard
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shelves, plus fits 2 saddles $30 0434235770
JACKET Aust made Ladies Imitation
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FENCE Gallagher fence strainer $40


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LOCKERS (2) metal lockers $50ea


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PLATE Black & gold butterfly plate


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PUMP 6.5 horsepower water pump


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PUMP spa bath pump, spa-quip 500


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RAINCOAT XL with hood, High
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ROAD SIGN Green Exit Sign for Bar
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SEATS Car booster seats (2) Britax


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SHOWER SCREEN, good condition,
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TABLE Massage Table, hardly used.
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TABLE, bedside, 3 drawer, solid


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TV Panasonic 68cm. Perfect working


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TV CABINET older style, led


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Ballarat Football League


Results - Round 15
Seniors
Darley 23.20 (158) def Melton South 11.13 (79)
East Point 23.18 (156) def Bacchus Marsh 6.5 (41)
Lake Wendouree 16.17 (113) def Ballarat 10.8 (68)
Sebastopol 13.5 (83) def Melton 12.7 (79)
North Ballarat City 15.8 (98) def Sunbury 10.10 (70)
Reserves
Darley 19.15 (129) def Melton South 4.2 (26)
East Point 13.9 (87) def Bacchus Marsh 9.12 (66)
Lake Wendouree 16.10 (106) def Ballarat 2.4 (16)
Melton 8.4 (52) def Sebastopol 4.16 (40)
Sunbury 16.9 (105) def North Ballarat City 0.3 (3)
U/18.5s
Melton South 9.9 (63) def Darley 8.7 (55)
East Point 14.9 (93) def Bacchus Marsh 0.8 (8)
Lake Wendouree 15.9 (99) def Ballarat 8.10 (58)
Sunbury 11.11 (77) def North Ballarat City 1.5 (11)

Ballarat Junior Football League


Results Round 14
U/16.5 Seniors
Ballarat 13.12 (90) def Sebastopol 1.0 (6)
East Ballarat 22.13 (145) def Darley 1.4 (10)
Bacchus Marsh 19.11(125) def Mount Clear 1.3 (9)
North Ballarat 6.8 (44) def Redan 2.5 (17)
U/16.5 Reserves
Bacchus Marsh 13.16 (94) def Ballarat 4.3 (27)
Darley 11.8 (74) def East Ballarat 2.0 (12)
North Ballarat 17.6 (108) def Redan 3.3 (21)
U/14 Seniors
Ballarat 12.12 (84) def Sebastopol 0.0 (0)
East Ballarat 8.5 (53) def Darley 4.7 (31)
Mount Clear 10.12 (72) def Bacchus Marsh 1.1 (7)
Redan 5.12 (42) def North Ballarat 3.4 (22)
U/14 Reserves
Ballarat 25.19 (169) def Sebastopol 0.1 (1)
Darley 13.21 (99) def East Ballarat 1.1 (7)
Bacchus Marsh 7.5 (47) def Mount Clear 2.2 (14)
North Ballarat 1.7 (13) def Redan 1.3 (9)
U/12 Seniors
Ballarat 17.16 (118) def Sebastopol 0.2 (2)
East Ballarat 6.8 (44) def Darley 4.4 (28)
Mount Clear 4.14 (38) def Bacchus Marsh 1.0 (6)
Redan 10.9 (69) def North Ballarat 4.4 (28)
U/12 Reserves
Ballarat 3.6 (24) def Sebastopol 2.1 (13)
East Ballarat 3.4 (22) def Darley 2.0 (12)
Mount Clear 6.8 (44) def Bacchus Marsh 0.0 (0)
North Ballarat 8.17 (65) def Redan 0.0 (0)

BFL Youth Girls


Qualifying Final 1
Lake Wendouree 6.10 (46) def Gisborne Rookies 0.0 (0)
Elimination Final 1
Ararat 7.2 (44) def Darley 3.5 (23)
Goals Darley - Abbi Bolt 2, Charlee Macpherson 1
Best Darley - Liv Mifsud, Chloe Wallace, Emily Robertson,
Bethany Cahill, Maddison James, Chloe Ascough
Elimination Final 2
Sebastopol 6.6 (42) def Ballarat 3.2 (20)
Qualifying Final 2
Redan 8.8 (56) def Mcdfnl 0.0 (0)
Semi Final 2
Mcdfnl 7.2 (44) def Sebastopol 3.0 (18)
Semi Final 1
Gisborne Rookies 2.4 (16) def Ararat 1.2 (8)

Womens Football
Results Sunday 2 August

Bacchus Marsh v Melton


Melton 7-10-52 def Bacchus Marsh 4-2-26.
Best - K Woodroffe, E Crawford, A Bertram, C Leyton,
A Callow, A Wallis
Goals - K Woodroffe 2, E Sculley 1, C Leyton

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BFL
Ladder

BFL Junior Goal Kickers


U/16.5 Seniors
Callum Mc Kay
Blake Graham
Kain Dickson

Lake Wendouree.................... 35
Bacchus Marsh....................... 32
Darley.......................................17

U/16.5 Reserves
Samuel Duffy
Rylan Porter
Zac Wheelahan

North Ballarat City................ 29


Bacchus Marsh........................17
Bacchus Marsh........................11

U/14 Seniors
Noah McIntosh
Jai Farrell-Dodemaide
Connor Ascough

Lake Wendouree.................... 35
Darley...................................... 30
Darley...................................... 13

U/14 Reserves
Matthew Arnold
Joshua Arnold
Regan King
Malakye Martin

Darley...................................... 29
Darley.......................................16
Darley.......................................14
Bacchus Marsh....................... 13

U/12 Seniors
Will Johnson
Zane Colley
Spencer Jenks
Jett Fuller

Darley...................................... 26
Darley...................................... 23
Bacchus Marsh....................... 21
Darley...................................... 12

U/12 Reserves
Tynan Oakley

Sebastopol............................... 20

BFL Top Goal Kickers


Seniors
Peter Shepherd
Jake Edwards
Dane Grenfell
Rhys Ellis
HarleyInglis

Bacchus Marsh....................... 44
Darley...................................... 41
Darley...................................... 32
Darley...................................... 32
Darley...................................... 28

Reserves
Jarryd Walters East Point................................ 52
Scott Howson
Bacchus Marsh....................... 23
U/18.5s
Ash Mc Cafferty

Lake Wendouree.................... 42

Seniors
Team
% PTS
1 Redan....................... 230.57 56
2 North Ballarat City....195.24 52
3 Darley........................172.32 48
4 Lake Wendouree..... 164.34 48
5 East Point..................120.69 36
6 Bacchus Marsh..........85.03 32
7 Sunbury....................103.04 28
8 Melton....................... 63.68 22
9 Melton South..............53.05 14
10 Ballarat......................75.68 12
11 Sebastopol................ 31.85 12
Reserves
1 Redan........................326.85 52
2 Melton...................... 162.36 44
3 Darley........................160.38 40
4 East Point..................141.66 40
5 Sunbury....................136.72 40
6 North Ballarat City.....111.11 40
7 Lake Wendouree......116.06 32
8 Bacchus Marsh.......... 97.87 32
9 Ballarat.......................42.54 16
10 Sebastopol................43.35 12
11 Melton South.............34.58 12
U/18.5s
1 East Point................. 344.08 60
2 Redan........................ 215.16 48
3 North Ballarat City....208.77 48
4 Melton ......................208.37 40
5 Sunbury....................131.58 36
6 Lake Wendouree......120.51 32
7 Bacchus Marsh.......... 83.12 32
8 Ballarat....................... 87.43 18
9 Melton South..............40.55 18
10 Darley........................33.33 16
11 Sebastopol..................26.52 8

Darley Junior Football Netball Club


Round 14 v East Ballarat
FOOTBALL
U/10 Seniors
GOALS Max Hoey, Joel Freeman, Rockey
Hoey
AWARDS Aidyn Bartolo, Jett Fischer, James
Fuller.
U/10 Reserves
GOALS Jayven Tanner 2
AWARDS Lachlan Nash, Liam Solomon,
James Prior, Riley Oakley.
U/12 SENIORS
Darley 4-4-28 lost East Ballarat 6-8-44
GOALS Jett Fuller 2, Riley Bankowski 1,
Hayden Nash
AWARDS Blake Fuller, Brady Wright, Ty
Closter, Aaron Cadman, Jett Fuller, Adam
Azzopardi, Will Porter.
U/12 Reserves
Darley 2-0-12 lost East Ballarat 3-4-22
GOALS James Martindale 1, Joel Little.
U/14 Seniors
Darley 4-7-31 lost East Ballarat 8-5-53
GOALS- Dylan Jobson 1, Cohen Lesueur,
Cooper Rhodes, Matt Arnold
AWARDS Matt Arnold, Liam Cornford,
Max Beaumont, Ayden Tanner, Cooper
Rhodes, Bailey Parsons, Connor Currie,
Reece Allen, Rylan Tanner, Nash Lesueur.
U/14 Reserves
Darley 13-21-99 def East Ballarat 1-1-7
GOALS Josh Arnold 3, Matt Arnold 2, Jake
Oakley, Riley Randall, Jett Fuller 1, Austin
Rantall, Brad Crampton, Trae Van Leth
AWARDS Austin Rantall, Josh Welton, Ben
Hutcheon, Trae Van Leth, Lachlan Oakley,
Riley Randall.
U/16.5 Seniors
Darley 1-4-10 lost East Ballarat 22-13-145
GOALS- Zac Butters 1.

U/16.5 Reserves
Darley 11-8-74 def East Ballarat 2-0-12
GOALS Rhys Scerri 3, Andrew Azzopardi
2, Bryce Galea, Blake Colley 1, Nick Brayshaw,
Duncan Cadman, Kaiden McGowan
AWARDS Baiden Leonard, Mitchell Brown,
Dyson Budge and Bailey Parsons.
NETBALL
U/11 Reserves
Darley v East Ballarat
GOALS Tasman Broadway 3
U/13 Seniors
Darley 22 lost East Ballarat 31
GOALS Tylah Wright 15, Tenaya Mills 7
U/13 Reserves
Darley 15 def East Ballarat 6
GOALS Edyn Thomas 8, Prue SoleyHowlett 7
AWARDS Edyn Thomas, Molly Magrath
and Makita Spence.
U/15 Seniors
Darley 52 def East Ballarat 7
AWARDS Charlee Keating.
U/15 RESERVES
Darley 32 def East Ballarat 13
AWARDS Mikayla Benbow.
U/17 Seniors
Darley 19 lost East Ballarat 52
GOALS Ruby Wilkie 9, Maegan Taylor 7
Alesha Winzar 3
AWARDS Tamika Taylor, Ruby Wilkie,
Maegan Taylor, Maddy Taylor, Regan Maher,
Olivia Mills, Abby Solomon, Alesha Winzar.
U/17 Reserves
Darley 16 lost Lake Wendouree 32
GOALS- Mikayla Benbow 5, Emma Winzar
2, Aleesha Winzar, Rebekah Hibberd 1
AWARDS Alesha Winzar, Izzy Fischer,
Rebekah Hibberd.

BFL
Junior
Ladder
U/16.5 Seniors
Team
% PTS
1 East Ballarat............ 354.87 56
2 Redan........................218.24 46
3 North Ballarat............238.76 42
4 Bacchus Marsh......... 184.15 40
5 Darley.........................98.74 32
6 Lake Wendouree......106.87 28
7 Ballarat.......................85.73 16
8 Mount Clear...............31.20 16
9 Sebastopol................... 12.14 8
U/16.5 Reserves
1 North Ballarat............719.55 56
2 Bacchus Marsh.........274.92 48
3 Ballarat . ...................129.77 36
4 Lake Wendouree.............57 36
5 Redan.........................77.20 24
6 Darley.........................35.28 12
7 East Ballarat................13.92 8
8 Mount Clear..................0.00 0
9 Sebastopol....................0.00 0
U/14 Seniors
1 Lake Wendouree......837.30 56
2 Ballarat...................... 171.82 40
3 Redan........................161.86 40
4 East Ballarat.............126.77 32
5 Darley......................... 98.17 32
6 North Ballarat............. 79.17 32
7 Mount Clear.............. 110.31 28
8 Bacchus Marsh . .......26.00 16
9 Sebastopol................... 12.12 8
U/14 Reserves
1 Ballarat..................... 435.68 52
2 Lake Wendouree......412.93 52
3 Darley........................251.81 44
4 North Ballarat............146.71 36
5 Bacchus Marsh.........172.91 32
6 Redan........................153.71 24
7 East Ballarat.............. 27.01 20
8 Mount Clear...............24.23 16
9 Sebastopol....................6.20 8
U/12 Seniors
1 East Ballarat............ 246.64 46
2 Darley....................... 340.24 44
3 Mount Clear..............216.00 44
4 Ballarat...................... 190.13 42
5 Bacchus Marsh.........218.37 32
6 Redan........................ 111.20 28
7 North Ballarat.............78.01 20
8 Lake Wendouree.......24.31 20
9 Sebastopol....................0.94 8
U/12 Reserves
1 North Ballarat...........1041.38 52
2 Sebastopol................231.03 50
3 Ballarat......................148.71 36
4 Mount Clear..............109.69 36
5 East Ballarat ............ 86.30 34
6 Lake Wendouree ......46.73 24
7 Darley......................... 63.17 20
8 Redan........................ 56.34 20
9 Bacchus Marsh...........21.10 12

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The Bacchus Marsh Football Netball Club travelled up to Ballarat


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team seemed to lose their way with little support and direction
being applied on the field. The Cobras have 2 games remaining
1-9 Bennett Street, Bacchus Marsh
with a must win against Ballarat (away) in a fortnight before taking
on Sebastopol in the last game at home.
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The reserves (also needing a win to assist with a finals opportunity)
Club Officers
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Though the boys did not give up, they were unable to cut the Secretary
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Bill Murphy ................. 0411 112 361
Rene
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The netball girls also had a tough day at the office with each of the
teams unfortunately losing except for the B Graders who had a
great 14 goal victory. With the finals only a couple of weeks away,
we still have a couple of teams still in the running to play finals, the
A Reserves are holding onto 6th position and the B graders (with
their great win on the weekend) have given themselves a chance
depending on results over the next couple of weeks. It has been
a long season for these girls who are playing multiple games each
weekend and have continually given their ALL each and every time.
This weekend Bacchus Marsh has a bye so it will give the teams an
opportunity to freshen up prior to the last 2 games.
The Bacchus Marsh Womans Football team played Melton Centrals
on the weekend and after Melton got the jump on them for the
first half of the 1st quarter, the girls quickly realised that they could
match it with their bigger opponents. By half time the girls were
only 8 points down and had some belief however, the wind picked
up allowing Melton to dominate the game with the ball up there
end for much of the third quarter and eventually ran out victors by
The Village are Proud Sponsors of Bacchus
26 points. Best players on the day were K Woodroffe, E Crawford,
A Bertram, C Leyton, A Callow & A Wallis. With 1 game to go, the
Marsh Football and Netball Club
girls take on Jacana (away) next weekend and a win ensures the
girls play finals so please get along and give them your support.

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throughout the club. Chris is a person that has a special gravitation
that just draws and attracts people to him through his charismatic
ways. Chriss support around the club also does not go unnoticed
either in regards to helping out with the U18s, support around and
in the club rooms or the work that he continually puts in with the
Social Club over the years whilst also rocking up week in week out
to train and play football. The Bacchus Marsh Football Netball club
would like to recognise your contribution by saying - THANK YOU
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Central Highlands Football League


Results Round 15
Seniors
Bungaree 9.8 (62) def Buninyong 3.6 (24)
Hepburn 15.15 (105) def Creswick 5.4 (34)
Ballan 9.7 (61) def Beaufort 5.6 (36)
Clunes 14.9 (93) def Dunnstown 8.10 (58)
Learmonth 29.16 (190) def Smythesdale 1.5 (11)
Daylesford 10.12 (72) def Rwood/Chap 6.8 (44)
Springbank 23.17 (155) def Cham/Linton 5.3 (33)
Waubra 12.8 (80) def Newlyn 8.6 (54)
Gordon32.19 (211) def Skipton 5.3 (33)
Reserves
Buninyong 16.5 (101) def Bungaree 7.8 (50)
Creswick 14.12 (96) def Hepburn 2.2 (14)
Beaufort 10.9 (69) def Ballan 6.5 (41)
Dunnstown 15.9 (99) def Clunes 4.6 (30)
Learmonth 32.25 (217) def Smythesdale 0.1 (1)
Daylesford 18.9 (117) def Rwood/Chap 3.3 (21)
Springbank 20.20 (140) def Cham/Linton 1.0 (6)
Waubra 5.4 (34) def Newlyn 3.4 (22)
Gordon 10.15 (75) def Skipton 4.2 (26)
Under 18
Bungaree 15.10 (100) def Buninyong 2.2 (14)
Hepburn 8.12 (60) def Creswick 2.8 (20)
Ballan 12.12 (84) def Beaufort 2.0 (12)
Clunes 20.11 (131) def Dunnstown 3.3 (21)
Learmonth 12.8 (80) def Smythesdale 4.4 (28)
Daylesford 15.9 (99) def Rwood/Chap 3.2 (20)
Springbank 13.12 (90) def Cham/Linton 0.2 (2)
Newlyn 5.14 (44) def Waubra 4.6 (30)
Skipton 15.14 (104) def Gordon 1.0 (6)
Under 15
Buninyong 14.13 (97) def Bungaree 0.2 (2)
Hepburn 9.12 (66) def Creswick 6.3 (39)
Ballan 3.15 (33) def Beaufort 1.3 (9)
Clunes 9.4 (58) def Dunnstown 6.8 (44)
Smythesdale 5.9 (39) def Learmonth 2.3 (15)
Rwood/Chap 6.5 (41) def Daylesford 3.3 (21)
Springbank 11.17 (83) def Cham/Linton 0.1 (1)
Newlyn 7.10 (52) def Waubra 2.2 (14)
Gordon 8.14 (62) def Skipton 0.1 (1)

CHFL top goal kickers

Seniors
Paul McMahon
Steven Nicholson
Luke Mirtschin
Zachary Peoples
Daniel King
Chris McGuigan

Reserves
Billie Leskosek
Bernard Whelan
Mathew MacDonald
Gary Busuttil
Rodney Watts
David McBain

Under 18
Jacob Brown
Connor OKeefe
Austin Bongart
Jack Walter

Springbank............................. 60
Gordon..................................... 60
Bungaree................................. 43
Ballan....................................... 42
Ballan....................................... 41
Gordon..................................... 41
Buninyong.............................. 73
Ballan....................................... 73
Bungaree................................. 45
Gordon..................................... 43
Ballan....................................... 36
Dunnstown............................. 28
Hepburn.................................. 68
Bungaree................................. 41
Ballan....................................... 35
Bungaree..................................31

Ballan Golf Club

Results - Week ending Saturday 1 August


Wednesday - Stableford
Winner - Con Britt 35 points, R/up Chris Tudor 32 points.
NTPs: 12th Chris Tudor. Magpie -14th Chris Tudor.
SaturdayStroke Monthly Medal
A Grade - Medal winner Ian Godkin 70-12-58,
R/up Don Wickson 73-10-63.
B Grade - WinnerRob Brown 84-21-63,
R/up Brian Cran 88-21-67.
NTPs - 7th Rob Brown, 12th Anthony Moore.
Magpies - 1st Shane Harrison, 14th John McLeod.

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Ballan Netball

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Ballan 21 defeated Beaufort


19. Best on court- Shelby Cox.

Round 15 v Beaufort
13&Under B
All the girls contributed and
tried their hardest to win
the ball but it was an evenly
matched game making it difficult for both teams to score.
Best on court - Lilly Kate
Mullane and Renee Vella.
13&Under
Ballan 12 defeated Beaufort
11.
15&Under
What an inspirational game
the under 15 girls had. The
never give up attitude, determination and hard work the
girls have put in all year has
begun to show. Every single
player put their heart and
soul into Saturday and the
nail biting score line made
the win all the more special.

17&Under
Another top effort by the
girls this week. Both the
defensive and attacking
combinations were on song,
gelling well with each other
throughout the court. The
pressure applied by everyone was great, keeping
the opposition to only one
goal in the last quarter. Sam
Trickey was unstoppable
in GA, earning her best on
court. Ballan 46 defeated
Beaufort 13.
C Grade
Ballan again started the
game
strongly,
Simone
Dunne and Bec Treadwell
combining well in defence
to stop the Beaufort goalers.
Beaufort came out strong in
the second quarter which
saw them take the lead at
half time and then increase
it in the third quarter. Ballan however fought back,
Ash Mackay worked hard in
the midcourt and in goals as

did Kayleigh Lord on centre.


Ballan won the last quarter
but were unable to peg back
Beauforts lead. Beaufort 27
defeated Ballan 23. Best on
court Tamara Hodge.
B Grade
The girls were pumped and
ready for a good game. With
the late inclusion of Katelyn
McGregor the girls came out
firing. The midcourt worked
tirelessly with hard drives
onto the ring allowing easy
feeds into the ring. Bianca
played a strong half while
Bec Conroy had hands over
every ball allowing easy intercepts. Mel Conroy again
was outstanding in GD,
she shut down Beauforts A
grade goaler with the assistance of Kylie. Kath was outstanding with beautiful base
line drives with Katelyn and
Jayme. Katelyn, an under 17s
player really stepped it up
for her first game in seniors
with strong rebounds and
feeding. The girls are on the
right path to slip into top
eight.. Ballan 41 defeated

Beaufort 30. Best on court Melissa Conroy.


A Grade
With another strong start to
the game, the Blues never
looked rattled. Again the
goalers were reliable and
strong under the ring. Sam
Peoples has been playing
some excellent netball and
with the assurance of Broden Currie they are a strong
duo. Stacey and Kara Jones
created endless space and
drives providing time for
our goalers to set up. Alex
and Peggy Shellard did their
job with various intercepts
and talking to our defenders. Nicole was exceptional
shutting down Beauforts
goaler and took endless intercepts in crucial moments
of the game. The last quarter
(21-1) demonstrated Ballans
determination to finish the
home and away season off
strong ready for finals. Ballan 53 defeated Beaufort 18.
Best on court - Sam Peoples.

Blues soar up ladder


Ballan Football
Round 15 v Beaufort
The Senior Blues have now
reached the lofty heights of
fifth on the league ladder
with its eighth straight win
and finals action only three
weeks away. On a boggy
track the Blues had an early
lead with Marcus Crook
opening the goal scoring
challenge following a great
mark in the square. The
Crows were not to be underestimated and came back at
the Blues in the second quarter and at the main break the
Blues trailed by a goal. But a
stern reminder by the coaching team as to what was at
stake had the desired result
and from then on the Blues
never looked back. The tight
Blues defence led by Daniel
Nielsen kept the Crows goalless from that point on and
the Blues booted five to seal
the result. The Blues have
two tough matches to finish
off the season with Buninyong away, then Hepburn
at home.
Final Score - Ballan 9 7 61
def Beaufort 5 6 36
Best - S. Campbell, M. Crook,
D. Nielsen, S. Hitchings, L.
Herring Z. Peoples
The Reserves took on the
Beaufort Crows who sit third
on the league ladder. Their
line up had some outstanding experience from the senior ranks and from the start
showed off their talent. In
the first quarter they booted
five goals and held the Blues
goalless. To the Blues credit
they did recover and as

the game progressed they


matched their opponents
goal for goal but the damage
was done in the first quarter and in the end the Blues
went down by four goals .
Leading league goalkicker
Bernie Whelan booted three
goals with David OHanlon
never giving up in the middle, assisted by Sam Sims
doing his best to steady the
ship in defence after the first
quarter onslaught. The Blues
have now slipped to third
position on the ladder.
Final Score : Ballan 6 5 41
lost Beaufort 10 9 69
Best - M. Dunne, D.
OHanlon, S. Sims, S. Mann,
B. Ferguson, D. Hamm,
The Under 18s continue
to grow in confidence and
Saturdays performance was
certainly a good build up
to the finals. The Blues were
tentative in the first quar-

BALLAN PLUMBING

ter and could not goal but


then they got into gear and
booted 12 goals whilst their
opponents only managed 1.
Fyffe was in his element and
the slippery conditions did
not impede his game. Mason
Currie had another good
week and the Blues had
runners on every line. Their
accuracy up forward was
not great but the conditions
were certainly not ideal.
Final Score : Ballan 12 12
84 def Beaufort 2 0 12
Best - K. Swanson, T. Trickey,
L. Snaith, L. Whyte-Marshall, M. Currie, J. Layley
The Under 15s still have
finals aspirations and the
Crows were of a similar intent. It was a slog from the
start and goals were like
gold, rare and incredibly
valuable. Jordan Monaghan,
Jordan Botheras and Kyle
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home the bacon. The Blues


had the bulk of the play and
their 15 points kicked was
in large part a result of the
conditions.
Final Score: Ballan 3 15 33
def Beaufort 1 3 9
Best - J. Botheras, L. Hodge,
L. Hallett, K. Fernande , C.
McLeod, J. Monaghan
The junior Under 12s
opened proceedings and
came up against some very
stiff opposition. The Crows
bigger brigade dominated. A
very good defensive effort by
the crew stemmed the flow
but they had real problems
getting the ball forward.
This weekend they will take
part in the Lightning Premiership at Rokewood.
Final Score - Ballan 0 1 1
lost Beaufort 2 7 19
Best - J Jarvis, M Casey,
J Speakman, J Horan, B
Conroy

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The Moorabool News 4 August, 2015 Page 33

Sulky Snippets
By LEN BAKER

Sweet
milestone for
Sugars

Melton based freelance


driver Greg Sugars chalked
up a milestone at the Geelong meeting held at Tabcorp
Park Melton on Thursday by
driving his 2000th winner.
It came about after Live Or
Die/Heavenly Pocket colt
Paying You Way scored in
the 3-Y-0 Vicbred Pace over
2240 metres.
Taken wide on turning,
Paying Your Way rattled
home to record a five metre
victory in 2-00.6 from Avalon Castle (mid-field) and
Shadow Flag (four wide last
lap) in what was a memorable moment for the popular
reinsman.

Long Forest duo Andy and


Kate Gath landed the Pace
for C1 class over 1690 metres
at Shepparton on Wednesday July 29 with Kiwi bred
Bettors Delight/Honey Rose
Falcon gelding Our Danger
Mouse in a mile rate of 1-57.9.
Leading out from the pole,
Our Danger Mouse led all
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after trailing, with A Special
Dream third after following
the pair.
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third victory in six race
appearances.
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Frank Offer has done a marvellous job with 5-Y-0 Sundon/Littlewhitelies gelding
Uetliberg since the passing
of his father Denis, chalking
up four wins in succession
the latest being the Trotters Handicap forT0 or better class over 2180 metres at
Terang on Wednesday July
29.
Meltons Rod Petroff who

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snared the Pacers Handicap
for C1 or better class over
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fixture held at Tabcorp
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Bill.
Andy and Kate Gath scored
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Don gelding Four Needed
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over 2240 metres at the Geelong meeting.
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bend right off the track before motoring home to register a most impressive half
neck margin over Stormed
Out off a three wide trail last
lap on the back of United
Legacy. The mile rate 1-59.7.
Distribution area winners
on Friday were: Girls Go
First (Bob and Glenn Conroy - Daylesford), Coimadai
Lodge (Graeme Whittle
Coimadai) and Illawong
Moonshine (Jodi Quinlan
Parwan) at Maryborough

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