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Neil Harris with the many bicycles he has repaired and now ready
to ship around the country or overseas. Photo Jessica Howard

Born again bikes
By Kate Taylor “I’d been working for 45 years, as an engineer and as a charities that famous youth advocate Les Twentyman put
construction manager, and for the first three months of Neil onto, sending the bikes to kids overseas as well as in the
It’s a morning so cold that you can see the fog of your breath retirement I was lost. I saw these bikes at the tip one day, and Northern Territory.
before you and still, the chink of a chisel, followed by the soft I thought it’d be a good job to fix them up,” Neil explains. Neil did try to have the bikes distributed locally, but the
thump of a hammer, is coming from Neil Harris’ shed. Since then he’s done about 40 bikes – but, if he has a steady Bacchus Marsh Salvation Army shop isn’t big enough to hold
With a bike laid out in many, many parts before him, the line-up of bikes in need, he can average about five a day if bikes for sale.
day begins - and it will end with Neil going to sleep thinking they’re not trying to give him too much trouble. And some local charities were not willing to help out,
about what colour he might paint his rescue project. “They come to me in all sorts of condition, some have been thinking that Neil was simply going to do the bikes up and
It’s a labour of love, as much as anything, and for Neil, out in the rain and have rusted on chains, and there are really sell them to make money.
it’s also been an incredibly charitable way to spend his good bikes out there, I’ve got one with a rusted-on pedal at But that is far from the truth. So far, in fact, that you’d need
retirement. the moment, I’ll persevere… I’ll get it off, it’s not going to get a bike to ride the distance.
Every day, from 6am to 6pm, Neil is in his shed restoring the better of me.” “I don’t want to make money out of it. The thought, that
bicycles to give to kids who don’t have many good things in It’s not just a rush paint job, either – Neil goes over every they’re going to go to somebody needy, and if I can bring a
their lives. aspect of the bikes, focusing on brakes and chains. smile to somebody’s face it makes me feel real good.

“I remember when I was a young boy, and mum and dad “I give it a pretty good going over, I want to make sure “I love it; I love it.”
couldn’t afford a bicycle, I used to sit on the kerb and watch they’re 100 per cent safe for the kids that are going to get Update - Neil’s’ wife recently put a call out on facebook for
the other kids riding them around…” Neil remembers. them. I believe that if you’re going to do something, you do used bikes to be donated, ending in about 80 bikes appearing.
It all started just three months ago – but Neil wishes he’d it right.” Even if a bike is in bad condition, Neil can still use it for parts
thought of it a long time before. From there, the bikes are distributed among a couple of – if you have one, or more, call wife Jenny on 0481 303 062.

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BALLAN DISTRICT

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no body
By Jessica Howard Crown Prosecutor, Daryl
Brown said in 2012, Mr
The Bacchus Marsh man ac- Foggin delivered a 1979 XD
cused of murdering 47-year- Ford station wagon to Mad-
old Keith Foggin was the dingley Car Care, where he
man’s mechanic for three- made plans to pay Trotter in
years prior to his disappear- instalments while the me-
ance, a court has heard. chanic restored the vehicle
Christopher John Trot- over time.
ter appeared in the Su- In September 2015, Foggin
preme Court of Victoria on returned to the workshop to
Wednesday (June 7), more pick up the vehicle, which
than 20-months after Mr Trotter said was now located Congratulations Edna
Foggin went missing in Sep- at a friend’s house in Jona-
tember 2015. than Drive in Darley. and Happy 100th
Foggin was last seen at Trot- The court heard Mr Fog-
ter’s business, Maddingley gin had planned to drive to We are delighted to be able to
Car Care, at about 10.30am Queensland to live with his congratulate Ballan Hostel resident Edna
on Thursday, September 24. daughter, Cassandra Davies.
His body has still not been “He caught a bus to Bacchus Veitch for the second time this year.
found. Marsh. He was going to see In March, Edna was appointed Queen
Prosecutors allege the ac- the mechanic and pick up
cused killed Mr Foggin after the car, he wasn’t leaving of the Ballan Autumn Festival. Last
an altercation that occurred without the car,” Ms Davies Wednesday, she donned her robes for
at his car workshop. Trotter said.
Keith Foggin (pictured) has not been found since reported has pleaded not guilty to the “Apparently the vehicle was
a second time to celebrate her 100th
missing in September 2015. murder. at a mate’s place. The first birthday.
day the mechanic couldn’t
get hold of the mate because The Ballan Hostel hosted an afternoon
he was working. The second tea in Edna’s honour, which was attended
day it was being dropped
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by members of her family, community
to let dad go out to where the members, hostel residents and Ballan
car was”. District Health & Care staff members.
MONDAYNIGHT Ms Davies said her father
was set up in a camper van, Wayne Weaire, BDHC Chief Executive

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Refugees are a reality
By Jessica Howard

As National Refugee Week
fast approaches, local Bal-
lan residents welcome mi-
grant families with open
arms.
Lloyd Lamb, member of
the Ballan Refugee Realities
group, said the week-long
event raised awareness
about the issues affecting
Nicholas pictured with Minister James Merlino and Dave Hughes.
refugees, and highlighted
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the Ballan Refugee Realities “appreciating what refugee here, it’s peaceful”. easy. cial recipients this year, it was helping his mum until the
group is to see everyone a Ballan woman on the other paramedics came,” she said.
families have been through, Mr Alshamsi spent the last “Before I came to live (in)
come together to make this end of the line. Ms Lee was unable to attend
and also what they can three-years renovating and Gordon, I had no friends
a refugee-friendly town. 10-year-old Nicholas Shalevs- the awards as she is currently
bring to the town”. re-building Gordon Bleu, here and now I have a lot of
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portunity for the number
in early 2000. Australia. alities Group will host unconscious. ceremony.
of refugee families to grow
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Sharing the profits
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issued at $1 each when the Company And the shareholders are not the
It’s the opposite of what banks was formed. only locals to benefit from the first
usually do, but Ballan’s Community “The result is a culmination of a lot dividend.
Bank is giving money away to locals. of hard work and local support from The Company’s remaining profits
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SEX OFFENDER
APPEALS
By Jessica Howard

The masseur who sexually assaulted more than 20
women at a Darley Vitality Centre has won the right
to appeal his convictions, due to the neglect of an
ancient legal precedent.
Ronald Van Dorp was found guilty by jury verdict
on 26 out of 35 indecent assault charges in the
Geelong County Court in September 2015.
However, it has since been alleged that Judge
Felicity Hampel did not adopt the legal practice
known as the right to ‘peremptory challenge’.
In Victoria, during the empanelling of a jury in a
criminal trial, an accused person has the right to
reject up to six potential jurors without giving any
reason.
During this process, potential jurors are drawn
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accused in the dock before entering the jury box.
Van Dorp filed an application for leave to appeal
on the basis that in September 2015, none of the
potential jurors walked past the dock, meaning
they weren’t presented before the accused.
The application was accepted and the 55-year-old,
who is alleged to have sexually assaulted 24 women
aged from 16 to 60, will now appeal against his
conviction for indecent assault matters.
Van Dorp was originally sentenced on all charges
to a maximum prison term of eight years and four
months. He was also classed as a registered sex
offender for a period of eight years.
He will appear in the Melbourne Supreme Court of
Appeal next month.
An alleged victim referred to the news as
“distressing”.
“I was home alone at the time, and if it hadn’t
been for a couple of members of the community, I
probably would not have made it through the day,”
she told The Moorabool News.
“I don’t feel like I am strong enough to have to go
through this again. I am shocked and angry and
frustrated that this is allowed to happen”.
A second alleged victim said she could not believe
that Van Dorp could appeal on such a “small
technicality”.
“It is a technicality that comes from the judge, it is
something that the judge has, or hasn’t, done. This
has the potential to open up a whole can of worms
for a number of other cases, which is very worrying.
“A law has been set but [the judge] doesn’t believe
Van Dorp leaves the court in 2014 and will now appeal his convictions after Judge Felicity Hampel failed to adopt a legal practice in it. It is outrageous”.
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Transparency
on family
violence
Help for kids By Jessica Howard

The lid on the hidden
The report is completed
when family violence inci-
dents, interfamilial-related
family violence – from Vic-
toria Police and the courts –
will be in one place”.

at risk
scourge of family violence sexual offences and child The database responds to
has been lifted following the abuse are reported to police. the Royal Commission’s
release of a new statewide Neighbouring regions, Mel- recommendation 205, which
database. ton and Ballarat had 2,100 called on the Crime Statistics
The Crime Statistics Agen- and 1,812 family violence Agency to “maintain and
By Kate Taylor and in an environment that dren in a creative and timely
cy published the Victorian incidents respectively. develop the Victorian Fam-
will supplement the current manner.
Kids in Moorabool are go- Family Violence Database on The data also shows that a ily Violence Database”, and
centre-based model. “Moorabool Shire has
ing to benefit from an inno- Wednesday (May 31). total of 364 Violence Inter- consider ways to provide
Moorabool Mayor Dave Ed- shown an alarming 19.1 per vention Order applications
vative service with a clever wards said he is very pleased cent increase in family relat- The database includes in- additional data and links be-
formation from July 2011 were made by affected fam- tween information.
name. with the funding announce- ed violence offences over the
to June 2016 from Victoria ily members in Moorabool.
‘VanGo’ will see vans visit ment as the vital therapy last five years. Addressing Ms Neville said in the Vic-
Police, Magistrates’ Court, Minister for Police, Lisa torian Budget 2017/18, the
children caught up in family will benefit Moorabool’s family violence is one of five
Children’s Court, Depart- Neville said the database Andrews Labour Govern-
violence across the shire. most vulnerable children. priorities in the Council’s
ment of Health and Human provides a comprehensive
Moorabool Shire Council “Providing this therapeutic Health and Wellbeing Plan ment delivered $1.91 billion
Services, Department of view of the demand for fam-
will partner with the Wom- care in a centre can be off- and a key issue in the Coun- to implement the recommen-
Justice and Regulation, and ily violence services, with
en’s Resource Information & putting and rigid for many, cil’s Municipal Early Years dations made by the Royal
a significant increase in re-
Support Centre (WRISC) to so these mobile vans really Plan.” Victoria Legal Aid. Commission, and to reform
ported family violence inci-
deliver the new experimen- address this issue,” Mayor The State Government in- Data shows a total of 475 dents, as well as an increase Victoria’s family violence
tal model. Edwards said. vestment in the VanGo ini- family violence incidents oc- in access to support services system to support victim
State Government Fami- The vans will operate in tiative is one of the biggest curred in Moorabool during for victims. survivors and hold perpetra-
lies and Children Minister conjunction with services single investments in Moor- that time. “Historically, family vio- tors to account.
Jenny Mikakos announced for victims of family vio- abool in recent years. The Victoria Police Law lence has been swept under “Only through transpar-
$1.1 million in funding for lence, located at the Darley “We thank and congratu- Enforcement Assistance the rug and hidden from ency and public discussion
the VanGo Model, which has Early Years Hub. late Minister Mikakos and Program defines a family view,” she said. will we create change,” she
been specifically developed Qualified staff who will the State Government for incident “This database is an impor- said.
to meet the needs of rural travel in the vans will pro- recognising the importance as one attended by Victoria tant step forward to make The 2015-16 Victorian Fam-
communities. vide creative arts therapy, of initiatives such as this Police, where a Risk Assess- statistics on family violence ily Violence Database can be
The staff on board the vans and will have the ability to and funding it accordingly,” ment and Risk Management publicly available. It means found at www.crimestatis-
provide therapeutic care, respond to the needs of chil- Cr Edwards said. Report was completed. that all the information on tics.vic.gov.au.

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Council admits rates
By Kate Taylor
overcharge less than his calculation of $14,000, having

It’s taken twenty-two years, but a man
gone back through his rates notices since
2002, which in itself is not as long as the
Council responds:
overcharged a total of $14,000 on his overcharging is thought to have occurred.
rates notice has finally been refunded by CEO Mr Rob Croxford presents Moorabool Council’s response -
The offer also came after Mr Salt had
Moorabool Shire Council. engaged a solicitor to deal with council on 1. Mr Salt contacted council and raised a query in 2003 which saw the area of his land
the issue, as he himself had got nowhere reduced from 13 hectares down to what was then agreed as 8.24 hectares.
And still… it’s not the full amount,
according to Gary Salt’s calculations. with it for so many years. 2. In 2008/09, the area of the land parcel reverted back to 13 hectares due to a council
error. This was not picked up until receipt of the 2016/17 notice at which point Mr Salt
Mr Salt bought his vacant 6.3Ha bush block “It was quite a difficult and long process -
lodged a formal valuation objection.
at Coimadai 22 years ago, with the intention we first told them back in 2002. They never
admitted guilt, up until last week they had 3. Under legislation, Councils have no legal obligation to retrospectively adjust and provide
of building on it; but when council red-tape
said it was my fault.” a refund for prior years, but due to the recognition that this was a council error, council
became too much, he gave up and built in
felt morally obliged to refund the overpayment of rates dating back to the 2008/09
nearby Gisborne instead. The Moorabool News viewed email
financial year when the error occurred.
He did, however, keep the Coimadai block. correspondence between council and Mr
Salt, in which council seeks to rectify the 4. The refund of rates dating back to the year when the error occurred amounts to
Then, one day in 2002, he thought the rates $8,401.31. Mr Salt asserts that Council only offered him a refund of $3,700. This is
were a bit much, so he looked over the long-standing error.
factually incorrect. Once the refund is processed against outstanding rates the net
details of the notice – including the size of “We would like to take this opportunity to
refund to the resident will be $3,721.01.
his property. apologise for the error that has occurred,” the
5. Mr Salt asserts that the actual refund owing to him is in excess of $14,000 and most
council email read.
“It was listed as 13Ha,” Mr Salt said. “But recent correspondence indicates that the refund owing to him exceeds $21,000. Mr
it’s 6.3Ha.” “Your recent valuation objection resulted in Salt’s own calculations are based amongst other things on his displeasure with the
a 47 per cent decrease to the capital improved movements in valuations since 2002 but yet did not lodge a formal valuation objection
It would be the same for all of his rates
value associated with your property.  Based on in any of the intervening years until the current financial year.
notices up until this year – well, almost the
this adjustment, Council has made the same
same. Actually, the only part that was the As a side note, Moorabool Shire’s property valuations are conducted by independent
reduction to the properties valuations back to
same was the overcharging. the 2008/2009 financial year, which is where
property valuers which are then certified by the Valuer General of Victoria as part of the
‘It was listed as 13Ha, and when I current bi-annual valuation process. The annual valuation objection process exists to
Council believes the error dates back to.”
questioned it they put it down to 8.24Ha. allow ratepayers a mechanism to have their rates notice reviewed where they believe that
The issue remains at a $3,700 - $14,000 there are omissions or errors relating to the rate notice. Council strongly encourages all
but then, over the years, it appeared as stalemate.
13Ha again. residents to carefully review their rate notices on an annual basis to ensure the details
More than anything, Mr Salt said it is a contained within the notices are correct. If it is not correct there are established processes
It’s not the only figure that kept bouncing reminder for ratepayers to get out their and timeframes under legislation that exist to rectify the issues.
up and down, either. reading glasses and check the smaller The need to check and review rate notices will become even more critical with the State
“One year it was valued at $116,000 – then figures on the rates notice, including Government’s recent announcement that property valuations will be done on an annual
it went up to $240,000. And then it went property size. basis commencing from 2019.
back down to $151,000, back in 2005.” “If you don’t agree with it, then you should In this case Council took a common-sense decision to provide a refund where it identified
Last week, Mr Salt says council offered him question it - because in this case, it was the an error at its end.
a refund of $3,700 – but that it’s a figure far size of the land that was wrong.”

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL EMPLOYMENT
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 5 July, 2017 in the James Council invites applications for the existing vacancy:
Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 5.00pm. Team Leader Impounded Vehicles
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Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Notice is hereby given that,Applications
pursuant close Friday 2311June
to Schedule 2017. 3 of the Local
Clause
GovernmentAll
Actdetails
1989,available from theShire
the Moorabool website: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au
Council has impounded the following
COMMITTEE MEETING Cars:
The next committee meeting is of the Section 86 Development Assessment Committee, in the 5 Vehicles for Tender: IMPOUNDED VEHICLES
James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, on Wednesday 14 June, Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Schedule 11 Clause 3 of the Local Government Act
commencing at 4.00pm. 1989, the Moorabool Shire Council has impounded the following Cars: 5 Vehicles for Tender:
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.

SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL
Notice is hereby given that a Special Meeting of the Moorabool Shire Council will be held in
the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh on Wednesday 21 June, 2017
commencing at 5.00pm.
The business to be conducted at the meeting is as follows:
1. Consideration of Submissions to the draft Council Plan.
2. Consideration of Submissions to the draft Annual Budget.
3. Any other business admitted by the unanimous resolution of Council.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend.

TREE WORKS ALONG BLAKEVILLE ROAD, BLAKEVILLE
Over the coming four to six weeks, Council contractors will be assessing and pruning trees
along a five kilometre section of Blakeville Road, between Georges Lane and Corcorans Lane.
The works are being undertaken to improve access and egress to the Blakeville community
The vehicles are being offered for tender as a lot only and will be available for inspection
in the event of an emergency and to reduce the risk of fire spread from the roadside. There
on Tuesday 20 June 2017 between 10.00am-10.30am.
may be some disruption to traffic while the works are being carried out. The work is part of
Any
The person
vehiclesinterested
are being inoffered
purchasing the above
for tender as a vehicles
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andinvited
will betoavailable
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addressed to:
inspection on Tuesday 20 June 2017 between 10.00am-10.30am.
your understanding.
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Safety Coordinator
tender addressed
Tender to:
Application-Abandoned Vehicles
PO Box 18 Ballan,Vic 3342
Moorabool Shire Council
Written
Communitytenders should
Health & Safety be submitted by 5.00pm, Friday 23 June 2017.
Coordinator
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Ploughing ahead
for a cause
By Kate Taylor

They do a lot to raise money in the lo-
cal community – but now, The Plough
at Myrniong is doing it for one of their

Court in action
own.
There’s a long story to the upcoming
fundraising event, but in a nutshell,
Nerida van Drunen is an amazing
woman – she’s also the wife of The By Oliver Powell
Plough chef Rudolph, and recently has
battled ovarian cancer as well as also A Brown Hill resident has received a Community
suffering the incredibly debilitating Corrections Order for assaulting his de facto partner, the
Loeys Dietz Syndrome. Bacchus Marsh court heard last Friday.
“Rudolph often picks him (the couple’s Mark Mooney is required to complete 80-hours of
six-year old son) up from school, when
community service within the year for an altercation that
Nerida isn’t up to it, and he brings him
was allegedly sparked when his partner asked for help with
here while he does his work and we
feed him and he’s happy here,” said the chores.
Ruth Mills. On January 7 this year, the 33-year old Mooney told his
And with Ruth’s talent for fundraising, Nerida with her son Hamish. Photo - submitted partner “do it your [her] ****ing self”, and when she called
and owner Mark’s talent in the kitchen, a friend to assist he began to get physical. The court heard
both have combined to open up The and can be made through the online
An Excerpt From Nerida’s Mooney attempted to push her out the door, and later tried
Plough’s marquee for a fundraiser on store at The Ploughs’ website www.th-
eplough.com.au. Favourite Poem: to drag her by her ankles to the door.
Saturday 24 June, from 7pm-11pm.
Tickets are $80 for adults and $20 for Donations can also be offered at the The victim’s friend arrived and convinced her to leave with
“She was a true fighter
children – it includes entertainment, site. her. Mooney is then alleged to have spat in her face and
raffles and auctions, a four-course meal “If you know you can’t fund $80 bucks you could see it in her eyes. called her a “****ing liar”.
for the adults and a main and dessert out of a family budget, but you can af- She was not born strong In court, Mooney perceived the relationship to have been
for the kids, and drinks at bar prices.
ford $20… you can donate any amount unstable for a while, as he was unhappy with his partner’s
“Mark and I sat down and said if we you want, or not. We’d love people to
she was made strong.
were going, well we wouldn’t want to use of the drug ice.
have alcohol included because one has
participate. Every donation we get, She was sculpted to be her own hero Magistrate Gregory Robinson told Mooney that “spitting
to drive home, and also kids can come we’re going to put it up on the website
When the world let her down, on someone is the most humiliating thing you can do to a
because you don’t want the expense to thank each person.”
she kept picking herself up again. person” and “you seem like a danger to your partner”.
of a babysitter, we’re trying to make it All the profits from the fundraiser go
more inclusive.” to the Ovarian Cancer foundation and Mooney was warned by Magistrate Robinson that if he re-
HOW strong?”
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MFB, UFU, CFA – sparks fly
By Kate Taylor pensation part of the bill bring Victoria’s fire services
will relieve firefighters of into the 21st century and
A restructure of Victoria’s the need to prove that they make our state safer for fire-
fire services, which is sup- had contracted cancer in the fighters, and the people of
ported by the United Fire- course of their duties, and it Victoria,” Mr Marshall said
fighters Union but opposed enjoys bi-partisan support
in a media release.
by large numbers of CFA in principle, having been a
volunteers, will now go be- Coalition commitment at the He used the last line of the
fore parliament. last State Election. release to “dismiss” sugges-
The relevant Act must be tions that there would be
Administered through
amended to allow the con- WorkSafe, the new scheme any impact on volunteers or
troversial changes – how- will apply to career and vol- volunteer surge capacity as
ever it has been bundled in unteer firefighters who have ‘scaremongering’ and ‘not
with changes creating com- served as firefighters for the substantiated by any analy-
pensation for firefighters relevant number of years, sis of facts.’
suffering cancer. depending on the cancer A television advertisement
In a media release, Premier type, and have been diag- has been released by the
Daniel Andrews tried to nosed since 1 June 2016. UFU in support of its cam-
quell concerns about put- The Government will also paign –Also, a robophone Planting of 25th Anniversary tree by Christina Hallett. Barbara Manly cutting the ribbon as part of the
ting CFA volunteers under create a dedicated assistance message has been sent to 25th celebration. Photos - submitted
the control of newly devel- Victorians advising, them of

Volunteers keep
fund to support the very
oped Fire Services Victoria small number of people who the CFA volunteers position
boundaries, set to be heavily may not fit the criteria of this against the changes.
backed by the union. scheme. *Editor’s note: The MN was
“The Bill will also establish asked by readers if the ‘restruc-

history alive
Meanwhile, the UFU took
Fire Rescue Victoria and the opportunity to launch ture’ will mean that CFA would
further enshrine the CFA as its campaign in support of have to pay to use the training
a volunteer firefighting or- site being built at land recently
the Andrews Government
ganisation. FRV will be led announced by the state govern-
by a new Fire Rescue Com- moves in relation to fire
ment, near Ballan. We put the By Kate Taylor of the much-awaited day the outside toilet
missioner, and a Strategic services, with Victoria State question to Member for Bun- was opened by the then Mayor Cr. Tom
Advisory Committee will Secretary Peter Marshall inyong Geoff Howard, who told It’s been a labour of love for volunteers Sullivan, followed by a long queue to enter/
be established in legislation gathering professional fire- The MN that this is incorrect over the past 25 years, and thanks to them, inspect the new facility.”
to advise FRV on a range of fighters for the event. and the CFA will not have to the memory of the Blacksmiths of Bacchus
organisational matters,” the Four members of the initial Committee of
“Ultimately, we want to pay to use a site that it will be Marsh is being kept well and truly alive.
release reads. Management attended, with a tree planted
capture this opportunity to managing. A small event was held at the cottage to
“The Bill will enshrine the by Christina Hallett to mark the 25th
commemorate the 25th anniversary of anniversary.
central role of volunteers in volunteers looking after the site.
the CFA, by creating an addi- What Simon says “As the Blacksmith’s Cottage and Forge has
When it comes to the history of the site,
tional responsibility for the the volunteers know it all; Vere Quaile
CFA Board to support the Liberal Member for Western Victoria, Simon Ramsay, been part of the picture of Bacchus Marsh commenced business in 1850 on site,
recruitment, development slammed the government for “seeking to hide its for more than 150 years, sitting on the corner followed by Thomas Manly, Hugh Meikle
and retention of volunteers.” proposed bust-up of the CFA behind proposed measures of Main Street and Gisborne Road, many of
with Hugh Hodgson till 1868. Hugh Meikle
Premier Andrews’ media to compensate firefighters who contract cancer in the our non-local visitors are entranced by its
built the present Forge in 1877, passing the
release also states that the course of their duties.” appearance from the street and wide-eyed
business to Charles Edwards whose family
Bill also proposes to alter the “The Australian Labor Party in Victoria and the when they enter both the Cottage and the
continued the business.
boundary of the Metropoli- Andrews Labor Government in particular have sunk to a Forge,” said Special Committee Member
tan Fire District to include new low by wrapping up their proposed new fire services Betty Charge. The Blacksmith’s forge closed in 1961 but
outer suburban and major restructure in legislation that was meant to compensate “All artefacts are genuine. Little children the cottage remained the home of Charles
regional areas serviced firefighters – both paid and volunteer – who contract love to touch what would have been very Edwards’ eldest daughter, Caroline Simpson,
by the 35 CFA integrated cancer,” Mr Ramsay said. hot and heavy iron tools. Older visitors have until her death in 1974.
stations. “In its desperation to take the resources of both the MFB quite a few ‘I remember’ moments.” Bacchus Marsh Shire purchased the site
“Importantly, the Bill en- and the CFA to create a whole new entity – Fire Services Visitors to the cottage can walk through in 1976; the Cottage was restored and
sures that volunteers at Victoria – thereby placing all paid firefighters under one the past, into the tiny space where life was refurbished by the Bacchus Marsh Historical
the 35 integrated stations management and one enterprise bargaining agreement, enjoyed up until 1974. In the Forge, donated Society in 1979, and presented as a Pioneer
transferring to FRV can the Andrews Government is also effectively handing Cottage and Museum. In May 1992, two trial
books are sold to locals and visitors with the
continue to operate as they over control of the lot to the United Firefighters Union. (general) openings of the Cottage occurred
income helping keep the site viable.
have under the leadership “By control, I mean enormous power over the Special guest Barbara Manly, a direct with great success – over 600 visitors and
of the CFA Chief Officer, by management and operational responsibilities of this
providing additional powers descendant, spoke at the event. $640 in donations.
new service. Volunteers will slowly be marginalised
that the CFA may exercise “The afternoon went very well. Barbara A Committee of Management was founded
and pushed out of previously integrated stations and as
within the Fire Rescue Vic- Manly, as you would expect, spoke very and the Book Barn, in the Forge next door,
the union-controlled Fire Services Victoria extends its
toria fire district.” boundaries, with population growth, the future role of well. Her history of the start-up days of the opened late in 1993, with great success ever
Known as “presumptive the CFA volunteer will become less clear.” site was very interesting. The piece which since, enabling support and upkeep of both
legislation,” the cancer com- attracted the best result was her description the Forge and the Cottage to date.

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WHAT’S ON
The What’s On section is for non-profit community organisations. All
free events submitted will be considered for FREE publication at the
Editors discretion. Advertising of AGMs in this section will only appear
if a paid public notice also appears in the classifieds section, as per the
constitution of Business & Consumer Affairs for incorporated groups.

Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group B3 Community
ADULT EDUCATION For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Ballan & District Community House Enquiries - 1300 660 068. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 2 program – OUT NOW. Bacchus Marsh.
Alanon Support Group - for families of alcoholics.
All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934. Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre at the Uniting Church Hall, Gisborne Road, Bacchus Marsh. Sunday Services 10am with kids program. Fusion Youth 7pm
33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM & Enq - 0421 222 717. every Friday night.  222 Main St, Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries
District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday 9028 2622.
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial
Melton South Community Centre Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535.
Term 2 Program - out now. Bookings and enquiries call 9747 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Family ‘messy’ Church, 4.30pm
8576. Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh) (4th Sunday of month). Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).
Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion. Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes.
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Peter  0428 112 295. Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061.
1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
MEETINGS MARKETS Church of the Living God
Ballan Lions Club Market Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
St Andrews Playgroup Bacchus Marsh of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Next market – Saturday 1 July
(Behind St Andrews Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
First Saturday each month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm.
St Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
Enquiries – 0402 390 080 (Wayne).
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Darley Market Phone 5367 6550 for more details.
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member Saturday 1 July, 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each month at Darley
Our Lady Help of Christians Korobeit
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345 145 (Alan).
Mass every Saturday 6.30pm.
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Ballan Farmers Market
Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. Next Market – Saturday 8 July, 9am-1pm.
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Ballan Playgroup 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park. KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Every Tuesday of school Term. St John’s Anglican Church Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130. Further details – 0429 681 566.
Hall - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421 Bacchus Marsh Life Church
905 558 Tamsin.  CHURCH Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club Anglican Parish of West Moorabool in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels, Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Service Times - Sunday 18 June - St John’s Bungaree, 9am; Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. St John’s Ballan, 9.30am; St James’ Morrisons, 9am.
Ballan Anglers Inc
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
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0400 003 936. Sunday 18 June - Gordon 8.45am; Ballan 10.30am.

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Letters to the Editor
Email: news@themooraboolnews.com.au Upgrade long time coming
Dear Editor, By Kate Taylor
Thought your readers may find this amusing as Margaret
Court is very much in the news at the moment and inspired Thousands of motorists each day are
me to put a few words together. expected to benefit from an upcoming
The Devil wore White
upgrade of the Gisborne Road and
If your God could speak to you, this is what He’d say
Holts Lane interchange in Bacchus
Margaret, your evil words have hurt my flock today; 
Marsh.
You question my creation, the way I made them so
with strength and pride they choose the way to go Minister for Roads Luke Donnellan
With all the balls you have handled, have you ever thought and Member for Buninyong, Geoff
that I have left an opening for you as Mr Court? Howard re-announced the $2.5 million
Ann Hardwick investment made in this year’s state
Ballan budget at an event in Bacchus Marsh
recently.
Dear Editor, The funding comes under the
Pleasingly it is more than seven years since the Woolpack Regional Road Upgrades Program, and
extension that would have desecrated our world famous is designed to reduce congestion and
Avenue of Honour was initially rejected. improve traffic flow.
At the time our council was given alternatives and options Additional lanes will be built at
to reduce truck traffic through our town. the Gisborne Road and Holts Lane
Despite this, and despite further Government rejections of intersection, and a slip lane connecting
the Woolpack desecration, our community remains at the traffic to the Western Freeway
mercy of unnecessary truck through-traffic. Melbourne-bound entry ramp will also
Despite some local truck companies willing to avoid such be constructed to ease congestion along
unsafe practices. Gisborne Road.
“We’re getting on with the job of Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard, Roads and Road Safety Minister, Luke
Despite obvious alternatives for such through-traffic many Donnellan and VicRoads Regional Director, Ewen Nevett.
trucking companies still barge through our town. Safe building the roads that this growing
Photo – Damien Wieland
alternatives exist, and will benefit our community; but are trucking community needs – providing a safer
companies more interested in profits rather than safety? And why and less congested connection from the those using these roads daily. north-south link on the eastern side of
is our council so reluctant to work with VicRoads to enforce safe Western Freeway to the heart of Bacchus town,” Mayor Edwards said.
But there was more to the
routes around our town? They exist! Marsh,” said Minister Donnellan.
announcement, as Mayor Edwards The planning work is expected to be
Why has council not acted on this issue since 2010, despite “We’ve listened to the community and
pointed out. completed by the end of 2018.
repeated community requests? This is an obvious, avoidable we’re making Bacchus Marsh a better
place to live, work, visit and invest in,” Mayor Edwards also noted the $3 Between 6,400 and 6,700 vehicles use
safety and traffic issue. Council will be responsible for both
Mr Howard said. million set aside to undertake an the Gisborne Road interchange at peak
safety and traffic issues as a result. Beyond these incredibly
important questions, another question must be asked: Why Moorabool Mayor Dave Edwards investigation into a proposal for an periods daily.
has council not done anything to reduce unnecessary truck traffic said it’s a significant investment in eastern link road. Construction on the Gisborne Road
through our town for the last seven years? Bacchus Marsh roads and will relieve “A planning study will look at ways and Western Freeway interchange
Damien Strangio congestion in the centre of town and to reduce congestion on Grant Street upgrade is expected to begin later this
Bacchus Marsh create a better quality and safer life for and identify an appropriate route for a year and take 18 months to complete.

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Commanding Mud Brick Home Geelong tops
Ideal For The Large Family growth ladder
Other Greater Geelong
suburbs recording double-
digit price growth over the
year include St Leonards, up
15.6 per cent to a median of
$445,000; Geelong, up 14.9
per cent to $701,000; Belmont,
up 14.7 per cent to $460,000;
and Barwon Heads, up 10.8
per cent to $908,750.
Meanwhile, Castlemaine,
north west of Melbourne,
Joseph Walton recorded the highest annual
President, Reiv growth outside of Geelong.
House prices in the town in-
Melbourne’s buoyant prop- creased 19.1 per cent over the
erty market is boosting the year to March to a median of
median house price of towns $452,500, up from $380,000
47 Bronzewing Road, Lal Lal within commuting distance for the same period last year.
of the city. House prices in the com-
Price: $595,000 - $615,000 The latest REIV data shows muter town of Gisborne
This substantial architectural U shaped home offers Greater Geelong accounted also increased significantly
for almost half of the state’s over the year to a median
thermal advantages from its mud brick construction,
top growth suburbs in the of $691,000 - a 17.3 per cent
while also providing a strong statement from its year to March 30. increase on March 2016
unique appearance both inside and out. Designed with figures.
East Geelong experienced
Victoria’s largest price Strong annual price growth
a central courtyard and providing almost two homes
growth over the year, up just was also recorded in Stawell
under the one roof, this contemporary property would with the median house price
shy of 30 per cent to a me-
be ideal for blended families or generations to reside up 14.4 per cent to $210,000.
dian house price of $575,000
Double-digit increases were
together. With a full host of benefits (including solar), – an increase of more than
also experienced in War-
this 5 acre allotment is just the perfect package for the $100,000 on March 2016
ragul and nearby Drouin, up
figures.
whole family. 12.2 and 11.5 per cent respec-
Significant annual price
tively to median house pric-
growth was also recorded es of $388,000 and $379,500.
in Geelong West with the
Solid annual price growth
median house price increas-
was also recorded in Mor-
ing 19.1 per cent to $585,000 well, up 11.3 per cent to a me-
in March. This was up from dian house price of $170,000;
$491,000 in March last year. Kilmore, up 11.1 per cent to
Hamlyn Heights was an- $368,000 and Heathcote, up
other top performing Gee- 10 per cent to $292,500.
long suburb with house For more information on
prices increasing 17.6 per median house prices by
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Cute Cottage in Bacchus Marsh Central Private Sale The Home that has it All Private Sale
This cute 3 bedroom home is situated Land 2534m2
in an outstanding location in town. Price $395,000 – $420,000 Price $690,000
Are you looking for size for your
Within walking distance to the Village Inspect Saturday 10.30–11.00am growing family? Then don’t look Inspect Saturday 12.00–12.30pm
Shopping Centre, Primary Schools
any further. This one owner home is
and public transport. Well maintained Office 2/137 Main Street, Office 2/137 Main Street,
with internal and external painting. Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
situated on over 2500m2 block of land, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
Recent additions include a new with 18m x 9m Shed and in-ground
roof, a freshened up bathroom and Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828 pool. Contact Kelvin Gaffiero 0481 991 828
ducted heating and a reverse cycle kelvin@lensmith.com.au kelvin@lensmith.com.au
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single carport connected to the home
and car access to the back yard with a
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rural location, yet only 5 minutes Price $749,000 Price $359,000
amenities is this charming 3-bedroom
drive to Bacchus Marsh main street Inspect Saturday 1.15–1.45pm home with immaculate presentation Inspect By appointment
shops, schools & train station. Easy through-out. Set on a large block
access to freeway, 50 minutes to CBD, Office 2/137 Main Street, 1000sqm with 4 car garage. Office 2/137 Main Street,
expansive north facing living areas, Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128 Bacchus Marsh 5367 8128
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4 2 2 3 2 1

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lounges, games/theatre room, study, spacious rumpus/5th bedroom, bedroom with ensuite & WIR. The remaining bedrooms have BIRs.
fully enclosed alfresco. Polished floorboards, R/C double lock up Lounge, kitchen, dining & living areas tastefully decorated. There is
garage, video security system, ducted heating & cooling. ducted heating & split system cooling installed for year round comfort.
INSPECT Saturday 17th June 12.00-12.30pm INSPECT Saturday 17th June 11.00-11.30am
FOR SALE $698,000 FOR SALE $335,000

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FOR SALE 281 Cummings Road, Parwan FOR SALE 6 Simpson Street, Bacchus Marsh
3 1 2 4 2 4

Parwan Landbank Opportunity Central Location & Outstanding Block Size
An excellent opportunity to acquire a large flat corner block of 40 Large family home set on 1690m2 in prime central location. Possibility for
acres, just 5 kilometres from the rapidly expanding town centre of property development, (STCA). Quality built by local builder, this home
Bacchus Marsh with easy access to Melbourne, Geelong & Ballarat. consists of 4 bedrooms with BIRs, family bathroom & ens to main, large
Improvements include 3 bedroom weatherboard home in need of lounge & formal dining room & generous kitchen, meals & family room.
renovation and substantial shedding. Polished floor boards, central heating. 2 dbl carports & workshop incl WC.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT Saturday 17th June 11.00-11.30am
FOR SALE $890,000 FOR SALE $750,000

NEW LISTING
CONTACT Peter Leonard 0429 671 990 CONTACT Denise Sniegowski 0456 044 024
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FOR SALE 2/3a Labilliere Street, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 1 Hogan Court, Bacchus Marsh
3 2 2 4 2 1

Fantastic Townhouse Family Home in a Great Location!
As new 3 bedroom townhouse. Ground floor: Master bedroom with Terrific family home of 4 bedrooms, master with ens & WIR, remaining
WIR & ens, lounge room, family/meals & kitchen, laundry & powder with BIRs, 3 living areas & a family bathroom. Kitchen/meals area with
room & direct garage access. Upstairs: sitting room, 2 bedrooms, wood heater & separate rumpus room with split system a/c, ducted
bathroom. Ducted heating & a R/C Split System on the ground floor heating & cooling. Fully self contained granny flat with a/c. Large
level. Covered & paved outdoor entertaining area behind the garage. covered pergola & landscaped gardens on a block of approx 1300m2.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $419,000 FOR SALE $525,000
CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157 CONTACT Daryl Gould 0409 233 157
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FOR SALE 8 Gunsynd Court, Bacchus Marsh FOR SALE 69 Tramway Lane, Bacchus Marsh
4 2 2 4 2 2

Open Plan Family Home Suburban Hobby Farm!
Spacious family home (approx 24sq) of 4 bedrooms. Quiet court Within 4 km of the Main St, 13 acres, Creek frontage, spacious family
location. Main bedroom has WIR & Ens with corner spa, 3 other home with 3 living areas, & large shed. Master with WIR/dressing
bedrooms have BIRs. Formal lounge & dining rooms. Huge family room & quality blackwood timber vanity in ens. Remaining 3 bdrms all
room is open plan to the kitchen & informal eating area. Ducted have BIRs plus separate study. Split system a/c. Established gardens,
heating and cooling, double garage, storage shed and deck. excellent soil & flat pasture, good fencing, a 12.3 ml license, & orchard.
INSPECT By appointment INSPECT By appointment
FOR SALE $419,000 FOR SALE $925,000
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FOR SALE 518 Myrniong-Korobeit Road, Greendale FOR SALE 1/9 Simone Road, Bacchus Marsh
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• Ideal quiet court location and only minutes into the heart of town. Inspect: Saturday 17th June • Large two bedrooms with built in robes Inspect: Saturday 17th June
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with rear gates & a colour bond approx. 6x4m shed. • Land size approx. 644m2

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Your changing ideas can lead to a period of worthwhile
introspection. Wherever you find yourself - and travel is
highlighted, you are in demand. Don’t postpone business

Stars & Puzzles
related calls.
LEO—July 23-August 22
Your inquisitiveness can lead to important discoveries.
People in high places are taken with your good humour
and efficient manner. Best friends are mainly of the
opposite sex.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
It is important to clear the air quickly over a family mat-
QUICK PUZZLE ✯✯✯✯✯✯
ter. In a community role, your magnetism is inspiring.

★★★★★★★★ Budding relationships may blossom after the weekend.
LIBRA—September 23-October 22
You are in the limelight. This is a good week to make
your pitch to a large audience. Relationships benefit from
★★★★★★★★ frank discussions, so be sure not to rush any of these
sessions.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
ARIES—March 21-April 20
Cultural and recreational activities are spotlighted this
You are invloved in sporting events, either as a spectator week. Creativity flourishes too, but don’t ignore busi-
or participant. Romance thrives on an intellectual level. ness responsibilities. Paperwork may overwhelm you
If making a career choice, accent logic over impulse. after the weekend.
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
Projects are delayed. This is a good week for getting a
head start on long term assignments. Avoid making an- Don’t be shy when it comes to offering your ideas for a
nouncements until plans are finalized. This is a great week community project. Your letter to the editor, for exam-
for friendship. ple, may bring results. Long term relationships are fav-
ourably spotlighted.
GEMINI—May 23-June 21
CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
It is a hectic period at the workplace and this is a good Artistic abilities shine through this week, but be warned
week to prove yourself. An old debt may be repaid to that your artistic temperament may easily flare up before
you by Thursday . A relative or old friend may be willing the weekend. Searches in general pay off, starting Friday.
to sponsor your plans.
CANCER—June 22-July 22 AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
NO. 8999 Music is in the air. The week may find you spending time
Your changing ideas can lead to a period of worthwhile
ACROSS DOWN introspection. Wherever you find yourself - and travel is in a melodic setting. You are quite influential right now,
6. Instrument of torture 1. Anger (6) highlighted, you are in demand. Don’t postpone business and people in authority are interested in your ideas.
(10) 2. Loss of memory (7) related calls.
8. Thought (4) 3. Agreement (6) PISCES—February 20-March 20
9. Adhesive (4) 4. Language (6) LEO—July 23-August 22 Generosity proves an asset and a liability. Travel is high-
10. Cinder (5) 5. Eddy (5) lighted, especially if new destinations are included.
11. Pool (4) 7. Prepared (5) Your inquisitiveness can lead to important discoveries. Ingenious ideas may require one more trip to the drawing
12. Truce (9) 13. Devil (3) People in high places are taken with your good humour board.
16. Adherent (9) 14. Persian (7) and efficient manner. Best friends are mainly of the
20. Smart (4) 15. Acute (5) opposite sex. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
22. Animal (5) 17. Commotion (6) You provide a sense of security to those you love.
23. Scruff (4) 18. Sham (6) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Commonsense is another winning trait. You are frugal,
24. Group (4) 19. Hire (6) It is important to clear the air quickly over a family mat- realistic and practical. Over the past you have drawn the
25. Flower (10) 21. Picked (5) ter. In a community role, your magnetism is inspiring. blueprint for a career or family related project. Your plans
Budding relationships may blossom after the weekend. may come into fruition soon.
CRYPTIC PUZZLE LIBRA—September 23-October 22
ACROSS You are in the limelight. This is a good week to make
6. I agree it’s the tree Ray transplanted some time ago your pitch to a large audience. Relationships benefit from

SUDOKU
(10). 8. Returned to take up residence and that’s bad frank discussions, so be sure not to rush any of these
(4). 9. Head of vegetable department! (4). 10. Seizes sessions.
the luggage (5). 11. Draw the said building (4). 12.The
Scotsman shot in dishevelled, in a coat (9). 16. Specu- SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
lates as the duck takes to the air (9). 20. Might you eat
it? (4). 22. Chose for the workman (5). 23. Hard on the
many not keen (4). 24. It’s no good being embarrassed
NUMBER GAME
Cultural and recreational activities are spotlighted this
week. Creativity flourishes too, but don’t ignore busi-
(4). 25. Bank charge? (7,3). ness responsibilities. Paperwork may overwhelm you
after theANSWER
weekend. BELOW
DOWN
1. City the dope took the girl to (6). 2. Will he take one’s SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
place queuing? (5-2). 3. With the lights on, is smart (6).
4. Slack again, don’t notice (6). 5. The new fellow re- Don’t be shy when it comes to offering your ideas for a
paired hers (5). 7. Dash! I’m to be up before sun-up! (5). community project. Your letter to the editor, for exam-
13. Haven’t paid, the letter said (3). 14. It’s awful ac- ple, may bring results. Long term relationships are fav-
commodating the criminal in the hamlet (7). 15. The fel- ourably spotlighted.
low locked me up inside, the devil! (5). 17. Stolen drug CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
found in a dish (6). 18. Decree there should be a new
road in (6). 19. One of the two will draw up beside the Artistic abilities shine through this week, but be warned
woman (6). 21. Benches in the civil service office? (5). that your artistic temperament may easily flare up before
the weekend. Searches in general pay off, starting Friday.
AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8998
Forms.
em-on. 17, Hot-pot. 18, Ordain (anag.). 19, Eit-her. 21, Music is in the air. The week may find you spending time
5, F-resh. 7, M’I-nus. 13, Owe (O). 14, Vil-lag-e. 15, D- in a melodic setting. You are quite influential right now,
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Down - 1, Gen-Eva. 2, Stand-in. 3, Bright. 4, Re-miss. and people in authority are interested in your ideas.
Across - 1, Home secretary. 8, Minor. 9, Partial. 10,
Lionel. 11, Merino. 12, Skate. 14, Order. 18, Latent. 20,
22, Op-Ted. 23, Lot-H. 24, Poor. 25, Mooring fee. PISCES—February 20-March 20
Aspect. 23, Achieve. 24, Rogue. 25, Express regret. Generosity proves an asset and a liability. Travel is high-
11, Haul (hall). 12, Mac-intosh. 16, The-O-rises. 20, Beef.
Down - 1, Humble. 2, Mango. 3, Serpent. 4, Cope. 5,
Across - 6, Yes-teryear. 8, Evil (rev.). 9, Bean. 10, Grips.
lighted, especially if new destinations are included.
Eerie. 6, Asinine. 7, Yellow. 13, Ketchup. 15, Reserve.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS Ingenious ideas may require one more trip to the drawing
16, Please. 17, Street. 19, Niece. 21, Eager. 22, Less. board.
roar. 18, Pseudo. 19, Employ. 21, Chose.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS
Swirl. 7, Ready. 13, Imp. 14, Iranian. 15, Sharp. 17, Up- BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Across - 1, Begging letter. 8, Are-na (rev.). 9, Per-H-
Down - 1, Choler. 2, Amnesia. 3, Assent. 4, Arabic. 5, You provide a sense of security to those you love.
aps. 10, Static. 11, A-sh-O-re. 12, As-pen. 14, Ash-E-N.
Horse. 23, Nape. 24, Trio. 25, Snapdragon. Commonsense is another winning trait. You are frugal,
18, P-I’ll-ar. 20, S-Al-oon. 23, Co-mical. 24, Incur (anag.). realistic and practical. Over the past you have drawn the
25, Deny the charge.
11, Lido. 12, Armistice. 16, Supporter. 20, Chic. 22,
blueprint for a career or family related project. Your plans
Down - 1, Bra-I-se. 2, G-reta. 3, Imagin-E. 4, (lon)G-
Across - 6, Thumbscrew. 8, Idea. 9, Glue. 10, Ember.
may come into fruition soon.
ape. 5, Earns. 6, Tea rose. 7, Rushes. 13, Sol-omon.
QUICK SOLUTIONS
15, S-pan-is-h . 16, Spa-ceD. 17, Entree . 19, A-s-c-ot.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 8999
21, OC-cur. 22, Blue.
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Rainfall Report Benalla Cross Country Open Day Results 2017

Boys U6 500m
May 2017 rainfall 29.3 millimetres Dart Braxton 3.20 5th
Total for the year 2017 261.5 millimetres
Boys U7 1000m
May 2016 rainfall 66.2 millimetres Mai Nicholas 4.46 4th
Total at same time last year 188.6 millimetres
Boys U8 1000m
Dart Phoenix 4.59 9th

Girls U8 1000m
Burton Sarah 4.32 2nd

Boys U10 1500m
Pykes Creek Reservoir Burton James 7.57 6th

The dam and reservoir are located on a tributary Girls U10 1500m
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Pykes Creek Reservoir at 31 May 2017 81%
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Ballarat Football/Netball League
Ballarat Football/Netball League Central Highlands Football League
Results – Round 7
Results – Round 7 Results – Round 9
Club A B C D 19&U Seniors
Darley 47 20 31 15 34

CHFL
Lake Wendouree 59 76 24 54 34 Buninyong 18.10  (118) def Creswick 8.2  (50)
Melton South 45 27 18 30 40

BFL Ladder
East Point 56 49 36 38 32 Gordon 22.19  (151) def C’ham/Linton 9.5  (59)
Nth Ballarat City 43 54 26 20 37
Bungaree 12.17  (89) def Clunes 6.6  (42)

Ladder
Bacchus Marsh 42 41 41 48 26
Seniors Redan 42 40 32 24 60
Learmonth 14.7  (91) def Newlyn 7.9  (51)
Sunbury 42 49 36 33 24
Team % PTS Sebastopol 51 54 25 36 18
1 Lake Wendouree...... 153.14 28 Melton 27 37 41 37 49
Beaufort 10.15  (75) def Waubra 8.6  (54)
2 Darley........................176.23 24 Dunnstown 11.7  (73) def R’wood/C’hap 9.6  (60)
3 Bacchus Marsh.........152.28 24 Seniors
4 Melton South..............89.29 20
5 Sunbury....................116.30 16
Ballarat Football League Ballan 20.15  (135) def Skipton 2.1  (13) Team % PTS
Hepburn 14.13  (97) def Springbank 5.5  (35) 1   Springbank................200.57  32
6 Redan........................ 107.27 16 Results – Round 7 2   Learmonth................ 205.39  28
7 Melton........................83.36 16 Reserves
Seniors 3   Bungaree..................180.50  28
8 Ballarat.......................84.92 14
Bacchus Marsh 15.15 (105) def North Ballarat City 11.10 (76) Buninyong 14.6  (90) def Creswick 3.4  (22) 4   Beaufort.................... 167.49  28
9 East Point...................79.65 10
10 North Ballarat City......82.36 8 Lake Wendouree 12.12 (84) def Darley 9.17 (71) 5   Waubra...................... 163.17  28
Gordon 12.10  (82) def C’ham/Linton 6.7  (43)
11 Sebastopol..................42.52 4 6   Hepburn ...................156.61  28
East Point 21.12 (138) def Melton South 14.14 (98) Bungaree 20.10  (130) def Clunes 2.2  (14) 7   Gordon......................195.51  24
Reserves Sunbury 13.5 (83) def Redan 7.12 (54) 8   Buninyong.................162.00  24
1 Darley........................ 241.02 28 Daylesford 10.6  (66) def Smythesdale 10.4  (64)
Melton 15.12 (102) def Sebastopol 4.16 (40) 9   Daylesford.................105.51  24
2 Melton South.............164.03 24 Newlyn 10.7  (67) def Learmonth 8.6  (54)
3 Lake Wendouree...... 157.42 24 10  Newlyn .....................92.90   16
Reserves
4 East Point..................165.45 20 Waubra 11.4  (70) def Beaufort 4.5  (29) 11  Creswick....................69.87   12
5 Sunbury.................... 111.31 20 East Point 15.7 (97) def Melton South 11.15 (81) 12  Ballan........................ 61.93   12
Dunnstown 10.3  (63) def R’wood/C’hap 7.10  (52)
6 Redan.........................89.30 16 Sunbury 10.7 (67) def Redan 5.3 (33) 13  Clunes.......................60.40   12
7 Bacchus Marsh.........123.85 12 Sebastopol 7.15 (57) def Melton 8.9 (57) Ballan 24.14  (158) def Skipton 0.2  (2) 14  C’ham/Linton.............45.07   12
8 Melton.........................67.15 10 Hepburn 11.13  (79) def Springbank 6.2  (38) 15  R’wood/C’hap.............69.65   8
Bacchus Marsh 21.21 (147) def North Ballarat City 5.3 (33)
9 Sebastopol................. 40.15 10 16  Dunnstown.................. 45.18   4
10 Ballarat........................73.93 8 Darley 18.7 (115) def Lake Wendouree 2.8 (20)
Under 18 17  Skipton........................22.29   4
11 North Ballarat City...... 27.69 4
Under 18.5s Buninyong 12.6  (78) def Creswick 6.2  (38) 18  Smythesdale................0.00    0
Under 18.5s Bacchus Marsh 11.13 (79) def North Ballarat City 5.5 (35)
1 Bacchus Marsh.........240.64 24 Clunes 19.7  (121) def Bungaree 4.6  (30)
Lake Wendouree 13.9 (87) def Darley 3.2 (20) Reserves
2 East Point..................231.42 24 Learmonth 5.15  (45) def Newlyn 5.8  (38) 1   Learmonth.................270.82  32
3 Lake Wendouree...... 182.14 20 East Point 18.12 (120) def Melton South 10.5 (65)
4 Redan........................ 178.11 20 Beaufort 10.15  (75) def Waubra 3.4  (22) 2   Waubra...................... 211.35  32
Redan 13.14 (92) def Sunbury 3.3 (21) 3   Buninyong.................201.27  32
5 North Ballarat City....165.62 20 Dunnstown 16.5  (101) def R’wood/C’hap 2.3  (15)
6 Melton South.............106.69 20 Melton 27.16 (178) def Sebastopol 1.3 (9) 4   Hepburn.................... 141.86  28
7 Ballarat.................. 83.01 16 Ballan 10.7  (67) def Skipton 5.2  (32) 5   Creswick ..................142.99  24
8 Melton....................... 144.13 12 6   Beaufort ...................132.80  20
Hepburn 10.12  (72) def Springbank 1.9  (15)
9 Sunbury.......................57.96 8
10 Darley..........................52.76 8
BFL Top Goal Kickers 7   Daylesford ................126.52  20
Under 15 8   Bungaree..................123.08  20
11 Sebastopol...................6.22 4 Seniors 9   Smythesdale.............103.54  20
Brendan Fevola Melton South ......................... 31 Buninyong 18.14  (122) def Creswick 1.2  (8) 10  Dunnstown...............122.97  16
AFL Goldfields Jarrah Maksymow Bacchus Marsh ..................... 26
Clunes 20.19  (139) def Bungaree 2.0  (12) 11  Newlyn.....................118.36  16
Kyle Docherty Darley ..................................... 19
Womens Harley Inglis Darley ..................................... 19 Learmonth 12.8  (80) def Newlyn 3.2  (20) 12  R’wood/C’hap..........101.82  16
13  Springbank................89.03   14
Brian Graham Darley ..................................... 16
Ladder Beaufort 11.13  (79) def Waubra   4.4  (28) 14  Gordon......................59.69   12
Team % PTS Reserves Dunnstown 15.9  (99) def R’wood/C’hap 3.2  (20) 15  Ballan........................84.03   10
Division 1 Aaron Speak Darley .................................... 27 16  Clunes.........................79.34   8
Hepburn 4.9  (33) def Springbank 2.6  (18)
1 Nth Geelong. 10 3500.00 16 Ross Gundry Darley .................................... 13 17  C’ham/Linton...............44.94   4
2 Redan........................198.06 12 Dane Grenfell Darley .................................... 12 Gordon  9.8  (62) def C’ham/Linton 7.1  (43) 18  Skipton ........................6.59    0
3 Sunbury.........133 145.86 12 Daylesford 11.14  (80) def Smythesdale 1.3  (9)
4 Ballarat Swans.............55.92 4 Under 18
Under 18.5s
5 East Point Dragons......44.34 4 1   Hepburn...................1342.47 36
Aaron Clarke Melton South ....................... 27
6 Melton Centrals............5.92 0
Jack Lalor Bacchus Marsh ...................... 15 2   Ballan........................160.29  32
Division 2 3   Creswick...................251.09  28
1 Carisbrook................656.52 16 4   Skipton......................191.09  28
2 Drysdale Hawks.......490.74 16 5   Buninyong.................169.46  28
3 Gisborne......................117.95 8 6   Springbank............... 306.02  24
4 Bacchus Marsh........... 36.26 4
7   Newlyn......................232.21  24
5 Redan Gold...................1.88 4 Central Highlands Netball League
Ballarat Youth Girls
Central Highlands Netball League 8   Learmonth................. 127.08  24
9   Beaufort.....................84.77   20
Results – Round 9
1 Laker....................... 2465.00 24 Results – Round 9
10  Clunes.......................61.08   16
2 Ararat Storm............ 638.36 20 Club 13&U 15&U 17&U C B A 11  Dunnstown................60.83   12
3 Ballarat Swans..........616.47 20 Ballan 20 19 13 28 20 64 12  Waubra......................48.77   12
4 Carisbrook Lions......136.72 12 Skipton 5 16 28 25 17 31
13  R’wood/C’hap...........26.78   12
5 North Ballarat City....123.50 12 Beaufort 19 29 30 31 31 61
6 Creswick......................21.63 8 Ballan Golf Club Waubra 17 5 22 39 31 34 14 C’ham/Linton.............. 26.12   12
15  Bungaree....................30.50   8
7 East Point Dragons.......2.38 0 Bungaree 17 38 35 71 34 53
8 Redan............................0.80 0 Results – Week ending Saturday 10 June Clunes 9 16 14 20 24 53 16  Smythesdale .............. 17.23   4
Buninyong 42 41 31 39 29 50 17  Gordon ........................0.00    0
Riddell Youth Girls Wednesday Stableford Creswick 6 22 26 0 33 31
1 Gisborne Blue .........1508.82 24 Winner Kevin Lockman 37 points, Daylesford 6 39 24 43 - - Under 15
2 Melton Centrals....... 556.67 20 Smythesdale 8 8 31 19 - -
3 Sunbury Kangaroos.150.72 16 R/up Barry Sims 35 points. 1   Buninyong.................774.78  36
Dunnstown 48 22 10 31 32 56
4 Darley Devils.............130.08 12 Magpie - 14th Hugh Miller. Rokewood 0 13 17 40 19 29 2   Gordon ......................341.11  32
5 Gisborne White..........64.40 12 Gordon 22 32 40 40 36 58 3   Hepburn....................306.47  32
6 Bacchus Marsh............21.95 8 Carngham 32 15 21 25 32 29 4   Springbank................241.36  28
Saturday Stableford Newlyn 15 12 21 26 25 20
7 Diggers Rest Burras..... 1.47 4 5   Clunes.......................232.82  28
A Grade - winner Peter Di Fiore (14) 39 points, Learmonth 13 20 31 40 28 53 6   Learmonth.................242.92  24
Ballarat U/13 Junior Girls Springbank 9 21 13 32 53 85
R/up Bob Hughes (13) 38 points. 7   Skipton.......................112.17  20
1 North Ballarat City......437.50 8 Hepburn 30 45 35 25 34 38
2 Redan..........................313.64 8 B Grade - winner on the day Andrew Germon (31) 43 points, 8   Dunnstown................. 67.97   20
3 East Point Dragons.....446.15 4 R/up Victor Buttigieg (23) 31 points. 9   C’ham/Linton.............136.53  16
4 Lakers......................... 211.43 4 NTPs - 2nd Michael Di Fiore, 12th Andrew Moore, CHFL Top Goal Kickers 10  Newlyn..................... 114.36  16
5 Ballarat Swans.............36.59 4 15th Paul Rogers. 11  Daylesford ................92.78   16
6 Carisbrook....................0.00 4 Seniors 12  Creswick...................75.91   16
7 Redan Gold..................20.00 0 Magpies - 14th Peter Di Fiore, 18th Michael Di Fiore.
Matthew Bond Learmonth ........................... 36 13  Beaufort.................... 32.12   12
Balls 5, Cut-off 32 points: Peter Di Fiore, Andrew Germon, 14  Waubra......................29.96   12
Riddell U/13 Junior Girls Thomas Eltringham Springbank .......................... 32
1 Bacchus Marsh...........257.69 8 Bob Hughes, Chris Tudor, Shaun O’Dea. 15  Smythesdale...............21.27   8
Ashley Munari Gordon ................................... 25
2 Melton Centrals..........393.55 4 16  Bungaree....................27.06   4
Juniors Competition Steven Nicholson Gordon ................................... 24
3 Darley Devils...............354.76 4 17  R’wood/C’hap.............10.76   4
4 Melton JFNC.................2.45 0 Winner Sam Myers 87 (31), R/up Kody McGregor Joel Mirtschin Bungaree ............................... 21
18  Ballan...........................0.00    0
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Blues play whilst coach is away Darley v Lake Wendouree – Saturday 10th June Photos by Tim Saltry
the game progressed. Justin game progressed.
Fenwick put on a show for Final Score - Ballan.  1.   0.   6
all his new brood.  A good lost  Skipton.  5.    0.  30. 
result that could be the start Recreation Reserve Play-
of a string of wins.
ground Raffle Results - Fire-
Final Score :  Ballan. 24. 14. wood. (Magnificent effort
Round 9 v Skipton 158.  def Skipton.  0. 2.   2.  raising over $2500).
Best - B Whelan, D Winner – Helen Tatchell.
Football O’Hanlon, L Snaith, J Law-
ley, J Byrnes, J Fenwick.
Seniors
Last year the Under 18s
Netball
The Blues took on Skipton at A Grade – It was a percent-
home in ideal conditions and were knocked out in the
age boosting win against
Graham was in his element semi-finals by Skipton and Skipton for the girls, making
from the start with a feed- that certainly played on the it two wins in a row. Richelle
ing frenzy up forward. From boys’ minds. Skipton were Morgan and Megon Fenwick
the first bounce the Blues above the Blues on the lad- both played their first game
were in complete control der but that mattered little in the A Grade side and had
and the way they teamed to the Blues on field. For the a positive impact on the
together was very polished. first quarter the Emus man- game.
Wilkinson kept the backline aged to constrain their op- Final score – Ballan 63 def
focused and his brother cer- ponents with close checking Skipton 34.
tainly threw himself at the but after that the floodgates B Grade – After a disap-
play. The crew welcomed opened and away the Blues pointing loss last week to
back Sam Sher and he was at went. Lachlan Conlan cre- Rokewood, the girls made
his creative best at the centre ated plenty of the centre play amends winning by just
contests. All did their bit and and Alister Hine was on three goals against Skipton
it was not till late in the final fire on the wing. Campbell this week. Sam McKay and
quarter when the Blues let Sparrow out muscled his Tamara Hodge combined
their opponents score, the opponent up forward and well to convert goals for a
result of an untidy skirmish. the die was set by half time. full four quarter effort. The
A good win but Creswick girls made the most of every
Final Score - Ballan  20 15.
will be a real test next week. opportunity in the last quar-
135 def Skipton  2.  1.  13. 
Final Score - Ballan 10.  7   67 ter to take the win at the fi-
Best -  J Graham, S Sher, nal whistle.
B Thomas, A Bongart, J def Skipton 5. 2.    32. 
Final score – Ballan 20 def
Wilkinson, A Kuzman. Best - L Conlan, D Bullus,
Skipton 17.
The Reserves went one bet- L Currie Jones, E Shaw, I
C Grade – It was an entire
ter than the Seniors and did Nesbit.
team effort for the girls to
not allow their opponents As the fog lifted, the Under record their first win of the
to score a goal. Watts and 12s took on a strong Emus season. Co-captains Jo Raf-
Bernie Whelan treated their line up and the opposition faele and Ash McPhee were
opponents with contempt managed to boot a couple of an influential presence on
and bagged 16 goals between quick goals that unsettled the court, encouraging, sup-
them. David O’Hanlon was the Blues. In the second half porting and directing the
on fire and birthday celebra- the juniors came back with team to record a three goal
tions only helped him along. a goal but the Emus had margin over Skipton.
Saucy made a few errors at already set the bench mark Final score – Ballan 28 def
the start but made up for it as and they built on that as the Skipton 25.

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MITSUBISHI

NOW ON UP TO
00
3

$2,0
LANCER ES SPORT2 `

ASX LS 2WD CVT AUTO `

$20,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1
PLUS $25,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1
PLUS
• BLUETOOTH® CONNECTIVITY • BLUETOOTH® CONNECTIVITY
& AUDIO STREAMING
• TOUCH SCREEN
$1,000
$1 3 & AUDIO STREAMING
• 18” ALLOY WHEELS
$1,000
$1 3

DIGITAL AUDIO • REVERSING CAMERA
• REVERSING CAMERA • TOUCH SCREEN
• LED DAYTIME DIGITAL AUDIO
RUNNING LAMPS • 7 AIRBAGS
• CLIMATE CONTROL

` `

OUTLANDER LS 2WD CVT AUTO PAJERO SPORT GLX AUTO
PLUS PLUS
$29,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1 $47,500 DRIVE
AWAY 1

• 7 SEATS
• SMARTPHONE LINK
$1,000
$1 3
• 3.1 TONNE TOWING
• 8 SPEED AUTOMATIC
$1,500
$1 3

DISPLAY AUDIO SDA TRANSMISSION
• DUAL ZONE CLIMATE • SUPER SELECT II 4WD
CONTROL • SMARTPHONE LINK
• REVERSING CAMERA DISPLAY AUDIO SDA
• REVERSING CAMERA

` `

TRITON GLX+ 4X4 DIESEL TRITON GLS SPORTS EDITION 4X4
DOUBLE CAB – PICK UP 4 PLUS DIESEL DOUBLE CAB – PICK UP5 WITH
$34,990 DRIVE
AWAY 1
$1,000
$1 3
• BLACK NUDGE BAR
• BLACK 17” ALLOY WHEELS
• BLACK SPORTS BAR $2,000
$2 000
2, 0 3

• TOUCH SCREEN AUDIO
• BLACK FENDERS
• 7 AIRBAGS
• BLACK SIDE STEPS
• 16” ALLOY WHEELS
• TOWBAR AND TOWBALL
• REVERSING CAMERA
• REAR DIFF LOCK
• SIDE STEPS
• SOFT TONNEAU COVER
• REAR STEP BUMPER
• TUB LINER

THE TIME OF YOUR
LIFE STARTS NOW
KINGS CARS  BALLARAT MITSUBISHI
345 LEARMONTH RD WENDOUREE | 5338 4000 | KINGSCARSMITSUBISHI.COM.AU | LMCT9931

While stocks last. Mitsubishi reserves the right to extend or modify these offers. See dealership for terms and conditions. Offers available on new vehicles purchased between 1 MAY and 30 JUNE 2017. Private buyers & ABN holders only. 1. Recommended DRIVE AWAY selling price, including 12months’ registration, CTP insurance,
Stamp Duty & Dealer Delivery. 2. 17MY Lancer ES Sport manual transmission. 3. EFTPOS Card Offer redeemed at point of purchase. Or the relevant value of the EFTPOS Card can be substituted for a reduction from the advertised drive away price. If selected, allow 6 weeks for EFTPOS Card delivery. 4. 17MY GLX+ Double
Cab-Pick Up manual. 5. Limited stock. While stocks last. †NEW VEHICLE WARRANTY: 5 years or 100,000km (whichever occurs first). Service conditions apply. ^CAPPED PRICE SERVICING: 3 years or 45,000km (whichever occurs first). Covers all items specified under the standard “Regular Service Table” for normal operating
conditions detailed in the Periodic Inspection and Maintenance Schedule on the Mitsubishi Motors website. Additional service/repair items (if required) are at additional cost. *ROADSIDE ASSIST (Service conditions apply). For purchase of new Mitsubishi vehicles, your initial 12-month roadside assist will be extended for a period of
12 months from the date of the most recent eligible Capped Price Service for that vehicle performed at an authorised Mitsubishi dealer. Roadside assist, if extended in accordance with these items, is available for a maximum of up to 4 years. Conditions apply. See mitsubishi-motors.com.au for further information.
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TOYOTA MEANS NOW
BUSINESS ON!
HILUX 4X4 SR5 RAV4 GX 2WD CVT
WITH TRD SPORTS PACK %

FROM
$58,990 drive [A3]
away $32,990 drive [A1]
away
+ upgrade to AWD PETROL
for only $1000

COROLLA ASCENT SPORT CVT

$23,990 drive [A]
away

CAMRY ALTISE PETROL

$26,990 drive [A2]
away +0 % COMPARISON
RATEˆ

Melton Toyota
143-147 High Street,
Melton
T 03 8746 0300
LMCT 1976

meltontoyota.com.au

[A] Recommended drive away pricing is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles produced January 2017 to June 2017 and purchased by 30/06/2017 unless offer extended. [A1]Recommended drive away pricing includes
metallic paint and is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles produced January 2017 to June 2017 and purchased by 30/06/2017 unless offer extended. [A2]Recommended drive away pricing includes metallic paint and
is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on vehicles produced October 2016 to June 2017 and purchased by 30/06/2017 unless offer extended. ^0% comparison rate available to approved personal applicants and a 0% annual
percentage rate is available to approved business applicants of Toyota Finance to finance eligible new and demonstrator Camry Petrol and Aurion vehicles. Excludes Camry Hybrid. Offer not available to government, fleet or rental buyers. Finance applications must be received and approved between 01/05/2017 and
30/06/2017. Maximum finance term of 48 months applies. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. Toyota Finance reserves the right to change, extend or withdraw an offer at any time. Comparison rate based on a 5 year secured consumer fixed rate loan of $30,000. WARNING: This comparison rate is true only for
the examples given and may not include all fees and charges. Different terms, fees or other loan amounts might result in a different comparison rate. Toyota Finance is a division of Toyota Finance Australia Limited ABN 48 002 435 181, AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 392536. [A3] Recommended drive away pricing
is applicable for Private, Bronze and Silver fleet customers, and primary producers only at participating dealers. Offer available on manual vehicles produced March 2017 to June 2017 and purchased by 30/06/2017 unless offer extended. %The HiLux TRD Sports Pack Accessories and all Toyota Genuine Accessories
purchased and fitted to a Toyota are warranted for the remainder of the New Vehicle Warranty or 12 months, whichever is greater. The HiLux TRD Sports Pack Accessories and Toyota Genuine Accessories purchased from an authorised Toyota Dealer over the counter are warranted from the date of purchase for one
year. Conditions apply. These warranties do not limit and may not necessarily exceed your rights under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
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stables THE HOTTEST VENUE IN THE WEST! MARQUEE
~ IT CAN BE ANYTHING
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and are the perfect venue for your event. to have a personality of its own.
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A visit to The Plough @ Myrniong will confirm that these gorgeous
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YOU ARE ONLY LIMITED BY YOUR IMAGINATION

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17 Main St, Myrniong

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